Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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April 27, 1972
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Opening ford sheriff.

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said, "I am indebted to
the people of Bradford
Co. HospitalUnion County for all they have done
for me, and I will continue to
have their Interest at heart,
even after I retire next Jan-

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new ted by the trustees In an April
hospital was completed a year 10 meeting. The trustees asked The 63-year-old sheriff was

Th. new goe up at Bradford. Th. old, at right, will soon com down. ago but Its doors remained for a Joint meeting with the born at Ueilbronn Springs 'on
... closed while county commis- commission to review the sit- Sept. IS: 1909, tho dcscendont
'"4 of pioneer settlers of Bradford
sioners and hospital trustees! uation.!
dispute control of the 9814,000 County, beginning with his
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facility. great-grandfather, .Drury lIed- .
dish who came here from Georgia -
Opening of the new hospital In the 1850's, farmed and
Old C Building Going Going : and securing a physician tor fought: In the Civil War, losing I f

Union solvable County so tar has Now proven the hos-un- 'BATS BITE In the Battle of Oiustoe. --A'.I'

... pltal opening Is again delayed.
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'Old-lC'BulWing at Bradford ry 'and admlnl lrnUv ,jutu itt'jspelling i e"hahM-ecumomicg' ,.ng:; ready) ''r "''"WTfiuudfnav h ;'Nhe'oldest'strue-1 '-y''-of that L.I.-firm- and' .i..y school nt-board 'Tli County Commission l want .2CHILDREN: started his political car- r

raa.l5cT.ool.. built In Its demise. The new I Iby.mld-May.Jor submission to tire i at BUS, went up In 1914, Supt. Casey says The board Is to lease the 'hospital to' the eer with election in 1038 to the
1914,' 'If* beWsquoezed! out by building Is set for completion the School Board. Decision !Names the to trustees, a, body appointed by Eight-year-old : County; Commission, a position
on cornerstone, Jessica Williams
'Supt. Tom Casey's multimillion In time for school next tale! to actually,. tear down the old bo 'saved, are D. Knight, J.. charging 060 : Forrest Hills! 33- the governor and which servesat and six-year-old Ilowell- ho held for ten yours lie first
dollar building program) thus ending the need for C; Is liquidated damages on for sheriff in 1948 and
building yet to be made, Casey W. White, and ES. Matthews. Phase 3 construction no salary. The trustees want came screaming home to their ran was
It stands above, apparently Building. says, and Is up to the Architects were Talley and vocational-technical center at for the the commission to deed the mother last Thursday night, elected to the post he has held
Its last legs,the superstructure Suot Casey says he plans to board.It Summer. Contractors were being 153 days late finishing facility to them outright. telling her that they had been for six successive' terms, exceeding -
1s the record of the late
of the second phase of a new have bids for the demolition of anticipated the twostoryportion Smith and Watson. A three-year lease proposedby attacked and bitten by a leo-

BUS building to,house a libra the old building, except for the of C Building, Includ- Trlest Construction Co., ((5.. Page 8)) the commission was rejec- pard or flying frogs. ing W.J.his K.pperson fifth ,term who In died offlca.dur-

ing the present BUS Library, Keystone( Heights!, is building It was later revealed that
will down this It both BUS and Reddish recalls that he star-
go summer. the new building
the two youths were attached and
now houses the high school the new special education facility bitten repeatedly by bats while ted his career as sheriff witha
{ Poultry Pushes administrative offices guidance ; and gym at Bradford Mid- 1,500 Buying playing in a wooded area on Cypress staff consisting only of himself
offices,and business edu- dle School. Present construction St. In Starke. The chil- and Half Alvarez, who
cation classes. at both schools was bid dren had never seen bats before was a combination deuutv and
Casev Is "contemplating, :at as one project for $660,000.Both according to their mother Jailor. It wasn't many months
least" a third phase of the high are proceeding on sche-. and did not know what to call before he was launched into
Farm Sales school to Include a new science dule, Casey says. Food them. the most sensational case of

wing Hopefully, he says, construction Middle will be school increased square by footage 50 StampsFlorida Other children playing In the his storekeeper career, D.L.the Silcox murder of by

will begin next fall, cent with the new construction area were not bitten. three :Negro holdup men In
if. the School Board decides per Jessica was bitten severely on early May 1949. All three menwere
; from 40,000
To that Is the direction it wantsto square Some confusion exists about Bank building, and pick the arm while little brother Howell taken Into custody before
: $11 MillionA go. The third building, the feet now to 60000. when during a month to buy up an application. appointment was bitten on the back the end of the month, and later
t superintendent says, Is not Most flooring Is poured at food stamps, but after only will be made later to and neck. tried and convicted''In court
as pressing as was the sec- the middle school, the roof three months operation 200 discuss each situation witha here.
booming poultry Industry products pushed Bradford ond phase of construction. decking Is on. and the walls more persons are buying food representative of the Dlvt=* The two children who Hilda live Reddish 1s proud of the record -
grossed over $10 !million In County's; value of all farm Funds for the third new BUS are about halt finished. Construction stamps than ever received free slon of Family Services. Whether with their mother, Mrs.Street of his office In solving
Williams Orange are
1969, $1 llonoverIts sold In 1969 to $11- started March 1. food commodities. on
up some products building would come from state a person Is eligible to undergoing the series of crimes down through the years,
1964 level; according to 408,041, up from $4,015,850 In funds or by selling the remain- An agreement for a full release "Really, It's a program for purchase food stamps depends, now rabies shots. and U particularly proud of a
figures relased by the U.S. 1964, a 284 per cent Increase. der of the revenue certificates from Forrest Hills Construction working people who don't have Mrs. Bennett says, upon their citation received from Governor -
Department Commerce's.Bu- A Census of agriculture is authorized by the board two Co. has not yet been enough to live on," says :Mrs adjusted Income, meaning whatIs The Starke Police Departmentand Fuller Warren commending -
reau of the Census. taken every five years by the months ago. worked out between attorneys Betty; Bennett, director of the left after expenses are sub- County; Health Departmenthave him on the work- of his
Sale of poultry and related Bureau of the Census, a part new food stamp program whichis tracted. fogged an area and setout office. Only three such cita-
of the Commerce Department's operated within the Division poison In an attempt to kill tions have been given by the
Social and Economic Statistics Mack Futch To Run of Family Services office at the bats and to possibly deter- State, Reddish says.
Administration."It Call and Walnut Streets In Long Praised mine whether or not they.are Sheriff Reddish served as
doesn't mean that Brad- Starke. rabled. Florida SIIer-
l|f (fount &rirr ford's 200-some poultry and Some purchasers of stamps For Records, According to health officials, 1f ssiAssociatio in 1968 and
egg producers have that much For don't understand they are allowed 90 per cent of all bats are has also been active In the
In their POCkets' Defender's PostMack With summer Just
money AssessmentsTax rabled. a- program of the Sheriffs Boys
to buy stamps Just twice
SPD and
County; Agent Bobby round the corner, the Ranch.
"But It does mean the poultryindustry per month. :Mrs. Bennett says Health ask
County Department
; He .has special plans after
\ S. Futch assistant of the experience that Is explained to each pur- Assessor Gene Long'srecords no
that much reason
J1 put money all parents to caution their )
next January, but wants to quitnow
chaser but in some cases itdoesn't and land use +n
Into circulation: here." state's attorney for 15 years I have had during my 22 II8IINMack maps against playing with "while health Is good"
.y Poulbrymen may have netted and a native of Starke, announced register until a customer were highly praised Tuesdaynight strange or wild animals and he entov his retirement
I so can
attempts to make a third at the Zoning Board meetIng -
$1 l million In 1969, Taylor to Monday become a is candidate his intention ?y. ., purchase In one month. by a representative of the If they It"AccordJns are bitten by one to years. He and his wife, the former -
guesses report Ruth Sapp have seven
Estimates contend there are for the office of public defender The limitation Is necessaryto State Auditor General's office sons-- all but one living In
of the Eighth Judicial Cir- of records! Bradford taxassessmentsare to health officials,
limit the amount
one million laying hens In the the children Starke and vicinity; -- and
GARAGE SALE county; which generate a gross cuit. and ease pressure on the food among the most accurate In limbs the bats probably disturbed enough grandchildren to keep
Income of $6 million. The office is presently held stamp staff in serving custo the state, and are well within were hangingon. them Interested and active.
April 27, 28, 29 Value of all crops sold In by Gainesville Attorney R. A. mers.It the 80 per cent ratio which
1969 is placed at $944,139, up "Buzzy" Green, Jr., another Is best, Mrs.Bennett points has been adopted as a guideline
9 A.M. To 5 P. M. from $888,670 In 1964 Starke native, who says he will 'out, to purchase stamps twice by the state comptroller's office -
Value of all livestock, poul- seek a newly created circuit per month buying one-half the said John McGowan, here Berry Picking Slowing I
150 W. Coll St. try, and their related productssold Judgeship In the Eighth Judicial amount allowed! each time. The checking assessment ratios in
in 1969 Is placed at $10- : Circuit. purchases should ideally be Long's office
(Formerly McDuff') 390,033 In the Census of Agri- Futch practiced law In Starke made at the first and the mid- The Zoning Board and Long, Pushed to peak production "Hot ''weather last week whenwe
in dle of each month. by last week's hot weather did themIn
culture, up from $3,061,772 from 1950 to 1962 before moving its secretary-director, were picked so many
Sponsored By 1964. Beet cattle sales totaled to Gainesville In 1963. He "We advise customers to buy also commended for keeping strawberries are fast slowIng ," Carter said flatly. The hot
Home Life about $150,000 In 1969 accordIng has served as county; attorneyand them every two weeks," Mrs. the fine records and land use down this week, accordingto sun ripened the fruit fast
to an estimate by County; county; prosecuting attorney Bennett says She realizes, maps maintained here. Information from shipper .'.
Starke Woman's Club:: Agent Bobby Taylor. for Bradford County; and as however, that persons receivIng Morris Carter at, the Lawtey BUS CafeteriaFire
Bradford County; farms num- attorney for the Bradford County only one check per month
Please Call 964-5544 bered 363 In 1969, up 10 from in ; Hospital. must, of necessity; purchaseall More Fun Over 18,000 Carter flat and were L.M. ..
shipped by
the last previous cencus PutOut
I II Futch, 44, was appointed aaslatant their stamps at one time
I If you have articlesfor 1964. Of the county; total state attorney In 1956. Norman last week. The grow
200 1,501 persons purchased food InTJieSunBefore, was paid around $2.50 per
farms In 1969, reported er filters
picktipProceeds selling $2,500 or more of a- He also served from as Levy 1967 County until; FutchIn stamps In March and number flat. Some of the berries sold stoves Dirty; in grease the Bradford over High
attorney May
grlcultural products comparedAverage approved to purchase them has going to bed Saturday well at the retail market and fire
School cafeteria caught
for benefit to 131 In 1964. September 1970. the practice of law, including Increased since then,Mrs.Bennett night, remember to set the some sold low, according to Tuesday morning April 25,
ef Building Fundfflammunitg size farm was 161.1 Many persons In our circuit 15 years as assistant. state I says. That is about 200 clock ahead one hour. Carter. trip the
acres In 1969 with the average an dependent on the public attorney, and In representing more clients than ever received Daylight Savings Time will Carter shipped about 1,500 Starke necessitating Fire Department a by to
c--. ., value of these farms l land and defender for representation defendants prior to that, I am free commodity; foods. again be here at 2 .jn. Sun flats Tuesday he said, but out the blaze, according to Assistant put
buildings was $43.233. In criminal >cases," Futch confident I can fulfill all of The food stamp office In day April 80. The result Is production U falling each day. Fire Chief Eldon Saw-
m It Reported for the first time .ta.... the obligations of that office Starke sold stamps which equal a period of time when everyone Just Carter Norman,and Lloyd
In an.agricultural census la "Those Individuals, becauseof and furnish effective legal representation about $33,000 on the retail market has an additional hour of Grlffls are still picking and The small fire occurred a-
&tat" Bqnk information on the extent to economic: circumstances, to all persons entitled Mrs. Bennett says. light to find his fun In the shipping from the Lawtey mar- bout 8:45: ajn. Tuesday. Football -
which the corporate structureIs cannot afford to hire a private to the services of the ket. Luther HUUard. Carter Coach Jerry Reese used
Are.N... '...1. U. being used by operators of attorney. Each of those Indivi public defender." Mrs. Bennett \urges( any persons sun.Next fall we' can ill ask: ui U running a "you pick' a small fire extinguisher to

,..... D.T........a.-.w... Cute.t : farms which agricultural products Futch was born In Starke for who food thinks stamp he might purchasing qualify -- What became of all the daylight om"*,operatloo and Leon Starling control the flames until firemen -
totaling $ ,$00 and over stituticm. August 2, 1927 and attended. to visit the office at Call people saved since the may be picking a few berries. arrived and killed the blue
Bradford schools. clocks were moved ? With CO-2 fire extinguishers.
were sold. competent legal representation. and Walnut Streets In the old up

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rT DKG ConductsInitiation Cottons Span Seasons. I

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At t Middle SchoolThe What's a girl to wear when

n: r Rr she's United traveling States and throughoutthe circling

triangle of tall red tapers the globe as well?
a'stsr In gold candlesticks en- 'r' If the girl is 1071'Maid of
hanced by a gold urn holding Cotton Pat Perry the answer
red roses was the center of comes as no surprise.. It's cotton
a recent Initiation ceremony of course.
of Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta And Pat's fashionable
Kappa Gamma International ardrobe is filled with examples ,
ciety; In the music room of the of cotton's unique
Bradford! Middle School. versatility that enables it to
Mrs. Joyce Norman of Rat- Mt it span seasons as well as con-
ford, and Mrs. Naomi Rober- tinents.
son of Macclenny were the two One of the newest things
new members initiated.An to crop up in cotton is a

\ Inspirational talk on"Our :: was tweedy actually textured woven fabric on wool that
\ selves Each of Us, was given Y wl Gt fl1 Ir{ looms. It has the bulky textured -
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\ by Mrs. Muriel Norman.
r 41 '. i look normally associated
\ During a business session, with wool, but all the-
presided over by Mrs. Marie New Officers of Hospital Auxiliary comfort that Just naturallygoes
Woodley, chapter president, with cotton.
plans were discussed for at- For the Maid's wardrobe,
tending the International Con- Hospital Auxiliary Installs Officers At t Supper MeetingMiss the fabric is used in lavenderand
Wedding Set vention In Houston, Texas In white. plaid for an easy-
August fitting Jacket dress.. .
For May 19th Mrs. Lucille Payne gave a Lillian Stump was I Installed I- service In the same time were Mrs Gerald Balllle, Mrs. r Brushed cotton denim
talk on women In governmentand as president of the Bradford recognized.The Charles Hall,Mrs.Marlon Harrington gives a soft touch to a travel.'
County; Hospital Auxiliary Mrs: B. L. Hamilton, ing pantsuit for the Maid. It
Mrs. Edna Jones of Macclen- the Intelligent everyday life, following new memberswere
ny and Richard Jones of Gainesville and Mrs. Joyce Weldon spokeon Monday night at a covered dish welcomed I to the Auxiliary Mrs. Harry Gruen, and Mrs. slightly includes flared long: pants, and with
the of Delta Cam supper meeting in Methodist Mrs. 'M. G. Gus Kopelousos. Iep a
announce the engagementand key Kappa : Boyce Sr. swirling cape that s detailed
approaching marriage of mat Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Foster Shl Smith Mrs. Preceding the business meetIng with white saddlestitching.Other .
their daughter, Loretta J.Mer- Officers serving with Miss S. G. Figlock, Mrs. G. F. Wol- a buffet dinner was served. pants outfits in the
rill, to Homer F. Hart of Lake Stump for the coming year will fred Jr., Mrs. James Mlnes- The U-shaped dining table helda wardrobe include a Jaunty
Butler. be: first vice-president, Mrs. Inger, Mrs. Dick Thomas,Mrs. garland of fern interspersedwith knicker suit in a tiny woven
The wedding will take placeon Levon Andrews; second vice- C. G. Hill, Mrs. Charles Bras- arrangements of shrimp CITY.MANNERED-Mald of Cotton Pat Perry shows how geometric cotton; a leather-
May 19 at 8 p.m. in the president Mrs. Olin White; well, Mrs. Nettle Kirkland plant fronds. The head table to span the seasons fashionably. Her solution: a softly trimmed rainpants outfit in
First Christian Church,Starke. president-elect, Mrs. W. A. was centered with an arrangement tailored Jacket dress in tweedy textured cotton woven on
Mrs. Merritt was employedby yS .r Stern recording secretary, of red and white rosesIn wool looms. In lavender and white plaid the easy-going royal blue cotton canvas; anda
the Bradford County; Tax Mrs. H. A. Lawson corres- UDC/ Memorial an antique bowl. Jacket tops a gently shaped dress with solid colored bodice. tailored suit of dazzling
Collector's office for 12 ;years, ponding secretary, Mrs. M. W. Service To Be Designed for Claudia by George Halley. white pique.
Cressler treasurer, Mrs. M. --------------------
and la now self employed In ; -
Lake Butler A. Baldwin Jr. Mrs. Charles Held
Mr. Hart was plant Darby was Installing officer. SundayW.T.
managerfor Mrs. M. F. Hazen awarded Genuine Marble!
the Lake Butler Farm Cen- Elegant. Imported
ter for six years, and Is now F service pins and bars to die Weeks chapter, U.D.C.
self employed. 52 active members for the 4- will hold a memorial service'I
All friends and relatives are 686 accumulated hours of service Sunday, April 30, at 4 p.m. at I
Invited to attend the wedding given to the hospital miring Crosby Lake Cemetery. R.A.I. I We Have Just Received
and reception. the past year. Mrs. Carl Green Jr. will give the address : A Large
Mathews, who has given 2,500
and a musical
hours of service in the past will be presented by membersof I I Shipment Of Beautiful Marble Pieces.
G rims ReceptionSet several ;years, and Mrs.George the Baptist choir under William I
Anderson with 2,000 hours of George. The public Is Invited The First Of
For Sunday to attend. :1 Showing Its Kind In Starke. .'

W. A. HogansAre The Chapter will have a I
Mr and Mrs. Joe Grills, Dutch treat luncheon-meeting I
Sr., of Route I 1. Starke will HonoredA Wednesday, May 3, at 12 noon j IT LOOKS I

ding celebrate anniversary their Golden on Sunday Wed-, .: t Dinner PartyRev. at the Holiday Inn j SO EXPENSIVE IT MAKES YOU THINK

Aprl. 30, from 2:30: to 5 p.m. "
at Grace Baptist Church on S teckiel-M coreEngagement & Mrs. W.A. Hogan Beta Sigma Phi YOU CANT AFFORD IT! '< : ;
were-honored at It small din- Honored
.'Alllends and relatives are ner party; last Friday; nightat Pledges j ur ,"s.,. ,. iUM' ... I" ..

:4vlt& 0 attend. Is Announced the home of Afr.,4 Mrs.Carl ,A t _Supper $ .t rxtf.J:(.''" )'Nr., ..'. ." t. .. "u4A ,'.."..".(,oJoJ''' .< ., I r.if-j y -11'/1"" H'q./ 'Ill-tit'' :, IfM'gnu., II ,'.
K Hurst*on"Searing Street. Mr. r. .
64 ecretaries Hogan is retiring his pasto- ; : '
!Mr. and !Mrs A. J. Steckiel rate with the First Baptist Pledges and regular mem- / BUT
Gu sts Of Inn of Scranton, Pa. announce the Church, and he and his wife bers of Beta Sigma Phi sorority YOU CAN
engagement and approaching are moving into their new ; enjoyed a steak supper' O Oti
Sixty-; ur secretaries em- marriage of their daughter home, now under constructionIn at a recent Pledge Ritual held
ployed 'iy Bradford County; Virginia, to Jimmie N. Moore, Pensacola in June. at the Starke Coif & Country
Tues son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Club. Pledges Inducted at this .
firms w tgiiests at noon Sharing the occasion with the c -
Inn of Starkeat Moore of Starke. time were Mrs. H. A. Bishop ) 7
day of tl lollday honor guests were several other :
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a flu won highlighting In- couples. Assisting in serving HI, Mrs. Robert Bowen, Mrs. !
ternatioi. Secretaries Week, Miss Steckiel Is a graduate were Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. Harry Gruen, Mrs. Philip Nichols ; / w
of Scranton c.entrallligh: School
and Mrs. John Watson. -.
April 23 9. Sonny Tenl), Miss Johanna
and Community Medical Center
welcomedby ; The regular meeting of the
The i 1Sts were Fowler and Mrs. Edmond Ten-
Wm. S. Clover, managerof School of Nursing. The bride- Sr. sorority; was held Monday, April -
the li and after the lunch- elect Is a registered nurse l'L.The Hogans were presentedwith 24, at the home of !Mrs.
Nelson win- at the University of Pennsyl Wayne Donahoo In Keystone
eon, Mr Neoma a small token of remem-
ner of II i ;year's Chamber of vania Hospital In Philadelphia. brance by their hOlts.Eastern Heights, with Mrs. Tommy
Commer Humanitarian A- Mr. Moore Is a graduate of Tyer as co-hostess.
ward!, if e on "Courage.: BUS and is attending Santa Fe Star After the business meeting,
Junior College. lie recently was members celebrated the 41st
discharged from the Air Force. Starke Chapter, Order of the anniversary of the organi-
Mr. a i Mrs. Pasco Wilson
The wedding Is planned for Eastern Star will hold a covered zation's founding. Mrs. Philip
of Jacksonville were Sunday July 1 at 11 a.m. at Jackson dish supper Saturday night, at Clark, president and Mrs. C.
visitor if !Mr. and Mrs. Fos- 7 o'clock, in the Masonic Hall W. Slade read an inspirational'message
Street Church Scranton
Baptist -
ter Sid & nlth and Mrs. Walla
Pa. All Masons and their famlies from the International t
Llpsey, are tailed to attend. President Walter W. Ross

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sorority and Its founder,Walter khr t '
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I The first chapter was formed
f Va 41 years ago In Abilene, Kan.
r There are now approximately
e 10,500 chapters and 225,000
'i members In the C.: S., Canada -
and 23 foreign countriesand
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I .".. H Hk Refreshments were served CREDENZAS Kenneth Grlder of Denmark displays
following the ceremony.A ROL'NTl: n) TABLE CmmOUf;
1 I t 1r- Founder's Day party will lust a f.w of the many cigarette tables
a be held Saturday', April 29, at Priced From $14.95.
the Country Club starting at
7:30: p.m. :Members and their L1 _. '
husbands or dates are Invitedto h ?

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and :Mrs. Jeffrey Blake .' ...I,J-..:,
Jackson of Starke announce the ROUND TABLES 9 ',' :
birth of a daughter, Kirnberly __ If .
Beth, on April 23 In Alachua "
:Mr. and Sirs. Frank L. _
Starling of IS'
Arlington Texas
,10 Graders Who Will Be In The nth Grade Next Year announce the Mrth of a son, CREDENZASBUNCHING ,
Jason Scott on April 11, Maternal ;

Your class ring is now on display in our store. In only a month, you and :Mrs.grandparents W.L.. Thomas are Mr of TABLE BUNCHING TABLES .

can be wearing the most respected symbol l of your academic achieve- Starke.
ment: :Mr. and :Sirs James ,.Mlchael -
1 Sepich of Raleigh, X.C. 7f' A Fact Denmark Really Has The Marble"

Our rings are custom created by John Roberts, the maker of the "Worlds announce, Catherine the birth Roberta of a,daughter on

Finest Class Rings". You may design your ring to your own taste to April 13, Maternal grandparents 5V
reflect your personality. are Mr. and Mrs
William Robert Ward Sr of
Starke. p
Come In Now And'Order Your Class Ring Mr. and Mrs Raymond Work Denmark Furniture Co. Of Starke
man Jr. of Starke announce, \ the outFlTtnR
A'WlI.LIAIa birth, of a son, Jeffrey Scott
on April 22 in Bradford County -
; Hospital. .
Sgt. and Mrs. Terry L.
JEWELRY Jones, who are stationed In
Germany with the Air Force,
announce the birth of a
daughter on April 22. Maternal

144'tV Call St. Phone 9647064AnnM grandparents are Mr. and

Stark.Mrs. Buford E. McKimtoy of 134'W.: CALL ST. PHONE 964-5827 rSTA KE., LO !'p.ABirthdays

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DUPLICATE BRIDGE f 'irw:' :; Ricky Jackson Is convalescing o
WINNERS Fc J.J-:,. at home after being confined
Mrs. Lu Strath and Mrs tor six weeks In Alachua Gen- <

George Miller were the win- eral Hospitalfollowingamotor- 1
fling couple at Duplicate Bridge cycle accident. < ,
Tuesday tight Mr. and Mrs. I F E <
John MussoUne were second Mrs. Ellen Prescott of Nash- <
and Mrs S.W. Hamilton and ville, Tenn. visited Mrs. Jn. ,
Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr. were b Moseley several days last week. < 1 1I

third. Miss Debra Prevatt under\ <

.went surgery Tuesday In
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton Methodist Hospital, Jackson <
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman RegIster R ville. o

m, and Mr. and Mrs. :_
Larry Crawford of Gainesville 0 Weldon Bartlett Is a patient)
attended! Holiday On Ice last l In the Gainesville Medical Cen- ,
Friday night. ter.

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Law- "Mrs. Jan Douglas, daugh-
son toured Washington D. C. ter of Dr. and Mrs. H.G. Bol-
and North Carolina: last week. linger, was on the President's
Ust at FSU for the winter quar-
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ma- ter.
thews and family of Maltland
visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ma- Miss Janice Marian Hitch, r
thews on Sunday on the occasion daughter of Dr. and Mrs. TG. THr>W.Tfvr 7
of Mrs. Carl Mathews' \'" Hitch, was Included: on the L
birthday. Dean's List for the Winter _
Terwillegor (foreground) vltllt mint quarter at Emory College, Atlanta

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Case- Terwittegars Tour Greece Mr. and Mrs. .John Myersand
well of Lake City were Sunday
daughter Trish were,
visitors of her parents) Mr. With Ford Motor Group guests of Capt. and Mrs. W.
and Mrs. Seeber Goodman. A. Rawls at Crystal River

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B, Isles over the weekend.Fashion .
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Har- of dotting the Aegean Sea.
donbrook visited his mother, Terwlllegar Jr. returned last The cruise took the group
Mrs. Essie Hardenbrook, In Thursday from a ten-day tour down the east coast of Rho- Show t'\
the Jacksonville General Hospital of Greece and the Grecian des to the ancient Trojan city;
Sunday. Islands with 220 Ford dealers, of Llndos, with stops at Crete, To Be Held At
their wives, and Ford Motor the largest and most historic-
Mr. and Mrs. George K.Bennett Co. personnel ally Important Island of Greece Vo-Tech CenterThe
of Orlando were Sunday visItors The trip was won by the and other historic sites.
of Mrs. J. E. Wilson. Starke dealership In a recent
70-day sales contest In whichIt While in Athens the group Clothing Construction
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- competed with other Ford toured the Acropolis and the Class at Bradford-Union Area
wire returned Friday; from a agencies of comparable size, Parthenon, two of the most Vo-Tech Training Center will
three weeks visit with Mr. and outselling agencies In Lake perfect examples of Greek present the Third Annual Fash-
Mrs. Ray Goldwire and son in City, Marlanna, and Sebrlng. architecture, and also jour- ion Parade In the center's cafe-
Toledo, Ohio. They also visited The trip was made by char- neyed through the countryside teria on Sunday April 2. at 2
Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Mc- ter flight aboard a spacious along the Corinth Canal to
AUley In York, N. C. 747 KLM Royal Dutch Air- the ancient ruins of Corinth. p.m.Theme of the show will be
lines plane to Greece, where Their plane touched down In "The Road to Fashion," 1972,;;
Mrs. Rudolph Crawford is the group boarded the luxury Amsterdam Holland for several and prizes will be awarded to
visiting her mother, Mrs. K. liner. TSS Orion, for a cruise hours on the trip home. thebest three models. Mrs.
.... ..
Ruby A. Thomas Is Instructorof
G. Duncan, and Mr and Mrs.K. .
T. Duncan In West Point Mrs. J. D. Yeager last the class.
spent Mrs. Inez Dumalne and Mrs. The public I Is Invited. Thereis
Ca for ten days. week with her brotherinlawand
Ruby Pearce of Swalnsboro and
no admission! charge,
sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ga, were Sunday to Wednesday refreshments WIN be served.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thomas OLDSMOUILFS
Lauersbors In Sarasota. They visitors of Mrs. Sarah McCall.
returned last Friday from a were joint on Sunday by Mr. Angus McLeod of Clearwaterwill
ten-day visit with their son- Yeager. arrive this week to make Waldo Plans
in-law and daughter, Mr. and his home with his mother,Mrs.
Mrs. Frank L. Starling and Mrs. Tullle Norman and Mr. McCall. May Day Events
baby son In Arlington, Texas.. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp were Saturday
night supper guests of Mrs. A. B. Patray and daugh- For Fire Dept 7t
SALE AT LEILA'S Mr. and Mrs. B, J. EggersIn ters, Mrs. Wayne Douglas and
Jacksonville, and attended son, and Nancy Fullwood attended An old-fashioned May Day
Mr. and Mrs. A. II, nines of Holiday On Ice. Holiday On Ice on Saturday Festival Is planned by the
Alachua and Mr. and Mrs. W. Waldo Area Volunteer Fire :
B. Holland of Live Oak were Department for Saturday May 5TH
and Mrs. P.D. Reddish
last Wednesday guests of Mr. Sheriff Heath attendedthe AI Waddell was honored at 6, at the Waldo Community;
and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith and and Mrs. Agnes a surprise birthday party Sat- School. Proceeds will be used S.
cousin Mrs.
Mrs. Walla Lipsey on Mrs. Ellen funeral Barber of, a In Jacksonville, urday, April 22, given by Mr. by the firemen to finance the .
Llpsey's 82nd birthday. Monday afternoon. and Mrs. Lee Browning. The purchase of needed firefighting _
16 guests were friends from equipment.The
.Mrs.. A. Russell Norman and Jacksonville and Starke.Games day's events will Include ,
, Mrs. W. H. Hart spent Thursday SALE AT LEILA'S and a steak cookout were en- the crowning of two "Miss[ t '
.If, to Saturday attending the Joyed. Flames" Qunlor and Senior) h's' Oldsmobile Seventy-Fifth
" Florida Educational conventionin Mr. and Mrs.,E. K. Ferryman games and other entertainment Anniversary .
Miami as delegates from visited Mrs. Ferry mm Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard St. and plenty of barbecued beef
Starke Elementary School. On last week enroute to their homo John, Joy and Vincent, visi- pork, and chicken.
Friday night they attended a In Bethlehem, Pa. after vacationing ted Mr. and Mrs. Buck Sturgis Winners In the Miss Flame and
State Delta Kappa Gamma banquet In the Everglades. In Jacksonville last Sun competition will be determinedby at Baldwin ChevroIet.OIdswe'reL. ,
day. Mr. Sturgis is Improved popular vote of persons attending
Kathrlne Green of Gaines- following surgery in St. Vin- the festival Girls
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller ville spent the weekend with cent's Hospital. wishing to enter the contest
attended Holiday On Ice Friday her grandparents, Mr.andMrs. may obtain Information by call-
night. Lax Green. Mrs. R.O Dansby returned Ing John Huguley, Sr. REALLY CELEBRATING
Friday after being confined in .' .

