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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 8, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The Sweetest Strawberries, This Side of Heaven


Vol. 94, STARKE, FLORIDA 15*

No. 26 Thursday, February 8, 1973 Copy
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County .f Bids TakenOn


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answer has yet I

been given Brad-

ford County on its

request now week 1

old, to resume con-
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trol Installations of septic here.tank Power


C. II. Nasworthy, developing -
a subdivision on SR-16 "

east of Starke, and Col.James ," A H
A. Griffin questioned the coun- Ir ; fHq

ty commission on the proce- j .!*r d PriorityAssigned
dure to be used In applyingfor
a septic tank permit the ,l ltr1 B oardRefusesTo

county board referred themto ki 1LL
the Department of Pollu- :
tion Control of the Air and

Water Pollution Control BoardIn Li.w To MovePurchase
Jacksonville.That r ,dw; iIt'

agency assured juris- NegotiateWith of a new
diction of septic tank instal-
lations January 8 under an generating unit to

executive order from Gov. relieve Starke's
Keubln Askew taking that function -
away from the Divisionof TeachersTagging soon-to-be critical

Health and transferring It power shortage

to AWPC. moved a step closer -
Sanitarian Jack Trawick, In
charge of septic tank permits These five BHS cod ore award winning members of the Future Business Leaders of America. a requested meeting with Tuesday night

until the state take over Jan- the Bradford Education Association with the opening 0:
8 said the county will
uary still have, to go by a new Secretarial Honors with a'"union" label the School Board bids from live

state law no matter who per- Coeds Win refused to meet with, teachers to discuss equipment companies : -

forms the required percola-. ... submitting ten
tion test or who approves the .Bradford .}Hlgj,,I qualified six young' coeds to partiCipate finishing second In .Junior ,typing and! Kay,LewisAvasv .., ; contract stipulations. ,
permit. In tine 'State Leadership Conference by competing second In Senior typing. ,Also placing high third was BEA President Steve Miller the 'meeting would termed different proposals
State Law 1713 which requires in the Future Business Leaders of America District III Kathy Faulkner In Junior Accounting.In was chastised by School Board collective bargaining, which ranging from::

one acre of land anda meeting Saturday at Columbia High School In Lake City. addition to the six awards, the Bradford Chapterwas Chairman Rodney Hall for being Hall made It clear he Is com- :;8643,473; to$1.058-
water table 36 inches deepto also named the FBLA Chapter of the Month. This mitted against.
In competition with 15 different chapters for 12 north- a party to a union-type
tank
Install a septic su- award makes the chapter eligible for the State Chapterof to draw school board 105.
In move
percedes all other laws and east counties, Martha Buckley captured fourth place Supt Jim Temple said he
must be adhered to, Trawick Junior stenography, Jan Searle first in public speaking, the Year Award.In members Into a meeting and has been a part of a nego- High priority. has been as-
said. The commissioners a- and Miss Landa Thornton first In spelling relay. the above photo the girls are wearing uniforms tie them down with "binding tiating committee In Alachua et .'ned to purchase of a new
FBLA members got up to show other students they belongto arbitration" to a contract with County where he represented unit b) Council Chairman:Neil
greed. Joy Andrews qualified for the state conference by the club. which school board members
"We still must hue to the the principals. He maintainedany TucKer and the urgency of
state law no matter who per- would be completely ignorant negotiating group should action has been increased In
forms the percolation test," when going Into the meeting. recant: weeks b>'the announce-
was the opinion of Commis- Hall refused to meet under (See Page 4)) meat of a new shopping center -

sioner Dave Shuford. The test, RenderingPlant those conditions. for South Call Street,which
simply water poured In a hole Hampton Miller's request for the wilt further tax the already
dug in the ground, determineshow meeting with local teachers, ArmedRobber strained capability of the municipal -
fast water drains off and Included In two page pre- power plant.In .

thus the size of drain field pared statement which he read an Interview after the

needed. to the board, asked that "ne- meeting, Tucker left no doubt
Even if Trawick performsthe Under State Surveilance gotiations" be conducted on t'ut In his opinion, the city
percolation test, residents a "master contract." He was wir:: have to proceed on pur-
would still have to write AW PC accompanied to the board SoughtA c.' ,se of the unit, ". and
In Jacksonville for approvalof meeting by Rich Layer, representative tia: sooner the better"Tucker -
a permit was agreed. A close watch Is being kepton struction permit which expires Department of Pollution Con- "We certainly i appreciateyour of teacher organizations search Is on for the armed believes that the purchasem
National Protein's render- In March.What he thinks trol (DPC) asking that the concern and letting us In six area coun- be handled bj' a loan
robber who held the Hand-
"The Board is gonna catchIt Ing plant at Hampton to see will happen, Watkins said, Is county be fully Informed on know of the feelings of the ties, Including Bradford, Way Food Store up at the inter- from, : commercial banks at a
and I'm gonna catch It, that conditions causing odor that National Protein will request all actions taken on the mat- county commissioners. We, which call themselves Gator section of SR-16 and SR-225 b':1:1 Interest rate, rather than
said Sanitarian Trawick. are corrected before any type an extension of timeon ter.In too, have some reservationsabout Country Uniserv, and by Arnold Sunday morning. tits Issuance of revenue cer-
"What are you going to tella of operating permit Is Issued, the construction permit, a letter dated Jan. 26, the capability of the Erickson, a National Ed- Deputy Glen Sapp, who Is flcates.
man who's owned a pieceof the County Commission was not for a permanent opera- K.K. Huffstutler.DPC chiefof plant to comply with our rules ucation Association represen- assisting Deputy John Demp- Submitting bids Tuesday

land for 15-20 years hat told Monday. ting permit. the Bureau of Permitting, and regulations. tative assigned to Florida fora sey in the Investigation, saida ni fit were:

he can't build a house on If?" Frank Watkins of the Department "We don't intend to Issuea replied: "Field Inspections indicate two year period to assists man entered the store at -PeLavaJ Engine & Compressor -

Chairman Ralph Bryan told of Pollution Control, permanent operating per- operating problems are being tat e teacher associations 10:30 a.m., pointed a gun at : Division, 3170 h\\
Nasworthy his choice is either a division of the Air and Wa- mit," he said.Commission. experienced by the company which request help. the cashier, LocaNorman, and unit, 85000000.
go to one acre lots, as ter Control Board In Jack- Chairman especially with their pollu- can't I demanded He got an -Colt Industries(Fairbanks
"Why see a copy money.
required by AWPC, or install sonville, assured the com- Ralph Bryan said the county Chamber tion control system. Our field of this contract?" ChairmanHall undisclosed sum of money, -Morse) four proposals:
central water and sewage. mission Its feelings will be board has been consideringa personnel feel these problemscan repeatedly asked Miller, made Mrs. Norman go Into i 1. 2270 KIV'capacity unit,
Even with one acre lots, taken Into consideration before ;'
S7355200.
shorter period than die 3-5 be surmounted even If who refused to supply the the cooler room and then escaped
a percolation test must be an operating permit Is permit Watkins said his Seeks 2. 2270 Ktt unit, (replacing -
year additional consulting engin- chairman with a copy of the on foot.
Trawick pointedout. Issued. Watkins appeared at l"nlt0.: 7 at the
performed, present
usually issues. said
department tracking
here eering services are required, BEA demands which had already Deputy Sapp
the commission meeting :tnt. which has a capacity
to be the distributed to followed the trail of the p
this been dogs
and
Is there a feasible alternate Monday to discuss the rendering "We were thinking a shorter DoctorsIn appears toward of 740 KW) S643.473.00.
road
plant which has drawn period," said Bryan,mentioning case. every teacher In the county. robber along the 3. 4300 K\\ unit, $1,058,105.

( Page 4)) complaints about odor from a permit which expires an attempt to recruit (See Page 4)) Miller 1 replied repeatedlythat guardhouse the prison, the but man that was near apparently -a 4. 4100 KW unit, replacingNo.

Hampton residents during almost every six months. doctors to the Starke area each board member wouldbe picked up bj a car. 7, $980,477.00.

the entire several "We could very well do a delegation of five businessmen supplied with a copy of The robber was describedas In a covering letter, Colts
months the plant has been In that," Watkins said. returned home with about Clay Electric the so-called "master contract" a white male, blond, of :Ud If Its bid was accepted
operation. "Is it your feeling National 25 prospective contacts. at the proposed meet- slender build "and about 5-8 before March 1, $43,225 couldbe
T1r wourn uric has visit- Is District FiveNominations Ing. Miller, Layer, and Erlck
} Watkins said he Protein getting thingsin Target of the drive was the In height with a clean cut deducted from proposalNo.
"- ed the rendering plant several order?" asked Commis- son said none of the teacher At the time, he from
doctors from out- appearance. 1; or $34,463 proposal -
1,000 or so
times. In talking with resi- sioner George Roberts. of-state who took the licen- proposals would be placed In was wearing a blue shirt and No. 2. The Colt bids
dents at Hampton he was told Some Improvements are being examination In Tampa school board policy unless blue dungarees. pn-vldlng for replacing I'nit
is odor at times sing Z. W. Hamilton and A. L. both teachers and board mem-
I there some
1 made at the rendering through 7 were lower because this
conducted Saturday nomi-
J ) Aiken
When vis- (Buster were bers agreed the proposals
Watkins said.
1 still, plant, Watkins said, but much Tuesday by the State Boardof nated candidates for the Boardof would be educationally wo .Id eliminate the neces-
Protein
plantno cepted
National WetDryPetition
iting the remains to be done to elim- Medical Examiners. Directors of Clay Electric sound.In sity, of extending the present
until he
was
odor detected
A- 16 feet
inate the odor problem. power plant building
the Watkins John local Chamberof Cooperative at the District 5 his prepared statement
right at plant, Myers, accommodate
material Is In order to anoder -
reas where raw held Monday nightat
said. Commerce vice president, meeting Miller asked negotiation on bay. Part of the foundation -
unloaded now isn't completely said that many of the doc- the Brooker elementary teaching conditions, wager, Is FiledIn
Watkins pointed\ out the plantIs enclosed, Watkins said school. of Unit 7 could then
an He
South.ldeSTOIUPEDE tors Interviewed expressed and fringe benefits.
be used for the new unit.
operating now under a con-
Trucks bringing raw ma- Interest In moving to a small Hamilton who has servedon termed the present communications the
an attempt to bring All other bids of Colt and
terial into the plant will also city In a rural area, but that the board since 1961, received system with the tea-
Issue of legal county liquor the other
have to be carefully watched 93 votes and Aiken was companies were on
no definite commitments were chers unsatisfactory becauseit
Set Friday Seedling SaleSuccessful for leakage, Watkins said. obtained. runner-up with 38. Accordingto operates primarily from sales before local voters, supporters a "turn key" Job, Including

Fb9 National Protein executives Other members of the delegation Clay Electric by-laws,both the top down. of will a "wet-drj"be seeking referendum the- extension: of the building, unit
have said their firm uses Marc Jackson of their names will appearon foundations, and other costs
were: Miller was quested about of 25 cent of
3.1 P.M. completely enclosed trucks president-elect to the C of C; the ballot at the annual Coop signatures per of installation.
241
how many of the county's the registered voters In the
Games, RidesFor Over 200 persons bought which can carry water with- Ralph Bryan chairman,Brad- meeting at Keystone teachers the BEA represents. county. -Worthington, Inc. bid
All Ag.t 475 of 500 tree seedling packets out leaking. ford County Commission; E. Heights on March 22. Russell lie said 141. The first step toward the $709,396.00 on a 2200 KW
Saturday, Feb. 3, at the lie doesn't know how the W, (Hodges, Jr., trustee of the Green ran third at the district It was also disclosed that referendum was taken Mon- unit. Alternate proposals submitted
Chicken Supper Building AWPC will react to Na- with 24 votes.
a
Bradford Agriculture Bradford County Hospital; meeting, about 50 members met Mon- day when Randolph Lee Jones were:
Proceeds To By on US-301 north tional Protein request for an George Canova the hospital Nominations for director may day night. That meeting has secretary of the Starke Jaycees No. 1 1-- 3330 KW,835305. I
County Agent Bobby Taylor extension of time on Its construction administrator and Rev. J.C. also be made from the floorat
; been termed high school In the
by filed
a petition
a
School Equipment termed the tree sale "very permit t., Watkins Brown, a representative of the annual meeting. official as secret. courthouse. Sponsors of the 00.No.. 22500 KW,$731,320.00. .-
successful." Each packet contained said The question may haveto the Starke Ministerial: Alliance A.E. Anthony gave a slide
"The board should discuss 120 to .
Court have days
yr1i attempt now
?
2 dogwood, before the AWPC boardof presentation depleting the
nine trees, go
"
these things, Erickson said. obtain 1,712 required signa -Norberg Corporation bid
: (( 1 redbud. 2 sand pines, and 4 directors. overall operation of the-Co-op the $801,000.00 2650 KW
umnumiii "If don't close on a
r
) you you tures.If .
slash pines, and sold for $1 l But Watkins assured the During the past two years and the duties of Its em- "
$921
door. that hurdle Is passed the unit and 500.00 on 3500
&tatr Hank each. county his department will Florida has been third among ployees.
The sale was sponsored by "watch National Protein the 50 states in the numberof District 5 comprises all "Really alt we're askingIs petitioners will then present KW.The
each to sit down and discuss their document to the county; meeting was thrown Into -
Amount, Now .Iv... Up the Division of forestry of carefully. physicians licensed Clay Electric members In meeting mild confusion at the out-
things In an orderly commission which by law.
To SJO.OOO brF the Florida Department of Agriculture At the direction of the coun- year, with only New York and Bradford, Baker, and Duval "
.>...1 D.-" _._ c_ and Community Af- ty board, Its attorney, Gene California licensing more, acCording Counties. About 200 attendedthe Layer told the board. must call for an election within ((5.. Page )
He
and whether
Hall argued 30 days.
fairs. Shaw, recently wrote to the to Palmer. meeting.
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.(I Anniversaries / :W rfe J 07/ Weddings :

.1(I Birthdays Parties V(jl .Ii fA )th I. U tae /irlf u rte e W Club Births P.rsonals Meetings .IJe do..


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+I Showers Gladys Mooty, Society Editor, 964-7608

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Mrs. Alexander, Junior Club

Recent Bride, Plans PartyAt

., Honored At t Showe r'' Nursing HomeMrs.
,
L r: Rosemary Schlder,
Mrs. William J. Alexander, ; ..rM Head Start representative,
former Deborah Green, a was guest speaker at the Jun-
recent bride was honoredat ior Woman's Club meeting
a miscellaneous bridal Thursday night, Feb. 1, at the
shower on Jan. 24 at the club house. She explained the
home of Mrs. John L. Brad background and organizational -
ley Jr. at KIngsley Lake structure of the Bradford
with Miss June Jarvis assist- County's; Head Start program.
ing.The The club will have a Valentine
refreshment table was .. party; on Sunday Feb.
covered with a linen cloth 11, for the Starke Nursing
and centered with a "Love" Al, Home. Also a Crimson King
centerpiece circled by pink Maple tree, donated by Ro
candles In silver holders and i \ ster's Nursery, will be planted ]
pink daisies. Feb. 16 at the Starke Ele-
Games were enjoyed by the mentary School playground.
guests during the evening. 1 : The club Is planning to havea
Noegel-Cumming/ / Among those present were \tJ:4 canasta and bridge card
Mrs. Inman Green, motherof
a M party on Feb. 21. Details] will
Date/ Set March 10 the honoree, and Mrs. L.D. be announced later.
Green, grandmother of the \ ./ Mrs. Charles Goodowns,
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin E. honoree. hostess, used hearts and flowers When You Care EnoughTo
Noegel of Lake Butler announce The hostesses presented sy11II and the Valentine theme
the engagement and approaching the honoree with a thermal on the refreshment table for Send The Best!
marriage of their blanket and a set glassware "', the social hour following the Very
daughter, Cindy, to Barry as a memento of the occasion. 1 meeting.
Walter Cumming, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert A.Gumming, 1 HarveyGrovesWedding VALENTINES DAY
Jr. of Jacksonville.
Steve Walker of Fort Lauderdale Set
The wedding will be an eventof Dr. Honored On RetirementDr.
was the Saturday overnight Covington
March 10 at 4 at the
p.m. guest of Mr. and Libby Harvey daughter of 'Ned1esda'Februay 14Mitchell's
First Christian Church, Lake Mrs. J. H. Moncrief. Mrs. A.Y. Covington, recently retired as director of the Cloy-Bradford-Union Mr. and Mrs. E.:: C. Harveyof
Butler,In with the a church reception Fellow following Sybil Betts and granddaughter County Health Departments, Is presented with an engraved plaque as a highlightof Lawtey, and Wayne Groves,
Nina King, of Quincy are son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
28. the Health
ship hall his retirement reception Sunday, Jan. Making presentation Is Store
Groves
the Moncrlefs from of Starke will be u- Drug
visiting
All friends and relativesare Wednesday to Friday. Nurse Arlen McKnight, with Mrs. Covington smiling approval. ailed In marriage on Friday,
invited to attend. - --_,. Feb. 16 at 8:00: pjn. In the
Linda Gunter First Baptist Church of Law- 127 E. CALL ST.
Mrs. Ruby Johns and Mrs. tey with a reception follow-
Weds M r. Gatlin Clyde B. Terwlllegar, Jr. ing In the church recreation STARKE, FLORIDALAZBOY
In Church RitesMiss 'were In St. Augustine Sundayand building.
also visited Mr. and Mrs. All friends and relativesare
J. H. Truluck In Sanford. Invited to attend.
Linda Rhoden Gunter
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and Marion R. Gatlin were
.1 united In marriage on February
2 at the Morgan Road
tist Church. The double rig
ceremony was performed by SALERECLINAROCKER
Rev. Bob Cooper.The .
bride, daughter of Mrs.
j i .,
t.
Bertha Rhoden of Hampton,
and the late Carl Rhoden,
chose for her wedding a long SALE
baby blue semi-formal, witha
sequin-trimmed bodice and
matching accessories. She
IQ carried a white Bible topped
: with a nosegay of spring flow SAVE FROM $32.00"0 $44.00

ers.Her attendants were her
daughter, KImberly Michelle,
and Mrs. Walter Rhoden. ". ....4... And enjoy Jhe famous La-Z-Boy Reclina-Rockerof your choice. Any style on this page, in any
,:.The bridegroom,:son of Mr. ;\7 ,..' .', \P of many fabrics.or vinyls:.AU In a brilliant range of'colors Only La-Z-Boy gives you this faultless
R.' Gatlln of \
.
and Mrs. W. .
Hampton had as his best man jIij.'It combination of recline and rocking'ease just lean back into the relaxing angle of your choice,
Walter Rhoden. or use as the finest platform rocker. Now is the time to enjoy this often imitated but never dupli.

Following the ceremony, a cated combination of luxurious comfort and carefree good looks. Quantities are limited, so be
reception was held at the homeof among the first.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rho
den In Hampton.
After a short wedding trip,
the couple will reside in
Starke.


Mrs. L. A. Weekly of Oca-
la was Sunday visitor of Mr.
and Mrs. E. W. Hayes.

I Present'TheatreInTheRound' ..... .
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| E''M' 1 bile Homes Inc. 1

4500 N.W. 6th Street Gainesyill., Fia. 4 IR\\ J

The Storybook Players of phere for the drama. In the
Sales & Service
Jacksonville will bring theatre other play, "Take Me to The
"in-the-round" to children Treasure," the spectators are 1 YEAR CONDITIONAL WARRANTYAll
and adults when they even credited In the programas
present two plays at the Brad the Sunshlney Warriors. Sizes Including Doublewides i
ford High School gym on Sat- These young actors, directed 1 iLL
urday, Feb. 10, at 10 a.m. by Marion Conner, well Prices Competitive \
The teenage actors will known In Jacksonville dramatic
stage "Bluebird Had Wife," circles, will appear In CLIFF RANKIN, ,Manager
calling on the audience to Join Starke under the auspices of
PHONE 3725267PHONE
the BradfordUnionBaker
In creating a proper atmosWoman's -
Girl Scouts.
Club The group's credits Include -
presentation by the Council ,
To Have ProgramOn of the Arts at the Jackson ****************** : -
ville Arts Festival for all Reg. $221.00 SALE It00' Reg j20000 SALE 16900
EcologyThe of the 12 years since the Play-
ers Inception, and a regular SLOHESHOE a
Starke Woman's Club television program on Channel
will have a program on Ecology : 4 for five years.
and Pollution under the Tickets are on sale at the REPAIR
Home Life Department with Starke Public Library, or I |
Mrs. Robert Turner, chair- from Girl Scout Leaders, or
man, at the luncheon-meeting at the door on the day of
p.m.Wednesday, Feb. 14, at 12:15: performance centage of the for profit$1. A from per | "We Give You The Best" ** LJj T\6ttw\ LtI

Hostesses will be:Mrs.Jack the performance will go to
Hazen, Mrs. ervln Andrews, the Girl Scout Council. *
Mrs. Lester Crews Mrs.O.L. Use Number
Haynes Jr., Mrs. W.T. Jack- Only One *

son Sr., Mrs. A.R. McRae, Mrs. James Shaw and fa
Mrs. J.T. Moore, Mrs. Paul ther-in-law, Clayton H. Shaw Materials At Lowest 4
Raymond, Mrs. E.B. Searing, of Putnam, Conn, are visit-
Mrs. D.L. Silcox. Mrs. Den- ing Mrs. Shaw's parents, Mr.
$ Possible PricesALSO 4 I
ton Sumrall and Mrs. Mer- and Mrs. R. M. McRae, this
ritt Williams. week.

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REDDING WRITEUPSAND $ Shoes Dyed-Zipper Work $ it I -4 ).I.

[; PICTURES Orthopedic Work I ,II IRag.


MUST BE TURNED; I IS $233.OO SALE II' 00 Re. $237.00 SALE Iff00

\WITHIN TWO WEEKS OF WEDDING DATF Miscellaneous Work # ,


OTHERWISE THEY CANNOTBE Of All Kinds .

PUBLISHED AS [NEWS.; Y l T1 --

114 West Call St. Starkt, Fla. atlTlttT 11 sIM Denmark Furniture Co. Of Starke :

Your CooperationWill :
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Mrs. W. II. Hart and Mrs. Antique Show \

Jeople) ou3Rno\11 Natalie atives In Thornton Jacksonville visited Sunday.rel- This Lake WeekendIn Cars Cars Cars

CityThe
Local admittances to Brad-
A lexander ford County Hospital this week
-Green Showers Given J.R. Kelly was in Tallahassee Include: Clarence Moore, annual Antique Show

Wedding VowsExchanged Miss Sunday and Monday attend- Misty Koehler, Donald Mag- and Sale, sponsored by the .
For Harvey, ing a meeting of the Flori- yari, Mrs. Ruth Lee, Mrs. Lake City Garden Club, will CLEANUsed
Jan. 27 BrideelectMiss da Revenue Department. Ruby Grlffls. Mrs. Nonnle be held Friday. Saturday and ;
Peeples, Mrs. Edna Sauve, Sunday, Feb. 9, 10, 11, at the ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Watersof SIll Smith, Mrs. Llndsey Lake City National Guard Armory ;
Miss Deborah Ann Green, Libby Harvey, bride- Tallahassee were weekend Quick, Mrs. Winnie Davis, .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. elect, was honored at a bridal guests of Mrs. Vergle Flynn. and Pamela Goolsby, Starke;
Inman D. Green, and William shower last Friday nightin Mrs. Mildred Johnson and Friday and Saturday hours
Joel Alexander of Keystone the Education Building of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rid- Paul Hall, Keystone Heights; will be from 12 noon to 9:30 !
Heights, son of Mrs. Otis the Lawtey Baptist Church. gon of Jacksonville were last John Crews and Noeba A. p.m., and on Sunday from 12
Forsyth of Hampton and William Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Wednesday visitors of Mrs. Blake, Lawtey; Marty Rhoden to 6 p.m. Those attendingwill
F. Alexander of Palatka Norman, Mrs. Octavian NI- J.L. Gentry. Hampton Mrs. Ollle have the opportunity to ,
were united In marriageon cula, Mrs. B. E. Reddish, Smith, Waldo; ; and Leonard win the grand prize, a cruise f
Saturday, Jan. 27, at 3:00 Mrs. Jack Kuhne, Mrs.James Elder and Mrs. Cromer Wilkinson, Jr., Ralford. Nassau, anddellclous Cars
p.m. at the home of the bride's Norman, Mrs. George Shu- Crawford of Orlando were Sat- WILLIAM WATSON homecooked meals will be
parents, 1313 Ralford Road ford, and Mrs. Leon Starling urday overnight guests of Mr. From Troop 518 n' Clearance Sale served each day.
with Rev G. L. Harper per- and Mrs. P.D. Reddish. yl'Yz' Off Leila's
forming the nuptials. Gold Streamers, centeredby The show Is for the benefitof
Centering the mantle a bell, were hung over the the Hampton Scout the club's Scholarship Pro-
was Among those attending Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tllley
an arrangement of pink and refreshment table. The table Ringllng Bros.Circus In Jacksonville First EagleIn spent the weekend with their gram and other Community; There All At
white carnations and fern. was covered with white cloth during the weekend son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Garden projects. Among the
Robert Fulgham attended as and centered by an arrange- were: Mr. and Mrs.R.V.Tur- Troop 518 and. .Mrs. Davis Cowan, in thousands of items on display -
best man. ment of mixed seasonal flow- ner and daughters, Vicky and Tampa. will be antique furniture,
Miss Marie Green attended ers. Three cakes, decoratedIn Claire, Mr. and Mrs. E.L. William R. Watson Jr. 17 jewelry, silver, lamps,
,
tier sister maid of honor white and blue, were a- B.C. brass, prints, and
as Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. last week became tile first Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. guns many
wearing a pink and wine colored mong the table appointments. Ferguson and daughter, Julie, Eagle Scout of Troop 518, John W, Griffin, Mrs. A. S. others. BALDWINhevyOld
gown with matching head- Punch was served at a separ- Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and Starke, sponsored by the Harrison, and Brian Hamil-
ate table.
dress. She carried a nosegayof children, Kevin and Mary ton attended the MerchandiseMart
Church of Latter Day Saints. Clearance Sale
pink and wine carnations. Among the 35 guests were Anne, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne In Tampa Sunday.
He Is the of Mr. and
son
Mrs. E. C. Harvey, mother ft Off Leio
Miss Dee Clark
attended
her Harper and son, Tlmmy"Mr.and .
Mrs. William Watson, Sr. of
of the honoree and Mrs. E.
cousin as bridesmaid,and was Mrs.Seeber Goodman, and Mr. and Mrs. John Reevesof
Hampton and graduated earlier -
attired C. Groves, mother of the Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Gra-
Identical
to the honor Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Hoi ton. this from Bradford Houston, Texas are visit-
bridegroomelect.The year ddlck of Dothan, Ala. were
attendant. High School. lie has earned ing Mrs. J. E. Wilson from
Given in hostesses presented the last Tuesday overnight guests
marriage by her Sunday to Thursday.Mrs. .
Clearance Sale his one-mile swim award, silver -
father, the bride wore a long honoree with a piece of lug- of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
gage as a memento of the yt Off Leila's medal appreciation, lIa- Lawson.
empire gown of white with occasion. waliana Medal(obtainable onlyIn B. J. Eggers and Mrs.
lace bodice, sheer long Hawaii), 30 merit badges J. A. Eggers of Jacksonville
sleeves Mr. and Mrs. Richard Den- Mrs.: Myrtle Anderson and
with lace cuffs, high visited relatives here Thurs-
historic trails awards andInterpreter's
,
neck and lace collar. Her veil nis of Jacksonville visited her He also grandson, Eddie Schwab, visited -
of illusion was secured to a parents, Mr. and Mrs.Harvey strip. day.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John
On Monday night Miss Har- Edwards, on Sunday. serves as patrol leader and Anderson in Callahan Saturday -
of
cap lacy flowers and she assists Scoutmaster Russell and Mrs. Kirby Pad-
carried an arrangement of vey was complimented with a In the gett of Plant ity were guestsof 1970 Jeep
Bryant leading troop.
miscellaneous! shower at the
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ma-
pink and white carnations. William has been a senior Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Red-
A Hampton Lake home of Mrs. thews of Clinton, Tenn. are Misses Denise Winkler
reception was also held dish the first of the week. ,
at the Green home. Mrs.Rob- R. V. Durrance. Cohostesses here on an extended visit with patrol leader, scribe,Instructor Doris Overstreet and Evelyn 4. Cylinder 4. Speed 4 Wheel Drive
Junior assistant
bie Shaller cut the bride's were Mrs. Joey Dampier, relatives. and his Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mor- Sinclair of FSU were home Runs Perfect
scoutmaster during career -
cake, Mrs. John L. Bradley, Mrs. Paul Wheeler and Mrs. In scouting. rison of Leesburgvisited!Mrs. for the weekend.
Steve Kirkland
Jr. presided at the punch bowl, The refreshment table was Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton Troop 518 has been char- Henry Morrison over the $1,495
and Mrs. Charles Zlpperer i covered with a white lace and Mr. and Mrs. Eston Jor- tered here for about three weekend.Mr. Dr. and Mrs. Ray Hesse
greeted guests at the door. cloth over blue linen and cen- dan were In Tlfton, Ga. Sun- years and meets each Thurs- of Jacksonville were Satur-
Miss Shellee Smith kept thebride's tered with a Hallmark shower day visiting Mr. and Mrs. day at 7:30: p.m. at the churchon and Mrs. C.L. Cooper day visitors of Dr. and Mrs.II. .
book. umbrella. This was flankedby R. L. Whiddon and family. Bessent Road.Clearance. 'visited friends and rela- II. Adams.
After a wedding trip to St. gold candle holders with tives in Cross City Saturdayand 1967 Chevelle
Augustine and Palatka the cou- tapers. !Mrs. Kirkland Mrs. C. II. Fink,' Jr. and Sale also attended the Scott Mrs. E. M. Davis visit-
yellow
ple Is residing in Keystone presided at the punch bowl children of New Orleans, La. ft Off Leila's -Lee wedding in Chiefland ed her sisters, Miss Mamie Malibu 4 Door Hard Top Power
Heights where Mr. Alexanderis and Mrs. Wheeler served the visited her mother, Mrs. Ella at the homo of Mr. and Anderson and Mrs. P. E. and Brakes Air Condition
employed at DoVltt C.Jones cake. Moody, last week.Clearance Friends of Edward Schwa. Mrs. J. B. Langston.Mrs. Stone, in Archer over the Steering,
Funeral llome. of Merritt Island will weekend. Road Ready.
Games with prizes were enjoyed -
be interested to know he of
Sale Lester Weekly
by the 26 guests who
Ecology Film Included Mrs. E. C. Harvey, V2 Off Leila's Is seriously 111 In Wuesthoff Ocala was a Sunday visitorof Bill Adams of Athens, Ga. $895
Memorial Hospital, Rock- and F. W.
mother of the honoree, and Mr. Mrs. was home for the weekend.
To Be Shown Mrs. E. C. Groves, mother ledge. Strickland.
of the bridegroomelect.The 1970 AmbassadorWagon
During FebruaryDuring
hostesses presented the
honoree with a peignoir set VALENTINE Clean As New, In Good
the month of Feb- as a memento of the occas- Shope And Road Ready.

ruary cooperation Robert with Barksdale the Starke In ion. $1,895

Woman's Club is presenting DUPLICATE BRIDGE '
three movie shorts 'at both the
CLUB RESULTS !

