Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 22, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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Levy Breaks it i it fi hI tests of some 75
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t-1Nt. At DuPont'sLawtey animously Board approved Tuesday

, night the lease-
purchase of the for

Mine I mer Anderson

school to the Flo-

-I rida Division of

An accidental release of muddy r Corrections for

water from the DuPont Co. Lawtey use in the prison

plant occurred about 4:20 p.m., Feb. 20, system's work-re-

discharging into Boggy Branch, a tri- '\ lease program.

butary of Black Creek.The i 2' Resident after resident

: spoke In pro test of the school
release resulted froman The pH of the mixture of board's accepting the prison

settling unexplained pond levee break wall. in a released and creek water, in- f ( system's proposal for use of

(S.. Page 6)) the abandoned school as a
Total amount of water released community correction center.
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has not yet been determined tLL "Prison camp" was the term
but the flow was ;:. the residents preferred using
slowed within one hour and Sapp J I WA. for the proposed center.
plan forces completely stop- "The people don't want this
ped the flow by 7:30: p.m. that kind of operation In the neigh-

evening.The mining operation results Named These 12 students at the Bradford Middle Dark Christopher, Sarah Biggs, Chuck Register borhood Moore, ,"a local stated resident Jesse and

In releasing soil organ- School mad. straight A's during the second Francis Knipper, John Samons, and former principal the Ander-
Ics, primarily llgnlns and tan- County nln. weeks of this chool year. Leonard Whitehead. Kneeling; Eolln Green, son School. Moore now ass-
nins, which discolor the wa- Tina Brown, Randall Crawford, Dole Yvonne istant principal at Bradford

ter ation.used Prior In the to mineral discharge separ to They are: standing (I l-r) Ellen George, Rouse, and Susan Edwards. Middle School In opposition, spoke out of vehemently the-

Boggy Branch the affluent Is DeputyGlen school board allowing the prison
routed through a series of system to rent the facil

settling polnds for clarifica- Sapp, 26, began duties ity.
tion.The February 1 as a deputy 12 BMS Students Earn Straight
pond levees are patrolled sheriff of Bradford County, "We have a quiet, peaceful
regularly and a supervisor "
the first employe hired by neighborhood, Moore stated.
patrolled the levy less
than 90 minutes before the newly Reddish.elected Sheriff Dolph students at Brad- Mrs. L. P. Knipper, Keystone; topher, daughter of Mr. and bara Godwin, Richard ParTerry Carver, Elaine Caul- "We're proud of It." This
Contreas Tam-
failure. While the cause of ford !Middle School earned Randall Crawford, son of Mr. Mrs. T. D. Christopher, rish Hall, Jackie Hammond, ey, Phyllis apparently struck closest tc
the failure Is still unknown, Starke John Samons of Ruth Hazen, Terri Hicks, Casmy Kelley, Tracy Kelly, Chri- the
Sapp served two years as straight A's during the secand Mrs. Cecil Crawford, ; son William Lun- the way large gatheringfelt
plant forces have begun investigation ond nine week grading period Starke; and Dale Rouse, son Mr. and Mrs. John Samons, sandra Johnson, Lucille Bradtopher King, Caro- about the situation, Jud-
to determine the which ended recently. of Mr. and Mrs. Willie House. Starke; Leonard Whitehead, ley, Zed Hamilton, Jim Hamdy, Christie Redding, ging by the support he got from
cause to prevent repetition.The son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo- II ton, Freddie Lee Aldrldge, lyn Roller, Kathy A. Taylor, that statement.
of the They are: Seventh gradersCharles nard Whitehead, Starke; Eo- Cheryl Barker, David Best, and Claire Turner. After more than three hoursof
total effect release
Is unknown at this time Sixth gradersSarah Biggs, Register, son of Mr. and Mrs. line Green, daughter of Mr. listening to the audience
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Register, Crystal Lake. and Mrs. Harry Green, speak, sometimes replying but
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area surveyon
the a.m.morning of Feb. 21 Bobby Biggs of starke; FranEighth gradersEllen Starke, and Tina Brown, Once A Pancake, mostly listening, the school
revealed that the discoloration cis Knipper, son of Mr. and George, Starke; Darla Chris- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. board voted to accept the recommendation -
Mlllard Brown Starke. of Supt. Jim
had reached the State W Always A PancakeWhen
and Gene
""* Temple Attorney
Route 318 bridge, across Black
r + Students earning an A-B Shaw that the Anderson build-
Creek, but no other damagehad ; a man marries he takes an oath to divide from
the first nine weeks be for sale rent
Ing or
average put up
been noted.Landowners 2,466 Petitions grading period and on the every School Board woman Monday except night.one, Lynwood Crawford told the because the school board has

Just down- honor roll are, by grade: no further plans to use It as
But many times men slip out of the house after their
stream of the Lawtey forc-mine Sixth grade Julie Chambers wives are asleep and slip back in again just before she a school center.
were contacted by plant Vickie Corbett Vir- wakes up, said Crawford. "Yes, from a purely busi-
es and other In than the Branch dis- Ask WhiskeySale ginia Dixon, Tamara Ether- "Now; you can't tell me a prisoner won't do the same ness standpoint," said Board
colored water there idge, John Evans, William thing!" Crawford stated. Member Art HOlUday,the
crossing their property Gaskins, Jana Ann Godwin, "Once a pancake, always a pancake." first board member polled by
has been no damage. n Darlene Lynn Jordan, Debra Crawford lives just 300 yards from the former Anderson Secretary Joan Hurst at the
Flection Dite, Albert Lock, Susan Mas- School in Lawtey. lie was speaking in protest of direction of Chairman Rodney
sey, Terry Alan McCarthy the Bradford School Board giving the Division of Correct- II all. Members Blalne
Patricia Mullins, Jeffery ions a lease-purchase agreement to use the abandoned scho- Thompson, Rodney (Hall, and
alit( uJotmtdlrirr Sappa Norman, Novls Patray, Cheryl ol to house prison inmates enrolled In a work-release pro- Seeber Goodman each voted
2,466 petitions each askingfor body will turn out to vote
.. Prevatt, Montez hitch, yes, echoing Holllday's state-
Florida Highway Patrol an election to legalize the on the Issue," he stated. Dale Rogers, Susan Talcott, gram.Crawford also noted that over 400 residents signed a ment In one way or another.
trooper In Punta Gorda priorto sale of liquor were handed "That's all we wantedfor" Marvin Lamar Tyson, Sylvan 1- petition protesting the prison program in Anderson School. Veteran Board Member H.
Bradford deputy the County Commission by the people to have a voice. Teresa "That's lot in small he said,
of community
becoming a Williams, Boyce, a people a A. Lawson, the last to vote,
sheriff. Prior to that he the Starke Jaycees Monday Bob Blakewood, chairman Becky Brown, Neva; Driver, reminding board members an election would be coming up. hesitated a long while before
I1Church afternoon, Feb. 20. of the Petition Committee of Elizabeth Ann Dyal, Marjorie -
adding his yea to the other
(See Page 6)) The petitions were immediately the Starke Jaycees, handedthe Edley, Harry Green, Cyn- Sour He was obviously dis-
claimed by Supervisorof 2,466 petitions, by a Jaycee thia Lee Griffith, Linda Gall tressed over the decision.
Registration Neva Flynn count. to Commission Johns, Tim Kelly, Michael 2 Cow Thieves JailedOne "That's a hard decision to
Chief Quits whose Job it is to certify to Chairman Ralph Bryan. Kitchens, Melanie Lorraine make," Lawson said
the commission that the required Morris, Chris Mosley, Nancy; "
Women Blakewood said this sub- Michael Prescott thing led to another J. Underhill, 22, Starke. The "I know it Is, replied
number of valid signa- Payne,
uxiliary tures have been presented. mission of the petitions ends Cassle Lynn Riddick. Pam- Friday night, Feb. 16, when pair has been arraigned In Chairman Hall.
Jaycee participation In the Star- two local men were arrestedand county court and a public defender Lawtey board member
From the date Mrs. Flynn ela Jo Stalnaker, Nora
UNITED WORLD Dept certifies that 1,712 voters have drive for a wet-dry vote. ling. jailed for cow stealingby appointed to representthem Blalne Thompson made the
signed petitions, onefourthof In less than two weeks in Seventh gradeTammy Andrews Deputy Sheriffs Glen A. according to Sheriff motion to adopt the resolu-
DAY OF PRAYER Citing duties as a Starke those in the county, the excess of the necessary 1- Matthew Box, Janet :Moore and John Dempsey! Dolph Reddish. tion declaring the school sur-
city councilman, Charles commission has 60 days with- 712 signatures were gatheredin Boyce, Phyllis Collier, Stev- In the Bradford County Jail The pair was arrested the plus property. Seeber Good-
Friday, March 2 Schaefer has resigned as chief in which to call an election. a mall drive In which voters en Cooper, Zella Crews, Ne- under bonds totaling $3,001 same night they stole the cow man gave the second.
of Starke's Auxiliary Police were asked to sign Individual va Flynn, Denise Glssy, William each are Huey C. Cowart, 21, belonging to Ray lormanfromthe : Attorney Shaw's recom-
11:30: A.M. Department.In "We now just hope every- petitions and mall Gnann, Stephanie Green, Hellbronn Springs, and Alvin Bill Reddish farm on SR- mendation, also accepted by
announcing his resigna- them back to the Jaycees.One George Pizarro, Karen Kim- 225, according to the sheriff. the board, was that the. Division -
tion Monday, Feb. 19, Schae- Officials Needed quarter of the regis- brell, Daren Porter, Brenda Moore and Dempsey were Investigating of Corrections be giv-
St. Edward'sCatholic fer issued the following state- tered voters must have sign- Prevatt, Karen Reddish, Ken- RainfallOne the robbery of the en a one year lease at $1,000
Church ment which is printed In full: For, Softball ed the petition for an elec- ny Rodrigue, Brenda Sapp, Handy Way Store at the inter- per month payable In advance.
"I wish to take this means And Baseball tion to be called. Daren E. Shaw, Priscilla Stal day's rainfall droppedan section of SR-225 and SR- The state will pay fire and
of announcing my resignationas Mrs. Flynn said she will naker, Constance Tanner, average of 1.63 inches of 16 when the cow theft was hazard Insurance costs, maintain -
"Nursery' Provided Chief of the Starke Auxiliary The Starke Recreation Department probably finish certifying signatures Sonja Tenly, Dora Triest and water onto Bradford County, reported. ,the building at no cost
Police Department."It is looking for officials on the petitions some- Tommy Everett Williams. according to the Florida Division From things the two dep- to the school board, and pay
Cov.r.d Dish has been my pleasureto for Its softball and time next week. That meansan Car- of Forestry headquarters uties had observed earlieras all utilities. The lease can
serve the last three and baseball programs for this election will probably be Eighth grade- Gracie on SR-100 west of Starke. they were looking Into the be broken with one year's no-
\ Luncheonammunity one half years as Chief under year. called sometime in April or ter, Keith Carter, Sharon store robbery, they were ableto tice by either party.
the leadership of Police Ofacials are needed for the the Crosby, Deborah Gomes, De- The rain falling Monday, arrest Cowart and Underhill -
early May. Law requires
: Roshell Jenkins, Feb. IS, measured 1.9 Inchesat The prison system was also
cp"flJt Chief Ken Fuqua. Men and Women softball vote to be advertised 30 days nise Kersey, who had already butcheredthe
the Louis Hill tower at given an option to purchasethe
increasing time JockeL
"The and Linda Sue
ever leagues well as the Ban- Jeffery
(!! and pressure as your City tam Baseball, Junior Boys prior Effort to the to election.legalize the sale Jones, Cynthia Testone, Dar- Highland I and 1.5 Inches at "It cow.was a good job of law school at not less than

&tatr SankAcowito Councilman make this decis- Baseball, and Senior Boys of liquor In the county Is lene Jones, Briar Patray, Patricia both and the the Santa New Fe River tower tower on enforcement, making the arrest Its 510 appraised after six value months.of $171-The
ion necessary Baseball Programs. Anyone headed by two restaurant operators Pierce, James Starl- In the same night,"Sher- school board would
"I wish to thank the Citi- wishing to take part In these Gus Kopelousos of ing, Kathy Testone, Gina US-301 south. iff Reddish said give cre-
T.S2O.OOO NOT bwr.1 kyF Uti zens of Starke for their support programs may contact the Recreation the Garden Restaurant and Brown, Samuel Brown, Pam- It made a total of 5.43 inches "Now If they .' could just dit Residents for rent paid. askedS.
.4>r.1 l D.P..U hiiur.iicl Car*. of the Auxiliary Police Department, 964- Ron Ralmano of the HolidayInn. ela Chapman, Cindy Davis, of rain through Mon- solve the robbery that would repeatedly
Department." 5792, for more information. Dana Dyal, Lisa Edard, Bar- day, Feb. 19, really do things up nicely." ( .. Page 5)JULIAN )

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Pag. 2 TELEGRAPH F.b.22, 1973

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: Anniversaries{ wf- A' Weddings &

eI Birthday Yhe 97GCif rfeJfly c. Fte et( Club Personals Meetings!' tJe

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4i Showers Gladys Mooty, Society Editor, 964.7608

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/Keo ting/ -B uri/ Woman's Club Mobley-Eubanks/ DKG MembersA

To Wed March 2 Hears Talk .rlr ttend ProgramIn
Vows Said Feb. 22 /
On PollutionThe
Announcement Is made of
the approaching marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mob- "Expressive Dimensionsof
Miss Robin Mary Keating to Homelife Departmentwith ley of Lawtey announce the a Culture" was the themeof
Charles Edward Buras. both Mrs. R.V. Turner f marriage of their daughter a program presented by I
of New Orleans, La., on Friday chairman was in chargeof Barbara Ann to Cpl. CarlW Macclenny teachers to mem-
d + March 2, at 7 p.m. In the program at the Starke Eubanks of Cecil Field bers of Alpha Nu Chapter ;
Saint Raphael Church New Woman's Club luncheon son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl of Delta Kappa Gamma Society [
Orleans with a reception following meeting Wednesday of last Eubanks, Sr., of Apopka. Friday night.. .
at the Madrid Room week. tri The wedding took place Music of various cultureswas
Holiday Inn. Mrs. Turner presented her today, Feb. 22, at 9:30: a.m. played, slides shown, ,:
Miss Keating Is the grand- husband as speaker Mr. at the home of the groom's t tra and art displayed.
daughter of Mrs. Edith Chris- Turner, vice-president of parents In Apopka In the I The Valentine motif was
tiansen of Starke and New Sales and Marketing for the presence of the Immediate carried out at the refresh-
Orleans and great-niece of General Environmental Equ- families. ment table and the flower
Griffis-Haguewood Mrs. Edna Hart, Mrs. Ella ipment Co of J Jacksonville arrangements used In the
Moody and Mrs. Pearl Col- spoke on pollution and Its Teen meeting room.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow D. son of Starke. effect on our ecology. Volunteers In the absence of the pre-
Griffls of Starke announce the The Valentine theme was Meet At t GunterCowartMr. sident, Mrs. Lucille Payne
engagement of their daughter. used throughout the club 1&I HospitalThe presided over a short bus-
Viola to Bruce M. Hague- World Prayer rooms. The speaker's tab- and Mrs. Willis Gun- iness session. A World
wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. le was covered with a red Bradford Hospital ter announce the engagementof Fellowship Fund was collected -
Robert M. Haguewood of Day Is Set cloth and held a center arrangement Candy Stripers their daughter Mamie Lou, and the group voted to
of red and white changed Steven Cowart, son of
Gainesville.The March 2 their name to Teenage Vol- to accept the plan to make
wedding Is planned for flowers. The centerpiecewas I unteers at their Orlene Cowart and the late District Two smaller In the
meeting on
April 6 at 7 p.m. In the Mad- used through the cour- Feb. 8.Prospective. Johney Cowart of Starke. number of counties Involved. ;'
ison Street Baptist Church tesy of Julia's Florist Shop. Miss Gunter Is a juniorat The date of the next meet- :
with a reception following In Women of St.Edward's Par- Mrs. E. L. Matthews gave attended the new members Bradford High School and Ing was changed from April i
the church annex. ish extend an Invitation to all the invocation and devotional. orientated. meeting and were Mr. Cowart Is a student at 6 to April 9. I
All friends and relativesare women of the area to join Special guests were Mark J JI the During the pro- Bradford Union Area Voca- Those attending from Brad-
Invited to attend. them at 11:30: a.m. next Friday Hardenbrook and his mother favors gram for girls made Valentine tional Technical Center of ford County were Della Rosen-
March 2, for the World Mrs. Donald Hardenbrook.Mark jE jE1 : trays. hospital patient Starke. burg, Marilyn Vellenga, Mona
The Starke chapter, Orderof Day of Prayer services. was recently named The next meeting will be The wedding will take placeat Canova, Kate Sheppard Edna
the Eastern Star, will havea Nursery service will be pro- "Outstanding Youth in our held March 8 at 7:30 the home of the bride on Hart, t Cleo Andrews, Lucille
vided. community". He was a I p.m. March 10 at 7:30
covered dish supper Satur- In the hospital conferenceroom. p.m. Payne, Willie Mae Dyal, Tom-
day night at 7 p.m. In the A covered dish lunch In the nominee of the Starke Wo- i r' All friends and relativesare mie Nolln; E velyn Ilaney
Masonic Hall. All Masons and Parish Hall will follow pray- man's Club as was Mrs. invited to attend. and Helen Johns. 1 l
their families are Invited to ers In the church. Douglas Hardy, another win-
ner In the contest.