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grlder Riverside '-r'['hospital for two HAMPTON RESIDENT
and visited Disney World
HoseANY family
Panty last Thursday.Mr. weeks for observation and GETS ACCOUNTING DEGREE

treatment. George Vincent Young, a Oldsmobile c\cn commissioned Tiffany of New York to design the interior of
and Mrs. J. E, Hardy resident of Hampton, was one
were dinner guests of Mr. and Seaman Apprentice VincentSt. of 384 degree candidates graduated a special new aIds for (PLUSH) .
$$3.00 Per pr. Mrs. J, R, Wilson in Jacksonville John of !Norfolk; Va. spent from Jacksonville University !- L.
and the weekend with his parents) ; during commencement
$2.00 Per Pr.1NO last Thursday night
attended Holiday On Ice. Mr. and Mrs. Richard St. exercises held Sunday, April THE
1.00 Per Pr.? John and family, and attendedthe 16.
SALE AT LEILA'S. Green-To}lor wedding. Saturday Hampton;; received a B.S. degree -
night. in accounting. NINETY-EIGHT REGENCY

rug Local admittances to Brad-
2 For $1 ford County Hospital this week R.P. Jackson of Whlppany ExtensionHomemakers
were: Mrs. Betty Mae Black- N.J visited his mother, Mrs.
burn, Mrs. Dorothy Mae Grlffis Margaret Jackson, In Alachua The car with the Tiffany touch including the famous Tiffany name on the
and relatives
Mrs. Eva Houck, Ronald General Hospital
YESQFMILO David, and Mrs. Sarah Lawson here over the weekend. dash It's north a \isit just to see this fine car.

Starke Mrs.Elizabeth Ro-
HOUSE medy Orange; Lake; Mrs. Lou- Mr. and Mrs. M.S. Hayesof In RevueTwentysix
ise Monroe Waldo; Mrs. Bar- Gainesville were Saturday
of Mr. and Mrs. E.W.
bara Stegall. Mrs. Nettle Mann guests
and Mrs.arolyn: Dunavant) Hayes outfits were modeled -
Lake Butler Mrs Ida Ellx- Thursday, April 20, in NOW Is The Time To Look Into
Sa7 Oldsmobile's ,
son Worthington Springs; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Lawson the annual Lawtey Extension le iJ;
lIwte", f'',.TFCHG Annie Wllkeson, Ralford; and visited relatives In Auburndale Homemakers Dress Revue. :" "
Mrs. Mary Lu Ditter, Melrose. Sunday CutJass- .8-98-And Front Wheel Drive '
Mrs. George Kelly, presi- '
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the 4th annual event, staged In '
the auditorium of the Bradford \ '

Enjoy Cooking With The County Agriculture Center. ..' '
This children year the of models the Lawtey included BaldWUt Mfe Have A Fine Oldsmobile Inventory : "

Magic Of Magic Chef the Club Lawtey as well and as Starke members Extension of Mac : With Most All Models Available NOW!

Homemakers Clubs All Says
garments were made:: by club
members of their children. --

-.J.JJ;: :
.- Modeling from the Starke Club
'u- See You Soon!
were Eunice \Muncrlef, Lola
CLOCK AND TIMER Johnson Lucille Godwin and
1 OVEN WINDOW AND LIGHT Harriett Rlcharde. Lawtey
GREAT AUTOMATIC members were Well Boyett
COOKING MACHINE and daughter, Cheryl, Shirley
Newport, Mary Frances Kelly! ,
.. Vicky Jones: and son, Doug and
Cathy Clemens, Joy Faulkner,

I ,:" No wonder 9Tc( of all Professional Clara Brewer and girls, The-
'I Denise and Kimberly;
I. Chefs cook with Grace Faulkner and daughter,
J gas. Christie Gloria Shurford, and
Mrs. Truby Wauwrrlght.

A number of the ladles had
necklaces and hancl' ags they /i /
$ had made.
"- .. 199 00 As a special treat Mrs.Vichy
Jones showed tome of the
W.T. lingerie and baby clothes, Mn.
Truby Wainwright some crochet U.S. 301 North Phone 944.1500
d and Mrs Madge ,Mlddleton the
needlepoint she is doing to reupholster -
on a chair. STARKE FLORIDASooner

,Martha Sue McCain, county

Slade Gas And Appliances extension, ,showed home luggage economics racks for agent
: home use made with upholstery or Later Your Favorite DeaernApri127
webbing and sheets made from
332 W.:. Madison St. Phone 964-7701 nylon tricot giving a cost com

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Water Line '.( RegistrationSet

Starke water lines will been May 24-

tended 430 feet to the residence
of Rev. Blaine on Alexander
Road In Lincoln City; the City; Children who will be five
Council decreed in a BoerUI h years old on or before Jan. 1,
vote Tuesday April 18. 1973 may be registered for kindergarten
It Is a standing policy that at the elementary
water or sewer lines won't be school serving their residential r
run more than 200 feet without zone on May 24, according: to t'
approval of the city; aeoncilCouncllman Mrs. Lucille Payne. Bradford
County Elementary Supervisor.
Billy Noegel'S Florida school law requires
motion to run the water line that children have a birth certificate -
was' approved unanimously after r and a record of com-
he pointed out that Rev. j plete immunization: before Initial
Blaine is building a $17,000 entrance to schools.
home already served by city Required Immunizations are
sewerage and electricity.The lhl DPT. polio measles and rubella -
matter was placed before unless an exemption cer-
A. Z. AdkinsAnnounces the council by ,Clerk Mor- tificate Is filed for medicalor
rllll Edwards.In religious reasons. The Immunizations -
and hit have
other action in a very may be obtainedat SSG William C. Rhoden IOns
routine meeting the Council: doctors' offices or at the mad tho National Guard a family affair. Pictured
--Promised Clerk Edwardsto County Health Department above Is he and hi. three Ions (L.-R.): SP4 Michael -

For make an appearance at a regional School administrators urge D. Rhodn, SPot William S. Rhoden, and Pv-2
JudgeA.Z. workshop of the Florida parents to proceed Immediately Dennis Khodon.

Municipal Utilities Association BIP Com- to complete immunizationof : With Dennis' recent enlistment, all of the males
Blaine Thompson receives Bradford Improvement Award from
set at the Holiday Inn In Johnny a their children and to ob- In the RhooUn household or. In the guard unit based
) Jr. Ala-
(Andy Adkins mittee Chairman John Sanders and Chamber Exec John Myers. birth certificate and .
chua County Solicitor has announced Starke next Thursday May 4. Thompson took over the Wishbone Fried Chicken operation in Starke Just three tain a In Stark..
Council Chairman Jimmy Mc- health record prior to resig-
that he will be a can- months ago. Since that time he has remodeled the Interior and erected two large signs This
nation May 24. also
Rae will welcome the to on
didate for Circuit Judge of the group on the south side of the building on US-301 (Temple Ave.) which makes the store visible to children entering

Eighth upcoming Judicial nonpartlsan Circuit Judicial In the the-.Was city. told that City Attor- to traffic coming from Gainesville. first applies grade who have not attended Dinners Will Be Sold ;'

ney George Tierce Clerk kindergarten and to students -

election The 50-year-old Croup Six. Bradford Merrill Edwards and Coun- Little-Understood Facts About entering school for the To Aid Day Care Fund '
former cilman Billy Noegel will attend first time in Florida at any
County native and resident -
the llth Annual Conference grade level Mrs. Payne said.
of Starke has been In the Homeowners
general practice of law for 24 of city clerks city attorneys CoverageIf The Poor People's Committee All donations will be greatly -
Including 14 years as and cltyofflclals sponsored Smokey SayulOWO' will sponsor a dinner at appreciated by the committee -
years prosecuting Ala- by the Florida league of fire suddenly razed your vision gives the properly owneran decorated five years earlier. "\--: the Neighborhood Service Center <;
chua County. He received his MunlclpalUes Monday and home would you have any Idea added advantage In claimsfor under. the replacement cost / h'L'h OWE! building) at 6 p.m.
bachelor's degree from The Tuesday May 1.2. at the 1111- how much It would cost to replace partial damages to his provision the full costs of repainting fOLI( \ Thursday April 27, and at 12
Citadel at Charleston S.C. In ton Motor Inn In Tallahassee. It at today's prices? house. If he carries Insurance: and redecorating would -::\ .... 1'1 noon Friday April 28 for (the Neighbors
1943 and his law degree at the --Slated a paneling Job for Or, how' much your Insur- at 80 per cent of value or be paid by the Insurance com- 4 \ purpose of raising funds to My p
University of Florida In 1948.A the laboratory of the city ance company would be obli- more any losses will be settled pany. Without the provisions! 1 1'r' '" promote Day Care Centers to
combat Infantry comman- sewerage plant. Paint In the gated to pay for the dwellingand on the basis of the full ..... assist working mothers. t
War 11 room has peeled off the wall contents. ? cost of replacing or repair- the Insurance company would '' Dinners may be ordered by 1'
der In in World -
Europe t
the ing. In other words no deductions pay only one-half of the loss r ""I'IIII'\ o 6 r
several times along with flakes Many homeowners says / calling 964-5689 or 9C4-5388. tl
Adkins holds the Bronze: Star "- I/ ,
because the value of the decorating '
would be
made for depreciation
Hearts and four of plaster reported council Insurance Information Institute .. .. The following menu will be 1rt
two Purple ;; ..
Is in would have depreciated .eaeY9Flna .
Bill Noegel. His for not aware their protection as customary I' available
request are :
Battle Stars. lie Is the son of I "# ;r:
one-half of Its original
the late A.Z. Adkins. Sr., of the paneling was granted unan- hasn't kept pace with the rising settling insurance losses. to. S4FUY t" _n; Spaghetti with meatballs
If have less value. y .
of their propertyes- you Insurance salad
Starke who served as Circuit imously. values I pecially where the home 1 I' several you will receive less than replacement The amount of coverage you }
Circuit for
Judge of the Eighth years old. A survey In cost but In no event purchase' on your dwelling becomes Fish dinners with tmshpup- d C
27 f.ears. My Neighbors less than actual cash value the basis for determining' -
revealed one
only slaw
In 24 In the gen- one state pies coo! or turnlpgreens
my years
amounts of
homeowner In three carried (replacement cost less depreciation coverage --$1.
eral practice of law have ). which are automatically assigned v ciar
conceivable enough Insurance to cover even Hot Dogs with cold drinks
participated area of In every legal practice one-half the replacement value Assume that painting and to appurtenant private ,-*' /-. fWF ,. ,il- .J I SOl(!.
of his house. other interior decorating in ahouse structures Pie cake-- 251.
and therefore feel that I am "Hi* r.trcfiil Milli lire i unhl.u.ret' or
Suppose an appraisal Indica- has a life of 10 years.
qualified to serve the people
circuit their Judge" ted that the home you paid Also assume that smoke dam- -
of as
my $11,500 for In 1957 would require ages the Interior of a house
Adkins said.
He is a member of the Florida rr '$20,000 to replace at

American and Eighth Circuit today's prices. How' much Insurance TIT} BRAnFORD
Bar Associations the should you carry on
Florida Prosecuting Attorneys'Association It? Since you collect no more COUNTY TELEGRAPH
than the face amount of CARPS
and the National your Published every Thursday
policy for a total loss, it Is
District Attorneys' As.soclatlon. at 1M: "''. Call Street
;: to the advisability
He was a member of 4 !fct .. easy see
to Starke, Florida 32091
the'Florida State Board of Law of having coverage equal
home's full value.
Examiners In 1954-59 and "1. hate to lake mine home your The Institute stresses however Second elms postage paid
served as special council to SALE DAYS: THURS., FRI., SAT. SUN., MON.
to have my wife sign it. that in order to receive at SUrke, Florida
the board In 1956.! full replacement value for partial -
Adkins holds membership In Subscription Rates:
loss or damage the dwell-
the American Legion, the Dorothy Wynn of Gainesvilleand be Insured for at Irade'area
they have two children ing must In : $5.00 per
Gainesville Rotary Club the ;
: least 80 cent of Its replacement -
Elks Club, and the First Uni- Anne a 19-year-old college stu- per year) $2.7S six month
value which in the
ted Methodist Church of dent and A.Z. m, a 17-year. Outside trade area: 15.50
." case of your$20,000 home would
old senior at Gainesville
I Gainesville. ,? be $16,000. per year I 13.00 six month" *
He Is married to the former .School .... ........... .
This replacement cost pro, '-';X. '4'V-" .....f:>-_. -t'. '" '.

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Short Sleeve, Long Point Cotton. Choose from Solids,
OeTg Group Inctudoei S/ Fancies, Stripes.
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17 Years Without A Ticket r Q. I have medical Insurance practitioner and' a radiologist Hare a question about social
under Medicare. Can I -together on one Request -' security and Ito .retirement,
send two different bllln. to for Payment form? arvlvore, disability .r Medicare
: Man Pleads Guilty To DWiJame. I the carrier for two entirely A. Yes. phone benefits directory See far your the phone tiler
._ 1dr different services-general number and addrcM ef the
Roland Terrell My- nearest social security' office.HES .
Ing that he baa driven on the to unlawful speed and were Andrew Jackson Jr. and Robert i .N.-.-.NN..N..N...........................N.N.NN-N-------..
roads oC the State of Florida fined $51 or 3 days in jail V. Hana each faced to ap- i
for more than 17 year* without each. John Roy Mathews and pear In court on speeding: r
getting. a trade ticket was James David Parker each charges. Judge Yawn ordered I
fined '$lsl or 90 day la jail were fined $3$ or 3 days in the arrest of those falling to
by Judge T stun Yawn after the same charge. appear with each}. bond set at
pleading guilty to drlrlng while After Judge Yawn gave Willie $501. i
intoxicated at Flea Day In James Searcy a month to Forfeiting bonds
County; Court Tuesday. get a driver's license and he on chargesof
Judge Yawn also revoked Ter Oil failed to do so the Judge speed were .
Chadwlck Al-
fined Searcy $36 8 in Tony; R.
rell' driving license for the or days phonso Parrlsh, Ignatius M. ,
customary 90 days. Jail on the charge.
Earlle E ell Bailey and Bert Craig Eugene Grlffls was kelly Lewis Mabrey, Roger
Earlle .
Padgett Willie B
Grant Djral both pled not guilty fined court cost of $13.50 for Myrle Clark Vaughn LeonardM. rpwn ( A CHIP
similar to charge of driving having an expired inspection Sakslan, Joseph T. Mar- 1I
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certificate.Mrs. .
while under the Influence of fla, Larry Joe Warren and ,
intoxicating beverages.In Claude L. HIlliard pled
David Alan Donovan.
other gases in court Tues- guilty; to two charges of Issuing Elva .1 OFF THE
H. McRae
Frank Joseph .
davi worthless checks and...
Eighteen year old Rod Crawford fined $26 in each case and ordered Canto, and James Edward :

battery pled following guilty to an assault.n6 incident face to a make five full day restitutionor Jail sen on Rogers Forfeiting other each traffic Hinds forfeited violations.on chargesof bond State FFA President ,Jimmy Alvarei and 4-H OLD BLOCK//)

at the Lawtoy skating rink. tence. Dorothy Berry charged
with the voluntary\ Intoxication were President Walter Prevatt meets with Commissioner I
Judge Yawn withheld ajudlca-. same offense had her I Idk
Opal Allen Claude I
Von sentence of guilt Investigation.pending a pre- case Charles continued Lott Reid E. Jackson Julie Evelyn Mae Starling Beard, Roy, and McKlimey Robert, of Agriculture Doyle Conner In Capitol. .

Grady White and Stu Swartz Robert Mitchell Chapman,, Earl Blair. .
both pled not guilty; to charges .
of assault and battery. Gene Jimmy Alvarez State FFA State Capitol, they met with ..
Brian Vanaant pled not guilty Local president and Walter Provatt Commissioner Conner for a
to two charges of contributing Talent To Perform State 4-H president, were recent -'' brief discussion concerning .:
to the delinquency of a minor. visitors to Commissioner ,$10,000.00 horses presented to :
Conner, the Senate and the Florida 4-H and FFA by Com- .
gull-y At Florida Folk Festival House of Representatives dur- missioner Conner from Horse ..
:Earl Jenkins pled not guilty; to ing a tour arranged by Doug Industry representatives. Afterwards .
petit larceny. All those plead Bradford County; talent will who will present Scandanavlan Weaver, Agriculture Economist they; toured the Cap :
Ing not guilty, had their cases be well represented at the 20th folk songs, wearing an appro- with The Department of itol and were Introduced In the
transferee to the county court annual Florida Folk Festivalto priate costume. Agriculture. .' Senate by Senator Bob Sanders i Get Him Started With A _
During their visit to the Right
docket. be staged on the banks of The Sunland Glee Club of of Gainesville. Savings
Rayfield Christopher Keith the Suwannee River at White Gainesville will present several -
pled guilty to not having a flsh Springs, May 4, 5, 6 and 7. numbers, conducted by i
ing license and was fined! 923 W. B. McKinney, well known John DeMark, registered musical Florida, Tennessee, and Ar- been getting monthly nodal/ Account At
or three days by Judge Yawn. Starke violinist will be makinghis therapist. This group has kansas. security checks since his.
Everett Eugene Nors worthy> was third appearance on the been performing for two years Festival visitors can see pot father died. He is going to
also fined $26 or 3 days after festival program, presenting and received a standing ovation ters and glass-blowers at work get a job for the summer i FIRST .
he pled guilty; to not having Stephen Foster melodies and during a recent program in get their knives sharpened on vacation this year. Will he FEDERAL .
enough lifesaving devices a- religious numbers. He will be Orlando.In old-fashioned grindstones,have stop getting his monthly ... SWe're
board his boat.Constance accompanied by Mrs. Mona Ca- addition to the musical their palms read, and their benefit checks when he
Barnfleld failed to nova, also of Starke. programs there will be many hand-writing analyzed. Oilier start working? J Proud Of The Fine Accounts Built Here
in court Tuesday to booths will offer homeground
appear Other local performers appearing other attractions at the Festival
*a charge of renting a boat at the Festival will groups, Including booths meal, pine scented lye soap, A. It depends on his earnings : By The Young Citizens Of Starke And This
for commercial purposes with- include "The Plalnesmen," a for food and crafts In the park's and calico sunbonnets, among for the whole .'eRl'. A
out first having the board registered ;young folk and country music entertainment area,and extend- hundreds of other Items. student ran continue to get i Area. Their Accounts Are Very Welcome And o
and on a charge of group, presenting some of the ing Into downtown White The primary purpose of the benefits fur nil months in a
selling fresh water bait fish rousing numbers they have used Springs, Just a short distance annual Festival, which attracts year in which he irna: $lGSO S It Teaches The Youngsters Thrift
without retaining a fish dealers in numerous appearances In away. thousands of visitors duringthe or less for the i/cnr in wages.If .
license. North Florida. Native foods available will weekend, Is to keep alive ] he exceeds $1,680, then $1 .
Wyndell Grover and William Led by 18-year-old Randy Include Indian hoe cakes and the memories of pioneer Florida in benefit is withheld fOl'e'el'Y : Oft MountMa .
David Padgett were arraigned Brown the singing band Includes fry bread,chicken pilau,Brunswick and the Southeast, with of to rtir. n..... ,..... t. :J F._
Tuesday afternoon on charges Debbie Copeland, Linda stew Spanish bean soup, their enchanting folkways, says $2 earnings up Friday 7 f.m. .. 5:30 p..,. _
.of v larceny of an automobile Steger Dorothy Dlckman and chicken and ;yellow rice, fried Miss Thelma Boltin, long-time $2,880. Above $2,880 an Cft> re.d.y
and both requested preliminary 12-year-old Rickey Brown who frog legs, ham biscuits, Su- director of this popular springtime additional $1 in benefits is
her! jnge. GameD.Houston was stands on a stool .tor play his wannee River catfish and hush- event. withheld for every $1 FIRST FEDERAL
arraigned on a charge of aggravated five-string banjo. Three flattop puppies, and many other delicious earned. Regardless of how
assault and also requested guitars and tambourines treats, Including strawberry much his yearly earnings iLSavings and Loan Association of Stark
a hearing. All three complete the Instruments used shortcake, and burger Questions are, however, he can still
charges are felonies and punishable Gainesville performers are sandwiches made from raccoon. wraiid/ receive a benefit paymentfor else. Ilau4
by a term in the florida also contributing greatly to the and armadillo. TELEPHONE M4-SOOO
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State Prison. festival, Includelng the Singing In the craft booths"Seminole Answers any "77w fMUW Of Stirinift" 395 W. MADISON ST.
In the session William Indians will show their neither cams $110 or more
morning Brewer family, and the Baker- stylized
Carl Wilson pled guiltyto ettes, a hymn-singing group patchwork costumed dolls, nor performs substantial
traveling at a speed of 99 that has pleased festival crowds beads, and other native arts. services in self-employment. 4
.mph and was fined $101 or 10 In the past.Another There will be several booths .
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days In Jail by Judge Yawn. favorite performer where dulcimers, violins, and 1
Charles Smith Mann,, Jr. and from this area will be Mrs. other musical Instruments are
John Roy Matthews pled guilty Mabel Godwin of Hawthorne'
hand-crafted byexperts from
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When& you flip

News the switch In 1976

,.3, will the lights: come on ?

Zf7 ........ flows. W.&*r

.. The 'Junior church of the day night.Ebenezer.

-" 104.\; MIII IEE1 LIE Greater Allen Chapel AME will! Baptist Church Were spending almost.:
Rev. Leroy pastor. Sun-
:,);\ a car wash Saturday be.
\ ." '" ginning at 10 a.m. at the Par day School will begin the ser
sonage. vices Sunday. Youth Day will be $1 million a day to
t observed. Sunday Service at II

GIRL SCOUT JUBILEE .a.m. At 3 jua. Brother Shelter make
tt The Girl Scouts will attend Hodge will be the speaker. help sure.Our .
the Jubllee-6Oth Anniversary The public Is Invited to attend.CreateI' .
!I'.IANiw 'n'c %

M4 r ,?y.., ; prll Celebration 30. Parents In Jacksonville are Invited Bethlehem Freewill job is to try to make sure that the electricity you need

attend alao.CHURCH Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper is always on tap ready to serve you at the flip of a switch.
Williams pastor. Services will That's why were investing over $300 million a year in facilities.All .

NEWS begin with Sunday School at aimed at making sure you can always flip that switch with confidence.
Greater Allen Chapel, AME 0:30. Educational Day will be
Church, Rev.C.E.Jenkins observed. Morning service, '
,pas )
tor. Sunday School at 10 a.m. '11 a.m. At 6 p.m. Sister AI- We cant; afford not to. I EEllNearly '
'berta will be
receives Bradford Improvement Award from BIP Com- will conclude services for Rlsby the speak
Mrs. Elizabeth Alvarez a
the day. Class leaders ere Weekly services follows
constructed U'l Champ food store which are :
for the
John Sander newly
mitten Chairman
asked to report to the secre Monday night Choir No. 3 and
suddenly sprung up on US-301 and Market Road In north Starke.In .
tary. At 11 a.m. the pastor Usher Board No. 2 will meet.

a matter of days the new and modern fast service food store was erected In the and congregation will go to Tuesday! night Senior Choir will
rear of an older food store. Then the old building was torn down and this roomy parkinglot render service In Lawtey at meet. All members are asked to 19.7 million people People 65 and over collecting Lost your Medicare card?
took Its place. Mt. Zion AME Church. AU please be present and on time. 65 and over in the United social security benfits are in Contact social security.
members are asked to please States have signed up for the
111 Champ Is a chain of fast service food stores based In Jacksonville. cooperate with this activity. the voluntary medical Insur- "fastest growing ageGroup"
The senior choir rehearsal A Classified Ad In the TELE- ance part of Medicare. in America today. The average social security
is held each Tuesday night. GRAPH brings results. death benefit amounts to

Hampton Area NewsBy .......... --- ''Junior Choir, each Wednes $242.
.o ; .

Evelyn Powell 3 BIGDAYS '01I sea", ;.y.LL;. ITO II o"-N-iiloYl A...11. Ke'N.( ; Mw. .IAT. tVININOSli ALL DAY tUN.) POM TOUR/' HOPPING COHVIHIINCI
I ; s ; .
FARM BUREAU the cake and choice of .eat o" : ...'
Joyed NEW ARRIVALMr. ... .. ."' C'" .. .

SUPPER Bradford MEETING County; Farm Bur- tea President or coffee.Ralph Vaughan read are .the and proud Mrs. parents Jerry Brown of a Thursday Friday A.Saturday., ;0. *; .arlrlN'r' :.> I.. .**.*t.A''J'. o'A vo...o osl ,. .

eau members enjoyed a cov- the Senior Citizen's Prayer to A f .. ,, .c.1" ,.
ered dish dinner at the Hampton the group. Members who wisha baby girl Terri Ann. Mr. .'?> u ,'. .: ... .'"-" ..?
School Cafetorlum Satur- copy of the Prayer can pick Mrs. Kenneth Brown, are the 5 5 /' oJ- o.+ keep" C.
grandparents, .
paternal ,.,
day ee dent one up at the next meeting; on Mr. Cutchen of the Hampton 'AMOU. I.AIID i .. !! c.0c.
George Muggins May S at the Hampton City, Water Department suffered a f. .... w te .. ...
discussed activities of the Farm Hall at 7 pjn. w +. roe, +. :- *" .r'
Bureau and Introduced Hampton's After business was taken care stroke and Veterans is hospitalized Hospital In In o" o \ '. .0. V / .:0'" >*
Arthur Bruno and ..'
Mtyor 'r
of, members spent a pleasant .
City; Marshall Ralph Vaughan\ hour of games with prizes going Gainesville a .HAV.LH.\" / \S ..., .'..0c.10 LUll.
members. to the winners. flH9 ?' .
..5. AID
Mounds of fried chicken Iced SYMPATHY _( ;o .0. ....AL"" KIAUTV
team and bread were furnished CHURCH NEWS Sympathy Is extended to the 4+. :. ...... ....'."
by the Farm Bureau The First Baptist Church family of Mrs. Margaret Mc- D1'y1.b p"' ..... t.00,1111
via the efforts of George of Hampton had ReverendJohnGunter Kowen who passed away Saturday .- A. S 4s o'"
J. R. 8 In Patterson f'' 4); ...+ SrlAlS
Grant, J.R. Walnwrlght as guest speaker at April '' ", : \ .0'
Kelly, H.B. Kelly and Freddie morning and evening services N.J. Mr. and Mrs. McKowen "+... ...4.I ".,
Watterson who spent most of Sunday. He Is a missionary were former residents of ."...." .0",0"
the day preparing It. from Bolivia. Hampton and active members '.LI.
Bradford County's: ; Civil Defense Reverend and Mrs. flame of the Hampton Baptist Church. ..,.0'
Director Frank Williams left Monday morning to attenda They had made their home In
reminded members of conference In Tennessee New Jersey for the past 2U icceAt'1 fjjj
"Honor America Day" on: ;years. Margaret was the sister -
July 4th. Anyone Interested In PERSONALS:' : of Mrs. Lucille Saxon of r Tke f't'pl
participating In this event and A surprise birthday party. Hampton and Mrs. Mabel Lee S t E IJA+"ptA 1 400
parade should attend the meetIng was given for J. R. NesSmlth of Dunnellon. Mrs. Saxon and E 1. '1 to 9r S
April 27 tonight) at 7:30 of Hampton Lake Saturday, April Mrs. Lee, along with Mrs.
In the County, Commission: room 15. He celebrated his 68th Bertha Mcintosh were enroute Delay BatiraamTbsue. i Men'sFamous
at the County, Court House. birthday with 15 guests present to New Jersey to visit Margaret Pacts: e Maker
He was presented a beautiful when they learned of her Twin \ t Double Knit

SENIOR CITIZENS cake by his son and received death. 500 Sheet of 2 -Ply' tI...... ".\: .' a r 1 PantsFeoturlna r
MEETING !HELD many gifts. Later the We also extend sympathy per roll. Two rolls per pack. ; ; j + Ban
Senior Citizens mot Friday children enjoyed swimming to the family of Mrs. Ruby C;, Floral'.design In assorted '',t.... / t Rolwalitbands. 4
night. Several members were while Grandpa NesSmith looked Bias who passed away April postal' color Facial quality. SAVE 151 ''il" : Well tailored In
111 and couldn't be present. on.. 19 In New Orleans. Shw was .Limit-I 1.// tL corpfortable' l '
Members discussed the high the mother of Lawrence Bias No call back'slips! fabric.Nation'.
cost of hospitalliatton care Mr. and Mrs Lyn Hall went Hampton. am Top Nak.r.W kin
which Is a hardship on the a- to Jacksonville with Rev.James Also to the Kothelle and Our Discount Price I election' of/ sol
verage Senior Citizen. Shaw on Sunday, April 16, after Tracy Jones.famine and Mr., ,Wo. 336 t' ,t id colors, dst -
Evelyn Vaughan donated a church services. They en- and Mr. Robert Fade on the signs. SKo 30 !4?

