Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
April 20, 1972
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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M the relatively new Sequoia berries I
On a California variety. The'
EconomyAn four growers are Morris Carter I
l I.. M. Buddy) Norman:
:? e ") "1 L. IV Grlffls, and Charlie' Mos-
\_ ley who have a total of 40
.' Invitation baa been extended the acres Sequlous between them.

? : ,: Committee of 100 of the Greater Jacksonville Carter says he picked more
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I ; Chamber of Commerce to meet berries this year on his 17
acres and the price has averaged -
with the Starke-Bradford Chamber to better than last year.

discuss working; together to improve eco- ,A grower and shipper Carter -
says he has made expenses -
nomlo development' on a regional basis. this year and will make

The Invitation, extended upon big, but the local chamber did money on his berries."I .
+ a request by Leonard L. Mos- not meet with them last year. 'hope to pick two or three :
by Jr., chairman of the Jax Mosby's letter to the Bradford more weeks. We expect to make I
Chamber's Area Development more money OIls year than
YI Team, is for a May,,4 or June chamber states;,' "' ,-, ."- -.-- .- .... !
Y 8 meeting with the Bradford' "In' recent"yea'r"we I Rave
Tour Inches.of; rain three
.... Chamber's Board of Gover been trying to become better 'weeks 'ago' Is .what killed the "
nors. The Jacksonville group acquainted with our neighbor market for Bradford berries:
annually requests such a meet' through such visits. By work- this year Carter says. .Markets -
j Ing together, 1972 could bo a\ which ho had been selling
I It'. back breaking work but the berries are beautiful on the Morris Carter farm on SR225. significant year In the economic went to California or Louisiana -
development of Northeast for berries when Carterwas
Florida. unable to supply them

"There are federal funds "To sell the big chains you
M being made available on a regional
must promise quantity, be ableto
basis toarcas: throughout deliver It, and quote a firm
Grilling Discountsfi' L' the country,for programs rang price" Carter says. He Is
(; Virtually ing from health to comprehendSee ,
: selling now to anybod, that
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Intensive grilling' of a 27. Chief Deputy Sheriff Dolph Red Deputy Reddish that he actually of the body of the missing Val When (lie fruit regained lu qua
year-old accused/ murderer dish DeGregory has failed In committed the three mur- erie."There's. lity after the rain, which' rot-
from, Ormond Beach and I Ids the past five week to con- ders. Fatal ToFarmer ted the first big crop and made
vUit to the Keystone Heights vince representative of the But DeGregory has sketchilydescribed always" that outside some berries unfit for shipping,
area Wednesday, to where he Florida Law Enforcement Bureau an area near Keystone chance, Reddish says, Carter had to work to regain
aid he buried the body of Val Assistant State Attorney Heights In Clay County so Bradford and Clay authorl- lost markets he says. j
erieTurner. hag failed to con- Mack Futch of Gainesville or where he says he disposed (S.. Page 8)) "If it hadn't rained we couldhave'held
nect him with the disappearance r prices up two or
of the ''girl. 16, and the __ un A veteran Bradford farmer
murder ot, mother and another Laurie Carter, was killed
'V wonvuvtest November 3. Monday when his tractor, being (See Page 8))

'Karl DeGregory, chemical School Board used to pull down a pine sapp-
ling, reared up and fell over
firm repre..nlativeWho
backwards him.
on 3
between Ormond Beach and Boy
Charlotte, N. C. was driven Carter, 67, was dead-on-ar- ,
\ around the site "he described rival at the office of Dr. H.H.
, south of Keystone Height and Costs Adams at 12:30: p.m. The accident KilledBy
east of SR-21 l ,but was unableto Charges occurred at appro-
point out where Valerie Turner ximately 11:20: a.m. according
body.was located. He confessed I !'" TruckA A
murdering. the two partmont.
women and the girl but has aA !
.authoritiesof For Late WorkAgonizing Carter was pulling brush and
failed to;convince mall pine sappllngs with the'tractor three-year-old child was
probable i cause to charge a Dexter diesel according : run over and killed when he
him with any, one of the offences to Deputy Sheriff I Robert suddenly dashed onto SR-16 In
after: six weeks of Intensive once again over contended the liquidated dam- don of the dome cost was $24- Carter't California variety Sequoia berriet or. Green. Pulling pine about the Reno section of Starke late
Investigation charging damages for late. ages should be charged on the 103 pointing out the cooling large, red, and ship welt. But tome people six Inches In diameter with a Sunday.
The Keystone Heights High completion of construction the uncompleted portion only. heating, and electrical work they or. tasteless, preferring th. Florida 90'. 25-foot chain Carter had the Maurice Kelsey 3, Green
student has been missing since Bradford School Board finally "Same Idea I had," Board had been "stubbed out" to the ness. chain fastened to the tree about Cove Springs was dead-on-ar-
last Nova, 3 when she disappeared decided to charge Co. Forrest Hills on Member H.A. Lawson stated. dome by the required finishingdate. about five feet above the ground rival at Bradford County Hos '
from an Isolated beauty Construction 93,06V He contended Forrest pits I.In I.
shop ion SR-21, between Keystone Phase 3 work at vocational- Guerry asked the board to Hills should not be charged a CX, Johns,Carter's brotherinlaw Bradford County Jail
Height and Metros technical center, consider that the plastic por- penalty on the subcontractors'work. : was an eye-witness to charged with leaving the scene
where her mother and another Forrest Hills, a Jacksonville Williams the accident Green says, arid of an accident Involving a death
beautician were shot to death. firm la said by Architect Don Car Runs Sawyer quickly stated however I yes I related the following account'. :' and driving with a restricted

At the scene DeGregory described Morgan to have been 153 day that the stubbed out heatIng John said he watched Carter license Is Mattie Williams 21,
Wednesday were Brad- late In finishing the plastic cooling, and electrical systems Florida Housea attempting to pull the tree from 1205 Grove Street, Starke.Mrs.
ford Chief Dolph horticulture dome plus hook up were of no use to the Williams was arrested at her
Stop the ground. He saw the -
county with the plastic home shortly after the accident
Reddish", Clay,' Sheriff of cooling, heating, and elect- school system start to 1
Jennings Murrhee and his Chief rical systems to that structure. dome Incomplete. Guerry did Frank L. William, Bradford definite decision on whether rear up. by City Patrolman Pat Henry.
Deputy W. R. .Harvey, and a Forrest Hill President Harry not press the point. County civil defense director, to seek the office at the later Johns shouted to Carter tha( The child was standing on the
representative of the Florida Guerry made no protest of On Sawyer's motion, the is thinking seriously of seeking date. He is working now lining the tractor's front end was rising sidewalk with his grandparents.
Law Enforcement Bureau. Morgan' determinated of late A St. Augustine man, LubyE. board voted unanimously to the District 25 seat In the up support In all three coun- from the ground, but Carter According to statement
Ills failure'to show author- day*. Completion date was Crosy 36, was arrested charge $3,060 In liquidated damages newly reapportioned Florida ties. Williams has served* didn't hear. The tractor, Johns by them and other witnesses
Sept. 30, 1971. The dome wa and charged with failure House of Representatives. director on the board of the
Ides the location of Valerie' .Sunday to Forrest Hills. The a told Deputy; Green kept rising the little boy broke away from
body has all but closed the case finished and accepted by the to obey a stop sign aftera board also approved paymentofthe District 25 Includes Bradford Ct'BB Economic Agency, cov- up. Carter, Johns said hit grandparent and ran into
of Decretory'* connection with board on March L. 1972.A collision between him car and balance due Forrest Hill Clay, and the northern portionof ering Baker, Bradford, Clay, continued to look at the trees the street and Into the path Mrs.
what 1 Is,Bradford's most puz- suggested by Board Mem- a tractor-trailer. contingent upon a full release 5t,. John Counties Rep.Gene and Union Counties, and feel he was trying to pull he never < Mr*. Williams' truck.
zUnI crime In history Deputy; ber Charles Sawyer, the liquidated Crosby war treated forminor from Forrest Hills and agree- Shaw i Is the encumbent house he will be supported stronglyby looked back at the front of the Witnesses told Patrolman Pat
Reddish sald.Wednesday. damage charge of$3,060 Injuries at Bradford County ment to the damage charge. member assigned to the new the low Income voter of tractor. He made no attemptto
Henry the accident was unavoidable. -
DsGreaory 'was being held 1* based on approximately 10 Hospital. Driver of the Ford Under Its contract with For- district but Shaw has announcedhe Bradford and Clay Counties.If release the clutch, John If she hadn't left the
In the Volusla County Jail on per cent uncompleted work or tractor-trailer Harry C. rest Hill, the boarttcouldhav* will not seek reelection.If elected William says, he aid. scene Mrs. Williams would now
charge,,of killing an elderly 10 percent' of phase' 3 construction Coats, Kathleen Fla. was not charged $200 per day, liquidated he decide to run, It will would become full time legislator The tractor' front end kept face only the restricted license
Charlotte M C. couple. Under'e cost*. injured In the wreck on US-301 damage be Williams' first try at apolitical In the sense that he would rising and finally the vehicle Charge, Henry says, Mrs. Williams
"I and Adklns Street in Starke at office. He his have no other full time em simply fell completely back.
<. It not right that the Job Attorney John Kopelouso wa* say > the patrolman said panicked
; was finished on time except 2:45: p.m. Sunday. asked to draw up the release political philosophy Is slated ployment.It over and on top of Carter. when she heard with-
appearanahecattus.dtokill. for 0w dome?" Sawyer ashed. Crosby Is charged with falling and each party; agreed toward the conservative side, appears he would not have Carter was an retired emV flues shout the child wa*dead.
+ ing all three women.,and vaguely Morgan said, yes, that was cor-, to stop at the top signon to meet to sign them upon com t- but says he 1 la very conservative the financial resource of most ployee of the Florida State Pri been
described a site two to three -:: '... ,' Adidas Street where It Intersect pletion. as far a* fiscal matter candidates, William says. son He was also a farmer. The child had already ...
square D'lUell1OU12I! of KH and Sine the board had previous- US-30I. Crosby's Ford In other action Thursday are concerned. William taken to the hospital when policemen
....tot fia:*,, ., ly approved 90 per cent of tile sedan collided with the left side April 13. the school board: says he 1* a strong law and Williams, a Crystal Lake resident Investigating officer were arrived. Investigating
"His,confession Is pot In very Job a* substantially complete of the trailer of the truck tra- order man.WUllaml. had been Bradford CD Deputies Green and John officer were Patrolmen Julius.
,much ..detail*," says Bradford or acceptable tor use. Sawyer V.UnllOUtII on US-301. (See Page 8)) says he will mate director: for seven year*. Dempsey Eunice and Henry.

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: r \: Bridal ShowerFor Mrs. StarlingObserves ':
Ga; it.Club: Wfomons Club

To HCLV& Oriental!l lProgram Holds Fine Arts ,tu Mrs. Burnsed fothAnniversary ,.

MondQy'* ;' Luncheon MeetingThe At Goodman HomeMrs. I

Starke Garden Club will Fine Arts Departmentunder David Burnsed. Jr., a Mrs. Alma Starling cele- .
on Orlen"larranging l i Mrs Merritt Williams, recent bride, was honored at bated her 76th birthday annlversary ,
have a program and horticulture discussion chairman, and her committee sa a bridal shower last Thurs- on Sunday. April 18, \
at their meeting Monday were In charge of the luncheon- ? r a day night given by Mrs. WayneHarper with her family 'and friends;
afternoon/' at 3:30: pjtu at meeting of the Starke Woman's t i 1. MIT Miss Dottle Rhoden A buffet dinner was served on
the home of Mrs. A. Russell Club on Wednesday of last week. and Mrs. Seeber Goodman at l the grounds, and Mi.. Starling -
Norman, 1305 E. Call street. The Individual luncheon tables the home of the latter on Alton was pleasantly surprisedby
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Each member Is asked to bringa were centered with miniature Road. l't. so many attending! from .so
friend. arrangements of spring flowers An arrangement of mixed far away. "
/ During the program a spring flowers was on the coffee More than a hundred friends
; fashion show was held with table In the living room. 't.Y 't. and relatives, many'of!!, them
Garage Sale l Miss Martha Sue McCain, Mrs. r An umbrella with light and dark from out of town,were presentto
: Olin White, Mrs. H.L. Speer blue streamers was hung over enjoy this occasion with P
Planned ByWoman's J ( and Mrs. Hazel Bitch modeling cowered Mrs. Starling. ;
clothes they had made. t
Club/ J./ On display were paintings and blue linen. The refreshment table ,
art objects loaned by Mlllard In the Florida room was Birthday Party
.... Judd, Mrs. Mildred Fancher covered with a white lace cloth
The Home Life Department Mrs Olin White, Mrs. James over green linen and held light For Lone Howell. //
of the Starke a Garage Woman's Sale Club.from!issponsoring Miss Eleanor Lee O'Brian, and Mrs C.A.' Knight. I green tapers In crystal hold- ByrdDampierMr. -I'( '

9 till 5 on April 27, 28, and Wed During the business meetIng ers.Games Lorle Howell celebrated her
To. Mr. with prizes were enjoyed -
( Moody the club voted to put a new and Mrs. A. D. Byrd fifth birthday anniversary on
29 at 150 W. Call St. former Annette Norman Weds
roof on the club house, to Install Mary by the 30 guests duringthe of Lake Geneva announce the April 4 with a party/; given
ly McDuff's). Members are requested Rev and Mrs. Walter II. Lee
Guests Included
party hours. -
a central heating andalr- engagement and approaching by her father at Mama Priest'shome.
to check their homes of Starke announce the engage conditioning unit, and remodelthe Johnny Brown In Church Rites Mrs. A. 1.. Crosby motherof marriage of their daughter, Ten of four-year-old
for toys, clothes, books, small ment and approaching/ mar- the honoree, and Mrs. David -
Inside of the Club. The new Connie Lynn, to Jackie Joseph friends attended.: ,
appliances sold. etc. that can. be, riage of their daughter, Eleanor house policies and revision of Miss Mary Annette Norman, back. She carried a bouquet Burned Sr. .of Macclen- Joey) Dampier, son of Mr. and The dining table was covered
Elde, of Lake City, to Arnold by-laws were adopted by the Mrs John G.Damplerof Marke. with a pink lace, cloth. In the
Please call 964-5546 If,you Benjamin Moody, son of Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos of pink and white mums with The hostesses presented the
membershp.Five The wedding: will take place center stood a ,beautiful doll
Norman Raltord
of and
have articles pickedup ribbons.
need to long pink
and ,Mrs. A.B. (Bill)) honoree with a stainless steel
Moody members were added to June 9 at 7:30 p.m. In Hope cake with silver candle holderson
or bring them to 150 W. also of Lake Johnny Brown, son of Mr. and The bride, given In marriageby set and Ironing board and coveras
the Life Honorary Membership Mrs. Mitchell Brown of Law- Baptist Church Theressa. each side, holding 'can-
Call on Monday Tuesday, or. The will tier father wore a floor a memento of the occasion. !
wedding take
Wednesday from 1 to 3 p.m. place for 35 years continuous toy, were united In marriageon length gown of net over satin Miss Byrd Is a graduate of dles.
Money from this sale will First May,2r. 7:30 p.m. In the service: Mrs. L.G. POwell Friday, March 31, at 8 p.m. with empire waistline accent, Keystone Heights High School Some of her' father's associates -
go to the building fund of .the. Lake City Presbyterian with Church, Mrs Earl Searing, ,Mrs. C.H.! In the Pine Grove Methodist ed with a band of pastel se- Wesleyan Guild and la employed at Winn-DIxle who came by to wish
a reception following
club. In the Nasworthy. Mrs. L.O.; lIazen, Church near Ralford. Rev. J. quins. The butterfly sleeves in Starke. her happy birthday were Mr.
hall.t/ church fellowship and Mrs. A.E. McKInney. L. Wester, grandfather of the edged In lace came to points Host At t Dinner Mr. Dampier is a graduateof and Mrs. M.A. Payne; Major
Miss Lee honor bride, performed the nuptials. at the wrists. ,She carried a BHS and Is employed by and Mrs. Carl Hurst, Dr. Flo-
Birthday Party ,.'. .'I of BUS was in an 1969 and graduate will- Little Women Decorating the altar were bouquet of white mums with a Members of the ''Wesleyan E.All J, Dupont friends Company. rence Jennings, -and .Mr.: and
baskets of pink gladioli and relatives are Mrs. M. McRae. Lorle/s mo-
purple orchid and lllltes-of- Service Guild were hostessesat
For Suzanne Sapp'Little graduate from Lake City Community Plan Houseparty Easter lilies, accented with hot the valley. a chicken dinner Sunday following Invited to attend.Morgan'Strunk. ther also came up trait);ITampa,
College In transfer division pink rosebuds, against two candelabra Regina Grtffls, cousin of the church services In the to be with her.
where she Is a member The Little Women's Club with burning/ white tapers bride was flower girl,and Ran Methodist Fellowship hall honoring Mrs. Lavonndrews and two
Suzanne Sapp celebrated of Phi Theta Kappa honorary made plans for a beach house- decorated with Easter lilies. dall Norman, nephew of the the senior and single young assistants served
her first birthday Saturday; fraternity and a member of partya the weekend of May 12- bride was ring bearer members of the church. refreshments to the-I,children,
April 15! when her parents;* Creative Fashions' Council and their meeting Monday Miss Penny Walker of Mac- Miss Debbie Dyal, sister of Robert Strunk and coffee and cake;.io the
Mr. and Mrs. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sapp,rave was first runner-up In the Miss night at the club house. Becky clenny: offered a program of the kept the bride's adults. ,f fl,, t
a party for her at the howe-): L.C.C.C. contest; past senator Jackson presided over 'the nuptial music. groom The U-shaped banquet tables announce the marriage of their ifill
and book. were decorated with a garland daughter, Beverly Evelyn, to
of her grandparents Mr. and-- secretary of student meeting. Larry Brown attended his Hospital Auxiliary
A held at the
Mrs. L. C? Sapp, on Crosjiy! : government association. She Is The .following ,officers for brother as best man. Ushers reception was of fern down the center,sprinkled Kenneth Gregory Morgan, son
Lake. ;-: employed at Smoak, Davis and 1972-73 were elected: Debbie were Sharon E. Norman and clubhouse at the State Prison. with l pastel rose petals. of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Morgan Installation/ t Set
In line
The 20 youngsters wereglvenfavors Nixon C.P.A. firm. Spongier president; Jemlfer'Haal Donald Norman, brothers of Standing the receiving Centering the head table wasa of Starke.
were the bride and ,their
of whistles and party; Mr.' Moody graduated from vice-president; Gayle the bride. parents and attendants.The pyramid arrangement of The marriage took place 'In The Bradford Count/; Hospital -
hats. A carosel birthday cake, Columbia High School, Lake Hatcher; recording secretary; Miss Lynell Norman served bride's table spring flowers. April Auxiliary will have covered
was cen- South Carolina on Friday, -
centered the refreshment.;Ha-, City, *nd. Lake City Community Vicky Barksdale, treasurer. her sister as maid of honor, tered with a three-tiered wedding 14.The dish supper and Installation of
ble. '.'-""; College.; He Is a member of .THefreshments: were served by wearing a floor length gown of cake decorated In white Approximately 50 membersof couple Is residing at officers at their general meet-
F.A.M.E. fraternity, past dir '. lavender taffeta with raised the church and their famIlies
The4 Vicki Barksdale -
ector of Lake CltyJaycee.nowsecond with lavender roses and encircled Mimosa Manor Trailer Park Ing Mondayprll 24, at 7
white flowers and
Mrs. R. P. McLendon will chairman, Becky Payne butterfly with Ivy and lilacs. enjoyed the affair In Starke. p.m. In the Methodist Fellow-
vice-president babble sleeves ending In points at the
; past advertising Spengler.fnvlted .
this weekend after The punch table was centered ship Hall.
several .and" wrists. Her hat of the '
of the was same
manager Lake, bowl 'J
i with a crystal punch encircled -
weeks visit with her 6rt
> City Reporter, and I Is now self ". material with a nylon tulle bow
and family, Mr and Mrs. JBrMcLendon \ employed ":)J : to attend the wedding and and long streamers the with Ivy and lilacs.'' .
in Marathon. All friends and relatives a....,**.. reception.'? -*, m., dowh3 Following a short, wedding ,

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4 99.r.
'I r:: Lourdes Church in Mobile. "
Miss Wynne received a II.A.
See Billy Vernon Degree In Anthropology from
l i the University of Alabama In
1967, and Is now completing
Or Pete I work on her master's degree. with ,NO-STICK interiors! $

Peters T -litH HI.I1111':\\ tllllSLh.11111P/ \\ 1101.81.1-\\/ ;\\ ;; tIC" nJ.IIIII:\\ : She Is secretary of! Women of Itouns the Association and- 19 95

Counselors: und a member of
The Country Boys Who Will Give You LOOK HAMLAND the national ontanliatlon. as 7 pc. SET
well as several other professional ;
The Best Deal In North Florida r ) Ln organizations and hon- J\' t
orary societies. Sie Is also V
assistant director of residence r

halls fur ,the. University' of 1 OT. SAUCE PAN Put colorful C'oolcwaro excitement into your kitclion \

k OWNED BYWildwoodiMoiilc Alabama. SAUC' with tins West(;Houil GOth SXH-ial l.*
., Mr. Wall is a'Iflfil graduate COVER FOR t QT. [ PAN now Anniversary | :
of St. Augustine IIWi School Pans iro qonuiito porcelain aluinnuiin .
;:" Homes Inc. and received his H.*. degree j/
,\(1"1.100.i, slain losmtaiil and tlmltw.ishoi ant.'. I
In Journalism, and a Master'sIn COVER FOR 2 QT. SAUCE PAN. In I
yp, itf Higher I'ducaUon: from (lie Avocadognan. '
university' of Horldu. Ho Is a with tiMlrlunq" opoxy'on aluminum COVOIM.Comlortablo "
Largest Doublewide Dealer In The State member of Sigma l>ola( (lit 10" CHICKEN FRYER.SKILLET li.indloii li.ivit llamo qu.uda] read liolon r
professional Journalism frntor-
Of Florida nlty the .Suulliern Annoclullun' COVER FITS 10" SKILLET AND, lor haiujmq. And each pan i j" III of Student liianclal I Aid Administrator DUTCH OVEN will scratch lonmtaiil NON STICK

education, and leadership Iii''Volta fr.ilornlty. Kappa -- plus RucIpssikiet liiiinh lot easy cloaiuni]. Coins m>o't,' ArttiM \. 0IP'If't.

.Ho was appointed assistant >
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of Alabama In Itoc- >
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Furniture'Co4'tark >

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i P2PC2 q(0CU} tKu\/(0CW j \/ ( l Gary Miss Hamilton Evelyn Sinclair were on and the \

f ,, Dean's list at FSU for the
winter quarter.Mr. .
50th Wedding and Mrs. J.W. Rogersof
Mr. and Mrs. George Powellof 'Gainesville and Mr. and I

Anniversary Set Newton, N. C. are visiting Mrs. L.A. 'laylor Jr. and ,
I Mrs. J. H. Fields for ten days. daughters of Jacksonville were

j Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grlffls. Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Merritt Williams.
J Sr. of Starke will celebrate attended the Independent Life,,
wedding anniversary Insurance convention in Holly- Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin of
J on Sunday. April 30, from 2:30 IEr'J wood Thursday to Sunday. They
Arcadia and daughter Cherylof
to 5 p.m. at Grace .
fl Baptist
brought back Mrs. George Roberta the University of Florida,
Church Crlffls
All friends on and Loop.relatives Sr., who had been visiting iii.RevelsWarren and Steve Hart of ABA College
a; are her niece Mrs. Melvin
'Tlfton Ga. weekend
j were guests
attend.Birthday .
Weaver and Gtr. Weaver at of Mrs. Eve Baldwin and I i
Boynton Beach for two weeks. family. I
i Also attending the conventionwere I
Party Mr.and Mrs.PhllllpClark Mrs. Margaret Jackson has

I For Tern; Fender and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Don- returned to Alachua General
j ahoo of Keystone Heights.Mr. Hospital for further treatment :1

\ / for a broken hip she receivedtwo :
J Little Terrt Fender celebra- and Mrs. Coleman Daw- weeks ago.

i\ ted her 4th birthday Sunday w. 1G son of Atlanta were Saturdayand W. B. Scoggiris Named fi'
afternoon when her mother Wednesday guests of Mrs.L. Mr. and Mrs. Jack T, Revels Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Williams -

Mrs. .James Fender gave a ,..= -- D. Mrs.They Louis were Yan-accompanied of Raiford announce the and son of Ormond Beach New Raiford PostmasterAn I r!
I engagement and will spend the weekend with
party for her. and several approaching -------- --- t8Inc
friends at their?home on Pratt cey who remained with Wed-Mrs. marriage of their daughter, her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. official was held ..& lat time !Mrs. Betty Alvarez .d '
Street. Bachelorettes Enjoy Reunion Vlnlng,. Saturday through Karen Ruth, to Larry Joe War- A, Colson.Mr. ceremony .
Friday in honor of the new has been
nesday. Mrs. J. C. Vining of ren of Jacksonville serving as act- r
The son of Mr. '
youngsters enjoyed Palatka was their guest on Mon- and Mrs. Gordon Warren Raiford postmaster, W.B..,, Ing postmaster.
games and had refreshments Here Last WeekendIt day and Mr. and Mrs. W, L. Iowa. of Sutherland Scoggins, with regional postal Scoggins' appolntm Is part :'
; during the party; hours. They Joiner of Sarasota were Tues- The and Mrs. Edward Schwaband department official T. M, Mc- of a new postal service policy t
I were given favors of bubble wedding wUl take place son of Merritt Island and Cargo doing the swearing In. to award such Jobs to ,
time kins day overnight guests. experienced -
was for reminiscing, Guy, Boca Raton Rosalind May 26 at 7 In the Cedar
r, jars, party,,hats, balloons and ; Mr. and Mrs. John Andersonof qualified postal employees
Jacobs Creek }
viewing photographs of high WHUams. Gainesville Baptist Church Jacksonville
blowers. school days, and bringing each ; Annie Mae Pearce En-- Mr. and Mrs. R. ,E. Firth Callahan were visiting their Scoggins, 51, was appointedto ,
Mrs. Fender was assisted were Sunday evening dinner mother Mrs. Myrtle Anderson the position April 1 I. lie has
other to date Jacksonville
up on family sor Estelle Ken- ,
by Mrs. Robert Pace and Mrs. ; Miss Revels Is a graduateof during the weekend. served 11 clerk In
when nine members of drick I lulls. Goldsboro, N. C4 guests of their son-in-law and years as Ermie Jones '
Lee Cogdlll. The Bachelorettes Club of the and Dora Manning Beasley.; daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Union County High School. the post office In Starke. Scog=

mld-1930s gathered here last Gainesville. Two members, Lena Beattie in Jacksonvilleon Mrs. Fred Bennett Sr. returned gins lives In Starke' and Is '. Among
weekend for their first reunion Belle Shepherd Morris of- Mr. Beattie's birthday. Wednesday of last week the commander of Post 56 of the,, Top
GreenTaylorCatherine Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Minerof after two American Legion. ." .
Port Charlotte, and Leila flea a weeks visit with Ford Salesman ,
Mr. and Mrs. War- Akron. Ohio are spending Mr. and Mrs. Moore
The club was a social organization Andrews Duke, of Fort Lauder- Dewey Billy In
of Ga. several weeks with Mr. and Salisbury N.C. and The former Raiford postitiasr->
and dale ren Waycross, spent Mr. and
Green 'and LarryR. sponsored- were unable to attend.
to benefit Two of the the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Merritt Williams. Mr. Mrs. Arthur Pease in Lebanon ter, Mrs. Gertrude Hart, retired I"rmf Jones of Terwlllegar
Taylor '"will be married, ces community proJects. original 13 mem-
and Mrs. R.L. Slefferman and Motors' has been selected
bers Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Mrs. Agnes Tenn. on !March 30, 1968 'Ilfd. as
Saturday April 22, at 8 are deceased.
p.m. children of Petersburg, Va. one of The nation's leading Ford
Heath of Fort Lauderdale
In the Morgan Road Chapel Nine of the original members While here, the group en- arrived -
to spend several have arrived for week's visit LTC and Mrs. V.J. Speng- dealership! salesman during 1971
Tuesday a
attended the Joyed luncheon
get-together Saturday
with a reception following at at the MENTAL ]HEL1II BOARD and"will
) receive Ford Division'sSales
weeks with her Mrs. with the Mr.and Mrs.Williams. ler and Mrs. Emma Badman
the Chapel.All are pictured above: 1st row' Holiday Inn, and dinner Satur- mother DIST. 5 MEETINGThe :; Award at a banquet In
friends and relatives of 0-r) ) Hazel Middleton Matthews, day night at the Garden Res Sapp. were in St. Augustine Sunday Jacksonville I
the couple'are. .Invited to attend Starke; Mlna Manassa Grady, taurant. A large number of Mr. and Mrs. James McNeelyand visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. L. regular monthly meetingof ; 18.\ on Tuesdaprll

Orange Park; Ruth Sternberg friends enjoyed these two e- Mr. and Mrs. Barney McPae family of Lakeland spent Spengler. District 5 Mental Health \.G.; Walker, Jacksonville .