attend. _. ........ Mrs. S, H. Hamilton, president FINAL WEEK
m M i M M H It M'i' m*' "<* "*' presided at the busi- ,
ness meeting following the

>11? JULIASFLORIST program Olin White and luncheon.announced Mrs.the I 1I 1 SALE ENDS FEB. 28 1973 i

:) Junior Woman's Club is giving I k, iI
a card party Wednesday, + a js I
jp Feb. 21, from 1:30 to 4:30: ji I
p.m. at the club house. I I
Mrs. Charles Braswell was I
Located In The Winkler Bldg. accepted as a new member. ALONE ,,
Elizabeth Ann Weds
Hours'; Approximately 60 membersand Harvey i
224 Temple Ave. [PH. 964-77111 8 AMT 5 P-M- guests attended the iI ii I
Starke, Fla. !_> > _______ Mon. Sat meeting. Mr. Groves In Lawtey Baptist ii i
!rrnrPn. .
Introducing Miss Elizabeth Anne Harvey dark blue velvet waist band i
MAY BE NEW BUT daughter of Rev. and and pearl necklace. A dark
tpr Mrs. E, C. Harvey of Law- blue velvet and ribbon head- !
Mr. and
FLOWERS. Mrs. Roger Akersof and Kenneth piece secured her light blue
Haleyville Ala. announcethe Groves of Starke, were unit- veil. She' carried a nosegayof SAVE $40 SET ,
birth of Rena
a daughter,
AND MAKING FLORALARRANGEMENTS Denise, on Feb. 1 in Alachua ed in marriage on Friday white pompoms and light i
General Feb. 16, at 8 p.m. in the blue baby's breath. ir r
IS NOT Hospital. Grandparents First Baptist Church Law- Mrs. Paul Wheeler and !
Mr. and Mrs.
are J.
The bride's father Mrs. Steve Kirkland were the
tey. Rev.
NEW TO US. WE D. Warren and Mrs. George
JMvett of !Harvey[ performed the nup- bridesmaids. They wore
SPECIALIZE IN 'QUALITY Starke. tials. gowns and headpieces identi-
cal to the honor attendant'sand
Highlighting the altar were
Mr. and Mrs.Homer Stearnsand
\ WORK AT PRICES YOU Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ma- two pedestal baskets of white carried white pompom Iff
and and blue nosegays.Nancy .
thews visited Disney Worldon pompoms gladioli
CAN AFFORD Tuesday. iris against a background of !; Shuford, daughter of
branched candelabra with !\ and Mrs. Glenn Shuford
Barbara Hollingsworth, Let Us Do Your Wedding And burning white tapers. was flower girl and Jim Nor- or
Designer et A Free Gift For The Bride? COMING TO Jimmy Alvarez and Denise man, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Free E.timat.e."When Moone)ham, pianist and soloist James Norman, was ring
TOWN presented a programof bearer.
You Say It With FlowerIt's nuptial music Given in marriage by her
Billy Groves attended his brother, Ed Harvey, the bride Luxurious Floral Print Cover

I Beautifully Said"JULIA brother as best man and Joey wore a white Brussels lace Puff Quilted to Foam
Dampier and Steve Kir land gown over bridal satin designed -
UNDERHILL. OWNER were ushers. with an empire waist- : '" Regular
f Ph. 964-7711 f j Mrs. Joey Dampier servedas line, gathered skirt, stand up =
matron of honor, wearinga collar, lace leg-of-mutton L y f
light blue crepe gown with sleeves that fastened with but- 79.95
tons of self material and a 5995Each
lull length train. She worea
fingertip veil of illusionand = 1 r ,
carried a white nosegay T
of pompoms, baby's breath .a + v'f Mattress or matching Box Spring
and sweetheart roses. Her ='; fit' r Twin or Full Size
l 1. 1 I RICk 0 5DQ'SS only pendent.ornament was a cross } + L y Foam rubber sold in sets only

A reception was held in the 1
L r church educational building. o t >Cr ; L f'i'r Super King Size ':
:Miss Anne Starling kept the
bride's book at a table hold- 4 259.95 Set I

I f: ing bud two vase.sweetheart roses Ina Queen Size 179.95 Set

The bride's table was cov-
ered with a white linen cloth
and centered with a three-
6 $ '; tiered wedding cake. :Mrs. Elegant Decorator
Bernice Starling cut the cake
: HoHO and assisting In serving were Print Cover
1D1o :Mrs Valaria Shuford, :Mrs.
Puff Quilted
; : ,Kathj Hardee, Mrs. :Mary
p0 Kuhne, :Mrs. Vern :Mcula, and I
Mrs. Alma :Norman.
( O Following a wedding tripto
South Florida the couple
I will go to Honolulu, Hawaii 6995Each
where Mr. Groves will be
& stationed for three years with
g the I'. S. Army.Junior T
'-+F ; + Mattress or matching Box Spring
ClubThe / Twin or Full Size
.+ ,, Foam rubber sold in sets only
Junior Woman's Clubof F6 ;
I Starke won three achieve- -'' 6 inch Twin Foam Rubber 139.95 Set

ment awards at the District 6 inch Double Foam 159.95 Set
6 r ,4 "Junior Day" program and
22ci I luncheon on February 14,host-
Ij j ed by Jacksonville Beach Jun-
iors at their clubhouse.
"Junior Love" was the t<
theme of the day, and the

w Starke for their Juniors Foster were Child awarded Pro-- Super King Size 299.95 Set Queen Size 219.95 Set

ject, Miss Bradford Scholar-

ship Beauty Pageant, and their Deep'' Puff-Oufllad to Foam all over.. Super.SurreceSoltne..
outstanding programs during of loam cushion every part of your body.Malone's .
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F.b. 22, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pag 3 ,


Marlon Thornton

Birthday PartyMarlon t a

Thornton celebratedhis ).
16th birthday Friday night
when his parents gave a party ;>
for him and 30 teenage friendsat LD WIN ">
their home on W, Brown-
1 .' lee Road. ,.%
W* SS1 The party started with an .
V* *
\t.JK9* M outdoor hamburger fry and
then the guests went inside
for games and birthday cake.
Pine Level Youth The family room was decor-

Hold Sweetheart the ated occasion.with red streamers The birthday for

Banquet FridayThe ment cake, table centering, was the topped refresh-witha \CHEVROLET OLDS\

Pine Level Baptist miniature sports car. 4saYI

Youth Group held Its annual \
Sweetheart banquet last Fri- Madison GA'sThe
day evening at the Garden
Restaurant. Girl's Auxiliary (GA's) I Does Not Sell
Special music was provided of the Madison Street Baptist
by the youth. The guest Church enjoyed a weiner roast
speaker was Rev. John Cu- Tuesday, Feb. 13, at the homeof \
mins from Glendale Com- Mrs. Wayne Harper on _
munity CJiurch In Jackson Butler Road.
ville. The film which followed During the hours, 3:30: and _
was*entitled "Trap of Hate". 5 p.m., the 14 girls played AIRPLANES
As the Invocation was given, games and roasted marsh-
one young man accepted Christas mallows, and were presentedwith a

The his Saviour.banquet climaxed with Assisting Valentine in cupcakes.serving were Mr. And Mrs. A J. Thomas, Sr.

the crowning of the King and Mrs. David Lawson and Mrs.
Queen of the 1973 Sweetheart Tlllman Richardson.Dr. Observe Golden/ Anniversary
Banquet. This year's king and TRAINS
queen are Dick:Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs A. J. Thomas senior Thomases.The .
Landa Thornton. R. E. Dopson and his Sr. were guests of Mr. family Including the
staffs from Starke and Mac- and Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr. children, had dinner at a
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Grlf- clenny attended a study sem- and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Gainesville restaurant and returned -
fis, Miss Kathy Frees and inar Feb. 17-18 at the Hilton Wood at the home of the lat- to the Woods' home
Ronnie Whitehead attended the Hotel in Jacksonville. ter in Gainesville on Sunday, for punch and cake. Pictureswere
Daytona 500 Sunday. Feb. 11, celebrating the Golden also taken.Country .
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March 1, for the wives of
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The 19 young folk with club members. It will startat HOUSES
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From the church they wentto and Country Club Women meet
p the home of Mr. and Mrs. the first Monday of each monthat
Dan Harley for hors d' o- 8 p.m. at the club and t
brazier dogs euvers and salad; then to would like to have the wife \
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Tomlinson for soup; to the these meetings. Your club is -But i
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The dessert table in the Mrs. R. G. Thorton, who
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3Rnoto Annual Azalea Festival Set Mar. 2,3,4 In Palatka

eople oii as of bloomongplants will be opento
.. National Guard Armory. won by such name Beard players, and the public all during the
Y Finals of the beauty pageantare Bob Murphy,Frank week of the Azalea Festival.The .
Mrs. Sam Rosenberg Is Mrs. John E. Pattersonhas Misses Kathy Faulkner and set Sunday, March 4, at 2 Tommy Aaron. Skeet! two hour parade Saturdaywill
a patient In the Jacksonville returned to her home Sandra Tomlinson of the First p.m. In the Ravine Gardens The annual shooters be highlighted by Senator
Nursing Home. in Kane, Pa. after six weeks Christian Church have been r 1e1A Amphitheatre. Shoot draws name to Lawton Chiles, walking, of
visit with her sister, Mrs.A. accepted to the Atlanta Christ- The power boat races will from throughout the country Florida's course, and the festival Sundaywill
Mrs. Vergie Flynn was J. Barry, and family. ian College in East Point feature top names In the South 1- compete on one of feature both bathlngsult
in Gainesville last Tuesdayto Ga. They will start their west. The Azalea Festival finest skeet ranges.invited to all of and evening gown competitionof
Thursday visiting Mrs.L. Mr. and Mrs. Jan Doug- freshman term in August. Golf Tournament on March 2, The public Is Ravine Gar- the 1973 Florida Azalea
M. Gray and Mrs. Bes- las of Tallahassee were visiting the 3, 4, also features top professional these events. with millions Queen Pageant.
attending State
sie Kaxon. her parents Dr. and Mrs. Among those r golfers and has been dens
11. G. Bollinger, from Sundayto Potentate Ball at the Civic -
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lewis Tuesday. Auditorium Saturday night ,
twins of Perry spent were Mr. a nd Mrs. M. at
the weekend with her parents, Miss Christa Joellenbeck of A. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs.G. .
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay. Miami visited her brother- S. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. S T A RK E&CENTER.
in-law and sister, Dr. and Charles DinKIns! Mr. and ,
Mrs. D. W. Whlffen from Mrs. Lonnie Rhoden, Mr.and
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Christieof Friday to Monday. Mrs. Mrs. Tom Crawford,
Glen Burnle, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Fain Bateman, 212 E. Call St. IJ-UMI By The Railroad I TracksPh.

Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fancher Mr. and Mrs. James Biggs and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert f 964.7929 KATHLEEN HAHBY COLLIER. OWNERS
ni of Gainesville were Sun- and son of Murray, Ky. are Nettles. ;
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. visiting her parents, Mr. and The singing group, "Under
P. D. Fancher, Jr. Mrs. Henry Stefanelll, this The Son," Don Hardy, Mike +k
week. They all visited Mr. Hanks, David Jordon and Bob t
Ensign Barry Firth of Whiting and Mrs. Albert Stefanelli Edwards, were the featured \.V 1/441S
Field at Milton, was Jacksonville Wednesday and guests at Trinity Baptist a't"S. "
home Friday to Monday. Joining the family last Sunday Church of Apopka at their
Mrs. E. M. Davis visited were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sweetheart banquet Friday .\. PQllc" I/S
her sisters, Mrs. P. E. Stefanelli and family of night. \ Stone and Miss Mamie Anderson Gainesville.Mr. b' \) cjS CQId.