cake decorated In honor of Joyed supper with Mrs. Hall's death of their grandmother, Slldlit Irraan.Doot .
a birthday and a wedding sister, Mrs. W.R. Harrell, of Mrs. Louise Jones. Mr. and
anniversary. However, the hon- Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. Robert Fale spent ser-_ not ofFoct
orees were unable to be pre- and Mrs. D.L. Lanalreof eral! days with Mr. and Mrs. wnnrobllby app.urancs, or
sent and other members en- Jacksonville of R.A. Brannen and attended the SAQL'
were guests
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall for funeral In Trenton last Satur r 4R OIICOUN.I S IMI rpO MgUL.

suooer Saturday evening. day. Formula 409Spriy

Jacksonville'Business Mr. and Mrs Walter Vlrneau NOW IN SERVICE Cleaner .EaOIe; las&&s prifcescf National' raUW i

of Sealy, Texas spent several Pvt. Robbie L. Addison, son
day. visiting their aunt, Mrs. of Mrs. Slade has .been Just spray and wipeaway
T.F. Brown. transferred to Fort Jackson grim. Wlli grease./effectivelyremove. SHOP AND COMPARE. SVf UP TO SIX ON THESE QUALITY NATIONAL RRAKO ITEMS. SHOP
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harden S.C. for training. He has .been food stalnsi, ONE OF OUR Ml IAOLI FAMILY OISCOUHT. STONES I (YOU MAY STILL SEE ARMY-NAVY) ON
from Jacksonville were guests stationed at Fort Banning, Ca. "" in., tickk, SOME OF OUR STORES). WE'VE CHANCED OUR NAME BUT OUR VALUES ARE TOPSI I I '
of Mr. and Mrs. K.B. Watter since enlisting In the U.S frfhgurni I and crayon J
son last week. Army In January. ,::: coffee, blood MMI'S R Ladles'
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith and ( ttolnt.
DirectoryAuto Fl.Oi. .; SMSkSfS
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children of Jacksonville were N
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. My Neighbors i rE Bsyer 1I. hLE''' AIIdrIuufeialv:,
Adkins last Saturday. tliifls Rila Latdsurk # t Cushioned comfort
Sales and Set-He Mrs. Bruce White and daughter I QAYLrl1.TIIIed- R/bsp flak Spay Sudan LdIaI i'. Van's site* 7V13
of Jacksonville were visitors SAVE 161ID Aspkta Ladles'situ*t/9'f:
Parrish Motor of Mrs. Clarice Adklns on t >: taw 72's 130z. t O:. ,net

Friday afternoon. d 1 f 1
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ad- Our Dh.caunt Pr ic.WotLltlg' .
RAUCS kina of Oklawaha spent the Our Discount Prlc Cur Discount Our Discount
SXKV1CKFAXTS weekend with Mrs. Grace Seal Co..3.41' I'rice Wo*AW Price Wos-Mf
and Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Adklns.
They also visited Mrs. Rency .,
Adkins who Is In the nursing li I qrD M :
Always flee Use Care home at Macclenny.Mrs. a !I :I y ; d C
Ml .-. !%. ISs-taM George Williams and ; tS S.T.P. LsrilesCsMrHy '
her son Howell and his children 9 ENctrlc !:
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Atam vinyl plastic. Easily Clip ICosI
went to the Holiday On
B removed You'd e peet to
backing. '
Ice Show at the Jacksonville "A. a ..matter' Fact. I DID I g Clad Colorful paper deilgnt to / heot poy tl.39. Five y
Coliseum Saturday night. list him as a dependent. Any: choose from eoollm system. style to choose
PEAVY Brother ,. Protect* veor hamjorolowly
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Long Hair Ness And Activities From


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By Russell KayA
BANTAM BOYS ENJOY The funds for this trip was

recent United TRIP TO DISNEY WORLD raised through the efforts of
survey by
the Bantam Baseball
players -,
Indicate that long
Fifty eight sleepy people who sold peanut brittle.
a .curly locks for males have boarded a school bus Saturday We wish to thank all the people
t hint about seen their The '
fad days. morning April 22 at five of the community for help
came In with uIdb
the Beatles
ajn. and headed down 301 South ing make by pur
and appears to be going out r
with them.It I A' i,, -destination Walt Disney chasing nom the boys.
seems that most of those
who went all out for long hair Forty-four baseball players
are now finding It Isn't all It and 12 chaperones were aboard
IIi\ was curled up to be. They for the trip. Plans were to ar- ....
iir 1 thought they were asserting; rive at Disney World by 9 a.m.
their Independence and adopted but as the old saying goes i

the long locks because they "the best (aid plans of mice
wanted to be different. and men oft go astray" and
.... so they did. "'
Then In followtheleaderstyle +'
wry, We arrived at our destination
everybody started doing
it. At first, they attracted attention around 10:30: a.m. and then began BY
the first long wait as the r--
caused comment and
they felt Important until people tickets director which went to supposedly call for our had JIM I II.\"SON

quit paying attention
been After
prearranged. stand-
to them and It. wasn't fun any-,: -
ing In line from II a.m. until
Sgt. Luther B. WIlliams, a C-130 loadmaster from Starke helps an Army of the Republic more. 12:30 finally
: we
p.m. got our
of Vietnam soldier As they older they discovered
into a Hercules in Vietnam grew
roughkAprijh1 tickets and some finally happy TIIK: M'N' IS
vi From March 3I S1 'I. the vs Mr Force Dying C-130's, and Republic of that long hair didn't and excited boys headed for the R"U.8T.H:

C frThlghf d Force, (VNAF), Dying C-'ZS's' Performed an Initial 36-hour airlift to the help a .guy when he tried to geta monorail and the Magic King- WIIoI'1'' know :im ill,. mm I in

that Job.looked Employers like wanted men David Horl.y, Pot Mundorf, Bruce Wolfred and dom. ivally .1. star' m'icniiRi. 'loll UK.
P '."4 tion has grown: steadily since The Army has no estimate While some girls fell for Tony Lee'ore all miles as they pas with a pretty After entering the Magic imirli Tin mm' ilimor I I...* lirighlrr i h. ''HIP bcriiuitc t'nrihh.m il I Is

World War R, while the gov- of how long present gravesltes the groovy long hair look, Disney World hostess. Kingdom then a big decision llv. oilii-r' I<,.II'M. All nl.irx'
NEWS ABOUT ernment has not authorized, will be available. Records show their hearts still belonged to had to be made. The boys had ",.11... Of .RUB, which glowluv.mxc
any new national cemeteriesIn there has been some 113,000 the well groomed, clean cut, been grouped eight to ten tinder .
controlled and makes it Is becoming popular also ; nlonuo Mil:
more than 20 Mack- rational cemetery burials since short haired stars of and possible the supervision of two chaperones -
for the passer-by to determine where the hair Is the same 'Dunn. :ere 'laknig i'Lice. cmisirKIlit .
all says. As a result. 48 of 1966. This indicates Mackall The well each and quite naturally .
screen. tele-
groomed .
SERVICE MEN at a glance that ho In length all over. It's a short I gases tu INN nmp' extremely
90 national cemeteries not all wanted to
operated says the remaining will groups hoi..
spaces vision stars came back Into looking at a male and not a fe- haircut that looks long.
.. ment of by the the Interior Army have Depart-been be used within the next 10 favor with a bang, not banns. male.A Personally: I believe I will go we the split same\ up route.with Consequently each In f.icl.. .Hcii'iillxlii; oMinuiolll.ll : ,
III',, ,.
I unfit
few the 'I'llllX'IMllltv of f
politicians '
virtually closed. Another six Long-haired really miss (the long-haired going Its own way and then the
Staff Sergeant Jackie E. Ma- will be filled in the next five Members of Congress have that their precious youths locks found were long hair style thinking Itwould types. Their contribution to big problem was keeping trackof the' KIIII vxiriiU. .ID.Omi degrees:
(K.ilitcnlu-il. .
Al Hit .
filed bills calling for the Identify them with the youth American life will be remem- tiwv, the' gun
gyarl, son of Mr. and Mrs. :years. many hard to care for to keen clean the group members.We is. niuili intro'Ilk'
national cemeteries vote. Edward Kennedy for mm is II
expansion of bered suspenders derby
as are
John Magyar Jr. of Rt. 2 At the time
present more combed and good looking. When" dod! | lh.ui
which originally grew example while permitting his hats and buttoned shoes. ; l.irKor I ) o.irili. l lust'
Starke Is a member of a squadron than 1,200,000 national ceme- out of the Civil War. So far they went to visit a short- little pink ears to show, allowed finally'gathered the groups il ii. lint .in hi IKC,: ;.IN< many of |ho.
at Illckam AFB, Hawaii, tery gravesltes have been usedto favorable haired boy friend and his father his locks In back to curl together around 7:30: and head- ,OlllOf'
that has earned the U. S. Air bury servicemen veterans, there has been Machall no greeted them at the door, with around his collar. ed back to tile bus where our Why don't, >'ou I In, .1 halo. "sun.slime" .
Force Outstanding Unit Award. md their dependents. action taken says.
ThE Old good lady helpers prepared into' lifo .
The! longhair die-hards swear 1i m Jour lie lining:
"Whose little
Sergeant Magyarl Is a fuels girl are yOlO"It sandwiches. We left Disney liiKincxs null UK. ? Om" i>rimirypurlkiso
will their hair
supply specialist,with the 15th stung to the quick. they never cut World around 9 and arrived '< in INMIIK lli'io IK. .lit sear
for glory. Most folks contend
Supply Squadron-formerly the Fires BurnSix 73 AcresPermits Now a large percentage of that whatever confort and enjoy- home weary in Starke at 12:30: ,\ 8486th Supply Squadronthat the 1-:1'.al.: ..., ,avw'l. ('11I11.' by .L.Lty.
received the award for except- long hair addicts are beginning ment It brings them they are a.m.WhLlot

ionally meritorious service fora woods fires burned 73 can be secured by to respect barber shops' welcome to.Barbers the trip seemed most
two-year period ending April acres in Bradford County dur- phoning the Division of For- again. While they haven't gone will tell you that enjoyable to all (with possi-
30, 1971. ing the week from April 10- estry headquarters on SR-lOO back to crew cuts they are haircuts are getting shorter. ble exception of about 10 a-
The unit was cited for over- 16, according to the Divisionof at 9645436.There is no charge. going for a haircut that revealsthe Men and boys are turning to dults) we made several organ-
all professionalism and per- Forestry Headquarters on It Is possible a fine could be fact that they have ears and what is known as the shag, a "You're izational mistakes and believe sriiaar ttoaroA
formance and was specifically SR-100 west of Starke. assessed for burning withouta maybe dirt around the collar. 'layered cut about one and a half an old-timer if you that next years trip can be
recognized for its selection as' permit. It may be thick and bushy on the inches long on top and trimmedto can remember when rock was much better planned for and U.S. 301 N03TH

the best In Pacific Air forcesIn ciable There amount has been of rainfall no appre-In top and sides, but It can be the collar the radial haircut something you did In chair. therefore less wasted effort. PHONE 964.7500

both the refueling and supply
the county this month. -------
effectiveness areas for 1970. Three fires in the Sampson
The sergeant will wear a
City caused
area were by freight ,
distinctive service ribbon to '
trains and burned 60 acres "
mark his affiliation with the of woodsland. An Investigationis

squadron. under way to find the exact
Sergeant Magyarl Is a 1956 cause of the fires and, per- ', FLORIDA NATIONAL BANKS OF FLORIDA INC.
graduate of Bradford County; haps, collect damages from the ,

High School. railroad.Three fires were 'carelessly AND SUBSIDIARY BANKS
Army Private Robbie L. :
started according to the For- .
; .
Addison 19 of "
son j
One burnedan \ ,. '
estry.Department. \
; ti f
gle Sladc,, Hampton, Fla., recently -,, a re., n. the Esau; ,Bright,,. I ;, JtA\,, .. .11: .Co.ns lldatecLSatement* 6f.a'Condition-.' >f'iT *\* ':,31(i t f t tit '11l/ :, 'te!' >:,id;; .,Yr
completed eight weeks 'Jr."propertyat'Lawteyt! ,;'>'lv.<*, 11...... t, ;;: ,..--_, .-. .. .. '. (r .Rein'. ", ., '''t ,. I'"J! ; ,, ... of basic training, at Kt.Jackson acresi 1 were' burned Just east l, "r 'S"7'<' ." '. March 31, 1972 t".t ""' i\1''.. ." '1"s, :.. ,f)
S.C. "t'7w ( .
,, of the Crosby Lake Cemetery' J r ,
lie Instruction
In off SR-100 Sunday afternoon,and .'
drill and ceremonies wea- .

Dons map reading, com- the third burned seven acres RESOURCES. LIABILITIES, RESERVES AND CAPITAL
bat tactics, military courtesy on tJ -301 south of Starke.No .
military Justice, first aid, and burning Is allowed, whe- Demand $ 513640430.52
army history and traditions. Cash and Due from Banks $ 176317167.94
ther trash or otherwise with-
Pvt. Addison received his out a permit from the Divisionof Investment Securities: Time Deposits 438,480,500.76

2D training Brigades with 10th Company/ battalion.C of the Forestry.set by the These Air regulationsare and Water U. S. Government Obligations 137,048,853.70 Total Deposits 952,120,931.28;

The Private Is a 1970 gra- Pollution Control Board in U. S. Government Agency Obligations 21,058,393.98 Federal Funds Purchased and Securities

Starke duate ,of Fa.Marine Bradford. High School Jacksonville which working has In two this Investigators Florida County & Municipal Bonds 79271778.08 Sold Under Repurchase Agreement 33151000.00

area. Other State & Municipal Bonds 149512388.97 Provision for Taxes Interest, etc. 3374569.53

Pvt. Fred S. Starl- Federal Reserve Dank Stock '. 2761500.00 Interest and Income Collected-Not Earned 11118995.84
ing of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
son Gainesville Aid Co Other Securities 53294526.52 Dividends Declared-Not Yet Payable 376,522.96
Starling of ,Route 1, and hus- Hiaring __
band of the former Dianne G. Federal Funds Sold and Securities Purchased Total Liabilities O,142,6 f.6f

St.Williams,, Starke of, recently 512 Westmoreland graduatedfrom MR.BILL Under Resale Agreement 93445000.00 Reserve for Possible Loan Losses ..- 5,868,049739: ::

basic training at the Marine Loans 377,578,344.24 -

ris Island Corps S.C.Recruit Depot, Par- kI;. : GARDNEROWNER Bank Premises & Equipment (Net) 31:764:483:40: : : Minority Interest in Subsidiary Banks 1501145.65,

He Is a 1970 graduate of Other Real Estate Owned 828158.53 : .

Bradfrd High School Starke. "' Interest and Income Earned ,' <. Common Stock, $12.50 par value per share

Marine Pvt.; Carl R. Flllyaw, Not Collected '< .:..:< 7,671,640.08 Authorized 12,000,000 shares; issued

husband of the former Miss AND Other Resources < 'j* 1,345,099.87 9,359,992 shares 116999900.00

Peggy A. Lee of Route 1 1. Undivided Profits 10745937.60
: i ,\f
Total Resources
Starke, has graduated from OPERATOR "
basic training at the Marine .\\J ';, 127,745,837.60
Corps Recruit Depot at Par- Less excess of Par Value of Stock Issued over

ris Island, S.C. The1110St ..J ; Underlying Equity in Subsidiary Banks ((3,359,716.94))

VET NEWS Total Capital Accounts 124386120.66 <

There Is still room In Nat. \. ", f Total Liabilities, Reserves, and
ional Cemeteries to bury all powerfulNOKELCO S "
h : ; Capital Accounts 1131897335.31
Vietnam casualties although ix i.i : :,
it Is true that national ceme- "! : n\\: ",," '. 5-
teries are rapidly running out 5
space according to W. B. Mack- behind-
Mackall director of veterans
affairs for Florida. the-ear aid
More than 55,500 American made. Chairman Kent. Durden and Kent Ochsner Clime/ and Ochsnar Immediate Pest Chairmen
servicemen have died In the ever CHAUNCEY W. LEVER ARTHUR M. ANDERSON. Executive Committee Attorney Foundation Hospital Standard Oil Company
Vietnam conflict, but only 9- President President Delta/ Air Lines Inc New Or/It int. Louisiana ol Kentucky
000 have been burled in nat- Florida National Bank Atlanta Georgia CHAUNCEY W. LEVER Louitville. Kentucky
ional cemeteries. Officials of JOHN H. MANRY. JR. at St Petersburg President DR. STEPHEN C. O'CONNELL
Vice President RICHARD E. EHLIS Florida/ National Banks President WILLIAM C. SWAIN
the Army the agency respon- R. HUGH DANIEL President of Florida Inc. University of Florida' President
sible for operating national Ift the 6730 I..', JAMES C. ROBINSON 'JR. Chairman. & Treasurer Florida National Bank Gainetville Florida Florida National Bank
cemeteries, say this is because i .helped people Vice PresidentCHARLES<< Daniel International, Corporation at Lakeland JOHN H. MANRY JR. at Coral Gables
most families prefer to Birmingham. Alabama President 'JAMES A. RHODES
have their loved one burled hear better B. NORTON O. P. HEWITT, 'JR. Florida National/ Bank i Trust Former Governor of Ohio STANLEY A. TAYLOR .
nearer to home. In such cases Secretary HARRY A. deBUTTS President Company at Miami Columbus. Ohio President .
it hot extremelyhigh Florida National Bank Florida Bank Trust
all or Former President
the government pays mo.imum ROBERT F. STAMP Southern CompanyUppenllle at Orlando/ ALLEN H. NEUHARTH JAMES C. ROBINSON JR. Company at Daytona Batch
buriaL Railway
most of the costs of the
Treasurer President President
r.. ompiilicalion.Y.tII .
There Is still room, Mackall Virginia Gannett Company Inc Florida First National Bank
says, to bury all Vietnam cas- olio deliver ucop.ionollOund ROBERT M. ULSCH Rochester. New York at Pensacola/
ualties. Reports Indicate that. quality.If Comptroller end) ,
of September 30, 1971, there hearing Assistant Secretary 9,r'
were some 244,000 unused iris r all it could b.come in today -
gravestos! In national ceme for a tree demonstration of

teries. what .the 6730 can do, Absolutely SUBSIDIARY BANKS
There are presently about 28 no obligation.
all says. Obviously there are additional information
not enough gravesltes NAME ..................................
care of eligible the burial to be of Interredin all veterans ADDRESS ........................... FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT BARTOW FLORIDA BANK AT STARK

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Potentially eligible are
ble discharges. Their wives ..


Nest T.Woolco
burled In private cemeteries,
simply because there will not
be gravesltes to take care of Nallkptv.f.j.--! : :
them. Mackall points out.

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2 Zoning Changes OK I t r Extension Service Clubs To Be IntegratedRacial i

,In a brief meeting[ Tuesday Butch Redding was given a z
night, two; Zoning temporary permit to place a .. Integration has been the present time, according to Federal auditors are.'expected
theapproved requests mobile home on five acres of V VII ordered for 4-H Clubs Homemaker Dr. Joe Busby dean of the to make Investigation later to
for reclasslflcatlon and properly; he owns on Highway 1 zla Clubs and all other activities Florida Extension Service., see that compliance being
denied one. 100 south at the Intersectionwith { tarvwI't of the Cooperative Extension carried out, extension officials
Highway 18. Redding said Extension Service assistance .
Mrs. Loyree LaNler's Services In Florida. said.
request -
for rezoning a tract of he planned to build a conventional I't well as all other states. will be withheld from The directives also Include
type; home there at a clubs that do not comply with for the
requirements .
over 100 acres near Santa Fe .employ-
later date. The State Extension ServiceIs the Affirmative Action Plan,
Lake from RIA residential) The board reported that Its now preparing plans to Implement and a county could! lose Its ment of members of minority
to EA (exclusive: agricultural) attorney had written Colen Thomas the "Affirmative Action entire extension program if ; groups in the extension
was granted without objec operator of The Hideouton Plan," outlined by the Fed a county; commission refusesto services.
tion. The property; was for- U.S. 301 south of Lawtey. eral Extension Service by Dec- support the changes Dr.
merly part of the Shaughnesiy notifying him to remove hog P i'I li r t ember 31. Plans for accomplishing Busby said. ,,
estate and lies between Faith
pens within 20 days from the the directives
Presbyterian Church on Highway property; which Is zoned RIB ka must be submitted by the Ex- The directives require that I
21, and the new paved road (residential). It was also noted tension Service by June 30. each 4-H and Homemaker Club
around Santa Fe Lake. that a mobile home has been "whose membership consist*of By Popular
Approval was also given to moved onto this property; In The directives from the Fed- one race and serves a community Demand
a request by Herb Thomas for violation of Its classification. eral 'Extension Service are ; of Interracial clientele]
reclasslflcatlon from RIB (residential Buford Mitchell of Townhouse tg based on standards given by take steps to assure that membership
)) to BR retail sales Enterprises presented a plat : the Justlve Department, and of such clubs is In- JIMMY
and service) on property; on of Deerwood Subdivision on U. resulted from a Federal Court terracial composition."
U.S. 301 South near the old] S. 301 south which was accepted case In Alabama under the
Civil Rights Act. It is also stated that Extension
Starke airport. by the board and will assistance will be discontinued STRICKlAND
The request of Herbert Par- be referred to the County; Stroljht* A students at BMS are: The new plan will be' most to 4-H units that remain
rish was denied for permis- Commission for final appro- First row (I-r) Sherry Petteway, Kathy Taylor, Chuck Register. noticeable In Its affect on 4-H all of one race unless It AND HIS BANDJPil
sion to advertise for
a change oh
val.Mitchell Second row Margaret Davis Teresa DeVore and Homemaker Clubs. Mostof is established that reason-
Ellen Foro
George Joyce
In zoning to permit a mobile was also given permission Laura Thomas. the other extension programs able efforts have been madeto
home on property; lying between to advertise for a Including: conferences recruit individuals] of racial -
Bedford Lake road and change In classification] from Third row. Jay Godwin Jennifer Jockel, Donnette Rodrlgue. short courses and training groups not represented.The Be Back

the railroad. In denying tile OR (open rural]) to RIA (residential programs have been conducted racial composition is requiredto
request, the board said this AtFKDAYSATURDAY
on 20,000 foot on an Integrated basis
would of the be lake soot areas zoning that In It'one Is lot.) square 12 Earn] All A's At BMS for some time.It reflect of the community..the racial composition -

trying to restrict for conventional had not previously been BOBBYSHIDEAWAY
homes. Interpreted that 4-H and Home-,
Hospital. maker Clubs were under the JUVENILE NON-FICTION
Twelve of some 901 Brad- Group 8B- Alphonza Anderson Green! Scott Hicks Clara Johnson Civil Rights Act since they The Lost Zoo (Cullen); Favorite
ford Middle School students Willis Berry Emmett Craig King Joana Knep- were set up as an indirect Stories Old&New(Grue-
MANAGE (From Page J 1)) made straight A's the third Bright, Charles Castlen Ran- per, Michael dowry, Donna activity; of the Extension Ser- nberg); Make It From Felt
nine-week grading period dal Chesser Joyce Clemons Page Gary Jerome Reddish vice under a lay leader. ThusIt (Goldman.) !
That meeting was held last Guidance Counselor John Snell Michael Cooney Lewis Cooper Cathy Sapp Wayne Scott, Susan had been left to- the leadersof Library Hours: Monday, 9 AS?. 23.For .
SALEJOE Saturday night at the Union reported. Veronica Cummings Brenda Sheppard. Gloria Strickland the clubs whether to Inte- a.m. to 8 p.m.Tuesday Thursday -
courthouse.It Gall Davis Susan Edley Dale Traylor Bruce Trimm, grate or not, and most are Friday; 9 a.m. to S p.m.
was attended by County This is twice the number David Godsey. Debra Jean James Wooks Harold] Young. either all white, or black at Saturday 9.a.m. to 2 p.m.
A's second
who made all the
SAYS CHECK Commissioners Gerald Grlffls. -
chairman Royce Shaw. grading period.
120 other students made tile
Brown Felton Smith and

LOW PRICES Shelton Draggers Arnold and County Clerk; Attorney Robert A-B The honor' twelve roll.stralght-A students -

Hal! Y. Malnes. Kathy are Taylor: Starke sixth A Summer Without The Sizzle

Hospital trustees present Included grader daughter of Mr. and
William B. Thomas Mrs. Bobby Taylor.
chairman; Curtis Lee Martin Chuck Register Crystal Lake
Criner, and Lee Brallier, hospital sixth grader son of Mr. and
Administrator Floyd Mrs. ennard Register !.
Miller, and Attorney Wayne Cindy Beth Davis Starke sev- ;
Carroll representing the trus enth grader and daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Davis.
tees.Nothing Joyce Farabee Starke sev- mrnfn1.1
was resolved after a enth grader daughter of Rev.
long discussion. It was decided and Mrs. DeWitt Farabee.
that each group will meet se- Jay Godwin Starke seventh ( II
perately again, then schedule grader and son of Mr.and Mrs. I I
another Joint session. Harold Godwin.
ANNUALVEGETABLE Margaret Diane Davis sev-
The commission proposedthat enth grader and daughter of ROOM AIR
the trustees back to
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis of
them with a concrete proposal.
Thomas said Monday the Ellen George seventh grader CONDITIONERSrglU
PLANTS three-year lease proposed by and daughter of Mr. and Nvut./ .
the commission was totally una- Mrs. William T. George of
to the trustees because Starke.
cceptable -
Tray .37 It contains stipulations on Sherry Petteway Starke sev- You Can Get A Famous Room Air Con-

upkeep of the grounds that It enth grader daughter of Mr. ditioner At The Lowest .
covers on the building and immediate and Mrs. blah Petteway. Prices Ever Offered.
grounds and not the Jennifer Jockel Starke eighth We've Taken Inflation Of HeaLDon't
COWMANURE entire 10-acre site. grader daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Jockel. Let Another Summer Come And Allow
." "
The lease contained a clause j i'- : ''* -, : )
under which the lessft.could] be eighth, .Laura grader Kay Thomas and daughter, Starke of The Heat And Humidity To Ruin Your Sleep V i'mamer ;,,1 .'. ,
cancelled by elthepparty! ; upon
Mrs. Selena Thomas. .
STERLIZED) six-months written notice.Thomas Teresa Devore Lawtey eighth And Your Disposition. r. \

WEED FREE: said the trustees could grader and daughter of Mr. 'People Who Still "Build
not operate the hospital pro- and Mrs. George Devore. Let Us Take The Miseries Out '
perly if subjected to that (li i- Them Like Used .
40 Ibste IA7 Dannette Rodrigue, Starke They To! "
mitation. eighth grader daughter of Mr. Of Your Summer With

Thomas said that trustees and Three Mrs.of Allcee the Rodrigue. More I People I I I'm Their CoiifidiMiec i I In CarrierThan
planned to meet with Attorney twelve Joyce
Carroll during the week to Farabee, Dannette Rodrigue[ ., Central I Or Room Cooling In \II\ Other Make. !
determine what action to take. and Charles Register ha.e .

Establishment of a hospitalIn made year. straight A's the entire 5,000 btu' Without Thermostat S 99.00

Lake Butler was authorized All middle school students ;11 5,000 btu' With Thermostat 139.95IIIIII : :
ARDEN about five years ago by a special take a basic curriculum of ,.
act of the Legislature. The math, science English social 11,000 btu': . ., .. . 239.95

act provided for operation to studies pnjslcat e,1.I'.I' 19,000 btu . . .
TOOL the hospital by a board of nonpolitical don, and an electrive subjectIn I I)" ,,," ," 269.95

trustees appointed by related arts. I -- 24,000 btu's . . . 349.95

RIOT the governor. The 120 A-B honor roll students 26,500 btu's . ., . 479.95

ALL TOOLS Shortly completed before the the county buildingwas ; commission Group, by 6.V-grade Roger and group Barnett are,; Sleep Cool! For Only $99.00 30,000 btu's . . . . 499.95

I'OUR CHOICE! on many occasions con- !Mathew Box Cynthia Canova
sidered asking for a change In Phyllis Collier Phyllis Con- 11W ..5I
Now the act so at least two commissioners treas John Cooper Janet Duncan
would serve as Billy Gnann Latonya Johnson I

a hospital 3-2 vote trustees.die commission Finally on Redding, Allsa, Martin Morris Russell Christie, Bren- Central Air CoJidHioiiing 1 Is Less Than You Think '

10% OFF called on Gov. Claude Kirkto da Sapp Suzanne Sawyer, Che-

appoint the trustees..: .. ( ri Sliuford Martha Smith Rob- .

Reluctance, governing of the body commission of the- In Lori Sparks Sdncsoru Pricilla Stalnaker Consider The Fact That The Value Of Your Home Is Increased By At Least As Much ',S

AUTOMATIC' county county and property responsible; to turn for the all Group 6-B- :Mark Box Janet As You Pay, Plus Less Expensive To Operate Per Square Foot Of Cooling. '1'"

hospital over to the truesteesIs Boyce, Terry Carver Elaine]
"- '-' apparent Cauley Diane Crews Bonnie No Cold Spots Nor Hot Spots Just Even Comfort Throughout
Culverson, Denise Cissy, Thomas ....
J On dm flinty Equally apparent is the trus Richard Johns, !Nancy l> Mc-
tees' position that they cannot Neal Karen Reddish, Kenny Your Home itl. .
Attimtfle KilniiKlllt fulfill] their responsibility;) with Rodrlgue, Sonya Tenly, Donna r
A"",1. ]less than full authority;) to dir- Thornton Dora Trlest, Claire ;
ect operations of the hospitaland Turner Harold Edward Waters. "
( / All Intuit without support from the Group "A-. Edwin ..Akrldge .;',11
Or Yi r MimyRthndiJ county. Anne Allen, Lucy Bradley, Gina .'
o r Brown Deborah Coleman Lisa ', "

Ekard Arnle Gibson, Eollne ',.i
6 OZ. Reg. Green DwlglitHewert-Charleno V

r, 1.98 C Hudson, Helen Lee Briar Pa- THE. ROUND ONE ::
; .
NOW 1.77 tray Lynn Pierce James Starling d
; ; 14OZReg.. Judy Stephens Kim Tenly, COMPACT a i Morse-Saving Speed Motor Cruises

3.98 From 1)) Cynthia Tetstone. Cynthia e New Computer Designed Fan Assembly Most Days, Speeds Up Only For Scor
NOW 3.47QueifyHand ( Pogo nard Thornton Kenneth, Pam Whltehead Tucker Debra Leo- Assures Top Performance! chers! .

i 1 the plastic horticulture dome. Mendora. e Special Overload Devices Safeguard Protective* Solid State Controls Moni
Buildings seem to be going Internal' tor Critical Operating Circuits) .
Components ..
up continuously In the Educational Group 7B- Martha Adldns.
I I I Park established by the Pam Chapman, Anthony Frank- C Attractive Compact Design Compliments e Neiyhbor-Pleasing Upflow Design Tos
school board several years ago lin, Deborah Gomes Wanda Gall ."
Heat Sound
Your Home's Landscaping ses and Skyward!
I Ham- ,;, ,
but still more are needed,Supt. Green, Richard Hall Juy

I week.Tom Casey pointed out this mond Harrell, Jackie Julie Hammond Hazen,Rhonda Terri ADD ON. MODKL: 3NT.S! (; ;Ann) ON() \MODKL) : .W.R(; 'V.. .