-_.............--- .. .._-- Scanlan Loraln, Ohio; Mignon 'vents with the members, and spent the weekend with Mr. the weekend with her parents, Board will be held at 7 P.m'' district sales said
Sisson LaMorte, Pelham Man- visited with them during the and Mrs. Glen Conner in Orlando Mr. and Mrs. ]Herbert Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Dukes Monday, April 24, in Room, the .',\ward winners manager had ,substantfnllj -,
or, N. Y. 2nd row: Hazel Ad- day. and Mr. and Mrs. AI visited their son-in-law and 401 of the Alachua County Court i
Mr. and Mrs. John Deas of Harley at Merritt Island, and Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Boyd and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray house, Gainesville. exceeded requirements 'I
Lake City; were Tuesday even- attended the Apollo 16 moon son, michael, of St. Petersburgwere Brookins, in Atlanta, Ga. over for membership In I'ordDivision's
Ing supper guests of Mr. and Bride shot at Cape Kennedy Sunday. weekend guests of Mr.and the weekend. the meet- 300-500 Club, which
Ann Dennis Becomes
Mrs. E. W.. Cindy Mrs. W.M. tollman: and 'a lpud-, Ing was changed to the fourth I recognizes "excellent retail

Of Mr. Seely In Home Ceremony Mrs. J. R. Kite visited Mr. celebrate Mr. tollman's birth- Mrs. Robert Barksdale Jr. Monday' this month due to the.' sales performance."
Local admittances to Bradford and Mrs. Ralph Collins In Pel- and son, Coby, are visiting State meeting of Count Mr. Walker said the average/
County Hospital this week day.Mrs. her mother, Mrs. Gloria missioners. The meeting Is., 300-500 Club member sold
lum Ca. last week.
Include: Mrs. 'Mearlle Osteen, Miss Cindy Ann Dennis baby breath with white stream- Titus Olson is visiting Townsend in Montgomery, Ala. open to citizens advisor nearlJ'S!!50)0()() worth of automotive -

Mrs. Alma Leurlck, Cindy Hal- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComband relatives in Olmsted, Ill. for this week. groups and the general publics merchandise In 1971 toqualify
sten Mrs. Ada Newsome, John ers.A for the national honor
two weeks.
Dennis of Gainesville, and reception was held at the daughter Mrs. John Greerof .
Howard Crews Mrs.
Powell ,
George Ernest Seeley son of 'Jackson home. The bride's table Bradenton attended the funeral -
Lucille Knowles Walter Lo-
Mr and Mrs. Luther Jacksonof was centered with a three- of an aunt, Mrs. L. L.
per and Carl /Mathews, Starke; Starke, were united in mar- tiered wedding cake encircled Stuckey, last Saturday .in West
David Dyal, Hampton; Mrs. riage Friday, April 14, at 7:30: with yellow daisies. This was Palm Beach.
Christine ,Warren and MichaelJ. p.m at the home of the groomon balanced :
two milk glass :
Looby;Lake Butler; Esley E:. Adklns Street with Rev. candle holders with burning Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton
Fitter, William Dawson Sr.,
Clyde Gates of Lake City per- tapers. attended the Apollo 16 moon I--
Kyle McMurtry and Mrs. Willie
McVeigh, Keystone Heights; forming the nuptials.The Mrs. Oral Tanner, sister of shot at Cape Kennedy Sunday. :
couple repeated their
Donald Mrs.Irma Walter the groom, greeted guests at
and EUkson.Mrs. Linda Scroggins, vows before an improvised altar the door. Mrs. David Jackson, Mrs. W. W, Hood Joined I
Raiford. balanced by an arrangement cut the cake and Mrs. Roy friends in Tallahassee Thurs- II
.of white gladioli, daisies and Jackson presided at the punch day for a two weeks tour of I

The Starke Extension Home- yellow chrysanthemums, and bowl. Miss Barbara Nelson kept Spain. SALE DAYS THURS, FRI., SAT.,-SUN MOM.
branched ,,candelabra with the bride's book.
makers Club met Thursday of burning tapers. After a wedding trip to Ocala Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- !
last week at the home of Mrs.H. Sew I
B, Hamilton. The president Roy Jackson attended his bro- and Disney World the coupleIs gins attended a family reunionat special

Mrs. Lola.Johnson,demonstra, ther as best man. < residing on Highway 16. Camp O'Leno Sunday.

ted how cloths, to Miss Velma Wilson served Mr. Seeley ,Is a salesman, at9.Oweri3plst. .
'doradve'to..tolc1..l1I\th. 'asfineld! < of,honor."Sherwore>a"F' yf S 'tlf-'", Iir.f-t.. ; Dr. "and. Mrs.J. P. Youngof
make ?
I ., }.,:. "if., ,potholders.! : ..;a' dark. .blue two piece suit, .and "Fur: j- .kjlr: Jacksonville were weekend -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. o'utfitat
,Mr nd'Mrs.. E.::W. Hayes carried a nosegay of white daisies Hill.
Mr. Mrs. Ronald Craw-
j were In Miami over the week- with streamers. ,
end' visiting Mr, and Mrs. W, Given In marriage by her father ford and son of Ocala were .
Mrs. O. W. Dramp and Mrs. ,
Saturday visitors of her mo-
tile bride
E. Hayes. wore a white
gown 01 lace and knit with ther, Mrs. W, H. Hart. W. E. Harrell of Jacksonville
were Monday visitors of Mrs.
empire waist velvet ribbon
Mrs. Merrill Edwards visited and long rutted tie. William Whlchello of Gul Marlon Mayer and Mr. and
sleeves She
t, her sister, Mrs. James wore a white velvet ribbon head-, liver, Mich was a weekend Mrs. F. W. Strickland. .ati
j 1 KInchen, at Santa Fe Lake Wed- piece and carried a .guest of Mr. and Mrs.'"R. E.
nesday. Firth. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Watersof
I white and yellow daises and
Tallahassee and Mrs. Bes-
sie Faxon of Gainesville spent Jw

several days last week with :
Mrs. Vergle Flynn.

Mrs. Edith Christiansen vis-

ited her sister, Mrs. Dora
t. Stores Beasley in Gainesville Mondayto \

Wednesday.Mr. .

and Mrs. flergln Watkins
SALE DAYS *,THURS, FRI., SAT., SUN., MON of Bryson City; N.C.visited Mr.

and Mrs. James Starling in

Just add wafer Starke and Mrs. Alton Dobbs In k

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Thomas S. Colson is a pat- ) NO IRON
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I and Mrs. J.L. Bradley SPOJTTWEAR
visited their son-in-law and '
1 Special daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mike FABRICS
I' Waters, and daughter in Jacksonville "S.-L \ '\ w ** '
r: 'Y St/lri ''your summer"'
your choice Sunday. r ( wardrobe now1' Solids.
Ts imtforns! canvas and.
S/Sgt. and Mrs. Norman Rig- I f blouse wuiqhts. Ma-
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) N.C. spent the weekend with her
parents, !Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. <: -
1 k I Values to $12.99 Brown. The Browns also had
\ as Sunday guests, Mr. and!Mrs.
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i J 1 1S. Mrs. Gus Beasley of Bay town, \ Fancy No Irons ,?

i Latest styles of 1 & 2 Texas and Mrs. Charles Beas- Multi444 Polyester'' 333

j piece with mock skirts, ley of llamas City visited Mrs. :
Double Double Knits
boy legs, belted and .O.L. Beasley and Mrs J. W. : }
j Kincaid the first of the week.
many other styles to

? \ choose from.Polyestercotton. Mrs K.G. Duncan of West Q No iron 1.00.0 polyester. Heavyweight 100, poly| ten{ knit? iq heavy

r nylon Point spent Monday to Wednes- 7 in attractive spring! weight spring patterns and

1 acetate, double knit day with her son-in-law and patterns and colors. Machine colors. Mai"inftwaSh<1ble.
r, .actron & nylon. Sizes daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph washable. J .'
10-18. Crawford.

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!Mrs !Mary Utsey and daughters ;
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C and Mrs. James Barren.

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RROOKEIFiii'.." '. "n'-"IL. '' ':' BRIEF __ Hampton Area News __ Chest X-rays Willie, Giv.

....... ...'1R COl. :By Evelyn V. Powell In 28 To May 13 -

.'. ..1 ".. City Council members met score. Branding Iron came tack County, Apr. : :

SPELLING BEECHAMPION Tuesday. April 11, approved with a 17-10 win In the secant. ] !
.r-I a curfew ordinance for chil- tfliea$ Asia
: and Respiratory
NAMEDCongratulations George Free chest for Health Of-
Is Covington, County;
Rodrtque optimistic x-rays veryone "
dren under .17. The ord-
age Florida.-
of ,
In enter Northeast ;
are : Hampton team. ) rI8 years of age will ficer. ; ,.
about our ;
... lance requires these children
for Mike ; ..
Comerford sixth
be available In Bradford Coun This service will be providedby
"I think they! can develop Into '
to be off the streets betweenthe t
'J J The x-rays will4'available 1
grade student; who became ball team," he MJTS. during-the; period, April 28 the Bradford County Health
Brooker Elementary School'' 4 f hours of 1Q. pun.' and 5 a good at the following tirnts. /and "
f need more practice tare through May 13, according to Department the Division of pla-
: '.m. unless accompanied by 'n iJtfcA. tI
spelling champion at the school' ,. Tuberculosis .
an announcement A.Y. and-
hitting real good. by Dr. .Health, the tli) 'U.CMI
.a parent or guardian.
spelling bee held Tuesday April 1r
Outstanding hitters are Raymond

very who provided 11.stiff The competition school Mike with runner-upi was soma-JUt:: j'I. Hall.Council As repairs member soon on as material the also City apProved ;- T. Hayes Thomas meet and; Steve Mike the Branding Barnum Algiers., LOCATION DATE HOP 1'$'i.::. 'I,

grade student Doreen Jakab, I. L arrive work trill begin to replace -
broken floor tiles andInstall Iron team again next Sundayin VINEI '
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Zol-: : new lights and kitchen, the Hampton Ball Park at STARKE-OLD FLORIDA BANK BLDG., FRI.. APR. 28 1U.: .:t"'
of Both
tan are for another double-head\ ( -
equipment. A new flag has also 2 p.m. _t
pictured at right. .been ordered. .r. Anyone interested is Invited RIVER-MOODY'S STATION FRI., APR. 28 "47. ., ',..
lilts Is the second consecutive .
; The next meeting will be at to come and root for }
year that Mike has won the team or Just watch. ST. A PRo 29 +
lw 8 p.m. on May 9. Mayor Bruno your STARKE liNN-DIXIE 10-1'11,1 :J
school spelling championship. ? and the City Council extend Senior Citizens have you
; an
On Friday April 14, the invitation to all Hampton residents marked your calendarstoryolU"' LINCOLN CITY- EBENEZER BAPTIST SAT., APR. 29 2.5 i
Brooker Principal Dewey Mc. .
to attend. regular club meeting dated ,)
Kinney accompanied Mike and Our Men's Slow Pitch Softball First and third Fridays of each STARKE-HIGH SCHOOL TUES.. MAY Z ...1.4', I
Doreen to Bradford Middle will be, read.. The executive recently. team played a doubleheader month In case you've forgot ; ...
School In Starke In the for Bradford Mike to committee wilt'.meet in. the George Wentworth and son lastSunday with Starke's ten. The next meeting is tomorrow LAWTEY SAY BROWN'S STORE TUES.. MAY 2 s.7O;
participate school library at 7 fjn Saturday Branding Iron Team. evening at 7 p.m..t' .
,David of Zphyrhllls spent -
While County Mr.spelling McKinney championships.and Doreen ; April 8, with his son Hampton came out In Hampton' City Hall. Got com- STARKE CADILLAC UNIFORM UFG. CO WED., MAY 3 8=930: .
BROOKER BAPTIST the first with 19-17 comln"lThat' all right
and daughter-in-law and grandson game a pany
sented cheered Brooker him on,quite Mike weir repre-in Shnday. April>> 18. was a joy Anthony, Judy and little bring 'em alonalPEnSONALS STARKE-DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION WED.. MAY 3 10.11':. ," ? .... .
ou4 time for the folks of Brook '
the county competition by finishing er Baptist Church when, the Anthony.Mrs. Amanda Lewis has been Brooker '' HAMPTON-BAKER'S STORE WED. MAY 3 1t=3...', f' <* :
third In the County. Upon Church licensed Bro.Ron Bristol ,.Staying with her sister Mrs Boy' Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kohlerare ,

Spelling conclusion Competition of the, Mr.County McKinney ; to preach. the gospel.The Pearl Marhey who is recuperating Dies In WreckIn visiting his mother! Mrs. LINCOLN CITY-OWENS JOIST MILL THURS.: MAY 4 12.1'h; :. '
license was presented to him from Last Louise Johnston. The Kohlers
eye surgery. '
a tour took of the Mike Middle and Doreenon School by .pastor Jim Tamp!.. Bro Friday, night Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Indiana are from Las Vegas, Nevada STARKE-NURSING HOME THURS., MAY 4 2.3':30'': .il
Ron)lives in Brooker with Ms ward Endicott and family of and plan to make their home.In .1 .
and .the Starke Educational com ,wife Mary Anne. They have Gainesville visited with them. Hampton. STARKE-VOGUEJAANUFACTURING THURS., MAY 4 4.5'r'e(:
plex.In five children, four at home Mr and Mrs. W. Schaub of
The Endicott family also Tim Ellis, 15-year-old son ''
addition to the award
celved by Mike at the county re KajbjmScott, .John and babel.TlIfII stopped by their uncle and of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ellis of Crescent City visited the W. STARKE-OLD' FLORIDA BANK BLDG. FRI. MAY 5 9.12: & 1-4
Carried 'ValHve Fontalnes last weekend. The
daughter\ Brooker, died Tuesday as a .. \
school's competition top spelling for winning honors his., erl...;} with her husband, aunt's, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. result of Injuries received In couples spent Saturday shopping STARKE-OAK"AND BROWNLEE ST. SAT., MAY 6 10..1'2-5
'A1 who is In Jacksonville.
Csstlen ,
Here visited Mr.
Green. they automobile accident in In
both he and Doreen will be
in/ Tampa.ErI.toL and Mrs. John Green and.son diana. Mrs. Margaret Crawford .. STARKE-BRADFORD FURNITURE MFG. TUES. MAY 9 1.2 I' .1
presented with an award it :
is available for Allen of Memphis. Tim was accompanying, his visiting friends in Marion, Va. .'x<,! .
the May meeting\ of the Brook-' ''
IU '' be contacted Mrs Iva Mae Lewis spent uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Major and Mrs. Fred Sackett LAWTEY-OLD POST OFFICE BLDG. TUES. MAY 9 3-7 ;'
er PTA. Mike is the son of -'$ .. last weekend with her mother. Julian Ellis,, and their four- spent a week (April 4- 1'x! .. rs"i I
Mr. and Mrs. John Comerford.of .
Brooker. ril ,Mrs. Amanda Lewis and her year-old son, back home to I) visiting at 1 Dauphin*Island. GRAHAM-'GRAHAM POST OFFICE WED.. MAY 10 12-2n 1;:*
., ,ALSMrI aunt, Mrs. Pearl Markey. Michigan after the family had ,Ala.'with Major Sackett's brother ;J/
:'( Mr*; Henry Manning Those Mrs. Pearl Richard and his wife. .
BHOOKEH PTA visiting been visiting In Brooher. Mr. BROOKER-GREEN'S STORE WED.. MAY 10 3-7( l
TO MEET TUESDAYThe 'Wfcnt the day with Mr. Markey on Sunday afternoonwere and Mrs. Ellis and their son Richard is with the U. S. CoastGuard -

Brooker PTA will meet and 'qMt'. Billy Walker of Melrose Mrs. Grade Dukes, Dim were also killed In the acci- assigned" to the cutter HEILBRON SPRINGS-REDDISH'S STORE THURS.. MAY 11111.2';. .?) il,!'
9. "Point Verdee.
Sp Alilgood and son Allen of Lake dent. \
Tuesday night. April 25, at Mrs' J. T. Bass and son Butler Rev and Mrs. Robert Mr., and Mrs., R. V. Dur- -
7:30: p.m. William Chapman will' ; Besides his parents Tim Is RENO-OLD SCHOOL PINE STREET THURS:, MAY 11 3-6
Keed Spent the weekend in Clew Smith of Worthington Springs; three rance' of Hampton Lake tooka ..1
survived by brothers all
direct the 4(1)( 5th and 6th gra-i. In tort with her mother. Jim Thomas of Jet to Montego Bay Jamaica .1t
Musical Mr. and Mrs. of Brooker; and his grandparents STARKE-liNN-DIXIE FRI., MAY 12 12-] & 4-1 /t tI
ders In a Programthat M sy Andy, Wentworth and son Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mrs. Mary Price, Cocoa where they spent an enjoyable I I. .
you will not want to miss aloriffitflth Mrs. J. T. Bass Green and Alleen. and Mr. and vacation. i.EveryPayLowPricc
and Annie
Also Beach Mrs. Ellis, STARKE-FOOD FAIR SAT.. MAY 13 lQ.l.2.5!
so plan to attend. a re- spewr]Mi V few days In Orlando Mrs. Leslie Green of Brooker. Gainesville J t
: port on a barbecue supper with' Mr ..Ba.' uncle and aunt,, Funeral services were. held N V Mr. and Mrs. John Green at 2 p.m. Friday in Elzey Chapel "
and son Allen of Memphis Tenn. Cemetery with Brannon Funeral VI
wen, here last week visitingMr. Home of Lake. ButlerIn *
f GAINESVILLE! and Mrs. A. L. Green charge of arrangements.We .
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Green ,N r S
and family and Mrs. Pearl CENTER CUT Pantry
Markey John worked in Perry
f Directory: during the week while Marilyn taxpayer/ are 4 strange SIRLOINSTEAKS 1 I REGULAR GRIND *
and little Allen stayed In lot. Wt haven't financed a Pride OR ELECTRA PERKCOFFEE ,1
Brooker. John Joined his family iturfy>> which reaches the conclusion '

AUTO SALES GARDENSUPPLIES\ on tile weekend. that tax form are 'STEAKS' : I t
complicated, something you
BRASINGTONCADILLAC think we woutr have. noticedfor
Mrs. Roy Green of Breaker 320 S. WA '
OLDSMOBILE JGr} i n& Faro i Inc. and grandson Tommy Taylor curielvei. UtS'
of Palatka were honored witha Jf pler.ed/ /Ill MCffl
SALES &: SERVICE IJUCDI-,: ..NTS birthday dinner on Sunday LBI. L U.1D.IL FOOD SUMTCOUPONS '

Fine Selection of Vied Can I 11Pet' April 16, given at the home of Ward In Magnolia Ky., returning lED ilG,5.9c ,
Taken On Cadillac Trade v. InaeeMeWM. '" ---! 8upiUeit Mr.' and Mrs. George Pierce'' home on April 9. .

2001 N.W. nth. Ph, rrt.&a+ ',.naTU.IUBS wt;,. ..Mandtsdaughter, Audrey; Others.' ,'" "" .., .
SYMPATHY, ,/ .a" :>P' aU 'If St 6' tt'dD or f ; : ':.
P'- I --vtAattandliK\ were Mr. and Mrs., r ,. Ikkuy"ONU.: Sun 00000IbStta: =..:::. ::.
:" We a.u ..Jl''" ''JTJi: ; Jti .Taylor!, Cindy Boyc Our heartfelt) sympathy*love,' .:J .,MoM ,. ,.,. au'."" .",....... .. ..' .
Barkley Motor;IncTOYOTA KM w.w, !IA ,,-! 1PJpa7FN71'. ; and Roy'lee of Palatka; and and prayers are extended, to' : -
the family of Mrs.Louvle Gann,
Roy Green and daughter AI- BONELESS ELLOW- -
who died as the result of a RIB"
.; GLASS leen, of Brooker., / CUTFANCY ,
traffic accident! on April 9.
/ /
.x 4 wheel drive and on. APRIL ANNIVERSARIES Also to the Otis Ellis family, "
Sale. Parte. Service. Congratulations to the following who lost four' loved ones in I 0 ."l
i tk
Clean Used TnrolM LlDDELL couples who celebrated a tragic automobile accident \
? Tuesday April II, near Mon. STEAK ROAST1\
their wedding Anniversary this j 1+r 9. i
1700 N. MAin .,..1288 -_ ,.\ -. month:' Mr. and Mrs. John e, Ind. 1

... GJ s Company: Williams, 4th anniversary on Prayer list for the sick?Mon \. <, I
': Beauty Academy. April 4 Mr. and roe Barnes Morris Dyal Clen- t I ,\ frEtJ11
Mrs Eman-
::ih Pvert ,:lasso.." ; da Charts. Pearl Marke '. Win- rnew C C
uel Weinman, 32nd anniversary ) ?$119 l. 98 i w tmf'J) 2' i
POWELL'S ale and Green.Calnmills .
SCiOre'ProIIb-M1rr April 6; Mr. and Mrs. Andrews Roy

Beauty Academy' TubmClonmu.-bewers; Ronald Bristol, 21st annlver- L8 ; ,1UilJI AR. 4
J'\u1U4 1n T p. Glass Re- sary. April 7; "

Leam Froftarton In Your pk0e4Hb Mversary.Mr.. J... T. Bass 12tkraml-d Htirinc' Aid Co. Cvcry DdytowPrk 4A

y Spore Time. Fun or Part' Tim ; LOCATION '
.' and Mrs Bnnn. hurt MR. BILL
219 N.W. loth 37S-J7W SLICED 1/4
g U2S"....Mala. ......u.. nice surprise when their children Lr SMOKED ; --
ELECTRIC MOTORS ...' 'presented them with cake ? GARDNEROWNER PORK LOIN PORK'--

I 372-81"1f. 372-1 102 and a gift on their annIver- I CHOPSHUNT'S SHOULDERICORN ,r
} ELECTRIC : I sary. They had supper with '
their daughter and
Motor Repair Coy;;.; MOTORCYCLES' Jo Ann and Gene son-in-law Raulerson,
...lit A... fl..ICI that night AND .
l Of Oalne vffle. In*. : /

RewindingNew szusi
Isabel Bristol returned home .
and Uteri
.. 1
:-JJ: .e a.wNy II. 1l'I 16.502
with her brother-in-law' and CREAM STYLE
2818 N. W. 16th Ph. :l7H3ii'lfOVERS J; sister Airman and Mrs;Tony BUTTERSCOTCH VANILLA \\llfniU i: j G

I : '... novel-:: :: : Castlen April 3,of for Tampa a week's on Monday visit. for your Son CHOCOLATE FUDGE, DRIVE I 16oz NPEAS OR ,

AlitJofl.-. On Friday April 7, Mr. and PUDDINGS 1 i ALLGREEs';; ::
Loaf Diilance Moving ,.1, __TaAel.v __ Mrs. Ron .Bristol.! John and liJ1eninqpleQ.fure { L'IM.AS

: ";:; ::.7';.;;.;: Scott,Joined the Castlens and
Storage Packing Isabel for the weekend.,While J0tt Pfe
.1 !
Crating ShlfpUg, iIiiiIi.372..' :Z7 ,
there,. Mr. and Mrl. Ron Bristol 29oz 84oz/SUlinK/ ] ROSEDALE61Gozc$1,
Free Estimates CaD _...,;' Oc0ai1Tc',4iLs, : ..' celebrated their 21st Wedding 3/$1 I

I Anniversary. The couple CAN ONLY ,, '
enjoyed a steak dinner at the 'I ,
MUSIC141.DWlH New England Oyster House. I _
Back at Valerie and Tony's, Every DA YLowPrkcU BonuiBuY ,

the couple was delighted witha S. NOv I
PIMdea" a ORGAN lovely gift from each of their Hard Ripe lykii;
Van Service Inc. children along with a beautiful WHITELOOHE

:134* N.E. W.Wo 1U. O'vUle, On Sunday they all went to -
37t-4m, Apopka to Trinity Baptist NEW
"'- r Church: where Bro. Ron Bristol 46* -

AUTO SALES SERVICE ;'. /'IM"J' C.. ,was asked by Pastor Vlr- NORELCOBEHINDTHEEAR ___ M4iTw CAN5 I
/ Lovett to speak. Afterward
BLOUNT PONTIAC G'vlII.'Sh.ppl' ; '."CIi:3723S1F" : the gH Bristol and Castlens enjoyed AID u ,
GMS INC. lunch'with the ,Lovetts. FEATURING LONG I COMPARE!' !!.iltlHOT:::i DOG OR ., / f ,P* LOV,

a,ttad. IEd'ertflldl.v .. ,.:;-' That afternoon\ the Brlstols took BATTERY LIFE. wKtamUp ; Fried Fish Sticks -r"r49c: : I ''DelMonte Corn '" *
.. :;'I.r ', :!. (. Tampa HAMBURGER ::::: ,:;:; :T.: := 4J1i /
; o> .'" Valerie and Tony back to -
... '
i" "
.Ulplll.. ,. home to 250 hours comfortable Breaded Fish Portions n ntsr: 79' '' '' > <:
Sundaynight. Green Giant Corn
p returning hearing on 1 battery! So i .?:. ?,, .. '!r L4l$1'/ .

.' ,- t. economical to use,yet delivers Daisy Cheese Wedges M" 79 RO L L 5 i American Beauty Hominy "<':,,r2/25/ <:
rich, clear sounds.Tiny
Fe. Tractor, Mr. and Mrs. John Williamsand litht; weight': reliable. ComeIn Sliced American Cheese ..I.. 79c I I CJ i Cut Green Beans ?;;rz: '4/l/

Factory Authorised 1U'PORD: .... daughters.. Robin,and Sharon be 'fitted, for listening Mellow Cheese Loaf u a... 69c Rosedale Limas ;
Pontiac Beutke) enjoyed a camping pleasure today! \
SaUe-Parts-Service Parm'Tnaetars' ,'A laplemauateu8L'G trip sota.near Arriving Venice at, below the campgrounds Sara- fJorek Cream Cheese ."-..* ...".. 29c I SLICED 2 9 C, i Mushrooms '... ...,;..,i ."<.i' '3/89/ :'

210 H. MainGainesville .'. : 1fp: '1 MzwrBAL376 : they enjoyed on Monday swimming, April and 3, /{ ; ,r':.nwwN Au, Fine Feather t Turkey Roast. U" I 12'S i Chocolate Jumbo Pies ".-It _>;3/i/

; Fla. activities which the ...,. .... ,
a.' 1'ABT.; aWCII'' planned T find h..'l.a'Ion
372.2583 ...... .. In whenever ......Ns.SIc.. M..kil.Alb' :
participated V
W4 ...w44u' \ group. .Ail.,...N..MI'.waa..a./.11..r. Every DeyLowPixe CtrcryDayLowPrkr EvcrylXayiowPrkc EvcryDayLowPrk BonusBuy:
; ,"" ;.,.:-'.. 376.4ln' l, .L..... they chose. 'to. On Tuesday, I '< ,
': I Jar I April 4 Sharon: treated Mr. i------------ HOSTESS
} : < ,
TRAILERS KA'k': ; 1 : .
:' I f;'badMrs...,; dinner I MACARONI CREAM- ENGLISH : ,; '
MeauLaf .allvl 1 in Sartsota honoring their wedding -"' ,
",- l!'W 1d8 "ji1.L anniversary. They returned I rHONIi GELATINS DINNER PIES MUFFINS

.I I & Igo home) April 6 after an.QJo1abla VI
Sii- ,
--{ and relaxing vaca-, i I Aoensaa I
'I T ,Auhllodrid Dral :i FosEvai tion.vMr.. I.