Drive-In Florida: entitled Theatre 1 "Climate'and'301 of There were ties for first ALE J972 Vega J Panel ExpressLike

Change", "To Conserve and ar.d second places at Duplicate r f 1.. New All Over, Radio And
Protect" and "Best Food Afloat" Bridge Tuesday night Heater, Perfect For Delivery

These shorts furnishedby where there were five tables Remember Valentine's Day, Feb. 14th..Save At Carps! Vehicle One Owner.
the Clark Distribution \
On\y\\
In play. First: Charlie Bur- Sat.
Company of Jacksonville, nett-Jack Ripple Mrs. Rhea 'Thurs., Fti., $1,695 !OJ
point out the ecological problems Joiiison-Mrs.' Hilda Dey; se-
,'and will be shown along con.1: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walnwrtght -
with the regularly scheduled : Townsend Dent and 1970 Ford RancheroNice
mo\les. Ken Dent. New Spring Styles! i i

's1 r In Every Way New Radial
MYF' OfficersTo Misses Polyester \ f ti Tires Air Condition

Be InstalledThe Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jack- 2-Piece '
son and daughters attendedthe $1,995
Florida Hardware Showat \ \
Methodist Youth the Jacksonville Beach Civ- Pant SuitsOur

Fellowship of will officers have at an their Installation ic Auditorium Sunday. it i.. 1968 Olds 98 4 DoorLocal

meeting Sunday evening at Clyde B. Terwillegar Jr. t 1 One Owner Car Perfect
6:30: at the church. attended the Ford Motor Co. reg. $14.99 Condition all the Power
Taking office will be president meeting in Hollywood from s t way
f
!Nelson: Green; vice- Sunday to Tuesday and also and Air Condition.

president, Todd Schmidt; se- visited his mother, Mrs.Ter- t t1 tt
cretary Janet Hoyce; Trea- wlllegar, Sr., at Surfs Ide. 1 v 4i 1 $1,895
surer, Diane Crews; and ser-
geant at arms Doug Reddish.
Clearance Sale '
Plans are being made for 1970 Opel Wagon"Clean"
Valentine skating party on Yz Off Leila'sMr. \
Feb. 16 at the Orange Park 1 1 L t One Onwer Gas
and Mrs. Gerald Norman -
skating rink Saving 4 Cylinder Engine
and son visited Mr. and '
Mrs. B. J. Eggers in Jack- With 4 Speed Transmission
NormanMasseyMr sonville Sunday.
_ $950
Y1ti Yours For
and !Mrs. Carlos !Norman : THE BRADFORD 1288Dr And Hang Jacquard Pattern
of Ralford announce the COUNTY TELEGRAPH '
1971 Ford XLT
approaching marriage of their Published every Thursdayat i' C66 Ranger

daughter, !Nell: to Handall A. 138 W. Call Street Fully Loaded With All The
:Massey, son of Mr. and !Mrs
Starke, Florida 32091 'h Our S6.99 SAVE SI.33 F
Edward L. Massey of the State Y L4xru'i'. reg o Power And Luxury Things Ford
Decorator colors. Perma press, tumble dry, no- Has To Offer
Farm New Set
Second Class postage paidat Of
;
4 j iron. 48" wide, 63" long.
The will take ?rk'.a White
wedding placeat Starke, FloridaSubscription' t Sidewall Tires
the Pine Grove Methodist i 1 48" Wide, 84" Long. JL66
Church on Feb. 21 at 8 p.m. Rates:
$2,695
A will follow In Our reg. S7.99 SAVE SI.33
reception
In trade area: $6.00 per
the club house at the State year; $3.50 six months {r! j f'' Save now! Machine
.
Prison.All friends and relatives are Outside trade area: $7.00 + 'v* washable. Assorted 1969 Olds 88 4 Door

Invited to attend. per year; $4.00 six months :rtt, ,1 novelty short sleeve 100% Polyester
; Drive It To Appreciate The

1 '.k si'<}! tops with solid color WEAVLOK PANELS Quality Of This Fine Car.

"iV'l, pants. Sizes 1020. Full Power and Air Condition

? $u PRESEASONISCOUNT n? $1,695
4 2.79
1, i 52x63 No Iron
AR
MACHINE WASHABLE 1970 Chevrolet
ON ALL NEW CHRYSLER AIRTEMPAIR 1/2/ Ton

CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT. .. 6 Cylinder Standard Shift

ACT NOW..AND SAVE! Low Milage One Owner
Gigantic Women'sSHOE Kant-Slip

STARKE APPLIANCEYour Ir' Furniture Throws $1,695

Our S4.49
jjJ reg

-/irtemp/ M Dealer SALE! i .l SAVE 614 See You Soon At


Flats, Casuals, Sport And Dress Shoes. (BALDWIN CHEVROLET

'/HERE/ FAIR PRICES c W60' X 70"

AND QUALITY WORKIS $ T' .. r washable.No-iron, Machine Solids.

OUR PRIDE. 1 2 $3 and florals.

Professional Repairman employed 70" X 90" Our reg. $7.49 SAVE $1.61 5.88
'
/ .
70" X 120" Our reg. $9.49 SAVE $2.61 7.88
For Information Many styles to choose from. Sizes 510.
70" X 140"Our reg.S1149 SAVE $2.61 9.88
ui in MM ire rFna
'I CALL 964-8363
STARKE, FLORIDA
OR COME BY

322 BROWNLEE, QUALITY. COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES Charge it "Sooner or Later Your Favorite Deal.,"

STARKE, FLA.
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of_TELEGRAPH Feb. 8, 1973
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Hall SupervisorWith PromotedTo Attacks Cat Squirrel WomanA Septic( Page TanksFrom 1)) Audit Critical Of B landing Lease I



DupontThe tive to septic tanks If not Col. Harry M. Hatcher, Jr., Shop on fire. Shop personnel to duty. ..displayed by these individuals from complete loss of dollars., thereby saving I
gray cat squirrel appar- central sewage system is available is shown presenting the Distinguished started to fight the fire priorto The outstanding heroism helped save the shop thousands
ently didn't like Mrs. Titus Commissioner Service Medal to the arrival of local fire departments -" B HJUHU1 a .*A
g
of RodneyP. OBaB t BH
promotion *
q 110 t t o ojuuuyytfto p JUl
Olson's when she al-
greeting; George Roberts asked. personnel employed at the which had been -
Hall to Supervisor, High
spoke to It the squirrel lun- Combined Support Main
A
land field Services, has been Yes, Trawick said. 1,200 erted.
announced by Gordon B. How- ged at her three times, tear- gallon per day system would tenance Shop, Camp Blending SSG Dyal received the Distinguished -
of DuPont's ing up her legs. cost $1,400. That Is sufficient From left to right: Col. Hat- Service Medal for
ell Highland, manager and Trail Ridge Mrs. Olson saw the squir- for the average family, he cher, SSG James E. Dyal climbing stairs to the upper
rel sitting on the ground next said. SFC Donald C. Wainwright level of the shop and walkingthe
plants.A native of Bradford County to her garbage can as she Another alternative whereit SSG E. D. Norman, SP5 Lar- rails of the overhead crane
approached the can. She spoke K. Goodall and ventilator windows,allowing -
Hall is married and the Is Impossible to Install a ry Hosley to open
father, of two sons. The fam- and the squirrel attacked at below the ground septic tank, Hawkins. The awards were smoke to escape so
resides on Highway 18 her residence on South Wal- is a raised drain fleld.Al- presented on behalf of Gov. other personnel could see to Our
ily east of Hampton. nut street In Starke. ternate layers of sand and Reubln Askew and MaJ. Gen. fight the fire. The crane rails .
Hall has 23 of military Mrs. Betty Register was rock support an above the Henry W. McMillan, the .Ad- are located 18 feet above a cement -
years coming out of Dr.Wayne Whif- jutant General for floor.
experience on active and ground drain field In that me- heroism
status. He is presently fen's office, across the street thod. Raw sewerage then tric- displayed while helping to SFC Wainwright organizedand
-
reserve from the Olson's, saw Mrs. extinguish fire In directed fire fighting per-
serving In 3rd Bn., 20th kles down through the beds a the Com-
Special Forces Airborne, of Olson coming around the building of sand and rock which removes bined Support MaintenanceShop sonal safety. Business
the Florida National Guard with her ligs bleedingand about 90 percent of on March 14, 1972. SSG Norman proceeded into .
'
Special Forces with headquarters took Mrs.Olson for emergency pollutants, Trawick said, with Upon arriving for work that the smoke filled shop,climbedr
In Jacksonville. He is treatment at Bradford the water running out the end morning, personnel found the Into a burning truck and directed -
chairman of the Bradford County Hospital. of the drain field. Such a main building of Maintenance other personnel in mo-
Police shot the squirrel and the truck from the burn-
raised system would cost a- ving
School Board and
County active -
in the Florida School Sanitarian Jack Trawick is bout$1,000 to Install, he said.A Williams Ing building, thus preventingthe Hours
Association having tests run to see if small aerobic central sewage truck's gasoline tanks
being
Board a
the squirrel is rabid. Tra- plant the AWPC has aPproved from exploding and spreadingthe
vice president director of
a
the executive board, and a wick said there have been no can be seen at White- Hires Aide fire.
member of several standing cases of rabid squirrels here head's Trailer Park on SR- SP5 Goodall climbed onto the
so he doubts Mrs. Olson has 230 east of Starke, Trawick burning roof and used a fire
committees.Hall D-
A Rep. Frank Williams, of the roofso
anything to worry about. said. axe to open areas
was first employed by report on the tests was due Starke, announced Tuesday the water could be applied to
DuPort in 1953 at the Trail Residents Interested In Installing -
appointment Jimmy Crosby,
back today. timbers. lie directed
burning
Ridge Plant, and In May of But Trawick also warns that septic tanks mustnow Jr. as his legislative aide. personnel manning the hoses 24 hours a day
1955: became a surveyor, serving it is abnormal for a wild ani- request a permit from the regional Crosby Is a life time resi- while placing himself in
both the Highland and office of the Depart-
dent of Bradford County anda
mal to allow a human to approach extreme danger on the burn-
Trail Plants. He of Pollution Control at
the Ridge close to it. A wild ment graduate of Bradford High roof.
ing
held this position until his 4441 Emerson Street, Jack- School. He is presently a sen-
animal which allows a humanto Mr. Hawkins, one of the
present promotion. approach is liable to be sonville 32207. The form must ior at the University of Flo- first to arrive, got fire hoses 7daysaweek
be filled out and returned to
rida and plans to graduatethis
sick, the sanitarian warns, and from the storage area and per-
the Division of Pollution Con- summer with a B.A. In
should be left alone. It is sonally coupled and manned
Odor. liable to attack, as the squir- trol for approval to be granted. Public Relations. hoses,during the initial stagesof
rel did Mrs. Olson. It must contain resultsof "He will be keeping the Dls- thei fire. He received the
Trawick said that children, the percolation. trict 25 Legislative Office Florida Commendation Medal

(From Page 1)) especially, should be warnednot perform If Trawick the percolation Is approved tests to, open legislative and helping responsibilities with other," for his conspicuous devotion Enjoy round-the-clock banking with us.

"The company's construc- to get friendly with wild it will save local residentsthe said Williams.The By mail. Making deposits or paying loansis
animals.
tion permit terminates In $30 or more to have a district office Is locatedat Drivers Tests
March of 1973 and, unless private qualified individual 120 S.Court Street In Starke. as easy as mailing a letter.

the problems have been solvedby perform the test. As of now, "The purpose In opening the Offered 5 DaysTests Come in for a free
that time, no permit to no one in Bradford County is district office is so the people -
operate will issued.Therefore -r hF Ofd ftITlEL4c approved by the Division of will have a place to come Bank-by-Mail form.
the company will be Pollution Control to performthe and let us know their opinionson
for a Florida DrIver's Better ask for mail.
yet one by
required to close down until' ( \ vyy test Issues concerning our dis- license are now being ,
they can meet our require ( trict and state," said Wil- given at the Florida Highway
ments. -u- \ Fire Halts liams. Patrol office on North US-
Office ]Hours[ : Monday: 4:30
301 week day insteadof
every
'..\ -, ec* 6 Tuesday: 4:30:
"Before issuing or rear- "> Plant p.m. p.m.; on Thursdays only.
ranging any permits, we will ; I' (ltaut" ((Ii.( t< Tag p.m.-6 p.m., Thursday: 4:30: The change is due to the
take into account the feelingsof -:.... \"" ,<'11 At PrisonThe p.m. 6 p.m.; Friday: 1 p.m. promotion of Miss Joanna
the Board of County Com- 6 p.m. Fowler from the position of
missioners and solicit their "The political pot ne4 rrIxtiN Telephone- 9647202. examiner I to examiner n. ;
reaction to any proposals offered much. The old\ iipplcNUUCP "- auto-tag manufacturingplant This enables her to give both
by the company." is only. wurmol o>er. at Union Correctional Head Start driving and written tests instead -
Institution went back into op- of only written. FLORiCXAMember
eration this week after being YoungstersEnjoy Previously state troopers
slightly damaged by fire last from Lake City administeredthe
WE ALSO SELL Thursday. CircusHead driving tests each Thurs- .B NK AT STARKE
According to Florida Cor- day only.
THE BIG ONES rections Director Louie Wainwright Start children of Brad- Miss Fowler is examiner
the fire broke out ford County enjoyed a trip to H in the Division of Driver's Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
1969 Olds. Cutlass Supreme 1969 Chevrolet Caprice Thursday after an inmate accIdentally the circus at the Jacksonville License in the Department of
V-8 Engine, Automatic Transmit* 4-Door Hard Top V-S Engine, Automatic Coliseum
Ion, Air Condition. Radio and Tranamlaalon Air Con dropped a cigaretteon on Saturday, Feb.3. Highway Safety and MotorVe-
Heater dltlon. Radio and Heater the floor where some paint The children were served hicles.
thinner had been spilled.A pop corn and soda purchasedby HP.B 0 OAMJUUL'* MA 0 0 0 0 0 0 09 0 0 0 0 9 B 0 fl 0 0 000 POO 00 0 0 0 PJMM> P 0 0 8 0 0 B 90
SI ,995 $1.595
conveyor belt, an elec- the Head Start PTA with \ ,
1968 Ford XL Convertible 1967 Mustang trical box and 50-to-100 small funds raised from a fish fry
V-8 Engine, Automatic Transmission speed 2 .:oor Standard Hardtop Transmlaaion V-8 En glne, 3 "no trespass" signs wereda- given by their parents. En-
Heater, Air Condition, Radio and Air Condition. Radio & Heater mage tire families of some of the
$1,095 5995 children came along.

1970 Camaro 1969 V W.7 Passenger Bus School BoardWon't ,
2 Door Hardtop, V-g Engine, Automatic e I
i Tranamlaalon Radio 4 Cylinder Engine, 4 speed Trans
and Heater mission Radio and Heater
Negotiate .
$2,095 $1,895MOiiSixowx

MOTOKS.IM. (From Pag 1))

.. 4222 NW 13th Sl.L include representatives from be heard,but said teachersfeel
376-4551 all ranks of employees. Mil Inadequately prepared to
L ler said other groups should state cases for non-Instruc-
VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE/AUDI also be heard by the school tional employees.
board, just as teachers should "You have not convincedthe
__ __ _A___ ______ board as I have not been
convinced, that a need existsto

Attorney negotiate Gene,"Shaw School told Board Mil For Established Dependable Floral

The Ultimate Name I In ler. Shaw likened the BEA

request to a proposed land

transaction where the wouldbe Service Call Starke's Two Leading
Cooking Ranges.MAGIC seller Is disinterested.Shaw .
pointed out that time
and effort, what her termed"a F.T.D. Florist
selling job" would haveto
be done on the school board.
"What would it take to con-
vince you to negotiate?" Mil
CHEF ler asked. COLONIAL FLORIST NANCY'S FLOWERSPhone
"The board is not ready to
negotiate," Shaw answered.
I It was also disclosed at the Phone 964-6291 961-5792
board meeting that school officials -
and Attorney Shaw feel Owned & Operated By Owned & Operated By
that collective bargaining legislation -
The Economical Way To CookIs for public employees DON & DOT BAGWELL
likely will be passed this GEORGE & DOLLY SIMPSON

A Magic Chef; Gas Range is year.no.law Shaw now pointed requiring out there the

school board to negotiate.

--a" We Are Proud To Announce
__a, Engine Experienced Floral


(From Page 1)) Designers
FEATURING : Dot
t Bagwell
; set by the request of King Jeannie/ BiggsFaye
and
Royer. Gainesville subcon-
36" Range tractor, to renegotiate the bids andDorothy
; ; due to an error he said his Johnson I
4 Burners company had made in con- Starling
1- struction work subcontractswith

Lift Up Top involved.four of the companies

Flowers Are Our
Storage One of the bids had already SpecialtyYou
been opened at this point,
Compartment t and City Attorney George
Plerco held that it was a Can Be Assured That You Are
Getting
Broiler case of "just too bad" and
that the City should hold the

suggested companies that to their Royer bids.and the He The Best When You Order A Floral

affected bidders get togetherand

--- Council work out Chairman their problem.Jimmy Arrangement From An F.T.D. Florist

McRae said the bids wouldbe
turned over to the city's
engineering advisor Fred FLORIST'S TRANSWORLD DELIVERYThis
$19900 Wilson & Associates of Jack-

sonville Tucker, for said evaluation.Wednesday thatas { &; Emblem/ Your Assurance Of Fresh

soon as the engineer's Flowers & ServiceWE
recommendation is received, _
he will call a meeting of Wil-
SAWYER SLADE GAS son, the Council's Utility
Committee (Tucker and Orie ARE ALWAYS AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE
Wiggins), and the City BondTruetee.Wewetl I

332 W. Madison Starke, Fla. Fob,
George Flynn Sr., and T. C, We Deliver WorldwidePall.
964-7701 Hazen) to review the report
and prepare a recommendation -
to the Council.


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, F.... 8, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pooe 5 ''i,





JaxYouth Timber Suit Round Won By ContainerValidity ''I



ChargedIn In of the cases at $100 acre and swamp- income method for the evaluation
; of each year's tax Yawn successfully defendedthe "There's not a nickel'sworth formed the board the case was any court any per
to be heard since 1965. lands at $30, an average of of timberlands utilizedIn
must Justified difference Yawn by the district
assessments county's position in the of ,
court It Is the first time the Since 1965 Tax Assessor $79 per acre. At the trial forestry operations.The .
TheftsA within Itself, not on the basis 1965-67 cases. He contended told the County; Commission continued that f
claimed tim- opinion
valua- he In- county has been reversed by Long has valued timberlandsthat In 1967 Container
year's
of a prior each year as Container filed early December as berlands were worth about while the law directs the assessor j
tions ruled the First District protests that the propositions $45 per acre but subsequentlyhas to apply; the new standards -
rash of four service station Court of Appeals last Thurs- remained the same as the raised that figure to about he is not required to
robberies and a traffic day, Feb. I, In Jacksonville. 1965 case which went to trial $67 per acre. accept them if the result does

violation has resulted In a The appellate court thus sent In 1967 before Circuit Judge Plan Long told the Board Mondayhe not In his Judgment represent 't
Jacksonville youth being pla- back to Bradford County; Cir- John A. II. Murphree. Yawn Land Use has been reluctant to raise the true worth of the property -
ced in the Bradford County; cuit Court for further proceedings moved eacy year for a sum- values on timberlands since when considered in the I
Jail under $5,500 bond. four stilts, 1968-71, mary Judgement In each suc- they have been subject to litigation light of the Just-value law and ,
Randy Earl Lyles, 19, Is brought by Container Corp. ceeding;suit, and was success- He said, however, Its nine criteria. j
ful In those motions
now In the jail Charged with of America challenging Brad- having with that that the only wav assessments However, the opinion pointed
the B&E and larceny of four ford Assessor Gene Long's granted the arguments the To Be Updated could goln a new study Is out, if the assessor refusesto
premise was same as
local service stations In addi- assessments on 37,507 acres the 1963-67 up. He suggested that a forester follow the standards, ttu ,, "
cases.
tion to a charge of auto theft. of pine and swamp land for ..... be retained to verify his burden of proof rests upon
The'youth Is also wanted In those years. Bradford County; has so far values. him to Justify such refusalby
Duval County; on charges of The ruling dashes hopes that received no official word of Bradford County's gan for continued participation revenue thus derived The appellate court In It a preponderance of evi
auto theft and with a B&E. an end to the timber tax suits, the highter court's ruling issued Updating old land use plan; In the new mental health could be used to pay a man statement last 'Inursday, also dence. I
contested here since 1965,was last Thursday. Assessor two-year the program. to guard the dump and see noted that since trial of the Therefore, the appeal court
Early Wednesday morning, at hand. Hopes ran especially Long Informed the county; and drawing one will up be for joint -Agreed to pay Alachua Gen that users placed garbage In earlier cases the state comptroller said, Container Corp, has
January 31, Shuford's American high among county; officials commission of the ruling Mon- City of Starke and a eral Hospital $263, or 12.5 the proper place. has promulgated and the right to an adjuclcation
Station In Lawtey, PaulFaulkner's that the suits would be set- day after reading of the dl- project of the city; this week.coun- per cent, of the cost of psy- Failing says he has 147 cus- the Budget Commission approved of whether the as essor for
Gulf Station In tled after Container paid 1972 day after reading of the decision ty; It was agreed chiatric care for Bradford tomers In Bradford County; and new procedures which 196S-71 applied the standardof
Starke Ed Water's Jackson's Exxon BP were Station taxes In full on Nov. 30the In Friday's Florida As requested by Zoning patients submitted by the new charges $3 per month for Include a measure of value value embracing the capl-
and first time the timber firm Times-Union. Board Chairman John Torode, mental health unit. twice per week pick ups. utilizing the capitallzation-of- tallratlon-of-Income method.
all found to have been broken did that since 1965. It was Indicated Monday by the county; commission Mon- --Agreed with Chairman
Into during the night. -Took no action on a let-
the commission that County day approved expenditure approximately .
Around 6:30: Wednesday Long's assessments each Attorney Gene Shaw will handle $2,000 in local ter from the Division of Health Ralph Bryan's point that the
morning the Ocala Police Department year, 68-71, totaled $3,077- any further { lltlgationln funds by the Zoning Board toward stating that a Dr. RichardC. county; redistricting Job to be Block has
stopped Lyle's vehicle 080 on Container's timber- the case. The county; until comprehensive county- Hayman may be temporarily done this year must be done Henry
traffic violation and lands. Container Corp, con- I employed as on the basis of population
on a the end of 1972 was represented wide land use planning study. county
discovered large number of tends the Just value for agri- health director as successorto not electors as was the pre-
a by Attorney Theron Yawn, The county; present land use 17 why
cigarette cartons In the car, cultural purposes should:be now a circuit Judge.Whopper. plan, put into effect in August Dr. A. Y. Covington who vious one. reasons you
--Amended the clerk's bud-
later Identified as belongingto $1,701,436. The firm each year 1970 Is adequate now, has retired. At present Dr.
Shuford's Gulf Station. from 1965 through l971oald( Torode said. Peter Kroll is serving the get to Include costs of repro- should come to us
taxes on the values It con- Bradford County Health Department gramlng the new bookkeeping;
The defendant was later In "But with the state machine to take care of the
tended were valid, withholding grow- on a two day per
the day returned to Bradford taxes on the difference In its ing as It is, we feel it is week basis tromJacksonvUle.Authorized new court system and for for income tax help.Reason .
County; by City; Patrolman own value and the county's; time to review this plan ando Gene employing Mrs. Brenda Grlffls -
Mervin: Jackson and Deputy -- Attorney
;
values. over our entire planning to operate the machine.
Shaw to take legal action against -
Sheriff John Dempsey. Major-
"
ity of the stolen goods inclu- Container Is still withhold- program. a resident who has --Approved salary Increases 1. We specialize> in income tax
; ing $89,019 In property; taxes The of Starke Is doing
City vehicle Inspection
for auto
; two -
ding money, cigarettes, guns blocked a county; maintained We know the wrinkles. \"'e
dig
and a mini-bike, has been 1'8- for the years 1968-71, plus interest this now, Torode pointed out, drainage ditch and refuses to station employees, preparation.
which will total some suggesting the city and coun- $15 week from $105to
covered. ; remove the obstruction.Said one per out every honest deduction. There is very
$26,000. work together toward a other $7.50
ty $120, the per
Lyles has also been char- Container lost its challenges comprehensive county; wide -- it would look at an week, from $97.50 to $105. little chance we will let you overpay your
ged with the grand larceny of the timber assessments plan. Towns are not IncludedIn old SR-215 borrow pit, used
of a auto belonging to J.D. for 1965-67 after fighting rulings the present land use plan. when US-301 north was built, --Decided against Bryan'ssuggestion taxes.C1J&CUBLOCK.
Odom. The car was a 1972 favorable to Bradford z to see If any dirt is left in to keep the inspec-
Chevrolet stolen from the Pla- w City Plan Board Member tion station open after 5 p.m.
County; all the way to the it before deeding it back to
za Parking lot January 26, Florida Supreme Court. Pat Farnsworth appeared at the adjacent property; owneras or on Saturday to accomodatethose
In sending back the 68-71 the commission meeting with requested by Attorney who can't get off work
Of suits to the circuit court; the Torode and also suggesteda during the day.The board con-
New Edition appeals court said while the cooperative effort and a Shaw.Received a deed from Sea- tended there is almost no one

valuations have not changed, comprehensive coordinated board Airline Railway givingthe who can't make arrangementsto
"Your FederalIncome I ad valorem taxes levied plan. county; a strip of landto get a car inspected dur-
"I have concluded It is ing the working day.
road
against property In Florida improve a graded
for the city to havea
Tax" for any given years must stand senseless plan; without running beside the railroad -Agreed at CommissionerDave
comprehensive
or fall on their own validity; taking Into consideration the tracks In North Lawtey. Paulk's suggestion to

unconnected with the assess- county; as a whole," Farns- .Was told by Keystone purchase several old railroad
Now AvailableThe ment for any prior year This 12-pound bass worth stated. The Starke city; Heights garbage contractor tank cars at $700 each for
council Tuesday night agreedto Gene Failing that building debris use, with the ends cut out,
new edition of "Your return.In was boated recently by participate in the Joint planning blocks the KH dump In instead of building small one
Federal Income Tax" is now addition, the booklet Includes Red Alvarez in Rodman effort. Bradford County. Failing said span bridges. A one span
available for 75 cents at Internal of taxable and bridge recently cost the coun- TAX PEOPLE
examples Farnsworth has been in he can't get to the hole to ; THE INCOME
Revenue district offices nontaxable income and of allowable Pool on a 211 Devil 1 touch with the Department of' dump his garbage. ty; $1,600, Paulk said. The big

and most first and sec- deductions, and a detailed Horse. Community; Affairs at the University Failing also said he appre- tanks can be shipped here fromWaycross 118 NORTH WALNUT
ond class post of flees throughout Index helps taxpayers Alvarez boated 13 of Florida In Gaines ciated the county; not charg- ga. for about 4200,
Florida. find the answers to their tax other bass the same day ville. He has a verbal agree- ing him to use the dump but Commissioner Shuford said, Op.n 9 A.M. To 6 P. M. Monday Thru Saturday Phon. O64-828S
Among the changes In the tax problems.This a good afternoon's work ment that the Department of suggested that a charge shouldbe for a total cost of $900, a NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
law discussed In the 192-page perennial best-seller Urban Studies of the UF will made. Failing suggested $700 saving.
17)) for the veteran
booklet IRS Publication even
written in easY-U understand assist the county. As with
are the Increased standart deduction Starke bass fisherman land w w
language Is especially helpful the present county use

ptionthe and Increased personal child exem-care to, taxpayers who prepare plan, UF planners and students .. ..

deduction lon'for and the contributions.A new deduct-. their The own booklet returns.is also available In the are new.plan.being'sought- .* to.r.help- .' ", When We Paid Our Savors Interest On Their Saving AccountsIn ;. "
political
special feature of Publication from the Public Documents ShufordNamed Dr. Carl Fless, UF direc- '

17 is the Sample,fllled- Distribution Industrial Park Center, Pueblo tor of urban studies," a new December They All Reacted In A Slightlv Different
in return, Form 1040A, keyedto Pueblo,' Col- department, has tentatively
pages which contain explan- orado, 81001,, at 73 cents a greed to use his students In
ations for the entries on the copy. the Bradford project., Farnsworth Way But They All Had One Thing In Common
said.