Hicks Waisel Hines Darlene 24,000 24,000( ()() "
MGWM3 | At the vo-tech: center there Denise Jones Patricia Rowe y rftft 00 S Juftiflva 00
Is still inadequate housing for Oil Burton Sheppard, Kathy Tt.'S tilT7V 1T'S TOW'
TORO WHIRL WIND |I the diesel mechanics commercial Teiton. Donna Thornton, Carl Installed |Installed|, ., .

vehicle drivers t training Torode. Plus Necessary EUctrical,.Work' Plus Necessary Electrical Work
21" .. .r..rIve |, and heavy equipment classes.
Casey Is currently approach- Group ftA-Jerallne'Andrewi, r If You Don't Have Central Heating To Add Cooling To Get Both
| Ing the State,Department ofEducation Sonja Biggs, Karen Crawford, ',":.:J!'
$199.95 for more vo-tech Andy Crews,Marion Cummings,
| building funds but first must Debra Douglas Karen EUand, &O.... BtuFunttC9CecrtrafiyLoartel Sfl 90A 00,

10111.4I11 I' house prove warrant the courses the funds he wants he U to Debbie Grlffls Cam Anita Alicia Green Jackson, Julie 7 Si'" OutSell! ,, I Rte.. .Instated.. Canpltto. 4mffAWJ

1 asking.: Martha Johns 1 Deavelyn Mathews .' Plus Any Necessary Electrical Work
V Harriet Mlddleton, Darlene
*_comoi I :Stancll. Peggy Ann Vallel- SAWYER-SLADE AIR CONDITIONINGJacksonville .'
Some 200 truck drivers have lanes David Wells Linda Williams.
GARDEN CENTER I graduated from the driving .
course and none has been employed
: .
I OPEN for toss than $8,000 per ? Stork B.ach.s .

ALL year. Casey points out. A new NutrlllonliU ..u iUoB the 8436 Ramona Blvd. 332 W. Madison 411 Pablo Ay .
. DAY class begins every six weeks eating fc WW of ....-...". *
WED! and the school cannot turnoutgraduates However. what they Bay lack 781-4015 964-7701 246,6471
i fast enough. Casey In quality they make up &tee
ays. ta quantity.

J ;:Page 8 Telegraph April 27, 1972

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,. .' ,:,,.. ;:,; '" V01.93 No. 39 Telegraph 2nd Section April 27 1972

trap1 "I!< vse&seset

The Sweetest StrawbtrrU TM Side of


.I, SO. Depth Wins


3rd Florida Star Title

With its great depth

In the pole vault and
distance events Pa-

latka South totaled 116

points here Friday'night i' Must

to capture Its

third straight Florida ForBHSGridders

Star Conference

championship.The d; P Pt

Fist' !baseman Bill Perky! slides' Into third' to "beat out e throw by Tiger pitCher host Tornadoes, paced by
Richard i Ca.ell (allowing a bunt by PKY. Team Captain Jimmy Andrews, 1L beginning to
"Things are
pressured the Braves all the
shape ," (Head Tornado David
way and finished a close sec- f a'
ond with 93 points. Live Oak, i Hurse said Tuesday after
behind their strength In the five scrimmages.
"Rut we have to put more
field events, finished a close
quickness into the entire team.
PKY Jars third among the eight confer-
Tigers "We're working on It now and
ence schools with 81 points.
It's going to be' a must for
The Tornadoes were secondto "
Palatka South last week In 4l, kj us
r Bradford's Tornadoes are
the Bradford Invitational. now In their second week of
Bradford captured seven first spring football practice with
From place finishes compared to Palatka's -
First PlaceSuwannee 1. I the biggest battle for a start-
four In Friday's con- S I' 1
1 l Ing position shaping up
ference rivalry. The Braves, ..: senior
t + center left vacant by
however, piled up 15 points in 5 :.. 1 Farelon Mct'lellan who will
the two mile run, capturingfirst : graduate this year.
second, fifth and sixth Steve Crawford, Waynclam-I
place. They also placed three I .l _
In bus and Steve Register are all
finishers In six In the
LoopBill the top battling for the starting position -
pole vault, one mile run and IXfli according to llurse.l.ambus .

880.Jimmy Is also working at
Andrews led all com- guard along with freshman I Early : -
petitors with 16-1/2 points. As d p,yrr' 1 C handler and veterans Dennis -
usual Andrews captured first ; _1 r. ,S v
Perky was the man of a hit by Richard Cason. run In the third and one In the place In the low and high hurd- Crawford and iary Melvin
the hour for the Blue Wave fourth but It wasn't "Hotli of the veterans are
Fred Sirmons then singledto enough. les and was on the record "
Monday night as the little Trailing 4-0, Hon Hall dou- looking good, llurse said.
first breaking mile relay team.
put runners on and Two Gas-
veteran handy
first baseman went four for third. Terry Hamilton laid bled to score two runners. He Two conference records fell year
four at the plate, knocking In suicide bunt down the thin! later ,, tripled the next Inning in the meet. Bradford's mile )1L kins Is working at weak tackle
five Kill's and scoring another base line to score Cason. Hamilton with the bases loaded: to tie the relay team captured first place) M with Terry Hayes' and Bob I Ityal
run himself to lift P.K. Yonge reached first base safely gamu\ up. with a clocking of 3:26.3: to on the strong side.
"I) al Is more of a defensive -
6-4 conference rival Lake
over ;)
and Slrmons also scored Baddock was the winning set a new conference and school said llurse,
Butler. following an error by. the pitcher, striking out five while record. It Is also the second "While specialist llajes is showing good
With the win, the Blue Wave pitcher, Bradshaw. walking four and giving up six best Class 3A school time recorded improvement. He Is a lot more
gained first place position In Leading 3-0, Lake Butler hits. Relief pitcher John Wood- In the state this year. L. aggressive already than we had
the Suwannee Conference witha padded their lead with four ley was credited with the loss. Ricky Golden of Palatka South thought he would be."
7-1 elate.- Lake Butler more runs In the sixth.\ Bill Woodley came In relief for broke the other conference record Working behind Cashing at

dropped to 7-2.ln the confer, }Rosier., gof onwith, ) an.error.. ,Richard Cason-, who went ,out. In the two.....mile run with. Ll.a Newman mad it oil look to easy in! cheerl.odetry out' Tuesday night, weak tacklo' are Carl Luther,
ence with the loss and Into second '"-" ..:....... "- I A: 9:52r: tlme.' --- .Seventeen'girls demonstrated their skills before eight judges and left them with, Charles Crawford, and Wayne
position."''Both of the TI-,, Most exciting race' of the the hard task of selecting 15. -" Norman.At: .

xer's come i|at conference the hands defeats of P.K have, night was
Yonge. last place to first to Thursday with 12 finally being selected a* the 197273 BHS varsity cheerleader "Iljnn) Is a lot more aggressive -
win with an anchor split of 21.8.
Trailing 4-0, Lake Butler From the Olympic style open- and thanks to a good
gave the Blue Wave a real Ing ceremonies to the final weight lifting program, a lot
I scare as It exploded for four race the competition was keen went ahead of BIIS In the mile Mile Uclaj-I) HI IS, 3:26.3 throw of 125-1 In the discus, stronger this Scar," said the
runs In the bottom of the run and never relinquished their Burch, ((52.4)ernon: ) Barber !Head Tornado.
with the lead changing hands Until: (51.6) and! Len- Tim Clark's 10.2 in the Wu. :;
fifth to tie the : ( lead. the final two events (51.3)ndrews ; \t split end are vetcrtn ttove
game up. ., .... several times. Palatka South BIIS was within ten points of ( and the mile relay team. Strickland and newcomer Tim

Lake Butler's Faron Dukes .the Braves. 2201)ash-2)) Tim Clark, 23.1. Friday Bradford will travelto Clark.
led-off with, a single to leftfield : ,.: i,. i : 'i" BIIS results are: Long Jump- )DMalachlHenrj.):' Palatka South for the District Clark Is listed as strew\ and
Pitcher Richard Cason '-. }\ri' : ,- ,' BHS Girls 20-10; 6)) Lennon, 20112. State Qualltylng' Championships : with good speed, according\ to
then got' on an error and Fred "' -' ( 120 III Hurdles-J 1)) \ndrews, Bradford also captured) fourth with the first six: llurse.At .
Sirmons then walked to load ,.. ." ; ',, Jr.ISC: : : :" \ Set 14.7; 4)) Bernard Brown, 154. place In the shot )put with Fare- finishers In each event advan- Hanker back are I Keith
the bases. ,r '" ',' '-, '" I' ,I1f" : :" ;F;', 1 .If" 4-Way 100-yd. Dash-I 1)) Levy Len- Ion McClellan, in the discus cing to the Regional the follow Testone, levy Lennon, Tim
Terry Hamilton then came "4 ..4 .. ,c',I"', ,"'''_'U' ,,,,,.,,, _;4" _' .,...."'",! ."",, ,. non, 10.2; 2) Tim Clark, 10.2. with Curtis White I In the high ing week In Winter Park. Crews, Billy Higham and Ste-
up to the plate and after'a Track Meet 880 Relaj-J 1) BIIS, 1328.: Jump with Jimmy Ricks, In the According to I.opcr, we havj wart Strickland.Last .
bunt rolled foul, singled to toPKY'* Bill Perky sloms a tingle to right field 180 Low Hurdles-"\ 440 dash with Barber and In a.i oc'Olle'it 5'itiiM, )r send( RI: j ear's starter, I Eddie
right field to score both In two runt in the top of the fourth. Forty-four girls from Brad- 20.3; 3)) Brown 212. the Sprint Medley Relay. ,1h"',' or tho tin n, vau. ':'Ill: j Lithe Ilazen. along with Charles:

Dukes and Cason. Slrmons also ford High School will parti- 880 Run-1)) Donnle Burch, Coach George Loper had specIal sprints, Jumping events, relays Green and Ronnie Hall' are
scored as the right fielder for Curtis White's and 880 at the quarterback: po-
charged to the short stop to with a sore arm. cipate In a Girls Association 2015. praise) working
er bobbled the ball. score Terry Hamilton. With the win, Baldwin upped Track meet In Starke where sition.
First baseman Kerwin Clyatt DeWitt Crlffls delivered the It's seasonal mark to 10-4, while three other schools will be up "The entire first week of
then singled to right Held to for the competition.Mrs. practice, Hall worked at quarterback
finishing blow as he tripled with the loss dropped Lake Butler
score Hamilton from second.In the bases loaded to score Ro- Melba Bryan will be the Green Machine Wins 3 and did a pretty good
the seventh Inning, PKY 135.These Ilurse said. "lie Is the
sier, Kerwln Cljatt, and John two powerhouses are sponsor of the meet which will job, "
came up with two runs on a Woodley. expected to collide again Sat- last from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. fastest of the trio.
perfectly placed) grounder by Woodley was the winning urday night at 7:30: to decide Saturday. The events of the Two year lettermen Brad
Perky. Ken Pagonlnl led off pitcher fanning 16 while walking the District 3, Class 2-A meet will be the long Jump, Carter and :\Ialachl Henry are

and third got to baseman second on John an Wood-error three and giving up only three championship.Fo high Jump, shot put, discus, Straight TournamentsWinning working at their usual Hall Is running also
by back positions.
hits. He Is now 5-4 for the r these two to meet, how- 50 yard dash, 100 yard dash! back with
ley.Jerry season. ever, Baldwin must first get 220 yard dash, 440 run, 880 working as along
L then to
\\I singled John Bradshaw took the loss, by Father Lopez of Dajtona run, and loads of relays."The Wayne.' Tetstone.
center and stole second to put giving up four hits while striking Beach. (1-14)( ) Thursday nightat girls have really "I or experience and added
base runners on second and 6 Baldwin will then haveto worked hard to make this a Its third straight partment) to the powerful CM.:' Green :Machine faced the depth we have shifted Vernon
third. Perky then slammed a out eight and walking two. oeieat p.m. me winner of the successful day," says Mrs. tournament the Green :Machine' Leading hitters In the game Tampa Chrjsler-Plymoutri! for Barber to a running back post,
single to right field right down With the loss Crescent City Crescent City Jasper (8-6)) Br)'an. won the Cape Canaveral Invl- were John Watson, :Mummow' the last game of the tourney )Bursa said."Whether.
the first base line'to score fell to 6-9 for the year. game Friday night to advanceto A trophj will be given to 'tatlonal slowpltch) Softball tour- and Garlington. GM:' won the game 136. we keep him thereIn

both runners and give PKY the chamlonship round. the highest pointer of the meet net last weekend, whipping "We were behind 12-2 at the CP had six RBIs and 14 hits the fall depends on the prog-
the win. BALDWIN GAME After drawing a bye the first Eight Judges will preside over Tampa Chrysler Plymouth end of the third Inning and hit compared to 18 hits for :M. gress of the other four tack-
The Blue Wave first got ont Ron Hall slammed a double round, Lake Butler will face the the meet. 13-6 In Its fifth straight win. three home runs In the bottomof Leading hitters for GM: were les and his own ability to convert -
e score board In the fourth and a triple to score five The the fourth and got seven hits" to running back.
winner of the Jacksonville Epis- three schools are Clay In the first the CM:' Rhoden, 3-for-4, :McArthur 3-
Inning as Perky singled to right game wasu Coach Townsend
base runners Thursday nightas -Interlachengame Fridaynight. High School, Gainesville High said for-4, Watson2-for-3, and Tho- "It's too early to tell but If
against Sawdy Electric
p of
field to score Pagonlnl. Perky Baldwin gained revenge for Game time Is set for 8pm School, and Buchholz. :No: admission Palmetto. CM: Strickland.In mas 2-for-3. he does remain as running backIt
later scored on a single by a loss earlier In the week by will be charged. won the game the fifth inning CM:' went will add a lot of speed to
Nelson Starbrough to put PKY scalping Lake Butler 10-5,end- 20-9. CM: had 18 RBI's compared ahead 17-12 on 10 hits and two John Watson hit two home ur backfield"
ahead 20. Ing the Tiger's winning streakat to SE's five. home runs. runs for the Green :Machine. Barber who runs the 100
In the fifth Inning, the Blue 11 straight. Green Machine had 26 hits out Tate Electric of Gainesville Leading hitters and their a- In 10.3, was the Tornadoes'
Wave stretched the margin to Reese's of 41 at bats compared to Saw- challenged CM: In the fourth verages for the whole tourney leading tackler last year and
four as Perky singled again to ihe Tuesday Tigers rallied night to(April ,18th three) 71 "Wins dy') 15 hits out of 34 at bats. game but lost 23-12. were John Watson who had 15 if he does end up as a running

right field to score Pagonlnl runs in the bottom of score the sixth Top hitter for CM:' was Larry TE had 16 hits compared the hits from 19 trips to the plate back on offense It will be a
and on back-to-back doubles to Bungle who hit 4-for-4 followedby the Green :Machine's' 24. CM:' for a ,89 average Including: new twist for him. He was the
The Tigers bad better pitch- the Indians 6-5. clip Golf Woody Strickland with 3-for- had a total of 18 FBI's while eight home runs. Richard:Mum Tornadoes' top linebacker and
Ing and fielding but still lost the Trailing 4-0 In the third. Jaycee Title 3.Jim TE had 12.Marcus mow went IO-for-14 for an a- offensive tackle last season.
game. Both teams had eight Ron Hall doubled to score two, Garllngton was 3-for-5 Rhoden and John verage of .650 and four home Barber was highly touted for
hit with the Tigers making while John Watson and Paul Watson had two home runs each. runs. :Marcus Rhoden hit 14- his hard hitting and quickness
, only two error while PKY base runners. Baldwin then added Jerry Reese shot a one-un- 75 strokes McArthur were 3Cor4.Ic: Mummow Larry' Hlngle, and of-23 times and had an average In closing a hole.
committed six. another five In the fourth der-par net 71 Saturday to beat Buddy Bab of Keystone was Arthur hit three home runs George Barnes were 3-for-S:! of .609 R. Thomas was 5- The defense was Just put In
Gordle Johnson was the winning to take the lead and another out David McRae for the first sixth placer In the match with and Jim Garlington hit two. the plate. Rick Turner and for-7 and ended up with an Tuesday and according to
pitcher, striking out nine three In the sixth to put the place title In the Starke Jaycee* a three and a half over par In the second game CM: played Tommy Clark were 3-for-4. average of .714. Hurse, didn't look too bad but
while walking< four.Richard Ca game on Ice. Golf Tournament at the Starke 75 1/2. Gary Melton of Mac- SCL of Jacksonville to defeat made the usual mistakes.On .
son took the lose for the Tigers lee. Golf and Country Club. a low handicap to them 27-7 with the help of defense Carter and Gaskins -
fanning 10 while also "We Just) gave the game to McRae had a even par net 72 give the top position over two home runs by Richard :Mum- < will start at defensive end,
walking four.Hamilton them," said Tiger coach Paul with Randy Jones having the three other golfers' who had a maw. BHS 9' Finishes 1-15 YearTornado Dyal and Melvin at tackle, Luther -
led the Tiger offense WrUht. "Our defense was Just same score. McRae won the four over par 76. Mike SCL had only three RBI's at nose man. Barber and
with two hits and two RBI'.. terrible. It gave up eight unearned second place honor on the Sand placed eighth with a 76, compared to the GM's 25. FM Dennis Crawford at linebacker -
cards. had 30 hits In the butSCL baseballers did It back, scoring four In the fourth .
Lake Butler Is now 13-6 over- runs. George Robert came In ninth, game Flynn at Henryat
all for the year with one remaining Lake Butler collected only Reese stoked 11 pars while and Roland Henderson tenth. had only 12. again Thursday afternoon, fall and another three In the fifthto corner monstert, etttorle
conference game. The six scattered hits while committing having six bogles. He three Danny Brown placed llth with Other leading hitters in the ing victim to Palate Central take a 7-5 lead. Bradford and Steve Strickland at safe
Blue Wave have two conference seven errors and giving putted the third hole for a a 78 1/2 for the day. game were John Watson's in the first round of sub-dis added another run In the sixthto ty.;
games remaining on lu. up eight unearned runs. double bogie. This U the first year the Jay- 4-for-4, Jim Carllngton at 3- trict play 11-6. close to within one, 1.S. With this line-up according
schedule. Baldwin got' 13 hits while David McRae also had 11 par* eees have sponsored a golf' for-4, Woody Strickland 3-for- The loss ended the baseball Central however had other to Horse the Tornados will
making four errors. and six b 8I".. He was the only tournament. but they hope> to 3, and Marcus Rhoden at3-for- season for the Tornadoes and Idea as they added another have an experienced man at
CRESCENT CITY GAME The TIgers Jumped to an one In the top three placers sponsor more said Randy Jones. 6. Mummow went 3-for-4, including left them with a 1-15 mark. four run to put the game each position
DeWitt Griffls tripled In the early three run lead In the to have a birdie. There were 20 players the his home run. away. "Of" the remaining 29 boyson
bottom of the sixth Saturday first with a two run triple by The match was controlled bya tournament Including seven GM faced the Outriggers from Behind the hitting of Eddie In the final of sub-district the team 20! 'are senior 1.
night with the bases loaded u Dale Green. Richard Cat it Calloway handicap system from out of town. Jensen Beach In the third game Hazen, Joey Bennett, andLarl' play. Central was shut-out by mat
the Tigers shut out visiting cored the first run on an *.- Randy Jones had eight pars The last two groups of golfers and were given harder competition > )' Brown, the Tornado Palatka South, 50. beamed Hur... "One thing will
Cr'uvast ror Terry Hamilton and four bogie.. He double were rained but It did a* JB lost by 1713. Jumped out to a 5-0 lead In means 1* that we sure
*' City 7-0* which bog. on the top of the fourth. Bradford Central outhlt the Tornadoes have to have a good JV team
Lead-on< batter Farce Dukes on had gotten on led the fourth hole. not effect play much. John Watson' two homer 12-8
In with
tallied three In the the contest Brown
broke a scoreless tie In the first on another error. Frank Broome of Lake City Annual club Championship> were the only one of the gam*. another two In the fourth third and Bennett, and Haien each collecting this Saturday vear. night at 7 p.m. the
bottom of the fourth u he Green then tripled to score placed fourth with a two over competition will start In June. The Outriggers9dto6come take the advantage. to two hits each for the Tornadoes will hold their first
scored from first on an error Hamilton and Fred Slrmons. par 74. Marvin Barnett also of Bill Adam ha* won the champ- c Central then Tornado. spring football scrimmage.
by CC's right fielder following Lake Butler added another Lake City;: came In fifth with ionship the last three years. the closest in the hitting de came battling .

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Indians Colonial,

FourthIn 1 *. Bade

MayoKeystone 4 I ,, Win In


ttitnclads placed : ; Women's 1'V

fourth among seven teams to ._.

the Mayo Invitational Thursday
behind conference rival Branford t r

*In a disappointing afternoon
for Coach Roy Bayless. the Florist and Norm8l1'S '
Indians failed to win a single Farms locked up In a ..
r t/
event and In : real struggle Thursday night
placed only 11 e- '
vents for 41 points. with Colonial coming out on ---

"We did make some Improve- top In extra Inning, 13-9. 4

ments on some of our times" Colonial; defending league ttII... 9dlt A..r M.--
Bayless said. "But It was justa Champri, had worked its way to
disgusting day. a 8-1 lead after three and one- Bernard Brown who just recently came out for
"We had to kick one of our half Innings of play but plat- the track team, picked up 'both a third and fourth
best boys off the team and $ c ed three runs In the bottomof place finish In the hurdUs to give the Tornadeos

several"others were running :. : j-1- the fourth to trail 54. an added boost Friday night.

Injured. The Florist team scored threeIn
Keystone Heights results: the top of the fifth to lead
Shot Put5) Mike Wrinkle. aJ 84. Norman's refused to roll Police Hangs First Defeat
Discus5) Bobby humor, over and play dead and plated
6)) Mike-Wrinkle. four runs In the bottom of the
Broad Jump5)) Billy Bclote. Winning slow pitch Softball tournaments may pay poor- Tommy Clark Manager ,Jack, Hazen, Marcus Rhoden, fifth to tie It at eight -all. On Coke To Gain TieOn
120 High Hurdles2)) Danny ly, but the trophies often are huge this season. The Green Bat Boy Mlkd Jackson. Each team scored a run In
Babb 16.7.100yd. Machine won this one at the Canaveral Invitational. Second rowRick Turner, John Emerson, Scorer Andy the sixth Inning and the
Dash3) Llston Pick- Team members are: Strickland, Larry Mercer, Jim Garllngton John Watson score Coca '
was knotted 9-9. Neither team Monday, April 24, COCA COLA WINS THIRDTO
ron, 10.6. First row (1rBat) Boy Kenny Clark, Asst. Manager Paul McArthur, George Barnes, Lynwood Kitchens Woody; could score In the seventh and Cola found out how it feelsto STAY UNDEFEATED- _
Mile2)) Tommy Erb, 4:59.: Sidney Jackson Richard Mummaw, Emmett Akridge, Ron- Strickland, General Manager Merrill Strickland, and Larry final Inning of regulation play lose after winning three POLICE. DEPT 2ND PLACEIn
880 Relay3) KII, with team ale Thomas, Donald Falcon. Bat Boy Andrew Strickland, Ingle. Stan Cotney la not pictured. ,
In Bantam League
of Pickren,Belote, Bobby Turk- pushing the game going Into extra straight the Bantam Boys Base-
nett, and Wesley Brewer. Innings.In Baseball ball League each team by Fri-

180 Low Hurles- 2)) Babb, 3 Teams Undefeated In Early Men's Play Lawtey Students the top of the eighth Inn- The Police Dept downed Coke day had met the others one time
22.1. Ing Colonial came up with four 4-1 and, in defeating Coke, and only Coca Cola emerged
8804) Tommy Erb. Trounce Faculty big runs and then held Nor- gained a bit of revenge on the unscathed, having defeated all
SQrlnt Medley Relay3)) KII After the first week of league Lawtey got two In the sixth Hams Jewelry Community; man's scoreless for the 13-9 only team to whip them this three of the other teams in
with team of Robin Henderson, play and two games, Cunningham and Just one more In the say Bank blast Branding Iron 16- In VolleyballFifth victory. It was a big win for year and at the same time increased the league.
Pickren, Belote, and Turknett Gulf, Graudon's'Hippies, 1. Colonial. These two teams for their winning streakto Coca Cola made it a clean
220- 4) Listen Pickren. 'and Williams Jewelry Community enth.Dean Johns led the winners Williams Jewelry -Community the past years have battled three games. Police moved sweep Friday and picked up
"They Just ate us up," said Bank remains undefeat- going three-for-four. Mark Bank outhlt Branding Iron graders at Lawtey Ele- for the league championship into a tie for first place with win number three with a I 10-
Coach Bayless. Graudons had a good night alsoas 12-3 with Lamar Sanford lead- mentary School beat the fac- It appears this year will not Coca Cola, both teams possessing 3 whipping of Southern Dis
Friday the Indians will travel ed.Thursday night, April 20, the he went two for three including Ing the way with three for four. ulty In a volleyball game last be much different. 3-1 records. count.
again to Mayo for the con- Hippies took on Lawtey and a blast out of the park. Rhymer Howell was two for Friday, April. 21, by an un- Colonial and Norman's: are Going 'Into Monday's game The game belonged to either
ference championship. squeezed out a 12-8 win. Robbie Smith, Gene Melvin three and Billy Sanford hit his disclosed score. the teams to beat In women's Coke averaging 10 I'UIIspal" team for four Innings.Discount
Each team rapped out 16 base Stanley Williams I and Randall first of the season out of the The fifth graders of Mrs. play. was but behind the two bit although trailing all* the
hits but the Hippies crossed McGee each had two hits. Duncan two weeks ago won the Each team collected 16 base game of Watkins and way, stayed within range .
the plate more times.The score David EUand led the losers Branding Iron scored their Lawtey Elementary Intramural hits. Diane Jordan paced her pitching solid defensive Grey play of his The win was number three
FLORIDATHEATRE was tied three to three after with a perfect three-for-three lone run In the bottom of the Volleyball Championship! team to victory going three-for- Coke held to for Coke against no losses,
teammates was
the first inning and 5-5 at the at the plate. SkIppy Crawfordalso second. Then the fifth graders challenged four, hitting three out ot the while Southern Discount record
end of four Innings. had three hits. Robert Williams Jewelry Com- the faculty; to a game. park which are ruled ground a single tally. Friday was 12.
The Hippies then picked up Scott, Raymond Thomas and munity Bank scored two in first, Headed by Captain Marcus rule doubles on the little league Police Dept. came to the plate In the second game of the
two runs In the top of the Charles Carter had two hits three In the second two In the Cruce, the fifth graders playeda park. Call Branson Barbara first and plated three runs which evening, Police Dept moved Into -
fifth, two more in the sixth each. third, two in the fourth and sparkling game to beat the Hollingsworth, Cathy Seely and was enough to win the game. second place, one game behind -
and then three in the seventh. The second game saw Wll- seven in the fifth faculty geam of Mrs. Sylvia Marie Harris all had two hits. Coke failed to score until the coke, by edging BPOE
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Cunningham Gulf-picked up Tatum, third grade; Mrs. June Linda Cubbage and Diane Mc- fourth Inning, then pushing across lodge 1803. 53.
their win Goforth, fifth grade; Mrs. Odessa their only score.
second Friday night Neal each had three hits forNorman's losers
Sunday :3:00: Saturday 1:00 In the final Inning the
Guaranteed aide
as they blew Lawtey out of the Hamilton, teacher's : Farms while Cookie Police Dept collected six
third put the potential tying run at
SAT. SUN. park 20-2 In five Mrs. Eddie Joyce Sexton. Mundorff and Sandra Norman base hits while the usual strong ;
the plate but Police defense
TERMITE CONTROL Ken Carlton had a god nightas grade; Mrs. Alma Norman, had two hits each. hitting Coke team had only two
held on to end the and
1 and he four-for-four at teacher's aide Mrs. Betsy Sk- game
SAT. AT 3 went ; In the second game of the
win their second In
Continuous Contracts the plate. David Bennett pickedup lenlka, fourth grade; Mrs. evening Blalock's Meat Market hits.Dinky Kilby and Mike Kit- after:dropping game the season succession -
SUN. AT 3 three hits, two of them Linda second : scored their first victoryin Chens led Police with the bat -
Showers second to Coca Cola' ,
ADM. 75* Inspections & were shots out of the park com Mrs. Kathy two starts going over each rapping two hits In three hurled the first
ing In the second and third grade, and Mrs. Marcia Sherwood Barrett's 17-6 in five innings. trips to the plate. Jeffery Hol- Randy Corbin
Estimass! 101llA Innings. Claude Hardee also physical education. Blalock's outhlt Barrett's 19-6. man and Mark Griffith had the three Innings for Police allowing -
had a home run. Terry Har Members of the championship Pam Rayburn, three for three other hits for the winners. three hits and two runs
.ur dee, Fred Wheeler and Lloyd fifth grade players were and Marlon howling three for and Dinky KIlby finished up
!- 964-S7S4 OMIOlt Cilpln had two hits each for Buddy Paw. Tim Kelly, Bren- four paced the winners offensively. For Coke Dean Brown's dou- allowing one hit and one run.
the winners. da Hampton Ernie Cauley. ble and a single by Bruce Wo'- SCHEDULE

539 E. Call St. attlla9aw Sklppy Crawford, Charles Martin Slocum, Susan Massey Tells Norman, Blanche Pe- fred accounted for Coke's him. FRIDAY, APRIL 28- 5:30,
Carter and Steve Cubbedge bad Marcus: ruce. Elaine terson, Debbie Bleasdale,Bette Greg Watkins hurled all six So. Discount vs Police; 7 p.m.,
MEJIIO.GOLDWYN MAYER 11.Jr.. ._... a bit each for Lawtey.In Tucker, John Tatum, Pat Reddish and Jan Searle each innings for the winners. Greg Coke vs BPOE.MONDAYRttMAYIIIiu.
the second game of tonight Buchholz, and Sherry Austin. had two bits. struck out nine and walked eight.
I 3.0b QRlV E-IN the<.Htpples posted theirFirst 1'" For Barretts'Carol 1 ubA rand -" BrucerWolfred worked the'|":, ,.,,. .. ,

t\R\ k. -- ( win as. theyshut out.' ,I Qt....:: ,:! ,.. ,.:.. "I.I! Melanie Prater had two first three innings tor four Coke hits BPOE VI<'P ltcn T"\'I.
14-0 Id five Inn bits. ,,giving up three runs, ,
I- THEATRESTARKE'FLA' 1rhg Baptist ', .. tI.. .. walked two and struck outthree,a TtJESDAY,v?rAY"' 2- 5 p.m.,
} : The HfA1IesouthltJ-Church.. Clay Gllhooly pitched the Coke vs So. Disct.
fourth and fifth Inning and Richard
9B4-74B4 and Gene
TELEPHONE 15-2. Greg Rlherd CAMPING EQUIPMENT Ball ElectedTo
Hall finished
Melvin bad a perfect night at has become so luxurious that by hurling STANDINGSPolice & Coke
the plat as they went three the euUtooriman Is reluctant School Post the sixth. 3-1, So. Disct. 1-2, BPOE 0.3.Dellitt .
FRI.-SAT. APRIL 28-29 for three RobbIe Smith Steve to f o back home and rough
Thomas and Randall McGee !G
ACASAWARI : DOUBLE FEATURE each bad two hi... Rodney P. Hall, cnalrmanof
Mark Patray, and Bill Shields the Bradford Board of Public
WHITE MAN... i 1 1 had a hit each for the Church. Some people profess to'b. Instruction, has been elected C. Jones Funeral Home
weary of the ITT ease but It District 8 vice-president of the .
BLACK MAN... 4c. '.U nice to have something to Florida School Board Assocla- .
LAWTEY WILDCATSWIN fin the Urn soft baseball" H- tion.
FIRST aaJI1.... ........,. STARKE
Ii The election took place at a
..firISAt Lawtey won their first league *' recent meeting of District 8 PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE
ot the season Monday CaraoMont, are On moil school board members at the -
night, April 24, as they downed 'popular flotetr m WttMngfon. Holiday Inn in Starke. It places -
r Branding Iron 20-14 in elab'Jnrdnp. rhi,.irre so Lund for conctolin0 -. Hall on the executive HEIGHTS
eUeroyhono. board of the Florida School .