In Archer over the and Mrs. S. E. Reyes Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Jack- : '\ 9'1') e"
weekend. and son of Jacksonville spent son and daughter, Kimberly, O s
Monday with her mother, Mrs. were visiting her relativesin \ T't
Mrs. B. G. McIntyre and J. S. Sapp. Macon and Savannah, Ga. (. 1.afcfc
family of Ponta Vedra spent over the weekend.
the weekend with her parents, The Methodist Women's U1 4C y
J. H. Du Pre.
and Mrs.
Mr. Sunday school class had din- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gra- %
ner Monday night at the PIrate's ham flew to Diamond Bar,
Cove in Gainesville celebrating Calif. to and
Thursday Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- Mrs. X. M. Smith's attended the wedding of their Nancy Falrcloth 1972 Azalea Qu..n
returned last Thursday
gins after visiting relatives in birthday. son, W. H. Graham HI, to Millions of Azaleas in Ravine urday, and Sunday.
Maryland and Tennessee for Miss Linda Mehlman on Sat- Gardens State Park in Talent night will be Friday ,
12 days. Mr. Huggins also Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk urday. Palatka, scene of the Palatka March 2, with Interviews Sat- J
relatives in Pierson,
attended the Florida Farm visited Jaycees' 27th Annual Florida urday and final competitionheld
Bureau meeting in Washington Ga. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Mil Azalea Festival, already are Sunday in the beautiful : : PURINA
D.C. with the Florida ler spent the weekend with in bloom and make a colorful Ravine Gardens State Park
delegation on Feb. 6-8. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Jor- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller setting for Miss Nancy Fair- where the new Azalea QueenIs :
dan returned Wednesday of and family in Jacksonville. cloth of Jacksonville, Florida chosen each year. : : CHOWS
last week after ten days vis- The preceding weekend the Azalea Queen of 1972. Other festival activities set
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Warrenof it with Mr. and Mrs. Roy !Millers visited Mr. and Mrs. A successor to the title won on the big day of the festival +
Tampa spent the weekend Jordan in Orlando. While Charles Shepherd In Tampaand last March by Miss Falrcloth Saturday, March 3, are apar-
with his parents, Mr. and there Mr. Jordan attended the attended the Gasparilla. will be named March 4 after ade in downtown Palatka at 10
Mrs. J. D. Warren.Mr. State Fair in Tampa and was contestants from all sectionsof a. m., a barbecue at the city; i
In charge of the Horticulture Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCombwere Florida compete for the dock area at 11:30: a.m., apower -
and Mrs. Johnny John- Exhibit for the State Prison. in Sarasota Thursday to 1973 Azalea Queen title. The boat regatta at 1 p.m.on the
son and family were guestsof Sunday attending the Interna- 27th annual Azalea Festival Is St. Johns River, and the annual I
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Paulk Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hazenof tional Airstream Rally, Miss set March 2,3, 4-Frlday,Sat- Azalea Ball at 9 p. m. In the STARKE PET CENTER
in Augusta, Ga. over the Mobile, Ala. were week- Anita Bryant was an enter- ..... --
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sister, Mr. and Mrs. P. spent the weekend Include: Mrs.Bertie Mae For- SIGNS MADE TO ORDER ON THE
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Feb. 22, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pag. 5



School The annual Pinewood Derbyof
+ Cub Scout Pack 513 is set
correctional today (Thursday, Feb. 22) at Henry Block has
in the community
(From Pog 1)) ee program, said Inmates hoped the Impression wasn't or on an authorized absence, allowed to attend certain civ- 7 p.m. at the Southslde Ele-
left that the board was against Crawford said. ic functions, such church, mentary School cafetorium.
that aren't ready to be released as 17
the school board if some other won't be. the residents because About 75 inmates and 15 and entertainment e- reasons why you
use could not be found for the Board Member Blaine they were black. lie soughtto employees with a payroll of sporting supervisor is always Arredondo
building. Mrs. Eva Roberts Thompson, who ended up making assure the group that was $100,000 per year man the along, not to control the men, should to
suggested a clinic, or an old the motion to dispose of not the case."Really Jacksonville center,Crawford but to take care of any Incident Mobile Home Sales come us
folks home. "We need some- Tem- we feel that way," said. There wUl be 15 em- that might arise, and
thing more Important than a the ple building If some, asked other Supt.use could said Mrs. Dorothy Moore, ployees at the Lawtey center get the men away quickly, Top Quality Mobil Homes for income tax help]
prison camp there." be found. Several uses were quickly objecting. She said he said, with the same he said.
The problem, Shaw stated, considered, the superintendent there were other alternatives payroll. And Outstanding Service
that the school board doesn't said, but buses would 10 closing the school. Some 40 men are already STARKE ROTARIANSTO Record Reason 10. H & R Block tax preparers
know how to Its "There was a lot of oppos- In the Starke under
get money working area ENTERTAIN
there have all
have to travel too far, received special the
out of the building. Alter- ition to Judge Scott's decisIon the work-release pro Mention This Ad For training on
for Its
native to the corrections center are presently no plans An but it didn't come from gram. These men go back to Starke Rotarians will host use of the new tax forms for this year.
school center. $50.00 DiscountGAINESVILLE
Shaw said, Is "What do use adult as education a program couldbe many of you," Attorney Shaw prison at. Raiford at night their wives at a dinner and We will use the form that best fits your

we do with It?" School board possible, Temple said, or stated.Protestors raised Seymour said, terming that entertainment Saturday, Feb. 4620 N.W. 13th St. own personal situation so that you pay the
members many most unsatisfac
explained everybody arrangement
24 at
7:30: p.m. at the Starke
vocational programs. Ph.
In the county will some points in their efforts to sway tory. Golf and Country Club. 3733573ATTENTION least possible tax.
"If not used that building
benefit from the sale of the the board, including'one man Crawford said that renova-
former school. Shaw asked will deteriorate, Temple who said if the board went tion costs by the state will
for understanding of the'wor- said. ." through with the plan It would be around $25,000. He said
thllness" of the project In "If we had a use. In be remembered at the polls. more kitchen equipment more !
which the state Is attempt- John Snell. a. School said "There are other things to bathroom facilities, and beds
Middle ,
ing to make a transition prison Bradford think of besides money and will have to be added.
to the free society. overcrowded conditions existin you must remember that we Crawford also noted cor- Get Your Typewriter, Adding '
schools now In use.
"We understand the state'smotives. many are taxpayers too," Moore rection center Inmates are
could be
We realize these men lie said Anderson told the board. Machine Calculator CleanedOr
are human and we're not try- used as a school center. To begin the meeting W. R. ,
Ing to say we're better. But Chairman Hall said that Crawford, regional coordinator The person who receives a
we think we'd be more pen- Judge Charles R. Scott of for the work-release program handcrafted gift knows you Repaired
alized," stated Mrs. Maur- the First District Court of showed the packed went out of your way to do
ice Williams. Appeals In Jacksonville, closed school board meeting room a something special. Classesin
Robert Scott, chairman of Anderson and RJE In his slide presentation of the pro- ceramics will begin March Free Pick-Up & Delivery OOEIMBLOCM
the Lawtey city council, presented court order integrating Brad- gram in action in other parts 19. Space will be limited so
a petition bearing 412 ford schools In 1970. The of the state. He explainedthe enroll nowlMyrna'! THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
names all In opposition to school board did not have a need for community cor-
the prison system taking over hand In closing those schools, rection centers and said they Gift Shop,. STARKETYPEWRITER
the school. "None of those Hall said. benefit society as a whole. 118 NORTH WALNUT
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people went there on a good But the chairman finally retracted Crawford pointed out the SERVICEPH.
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conduct medal," Scott told a statement that It men in a community correc- Fla. Monday
the school board. was Impossible to ever again tion center are under super- Open APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
"There isn't a living soul use Anderson school as an vision 24 hours per day. They 1 P.M. 9 P.M. Sun-Fri. 782-3020 LAWTEY. FLA.
who can guarantee nothing will education center when Moore are at work, at the center
happen," Jesse Moore stated. pinned him down.
Edward Massey, an employ Hall told the audience he



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Double EE Mobile Homes Inc.SoftbaU .

SS Stompede CUBE Directors PTA Meet New Deputy Levy Breaks Set For Tuesday Meeting 4500 un. 6th Street Galnuvill., Fla.

Sales & Serviceomen's
On Will Meet Here (From Pag 1)) There will be a Men and
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Monday Softball WARRANTY
Monday Feb. 26 meeting 1 YEAR
dlcator of the degree of al- Tuesday, February 27, 7:30
Faculty members will give served a year as a Starke Including I IDoublewides
of the water at the Starke All\ Sizes
acidity Recreate
previously scheduled The Board of Directors of eight reports on a self studyof city policeman.Sapp callnlty or p.m.
Stompede and Pet Show at CUBE Economic Agency, Inc. the high school program in Is a graduate of Flo- has been pretty good so ion Department, In the Old Prices Competitive
Southslde Elementary School will meet Monday, Feb. 26, at preparation for this term'sI rida Junior College In Jack- far mine officials stated. Armory.
has been reset for Saturday, 8 p.m. at the Civil Defense accreditation evauatlon at a sonville. The new deputy has If the pH gets too high or Teams that are planning to RANKIN ;Manager, ,
Feb. 24, from 10 a.m. until building, with Rev. John Hay- meeting of the Bradford High completed the 200 hours of too low fish kill damage could enter leagues this year are CLIFF ,
Parent-Teacher's Associa- training result, but that won't be known urged to have their managers 372-5267
noon. mon, president, presiding.All law enforcement required PHONE
meetings of the CUBB tion Monday, Feb. 26, at 7:30P. by the Police Standards for a few days. or representatives present.
Activities previously were board are open to the public m. Council and a 40 hour trainIng -
set for Feb. 9 but were can- and Interested persons are A second part of the night's course on administering Though Investigation Into the
celled due to Inclement wea- welcome. program will see the BUS breath allzer tests.He has also cause of the break Is contin-
ther. They have been resched- A meeting of the agency's Spanish Club present read- completed the 12-weeks of uing, mine officials say It
uled this Saturday.The Human Rights Committee is Ings of poetry, sing songs,and training required to becomea appears that a fresh water
pet show will be Judgedby scheduled for 7 p.m. on the present Little Red Riding Ho- highway patrolman In Flo- spring appeared underneaththe
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Sun- same evening at the CB build- od, all In Spanish. The group rida. levy, washing It out from IIllDi IllDing'Of
dem. Prizes will be awardedin ing. will also serve refreshments.The "I'm real pleased to have the bottom.
many classifications of BUS faculty has recently Sapp on the staff," says Sheriff The levy Is about 1 1/2
pets. Bottling ResumesThe completed self studies In Dolph Reddish. "We feel miles due east of duPont's
Sack races, volleyball eight areas In preparation fora he will be an asset to the Highland office. Some 5060feet
games, 3-legged races, bean Starke Recreation De- five-year accrediatlon evaluation department and the county." of the levy was washed
bag throw, and sponge throw partmen's Bowling sessionswill by the Southern Association Our Expanded Facilities
are among many activities In this Saturday and of Colleges and Sch- A vacancy was created In
which the children will par- resume sociation of Colleges and the Sheriffs Department when out.AMERICA'S
all boys and girls that were .
ticipate. participating are urged to at- Schools, according to Curriculum former Sheriff P. D. Reddish FRIDAY, MARCH 2 7p.m. To 10:00p.m.ELOUISE'S
tend. Coordinator Randy New- retired and his son, Dolph
janu. was elected sheriff. Deputy FAVORITE
Robert Green was promoted
to fill the chief deputy's slot PASTA
NOTICEWe vacated by Dolph Reddish, and
Sapp was employed as afourth 515 Alton Road
I deputy.
Other three deputies are
Chelf Deputy Green, and Deputies -
the undersigned members of the Brooker Baptist Church of Brooker, Glen Moore and John

Florida earnestly urge the citizens of Bradford County to prayerfully Dempsey. tQi

consider the detrimental effects that alcohol has upon our society, andto i 0000000000000000000000000000000000i t 1 Com join us explore the

join in the fight against the legalization of the sale of liquor in our I i Watch For Our unlimited creative opportunities

county. We further urge and encourage all Christians to actively work you'll find In the
OPENING TM' world of ceramics. Browse
for the defeat of this issue. i
t a1; i 0 1I ( In our expanded shop *
f In Starke, Fla. r ? r

Jim Tempi., Pastor Jean Douglas
| March 1 1973Coleman's
M.O. Harrell, Chairman-Deacons Doris Kelley ,

H.C. Douglas Janice G. Pierce | Sewing Center r.av .
J.R. Mott Tommy E. Cox

Mr*. J.R. Mott Linda G. Cox f 138 E. Call St. A
Charlone F. Melvin Carolyn Dyal
Debbie\ Douglas Dottle Sue Kelley > I Your LocalSINGER FOOD FUN REFRESHMENTS !

Linda Edwards Jimmy Temple

Betty Hayes Carl T. Edwards !i

M. Alleen Green Lavern H. OutlawIva Dealer ,, DOOR PRIZES
| pproved
M. Douglas Alma T. Outlaw I U' ,

Lavern. H. Edwards Lea Temple f Sewing Machines Vacuum Cleaners "Come out and discover what's In store for
Johnnie Green Rose Etta Mott i you in the world's most fascinating hobbyl"'

Allen L. Green" Lavern H. Outlaw, Jr. Expert Service On All Makes Sewing Machines

Iva Mae Lewis Leona Mildred J.Green Wiggins I I' And Vacuum Cleaners \-. !.- ,, Owned and Operated By Eloise Goodman
L.R. Green I ti
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xtensionllomeEconomic s r tN1L C.B. Radio & Equipment \

Agent { d IL, 321 N. Temple Avenue (U.S. 301)) Ph. 964.8346.8361 .

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right As a to consumer complain.And .you have the I llll! SPECIAL SALE THAT CANT BE BEAT !

you have the right to expect t
that some adjustments be

made about purchases that

have not lived up to expect- tmi
ations. t RADIOS I
You also have the responsi-
bility to be sure your com-
plaints are justified and are
SS747 Base/Mobile SIDE BANDER WAS 400.00 NOW $275.00
not the result of you negligence
or abuse. K-123 W/antenna, PA Speaker whole kit $149.00 $122.95

For effective results return T-123B Base/Mobile MIKE ONLY $189.00 $149.95
defective merchandise to the
store where you bought It and TR 1230 VY/complete kit $159.00 $133.95

to the departrnentwhereitwas XL1 All 23 Mobile Only $119.95 89.95
purchased. Reread the Instructions -
on care and use. {a+, ; : :it/A3S '7p1: !a r .. 'alt A l
Carry copies of all Information -

books slips such or price sheets as warranties tags and Instruction copies sales of Arbor Day Observance [.PRICES, THAT CANT BE BEAT ANYWHERE !II! !

letters written. Do not leave Sforko Elementary students studying ecology Junior Woman' Club members -

these with the sales clerk. and Deputy Supt. Bill Kllpatrlck participated Friday In the planting ofa
tt you leave the Item for repairs crimson maple tree on SE ground JOHNSON C.B. SPECIAL
or If a refund will be
mailed to you, be sure to geta The Arbor Day observance was headed by Mrs. Judy Coodownt of the Jun.

receipt for the Item.who lot Women. Principal Phil Vellenga said a landscaping program I I. plannedfor 124 Base mike included
Write or call people can no WAS $349.00 NOW $180.00
the area In which the tree was planted facing SR16.
If know the
help of the you.sales you person who name sold 123 MOBILE All 23 w/s. & RF Meters $149.00 $139.00

you the merchandise contact 323 MOBILE All 23 w/S. & RF Meters $249.95 $214.95
her first. Some businesseshave Florida Businesses
customer relations department -
to handle comp-

plaints.castic or Don'tgetsmart.abusive calls or Sar-let Florida cFpro Citrus LAKELAND Wc-ck a FLA.state To Promote Citrus"Organizations !IHLook! At These Special Prices And Say You

ters are easily Ignored by the wide salute to the: billion dollar
complaint manager. Be citrus industry -- will be held can participate 'recognized at a I series of
friendly but firm. the: week of February 1925. in many ways .. by luncheons in each of seven of
tt you write a company or Economists say that every dressing: up showrooms and the state's major resort Can Beat Themlill! !
return an Item by mall try to "citrus dollar" in the state lobbies with citrus displays ureas."
find the proper name of the annually changes hands seven by serving complimentaryorange Miss (O J.. Annette Johnson
company the right department times, an according to Hal of Tampa will be on hand at
address and zip code. Gardner: director of the CitrusWeek : juice, or by offering the luncheons to present PEARCE SIMPSON RADIO SALE
This Information is available fresh Iruit as sales
> to
program for the Sunshine Tree plaques
at local I libraryIn Gardner said.
your premiums.:
Department "f Citrus "most winning organizations.
"Poor's Register of Corporation \nd he noted that the PUMA 23 \W/s & rf
meter gain
Directors and Executives" businessmen, even those not in \WAS $114.95 NOW $99.95
of Citrus
directly connected: with the 3 Watts
"Moody's indust- Keys - -
or citrus industry.. have> a dollar Lakeland will supply kits of I IN TOWNAT
rial State Manual.the facts clearly in and cents reason: to lend a colorful display and Tiger 23 Many Extras A Real fine radio $169.95 $129.95

your letter g i v Ing when and helping hand in promoting promotional interested materials in to LAST! LOOK LOOK LOOK !flIIllIIllIIlIIIIlIIlIIUI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
: par-
where Its model you bought number the product brand citrus Gardner prosperity: said that "hun- anyone ticipating. AMERICA'SFAVORITE Bearcat 23 BASE/MOBILE W/Clock, Alarm Three Meters, ANL Switch, Delta T

name price and what Is wrong rlreds of businesses and other: Companies which feature PASTA Tunning Price can't be Beat. $229.95 $159.95
with It. Let the facts speak for organizations have indicated Citrus Week displays are

themselves. If you are returning they will participate in Citrus being asked to l'xhibitstotheJ'partment submit Pearce-Simpson Radios On Sale For One Week Only
the product, send It Week We have public service photographs of their '
Insured In the original carton organizations and retailers in of Citrus by. ,
if possible. If you do not hear many fields, including auto March 10. A committee of !!
from the company send a sec- dealers, service stations, as judges: will select the winners HurryHurryHurry
ond letter Most companiestry well as hotels, motels and in several categories. Gardner
to acknowledge complaint restaurants" said that winners will be 'If _
letters within two or three weeks _.
If there Is no acknowledgement l- Neither Could The Badcock Man"If
refer the matter to "George Couldn't Lie
your local Better Business