9.20 N.Ed Waldo R& 4mtenh.rmif and Mrs. Stanley Green L."""OtltOrq.O".O"Mh ) .
and children left 2: ------------- J.*
= April on a
CalnovllU 37B-0891: 1. : Heakjna ak Ale Coed .
ii11 CjdP business-pleasure trip to the GAINESVILLE HEARING
......s......._... ';, : mo a tulns. They visited Look-, t leery9ayl..thkt I ty.ry0.ytewMu [treryWylewprbs Leryaytewark. IweryDlyLowllrice. h.rT..yloervrk.arlp
.Mau. .. !1W..S ,4,71 ,., N' ... i. u 4lierAI iiinsitjsaiea out Mountain at Chattanooga, AID CO. ... ...... ....T.. FK''DI LLROYrluow._...... Pantry .11',.. .-y -.
Httctw .kntnll.- nMMMM. ,. 1asl.Ued 2 9N.W.UlhSt. """HOL' winks COLD::..= I' SHAVE
Tnn. 'Cumberland! Mountain / Id.
v.... t. ;; 1 TQMATfi:: POTATOES i'S'"OUT" : POTATQ ..:' .
nn f'i ,Slate :Paris and toured,Abra- .In SwniMne$h pta(Center' '..' [. DOG coact I I : 'CaIAM .. r. .
_All...-MalmKwiHry -.... P.... _, .:, :*. l ha4'Lli cola'. birthplace; ,atHodgwnD2w'1y Neat I.WMic. ;:J:. ':' 1 .AUCI. N + ogaeTEIEIRT li M ... .-....""..0..u.N "
Air.. IMb.1t v .' They also 30.OOI5.,311.l$42 i 8/-1 3/29c 3/1 '59c e 3
....,.n.K.y$- I I 'visited Mr. and Mrs. Karlen CAN s 61-1 :.N: CANS :n. Iaw; : 77C
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FOR TAX DEED REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME As provtdedby Chapter20723, tomey. George H.'Pierce,'' P. DELL CHAPTER OES First Born Church of the sential legislative activities, Tthe organization wUI be ftranclally ";

Sec. 194.16 F. S. Notice is hereby given that Acts of 1941 Notice Is hereby O. Drawer 1030, Starke, Bradford The regular meeting of Dell Living God will observe a are financed by the membership : and In Influence.
NOTICE Ih HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, David H. given that tangible personal County; Florida 32091. Chapter 168 will be held tonight Youth Program at 3 pjn. Sun- -- not by corporations The people are out there, J,

that JAMES P. THORNTON h Black 905 West Pratt St.. Property; taxes assessed forthe and file the original Answer. (Thursday) at 8 o'clock In the day, April 23. Everyone Is Invited foundations, or other large fend they believe In the NAACP,
holder oT the following certmc. Starke. Fla Intends,to engage. year 1971 are now delinquent or Pleading in the Office of the Masonic Hall on Brownlee St. to attend. Fifth Sunday contributors. ,r' 'Ala Its leadership! Its program.M
..** baa filed said certificates In business under the fictitious and aredrawingAh .lit Clerk of the Circuit Court on All members are asked to be Union of the above named The number of members '' ) and effectiveness.: : 1'IIe711Md1 .

for a tax deed to be issued name, OMNI COMMUNICATIONS such .taxes ... or before May 15. 1972. If you present and on tine church will start April 28 at also Important In backing up .
thereon. The certificate numbers at 90S West Pratt St. of one per cent per month fail to do so ludgon ant by default 8 pjn. with a cltywlde pro- NAACP demands before legislative zation needs them. Now Is the.
and years "at ,issuance Starke. ''hI. and that he will plus the proportionate cost of will be taken against you CHURCH NEWS ending, Sunday, April bodies and other ''time to enroll and to get your
the description ot| the property register said name with the publishing this notice. Unless' for the relief demanded in the Creator Bethlehem Freewill 30. everyone Invited to at. decision-making groups When ."> -frlenda to Join you In posltiv
; and t tile names In which It Clerk of' the Circuit Court, the amounts set opposite each Petition. Baptist Church Rev. Jasper tended. Executive Director Roy Wllkins ''"SgiMpport of the civil rights organlzation .

was aliened are"as follows: Bradford County. ; Florida. name below are paid before This notice 1 shall be published Williams pastor. Choir No. 3and Greater Allen Chapel AME and other NAACP repre- which the black
Certificate No. David H., Black sole the let day of May 1972 war- each week for Ushers Board No. 2 will eentatives ;
73., Year of owner. once Church, Rev C.E. Jenkins pas) aimnounce a posltion *4*F people of American the
Issuance 1965. 4/6 4tp 427NOTICE rants will be Issued thereon four consecutive weeks in the meet Monday. Tuesday night tor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. on civil rights Is recognized SLmost.

De.crlpdon.of Property) Beg ..... directing levy upon the seizureof Bradford County Telegraph. Senior Choir rehearsal. Wed- Morning Worship at 11. The that they are speaking.;
100' N of SE Cor of a 2A Tract the tangible personal property Dated: April 12 1972. nesday night Prayer Meeting. Junior Choir Is asked to sing for nearly 400,000 dues-pay- ? l
In SW-l/4' of NW.1/4 of NE. OF REZONING ; of the taxpayers for unpaid GILBERT S. BROWN, Clerk Thursday night the Junior Choir at Bethel Baptist Church Choir ing members In more than 1- :.k ,'

l/4 N IDOl, W 100', S 100. Julian GUsson Et Al has mad.Application taxes; penalties and ad : M. Moody will appear at New Bethel In Anniversary Thursday night, 500 localities In 50 states ?vl M"ie i

.E 100'. to POB.. :.Sect 16, T. to the Bradford ditional cost. The name of delinquent Deputy Clerk their Choir Anniversary The April 21. Evening Worship will Public officials, as well as *i ',III..
9-3 R-2z-E. County; Zoning Board for re- personal property; taxpayers 4/204t5/11 ushers are asked to go to begin at 3:30.SUPPORT many important Individuals in
Name In which asse'ssed Thomas classlflcation of the property and the amounts of taxes "" Bethel in the Ushers Anniver the private sector, seldom turn .
Discount Company. described below from OR to Including the cost of advertising NOTICEI sary. Saturday the League/ will THE NAACP a deaf ear to the voice speak- dt111'
AU' of said properly 'being' BR Retail Sales & Service): and ,the first month's will not be responsible for sell dinners from the kitchen. Let us be numbered here In InS ,
on behalf of a lanre number [ I,
in ttte County; of Bradford,State ''Com at SW Cor''of El/2 of penalty are as follow.: any debts Incurred by: anyone Sunday Is annual Youth Day, Bradford County as some of of voters and consumers. 1
SEl/4 of SWl/4 N 150' E Michael starting with Sunday School at
of Florida. other than myself the 500,000 members whohave .f
Deles such certificate 'or 770.24 to W R/W of Road Adllco Corp. $690.50 Steven Tew Lawtey, Fla. 9:30 ; Morning Worship at II; been set for the national goal The voice of the NAACP Is, :
certificate shall be redeemed ,200, Sly on R/W 157.07, W721S.59' Bakken Joseph B. .29.56! 4/13 3t 427NOTICE dinner at 12:30: : Each familyIs Be not always the loudest, but It,'II. "1 1With
during the spring) drive. sure Is
POB Section Barrett Plumbing asked to bring covered always one of the most respec >,rtl ;r rI
to Being o a .
to law'tM.. Bradford
according to and
property join support
; your ted. This
7.' Township 7 South : 36.14 box. Dinner will be free. Evening respect Is acM 1
described In such certificate BartlH ettttWeldn TO WHOM County NAACP Chapter. corded not
only to leaders of;
P. I
22 118.32 Worship at 6. Visitors always
certificates will be sold to Is vital to
or IT MAY CONCERN Membership a the Association but also to
Berta Place ,
the highest bidder at the courthouse This change In classificationIs 27.48 I-will not be responsible for welcome.A community-based national organization the
; "
membership which "
Bradford n..llow Ilie has ,
subject to a public .hearingto Ellghle.IIngBBriiight1 Fellowship Hour will beheld tnaglr
door on the first Monday debts made other such as the NAACP.
by life blood
any : anyone to the organi
la Month of May. 1972. which be held on Tuesday; April 80.20 than Eugene PJpkIna.2tp. at New Bethel Baptist Basic operations of the Association zation. The rXone.ou. 01 our rclulionahlp ;
members ,
more the ;j
25th at 7:30 PM In the County Son Church at 3 Sunday. A. here:' 'I'
: ; p.m. :
Is the lit dayof': May.)1972. Concrete Service 4127 particularly) Its es NAACP enrolls, the stronger '" 1
Commission room at the Bradford 20.49 pr1l 23.
this 13th of farch ,
1972. day County; Court lineal at Browder Henry E. 60.91 --- -- -_n __, u ___ "' '.,
GILBERT S. BROWN which time all persons Interested Brown Carl L. 75.87

Clerk of Circuit Court of shall be heard for or Brown Edward 24.72
against the proposal, specified Buff Clinton W. 15.07 .
Bradford County,:FJorida.I Cod J
In the Zoning of Carter Milton D. 39.20 .
I 48.4fJ27 Bradford County Chicago Freight Car 17.99

..._-- .Coopers Nursery 44, .
JohnTorode, Chairman caw + l wwen's
NOTICE OF SUITIn Bradford County; Zoning Landscape Co. 68J9 p / 1wu.
Board Crawford Mitchell G. 24.72 .xr'
the Circuit Court of Florida
4/13 2t 4/20 Dyal Horace) O. 24.72
Eighth Judicial Clrcujt. In and Emanuel Bernard 117.36

for BradfCIVILCoouOnty.' Family Service Shoe
In re: The Marriage of RAYMOND TAX DEED Fannies House of Beauty; 7.32 .
R. NASH, Husband, and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Fla. State Hatcheries 241.83 (
GAIL F. NASH, Wife that JAMES P. THORNTON the Forsyth Vance 4.46
TO: GAIL F. NASH ExeterHampton .. holder of the following certificate Cladwell J. L. 1254.98

Tr.aJ1.r.fark. Exeter, has filed said certificates -. Greene LymanBarBQue
New Hampshire.' Jv t i- for a tax deed to be Issued vI
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a thereon.. The certificate Gulf Station 34'7g -= r.1 G1f4 :ACS It sT415e
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage .
numbers and years of Issuance, .%DBiuty Depoe 28.07
has been fled against the description of the property; Gulf Station
:you and you are reojilred to and the names In which li was ,%BIrt Ellington 18.00

serve a copy of your Answer .....led.ollow.I'! Harley S. C. Jr. 58.49 \ 'W

or Pleading to the Petition'" on Certificate No.. 45.. Year, of Harris, W. M. 10.28 -tCVw Nt 't7N
the Petitioner's I attorney Issuance 1963.Description. Hawkins Carl R. 91.30
George H. Pierce, P.A Drawer of Property: Begat 61.48

1030 Starke;Bradford County BE.Cor of a 2A Tract In Hideoutrevery., '72.97 Purchase of / 4

; Florida 32091-. ;'and file the NW Cor of SW-l/4 of'NW-1/4 Indian Beach Camp 85.50 Men's .

original Answer Pleading. In of NE-1/4 Being 100 Sq. Seer Johns L. G. Jr. 93.23 Nylon Mesh ,

the Office pt theiiClerk,, / of the 18-T-5-S, R-22-E. Johns L. G. Jr. '39.20 ,, With Purchase of Casuals 1
Circuit Court,*on ,or beforethe
: ; Name In which assessed:Thomas Justice Paul 52.45 v Ironing Board
lat day of'May, 1972.' If Discount Company. Kelly Clifford 34.08 With Purchase of With Purchase of

;you fall to do so, Judgment by AU of said property; being Kllby Ronald Et Al 8.33 A 9 Volt Man's

default will be'taken against In the County; of Bradford,.State King John G. 19.89 Battery Dress Slacks
;you for the rellet-.demanded of Florida. .
Kite 1.. J. 173.07
With Purchase ofGtorVooter
in. the Petition,rt i ui:i. Unless such certificate or' Lawson N. A. r 88.28Lee' '
This notice shall be published : Skht
certificate be redeemed
shall! Fish Market 5.97 All vuporhly toll- ;
once each week for four consecutive according to law the property; Lewis E. !of. Timber Co. 72.97 zed by Notion' :KXftfCollonP

weeks In the. Bradford described In such certificate Longhorn Rest 44.94 I ,r( .Full Ideal fapower ConttructeJ sturdy meta I.V..n.d I.of al I MuUr, All tie rmon.nfPr.n
County Telegraph. 1972. certificates will be sold to the Mann A. L" 20.87 -' (ranslsramdlo, surfoce' honer ftfaction fabric In ofcolofVAM awidv fuhrlcAixxKd /
Dated March 28 "
: highest bidder at the courthouse' McCutchen Sam 7.32 M and tay.i Fr. how.r 8 height ad. Wt to rotaful wuI
GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk In pocked .Ytmants' Qh .... f f>7 ....' MylirV print.
A. Jr12.18
the first Monday McKInney E. I 'f S I ?8 40
By: Beulah Clerk M..MoocIyPep.aty ,door Month?on'OCvMay,,.1972. which ls, .,*McMillan MAG. '. 5tOO.'Ifi,'.....m".....'".. ,,le k t n .or olds uorag IIqt, :'r .a f' :tai 'IltI$Id.'gore cwtilcfuhhwr.'..hpqlf'Y'.' Wolo./A'''' met. +"" !',t l to _' LaeoiMroM 'r ..
,. tmhlorwfi' Inrwr.oUsj I abash I lpp.r.Sltci .
the lit day of May 1972.' Oscar DeU Cleaner. 8U2 i Aanortoct1'
4/6 4t 4/27.. 1 role. .. Sli.s 6Y 7laUup
... ., Dated this 13th day of March Pearsall Ralph EST '5.42 to to' / ,
..OF -
1972. Plaza Lodge 31.48

NOTICE INTENTION TO ALBERT S. BROWN Prevatt W. A., 85.03) / y ya N eta M
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Clerk of Circuit Court of Reason James 6.39 Gobn colorful Hare,foil have

Notice Is hereby' given that Bradford County; Florida Rlteh C. M. 23.76 Duque.Nth .
4/27 Smith Edwin L. 42.08
the undersIgned Heman Allen. 4/6 4t .
Rt. 2 Box II, Lake Butler. Fla. Starling Farm Supply 122.88 _-
Intends to In business Starling Jennings 583.03
Town & Country Beauty; 17.40 t
under the fictitious name of Purchassof
BRADFORD' BARBER SHOP Sec. 194.16 F. S. Turn Table Record Shop 15.73 S Sided
Underwood Motel 76.59 0 With Purchase ofMen's
132 West Call St.' une, Florida NOTICE JS HEREBY GIVEN Unity Cafe 7.32 AQLE I Photo Cubes ""'
; Dress Skki
and thatih.will,register that JAMES P. THORNTON the Williamson Wiley 10.25 lny 5 plioto*
said : Clerk of holder of the following certificates W X born.sir.a. 1 rh,
the Circuit Court Bradford WinWord Joseph 507.17 Id.ol for / I'' I "J.o.'j; tailored 'In a wide
*, has filed said certificatesfor Wilson Car Lines 7.95 oaf c. dole top ietiicTlon, of popular solids endstripes.
County; FiorldawWeraan Alien, a tax deed to be Issued Wishbone Fried Chicken 286.13J. I Long point call.... Ea.y&l..nd
sole owner. >o.sw' thereon The .certificate numbers With Purchase of r -" one handy pocket
4/13 4tp 8/4 :' and of Issuance A travel ken t E core polyester' & cotton.nV .
_. years R. Kelly: Tax Collector Purchass of l :.14 ,*o I IT;
the description of the -
property Bradford County; Florida H.ovy chronw
and the memos _In which .If. Cam of Etfls I a
In, The Circuit ourt Eighth LockIng I 9 aCE
'of fa .d as follows: m Maim Oil hand I. fold ,
Judicial Circuit Florida Certificate No.. 47. Year of. NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT JOQ49N Hat for pocking.250W .
For Bradford County

CASE NO. msn Description of Property; : Beg PROPERTY TAXES '
NORA PLYNffiX;Plaintiffvs' 100' W of SE Cor of a 2A As provided Chapter 20724. P
Tract In SW-l/4 of NW-l/4 of Acts 'of 194U notice Is hereby {
ALVIN C. PLYMEL Defendant With Purchase of r
NE-1/4 then N 100'. W 100', given that mtaiwlble oersonal r
NO PROPERTYTO S 100, E 100' to Beg See 16, property; taxes assessed for A 17 Ft HOMO Kit. *r

ALVIN C..PLYMEL T-6-S,.R-22-E.: mi are now\ delinquent and beginning your furnitur* by With Purchase of 7 Nth Purchase d

YOU: ARE kHEREBY!: NOTIFIED Name In which assessed Thomas April lit such taxes. ml-Inq or matchlna color t. + Don's Dickie Stan's Walk Shorts
Discount Company. are drawing Interest at one
DIVORCE Work Pants
that adaction for 100 Super line
has been filed against AU of said property; being per cent per month plus the Wh! .hop .t. X'IT cotton/ Wash 'N

you and you are.''required to abet the Florida.County; .of Bradford,State proportionate cost of publishing $ Purchase Eagle With Purchass of & soil r alas.%. handsom.p/olds.fabric/ In

serve a copy of your written Unless such certificate or this notice. Unless the amounts Bassbalfitovos SonflassssAviator 359rpolrnr.r,65 dcolors. SIua79ro/1.1
defense., If any to it. on the set opposite each 1 .Sii 29/42
certificates shall be redeemed
plaintiffs attorney,whose name. according to law the property; name below are paid before the All Uother. ,1 Mirror typ. 1 L
and address Is Honorable Lex described In such certificate1'' 1st day of May 1972. tax executions Padded and Impact mist rr rs /
Green, 132 N. Court St..Starke will Issue thereon and shaped heel. ant gloss Unt, Py' F rt
Fla. 32091 and file the origin or certificates will be sold to be delivered to the sheriff for Sohollao m.tol rims + ,
the highest bidder at the courthouse ther binding I p
a1 with the clerk of the above' levy: upon any property; real, *
styled court on or1 before Monday door on the first Monday personal or mixed belongings, 1111111 1

May 8th 1972i otherwise In Month of May. 1972. which to the taxpayer, for unpaid tats r\I+Iwi+lw y., 4t
a ,dadgelnentanay' be entered Is the lat day of May. 1972. penalties and additional
against ;you Ior dIe relief demanded Dated this 13th day; of March costs. The names of delinquent

In the complaint\ t., or 1972.GILBERT' BROWN Intangible personal property;

panties taxpayers and the amount of 9
WITNESS !my ITaemd and >the Clerk of Circuit Court of t 0i,; Ir'r sofa PucAaae d Nib PIa'cIIaM II
taxes Including the cost of advertising 'i Boys' Flare .
.seal of said ,Court on April Bradford County; Florida. and penalties tie Mans Ladles Vllrl
are M 100% cotton itrlpe. I
7.ALBERT mt 4/6 4t 4/27' follows. v Four button hoot. I'Ilawe '
S BROWN Cruce Gertrude IL78Emanuel. 'f Fonts"
; "Foncy ,h 1 Smart election
As Clerk of said Court IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Bernard L78 > FroaporrhpackNe of styUs and
Byj Betty Edwards COURT OF BRADFORD Hacker,, Eugene. *> Grace; I With Purchass ef 5Y + toroe belt loops. ""' cal....
As Deputy Clerk. COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PRO 13.32 With Purchaso ofX" Llhtsr ...,n yr ; S I 11 e S from 4 to 1. e ,,,

(Court Seal) BATE NO. 1-1896 Hankerson, WlEle 2.23 X 60 Fsst Garten Hosos Nirdpodm.bruth '

4/13 4t 8/4 In Re: Estate of ROBERT L. Johnson, Frederick D. 2.30 100% Heavy duty vinyl, with ',nl.h '"" I I'- '
BATTEN Deceased. Phillips Ernest T. L80 brass coupling, delivers 420 A suf light In
NOTICE OF FILING FINAL REPORT Rose, Minis V. 1.67 anions per hour, 1 ',


Notice Is hereby given' that Notice is hereby given that I Bradford County; Florida 1 MSg u ,a- 'o tkk 1 F4 ., vamp.Beige woven Foam straw cushloned < lary-

the unoerslgneoYtinoer be provision have filed my: final report u It rs'P l
of 20,953 Laws of Florida Executor of the Estate of ROBERT ''; r Slies 1 to 10

Acts oflML will re ia- L. BATTEN deceased,.
ter with the Clerk of the Circuit that I have filed my application IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF ? CLIrtlNedktlf

Court; in ,and for Brad- for distribution and for final FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL Nith Purchase: of r irrW -1dsu x'wr
ford County Florida,upon proof discharge, and that on 10:00 CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR .rNIK1 N '
; E Z Pour Foil y '" .
of"this'notice a.m.Ma.1. 15 1972. I will apply BRADFORD COUNTY ,, !p e $ .i e 4 With Purchase of
to the Honorable THERONA. Tl 'aiJ Wes K. Nhh rk ,rrp rarrlh, MM'.LptNfN4 h/e.
of t&Tnctitior name> <* NaDFlo..ny.I..H *dvln) saving .q 3} r
YAWN, .County Judge of CIVIL ACTION product Dlifotabfs or raves. 1 ;t '' HI-top, comfortob/ ...../
W. Madlr '
: sons d last sokts H
ale l't'fait. anar crepe
u The Marriage of DORIS y
Bradford County Florida for re:
son St snider Which we. are 'shi'p a d edahly .-s, Y r i Tan arty 7/l
engaged In __ble... approval of said final returns ANN DAVIS Wife, and y
George awStapsoeandDolbrL. and for &II'Order of 'Distribution RUSSELL EARL DAVIS JR.-

Simpson faMnraersX 238 8. and for final discharge Husband r 'tlrESl.eor.Ie prk4

Walnut, St.. Stark*. Florida. u Executor of the Will of Dissolution of Marriage
Dated this Hat day of March ROBERT 1.. BATTEN' ,.. de- NOTICE OF SUIT
A. D. 1972 at saa.... Bradford ceased. TO: RUSSELL EARL DAVIS.
Dated lids 12th day of April J YOU ARE ,

4/2tfq:re 1972. NOTIFIED that a
EARL RAY BATTEN Petition for Dissolution of .

4204U/11 Marriage has been filed against .

Bid: PENS.I'"' f-8&$ Point Re.. '. .-1- ', : you and ;you are-.'required ,
.TYPEWMTER 'pfct/; I
:-BradtordJCounUr TeaEARED EZEHASE to serve a copy of your
an_. : per. Notebook Fillers. -Bradford Answer or Pleading to the Petition .
Sf County; Telegraph* on the Petitioner's at- SATISr ACTIOM GUARANTIID O* YOUR MONlY 1ACIC


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Sets Meeting SAVE tNTy .''I'

April 24thFrank Ei t mmm i mm mam m iiii ,

Williams, elected President -. ..- e e e : r"
of Board of Directors of
CUBS Economic Agency .
the regular monthly meeting: Li Winn-Dixie responded to consumers' growing alarm over rising prices
on March 27, will pr.aldeattsnext
meeting to be held Monday by putting a price freeze on all meat and grocery items. .

Defense April ' 8 p.m.In the civil We'd like to thank the many suppliers who have joined us in our fight, promisingnot '::1

Other officers elected the to raise prices to us. ''j

March 27 meeting are Elder Over the past 20 years, the cost of living has gone up tremendously. Rent has*
Richard Farmer of Glen St. LL .
Mary, Vice President; Mrs. ) increased 57%; medical care 128%;. clothing has gone up 58%. I u"' ..
Margaret. Moore Orange
Park, Secretary, and Mra.Aroelto The cost of food has increased too; in fact 43%, but not nearly as much a\ these

Treasurer.Allen Lake Butler, ry other things. In fact, 20 years ago, 23% of your total income was spent for food.; :

which Clay did County's not; field District any candidates 2,.- F 'REEF pEO' Today it's only 16V2% and food is better packaged, better quality, and there is' a '

In the February elections greater variety. Food is still a goqd buy and Winn-Dixie's pledge is to keep it :.a>
of represen- "
tatives to the CUBB Board, -l .\good buy. ': .
elected Tom Davis of Green PRICES GOOD THURS. THRU WED. APRIL 26 :
Cove Springs In a special elec- APRIL 20 ,,,
tion April II, thus completing !
the required one-third low-" t
Income population board re- v W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE DELICIOUS
presentation. The following recently -

tatives will appointed also assume represen-their : $
board duties at Monday's meetIng .- .
; Government, Garnet Duke, % % r STEAK SALE
Worthington Springs; Nell Kirk 1 k728WD
land, Baker County; Commission _
; Edgar Crawford, Division
of Family Services, Lake Butler .- BRAND US. CHOICE t
; VernonSllcox,Starke City;
Council;' Civic, Glen Howard CHUCKSTEAK ; Quantity Rights .
Lake Butler Rotary Club;Nor. Reserved .
man Johns, Macclenny Lions .. .,j
Mrs. W.II. Milton, Mac WINN DIXIE STORES. INC. (
clenny Woman's Club. 1972PORTERHOUSE .
All regularly scheduled meetIngs .- c
of the CUBE Board of DIr- aA
ectors, held on the fourth Monday T-BONE
of each month are open to j.
the public. Interested'citizensare
Invited to attend and participate J YI/NM CLUB '
In the Public Forum 88 CHOICE LE.
section of the meeting If they s;
wish to do so. LB.





Senior Citizens Club .
members are elated that the
Bradford County; Fair was a

members success this have year.been Many 111 of In our the Q Qae Boneless as a

past few njonths) and some of J9 $119 9'8

them completed'In didn't get time their, but projects the displays } O C u. S. CHI C IB. C ;
In our booth were very rEa u. r L rE
colorful and well worth see- ,, :
Ing. We were awarded 8 Blue,
6 Red and I White ribbons.Our W-D BRAND PURl THRIFTY MAID 1 R UPTON.

around booth tenders because had those to unableto switch GROUND BEEF SUGAR TEA BAGS

attend short had be Thanks replacedon are rgeobvtts

extended to all participants. IBS. $$
((1O )
It was also unfortunate that -1
Mary Allen caught a severe .799) : L
cold which prevented her from $ .
fulfilling completely her annual I Jt r
night time stint., We are grate- 48'1
ful to the County; Fair mana- j ) 48-CT.
gement and also our sponsor PKG.: 23 1
John A. Torode, Shell Oil Corp. PKG.
Marian Batchelder went Into
Alachua General Hospital this
week for surgery Margaret .

further returned treatment to the hospital her for 38CSAVI Charcoal. 20 IB SSe Strawberries 3 $100
Lilly Johnson Is recuperating on hip. Large Eggs
nicely and Flossie Prescott had 29c.ASTOR FRUIT SAVE 40c-DEEP SOUTH FRESH FRESH FLORIDA ,

be a short good spell to see of them Illness all it Cocktail . 4 NS 88C Cuke Chips 4 13 MRS 01. $100 Oranges . 5 ;:*;;S9c

God speed! ,
getting very close serious consideration Fruit Pies 3 JO.01. $100 "
Tomatoes 4 88C =
In Congress. This Is CANS PIES POUND,
. another name for a new Fed .
eral Sales Tax to be imposed.It
Is very Infalr to the elderly Cake Mixes '"S2 BreadSTOUFFERS 5'01.1OAF.
38C 2
because we are living on money r e e . 10e Cabbage . HEADS33C
which was taxed when we earnedIt

will tantamount and be now taxed to the a again.wage same This cut: money and Is . PKO. 24C Lasagna .. . 21 PKOELI. 'a... $139 Orange Juice 3 QUARTS '$100

furthers the agony of inflation .
It Is now almost six months
since the White House Conference ASTOR ALL PURPOSE AURORA U.S. No. 1 REGULAR
on Aging and little
has been done on the question -
and disabled.of relief for the aged COOKING BATH TISSUE POTATOES

DrArthur Flemming, at a
sub-committee hearing on the ((2O-LBI )
aging held by the Senate Com-

was mittee Welfare proceeding,on stated Labor and that and will Public action continue 88C)18 n.::
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Senator for Kennedy 60 to 90 remarked days more.that 68 @a ': .". 4 2-ROLL $1 1 @ 10 VENT.VU

Congress has about 3:I months BOTTLE PKGS. BAG
left in this session and If we t .
have to wait for another 60 to .
90 days It will be very unrealistic ,Ii ..... t
to expect Congressto

.. hope the do Security two than its months work an; Increase payments correctly time and within Social We a KOTEXt\\t \\ BUTTER \, MEAT DINNERS 1 i iti

National Health Act Is not being .
delayed to create a political \ )
gimmick elections for this the year.November We hear .- : I $ : 1.1?

of The the elderly Impatience have of been youth.very 24CT.PKO. 68: @ 1lB. 68' L3t l-oz.:. 1 @ i

''r'. long patient enough.Our but. we have .waited ::.0".1 PKOS.
next meeting, will be (' ) i ,1
k Tues. April 25, 1 p.m, Pratt ..