1. r Branding Iron out it the winners Board Association. PHONE 473-3176
Spud Massey bad a perfect
_It, night at the plate as be went
PAMKTSMh VIlE AWARD Qve-for-ftve. Sklppy Crawford
COLORerocu'I 03"' />? AMERICAN INrtKNATIONAUuiAai all added three hits Including an
In-the-park homer.MJke Craw You Can ---1. iJer

gjMgjUBUi Joor rconccum 99 omEN hits ford each.and David Elland had two .

FRI.. SAT., SUN. Branding Iron was led by.
.... .-- WHISPER Mike Branson's four for five.
EVENINGSREG. ww.......w.. to your Brian Johns John Massey and

ADM. M.r.<. xt.r nd. friends Lee Cogdtll had three hits each
SCHELL'McCAMBfllDGC you saw it! r while Lloyd Allen and Bob Pace

frouzziCOLOR 'LOM........ v' bad two bite each. i '.. .
The score was tied at 13- L
!!-U .....d.f.. .", ;;; '....! 13 after seven Innings.

In top of the eighth Lawtey
RrttlSt!eh C ninon Mllliii1 Uftollll tn\ll1llftlMn\ Inc added seven runs to sew up

1 sniil linii ml'rI rIIn the The win.second game was a battle

r between two of the three :
undefeated teams Graudon'a !WL '......:
t l lI tnurli :anuilipr! f Hippies and Williams Jewelry- ,:-.
Community Bank. -.'
The Hippies had the best of -'...'
SUNDAY-MONDAY APR. 30MAY 1 it on this particular night as ,.0
they came away with a 9-2 vic
tory. The munber of hits were
DOUBLE FEATURE close as the Hippies outhlt Williams -
Jewelry Community; L '
Bank Just 11-10, but the losers r y w I
? Just couldn't: put them together.
IT'S A Three double-plays stopped MfinenunRtefillagke.nlw6witin.Ibeailfl

1'FAMILY \ three scoring chances for wu- lire's IIIW .. ... ffl. =
/ lalms Jewelry '- Community; :
Bank. out of rugged matorialo met see ee end en vrith Irttfo or nomahitonance.
.We'll compl.tstykdeh" / the outside of tma homo. at on amaLmfr law prica.Well Include .
AffAIR! Gene Melvin had his best trio shutter and two coots of quality point Now the.hard.port .to flaMed. ta horo well top -;.:-.:;'
night at the plate as he hit If you teH in ... .. but wo will do moro.As e matter fact,after finiiMnc. mo outside_'lIltop at ai-
two home runs In his first two 1 tlata ef Inrnida compMion.. nen'Oll take evor and. de aomo or aH of thefinning inside '
Ef{ times at bat. He finished the ==.x Just a IIt1Ie Oft lot. it dooin't maNor how. much but tile more .Inside... costlyc. do A 1_ Lt',
SI night going three-for-lhree. for yownoH, tile LOWER YOUR COSTS end. the moro near you'll save. I-IICI! Dr'

1 InrIl P01 Mark Graudon also had a home OVER 20 MODELS HIGH QUALITY Second-Home GottagiiTM8T ""

s II run. Donnle Bagwell, Ron AN Jim. .....-1N1it .hones re .high. .. hi ......,. Woll Ewe heavy duty roeflnf. .hardboard "vondor" ..,
I COMING SOON! l' ,; Locke, Henry Harrell and Henry ohKnc and...1Ium1nul'll.' tn....Yf/IU i can depend en shbdmum" pfcoop .hi a homo Hint MM keep right .< .
Thornton had two hits each en WoHng. food year after year w. e_AMOCOMPLCTIINFONMATION.oSSsSSSSSSSS r......w_We_tea rs.e...; .
Rmg for the beers.Cunningham.Gulf willparticl- 1 .Jj ur MORTGAGE FINANCING =N M"e.w -= r. "r= -

In invitational I.p.,wMd p..". ,- ........Y..1- ..
( iPj PAMAVCmr IEQIWCOUW llmlj In pate Palatka an starting Thursday tourney we bianco VM .Homo.we build and. will own foctooo. .hi your_.... Oto cod ef .... materials. that ffhiitlMmt.
...... .'
qbPLUS' Their yw'8 nwe tit finish year _
1 night games scheduled
CHAINED LIKE AMMA1S- for Thursday and Friday have r------ :;, :
.been postponed. The revised ;.
1If! .1 Eke trash schedule la as follows: I ... -
3a.1treated chlTl'lIIa/'en.D7, fl' I Yb..e..e e" a.nd1d .;.
.I 1 1t i and sweat coufcarft E ''I
t t : primitive cravings! THURSDAY, APRIL 27- 7:30. w .1e,. .rr u. and ...

vH{ Branding First Baptist Iron vs' vs Hippies.Lawtey; 9,! MClSMYJUI, FIA. 32295 COM, fU. 92470 I ::::::::r.:=;:- ..... : I


FRIDAY, APRIL 28No P.O. Box 6248 South Pine St. = l -
G @.COLOR'':= 3001 II 'II

-MOTBA.G8 ZI1A.I8OAII.1UJIIA t: 4..( WD"\ k = Games Scheduled.MONDAY. 3281 H. Bearer Su P.O. Box 954 .......x.......,.._'-

.AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL rw. :;;.. .. ., ii; ':.- MAY t- 7:30/ PH: 388-1585 PH: 622-8118 I ......-.....""' ...... : I .:
IQoe*< .i B.ri Ittttrtwuafft. man "-' -" ; .-... ,. ...., "" r 5 Branding Iron vs First Bap.
tist; 9 Cunningham vs Hippies I 1-erewb-w -Z I
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carton Registration student tor and new let kinder-grade .LUt.w Winn.Dixie responded to consumers' growing alarm over rising prices

students who have never at- .% by putting a price freeze on all meat and grocery items.
school will be held at .
Brooker Elementary on Wed- We'd like to thank the many suppliers who have joined us in our fight, promisingnot
nesday. May 24. to raise prices to us. ./
In order to register a child t
who has never attended public I Over the past 20 years, the cost of living has gone up tremendously. Rent has .
school; pannta
J trust '
following at the time bring of regis the L4 increased 57%; medical care 128%; clothing has gone up 58%.
tration: proof of
physical! examination birth report.dates The cost of food has increased too; in fact 43%, but not nearly as much as these

signed provided I by to a the doctor school on; form and T yF other things. In fact, 20 years ago, 23% of your total income was spent for food.

proof of state required 1mmunizanon -' 8EEF :Today it's only 16V2% and food is better packaged, better quality, and there is a
on forms pEO
by school. provided Quantity Rights greater variety. Food is still a good buy and Winn-Dixie's pledge is to keep it a
Parents J of such children are
asked to come by the school good buy.
obtain the necessary forms and
information to register children -' 4 JO WEST MADISON STREET, STARKE
on May 24. If unable to 5 ,}
come to the school, please call 11 -i
the school at 485-4641. W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BOTTOM ROUND
Report cards were sent home
with the students Wednesday.,
April 28, according to


Green and his fiancee, A' 1' 'k
Ann Tyner and her mother, '' 1 V+1L
Mrs. Lillian Tyner of Wild-
wood, spent Sunday with AlIen' /T-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W-D' BRAND PURE

Ing Roy them Green during and Aileen.the afternoon Join- e die 1iir

was another son of the Greens' GROUND BEEF'
Kenneth Green and his family U. S. CHOICE
from Wlldwood. Aileen returned I'' _
homo with the Kenny
Greens for an overnight visit. USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS
Mr and Mrs. Allen Lewis ROUND $ 18
and family of Starke, Mr.and $299
Mrs. Edward Endlcott and family 5 .
and Mrs. Iva Mae Lewis, '-
of Gainesville enjoyed Sunday RUMP ROAST $139 5k j
dinner. with Mrs. Amanda Lewis PKG. LB.

Mrs. Myrtle Dukes of WorthIngton -
key Tuesday of last week. Mr.

and key Galnesvlle last Mrs.Sunday.visited Frank Mrs.Tinney Mar- HAM DETERGENT VIVA TOWELS

Paul Jr.
Sgt. Prescott accompanied -
ex-Governor Kirk, I Limit 3 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarette

and Mayor Gen.Langford Martin,of commander Orlando, 99 $4 Nw Th Qu 1
of McCoy AFB,' to SAC Missile $

berg competition AFB In California at Vanden-re- J 2 3 die( ) J 8 8 12 )

cott Sacramento cently.visited White the and there capitol toured, Sgt. Pres-San at CAN LB. !: 49-oz.BOXES O ROllS ;,

Francisco. lie was housedat .
Mather AFB near Sacra-
mento and thoroughly

the Miss trip.Patsy Edwards, daugh- (HICKENS COFFEE CHEK DRINKS
ter of Mr. and Mrs. ErnestEdwards .
: Is attending Santa 'I' "" !'" .
Fe Junior College In,s4l1; Q11s." -TCVvllle. 11 ulo' > Uniilu. uuuLi Ova b/ x Limit one.! with. $7.50 or'mOv.'p'urchose.excluding; cigarette -

Mr.. and Mrs. .Tommy Cox :i veid. /; ) /ei

and ler was Mack U-CO-HI sister We children a Saturday are contestant.Pressley Miss pageant thankful accompanied Becky In",that the Lake Pressley Tommy's Bruce Mrs.Miss But-, LB. Jll' 9 rea 1O { I LIB.CAN 5 8s c 4 aye 29C\$' 1 J 12-01.CANS $1 25\)1 .

Tinny is home safely from
Vietnam. He is the son of Mr.

Drooker.Gainesville, formerly of Pot Pies SAVI31c. 6 800 PIES, $100 Paper Plates '150cr PKG 78C Foil . . 4SiV' < $100
A group from the Brooker

to Disney World last Saturday. Potatoes 3 ''is I;;' $100 Catsup . B3 OUE38C Preserves . 'JAR; 48C


FO.TUY13th The: Volunteer Fire, De- Fish Sticks 79C Macaroni .10: L:1UBE: 49C
partment will hold Its annual . Toothpaste e .
fish fry on Saturday night, May VINE RIPE ARROW SPRAYStarch SAVE 3< CRACKIN' GOOD

on 13, sale at the by park.the firemen Tickets at will$1.50 be Cantalopes 2 $100 3 $1 Saltines x;KL 24cFRESH
for adults and $1 for children ., POE e e e e CANS e .

support PRAYER your LIST Fire for Department.the sick: Lettuce e e POUNO19c Chicken e e '- 99c Bread e e e 4 LOA.ES:; 99c

Alice Edwards,Monroe Barnes
Morris Dyal, Pearl Markey
Winnie Andrews Glenda Cha-
"11. '
Sympathy is extended to Mrs.
tie Ellis In /the recent loss of
their sister,Mrs. Ellen Bar- I1""
ber, of Jacksonville.

2 DOZEN 79{ 20 BAG. 78 ( jI }, J Sate 11-OS.PKGS.34cLB. : $1




About John.. .nls.. Questions J CAN LB. 58 { aye c 12 PACK PKG. 69 3Oc a ) J PINTS $1If

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CMtJB for the careful driv Ex.--RA. : EX.TRA. EX.--R Ex-a-ra ; I EX.--RA.

cy er. include Does this liability package medical poll I I dM.'....GREEN..... .',.'.STAMPS..P.,....'. .. I I, dJE.'.!,...GREEN.... .t.STAMPS... ...... .. I I d'.:\'+.1...GREEN...... ......STAMPS.0' ,._.., .. I I dY/.,_.0.GREEN..... 'I.STAMPS.., _'" I I .d71... ...GREEN..... ...STAMPS-' ., "
unlaured mo / ONE 7 01 Sill ONE $I7ai. BOTTLE ONE 40.1. JAR ONE SOX I I1CT, DAYTIME / ONE 5 IB PKG. c
torist protection, collision, DisinfectantGOOD ; 1r Bath Cleaner ; Peanut Butter Pampers Pork Steaks ;
full comprehensive, towing / THRU APRIL 30 / GOOD THRU APRIL 30 c GOOD THRU APRIl, 30 GOOD THRU APRIl 30 / GOOD THRU APRIL 30 c
and labor, personal affect No. 1 . ...... No.3.. .. ...,., No. 4 No 3 .
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131 So. Walnut St. Smoked Ham Chopped Ham:1: SteakettesGOOD i Shrimp Chunkees : Pizza ;
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a- tg y & W" ,, :;IS'I$::: Rotary Hears ':" \


Bradford County Guards Were First l ati Boost Canal Chief"" '


To Volunteer For Spanish-American War"Starke

Hope of reviving work oh ;;
n Florida's Cross-state Barge -
and all of Bradford week has passed away our to fight for the flag and when "Almost everyone In town was Canal were expressed at the.
County felt proud of our boys dear boys will be enroute to orders are received to march, present at the Armory to bid Starke Rotary Club Wednesday '

who >o quickly responded to the the battlefield some of them the entire Company will be rea- the boy a last farewell.A large April 19, by Col..Giles L. .
call to arms,. Company B was the first com- "The time Is almost here The same issue reported that: and it was easy to see that Florida Canal Authorlty.I;
pany In the State to volunteer." when mothers, sweethearts and "Tuesday evening a squad from many of them were near rela- Evans said tha several court '
This salute to the Bradford brothers will bid their loved' the Bradford County Guards tives to some of the departing suits are challenging the con- '
County Guard unit (forerunnerof ones a fond goodby and tell marched over to their practice soldiers. stitutlonality of President's '
tile present National Guard) them to fight like men. die for grounds to practice shooting at "On all sides women were Nixon's stop-order on the canal
was printed! just 94 years ago the dear old stars and stripes' the target. The boys did some silently; weeping and the i uJw work and If the President
In the April 28 Issue of The that has never been struck to fine shooting at a distance of throngs that so enthusiasticallycheered rh Is overruled his action work I
a foreign foe." 200 yards They all said that the Guardsmen con- be revived. I
Florida Advocate an early
In a previous Issue the Ad- wish the cealed a broken-hearted
they Spaniards were many
The said that 90
weekly published for'several speaker per
In Starke before vocate had reported that: "Capt. near where the target stood." mother sister, or sweetheart,, i 'cent of the' canal right of way'
;years E.S. Matthews commander of In Its may: 10 Issue The Ad- for whom the glory of war had been secured.
moving on to Wauchula In the hat already
early 1900's. Co. n. 4th Battalion. F.S.T.. vocate said "The Military no charms:'!, now that their "Economic and recreational

The; quick response "to the received a letter yesterday Company Is going to camp near loved ones were going into real J Ji advantage derived after com-

call for arms" followed tilePresident'l from MoJ. Webster. Commander the baseball grounds today. The danger. pletion of the canal will benefit -
of the battalion giving orders boys will stay In camp here until "The Company formed at the all Florida" Col. Evans
call for 125.000 volunteers ,
for the company to'assem- they are ordered to Tampa Armory and the ladles presen- said. "In addition to the obvious -
for the SpanishAmerican ble at once and take some action The climax came the followIng ted each man with a neat little '
War. with 750 of that num- In regard to ; in which to scissors assets from a low-cost
volunteering. week when The Advocate case carry I '
ber to be provided by Florida. "The captain Issued orders thread etc. The ladles also bulk cargo transportation
proclaimed: "Never before in ,
Officials shortcut, the completed canal
"Starke will probably furnish for the Company to assemble the history of Starke has there served Ice cream and cake to Sign ProclamationFor will also aid In flood controls
45 or 50 of her gallant sons to at the Armory last night and been so much excitement as the boys, and It Is cafe to say '
In raise we-
and. some cases,
be used In fighting a foreign the that the Guards will r.-verfor-
boys responded nobly. Amid there was last night. Company Cancer FundMayor tar tables" he added. >
foe," the Advocate said. "1'11e tremendous cheering the volunteering B, 4th Battalion, under get and greatly appreciate "In addition to the economic
time for parting Is almost at began. Thirty-five of Capt. E.S. Matthews left on their kindness In preps ring sucha benefits the national defense '

hand and perhaps before the Florida's hardy sons offered the midnight train for Tampa. dainty feast for them. Arthur Bruno of Hampton ford County.; held three days this week with aspects alone Justify; the ear-

"Several of Starke's sliver (seated left), Mayor Carl Clark said Tuesday that a- bi volunteer workers under the Ifest possible completion of\

tongued orators were presentand Hunt of Starke and Chairman bout $1,500 has been collectedto direction of Father James the project,". the speaker said.;

eb renderedenthuslasticspos- of the County;) Commission da to. Cregan. In answer to charges frequently -
ches for the occasion. The
W, Roberts shown Several fund-raising
George are activi-
.1I9R1ALS '
made that'the canal is
speakers wore as follows: MaJ. signing Cancer Fund Week pro- ties are being conducted this
I. E. Webster, who deliveredan not deep enough to accommodate -
clamitions while Connie Clark, week, including a dance! sponsored In asking the public to give
1.2 talk in behalf barges Col. Evans
interesting of chairman of the drive, holds the by RIchard Roberts a generously; to the campaign cargo (
the Company and 4th Battalion. said that its 12-foot feet of
American Cancer Society symbol high school senior, who Is ser- Clark said a portion of the
He was followed by Col. C. depth would serve 98 per cent
[ In background.The ving as Junior chairman of the funds collected here will be
L. Peek who made enthusIastic of the nation's barge fleet which
an drive
proclamations called on used in Bradford County with
speech regarding the departure draw 12 feet of water or less.
the public to contribute the remainder for
going a
of the boys. gen- He said the Canal was never
A Preview Of Problems "MaJ. Bugg was next Intro- erously In order to help meet A road block will be held In nationwide research program intended for use by ocean- '
duced and made an appropriatetalk the $4,000 goal that has been Starke on April 29, and the annual designed to win the war against going barges. '

In Three Trouble which was loudly cheered. set for the 1972 drive in Brad- Mothers March is being cancer. "When completed the canal

SpotsA Col. J.T. Wills made the clos- will provide 185 miles of toll-

ing speech of the evening and ------------ free protected waterway across -

of the problems that will similar to this, where seytlc tanks he was heartily applauded time f ,1 ':' iit's. a woman's Florida from the Intra-
preview and again by the large crowd 1.: coastal Waterway near Jack- '
It has become necessary
be faced by some of the rapidly grow failed his talk he 'Honor America I j,. Mexico
to ring the lake with an Inter present. During pre- Day'Article ... !? ) sonllle to the Gulf of
ing areas of this section are given sented the boys with a beautiful .l'/tJi' lUibb near Y Yankeetown" Col. Evans-

In the Comprehensive, Countywide; Water ceptor sewer and pump to a near silk flag made by the ladles." ( 6 of series) said. "It will connect some
A similar
& Sewer Plan that has been pre by treatment plant. system After the Guards reached 26,000 miles of Inland waterin

maybe required within 10 years Tampa tho 1st Florida Volun- 29 states In providing a
pared for Clay County. SIGNERS OF THEDECLARATION appreciated by the country.
Martha McCain New
By Sue water route from Jersey I
for the KIngsley Lake area. teer Regiment of 12 companies Adams spent his last yearsin "
he added. '
to Mexico
was formed on May 23 from 6th Signer JOHN ADAMS retirement at his home In County Extension
Among the significant findings of the The introduced I
These are Just three of the potential existing companies Company of Massachusetts. Bralntree, Mass. and had the Home Economics Agent speaker was
firm doing the study were these: trouble spots In Clay County but B of Starke was rede signaled$ John Adams, one of the outstanding satisfaction of seeing his son, CANNED! FEARS:: PLENTIFUL by A.J. Thomas Sr. :'

situation Company M, 1st Florida Vol- patriots of the Amer- John Quincy Adams, elected FOR MOLDKD SALADS ;
1..The Smith Lake Area Is pre they focus attention on a unteer Regiment, and
sently being developed and plans are that will become increasingly serious mustered Into federal serviceon was a descendantof reconciled with Jefferson, and shimmering molded salads memorable -
now to build approximately 1,200homea In parts of Clay as well as Brad May 24.Company. the John Alden who had been the two old patriot leaders ex-. treats. One teams Become Problem !''

This could result ford due to the rapid growth of the M served in Flor- passenger on the Mayflower changed many letters. By a pears with raspberry flavored
in the near future. ida and Alabama and :After graduating from Harvard strange coincidence both diedon
was mus- At '
lake areas of this section. yogurt. The other! Is a layered KiiigsIeyLake .
In waste discharges of over 300,000 tered out on December 3, 1898 College he studied and the same day-_luly 4, 1826, salad with and llmegelatln -

gallons per day Flans for a central and returned to State controlat practiced law, and became noted the fiftieth anniversary of the in ono layer pears and lemon gelatin Pollution problems In Kings- n
water' and sewerage system for the City officials of Keystone Heights Its home station in Starke. for his learning and legal Declaration of Independenceboth and cream cheese In the Icy lake could become significant ,
Smith Lake area should be underwaynow. have recognized this problem and ability. He first made his Influence had helped to write. other. with continued growthand

Plans for the protection of the have discussed enlarging the Incorporated I Correct Pruning | the patriot felt party as In a Massachu-leader of Smith Adams a remarkable married Abigail woman'who Canned pears are'on the April might require within a system the of

natural within this region limits of the town in orderto plentiful foods list.RASPBERRYPEAR sewage disposal I
resources setts at the time of the Stamp became famous In her own next ten ; according to
should also be Initiated now. be In position to cope with the pro- The basic principles of Tax protests 0765). when he right as an outstanding "First SALAD the recently years released study fora

blem in the future. However nothing pruning are easy to grasp argued that the Stamp Act was Lady". They had five children. One 3 ox. package raspberry comprehensive countywide
2With continued in the has been Illegal because the colonies had Adams lived 50 years after the and sewer plan for Clay
growth tangible done to date. once we understand how plants flavored gelatin, 1-1/2 cups water

Keystone Heights area, It is only a grow. The plant part we are never consented to It. Vet In signing of the declaration,.dying 90iu- boiling water,,,'{ ..pIM"'l\s{ County,,,J',, .. ; ,
spite< of his support of the co- at !the ripe 010,1., age of ; 'of
"A study l;
matter of time before significant pollution ,.But at least Clay County: has taken .most A ,,bud concerned..l.-.*intply with an Is undetieJam the bud.. *..A,?;lonlal cause, Adams allowed his Folio wins.! speech..attrU ,,"..cnedtln'b: ;J1t'cH JfIc/ n'.T-'braphs: around the KIngsley ,0..
problems will arise. A regionalized the"forward' "step' of having a Comprehensive : -, pod branch, tightly packed and moral courage by defending the bated to Jd>ndanm, by nan: 1/2 lake area Indicates that ap-

4 water and sewer plan should Countywide Water & Sewer protected by bud ticales. ,,\t. ''. BriUst.soldiers after the Boston -; Il tel l Webster in. aueulogjwon.' greens.-h'cujfchoppod walnuts" ;' satid'f:. .-I' 'prbximately' 250 residences '

be prepared for the entire (KeystoneHeights System Plan prepared which is necessary the end of each branch Is a Massacre. Adams delivered August 2, Dissolve gelatin into boiling border the westerly portion of .
) toward the terminal or tip bud. As a new Adams was a member of the 1826: tho lake" the report says.
region geared to obtain federal assistance: First and Second Continental Sink or swim live or die, water. Stir in yogurt blending and Individual
prevention of significant pollution In the construction of sewer systemsfor limb grows leave appear at Congresses where he becameone survive or perish. I give my thoroughly. Chill until partially "Septic tanks the area.

problems developing in the many cities! and rural areas. intervals leaves along from the branch.lateral The of the most Influential advocates Hand and my heart to this set. Fold In pears and nuts. wells"In serve developments similar .

lakes of this region and for the protection grow has or for Independence Impatient vote. .Sir, I know the Pour Into one large or 6 Individual to this where septic tanks have h
auxiliary bud. Pruning A maids and chill until
; of the water supply servingthe Bradford! County had a similar study tremendous Influence on the of any compromise lie uncertainty of human affairs, firm. Unmold and serve on failed, It has become necessary ;
supported the nomination of but I see, I see clearly, with Inter-
area. A central sewer systemfor made some time ago and both of growth and development of Washington for Commander in through this day's business. salad greens. Makes. 6 serv- to ring the .lake and an to a l

the Keystone Heights area shouldbe these may be put to good use in future those buds but a pruning cut Chief of the Continental forces; You and I, Indeed, may rue ings. ceptor nearby sewer treatment, pump lant. A '

Installed within the next five years when the saturation point Is affects mainly those bi.ds In he seconded the Virginia Resolution It. We may not live to see similar system may be required -
) years. reached In the use of septic tanks the Immediate vicinity of the for Independence pro- the time when this Declar- LIME: PEAR MOLD within ten years for the !I

and Government pressure Is brought cut."Pinching" posed by Richard Henry Lee; atllon shall be made good. One 3-oz package I limn boiling flavored Ktngsley Lake area," the re-
t Is a tope;) of and. he was on the committeethai But whatever may be our gelatin, cup
3 If the population density of the It will be to force 1- port continued. ,
as eventually which water, I cup cold water I
pruning most gardenersare drafted the Declaration of fate, be assured be assured, The report said that a cen-
I area continues to Increase pollution our cities and counties to provide familiar with and which Independence.The that this Declaration will Ib can pear halves drained:' tral system should Installed -

problems in KIngsley Lake could adequate sewer and water systemsfor illustrates how buds react to stand. Sir, before God I 13 oz. package lemon flavored sewer at Keystone Heights

become significant., In developments their own protection. pruning.- To produce a much- Declaration marked Just believe the hour Is come. water, gelatin 3/4 cup 1 cold cup water boiling 1 within the next five years. r
branched compact petunia or My Judgment approves this
the beginning of John Adams'
teaspoon grated lemon rind, 2
chrysanthemum; plant the gar- measure, and my whole heartIs .
long and distinguished In 1 boiling
careerIn mon gelatin cup "
tablespoons lemon juice! 1 8-
dener will pinch-off the terminal In it. All that I have
the service of his ,add cold lemon
country. water water
. Our High-Riding Congressmen or tip of the young plant. He served as vicepresidentunder and all that I am, and all oz. package cream cheese, salad rind and; juice. Gradually add to
This practice allows the nor- that I hope In this life, I greens.
dormant lateral buds to Washington, and was e- Dissolve lime gelatin in I cup softened cream cheese mixing -
A recent report shows that Congressmen tive on the world" but critics have begin growing and now die Thomas lected president Jefferson as 1796 vice-pre-with Upon am now It; ready and I here leave to off stake as boiling water; add cold witer. : until well blended. Puur .

spent almost labeled the trips as "Junkets" that plant has several branches Instead I began that live Arrange pear' halves In 1-1/2 over lime gelatin layer In mold.
onl"oflfclal" Once sident. Three years later Wash- or die. quart ring mold; cover with Chill until firm Unmold and
the taxpayers, money essentially are taxpayer-financed Joy these lateral of one single branches stem.area few ington D C., became the national survive or perish I am for gelatin. garnish with salad greens.

trips abroad last year. It was a record rides on which congressmen and their to be capital and Adams was the Declaration is my living Chill until firm. Dissolve le- M.tkes 6 servings.
Inches long they
the first president to live In sentiment, and by the
their around the world
figure. Jet way pinched and will subsequentlybranch the White House blessing of God It shall be

while drawing up to $50 a day expense This procedure can be Adams' term as President my dying sentiment: Indepen- .