Making does an require intelligent courtesy complaint -, Your In The Market For Furniture Or Appliances Check With Us FirstChances

courage and sometimes pat-

ience accurate it also records requires of keeping pur-- Are You'll Like Our Styles And .Prices. If You Haven't Been By We Invite You To

chase dates prices use and

numbers.care instructions This is one and way model to Take This Opportunity To Come By And See Our Washington Birthday Specials.

be a good consumer and to

better contribute products toward and the better goal of BCld Wt mld :win I f clearance P0& B aZ fe 4. midwinter clearance

1 services as well as a way of
getting the best value for your

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plaints keep them on their F =3 3-Cycle AUTOMATIC WASHER P'F' .h *' T *' L i a
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also lead to Increased NO ... :... t 'l'z i/'l rl
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developing consumer con- -- ____J\ ti. inn ..dwdW.nr..c,novel neo 3-ar 22995 Y'qY J, ) ''x ..541'l.r 'A' i, ,>f 3
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TYPEWRITERS: Manuel or Wh.... Capp.r Avocado, Harvott OoM : Aluminum, lln.rThin II F Electric. For sale or rentBradford ldF. fL9(.J! _, 30" ELECTRIC RANGE wall Initiation !Goof I '' and 'r byli'roeisn.l'rwnh. b..I.".with $ 95
County Telegraph. u.Nl. row :.-n:. =m.:: dO lab center)** ttxtion Mopo turned. ,Iaei.*'in 99
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y .. with,. fawr. automaix '
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Vfhtte. Copper, Avocado
them call the CRISIS
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tor!( help with a variety of t [LAPPROVED] [ ] d I .,
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problem. 1 07.0' -. -- ... ..... bu.Tt.. ,in
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With Aute Oven Clack AY pl.../.tap 4lwr.d
DIAL$00' (".anilCtexfe 30"GAS. RANGE alDlr
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automatically Oven doa* IVIN 111* 701! celam law f$15995 -
f f.a winrinw atwf*.**n 73w! .. ..... ALL 6 PIECES .
and mreoof light WitH TIIA Of 7350 ..CLm.vebl e M Club chair h. r.-"blo
Free Of Charge daor Who. IVIN IISS WITH THAOI -W .;: ..
.95 ed tiar C*kt.il T titleChelr Wlrur.rA.wwin/ a/
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8 TELEGRAPH F.b. 22, 1973 -----
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A Lieut.-Gov. ?
Who Needs >>

Here's wishing Senator Dan Scar- covered by the press, Adams saia T rt(? yy I i ryS.
in his second attemptto the state employees would be s
borough success
push through a constitutional "docked" for any large amount time I I
amendment abolishing the office of spent on such activities as working

Lieutenant Governor, an office that on his farm and running other per- I
needs about as much as a sonal errands. He gave the rather
S.P S. }
(Adams) r
that he h iw
astonishing excuse
third house of the State Legislature.In r M >>
could spend more time on his state
duties If state employees relieve
this Sen. Scarboroughwill
apparently have the backing of him of the necessity of looking after I
Senate President Mallory Home who his personal affairs. We had no idea %

has stated for the record on previous that the duties of Lieutenant Gover-
occasions that creation of a Lieu- nor were so "arduous"-- so, N
tenant Governor in the revised 1969 it would be enlightening to know :

Constitution was one of the worst just what they are.

mistakes the Legislature ever made. Even should the duties entail { .l i' drew J Jor

Taxpayers also wonder why the more than we suspect, the fact remains t
that the Lieutenant
State needs a $34,000 a year Lieutenant -
Governor sitting around waitingfor elected to what is supposed to

the Governor to "check out" be a full time state job and Is being .>>""'Why ? ? ? _> "'
when Florida already has six elective paid accordingly. Certainly it is not X44
Cabinet officers. any one of whom up to the State to further -
other state v
would be more than happy, and justas position by providing
capable, to succeed the Governoron employees to relieve him
personal responsibilities so he can
occasionsonly once
those rare Gov- devote more time to his official all the riddles besetting forced with iron rods were tablished several years ago to nearby trees.But the break-
or twice in historywhen the modern man,perhaps the most smashed to bits and left Uttering by Rayonler, Inc. and the com- ing up of the picnic tables
ernorship is vacated due to death or duties. perplexing Is the question of the ground at Rayon- pany has expended some$1,500to and benches is the first time
incapacity.Sen. why supposedly civilized human ier's Sampson Lake picnic put In facilities for use anyone has gone to so much
This is just the latest In a long beings will resort to the area. Whoever did the work by the public, leaving the gate trouble to destroy facilitiesthat
Scarborough introduced the list of indiscretions on the part of wanton destruction of publicor must have wielded a sledge open to Its property so that could be enjoyed by all.
in 1972 and Lt. Gov. Adams. One of the earlier private property for no hammer and expended enough fishermen and campers may
proposed amendment running up debts totaling other reason than a perverted energy to have accomplished have access to the area. Over The dictionary defines vandalism -
steered it through Judiciary Com- incidents was satisfaction apparently derived something good for the community the years they have placed as "malicious or Ignorant -
mittee, but could get it no farther, around $100,000 in past cam- from the act of vandal- rather than destroy- and replaced at least ten steel destruction of property. -
perhaps due largely to the political paigns, and then trying to get his Ism. ing a part of what little recreational drums to be used as dumping ." That Is the understate- .
influence of Lt. Gov. Tom Adams. friends and employees of the officeof facilities we have places for trash and beer cans, ment of the year \Ve coull
his former occurred but these have been hauled write a much better defini-
discredited Secretary of State ( Such an Instance In this area.
Adams has again -
But now that couldn't be printed -
within the two weeks off as fast as they have been tion, but It
himself and the office by position) to bail him out. past The Sampson Lake picnic
when solid concrete picnic placed, even though the com- In a family newspaper.
his extracurricular activities, the tables and benches, rein- area and boat ramp was es- pany resorted to chaining them
proposal to do away with the office After an editorial cartoon appeared
in the Orlando Sentinel pic-
might meet a warmer response in
halls. turing Adams on a street corner ............. ................................................................................................u.,.,.,.,.,.:.:.:.;,:.:.:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:,.:,.:,.:.,:,.:,.:,.:,.:,.::.::.:,.::.::.;,.::.:,:::::::,:::,::
legislative ::::::::::::::'Xtt-x-::;:;: ?::*:;::;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:':':':':::,:: ;:;:;: ;:;:;:i/.n.: :: : : : : : : ::;: :: ;; :
with a tin cup trying to raise con- ::;::;;:;:;:;:::::::;:;:;:;:::::::::::::;:;:::::::;:::::::::;:;:::;:::;:;:;:::::::;::::;;;::::::::

Calls are even being made for tributions to pay his creditors, the
the impeachment of Adams as federal then Secretary of State-- with a ,
joined last week in ar misplaced sense of humor--appeared
prosecutors for it
investigation of reports that he usec at a State Cabinet meeting with a tin People with a future save at

state employees to help run a 1,000- cup dangling from his neck.If LettersWIIO'S

acre farming operation near the state
capital. Adams has made a somewhat Sen. Scarborough and other GUARANTY FEDERAL
lame "explanation" in answer to the legislative leaders are successfulin IN: TH! DARK?
charges, but nothing that will satisfyhis getting through their Lieutenant
critics until a full scale investi- Governor-abolishing amendment, Dear Sir:
gation is made. Adams might find that his tin cup I am writing this letter In response )
to of letters In VfrV
a group Mr'.r
has grown into an albatross around ,
your February 15 edition by i
After this malpractice was un- his neck. Edith E. Swinny.I .

am sure this fine lady Is Krr,2'
bitter at the entire world,from
"UnspeafcatTexas te Tragedy"Nebraska. what she has expressed as beIng -
wrong with our Democratic ",,;0.-1 ..
and Educational system. ; jr .. ..
state officials are asking ." On education she makes : : 'We. '"

the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsiderits FLAT statements about all

January 22 decision striking down Opposition is also growing In teachers. Flat and meaningful statements programs are- kite

the Texas law regulating abortion, Congress where Rep. Lawrence Hogan very unfair and reflect Just y fit
and the Utah House of Representatives (R-Md.) has introduced a Con- how much the party knows a- S #11D _4 M'
has also urged that the court stitutional amendment banning most bout educational system-- I' /
ruling be overturned.The abortions although he thinks it will especially here In Bradford w" r
require an uphill fight to get it little County system.If where. we have a fine rS.r!

action by these two lawmaking passed. "Let us prove that America she would like to see about
bodies is a sample of the is not morally bankrupt, even 15 meaningful programs and .
revulsion with which many Ameri- if the Supreme Court is," Rep.! Hogan the teachers that can do the job 9 U
cans view the decision that appar- said. I challenge her to look me up 1.-4 JS
at the Bradford-Union Area
ently substituted the court's "social Vocational-Technical Center .;'1 1nioJ'
beliefs" for the collective wisdom, lie echoed the views of Justice and I will be glad to conduct her ![ ; .. :
hundreds of years of tradition and White who, in his minority opinion, on a tour and let her judge for -'
the moral tenets of written and unwritten said: "As an exercise of raw judi- herself.If .. ,...
law. cial power, the Court perhaps has she has the answers to the ( \
authority to do what it does today; welfare programs, social security d
the Protestant

The shocking impact of the rul- but in my view its judgment is an Work Ethnic, and the Income .vt .
ing is shown by the obvious reluctanceof improvident and extravagant exer- tax problem; ,which Is the I It
State governments and the American cise of the power of judicial review XVI Amendment to the U.S. t ,,.::V-" I
medical profession in implementing ..... I cannot accept the Court's Constitution, adopted In 1913 Irl'
the court's ill-advised edict thata exercise of Its clear power of choice (not passed for World War D",
pregnant woman and her doctor by interposing a constitutional bar- as :Mrs. Swinny states) she \ Kurd( fiitnrr dur'-n'1 .|ii-l |"I.IIK-M.|'|' Il la.hrx. |pluuung ..milprrp.ir.ition .
should run for Congresswoman. and xoiiirlimrx.. .1 I 1..1 l of plain. gild. hhnd..aral.
human [
have the right to terminate pregnancy rier to State efforts to protect .
during the first three months with life and by investing mothers On the subject of Aid for Dependent and. tr'ar.. 'I'In'rr'. onr lliiii, ): In| rnilr|, H itli ,i fiiliin- !li.nr" ill i milinon

nothing more than the woman's whimon and doctors with the constitutionally Children, where we do llir\ ..1\,' fur il !

which to base their decision. protected right to exterminate it." have a problem, I do not believe 4 '

"The that children should be II.IM-. .,I
Another critic has said: Mop for il inoini-iit ..and.r.k vour i IF. "Do I i !finalfiilnrf'
made to suffer for the actionsof
Anti-abortion forces, caught off Supreme Court's decision Is an unspeakable their parents.So ?" If tin-. nn-v..-r i i. }r.. slit. wli.il. .ollirr .with.1. Future .irr
guard by a ruling far more drastic tragedy for this nation.... if :Mrs. Swinny has the doing. '.i\r for. il ill (f;u.ir.inl. : % I-i-ilrr.il. S.iin. !! ;and Loans. .u. i
than they had expected are belatedly the development of life before and answers to all of these pro- ..i..1 i..lI.. ;1
marshaling support for a consti- after birth is a continuous process... blems and would like to find
tutional amendment to grant the fetus and the child In the womb has the out who really IS Is the DARK

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glad to lift my eyes and look 5% ANP"M: DAILY COMPOUNDED :
Is In fact- living being. no court and no legislature in the upon her.

The court, which is so con- land something can make good.something Abortion evil at any become state Joseph N,1VarrenBradfordUnion ON PASSBOOK SAVINGS AT ANY GUARANTY FEDERAL OFFICECERTIFICATE j

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Lawtey Boy Sells Own foul Music"I'm Starke SeeksPlanning GARDEN

A Shadow,"soul music hit." Funds
written by Milton Floyd, 23, "I'm A Shadow" jumped on tive got his start in the enter-
orginally from Lawtey, was the ch arts In New York at number tainment business In New York \' T Lf.3
number 11 on New York City 19 and In a single month rose when an agent heard him play- '
radio stations two weeks ago. to number 11. It should be in Ing the piano and singing in his ,, d Starke City Council voted neferred to the Safety C....T3; ...
The song, written and sung the Top 10 In New York by now mother's house In New York. Tuesday, Feb 6, to join with Committee a request by the '::': ,,
by Floyd was to begin playing Floyd says. Floyd went there after grad- Bradford County In seeking Southside Elementary School cr.occoir!!! iEES1VE
I' on WPXE Radio In Starke The 23-year-old Lawtey na- uation from RJE High School In matching funds for a base PTA that Stansbury St. (bordering .. ':
and WOBS
on In .
Jacksonville. study, preliminary to applying the school grounds on .
Floyd raised by an aunt Mrs. for a later grant to financea the south) be made a one- LETTHT. ',
I Annie B. Anderson of Lawtey, Carolina Apples Make DessertA comprehensive land use plan way street! going west, dur- "
has been here promoting the for the entire county,Including ing school hours. f r"1\I II -I.1Cpit3fEr '
record just out few weeks ago Special Occasion municipalities. --Agreed to removal P .,. ', <
of .
; ro'
I with Camille Records andwh- ak Council's action takenat ,........ .
4 was gun In front of the .
ich began climbing Immed- the request of Pat Farns- r-r: [,,,, ;., t.
._ .
the Apple Honeys old armory "If the American -L.
lately up charts. / worth, member of the
new City
"I'm A Shadow" Is the second Cream Red and cheese Golden Delicious apples planning and Zoning Board, Legion still wants It." { ,' ,'s
I record cut by Floyd The Honey who said there was no way --Decided to take legal action ...y..
first, "I'm Hungry For Love," For each for his group to proceed with against Brown Construction \ .. ..
serving place ...
an apple a cube of cream cheese ..
Co. of Gainesville to col-
sold 75,00 copies and Floyd and oft ...
a small glass honey development of
on a dessert plate. To eat cut dLowt.y a plan for the
says, put him "in the lime apple into wedges and spread with cheese or dip into honey- W' city without this study.He also lect a $482.90 past due utility r:.1'.," t,
light a little bit but was no big or both. said the study and account for services supplied "1: re".
during the construction r' I,
plan would be i l
necessary %( .
,'_\ \\\V \\ .;,.:'1 \;:", .;t'\\\\' .. ,,. before the City could benefit of Temple the Ave.Heard new. school unit qn I I !
\\, : \- \ from any future Federal '
grants In other departments. -- Clerk Merrill Ed- 'y { : .
t L I I 1it wards report that Charles .if- )
boy, Milton Floyd, makes own soul music. (Chuck) Taylor, superintendent t/ ....
Farnsworth said the base
of the natural department ... /
Starke, In 1968. study would cost about$7,000, v.. ..-*
The is resigning etiec- .
singercomposerwas -
young with two-thirds paid by matchIng -
voted Most tive Friday and referred the
Talented of his funds from Florida's new
Now he travels with a 12 RJE graduating class. He anda Department of Community Affairs matter to the Utilities Com- Many Varities