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U SingleJ omen Have Plenty Slow Drivers Starke Radars::! Honor Society Co. D To Train

: To Chose From In Bradford Not Always Hits Initiates 25
; \\! Speeders

, Mwriag-mlna! liUgleglrle the State of Florida It Is 24.4. The Safest At Bradford Hi At Camp plan' ding
: are advised that Bmtford County percent men and 18 percent Starke's Police Department i; .
U harborlng-a' 'surplus of women. is continuing ltd crack down '
i Ingle men. according to the According to reports from Slow drivers are not nec.sverily with speeders on city; streets. Twenty-five Bradford Ittgh Local Cuard unit CompanyD t Company D (MainO Is authoXlze'sf -
i latest marital data gathered tor the National Center tor Health safe drivers, according Since March 22nd when the seniors were Initiated Into BUS will attend annual I training ; ; to enlist a few additional
the U. S. Census Bureau. Statistics and others, the time- to"Th(the Florida Highway Patrol.nhraild police received their radar chapter of the National Honor alomr with other Florida National inen; .though they have a full
. Figures Indicate that there honored Institution of marriage ulnwer drhmr In unit. 33 speeding tickets have Society; Thursday, April 14, and v Guard units of the 53rd cqra,>)ement at this time Per-
are two single men for every Is here to stay. Despite keep traffic conditions mjnd; been Issued by city patrolmenand officers were elected Tuesday, Infantry Brigade at Camp hqia.1terested should visit the
,, single In Bradford Coun: objections to It from some antiestablishment and avoid blocking the flow oftraffic "a tremendous number of April 18. Blanding on Thursday April 27, local( armory,
ty. The number of single men groups, it Is moving' at normal warnings have been given." Joe Scanlan was elected pre as members of the advance de- .
and boys over the age of U more popular now than at anytime speeds," says Col. Eldrlge According to Police Officials, sident. Leo Hardonbrook vice- tachment. The advance detach- jtl'', e .
come to I.M3, while the number In the nation's history. Beach, FHP director. tickets are only being given In president Linda Powell secretary ment will make plans and preparations 't t,Women officials// in prof.-/
of tingle women and girls The figures! show that the Florida law forbids drivingat the extreme cases. Warnings Joan Hinson treasurer, for the arrival of "jionol sports could moke the
In that age bracket is only number of weddings taking such slow speeds as to Impede have numbered in excess of and Doris Overstreet as re- the other units April 30. nirtnt, a Rate more gfntlt.4bout .
973. place, per 1,000 population Is or block the normal move- porter.Inducted. The annual parade will be \ : the worst thing they
This refers solely to persons greater than It had been In ment of traffic, except when reduced 100."I have given ten to fifteen Into the honor society conducted on Friday afternoon might, t / would be: "liberate
who have never been the last 20 years speed Is necessary for warmings myself," one patrolman Thursday wera: Jimmy May 5th and all personnel except married. Not Included are those However, contrary to the sit safe operation or In compliancewith said, "And 1 haven't Andrews, Terry Brown Uona 1 those on special duty; will
who have been divorced. orwld- uation that prevailed in the the law. Minimum speed on even written out a ticket." Christopher, Stella Costello! have Saturday and Sunday off
owed. 1960's, when a large proportion expressways Is 40 mph and According to the police, they Nancy Crews, Beverly Crowell, (May 6th and 7th). PADCINATINGI.
The ratio of single men to of the brides and many of slower traffic should keep rightat have centered their attentionon Kay Roger Eunice, ]Herbert Leon Dicandio The local unit! will have about '
Ingle women locally 200 to the grooms were teen-agers, all times on multiple lane St. Clair and Orange. They Green, Soletta Hall, Lee 150 officers and enlisted men I '?th.q
100-- Is greater than In many marriage are now tadngplace highways. have also been working the Hardonbrook, Vicky; Henry, Given Award attend. Members of the unit
areas of the country. The U. S. at a later age- a median of 'Slower drivers should keep radar unit on Adkins Washington Joan Hlnson MargaretJackson who have not completed active -
average Is 117 to 100, while 23.3 years for men and 20.8 watch In their rearview mirror Water, and SR-100. Richard Kirkland, Doris Over- For SalesEach duty training ((6 months enUst- ..!...,
I In the Southern States It Is years for women the Com- and Increase their speed to that Speeding tickets are costing street Linda Powell, Norms ed Reserve training) will not n,..:.
: 122 to 100. merce Department states. of the normal flow of traffic defendants $21 for a first of- Redding, Ester Romero Joo attend the annual training with -,,: ,
In general, throughtout the The current marital picture within the speed limit, or pull fense. Scanlan Darlene Stephens, year the Flowers Baking the unit. : ..pI
United States 28.6 percent of In Bradford County; shows a off the roadway when they see Bonnie Trisler, Mike White, ('0. of Jacksonville parti- The unit win!! oe In the Administrative ..:.. ;t>)1 v ..
the men over 14 are single and total of 3,387 men and 3,146 traffic piling up behind them," Ralph YaggI, and Judy Young. cipates with the Jacksonville Bivouac Area A M" "
22.4 percent of the women reports women over. ,14 In the marred the director said.Talent Chapter of Sales and Market- duriiig, tho training except for I N,11A11SON\\
the Census Bureau. In '1wnn.I Historical ing Executives In selecting a four days of lie( second week ,
Yawn Discusses Ulsttngulfihed Salesman Award during which they will be in ,Q.o<: ..
Group Meets winner to represent the company a tactical bivouac area. ;1I20..
Millions Of Vets May Lose From 11 1. Court Structure at their annual meeting. Members of the unit! will spend .

I GI 7:30 Tonight This year, Leon Dicandio, Jr., most of their time in mainten- netRriME
Educational Benefits States At Folk With Civitans (of Starke, was selected for this ance work such as repairing ; ( COI.OSSKIJMY : WAS
honor. Jeeps trucks, weapons, radios, Y)>; .- AT THE TIME
Millions of veterans may lose by the 1974 expiration date. Included Randy NlmnlcM historic preservationist Twenty; Civitans heard guest Mr. Dicandio has been the and other Items that are in ,{A wlnsseum, which holds 50,000sjWii'nrs
part or all of their GI educa- FestivalGuest with the Florida spanker County Judgo TheronA. .: Sunbeam Bread salesman In need of repair for other units. ; Is nothing' unusual toifeiy -
are flight training, apprentice
Division of Archives, Historyand Yawn discuss the new ';m fact it would oorwid.ertid' I.
tional benefits If they don't act The unit will receive bp
and on-the-Job train- Starke for the past threeyears,
the Veteran Admin performers from a doyen Records Management, and state court structure recently !: the small side
promptly, imately $27,000 for the annual on for an
and farm train- and continues to improve his
ing, cooperative
states will Join Floridians Frank Fryman, archeologist
by Die legislature Tuesday Aniirlt-nri
istration passed .
sports center Thiswalltnt
warns. training period and tills is -
sales set He and
ing. These forms of trainingare over goals.
the oak-shaded state at with the Bureau of Historic
Odell W. Vaughn ,Director on morning at their weekly the amount paid ) the case when the. Rome
Veterans Administration Regi available under the eight the Florida Folk Festival Sites and Properties, Talla- breakfast. his wife. June, were honoredat members of Die unit each Coduvm, was completed. onlyRtktiyears
year policy, until August 31, where 11 programs will be pre hassee, will be guest speakerat held by Flowers Quar-
onal Office, St. Petersburg There are now three circuit banquet ter for Inactive duty training niter' 'the death of4j1rts
plained that those whose bene- 1975, or eight years after discharge sented during the four-day en- a meeting of the Bradford Judges In the 8th district, according Baking Co. on April 7 at the periods conducted at the local :. The Romp ColnhKium'mvommndntc
whichever Is
fits are in danger were discharged later. tertainment extravaganza. This County Historical Society tonight to Judge Yawn. The Hilton Hotel In Jacksonville. ':oIIf" : 50,(XXI/ pore
VA records show that when year's 20th annual production (Thursday). The meet- The Dlcandlos and their two armory
between Jan. 31, 1955 new law permits six Judges "tarns n nd WitS considered an en-
and June 1, 1986. For these the 1966 law became effective will be held May 4' through 7 ing will be held In the Public for the district and seven county children Denise and Buddy, j\Ior"rlnlt; \ marvel of that' day
veterans, eligibility. for VA June 1, It made over four at the Stephen Foster Memorial Library at 730.: I; judges for the six counties. live on Reagent Road In Starke. '<(4'hl,Rome Colosseum WitS the
educational assistance pay- million veterans eligible for White Springs.The All members and prospective Alachua County will have two Panty HoseANY scene nf many battles bolworn,
ments for GI Bill schooling expires benefits and of this number, wide range of talent to be members of the Historical Soc- because of their greater population. e gladiators, The ruins of the onenwl -
on May 31, 1974, whether about three million have not presented Includes: lety are Invited to attend this SIZE! ANY SHADE Colosseum still exist lod.iy
they are enrolled at that time used their benefits or have --Bob and Evelyn Boers, meeting and bring Items of Interest Yawn said that the Judges A British doctor says the despite the act that .the years
or not. "r I.IT:::."** used only part of them. recording and TV artists from for a "show and tell" will have a chief Judge to assign less you hiuoke the IBM you $3.00 Per pro ? hove taken !their toll of the struc
The expiration date Is fixed About 300,000 of this group Petersburg, N.Y;, who have delighted session after the program. cases and he will have .nor The cigarette addictsays lure. The ruins are one of the
In at the FFF audiences for this Is probably !true became $$2.00 Per Pr.? NO
by a 1966 law which,.for the are training present the authority to switch Jud- major ., tourist: attractions in
f rif tfffltf, extended ellblblllty; time. Total enrollment ,under many years with their singingand Day Care CenterTo ges to various counties as dIe If be didn't smoke he Jl.OO Per Pr.? Romp.
for education benefits to H>st the GI Bill In January of this playing. workload warrants. get to sleep. ..-Wp'cren'I' offer any historic at-
veterans with service year was over' one million .-Jean and Lee Schilling of Be. Topic 'lr n'lions-only fair and courlcoft -
Korean bringing to three million the Cosby, Term., who are recog-
after Jan. 31, 1955. Each veteran Guaranteed \ ,;'*urvic*, Visit u*. today /and
number of beneficiaries who nized as two of the loading Pt: .
has eight years In whichto At Apr. 20 MeetA 2 $1YES runpimw! I Every customer Is ImPV4nl"
have received training under the exponents of Appalachian mountain -
use his benefits. Normally, /* to us. There arc noall"
current GI Bill. music and folklore. They TERMITE CONTROL
"w. .re! "big' to
the eight years are computed
[ will beheld
Veterans earn one and one- sing with dulcimer and recorder Community Meeting
from the date ,of.)lIs, release UIl(1.( 'i1u
half month.oteducatlonal benefits accompaniment. at 7:30: tonight (Thursday ContllluousCantracts
from military service. But because for each month of millary -Sonle Malklne, Parisianborn ) at the Neighborhood Ser- :'
the benefits were not service, up to a maximum of 36 folk singer, whose lilting vice Center (old RUE school) Free Inspections &
available \until June I.1966,when months. Those who serve 18 voice and lute accompaniment In the Interest of establishinga HOUSE
the law became effective, the months or more are'entitled have teen heard on countless TV Day Can Center The Division Estimates OIIDA
eight years start from the date to the full 36 months.VA programs, as well as In concert of Family Services will wiaae donee
the benefits became available currently) pays veterans halls and at festivals. assist In the meeting.All ear OF MILO
before that
for tho.dlscbar ed with no dependents, attending -Jackie Me Cowan, Franklin parents who are Interested %"5754' G11110L 14'tr ,
Certain types of framing au- school fulltime $175'a month. Mich sinner and crultarlst who In day care for their chil- Lawte. FI2.:TFCItGt.a U.S.301 NORTH
orized for the first time on August Those with one dependent receive was a star In the 1971 FFF. dren are especially: Invited to 539 E. Call St. atla.aaar.aso..mii. .. ,
31, 1967, are not affected 205; with two dependents -Betty; Mnittf, Marietta, Ga., attend this meeting .PHONE 9647500t
$230 and those with more than who In the past nine years has .
; -erne -.- sloe -- -.. ai s. star -
two dependents, $13 for each three times won the ballad sinking -, : -; -; - -
A ,
J dependent 1 o'-'quallfr/er; over: two.educational as- competition AshevlQe' !1 FooH at the* prestigious 6tlval.- ,. .""I". \ "' '.tIl ...... )o...'-,.. -i' 1", "="' ... fif.P....."..' .. t;"L'"' .._ ,.. """.I',. I,

-Elliott Hancock widely
4 4 slUutcePcst| Korean veterans known dulcimer mttker-artlst lw4 "" "

and 'servicemen currently) on from Mountain View, Ark. t Join The Carrier'Comfort
active duty must have servedat Many other talented out-of- j ;;. :
least 181 days, any part of tate performers will be seen
it after Jan. 31 1955.
and heard at the May festival
I' Veterans separated for ser- t .
four of teen-
Including: groups
vice-connected disabilities also --. ".. '. ;
dancers .who have been ( ; '
axe < ; 1-r
I .
Aak are eligible for payments, regardless ,qwt, ," r
of length of service.VA applauded by FFF audiences ta a"r .: t
urged veterans Interested recent years. They are the Rutherford t .. ; 4rrNt 30 '
Charley rJohru i iE. I in educational benefits es- County Square Danoors ,, :', ..:. t, .....
". 'whose benefits from Murfreeboro, Tenn.; the ." ". .
peclaliy those .
: : q1 ? ?Tcp' : t
,, I expire In May 1974 to con- Smoky Mountain Cloggers and I
.'.. tact any of Its offices, or local Erwin High School Smooth Dancers ,
representatives of veterans from Ashevllle, N.C.; and 4L., ,
I service organizations the Organic School Dancers t t tt

from Falrhope, Ala. /..1o

About This) Q..oiu.. : College Degre e May Mean y

"A Milwaukee, banker and t r t tt

political .,J Jeader was ,sued $245,000 MOl e In Earnings

for $200,00< '" a Kbet action. -.
The: JII'IrY' .Awarded annual I t tt
; The lifetime economic difference education has an average .
'275.000.; (! :'Does thl? point\u'p today between a col- Income of $5,494 and lifetime art., ,
the need f for excess f Tl or',.umbrella lege degree and a high school (45 years) Income of $247,230. Ii S
l liability insurance education Is $245,205. A person with eight yearsof I I : t tt
Between are an elementary education has an average e
for business and profeRhional school and a high school diploma annual Income of$6,95landllle-
pgoplea.I ; lifetime earning differential -
a time Income of $312,795; one t tt
t L'
Is pegged at $137,340.The to three years In high school. .;
statistics, compiled recently -
Charley E- :$8,454 and 38u,430; fourjears .
by the U.S. Census Bur- In high school, $10,003and r,: oo t
JOHNS AGENCY eau, Illustrate dramatically the $450,135; one to three years t I
direct financial payoff betweena In college, $11,314 and $509- :
worker's earnings and his 130 and four or more years of :
131 So Walnut fJt
education.The and $695,340.
.... K*-50TO figures show that a per- college The census$15,452 Bureau reportedthe

son with zero to seven years of average yearly Income of < 'l l

'a household today Is $9,544. o

I Total Centra! And Air i .
First Few MinutesOf Heating Conditioning I :,
RainDangerousTo ,t o
MONEY WHEN WE INSTALL AIR dangers created t ,

I Florida's frequent spring and .!
< summer rain showers double I oI
T chances of motorists Involved t
being .
1. The All New Chrysler Airtemp In traffic crashes, says J. '

I unit Is The Best The Market Has. rain the"The Florida shower first are few Highway the minutes most Patrol.haz-ota t Add On-2 Tons Off Air Conditioning To YourSysiomv .; )tt

2...,;Only Expert: Air Conditioning ardous for driving. It Is during

Men Will Install No Trainees this period that the grease, t' t tt
-A rubber and oil combine with water t ww iff
to create an invisible A INSTALLEDForAsLitfleAs
I 3.: Cow Overhead Assures You danger. Drivers should Immediately

.' Of The Lowest Possible Price reduce speed t t tt
(' and double following distances -
when tho rain begins,"

1icy Not CaU Ui Today For ector says Col.of the Eldrige Patrol.Beach, dir- t t tt

Free!'Survey 01 Your Need Intern ...Yoe and curves are
most hazardous as vehicles lose

"FMOMI f&4-8363 traction with the pavement due t t tt

to the buildup from extra wear C Ncw And Avoid The Rush Phone 954-7701
at those locations.
I We Service AU Make

......... Thirteen percent of Florida's t
-- '
'fatal accidents occurred'
traffic CC!> :
; on wet roadways last year, oc- aU'HOIIZfDHfarlNC& AlICONDtrlONINCDfamCiD/
cording to patrol records. ,
irtemp'"Of: "Our patrol officers are |1

usually very bush during the
early part of rain showers investigating -
t Io.
alone should Indicate that driving -
: In rain U hazardous and
should be Incentive enough for 'Io o1 t
motorists to take additional o. u IIJdJsoa.trHt. :: Sbrke, Florida

MMOWMUi ITMUfU. safety precautions" when the r ..... .IS .. a.. ...... .e..e. .... ___ ..
rains begin Col. Beach said ;

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Chambers To Talk. .(from Pago 1))

(From Pov.Au1llorlzecl Bd.. 1)) : : give planning, to development Board Member J.L. Peek said -;; 'StW- ;

tile sale funds tor water, sewerage and the Rotary Club's recent :
parcel of land It didn't Industrial park developments. Rural-Urban Day chicken dinner -
On proved that "people think
it owned on the old Kl work If
"We must together .
of when
more they
Lake Road parallel to .4 we are to be successful In securing have to for It." A 50-
east of starlet -tor $50. o pay t.t t.
thee funds. This la a
!, cent ticket was charged tor the
the t
surrounding ;
vital need of our area and couldbe chicken dinners, which
owned by Roland Stern. kicked off by a complete previously
cendent of Harry economic study .of. northeast were given free. Pro- I.I I
gave tile land to the Florida." fits went to the boy scoutpro- t }
1913 for the .
board la gram
In other action last Thurs-
Randolph School that day, the Chamber Board: --Was told ChamberExec. t tt
briefly wed. Stern,
John Myers that the 1972
Attorney George Pierce, _Heard letters rtad/ from fair county t
to regain title to the for the erection of Lt, Cov. Tom Adams, who Is year's exceeded paid admission.the previous Mrs.
to clear title to Ms ; also director of the Florida .t
state tanners market Lillian Pearson, Chamber sec ig t
Pierce said he was expected to be award. Department of Commerce: Sen. retary In charge of selling! t
Stern would pay 130: to th next few with Bob Sanders, and Rep. Wayne
days: exhibit for the fair was
i, space
d 't ,
the title. 6 4 1 fib all supportingthe
Consiructtoo Company Holllngsworth? Riven SDontaneous applause by
The board Is Heights apparently: 1 Chamber's request for a board members when they heard tThfi1i t tt
dispose by best means at$65,474. continuation of'1I1e funding of she sold)M-Hni in exhibit space,
>peril> ; worth less than the Department of Tourism, ,
K Kopelousos said. The ; opening was conducted within the Department of Com- the the most.Chamber ever. After Is expenses to, A tt t
at the Bradford Coun expected
The In Its
measured 85 by 235 feet. merce. Legislature
Building Other realize a little more than$1,000 t
closing days, passed a bill continuing II
profit from the fair.
on the project were: the Department of Tour-
Construction Co.$66I .- } __Heard Jaycee PresldentEl- tt t
I Construction Co.. Ism.Was Calf Scram-
.c told the zle Sanders report that the new t
1 I1f; aJ'am ( ; and Diversified In .. .., .... ble beef raffle during the recent junior chamber now has 31 JOHN E. WATSON, HI
'" Corp..$109,344. ,. .: ,...;1ar.- "U",1. ,, ;'r... 1! county; fair cleared $800 active members."I I thas
opened by C.I. Klo. but was less than expected since
supervisor of f.<. several other donation drives feel we have a real strong I w. are pleased, to announce that John' E. Walton, III
c."C' Department of Gen- 1 .' were being carried out at the active organization now," San- II earned membership In our President's Club as a
were taken and A\\ same time. dory said He reported thatRo- result. of his outstanding performance in 1971. Mr.
/ with the award ... .. -. .. .. Discussed charging an entrance bert Foster, a Starke Jay- I Watson produced wall over one million dollars In new ,
.y I the contract expected) fee for the 1972 calf cee, has been elected district sales In 1971 and his excellent record provides an
ten days. TM agriculture exhibit and 1971) Strawb.rry Queen scramble, but took no action. vice-president pro-tern. accurate measure of the high quality of his. serviceto t

Allen, manager of the Anne TerwIIUaar pak well for Bradford County. The .... I his clients and friends.
Farmers Market, said good are oil homo grown Including Queen Anne.
bid was not much blg- G.COLMERY JR. t tt

GARACESALE .finds available for the False. (From Page 1)) DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home t WILLIAo ASSOCIATESI
April 27, 28. 299A.M.To5P.M. Confession
announced that the usual
Jacksonville Fla.
auctions sale held' ties coordinated DeCregory'sVisit been missing since last Nov STARKE t 4019 Woodcock Drive. t tt
will not
farmers to the wooded area Wed- 3 and no trace of her has been
this season due to the found. PIIONE 964.6200KEYSTONE The Guardian u" Insurance
Call nesday.
150 W. St.
and to the
faculties "The very nature of this case Once local authorities started Company of America- t
(Formerly McDuff.) volume of berries pro Is that you check out every talking to DeGregory, hiconfessed t
I this year. lead" Deputy; Reddish says Reddish says HEIGHTSPHONE 201 Park Avenue South
Sponsored By call for a 50 by 127- DeGregory was originally "We started going after those N.w York, N. Y. \
and concrete building
rested six weeks ago In Vo- things which only the person 471.3176:
Home Life Dept. the old wooden mar- lusla County for the Charlotte, who did It would know,' ....
Starke Woman's which was des- N. C. killings. "He was Just dish points out; plus any physical -
by Ore of an evidence.
somebody else we started talkIng -
last year. to." Reddish says, In the "Our only conclusion at this .
Please Call meeting: was held by Sheriffs' Department's continuing point Is that he didn't do It'

If you have Whittle, chief of state and unflagging probe of the People ordinarily think of i a
two murders and the missing confession as telling all about
Markets: Samuel
for pick-up something with complete familiarity -
Evans Gainesville n rter
who drew up me girl.Mrs.. Bobble L. Turner, 38, the deputy sheriff points m wn THIS WEEK
Proceeds for .
Bradford County Com- and Miss Patricia Marr 23, out. "There Is no evidence other d
.f Building : Ralph Bryan, Brad of Melrose, were shot to death than he says he did It to substantiate -
Agent Bobby L. last Nov. 3 In Nell's Beauty! ; his confosslon. Our ONLY!
c..r aQltlt and Shop. Investigation has been very Intensive -
Valerie Mrs. Turner's ."
(! Shi Smith. daughter and a student at KH Reddish stresses that the paints :,

State SankAe ; ------------ High, was In the beauty shop.A missing girl and the two murders -
truck driver reported seeing i
BASIC PROBLEM Is still very much un- j
two men and a girl! walkIng None of the rumors
.*mU Now !....,.J be that It never occurred toward a blue Chevroletcar solved. Height- jj
around Keystone
T.$2OOOO by Wright brothers that flying
1'-.1 0.-. ; would ever be at about the hour the killings about the case has any foundation -
the took place. The girl has as far as he knows, Deputy -
worth' hijacking.
; Reddish says. He stresses //j
--- ---------------------. that: the Investigation Into
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: Bradford County's; most puzzling -
murder and abduction case
1 Is continuing unabated.

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I Berries Go ...I

To Market. !
r '. .
1 1a
(From Page 1))

HEY three more weeks." Cartel
says he has sold berrle this
/. '.. year at $4 and, sometimes I.
YOU'RE < 1 $5 per nat. .
1 a Since the rain and In peak ,
,... production berry prices have
(STANDING ON declined, ranging this past weel
] from $2.50 to $3.50 per flat
C to the grower, primarily because .:. > .. '.7 GOOD nUAL1TY'INTERIOR

YOUR GLASSES//// compete local with berries cheaper must CaU-now '

fornla and Louisiana berries ::: LATEXWhite
The 46 acres of berries a- : R )
round the Lawtey area consti-
tute the major berry growing
I area In the county this year.
1 1I 1t Carter thinks berry acreage and Colors. EVERY 2ND

will decline sail lurttier next
I year, but he says: TP perfeCt Fast drying. GALLON
"I'm going to plant berries
next year and the ones I'm
> shipping for now say they
I will." <
A four acre patch owned by

t You're Not. : Short-Sighted, If You Put 1 W.the only 11. Hayes berries at In Brooker that part Is riot ,. Regular

of the Hayes Into
county. runs a } pahtt ,

10% Of; Your Earnings Into ASAVINGS his"you Florida plck'em"90 berries.operation He say with Flat Wa 11 S99tls

he found out four years ago .N
that Florida 90's wouldn't hold '
ACCOUNT up under shipping as they
should. That's when his "you a NO
AT 1 pick 'em" operation was start- NetCa, raC"e GAL.
ed.Most LIMIT
housewives picking his tlnt-wlo.?
FIRST FEDERAL 90's, Hayes says, prefer the
tart Florida berry to the more
bland California variety.
1 Carter, on the other hand,
1 When You Want To Buy A Home Take 1 pushes the Sequoia: MARY CARTER'S .;, .1. '
"Once they eat Sequoia, they ..
A Trip, Or Send Your Son To College, I won't go back to the 90. But

1 You'll Be Glad You Saved Regularly. 1 every to plant man what has he the wants privilege to." LATEX HOUSE PAINTQuality

Carter no longer buys 90's,

1 claiming after his buyers saw Latex House Paint for Wood,
,. the Sequoia they didn't want I
1 to go back to the 90. Masonry, Metal. Fast Drying, Economical. 1
In First 1 1I "You eat some of them You ::
Savings Deposited be the Judge," Carter chal-
lenged a Telegraph reporter,
Federal promising he'd donate $100 to Regular
f Earn From 5-6% the Cancer Fund If the reporter :
could prove to him the appearance C
-:"I 1 and taste Is '
f Per Annum superior 99

With Earnings Companded Quarterly 1 to that of the Sequoia. .
Sequoia plants cost $15 per $5 :
: thousand to $10 for 90's, Car

: Passbook And Certificate Savings ter says, but he advises farmers If PER GAL. e
to plant Sequoias even
they do cost $300 per acre s A
In ByfhelOth Earn From Theist 1
1 more to grow because of the EVERY 2ND GALLON
.plants. A grower recovers that -
I cost In one picking, the Lawtey %
We Pay State'Intangible Tax On Savings Invested Here. shipper notes, then has time to u'
make money on a berry which ONL Y. OAU ON Mee MAnY
I markets better and produces . ....._..
.,. longer.
1 I 0.>.HOOK.....n TAwr. -, .... M :3,.., 1 Last year Carter grew half
i rd.... ... M Si M e... 90'. and half SeqUOia. It was
l..d ct 1
I ClFIRST ....... a better growing season than

the current one, he notes, and
I FEDERAL the Sequoia's out produced and MARY CARTER 'PAINTS
had better quality than the 90's.
: Savings and Loan Association of Stark This year with all Sequoia'sand

1 -w a Carter much worse has produced growing more season 102 E. Brownlee St. Phone 964-7025

... ". TILIPHOMI M4-SOOO .... berries than with his combined
w )lSW..GlIO.UT. varieties last And, he
T/MS Home Of Soring: I year
I .
stresses there are green berries -
on tine bushes.
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i I a I I Ih I Bradford Weight Lifters

i* ring Home State TitleBradford


brought home High the strongmen Class AAA tickled All to death," added Hurse. Brad Carter took first place season team were Leonard Sapp at Tampa.
seven participants from
state championship In weightlifting Starke placed In the meet. BHS to the 180 pound weight class Mike Gaskins, Bob Dyal Craig Weight lifting Is the newest
lifting 655 pounds In the three Starling Gray Flynn Ronnie
high School In Floridaand
competition Saturday In lifters had 29 points for first lifts. Chuck Norton sport
Gainesville, the first state place. Buchholz was second placed sec- Hall. Stanley Crawford. Allen Is taking a little while ;
ond with 590
title the Tornadoes have won with 28 points. Eastsldo 25 pounds. Norton, and Billy Bigham. to net under way. Coach Hurse
I In1 since the 1966 football champ. Lake Wales 6, and Green Cove Dennis Crawford lifted 590 "I was pleased In the with the" performance says. Dennis Crawford Brad \I

\ ionships. with five points were the five pounds to take first place In Coach Hurse. "You meet, said Carter. Gray Flynn Wayne
a BUS placed I0th In overall top placers. the 198 pound class. He was bottom dollar that can bet Tetstone, and Wayne Lambusall 'I
your will '
state competition Including Stuart Strickland grabbed the only placer In that class be in Winter Haven next we yearto lifted last year and will I
Class 4A schools. The win from BHS.Forced .
still have another to
third year
place In the 123 pound defend "
gives BHS a 3-2 season record. class lifting a total of 400 to compete In the our championship. lift next year as seniors.
"Our kids did a rood( lob and pounds for BHS. heavy weight Cover 198 rounds) This Is the first year that "I will try to expand this
didn't have but five schools to class Randy Gasklns proved he Class 3A and 4A schools have program as much as possibleand
compete with" stated Coach Wayne Lambus placed third Is a powerful 165 pounds as he been separated for weight lift open It to anybody In the
David Hurse. lifting 555 pounds and Wayne lifted 545 pounds for second ing.Last school" said lIurse.
7f we hadn't won It some- Tetstone place among the big boys. year nine 3A schools
body else would have so we're took fourth place lift participated In the state competition -
550 Other lifters the
ing pounds. on regular In Hlllsborough High


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Harold Bishop receives championship trophy from Pro Horb Herres after win

,ing tho sixth annual Strawberry Invitational. At loft 'Is starter B.n Moxley. ( Stop SAIn

? a warm-up for the big
conference show-down Friday I'
Bishop Gets Solid night, Bradford thlnclads took I
; L first place In all but'three
events Tuesday night to crush
St. Augustine 131-53.