To DA "In the last seven or eight
months things: have gone com-

SEE US FOR Dave Shuford of Lawtey has pletely" wild Tax here Assessor In the coun-Gene THEY were all HAPPY!
ty, says
District 1
been nominated as
cL member of the Bradford County Long of land speculation and ::t jt* ''II
Half of .tf
land movement. every 40'
CHAfMSCALL Development Authority by
A ; ; day In his office Is spent t 3.
the Starke-Bradford County
; Information on land to
KINDS INCLUDINGRed Chanber of Commerce. giving
"people we don't know any-
Snapper Catfish oHops Shuford's nomination will be thing about and have never 1'' ....

Grouper Oysters Frog legs forwarded to Gov. Reubin Askew seen before." r\\ \

Rounder Lobsters Live crab who Is empowered to "I keep hearing somethingbig f
member of the local
appoint
Is going to happen around
Swamp Gobbets'" development authority.; here," Long said, adding, "I A = L ty *
... Shuford will complete the don't know what." r

unexpired term of Bryant Red In other action Monday the ,..
dish of Lawtey, who died re- commission: ,
cently. The nomination was -Refereed a request for 150 .z
approved by the Chamber's loads of fill dirt for theBrad-
Board of Governors at its ford Middle School on Orange 1

Feb. 1 meeting. Street to the City; of Starke .

-Agreed to have Architect ,
Shuford Is a veteran county;
UIMIOIM commissioner and a former Frank George Investigatecosts ;
Lawtey city; councilman. He and feasibility of remodeling t
service station In the interior of the 0T.
operates a
Lawtey 31-year-old county; health department Were YOU One Of Our Happy Savers?
building on Church
In the chamber's first meet- Street. The request was made t
Ing conducted by new Presi- by Mrs. Arlen McKnIght,
YOU CAN BE. OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT!
dent Marc Jackson, the governors county; health nurse,who asked .
2133 N.W. 6th St. 372-4191 also appointed John that administrative and pa-
Service"SHRIMP Bradley, local finance com- tient care quarters be separ- e
"Drive-
pany manager, as a replace- ated If the remodeling pro-

OF ALL SIZES who ment recently for John Harold moved Andrews to Lake ject-Awarded is undertaken.new petroleumbids r 5 %/ *rmM" DAILY COMPOUNDED INTEREST is YOURS .!

Butler to operate a drug store to the perennial low bid
there. der*Gulf 011 Co., represented ON PASSBOOK SAVINGS AT ANY GUARANTY FEDERAL OFFICE

. In Starke by Register Oil Co.
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MIN. TERM EARNINGS
::1: -Approved pay raises for AMOUNT -- '
::: two mosquito control employees -
::s: at the request of Director $1,000 6 mos. 5 /4 % Per Annum 3

:::: Jack Trawlck. One salary
::: was Increased $9.50 per week, $1,000 1-l0years 53 A % Per Annum i

::: from $110.50 to $120; the other
$5,000
::1 $IS per week, from $ fu ids 2.10years 6% Per Annum
::: to $150. Trawlck said the
rlt ::: will come from his state budget -
: CERTIFICATE SAVINGS IN BY THE 10TH EARN FROM THE I 1ST AND ARE COMPOUNDED y

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BROOKER IN BRIEF aoOOOllooDDDDlIOaan.I1Inlr. MI Horse Club

I DDDDDDODaD If rnrr To Have ShowThe IT'"BRAZIER? LUNCH WEEK! ]

By LINDA Bradford 4-H Horse
Club will have an open Horse
Show on Saturday, Feb. 24, '
8-14
r starting at 9 a.m. attheDrad- Thurs. Thru Wed. Feb.
ford County; Fairgrounds. I
Entry fees will be as follows -
: 4-H only events. 75 Halter Classes, $1 l; Open E- BIG brazier -Beverage

vents, $2.Everyone.
Is Invited to come
and Join In the fun.Community.

Action French Fries


Meeting Set

Tonight At RJE .". --. only I


A Community Action meet-
ing will be held at 7:30 p.m. '
(tonight) at the Neighborhood
Service Center (RJE). Guest 75;
speakers will be Miss Kathy

Brown, Home Economics Extension .- g'' t Plus Taxi
""
Agent, and Mrs. Betty NHS '
SOCCER;! INTRAMURALSARE tars and their families: "On ELECTION NEWS do not count unless the per- Bennett, Food Stamp Supervisor. -
COMPLETED Friday night and Sat. night Town Clerk, Joyce Stokes son has qualified during the Needs of the area will Sctimp
Brooker School Mrs. Hodges stayed with Mrs. announces that there will be qualifying time to accept voteson be discussed.All .
Elementary Cheston Snider in Jackson- no Town Election as set for his behalf. Thus,with three interested persons are
recently soccer completed championships intramural In- ville. They commuted to the Feb. 13. Upon Interpretation council seats to be filled, Invited to attend. i ISf taS!
hospital to visit Mr. SnIde of the Florida Election Code only three persons qualified:
grades 4-6, as part of their who suffered a heart attack. 101.151, Sect. SB In a non- C. L. Atkinson, and two Incumbents -
physical education program. Then on Sunday night Mrs. partisan election when thereis A. B. Adams and the Old 1V11lEtt Brazier
Championship In when it's done the
the boys The Wait 'til taste how good charbroiled beef( is
Hodges stayed with Mr. and no opposition, there Is no Carl Edwards. third incumbent you
division was won by the Rac- Mrs. Jimmy Gnann and children need to hold an election J. R. Mott, whose V wayl! Big Brazier packs '/4 lb. of beef Into a jumbo toasted sesame seed
coons who, led by their Captain at Mlddleburg. to the fact that write-in votes term Is expiring, did not seek ftQ'J = bun. And you get our Scrumpdillyishus french fries and a 9-oz. cold drink.
Johnny Rogers, went
undefeated Mr. and Mrs. re-election after serving 18
In Intramural Tommy Cox Treat the whole family and save!
play Bradlee and Deena, along with years on the council.
defeating their opponents by Cherie Hlnton and Becky Mayor Roy Carrol and Town : J .(; .
comfortable margins of 4-0, NEWS ABOUT CAK3 I HELP Y0t>
Clerk, Joyce Stokes are also V'
6-2, and 30. Pictured at left Pressley enjoyed the Rlngllng unopposed In their bids for .( }[ I VDUf? 6HDf'PlfJ,
above, with school grade Indicated Bros. Circus at the Jax Col- re-election. We congratulate \ MK. W'11.6OJ'?
are the boy champs: iseum Sat. afternoon, Feb. 3. SERVICE MENTech. our newly elected Town Officials. you feel you have no Dairif Il
kneeling, from left) Wade Also attending the circus from fuulls-lliat makes another:'
Raulerson, 4; David Sparks, Brooker were: Mr. and Mrs. Queen
4; Wayne Ellis, co-captain, Allen Crews, Mark, and Guy Sgt. David R. Younker .
whose wife Avoy, Is the .. -- --------------
6; Stanley Hayes, 4; and Plen- Wayne Parrish. 000000000000000 OOOOOOww
nle Hicks, 6. Standing Jeffrey Mrs. Rubye Hodges wen daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Hill, 4; Doug Watson, with Mr. and Mrs. Olan James Williams of Hampton, ONLY THE VERY RICH
5; Richard Knight, 5; Ray- Parrish to Palatka on Sun- Is a member of an Air Train- braver -41
mond Hall, 4; and David Rau- day afternoon Feb. 4, to ing Command organization : a
lerson, 5. Not pictured Is visit Joe Green, who has headquartered at SheppardAFB CAN AFFORD CHEAP r..ls4.-
Johnny Robers, Captain 6. been 111.Rhonda. Texas. This unit recently -
The girls championship was earned the U.S. Air Force "
Grlffls of Starke
won by the Honeybees, cap- spent the weekend of Jan.26-: Outstanding Younker Unit Is Award.an aircraft AIR CONDITIONINGQuality 1T "LET'S ALL GO TO DAIRY/ QUEEN
Sgt.
tained by Brenda Hayes. They 29 with Isabel Bristol.
emerged victorious from a Mrs. Mary L. Green cele- equipment repair Instructorat Work Doesn't Cost It Pays
Lockbourne AFB,Ohio,with
hotly contested competition brated her 92nd birthday on Dairy Queen/Brazier
where they won three games Sunday, Feb. 4. Several ladies Field Training Detachment BROWN REFRIGERATIONAIR
214--a of the 3750th
and lost one. All of their came In and prepareda part
scores were identical, 2-1. delicious meal. Also sev- Technical School which received CONDITIONING OJ. 1401 N. TEMPLE AVE. PH. 96!.8911 STARKE, FLA.
the award for I
excep-
Honeybees pictured are eral made cakes for the oc-
(kneeling, from eft): Linda casion. During the day, many tionally meritorious service WEATHERTON HEAT PUMPS *
Manning, 4; Eva McKInney, friends and relatives came from July 1970 through December Reg. U.S. Pat Off. Am. D
4; Lori Ann Tetstone, 4; San- by and wished her a "Happy 1971. Z26. S, Walnut St. Starke 96 -7731
Younker will
Sgt. wear a
dy Douglas, Co-Captain; 6; Birthday."
Brenda Hayes,captain,Beth; distinctive service ribbon to >eeoeeeeooeeooi
Hamilton, 5j; Joyce Prescott, NEW RIVER BAPTISTThe mark his affiliation with the

4, Standing: Susan Douglas, New River Baptist school. .
4; Lisa Tucker;Diane Hart, Church participated In the Associational # #
4; Stacey Hayes, 6; Darlene Music Festival Thomas S. Whisenant, son
Mott, 6; Kay Prescott, 6j; held Bayless Highway Bap- of Mrs. Audrey Griffis, Rt.
Sharon Tetstone, 6; Genene tist Church, Sunday afternoon, I, Starke, has been commissioned -
Dormlny, 5. Not pictured: Jan. 28. "The New River Gos- a second lieutenant
Martha Lewis, 6; Mary Rogers pelettes," consisting of Mrs. In the U.S. Air Force upon a4i'SthIN
4; and Susanne Morris, Anita Countryman, Mrs. Y- graduation from the Schoolof :
5.: vonne Emery and Mrs. Glen- Military Sciences for Officers -
The next Intramural sport da Andrews rated Superior (SMSO) at Lackland
will be basketball. Currently on their selections. Another AFB, Tex. f
the students are participating group, the Jr. Choir, under Lieutenant Whisenant, selected -
In the National Physical the direction of Mrs. Vivian through competive examination -
fitness test (4-6)). Parker and Mrs. Glenda Andrews for attendance at
rated Excellent. Con- the school Is being assignedto A TRI COUNTY AREA'The
PERSONALS: gratulations! Jr. Choir. Maxwell AFB, Ala., for
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox The New River Baptist duty; as an education and
and Mrs. Inez Green enjoyed Church gave their Pastor and training officer.
seeing Jim Nabors in per- family, Rev and Mrs. Jim Prior to entering SMSO,
son at the Jacksonville Col- Countryman, and daughter a he served 17 years -as an Will Provide
iseum on Sat., Jan. 27. "Surprise Fellowship" hon- enlisted man and has also Telegraph
Mrs. Evan Hodges enjoyed oring their first anniversarywith completed a tour of combat
spending the weekend of Jan. New River. The fellow- duty; In Vietnam.
26-29 with two of her daugh- ship was given on Sunday The lieutenant attended Miami Blanket Coverage Of All P.O.
night, Jan. 21, after Church (Fla.) Edison High School.
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The New River
Baptist Nebraska at Omaha, In 1971. i
Church will give a Sweetheart His wife, Dixie is the
Banquet for Its Young Peopleon daughter of Mrs. Mary R. Waldo Brooker, Hampton, Lake Butler, Raiford, Lawtey, Kingsley Lake,
Sat night, Feb. 10, at 7:30.: Sanford of 9902 Sahara Drive,
The pastor, Rev. Jim Countryman San Antonio. Mrs. Whisenant's Maxvillc, Keystone Heights, Melrose, Putnam Hall & Lake Geneva.
will be the speaker. father, Ben Sanford,
Auto Sates and Service Then on Sat night, Feb resides at 2400 Nogalitos
17, the adults will have a Drive, San Antonio. Mr. Merchant r
Parrhh Motors Sweetheart Banquet. Rev. Lieutenant Whisenant's father :
Richard Barber, Associatian- John T. Whisenant,
al Missionary, will be the resides at 111 Dogwood St.,

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BAYLESS HIGHWAY
BAPTIST CHURCH[ CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH MORGAN ROAD LONG
BRIDGE BAPTIST Weeks
Larkin
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Ken- Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn Sunday Service Sunday BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH l ,.
nth Elixson director. MornIng big Worship ll.Training Union, School 9:45: a.m. Morning Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sunday School
10
Worship at 11. Church 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: Worship, 10:45: a.m. Evening Morning Worchlp at 11. TrainIng Ing Worship a.m.Morn- Funeral services for Mrs.
Training, 6 p.m. Gerald Nor- -Rev. Jim Black, pastor. Service, 7:15: p.m. Youth Union, 6:30: Evening Ser- Worship 7 11 a.m. Evening Larkin D. Weeks, 74, of Jacksonville -
man director. Evening Wor- Group Meeting, Sunday, 6:30 vice, 7:30. Everyone welcome.p.m. Wednesday were held at 11 a.m. Eyw
Monday, Jan. 29, In the cha-
ship, 7 p.m. Mid-Week Prayer WednesdayPrayer and
FIRST BAPTIST p.m.J.C. -Rev. Robert Haisten
pas of & Sons Estes-
pel Hardage ,
and Bible Study, 7 p.m. CHURCH, STARKE Brown, minister Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. tor.
Krauss Riverside Funeral
J.D. Robinson, pastor. --Rev. Bob Cooper, pastor.
School 9:45
:
SundaySunday Home with Father Patrick O'
a.m.; Morning worship at 11; PINE LEVEL BAPTIST DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRISTAT Connor officiating. She died t'.
sermon: "The Prophet of Divine Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- BROOKER MELROSE Thursday, Feb. I, In a Jacksonville -

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Love"; Bell Ringers Ing Worship I1a.m. Pre Services Sunday School 10 a.rr.; Wor- Schedule of Services: Hospital.
CHRUCIISTARKE Group 5:15 Church Training Sunday Bible Study 10a.m.
; Booster Band, Young ship Services 11 and 7 Mrs. Weeks was the widowof
Sunday--Church School, 6:15: ; Evening Worship, People, and Prayer Service), Union a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Robert A. Weeks, and resided -
Training 6
9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11. 7:30 "Evidences of p.m. p.m. Evening Worship 7
; sermon: 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. -Rev. p.m. In Starke before movingto
Lacy Conway, pastor.
Nursery provided. Spiritual Character." Midweek Service, Wednesday All other evenlng-8 p.m. Jacksonville. At one time

dnesday--Youth Fellow- MondayYouth Ensemble 7:30: p.m.Rev.John Strickland, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST she managed the dining roomat
ship, 7:30 p.m.ThursdayCholr. Practice, 6:30: ; Youth Choir Pastor- OF LATTER DAY SAINTS ST ANN'S EPISCOPAL the Keystone Inn In Keystone Kathy Faulkner

Rehearsal Practice 7 p.m. 1404 E. Bessent Road KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Heights.: She was a mem-
7:30 p.m. TuesdayHelen Masters MARK'S Family Home Sunday Services ber of the Catholic Church,
ST.
EveningMonday. at
--Erik T. Johnson, Minis- Group Meeting at the Church, EPISCOPAL CHURCH Morning Prayer, First 10:30.:and and retired In 1962 as direc- Wins Bradford

ter. 9:30 a.m.; Ida Darby Group Sunday Services: Primary-Tuesday, 4:30p.m. Third Sundays;Holy Communion tor of St. Vincent's Nursing
home of Mrs. T. B.
meet at
8:30: a.m. Holy Communion. WednesdayRelief Society, 2nd and 4th Sundays;Sun- Home, Jacksonville.
Harding, 2:30: p.m.; Lorena 9:45: a.m. Church School. 7:30.: day School, 9:30: a.m. Surviving are a daughter, Homemaker
STARKE CHURCHOF Epperson Group, at home of --Thomas Mrs. MIgnon LaMorte, Pel- TitleKathleen
11 a.m. (1st & 3rd Sundays) ThursdayM.I.A.7:30 p.m. O. Feamster, Jr.
CHRIST Mrs. BenBaker,3p.m.Young; Holy Communion. Sunday-Priesthood, 8:30: Pastor ham Manor, N.Y.; a stepson,
Bible School, 10 a.m. Wor- Musicians; Music Matters 11 a.m. (all other Sundays) a.m. Sunday School,10:30nm. W.T. Weeks, Tallahassee; seven Faulkner, daughterof test's nutrition questions.A .
ship Services, 11 a.m. and Choirs, 3:30 p.m.; G. A., Bell Morning Prayer. Evening Meeting 6 p.m. Sa- ::::::J: :W: ::!*: :::Wft'fSWfii : : : :::::::: grandchildren; and two Mr. and Mrs. James H. total of 665,600 seniors

nesday 6 p.m. Midweek 7 p.m. Service Ladles,Wed-Bible Moon Choir Practice Group ,meets 4:15; at Lottie the Rector.The Rev. John M. Flynn, crement.-Jesse D. Branson, Branch \\1r i; Card Of; ThanksCARD jjif jj\\; greatgrandchildren.Interment was In. Oaklawn Faulkner Betty Crocker, Starke,Homemakerof Is the 1973 were enrolled, the first In this in year'sSearch which

Class, Thursday 11 a.m. church; Ethel Biggs Group if Cemetery, Jacksonville. Tomorrow Bradford
Church located one block west meets at home of Mrs. Gla- president :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: School. High boys were eligible to parti-
Since the
on SR-16. dys Christy; Brownlee Group KINGSLEY LAKE Selected by In cipate. program
score a began In the 1954-55 school
at home of Mrs. Betty EVERGREEN BAPTIST Odell Waters
--J.P.II. Bell, minister meets BAPTIST CHURCH written knowledge and attitude nine million
approximately -
CHURCH OF THANKSWe year
Anne Phillips all at 7:30p.m.
Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- examination taken on Decem-
students have taken part
PINE HILL CONGREGATIONAL WednesdayActeens, 5p.m. Ing Worship at 11. Training Sunday School, 10 a.m. neighbors desire to express to Odell Waters, 47, of Brooker ber 5, Miss Faulkner received and, with this year's grants,
Family Night Supper, 6 Morning Worship at 11 a.m. and friends our
METHODIST CHURCH p.m.;
died Feb. 2.
Union, 6:30 p.m.; Evening Friday, a specially designed charm will
heartfelt scholarship awards exceed -
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Prayer Meeting; R. A. Meet- Worship, 7:30 Prayer Meeting Sunday night Service at 6:30. thanks for their many He is survived by his wId- for a charm bracelet from $2 million.

Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ing, 0:30: ; Teachers and Officer 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. Wednesday night prayer. beautiful expressions of sympathy. The ow, Dorothy; three daughters, General Mills, sponsor of
Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- Meeting, 7:15; Church -- S.C. Cuthbert, Interim meeting at 7:30.: floral offerings, and Mrs. Patricia Grubbs, Win- the annual Betty Crocker
ship, 7:30: p.m. Rev. L.L. Choir Practice, 8 p.m. pastor. -Cecil E.Crawford,Sr.pas food were especially ap- ter Haven; "Mrs. Jeanette Search for American Home- * *

Griffis pastor. -James T. Brock, Pastor tor. family.preciated.The Holtzendorf Beasley, Davenport; and Mrs. makers of Tomorrow. Army -

BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Sandra Teague, Winter Haven; In addition, Miss Faulknera *
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH MADISON STREET BROOKER, FLA. JORDAN MISSIONARY a brother, Bart, Gainesville; senior at BIIS, remains ROTC ;
Highway S-100 A BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Jim Temple pastor. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. CARD OF THANKSWe two sisters, Mrs. Bernice eligible for state and national ** Jii1
Sunday School 10a.m. Morn- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Ron 301 North, behind Tas- Williams, Dundee, and Mrs. honors.

Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Sunday School], 9:45: Morn- Bristol, Superintendent. tee Freez Drive In, Sunday the family of the late Clarissa Davis, Land-of- The State Homemaker of **Newsbea'1iiiiI
Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor- Ing Worship, 11; d.hurchTrain-; Training Union, 6:45. Lowell School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Raymond D. Suber, expressour Lakes; his mother, Mrs. Ger- Tomorrow, to be chosen from
ship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Ing, 6:15; WMJ Prayer Cir- Douglas, Director. Worship vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer deepest appreciation to trude Waters, Land-of-Lakes; all school winners In the state Ever hear of a "Beep" or
Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. cle, 7:15: ; Evening Worship, Services 11 a.m., 7:30.: Mid- Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- everyone for all of your and seven grandchildren. In judging centering on per- a "Peep" In some other
-Kev. Leon T. Odom, Jr., 7:30.: week Prayer Service, 7:30.: thoughtfulness and kindnesses Graveside funeral services formance In the Dec. 5 test, context than sound
Pastor. MondayYouth Choir, 7 p.m. Lavern Outlaw, music director day.Leroy Olive, pastor E.L. to us during our recent were held at 4 p.m. Monday; will receive a $1,500 college

Tuesday- Bible Study, 10 Grlffls associate pastor. be re a vement. -Mrs. Ethel In Dedan Cemetery, near scholarship. A 20-volume Well back In the latei930's
CHURCH OF GOD Starling Suber and family. Brooker. Johnson-Hayes Fu- reference work. The Annalsof
Girls In
a.m.; Action, 3:30.: when the Army was
LAWTEY, FLA. WednesdaySunday School HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH neral Home was In charge. America, will also be experimenting with
Schedule of services: Sun- Teachers & Officers Meet- (8 ml. south of Starke on SMYRNA MISSIONARY presented to the state win- anized form of transportation a mech-
day School, 10 a.m. Morning BAPTIST CHURCH ner's school by Encyclopedia
Ing, 6:30: Prayer Meet- hwy. 100)Sunday Beep and
p.m. Peep
Worship at 11, Evangelistic ; 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Britannica were
Educational Cor-
Better ClubsEmphysema
School 10 a.m. Breathing the first
7:30 for
ing, Mission Friends, : ; names what is
Service 6 YPE School 10
p.m. and Meet- Morning Worship 11 a.m. Services: Sunday poration. The secondranking now known all
Adult Choir, Deacons over the
Prayer Meeting each Wednes- Choir Practice .6:30 p.m. a.m. l Preaching a.m.Train- student In the state will world
day, 7:30: p.mRev.. Daisy Ing, 8:30.: Evening Worship.7:15: p.m. ing Union 5:45 p.m. Evening Is a hard disease ease not only find friends but receive a $500 scholarship. as a Jeep.
Kight. Pastor. ThursdayBible Study, 10 Prayer Bible Study .Wed. Worship 7 p.m. Everyone to live with. But em- they learn how to live eas- In late April, the 51 Betty
a.m., 7:30 p.m. welcome. physema clubs can help soft- ier with their condition... They Crocker Homemakers of Tomorrow The quarter- ton, light
ST MARY'S CATHOLIC Denton Sumrall, Pastor 7:30:Rev.p.m.Merle L. Packham, -Wilbur Dyess, Pastor. en the strain.Emphysema. find out short cuts to dressIng representing every- weight, four-wheel drive,
all-purpose vehicle
CHRUCH MACCLENNY Is a chronic lung and doing light household state and the District of soon
NORTHSIDE BAPTIST pastor. became famous.
Sunday Mass, $12 noon. Holy CHRUCH LAURA BAPTIST disease that makes breathinga chores. They get to know how Columbia -- each accompa- World War 11, During than

Day Mass, 5:30 p.m.. Intersection of,Highways 16 Sunday School 9:45 a.m. struggle to survive. When to clean a nebulizer and do nied by a faculty; adviser 630,000 of them more
were
ft AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH the walls of the lungs' air manu-
... Morning Worship 11 exercises that will In
v. (North) and a.m. help breath -- gather. Washington -
225. factured. And famed WWII
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.nCMidweek sacs stretch and tear, stale: ing. They learn what kindsof D.C., for an expense-, '
FIRST UNITED METHODIST Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morn- Morning Worship 11 a.m.; Bible Study, Wed- air gets trapped Inside. Peo- medical benefits are avail- paid tour of the capital correspondent Ernie "Pyle
Ing Service at 11. Evening said of Jeeps: "I don'tthink
Evening Worship 7 Wed- ple who have emphysema
ST ARKE p.m. can-
nesday, 7:30 p.m. able to people with lung dis- city and Colonial Williams-
Service, 7:30.: Wednesday we could continue the
nesday Prayer Meeting and not force air out of their
Be In church Sunday. ease and what the emotional burg, Va. Culminating the "
Service 7:30 without
-Rev. James: p.m.T. Parrish Bible Study, 7 p.m. Young -Lester Austin, pastor. lungs. Their lungs get larger effects of living with a chronic tour will be announcementof war them.
School 9:45 Peoples Meeting Mon- and Inflated.
SundaySunday every illness are. the 1973 Betty CrockerAll
Morning Worship at 11; Youth day, 7 p.m. CHURCH! OF GOD With advanced emphysema, Many local tuberculosis and American Homemakerof There are two theories on
UMYF !NEW RIVER BAPTIST Prevatt, pastor. 422 N. even the simplest movementslike how the Jeep got the name
Choir Rehearsal. 5: G.F. St Clair St., Starke. respiratory disease associa- Tomorrow and three run-
Snack Supper, 6; UMYF meet- Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Everyone! welcome. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- -- tying a shoelacecan tion across the country are ners-up. To be selected that was to stick with It
One
11 is
Ing Worship Training that it
a.m. was named
Ings and recreation, 6:30.: Ing Worship 11 be excruciating. As activitiesare
a.m. Sunday sponsoring emphysema clubs. through personal observationand
Union 7 p.m. Evening Wor- after an animal character In
MondayGroup 2 will meetat Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night, restricted, living a nor- And they are trying to get Interviews during the tour
ship. 8 p.m. Wednesday Night FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD mal life becomes more im- a popular comic strip. Another -
3:30: p.m. Wednesday, 7:30: Prayer the facts to others wellas state-level
p.m. as plus judging results -
service 7:30: p.m. Everyone Ralford Road & Weldon St. which seems
meetat possible. And, In addition to more
6 will
TuesdayGroup Meeting, Friday, 7:30 p.m. patients. One of the facts they will be awarded
welcome. logical Is that it
Gareth Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- physical distress, there are came from
the home of Mrs. Rev. M.E. Fussell
-- pas about emphysema Is that thereIs Increases in their scholar-
-Jim Countryman, pastor. the letters G. P. for
Ing Worship 11. Sunday Even- general -
Jones, 10 a.m.; Nolla Middleton tor. psychological drawbacks no cure for the disease, ships to $5,000, $4,000, $3-
Group 3 will meet at 10; Ing 7 p.m. Thursday night Many emphysema patients only ways to live easier withit. 00 and $2,000.Instituted purpose vehicle.
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
Whatever
4 10 Blanche Williams : give up social activities and But there is known its name and
Group ; 7:30.Charles a in last
School 10 Morn- ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC year'sBetty how it
home Sunday a.rn. Thomas, pastor. become isolated from the was arrived at, the
Group 5 will meet at the cause: years of cigarette
Crocker Search
al,000
Ing Worship 11 Evening CHURCH. STARKE Army wouldn't be the
a.m. world around them.Emphysema Army
W 7:30
Winkler .
of Mrs. W. smoking.See
Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer Father James Cregan: pas clubs try to Nutrition Scholarship is in today without the Jeep.
Meeting 7:30: p.m.Wednesday. tor. your local association eluded in the program again .
p.m.Wednesday change all that.
Group 1 will HEILBRONN BAPTIST They help for more facts about lung this jear. Recipient of this
-Rev.
meet at the home of Mrs. JC.Saunderspastor. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Saturday Mass, 7 p.m. Sun- provide the enormous com- disease, cigarette smoking, grant will be the participating Army ROTC provides
P. L. Bridges, 10 a.m.; Fam- LAWTEYCONGREGATIONAL1I0LI1rSS Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. day Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day fort of others who know how and emphysema clubs. It'sa student who is planninga about 40 per cent of the
ily Night In Fellowship Hall, : CHURCH Morning Worship 11. Train- Mass, 7 p.m.Confession. It Is. People with the din7 matter of life and breath. college major in nutritionor Army's new officers each

7 p.m.; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Sunday School 9:45: Ing Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Saturday 6 a related field, ranks year And many of them rise
will follow. a.m.; Service, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer p.m. ArredondoMobile among the highest in his or to the top, according to the:
FridayChildren's Choir Morning Worship 11 a.m. Service, 7:30.: School of Religion: CLASP ENVELOPES, all latest tabulation of generals
her state the overall
on
Youth Service 6 Evening
Rehearsal, 3:30.: p.m. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pas Grade School Sunday 11 sizes. -Bradford County Tel- examination and, from those More: than 100 of today's
-Rev. George L. Harper, Worship p.m. tor. a.m. to 12 noon. Home SalesTop egraph. meeting these two criteria, generals are products of the
Tuesday Prayer Meeting High School-- Wednesday 7
Army ROTC
Pastor. achieves the top score on the program.
7:30 p.m. p.m. Quality Mobile Hom.
-Rev. VV.B. Chauncey, pas -
HAMPTON BAPTIST tor. GREATER BETHLEHEM And Outstanding Service

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IE. BRADFORD CpU Keystone Heights Area NewsChanges






rtrgrap1 At Lake Made Geneva __ __J

Post Office
t- ,

+ Bill Baker, former Lake Pt

Page 8 TELEGRAPH Feb. 8. 1973 Geneva Postmaster, was
wF transferred to Gainesville and
promoted by the U. S. Postal
Service as Customer Service

Representative, effective : Hg
Keystone Hilites February 3. His territory will
Include the Gainesville area r
and the satellite offices from I ePinewood
Leesburg, north to Cross City

By Linda Wharton Ph. 473.4907 or 4648 and from Cedar Key, east to

-..... Jacksonville.Mr. .
HONORED AT TEA Baker stated there are
DUPLICATE WINNERS
AND
KEYSTONE' GOLF
only about 350 Customer Ser-
Miss Patricia Rodgersof COUNTRY CLUBIt vice Representatives nation-

Gainesville was honored with a Winners of the duplicate will be busy February for wide. Their primary dutiesare i
silver tea, Jan.27,at the homeor working with large mail-
bridge game played January 30 the golfers of Keystone with
Ladies Home well individualsto
Mrs. DwIght Arnold In Key ers as as c
at the Melrose Woman's Club the George Washington Silver
stone Heights with around 30 were: First, Mrs. W.J.Gro- Tournament planned for Feb. Bible Study attempt to move our naUon's
mall faster, and more
attending.
guests lick and Mrs. F. T.Iloguewith
Patricia Is the bride-elect 108 1/2 points; Second, Miss 11 at 1 p.m. Entry fee will be Meets MonthlyA efficiently. A major part of x
David Rlgsby son of Mr. and Iva Hillyer. and Mrs R. P. $2 per person with a social this work is coordinating tho

Mrs. Dave Rlgsby of Keystone Vogh with 981/2 points;Third hour and covered dish supper Ladies Home Bib- various mail service pro- Derby winners of Pack 305 (from left): Mark Abies most original

Heights.ned for February The wedding 17 In Gaines-Is plan- Ed Mrs. R. A. Kendall with points and Mrs. afterwards. Players are Invited le Study new has begun in the grams.Baker comes from a long ear; Dean Slocumb fastest car; and Eddie Dyal best workmanship.
Longnecker ; to make their
up own
Keystone Heights area and line of Postmasters,Includinghis
ville. Fourth Mrs. Roland Bryan four ( )
mixed and
some come
Aarnold carried out the all women in the communityare father, T. W. Baker, and
Mrs.
and Mrs. C. V. Home with 90 out and
pink and white color scheme points. play. cordially invited to attend. his grandfather, Will Baker. Cub Pack 305 Derby Winners NamedThursday
throughout her home with pink Mrs. Charlotte Douglas, He was appointed postmasterat -
and white camellias which we- On February 24, Herb wife of Pastor Shed Douglas, Lake Geneva In 1958. third.Al thers, Mrs. Annette Slocumband
Thusday evening game win- Williams Birthday Tourna- night, Jan. 25 Cub came In for Mrs. Joan Ware.
,
around the punch Jr. of the newly formed The Lake Geneva Post Office for
re placed ners were: Mr, and Mrs, Ray Watson was the judge
ment will be held with Herb Scout Pack 305 held its annual -
Friendship Bible Church then fourth class
will was a
bowl and the tables. which
on events
Hughes with 51 points Second the next two
(he ; Williams challenging all be leading the Bible study office with only 14 boxes rent- Plnewood Derby at the
The hostess presented : for workman-
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Falkel were trophies
members of the Keystone Golf S.E.McKAYREALTORS
and discussion it ed but has to third American Legion Hall In Key-
bride-elect and the mothers, as meets grown a originality of de-
wfth 49 points Third Mr and and
,
; and Country Club, men and Cub Mas- ship
Mrs. Earl Rodgers and Mrs. Mrs. Jim Pierce with 48 1/2 every Tuesday at 12:30 P.M. class office, with receipts stone Heights, with First place In the work-
Dave with orchid corsages women. It sounds like a real in a different home each growing by leaps and bounds."It .- ter Roy Sellers leading the sign.
Rigsby,
points Fourth Mr. and Mrs. manship division was awarded -
; fun day and will by all-day
an month. Mrs. is projected that the: office In the evening roundof .
Douglas group
Patricia also receiveda grew Keystone Hts. 473.4816
Francis Mlerfck with 39 1/2 to Webelo Eddie Dyal who
affair, starting early and end-
gift of her selected crystal up in Argentina, South America will go up another level events. with his beautifully hand-
points. won
from Mrs. Arnold.JUNIOR ing at dark.SHRINE where her parents are within the next two years, The first event was the racing worked sports car. Mark Abler HOMESACREAGESRENTALS
missionaries. She attended due to the great growth In of the cars, which were first In the origin-
Mr. Baker said. whittled, designed and painted won
TOURNAMENTChairman LADIES GOLF ASSN. Hampden Dubose Academy this area, ality division with his mod-
CLUB in Zellwood, and is a regis- He added, "It has been my by the boys and their fathers ernistic sports car design.All Mrs. Melba IIg.n 473.4740
of the Juniors, tered nurse, graduating from pleasure to serve the custo- ) on a wooden track.We-
The ladles met Thursday, the boys participatingIn
Faye Greek announced the The Shriners' next meetingwill West Suburban Hospital Schoolof mers in and around the Lake belo Dean Slocumb won the Col. J. Chessington473-4679
Feb. 1 at the Keystone Golf the Derby were awardedthe
be held Feb. 10, 7 p.m. at for almost 15 first place trophy with Cub
winners of the Junior Tour- and Country Club for their Nursing in Chicago. She Geneva area official Pinewood Derby L.J. Robinson 475-1041
the Keystone Woman's Club. also attended Columbia Bible their Postmaster.I Scout Mark Ables coming in
nament held at the KeystoneGolf years as
monthly lucheon and business Blue Ribbon, rand enjoyed refreshments Paschel Carr 473-4058
All members and wives invited
are Robbie Metz
and Country Club Jan- meeting. With all the sickness College in Columbia, S.C. leave this duty with mixed for second place served by Den Mo-
uary 26.First. to come andenjoy the The Douglases and their two emotions, but know this trans-
around, they had a turn-
Low Gross, Bobby out of about 20 to 25 girls and covered dish dinner. small children have Just returned fer to be quite a challengeand
Second low from three a most welcome promo-
Hayes; gross enjoyed a lovely luncheon ser- yearsof
Chuck Head; First Low Net, ved by hostesses, Mildred Sut- ON DEAN'S LIST missionary work in San tion. Service to friends and
David Greek; Second Low ton and Grace Hacker AT ST. JOHNS Jose, Costa Rica and Mana- neighbors has always been
Net. Steve Greek; First Low ; Those receiving grades 3.0 gua, Nicaragua where they my motto, and will remainso
Putts, Russell Greek; Second and 3.49 which placed them on were Involved In youth work in a much higher levelas 2AHOME
Low Putts, Scott Ware. For the nine hole golf play, the Dean's List for this quarter and Christian Camps.All your Service Representative ore ooO roe ,oo0
Danielle Reed came in first Thelma Wallace came In First were: Penny Rodgers, DwIght ladies interested in for this part of the Flo-
place for the three hole play- with Vlrgina Corey, second. Arnold, Jr. and Glenda attending may contact Mrs. rida Postal District," V
Boncile Ketch had low putts Wolfe of Keystone Heights; Douglas on Lake Drive, I Keystone Mrs. Bettie Sprow, formerly -
ers.After the round, a luncheonwas with Miriam Cantrell comingIn Lynda Bloodworth, Deborah or by phone at 473- of the Keystone Heights EXT I NGUISHEK oD ore EB
enjoyed by the 12 partici- second in the putting. Dukes, Jacqueline Gaskins, 2240 for further Information.All Post Office, will assume the RISK J][ED ED((13 ODD H3
pants and the awards were The next three Thrusdayswill Dorothy Gay, Frederick Grau- are cordially Invited to duty at the Lake Geneva Post IIEV's Food and Drug ; Oo oD DO ore ?
given out. The next Junior be team play for the ladies don, Mark Graudons, Lynn come and participate as the Office as the Officer in Administration J DD D DD D0 Z
Tournament will be announcedat and everyone Is urged to Greene, Michael King, Mary first session is a verse by Charge. She will be assistedby homeowners that warns home 00 0, y ..r
eu
out and play. and discussionof Mrs. I. S. Hutchison. Mrs. ,
a later date. come Wager and Patricia Teske, all verse study 00 Dp0
of Starke: Merry Carlisle, the book of Mark. The Bill I Baker, postmaster at fire extinguishers containing 7 \
Jack Cloud, Jr., Theresa Ladles class Is a nondenominational Keystone Heights, will also carbon tetra- p0 \ / ip0
KEYSTONE MELROSEBUSINESS Crockett, Lana Curtis, Dennis Home Bible assist by acting as relief clerkIn chloride are unsafe to DD 0

I .. Fuller, James Jett, John Ken- study group. both offices. use on fires and also 00 ore
nett, Leon Lancaster. Donald risky to keep in homes.

DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S Moore, Pamela Stone and Inhaling carbon tetrachloride vJo ._ .t
Francis Harris, Jr., Green COMMUNITY! CHURCH vapors can O0Your> I
Cove Strings: Linda Perry and WOMEN: Loud voice on the bus: "I harmto
cause permanent
SUPPLIES HARDrVARE-GARDEN Catherine Price of Melrose. The Community ChurchWomen don't object to his holier-than-
thou attitude so much as 1 do the liver, kidneys,
Grade point is based will hold their Feb-
SLIMS ,"rti.e HA average Circle the fact that he really is." heart or lungs, and may
fI? A DARE onthe; following scale of let- ruary meetings on Feb
y ter grades: A, 4.0; B, 3.0; 19 and 21 at the following cause death.
C 2.0. places: Naomi at Valuables Deserve A
Fish Circle
-tl'Stuff GARDEN UNTIl -- --- --
Miss Carole Danis of Mel- the home of Mrs. George
Live Bolt A complete line of Hdw. rose appeared on the Presi- Crago, Nelson's Point, 1 H.B.D.
Crl cketsShinn.rsWormsMinnows BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS dent's List and received a P.m.Ruth Carpets SAFE DEPOSIT BOX
Plumbing & Electrical Supp. grade poing average of 3.5 or Circle with Mrs W.
Gro-Tone Fertilisers better for the term. E. Johnson, 1 p.m. Hwy 100 Keystone HeightsPh. Safeguard documents and other
TACKLERODSREELSFISHINGS. Insecticides Martha Circle with Mrs,
HUNTING Lumber & Building Materials STUDENTS EVALUATE J. P. Cuendet, 1 p.m. 473-4006 or 473.4572 valuables against possible fire, theft
LICENSES AMMUNITIONICE SJRJC ADVISORS Esther Circle, with Mrs, After 6 & Sunday
Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Light Students at St. John River Ray Farris, White Sands and loss with a Safety Deposit box.

Keystone Hgts. 4734357FURNITUREGIFTS Keystone Heights 473.3663TELEVISIONAIR Junior College feel that they Lake, 9:30: a.m.
Our rental
can depend on t'>elr academic Rebecca Circle will meet at SHAG $7.75Over rates are reasonableand

COND. advisers for help, Information the Educational Building, Feb. 65 Waffle the peace of mind divine.
oz. Padding Installed
and personal contact. 21 at I p.m.
Lake Geneva TV Service Center This was revealed in a recent Sarah Circle, with Mrs. J.

*4>roM* survey of a cross sectionof W. Williams, Lake Sante Fe, Savings, Checking Accounts
Furniture Q uusur 473 students, including full 9:30: a.m. COMMERICAL $6.50 Home and Personal Loans
and part-time, reported Mrs. Madonna Circle will meet at
Gift & Candle Shop TV nERO Woffel Installed
Shirley Woods, director of the Educational Building, Feb. 65oz. Podding
CAR AND PORTABLE of guidance.
EXQUISITE GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL "All of the advisers were 21atIp.m.
ANDRESIDENTIAL given a better than average Please attend you circle me- Also Have Foam Back KEYSTONE STATE BANK
Name Brand Furniture etings and support yourle-
score on the entire survey" On Commerical Carpeting

Seeley Mattresses Sold AIR CONDITIONING said Mrs. Woods. (Cont. To Page 9)) ALL F.H.ft. APPROVEDWatch Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla.<

SALES & SERVICE "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
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Community.
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LAKE PROPERTIES arrange ALL financing and : .

RESIDENTIAL insurance details for a brokerage I ''f
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Beauty Style Shot SHOP Its 25 AnniversaryMel

'for a lovelier ." ,.

youPhone Taylor, president of The charter of Club No. LUV 3 BR Mobile Homes 1
475-221 the Keystone Heights Rotary 6824 was presented at a cere-
Johnson Motors Club andthree past presi- mony on March 9, 1948 by Law-
Between SALES & SERVICE dents had the honor of cut- rence Herslg of Green Cove. ,, < -. :;::1

Key.to-e ting the cake at the club's During Its first year the club r: it /1. 'r vwSO :;;1
CLASTRON AND 25th Anniversary party following held the attendance record for ( e eia
; $ :
HeightsMelrose s1- / CHECKMATE BOATS the regular luncheon the district with 20 conse- { / ;$
meeting last Friday. Pictured cutive 100 per cent meetings. ::1 $448N0v0
Keystone Heights, '10. (from left)are Taylor, Al Watson { 11N 11
S.E. McKay, and Huntley Past presidents lighting the
CONTRACTORDemarco Redfearn, Sr. candles and making brief talksat : r
The Keystone club was admitted the meeting last Friday :111 I
This WHERE YOU CAN; USE OUR FAMOUS
And Son i to membership In Rotary were: S.E. McKay, E.T. Mar-
Space For International on Feb. 4, tin, Huntley Redfearn, Sr.,
Specializing 1948, following the formationof Al Watson, Roy WatWns Bill 1 RENTAL PURCHASE; PLAN }

Sale a provisional club on Dec. Reynolds, Jr., Wally Muhl- .'J
Residential Slabs 11, 1947, under the sponsor- hofer, Lon Rushton,Watt Har-
Concrete Patio, Block ship of the Green Cove Springs denbergh, and Jim Wharton. ;1: ((165 Days Before 1st Bank Payment) iOn
Club. Past presidents unable to attend -

Work, PalMI",. Provisional officers were: the meeting were: Myron Hwy. 21 North Of Keystone
Licensed And... Insured Walter Caldwell, president; Prevatt, Sr., Charles Hutche- f

FREE ESTIMATES Frank Walrath, Jr., vice son, and Jim Chesslngton.Mc ..:.:. ..3
president; S.E.McKay, secre Kay, Redfearn, and Watson
Keystone F I
Phone 373-1550 tary-treasurer; and Lindsay were the only charter mem- 1; Heights, a. Phone 473-3775 r

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Being Set Up In Study Clay Areas CountyA Hi//tes// rThTh iTrrNews .ofes i

Keystone By .Helen Egan
committee
Is
being form Clubs and some of the schools
ed to establsh an Environ met with various state and COMMUNITY CHURCH
mental Education; programIn federal agency representa- Greg and Elaine Lovorn pine type small candy gum- gram will be omitted, and an
the Clay Henderson veral church folks who have for the members F
County School tives. are actively engaged stuck In and around opportunity
drops
system. I Weare currently hunting (From Page 8)) many friends In Keystone.Mr. In organizing a progres- been missing at the past Sun- each to have a talk-fest music and
Three environmental study for Interested volunteer out- and Mrs. Frank Hardy sive and constructive program day services were able to be one. short-Informal chit chat following the covered '
aders.A Following a
areas will be set up In door educators. These people nursery Is provided for of New Haven J. J. spenta called "Dialing A Kid". Theyare back in their respective pews, meeting, to act on approvalof dish luncheon. Mr. and I'
the county so that one are needed to assist children up to five years of few days with their cou- leaders of the Youth Fel- such as Mr. and Mrs. Tho- the leaders to purchasesome Mrs. Vernon Burns will say I
will be close to every the teacher In working with at the Sunday services In sins, Mr. and Mrs. CharlesT. lowship of the Community mas Hansen of Hutchinson new style paper cups, farewell, two months short of ,
age
school. Gold Head Branch the classes in the study the Educational Building with Smith, on their way to Church. After school hours Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stein; and other supplies from the their planned winter hiatus, :
State Park will be used for areas. Workshops will be competent baby sitters avail- St. Pete to visit Mrs. lIar- Greg and Elaine are endeav- Mrs. Mike Redfearn; Mrs. volunteer treasury, the senIors due to the wedding of a grand-
the Keystone Heights area held to educate the volunteersand able. dy's father. oring to show the value of Bert Chrlstoffers, Sr., and adjourned to the annex son in Iowa their native state. I
and the land around the Black make them competentout Dr. and Mrs.William Payne, youth activities on a service Frank Price was able to leave building for inspection as to Mrs. Burns and Julius Han- i
Creek Fire Tower will door educators and the The Wo- who have been staying White basis of dedication to all, his wife long enough to attend -, use of same for future meet- son are brother and sister. :
Keystone Heights
be accessible to the Orange volunteers will also attend man's Club will have their Feather Court for about a without compensation, but to church. ings. With some added pro- Julius is still quite weak and
Park-Green Cove Springs the teacher workshops. annual at the month, have returned to their be serving those in need of Other sick folks now hospitalized visions, the group felt that confined to his home under the
Area. tpine woods areato Anyone who is Interested club house Smorgasbord on Friday, Feb. home in Lexington, Va. assistance. It may be some- are Mrs. Myron Pre the annex would provide bet- and attention of his wife II IIc
the Within one who is ill or someone vatt. Sr.. who underwent sur- Fern who elected Vice-
complete three. may find out more particulars 9 from 5:30: to 7:30 P.M. Welcome to Keystone as new ter for the activities of the was
,
these three areas every by calling Michael Long, residents, Jim and Ryoko Mis- who needs heavy outdoor ser- gery In Alachua General Hospital President of the 1973 Fellowship -
rvpe of habitat found In Clay County Forester, In Green ener. Jim has retired from vice work, of which these late last week, and William Club, such as games and socIal club. Julius Is retired
County will be represented.Ross Cove Springs, 284-9951 or PERSONALSMrs. the U. S. Air Force at Homestead school young people will serve Pinon of Smith Lake chit-chat. Robert Bert) treasurer. Former member of
.Allies, SecondarySuperb by attending the next meetingat Air Force Base and will and without monetary recom- who is a patient there having Aston and Archie Graham a- the Club, Mrs. Roslle Colgin I
hor, and Mrs. Louise 10 a.m. on February 15 Eleanor Fennan of be in partnership with Dave pense. Through the leaders, undergone major surgery. greed to look after some types underwent eye surgery last
Porter, (Elementarv:: Supervisor in Green Cove Springs at Knowlwood Golf and Country Weimer in his heating and and after school and Satur Announcement was made of of games to enjoy, and others week.
arc supporting this the School Board office room. Club in Westchestei; N. Y.was air conditioning business. days, some youth will be a- the marriage of Kathy Moore accepted chairmanship of
will ...... ..... .. guest for the month of Januaryat vailable. Perhaps ill and Donald Harper on February committees, on trial basis. MELROSE AARP CHAPTER
and \ include noikshops\ .. ..... ... .. .. ,. ,.... ..n.T" Glad to have you among us! an per-
on tlit use of these areas the homo of Mr. and Mrs. It's good to see Bertha Mae son is home alone, and needs 2 in the Community The rains let up somewhat, Upcoming on February 15
In their In-service training which was sliced, sanded, and Joseph Karpovitch of Lake Putman coming over from someone to be with them fora Church.We but it really hampered much Is the monthly meeting and
classes! for the 73-74 school painted. The board was madeof Brooklyn. Whild here, they Gainesville for the Ladles few hours, while their companion trust Mrs. George Col- planning. The annex will be covered dish luncheon of the
:>car plywood, and the set was a enjoyed trips to various pointsof Thursday Golf. She enjoyeda is away. gin will be able to be home available on days when the Melrose Community Chapterof
The committee met for nice display of workmanship. Interest in Florida!, one beIng trip to Orlando recently to Reports from the various soon after a double cataract educational building Is not so AARP, at 11:30: in Episcopal -
the first! time on January' The main attraction of the Disney World. Mrs. Fen- visit her son and a Jay: of !Newsletters Indicate that 1972 operation about 10 days ago. the group decided to have the Parish House. Presidingwill F
evening was the Pinewood nan, along with Mr. and Mrs, She is in Alachua General. be President R.F. SIm-
24. Representatives from golf in Sanford. was a fine year In both the next club meeting on March 1
the Garden Clubs, \\ onion's /Derb Race. Each boy whittleda Karpovitch, has been most Impressed Mrs. Dorothy Young and her Church Departments and Members wishing to remember at 1:30 in the annex. Memberswill mons. Reporting will be
car from a block of pine, then with the editorials by a loved one in the Chairmen of Clay, Alachua
daughter arrived Feb. 1 from boards and the Sunday School. be calling others, and
Cub; PdC')7' sanded and painted it. Soma Mr. Mathews of the Bradford Memorial of Easter Sunday Putnam and Bradford County
; .) Boston for a visit with her Soon the mortgage will be Illness will be a part of the ,
were even decorated. The County Telegraph and is taking presenting an Easter Lily Community Center building
mother Mrs. Roland Coutu of the reporting.Mr. .
paid up, far short estimated -
Members \\ in boys were really proud of their them back north with her.
up for a few weeks. date, and after April, plant to bank the altar, may Friendson, president of project at Melrose. Donald
t' racers, and so were the We had some celebrities in Mr. and Mrs. Roger O'M.i- plans will be In the making call Mrs. Alberta Bridges, the Congress of Senior Citizens McRae, _general chairman of
A
CurtisCub
Derby fathers, as a lot of time and little town last week
our : Ky Is
Each
at 473-3652. plant this Revenue for Community
ra of Demerest, N. J. have for additions or improvements of Florida will be at the Sharing -
hard work went Into this and Bill Laffoon Bill
Scout Pack :57::; met on event. being arrived for a visit with Mrs. to be made on the $5. Recreation Building on Pratt interests, will give
Jan. 30 at the Community Church There were three awards for head Pro for a quarter of a O'M.ira's brother and sister- Sunday School building, whichis street this morning (Thurs- details. The insurance pro-
which tim Cubmaster the races Pelllcer: 1st place 2nd, Christo- century: at the San Jose Golf in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David used ever}' day of the week, SOCIAL CLUB OF AARP day) 10 a.m.Regrettably, many grams of AARP from life,
pher ; place, and Country Club of Jacksonville and the
The rains
Paul Melnmetzpresented Ridgsby. starting' with Sunday School, came members of the Bradford health, automobile and many
Badges, Wolf Cards, and Wolf James Mark :Nordmann.l'here: Habb; and 3rd place and KY, one of the greatpro's Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hut- nursery; Mondajs, twice a roads got muddy, and cold County Senior Citizens Club phases of each will be pre-
of the mid and late thir-
Pins to Jerry Laurin, Scott son, Mr. and !Mrs. Otto Mc- month, Church Womens' penetrated the very sinews of living In Keystone will be attending sented to the members by a
Bannon, Robby Harris, and Best were also awards for tys. The brothers are now retired Collister of Orange Lake and meetings on first and thirdof one's being, but ten loyal and"caring" the Keystone; (Seniors) State AMP official
Looking as follows: 1st and were in this area en- members of the
Bobby Strickland Gold Arrow Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kldd of each month; Tuesday', Bible Fellowship Club Luncheon and
Place, Mark !.Nordmann, joj ing some hunting and fish- newly organized social club of PERSONAL: :
Awards were also presented to Jacksonville were the recent Study class; and Scouts meeting at 12:30: in the Lions I
Jerry Laurin and Scott Ban- 2nd place, Jerry Laurin. Each ing.Mr. weekend guests of Mr. and after school; Wednesday, a American Association members Club building. President Mr. and Mrs. Miles Ingramof
winning boy was presented and Mrs. Bob Lappe attended Mrs. W. J. Grollck. They met on February 2 at Sheets will preside, and as Lakeland spent the past
non.Kay Mlzell asked her boys with a plaque with a model racer the Dupont Credit Union enjoyed a Sunday birthday par- sewing group of Church Wo- the educational building of the Rev. Milton Scripture suffered week at what they call theirsum'ner

from Den2 to show what they on It. Annual Meeting recently heldin ty celebrating the joint birthdays men, starting February 7, Community Church. One another heart attack, the pro- home at Hlilcrest. ;
Bonner Starke and came' home with working for those needing clothing member ill with cold
had done to earn their Wolf Gary won the conso- of Tom Hutson and Mrs. so a ,
Badges..There was a leaf col- lation race held for the boys the Grand Door Prize which Otto McColHster. and articles to make trekked through the wildnessof
lecttori. pencil holder, neckerchief who lost out In the first race. was a tape stero and radio Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ellis have folks in nursing homes more much of the new develop I
slide, bird collection, There will be no regular combination. returned from a weekend In comfortable. M r s. Lillian ment of High ridge Homes, to
and a ring toss game. monthly meeting this month, Congratulations! Aiken, S. C. where they attended !Norwood will be in charge; give some help in setting up NOW OPEN
Bobby Strickland of Den 2 as the Pack's Blue and Gold Rhett Fox was horn recently camollia show and Thursdays, Girl Scouts after the room for the meeting.
a
;
had made: a checkerboard and Banquet will be held on February for the weekend.. These kids were guests of Tom and Dot school; leaving Friday for the Charles Koch did not stay,
27 and .just t can't stay out of keystone preparation needed to again his whole
checker set with the checkers will take the tie Evans; who visitorsof for body was really
were
made from a broom handle, place of the regular meeting. There's no place lIKehome" is the Kllises some time a- hold Sunday School and a new sick. Older Americans are the KEYSTONE
there, Butch'Is. ? week of programming.Pastor bravest, and those who attended -
:\ Louiseelson: and sis- go. They reported a grand McCord and his family enjoyed a refreshmenttable

ter, :-Mrs. .loo Wright, enioved timefrs.! found that folks really provided by hostesses,
Florence Harris is
a trip south to St. Petersburgto : care and show their concern Mrs. Lena Clemens and Mrs. INSPECTION STATION
\'IsHft'5: Wright's: friend, treating her first grade class for their welfare, as the Mc- Gladys Jennings. The U-