piece band, The Hydro-Elec friend, Paul Bright, known He said the city's shareof mittee. Peas Beans
tric Express, and has played then as The Techniques, won the expense would be reduced --Received a request from
Boston, Chicago, and New second place in the talent showat to around $500 since the Middle School to repaira Corn OkraAnd
York City at nightly fees up the Bradford County Fair in the city and county would get washout In street on school
to $2,500. Floyd hopes short- 1968. Floyd credits two local credit for "In kind" contri- property and referred the Others
ly to become a client of Uni- women, Mrs Willie Mae Ran-
butions of time and labor devoted matter to the Street Com-
versal Attractions, a top dolph and Mrs.Z. Jennings, to the study by stu- mittee.
pacts to begin doing commer- with helping him on his way Hpnta from the University of --Reviewed the new city audit -
cials for Coca-Cola with musical training. Florida. Farnsworth said he covering fiscal 1971-72,
had made contact with the Department and heard Clerk Edwards
of Urban Studies at warn "You've been spending
InmatesSix Sentencedcharged the University and felt sure your money too fast.;' Edwards DRAGON
Clearance Sale of their assistance with the said the city's "cashon
project. hand" had dropped $59-
Florida Prison inmates with possession: of a In other action the Council: 000 In February 5% Sevin
Prices were sentenced to additional weapon by a state prisoner,
onGeneral terms in Circuit Court action were sentenced 18 months in
Monday: Feb! 12, on chargesof prison, after changing their
=== escape attempted escape pleas to guilty. Beware Sick Wild Animals

11__ II I Electric and possession of weapons by Ronald Leece charged with
i State prisoners with Judge escape, pled not guilty earlier State Health Dept. Warns Sevin
I George L. Patten presiding.Also changed his plea to guilty antiwas 5%
IIII uiI 1972 Deluxe I In court was Elsie Wo- sentenced six months In Recommendation that all pet ons. Dr. Mchols said, has its Sot Vegetable Dust
dey on a charge of grand lar- Jail.The owners have their pets Immu- highest incidence in raccoonsIn Excellent flea and
ceny for stealing food stamps cases of Robert Wayneand ized against rabies immediately February and March, the
from the Department of Health Louis Leroy Crago, each and that people stay amy peak of the raccoons'breeding Tick Control On
1111111111 Central AirConditioning and Rehabilitation Services Division charged with possession of a from all wild animals season In most of Florida. Animals,
of Family Services. He weapon by a state prisoner comes from officials of the Wildlife such as the raccoon,
was placed on two years probation were continued until next trialdate Florida Department of Health bat, fox and skunk, found in all 4Ib.
S IIJ J : April 9. and Rehabilitative Services urban areas, have assumed significance Re 1.49 ,99
; (I HRS). as a source of rabies *
Craig Vernon Reed was
The number of rabies since recreational activi-
then charged pled with not guilty attempted to the escape chargeon 1h : Old 1i/m&t reported in in Florida 1972 rose significantly ment ties and have rapid placed urban people develop In the 5% MALATIIIONDust
TAI30R1A Shown Circuit Court docket day according to
Buy now and save1' While supplies last changed his plea to guilty at ,( James B. Nichols, D. V. M. Their midst of wildlife populations.
you in
\\\ administrator of the Veterinary presence these areas
\ OO
can profit from special clearance sale his trial and was sentencedto .Illv I .....
prices .
9F is
.. ) Public Health Section of not always apparent because *
on many 1972 model GE central air conditioners. an additional year ; the Division of Health. of their secretive habits. Reg. 1.39GRASS
You'll get famous GE quality features Charles Dillon and Thomas P I he "should
Including "Last year the state has an "People, said
the exclusive GE Chmatuff compressor a $485 Leroy Lumley, both sentencedto charged increase of eight percent in keep In mind that wild animals SEED
manually operated two-speed fan to control with escape were reported cases of rabies in generally lose their fear of humans -
outdoor sound levels and the exclusive GE Spine one year. Both also pled "One of the best educational dogs and cats over the 1971 fig- when they are coming For Permanent
Fin heat transfer surfaces. not guilty earlier, then changed toys is still a pencil." ure," according to !Nichols down with rabies. Consequently -
Call today to arrange your summer comfort at the plea to guilty. "Of the 87 confirm: cases they act tame or appear Lawns And
clearance sale prices Model'TAI30R1A Willie Frank Barnes and of rabies reported" he added, to be but are actually very PastureArgentine
Eligible models are listed, below INSTALLATION PlUS Tommy) Lee Waiters "86 percent were from wildlife dangerous Very often rac-
species. The raccoon and coons act like pets but when
several species of bats have they are approached they attack
CAPACITY IN-SEASON .PRE.SEASON accounted for the majority of viciously.
MODEL BrUH PRICE PRICE 5 AV E SEE US FOR4edk wildlife cases formanyyears. "They should especiallystay Bahia Jfc-1.3

This past year was no exception away from bats and rac-
49 racoons and 20 bats coons, A sick bat lying on the so ib. 59.99
TA824R 24,000 $460 $385 $75.00 ii. were found to be the source of ground might well have rabies.
FOR A CHANGEALL the reported cases. And 96 Children frequently are bittenas

I KINDS INCLUDING percent of the human expo- they curiously play with the 100Ib.114.99PENSCOLA i
TA830R 30,000 $579 $485 $94.00 0 Red Snapper Catfish. sure to rabid wildlife resulted bats that cannot flj, some-
Scallops from contact with bats or rac times mistaking the bats for
Grouper Oysters Frog legs coons. birds. Rabies in bats is most
"Most victims were bittenon prevalent in July and August
TA836R 36,000 $662 Flounder
$555 $107.00 Lobsters .
Live crab the hand, finger, arm or foot the peak of their breeding season BAHIA 69

Swamp Cabbage. as they attempted to pick up, ."
TA842R 42,000 $781 ...." .. pet or otherwise handle a tame Dr. :Nichols also said that
$670 $111.00 raccoon, break up a fight be- people should not take wild animals 31.99
tween a raccoon and a dog, or for pets, particular'
TA848R rescue a bat that couldn't fly." racoons. For they could be incubating -
48.000 $850 100 ib. 56.99
$710 $140.00 Twenty dogs were bitten by rabies when taken.
raccoons as they attempted to
protect their households or
Ihm itler I is Rood! as long as stocks of 1972 models owners, during the year. SPRING CONTEST
dr" .wailable PRK E I IS FOP EQUIPMENT ONLY Rabies, though common
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The Only Local Franchised G.E. Dealer >*t Firms Buck & MANY PRIZESJust

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AIR CONDITIONING SHRIMP OF ALL SIZES tor" in the outlook for the Come In j
economy as a whole by a

226 S. Walnut St. Ph. 964-7731 Stark., fla. majority of U.S industrial And Prize
companies responding' to a
I nationwide survey conductedfor Register
,i the National Associationof

I *1 :Manufacturers.

Sixty-four per cent of the
companies responding to the
Not: b\ a lona shot In t.ictoiir ratesould;; he poll considered the controlsto Yon

, mud h idier!: smce tech.: compamoulJ need be a positive factor and 13 .

its. t AMI po\\ei plants. transmission Imes. suit stations. negative per cent thought factor. they were a DoD

and personnel Allat! a higher cost to \'oubecause The survey was conducted ..

'.. each utility would halt tecr customersto during the last two weeks of Dave To

}//. -t shaie tlie cost of the ,,e\peiiM\e facilities ie- April and represented a cross-
section of firms of varying i DePresen
V .. <-PJf'/ quirrtltohrimv'uu.trl'ict.] : sizes and geographical loca- :
.. .. $l". \\lio Joes control lour utility rates'? InV tions.

$ I Florida its the Public Sen'ice Commission. a The survey of XAJI: member -

V puhlicly elected boJwhose rules! and lesjulations companies which was
/ I made in collaboration with
nuke' .isteful duplication unnecess.irFrLc'ruoimitfc \
,1' Opinion Research
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: electricitycost
j / ; / \U'e\ !Wic-ieym toeiteurnest/ / improvement in sales and --.a:

V / less if there were :'fr.Ii//u/onuiK/( / dltl'lTS\ And/ tie tounsuer profits 1972 during the remainderof 3rd.
despite widespreadconcern DRAWING .
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over high taxes and
two companies IAllofhors/ a ill H''dt'C'l.'r/' o1'11 rl//ics.1/ / Addrc labor demand The poll indicated Prize ,

t competing instead your tojourcitiFPL/ / Mhinttger. 79 per cent of the respondents aARaf M1 nQal

;,' K'ncwmj; chat/ concerns you /hills// UN JonryoMum't <> expect improved
..., of a monopoly 1 ? / :: sales and 61 per cent antici- MAR. 23
pate improved profits.

. Labor demands were seen
i You ask. as a deterrent to business -I IDA

.! V prospects by 51 per cent of 519 E, Call,

,t FPL answers. the respondents and 40 percent 51
indicated high taxes Starke Fla

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10 Feb 4II IiIIai''
Pag TELEGRAPH 22, 1973 .

KH Drops 4th Straight; ,I ... .. ,, Cagers Win 2

Tourney Starts Tonight: Ai To End

4 rI LJ Season

Re;;,stone Hits! Indian: dropped lo.ornetoW''i: Tigers stymied the with: a 20-footer to move the
their fourth straight case Indians to the tune of 4131. Indians within six: points but -

game' Monday: night losing 4'3- Keystone led attreend of the !again the Rams came right Dcnnle Sewell'f two five 0 margin, :a lead which. they a basket:: t\wJe, Sewell
4A Ds B first and second:> quarters, "-2 back, this time with two Geld throws with
>t ugustine intfefli : fife -Nle seconds would never relinquish.l: 1u'e spark pit in tf'e
j minute of pie *.;.. and I 5-13" but a second half goals and a first quarter lead remaining In the game Saturday Henry finished! the night scoring; spree pouring In
.-- scoring spurt b>; the Tigers'Mike that Keystone: was never a- ih
loss lowered Keystone'sse night! enabled Bradfordto niw Fra Jford
; as game's: leading scorer : points a* opened -
Lord:! propelled Trenton ble to recover from.
isor record:> to 3-13 witftfe. end Its regular seasonof with 1 15 points on seven up .1 44-29 m.U"loin1t
:/.5;riot '9" tournament beglfiIng to victorBobbj; Hurter: led A lack of offensive rebounds basketball! : play with: a goals from the field and two minutes' remaining in

torJg-t! f"n-ursda: Feb. Ke: :> stone wid- points-near- appeared to be the fatal blow -t 42-41 win. 0\erislt11l four.: five throws. Donniesewell the quarter.;
two-thirds of his team's total the Indians. n.ewere able -
22 at the Indian's ;.m. Kej-: : to : Ocala Vanguard and a 13- .idded :another 11 jvinw The. Tornadoes! continuV.: \
I points: to grab!:> only :27! comparedto !
one squares off against HasTvgs : 11 season record.:! and Curtis White 10 a* Bradford their scoring spree In tie
in a.- &:30 affair whiles.and the Ram's45.. \s a resultof After losing ..1of: their: finished with: three: men final period' tuildi'v i: up:.
I '
KH 6) 10 6 9 31 the rebounds the Rams
.4 PiersonTajlorflgt-tit; list eight outings, the: Tornadoes scoring double' :: figures. as mu.I. a twenty pot'1! ;
T 2 11 13 15 41 able to 21 more .
were attempt
'J.' Lde 1 opener at 7 p.m. sot back onto the: Mike Derry provided tf'e lead Late; in tie g.vve:
KH (31) Hurner IIJ021)wingate )
shots than the Indians
:jnneu's aulidogs are fa- : winning! track Friday nLjt! scoring. sparK for the Bulldog Live 'a.wu: able\ to turn
red to repeat as district 2-0-4, Gra-; son 0Oj with a convincing 62-52::: :! thumping : with 17 points on eight a number, of Bradford nUqies -
Ketch 1-0-2, Turknett 2- KH 11 12 :21!I 15 59I
',' vnpions. The tough Bulldogs of the: tough Live Oak and : Into basket and\
goals one charity shot. ;a
0-4, Henderson 011. Totals :21!I 19 :22! 2' S9
; !"axe lost only three Bulldogs.' The: bacKtobacKwins into
: \ In the Out quarter} Brad ques baskets and: narrow
15-1-31 KK ((59)) Hurner S-3.1.,11 in-
games; this season and appear will\ now hopefully jive ford's zone Defense' prevented Bradford's lead to 11
u t* heading for ire state T 4J, Coarse5212: Lord gate ;7-3-17, Grajson; 2-1-5, Bradfordadded momentum the 'dogs from 1'\1:1150.
7-&-22, Deen 2-0-4, Rodgers Ketch: n.o-0, TurJ.nett41; -9 I
mament unless someone as tJetJ.1..e on PalatKa: South
ball inside while the "It was ar: especlollj; gv.1win.
1-1-3, Story 0-0-0, Totals 15- Unite IO.Z"augan: :
e: ambush tfem in district 02. Friday night In the District. Tornadoes continued to connect ." !said T"1'11.1de'1:
11-41. Henderson 1-1-3, Ellis ,
tournament play; 5, Class 3-A tournament on the long .hm' "'rf. MiKe sexton, .t1e l'l.tyctiiconsistent ;
Friday night the Indians returned :!. Totals 25-9-59.
-.e: stone has plajedBunnellwve ; ; Strick L-:!: \being: held In Green Cove The period ended with Bradford l l'.1l1:1.1 it what
I 'S9 9-1-19
this but has lost to the hometown gvm ; T-4te this
: season weekend.
holding | four
__ commanding goof te'I.'e! : us put
but It wasn't good enough to land :2-1-5! Brown ,
bott times b wide FridJ.n "
:> margins Florida I l-5 lead. grog quarter together again,
beat a rough Interlachen team Lumbo 3-1-7,, Debose 3-1-,
njnnell received a flrstround Indian Star: Conference battle was In the second both The final !statistics i-eve.U-t :
- paced to; Darnell Brown's 23 CraLn 6-1-13, Markham[ 259 :! eager Bobby Hurner, Keystone' quarter
> e 'il1dIoi11 notplaj; until Frid never really a contest as teams played virtually: even ed the: Toniadoes 'hot baud
points. Clayton; :2-2-6! Totals 3"- coding( scorer, over Int.rloch.n'sDors.y
iightwhentheyfacetheStt! : the Tornadoes led through ball until late in the period ;a< they; averaged 50 percent
00- :-a.lorictor.: 15-S9. White for two of his 19 points. the dame! Malachi[ Henry' when! Bradford !hit a .cold from tie field, convening -