Interlachen High failed to
Strawberry GolfTournament show for the trl-meet
"It was an opportunity for
us to relax," Tornado Coach
George Loper said. "We were .
i also able to shift some of thokids ;)
Win around so that more would -
get In on the scoring. Some ,

.., of the younger kids really came '
through for us. ;
Firing a flve-under-par 67 tournament''which Is held an- Additional prizes were golf "Andrews did exceptionallygood
Saturday Harold (Blsh) Bishop nually. Ben Moxley was the balls, golf shirts golf shoes In the low hurdles witha
took the lead and was never starter of the match and Bob and other equipment. 20.6."
headed on his way to win the McRae the scorer. Other BUS results were:
sixth annual Strawberry invi- Next week the Starke Jay-
Winner of each -Pole vault: 1)) Steve Strick-
tational Golf Tournament at the received cees will sponsor a tourna-
land 1063) Jimmy ('au
a set of irons and the ment ; ley.
Saturday. The
Starke Colt and Country Club. on match
High Jump DJlnrny)
second : : Ricks
place men received a is open to all local members.
An even par round of 72 :set of woods. Third placers A Junior Golf 6-feet; 2) Tim Clark.
Sunday on the par-36 nine hole got golf bags. League will } -Long jump: I 1)) Levy Lennon -
begin again the first of May.1I4 t
192)) Malachi Henry
course kept Bishop a Starke R' ; ; I
; native now coaching at a Jack 3)) Tim Crews: 4)) Tim Clark. ,
a a -Shot pet 2) Parelon Mc'f,
oqyjHe high school .11the ,
j, "'"."._"lea ....A"frlple. bogla on} hum1her ; *'", Clellan 42-8-1/4; 3)) Curtis !

r". five hole probably cost the YI.a. J'"l" White.
KIngsley Lake resident a sec- er' i -Discus: I) White. H8-IO-1/4.
ond straight sub-par day. _. 4)) McClellan.
-120 High Hurdles: 1)) Andrews -
Bishop tallied his third To Seel l 15.3; 2)) Bernard Brown;
I straight Palatka's area tournament and Revenge 3)) Cauley.
Azalea Festival -4 -100 ye.; i 1)) Lennon 10.4; 2)
Bishop ended the Starke tour-
Anthony Hendrleth.Mile .
nament with a 67-72-139, three k I run: 2) Mark Hodges,
strokes In front Blue --
of second place Against Way e: 5:01.5; 3) Larry Paterson.

finisher Joe who Combs shot 69-73-142.of-Jacksonville Th. biggest crowd pleaier In Friday's moot was tho tlons of tho track. H. was (luckier than some of tho por -880 Relay/ : I) ItllS, team

Combs had seven birdies and 3,003 motor stooplo those. Bradford's Miko McRa. is tlcipants who fell faco down In tho murk.y wot.,.. of DeWitt Barber S've Jen-
three Lake Butler's baseballers eight. Larry Slater was the shown h.r. taking It kins, Hendrleth, ant Crews.
bogies. He also had a easy ono of tho more difficult por- -440 I 1) Vernon Bar-
will be for
double seeking revenge losing pitcher.
bogie and a total of 22
ber. 54.0 2) Tim Clark 3)
par holes In both days of match an earlier season loss Monday In the night cap Johnny ; ; J'
play., night as they square off withP. Woodley and DeWitt Grlffls both L\ BHS INVITATION James Chandler.
-180 L. II. 1)) Andrews 2)
Dave K, Yonge in a game which knocked In two RBI's apieceIn : ; l
Lester of Melbournewas Brown 3))
may well decide the Suwannee the second Inning as Lake ; Cauley. I
third In the meet 70- ; 1)) BUS '
a Conference championship. Butler shutout Hawthorne 11- Sprint Medley relay:
73143. Lester had six birdies with team of David Mlllams i
five bogies and 25 pars hav- The Tigers are now leading Sheldon hedge Hendrleth. and :
Lake Butler had taken 1-0
ing no double or triple bogies the conference with a 7-1 re- Tornadoes Crews.

like Bishop and Combs. cord.Lake Butler's PICY Is one game back. advantage Cason got In on the first first on Inning a field as SecondTo -220 dash: I I Lennon, 23.2; \
only conference
2 Steve
Jenkins. I
Melbourne had another golf er's choice and then scoredon
loss this
season has come at -2 mile 2))
run: Mark Hodges -
er placing In the match. Sam a triple by Slrmans.
the of the Blue Wave 4) I
Henry shot a 73-72-145 for The Tigers added three more ; Larry Parsons. (
in 3-2
a decision. -Mile relay: 1)) BUS with the
fourth place. runs In the third to further
Adams Ace right-hander Richard Ca- team of Carl Luther, Williams
Bill of Starke placed pad their lead. Palatka u
fifth In the tourney strokinga son will be on the mound for Lake Butler made two errors S. Ai!, ainUsing Burch and Andrews.

73-73-146. the Tigers in the Monday night In each game and all of Friday. April 21, Bradfordwill
In sixth spot Murray Rudis- game scheduled for 7:30: In the boys played In the game host the Annual Florida
111 hit a 73-74. Mike Moses Lake Butler. Cason Is 6-1 for according to Tiger Coach Paul CJ Star Conference Championshipwith
took seventh with a 77.71. Bob the season and boasts a 1.60 Wright. tremendous captured first place In a time All total seven meet records and sixth In the Palatka South a strong
76-73 Hal earned run average. He's alsoa "If beat (PKY) In dis- of 14.7. Bernard Brown mile.
Hayes Seymour we them Monday depth finished were broken with BHS runners Ricky Solze finished favorite to retain Its conference -
(Starke) 74-77 Jim Arnold 73- big man with the bat for night," Wright said, "It tance events and pole fourth In the event with a 1S.4. setting two and tielng another. In the one mile walk in championship for another ;
78. Jack Vidal 76-76, Ronnie the Tigers with a .524 average will wrap It up for us." In the Intermediate hurdles Donnle Burch finished secondin Vernon Barber 846.: year.
Tumb.ln with a 78-74 were and 18 RBI's. vault, Palatka South Andrews' 40.5 earned him a the 880 yard run with a close second In the finished a Trials will begin at 3:30: p.m.

the placers In the championship Lake Butler won Its ninth tallied 121-1/2 pointsto first place finish while Brown 2:01.1: clocking. Roberts of 0. dash with a time of 5I.S.440-yd.Huges and the finals at 7 p.m. _
flight of the match. straight Friday night sweepinga walk with finished third In 42.3. cala Vanguard took first placein dash with a time of 51.5. "Naturally on their past per-
Bishop had 12 birdies In both double header from Hawthorne 31 Gridders away a With two bandanged ankles, a time of 1596.: Hughes of Palatka South was formances this year, Palatka
rounds of the match.-Saturdayhe 19-2 and 11-0. first place finish Malachi Henry set a new meet Bradford' relay teams fin- first In an Identical clocking South Is favored" Loper said
hit two bogies and seven The two wins upped the Ti Friday in the 5th An- record and took first place ished second In the 880 yard of 51.5. "But we have a very, very
pars, Sunday he changed his ger's over all mark to 11-4 Report For In the triple Jump with a leap relay tied for third along with strong chance of winning it.
pace and had two bogies anda for the season nual BUS Invitational of 42-2-1/2". P.K. Yonge In the 440 relay (S.. Page 10)) "Clay High and Live Oak

triple bogie. He also had In the opener Kerwin Clyatt Drills Track Meet. will also be In the heat of
five birdies and 10 pars. His slammed a three run homer Spring things. ,
triple bogle happened on the over the left field fence In the Last week Bradford fell victim "Their depth (Palatka South)
fifth hole where he hit the ball first Inning to pace the Tigers to the Braves 100-82 In a Green Machine Wins especially In the distance e-
Into two ditches on the same to a 19-2 romp. Thirty-one Bradford High trl-meet. vents and pole vault Is the big
hole. He lost two penalty strokes are out for spring thing./ But It's going to be a I
and then one putted on the DeWltt Grlffls led-off and training that started Mondayand The Braves scored 59-1/2 little different Friday night than ,
green, which probably cost him advanced to third on a two base will continue for 18 days of their points in the distance In the big Invitational meets. '
another sub par round. error. Faron Dukes and Rich- events with 16 coming In the Starke Slow Pitch GoStarke's "Each team Is allowed only .
Coach David Hurse baa 11!
ard Cason then walked to load one mile walk and another 16 four entries." _
The coaches tournament will up the bases. Crlffls and Dukes seniors out, more than he has in the pole vault. "This meet Is going to be
be the next match for Bishop. scored as Fred Slrmans singled ever had In his 17 years of powerful Green Ma- even better than last FrIday'
the Green Machine ,
Bradford finished a- game jumped In the
first the Machine
The tourney will be held In to left field to Lake coaching. BHS only lost four game -
give chine (formerly Garden) .. Loper said. "It's
mong 15 teams entered with won out to a quick 13-0 lead In the goIng -
: Jacksonville the last of April. Butler a 2-0 advantage last year 85 points. North :Marion and It's second straight tourney first inning before seeing the Oaken collected 43 hits to crush to be a lot closer than

The first three placers In The barrage of*hits continued In two days of practice five Green Cove Springs tied for Sunday as they rallied from Tampans slowly chip away at 39-11 beneath their barrage most people think. Things are
the first night were Bill Mimi players quit and two of those an earlier 29-22 of hits. Watson was 6 for to I
as Terry Hamilton singledto third with 48 points. setback to their lead and slip by 26-25. 7 really going get hairy.
Rich Fletcher at the plate while Jim Gar-
with a 73-72 left field to would have seen action In football down Tampa Merchants 15-5 BHS runners will be favored
7678. Keith Austin strokinga Dale Green got on score a fielder's said Hurse. The coach Bradford's Jimmy Andrewsand in the final round of the 3rd In Tampa's fourth game in llngton and Marcus Rhoden went to take first place In six. of
8075.In choice and then Clyatt slammeda expects five more to quit before North Marlon's James Annual Starke Pre-Season Slow the tourney It met the Machine 5 for 7. the 13 Individual races and field J
the second flight J. B. three-run homer to give the spring practice: Is over. Clark tied for high point honors Pitch Tournament.Last and fell victim 7-2 to The Machine hit eight homers events according to Loper.Bradford's ) ,
Godwin took first place with with 16-1/2 apiece. be sent Into the losers bracket. with both Watson and
Garllng- teams
relay are :
78-87 his score. Jack Hazen Tigers a 6-0 lead at the end Next season's seniors are Andrews captured first placein week the Machine won Tampa then defeated J, M. ton collecting two round-trip- also expected to perform well. I,
,! snagged second place with 76- of' the first Inning Randy Gasklns Carl Luther both the 120 high hurdles and the third annual Canaveral Sea- Pontiac of Hollywood 17-10 to pers.
79 strokes In third place was Lake Butler went on to add Dennis Crawford, Gary Norman 330 Intermediate hurdle. He foods Invitational In Cocoa win the losers bracket and the In the Machine's second
George; Boyle with 78-79 Ms three runs In the second, five Stanley Crawford Wayne; Tet- was also on the one mile relay Beach. right to meet the Machine again Watson's round tripper) enabledthe THE( BRADFORD
icon in the third and five in the stone Wayne Lambus Eddie team which took first place Pitcher Paul McArthur's to decide the champion Starke team to slip by COUNTY TELEGRAPH
C. T. Flynn took first placein fourth. Hazen Greg Reddish Gray and set a new meet and school.. four-for-four hitting Including ship.In. J. M. Pontiac 12-10. Watson
the third flight which Is handicapped Down 19-0 Hawthorne scored Flynn, Levy Lennon, Vernon record in doing so. two round trippers, powered a losing game Marcus Rho- collected two hits In the game, Published, every' Thursday
His scored was a it's two runs In the top of Barber Gary Melvin, Bob Dyal. Levy Lennon anchored the the Machine to victory In the den and Woody Strickland went both homers. .I US W. Call Street
net 69 for both days. Pat Farnsworth the fifth as Mike Cordon singled and Tim Clark. Clark Is the mile relay, team of Dannie championship round with Tam 4 for 4 at the plate John Outhltting/ the Jax team 25- Stark! Florid 32M1Seceod
made second place witha to right field to score Hank only senior that has not had Burch, Vernon Barber and Andrews pa. The Machine ,jumped out Watson hit three home runs 17, the Green Machine downed
net score of 78-68 after Brown and Jerry Bennett. JV football. There arc .II boys with a 51.4 split as the to a quick three run lead In and had 7 RBIs while McAr- Bold City 25-12 in their next class postage paid
battling It out with Steve Bust Both Cason and Clyatt got up from JV. team set a new record of 3-: the first Inning and easily outdistanced thur powered two round trippers game. Watson had seven RBIs .I SUrke. Florida8ehscrlptlos
bore on a sudden death play three hits and 5 RBI's In a Three boys that are still out 282. the Tampa team,adding for the Machine. and two homers.
t off. Farnsworth beat Bushore game In which Lake Butler for baseball and will miss practices Lennon tied a meet recordIn runs in each inning to pad The Machine's John Watson As a team the Machine col- Kales I
on the first bole. Bushore's had 18 hits. Fred Slrmans and till that sport is over. the 100 yd. dash with a 10 their lead. of Klngsley Lake was named lected 139 hits In 253 times at I. trade areas IS." per
I,- score for the match was 63- Terry Hamilton also had three flat clocking to take first place. Even with the big lead, no the most valuable player with bat for a .549 tatting average jrrj B2.7S six meaths.Ovtslde .
71./ hits. "The players have nothing Vernon Barber finished fourth one, especially on the Machine 10 home runs and 25 RBIs. and 121 runs. Green Machine
John Watson tournament the winning pitcher but the state chamlonshlp In 'for the Tornadoes with a 10.4 breathed ea.yDItil the final Watson collected hits In 20 players hit 25 round trippers trade areas MJW
chairman, was In charge of allowed only five hits whilewalling their minds and'are really sprint.In inning had been played and the times at bat for a .800 betting with Watson leading the way per years a." six month
the ordeal. This was the sixth three and striking out looking for it," said Hurse. the high hurdles Andrews game over. In the previous average. with 10.April.

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..r TM&clads from Keystone placed fourth with th* team
COLA. Casey and Max: wnUfbrd each tied It at three an la the bow of
SOUTHERN fcCSCOUNT had one hit. tom of the 41h. School placed third out of seven Larry Turl lett.Lesley Brurer

SCORE IMPRESSIVE Pitching: : chores were shared The winner came up with .Ilhd school Friday at.... Mayo Kenny Uelotf, and Litton Hekren. -
BANTAM OPENERS Gene Tanner and Eddie Afc. Invitational Track Meet. .
by ftree runs la Cht bottom of
Robin Henderson
The two team In front of took third
Hrtt baseman Mike FlowM Coca Cola and Southern Discount ( In* 5ft to take a 6 3 win. KH Indian were Greenville place In the 440 yard dub with
.tolll his bad very lim dlfflrulty, Jim Duncan was three for time of 58.2 seconds.Danny
Ir'fPecI .. tiled win 127 point for first place a .
slpassed bell .* Crance la recording{ Iop-sided victor POUCE DEPARTMENT three to pace th* losers at n and Branford trim 120 point Bab was the only placer '

edged put the vUlttnc le* in the opanlng game of GOES 11-S the plato while Billy Sanford for eeconrt. KH bad 51 points for KH In the 180 low hurdles .
Pads JobssebeIJrs 8-111I .x.-. are Bantam Boy Baseball OVER SOtylliRN'DR4COiT4T led his team going two for for third place.! Mayo 47,Trenton taking second place with a

tra Tor I*
BradfOrd JII"CIUC..s a slim The **ason opener matched ) DepC teams were both SCHEDULE L--4 !had no pr*>nf*. In the 880 run Tommy Erb
bottom of : "We did not win events took third place with 2.12
2-1 IeacI until 1be Coca Cola against Police Department. Involved la Iop-lded. games Thur. April 20- 7:30 any minute

&he am wtien pitcher Mike ., Coke) came away with oo opening d y. Lawtey vs Graudoo's Berri pjn.&'. ......rd ttmm captain Jimmy AneVews streaks heed' In the meet but we** Improved hi* time for KH.

IfJPollH slammed left field a .-fence runhomer a 15 3 win The While discount walloped heir( Hippie '* pjn. Branding Ironvs .f the ,..t.f.... pert in Friday's ::130.,.. intarmaeial. Coach five of Roy our Baytoss.times, said KH Lesley Brurer, Danny Bab,

over the Orange Park Ing under the motwere jppcnent: 19-4, Police was WJ/CB.. ...nil... Todd Bramon wa the only Robin Henderson, and Bobby
he Balder the Stark* Hurner mad the fourth
for up
2J7:30 play
absorbing a 13 3 thrashing. FrI. April p.m.Law-
runs In Inning placer for KH la the field event
added two more very generou In the opening KH sprint! medley relay. Their
to take a 5-2 adn tIIee. game as they put 23 The Police boy were In avengeful tey vs Cunningham; 9 pun.Craudons Tornadoes 2nd To Palatka He Ugh Jumped. "None of the
vs 1st Baptist. time was 2.18.conda.
Tornadoes scored three mood Monday, April Jump were I. good a* they
The runners on base) via walk and ,
Mon. April 24- 740 KH had two In
hits in the lop 17 In the 2nd ) of the jun. usually are : have placer She 220
run on three errors. Twenty-seven runner game (Frem Pea. 9)) stated
Iron Litton Pickren
Branding vs Lawtey 9 yard dash. took
sixth to force the game into reached base and season and they vented their ; a saw dust pi; Coach
of extra tonihp.With four by base hit safely*. only; anger on Discount and cam pjn. Craudons vs WJ/CB. Bradford Tim Clark finished fell a* Green Cove Springs Bayless. second place In 23.6 seconds and
two out la the bottom away with aD-win. third In the 220-yd. dash ran a L 3L$. Danny Bab placed/ second: in Kenny Blote was sixth In 25.0
the eighth and the score Coke opened the Inning by Th winner scored seven KOCHS DRUGS COLONIAL with a time of 23.4. the high hurdle In 17.1 seconds second ,
of still tied up. Flower tripled plating two run without a base runs la the first two Innings, OPEN POWDER PUFF Levy Lennon finished fifth one of I his slower times, Keystone did not place In the
sad then scored on a pitch which hit. Police scored once In the enough to win the game. Police WITH BIG WINS In the long Jump with a leap aid Bayless. two mile run and were disqualified .

by the Tornado catcher. first and one In the second came winging: as the first The 1972 Powder Puff (girls of 201012.Jimmy Ricks took Listen Pickren ran the 100 In the mile relay.
got Bradford had Jumped to an and after two Innings the core three batters hit doubles to and women) League opened fourth In the high Jump clearIng yard dash In 10.8 ecor1d..1or KH wa* disqualified for running
early lead. coring two run was tied at two all. account for three runs. Three Tuesday. April 17. 5-10. third place In that event. over a boy on the dark track.
three nits. Eddie Coke went ahead to stay b* and Bradford's Farelon McCielIan "We got a taste of competition .
in th* first on more doubles, a single an In the opener Koch's Drugs Tommy Erb bad third place
Hue singled to center Geld scoring three times In the arc error accounted for four more walloped Barretts Concrete finished fourth in the shot in the mile run with a tune of and made the boy know

with one out. Larry Brown then Inning. They added five In the In the 2nd and Police were Products. 29-0 by virtue of put with a distance of 43-6-1/2 r five minutes.In .what could" be done with more.

singled to put runner on firstand 4th and five In the 5th. Coke enjoying a 7.0 lead. the 20-.,.. rule. Koch's: plated while Steve Strickland was fifth .' the 880 relay Keystone work, said Coach Bayless
worked three pitcher In the In the pole vault clearing 11 \..
third. Both base runners Southern Discount Plated two 12 runs In the first Inning ., .
scored: on a two out single by opening game. Bruce wound runs In the top of the third three In the second and coded feet. .,
Stewart hurled the first two Innings but Pollee cam back with two the by scoring: 14 In the "Our kids old great as a '1 FLOWERINGShade
Larry Brown was the. loclng and allowed one base hit, gave la the bottom of the 3rd Iota third.Koch's came. team and some of are Individual \ \

pitcher, giving up six hit*while up one run and struck out on 9-2 lead. After four Innings, rapped out 25 base effort were outstanding ," I. Trees
three and striking/ out batter. said Tornado Coach George Lo- .I'' ;.. ,
walking Police led D. 2. hits and were led by the fonr- '\ .. '
Stu Rayburn worked Innings In the top of the sixty Discount for-four performance 01 Carolyn per "Especially Ricky Sblte's4th .j l /' VARIETIES TO
five."We should have won," said 3 and 4. allowed no hits, struck scored three times but Redding. The Wood sisters la the mile walk Paul Par- ,

Tornado Coach Wayne McLeod. out three, walked three and the rally fell short and tt>- Pam and Terri each had sons' 2:07.9 anchor: of the two CHOOSE FROM
"We Just made too many errors. gave up one run. Richard Hall mil relay team McClellan In 4S
lice had Its first win. The three ht 6FJ.12; FT
They only cored three pitched the final Inning allowing winner rapped out 10 baa hits the nightcap a new team the shot put. Brown along with I. '
one lilt and walked two. Andrew in the hurdles and $' 95
earned rms."Larry .
and composed of girls ages 14 ; FromPries
Jackson were paced by the perfect :
did a real good Job Prevatt led I his team three for three 17 were welcomedntherl"lldeoo Malachl Henry's efforts In the '
on the mound for u*. It was offensively,going two for three, performance relays and triple Jump on a
to the league by defending
by Dinky Kllby and Mike ly
probably his best game ally and scoring four Urn**. Richard Kitchen Champion Colonial Florist 14- bad ankle. Buy I ReI. Get 1 1/2/ Price
Hall and Bruce Wolf red had Palate thlnclad set two new
.ear. Kllby bad two double Kitchens 2, I In five Innings.
The loss Saturday ended the other two bits. The inexperience of Blalock'swas records Ricky; Golden broke the
two doubles and towering
Bradford's regular season of Dinky; Kelby was the startIng round tripper.Robert* Edmondson evident as they only got old record In the two mile run GOLDEN FERTILIZER
left them with a I.It pitcher for Police, worked '
play and was two for three two hits and made several mlscucs. win a time of 9:32.8. Brown
mark. four Innings and while .he allowed both doubles. Mark Griffith and On the other hand Colonial cleared 13 feet In the pole BY GROTONE 6-6-6.
Friday. St. Augusta proved two hits he had control Tony Lee collected the other hit the ball with consistency vault to set another record.
to be poor host as the. Yellow problems, issuing 12 base on two hits for the winners. rapping 13 Green of Ocala Forrest seta WITH MINORS
the. .. Dinky struck out six CathyMSeely
Jacket shut-out visiting
record .the shot put
Southern Discount could muster plating 14 runs. new
Tornadoes 10-0. allowed runs. Diane Jordan, Call] Branson with a throw of 51312. Clarkof With two bondoyvs enk* I 1.89
only two hits. each by 25%
Tommy Wise was the. losing Randy; Corbln hurled the final Keith Kelley and Roger Mlt- and Marie Harris each had two North Marlon broke the old Us, Molachi Henry put ell SOI b. ORGANIC
pitcher, giving up U hit while Inning gave up two hits, set hits. record In the long Jump with h. had Into the triple Jump 100% ORGANIC 259
3 and striking out two. walked three, and struck out
walking Greg Wa dna mad his pit- a leap of 223. In the 880-yd. to set a new BHS and meet
Yellow Jackets led-off three.Kliby.
thing debut SCHEDULE: relay another old meet recordUnion record Friday.
a big success by
and Mike Klnchena each
homer five
with a two-run runs
limiting Discount Thurs.. April 20- 7:30: pjn.,
in the first Inning and coasted had a hit which accounted for
Norman's Farm
hits. Issued
four walks,
in the Police total of
on from there scoring one two.
and struck out 10 batters. Wade Florida; 9 pjn. Barrette vs
the second two in the fourth,
and one In the fifth and sixth In the second game Southern Winkler went all the way in Blalocks. 257:30 Tigers 40lb I 77

Bradford's baseballers will Discount) ran roughshod over a Discount.losing effort for .Southern Koch's Tues.vs April Blalocks; 9 pjn.p.m.Norman' ., WEED FREEARGENTINE 1 .

travel to Pale is Thursday for BFOE, scoring 19 runs on 10 vs Barret's.COKE .
the sub-district. In the sub- hits In a four Inning game ,
district are Macclenny, Palat- which ended because of the- SCHEDULE DOWNS BPOE Edge Baldwin
ka South and Palatka Central time limit. FrL April 215:30: So. Discount REMAINS

a* well a* BHS. Each team scored four time vs Coke 7 p.m. Police UNDEFEATED .Ib .97sifc..4.75

At S pan. the Tornadoes In time,ist Irtnlnjtand while this v., BPOE. .. Back to back doubles by Johnny .. double
.. Woodley'
r' BPOE t.Q"T center
will take on Central In the ended 'BH'oECount .corlng...Dis Mon. AprU'-2 -*-pwnr Coke. Coca Cola squeezed by Woodley 'and Curds Sir- .
opening gam*. "''had hardlf-eun.'!be v* Police ti' W 4r.; +p, "in by the score of 7 6, to remain mans drove In three runs In first field run scored and left Hamilton Tlger'htlnmer'on with the \ t II
"They are also having a rough'year Tuesday, Apdf'23S'"p.m.. undefeated after two :
winners plated eight run In the sixth Inning to push Lake '
McLeod "I So. t4 In Bantam baseball second and'!third. Slrmans
said. don'tthink the 2nd Inning four in the Disc v* BPOE. games play. Butler baseballers 6-5 past followed with TOiother '"double p PENSCOtRAHiA SEED.Ib
that The loss BPOE them
they have won a by kept
3rd and three In the 4th. Baldwin Tuesday night.
to right field, scoring Clyatt
game yet. Either way It shouldbe wlnless. Bruce Wolfred and Sbj !
Ed- It Lake 1
Kelley and Randy was Butter's 10th
; and Woodley. .49
a real close on*. WILLIAMS JEWELRY- Rayburn hurled three Innings -
mondson led the winners at the straight win "leaving them )12- In
the first inning De Wit
"South 1* favored to win It COMMUNITY BANK, each for the winner Rayburn
plate each going two for four 4 for the season.
Crlffls 2.35
walked and sacrificed sib .

all. Last week they beat u., AND CUNNINGHAM GULF being credited with he win. -
Del Crlffls had a bases load- Going Into their half of the
but to second by a Faron
by only one run. Macclenny TAKE WINS IN Robert Evans and Eduie Akridge -
Is supposed to be real weak." ed double which cleared the MENS LEAGUE OPENERS pitched for the loser*. sixth the visiting Union Tigers Dukes bunt. He gained third DON !;
The winner of the BHS-C_ bases. Wade Winkler Harley Coke outfit BPOE 6 -S.Jackson were down 53. Terry Hamilton base on a passed ball and scoredon \ w, oriJay-I,
Ingle Jerry Blalock Chris The 1972 Men's RecreationSoftball led off the sixth with a a wild pitch.Baldwin's c.
face .
the winner Prevatt Augie Fox and
of lltheameece stn Stroud and Steve Brooker, had League began the season Mike Nettles each had two hits. single to left field. Kerwin lib. Meo. 1.47
game the other hits. with a double header Mon Clyatt wa* put on first on an Ronnie Hall
Friday night at 7:30. One of Nettles hits .
: Roger Mltzel and Randy Ed- was a two- Interference call on the Baldwin slammed 360-foot homerover 'II.. Pellet 1.47 : ", .UTOM4rc I
blast the
fence for
mondson each hurled two InnIngs Cunningham Gulf, tabbed. run over catcher, which sent Hamilton the center fielder's head to tie .