:Mrs. !'. P littOn, who returned with tal :Mobile a trip to Museum the Camp on Cry Crystal 's-- Cord family slowly recovered shaped table brought everyone; CLOSED!) SIN.( & \IO|()N.1IIGIW .
with them to Ke stone from the Illnesses of the past around to a fellowship social
for a few dan Mrs. 'Til ton Lake, four at a tlmo She month that have laid so many time, and each was tagged witha VY 21 N. KEYSTONE
spends:. the rtInters In St. Pete has made two trips so far. low. In behalf of the mem- floral valentine name tag
but fell I In line \\lth Ke- tone l Each: week she pins a little bership and congregation and each table was centered HOURS:
uhile she Witt ',I'll. heart on the four students Pastor McCord was In the with a red heart and lace
Mr .md \li Cl.u, litMe, that are selected to go that last 8:00 TO 5:00
ro". pulpit Sunday, althoughhe dolly motive on which wen S
Glave enjo.ved .1 weekend: visit w eh. The, museum has'many was having a struggle. Se- Florida oranges, with porcu
stuffed animals with i the
from lends Newark.' I>cl- stage
'.. aaIrQlr.. and Mrs I Hal.e> setting. as their natural 1 hnhl-: ..
,. j. nuding; and :Mr. and :Mrs! tat. titer< the interesting trip .. ," -, \,d
\I got Ellis. While here they there :\11'''. (harris takes them
celebrated Charlie's birtli- ;.o the Halo Dasher: for a

da> at the liver Club in.Jacksonville treat I understand that the
as guests of S. 1 E.: children i arc really enjojing .

Grand Opening !McKay. this.:Mr. and Mrs, 1-\: creft Fox
Miss L.vrm lien de I' son,
daughter of :Mr and :Mrs.! and :Mis. Fran Stephens en- TURN UP GREENS.

FEBRUARY 17, 18 & 19 lected Robert Vice T, Henderson President, was of her e- jojed the; weekend with the

Hal Adam., ol :MiddlebtiiK at
sorority, Gamma, Phi Beta
1I 10% Off at the t'niversltj of Florida. their, huiitiiiK Sdturd.is, I, ...!I',>Un M-| '|'LMI| ,tll l| xinfuid the- If you want to get ahead in They're iree-flowing and
Ljnn and her little sisterin
hunters in the ,iica gui (o- the start contain sulfur.
On All 1972 Models the sorority were awarded tether for a )big,: barbecue and growing game, your crops

.. U tThl. having a plaque the best and grade braceletsfor point then on Sunda.v enjoyed a dov right this year. And if you like, we can spread

5% Off Congratulations of golf, I Kist the fertilizer for
average in the sorority. I.ois Walker has been.; homesick Begin with Gold living you.

'-" On All 1973 ModelsFor quite an honor., l Ljnn! That is with the flu bug this seed and Gold Kist fertilizers. Just ask the manager at your
'! week. I have missed
,;".":.:::."... -;-;.-, -.. Our GrandOpening Days I got a first-hand report decorating pist partner, so hurt m.\\. You won't find any seed of Farmers A lutual Exchange.

on Bruce McRae the other and !get: well. Nou've also been
that"offers Gold Kist seeds and fertilizers.
daIll' Is back in his own missed on the golf course greater purity, none higher

We've got em. And we're proud to be able to home now on Bird and Jasmine and bj jour fellow bridge germination or better yields. They're the way to turn up greens.
Avc. and Is doing fine. plajers. Everyone: has been
show you what a telescoping trailer is all a- His motherinlawIrs.: Anna asking about you.Response. And there's no way you can Gold Kist.

bout. Like an all steel frame and Chassis for :Marcellus has been with :
him for awhile but left last beat Gold Kist chemicallymixed: EW Good things for the farm
durability. Low center of gravity for safe High
Sunday. Bruce has a braceon fertilizers. and from the farm.I .
travel. Hydraulic lift for easy conversion. one leg and hopes to geta To Cancer
the other
smaller cast
on
Interior comfort and for
luxury easy living. stand
soon. lie is able to up
We've got 'em alright in sizes from 15 to now and shuffle around and Questionaire
when he gets rid of
hopes
,
23 feet. Come and get em.Robbie's some of that weight, he will Bradford County has already I

be able to run laps aroundthe achieved a 90 per cent response .
.
Camp Trailer SalesHI yard. Great to hear you in the current Cancer Prevention : .
are doing so well, Bruce! Study, near the top In
Mrs. Myron; Prevatt Sr. north Florida, according to the
LOW EXCLUSIVE Is In Alachua General Hospital American Cancer Society Information -
< 5 Miles South of Keystone Heights! On Rome .n 1 recovering from major Center In Gaines
surgery undergone Feb. 1.
J. W. Robinson Phone 475-7035 Here's wishing you a speedy ville.Questionnaires on smokingand

Route 1 Box 316 Melrose Fla I 26($ recovery and hope you will health habits were sent to
be home soon. I'm sure she 81 volunteers in Starke, Bro-
would enjoy hearing from her oker, and Keystone Heights
who have participated in the
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= 1959. Of these volunteers, 67 I
:
: m..1 returned their answers. Five
of the original group had died
.I since the survey was last made. -

i .wo1IEBI I Inc. Mrs.. Arlln McKnlght and the

#3 :::: staff of the Bradford County

i. oo Health Department were very
helpful in completing this sur-
Ph. 473-3029 I vey. The only north Florida
county to do better than a 90
: cent was Nassau
I per response
Hwy. 100 1 1t County, north of Jacksonville,
which got back all but one of

Keystone Heights, Fla. 11 172 questionnaires.Two former Bradford. Cou-

I nty couples have been "lost,"
.:
since the last survey. They
,
are J.C. and Zulene Harrell,
; I 0fTlLeI1i << and George W. and Clarissa
{ Davis. If anyone knows their

present address, please call
I the American Cancer Society

office 376-5234.in Gainesville (collect),

Other Bradford County volunteers -

i iI ionnaires who are still urged have to quest-return <:'+" .

them to the American Cancer

I I Society; 1817 N. W. 13th Street, ..
I:!! Gainesville
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I1i 1 Tiffany, Parkwood, Harvard jij may be a low form of life onMara.
Ill hard to Imagine
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The Sweeten Strawberries This Side of Heaven '

BHS Edges Palatka

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Keystone Cagers Loses To Tough BollesBradford





split a pair of Tornadoes. the fourth quar-
2 Contests Then came
Drop games this week as the Tor- ter, which could have been
nadoes edged by the visiting fatal to the Tornadoes.A .
..-n.. Palatka Braves,40-38,Friday quick four points by
night before traveling to Jacksonville qr PS closed the gap to nine

Keystone basketballers defeat (52-65)) to Cedar Key Burner's 36 points raised Tuesday and falling points 35-24, early;' In the
drped:; their eighth and ninth Friday night but the home- his season average to 18.8, victim to a much taller Bolles last period.
games of the season Fridayand town Sharks wouldn't let it one of the area's highest. team 6045.Controlling. One foul shot by Sheldon
Monday nights, losing 58- happen. They handed the The last eight games Burner the boards on Hodge was the only score
63 t>Cedar and being swamped Indians their eighth defeatof has hit for 20, 15. 28, 23, both ends of the court Bolles BHS could produce until late
"freeze" late
36-83 by Bunnell in road the season, 63-58. 17, 29, 24, and 36 points went into a in the fourth with 2:48: left
games. The Sharks built up a five for a 24.0 average. Wingate In the third quarter and in the game.
halftime lead and stret- coasted to an easy 60-45 win foul shot by hedge
The Indians now own a 7-9 point sports an 11.1 average. After the
record with Suwannee River ched that margin to 20 points Score by quarters: Tuesday night over the visiting Sylvester Miller becamea
Conference Tournament set during a disastrous Keystone KH 11 II 12 24 58 Tornadoes.It d major threat to the game
in Live Oak beginning tonight. third quarter and held on for CK12 15 20 16- 63 was the Bulldlgs third J JP for Bradford.He .
Bunnell's Bulldogs just had dear life In the final two Keystone Burner 14-8-36, straight win over Bradfordas scored on two fast
ton much bite Monday night. points of play for the vic- Wingate 4-2-10, Turknett 1- Bolles upped its conference break lay ups, then was
They made KH's Indians vic- tory. The Indians were 4-6, Grayson 1-1-3, Vaughon record to 7-1, best in the fouled and faced with a one
tim number 16 for the season.It only three points behind with 0-1-1, Ellis 1-0-2. league. The loss dropped and one situation at the char-
was also Kll's second loss two minutes remaining but Totals 211658. Bradford back to 6-6 in and the ity line. lIe made both

to doe, Bulldogs.In couldn't quite close the gap. Cedar Key Berryhlll 8-3- Florida Star Conference P +A'j 4 YY I of them, took a break and
the first meeting, the Senior Bob Burner led the 19, IUl.uO.o-13, Bishop 5- 10-9 overall. let his teammate Ronald
first game of the season, Bun- Indian's charge and woundup 0-10, D. \;' ji !-2-10,G. Allen Bolles took an early 8-4 Williams score two points
nell trimmed KIT 74-43 on the with a whopping 36 points. 1-2-4, llxnm 1-0-2. Totals lead at the end of the first for PS, then made one more
The 5-11 Ilurner sank 14 field quarter and extended it to six tied the
loan-rs own court. 25-U-63. foul shot which gameup
Jacob Spates hit for points goals and eight free throwsto by the half, 30-24. In the 35.35 with about three
and Elijah Emanuel was close score his highest point third quarter, the Tornadoes minutes left.
beMnd with 16 to lead the Bulldog production of the season. played the host Bulldogs even LA"L Henry scored a 20 foot
!. Keystone's sophomore star, Tigers ball until late in the period. shot for Bradford to regainthe
Kit's high scoring Bobby Don Wingate bucketed four Down by eight,Bradford was lead, but not by muchas
Hurler, averaging 24 pointsin field goals and two free throws forced to go out after Bollesin Mark Murphy was foul-
the last eight games and for 10 points. Bomb the final quarter they ed and put up to the char-
"It was the best comebackof went into their freeze. The He made only
corit'ig t' off a 36 point performance ity line.
was held to 13 points, the season for us," Key- host team scored 19 pointsIn one of his shots and Brad-
his lowest point production in stone Coach Stefan Brokas DevilsForwards the final quarter with 11 ford was edging 37-36.
tIle last 12 games. said after the game. coming from the charity line. Golden hit one foul shot and
"Despite a defeat, I haveto Bradford outscored Bolles Henry hit two more giving
Keystone was hoping to say I'm pleased with the Homer Weeks and from the field, but the home what looked like the gameto
avenge an early season comeback." Jack McGill, each playing only team shot a red-hot 75 per Bradford
line
cent from the free throw ,
16 and
two quarters, posted 24-32. The Tornadoes scored Then with three seconds
in Lake Butler
17 points
in guiding the only seven points from the left In the game PS's Frank
Friday night Bradbury scored two pointson
Lake Butler High : ;
cagers
line.Pacing
Wllllston 16-54. the Tornadoes In the a lay up and the game
past losing effort was Donnie Se- ended, Bradford's favor 40-
McGill hit on seven shots
r fr.jin the field and three well with 14 points and Al- Sheldon Hodge stretches his long arms Friday night to get this lump ball to 38.A
more from the charity line vaughn Golden with 12. one of his player and succeeds in doing it against Palatka South Friday night. I Berry was the leading
while Weeks popped in eight Sophmore Hlch Clarson was Tornado scorer with 11 points,
shots from the floor to lead the game's leading scorer with BOLLESClarson 8-12-28, half Friday night to help period on a 20 foot shot tied with Sylvester, Millerof
tilt Tigers to their present 28 points on eight baskets Debanm 1-0-2, Gainer 0-7-7, boost them to a 22-11 half- by Allen Eubands, his only Palatka for the \I'game's'
11-5: mark with the Suwannee from the field and 12 charity Jones 3-3-9, Hand 4-0-8, time lead over Palatka South score of the night. top scorer position. '
Conference victory. shots. Bozeman 0-2-2, Sterrltt 2-0- which fizzled to a close But Berry was there for Malachi Henry had v nine
1 Wing Stlrley Jones added BUS- Williams 0-2-2, Bar- 4. Totals 182460. 40-38 win for BHS. Bradford with two straight points for Bradford followed -
seven: goals for 14 points, ber 1-0-2, Henry 1-0-2, Gol- This Is the second time baskets one from 15 and by Donnie Sewell with
point guard Abraham Perry den 5-2-12 Hodge 2-1-5 Ber- Bradford High junior Al this year that Bradfordhas the other at 20 feet from eight.
kicked In five goals and two ry 3-3-6, Hampton 1-0-2, Se- Berry added 10 of the Toradoe's -. beaten the Braves. the basket.A Bradford hit four of eitht
foul shots for 10. well 6-2-14. Totals 19-7-45. 22 points In the first Tuesday night, Feb. 2, the foul was called against of its free throws for 50
Sirmones registered 13 Tornadoes had a 57-46 lead Bradford and Frank Brads- percent compared to Palatka's
refunds for the Tigers over PS at the end of the bury got one point from 12 of 16 for 75 percent.
leading in that department.Lake game. the charity line putting the Friday night the varsity
Butler came outrunning Berry scored the first two game at 14-7, BITS, midway will face Conference Competition -
\4 and scampered for 27 points of the game after through the second period. against FernandlnaBeach
points in the first period 10 seconds of play and was The same people, White, then play Ocala Forest Satur-
4 while holding the Red Devils soon followed by two pointsby Golden, Berry and Henry, day night, both games at
to a meager take of eight. Palatka, leveling the who in the first quarter home and starting at 8 p.m..
4 The: Tiger kept up the pace game at 2-2 with 6:38: remaining scored one each of four Score by quarters:
L4 to ci ise the half behind a4fi In the first period. straight baskets for Brad- BUS 10 12 12 6-40
-?9 advantage. Lake Butler Then the Bradford defense ford did the same thing In Ps 4 71116-38
was never headed. really took control, keepingthe the second which gave Brad- BITS White 2-0-4, Henry
Lake Butler scored 26 ball down Bradford's wayA ford a 22-11 lead at the end 4-1-9, Golden 3-1-7, [lodge
assists: in dropping VYlllIston basket each by Curtis of the first half.
to) 2-13 on the season. White, Alvaughn Golden Al The third quarter saw the 0-1-1, Berry 5-1-11, Sewell
Score by quarters: Berry, and Malachl Henry closest scoring of the game 4-0-8. Totals 18-4-40.
LB 27 19 15 25-86 put the Tornadoes in frontat but BUS still out scoredPS PSMiller 4-3-11, Eubanks
the end of the first 1-0-2, Murphy 1-2-4, Perrine
\ W 8 11 18 27-64 quar- 12-11.
P'1w4 K!rrR t yR TR+,lif K 4.. LR Perry 5-1-11. McGill ter 10-4. See-saw scoring in the 1-05 Williams 2-5-9, !Murray!

.. 7-3-17, Ones 7-9-14.. Weeks Palatka put the first marks third period produced a 12 2-1-5 Bradbury 2-1-5. Totals
8-0-16, Johnson 2-0-4 Young I on the board in the second point 34-22 lead for the 13-12-38.

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Marshall Cloversettle grits his teeth to lift Donald 4-0-8. Totals: 39- >


the ford weights and Ocala Tuesday Vanguard in a lifters match at between the BHS Brad gym. ham 8-86.WIlHston-Floyd 8-0-16, Stokes 2-0-4 5-0-10, Gra-, C ;;p"N; ; ;; .1

JelKs 2-0-4, Dallas 4-0-8, ,
Jayj 4-0-8, McCray 0-0-0, I
BHS Weight Lifters Rivers 0-0-0. Totals 27- I I
1 O-24.
Jayvee game: Lake Butler :;: &

Outmuscle VanguardStarke 62, Willlston 42. I


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weight men outlifted Ronnie Hall took first spotIn iI
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Ocala Vanguard Tuesday afternoon the 165 pound class for FFA Boys I\ I Landscape
the placerin
37-25 in the opening Bradford, as only
meet of the year for Bradford. that class for BUS. Set Trip
Kevin Meng in the 123 pound Brad Carter was first placer f
class placed first for Brad- in the 181 pound class as team- To State FairTwelve
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ford while Mike Crews and mate Marlon Thornton took I 1 Florida Bud & Bloom
David Harper took the first third place.
two places inthe 132 pound Chuck Norton: only placerfor :::: 1 89
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98 fie ti
class. Bradford in the 198 pound Bradford high Future s:: Roses 3 Azaleas I :;
Farmers of America .49. 1:1:;
class took first spot.In Re 2.49
Stewart Strickland placed :: ..
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members will travel to the Ea. ::-
second in the 148 pound class the heavy weight class ,r .
who Donnie !Neil; took first place Tampa State Fair February ::
followed Gerald Meng 1
by
9-10 to judge livestock, dairy, Ilil Tane-Nashi II
tied with an Ocala lifter for for Bradford as the only placer Japanese Bare Root
third place. for BUS in that class. and poultry. Randy Martin scrambles to get a lose ball Friday .... Nojj'

Jr.the Chapter trip are members Tommy Miller making -- night against the Palatka Braves. ::1: PersimmonsReg. TREES'::1' I

KH Travels To Live Oak M arvln McKInney, Char- 2.89Ea
les Castlln, Debbie Douglas, 3.98 Many Varieties
I !Mike Scott and David Baldree, ''
For Suwannee TourneyIt's while senior members are STOCK ABRACES 33
Jimmy Gladwell Zack Ed- Pecan 1''s;
wards, Jackie Marr, Terry f Y Fancy Leaf. Heg.8,98' '.98 ,.,,
Suwannee River conference championship.Game !Mott, Jim Johns and Greg D0- : Now r:
1:
basketball tournament tune for tIle IndiansIs dd. E a' 1i 1
time and Keystone High School 7 p.m. Other teams squar- These students were selected Every I CaladinmBulbs l
will be trying to rid a three- ing off against each other after going to judging scho-
game losing skein with a tri- Thursday In the single game ols In Gainesville and judgingthe : Many Varieties 1f
TURD Y ; '
umph over Maranatha's Com- elimination tourney are Bell- best. SA -' I
modores in the second game The old courthouse was cleaned -
Bronson and Trenton-Mayo. 1m
of a triple-header Thurs- by the FFA members on : Pears
Branford is the tournamenthost
day (tonight) at Live Oak. and received first round December 14, as a part of the Time Trials 7:30: First Race 8:30: {1111 2For25 C 3.49 I 111

Keystone's victories and bye because of Its won-loss BOAC program. The .membership ::: Reg. 3.98 Ea., ::::
losses are running In streaks conference record during reg- also plowed the West- :#:y ::::
this year and Coach Stefan ular season play. Branford'snew side Park recreation park for &: 1111
Brokas hopes his cagers will gym has not been com- the Starke Recreation Depart- Grow Your Own NOW ffii
begin a new win streak witha pleted so the tournament site ment. Opening Y EEEfeT ; March 3, :::: Weed & Feed YourLAWN :::::;

victory over the Commo was changed to nearby Live The Future Farmers declared Sat.* y.-- 1973 ii 1; Nectarine/ r 1111
dores. The Indians'7-9 record a work day at their <. :: 'J
has gone like this:four losses, Oak.Friday night a twin bill Is school farm and planted 9.- Night sm&Late !1 1 5.95 Reg. 3.49 2.89 f

then four wins; two losses, slated. The winners of the 000 pine seedlings on 12 :::: Ba... ..
then three wins: three losses, Keystone-Maranatha and Bell acres Saturday, Jan. 6 Ea. ::
then Maranatha! -Bronson games will squareoff Chapter members are get- !----Call Us For Free Estimates
"I would like nothing bet- ting Involved this on
against each other and year projects Models and Bombers
ter than for us to begin a three the Trenton-Mayo[ victor will to earn awards and pro- 1[ Our LOT CLEARING I SODDING i
game winning streak with Ma face tourney favorite Bran- jects which will make the com- ft Services
ranatha" Brokas said Tues- ford. The winners of those two munity a better place to live, Lake City Speedway :: Include DRAINAGE! I LANDSCAPING & ${

day. Three consecutive vic- contests will vie for the championship according Chapter to Bradford Sr. 5 Mi. S. of Lake City On US 41 $ SPRIGGING I SPRINKLER SYSTEMS. '*'
Jackie
tories would, of course give Saturday night. reporter Mar .
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I Baby Reds Win 5 Straight Games -

... '-" in the locker rooms with &> tile second half BHS ;

mance Riding and the with 24 point both perfor-boards the five wins but gets lay ups does play tough Ocala For- 0-2, Martin 1-0-2. Totals 22- had a 26 point 40-14 lead over on the board before the Braves ponents.a 40-14 lead over their opstui outscored the Braves /
controlled giving 100 per cent hustle and rest on the BHS home court.The 953. the Braves. put on their war paint and -
Red by David McMillan, ,hawking the ball at every op- Forrest JV team is 17- Boll e McClelland 2-1-5, Bradford held Palatka! had a 29-2 lead on them
the Baby cagers of Brad- portunity. 0 so far this season and went Donovan 2-0-4, Ludwig 3-1-7, scoreless until the last part with less than seven minu-
ford straight High win swept Tuesday to their fifth McMillan hasn't scored a 25-0 last season, giving thema Hallam 6-3-15, Lock 0-2-2, of the first quarter when tes remaining In the first 301 DRIVE IN
Jacksonville nightIn lot of points, he had four 42 game winning streak Howard 3-1-7. Totals 16-8- they had a 13 point lead. half.Two
going 53-40 'Tuesday night, but got 12 rebounds which will be on line here Then after two points was fast break lay ups
over the Bolles junior var as he covered the offensive Saturday. Next Tuesday BUS 40.If scored by a ten foot Palatka by Donnie Ful wood were scored Show Begins At SundownFri.
sity.A. and defensive boards goes to Buchholz In Gainesville Jumping In front of an shot the Tornadoes contin- for the Braves both straightin
torrid 20 point first per- for the Baby Tornadoes. another team which beat opponent 22-2 In the first ued to score raising the a row with 5:33: left In the Sat. February 9,10
iod gave the Baby Reds a Wingman Wayne Berry, who the Tornadoes the first time quarter of a game meansa score of 22-2 at the end half. See-saw scoring con-
20-10 advantage which they hit for seven points at Bolles, around. team Is hot, that's what of the first period. tinued until the half was
never 'relinquished Tuesday Is the best outside shooteron the Baby Tornadoes were BITS put seven more points over as the Tornadoes went
night. BHS led Bolles 3519at the JV team, Coach Bush- Score by Quarters: last Friday night In front _-.-. _._. _. _.- _. -. -.-. -
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the;half and 49-25 at the ore says. of a home crowd against
,end of the third period. At The JV team plays at home BHS- 20 15 14 4 53 Palatka South, winning the
that point Coach Steve Bush- Friday night against Fernan- Bolles10 9 6 15 40 game 70-32. CRESTYIEW MOBILE HOMES OWL
ore emptied his bench and dina, a team which beat BUS The Tornadoes kept this 't
Bolles won the fourth quar- 52-25 the first time around. BUS- Aldredge 10-4-24, type of play up during the \\1.ed Furniture We Will Trade For 0 r o
ter 15-4 but t' BUS won the "We expect to do better this Berry 2-3-7. McMillan 2-0- whole game and seemed never For Sale Your Furniture t M "
game. time," Bushore says. 4, Barnes 5-0-10, Green 0- to let down.
It is the,'BUS JV's second Saturday the Baby Torna- 1-1, Thomas 1-1-3, Hudson 1- By half time of the one- We Will Sell -PLUS-
win of the,week. BIIS dumped sided contest the Baby Reds

Starke Palatka last S uth's Friday.JV 70-32 in RayburnLeaving *..- Fr' $185 Over Cost Delivered WHO DID IT?
00
I points AldredgeIs,"per, game averaging 19 and Setup Man's best friend... ,4
five contests for BIISehe
5-10 point man hasn't scored The Following Homes or a man? '
from the outside in any of ""
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Rec PostRecreation 2 Plantations 12 x 65.2 Peachtree 12 x 65 f they only

1 Winchester 12 65.1 1 Shield 12 x 65 h '
FLORIDA Director Gene x J kill ,., '.
Hay burn has resigned his position 1 Armour 12 x 65 J1 flielr
with the City of Starke 441 N. W. 13 St. Gainesville, Fla. ;-
ra '"' ...us.ers
effective tomorrow, Friday, a Phone 378-2380 "
THEATRE Feb. 9, and has accepted man- [PGJ METRO COLOR MGM
agership of John W. Kyle State
7:00 Park near Sardis, Mlssissl- "
Showtime-Weekdays.' slppl, his home state. 301 DRIVE IN Sun. & Mon. February 11, 12
Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 Rayburn will be employedby
the Mississippi Park Com
Fri. Sat. Sun. mission. That state has passeda
February 9,10,11Adm. $25 million bonding pro- You May Faint. But You'll Never Forget .
gram to Improve its park sys-
Children .75 tem and is employing recrea- The Story that Happens OOP-fifties Every Night-
tion personnel to formulate
Adults $1.00 recreation programs. i .