".nners of the Keystone The loss was Kej: "stone's sunk wo long Jumpers early streak, scoring' only; one basket 'n.\ fimasdc :2" of
-tstiags game will face Stugusdne second of the season to the l in the: first quarter to the last three: minutes 54 arentpts.PII19Itt1914t; .
\ Di.h) in the second neighboring!: Rams. In the! third IN GREEN COVE Five. Bradford: an early 4- of the half Live Oak, however -

,rime:< rridaj: night, Victors game of the season Interlachen scored, eight! to .cut 1 t'2I :::
">1 : rida;, 's games will then caught fire in the last two the Tornadoes lead to six.rtt3rt3 I Ll' S I 15 10 I Is1 !$::
';it for the championship Sat- quarters toin b:> a :23-! BHS Fri ::: ::: .

jrda.light.; point margin, 52-29.:! Friday' Cagers Play day Bradford exploded in tie Sl'VKKl' U'2lllianis'::: :

fonda; night it appeared night's game: saw the Rams third quarter} : to pun the game 3-\1-\', Barber; 300llte:

hit the Indians were just not jump out to a 10-point first out of reach, as the Tornadoes 4-2-10::: bench: 7-4-l: iVld-

destined. to win. Falling behind quarter lead and continue on In District TournamtGreen scored. eight: points in en 4-0-S::, Uodgv 113. sew-
b eight points 1S-10, at the end for a game ending 30pointmargin nt the opening' minutes while!

of the first quarter, tre in- 89-59. holding the 'dogs to only (See Page 11))
di-ins battled: back quarter bj:' Bobby Hurner and Don w in-

quarter until the game was tied gate were the scoring lead- Bradford High!: capers end- Cove game: on Saturday according. to Sexton snot for 2S percent and hadto
42-42 midway in the final stan ers for Keystone with 19 and ed regular season play; overthe night starting :at p.m. "'"iir scoring seems to be struggle for the victory ,"
17 prints The seniorsophomore weekend with a 6252in "Eight of 11 losses were see-sawing: back: and fourth concludes Sexton.

za.:1 combo has led the Indians Friday; night over Live Oak b:>' seven points or less and between Maltchi: Henry; Bon ,
exchange of field goals a- in scoring nearly; ever? and a 4.241in over Ocala the other three were bad losses nie.ewell! Curds '-Vrite, and Ht-ebell

g'un tied the score 44-44. game this: season. The 5-11 anguard Saturday; night., in to Orange Par: by; 23 points, Vernon Barber," accordingto Program* ;

F 'acteam made another field "aggre!>slve" Hurner has a two home games. Bolles b;>' 15, and Ocala For- Sexton. Offered For Ho i. 4 rc
goal but Da B was able to add a 19-jY.IL.t season average. BHS ended up with a 13-11 est bj; 14 points: ," says; Head
free throw which was the difference The Pams tookanearlv: two- overall season record with BHS Basketball! Coach Like The Live Oakgamelastrrl-
of the game. point lead on a bucket b\: WOO an 8-6 Florida Star Confer- sexton. day night when the Tornadoes The Starke recreation Department -

Debose. Field goals bthe; ence record:! to finish third:! In "The difference In winning? rolled 62-52 over the Bldogs will offer baseball: inh
:iel-lnd 4S-47) with 27 seconds Indian's I Bobby: Grajson; the Conference. and losing the. close gamesIs was the best game of thejear programs for bet; s, :ages 13-14
to play Keystone the : for BITS according to and 15, 16, and 17,
; : got Ram's Darnell Brown and In- The District 5 Class 3A the turn overs at the wrong
bill. But an attempt to get offa dians' Bobby Hurner knottedthe Tournament beheld start- times and the inability: to con- Sexton.

final shot resulted in a D4.B score at 4-4. However, ing tonight (CThursdaFeb.; vert at the free throw line Registration is open now and
pi t. er stealing the ball and the next:: three minutes of play; :!") In Green Cove Springs wr.enIe needed it at the end \\e feel confident that if will be until March: I 17: The

dribbling down the court for saw the visitors make four The only: game Thursday nieht, of the games: ," commented we play the kind of ball that: Junior Boy; s Program is for
two points with five seconds consecutive field goals to lead is St. Augustine against Pa- Sexton.; :. we are capable of placing that boys: 1314. A boy; must not

;ii.fir the game, 12-4. A basket bv;' Wingateand latka Central. Dinner of that Abie Williams, although out we can win the district tournament attain age 15 before .August

-snior Bobbv Mumer led a field goal and foul shotb game will meet Green Cove for two weeks, still was tie but we'll have to play 1, 1973. The Senior Boys; Program h Y ,
i\e-: stone with 20( jY.Ilnts.lso good ball and I think is for boys 15-16-17. yy
Fridav con- ;
;> Hurner closed the gap to night at 8:30.: Bradford top point maker for BHS with
oring;' in double figures for slstancj; is the, key for 'boy must not attain IS
12-9 but the Hams ripped off plays; Friday; night at 7 an average of 14 points per ; a age
the Indians was Larry Tur- five more points to stretch p.m. against tough Palatka game. He was also secondin champion," comments Coach 'before:> Uigust 1, 19;3. Prac-

nett with 14 points. their lead again to eight points, South, \\Inner of that game rebounding with a total of Sexton" i tice sessions will begin after

Hie night before \ alenrines 17-9. Hurner swished the nets will meet the winner of the 166 and an average of 7.9 In 50 against: Live Oak: we shot March!: 17.Registration.
percent on the floor for
':''a: was not too hot for the In- :21!I games. the entire
game and had an forms be
"Hopefullv \\llliams will be many
dian ;
basketballers.They traveled impressive victory and Saturday picked up at the Recreation
back in good playing shape
u 1 renton seeking to regain TornadoesEnd ;
Baby night against Ocala we Department.
some momentum they had for the tournament, after being -

lost the weekend before l in losing out for two weeks, then
Bronson In the Suwannee taking him a while to get -

'iver Conference tournament, 9-11 SeasonBradford back Into the groove," saysSexton Junior Boys AllStarsLoselnDelandTournev

>Paving beaten Trenton 63-55 : "If he Is at the playing -

earl' ;, in the season, the Indians form that he was at the
were favored to rack up vic High junior varsity b> \ldridge to end the game first of the: :year it will certainly -
; basketballers ended their with Live Oak still In front "
; give us a boost.
toro. 9. However, dell'e >- .
season with a 9-11 record 5544. Big difference In the Curds White was secondin eI ....,
I ate slow-down olav bv
the after one loss and one win ball game was foul shots. scoring with an averageof The Starke Junior BoyslllStar ; 16-14 in the 3rd period :and

over the weekend, losing 54- Bradford hit two of eight for seven points per game and basketball! team traveled :22-21! in the 4th, but the Steve Strickland clears nine feet here and

44 to Live Oak Friday night 25 percent while LO took 13 was the leading rebounder with to Deland, \\ednesdaj, first half difference was too later cleared
fet for
11'6" first
place in the
then beating Ocala Vanguard of their 20 for 65 percent a total of 177,, an average of February 14, to participatein great to overcome as they
BUS GolfersWinTivoFor 39-33 l Saturdajnight.; Both teams made the same 7.7 for :23! games. Sheldon the District HI, Florida went down 7059.illis pole vault event last Friday against P.K.

amount of field goals. Hodge was third in rebounding Intermediate Boss Basket Berry with 16 points led Younge in StClrke.BradfordBeats.
LIVE OAK GAME! with an average of 6.2 ball Tournament This pro Starke while Samuel Pittman

Live Oak was In control Score bj Quarters: for 24 games followed bj Don- gram consists of boys ages and Milton Baker scored

of the ball game except for BUS 4 9 10 21 44 nie Sewell with a total of 145 131415. 12 and 10 points respective-
the fourth quarter.In LO 10 16 19 10 55 and an average of 6.9 for 21 l All-Stars took on lie- I Ij.; The coaches of the PKY
the first period the Bulldogs BUS- .Udridge 10-0-20, games. land in their fist game and \ll-<;urs, Ross Chandler and

WeeVs PlayBradford hustle had the Torna- Bern 2-0-4, McMillan[ 1-1- "Those four give us good were promptly; blasted: 70- Donnie Burch, felt that Baker Thlnclads at Bradford high
place: In the J$>:->11I'd
59. The first period run followed -
does winded, and outscored 3 Chandler 2-1-5 Barnes 2- was the
rebounding balance, says was outstanding player ran past P. K., 1 oullge 07-54
BHS 10-4. Then in the sec- 0-4, Mark[ 1-0-2, Green 1-0- Sexton. the major downfall as Deland because of his fine defensive in an unofficial meet:! at the bj; teammate Carl Hunsinger. -
ond quarter the Tornadoes 2, Hudson 204. Totals 21- jumped out to a 25-6 lead. and offensive plnj. I'.irsons mined in a
High -hool golfers Uvaughn Golden led the BHS track Friday afternoonfor time
The of :2.14.H! minutes
second : and
period the
just couldn't keep control of 2 H. saw The loss Starke
Tornadoes in
assists with this
won two matches, onei 37. first competition
Himsinger 2:20.:::
i i ridaj against Live Oak and the ball and bj halftime Brad- LOCherry 11-0-22, Gray "Curds White, Donnie Sew improve their game into the loser's bracket where spring :
Macclennj in Live Oak and ford was down 2613.In :2-6-10! A. Cherry 1-0-2, H. ell, Sheldon lIodge, and \bie but were still outshot., 19- they took on Ormand Beach, One of the, most brilliant placer for HI Is was in the only
5 Deland die discus
the. other at home against the third period Brad- Rlley 1-4-6, Perry 1-0-2, O- Williams are the front runners as left the floor Thursday night, February 15. performances from Bradfordwas with -
I emandina Beach Tuesday, ford was more active, atleast wens24, Cherry 3-1-7, as far as rebounding is at halftime, leading 4421. The coaches, players, and from Steve Strickland in i for third a dist.uice of 75'0"feet

u> (put the golfers at 2-1 so lames Mdrldge who scored Jackson 102. T concerned. Vll four are doinga The second, half saw a fans felt that the team wouldbe the pole vault clearing ll-i and Tim Crews plate;
much placed first in
Improved Starke Teamas
far this season.In six of 10 {points in the third good Job on the boards," able to handle Ormond not quite making I 12:! feet for the long
Live Oak BUS came out quarter for BHS. The other (See Page 11)) they outscored Deland, Beach and get another shotat first place in Hint event. lfl'4,0 feet jump while event John leaping I Kill

with the lowest score of 167 four points were added bya Deland, but the Ormand :Mark; Hodges took first place placed fourth IS'I
strokes compared toac:\ basket each from Early boys had other ideas as for HITS in the mile run with a I '- feet.
''lennv's 186 and Live Oak's Chandler and Bill Green. Even they stopped Starke, 68-63. time of 4:51: while C'arilUm-; / Timmy l'aulcwas
with 10 points In the third Starke had toplaj- catchupball with Maid-
I'M. singer took fifth place a ford's high; point
man with 10
Ierr Gaines was low man period Live Oak outscored as they fell behind 21- 5:29: minute run, Mike lcl\ae points from the 120)
BUS 19-10, and held a 45- 16 at the end of the first BUS yard high
for Bradford In the trl meet placed sixth: for timing hurdles and 330)
with a three over par 39 followed 23 lead going Into the fourth period and trailed at the at 5:31.: hurdles. yard Intermediate -

b> Danny McKinney with quarter. half. 3828. They trailed BUS took first places in both
41 and Ed Watts with a 42. Live Oak opened up the sco- 57-45 at the end of the heats of the 100 yard dash with

stan Reddish also made It ring in the fourth quarter witha 3rd period of pi:!,)'. The levy Lennon turning in lie( pikers PickUp
in the top four for BUS with basket followed by one from final period saw Starke out- fastest time of 10.5 and Tim

41; strokes. Chandler putting the score at 1 A score Ormond, 18-11, but Crews following with 10,8) !! But Two Wins

Matt I Herres with a 46, Bruce 47-25. \-t1 for a period of four minu- Crews had to share; his second
I ucker with 45 strokes, and Then BUS committed a foul r tes straight did not put a place with a P1O runner.
David Gaines with 49 also on a LO player and that put single point on the board. Lennon also places second in In Men's \ ollc\ball action

went along with the team. two points against them. After Had this nothave happened, the 440 yard dash whlId Crews last week, die Spikers pickedup
that James Adrldge ripped Die outcome might have been followed in fourth Lennon two wins while t'.e. thinks
against ernandlna. In what for four points different but it and Kaiford split their.
off two baskets as was, timed in at 54.6 seconds and two
frt>lf Coach David. Ilurse feels closing the gap to 20 points Starke was eliminated, 68- Crews at 56.4. matches and remain tied for
was the best round of the still in the die league lead.
49-29 with 6:16: 63. Jimmy Cauley made first
year so far, hit a one over ball game.It Mills Berry: again led his place in the 120:! jardhigh yard The Spikers picked up their
par 37 for low man spot, took LO about a minute teammates, pouring in 25 hurdles with a time of 17.7 sec two wins over Kaiford and
while Terry Gaines and Stan but they worked through the points. Milton Baker, along onds. tile ]Dinks 'J1Ie) downed Hal-
Reddish shared second for Bradford defense for with ford 15-11 and 15-5 and
now hot another outstanding over- BUS got first and second then
BUS with a 42. Ilerres was two points making the score all game, chipped in U, places in the 220:! yard defeated the Dinks In the last
In the top four with 44 strokes, 51-29 with 5:18 in the game. while Samuel Hitman had dash with James Chandler in match of the night 15-8 and
Bruce Tucker had 48 strokes. and James Al- 10 13-11.
Wayne Berry points. first position running the
Luke Powell with 47 strokes, dridge each made a basket The following boys were course In 25.4 seconds and The inks downed "Keystone

David Gaines with 46, and right In a row, followed bya picked on the All-Star team Tommy Reddish following a 15-9 and 15-3, while losing
Hobby Patterson with 50 werewith LO and another Y and made the to the Spikers. Kaiford
basket by t trip to Deland; tenth of a second behind 25.5. after -
the team on practice basket by Aldridge which put Willis Berry, Samuel Pittman, (Hodges placed second in the losing to the Spikers came

rounds. BUS closer but out of reach, Keith Carter, Jay Godwin, two mile run (in 10:59.6 min- back to down Keystone 15-12
"We're playing good enoughto 53-35 with 3:21: In the game.A Charles Ledbetter, :Mike Kit- utes, while Kirk Ilunslnger: and 10-6.
win but are going to have foul against Bradford put chens, Paul Jenkins, :Milton paced fourth In 11:45.6: min- The standings with just two
to play better to beat Pa- at the charity Baker Emmett weeks to play are as
Ronnie Riley Bright, and utes and lUcky Solze In fifth follows:
latha South, Bolles, Green line for LO for two points James Akridge. with a time of 12105.: Kalford 13-7; l Dinks 13-7; .Spi
Cove, and Orange Park, says and the last score by the Cauley placed first in the kers 11-9; Keystone 3-17.
Coach Ilurse. Bulldogs. 330 yard Intermidiate hurd- SCIIKDt'U-:: (1'1\\1.; ; WEEK: ; ) .

"We're capable of doing It Randall Hudson scored two Not only Is the Kremlin/ les with a time of 47 seconds Keystone vs Kaiford, 7 p.m.
but just have to put It together baskets in the remainder of down on bridge but we ilon't the only placer for Spikers vs I Dinks: 7:45: ; Dinks
to win," commented the game sandwiched arounda This Live Oak player gets the boll taken away by Bruce Borne ((23)comn) tuppose it'. as wild about BITS vs Kaiford, !8:30!: ; Spikers vs

Ilurse. foul shot and two baskets up In junior varsity action last Friday night. then as it used to be. Paul Parson took second Keystone, 9:15: p.m.