1.1 Mltzel giving up six hits, he team to beat, got off on a Homo Run.STANDINGS. second: the game 1-1. From there the MOUSE PRUFF Reg. 1.77

four runs, walked one. and the right start by defeating lead see-sawed back and forth .
Coca 2 .39
: Cola 2.0. oz. 1.98
struck out two while Edmond- Branding Iron 13,8.,, Cunningham until the Tigers exploded for oz.
Police Dept. 1.1. So. Discount 3.77
FLORIDATHEATRE son gave up two hits, no runs, built up an early 7- 1-1 BPOE 02.Farm Hurner Heads!I three runs In the sixth.Baldwin 4 oz. --.77 14 oz. 3.98
walked l three and struck out 0 lead before the restaurant ; added a final run In the seventh

three. team sot on the Scoreboard. to make It 6-5. but the Tiger FLORIDA
POE had eight hits, led by Going into the bottom of the KH BoostersJohn lead stood up after Baldwin< GARDEN
Eddie Akridge three for Bureau loaded the .'
three. 3rd. Branding Iron trailed 7- bases IST't '
Donnle Cribbs. Jeff Jockel, Lee 0, but in that Inning they came Dale Green got the victory for Weekdays 7:00 up with four runs to trail by Gains 87 president Hurner of was the Keystone elected Lake Butler winning his second ONTIIOI CENTE:
three. game of the He
Sunday 3):00 season. gave
Saturday 1:00 Club last
Cunningham added six more New MembersEightyseven Heights Boosters up 11 hits and one walk to osira.. ra.
3WDRIVEIN runs In the fourth and I1tth1nn1n.e. Thursday, succeeding Richard Baldwin but fanned II. The Tigers OPEN ALLOW 539 E. Call Street II'
FRI.. SAT., SUN and held a 13 4 lead. Packard.
In the bottom of the 6th,BrandIng The new slate of officers will I be at home Saturday at WEDNESDAY Phone 964-5745
APRIL 21, 22, 23 Iron plated four more runs ; new members Includes Bob Henderson vice- 7:30: for a night game with
have Joined the Bradford County
Mrs. Fran Turknett Crescent City.
president; ,
and In the bottom of the 7th
Farm Bureau In
; tepast year,
secretary and Mr. Anne
put a couple of runners on base according to President G. T.
but was unable to score. Sumpter treasurer
SHOW TIME 7:00: P.M. Cunningham collected II base Huoglns, Including: Bradford During the past year the KIIBoo..r'
with l-a record Increase In Farm
hit and was paced by Ricky provlcecIlun11ato
Fri., Sat. April 21, 22 Bennett's two for four, and wide.Bureau memberships state build the new football stadium if a stranger gave you

Lloyd Gilpln's two for throe Bradford County now has at a cost of 2058. A
Branding Iron outhlt the winners new whirlpool bath was purchased
a 572 Farm Bureau members and Is now In use.Coach a tip like this
a. they rapped) out 12 base
&F compared to 485 last year.
r'see Roy Bayless says the whirlpool ,
hits. John Massey and Lee Cog-
I Statewide, 52.676 family
1 I. available to all KH.tudenr.
dill led their team three
rn ,
memberships have been recorded
SGWT! for four. .. New uniforms and
( to date compared with 49- medical supplies were also
'in the second game, William. 847 for 1971 according) to JohnC purchased

Jewelry Communty; Bank Lynn executive vie president The 101 Booster contribute J
eased by First Baptist Church of die Florida Farm approximately $3.400 annually :' t"youtt /,-

tit : nl 6-3, although they got outhlt Bureau Federation the state' to the KH High athletic program t '' .
1IUwW. 9-7. largest farm organizatio. with such projects as be suspicious.
WJ/CB took the lead In the Of that number, Lynn .said the new stadium above and beyond
k I I bottom of the 2nd by plating 7,676 new membership have that, according to outgoing -
two runs as Ronnie Lock hit been received. President Packard. All

-ICy a-k a two run homer "Since its establishment In monies com from concession
/allli ,
4r a vduu.m Aala Q First Baptist scored one in 1941 the Federation has grown at porting events, donations,

..,. LOjoCll'] : the 3rd. and two In the 4th to steadily and Florida hold the and memberships.
take a 3 2 lead but WJ/CB national record for having Coming events Include an

PLUSWATE PLUS All-Sport Banquet set at the I
Woman' Club on May 19. All
ticket must be purchased from : ;;.,'," J
irS INt NA MSTHOWL IN lDO1'SAW if match : k ;'i
LOO you can Coach Bnyless at the high .;, .; .'11 ;? ,; Ij.W?' <+:l'r 1
school. No ticket will be sold

its S395 price at the door
WALT DISNEYSun. A membership drive and a I

fn chicken dinner are planned,with II II I

you can't match date and times to be announced. I

Next meeting 1* May 11 at the If someone sidled up to you on a street corner and

.t' its features. school. muttered something about ''a sure thing," .
wna. "principal protected ..,".
... highest rate of return in years, .
t you'd probably tell him f'.
to "
t shown an Increase In membership get lost! Yet all these
1 JI" Yl thing are true of I saving ,.. '
ivo..c.ra.r..r. each since receivinga account: h. Come in today .
\ ? year .. '
.. charterLynn said and, get started on the one "au,. thing" "
you may ever get 'in your 'lif.
'- ., o Latest figure* released by theFederation5 .
; field service division -

-.$ .'J' show Polk County with
__1 .... April 23,24 2.976 member families to be the :

.,.' '.f.,..t 1&fr.... .f"', "TROPIC OF SCORPIA"AND largest of the 64-county. r tor- FLORIDASfftRKE I
I Ida Federation with HUlsborough -
d' &? '
I; Farm Bureau. second -
,, '" ".'.". with ;2,751 m.mber.hIpc.Lak. .. .. .. . I
"SEX PERILS 1 I. third with 2, '" .It. .
II. OF PAULEfE"R.ted E of VICTOR .t8m1aEBiiaot3 '490 and County Orange; fourth with .. .'K. .A t '

f.. A "A'fAMI'JlJNT' PICTURE ;,'. l1J01 Tganac CA i.dJl.difOAti" .2.tll.
aahf ''AlJfIf'WAf NTIS PRESENTS: X-18'yr.. op CH U* Per A Free Dmeittrtl, Or Per A..Free Florida Farm Bureau, 'M.rbat'F.tltlar.I. ] Dcpoeui InMwam COrP,1,,1

'IIAraf/A' ....tNtgp,.... *I.D.'g RequiredAda. Trial la. Year Office. In Federation Gainesville with, Is a headquarter private farm Subsidiary Florida NaUoruil'Banks l
'- -... Of Florida Inc.Flowers
!::!--.. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH organization) serving an estimated .
$.1.l5April 90 to 95 per cent of all
I'"IC &Ill, Florida's farmer.
Telegraph 20, 1972

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J. M. Sistrunk Mrs. Lizzie Lee

Rev. Leon Odom. pastor of

Joseph M. Slstrunk, 64, art Mrs Lillie Lee, 85, of Route Grace Baptist Church, announces -
Inspector with the Florida Department I, Grlfflt Loop died Sunday that members will come
of Agriculture, died April 16, in Bradford County, to services on Sunday April
early Friday morning April, Hospital after' an Illness of 23, by different means of transportation
at his home In Starke. several months. She was born ( than the usual.\
Born In Starke on March 8, In Clay County on April 15, Some Mil arrive on horses,

1908} he was the son of the late 1887 and was a member of mules, carts wagons rollerskates STARKE CHURCH NEW :RIVER BAPTIST LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF CHRIST
G. M. and Clara Hoover Sis- Bethel Baptist Church.Her husband bikes hikes, planes CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS OF CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- HOLINESS CHURCH AT MELROSE
trunk; was a veteran of World was the late Ernest E. trains pogo sticks crutches. CHURCH Training
Worship 11 School 9:45
Bible a.m. a.m.
School 10 a.m. Worship Ing Sunday : ; Schedule of Services:
War n, and a member of St. Lee. etc., the pastor says. Sunday School 9:49 ajn.
Union 7 Evening Worship Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth 10
11 p.m. Bible
Services a.m. and Sunday Study a.m.
Mark's Episcopal Church. Surviving are three sons A prize will be given to the Morning Worship U a.m.
6 Midweek 8 Wednesday Night service Service 6 Evening" Wor- U Even-
Wed- p.m. p.m.
p.m. Service Morning Worship
Surviving Is a slater'Mrs :Ralph Cathy E. Z. Lee and family or Individual who comesto Service 6 pjn. Evening Wor- wel
nesday 7 Ladies Bible 7:30 p.m. Everyone ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. 7 "
Ing Worship
p.m. p.m.
C. A. all of Starke In the most unusual .
Futch of Starke. Maurice Lee ; church p.Thu7rsdamy 7:30 '
Class, Thursday 11 Church ,come. Prayer Meeting : All other evenIngs-8
Meet- a.m. p.m. ,
Funeral services were held three daughters Mrs. Gladys way. There will be dinner on night Prayer
located block Jim Countryman pastor.
SR ,
at 2:30: p.m.Sunday St,Mark's Collins and Mrs Marine Starling the grounds following the morning Ing 7:30: pjn. 16. west on p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey. pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN'
Episcopal Church with Rev. both of Starke and Mrs.. worship services. The David Hodges, Pastor -J.P.H. Bell minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
Fred Yerkes and Rev. John Mae Prevatt, Hampton; three public is Invited to attend.. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- MISSIONARY
Flynn officiating.Interment wa brothers Eugene Griffls< Joe Rev. Luc Neree of Egllse GRACE BAPTIST PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Ing Worship II a.m. Pre Ser- SMYRNA BAPTIST CHURCII Sunday Warship School 11 }JO a.m.a.m.Evening Morning -

In Crosby Lake Cemetery under Grlffis and Sidney Griffls all Baptist Church In Port-Au- CHURCH STARKE METHODIST CHURCH vices (Booster Band Young,! 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- Worshp 7.-JamosShaw.pastor. i
direction of DeWitt C.Jones of Starke; two sisters Mrs Prince, Haiti the will be guest Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng People and Prayer Service!, vices Sunday School 10 a.m.
Funcarl Home. Janie Green Starke and Mrs speaker at church on A- lag Worship at U. Training 7 :
6 Evening Worship p.m.
Worship II ajn. Youth Service p.m. Preaching 11 a.m.Training Un- BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Jacksonville 27grandchildren Services on April Evening
Emma Boree
; Union 6:30 Worship -
: p.m. Midweek Service Wednesday
Evening Worship FLA.
p.m. Worship, ion 5:45 Evening BROOKER
L. C. CarterLaurie children andetghtgreatgreatgrondchildren., 20 great-grand: 29 Sunday will begin services at 7:30 will: held and Meeting, 7:30 7:30.Rev.Wednesday .Prayer LeonT. 7:30: p.m. Rev. Tommy L. Hll- 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland 7 p.m.: Everyone p.m. welcome. Rev Jim Temple pastor.Sun-
Hard pastor. Pastor. -Wilbur Dyess Pastor day School. 10 a.m. lion Bristol
at 10 and 63Q p.m.
a.m ; Odom, Jr., pastor Superintendent. Training Union'
C. Carter, 66, of Funeral services were held FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD 6:45: Lowell Douglas Director ,
p.m. -
Route 2, Starke died Mondayas .atl: p.m. Wednesday in Bethel AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH )
BAPTIST CHURCH Raiford Road & Weldon St. (Highway 100 at Theressa OF PROPHECY, BROOKERSunday Worship Services 11 a.
a result of injuries receivedin Baptist Church with Rev.James Sunday School 9:45 Monday Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School 10 a.m. School 10 a.m. MornIng m., 7:3: (). Midweek Prayer Ser-
Saunders and Rev. R. 'T. Williams : ;
tractor accident
a his 11 Evening
on Worship am.; Worship U a.m.
Worship II. Sunday Evening Morning II Young Peo- vice, 7:30. Lavern
Worship a.m. :
Worship at 11 Church Training Outlaw music -
farm Route delating.Interment was ;
on 2, Starke. Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday Union 6:30 p.m.
7 Thursday night 7:30. Training 6 Evange- director.
p.m. ,
in Lake with 0:15: WMU Prayer Circle 7:15: ; : ple's Service p.m.
He ;
was born In BradfordCounty Kingsley Cemetery Prayer Meeting and Bible Study -Charles Evening Worship 7:15: P.m. Wednesday '

Thomas pastor listic Service 7
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homein Evening Worship, 7:30.: p.m. CHURCII OF JESUS CHRISTOF
on July 17, 1905 and 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- Wednesday Night Prayer Services 7:30
Meeting p.m.
had retired as a correctional charge. Monday Youth Choir Practice'Children's ing every Monday. 7 pjm. EVERGREEN. : BAPTIST 7:30: P.m. Rev. Merle Come Prayer and worship with us. LATTER DAY SAINTS
officer at the Florida State Choir 7 p.m. C.F. Prevatt, pastor., Everyone CHURCH Packham pastor. -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor 1404 E. Bessent !Road
Prison last November. He wasa Grover Wednesday Sunday School welcome. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Fam'Iy EveningMon-
member of the Hellbronn McRaeGrover Teachers and Officers Meet- Worship at U a.m. Sunday BETIILFHEM day.
Baptist Church. ing 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting Business ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC night Service at S:30.: ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER PrimaryTuesday, 4:30: p.m.
Surviving Is his ''wife Mrs.' Reid' McRae 80, a Meeting Mission CHURCHSTARKE Wednesday night CHURCH. STARKE FREE Wednesday- Relief Society,
native of Starke. died April 13 Friends Girls In Action, 7:30: Father prayer Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday
Nealy Johns Carter; three James Cregan pastor meeting at 7:30.: Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd Worship 7:30.:
in Tampa, where he had Uved P.m. Saturday 7 Sunday, School 9:30: ; Morning Thursday- M.I.A. 7:30: p.m.
sons, Lamar Carter Daven- Mass p.m. Cecil E, Crawford Sr. Pas Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Night Ser-
for the past 60 He wasa -.Denton Sumrall, pastor. Mass 10 Sunday 11; League 4 p.m. SundayPriesthood,8:30a.m.
port, Iowa; Charles Carter years. a.m. Holy Day Mass tor. Prayer 2nd, 4th and 5th JaeperWillams -
Jacksonville; and Lavern Car- retired employe of,.the Sea- 7p.m. 11 a.m. Church School 9:45: vice, 6p.m.-Rev. Sunday School 10:30: a.m
ter, Starke; one daughter Mrs. board Railroad. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Confessions Saturday 6 LAURA BAPTIST a.m. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. ; pastor. nIng Meeting, 6 p.m.SacrcmenL
Elease Mocas Jacksonville; Surviving are his wife Mrs. STARKE Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Mor- -John M. Flynn Rector METHODIST Jesse D, Branson Branch
three brothers, Russell Carter Edna E. McRae a daughter Sunday HOMECOMING DAY P.m.School of Religion: ning Worship 11 a.m. Evening FIRST UNITED President.
Starke; Earl Carter Jackson- Mrs. Evelyn Hicks; and a sis Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; MornIng Grade School Sunday n Worship 7:30 p.m. Midweek BIble BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST School. 9:45 Morning 1EII.BHOinAPTIST! :
ville; and Owen Carter Law- tart Mrs. Olive Boyette all Worship at 11 o'clock; guest- a.m. to 12 noon. Study Wednesday 7:30 p. Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Worship.Sunday 11; Junior and; Senior CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.

tey; one sister Mrs. Gladys ampe. services ''were held speaker, Rev. W.O. WUlham. High School -- Sunday rp.m m.Be In church Sunday. ship Service 11 a.m. Church MYF groups 6 p.m. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
of First Baptist De-
Gasklns Lawtey and five Church. Choir Rehearsal Morning Worship 11. Training
; Saturday In Tampa with Ma- Funiak Springs. Dinneron Lester Austin, pastor. Training 6:30: p.m.,, Evening Wednesday Youth -
grandchildren. Worship 7:30.: 7 p.m. Prayer MeetIng Union 6:30: p.m. EvenIng Service -
Funeral services held sonic rites at the graves Ide. the grounds immediately otter BAYLESS Midweek
were HIGHWAY BAPTIST ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal 7:30. I'rajcr
at 4 p.m. Wednesday In the worshln net-vice: Bell' Choir Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship CHURCH M4CCLENNY 7:30 p.m. 7:45.: Service. 7:30.:
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with When) distressed by Practice 5:15: p.m.; Church Service 11 a.m. Church Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy Rev. J.D. Robinson -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pastor -
troubles feel I unable to .
we Training Wor-
Howe : ; Training 6:30 .
Tommy officiating Interment : pan. Evening Day Mass, 5:30 p.m.
faced with tribulations ship 7:30( Sermon by Pastor
followed In overcome or ; Worship 7:30.Wednesday: .

1 Cemetery with DeWitt C.Jones Conner that seem beyond our "Overcoming Temptation:" Prayer Meeting r.....nn.:.:.>>:.__,.,.','':''...v."...........h.+.usS......:.+S...;.......:.....;..;...}....;.u..u...;.;.:.,>,,}.u.&:,tyc;.:.:..."......;;.......;..;..;..r;......;}>..;....;..;...;...:..;..;...:..:.}.....;..;...;....;..:........:.........'.:;...'...............;............'......'..........u.,...................,......................."......;............?rSy':,::..rrr....}}..:..}....;.;......;..;-...............}.;.../.........;......;....:'.:>...:'.;.'..:""-0.':.':......
strength. we well heed Monday BELL CHOIR; 7:30: p.m.
Funeral Home In charge. may 9 :1J :1\;\.
Practice 6:15 Youth Choir
the question the Lord Jesus : ; Rev. J.D. Robinson
asks us. as He asked it of His Practice. 7 p.m.
TYPEWRITERS: Manual or disciples. Strong in our faith Tuesday Young Musicians LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
F.lectrlc. For sale or rent., that God U vr willing and Choir: 3:30( p.m.; Bell Choir CHURCH
i Bradford County Telegraph ready to help we shall always Practice and G.A.! 4:15.: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
Wednesday Family Night
Ing Worship U a.m. Evening
be sustained. Supper, 6 p.m.; Prayer Meet- Worship 7:30 Wednesday
: p.m.
...-. - --....- - ing. R.A. Meeting, 6:30.: Teachers Everyone welcome. .

J and Officers Meeting,7:15: ; Rev. Robert Halsten pastor
ROB CHAPMAN MARINE Church Choir Practice 8 p.m.
Thursday ''Music Makers CHURCH OF GOD
Choir and Bell Choir Practice 422 N.. SU Clair St., Starke.

LAKE CITY -' U.S. 41 SO.'- 752-8882 3:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
-W.A I logon, Pastor Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday
Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night, Y
I Do You Know Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer

DEDAN' BAPTIST CHURCH Meeting Friday 7:30: p.m.Rev. I to .,., a t tS ::1
CArn t' A"BULL BROOKER, Y.W. Kldd pastor : .. .,. ;
;._ WE LINE OF :___.... .-4 Sunday.,5ehool 10 a.m.>.Worship .- \ : 'i ". :; ..,.... ... "" -I r. .. !11"J' :-::::
j Services 11 ajn. and 7 KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST t-: ; "Id, 4x y, 1' r:; 52 Si Tia7 1 1Qod !}:!:
1iE-R itV1 MOT is p.m. Training Union is 5 p.m. Sunday School 9.30; ; Training "}.
-Rev. Lacy Conway pastor
Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worship I I

11 a.m. Evening Worship
MORTHSIDE BAPTIST 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: '
s Purposes ii
Pastor Rev. Robert West .
Intersection of Highways\ 16 >
FACTORY TRAINED SERVICE DEPT. ojorth) and 225. Rev. Wayne :; If .vinI' were hating &u picnic at the lake Aii I'aiah. reminds us, "fur:, HIIJ r/i'/ur//if/, / .:, 1:*<

Wells pastor.' FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 2;:: lit Hi>|>i'oNlm, "U'l.v this!. stint| you! might .nay, aiv/ nut purr" tlinui/litH' neither, are, /your :;::
Operated by a man of long experienceand Sunday School. 9:45: Morning School 9:45 4. .did the entinf' Iciue those "
; Sunday : a.m. "Well why ers irai/x "'ig itni/n, with Hit, faint., Fur an Hit, ::
unquestioned ability., *rvlce at 11. Evening Service, Morning Worship II a.m. Youth 'z', ''" tiii* lit'! lisp. wilier When, they made, this '''tuna are liiylicr, than" / Hit, faith" nn art ". "
7:30.: Wednesday Service 7:30: Fellowship 6 ..m. Choir Practice lake:? Tli J -.. i. rente such an C>Pore I "UII. .;}.:
01 ,. fishermen "tan' ii'iiifn liiitn'iHKIII" ,, i/mir/ H-IIIJH/ nod,,, mytliiKiilitu / ::
p.m. Wednesday 8 p.m. "co nn |l.u.1' lit it Yet, tell :
-Rev. Robert D. Burch I u* lhaL the illi. love tNwi- aid' tfee stumps| Ihaii" your" tliou/litn.; ;:;
and I n/fiU, .!,.-I :t'uif'\ you run ii'moul! "i-Iuay: Rut he also want !I.+ 'to know that hifi :
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH! \ 1.s, Hind, ,t'U: :1I"'III.jt: In 1nilurk"" i'UVM* thoughts! ace many timuril u* and that }

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- .. ;h, lII'ulInllII1t1\ ,,' \\con there. tree, everything work toward our good. 1 and our '. :::
Ing Worship 11. Training Union, Sii many; limes \\v question' G..tll4 aid- :
This 'PII mill | culvation. If we hail no conflict and no I:

year spend 6:30.: .-LeRoy Evening Dalrymple Worship, ,Pastor 7:30.: :::i ":,
R:: .' anti his iiui'ii'iffn' rcisv.I The very to step out on faith. '-. ., 1,2 y
::: :" tiling; tliiit d'l'tiH u. eless. to u*. might make Come to church Sunday unit burn of God ,:
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- .:::: u-i mil" \1 if wo tx,iiiM 1 see unit Ifp'u\'cn'! hi* imi'iwsex; and the unsearchable' riches l :.:
$40 million Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening :t
anpeakperiod Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer : 'p.. of his love. 'sr 1;

Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.
-Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor 1: :':::.::.;.:;.::.:::.:.::.:::.::.;.:::;::'::::::;;::::::::::;;:;:::;'Xv--w;::::::::::::::':;::;:;::::::::'::::':::;:::::::::::;':::;::.:;:::::;:::::::;:::;:::::::;;:;::;:;:i::;::;:::::::;:;:;:::;::::;::::::::;:::::::;::;::;:; ::;:::::;:::;;::;:::::;:::::::::: ;;

MORGAN !ROAD CHAPEL :; : ; : : ;, IH WMtat.Ikt; knotty it fct.... 43N:\ l 11ft a. 11j:;

ganerators.S .- Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday ;.:. 'If*t Mil tonu to man!I ntfn41, ", biwt(HI...|..? WilhwlMM : ::
School II a.m. Morning Worship k |rfwi..n| Hi Hit .lo.t tl '-'. .. fa>.rnmt 6 Training Union !4:: 1 p.,...... mi C t "....oni "' n t ti. l< u.m mil Mwiloblr" ,.',,. "'''.r.... ...*. .: : s I::;:
7 P.m. Evening p.m. Worship. .L':' him d ttlfiiJt", pmt, 01 fil.. wit ttouM.. .."or'Itit(hwflh. IM' tht,.. wkt ol tht' .tttt'tll !V I i::}::
Wednesday -7:30: Prayer Ser f{: > kimMll. ..< HA lomilr. ..,..< Ihol. k..,.ti, tnif ,...... 'h.... .,..... ."< H- ::
"' iKipoU II ,lit (huh N..." 'II lilll" Nit ".Ih ...., IMH i ai,.. <..''h ,.< dnlm/,' Hit b \ yy 1}:;
y" vices.Rev... Bob Cooper, pastor :: hvlh, .HKI! ilim .,11"l dim, ,II.. It lut. tl t hiM.. tl M \JJ 10.\ ::
r::1: ce.'. bw. :#:i:

.}.. GRAHXM Sunday School-ID BAPTIST a.m.CHURCH Morn-: ::: :::::: :::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::.....:.: .:;:;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::: : :.:<< ,:.:::.:;.";::::::::::::::"::::::::::::: ;:::::::::::;::.:<.:.:.:.: .:.:.:::;::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::!ii:

.e Ing Worship Ilv4.m. and 7 p.

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,))1 ; -Rev. John Roes pastor STARKE "66"


CHURCH #' sG# "" EST Kill Edw/rds. I'h. 964-7231
Sunday School I 10( a.m'f'; MornIng l
Service 11 a.m.; e Study : Tire Tru-lnic
6:30: p.m.; Evening Service 7:30: >> OH'ROL
_. .-.
p.m. ; lIadlilht.djustinl: (
Wednesday Prayer and a tea/ cat
Brake Service
Bible 7:30
Study : p.m.
.. Melvin Hamel Pastor Carl Hunt. Phone 964-6111 Wheel Valance and
<'", .
'., .. 339: E. Call St. Starke, ..... Allfrnmcnt'
Sunday Service:Sunday Sc*> ol 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Phone 964-5745 for FREE CONDITION,. SERVICE

9:45: a.m. Morning Worship Hlway SOl and 100
10:45 .m. Evening Service, 7:15: Inspections and Enllmatea AH Minor Kcpaira

", p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun- tie S. Temple Starke' 617 N. T.mpln.. Startle
day, 6:30: p.m.J.C. .
Brown, minister

Ule cant afford not tea oJ'.f.' '.

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..,... 'VW'.;('( > .' .BAPTIST 301 North: MISSIONU.S. behind Tutee SUPPLIES, Inc. Grocery and Market rI:: .1)),

Nut ,il I wo are to keep on'sei..ving you rellOesi r'ed for shoit-term use onltheso /. ,I, School Frees 10 a.m.Drive Worship In, Sunday Service II: tartars Ace Hardware Groc.rlM Meats Feed I '-

ably even in emergency; power peak jet engine generators are not 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer GAS AND 011. EQUIPMENT
situations to Florida s critical power prob-! Wednes Complete Paint SuppllwSporting
.. Service 7:30: p.m.
PeaK periods occur when everycnpn >le'r! ..d a. e still threatened? :: )' a shortage Jack and Gladys Edwaraa & SUPPLIES
nt.c :a lot of electricity at the same of power reserves. But FPL is work day.Leroy Olive pastor E.L. a" Good
time. It could como most anytime ing hard on tnat problem too with our "' Griffls, associate pastor U. 8. 301 South. Stark
Mow FPL is installing its i I IMird: group enoi mous consti uction program. Wit U. Flnt Bradford County Telegraph
ol peak-period generators Meanwhile. .we re installing 'pushat -- PHONE 964-5312

a gas-turbine cost ol $40 million. This -will, add Luttorr power', with,'these new. '' ,peace**. lit ,/.. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCh 2t. Waahlnctoti 81. *.4. 5270

'....,OCXJ kilowatts of power available period generators. ? Sunday Schoo19:45a.m.Mor-
quickly in an/ enipiqancy! We can t afford not to :;:, nine Worship 11 a.m, Evening CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
'1 .'Irti Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday ,

Prayer Meeting Book and Bible of Psalms.Study Owrned My Th..M Wt Bn' In Twelve N.rth.Ml Florida. C,........ -Htlphi Our Member. Uv lMU r.4734flll .
F=I=L. 7 p.m. Study on
.., G.F. Prevatt, pastor Everyone K1rIcUW.-Ita7. ........-.....