Planning, developing, and
The Untold Legend of YoungKing'Arthurand promoting a recreation pro- I tI I e I I I'f
gram at John W. Kyle State I
Merlin. Park, located 55 miles from

th /:Madcap Magician! primary Memphis! job., will Here-to-fore be Rayburn's the /i

park has been used as over- ,
night camping facility. Ray-
burn plans such programs as 1'.s
,1 riding stables, golf courses,
( .+ archery ranges, and sale boat .s t Il
regattas on man-made Sardis
Lake which has 60 miles of

shore line.Potential. l
in the new Job,
Eayburn says, is such that
he felt It unfair to his familyand t

Opportunity to himself for not advancement to take It. James Aldridge goes up for a lay up last Fri-

within the Mississippi Park day night against hapless Palatka South for a

WALTQISNEYS Commission is good, he adds. Bradford two pointer.
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The Rayburn family leaves i4l1ript
All CARTOON IATURIfLUS
this weekend.Rayburn will assume ;;- My Neighbors p p ..
his duties In MississippiFeb. U d e..o. _
lhi 19. The park is within .
150 miles of Greenville, Ray- ( ;
burn's home town. '
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thtfr ? Rayburn leaves Starke after .' ; -:+ \.;=-> 4 r4 '"
; TECHNICOlOR e heading the city's recreation .I -. ''II!
."'-, program for 7 1/2 years,having __ / ;- I eARINGRICORDS
.('t" (.A l begun his duties here August "' s e rT e -
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I, 1965. :; ;.: -\ kl.
'L rGr i" Ask COAST!
.:J ... cnr-:dtL-
'' ,, No successor has been '
ff' '. 1ll' -. i. TO c .
:c-: named: according to Recrea- }
.0.0..' ={,lJ. tion Board Chairman CharlesE. CharleyE. COAST
: .!!-'"! .' .'C!' 'I 1 Johns. The local recreation L.... 9"" j 1
program will continue to function r ,
In the meanwhile, under "Dear, I know how you r.1
Assistant Recreation Director hate to have me rail during Johns w '
WALT DISNEY Randal Davis. office hours-but-t." \

THE SilVER FOXand -
About This Question"A tIn'
Sam Davenport

TECHNICOLOR" fusion rr.awrnw'""'""" :oJ CIJt Milwaukee banker and
political leader was sued

Late ShowFebruary for $200,000 in a libel ac 1
I
10 tion. The Jury awarded

11 P.M. Sat. 275,000. Does this pointup

I the need for excess or

S1AGE Cr umbrella liability insurancefor
pN
; business and professional -

Jet rt/l1 people?" \ .
Fearless! Bold/ UNCUT! UNCENSORED!

Charley E.
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sla THE MOST BREATHTAKING BIRTH SCENES EVER
thlUdl SHOWN TO THE PUBLIC.
> r JOHNS AGENCY
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ANYTHING SUN BIFOMDRJEKYL > 131 S. Walnut St.
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Government's role in of housing programs will hardly go
The U, S.
Nixon's policyof \
along with President ,
obtain needed housing -
the
helping poor "throwing the baby out with the t

an American tradition with more bath water." Home builders, mort- f
ti tk
than thirty-five. years of legislation fI
lenders and state and local I
gage ,
"major
behind it, is undergoing inPresidentNixon'sprogram a officials-- say nothing of low ._ -- .".

re-examination" Federal income citizens who need a roof over
to eliminate programs
their head-- strongly object to the Hut RenovatedBy

and economy-shaking halt
abrupt, l'f
while the re-evaluation is in prog-

Certainly there is need for re- ress. Results of such a policy could Nat'L Guardsmen flit f

evaluation in all phases of Govern- have dire effects on the economy, y
ment but opposition continues to As Community ProjectMembers
from which no one-- whether directly -

mount concerning methods the Nixon engaged In housing or notwould 1 1t

administration is using to bring it escape. of Company D Shown In the group pictureat LL.Yq t,

about. several membersof Y YV
(Maintenance:: ) 53rd Spt Bn., left are
Many argue that the old programsweren't the local National Guard unit, the unit who assisted In it r rt
From left to right t
Congress already ruffled by Nix- the project.
as bad as they are some- participated In a community
Robert E. Rosier
on's impounding of funds for longstanding times pictured. Sen. Charles Percy project last weekend repair- SP4 are SP4 Buddy Broughton, SP4, t r r rI

and far-reaching programs Illinois Republican for Instance, asserts Ing and renovating the Scout Ralph Gllpin, SP5 Malcolm t tI'
Hut for Troop 70, sponsoredby
is deeply concerned by the adminis- that more "decent homes" for the Starke Rotary Club. Adams, SFC David Montgomery

tration moves and is determined to low and moderate-Income families Members of the unit, under and SP5 Broward Capps. I

fight the Nixon freeze on housing federal the leadership of SEC David .
have been built under pro- but
who helped,
programs to the bitter end. three than II. Montgomery, who Is also Guardmen
in the last years Tom
grams are not pictured were:
Scoutmaster of the troop, repaired i.s.the Editor
1940 to the Letters
in the entire span from the roof of the build- Grant, Ed Norman Henry to .
Rep. Wright Patman Texas
present time. Lawson Larry Godall, Paul
and
Democrat and chairman of the House ing, replaced repaired Wheeler, Ricky Lee, Lloyd ;.
windows, replaced and repaired -
Banking and Currency Committee Interior walls, and repaired Gilpin, Terry Hardee, and ONL I

proclaims his opposition to the Pres- "In 95 per cent of these cases plumbing facilities. Freedy Stephens.

ident's "meat axe" approach promising the programs have been working successfully Another weekend will be necessary ...

that his committee will not and well," says Charles to complete work on Guard units throughout the 1.-
the hut, Including painting the nation are stressing community LET VOTERS DECIDE LITTLE TO GAIN area, the county will receive
sit quietly and accept "the destruc- Mann, executive vice president of exterior. projects as a means of MUCH TO LOSE 24% of the license fee. If Ii

tion of housing programs by admin- the National Association of Home improving their home towns the establishment Is Insidean

istrative fiat." Builders. "The few that haven't have The 15 members of the unit and cities, and forming a clo- Dear Gene: Dear Sir incorporated area the city
:
given a black eye to everything." game freely of their time and ser working relationship with Ihaveneverwritten a letterto will receive 38%/ of the license It
In repairing the build- fee and the county 24"<>. t.
In the other legislative branch effort the community. the editor before, but the I would like to take this
Ing and Improving the sur- The remainder of the license
Sen. John Sparkman Alabama Demo- Contrary to administration pre- rounding area. controversy over a wet-dry opportunity to express my fee in either case 'goes to ,

crat and chairman of the Senate's dictions that the impact will not be Scoutmaster Montgomery election has stirred me to do personal concern and that our be the state. The county for city t)
not
lovely city county
Banking Housing and Urban Affairs felt for at least twelve months econ- While work was In prog- says that Troop 70 now so. polluted by legalized intoxi- receives none of the "excise 'I

Committee, has sworn to fight "this omists argue that the effects are ress, a resident of the neigh- has 32 applications members, and pending.several It Although I do not drink, or cating beverages. It seems tax. The highest license fee, .I fin ,
volun- more
borhood Earl Iluse Bradford County would!, be
arbitrary exercise of executive power being felt by many already. The 1970 teered his, services and joinedin is expected that the attractivehut want a liquor license, I would to me that we have so little $600 therefore the county and
like to see this issue settledIn to gain and so much to lose ;
hous-
revealed that 4.7 million when it Is finished will
census contributing ,
the work party, city would hardly receive ample
the only democratic way by making it possible for such
in the U. S. without the create even more Interest In
ing units are greatly to repairing that is at the polls. revenue to employ addi-
possible beverages to be easily acces-
It is true that some housing pro- plumbing, while 2.7 million are dangerously ; roof. joining the trooP.'lOur sible to our people. tional law enforcement offi-
under overcrowded. According to some of the ads cers to patrol city and cpunty
have deservedly come
grams in the issue is already liquor outlets.
your paper One of the most often used
fire. HUD, particularly, has been determined. Some peo-
arguments in favor of legal-
the target of numerous charges of Starke, like almost every other ple feel that the petition that Is ized liquor is the revenueto Most important to me is

poor management and outright corruption American town and city of any size to be circulated is In fact the be received by the city the desire that our young people -

During the year just closed, is faced with a critical housing short- .. ballot to decide whether we go and county. According to !Mr.\ not be exposed to readily
bever-
twenty-eight HUD employeeswere age. It is hardly an exaggeration to wet or dry. Actually, this Is Jack Epps of the United Chris- accessible Intoxicating
some At least let us! maintain -
indicted on a variety of fraud say that our town would be at least WORLD the only way that the people can tian Actions, Inc., the only ages.this semblance '
their .
preference.This ofhmoral-
express to be received by
if revenue
and con s pi i ra c y charges, although half again as large as it is now By Marilyn Mullis the city and county will be a ity. !

many of these were not concernedwith everyone who had tried to find a Naturalist country was founded on portion of the license fees. James T.Brock,J'astor

housing programs. home here In the last few years the proposition that the voters If an establishment is located first Baptist Church

had been able to do so. could decide their own destiny, outside of an incorporated Starke Florida
and the only way they can decide -

George Romeny Secretary of All we really have to do Is Our ancestors believed that It is at the polls. It is a I

dousing and Urban Development re- Also hurt by the freeze .unlessit look around us to realize just. this fruitful land contained an sad state of affairs when a t

cfommended the abolition of all of is lifted sooner than expected, how lucky we are to live in Indefinite supply of wealth to group tries to Interrupt the HOME NOTESFrom

them last fall, charging they had will be growing towns like Keystone this area. To the east of us, be used and abused as the democratic processes by try- '
the is being developed whims of man dictated.We now Ing to block an issue being
proved to be "a $100-billion mis- Heights, now without sewer systems county placed on the ballot for all Your Extension Home
from boundary to boundaryand know thatthesupplyisnotendless -
install
Federal fiat to
and forced by
take. to the west of us, we finda and that our natural resources people to decide. Economics Agent ,
.
few Revenue
them within the next
years. city rapidly expanding. We must be used spar- l ;
Details of the admi 1istration's sharing funds, which President now have the choice decide ingly. Now Is when we need environmental Suppose that a group decided

rumored moratorium on new federal Nixon seems to think will take up whether we want to join the education in our have a that presidential we shouldnot election G !;Le. BY KATHY BROWNALL <

commitments to subsidize construc- the slack, will fall far short of providing hasty pace of unplanned sprawlor school system so that there so they! banded togetherand
ourselves and will be natural envir-
educato always
tion of low and mJddle-incomo' hous- the funds neceSSaIjin this to said that we should not
our children as to the natural onment to appreciate. ABOUT WOOL recovery from stretch and
place names on the bal
ing ware revealed by Secretary Rom- emergency factors that surround us so lot. By any scare tactics they con- good resistance to wrinkling.

ii .; at: the National Association of that now and In the future,our vinced enough people to opposean Man-made fibers are con-

Home Builders convention in Houston Perhaps President Nixon and growth will be wise and care- Substitute election, and so none was tinually trying to Imitate! There are now several pro-

last month. lIe announced a stoporderon others in the administration who favor fully done. held. I realize that this is an desirable characteristics of cesses of producing machine

new federal commitments\ for such cutting the housing programs: Mail Carrier extreme comparison, but It wool. However, man-made knitted washable wool for woven or
wool If
fabrics.
aid programs;> as water and sewage would change their opinion shoald One cannot truly miss what could happen. fibers give themselves away \ is machine washable a woolgarment

next July for they lose their leases on the Walte; one has not known, and ecol- Job Opening by their shiny appearance. It will ,
and starting definitely say so on
grants ogical factors will not be considered I would like to suggest to the Wool has a softtexturedlook
model cities fund- House and other Washington mansionsand the label. These items shouldbe
urban renewal and in development if they two factions that instead of ; it sheds wrinkles and
of alfof suddenly be thrust into the house- to situation that Wool absorbup washed In cold or luke-
ing, pending the Ihcfusfon are not understood by those Applications for subsitute trying fight a is warm. can
these In a special community' development hunting market or take a tour of doing the developing. rural carrier of record will be is in the future, and opposing to 40% of its weightIn warm water with a mild de-

revenue sharing bill. the country and see some of the received at the Starke post office something that has not yet occurred water and not feel wet. slow tergent spin on cycle.a short cycle and

shacks, that some Americans are Environmental education In until March 9, 1973, according that they save their
to T. C.Hazen. ammunition until it is placedon Just because a fabric or
But even the strongest critics forced to call "home." the school system Is neces- Jr. postmaster a ballot and then use any garment is 100%/ wool does Tumble dry on low heat.

sary and worthwhile. Students legitimate arguments that they not mean it is good quality. Some of the newest washable ,

study history and learn what want to. The quality of wool is basedon wool can be washed on any
man has done In the past. Stud- Applicants: musthave reached cycle with regular deter-
And the fineness and lengthof a
I Justice their 18th birthday on the
Weptcan ies about the environment A and tumble dried med-
go date of but L. M. Gaines the wool fiber. good gent on
hand In hand with man's life In this age filing limit application does not applyto Starke,Florida wool fabric has a springy, ium heat. Check your label! I,
the past, present and future. elastic yet soft feel which
campaign coffers)) to G. Gordon persons entitled to veteran ,
Although the Watergate trial was resistant.To
preference. There Is no max makes it wrinkle Wool fabrics may be given
disappointing In the amount of light Liddyalready convicted in the Children who learn at an imum age limit. HUMAN GUINEA PIGS judge wrinkle-resistance, several special finishes to improve -

thrown on this infamous page of casebut that he (Sloan) did not early age what natural con- wad up a corner of the fabric their use. Two very Important I'

American the of investigations know what the money was to be trols exist for nuisance Insects All qualified applicants will in your hand then release finishes are mothproofing -
history scope
begun to used for. During the trial the pros- are less likely to over- receive consideration for em- Dear Sir: it. Good wool springs and shrinkage con-
has hopefully indulge in harmful Insecti-
ecution said it could not account for ployment; without regard to back into shape Immediatelywith trol. Mothproofing finishes
broaden on two fronts. cides when they are grown race, color, national orgln, Senator Kenneth! .Myers is no signs of crush marks. were developed for economic
$185,000 of nearly $235,000 it says Understanding the variables In Wrinkles hang out of garments
sex, political affiliations, or to be congratulated by every reasons to protect textiles
\ recently published letter from was: given to the big-spending Mr. a population of a species will any other non-merit factor. Florida citizen for acting to between wearings. Therefore, from damage caused by moths

Sen. Edward Kennedy, whose staff Liddy.In help to prevent illegal huntingand Introduce a bill in the 1973 ses- wool garments need little and carpet beetles. The loss
promote wise managementof sion against human guinea pig pressing.; from those Insects Is estimated -
affair editorial captioned Subsitute rural carriers of
has Investigated the Watergate a strong our game animals as well as
experiments, now apparently at more than $100
and other related espionage "Justice Wept," the Christian Science the non-game species. Given record are assigned to per- being made by state-salaried If you want a fabric to million. Remember to keep

implies a far broader Republican Monitor, one of the world's mast the principles of recycling In .form rural the carrier duties during of the the regular lat- officials and doctors on prison hold pleats and creases, In garments clean--soiled areas

espionage and sabotage effort against respected newspapers, says: "If the nature adults will make these future ter's absence due scheduled: Inmates. a pleated skirt for example are the first to be damaged,
are
the fabrics
is to have its con- see waste of non-de- firmly woven store in clean closets, in airtight -
Democratic presidential candidatesthan American public teriorating materials and days off, leave, illness, military better than those that are.
Now that It is coming out In
containers moth
use
heretofore confirmed. fidence restored in the judicial sys- trash service, ect. In texture. ,
on our public roads.In the open, it is Incredible that soft or lacy balls during storage look for
tem, if the blindness of Justice to Florida citizens will do other If you are looking for a

Action on the other front will power and person is to be made the early days of American The position pays from $30 than fully support ending totalitarian durable wool fabric or gar- garments proofing finish.that have'a moth-

begin this week when a U. S. District truly believable the Watergate case history, every man knew to $40 per day depending the cruelty, or conditions ment, look for fabric that

Court held a pretrial must not be considered closed by that his life depended on the length and character of the which invite It. If this has these characteristics:
Judge route. indictment Tight firm wear, Tightly Some hints on care. A firm,
land too
for survival. seems strong an
conference with attorneys for both the events of the last two weeksIn Today we twisted Coarse tex- soft brush removes dust and
yarns
still to for testinghair shampoo
Persons wishing apply
depend on the land, but
Democratic Party's $1 the U. S. District Court lifts wool fibers back to their
sides in the school
few work directly with it andit's the Job may obtain the neces- there are many high
million civil suit against those con- neccesslty Is more re- sary application card at the kids and others who would be ture.When shopping for a coat natural springiness. Damp fabrics -

victed of breaking into and bugging The editorial called for a vigorous mote. Starke post office glad to have some free sam- or coat fabrics avoid the before should be allowed to dry
brushing. elbows
Senate investigation by the com- ples of shampoo and even report Baggy -
Watergate headquarters.In nubby, loosely woven wool knees and "seats" will
hair each
mittee headed by respected Sam Er- on washing their and of fabrics. These are expensiveand become less baggy as the garment -
week or oftener, many
spite of the best efforts of vin, Jr., a constitutional lawyer and The Bradford County them would give It a terrific elegant looking, but they rests. Hanging the gar-

outraged Judge Sirica-- himself a former prosecutor who has the power test. soon will look very ragged. ment over a tub of hot, steamy
The are loosely twist-
Wa- witnesseswho TELEGRAPHEstablished yams water will speed up recovery.
Republicanthe just-completed and the duty to subpoena ed and the fiber ends catchon
Always: store wool
tergate trial revealed little of the can answer questions that Judge Maybe we should see whether everything. Soon your clean. garments

infamous plot because five of the Sirica could not get answers to, 1879 think some public officials coat will look "hairy" and T i
they are running private
seven accused men quickly pleaded in spite of his best efforts. ... ? feudal domains for their profitor unattractive. Also, loose, Some hints on sewing.'
.twllp ; open weaves do not hold
guilty, thus protecting higher ups whether their office has their shape and coat Pressing is the most Impor.

who paid them money and gave them "The facts must be pursued and FLORID I -iR\E S 5 another function, In this case will bag at the elbow your and tant consideration.Always usea

orders. all those connected with the case supervising medical health. seat. Bagging is alsoa press cloth. Press on the
into the : I Florida should be the free wrong side. Use a slightly
must be brought open, ASS problem In less expensiveor
state as well as the sunshine damp press cloth or steam
Judge Sirica let it be known that says the Monitor. "This pursuit must t\JO.N:: state and citizens should make knits.A loosely. constructed wool Iron--be sure to stop press-

he was particularly skeptical con- not be a personal nor a partisan sure that Its reputation does Ing before the cloth and garment -

cerning the trial testimony of Hugh exercise, but a fair and honest effort E.L. Matthews not continue to be besmirchedby number of new alt-wool are dry. Do not move t

Sloan former treasurer of the Nixon to bring out the truth.The Amer- Editor-Publisher some of Its present prison stretch fabrics are availableon until dry or you will pull

finance committee, who ican political system must be freed Published.och Thursday and entered as Second practices, even on citizens the market. The fabrics out of shape. Slip paper strips
re-election
Class Matter at the Post Office at Stark, Florida within walls. stretch from 5% to under seams and darts to pre-
that this sad may
shadow
that he had given $199,000a from the dark vent
testified under .Act of March 3rd. 1879. 20% In >oth the lengthwiseand Imprints. Be sure to'
( lot of money, even for Republl and shabby affair has cast over It. Subscription In trade area: 1 year, $6.00; Outside II. B. Horsfall crosswise direction depending press--lift and lower the iron
Box 694 Don't press "around" the
on the fabric
trod. area: 1 year, $7.00.
Palatka, Fla. Most of the fabrics have 100% hem--press toward waist.




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I II I 8, 1973 TELEGRAPH Poao 13




::1 Legal I NoticesCALL ... .* LAW I
T E Y
By Elizabeth Terry -'II' '' tr1j Community News

FOR BIDS the West right of way line of

State Road 100 Intersects South
The Board of County Commissioners line of N 1/2 of SE 1/4, Sec- CHURCH SCHEDULESAND for Elizabeth Ann Harvey on of her sister, Mrs. C. E. and Mrs. James Norman spent By Elizabeth Given Walker I
I of Bradford County tion 33, Township 6 South, ACTIVITIES Friday evening. As the guests Strickland, of Gainesville.Mrs. Saturday with their uncle and

Florida will receive sealed Range 22 East, run North Grace United Methodist arrived, each one registered.After aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harvey DELl. CHAPTER OES
bids to be opened at 10:00: ( AM 25 degrees West along said Church: Sunday School, 9:45: a few minutes for Fel- Selma Eunice returned in Seville. Will hold its Mrs. Clarence Covington.The
on the morning of February West right of line of a.m. Worship Services, II a.m. lowship, the hostesses, Mes- home Thursday after Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice regular meet- Ushers Board will be selling
5th 1973 In tfee County Commissioners State Road 100() -way 290 feet for and 7 p.m. MYF Monday 7 dames Morris Kelly, George spending some time with her visited their son-in-law and Ing Thursday, Feb. 8, at 8 pies Friday night. Saturday,
room in the court point of beginning, thence con- p.m. followed by Choir Prac- Shuford, Leon Starling, Ho. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ron- Brownlee p.m. in the Masonic Hall on the I Can Circle will be sell-
house for the following: tinue North 25 degrees West bert Norman, Jack Kuhne, and Mrs. Carl Thompson and nie Mosley,Maxville, Tues- Street. All mom- ing from the kitchen. Sunday
This will be considered as along said West right of tice.Mrs.. Ernest Wells, Mrs. H. Truman Norman, Octavius Nicola family, of Crosby Lake. day night. bers are asked to please be is Youth Day with Sunday

a package bid and will be for line of State Road 100,way 94 H. Hamilton, and Miss Arthur- and James Normans Helen Ann Kuhne was a Friday Elder Herschel GrlfQs, of present, and on time. School at 9:30: Morning Wor-

the year\ beginning February feet to South right of way ine Blanchard attended a plan- e rv e d delicious cake and overnight guest of Nora Tallahassee, was a guest of CHURCH )NEWSGreater ship at II. League at 4 p.m.

5th and running through Jan- line of SAL Railway, thence ning meeting for the year at punch or coffee to the 51 guests Starling. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robertson Bethlehem FreeWill Evening Service, 6 p.m.
uary 31, 1974. North 67 degrees West along Wesley I United Methodist present. They then viewed the Mrs. A. C. Kirkland and on Saturday.Mrs. .
1. Regular Gasoline not less said South right of way line Church in Gainesville on Sun- lovely gItts.PERSONALS. Calvin were guests of her A. C. Pearce, Mrs. services Baptist Church. Sunday New Bethel Baptist Church
began with
that 94 Octane. 01( SAL Railway 214 feet, day afternoon. sisters, Mrs. Sue Daniels and Floy Bennett, and Mrs. Sebe School at 9:30. Sunday Rev Leroy Davis Pastor.The
:
2. Diesel Fuel # 2 thence South 7 degrees East Thirty-one, Including chIl- brother In law and sister, Harris, attended the weddingof Morning service weekly services began with
at 11. The Pastor's
3 Motor Oil, Case Lots in 162 feet, thence North 89 degrees dren and adults from Grace Mrs. Horace Cox, of Wal- Mr and Mrs. Woodrow Luns- Miss Elizabeth Myers and taken from mes-Islah prayer meeting Tuesday night,
24 quart cans'and 55 gallon East 223 feet to pointof United Methodist Church attended do, was a guest of her mo- ford, and brother, Dewey Ray Cook of Willlston. Miss 'sage 45:22 was"Look 7:30.: Wednesday night Bible
: Unto Me and Be
drums. Motor 0111 will meet beginning.has the circus in Jacksonville ther, Mrs. P. L. Dinklns, Goodman, of Cuthbert, Ga., Myers is Mrs. Harris niece. Ye Saved; ; at the end of the Class. Choir No.; 2 rehearsal -
on Wednesday. over the weekend. Mrs. Carl Norman visited Friday night at 7:30. Sunday -
API Service, ClassificationsDS been filed against on Saturday afternoon
you earth, for I am God and there
Miss Sina Prescott services will begin with
has been
available in SAE Grades and you are required to servea Mr. and Mrs. Les McClel- her mother-in-law' Mrs. Leo- is none else."
transferred from Convalescent lan were guests of Rev. and nard Norman in St. Vincent's Sunday School at 9:30.: Morning -
10 W thru 40 W. This Oil copy of your Answer or Highland Baptist Church: The evening
Sunday School 9:45 Center Nursing horn of Mrs. Walter MathIs, of Max- Hospital, Jacksonville, Satur- message was / service at II. The Dea-
is to meet requirements of Pleading to the Complaint on : a.m.; taken from 119 Psalm Verse .
Services Gainesville, to the Starke Nur- ville, last Wednesday after- day night. conesses will observe their
the Worship 11 and
engines operating under plaintiff's attorney, Geo- sun. 11, "Thy word I hide In mine
service classifications D.S. rge II. Pierce, P.O. Drawer 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- sing homo. She will appreciate noon. Saturday overnight guestsof heart that I might not sin anniversary at 3 p.m.- Evening -
This oil is to meet require- 1030, Starke, Florida, 32091, nesday, 7:30: p.m. followedby visits from her friends.Hours We are glad to learn that her parents, Mr. and Mrs. against thee" service, bttu.:
2 to 6 p.m. Mrs. J. F. Robertson ableto J. F', Robertson and sister
ments for Military specifications and file the original Answeror Choir Practice.CORRECTION The weekly service
M I L-L45199 for high Pleading in the office of Mrs. Joyce Futon,of Brunswick return home from River Mrs. Edith Swlnney were with began Greater Allen Chapel AME
Choir
No. 3 and Ushers
output dIesel engine crank- the Clerk of the Circuit Courton Ga., spent the weekend side Hospital on Friday after Mrs. C. K. Cowan and son Board :No.; 2 meeting. Tues- Church, Rev B. \\illlami
case oil. It shall also meet or before the 26th day of Mrs. Raymond Williams! and with her sister, Miss ElIza- being admitted on Monday. Bryan, of'Jacksonville. Other day night the senior choir Pastor. Sunday School at 10.
the Manufacturer's recommendations February A.D.1973. son, Brian, of Jacksonville, beth Terry. On Sunday she Mrs. Ray Dorman! of Orlando Sunday guests were another: held rehearsal. Morning service at 11 and
Wednesday
visited with her and evening service at 5:30. Vis-
were Friday overnight son daugh- spent from Wednesdayto son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
for series guestsof
3 lub
If
you fall to do so Judg- night prayer\ meeting. Thursday
ter-in-law Mr. itors always welcomed.EX1'HAVAGA..ZA .
and Mrs.Ben-
rications. her brother-in-law and sis- Sunday with her sister-in- .and Mrs. J.C. Beach, also
ment by default will be taken night the ladles Circle
ter Mr. and Mrs. O. J. ton Futch and family in Starke. law, Mrs. Bryant Reddish. of Jacksonville.
4. Motor Oil in case lots, against you for the relief demanded Boy- will meet with Mrs. Sarah
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clay- Mrs. Winnie Gant of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. John McFall
24 quart cans and 55 gallon ette, Jr., and family. Satur- -
in the Complaint. Prince. The band will
prayer The
ton and of Jacksonvillespent Junior Choir of Allen
son visited her in-laws and Mrs. Margaret Campbellof
drums to meet API Service This day guests were Raymond Wil- ,
notice shall be pub- meet at the home of Mr. and
Chapel AME Church
Class MM MS & DG available lished once each week for four liams and son, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday with their mo- Mr. and Mrs. Luther HillIard Columbus, Ind. are spend- is spon-
SAE Grade, lOW thru 40() consecutive weeks in the Raymond Durban and Chris, ther, Mrs. C, R. Crews and and family on Saturday.Mrs. ing some time with Mr. and soring an Extravaganza on