The Congressional Record Indicates money. followed until the plant 1 II very"bushy" was not a happy one. Though dence, now, and INDEPENDENCE :- '' ;
'mat the amount of cash alone laid out and compact. This acting always for the best Interests : '' FOREVER! ..

for and com Last several same response Is'seen In of the country he was NOTICE .
to pay living expenses year legal steps were shrubs and trees. When prun- .
unpopular with the public because The Honor America Day organization to: ,
mercial travel of congressmen and taken by the Government to stem the ing shrubs pinching is called .
of his stubborn and Uncompromising will meet In the )
their aides ranged from $800,000 to serious dollar deficit that has been heading back -- cutting back nature. He also Count; Commission room of -

900000. Not Included In the totals hurting the U.S. Americans were branches to buds. This tech- quarreled with Thomas Jefferson the Bradford County courthouseat 'I cr'

.were sizeable but undisclosed sums also called upon to spend their dollars nique Invariably leaves a his old comrade Revolutionary 7:30: p.m. tonight (Thursday) I

spent on transportation provided by at home Instead of overseas, stub but heading produces because a days and left office April 27. All interested persona h t
more bushy -
the military for congressional tra but the advice apparently was lost It usually Increases the feeling that his work was un- ire urged to attend. ,

velers. Also not Included were the on our travel-minded Congressmen.One number' of shoot and leaves ,

costs Incurred by U.S. embassies abroad per unit of space.

who had to wine dine and guide House member has dismissed The second basic pruning Girl Scout Jubilee I

the lawmakers, and occasionally: their the money spent on these trips as only technique is called thinning. I t '

a drop In the bucket but he should 'ihinmng is we complete removal -'
wives while on these .Junkets. : I
remember that enough drops will lateral of or branches the main trunk back or to to a Celebration April 30 :

Those who seek to defend the congressional eventually fill a bucket to overflowIng the ground. Thinning fives a ,

tours describe them as as taxpayers, who have Just plant an open and natural appearance A Girl Scout Jubilee cele- of the Coliseum. :

"study missions' which allow law sweated out another income tax payIng and encourages heal. ration commemorating 60 Sixteen parades will be seen a .

(makers to "broaden their perspec crisis well know. thy new growth ears of Girl Scouting .is during the pageant Includingthat } I
So, there are the two basic planned as 'a part of the Ses- of Lions International, with f f
techniques used to shape and qut-centennlal Celebrationin 87 Girl Scouts In International
form plants. Cutting to a side Jacksonville costumes and 87 Boy Scout.
branch or twig usually thins and More than .3,000 Girl Scouts carrying nags of other nations. Runner-up end Chomp

doe not cause excessive from Jacksonville and 13'coun Also represented will be the !
-- branching. Cutting to a bud of Northeast Florida Starke Strawberry Festival Orange Sonia
/l ties extending WinnerOf J
Biggs Again
(AI in pinching) where there from the Atlantic Ocean Park MardI Gras Veterans -
The Bradford County are no side branches, usually Parade unit .qul- .
to the Gulf of Mexico will
: present Champ Spelling Title
Increases the number of twigs .
centennlal floats and units
TELEGRAPHESTAB1.ISHED a pageant on Sunday:; April -
or "break after prunning.\ from other nearby cities.
30, at 2 p.m.. and again
1879 ;.--- .Heading produce a tenser at 5 In the Jacksonville and Baldwin,
:\ pjn. Sonia ementary; Dwayne
plant.Here. Biggs the title -
r..nlneBilde, a few summarized Coliseum. The public Is Invited to attend she won last the Starke Elementary.

4 The rich and the poor meet tips to follow when pruning the Jubilee and see how Bradford County Spelling Bee Connie M. Clark Assistant.
M.MreeFLORI together the Lord I. the To reduce plant height remove Girl Scout Troops from Girl Scouts learn as they Champion In competition at the School Superintendent, pronounced

ID A'> PRlESS\ Maker of them all.-(Prorrb part of the oldest branches Starke who will be among the grow with tun and adventure. Bradford Middle School last the words Mrs.and Judgesfor Sner-I
Jubilee Exhibitors Troop
are: the event were:
22, 2.) to the ground and prune> Friday. Florence
long branches to a side branch. SOS, Debris 'Boyce leader; Sonia is the daughter of Mr. rod Hamilton, Dr.
AS S QIT TION' To increase plant density Troop 614, Laurie Sfulllns leaderf and Mrs Bobby Biggs of Stark Jennings and JudgeTfceron,, I

) pl'Jllebrancheltoabud.To\ ( and Troop 520, Carol Ann the Old 16m&e and an eighth grader at the A. Yawn.. Jr. Mrs. Lucille i
/ \ Sometimes, some of us will decrease density prune Cheek leader. Bradford Middle School. She Payne Elementary Supervisor> the, ,
look upon other people In the branches to a smaller side The pageant will depict the won over Jay Faulkner a fifth- served as coordinator \, I

street a. if they were not branch.To .evolution of Scouting since Its grader at Hampton Elementary, Spelling Bee. Jr. School'
EL. MATTHEWS 'Editor-P bli.lir there at' all th.y, those train or control >plant> Inception in 1912 to the present on the words"attic" and"sher Thomas L. Casey presented a-
created by haps select branches to be time covering principal: events iff." Superintendent,
others who
PublltKed such Thursday arid entered e. S.cond were wards to each participant) at. ,
Close Matter et tho Poet Office at Stark, Florida Our Heavenly Father In His pruned and cut to s side of the Gateway Council Other champion spellers representing the close of the contest.
branch to thin and to and the activities of the girls their schools In the
clip a
under Act of March 3rd. 1879. own image, loved by Him Scout- Sonia will represent Bradford
the of
throughout history
Subscription .in trado area: I $5.00 Outs Ida the leant and the lowli bud to thicken. competition were Mike Cum- in the Regional Spelling
year ; (even Pruning is best learned Ing. At the aame, time, exhibits merford, Brooker Elementary; County 6
trod area: 1 year $5.50. esn.-Tbey are worthy in His through experience and now Is of the various troops will "Diplomacy U thinking Marcus C nice,Lawtey Elementary Bee on Saturday May ,

sight if not in ours I a good time to start learning be displayed on the concourse twice before saying nothing." ; Sara Biggs, Southslde El- In Jacksonville.'m .

Pare 12 Teletraoh. April 27. 1972



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.EIi1NOTICE j jI(, \ m1'' ; ,: (, F ItA1VfEYIII| 1 No Fishing Chest X-rays Will Be GivenIn
,'" '" .. ,.. .. ...... n "....H. '. . '" "" AtBlanding

,. Etna Blanchard" During CampThe County Apr. 28 To May 13

S 194.16 FOR'TAX DEED ADVERTISEMENT Sealed bids In duplicate FOR BIDS will Grace United Methodist Sun- Saturday Mrs. Jewel Roberts Miss Camp Fish Man- Free chest x-rays for every Covlngton, County; Health Of- and Respiratory Disease Assn.
c. F. S. Services and Mrs. Hubert Priest. Standing
School 9:45 Worship of Northeast Florida
h be received until 11 CST ; one over 18 years of age will ficer.
NOTICE HEREBY: GIVEN Blanchard has been moved to agement Area will be closed
II and 7 MYF
a.m. p.m. be available In Bradford County service will be providedby
16 1972 by Florida State This
JAMES May during certain
that P. THORNTON Room 503 In St. Vincent's.Mrs. periods this
the 6 p.m. Wednesday, followed by I the 28 The will be I
during period April Health x-rays availableat
Telephone Company\ Bonlfay, ; tile Bradford County;
holder of the following: Joyce Futch, of Bruns- summer as a result of military -
at 7.
Prayer Meeting May\. 13 according to the Division of the following times and places
has died said certificates Florida, at which time and place wick, Ga. spent the weekend exercises being conductedon through Department,
for a tax deed to be Issued all bids will be publicly opened THRIFT SHOP SALE with her sister Miss Elizabeth the reservation by various an announcement by Dr. A.Y. Health and the Tuberculosis :

thereat The certificate! ramnberg and read aloud for the construction The Thrift Shop Is having a Terry, and other relatives. On National Guard units.
and years of Issuance: of C.D.O. Telephone clearance sale on Saturday.April Friday night she visited Mrs. The closed dates are April
the description of the proper Building, Lawtoy, Florida. 29, from 10 till 5. dome Louvenla Grille and Ab NormanIn 30 to May 14; May 21 to June LOCATION DATE HOURS
ty, and the names In which It The contractor: shall furnishall see what we have to offer. Bradford County; Hospital. 4; June 19 to June 24; July 9
was assessed are as follows labor, materials, and equip The WSCS met PERSONALS to July 29 and August and
: Tuesday mornIng ; ;
Certificate No. 73. Year of ment and shall be responsiblefor of last week with Mrs. Will Sympathy of the community; August 5 to 19th. STARKE-OLD FLORIDA BANK BLDG. FRI.. APR. 28 11-2
Issuance 1965.Description. the entire completion of this Is extended to the family of
Edwards of Starke, with 16 ladies Lakes affected by the closing -
of Property; : Ben project. present. Mrs. Tribe led Laurie Carter in the tragic are Blue Pond, Perch Pond NEW RIVElt-MOODY'S STATION fRI., APR. 28 4-7
100' N of SE Cor of a 2A Tract Plans, specifications, and the devotional and the mem- death on the tractor In their Lowery Lake, and Magnolia
In SW-I/4 of NW-l/4 of ME. contract documents may be Inspected bers dlscussel a rug which they yard. f Lake. Magnolia Lake State Park STARKE liNN-DIXIE SAT., APR..29 10-1
1/4 N 100', W 100' S at the of ace of the ow- Mrs. Floy Bennett spent last
are planning to buy for the will remain open during tile
E 100'. to POB. Sect 18, T! ner and the office of the archItect enured. Refreshments were Thursday with Miss Debbie military exercises. LINCOLN CITY-EBENEZER BAPTIST SAT., APR, 29 25STARKE
6-S R-22-JE. State Road 22, Phillips In Macclenny. Various units of the Guard
served by the hostess. :
Name In which assessed Thomas Wewahltchka, Florida and may Mrs. Jerry WliMson and son will be firing live ammunitionon HIGH SCHOOL TUES.; MAY 2 1-4
Discount Company. be procured by general con- Rev Don Donton and Mr. Robert are spending two weeks air defense artillery and
All of said property; being. tractor upon a deposit$25.00 Skeen took I>\le Traylor, Glen with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. mortar tiring ranges during LAWTEY SAM BROWN'S STORE TUES., MAY 2 ,5.7:0:
of which
the full
per set
In the County; of Bradford State Kemp, Christ Lawson, Ricky Bressler In Wayne. Nebraska. these dates.
amount will be returned beach Miss Arthurtne Blanchard STARKE CADILLAC UNIFORM MFG. CO. WED.. MAY 3 89:30STARKE :
of Florida. Starling, Harold Skeen, and Tod MaJ. R. M.Brantly,northwest
general contractor who submits
Unless such certificate Denton Friday presently of Jacksonville, wasa region for the Game
or on a camping trip manager
certificates! shall be a bid and all other depositsfor night on Sampson Lake. dinner guest of Miss Elizabeth A Fresh Water Fish Commission DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION WED., MAY 3 10.11HAMPTONBAKER'S
other than
to law the property one completeset They went fishing, cooked Terry on Wednesday of last urges the: cooperation of
described In such certificateor of plans, and specifications breakfast, and had an enjoyable week. all fishermen In the Interestof STORE WED .. MAY 3 12-3
will be returned less cost of
certificates will be sold to time.Church Mr. and Randal 1 Bradleyof their own safety, and to insure -
the highest bidder at the court reproduction, for all docu- Jacksonville spent the week- the future availability and LINCOLN CITY OWENS JOIST: MILL THURS., MAY 4 121STARKE
ments returned In condi-
house door on the first MondayIn good of God:Sunday School end with their mother, Mrs. use of the Camp Hlandlng facility -
Month of May, 1972, which opening.tion within ten days after bid 9:45: a.m. Worship Services R. L. Bradley. by sportsmen. NURSING HOME THURS., MAY 4 2-3:30:

Is. the let day of Mayt1972.Dated 11 a.m and 7:30: p.m. Family Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Wyles
this 13th day of March. check Cashiers and bid check, certified Night Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. of Jacksonville called on Mrs.C. VOGUEJ'ANUFACTURING' THURS.. MAY 4 4-5
bond for not less R, Crews last Saturday af. !

1972.GILBERT S. BROWN bid than, must 5%of the amount of the each Highland Baptist Church: ternoon. Jacksonville Sunday and also STARKE-OLD FLORIDA BANK BLDG. JRI.. MAY 5 9-12 & 1-4

Clerk' of Circuit Court of accompany Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Wor- Mrs. Eunice Prevatt and some visited friends.Mr. .
Bradford County; Florida. proposal.Performance, labor and ship Services, 11 a.m. and 6:30 of her relatives of Jackson- and Mrs. Ernest Hew- STARKE-OAK AND BROWNLEE ST. SAT.. MAY 6 10-1 & 2-5

4/6 U''4/27 material bond, and workmans p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday ville visited Mrs. Selma Eunice ett of Tallahassee spent the '
compensation Insurance will 7 p.m.,. followed by and the Harold Eunices on Sun- 'weekend with their parents Mr STARKE"7BRADFOR'p.FURNITURE MFG. TUES., MAY 9 12LAWTEY
be required for the successful Choir Practice.DRESS and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs. O'Jorvisitors
NOTICE OF SUITIn bidder. : day.Mr., and Mrs. Dearl Bradley on Sundry were their OLD POST OFFICE BLDG. TUES., MAY 9 3-7 _
REVIEW and son and their mother, grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs.
is reserved
the Circuit Court of Florida, any Right or all proposals for to reject waive The Homo Extension Class Mrs. R. I.... Bradley, attended Joey Dobbs of Jacksonville GRAHAM-GRAHAM POST OFFICE WED., MAY 10 lZ2BROOKERGREEN'S
Eighth Judicial Circuit In and held a luncheon and Dress Review the Holiday on Ice Show at the Leslie Bennett of Seville

I for Bradford County. technicalities.No bidder withdraw his at t the agricultural building Coliseum In Jacksonville called on his brotherinlawand STORE WED, MAY 10 3-1 _
I CIVIL ACTIONIn bid In Starke on Thursday of Thursday night. They reported sister, Mr. and Mrs James
re The Marriage of RAY- for a period of thirty; days last week. Outsiders Invited time. R. SPRINGS-REDDISH'S THURS. MAY 11 11-2
after date set for opening. were an enjoyable Norman Sunday nlg'it.! jEILBRON! STORE ,
MOND R. NASH, Husband, and and about 50 persons Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo Mr. and !Mrs. J. C. Tye Sr., .
GAIL TO F. NASH, Wife. Florida Ingle, President State Telephone' attended.. visited her mother, Mrs P. and Mrs. Pam Talley, visited RENO OLD SCHOOL PINE STREET .. .!! MAY...11 3-6
: GAIL F. NASH, Exeter L. Dinklns on Thursday. They their son and daughter-in-law,
Hampton Trailer Park, Exeter, Bonlfay Company, Florida 32425 HOSPITAL NEWS attended the Homo Extension Mr. and Mrs. John Tye Jr., STARKE-WINN-DIXIE FRI., MAY 12 12-3 & 4-7
New Hampshire. Bill Green is a patient In Luncheon In Starke at noon. and new John-

YOU 'ARE NOTIFIED that a Charles A. Gasklns, A.I.A. Medical Center. Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Les Prevatt etta granddaughteri, Iaytoa.\ STARKE-FOOD FAIR SAT., MAY 13 10-1 & 2-5
Petition for Dissolution Mar- P.O. Box 70Wewabltcbka Friends wish for him a speedy and son Travis, Mr. and Mrs. 011 Sunday.
I rings has been filed againstyou recovery. Danny Phillips and Brian attended
Florida 32465
and you are required to 4/27 3t 5HNOTICE Login Redding Is a patient the wrestling matchesIn
serve a copy of your Answeror In Veterans Hospital, Gainesville Jacksonville Saturday night.
Pleading to the Petition on --- -- lie Is improving nicely Mrs. Lois Carter. Miss Debbie >
the Petitioner's attorney, OF INTENTION TO and hopes to comu homo soon. Phillips, of Macclenny\. and EvcryDayLowPricc
George II. Pierce, P. O. Drawer REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Mrs. Vernon Starling and niece, Mrs. Edna Irvinghant of
1030, Starke, Bradford County Notice Is hereby given that Mrs. James Norman visited Tampa, visited Mrs. O.J. Phil PantrySIRLOIN
I, 1; Florida 32091, and file the the undersigned, David II. their mother Mrs. Sebe Harris lips and Mrs. Roy Hlnote on CENTER CUT AIRSUPERMARKETS,
original Answer or Pleading In Alack 905 West Pratt SL, in Riverside Hospital Friday Friday REGULAR GRIND
the Office of the Clerk of the Starke, Fla. intends to engagein night." They gave a good Mrs. Paul Dinklns and David I 1 Pride OR ELECTRA PERKCOFFEE
Circuit Court;!! on or before business under the fictitious report on her condition. of St. Augustine, visited
t the 1st day of May, 1972. If name, OMNI COMMUNICA- Mrs. Dan Starling has returned over the weekend with her par-
you fall to do so, judgment by TIONS, at 805 West Pratt St., to her home here from ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter STEAKS
default will be taken against Starke, Ha. and that he will Alachua General f Hospital. and Mrs. P. L. Dinklns., STARKE'S37O
you for the relief demanded register said name with the The following friends calledon Mr. and Mrs.\. David Bennett S. WALNUT ST.
In the Petition. Clerk of the Circuit Court. Miss Enza Blanchard duringthe and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Dan, ;
This notice shall be publishedonce Bradford County, Florida. week: Monday, Mr and ny Bennett and daughter, Mr. ___ 19 I 'M1 aLLatL fOOIIltlMP
each week for four consecutive --David H. Black sole owner.. Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Mrs. and Mrs. Douglas Bennett Mr. .. $1 LB 59c COUPONS
weeks in the Bradford 4/6 4tp 427NOTICF. Truby Wainwright. On Wednes-: and M.-s. Dean Bennett, DIanne

County Telegraph. _.. and Darlene Bennett, Mrs. aJ _j BAG
Dated: March 28, 1972. NOTICE Moody, Mrs. Hattie Barley, .. .
.v1..N urn MM*tttma r MW w**
GILBERT S BROWN, Clerk-' .. Phil OF TAk APPLICATION DEED' I.will not be responsible for Miss, Sinn Prescott M.-s.\. II. .. f .r.n P1-All'' ',,;,;;;;,':=. -:<#1. .11

By: eulah'r-f."Moodv, t any, dubU.1* Incurred by anyone W. Bennett and Nancy; gathered _; ; ;_:1_ .... .. ., .
CleW"; ," W"/; """1 r-NoncJ.:js-Yrrncnv GIVEN. i"'" .. '\. ..-- ) ., ",, ', ... '_ u.Of n a V.U
Deputy at the horne of Mr. and Mrs
other tliari' myselt1Michael'Steven : 1 '
4/6 4f4/27.."'!' "'" ".' .,holder that JAMES"of the P. THORNTON certificates the, Tew, Lawtoy: Fla. 'Johnny Bennett on Saturday for 'tur 'l lfANC'YELLOW
4/13 3t 127NOTICE a family dinner honoring Ca.. RIBcE
has filed said certificates thy, Batty, Jo, and Danny Bon\
NOTICK: OP IN'li'N'lION: TO for a fax deed to be issued ne It's birthdays. 1

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMH: thereon. The certificate TO WHOM Mr. and Mrs. Simon Denton ROAST L ORN
Notice is hereby given that numbers and years of issuance, IT MAY CONCERNI and daughter, Mrs. Dot Maz-
the undersigned, Hemin Allen, the description of the property will responsible for zaferio, of Boynton Beach\ spent STEAK 1'
and the names In which It was any debts made by other 1 I !
lit. 2 Box II. Lake Butler, Fla. anyone the weekend with their son and
Intends to engage In business assessed are as follows: than myself. Eugene Pipkins. daughter-In-law Rev. and Mrs. 1 } "
under the''fictitious name of Certificate No. 45. Year of 2tp. 4/27 Don Denton and Camll)'. They -- 1 I 'c.IDII
BRADFORD BARBER SHOP, Issuance 1963.Description. ''were on their wayto O.iio; $109 1 'I;#il98C/

132 West Call St., Starke, I 1-10- of Property: Begat IN '1'111COUNTY: JUDGE'S where they will spend their ; 'EAR
rlda SE Cor of a 2A Tract in vacation.
and that ho will register COURT OF BR\DFOFD:
NW Cor of SW-I/4 of NW-l/4 Mrs. Edward Rowe and two _
said name with the Clerk of COUNTY! FLORIDA.. IN PRORATE
the Circuit Court Bradford of NE-1/4 Being 100 Sq Sec Nd.1-1896 children of Jacksonville, spent

County, Florida. Heman Allen, 16-T-6-S R-22-E. In Re: Estate of ROBERT. L. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.B. .
sole owner. Name In which assessed:Thomas BATTEN, Deceased. L. Wllkison Sr. and grand ,
V13 4tp 5/4 Discount Company.All NOTICE OF FILING FINAL REPORT daughters.
of said property beingin APPLICATION FOR Mr. and Mrs Neal; Gllchrtst
the County of Bradford,State DISCIURGE OF EXECUTOR of Brunswick Ga. were guestsof

In The Circuit Court Eighth of Florida. Notice\ Is hereby given that I their aunt, ;Mrs. Ernest
Judicial Circuit' of Florida In Unless such certificate or have filed my final report as Wells, on Sunday Their mo-
and For Bradford County certificates shall be redeemed Executor of the Estate of ROBERT ther, Mrs. Linnie Cllchrlst, nos
CIVIL ACTION according to law the property L. BATTEN, deceased returned home with them. 'IL1Bw -_
CASE No. 1325 described In such certificate that I have filed applicationfor Mr. and !Mrs. J.V.. Tho- l
my s
NORA PLYMEL Plaintiff -vs- certificates will be sold to the distribution and for final mss and son of Live Oak, Mr. fru iar
ALVIN C. PLYMEL Defendant. highest bidder at the court house discharge, and that bn 10:00: and Mrs. Jody Thomas of BEETS i FRUIT ita'c"' KING SIZE

NOTICE OF SUIT- door on the first Monday In a.m. May IS, 1972, I will apply Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. T.
NO PROPERTYTO Month of May, 1972, which Is to the Honorable TIIEROX:: L. Casey and family of Starke, ,IN IrNP I

: ALVIN C. PLYMEL\. the 1st day of May, 1972.March .\. YAWN, County Judge of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrewsand I2oz SLICED, lloz CUT OR j i DRINKS DRIVEN[
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Dated this 13th day of Bradford County, Florida, for family \Vlldwood, Mr.
that an action for DIVORCE 1972. approval of said final returns and Mrs. Jimmy Moore and 14oz MIXED VEGETABLES J 4 ft
has been filed againstyou S. and for an Order of Distribution family of Jacksonville, Mr. and
and you are required to Clerk of Circuit Court of and for final discharge Mrs. Chuck Moore of Lake
serve a copy of your written Bradford County Florida as Executor of the Will of City; Mr and Mrs. Danny I Cons ( 84oz
defenses If any to it, on t the 4/6 4t 427NOTICE ROBERT L. BATTEN, de- Thompson and sons of Jack- 4/$1 j 9ge
plaintiffs' attorney,whose name ceased. sonville, and Mr. and Mrs E ONLY...
and address Is Honorable Lex Dated tills 12th day of April Michael Moore gathered at the 1 I
Green, 132 N. Court St.,Starke, OF APPLICATIONFOR 1972. home of their parents, Mr. Ie
Fla. 32091 and file the original TAX DEED EARL R\Y BATTEN and Mrs. Fred Moore for a
with the clerk of the above Sec. 194.16 F. S. 4/20 4t 5/11 family dinner honoring their
styled court on or before Mon NOTICE IS l HEREBY GIVEN father, on, his blrthdaj anni
day May 8th,'1972: otherwisea that JAMES P. THORNTON the versary. U.S. NO. *
judgement may be entered holder of the following certificates IN TIlE CIRCUT COURTOF Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish Golden Rip* WHITE CALIFORNIA FLORIDA
against you for the relief de- has filed said certificates FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL visited their sister, Mrs. Thel-
manded In the complaint or for a tax deed to be Issued CIRCUIT, IN:: AND:: FOR' ma Wilson, In the nursing homo( BANANASI POTOES LEMONS ORANGESCOMPARE
petition. thereon. The certificate num- BRADFORD COUNTY In Macclenny on Sunday after-

WITNESS my hand and the bers and years of Issuance, noon.
.teal of said Court on April the description of the property CIVIL ACTION:.: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sapp w IK BAG iLiI
and the names in which it In re The Marriage of i DORIS and their granddaughter, Debbie _
7, 1972. was assessed are as follows: ANN DAMS, Wife, and Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Jim-' REGULAR ORBUTTERMILK _" 01'""'
GILBERT S. BROWN Certificate No. 47.'ear of RUSSELL EARL DAMS. JR. my Sapp and children, all of ;:;;,: i C eo O 24.* COMPARE ._,t'
As Clerk of said Court Issuance 1963.Description. Husband. Miami, and Mr. and !Mrs. Wai- i
By: Betty Edwards of Property: Beg Dissolution of Marriage: len Sapp and Leslie of Jacksonville Fried Fish Sticks "r: .".:'r: 49 i Giant 1 Y 21 ti. 1 Miracle WhipStrawberry .....--... 59c
As Deputy; Clerk SE _Cor of 2A NOTICE OF SUIT
100'V of a spent the weekend with
(Court Seal) Tract In SW-I/4 of NW-l/4 of TO: RUSSELL EARL DAVIS, their mother, Mrs. ,A. C, Breaded Fish Portions -;' ' 79' I. Preserves ':':'::." 59c

4/13 4t 5/4_ NE-1/4 then N 100', W 100', JR. Unknown, Pearce. Daisy Cheese Wedges ". .. 79 !i BREAD 1 Sunaid Grape Jelly ." 49c
S 100', E 100' to Beg Sec 16, a Mr. and Mrs. Lester Spon-
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO T-6-S, R-22-E. Petition for Dissolution of holtz of Jacksonville visited Sliced American Cheese It 79 1 Sunaid Apple !Jelly 1& 39c
Name In which assessed Thomas Marriage has been filed agalnst their cousin, Mrs. Lois Car- .
REGISTER Mellow Cheese 1 U 69 Suave
Age I Shampoo .., 2/S1
that Discount Company.All you and you are required tor, on Saturday. Mrs Car- r",1 u u wm/ /

Notice Is hereby under given the of said, property being to serve a copy of jour ter's aunt. Mrs. Grace Xor- Cream Cheese -"- "- ".. 29c 14/99 I Suave Hair Spray .:. ,;:.-,0 49c
the undersigned,
In the County; of Bradford State Answer or Pleading to the Petition rls, of Lacrosse, also visited
I of 20,953 Laws of Fie her Fine Feather Roast 'It '!" i I Hairspray /". ": .
will register of Florida. on tie Petitioner's attorney during the day. Turkey /M."U. I :: 49c
rida, Acts of 1941. Unless such certificate or Mr. and Mrs. John R. Cowan
Clr- George H. Pierce P.
with the Clerk of the
I certificates shall be redeemed and daughter of Jacksonville
cult Court, In and for Brad-. O. Drawer 1030, Starke, Brad- EvcryDaytowPrke. tveryDaytowPrke
according to law the properly were guests\ of their grandparents -
ford County Florida,upon proofof described In such certificateor ford County, Florida, 32091. HvnnHmiJmrt SANMJtf MelM .
and file (tie original Answeror Mr. and Mrs. John HOSTESS JELLY or
node KX>**tll ,
publication of this certificates will be sold to Pleading in the Office of the Robertson on Thursday. LUNCH WHIP CHOCOLATEHUNT'S'
of the fictitious name of Nan- the highest bidder at the courthouse Clerk of the Circuit Court, on :Mrs Johnny Jenkins and son SALAD
cy's Ftowers. 444-H W. MadIson door on the first Monday .or before Stay 15, 1972. If you Robert her daughter,Mrs.Jen- I LOAF DRESSINGS PIES TOPPING
St., under which we are In Month of May, 1972 whichIs fall to do so, Judgement by default ale Lou Green and family, all *ll lll VAJIIIIIk .
engaged In business. the tat day of May 1972. will be taken against you of Jacksonville, spent Sunday I
Ceorge; B. Simpson and DelL 117 Dated this 13th day of March
Simp.onco-owner238 S. for the relief demanded In t the with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Petition. O. ,
Walnut St., Starke Florida. GILBERT S. BROWN J. Anders.
This notice shall be publi-
March Mr. and !Mrs. Lane Carter
Dated this 31st day Clerk of Circuit Court of
shed Melt week for
A. D. 1972 at Starke, Bradford Bradford County; Florida. four consecutive weeks In the and Tuesday daughter overnight of Miami guests were of twryOayLewRke IftfJOey\.ewPrice IftfJOeyt.owPrke Iweryo.y\.ewPrice IweryOeyLowf'rb' [rayWyt whla MryOayt a:+nlux+

4/6 County 4t.4/27; Florida. 4/6 4t 427EZERASE Bradford County Telegraph. their mother, Mrs. Lois Car- ::. aura CORN:::"":";.., OOLDI"a.COLGATI," Whlt Rain' -
Dated: April 12, 1972.GILBERT '"" "'" MACARONI
___ ter, and attended the funeralof OH:M4C04.At':= VIENNA '-'IVtAS::: oR INSTANT HAIR SPRAY POTATO
S. BROWN, Clerk Laurie Carter on Wedne.'r. .- I .AUS.GI '' DINNER _._
TYPEWRITER Palegraph. .- LIMAS ::':': :+ CHIP
Byi Beulah M. Moody

fills.BIC .PENS.-Bradford Ball County Point; Tetegrapb. Re-- per. County Notebook; Fillers.. -Bradford -, 4/20 Deputy 4t;5/11 Clerk and attended Mrs. John services F. Robertson In- 2..3/$1 CAN'4.. 5/1 -.=.-=." 61S1' .''::-:,'::-.:. 15c39c:: 4 'All 38

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Keystone Uflites/ Pie*.* CeJI' 4734288 439-4113 For 'Information McGlave Named Clerk