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1 Old;&irector Tells Who Was In Business. j J JI d I I r----------------'Honor America Day ,


I (Article 5 of a series)
On Call Street In 1877

i business. Then, falling as ft
man of 1118oUDtv: ; Democratic SIGNERS OF THE businessman (Ore had no head
OLD DIRECTORYAn merchandise; G. Vft Balsden. W.W. Tumblln. sheriff; Louis Executive Committee DECLARATIONFourth for figures), he found his real
old business directory of wines and Baton Ceo.Barker W I tkovsM. general merchandise. career In politics. He became
"Having made diligent Inquiry
Starke published In 1877. was watchmaker; J. L. Gaskins. to learn/the wishes of the people signer -MATTHEW known as the leader of the
reprinted In the May '25, 1899 druggist; W.R. Gllsson general The directory f stedStarkeaa I they are In favor THORNTON -New Hampshire. "popular" party; as opposed to
Issue of The Florida Advocate merchandise; C.E. Harrison situated halfway between Fer- of ,holes a primary election Matthew Thornton was elected the aristocratic ruling class,

an early Starke newspaper attorney at law; F.G. Hemingway nandlna and Cedar Key on me for the Incoming Board of to the Second Continental and was openly critical of British
that was a competitor of wines and liquors; John line 0 f the W., LA.G. ft T. County Commissioners. Congress In September od 1776 colonial policy. He was

The Telegraph for several Hilton sawyer. Temple's Mill; railroad, in the center of a fine "Therefore. In accordance but. line he did not take his one of the leaders In the pro.

years around the turn of the Mrs, Hoyt, general merchandise orange growing section "and with me resolution passed at place there until November tests against,the Stamp Tax;

century.In J.M. Jones, orange grower promises to be a great productive St. Augustine by the Democratic he was one of the signers of and as a member of the Massachusetts -
commenting on the directory ; J.N. Jones general merchandise center." The population) Party In convention assembled the Declaration who did not assembly 0765-

the Advocate editor said: ; Root. Keith, Justiceof was given as 400.PRIMARY giving; the people such actually vote for It---undoubt 1774) took every opportunityto
"Of the twenty-three firms the peace; William M. privilege I do hereby appointand Local Art On D wily though he would have attack the British and to
mentioned not one of them lain Moore editor Telegraph; C.G. CALLED the Declaration and
Monday the 9th week favored arouse public opinion In Boston -
set apart ,
business here now; that Is, In Peek.principal of school; RIchard The following notice, calling day of March as the day special ... During Library would have voted for It. against them. The disorders -
the way they are arranged In the & Pace, general merchandise a primary election for the Intoning for holding said election Thornton was born In Ireland that led to the Boston

directory. ; W.H. Rivers, general Board of County Commissioners "The Democratic voters of but his parents settled Massacre may have been.-

Following Is the list of businesses merchandise; J.J. Sparkman was published In the respective commissioners' National This year's show with 122 In the colonies when he was partly at least-- the result of
of ;
In Starke 95 contractor. E.J. Taylor fruits the March 8 1891 Issue of Highlight Library He
years am old.
: about four was
the usual years his Influence, and he undoubtedly -
districts will vote at Week.' April 16-22 Is the annual -' pieces of art, representing the
W.H. Adams Wheelwright and confectioneries; Simon The Telegraph over the signature ambitious to become a doctor
took a leading part In
In their districts of 26 local artiste Is the
voting work
Art Show at the Bradford .
& Temple general merchandise of Jot. L. Hill. char- Grout
Alvarez Gaskins general Dr.
; conforming to the rules gov- County Library now on display ,largest since'the shows have and studied under a planning the Boston Tea Par-

ernln g any ordinary election through this week. View- been held here as an annual of Leicester began' ueette, ty. He was also a leader In
and send the results of the Ing a small section of the paintIngs feature of Library Week. after which he Icce.tuI ..- organizing public resistance to

same to W.T. Weeks clerk being exhibited are Grace The public Is cordially Invited practice In Londonderry the ,"Intolerable Acts. and as

E etrircmiALs of the circuit court at Starke. Jordan (left) and Brenda O'- to view the paintings during New Hampshire., clerk of the assembly! corresponded
"Five days thereafter Hons. Steen. the remainder of this week. As' a member of the .New with other colonial leaders -

A. Crosby J.L. Gaskins. and Hampshire legislature. Dr. to stir up revolutionary
---4 J.D. Johns will canvass the Thornton took a prominent pert sentiment. With Hancock he

same and declare the results. In theprotestasgalnsttheStamp was marked for arrest by the
The following named gentle Tax was president of the re- British, and escaped only because -

men, members of the county 1-------------1 I ,volutlonary provincial congressset of the warning given by
committee will look after and r up by the patriot party In Paul Revere.It .

carry out the vote In their 1775 and acted as chairman of was Samuel Adams who

And YouWhen respective districts: Lawtey By Bobby I*..Taylor the local Committee of Safety originated the "Committees! ,
Form 1040 W.A. Crosby; Lake Butler, W, Dr. Thornton was 62 years Correspondence" In 1772 to
H. Edwards; Providence G. old when he ..lgned'the Declaration keep the revolutionary groups

W. Olvattt Starke J.M. Johns lie was: a very serious throughout Massachusetts\ In
: ;
The excellent news coverageof look little better for strawberries
checked IRS ...11. Moore." a minded man with a naturally touch with each otheran Idea
a government dreams up a parers recently by the Hampton our 1972 Bradford County again. We have the expression lie

system of taxation that Is so com- were reported to be preparing fradu- Fair was another example of fruit now and maybe prices was only grave In Congress a little that was taken It up Adams by the other
colonies. too
plicated and confusing that It costs lent returns. An Investigation Is being .. the quality and success of this ,will Improve. Bids have been more than a year J before returning -. who urged the was colonies to forma
citizens at least half launched into this situation Con- Important activity for all of the let for a new Farmer's Market to New Hampshire to
taxpaying) a billion by
,It's.: a,W,alal,,>t'az folks In our County and area. Insects and diseases have Continental Congress for consultation
dollars annually to employ out- gress as well as the Internal Revenue This out the serve as an associate Justice ,and he was one of

side help In making returns, some- Service.As j Increase coverage In participation brought In all been controlled through one of of the state superior court and the most active members the re.
the worst of later state One
years many our as a senator. Although\ not remarkable as an
thing Is wrong. division and categories of our growers can remember. With of his most Important serviceswas orator he was persistent and

a. means of putting Income tax Fair. these things In mind we needto In helping to settle the persuasive.The .
I remarked to several people continue to grow strawberries boundary dispute between New
preparation on a do-it-yourself signing of the Dclearotlon -
and most of them agreed that
But that Is exactly what Is happenIng basis Rep. Aspln would enlist three By Martha Sue McCain our Youth cattle exhibits were If we can solve our labor Hampshire and Vermont. at the age of S3, was the
Thornton died In 1803 at
problems cut down on production the
In Samuel Adams'life.
In the United States and high point
the best and most
federal bodies-- a special congressional Extension ever
County : costs and find a depen- age.of 89. The town of Thorn- Although he continued to
something should be done about It before 4-H and FFA members showed
committee the General Accounting Hone Economics Agent dable source of quality plants. ton was later namad In his serve In the Continental Congress -
another 15 deadline rolls their calves as good growthy
Office and the IRS to draw honor.
heifers that will mature Into the until tho end of the Revolution
around. recommendations for simplification. The Bradford-Union Cattloman' and succeeded John
up STRETCHING THE DOLLARTo kind of cow a good herd must
Association Is making 5th Signer SAMUEL ADAMS
Hancock as governor of :Massachusetts \ -
stretch food dollar have. Adult participation ,
your especially
If you're still reeling from your annual look for less tender cute of In the "Ranch Ready" definite plans for a 4-II and Massachusetts his later career
FFA Steer Snow and Sale to be Samuel Adams has been called
bout with Form 1040 and Its varIous Despite an outpouring of supportivemall beef such as chuck heel of division was good. We hope held In conjunction with the the firebrand of the Revolu for cannot drama.match his early. .years

"schedules." you are definitely from tax specialists and ordinary round brisket and short ribs. that this will be a start foreven 1973 Bradford CountFair.. tion. and certainly no man did Adams had no talents for

not alone. The complicated forms also taxpayers across the country, the Usually these cuts will give you more participation In next Some of the rules and regulation more to bring about the Amer- managing mono, and although
protein for less than year's fair.
confusd Congressman Les Aspln of House Rules Committee has so far the more tender cuts Cook have already been ap ican Revolution and the Declar- he Inherited a considerable fOI'lime. -
Wisconsin -- a former Rhodes scholar eee proved. Some of these Include: ation of Independence. lie was he eventually lost It all.
these less tender cute slowly
shown little Interest scheduling public -
the first to for
Is limited to push
1. Participation among
Most of his adult life was devoted -
with a doctor's degree In economics. hearings the first step In the legislative with moisture by pot roasting The main shortage at our 4-H and FFA members of Brad separation from England and to serving the cause of
He and seventy-eight; or his colleaguesare of this braising, simmering or stew-' fair COMPLETE Independence.John .
correcting was strawberries
process You also make meat even ford and Union Counties. freedom, for which 1,1: ivichcdllttlo : :
urging Congress to simplify] next, Imposition on the American public. Ing. tender can by grinding cub- though one booth did well sell- 2. Steers must be Florida ,Adams his second cousin financial reward. In fuel I

year's tax forms before another more pounding scoring It. Ing strawberry short cake.Water grown and must be In the said Samuel was "born when ho was elected a dduKute: ,
orgy of confusion sweeps the country Perhaps Rep. Aspln needs a little Marinate It, or cook It with damage from the heavy hands of exhibitors by; October- and tempered a wedge of steel to the Continental Congress, '
rains a week before the fair to split the knot which tied.
1,1972. his, friends had k> furnish Uio :
In 1973.It acid Ingredients such as tomatoes -
help In Impressing the House Rules North America to Great }Britain.
vinegar. You can hurt the plants and berries and 3. All steers must enter a money; to buy him suitable clothing -
Commltteee with the Importance of also use or commercial tenderIzers there Just were no quantity; or weight gain and carcass con- ." and a horse. Ho mar-
simplifying the burdensome forms so quality; available at fair test. Adams was born In Boston ried twice and had two children -
beston tih
which work moist
Is estimated that about half of This lull In ctprices a descendant of tho Pilgrims.'
that the taxpayer does not have to raw meat. If you use a tenderizer production 4. Steers must weight atleast but boll died )'OUI1Sum/ -
the nation's Individual taxpayers our growers>received 700 pounds and grade VvS .' ills father: was..a \dnmIl11Imsel diedin Itos- ,
the of :"expert" assls-. distribute It evenly: < wejJlthy.doaJy-
some 75 million of them, this JUr-, pay take' and expense run thfcdrlsiUrtapeMingC.fcnneeded i ,,( ;Mover{ 'the ,neat, nd pierc4,with ."!,,10uC'I when* the plants started to'fceak! "in good or_ better at.,: .ti,,#Sie M, ./ con nuel of Wd fIIlt'''a i'ltfldUiit\ 'rliafQ J Jl.Sl I OIffilJ., lit the 'age" of-W', +'and! is ...Iu.' .
chainr" The ;
are compelled to seek professional a fork to allow penetra on. last week.The major Interest throughout I '1' furled: \ Ihtrr'ln'Ulo'Old riran"ary .- ;
help In preparing their returns from dollars for a possibly Incorrect -. ? But tenderizers work slowly I stores apparently bought poorer area in this activity Is good.'" vard College and also studied"law. Burying( 'round..: .
or fradulent return. on meats at refrigerator temperature quality out of state berries and Sponsors for a number of the but gave this up to enter

commercial tax "experts", accoun- and have little or no spoiled the consumers taste for different )parts) of the show
tants, or lawyers. strawberries We know that have already been secured.
It head has sufficiently cleared action on meats while they are
frozen. The tenderizers act as when the consumer can get the Many of the cattleman have Rotary Speaker
from the bout with figures and charts Deplores
Besides this added expense that Americans meat warms up out of the refrigerator kind of quality we have at the already been appointed to committees -
you might lend to Rep. In present time a fair price to the and have begun their
dashing and the first stages Attitude On Civil DefensePuzzling
must pay for the privilegeof Aspin's cause by art few of cooking.: But don't use grower will be paid. The problem work. With this kind of enthusiasm i

being taxed, recent studies have lines letting your favorite Congressman too much tenderizer, It can Is to get the buyer go pay the show will have to bea I

shown that outside help can be unreliable know Just how you feel about make meat mushy or crumbly saturate llgt after they have success. For more Information I
Form 1040 tile "cusswords" mealy and dry. the market with talk to a neighboring attltudel-on the )part) billion annually! on Its armed
as well as expensive. More -- cheap poor quality fruit. cattleman or call jour Count; of Washington officials respon forces but only'. $70 million !
than half of the commercial tax pre- of course. We can get good variety and Maybe things are beginning to Agent's office In Starke. sible for the nation's survival on the nation's civil defense" 1

still have the nutrients we need were deplored by Dr. Arthur '
with a little more effort but R RtfSDJG .tiSAR r+ Broyles of the Department of Dr. Hroyles Is recognizedas :
less on the money side. It Physics University: of Jo'Jorlda. one of tho nation's top I
I The New ViolenceTelevision seems we always"antourmon- appearing before the Starke Ro- scientists and one of Its stron-

ey to last a little longer and I tary Club Wednesday April 12. gest proponents of civil defense. -
go a little farther. lie worked as a member -,
\\n of the team that developed -
"To many'of us who recognize
and movies have attained of our society.; SHOPPING! the life-saving potential tho II bomb and has also

new levels In the exploitation Going grocery: shopping to- George Huggins I Ii of a strong civil defense the done extensive research on nuclear -

of violence on the screen,' and the Moviemakers likewise have found day? Be your own best friend past several years of decreasing casually expectation In

effects on the viewing public, especially that ultra-violence is ultraprofltable. when you shop. Treat all merchandise T top-level support of such' the event of nuclear attack.
children are being studied Stanley Kubrick director of the vio you handle as if you ABOUT THINGS I programs. have been a frustrating lie was introduced at I to tan-.
mystery Dr. Broyles said.
were paying for, It. Place unwanted i
with new Intensity; by behavioral lence-ridden film, "A Clockwork Orange :)i by Williams. Bradford
goods back .
they US County; Civil; Defense 14 roc lor,
was accused by Mr. Morgen- "It is clear that the and
scientists belong. And handle
shopping Russia are playing two entirely! who said that Bradford Countywas ; ,
stern of becoming "a totalitarian of carte with care. Any loss or FARM BUREAU will be the At the end of my bucket row, different ball games In the nuclear In better shape than most In

Joseph Morgenstern a contributing the arts who crushes other people'sintricate damage to merchandise or property topic of interest this Saturday I have a 10 foot measuring rod arms race" the speaker regard to shelter spaces having

editor to Newsweek, reports accumulating moral Ideas Into a pulp of ) Increases supermarketcosts. evening Hampton school.This so I can check the rate of said. "The Soviet surpassedus enough for 15,00(1( people A'

evidence that violence in mod decadence." the costa for which you will be the quarterly membership growth. One variety grew 12 In nuclear capability; last large amount of these are In
consumer always inches during the last 15 days
pay meeting. year, and Is continuing to Increase the East Unit: at I Florida State
the mass media can aggressive If have not been attend- During the Fair I neglected to
Are canned vegetables on you the number of Its missiles Prison Williams said. lie poin-
behavior In mass audiences, especially It Is hard to understand how moviegoers ing these quarterly! meetings maintain the regular feeding
grocery list this week? If so, while the U.S.: has leveled ted out that five Florida counties -
among children. or television viewers could con- here's some advice, when you "you are the loser." Things schedule. off In missile productionDr. are without any) fallout

sider such films In the realm of entertainment buy them be sure the cans happen that you must be present Right now I have Floradel Broyles said lie declared .shelters and J 15 other counties
Steak :
Supporting documents from last but many apparently are are not leaking or swelled or about to really! enjoy. I'm friends talk- Big Rutgers Boy Beef Walters ,Patio Marglobe fellow that the U.S.: Is spending $70 have less than I.OO.paces./ .
ing meeting
month's report to the U.S. Surgeon fascinated by the goings-on that bulged at either end. Bulgingor jour Pear and Cherry. It Is
gory swelling Indicate spoilage from the county;), learning something ... ., ., ___. .
the -" 'd..._ .. .. ,, ,.., .._ _.
General much easier to n. '
give us strongest sug- are dished up for them on the home or Small dents In cans do not more about jour organization buy a readyprepared "'

gestion to date that violent tele- movie screen. harm the contents. Badly! dent- enjoying good food anda >> nutritive concentrateand
and movies have brief but good then Just make your feed-
vision programs can ed cans, however should be program.

harmful effects on the large groups Although the Supreme Court has upheld .avoided. A membership Includes the In Farm Bureau water Ing solution Seems by that adding the highly It to!

of normal children. the media's right to such family! So. "l.-
present STRAWBERRIES> with about 580 families in an popular concentrate called

trash the American public also has aright This past weekend I thinkI organization It has to be a TRI-SOL Is best known. I knowIt '. ...:. ; .

Following the report, the Surgeon no t to patronize It. Wltholding had some of the best tasting good thing. You need to know will give good results when : : ." III : > ,

General said that the broadcast Industry those dollars from the box office, or berries I've had all season all you can about Farm Bureau properly used Well, I just hope .I., .

should be put on notice that turning off the TV when such programs Of course they are so good so you can brag about tomatoes the gram ts or low.WEIGHTWATCHING calorie. count of ;\ /', .': .. i' .
just eating out of the your organization 1J '
there Is "overwhelming consensus that come on would be the surest hand .
but If you want to try a ".how'' .We are asking the ladles to
televised violence Indeed does have and quickest way, to stop them from off dessert" ;you might use bring a pot or bowl full of ? 't
effect certain I am a good one to tell .. ;
an adverse on members being made. this one: vegetables, salad or a des- you ;
serf. Our cooking committeewill how to do that. About 20 years

BERRIES 'N CREAM CAKE have some fast-grown na- ago my doctor told me I had ..
vor-fed chicken fried and read better take off.some pounds {
One-third cup 05 oz. can) i
__DID YOU KNOW? sweetened condensed milk 1/3 to enjoy. HAMPTON: SCHOOL- I have been trying ever since '" '
Last Sunday was a little example
cup lemon Juice, t tablespoon
and Saturday will be an-
Florida Law now states thata grated lemon rind,, 2 cups pre-

The Bradford County tire shall be considered unsafe pared strawberries, 1 heavy 22.If the other. 1"M
cup you were among more :My wit. .parents were named :
If It has: any\ ply or cord lady-fingers.. than "
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED cream 33,000 persons attending "Jeffords. The second Jef .
exposed any bump bulge or our Bradford Count; Fair, yousaw fords reunion was last'
knot affecting the tire structure 'Mix together condensed milk family
In Commercial
our Booth. the Sunday O'Leno. A few
1879 ; any break reMlred with lemon Juice and lemon rind.Wa.h. .
exhibits class we were than 100 attended. Ham
more ,
a boot or a thread depth of hull and slice berries
; to win third place. Farm fried chicken barbecued chicken 4-H
less than 2/32 of an Inch measured and measure 2 cups Into condensed Bureau Special
has to tell
a story roast beef about any vegetable
MIJMX In any. two tread groovesat milk mixture. and we are trying to do Just could several!
three locations 1/2 of the you name Models ClothesOn
1ESS cream
Whip cup Group
FLORI that whenever we have the op kinds of salads and I found
spaced around the. circumference until stiff.'Fold Into condensedmilk '
portunity. some smoked salmon. All t'tif
of the tire mixture. Split lady-fingers;
ASSOCIATION I Captain' B.H. Spears Local line 9x3x3:I Inch loaf pan. line-up ended with a 10 foot .
AXY TOMATOES: table of cakes and Thursday April 13, these were also presented: Lisa F-:
pies. Well
Troop Commander of the Flor- Pour berry mixture Into pan, Good ripe tomatoes are right I had broken members of the 4-H peclal kard Pattern Placement For

r \ ; ida Highway Patrol advised keeping lady; fingers In place; In line with good Bradford County 1 couldn't be too my selective glasses so Interest Croup under the volunteer Cuttiiur Out Garment: Barbara
until firm (at least
tires with tread wear Indicators refrigerate \ Strawberries A lot of people I walked down the line. leadership of Luclle Godwin Creative Pastime-'
will be considered :3 I hours). To remove cake, not Crewel l
unsafe >> are preparing to enjoy some Eating Is not the Important Godwin, modeled garments they Embroidery; Lynn
E.L. MATTHEWS Ec l""P.bllsher' If the Indicators contact spatula around inside of cake rood tomatoes right from their part of re-union had constructed before an audience .Pierce The Well Equipped
the road at any two tread pan Invert on plate and remove back yard "bucket farm." Act- like this. It of parents and friends. Sewing Box. A .team demonstration ,
Published' each Thursday end entered es Second grooves at three locations evenly pan. Whip remaining 1/2 ually 3 or'4 plants bucket or Is certainly the opportunity to From left to right are: Pam with Kathy ,
visit with
Class Matter at the Pest OHic at Starha, Flarlda I spaced around the tire and cup cream until stiff spreadon basket-grown will give you lots relatives you otherwise Tucker Lisa Shard= Kathy Ann Allen How Not Toand
under Act of March 3rd 1 1879. and sides of cake. Dec- would >probably> not ever
that tires marked "not for of tomatoes. Some of us have Taylor Lynn Pierce, Am Allen a Cake.
Subscription In trade. erect 1 year, $5.00; Outside highway u.." or "for racing orate with reserve berries Hnda gone over-board and may forward'to see. It was great and we look and Barbara Godwin. Not These girls will participateIn

Y,4 trade near 1 year, $5.50. purposes only" will be Reserve several berries for not like tomatoes after this Easter 1973 the for Sunday of after the shown Is Paula Tanner District Competition Saturday '
deemed unsafe. garnishing. In Jacksonville.
summer same. The following demonstrations AprU 29.

I'uru 12 ''Tclc raf; >h April 21)), 1972


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I Report Declare:

:i Keystone HHites/ Pie*.. C.ll GLORIA 473-3288 REDFEARN., :

WOMAN'S, Smith Lake, Keystone :;

An for the evening and had lovely Rare Bible
scored CIbof decorations of ivy and azaleas Face Sewer ProblemsPlans
for table decorations as well
Keystone Height, will hi To Be ; ,
held at the aa a beautiful floral arrangement -
J-Jbranr, on Thursday Public April for the speaker's tablet At KeystoneA for a central water. and pared for tile entire region slitance In meeting Clay County;
20, from2to5p.iiuTjipubUo :I DUPLICATE BRIDGE sewerage system should be geared toward the preventionof sewer and water problems resulting -
1 la cordially Invited Winners for Tuesday, April number of under way now to serve the. significant pollution problems from rapid growth In
The following officers wen U. were First, Mrs. Roland lei : Smith Lake area near Key- developing in many recent years.
elected at the business from Ute "" lakes In this region, and for To meet these problems, the
meet- Brvan and Mrs. C. V. Home: Edward stone Heights, according to
Ing on Tuesday, F., Armstrong the protection of the water Smith-Davis firm recom-'
April 11: Pre- second, Mrs. Mike Falkel and a Comprehensive Water and
:, sidentMrs. Ralph! Barter; lit Mrs. "F.T. Hoguet Third Mrs. mi Park will be on display Sewer Plan presented to the supply serving the area," the mended the creation of a countywide -
of the Palms Chapel
'f'' Vic President, Mn.. Kenneth W.J. Grollck and Mrs. ZoeTerry atone Clay County; Commission last report continued. authority as the most
,.{ ttj2nd Vic President. L and fourth Mrs. 22 Heights, on week by the engineering firm The countywide, engineering expeditious and efficient) method -
April from
Mrs. Edward Tlmmlns Secre- Paley Boyd and ?Mrs. John through of Smith-Davis, & Associates: of study was made as a prerequisite of Implementing a com
tary, Mrs. Ralph] Grl fri. Cor- Strawn. Included In the ; Gainesville.And for seeking federal as- prehensive water and sewer
r.sDondlng! Secretary. Mrs.Jay one th* First a central sewer systemfor program In Clay County.
Elllsi Treasurer, Mrs. Frey MISS KItS CROWNED Mau of the King the growing Keystone "County designed and finan-
mont Tolles;and DIrector Mr. Miss Lisa Eland was Bible of 1611. Only Heights area should be Installed ced water and sewerage facilities
Owen Baker. The Installation crowned Miss KHS< Friday copies of this great Timmens within the next five years, the Bea shuld be extended into
tea will be on May 23 at 2 pan. evening. She Is the daughter still recorded. report declared. existing build-up areas and Into
A fold day program has beenarranged of Mr. and Mrs. James Eland Sunday morning ai: 11 Air Force The need for Immediate action neighborHelp nearby developing areas according
by program chairman and a Freshman at Keystone Robert J. Wffley; will ; In Dallas at Smith Lake was attributed to programmed extensions
Mrs Ralph Barker. Memben High SchooL First runner-up in the chapel on "The to the 1,200-unlt development ," the report said.
are asked to meet at the Mun was Miss Connie Hargraves of God," and at 7:30 A. Timmins Jr., son now under construction "There Is only one agency that
I Iclpal Building at 9:20 a.m. on daughter of Mr.and Mrs.JamesV. Armstrong will speak on nant Colonel and Mrs. there by Lido Corporation. can provide adequate water and
Tuesday April; 25, to leave for Hargraves and a Senior at liam Tyndale, the Great ; A. TImmins of Key- "This could result" in waste sewage service to the residents
Starke at 0:30.: Keystone High School Second lator." out- discharges of over 300,000 of unincorporated areas of Clay
was among
Roger,Skelton, an Instructor runner-up was Miss Pam Ogden Mr. Armstrong/ is an Heights Air Force Reserve gallons per day." the report County the Board of County I
at the vocational Technical davhtor of Mr. and rlty; on Tyndale, who Training Corps cadets said, adding that "plans for Commissioners. Several of the
School of starke, will be the and a freshman at Key- first to translate the attended the annual con- the protection of !natural resources + smaller municipalities may
host. Following the program stone Him School.Twentyeightgirls English from the of the Arnold Air So- within this region also look to the County autho-
members will have lunch at vied for the title Fri brew and Greek (AAS) just concluded In'' should also be initiated now." rity to meet their need for utlllIJe. -
.the Holiday Inn In Starke. day evening, with the winner Armstrong considers ; The report pointed out that .." the report concluded.
The next luncheon-card par- being crowned by Miss KHS of be the most Important one of 1952 cadets Keystone had a population of
ty will be held on May 12 In- 1971-72, Miss Melanie Homer, scholar In the ) members was of the AAS coed 800 In the 1970 census, a 22.9%
toad of May :3 s due to a conflict daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Inc world. the Angel Flight,who gain 'over the 1900 census ff- Help 1he Old.1t/mf1l,
of dates. Please change Homer. 'IT)* public Is invited In gureof 655.
the date in year book. MELROSE the exhibit of rare of the honorary pro- "With continued growth of the theGood
WOMAN'SCLUB also to attend the service society: ; named Keystone Heights area, It Is a
CANCER DRIVE OPEN HOUSE services. the late General of the Air matter of time before significant td"Behind I
The Woman's Club will again The Melrose Woman's'Club will
the annual fund driveo will be host at an houseat H. H. "Hap" Arnold. pollution problems Neighbor.:
l) sponsor open S "
&8tt Tlmmlns, a member arise, the report said pointing -
f the American Cancer Soc the Melrose Library on A.
that complaints
I' AAS at the out some pollution -
iety. Please be generous when prll 21 from 3 mi 5 o'clock. squadron n
; have been received -
and at- already The Anwrk.on Rod .
of Florida, : : Crone.MM
the Crusaders call on you fora Refreshments will be servedon

contribution to this worthy offering the grounds will be and accepted.a silver met programs to discuss for the organ com- ment of by Pollution the Florida Control."A Depart-. _....._........tC"it.u..",.'\. stands every an u Kurrmofulman "lonixh" l

cause. Everyone is Invited to attend. year and to hear address regionalized water and -- ....:'ry niutiirr-in-law."