I W and meet Military Speci- Bradford County Telegraph of Macclenny, and Fay Dur- Glenann. Beulah Scott, of Tam- Mrs. Paul Lock and family.; end with her son-in-law and Sunday, Feb. 26, at 6 p.m.
fications M I LL-2104 A. Starke, Florida. ban and son William, of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Euniceof pa, is spending some tim' with Mr. and Mrs. Olin Baxley daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hulon All members and friends are
Graham of invited to attend the activities
Gainesville were guests her sister, Mrs. Raymond and son, and Mrs. Clifford
5. All purpose grease oil, Done and Ordered at Starke, their Mr. and Mrs. Herndon and family .
Grade 90 and 140, 5 gallon and Florida, this 25th day of Jan- Harold parents Eunice, ber.Miss Taylor\ were dinner guestsof Mr. and Mrs. llermle Kel-
55 gallon drum. Gear lub- uary, A.D.1973.signed BRIDAL SHOWER on Saturday. Priscilla Tanner, of her son and daughterinlaw ly visited 1 Miss Enza Blanch-
FUNERAL SERVICES
Mrs. Jack Kuhne and chIl- the : of South Florida Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tay-
M I The First Baptist Church University ,
ricate must meet L-L Gilbert S. Brown ard In Baker County Nursing
2105 Educational Building was the dren were Sunday dinner spent the weekend with lor and family on Sunday. Funeral services for the
Specification Clerk Circuit CourtBradl'ord Home at Macclenny Satur-
setting for a bridal shower guests of her brother-in-law her parents, Mr. and Mrs.L. Mrs. Walter Martin of on late Hubert Thomas will be
6. Multi-purpose grease in County, Florida and sister, Mr. and Mrs.John S. Tanner. Starke was a Sunday, dinner day.Mr. held Sunday. Feb. 11, at 11
35 Ib containers and 120 Ib and Mrs. John
Tye vIs-
Holmes at Greater Allen Chapel
and family of Starke, Friends of Mrs. Leonard guest of her brotherinlawand a.m -
. containers. signed George H. Pierce ited their brother and sister-
who with Rev. B.C. William
are camping at Manatee Norman; regret to learn that sister, Mr. and Mrs. SId-
7. All # 2 fuel and kero- P.O. Drawer 1030 Springs. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. RobertB. officiating. Burial will be In
NOTICE she is in Hansen.
a patient St. Vin ney
sene to be'supplied to the Starke Florida 32091 Keith, in Jacksonville on
the Odd Fellows
Miss Elizabeth Cenetery.EveryDayLowPrke .
i courthouse Agriculture Complex C.A.M. Developers Corpo- Terry wasa cent's Hospital, Jacksonville. Mrs. Bonnie Kirk, of Rock-

Health1 Clinic, and County Attorney for Plaintiff ration has made Application to Thursday overnight guest Mrs. Carl Norman and sons, wood, Tenn., spent the week- Sunday
I
the
, Bradford County Zoning
.r ail. The successful bId-
der will purchase from the 2/14t 2/22 Board for reclassification of
the property described below
present ,'suppller all under- from OR to RM (Mobile Home

ground equipment at the major Park). EveryDayLowPrke| FOOD

off company prices. NOTICEIn Beg 720' E of SE Cor of |

The Board reserves the Intersection of Hwys 301 and
right to reject any or all bids. The Circuit Court of Flo- 18, Cont. E 1240', S 1326',

Gilbert S. Brown rida, Eighth Judicial Circuit, w 1644' to E R/W of Hwy 301, CENTER Pantry
Clerk to Board County In And For Bradford County. Nely; on E R/W 1360' to Beg. CHUCK CUT 1 FAIR
REGULAR GRIND
Commissioners. Case No.MORTGAGE. Being in Sec. 25 Twp. 7S
FORECLOSURE Rge 21 East. Pride OR ELECTRIC PERKCOFFEE

2/18 2t 2/25 GUARANTY" FEDERAL SAV- This change in classificationis ROAST

INGS AND; LOAN' ASSOCIATION ; subject to a public hearing SUPERMARKETS

LEGAL OF GAINESVILLE: a to be held on Tuesday Feb.
NOTICEI corporation, Plaintiffvs- 27th at 7:30: p.m. in the County STARKE'S32O '
am not, responsible for HOMER C. GOODMAN and Commission room at the S. WALNUT ST.

any debts other than my own. ETHEL GOODMAN, his wife, Bradford County Court House .
"'0"0" LO. "Eae .000'0""
Richard T. McLaughlin Defendants. at which Urn, all Interested .i1f4 e A win 10NUI'uVi GGOO TH'U
persons C L B 59 "'0 ... 1. 19,3 OYANTITV
1/25 Sip,,2/8: NOTICE OF SUIT: shall be heard for or 75 "GNTI A0EAr E0

TO: HOMER C. GOODMANand against the proposal, as specified BAG ,l ut plead W accept
ETHEL GOODMAN, his in the Zoning Code of L8 USD... FOOD STAMP
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT: wife Bradford County. L -4 -4 lILlL) COUPONSCENTER
EIGHTH-.JUDICIAL: ,CIRCUIT You, ..Homer C.. Goodmanand John Torode, Chairman:
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Ethel Goodman, are here- Bradford County Zoning CUT FULL
BRADFORD COUNTY: by notified that a Complaintto Board lYlar OAr ; BONELESS CUT
I CHUCK
foreclose certain mortgageon 2/8 2t 2/15 SIRLOINSTEAKS I IOW"ICll!
CIVIL ACTIONIn the following described I I / inn H''

re: The Marriage of ClIf- property, to-wit:
ford Owen Dennis, Husbandand North half (:Nl/2)) of North- LEGAL :NOTICEI
Yvonne Rider Dennis, west quarter(NWI/4)ofSouth- will not be responsiblefor i STEAK i STEAK
Wife. east quarter (SE1/4)) of Sec- any debts made by anyone -

NOTICE OF SUIT- tion 3, Township 6 South, other than myself. John
NO PROPERTYTo Range 21 East, lying West Homer Houck.
: Clifford Owen Dennir of State Road No. 225 and 2/8 3tp 2/22 1 ti' t :i"

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED containing thirteen 03)) acres, $149i a 9 $139

that a Petition for Dis- more or less. mD CD LB ,
solution of Marriage has been has been filed against you NOTICE; U ; "
filed against you by Yvonne and ;you are required to serve
C.A.M. Developers Corpo-
Rider Dennis and you are required a copy of ;jour Answer or
Pleading to the Complaint on ration has made Application EvcryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrkeKAN EveryDayLowPrkePICKQTMfCHICK EveryDayLowPrke EvcryDayLowPrke
to of
serve a copy your
the Bradford County Zoning
written defensesIf the plaintiff's attorney. MIATY WISTIMMSPARE LEAN TENDERGROUND
to It,
any George II, Pierce P. Board for reclassification of BEEF
on the plaintiffs attorney; O.
whose name and address Is Drawer 1030( Starke, tlorlda, the property described below

Dudley P. (lardy 114 North and file the original Answeror from OR to BH. IhIk1 BRISKETS A.& BEEF
Beg at SE Intersection of
Pleading In the office of !
Walnut Street, Starke, Florida nNM*MJCIB WICK raOHN
Hwys 301 and 18, Run E _
the Clerk of the Circuit Courton &
32091 and file the ori-
ginal with, the clerk of the or before the 26th day of 720', S 900',.W 420'\ S 440', _ _3TLBS_ _

above staled;) court on or before February; A. D., 1973. W 580' to Hwy 301() Nely on OVERDRIVE

February;) 19, 1973;other- If you fall to do so, Judg- E R/W 1360' being in Sec-
wise a judgement may be entered ment by default will be taken tion 25, Twp. 7 S, Rge 21 \ DELMONTE VAN CAMP

against you for the relief against you for the relief demanded East.
demanded in the complaint in the Complaint.This This change in classification
shall be is subject to a public TOMATO
or petition. notice pub- ; CHILI
hearing be
to held .
WITNESS:; for on Tuesday LAUNDRY
my hand and the lished once each week
seal of said Court on January four consecutive weeks in the Feb. 27th at 7:3U: ( p.m. trfrfa

1973. Bradford County Telegraph, in the County Commissionroom I DETERGENT JUICE I mNrIn! WITH BEANS
Gilbert S. Brown Starke Florida. at the Bradford County !

As Clerk of said Court Done and Ordered at Starke, Court House at which time

By: Beulah M, MoodyAs Florida, this 23rd day of January all persons interested shall be | 15oz

Deputy Clerk A. D.,1973. heard for or against the proposal 840Z 46oz 3/l 3lEvery
(Court Seal) /sGilbert S. Brown as specified in the Zoning ( l'YDAr,99C CANS

1/25 4t 2/15 Clerk, Circuit Court Code of Bradford County. / | CANS
BOX
Bradford County, Florida John Torode, Chairman 1
(SEAL) Bradford County Zoning
NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO Board.
George II. PierceP.
Every DayLowPrkeSWIIT DayLowPrkeu. EveryDayLowPrke m EveryDayLowPrke EvcryDayLowPriceswin
REGISTER FICTITIOUS O. Drawer 1030 2/8 2t 215r01'ICE m

NAME Starke, Florida 32091 MfUOW s. NO. i JOKY riiiMFLORIDA CONTADINA SOUTMIHN A .

Notice Is hereby given that Attorney; for Plaintiff Golden Rip WHITEPOTATOES A GRATED
the undersigned, under the 2/1 4t 2/22 ; PEELED

provisions of 20.953 Laws of In The circuit Court of Flo- BANANAS TOMATOES TUNA

Florida, Acts of 1941, will register rida, Eighth Judicial Circuit, CAMS
with the Clerk of the NOTICEIn In and For Bradford County.

Circuit Court, In and for Brad- the Circuit Court Eighth Civil Action. Case 1\0.-;

ford County, Florida, upon Circuit of FloridaIn IN RE: The Marriage Vernon -
Judicial
proof of publication of this R. BARNETT
notice the fictitious name of and for Bradford CountyCivil and PEGGY D. BARNETT, Husband: STOKELY irfRrOi Mighty High Del
Dixie Motel, 744 N. Temple Action, Case No. 73-25. Wife iw PICn DICED
Ave, Starke, Fla. 32091 under JOHN; McIMS: Plaintiff-vs- Monte
GRACE MADELINE: McIMS: NOTICE OF SUITTO
which engaged In f
we are
Defendant : PEGGY D. BARNETT! CORNWHOLE PIES
business at Starke, Fla.
OF SUIT NO; Arms Greenville
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. !Mllll- NOTICE -- Apt. 55, Botany CARROTS

(partnership), 744 N. PROPERTYTO South Carolina OR CREAM STYLE ;
gan Starke Fla. : Grace Madeline Mclnls, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED KERNEL $ ((iir ; PEACH:: : AND CHERRY
Temple Ave., ,
High Point. North Carolina that an action for dls- IN filch i
32091. You Are 1 hereby Notified that lutlon of marriage has been L
Jan-
Dated this 16th day of
uary, 1973 A. D. at Starke, an action for Divorce has been filed against you and you are 17oz 6/l FROZEN 59 16oz 6/l
Bradford County, Florida. filed against you Grace Madeline required to serve a copy of
1/25 4tc15: Mclnis and you are required your written defenses, If any, CANS ; 38oz CAN
_, to serve a copy of your to It on GEORGE H. PIERCE,
written defenses, If any to it, Attorney for Petitioner,whose

In ThB Circuit Cnnrt nf Flo- on the plantiffs attorney; address is P.O. Drawer 1030, EveryDayLowPrkeCONTAOINA EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrkeMOTTS EveryDayLowPrke BonusBuyOWN'N
rida Eighth: Judicial Circuit, whose name and address Is Starke, Florida, and file the
In and for Bradford County, Hon. Lex Green, Starke, Fla. original with the Clerk of the SIMVI
Civil Suit.CHARLIE. and file the original with the above-styled Court on or before TOMATO APPLESAUCE SHRIMP CLOVERLEAFs
R. BRASWELL and clerk of the above styled courton February 26th, 1973, LIQUID

SYBIL E. BRASWELL, his or before Much 5, 1973: otherwise a judgment may be PASTE DETERGENT TIDBITS ROLLS
wife Plaintiffs, -vsJOHN otherwise a judgement maybe entered against you for the relief -
BROWN and SHIRLEY M. entered against you for the demanded in the Petitionfor 4lIwryDiyLowPricc
BROWN, his wife Defendants. relief demanded In the com- Dissolution of Marriage. .
NOTICE OF SUIT plaint or petition. WITNESS my hand and the
TO: JOHN BROWN and Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this 23rd

SHIRLEY M. BROWN,his wife seal of said Court on Febru- day of January, A.D., 1973.
You, John Brown and Shirley ary 2, 1973. Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Every DayLowPric* EwryDtylowt+rkt tvtryDwylowPrke Iwcryo.yl.owPrIcc tvcryOaytowMet M;;;=:
hereby Gilbert S. Brown Bv: Beulah M. Moody, PANTer. .
M. Brown, are i:1: TOOTH HAlliT. PalaKING SIZIBREAD CAKE
STA FLO MICRIN
notified that a Complaint to As Clerk of said Court Deputy Clerk RAY BABYSIZING
foreclose certain mortgage on By: Beulah M. Moody GEORGE H. PIERCE AMTII TIC PASTE & LACQUER : !DONUTS
POWDER .. ,. .
Aa Clerk MOUTHWASH' q' ,' a..o+ u mo.
Deputy for Petitioner
the following described property Attorney

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"'N County Agent NewsBy Heating Oil, Natural Gas Supplies Below NormalSupplies

I HAMPTON AREA Wfl j
of heating oil and Present Inventories are at c- tills fuel are below normalfor being given that delivery and

Bobby I.. Taylor natural gas in Bradford Countyare level of about 50,000 gallons, this area at tills time. supply schedules cannot be
By Josephine Fontaine below normal, according which Is below normal. With met.
some suppliers
the distribution
to a preliminary survey made problem had 3. LP Gas: There Is one

SENIOR! CITIZENS:: Fire House. We still have a supply of for later grass growth. Phos- by the Bradford County Civil to critical stage In reached that their the principal distributor for the 4. Gasoline: All distributors
ELECT OFFICERS and potash not used Defense office in response Starke and Bradford
the free Farmers Tax Guide phorous suppliers have set them County report that they have no pro-
The Hampton Senior CitIzens NEW ARRIVALS if you do not have a copy by the clover, or leached from the nationwide survey now of in quotas for future deliveries up on area of LP Gas. Storage facilities blem at this time,with supplyand
Club met for the first Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Knox of the 1973 Edition. the soil Is also available for progress by the Division requiring the local dealers to and Inventory are ampleat distribution.
time this year In the Old are the proud parents of a Even though you might geta grass growth. Until proven Emergency Governmentthe ration their existing inven- this time with no indication
Hampton: School (House, thanksto baby boy, born on Jan. 29. tax expert to prepare your wrong, I maintain that If you national Civil Defense or- tories and to caution their .
Arthur Bruno, who owns They have hamed him ChrIs- have cattle and land that will ganization.In .
income tax returns, this book- consumers with respect to Magnetic Sign Headquarters \
the old school and since this topher Allen. Mrs. Collins, let can give you some good grow clover, you cannot afford a report made to Walter H. future deliveries. 1
was the first time they had mother of Mrs. Knox left to not grow clover. Coordinator North 2. Natural Radio It Equipment)
pointers on the kind of records Murphey, Gas: This type (A Dlvlnlan or Bill' C.B.
been together to elect new Tuesday, Jan. 30, for Atlanta you need to keep on Rye and ryegrass pasturesare Florida Civil Defense Area, of fuel is handled In Starke by
officers for the coming year, to be with her daughterand your farming operation to ascertain showing a shortage of ni- Charles Hardy, director of the City of Starke, through Its "T/i/.s/ / Week Only"
the officers were elected as grandson for a coupleof that you are not over- trogen. If you have not top- Bradford County CD, said: subsidiary, the Starke Natural 7 JAYS
follows: President, Ralph weeks. paying Uncle Sam In taxes. dressed your pasture, you L. Heating Oils includes Gas Service. Deliveries are DISCOUNT, ON' ALL
Vaughan; Vice President, Bill This year's edition has been Should apply 50 to 60 poundsof kerosene and diesel fuels I accomplished by pipelines into
Fontaine; Sect., Frances PERSONALS expanded to Include a Chapteron nitrogen 050 to 175 poundsof and 2): This product is distributed Starke. The city power plant MAGNETIC SIGNS MADE
!Nitrate; ) 1 002
Wadsworth Treasurer. Jose- Wedding bells rang for Linda Ammonium per
Investment Credit Bradford
; the to County can use either natural gas or HR. SERVICE
72 i
Remove
phine Fontaine; House Chairman Rhoden Gunter and Mirlon which was restored by the Re- acre as soon as possible. consumers through four prin- diesel fuel for providing electric -
Evelyn Vaughan;and Assistant R. Buddy) Gatlin, who! were venue Act of 1971. It also hasa grazing animals for ten cipal suppliers all of whom power to consumers. Because 964.8361 or 964.8346
House Chairman, Ruth united in marriage on Feb. 2 separate Chapter on sales days to two weeks following to lessen I have storage facilites locatedIn of the shortage of nat- Mastercharge & Bank Amerlcard

Dennison. In Starke. Congratulations to and other dispositions of depreciable nitrogen application nitrate Starke. Total storage cap- ural gas the power plant has Welcome On C.B. ProductsMen's
of poi-
Joe Kerrigan was guest the happy couple. property and certain the possibility acity is approximately 130,000 been operating on diesel fuel
speaker at the meeting and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clauseof farm land.Examples. soning. gallons. since January 9. Supplies of
reported on transportation for Sarasota and \Mr. and Mrs. throughout the
the elderly. After the busi- Jim hunter and son of Brad- booklet show how the tax laws -
ness meeting the Club cele- enton spent last weekend with apply to actual situations, and WA
brated Valentine's Day by selecting the Don Hills.Friday filled in farm records and .. : "u,. uiuI
a Queen of 11-3 arts, dinner guests of the tax schedules illustrate how rrKrP
wlio' was Josephine Fontaine, Don Hills( were Mr. and Mrs. carefully kept records can .i1 ".r 1:0Y1 '
and a King of Hearts, who Gene Clause and Mr. and Mrs. help you to prepare an accu-
wu Buck Dennison. Refresh- Jim Munter and son, also Wen- rate tax form. Also listed are
ments of small l heart cakes dy Hill and :Mr. and Mrs. Important dates to rememberthat
and coffee were served vid Edd Clause of Gainesville. might apply to you and
then all enjoyed bingo.. Sev- Eddie Rodriquez is going your farming operation.
..
eral games Wire played and back to Detroit for a short .

for the blackout prize heart- visit, and Is planning on returning I've mentioned several T1
shaped cake wis given! w.>n to Florida In the near times that our white clover .4 1 1t1J J ir. iJ--,
The next
by Ruddy 11cWaters. future. pastures have not grown and
meeting will be Feb. 16, at produced well In the last few
7:30 p.m. Birthday greetings to Mark years. Even though It is a
Edward Rhoden who celebrated little late, several pasturesthat
Ralph Vaughan and Ruddy his second birthdaywith I have visited recently
DeWaters will attend a meeting a party in the afternoon of have good clover prospects.Recommendations .
of !Senior' Citizens Clubs, Feb. 5, and then a birthday for fertilizing -
to be held In the recreation supper In the evening. Happy clover-grass pasturesis
building in Starke on Feb. 8 birthday to Mark.M normally 60 to 108 poundsof
at 10 a.m. :. and Mrs. George Rod- Phosphorous and 72 to 144
riquez attended two ball gamns pounds of potash per acre ap- r 1 zt. 5
FIRE DEPARTMENT:: over the weekend at Bslle- plied In late fall. The rate is t .OS j I 6
AUXILIARY ELECTSThe view. They also visited Lake determined by a soil test to ; Z ayo
Ladles Auxiliary of the Weir where they spent the determine the levels of phos- Famous Maker S Jo'"
Hampton Volunteer Fire Department night phorous and potash already in .p4 I S.M.GasT.
mat'' at the fire House Calling All Volunteer Fire- the soil. here applicationsare Dress Pants .j ,
the evening of Feb. 5. The men of Hampton -Dm't: forget below these levels, deficiency -

meeting was called to order to attend the Firemen's meet- symptoms may be seen L ; I1 r ,< 65'{ doc,on. IS" cotton A I Treatment
by Betty Davis, as the presi- ing :Monday evening at the and, of course, forage yields a Superbly tailored of r I r E" DOU9LE POWIR
dent was absent. Fire (House, 7:30: p.m., Feb. o
and growth are reduced.If finest !fabrics by e Helps 'light,
Officers were elected for 12.The you have clover prospects, # 't Nation's No 1 Maker. r l L.s :e air, pollution,
s
the coming year, as follows: City Council will meetat an application of 600 to 800 fi .Choose from handsome l t tune your
president, :Mary Lou Peeples; the Hamilton City Hall at "
rollection of .
pounds of 0-10-20 or 0-14-14 r patterns TREATMENT engine lean i
vice president, Betty Davis;; 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 13. fertilizer acre as soon >; N and:! sar..r,n" wide 4I dirty .rarburo,
per
Sect., Charalene Rodriquez; tango ol' populctiolois,,, ADO TCGASOLIN ton & duly
still be
treasurer, Barbara B ru no. as good possible investment could Not only a .1 Sires., 10 11,4' Aluminum Chaise Lounges Kodak CX126 Film /alveProlongs

There was a discussion about be avail- ,r .
the Easter Egg Hunt and Do- would good grazing J e vertical webs and 1 15 horizontal .1 I .wpe r, r' 'I Cgrtr" dge 'iyj| .engine 'rite
lores :Mengwas appointed In The cost of the average bas- able in March and April you y } *' webs Sturdy aluminum. frame SloC 1"J jrd pri 1Ccautiful F. Oz
woud! also have a high quality s You d Eupec TUp Puy Calorfu ubbin with, rest '
of the bake sale to ket of food has gone up according w charge To U 14 00 Parrl
feed at low cost that would > a Folds for
be held at the Egg Hunt. A to the government a 4-pn< "ihof easy storage
which must know Improve milk production for
the sale some place
report on runnnange
and the proceeds will be used here groceries come in bas- calves and improve your
to help with the prizes for kets rather than sacks. breeding program. Well fertilized ; I ISID. o.P D w.- 2/100
clover and closer o
the Egg Hunt. The next meet- e M .8.99 2.1 1 36
also provides nitrogen
growth
ing will be held ,on :Monday,
:March :3>, at 8 p.m. In the ''irjrfiftoimllj \ \
Dentil and tn.n I"' \

the orilty rAnd
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the former dorm 2 Cell GE
GAINESVILLEBusiness as much paper work. Men's Boys' I 1 Flashlights -c.1: .:: Alarm Clocks

Better Knit 6 Short Sleeve Made d.' I, Q"" ,ipc r II. 'I' 2! tutor, 1C u
Short Sleeve fair ., 10 .' Hi jnd do
Sport Shirts v Sport Shirts ., .?ru,,,1 .r' r- ..... ::1 iiubkE'isy
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:TCM ,loci's Fashion weed jacket. Multi-purport Ball" r 7 Ii white
GARDEN SUPPLIES mock turtlenecks A .olor' and Mutrt.p0gpOde Long life battery r.dcd" (>> SAVE 1.00
SALES t '
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BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & FarU, Inc. r selection of r, l a.; Prier 0, w.. Dun.1.66 DeTI I. Ea

OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS r colorful solids t SAVE 177- w 3.96
Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS I- and fancies a.n,47ePrrn r
Insecticides -
SALES & SERVICE Imported Ceramic
trite S.M L.XL
Fin selection of Used Cars We Rent Fertiliier Spreader __ (.:. )QiI 2Qt Ashtrays
Taken On Cadillac Trades ) ....",,' .
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 / t Right Guard Deodorant Aluminum 'i:. I co Ri :.k ,,,g,
W't Fondue Sets \.. ; .
4 oz. -.y.1 r.r ut no
{ / Boys & Girls nwerrdLi ( ,
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POWELL'S LIDDELL 1 llll.f I ( ar, uurnc" ., "
Beauty AcademyLearn MR. BILL GARDNER ry {WinterJackets ,_ c.0] r ; i d ""aY f'r Q y;-,4\ SAVE 137-
Pajamas r. .
Sinew Nasal Spray .
Glass Company
a Profession In Your tPiL .100 cotton \ > '? oz. I --- mJ\ Ou o....un.P.... .

Spore Time. Full or Part "Glass For Every Purpose'Star. Nerveendingdeafness l Tailored fit" SIj1e V P ''r Wn 2 116
Time Fronts Mirrors Full cut Our D "1n'I4.Elasllt -" '

219 N.W. 10 th. 378-2766 Tub Enclosures Shew.rsFurmtur.s ? .. waistHandsome 25 Off 1n .. y Vinyl --- Eagle Spray Starch
I
Tops Glass (r
Miss'Breck Hair Spray Pug Runners
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Just I and
non
patterns spray "
Replaced This new Norelco"BehindTheEar"aid Coal style i'y 13 oz. //0.\. ,-")... I T', w dc' Will not irjrcli, J>
NEW LOCATION A, B.C D / lilll. Wen's Famous '.;. 1 I .f" rd us bum, SI-o, ,,'.
El ECTRIC .
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nw' .l o n. ? ? p S .. ,, SPRAY
Motor Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville has 27 acousticaladjustments Our DucounlPiec.. Wo I I. >f frolor .;.. o.S4c'' M' n,d '.eV, I I STARCH vase Nt Wt 20 01
372.8191 372.1102 to help r ). ,
I. .7.58 I SAVE 157ID
Of Gainesville. Inc. i t SiM.AidTablets .. i SAVE 207
Repairing Rewinding Santa Fe Tractor correct your SAVE 347. SAVE 107. ,. / 24's i PCF I D

New And Used LONG hearing problemTend i S lNE.A '-- 1D 011 P;. _

2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372-8318 E 1 1 ,o.s"us.IAUAC.t, Pr r. ;: D '1-17Pr z 3it7II :
Farm Industrial Tractors r a r o..r.un. Pr... lie 1M" -

MOVERS Hydraulics Hose & Fining wnA9t h 1 Gal Eag.e ='" t Duro
jt Naval JellyLadies'
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Long Distance Moving Bolts all Sizes Steam Ch.nch
*. Cleaner & Chemicals 1UU"- 1'' Lawn Spray ,
Storage Packing Ladies' Nylon Nylon 0 "
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Free Estimates Call 100' nylon Beautifully to' jr< d II ,
Pick Up & Delivery ,, Brush, .
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4488 N. W. 6 th St. 11 r Our Ditcount P.., I I New fashion, > ,, \ JELLY W'S"' sr ,Ilie
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Gainesville, Fla. 1.UO sntncu : ":: : ;
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to miss certain words and 1\ :.: SAVE 26D. ,.