''BAND CONCERTAND ter with the appropriate number Of Valerie Turner
ART SHOW of bars and a miniature DUPLICATE BRIDGE I

On Monday April 17,the Keystone majorette pin. Receiving Winners for First Tuesday, Mrs.,C.April R, At Special Meeting Tuesday
18. were:
School Band Rhon-
Heights High awards for one year was and Mrs. Paul Residents of Keystone Heights I
held a concert In the Lions da Flllmon and Cindy Fowler Heptinstall Mrs. Roland and surrounding area are offering outside the present limits next
Stelnmetz; Second, living regular meeting.
Building, under the direction of for two years Melanie Homer a reward for Information Mrs. Kitty McGlave was ap those ..
Bryan and Mrs. C.V. south of 100; while Also discussed was the recently "
Stroman. Mc- Clerk of
Bandmaster David ; for four yean, Patti Home; Third, Mrs. Mary leading to the arrest and conviction pointedHeights l Key living Inside the corporate limits releaeedCountywldeWa-;
The selections wen: Glave. Cheryl Tomes receved effective May I '
program Anna of the person or would no on &
Cook and Mrs. Ragland persons w vote yes or ter Sewer Plan which stated
Concert, In band at a special meeting of the
Thundorcrest a awards for four years
responsible for the disappearance .
M.II. Falkel annexing entire area.
and fourth Mrs. that the Keystone Heights...
OsterUng. "' City Council Tuesday
March by Erie and two years as a majorette. nightThe
of Valerto Turner In this Fox said either '
and Mrs. F.T. Hogue.FASHION way should have a central sewer
Belmont Overture by Ralph On exhibit during the entireday who has been action was taken In order 100
missing since area -- north of or
Herman, and Appalachla. A and at the concert were last November 3. The blonde to replace Mrs. Joy Baker 'south of '100 could vote system Installed within the
Tone Poem by Maurice Gard- examples of many forms of school girl disappeared froma who will terminate her to be annexed without affecting next five years due to Its rapid

ner. art representing! the talents a beauty shop on Highway 21. services as clerk on June 1, the other area. growth.
During an Intermission the of budding young artists from c between Keystone Heights and remaining In the office during The committee will study

following band member. received both grammer and high school Melrose at the time of the murder May In order to train the new the matter and report at the
awards: Brett Bannon grades. The exhibit was under of her mother and another appointee.Mrs. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margaret Goohagan, Ron Packard the direction of Mrs. Wllcox. j'1 + beauty operator by persons] un- Baker and her husband KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Robert Phllpot Shelly The Band-Aides are again .. r1III known. D.A. (Tony) Baker will leave Clay County I
Rufflnl. Mitch Wilcox Mark soliciting orders for the Keystone soon to live In New ;

KIefer and Randy Heltzel each annual birthday and activity ca- Initial contributions have already Jersey where Mr. Baker has Gels VASCARSpeed Rev. Lawrence Carroll, pastor ,

received a "K" letter and a lendars. A form letter and or- It b I been made and It Is expected accepted a promotion with, ; Ashley DoMe music U- i r
one year bar. Chris Baker der blank will be sent home I r .: L I I I that more will follow Johns-Manvllle the companyhe Unite rector. I
Gerald Keeth and Bill Strlck- with each child. Au'onewantlng A Reward Fund has been established has been employed with for Youth Week will be observed I a

lln received two ;year bars these popular calendars, may. and will be administered several years in Green Cove Clay County Sheriff Jennings with young people filling all '

with their letters. Those with contact any members of the by a committee composed Springs, Murrhee announces that his department directors and teachers positions '
three years In the band were: band or the Band-Aides and a. + e of Keystone Heights residents Mrs. Baker served as dark has acquired two VAS this Sunday. Larry Car- I j

David Few. Jimmy Margraves. get your order In. Cash contributions should be for over three years before CAR units from the Governor's roll will be In the pulpit, Sun- f

Candy Packard, Ben Snow.Tom accompanied by a written statement recorded as to the contributor. being elected to the Council. Highway. Safety Commission. day morning !
Wiiiison and Gall Quagllano. ANNOUNCEMENTEffective as to the purpose) and Early thi Council she resigned Two deputies were trainedIn Paul Lelno and Zachery Andrews l i
The members with four yearsor Miy 1, accordingto checks should be made out to Proceeds will be refundedto from the in order to the use of the units which will bring the evening

more In the band receiveda Postmaster Gladys Tills, the Valerie Turner Reward contributors within a one- fill the vacancy caused by the were placed in operation last service, and the young people

modal as well as their let- the Stamp Lobby hours at the 1 Fund. All contributions should year period starting April 20, resignation of City Clerk Vtrgie Saturday.. VASCAR is a com- will also provide a choir and

ter and bars denoting the yearsof Keystone Heights Post Office SPIN-OFF-Icotton be mailed or delivered to the 1972 should no Information be Homer. puter speed measuring device special ,music for both ser- ,,
participation. Glynis Corn- will be 8:30: a.m. to 5 p.m. She in black and white checks Keystone State Bank for deposit obtained as to the whereaboutsof Mrs. McGlave previously that can measure the speedof vices
bass Lisa Elland Anita Men- says customers must have creates a costume for' spring In the fund and will be the missing girl.Wedding served one two-year term ar a vehicle In any direction. The church voted for Deacons -
zen and Kevin Wyman all had mall in by S p.m. to insure fashion mileage. Keystone Heights tax collector.. Sheriff Murrhee said that a at the Morning Worship

four years of band member- dispatch due to the IncreaseIn u._' .n.-..,. DateIs Following a discussion of the majority of the accidents in hour last Sunday. Each man
ship. Miss Nancy White had six volume of mail.COMMUNITY annexation: Issue which was Clay County have been caused who receives as many: as five
years and was topped only by Changed also on the agenda at the special by speed. He would like all votes will becomu a deacon. .

Terry WMscnant who receiveda CHURCH News Notes .001 meeting Council Chair- citizens. of the county to know nominee and the Deacon's' .I/
special plaque for his eight The Community Church man Everett Fox asked the Annexation that all State Troopers and Screening Committee will be- /

years of band participation. Women are holding a Spring By Helen Egan Plans have been changed for Committee (Mayor deputy sheriffs In Clay County gin Interviewing them. <
Rummage Sale on Saturday, April the wedding of Martha Joann Starnes and Councilman Watkins and Is The Spring Revival Is scheduled .
on a salary none
After Intermission follow- 29, at the Masonic Hall Kuykendall to Gene Dale Gar- and Livingston) to checkon are the basis of for the second week In /
ing selections were played: from 9 ajn. to 5 p.m. MELROSE WOMANS CLUB elected and as this new the legality of the following compensated on May. Special outreach efforts /

Shenandoah by James Ployhar, All members having articles The Melrose Woman's Club Chapter with Is a member community from organization Wal-- bett.The wedding and receptionwill proposal: fees.He said that the main object- are planned In order to have a '

Variation Overture by Clifton for the sale may bring them to held its monthly Luncheon and and Hawthorne be held at the Keystone Whether or not It would be ives in traffic law enforcementare successful Revival Week.

i Williams, and Viennese Sonatina the Hall on Friday April 28, Program meeting on April 19, do. Keystone the Board Heights Is more representative -- Heights Lion's Club on Friday legal to allow qualified electors predicated solely on the The Church Softball Leagueis
JW Mozart. at noon. Mrs. E. D. Longnecker April 28, at 6 p.m. Instead living outside the present limits scheduled to start their sea-
\ Young Mr. Whisenant also from 3 to 5 p.m. Mrs. Don presided. Mrs. James Neale, Mrs.Ethel Welch; of the bride's home as and north of Highway 100 preservation anduthe prevention son on July 19. We hope to havea
of protection -
received the John Phillips Sou- Wallace chairman for the sale Jr., led the devotional message P.D. Gunn; E.W. Revels darterand ; Mrs. previously planned. to vote separately In the pro- of injury good year.
Wadle property.
sa Award. This Is an annual has requested that all clothingbe Mrs. Florence James Helen V, Egan; posed referendum from those
voted membersof brought on hangers that will chairman Introducedthe Emra Perry.
award upon by program -- -
This Board will meet at the
the band honoring the member be sold from the racks. guest Speaker Mrs. Har- QQQQOOOQQOQOQOOQQOOOQQOQQQOOQQQOOOO
who they feel has contri- Let's help Mrs.Wallace makea old Stringer "The Doll Lady"of call of President Simmons prior
to the next Chaptr meeting to
buted most to the success of.the big success of this Spring Gainesville.
band and its performance.: sale by bringing a lot of nice Mrs. Stringer who has been set up the agenda for the
The Majorettes received the things and have them ready Interested In dolls for several meeting. The dues are $1 per

following awards:. A "K" let- for sale so when the doors open years has expanded her lecture year members for the of chapter AARP for National those __
the buyers will find a nice message in not only the show- ) __ t th
at $2 couple or
selection of Items Ing of the dolls their historyof individual per year or per$5 for three. __
The General Meeting of the era In which the var- __

S.E. McKAY Church Women will be held ious types of dolls were In FELLOWSHIP CLUB __

REALTOR Monday May I I. at 7:30 p.m. vogue but has taken up the Object of the Keystone Heights
All chairmen please have fashions of the era, in which lJ
Club "is purely
Fellowship 'a
Keystone rits. "73. 816' your annual reports ready to they reflected the fashions of social one, v'0the: aim of _
give and file with the secre women. For Instance the crin- fellowship
tary. Officers for 1972-73 will oline dress was around In 18:i0, promoting good a-
HOMES ACREAGES be Installed. but dolls were used In the early mong It's members. -_ l;
This Is similar to most senior -
RENTALSMr. days as cult dolls. Play tolls
The All-Circles Covered Dish citizens clubs but Keystone
are known to be used by chil-
Luncheon will be held on Monday Senior Citizens Fellow-
dren In ancient Egypt: Greece
.. 473-4740 May 13, at 12:30: p.m. Cir- and Rome and made of many ship Club Is self-supporting ''y I I II
The dues $1 I 11
self-directed. are
Chsanaoas7'Ye679: cles with largest attendancefor
FIrh.t; ;: f :::'o. 4Jl l2. materials.An member. Last 11I''
C the year will be honored amazing fashion mind- peryear per I'I I'
guests and the new Circles month there were several new
ed lady of the 15th century hada I I'I
members and the aim of President -
formed for 197273.
made and worn only
,, ,. dress
Lester Sheets is to reach'the I :
once for her 'son's\ baf.tismwhich [ I
39/000 foarlsT'3,000diamonds 100 mark-durlng Ma presidency -' ; had. / I >!
r : it .
; tt is reaching that
: : and cost $19,000.000.( : I SCOT S 'I t'-(,
-" '- goal quite admirably.
Among the display of Mrs. Game-Fun NEW PORTABLE 5,000-8,000 B.T.U. end all I 7.000-12,000 BTU.
The is
Stringer's dolls was one with day this 115 volt ,Install ,
m minutes
I KEYSTONE -. MELRSE real hair that had been cut afternoon April 27, at 1:30: In Ona model even has Amana Action Air"''''' I 'J Quiet operation
from friend of Mrs. Stringer the Lion Club. There Is a o Moves room-lo-room need F rom L., "t Coolsanddehumiddies', ,
about 70 years ago. Another's small charge for the rent and 'Installs' 'In minutes with, Amana Instant, Mount ._ automatically'
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. dress and underwear were made gift prizes are donated at this C Rustproof fiberglass basepan __- =-_, > Auto thermostat with
by this friend's grandmother Game day. Soclalbllity Is highIn Aluminum outer ease' $169.00 J 5-setlmg master

and showed the style of the fellowship following the control
FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN 1900 game plays as the committee

HARDY A era.luncheon was served by host, Ed. and Lilly Roberts >f1 ilail/JlaK:7
SUM'S serve refreshments.On .
hostesses Mrs. E.R. Simmons
1I, May II, at the Lions Club 100 SERIES COMPACT
ANIGARHN Mrs. ,.H. F, Simmons Mrs.L. .
at 12:30: the Fellowship Club .6,30010 9,000 B.T.U.
B. Nicholson and Mrs F.
Fish -TT- StuffLive ONTZR G. Pappy will hold Its monthly covered an ,Install. ,, in window or

r Bolt-Dead Bait Mrs Longnecker, president, dish luncheon and program 1i thru-the-wall
A complete I line of Hdw. 1 .
announced that there would not meeting. There may be a short > Heat/Cool models :

CrlcketsSMnnersWormsMinnows Moored be a Club meeting on May 5, business meeting when visitorsand available
and only the May 17 Luncheonand new members may become quiet units and > chamber Tilting air discharge
Plumbing & Electrical Supp. acquainted with the activities
Program meeting
& HUNTING Cro-Tone Fertilizers held at noon. The program will the Club.MELROSE. made them even quieter! JtE- Ullra-quleloperatlon

LICENSES AMMUNI. Insecticides be the Installation of Officersfor HOMEMAKERSCLUB

TION ICE Hwy 21 N. 200 yds From the club year of 1972 and fAjuM'!iJl '
will conclude the meetings for
Keystone Hgts. .473.4357. Light the The regular monthly meet- VIBRATION REDUCED 200 SERIES AIR COMMAND
summer. Ing of the Melrose HomemakersClub 12 to 18,000 BT.U.

FURNITUREGIFTSLake Keystone Hats. 473-3663 AMERICAN ASSOCIAtioN was held at 9:30: e Handsome woodgrain

Auto thermostat withSsettmg
presided.As I

Furniture The Paladin director Lawrence of N F., E.llowbert Florida state for hostess Melrose clubs Club for Is the one County of the QUIETER OPERATION ill t "control Exclusive elecboF -

American Assocation of Re- Council meeting In LaCrosse I C .
Und.r Now Economically
ManagementJack tired Persons from Ocala con- Homemakers Clubhouse to- * !test.! All !""!', m.*surm.nt. and analysis conducted e priced
Gift & Candle Shop and Marie Sanford ducted the entire meeting and morrow much planning was In by fllvvrbank Acoustical' Laboratory, HIT .R...arch. Institute. I IvttwX'l i,
order. Refreshments
Bar-B-Que Buffet LunchSMORGASBORG organization of the Melrose AA- : J 7
EXQUISITE RP, following a covered dish following the morning
GIFTS luncheon on April 20 In Ellam: meeting by Mrs. Beulah Perry 200 DECORATOR with Action AfrTMHere's

Furniture For Mon Thru Fri. Baptist Church.Seventyseven. Mrs. Mildred Spurlock and Mrs. how Amana isolates vibration 12,0001018,000 B.T.U.Action .
Every BREAKFASTServed Interested Lillie Roberts.. Air cycles air
Taste And PurseS From 7 A.M.B. nior citizens enjoyed the lunch- Rust resistant' call spring More copper tubing to 6 times a minute to
Our APPRECIATION MEETING suspension t to Isolate the help deaden vibration. eliminate hot spots :
Candle Display B. Que Take Out Orders eon and about 73 signed up to I t In
Members of Mrs. Ernest compressor f from Its room
be charter members of this i
Hwy. 100 E. Lak. Geneva Open 7 A.M.10 P.M. Mon. new Chapter. McLean's Circle of Community basepan I .> Sliding door hides
1 Mi. East of Church for 1971 honored her f control Set it once
Keystone Hats.l Thrus. There were three visitorsfrom as m and 'forget them.

l REAL ftST.\TF.: Fri., Sat., Sun. 7 A.M. the Gainesville Chapter. chairman for the past year Muffler to cancel out r-i'fjj'' One piece basapan .> Adjustable wocdgrainpuleationolrefrigerant
and elected
as newly presidentof
As this Is a National organi- w .resists transmitted louvres.
11 P.M.
zation for people from 55 the Church Women for 1972, as It's ''I. '
years pumped through *-* /vibration. '
Richard T. Lovorn Hwy 21 N. Top Of Hill of age either retired or still at a covered dish luncheon the cooling system. ,}.Jii i jClli XIJ
Keystone 473.9620TELEVISIONAIR employed it was Howbert's official meeting and party at the Educational -

Deal duty to completely : Building.The 600 SERIES AIR COMMAND
Reg. Estate Broker organize
luncheon table was set PLUS THESE BIG 14,500 to 24,000 B.T.U.
COND.; this Chapter and set updates AMANA' QUALITY FEATURES .> Cools 1 multi-room I ,
In U-shape and colorful hand-
time of meetings, placeof Amens eNclro-costing finish-gives 3 times areas
more protection against
LAKE PROPERTIES- ; .t TV Service Center.. meetings! and elect officers. made each floral These cards were wereat In rust and corrosion than any conventional flo-coat systemAmana .> Installs In window
The first date was that or thruthewallUltraquiet
RESIDENTIAL all officers will continue In the pastel shades and the table washable filter-can be removed, washed In detergent and .> operation

v BUSINESS'ACREAGE' Qiiosar"TV office until the December IS annual service In pink blue. green warm water, and replaced. You always have a clean filter Adjustable air, guides

APPRAISALS STERO meeting. and yellows plates, napkinsand Super-efficient' cooling colls-wring moisture out of the air and allow'
The chapter will meet on cups all blended Into the a greater air volume over the prime cooling surface for.fflcient--
Keystone Hgts. 473-3254 CAR AND PORTABLE the third Thursday of each picture of Spring. Before the even cooling .

TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL month (thru 1972). The members honored members place was

Edna Knepper; Assae. ANDRESIDENTIAL voted to change the meet- a small floral bouquet all fashioned Jmjmcjr! !

473-4111 1 Ing place In order to acco- of yarn, flowerettes with EXCLUSIVE i 5-YEAR .Amall8 warrants for a ran from dele of odg material.. Owner la also' responsible, for normal I
AIR modate the attendants as the each members name, dotted the In.// purchase In U.S., or repair maintenance, service (cleaning of colls, water.
Martha Durbin( Astoc. CONDITIONING Fellowship Hall of the Baptist posse arrangement. Another l similar WARRANTY 01* parts. found defective es 'to workmanship or drains, motor lubrication), and normal' deterioration .
SALES SERVICE Church was overcrowded. INCLUDES PARTS material' under normal use. This Includes/ leborrequired of appearance Hems due to wear or,
473-3362: arrangement centered the for replacement of defective '' .. Any
I parts. 'po.u' product subjected to accident,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Melrose Episcopal Church main table Defective' pans are to be returned through... misuse negligence, abuse, defacement' of aerial I ,
Pariah' House was designatedas As this was guest day Mrs. RELATAENOOLABOR Amana'edealer.' iatrlbutororganlzation.Owar plate or alteration.. shall.. void the warranty.
BEAUTY SHOP 4734651 the place of meeting beginning McLean's mother-in-law Mrs. .bnepondW./orservhteman'atr.vNeha/ ,9se, In Canada, the warranty applies aa above
on May 18, and members Verna McLean, Joined thegatnerlng local' cartage, replacement of gaskets. filters, except .that It don not cover taxes duties,
rubber or plastic parts and Installation. kit assessments. levied at time of port export.B .
Nelfl'sBeauty or visitors planning to ; Mrs. Catherine BarreUt
Sh Want to sell your Mobile. attend must assemble by 11:30: was-Irs. Carolyn Wagner's BoaHOKiKii -

Style ___ Home?? If you have 'a buyer, with their covered dish In order guest Mrs. Mlckie Boney was
Mobile Home Brokers will to start at noon for lunch. to be her mother's Mrs.
"Foolovello arrange ALL financing and Howlett explained the duties Romelle Ogden's guest, and
Insurance details tor a brokerage of some of the officers, and Mrs Barbara Farris was guestof \ THIffiS & SORTSERWKE
; ,eu" fee of 10%of the selling further Information will be available Mrs. Helen Egan. "

price. For more Information shortly. Hostesses were Mrs. Ida 'J ,

Phen.415.2211. G e.U MOBILE HOME BROKERSRT. The elected officers are as Gentr'l.Mill Lillian. and Gentry Mrs. CENTER! ,
it follows President R.F. SIm-
Between K.ystene' ,l f/ 1 BOX 350 J mons. Vice-president Murray Helen V. Egan The blessingwas

Heights :: v MELROSE. FLORIDA 32666 SlpprelL secretary, E.D.Long berstroh given and by the Mrs devotional Gladys Ha-by KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-4651 jt j

and' Metros' PHONE 475-1751 necker Christine and Crawford.Six Treasurer. Mrs Mrs. Helen Titus This being t
&ex5cxttxxxx> Board of Directors were (Cont'd To Neat Page)

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New Pine Level Pastorium To Be Dedicated

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r Sunday Sunday School, 9:45:
a.m. Morning Worship at II,
sermon "Greater Love Hath
No Man"; Bell Choir Practice
h 5:15: ; Church Training, 6:13;
IIt I Evening Worship at 7:30; ser

mon Overcoming Temptation. -
I ,wvr sraPv.v& a > x.LFJLu. N ik+' Monday Deacons Meeting,
.: Youth Choir Practice, 7 p.m.
d Tuesday WMU Business
Meeting 11 a.m.; Program,
11:15: ; Covered Dish Luncheon
12 noon;Young Musicians Choir
3:30: ; Bell Choir and G.A., 4:15.
H Wednesday Family !Night;

"- Supper 6 p.m.; Prayer MeetIng .-
and II.A. Meeting, 6:30: ;
k'ir Newly completed Pin. Level Church pottorlum. Teachers and Officers MeetIng .-
7:15; Church Choir Practice -

The new pastorlum at Pine Level Church and well-known ted to build and construction 8 p.m.
Level Baptist Church on SR- residents of Bradford County; began (lie last of !November.; -\\'.f\. Hogan, pator
100 west of Starke will be open will speak at the dedication The new pastorium Is a
for public viewing Sunday April services. Everyone is welcomeand four bedroom brick home with MADISON
wl"r 30, from 2-4 p.m. during Invited to attend. two full baths and a study.It '. BAPTIST CHURCH
hG: open house and dedication cere On Nov 10, 1971 the Pine is located Just east of Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
Morning Worship at 11. Church
1 i monies. Level Baptist Church voted to the Pine level Baptist Churchon
A dedication service Is sche- Training 6:15: ; WMU Prayer
construct a new pastorium. SIMOO, four miles west
duled for 3:30: p.m. Rev. W.E. Builders Otis Crabtree and ot Starke. Circle: 7:15: ; Evening Worship
(Daddy) Hall and Rev. E. R. Larry Henry, both members 7:30.:
4 ?, Bowers former pastors of Pine of the church were contrac- \ORTHSinn: : BAPTIST Monday Youth Choir Practice. -
CHURCH ., 7 p.m. WMU meeting
Revival I Services Intersection of Highways( 16 7:30: (
AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 'NorUi) and 225. Rev. Wayne Tuesday Prayer Group 9:30:
Set Max }1-7 Sunday;' School 9:45amMor-' Wells, pastor.

\t [I5a\}less Church ning Worship H a.m. Evening' Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning a.m.Wednesday Prayer Meeting -

Members of the 1972 Keystone Heights high School Third rowGerald Keeth Bill Strickland Anita Men- Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday orvlce at II. Evening Service Mission Friends Girlsin
Marching Band are (J-r): zen, Glynis Combass Jlnmy Hargravcs, Ben Snow, and Annual revival and home- Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, 7:30.: Wednesday Service 7:30p.m : ( ,Action 7:30( p.m. Adult
I first rowmajorettes Slieryl Tomes Melanie Homer Bret Harmon. corn'ng at the Bav less Highway! 7 p.m. Study; on Book of Psalms. Choir Practice 830.:

Patti McGIave. Cindy\ Fowler and Rhonda Human. Fourth rowKevin I Wyman, David Few Margaret (;eog- Baptist Church are set May C.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone CiL'AR'BAP'flS1j CHURCH
Second' rowChris Baker Shelly Rufflnl, Candy\ Pack-' hagan, and Terry Whisenant. 1.7. next :Monday through Sun- Welcn.nv.HAMPTON. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
ard. Bandmaster Is David -Stroman. da}'. Ing Worship II. Training Union DPOAN BAPTIST CHURCH/
Services are scheduled at 7:30: BAPTIST DROOKKR
6:30. I-vening: Worship 7:30.
: :
each night. Homocomlng Is CHURCH PastorCO."G'IEG1'JON.I.IIOI.fXESS Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor-
News Notes 1,341 Needy Bradford Residents Sunday :May' 7' with dinner to Sunday School 10 a.m.: Morn- IIcv. Jim Black ship Services 11 a.m. and 7

I be served on the grounds at 1 ing Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study; p.m. Training Union 6 p.m.
By Helen Egan Received Free Food In JanuaryThere 6:30: p.m.; Evening Service'7:30: I -Uev. Lacy Conway,pastor

( From preceding page) p.m.Evangelist for the week will Wednesday cnr.icii; I

were 1,341 low-Income stamps. This was 4,692 fewer be Rev. James 1.. Home, pastor Prayer and Sunday School 9:45: a.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN; CHURCH!
Bradford County people on the than the number Issued stamps* of the Fastsido: Baptist ChurchIn Bible Study;' 7:30: p.m. :Morning[ Worship II a.m. With Sunday Service:Sunday Sc'; 01!
the last home circle meeting honeymoon. U. S. Department) of Agricul. In December. Auburndalc. Melvin Ilamel Pastor Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship 9:4: n.m. Morning Worship
for 1971 members of all Circle Mrs. Marian Batchetaer is at ture's donated foods programIn Florida Is scheduled to have Rev. J.n. Robinson Is raster 7 p.m.Thursday. 10.45 ''
will Join together on May home having undergone surgeryat January as compared to 1- all of Its 67 counties on the of (lie Raj less Highway Church. JORDAN; \!JSSIO\.\nY night Prayer Meeting p.m.oulli a.m. UroupMceting voaln3Servlce,,Sun 7:15:

15, when the:new President; Alacliua General Hospital 324 the previous month Rus- food stamp program by May BAPTIST MISSION!\ 7:30 p.m. day 6:30: p.m.
Mrs. McLean will announce her about 10 days ago. Mr. Batch- sell II. James, Southeast regional 1 I. James added.In 'tilut4iedBen I'.S.' 301 North behind Tas- David Hodges Pastor -JC. Brown, minister
appointed officers and chairmenand elders cousin and husband are administrator of USDA's the food distribution pro tee Freez Drive In, Sunday)

members in turn will learnIn visiting them on their return Food and Nutrition Service re- gram 231,729 persons were School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- STAItKi I:1 .: CHURCH NT.W: ItM'K l:: IIM'IISI
which circle they will be In trip from a tour of Florida. ports. given more than 6.5 million vice II a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer or CHRIST! Sunday School III) a.m. Morning -

for 19r!. repressions of sympathy are Taking (lie state as a whole, pounds of USDA-donated food. KiteBen Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Bible ,School 10 a.m.'or Worship II a.m. 'training[
"extended: to Mrs.. A.C. Rather 'James noted there was a slight This was a slight drop of 1-. ship Services 11 Union 7 I veiling: Worship
PERSONALS. the recent death of her decrease of 5,825 in the number 133 from the number on, the -Leroy Olive pastor E.L. a.m. and p.m.
o n
6 :
Kite Jr., 44, of Starke p.m. MidweekService, Wednesday 8 p.m. Wednesday Night ser-
Rev. and Mrs. Edmund Perkins minister husband after an extended receiving food assistanceIn program In (December died Wednesdaprll 19, of Crlffls associate pastor 7 p.m. Ladles Bible vice 7:30: p.m. I I'veryone: wel-
of Royal Oaks, Mich were Illness January down from 401- an apparent heart attack whileoperating.heavy (,Class Thursday II a.m.Church come.
recent guests.( fiI..N4''. tlQlu"Ni!!$ qY.Ql.1'410: tkl ..V,7, t0 395,422.. located I
rae AI "" '- ; equipment a GRvCF. B\P'flST'U one block west on.II! Jim Countryman; pastor)
.... Stnnncd for surpitsc: visit[t Most!( i lOr" the .decrease, he' ttH"nr'riah; .
Milton Scripture. Mrs.Per off a ''
IlgJaMnd.rnlnaj6r ,
.. contractor c; tU.Uie )\ ; )
is ''the daughter of the Scrip with the I Francis P. I'.gans: re- pblhteU"iibuM!'' > In.;Uir foocTS8tamplI4 ::; : is on to build/ "mart, the;.Du Pont'Companj. After Sunday;''plhI: 00'1,1/1.I. / (a.mMorn). rl side, .....J. II'II' $ f4t4RrdHkltpl'\ !" !'t""I1.1F.HAiI1hcI': :! '% 4.

tures. Other recent guests were cently >rograrn!! 'operating In- and grander Ditneyland-type becoming III, :Mr. Kite left the ing Worship at II. Training Sunday School ID o.nC. MornIng -
Mr. 'and Mrs. Wm. Hammond e 20 "I'lorlda counties In Jan- amusement/ parks. We ran only eauloment he was operating Union: 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor- 1'1-1:1111.1.: : CONGRE,11'iON,11.; : ; Worship H a.m. I Pre Scr-.
of Plain City, Ohio. They were People nuke too iniuh of a ua!')'. During the month 163- hope that conservaliontstt will started walking to his car, ship 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer :METHODIST: l'1Itm:1I vices Booster Hand long
on their honeymoon and were fimrr! l.iw ri>f"i'fluent.! 693 people were Issued over. insist on saving a few oases but died on the way Meeting 7:30.: --liev. LeonT. Sunday School 10 a.m. !Morning People and Prayer Service>.
former parishioners of Rev. which In K.iHvrry simple: $4 million In food coupons.Of ol real people/ / if only as a :Mr. Kite was born In Starkeon Odom, Jr.pastor.AIRPAIIK Worship 11 a.m. I outh Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m.
this amount, close to $3 matter of historic interest. October 22, 1927 the son of 6 : Midweek Service, Wednesday!
In Plain p.m. Evening
Scripture City Ohio. If you can t .IIppresa|'| : It. Icgal-: In free bonus Worship
A tour of Florida was their be It. million was or the late Ken kite Sr., and \'Ir- BAPTIST CHt'RCI: 7:30: p.m. Kev. Tommy I., Ill-I 7:30: p.m. I'ev.: John su Ickland, ,-
ginla Tomlinson :McKinney, of Sunday School. 10 a.m.forn! Hard pastor. Pastor.
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.Starke. He was a veteran of Ing Worship 11 am.; Evening:
World War R. Worship, 7 p.m. Wednesday [o'IIS1'SSI'fm.Y[ :: or fon; ?ion;: \rnsi'I' tin'KCII<<: v
.r Besides his mother he Is survived Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud;), Ralford Head 4 Weldon St. (Highway I'lO ut 'I 'Ilicrcssa)
.- by; his wife Marlene; 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meeting : Sunday School, 10 a.m.Iorn: Sunday School 10 a.m.
I and two daughters, Debra and every Monday, 7 p.m. Ing Worship II. Sunday I vening: Moinlng Worship II a.m.
,l- Betty; Jean Kite, all of Starke. C.F. Prevatt, paslor. Everyone 7 p.m. 'Ihursday night, 7:30.: ruining I nlon 0.30: p.m.
t t. Funeral services were heldat welcome.ST. -Charles Thomas( PastorEIEI1GIIEbN Evening: Worship 7:15 p.m.
. 3 p.m. Friday; In the First Wednesday Night\ Prayer!Services -
, f Christian Church with J. C. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC ,: : 1tIP1'isTCIIURCII 7:30: p.m. Hcv. Merle

Brown, minister officiating. CHLRCII, STARKE Packham pastor.ST. .
4: Interment was in the Santa Fe Father James Cregan pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m.o.lorn': ;:

.,\. .." Cemetery' under direction of Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday Ing Worship' at II a.m. Sunday \IlK'S lf'ICOPM.: '
4 DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day;' Mass, night !Service at 6:30.
TO Tim Home. 7 p.m. Wednesday night prayer! CHI(;Ittll.: ; VIKKt:

Confessions Saturday 6 mooting at 7:30.: Holy Eucharist: 1st and 3rd
I. I p.m. Cecil E, Crawford Sr. Pas- Sundays 11 a.m. Morning
II.I oflJf Ellen Barber School of Religion: tor. Prayer 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday -
Grade School Sunday 11 LAtRnP'ClT: 11 a.m. Church School 9:45:
a.m. to 12 noon. a.m. F..Y.C.: fl p.m. ,.'
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Ior:\ -
:Mrs Ellen Barber. 64, of
7 -John M, I I'lynn. Rector
Jacksonville died April 20 In High School -- Sunday ning Worship 11 a.m. Evening
.' Jacksonville \. C. where she ->.m. Worship 7:30: p.m. :Midweek Bible
'\ was visiting her son. A native Study\ Wednesday, 7:30: p. BAY1.CSS HIGHWAY BAPTIST
of Route 2,Starke she was BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST m.Be Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor-
the daughter of the late :Mr. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship In church Sunday. ship Service 11 a.m. Church
and Mrs Tobe Norman and had Service 11 a.m. Church l..esterusdn., pastor. Training, 6:30: p.m. Evening
1 I lived in Jacksonville for manyjears. Training 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship 7:30.
Worship 7:30.Wednesday: ST. :\ ,\ \1IIOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting
Surviving are two sons, Prayer:Meeting CHI H til; :\tCLI.\NY:: ;: 7:30: p.m.
CELEBRATION.t 'George Wesley and Jerry'Fran- 7:30: p.m. Sunday :Mass 12 noon. Holy Rev J.D. Robinson
cis Barber; three brothers Rev. J.D. Robinson Day :Mass, 5:30: p.m.

t Cleveland Norman Tallahassee -
and Frank and Russell LONG BRIDGE \PTIST ,
Norman both of Starke; and CHLRCII HOLINESS: CIIURCIISunday : AT MSLROSE '.
three sisters :Mrs. Lottie Ed- Sunday School 10a.m. :MornIng -
t School 9:43: a.m.; Schedule
I wards, Brooker; :Mrs. :Mattle Worship 11 a.m. Evening :Morning Worship II a.m. \outh of Services: .-.
Ellis Springs and Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Sunday Bible 1 Study\ 10 a.m. .
Of The t Worthlngton ; Service 6 Evening Worship
p.m. -
tt :Mrs Carabelle Green Belle Everyone welcome.Rev. Morning or ship 11 a.m. EvenIng ,
7 '
Robert Ralston p.m.Tue.duy Worship 7 p.m. ,-.
t Glade and pastor
seven grandchildren. -
; Prayer :Meeting 7:30
: n
All other evenlngs-8 p.m.