COMMUNITY CHURCH by noted aerospace lead sewer.__._...plan.. should_ be pre ._ ........................ ......... ............................................... ......... ,.,.....,.,. .,. .. ..,
The last Family Night Dinner KravcikCookLaddie u. =""""u. 'x"2'kG:u..uu-u.u..;.;.;.:.,,>>:...:.;.;.,.:.:.:"'.;.:'.:-.u..;.:.;.:.;.:.:.:.,'......,...,.............,.........".u........,............................L................. ..... """" n.n.T.THIES >< "..".-".".
cadet Is member of
of the year for the Community The second session of class of 1973 at the unI-)
; Church was held on F. Kravclk of Ber- Friday evening course ; majoring in geology. j & SON i iI
April 12 at 6:30: p.m. found (
wyn, HI announces the engage fensive Driving graduated from The Bolles !
I The food brought by all of the ment and approaching mar- jew persons enrolled Jacksonville, in 1969. :::

good men was cooks enjoyed of the by Church all. Mrs.Wo- riage of his daughter. Amber of, vital more course evenings of April ... !:I: SERVICE CENTER!
Gene Cook son
L.C. Gayle had planned an outstanding to Ronald I
I Cook of Lake 28, from 7 to 9 p.m., '
program for the even- Mrs. Dorothy the course and 473.4651 ki
Ing by W.S. Talbot who Is Geneva. who have attended at BEACH '
(known for his composition of The wedding will take place sessions will receive .:
many of the country music April 29 at 8:00 p.m. In the cates, making them (Lake Saata Fe) :

numbers. He accompanied him Gadara Baptist with Church reception in Mc- a 20, discount on' : Michael B. Chltt? :I. For Entertainment At Ii IiIt's
Rae Township a Family
self on the guitar, and sang and following in the church. Insurance with many of Phooe 473-112 j
many of his own songs companies. S
many of the old nostalgic num- All friends and relatives are Since it Is too late to
bers loved by all. The young Invited to attend.ANNOUNCEMENT. in the current course, we celebrated the : Best Go MotorolaS
and old who attended sang along Interested in this of Granny Copeland :
with him which made It a may call Mrs A. P. father, James at the :?
most enjoyable evening for all. Craft Classes are plannedto who will. refer the re ; of my aunt Clara Sulli :.1{ TV and STERO 11 a
One of the highlights of the start about May 1 at the Roger Skelton, at Willlston.Every- :c
evening Came when George CoLs, Keystone Shops on Highway 21 : a'great time. : It The Most Part Of Our llusiness! 11
favored the with some CLUB : Service Important
gin group North in the area of the washeteria. FELLOWSHIP Howard Bradberry and
W of'his special numbers, such In order to accom- Members and guests Jimmy, and their friends, : : ::
as "The" Preacher and The odate all ages, the classes will club enjoyed a c..Jt,1.Walden and his father, :: MOTOROLA GIVES YOU. :;:{:
Bear. be held in the morning and luncheon on Thursday, of Oxford! 'Ala. .came J}
Guests PI1''. &?.were"lntro.,,,,,'evelMngs ,1f6r'4dtttOnd. after II 13.; at 12:30 in'the < recently to do some' NSIA'MAi 1 : ntrr tree t. ,)
I duced and rn\!\Ste! .Wlscles ; tlL. 'school fpfriWWityfwWttn f: Jfcn ,..,'24;"' endlng.'A ,.''' nied"'byn'"myJI' I v.
1>> I and 2i hoatetll ) birthday.'cake' provided I) '' James loaded
were J they ,up
4 { !i!!
: '
..1 .,,1." ,iyeare ulboJ' Finn week to honor I to the Oklawaha River COLOR'TUN i

bers who have had day and a half, and caught K If someone turn. off the InataMaiicconirol :it:
since January I. boxes full of fish. > and ."me**** up" the pic- ::?
President Lester weekend, my parents, :'.. tore, just push one button to bal> l. .. ::;:
MELROSE leted the business took a KEYSTONE called on Mrs. Milton of relatives here and : I brightness-even activates the auto = ::,:
I I macie 'fine tuning... ::
ture to start the We spent Friday night : .
Uncle Elmer and Aunt : : Instantly Automatic. Automaticcolor :'';
DIRECTORY: period. :::;
Ii" BUSINESS i. circuits lock in color to help
Rev. Scripture, Chltty; in Tallahassee keep color constant when changing ;Sp ?::
chairman, showed some morning we went on :"; channels or when signal varies. ,V i ::'
J A "FISHERMAN'S: SUPPLIESSUM'S HARDWARE-GARDEN[ eating aims.GameFun. where we visited It's the finest color tuning system' :rs:::
Day will Mrs. I you can buy. ---c -... :.:.
r April 27 at 1:30: p.m. Chltty; who celebrated her ..
I, : Village Hardware Lions Club. Ed and birthday on Monday. We r '-. \
ers will be chairmen Saturday night with Russ -. _

i ;; Fish -IT- Stuff & Garden CenterA social hour Westvtlle.Cullifer Then and on fam Sun AM/FM-STEREO \\\\1\\

t. ;; Live Bolt-Dead Bait Complete Line.Of STARKE SR. CITIZENSThe we and the rest of the m COMPONENT SYSTEM ::1..'fO r.
\ club met on relatives gathered to J
"i Minnows Hdw. BenJ. Moon Paints the Pratt' Street at Ma's and celebra ::
h Plumbing & Electrical Supp. center. Former Vice birthday. It was a .. PICTURE. 1.:::
TACKLE-RODS.REELS Bill Richards presided, trip. ... ...... :
FISHING & HUNTING Cro-Tone Fertilizers program included a Smith, daughter of k'' We Carry A Full j
LICENSES. AMMUNI- Insecticides and several games of and Barbara Smith, was
TION ICE Hwy 21 N. 200 yds From Harry Rosenshlne is runner-up In the Straw- r 1, Line Motorola \\1:#
resident of Keystone, r
( Queen Contest at the
Keystone Hats. 473-4357 Light moved here with his County; Fair. Products :':.'

FURNITllRECIFTSLake K.yston. Hgts. 473.3663 law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Duf-
REST UR\ NT Hitchcock. be vacation down spending with some their C eAnrla ; Clock Radios

Geneva MELROSE AARP r, Barbara Smith, and P 0 INCLUDED Tape Recorders
The PaladinUnder Acting President R. .
Furniture mons and Mrs. Pearl and Sue Eckland were In Desk Units 111

Now ManagementJack Church, Ca. visiting the ei1 .
cc *
Gift & Candle Shop and Marl. Sanford Gibson family recently. s Digital ClockRadios
Ke and his came back
son 0 j
Bar-B-Que Buffet LunchSMORCASBORG and enjoyed some ass y Model WP487GWAHljh ;*
EXQUISITE while here. Impact polystyrene '.
Mon. Thru Fri. and Marzie KInchen r a. cabinet with Walnut ;;:y
Furniture For Ev.ry BREAKFASTServed State Larry and James' grtln finish .
Taste And Purse From 7 A.M.B. Mrs. Bide Veal, visi ;

See Our Candle Display B. Quo Take Out Orders MEMBER Tina daughter and Rich and son-in-Burns, :i Quasar !_:
Hwy. 100 E. Lolc. Gonova Open 7 A.M.10 P.M. Mon. In Belvedere S.C., I' COMPARE BEFORE YOU
1 MI. East of Keystone Hot Thrus,. Pave the kend. While there, BUY
Fri., Sat., Sun. 7 A.M. visited the other son Portable
REAL..: \L ESTXTE I: daughter-In-law Jimmy YOU CHOSE MOTOROLA COLOR TV cr..
11 P.M. Klnchen and their new r'' FROM }?
Richard: T. Lovorn Hwy 21 N. Top Of Hill live nearby. ;
Koyiteno 473-9620 M.P. Jones of Ormond j
Tom and Lillian Thie & Son "And Eliminate Down Time"

Reg.''.rteal Estate Broker TELE VISION-AIR: COND., for a few days. 1 0l f f & i F 0 i i 0 i n H i B f mi -r *i t ::
and Vera Swearingen '

LAKE. RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES ?j'., i TV Service Quasar Center' ,her in Jasper and mother English recently., Mrs.Hilton Nora ;I HOT DAYS AHEAD i.i

BUSINESS) ACREAGE .. .' : this week work- ,
.:'D'..'.'!" APPRAISALS TV STEREO. CAR & their a vacation.Party; House Their and son-en- 'J But We Can Keep Them'j i' :

Keystone Hgts. 473-3254 and daughter, Hugh and, i
COMMERCIAL & REST I Fletcher and children Cool For Your Family t
Edna Kn.pp.r; Assoc. DLNTIAL AIR CONDITIONING le, spentthe week- j'

.'.:"' .4734111Martha 473-3362 Durbln,, Astoc. SALES & SERVICE Pa.them of, who the Is estate here of In the her AIR CONDITION NOW i I i

,V.' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS A Trip? Hugh Lucas.

'"'- BE.MJTYSHOPimmjm 473-4651 posit money RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIALAll

r-, '"' ". Nell's MOBILE Want to HOME sell your Mobile account S.E.REALTOR MCKAY Work Guaranteed To Your SatisfactionWe

Beauty Home?? If you have a buyer dream
I Mobile Home Brokers witsarrange Highest "* rits. 473-4816 Do The Complete. Job-Expert .;
ALL financing and
"For alovelier I details brokerage I Installation
SI.Yile Insurance for a A ACREAGES!
fee of 10of the selling
price. For more information RENTALS TODAY

.;,' .Phono. MOBILE, HOME BROKERS. .. BUlba Him 471-4740
;.1Oi'k' f.I.' ', SERVICE
.' ':;Ir Keystone ;, RT.; 1 BOX 350 J Member FJXLC. & | I.J. !::. 1Jj REMEMBER-OUR .
and Heights M.jrol.: '" I MELROSE PHONE, FLORIDA 475-1751 32666. Your J'rl. 4ll > "We Are Where You Are When, You Need Us/ !" :

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By KIWI, BlanehMd Y"" da1fied JSL1 1 ?l S J 1

moved from the Intensive Car .- .
ACTIV7'TESGrtce In 12 wide 2 bedroom ._ --,
United Methodist Unit to Room SIS Baptist FOR RENT- ---

ajn.Church Worship: Sunday services School,11 sun.9:45 Starling Memorial and Hospital.Mrs. Bobby Mm.Nor-CIa CLASSIFIED AD RATES Thee. Long SAVE PI stone* Its J.B. ...J-,,_ Wranjer3oots t

man visited her on Sunday. Deadline for Insertion Monday .
and 7 p.m. MYF 6 p.m. Choir Phone Celia no answer "" --
James Rosier show a little 3 p. m. preceding Thursday .
Wednesday 8 p.m. W. handle eli .
now .
Improvement after being before publication.
Prayer meeting 7 p.m. to Bradford County; Hospital - tickets cruises, and tours.. 1AKE GENEVA WANTED- J, \

Church of God:Sunday School on stomach.PERSONALS Tuesday!. with an ulcerated Minimum(Covers Charge IS words$1.75) We offer-. special' package MOBIlE HOME mer's :: We get FOR THE I \ ,

9:45: a.m. Worship services 11 Each word over' IS, Htf Tour of New SALES property; for WHOLEFAMILY ,..
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.Family night Call today.- -

Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mr. B. L. WUM- All Classified Ads must be Disney World 12' AND 24' WIDES' :964- -,- :

son Jr. and family of Jacksonville paid for In advance unless Call 964-7449. tf/chg
Church 473-4320
Highland Baptist : PHONE '

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.and Wor-6:30 from their, brought church 10 down teenagers to the you with)have The established Telegraph account in that TOWN FINANCE CO. ON ROUTE 100 color TV !
services 11 a.m. f
p.m.ship Prayer meeting 7 p.m. Sr. WUUsona for a "CampOut" event SOtf extra charge for for 'P.O."Box 22* N. Tm.U Keystone Heights, Fla. new picture BOOTS
The Not responsible
followed by Choir Practice. on Saturday. weather billing. only $13.97
was too cold for some so errors when given over the
everybody slept In the house. phone or when copy Is not LOTS FOR SALE Starke Coif 41/dIg.

NEW ARRIVAL, They reported an enjoyabletime. typed and brought to the of) & Country Club, ready for V BEITS WAiLED
and Mrs. John C. Tye
Mr. ARE YOUSEUUNS building on or for investment.
Jr. announce the birth of a tic,. Lots area approximately 1/2 |BAGS-ACCESSORIES
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lee - Ksw
16 at Hall- A NEWCHA1LAN6E
daughter on April acre and larger Paved roads sates
fax Hospital In South Daytona. and family Saturday of guests Jacksonville of Mr. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY only 3 minutes from town. FOR THE LAKE CHURCHINDIAN
Paternal grandparents are Mr. Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. I Ml. OCCUPY
and Mrs. R. M. Mats.
and Mrs. J. C. Tye of Law- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton. $1.75 per Inch fOR 1972 tfchg MOCCASINS

tey. Maternal grandparents Jason Milliard are of Jacksonville and Mrs. Horace 2 Inch minimum .. $3.50 ., To Own 4 A Iinf'lllln:: Lenliifr,
and Mrs.
of Mr.Jacksonville. Cox, of Waldo spent last ----- Taking applications tot Horn.

HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. P. L. Dlnldnj. Memorials Resolutions, Proclamations FHA 235Nevflrfck3ancI4 24' wide.

The following friends visit- Mrs. Llnnle Cllchrlst of Card of Thanks STORE 8 TRACK Repos WESTERN SHIRTS

ed Miss Enza Blanchard during Brunswick Ga., was a guest $4.00 Minimum up to 50 and
the week at St. Vincent's1I0spltal of her sister Mrs. Ernest words. Each word over 50- Bedroom Homes count To Pay
Wells for the week. On Sat- I MAY OFFER THE CARRADINE1Leather
: On Sunday Mrs. Er- SL Call for Details Payments
urday they visited their sister OPPORTUNITYYOU
Mrs. Martha Dor- NEED
ko, Mrs. Buster Bennett and Mrs. Ruth Barthlow, In FOR SALE- bedroom 1-1/2 ARELOOKING Low Down Payment teal Anything From

Mrs. Johnny Bennett; Wednesday Mtddleburg. bath aluminum sliding house. FOR and- Moderate Monthly cleaning Battleships. Shop

Rev. and Mrs. Don Denton Leslie Phillips of Jacksonville Phone 468-1722. 2tp 4/27 PaymentsLONGCHAMP :
1 SOUTH CN U S 301
Mrs. Truby Wainwright, qualify. MILE
called on his mother HCME!
and Mrs. Mae Wells; Friday. Mrs. O. J. Phillips on Wed- PERMANENT HELP WANTED Opening Available Now For HOMES hour LAWTEY.FL4

Mrs. James Norman and Miss nesday. Mrs. Phillips and sister Several openings for men who MANAGER Pbor. 9M-IS33 2224 U.S. 17)) PHONE 787-3400
Elizabeth Terry. Mrs. Roy Hinote returned are good working with tools. 8-5
TRAINEE an IoaUl! Starts
Mrs. A. C. Pearce and Mrs. home with him and stayed; until Several openings for good wood- Retail 2tp / ., 'Fla.
Experience HelpfulBut
Floy Bennett visited their sister workers. Several openings for

Mrs. Dan Starling, In Ala- Mrs.Friday Mary night.Falelca and son trainees. Good starting pay. Not Required. I O.C. Carries Nursery

chua General Hospital on Sun- IIle and Mrs. Mary Barlosa.of Free Insurance. Paid holidays. Thousands of Plants

day.Friends of Albert Norman Dearborn overnight Mich.guests were of Tuesday Mr. openings Paid vacation.for fiberglass Also several laml- Good::; Earning Potential I NEED A Man or woman to In- your, Fruit Trees. Shade; Tree,

will be glad to know that he and Mrs. O. Nlcula and his mother nators. Apply In person: Farnwald Complete Group Insurance represent one of America's cleaner Evergreens Camellias: ,

Is recuperating! nicely in Brad- Mrs. Mary Nlcula. Enterprises of Florida Annual Insentativ 'Bonus largest corporations. Very high ..1; work guarant Azaleas. Roses
and will Industrial Park Profit Sharing Plan Income potential. Call 372- Phone
ford County Hospital Reynold's
Hester lllck Mrs. O. /riant AnytimeI..tNISCAPI.G
Mrs. Moot In cans :
be able to come home shortly. J. Anders and Mrs. Glenn Shu- Green Cove Springs Florida Opportunity For Rapid Advance 4308 Gainesville, 9 a.m. to AH tfchgI :
Friends of I Leonard Norman attended the funeral of Itp rnent. 11 a.m., or 376-2822 Gainesville -
will be glad to know that he ford Lena Deese'of Middle-' - after 7 p.m. 2tp I M Ml. 8 E. of Stark, H", v. 100
Is somo better after being admitted burg on Tuesday. They Joined APPLY 4/20 I Your Roof FlorahcmiS'.! .::!i SCANOis

to St. Vincent's Hospital Mrs. Cora Hodges Mrs. MarIan n"BoIte. In Decatur. Ca.. '
on Tuesday.We Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayesof EAGLE FAMILY 1017 I Or A

are glad to report that James Durham there and after Starke visited their parents :' : : Mohawk, flbcrglnss
Mrs. Elnora Privett has been the funeral all of them Mr. and Mrs.J. E. Tes DISCOUNT STORE LEW'S WHOLEROOF If.' guide $153; 17-1/2': SI70.
and ton and family on Sunday. t pills (ta"--fealer. Gainesville -
steak dinner on her birthday and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Grlffls S ARKE, FLA. locally.
Whispering Pines. Motel SAIJ-; bedroom frame
JacksonvilleBusiness I Mrs. Elsie:: Norman Mrs. and children, all of Palatka
James Norman and sons and were Sunday guests of) their US 301 S. Phone low : Co. house; living room family

Brenda Starling visited Walter mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, 964.8232 fore we room, complete bath, double
SALE 15' carport puved driveway, large
In Gainesville Extended FOR Fiberglassboat Piano :
Starling home on Sat- and Mrs. Daisy Boch. 50 HP outboard Trail UTILITY TRAILERS field or 473-4735. utility room. 154 ft. frontage
Care Nursing
Mrs. Will Edwards and grandson ere Good condition. Phone 964- CUSTOM BUILT South by 135'. Ucll landscaped, good
urday. Bob and Mrs. Fred Moore drainage, chain link fence.
Mrs. Elizabeth Terry was a In Jacksonville Saturdayand 7741. Itp.HELP GAS AND ELECTRIC FOR
were Paved street. 1103V, I HI tier
Thursday overnight guest of Blan- BRAZING house
visited Miss Enza: WELDING
WANTED: Couple for Itoad For appointment cu1l9j.J.(
DirectoryAuto her sister Mrs. C. E. Strick. Hospital.Mr. after 5
chard In St. Vincent's SHEET METAL\
::;603. 31427MARTIN
chicken farm. 2 bedroom house
land, In Gainesville. She also and Mrs. Glenn Shuford TRAILER HITCHES tfchg
Water fur-
visit with her nephew partially furnished.
enjoyed a and children, Mr. and Mrs.
and niece Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter and children; nished. J.R. Raulerson Box INSTALLEDQuality LOV

Sale and Service Paul Pawlak and family of Detroit Gayle Shuford; Mr. and Mrs. 197, Stance 475-4456 after 6 I Py, six CAMPERSu.s.

Mich. Gaskins and Mr.tnd Mrs. p.m. lip. .. No
J.B. ,
90, Coke City
Parrish Motors Bill Casklns and children drove MM It Parts
FOR RENT- bedroom
Mr. and !Mrs. Claude North to Rodman's Dam and enjoyeda Phone 752 3723
9 miles N.W. Starke on OF
and children. of Jacksonville over the weekend.Mr. FOR I
SALES 235. Call 964-6236 or 964- For But Selection Of
were recent nests of and Mrs. Jimmy Mooreof CARS
5630. Itp.
SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. FlJIHTU P.ot"M
"VOLVO grandparents Jacksonville announce the TRAVEL TRAILERS

PARTS John )I. Robertson. birth of a daughter Sue Ellen. FOR RENT Small house fur- ltchg I area MINI-HOMES
BerthaStuckey. cf) Jacksonville Home Furnishings
Mrs. Paternal grandparents are Mr. nished. Desirable location. Service TRUCK CAMPERSAND
spent the week with her Mrs. ,W.F. Moore of Law- Custom UraBcrle
Always Good Used Car and Suitable for Individual or cou I ; TOPPERSFull
Mrs. L.P. Ra- yours. :
sister-in-law .
1121 Laura St. Ph. 3514151EI.iTItlC ple. M.A. Payne Phone 964- Carpeting I. dren $ PARTS
fusc. tfchg. Interiors by Victor Line Of Ports And
Mr. and Mrs. Donate Taylor tey.Local 6560 after 5 p.m. or N.' Waldo
Man J132? Park Ave. Orange Park Service
MOTORS and family! of St. Petersburg, FLUFFY soft and brUht are
spent the weekend with theirbzothier carpets cleaned with Blue Lus Tel 264-7531 J

PEAVY Brother. and sister-In-law Mr. Trains As tre. Rent electric shampooerL. List )' WT: NOW IIAVI': diamond noodles -
and :Mrs. Gene Taylor andfam- VA
Builders Hard-
i Devrlck, Inc., for oily make or model
Electric Co. ily.Mrs. ware Supplies Starke Fla. INSURANCEAT stereo plajcr.nulimer's, Discount -.
S.\V. Griffith and son. Deep Diver Phone 964-6163. It REDUCED RATES & House. lCI chI:
fie of Starko, were guests of their 5701
Elet"t Motors
cousins Mrs. O..I. Phillips and' Richard Braswell son of Mr. .HELP WA\: En- Now taking AUTO, FIRE, BOAT FOIl S\f J.-: l.aho side cottageto
S'UI Snilcvil Repaired M I Joy: Hinote 01Smull!,) FOR
1'8. of
Braswell and
and Mrs. C. R. application for hostesses be moved 1,000
(1t'.l'nt..jStal... ..'".. AniiatweliMI afternoon. DOYLE E. CONNER 283 \ approx
a Garden Res-
Starke has Just completed waitress. Apply ] set. ft. aluminum siding. 2 nit,
Jacksonville Call
( J 'WllldllUI', RCA. Joo I'aulerson: of at the Coastal School taurant. 2tchg 4/27 INSURANCE AGENCY Ideal for
course large family room.
I I.'"" J.IV. :387-8.123;! :! visited :Mrs. I.. P. In Oakland. tchg.IF I
of Deep Sea Diving : small family. Duford Mitchell
Ivafuse on .Sunday.Mr. FOR SALE- Thrlty-elght lots PARTS
California. Phone I 904-0833.; :> tfchgWhy 1
: and :Mrs. O.H. Wiggins, eleven and
of For the proceeding in SecurityHomllltesl.9mUOIe8lt WE DON'T!\ HAVE IT
PIANOS_ of Jacksonville were guests shade
attended Starke
halt weeks Braswell of Rt 301 on Rt230 ,
their pul'enls.Ir.: and :Mrs. D. one commercialDeep Florida. Make offer. tied W. we'll get It for you. Office Two CARS '
the only
YAMAHA! TIANOS \\llKiiison Sr., on Sunday School In the Real Estate, Realtor Supplies Furniture Equipment CS 301. /, WaitYour.Wostig
Sea Diving Holland
CON Nand KJl\I ALL George! lesion of Jackson- World. which Is a State Authorized Ft 3 Box 1738 Lutz, Fla. Bradford County Telegraph tfc'ng AUTO .' The Income
ORGANS \yule was a guest of his brother Diploma Granting Institution 33549. Jim Collette. Phone 813 Inc. m U Tax Returns

and slstel'InIaw.Ir.and: and Is approved tel 920-2970 Tampa Fla. lip INC. \ ;
:Mrs. J.l': Teston and familyon ;
the G.I. BUI Cal-Vets as well WANTEDIxp.rtenc. .
Thursday.Mrs.\ students !NEW X-U Reducing Plan 42 U' For Con Moke
: Clifton Smith: visited, as approved for foreign .
Back Gua 372-4373
Tablet $3.00 :Money
her brotlier-ln-law J.E. :SmithIn through the U.S. Attorney n Your Down PoymentToday
General's Office. This rantee. Koch Drug Store lOtp .d Factory "
San! Bernardino Calif itccntl *-

>. .course--_ .-_ has" _._also____been Va..I..ant approved. 6/22 Operators :'T LOTS On The Mobile HomeOf
:Mrs. Celita Lee and daughter lor 010 tvivrmi* tvawjuvuiivi.* .
of 1966. It Is most TRACTOR TRAILER SALE Your Choice .< ,
,- :Michele, of Jacksonville unusual with classrooms 12 to TR.I"EES"EEDED: : STEADY WORK.HOURS : and Crosby Come To Our Office "-., '
of :Mr. and Mrs.(
"SWINdER" were guests underwaterhlle diving You can now train to becomean ) 50 feet
KIMTIAM. fee t Rest.
30 We'll Do The
O.C.:: Pearson over the week
learned the techniques over-the-road driver or city; ) Located on
OU6ANS he has
end. :Mlclielo remained for a Call Mr. James
Roo.nUlall3881151"; visit.Mr. of underwater construction driver. Excellent earnings after 3 miles West We Trade For Anything From
longer Ideal for
trucks vaca
short training on our
: and :Mrs. foster Hayes carpentry underwater use welding concrete and with our driver Instructors to AT 468-1645 home or Billy Cool To Battleships.

FURNITURE and son of Hampton calledon welding andburning help you. For application and ST JOHNS MOBILE HOMES
J. L':. Teston and family on tools! demolition interview call 904-388-4607 MURANO $1.295.00. $200
FURNITURE Sunday afternoon.' rigging! In marine or write School Safety Division month for 3d Orange Ave. (U.S. 17))
:Mrs( Barbara Whale and use of explosives WALDO. FLA..
well as United Systems, Inc., Terminal simple inter- Phone 284.5439
AT DISCOUNT ki children of Atlanta Ca., spent and salvage work as
) oil rig diving.According Bldg., 1716 McDuff Ave., Green Cove Spring Fla.
Complete 'I'/ I) Easter weekend with her mother to Braswell.he has Jacksonville Fla. 32205. Approved 8 ajn. to 9
Household //I :Mrs.( Nellie \Wilkinson, tired of his 9-5 Job for ". A. Benefits.. OLIN'S MOBILE tf
:\I1d(1'1.:( Daisy Boch.Mr Just (tot Placement assistance avail
Furnishings : ( and :Mrs. J.C. Beach punching in and out.This plunge able. Over 700 transportation
and :Mr.( and Mrs. Bob Thorn Into a diving career means a SEWING
Up To 40% Savings ton and children of Jacksonville raise in pay from around He $30 duates.companies 2tchg have 4/26 hired our gra Serrice, Our Policy ': : BUYING OR

visited :Mr. and Mrs.( John a day to 9191.50 a day. was _
1i Baxley Chair Co. Robertson on Sunday only ONE of the many men STARKE Service- MACHINE
from various walks off,, :
: ( Lee
Mr. and Mrs Robert
648 Ca5..,, 1 Block from Coastal Schoolof 964-8810 128 N. Court St.-We room, 2 baths. 5 bedroom Sale and Service
and Johnny the weekend
spent Adding
From 1.10'Jock.o"vllle.389.1741 Diving. After eleven and one repair Machines, Cal special. Also useJ 10' X !6'. .
with their brother-in-law and .
studies culators Typewriters. Pick up (; : ;" 1'5 PFAFF ELNA
half weeks of grueling .
sister )Ir. and :Mrs. Larrle Several Finance Plans Used
and fracttcal Helmet Diving and deliver). 2tp 4/27 .. : \ New Homes
Traded On New
he is read to qualify for on*
of the best paying Jobs in the Hwy. 100 West Starfce 964-7826 WHITE$49:5O

world. Union scales for a deep PUMPS
sea diver is $191.50 per day ST. up

I $750.00REWARD minimum. Many divers are) NEW AND USED .- Parts'& Repairs on
earning an average of$25,000 tobeO,000 .
It was to ; all ether Make Ma
: per year. .l.lOw.n
this end that he had shaped his SALES FACTORY HELP MOORE'S chines.NATIONAL.

H future career to work as an PARTS -
: underwater technician in 9m SERVICE

ever increasing enterprise of Deep and Shallow Wells Joist of Florida, Inc. needs FOR

and this' small but select' group Water'' Softeners ud bodied factory help. No ." i 611 W. Univ. Ave.
For information leading to the arrest that will witness the many Filter Steady work overtime fringe MONEY, Gainesville Florida
conviction of Person or Persons responsiblefor phenomenal 'happenings! unfolding ,

removing two 9'/i\ H.P. Evinrude Motors & before them in his career 964-5791 378-1355
under the Seas of the IF YOU ARE WILLING TO
one New Stumpknocker Boat from Sampson World. AT'OWEN Outboard A

Lake on the night of April 10, 1972. Please Braswell has attended Miami SERVICE ON I Service and drive HELP Semi-log WANTEDMale truck run who skidder can-
in ,
notify: Coral Park Sr. High Fiber loader and saw. Top pay
Santa Fe Jr. College In PHONE
and 964.7061DURR.ANCE Custom full time work good benefits.
964.7170 Gainesville and formerly! Lincoln City Road Monday Call write Loncalo Phosphate -
L.E. Andrews PH served in the Navy. His plans) .... Fishing! or
Co.Box 768, High; SprIngs
W.H. Brown PH 964-5224 are to remain in the Salvage) PUMP A SUPPLY CO. 7:00: A.M. Te 5:00: Fla. Phone 4541511.rLA'ti It/'cl14rChURCh

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