Van Servie, Inc. MUSIC sounds deafness-a? You may problem have nerve-ending that often U'gSAVE Pr.en...,,gSAVE k,,. 1 M r oN tilt ""TICN''' vr Dp ,",,

leads to nervous tension and Increasing 3 96' 1M. nJ:
3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vill. BALDWINPIANOS loneliness.The 1 16Girls'

_372.4271_ ORGANS aid, Model new Norelco 6710 has-behtnd 27 acoustical,the-ear" 1UU, Cotton : '7' ] '
& Denim' Slacks : ;<;, l .-' 1Foldlne
AUTO SALES SERVICE adjustments to help correct your f'Famaushaker Wooden Chair
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hearing problem. (Many aids have l ,' ..,;
BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE!: OF THE ARTISTS 2 and 4 pocket Ven's t
only 1 2.) And it be rT
or can readjusted iq styles Flare legs t J--- .Unf.h\,,,, 1
GMS., INC. 'to fit future changes in your hearing. Fashion colors \) \ Dress Shoes e -- '-- J. I wuud Durably
j Wde, bolt loops ',.w.- _ansuc'on
behind your ear weighs a mere !U Sues' 7 ta U Choice, of' styles in popular colors Ladies' ,--,, ) ._" .Fa1ds'o' ,
MUSIC Co. ounce-yet is more powerful than o..o..r.-. ,.... Men's : .... ; d2-rones All vinyl uppers with Canvas Sneakers; -= easy staav"
aids 5 times its size. .
many I \ ...2x4'1 PennyLaaters .. long wearing soles and !heals. f.

Factory Authorized G'ville Shopping Cen. A&/V/CO % Cordovan brown 1 : II :tChlSi, : SAVE 33% \

Pontiac 372-5351 vinyl with comfort' g.Fo..aUSA"'ericanMmo' colors. 5-10. .
For a free hearing test and demonitra- .SA.VE1.00
mSAVI21 last. I
Sales Parts-S.rvic. Long wearing
MOBILE HOMES REPAIRS tion, com In or call 712. Ow Dlara.r Pna. 0. pgeunr p..,,.
210 N. Main Gainesville, Fla SERVICE tale Sizes wn..l.47 1M" J 94"!
372-2583 ___.. __ F ...
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TRAILERS l.f."lr I Srplln, Inc. ,. FANTASTIC SIDE WALK SALE

Authorized DealersFor t

Evans-Int.rth.m eoartES.OAINEi11LLE. I 8 Track Tapes Thousands Of Them

2920 N. E. Waldo RJ Stegler Heating & .. ,___JI

Gainesville 376-069 Air Conditing Equip. :: _J. Original Artist & Top Hits 2 For $5.00 Thur. Fri. & Sat.

.fS'vice-Rentals / HEARtM. .
Supplies Awning.
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low $4.30 pit
Rental as as :
Joy Hitcher In to1l d-Com Air Conditioning Installed AID CO.
pUt P4c.V.h. S.rviee D.pt... $650 Up !4Jt..... I**St.MntU 312 W. MADISON AVE, IF YOU'RE NOT SHOPPING AT EAGLES USE OUR CONVENIENT' :
I..104..hi .SA.pL .. ..... YEAR '
For AllDealer 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville ..... STARKE, FLORIDA FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE YOU'RE NOT ROUND ,\

Fan. Kountry Alt* 378-8902 31i4/fl it anItaI PHONE 9 "'-7513 SAVING UnNEY LAYAWAY 1 1i
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!FRESH FLORIDA ALL WHITE
EXTRA LARGEEGGS t 1 IQUARTER 1



SLICED HICKORY' .
DOZEN SAVE lie SHANK HALF OR WHOLE

Smoked. Ham . LB.33c Fresh Pork Ham LB.73c
W D
BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF ROLL BONELESS
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SAVE 20c lb. TALMADGE FARM SHANK HALF
( Chuck Roast ,. lB. $129 Country Cured Ham LB.99c
/ SAVE 10e. WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF E-Z CARVE.OVEN READY< .
SAVE 90c SWIFT PREMIUMCanned
Rib Roast . .1 .. lB. $149 Ham 4 ;:AN $399
WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS .
SAVE 10c BANQUET...10 or more pi.c.i fully cook.d
Delmonico Steaks lB. $199 Fried Chicken 2 PKG. $149
SAVE 30c- W.D BRAND PURE .
w D'BRAND USDA CHOICE
BEEF
Ground. Beef . 3 PKG. $199 N.Y. Strip Steaks 10 SE. $998 ,
1 SAVE lOc W D BRAND SMOKED PORK. .(SLICED lb. 69c) .
SAVE lie WHOLE OR RIB HALF
Shoulder Picnics .: .WHOLE 59c Fresh Pork Loin lB.98c

Sb

HICKORY SMOKED MILD CURED


/l/ HICKORY SMOKED MILD CURED Smoked
1' Ham
// Butt Portion 65
11TO 20-LB.AVERAO!
j' Whole Ham . LB. 69Cfamii

CENTCR CUT Cap' SHANK
DARLING r ftQC
Ham Roast LB'
\
34c
IL CENTER CUT ( PORTION
Bread PER LB.
vHam Slices $08


: $ 2 : LB.

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/ll Quantity Rights ,
20.0%. Reserved
LOAVES WINN DIXIE STORES INC.
COPYRIGHT 1973 /

RED DELICIOUS .
SAVE 40c SWANSON FRIED CHICKEN. TURKEY BONELESS CHICKEN. SALISBURY BEEF
Western Apples 8 FOR OO Hungry Man Dinners: ;;: 99C
U.S. No. I VENT VURegular
SAVE SOc. SALUTOParty

Potatoes 10 BAG LB 79c Pizza . .V-s:-;;: $1 99
FRESHFlorida .
SAVE 18c SUPERBRAND

Oranges 5 BAG LB 49c Twin Pops . . 212.PK. $100 c
VINE RIPE .
SAVE 20c POLY BAG FROZEN FRENCH FRY .

Tomatoes. . . LB.39c Potatoes. . . 5 :G 69C
FIRM HEADS SAVE 30c '
BIROS EYE

Fresh Lettuce . LB. 19C COOl Whip . .. Q UARTS $100 r

ALL VEGETABLEWesson

1 q'w Oil

\

SAVE .

1 21e 78 li/ v
CHASE AND' SANBORN
BOTTLE 48-01. Ii'I :\ ASTOR ALL GRINDSCOFFEE


limit 1 Wesson or Astor oil with .
$ '.SO or more purchase xcl. cigarettes


ALL PURPOSEAstor Oil \\ V

CAN Jr
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4 21 C 20e
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BOTTLE 48-oz. Q;. ... yCANr

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Drive Detergent 'PKG.:;: 58C Mayonnaise . ">z:. 38C SAVE Pork 17c THRIFTY& Beans MAID 4 VANS $l)00 THRIFTY Whole MAID VACUUM Kernel PACK Corn 6 I-:5:S 9))00
SAVE 29c THRIFTY MAID McMULLEN

Grapefruit Juice 3 CANS $1) White Acre Peas 3 'CANS M00) QUAKER.Instant EIGHT Grits 1 1'01.PACKETS-PER PKG. 3 PKGS. $1)P ASTOR Instant Coffee 10AR:. $)P9SAVE

lie KRAFT SAVE 28c ASTOR ,

Mayonnaise "::. 48C Fruit Cocktail 4 CANS" 88C THRIFTY Cut MAID Green Beans 3 CANS B" 88C DEL Early MONTE Garden Peas 4 1"CANS" $1))00

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Using Short Tax i N

Form Will Save BUY-SEII

Time And Effort JfSEICTRJN.prcKJ!J f IJ 1 i.


REN1 HIUE.
Many Florida taxpayers can ..

save time and effort by using .
the short tax form to file their LITTLE ADS THAT GET; BIG RESULTS PLANNING A ?
TRIP III
federal Income tax returns for SEW G fj}
1972. rslasslrilMISCELLANEOUS ssssslt.r Illl. LET US HELP!

The who vast take majority the standard of taxpayers deduction -- -w CLASSIFIED m W,r fl AD WW RATES Suit t FOR SALE 1 HELP WANTED ] W. Handle MACHINESale.
r :
can use the new Form 5 Deadline p.m. for preceding Insertion Thursday Monday : EXOTIC CRUISES Service I1lJ]

1040A no matter how much Income before publication. To The PFAFF ELNA
they have if It Is from CARRIIEANSAlee SALES PARTS

wages, salaries and tips; and - TVE NOW HAVE diamond nee- FOR SALE 22 ft. self con- WANTED Waitress for even- Airline Tickets New Home SERVICE

not Income more or than$200$200 In In dividends.The Interest. Minimum Charge $1.75 dles for any make or model tained camper trailer fully Lawtey. Fla. Phone 782-3332. and Tours WHITE USED IMPORT CARS

new 1040Alsahalf-she- (Covers 15 words) stereo player. Dahmer's equipped, side mirrors,sway- 2 tp 215HELP Call 964.7449 $49.50 HARFRED AUTO
bars and trailer hitch all up
et form with simplified Instructions Each word over 15, 8< Discount House tfchg for ,$1295.00. Call 964-8049 TOWN FINANCE CO. IMPORTS INC.

which can be used 964-6670. 2/15 WANTED- caged_ _P.O._Box 226 M. Tempi Parts & Repairs on ,
2tp
All Classified Ads mutt be SEWING MACHINES cleaned, or
by approximately 32 million paid for in advance unless oiled and adjusted in your chicken farm. Gathering egg all other make machinesNATIONAL 509 E. University

taxpayers nationwide. With you have established account home, $5.Vacuum Cleaner Full or part time. Rainbow Galnuvlll..372.4373WF.
the information in the Instruc- with The Telegraph, in that 'fpalrs also. All work re- SPINET-PIANO must trans- Egg Farm, Griffis Loop. 964- PUMPSNEW
tions and the relatively few event SOC extra charge for guaran- fer next two weeks. Will con- 6263. Itp 2/8
teed.--Dennls
computations that have to be billing !Not responsible for 431-1428. E. Cogglns, Ph. sider responsible local person AND USEDSAL

made, most taxpayers can errors wnen given over the tfchg only to make$24.20payments.Write .
prepare their own 1040A return phone or when copy is not typed before we send truck. WANTEDHousekeeperMaid ESPARTS 611 W. Univ. Ave. MAKE ALL
instead hiring someone and brought to the office WANTEDUsedfurniture,refrigerators Joplin Piano P.O. Box 103, 5 days week. Musthavereferences -
and Gainesville Fla. MAJOR APPLIANCE
transportation.
else to do it. washers.Dah- Panama City, Fla. 32401. Up own SERVICE ,
While 1040A users may not - mer's Discount House tfchg 964-6756. Itp 2/8 f 378.1355 REPAIRS

itemize deductions, they can Deep and Shallow W.IIs
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
still claim the limited tax SERVICKWe: get FOR SALE-1951 spartan trailer AVON CALLINGTo EXPERT REPAIRMEN
WE GIVE air and carpet, furnished. buy or sell Avon Products -
credit for making political
$1.75 Inch
per renuiul List your propertyfor CALL 96 .8363
Call owner at 9648696.ltp28LOTS call 372-0421 or write Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT
contributions. Taxpayers filing 2 Inch minimum -- $3.50 Cwl today.
sale with us
Mildred Henkle P. O. Drawer -
Form 1040A can also allo- BROKER: SERVICEON MustQng Starke
POWELL,
BILL
FOR SALE In BLake Geneva 32660.
cate one dollar of their tax Southgate
money, two dollars on a joint 964-6464 or 964-6810 tfchg Subdivision. Call Marc Jackson 8tchg 3/1 ALL MAKES MOBILE HOMES: ,INC, Appliance Service

return, to the Presidential Memorials Resolutions, Pro- 9646078. 8tchg222LOTS PHONE 9647061DURRANCE t
clamations. Card of Thanks REMODELLING Jobs .
,
Election Campaign Funk HOME This Week 323 Brown! St.or
S4.UU Minimum wp to 50 done; also plumbing, house HELP WANTED--Experienced -

.. .. words. Each word over JU- wiring and some appliance FOR SALE Starke Golf Sewing Machine operators. SPECIAL12x603BR
v 6' 8C. work. Prompt service. Call & Country Club, ready for Permanent position for people PUMP & SUPPLY CO. '

NEW BOOKSAT 964-8087 I Stp 2/28 building on or for Investment.Lots seeking permanent employ- 1/ Bath ROSEMARY RUMBAUGH
area approximately 1/2 ment. Apply Cadillac Uniform Moved 5 Block North S5.295 PHOTOGRAPHERWALDO

UBRAR, Pay> For Classified $10 REWARD For "Pete", acre and larger. Paved roads 441 E. Brownlee St., 864 N. Temple Ave
THE 3 minutes from town. 1650 N. Temple Ave. FLA.
Ads In Advance 10 lb. male Persian cat. only Starke, Fla. tfchg.
Light gun-metal gray with Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 964-7212 Starke. Fla. PH. 468-1287
Increased costs have madeit
ADULT FICTION darker markings on body & p.m. tfchg 0 United Farm
for Open 971.6 Sun.
necessary this newspaper *
Marianne And The Priva- to clarify Its present bushy tail. Does not know Agency, Inc. CUSTOM I PRINTINGFrom

teer (CBenzonl; Murder With- rules and adopt new ones for word "kitty" but answers to FOR SALERegistered Phone Angus r FOR RENT 1 Reg. Reol Estate Broker aoooocoooooooOoouCARL Your Negatives
out Icing (Lathen) ElephantsCan the publication of classified Pete. Plastic flea collar. calves. 964-6114. "
Remember (Christie advertisements in Its col- Housepet. If found please hold J. B. White. tfchg Paul & Irene Faulkner BEGGS COl>WORK

Dead Skip (Gores)); The Heart umns. & call 964-5394. Mrs. Ed- Associates
Of A Dog (Roberts); Aylsha All advertisements! of this mond Tenly. 516 S. OrangeSt. Gulf Service, INFORMAL PORTRAITSAND
( )) Two Love Stories nature must be paid In advance Disappeared from Sonny FOR SALE Oil space heater TRAILER for rent Grfffls 206 S. Water Str..t
Noga
PASSPORTS
(Lester; )); Suffer The Little monthly unless account an established is main- Tenly's house in front of Bethel $100.00 Ph. 964-7625.ltp 2/8 Loop.8816. Itp Call after 5 p.m. 964- Starke, Flo. 964.5065

Ones (Ryan); Green Darkness tained with this newspaper. Church. Itp WANT TO SELL OR

(Seton> The Wake (Allen> Mailing and bookkeeping FOR SALE Two davenports. BUY REAL ESTATE? USED

ABCD (Slavitt) Transparent costs have advanced makingIt PLASTER patching, dry wall Call 964-8633. Itp FOR RENT12' wide Mobile Call Us For Best Prices .
Things (Nabokov)>; The Lonely necessary to make this finishing, old ceilings refinIshed homes outside city limits. J. Prospects MARTIN.CAMPERS
Strangers (Blackstock); The adjustment. strlppled or textured. Waiting PARTSFor
WATSON'SHOUSE B. White. Ph. 964-6114. *chg tfchg U.S. 90 West Lake
)> The City
(
King's Brat Gluyas ; It is much preferred that Nathan H. Starling. Lawtey OF VACUUMS s.
Soothsayer (Chinn)>; Dust On classified advertising be 7823896. 4t 2/15 Phone 752.3723
The Sea (Beach> The Garden placed In person rather than Many brands of new vacuums Most Makes Of Cars For Best Selection Of
$39.00 Used machines S SAVE S
(Summers); The Passions Of by telephone so as to avoid RELAX and unwind with safe, up. r
:Medora Graeme (Lee)>; Tree- errors. -rr effective GoTense tablets. Only from makes.$10. Parts Expert and Repairsall Acces- I HOUSES FOR SALE FRED 24 Hr. Wrecker Service TRAVEL TRAILERS
DAVISBUICK MINI"' -HOMES
: )) The Last Pharmacy.2tp-
house (Morrison ; 98C--Andrews sories for all vacuums. Builtin Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
Ball (Rlgdon) No Enemy But 14 Central vacumn cleaning PONTIAC TRUCK CAMPERSAND

Winter (Allen) Hurrtcan ROSEMARY RUMBAUGH "ROOFING" Specializing in systems. 712 N.Main, Gaines- FOR SALE--3 BR house, living GMC TRUCKS Phone 468-1998 TOPPERSFull
Hunters (Anderson); Death Bj repairs and reroofing: All repairs ville 376-7110 ".A LITTLE
Arrangement (Meynell)); The PHOTOGRAPHER room,dining room,kitchen RIDE CAN Line Of Parts And
Sunlight Dialogues (Garner>: WALDO FLA. guaranteed 1 year. stove, hot water heater, oil SAVE YOU A LOT"
Aluminum Carports, Patio LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering heater & two air conditioners. Service
My Stillness (Griffith); No PH. 468-1287 Door Hoods and Gut- GREEN COVE SPRINGS LONG
Need Of Glory(Tucker>; Car-; Awnings, 3/4 6x9. $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98; $8,000. 9647730. 4tp 2/8 I CHAMP
) Proba- ters. Roger's Upholstery, 12 X U, 9ll.SU; 12 x 19; uiiiy
mella (Gillette The
bility Factor; (Kempley)>; CUSTOM PRIMING mile North 301. 964-8350. :1495. Many patterns and colors High and dry In City. Nice Home,and Building

Haunted Summer (Edwards> From Your Negatives 4tp 2/1-,)/I Dahmer's Discount tf neighbors, three br., 1 bath, Materials MILLER .r...

r.oyal Summer (Cadell) TOWNSEND dining room, living room, and
Snowflre (Whitney). COPYWORK LOSE WEIGHT safely ana last utility room, large lot. WE BUILD -
with X-ll Diet Plan, $3. REDUCE FOR SALElarge spirited Steel ErectorsCuckler
ADULT NON-FICTION INFORMAL PORTRAITSAND excess fluids with X- pony for older boy. Call; 964- Home and 31-1/2 Acres boated "Your Plans Or Ours "V}

Champion Cats Of The World PASSPORTS Pel, $3. Money Back Guarantee 6558 after 5 p.m. It Steel Buildings on SRD. 100 South. Home Your Lot Or Ours." -- )

(Ing); Creative Candlemaklng at Koch Drug;. 12tp45FOR & Bins Portable Woldin; 3 bedroom, CB construction.Land FREE ESTIMATES VOLKSWAGEN
(Newman; )) Successful Shotgun FOR SALE A well furnished bordered by two paved
Shooting (:Montagne); Federal SALE1972 Suzuki 350, camp in the Ocala National Pip. Welding roads and one graded road. Remodeling R.pairsAdditions New & Used

Reserve System (Beckhart); Legal good shape. 4000 miles, also Forest. Contact Ned; C. Cole- LAKE CITY Soles Service
The World Chess Championship helmet, $600. Larry Oglesby. man, Griffis Loop or write BILL POWELL BROKER Hom.s Bought Sold
(Cligoricj); White House 964-5240.' tfchg P.O. Box 251, Starke, Fla. 752-7304 Trod.dACREAGE
China (Klamkin) What We 3 tp 2/22 4 tp 2/s 964.6464OR FOR SALE964U53 1 Mi. North of the Mall

Know About Cancer Harris); NoticesSealed WANTED to buy a Daisy but- GAINESVILLE
The Chicanos (:Meler) HowI
ter churn. Call 964-8696. Itp
WAYNE DOUGLAS
Made A Million Dollars With FOR SALE 60 x 12 Con- Hwy. 301 S. Stork.c .
Ideas (Abrams)); The American Bids will be receiv- cord Mobile Home.Extra nice. ASSOCIATE
ed up to and not later than Ph. 782-3049. 2/8- AJ. THOMAS REALTOR
Woman (Chafe); The New LUZIER needs ladles 07 and Up ,
11:00 A.M., April 10, 1973, 964-6593
York Times Guide To Spec- ------------------------- n'.
in the office of the Business up) to take orders for Luzier Appraising And General I ::::::::::::: : : : ::::::::::::::::::: An
tator Sports (Koppett); The Cosmetics Louise Stern Ma-
c
Manner Union Correctional
Best And The Brightest (Hal- Institution, for the sale of nager 964-5616. 2t 2/8 0. C. Cirtm .Irs.ry Real Estate Sales I, BOGIESPlumbing Mobile Horne
berstam) The Occult Explosion JIMMY MOORE'SSelr '
Pine Pulpwood and Pine Tim- Thousands of Plants ::: :::: SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES

garn(Freedland And The);Rise J. E.Of Spin-The ber on a lump sum basis. Reduce safe & fast with Go- Fruit Trees, Shad. Tr.... 30 Years Experience In Sp.rt* :j I Co. Expands Rooms & Add

NAACP; (Ross) Jolson The offering is comprised of Bese Tablets & E-Vap"water Evergreens, Camellias, 5 : On Rooms
approximately 25U Florida Land Matters. MORE BOAT FOR
(Freedland); Elizabeth And acres. pills" Andrews Pharmacy. Asoleas.. RosesMast :| COMMERCIAL :111 Free Delivery and Set Up
These; are generally workedout In Cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING MONEY
YOUR
Philip: A Royal Love Story 3/15 100 MILE
RADIUS
::;:
Tel. 961-5701
turpentine areas and areas I ANDRESIDENTIAL ::1
(Campbell)} How To Raise And
: Starke Ph. 9645791Complete
BANK
23 Mi. S.E. Of Stark., FINANCING
of round timber.Harvesting
Train Pigeons (Allen); The to be done by the successful TYPEWRITERS, Adding Ma- Hwy. 100FloroKom. 205 N. Temple Ave. 1; f HWY 17 NORTH-
Guide To Horse-
Complete Stern
Brander}) bidder within the eighteen chines & Cash Registers 659.2165 Outboard & ;:J: :: GREEN COVEr
manship 200,000000 ,-
Guinea Pigs(Fuller; );Harry 08) months period beginning cleaned repaired. STARKE Drive Service and Repair. ::1 I: 24 Hr. ServicePHONES :::; .l. 284.5001 264-7311
1 1973 thru December TYPEWRITER SERVICE Complete Fiberglass Repair
July I. 782-
)
S. Truman (Truman ; ,
Blackberry Winter (:Mead); A 31, 1974. Bids should be sealed 3020. 5t 3/1 Hipp toffiiffa "Imaor Co. Custom built Fiberglass jj j mi

Surgeon's World (Nolen!; ); and returned In an envelope Fishing Beats.TYPEWRITERS. $; Office i j1
Plants For Home marked "BID FOR LUMP SUM TIL.IPMOMC: : : 372-3f Ph. 964.8602
Hanging Earn $307.20
Sleeping Problems?
Restless? :!
Terrace And Garden (Baum- PINE TIMBER: SALE to be Get Snoozer Tablets | Home 485.3751 ::i
gardt); The Atomic Establishment opened 11:00: a.m., APRIL safe for a FARM MACHINESNew Manuel Min. Per Month
night's sleep. Only 98C (Jackson():.Metzger)>; Caruso 10,1973"time and for returned the bid in open-sufficient Andrews Pharmacy. 2tp 2/22 & Used Electric. For sale or rent.- 766 N. Grant St. t EducationOpportunity

stness Manager, Union Correctional Bradford County Telegraph. ':':1
(Jackson); Papa: HemingwayIn Starke, Florida ::1
West (McLendon) The Institution, P.O.Box Have LUZIER 441 "
Key a 4 Mi. North U.S.
; 221, Raiford, Florida 32083. Wig and Cos- on ::::::::::::::::;:;:::::*::::::::::::%: wINTERESTED:: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i:::
Great Land Hustle (Paulson) metic Party. Call 964-5616 Room & Board
Spearpolnt (Ashton-Warner); 2/8 3t 2/22 for details. 2tchg 28INSURANCE Gainesville, Fla.
The Birth Of The Luftwaffe 421 Ft. Frontage Travel And

(Schllephake) Winter Trees .'\V1oe Service Is The Better Idea" Business LocationOn IN BUYINGOR AdventureOpenings
(Plath); Mafia, U.S. A.(Gage) IN: THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Highway 301 SELLING?
Total War: The Story Of World TIlE EIGHTH[ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT {
War H (Calrocoressl)); A Religious OF FLORIDA' IN AND AT REDUCED RATES CONTACT For

History Of The American FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. AUTO, FIRE BOAT STARKE BUILDERSA South of Starke; $16,000 Women & Men
reopie lAnistrom.); Mm- PJtOiJATE NO. 1-2096
ple Gasoline Engine Repair 9)In INSURANCE DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY Complete Building Service 1, 2, or 3 years at 7%. GEORGE ROBERTS 2 Yrs. Active Duty
(Olney); McCall's Beautiful re: Estate of SANDRA W. REAL ESTATE
Brunch Book (:McClow) DAMS Deceased.To tchg Phone 964-3270 219 E. Washington St. Suitable for restaurant, Naval Reserve

1, 2., 3, 4, 5, 6 (Coffin); Viz- All Creditors and Per- Starke, Fla, motel, service station PHONE 96 -7826
zini>; Johnny, We Hardly Knew sons Having Claims or Demands -
CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL liquor lounge oth.r
Ye (O'Donnell). Against Said Estate: or 421 W. MADISON ST.

You and each 01 jou- are AUTOMOBILESUSED "The No Wax Floor" $4.59 highway business
LIBRARY ]HOURS(
hereby notified and requiredto Completely P" Sq. V* Please Call Frank E.
lnstall
Monday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. present' any claims and Compare At S&.50

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: demands which you, or either Philpottc..AssociateMcKINNEYGREEN OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. of you, may have against the BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI

Saturday: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. estate of Sandra W. Davis, LOW NYLONMany 100 W. PH. 964.5606 Ls-u y3
CLOSED ALL DAY WED- deceased, late of said County FOR SALE-1968 Charger R/T, -
Colon To Choo.e From $6 97 REALTORS A Deal You Have Been I1I.31
NESDAY. to the Circuit Judge of with 440 engine, with 72,000 a ...
i Bradford County, Florida, miles. Just had new paint job. E.ceeda F.H.A. Specification COMPUTER PROPERTY Waiting For! : '-''' '

at his office In the courthouseof Call 964-5240 after 5:30: p.m.. CompUt.ly Inetalled Ova Rubber padding Pena. Yd. 1972 12 x 65' 2 Bedroom, 2 Baths Washer & Dryer

Know Someone In ACftS'S said County at Starke, Florida Asking $1,200 or best offer. SHAG FINDINGBox Contains Central Heat & Air Conditioning
t within six calendar tf
t months from the time of the 100,. Continuous FH. Nylon The Carpet With' The Haw LooM 14484, Gainesville ASSUME PAYMENTS

first publication of this no FOR SALE '69 Ford Torino. Many Colors To Chooi. Prom 57 95 Fla. 372-3616; After _B Til Dork !\Inn. Sat Noun Dark On SunH.lv

? t tice. Two copies of each claimor Must sacrifice 782-3752. lip Completely In.t>Il4 Ov.r Rubber padding Per Sq. Yd. 0 Hours 3766893PERCULATION
demand shall be In writing -

and shall state the placeof j

residence and post office FOR SALE 1968 Custom

I.iav. them call the CRISIS$ address of the claimant, and 4 dr. sedan, 390 Eng. Ford air, PINEHURST TESTS DeWitt C. Jones
Funeral
or" shall be sworn to by the claimant Home
time day power steering and brakes.
any
its agents or attorneyand One owner $695.00.Call Dolph Grocery And Variety StoreWE fcre you confused? Do you
night, 804 SW 2nd Av. accompanied by a filing Reddish, 964-7220. 2tchg 2/15 need help? Call me at STARKE

'For help with a variety of t fee of one dollar and such HAVE MOST COMPLETE 724-5322, Jax, and I'll male
claim: or demand not so filed Phone 964-6200
our test and help with
probl.ms. shall be voll. SHOPIN you
NOTIONS
jllf. FABRIC AND
/sJ.R.. Collier, As executor our application for a Septic Rental
'
PHONE of the Last Will and IF WE DON'T HAVE ITwe'll STARKE Tank permit. Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs& Crutches.

, Testament of SANDRA W.DAVIS get It for you. Office Also Complete Line Of Hardware & Drapery SuppliesHwy. C.W. Crum,
Supplies, Furniture Equip KEYSTONE
376-4444 deceased HEIGHTS
First publication Feb. 8, ment.Bradford County; 100 East Store Hours 7-11 Environmental
f GAINESVILLE J 1973. Telegraph Of Starke 7 Days a Week Planning & Testing. Phone 473-3176

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