I State Bank Funeral. services were heldat CHURCH OF GOD p.m.Rev.
Keystone W.D. Chauncej', pastor
I 2 p.m. Monday In Glddens- 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. CHRISTIAN
I I Grifflth Chapel Jacksonvillewith Sunday School 10 a.m.Iorn: CIIURCIISunday
burial In Riverside :Memorial Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
t I Park. Evening. 7 p.m.outh Night BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Worshp 7.-James Shaw pastor.
I Firth Meeting Friday 7.30; p.m. : Sunday School 10 a.m.
Isabelle -Rev. \',W. Kldd pastor Preaching II a.m.Training Ln- BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH .'
Services SetA ion 5:45 p.m. Evening Worship BROOKEn, FLA.
OPENED 'r I KTvCSLEY LAKE BAPTIST 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Rev. Jim Tempi*pastor.Sun

:; :. : t Keystone His. Sunday School 9:30: ; Training -Wilbur Dyess Pastor day School 10 a.m.Ron Bristol
Union 10:15: a.m.Iornlng; : Wor- Superintendent. Training Union,
,. ..ftI, ; 't ..., ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship CHURCH: OF GOD 6:45 p.m. Lowell Douglas] DI-
,' t,.J ", ,, '.. I. 'I"t :Mrs. Isabelle Firth 79, of 7:30: p.m. Prayer :Meeting 7:30: OF PROPHECY, BROOKER rector. Worship Services U a.
t .. I,>'' -..rt.I; : '''''!'',.t't Keystone Heights died Tuesday Wednesday. Sunday School 10 a.m.Iom: m., 7:30. Midweek Prayer Ser-
: Tuesday 2nd ; t \> April 23, after an extended Pastor Rev. Robert West Ing Worship II a.m. Young Peo vice, 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, music
.".' ,) .,' May ,\.' < '.I" Illness. She had resided ple's Service. 6 p.m Evange- director.
t, In Keystone for more listic Service, 7 p.m. Wednesday CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
; : than 1 13 years. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Prayer Meeting 7:30: pm. OF' LATTER DAY SAINTS .
: 10:001.1112:00 : Sunday School 9:45
: a.m.
: Surviving are two sons, Robert Com and worship with us. 1404 E. Bessent Road :
II a.m.'outJ1
Morning Worship
CI E. Firth Starke; and Don- -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor Home EveningMon
Choir Family -
Fellowship 6..m. Practice -
ald E. Firth St. Louis Mo.;
I one sister, Mrs.] ;Nina; Clegg Wednesday 8 p.m. GREATER! BETHLEHEM PrimaryTuesday 4:30
: p.m. "
Sun City; Ariz.; and vel1'and-
'" All Friends Customers And : children. Ash S. Chestnut, Sunday Wednesday- Relief Society: ; ,
: Prospective I II Funeral services were set for BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH School 9:30; Morning Worship, 7:30.: 7:30
; a.m. Thursday in the Community Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng 11; League 4 p.m. Night Ser ThursdayM.LA. p.m.
Are '. I Church Worship 11 njn. Evening vice. 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper wu- Sunday- Priesthood,8:30a.m.:
I Customers Cordially Invited To Attend of Keystone Height, Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Evening -
.. with the pastor, Rev. Stewart Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer hams pastor. 6 dp.m.SacrementJesse
McCord. officiating Intermentin Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday; Meeting
the Keystone l Height Ceme- -Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor FIRST UNITED! METHODIST D. Branson, Branch

-2 alI tery with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral STARKE President.
., I II If' Home In charge MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Sunday School 9:45: Morning IIEILBRONN BAPTIST .'
\ Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday Worship. 11; Junior and Senior CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
I \:1) IIEEIIES BENTS School II ajn. Morning Wor- MYF group, 6 p.m. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.

"A lot of people are knownby ship 6 p.m. Training Union Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Morning Worship U. Training ti.
I the company they keep 7 p.m. Evening Worship. 7 p.m. Prayer MeetIng Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Service -

and others by whom theyavoidJohn Wednesday7:30PnyerStr: 7:30: : Chancel Choir Rehearsal 7:30.: Midweek Prayer ..,
7:45. Service 7:90.
_- __ _________ ___ __ __ ----a H. Gilgour, -Rev. Bob Cooper, pastor -DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. -Rev. L. Tommy Mow, pas-


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Preservation Of Historic Sites 'wr6ar .aa61k.

Being Stressed Speaker SaysThe tMi SL-J ioto! done)<< J.

Increasing Importance; available for this purpose at this
being placed by the State on preserving time.

outlined its at the historical.sites Bradford County wu:: society The speakers to erect historical encouraged the CLASSIFIED AD RATES NEW X41 Reducing Plan 42 O.C. Came Nursery I'
; : mar- Tablets 93.00. Money Back Guarantee. iwina MACHINE REPAIRS'AND CONCRETE
Historical Society: :: meeting lat kers at Important>> sites along Deadline (or Insertion Monday! Koch Drug Store ItMp ARE YOUSEEKING Thousands of Plants PARTS HOUSE CALLS
Thursday night by Randy\ F. !
the highways and said that tile 5 p. m. preceding Thursday a/22 A NiWCNA11ANGE
Nlmnlcht of the Florida Division state will resume its programof before publication Fruit Trees. ShadeTrees, SHOP WORK: Work

of Archives, History and matching funds for this purpose . TRACTOR TRAILER Evergreens, Camellias, ALL WORK GUARANTEED:
Records Management.Mr. In July. The cost of the Minimum! Charge $1.78 TRAINEES NEEDED Azaleas, Roses BLOCK.. BRICK STONE

Nlmnlcht said that the markers Is $235 each and tile (Covers 15 words) You can now train to becomean FOR 1972 Meet Ia cane PUnt AnytimeLANDSCAPING (Country DRIVE WAYS SIDEWALKS
key to preserving/ historic landmarks cost Is shared by the state Each word over IS, MAll over-the-road driver or city .
such as the old Bradford and the local community. Corndr.Nnllgaea- :II BUILDING
:: driver.Excellent after
County; courthouse was In finding During the business session Classified Ads must be short training on our truck EAGLE FAMILY t. MI. 8.E..of........ H ry. IN ADDITIONS PAT'qs'

some adaptive use for them preceding the program the following paid for in advance unless with our driver Instructors to noraJaome .S..tIlISWE
which would pay at least part: officers were reelectedfor you have established account help you. For application and STORE FREE ESTIMATES
their maintenance. He said that the year starting In April; with The Telegraph In that.vent interview call 9043884807.or COLLECTOR'S ITEMS
the use of the courthouse for a J.F. Bloodworth president; 50d museum and civic center would John Creene, vice president; billing. Not responsible for United Systems, Inc., Terminal MAY OFFER THE for any make or model 468-1677
Iii Mi. N. of
help serve this purpose here. Mrs. Fremont Tolles, secretary errors when given over tile Bldg., 1719 McDuff Ave.. OPPORTUNITYYOU stereo player.--Dahmer's Discount Key.toneStare
The speaker said that t unfortunately ; Mrs. Nate Dyal, treasurer phone or when copy is nottyped Jacksonville Fla. 32205.() Approved ARELOOKING House tf/chg Rd. 100

many historic sites are ; and Miss Della Rosen- >> and brought to the office. for V. A. Benefits FOR Bill it Jo J Brunofsky, Owners
being destroyed by the construction berg, librarian. Mrs. John Placement assistance avail FOR SALELake side cottageto
expressways,shopping Greene was elected to tile .. able. Over 700 transportation be moved approx. 1.000 Phone 473- 48'

centers, and housing de- board of directors: for a three-' companies have hired our graduates. Opening Available Now For so, ft. aluminum aiding. 2 BR, Wrangler
velopments. Proper planning CLASSIFIED DISPLAY large family room. Ideal for
year 2tchg28 MANAGER CANOES: Mohawk, fiberglass
however can help save some small family. Buford Mitchell
16' $155 $170
of these sites, he said. $1.75 per Inch STARKE'.Typewriter Servlce- TRAINEE Phone 064-6853. tfchg plus tax.--Dealer; 17.1/2j, Gainesville (Boots

Mr. Nlmnlcht said that the term.BMS 2 Inch minimum -- $3.50 964-8810. 128 N. Court St. We Retail Experience HelpfulBut 372-0521. 12tp 6/29 BflBOOTS

State Is now conducting Adding Machines. Calculators Not Required.
a comprehensive --- -- repair FOR THE I
statewide survey of Typewriters Pick up FOR SALE-/ bedroom frame

Florida's historic sites and Memorials Resolutions! Proclamations and delivery 2tp 4/27 PUMPSNEW house; living room family WHOLEFAMILY
asked that the local group Card of llunks Good Earning Potential room complete bath, double
cooperate In this effort Lynn Pierce, Frankle Crews $4.00 Minimum up to 50 HELP WANTEDNow taking Complete Group Insurance AND USED carport, paved driveway large t
Ing all sites In Bradford County and James Starling racked up words. Each word over 50. application for hostesses and Annual Insentative Bonus utility room. 154 ft. frontageby
that are of historic or architectural 849( points, 90( more then the waitress. Apply Garden Res Profit Sharing Plan SALES 135'. Well landscaped good

Interest. "We can't second place team to win the taurant. 2tchg 4/27 Opportunity For Rapid Advano PARTS drainage, chain link fence. Jftt;
preserve them unless we know first "It's Academic" show ment. SERVICE Paved street. 1105 W. Butler )
where they are," he said. staged at the* Bradford Middle ANTEDMan with light construction Road. For appointment call 964-
Deep nnd
Shallow. Wells
At School for students and and/or Modular Horn 5603. 3t427MARTIN
the conclusion of his taut, par Installation experience.Must be HELP WANTED Bread truck APPLYEAGLE Water Softeners and
J.F. Bloodworth, president of ents.
route work, 5 days. & .
the society; appointed a com- The show was staged April able to work small crew with- commission Phone Salary 964-9907 FAMILY FiltersPlumbing BELTS WALLETS
out direct supervision. Salary
mittee, with John Greene as 17 as a Parent Interest Night commensurate with experience. after 9:30 ajn. Itp. DISCOUNT STORE CAMPERSU.S. BAGS-ACCESSORIES
chairman to prepare this information
There were six teams competing Permanent Write
for use by the State. led by the 7A team of FOR SALEOne 90 West Lake
with 21
Box S., This paper stating age, mare 312 W. MADISON ST. EXPERT SERVICE City LAKE CHURCHINDIAN
Also on th Thurs ON
program Pierce Crews and Starling.Team experience and salary expected mo. old colt, saddle and bridle. Phone
day night was Frank Fryman, ALL MAKES 752.3723
8B Pam Woods Daren Itp. Phone 7823025. lip ST.ARKE. FLA. MOCCASINS
archaeologist with the division Scott and cky Stalnaker placed PIIONE 964.7061DURRANCE For Best Selection Of Finest In
who described the methods used second with 750 points. FOR RENTOn Kings ley Lake, FOR SALE3 bedroom 1 1/2
in unearthing the site of Fort TRAVEL TRAILER'SMINI.HOMES
Members of the other four 2 bedroom furnished house bath house on 8 acres of land.
Cooper near Inverness, which team were: Team 6A John Call 533-2281. New calf barn, Cow and 4 OLD KENTUCKY
yearly, pets. PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
was used briefly in the Second Coooer. Priscilla Stalnakerand 4tp 4/18. calves Phone 468-1722. lip TRUCK CAMPERS

Seminole Indian War. He said Marolyn Henley team 6B AND TOPPERSFull WESTERN SHIRTS
there was also Interest In find- Bobby West, Diane Crews; and FOR RENT. 2 Bdrm. Mil 12x50- FURNITURE
ing the exact location of Fort Bonnie Culverson; team 7B Outside city; limits- water fur- WANTED- Used furniture, refrlgeratore Line Of Part And

Harllee In Bradford County; ,but Robert Edmimdson' Beth Davis and nished. Also trailer lots. Call Quality Hnme Furnishings. ,' washers. --Dah- Service CARRADINESlLeather
BMS students
that private funds would have to and Jay Godwin: team 8A- their faculty; A.B. Whltehead. Jr. 964-5630( Custom Draperies, mer's Discount House tf/chg
wish extend -
to congratulations
be used as no state funds are Jennifer Jockel, Matt Herres to Guidance Counselor after 7 p.m. lip Carpeting
and Terry Fox. taaPa.rt Shop
Jackquclln CUne and her hus- HELP WANTED Heavy Equipment Interiors by Victor III
band on the arrival of a baby 1329 Park Av. JIMMY MOORE'SSUN 1
Orange Park MILE SOUTH ON U.S. 301
N GAINESVILLEBusiness boy, Brett Magner, on April operator. Paid vacation T.I. 264.7531 t' Miller BrowsVolkswagen SPORTS '
; 6. Young Brett weighed In at hospitalization Insurance LAWTEY. FLV

8 Ibs. 15 01., has blonde hair and othe r fringe. benefits. MOORE BOAT FOR 'lION I 787-3400

blue eyes, and was 21 Inche.long' Call 289-2911, Maxvllle. FOR
longer war keep car-
DirectoryAUTO Fla. 2tchg. 5/4. pets clean with Blue Lustre. YOUR WE CIVF. SERVICEWe get

FOR RENT. Mobile home In Rent electric shampooer $1. Starke Ph. 964-5791' results! List your property for
Devrlck sale with Call
Inc., Builders Hard- us. today.
Lawtey: 12 by 60. 2-BB..1 1/2 ware & Supplies, Starke Fla. Complete Outboard & BILL POWELL, BROKEN:964-
SALES GARDEN- SUPPLIES A select group of BMS students bath like new air conditioned. Phone 964-6163. It New A Used Stern Drive Service and 6464 or 964-6810. ti/chg
as a reward for scoring Phone Marvin Rosier 782-3655 Sales Service
BRASINGTONCADILLAC the highest number of prin- or 964-6214. lip Repair. Complete Fiber

cipal's honor points for the last PERMANENT HELP WANTED I MI.North of Tire ManOAiNESVJU.E glass Repair. Custom- A Hole in Your Hoot!
OLDSMOBILE Johnson Far!*, Inc. nine weeks grading period, FOR SALE One-owner alr- Several openings for men who built Fiberglass Fishing
viewed the film FantasticVoyage" condItioned Ford pick-up with are good working with tools. cRJt:: ; Or A
SEEDS PLANTS on April 19. fleetside body. Good condition. Several opening.for good wood-
Fine Selection of Used Can, In addition, part of the group $795. See at 426 North Walnutor workers. Several openings for WHOLE'

Taken On Cadillac Trade Inseotlrldes Pet SapplluFERT1LIZERS of students will go to Shakey's phone 964-5390. Itp. trainees. Good starting pay. T- \'ltr' '
I tOOl N.W. 13th Ph. I78J301 Pizza Parlor as reward for Free insurance. Paid holidays. 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired ; \ NEW-
i 4.beha'Ylor,.. FOR SALE- Nice and quIts USED .TnuTq_ ._ .91QI ._JJV' .
tcv i aoc> Paid vacation. Also several and cleaned ,at Dahmors Pl8- =. : "i- .
I We Rent Fertilizer Spreader. Reporter: Guy Stenineker.NEW home In Ralford. Well kept openings for fiberglass lamina count, fast service tfchg console with new picture :."".:: :... ROOF .
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA 234 N.W..' 8th p...' 37SM7BGLASS frame. 3 bedroom, one bath. tors. Apply tn person: Far- tube. Payments only $15.97 "
Large yard. Close to stores. enwald Enterprises of Florida. at Dahmer's Discount. 4t/ctig. J & J Roofing Co.

BOOKS Post Office & etc. Call Bill Reynold's Industrial Park, FOR SALE1966 Chevelle SS 4/20. I
Powell Broker, 964-6464 or Green 'Cove Springs Florida 283 V-8, 3 spd. needs work. Phone 964-8088 or 4734735.
4 wheel drive and acre Wayne Douglas soclate,964- Itp Call 9645010. Itchg 1 Hiway :301 South

Sale. Part. Service AT THE LIBRARYADULT 6583. tfchg.
FOR SALE OR RENT. 2 bedroom Ornamental shrubs fruit and CARL BEGGS FOR nrNT12: wide 2 bedroom )-

1700 N. Main 978-1269 FICTION Plnewood cinder block house at INSURANCEAT shade trees blueberry plants. Gulf Service trailer outside city; .him-

Beauty Academy Glass Company"Glass The Walking Trip (Buck- 632 Drive. Any reasonable REDUCED RATES Two miles N. of''Lawtey on its, I.II. White, 9646114If :
master); Twice So Fair; offer considered. -_, AUTO US 301. Phone: 782-3972. Died Ports no answer call 964-8799.
For Ever hrpo e" Captain and the King (Caldwell Call E.N. Oiborne at Starke FIRE, BOAT tfchg ;
POWELL'Si 1 Store Fronts-Mirrors Be a Good Boy (Fleming 'Motel, Thursday Apr.-27, after DOYLE E. CONNER THE FINEST SELECTION OF

i Beauty Academy ..1 Tub Enclosures-Showers ); K You Want to See Your 5 p.m. It INSURANCE AGENCY LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf V A LOANS
Furniture Top Olaes Replaced Wife Again (Craig); Dim the & Country Club ready for USED CARS List your property; for sale with
(JnrdnnV The FUN SAU::- I960 Chevy: 6 cyl. tchg. VA Financing.
Leant a Profession In TowSpare Flurfns' LamiM building on or for Investment. In this whole area Experience and
Danlzger Transcrlp Tick)); A AT. New Tires, Runs Good. Lots area approximately 1/2 capable. A. .J. Thomas Hog.
Time. Full Part Time
I 219 MW. 10th 378-2788 NEW LOCATION Woman 'of Feeling (\VelngartenX Phone 964-6950. Make reasonable acre and larger Paved roads 24 Hr. Wrecker Service Real Estate Broker, Tel. 964-
) The Girl From Petrov- offer. ltp 3 5701 & 964-6850
1228 So. Main Gainesville only minutes from town. USED PARTS It
I ELECTRIC MOTORS ka (Felfer}); My Name is As- Taking application foi Call >964-7701, 8 a.m. to 3 P.m.
372-8191 3721102MOTOnC'YCLES her LevI'OtokJ. The Lizard FOR SALE. Female German tfchg Hwy. 301 H, Waldo I
; In a cup (Dickinson); Flrecrest Shepherd 6 months old. FHA 235 INTERESTED: IN BUYING OR
ELECTRIC (Canning)); Case of Robert Spayed. Has rabies shots. J. 468.I 998 SELLING.:: :
Motor Repair Co. Quarry (Carve); Birthday. F. Robertson Ph. 7823544. New Bride 3 and 4 WATER FRONT LOTS I
Lawtey. It. FOR SALE
Kill AND 1IHVICI Deathday (Pentecost); The Bedroom Homes CONTACT
Of Gainesville Inc.Repalring Blue Knight (Wambaugh) A Call for Details On Crosby Lake and Crosby

Realm nr ,f) Girl Named Sooner (Clauser) FOR RENTFurnished:' apartment Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet FOR RENT-! & 2 bedroom GEORGE: ; : kOIJKKTS! ( .
18ZUKIcfiU! Poor Poor Ophelia (Weston>; ., 3 rooms and bath. Adults Low Down Payment wide 8 feet deep) Located on ,
New and Used .. .- .........'10. 17" only. Ph. 964-8021. 201 andModerate Monthly State Road 100, 3 miles West furnished and unfurnished a- Rl\L: Ea1I'F;

2818 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 t ADULT NON-FICTION:. W. Adklns. Itchg. Payments of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vacation itchg par ents. W. H. Nollman. PHONE 96 .78Z6

Hedda and Louella<( ela! )The cottage mobile home or

MOVERS ... .._.,.i..............._...r Craft and Creation of Wood TTie LONGCIIAMP( HOMES Prices Investment.start at$1.295.00. $200 BABYSITTING In my home or 421 W. MADISON ST.
Ae"o" L01IA ; SAVE Itione 9M-W53 yours. I child $10 week 2 children
down and $35.00 month! for 36 ; -
& Confessions
.Lana Distance Moving' .. ."..TRADIS._..r.M............... Godfather(Puzo Papers> Buying: Other Country The.; Long Distance 191 !9oaU .unnn1g ((8 1/2 % simple Inter- $15 week. Any hours day
Storage w Packing ..-..... ......... ....".... Property; (Price)); Water Phone Calla StartoTF' eet. )). or night. Ph. 964-8716. lip

Crating;. Shipping iiZ 372-9527 Wasteland (Zurek), Peace with We now handle air line Call 964.7701 8 9 SEWING

free Estimates Call ca 0COMIT <<< S. 'LdMUSTBALDWIH.. China; I am Third (Savers); tickets. cruises, and tours. .pm'weekdaYI. tf
The Call (Roberts)}; The Games MACHINESolos
Children Play (Chapman}: The We offer special package e. orvo

Beatles (Aldridge)}; The Environmental :: Tour of NowDisney 1 IF YOU RENT OR IF YOU and Service

Law Handbook World BUY YOU PAY FOR THE
(Landau); American Indian Crl- HOME 'Dm PFAFF ELNA
PIANOS & ORGANS ale (Pierre) Beat Sports Stories Call 964.7.9 OCCUPYWe New Home
1971 (Marsh)} Wonderful LAKE GENEVA
Van Service Inc. ; TOWN FINANCE CO. Make It So Easy To SALES P"'RTSSERVICE
Dally (O 3340 N.E. Waldo Rd. C'vllleJ77 -<3P,laulfMUSIC Door (G riti), Poor Cousins SALES USED IMPORT CARS $49:50 up
rl Manners,); Your Will and What 12' wide. 24' wide
12' AND:'; 24' IDES Parts & Repairs on
AUTO to Do About It (KJIngHADVLT New Used Repos
PHONE 4734320OX all other Make. Mo.
GLOUNT PONTIAC C'vllle Shopping Clr. 372.5351 REFERENCE LEW'S Up To 12 Years To Pay IMPORTS, INC. chines.NATIONAL.
Hawthorne :Melville Stephen ROUTE 100 Means low
PaymentsWe '
GMS, INC. Farm and Industrial Crane (Cross)>; The World( Almanac WELDING SHOP Keystone H i>htf, Fl. 509 e. University

t Book of Facts, 1972 ColnetvllU.I 372.4373
Trade For
Equipment ; Anything From
Encyclopedia Vocational Guidance of Careers The Dictionary and Whispering FbiM .Mo Billy Coats To Battleship 611 W. Univ. Ave.

of World Pottery; &: tel US 301 >9. Phone The Glass Shop SEWING MACHINE-Ctamed. Gainesville, Florida

Santa Fe Tractor Porcelain (Wager Florida 984.8233 !T. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES oiled and adjusted: In your -378-1355

Factory Authorised( Almanac World 1972;Atlas Hammond; The:Medallion Oxford UTILITY TRAILERS Glass ;:;:! Phone Orange Ave. (U.S. '17)). repairs home $5.00.IHIIUJJ also. All/ work guarant.cleaner
Pontiac Companion to the Theatre CUSTOM BUILT For 284-5439 ..ed. Dennis E. Cogglns Phone ( '
Sal.s Part S.rvl. Tractors A Implements Hartnoll). GAS AND ELECTRIC fry Gr..n Cove Springs, F'a.M. 431-1428 tfchg f; Why Wait
$- 7
The Income
210 N. MainGainesville USED EQUIPMENT JUVENILE FICTION SHEET METAL InstalledVhiIeU.Wait .......................................-lafM \ 5m O W Tax
Fla. Whispering Mountain(Aften)); TRAILER Custom Vinyl!Auto Top Returns
SALES PART KVJCZ The Wild & Free Devllnfc The HITCHES :i FACTORY-HEL'-NEE' Dn-l You're Waiting

372-2583 Little Mermaid (Anderson) Annie INSTALLED 1017 N. Main Gtv1U.OLIN'S : U For Can Make
44M N. W. 6th 378-J34S Annie (Cone)); The GhosU

TRAILERS. GAINESVILLE FLA. (Barber)) The War for the Lot .' I Your Down Payment

MOBILB HOMCOnCPAIRSatBVtCBKlrby's (Lanier))i; Brothers> A Sisters i Owen Joist of Florida Inc. needs dependable, able : Today On The Mobile Home

M.fclU H.... Are Like That; A Long>Day Me-In MOBILE HOME SALES bodied factory Help. No experience necessary,' .
( Of Your
November Calnesi; work Choice. .
Steady overtime, fringe benefits.IF .
Itpclr & Sap,lbs! lie. Broom's car CFlelshchmaiOj! ; : Come To Our Office .

...-.-. Authorized Dealers For Journey to Untor OVIbfcerly)) ) > Service It Our = We'll Do The Rest.
2920 N.E, Rd. Evans'Incercherm The King's Falcon (Fox)) The Policy YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY =
Gainesville'' 376-0881 Guardians (Christopher)); A i I We Trade For Anything From
Siafllu Hewing & Air Cond-
Iciunin Equip. Crown for a Queen {Moray William 12 X 6) Deluxe Appliances Carpetaellh'lnlroom OWEN JOIST : I Billy Goats To Battleships.ST. .
sXLetters, .
..,...1.rwa'nntsISi 2 bachs, 3 bedrooms '400, this weekspeclalAlso
,,_... .1.w. .. M 30 ftr day SlIPpli.-Awnln.a of Thanks(Kempado)}; : used II)' X,'6', JOHNS MOBILE HOMES
i HII.... '"".11..Cam.. / ,.,. Air Conditioning Installed The Cow Neck Rebels(Forman)}: Lincoln City Road
n... v.... torvi'.a Dept. The Day of the Pigeons(Brown) Severe! finance Plans t Used Mobile Homes i through Friday ; Orange Ave. (U.S. 17)).
.. .. 1630. Up
All. M.k.kpr.nen".d. _I.' ".". 4500 N.". 6th St. Gainesville The !Sear'. House (Sachs)}; No Traded On New Unit 7:00: A.M. Te 5:00 P.M. i Phone 284-5439
.. _.,. Flying In the House (Brock) L. Croon Cove Springs F
Kaomry Air ; Hwy. 100 Wee Srarfc 964.5606 ,..
n.rcr.n'wy.tole 378-8902 ....0...O...S.N.NNNN.NeN....NNa ,

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