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Fb. 22, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pag 11

Reds BHS Cagers Bantam All-Stars

End Win 2. -

(From Pag 10)) (From Page 10)) Travel To DelandStarke's

Jackson 1-0-2": Totals 21-13 ell 5-1-11.. Totals 7862.: '
-55. Bantam All-Star wart and Wade Winkler had

Only Donnie Sewell's two Basketball team traveled to four l Bill Lundy, Ricky Johns, ere
.. charity shots In final seconds Deland, Wednesday, Feb. 14, and Mark Swain had two each. rC i
Against Ocala Bradford enabled the Tornadoes to start to participate In the District The boys, after getting up
played a close game all the off a late ralley by tough Ocala m, Florida Junior Boys Basketball early Saturday morning,made
way but never led until Vanguard Saturday, as Bradford Tourney. the trip back to Deland to
the final quarter where they ended Its regular seasonof The boys took on Ormond take on Ormond Beach again
stayed In front and won the play with a one point 42-41 Beach in their first game and the results were just a- + ,
game 3933.At margin over the Ocala team and came out on the short end bout the same as Ormond ty"l r
of the score, 50-26. downed them, 5421.
the end of the which brought on 18-5 record
first The first period saw the Starke could not muster
quarter BUS behind game. ., :
9- locals fall way behind, 17- their offense as they fell behind .*." +
6; all James scoring for BUS was Although the lead changed 2, as they could not find the at the half, 29-8. At the
three by baskets.In Aldridge. who hit hands throughout the game, range. At halftime, the score end of the 3rd, it was 42-
Bradford had rallied from 27- was 23-111n favor or Ormond
the second quarter Brad- 21 deficit to take a six point, Beach. 12.Keith Kelley was high point
ford hit steadily for the 37-31 lead midway the final Keith Kelley led the Starke man with 10 points and Tom
final 1:40 to close the gap period. Ocala then tightenedIts team with 12 points. Dinky Lock had four. The All-Star
to 19-17 before going Into defense and Abie Williams Kilby and four, Tom Lock team was comprised of: Keith
the locker rooms. In the went to the foul 1 line four three, Wade Winkler three, Kelley, Tom Lock, Dinky Kil a/w*_ 7 fEM ,
stand Aldridge scored two straight times for the Torna- Steve Brooker and Mark Swain by, Wade Winkler, Bill Lundy osa 'tj A.4 n'S'R'
straight baskets followed bya does. While Williams was each had two points to round Ricky Johns, Jerry Lock, Michael ..........- '- -
foul shot by sinking one of two charity out the scoring for Starke. Stewart, Mark Swain,
Bruce Barnes and another shots each time at the line The Bantam team then returned and Steve Brooker. 1972-73 ehrlaeUr of K.ytton* High Fowler, Carolyn Jordan. Back row: Cindy
basket by John Mark with visiting Vanguard was adding to Deland on Friday, Susan Russ.ll.BHS .
Fowl.r J.anln ,
one second left In the half. two points per basket to cut Feb. 16, to take on DeLeon School ar. mascot Jody Wilcox, in front; first ,
In the second half with the Tornado lead to three Springs in the first round of Big Red row (l-r): Tlppi Naples, Pam Ogden, Chrly
points the loser's bracket hada
5:05 left In the third quar- 40-37. and
ter BUS scored three With just over two minutes far better showing as they

straight baskets to tie up remaining, Follins sunk a team downed, 32-15.an outmanned Starke led DeLeon at the LiftersWorking B aseba llers Working Hard"We're
the game for the first time jumper from five feet out narrow -
half, 16-4, and at the end of
25-25 with 3:52 left In the Bardford's lead to one 40- getting a lot of hard Five ball players for BHS vln
the 3rd, led 26-7. DeLeon end Eddie Hazen. Both good job for us, says Hatch
third period. 39. After the Tornadoes made just could not put any pointson work at each position from have never played baseball are fine baseball players," er.
Then BUS was charged two straight steals but were the boards as the locals every individual, working before before in high school and one says Bushore.Hazen will pitch
with a foul and two points unable to score, Follins played a tough defensive game. "We're working "hardeverybody's and after practice,"says has never played at BHS. The for the first time this year.
were put against them from bagged: another basket from Dinky Kilby led his team going to have to- Coach) Steve Bushore, com- four that have not played are He has a real smooth deliv- THEY NEVER
two charity shots, followedby 10-feet out to put Ocala on
left with 10 points, all coming work that hard because we menting on Bradford High Johnny Nichols, Robert Best, ery, good control and along
a OV basket which put top 41-40 with 1:05' on In the first half, Keith Kel- don't have the strong people. baseball practice about two Gray Flynn and David Kilby. with Wise and Edwards will STICK
OV the
In front 29-25 going clock. ley had 8 points, Michael Ste- we had last year,' saysCoach weeks from the first game. Hal Edwards has experience form the pitching corps.
Into the last period of play. With 51 seconds remaining, Butch Redding of the weight Bradford will face Buch- elsewhere but has never play- TOGETHER
Wayne Berry scored two Tornado Donnlo Sewellwentinfor lifting team at Bradford High. holz at home March 3, start- ed at Bradford. "There's still a lot of bustling -
straight baskets for BUS followed a basket but was fouled by Tigers BHS lifters met with East- ing at 2 p.m. First confer- going on in the outfield,"
Mathis while shooting. The "Right now Flynn is com- outfield Coach
another side weight men Wednesday. ence game Is against Palatka says Harry
by from David sophmore then bucketed both South, traditional rival of BUS ing along real fine with agood Hatcher. -S
Me Mfll an to put BUS In Results of that meet will be (feamettes
charity shots for what provedto at home. attitude, good speed, and a
front 33-31. But soon after be the winning baskets. Edge In next week's 'telegraph. "Last week's practice had good athlete and plays well Jerimlah Johnson and David -
OV working getting
scored another basket Redding
in centerfield," Bush- Kilby are doing a real
its ups and downs. One day we says
tieing the 33-33 four people to the 600 pound
with 4:18 left In the up game. BHS 9 7 13 1342 By WN mark in the three match lifts looked real good and one day ore.Tommy
VAN912101041BiISWilliams -bench press, press and clean looked bad," commented Bu Wise, sophomore,
Aldridge, Barnes, and Mc- and jerk. Chuck Norton with shore. and freshmen letterman has
Milllam each scored a bas- 2-5-9, Barber total of 640 pounds last meet Right now the smoothest in- learned a lot through exper- BUSH GULF STATION
Lake Butler
ket right after another to 0-0-0, White 1-2-4, Henry In what Head and Brad Carter totaling 700 fielder on the team Is Char- ience, with some work as a
give BHS the game at 39 4-1-9, Golden 3-0-6,11odge Lake Butler Basketball Coach have already past the goal. lie Green making good throws fine pitcher and second base-
-33.James 1-1-3, Blalock 0-0-0, Hampton Jimmy Thomas thinks was one Marlon Thorton and Ronnie and a real consistent fielder, man. His attitude has changed BAIT & TACKLE SHOPN.
Aldridge led the 1-0-2, Sewell 2-5-9, Tot- of the Tigers best games of Hall[ have both lifted 570 according to Bushore. for the better and he prac-
Tornadoes both nights In als 141442. the year, edged by tough West pounds in competition and are David Kilby 4'3 is coming tices all day and has a job Temple Avenue Starke, Fla.
scoring with 20 points each Vanguard Jacobs 4-0-8, Nassau 73-71 Friday night In trying for 600), accordingto along real strong in the hit- to go to at night, according
followed Saturday night by Mathis 2-0-4, Wooden 0-1-1, Callahan. Redding. ting department for BUS, being to Bushore. THOUSANDS OF
Berry with eight points Follins 4-2-10, Drummer 5- Five members of the Tiger Carter lifted the most In the hard to pitch to and any- "Two team leaders as of 'lam
and Friday night by Early 0-10, Brewton 4-0-8. Totals squad scored In double figures bench press in the meet against thing around the plate he gets now are seniors with three ; IUSS LURES:
Chandler with five points. 19-3-41. Abraham Perry had 19,Homer Ocala Vanguard two weeks good wood on. years experienceGary Mel-
Weeks 13, Stlrley Jones 11, and ago while Norton lifted the
Fred SIrmones and Jack Mc- highest press, 200. .weea..r..eK... ALL KINDS OF T 7"
Gille scored 14 each. Terry Hayes started lifting
RILEY PAVING Co. Fred SIrmones tallied 13 assist for BHS Monday and will pro- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home BASS, (Plastic) \\\OR\ MsGreen
Friday night, the most bably help In the heavy weight
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jt Parents StudentsFaculty.

Feb. 22, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 13

Keystone HilitesBy Join In Fight On DrugsThere

was a very good turn- problem. The extent of the "The large number of pa- the ones concerned and the tee on Community problemsand
out for the P.T.S.A. meeting problem can be argued all rents and students here tonight ones who need to be reachedare asked If the Student Court
held Thursday, Feb. 15, at the day but this Is not Impor- shows that there Is Indeed sitting at home." would organize and lead a
Linda Wharton Ph. 473.4907 or 4648 Keystone Heights Woman's tan There has been much much concern from both On February 12, Elsenacher student effort to control drugson
Club to discuss the drug problem damage done by grossly exaggerated sides. The sad thing Is that was approached by a member campus.After a brief meet-
BRIDE-ELECT HONORED DUPLICATE BRIDGE nursery will be provided at In the school and com- rumors." the people who are here are of the P.T.S.A. Commit- Ing with the Student Court,
Winners of Tuesday, Feb. the home of Mrs.Marvin Coo- munity. It was decided that the stu-
Miss Particla Rodgers of 13, at the Melrose Woman's ner, corner of Satsuma and Roy Turknett, spokesmanfor dents would lead In an effort
Gainesville, bride-elect of Club were: First, Miss Iva Lakeview Drive. A light lunch the committee formed Feb. to clean up the problem on
David Rlgsby of Keystone will be served after the Board meet- the campus. The proposal was
Hlllyer and Mrs. R. P. Vogh, pro- 8 at the Executive
Heights, was honored Saturday 54 points; Second, Mr. and gram, with St. Williams' ladies Ing to find a solution to this I Parent and child f presented to the Student Gov-
Feb. 10, with a luncheon at the Mrs. Jim Pierce, 53 1/2 as hostesses. problem, read the following ernment and "the enthusiasm
Gainesville Golf and Country received was more than we
points Third Mrs. Roland resolution:
Club given by hostesses, Mrs. ; PERSONALS, had hoped for."
Bryan and Mrs. C.V. Home
Paul Moore of Keystone and S. E. McKay underwentknee THE STUDENTS Trust not
52 1/2 points; Fourth, Mr. TO drugsBy The following means of action -
David ofJackson-
Mrs. Brown
ville. and Mrs. Ray Highs 52 points. surgery on Wednesday, Feb. FACULTY AND PARENTS: were decided upon: (1))
Winners of the Thursday 21, and Is recovering In the The membership of the PTA work with the old Ideas of
Among the 14 guest attend- evening game were: First, V. A. Hospital, Gainesville.I'm Is becoming increasingly a- Cynthia Parsons"The posters handouts and speakers -
ing the luncheon were thebride's Mr. and Mrs. Mike Faikel, sure he would be more larmed with the drug problemand ; ((2) to hold an assemblyto
mother of Gainesville, Mrs. Earl the 29 1/2 points; Second Mrs. than happy to have visitorsand smoking In the school trouble with taking; drugs," a Although the above statements were discuss with the studentsour
groom's Rodgers mother, Mrs. ;Dave Paley Boyd and Mrs. W.J. hear from bis many and In the community. It Is young teenage friend! explained, "is made by the director of a summer motives and answer their
Rigsby of Keystone, and thebride's Grollck 27 1/2 points; Third, friends In Keystone. our Intent to take whatever that you don't know when you're really camp, they are equally applicable to questions and hear suggest
and Mrs. Robert Lappe
Mrs. Albert Bachmann and Mr. are regard- "
steps necessary
Maid of Honor, Miss you. independent schools and families.If ions on the subject; ((3)workin
Miss Helen Dittmer, 26 1/2 of Keystone Lake enjoyed less of who It may hurt, to For groups, placing these
Lynn Erb. points; Fourth, Mrs.Ray Becker weekend visits from their sons a stop to the use parents or educators concerned the one tempted to use drugs Is groups In places where we
The hostesses presented and Jim Fox,241/2 points. this past weekend. Bobby and to make Keystone eightsme about drug-taking here Is a basic doing so because he or she Is afraid or know drugs exist; ((4)) have
Miss Rodgers with a Silver- Lappe of Gainesville and Hubert as drug-free as possible.TO challenge to help young people find a Is unhappy with himself or herself, thenit "rap" sessions to discuss
based pie or casserole dish. NEW ARRIVAL Few of Atlanta.Congratulations hatlsfying sense of Identity and ot is up to neighbors and parents to Student's feelings on the sub-
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson go to Roy THE STUDENT: meaning In their lives. to such
Miss Rodgers was prove a youngster that he or she
also honored Patricia that Saturday of Falmouth, Cape Cod, Tyre on his big catch In the So often, the majority suffers of- How do you respond? Do you send is loved and respected; that his or her ject.Hal
evening with a dinner party are the proud parents of a fishing contest near Astor a bad name because your own son or daughter away from individuality Is Important to both of also stated that just
given by Mr. and Mrs. Bruce son born February 18. Ma- Fla. last weekend. Weighingin the actions of the minority. home because he or she is using drugs? you; that you want an open relation In this short time, there has
do hear
How times
Courtney and Mr. and Mrs. ternal grandparents are Mr. at the Jungle Den Fish many you Do you expel a boy or girl from a campor ship. been a change in attitude toward -
and Mrs. Bill Belote of Key- Camp, it was discovered that bad things about Youth In gen- schoorwhen detect ? drugs. "Open discus-
lovely you
Jack May at the May's and the bad thingsare There is another cause Involved in
Roy had the biggest bass eral when really
in Gainesville. stone Heights. If do send the children sion of use of drugs has almost -
new home also the most pounds of flsh.WOMEN'S attributable to a small away drug-temptation boredom, idleness. vanished," he said.
where do they go? Who is responsible
DAY OF PRAYERAT group? Don't allow this to Insufficiently rewarding activity can
Guests attending this par- ST. WILLIAM'S GOLF ASSN. happen here in Keystone. Let for them? result in a lack of Invigorated living Hal also expressed to the
ty were: Terry Rlgsby, Miss Observance of World Day The ladles finally had a It be known by all students The director of a boarding preparatory and thinking. parents and students present
Patrice Mick, Dr. and Mrs. beautiful day for golf last that drugs will not be toler- school,who had just expelled more
of Britain and the
Prayer will be held at United States are that we need everyone to fight
Earl Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. St. William's Catholic Churchon Thursday round and of played team play.their second ated. Stand up and be heard than a dozen boys for using and selling highly urbanized. So too is Western a problem of such magnitude.

Michael Richard Blrshire Conant, ,Mr.Mr.and and Friday, March 2, at 10:30: Mae Henderson's team, with and counted on this matter.this drugs, said that he treats each case Europe. In agrarian societies, children "From the very beginning,
Mrs. a.m. Ladies of St. Anne's The desirable solution to individually. "I looked at each case we have received the full
are of sup
and bride- Kitty Martin, Zee Tolles and Important members any family
Mrs. David Rlgsby Rigsby. Episcopal Church and the Rae Allen, are in first place problem is in your hands Honor separately" he explained. "You've got or community. Their contributions are port of the administration, but
groom, Community Church will also possible with your to be sure that is to work need
The couple was presentedwith with one more round to go Court and the Student Council expulsion going to essential. And the Instances of drug- effectively, we
a beautiful silver pit- take part on the program, with 27 under par. help heal the problem, not add to It. taking by farm teen-agers are very the support of the parents.
cher from the hosts. along with the Catholic women. Coming In second was Von- And at the same time, you have to low. But what is the urban child to do? Parents are needed at home,
All women are welcome. A vile Ketch's team with Grace protect those still "
TO THE FACULTY: on campus. Few parents or children have found not at school.
__ .lc Hacker, Fern Garber and Bernice We understand that It Is The co-director of a summer camp fully satisfying answers. Thousands of
- -
]1'q/11//dl/U/1111111//11111/4N' '. '> / > ''I11111111IIIU11111111111111111111111101111111 i-'-* '" / ) .' " /1111111's "-'- Worely with 23 under not your duty to play police- for teen-agers, having faced smoking teenagers swarm in and out of schools In closing, Hal read an ex-
par. man eight hours a day, nor and drug challenges last summer, has and places of entertainment. Year cert from Henry C. Link'sbook
t e do you wish to become em- declared, "We feel that we can work "The Way To Security".
after receive
they and
year more
1 !e Scout Cheryl Rowe of broiled this problem.In a controversy However with we hard on those things that kept the camp training for jobs and professions about those teachers in the grade, schools especially are

._ Troop 190 attended Conservation do ask that you face this from becoming more of a community which they know almost nothing. familiar with the plaint of
J J branchout h Inktrat 73 at Seminole Springsthe problem and help the students last year. Our goal for this coming Somehow, someway, parents and parents: Why don't they exercise -
I weekend of February 10. and parents In puttingan summer Is that camp become a educators need to fill the current void. proper discipline in
This was sponsored by the end to this mess. Your freehappy, sensitive retreat for all of Perhaps they should think harder school? So many parents expect -
Inbred E Gateway Council and the girls set us. about alternate the school to transform
responsibilities are as providing periods of
:} with \ studied different ways of con- down by the Administrationand "If the Inappropriateness of things work and Interesting study. children, who were spoiledat

''nhroct servation.On we expect your complete like drugs and smoking Is established For example, the camp director home, into orderly, well-
:J a little {", Thursday, Feb. 22, all compliance. We will support before the season begins, then open quoted above continues her suggestions balanced human beings. Obviously -
i the troops in the Keystone efforts. relationships based trust the school can exercise -
3 : I your on and honesty for having a better summer: "Our
L. area will meet at the Community no stronger disciplinein
I can established...With trust and
savings ( Church Educational TO TIlE PRINCIPAL workday will begin earlier and last the schools, aside from
I J SAYINGS I building at 3:30: p.m. for a We will appreciate all the honesty'come freedom, understanding, longer. Meeting for worship will become the influence of such theoriesas
( and
"Thinking Day Program." support and leadership you an l1lsWiJ: relationship between a part of all our lives at sometime that of progressive edu-
3 EI 1 The Junior Cadet and Senior can give In this effort. It Is adults and teen-agers. during the day." cation, in its early days, but
} troops will be selling Girl our understanding that the following must be attributed directlyto
} {I 1 Scout Cookies In booths located are the* regulations as J The Christian Science Monitor I the parents who are the
Ii i through Keystone on the established in the Student source "of authority and discipline. -
weekend of February 2324. Manual concerning this prob- .
l Troop 190 Is commendedfor lem. 0) Smoking Is prohib-
{ collected the most moneyIn ited; ((2)) Leaving the school
;1 the "Foodless Food Sale" grounds without permissionIs -
recently. This money goesto prohibited; (3) Only students

J T ike having }'our.own money => the Gateway Council and and school employeesare r MONARCH TIRES SOLD AT
) is the girls will be given a skat- allowed on school pre-
)} L tree, jour Savings Account Ing party for their efforts. mises; ((4) Use of drugs Is
A new Senior troop has been prohibited by State Laws.
with us. Stash a little away every < organized under the directionof
Elaine Henderson. All girls TO THE PARENTS: .
k pa) day. Then, watch your money from their sophomore year It's time we, the parents, tRAYS SERVICEIn
through senior year In high started doing our share. Are f1is rs .e.
)j grow and grow and grow. (:<. school are welcome to Join. you Informed as to drugs and
The meetings are held every the reactions of a person taking -
nn Monday evening at 7 p.m. at drugs? Can you accountfor Keystone Hghts
I th home of Elaine Henderson. your own children? Is he

1 I KEYSTONE STATE BANK I GARDEN CLUB or realize she taking the consequences drugs? Do you to

The Garden Club will hold the life of your child If he llsy Brings 15 Years

J Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. Ij], Its monthly meeting on Feb- or she Is taking drugs?
ruary 22 at the City Hall at As stated at the beginning,
,vf "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly 1 p.m. with the county agent, we Intend to take whatever Experience In G
j Community." Jesse Godbold, as main speaker. steps are necessary to resolve -
{: this problem. We are n
nht/nrlnbt/nrynhlrnq/arylnryn4pngghtnhtnhlnnprh/nlrtingnht' ,,, ,, ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, ,,,, '' ,,,,,,,IhtlnryF, ,' (Cont. to next page) In hopes that the responsible Front End JoI t
students and faculty can do ,
[this with our support. How-

ever, If we don't see a change Automotive, ,r -
soon, then we are preparingto : I! ,
H.B.D. CARPETSHWY physically man the school
grounds with parents throughout ,
Will Airconditioning
each school day. you
100 1 Mi. So. Keystone His help?

Phone 473.4006 or 473-4572 Be concerned, because you & Brake
or your child might be badly Repair t
hurt In this effort.

G_ k&ei After this resolution was Rays Also Is Equipped ,
read to the parents and students -

present, Hal Eisenach- For Portable Welding And '
er, president of the Student ,
Council, was given the floor.
lIe said In his opening state- Road Service \
Believe ment, "The events of the past ,
You Won't / week have led everyone to
the startling conclusion that ,

Keystone Heights has a drug For Service Call4733O83 Ray's Vast Experience In Front End Work

will Enable Him To Do All Major I Front End Repair
All My Neighbors


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U TELEGRAPH Fib. 22, 973

Keystone.. .t.-HilitesBy "" Little Oppostion Apparent to Sewer ProjectLittle

Linda Wharton Ph. 473-4907 or 4648 opposition to Keystone George Huller of Forest overall cost. Sabas admitted, now, Mayor Ray Starnes pointed Sabas said the treatment The present plans call for a
ee Seiee -e e e e e ae- Heights' proposed $1,267,000 Street asked why it was necessary however, that the EPA grant out, to use as collateralfor plant would remove 90 percent system with the capacity to
sewage system surfaced at to have a sewer sys- outlook is "hazy"and"some- the state loan, and the or organic materials from the take care of a population of 10-
Tuesday night's public meeting tem In Keystone Heights at what confused" at !this time. time factor is important since raw sewage, and the affluent 000.
(From Preceding to discuss pros and cons all, since the percolation fac- the FHA through an
Page) "If the city decides to go program for sewer would be sprinkled
of the Issue before the March tor Is so favorable to septic
forward with the project, we systems will be cut off In irrigation.ev&tem: onto city- Starnes advised that
The last meeting held In I understand that Mrs. City 6 advisory Council.vote ordered by tanks. could start work U months June. owned property at the airport the Mayor City; Clerk would accept
January was a panel discussion Myron Prevatt Is recovering He was told that the only from tonight, unless there isa Waldon said Waldon said it was feasible registrations from residentswho
nicely from major surgery received slowdown in obtaining the his agency feels that the city; might want to
with talks from Mrs.C. If there were opponents In alternative to Installing the that the EPA wish to vote up until the
recently in the Alachua the well-filled system would be to freeze EPA grant," Sabas said He grant will be grow forage crops or addit- the balloting
E. Mitchell on camellias, council cham- necessary to make the Key- to take day before on
Hospital.Mr. ber they the growth of Keystone and pointed out that these are ional pines In this area March 6. Anyone registered In
Mrs. R. P. Vogh on day lilies, mostly kept their stone sewer system a feasi- small amountof
and Mrs.Jerry Johnsen, made basis and of the
on a advantage
surrounding area, since the whether freeholder
and Mrs. Lena Clemen on feelings to themselves, although ble protect. He also said his in the the city, or
fromJer- remaining
visit that would nutrients
not havea
general planting Information. are enjoying a few questions indicated construction of new septic Keystone plan was based on the assumption not, will be allowed to vote.Say.W.WSWxx .
Mrs. Evelyn due to its
Hostesses for that meetingwere ry's mother some still had cer- tanks will be prohibited after high priority !that the City; would affluent.
his sister and bro- small size.
Mrs. L. B. Clark, Mrs. Johnsen, Jim tain qualms on the issue. 1976. purchase !the Keystone WaterCo.
Lenore and
,Betty McCallman and Mrs.L. ther-in-law Franzone of, Chicago. They no' '' ., which he said would make .
.The E. Roberts.Keystone Heights High plan to enjoy some of our nice ..,,,'I' ," ble.the sewer project more feasi- sq'1:: ::::::::::::;; :::::: ::;::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: :: :::::::: :;:::::::::::::::;S.:::y.:::::y.:::;:::::::::;:::::

School Garden Club met Feb- weather for a few days. ; ,,'..;"
ruary 13 In the ]Home EC. Construction began last week .. ->!..., Waldon said his projection I ALL CUSTOMERS |1
} TO
Room to make corsages. The on the Kentucky Fried t ; r.r r. indicated the following charges -
Chicken restaurant the
camellias were donated by on would be necessary to make
members of the Garden Club corner of Hi-way 100 and 21. the project financially soundA : I 01 t I
of the Lakes and Mrs. Miller With so many new buildings
going up all over, our little $5 per month sewer bill i
Wrinkle In
was charge.
town is going to look like a regular for users. WATER' 1 ti tiS
COMMUNITY CHURCHWOMEN metropolis soon. -A $5 per front foot assess- t KEYSTONE i11
Roger and Cheryl Smith of ment on all benefltted proper :::
Jacksonville spent the weekend ly. CO. Inc 1::::
The Executive:( Board of the
recently: with Rol r's us. -An average monthly bill of 1
Community Church Women 1
; 1
mother, Mrs. Madaline Smithof $6.50 for residences. }
will meet at the educational
building, February 26 at 1 Keystone Lake and visited -A cut-In fee of approxi- |
many of their friends in the
p.m.Mrs.. Ernest McLean, president Keystone area. mately $200. S
urges all board mem- Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Bradleyare Sabas said it would be up Work Will Start Soon On Cleaning, Treating, And ;
bers to be present or their enjoying a visit from their to the Council to decide whe- ::1
co-chairmen to sit in the niece Lyda Ann Jenkins and Pictured at note-burning ceremonies at the ther corner lots would be :: Painting The Water Tank. >:::
meeting in their absence. her two sons, of Rochester, NoteBurning Keystone Council meeting last week are four assessed for one side only.
N. Y.Some. or both sides.
of the Councilmen who were serving In 1964

PERSONALS Vesta Aiken is home following of the Redfearn Clan when a vote was taken to construct the In reply to Councilman Gay ;|: Work Should Begin In Late February Or Early Marchf:::
minor surgery In Ala- drove to Daytona last weekend $35,000 municipal building. Livingston who said he had
chua General Hospital in to view the Daytona 500 races. From left are: Gene Williams, Jack Haber- heard concern expressed for 1| And Should Be Completed Within A Week Or Ten Days. :f 11
!Mike and Gloria and the
They were possible damage to trees
Gainesville and reported doing Ceremony stroh, Bill Warren, and Roy Watkins, who Is
well. Hope to see Eric and Mary. They reporteda a along the line which would
very you
back on the golf course real real fun time. present councilman also. skirt Lake Geneva for some I i
Jim and Linda Wharton cele- The final payment on the note was mode distance, Sabas said every
soon. 4: During This Time There Be Some Reduction :: I
by the city In December. precaution would be taken to : May In Y
preserve trees In this area.. :: jSi j- I
Pressure And Noticeable Sediment In The Water. !ftI :
brated their wedding anniver- For the most part,however Some funds are availablefor In reply to Councilman Gay 3
MARCH SPECIAlSLawn sary with Herb and Charlotte a "gung ho" atmosphere was preliminary work (before Livingston who said he had
Nelson in Jacksonville last evident at them meeting with applying for the EPA grant), heard concern expressed for I I
Feb 19. Julie and Ray Crab- several ladies: Including Mrs. Sabas said, and these funds the possible damage to trees ;:::;:1We;; Will Appreciate Your Bearing With Us During This 1:
George Crago and Mrs. John are available now from the along the line which would
tree went along with us to help j
Lawn celebrate. Bird, asking why It was necessary State epartment of Pollution skirt Lake Geneva for some |! Period, And 3e Assured That We Will Make Every |
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ketch to hold the March 6 Control. A loan can also be distance, Sabas said every .. ..
have returned after spendingthe vote since the council had made from the FH A(Farmers precaution would be taken to ':i:Effort To Remove The Sediment As Rapidly As Possible:.!;
r Tune Up authority; to move ahead on Home Administration) for 40 preserve trees in this area.
weekend in Largo withArt's the project. years at five per cent Interest It would not be feasible to run I 111 I 11j
sister and husband.They .
celebrated his sister'sbirthday but this money would the sewer along Highway 21 in :=:: W. E, JOHNSON; ?:
Council Chairman Everett not be available until after this area because each individual :: ::
:: ;;
COMPLETE TUNE UP and then helped them Fox said the council want- construction Is complete, home would have to pump I MANAGER I
move to their new home. in ed to know the wishes of the Waldon said. The FIIA loan its waste uphill to the line in ili J%

HoweyIntheHills. residents, even though they committment is necessary that case. ::::::::;::::;:::::::::::;:;:::::::::::;SS;:::;:::;::::;::::::::::::::::::.:;;:.:.::.::.:::.::.:.::.::.::.:::.:.::::::.::.:::.::.:.:::.:.:::.:.::.::.::.:::::.:.::.::.::.::.::.::.:. .
Mrs. Ray Becker spent the would not necessarily be bound
$7.95 weekend with Mr. and Mrs. by results of the March 6
Jim Roberts of JacksonvilleMrs. vote.
Plus Parts Frank Jones was taken
back to Alachua General Hospital "As for myself," Fox said,
n last Friday. "If the vote Is close, I will
Helen Dittmer Is enjoying a vote to go ahead with the
MANNING HARDWAREPhone visit with her sister, Mrs. Albert project, but If It Is overwhelm
Bachman. ingly against !the sewer pro-
473-4822 964-5311 Martha Durbin, associate ofLovern's ject, I will vote to let it drop."

VJo'Mn Blvd. .. Realtors, attended a. Bill Sabas of the Gaines-
Real Estate
E.; Coll'StStorke seminar Jack.
ville firm
Keystone Hgts. sonville last Friday.. engineering doing
Flo. Welcome to Keystone, Mr. preliminary work on the project -
and Mrs. Ted Deevers of Iowa and Glen Waldon, repre-
senting the Farmers Home
who recently purchased the

,. former. ____ __Thomas. u. __ __Shores_ home. methods Administration of financing explained and other the

Sabas said the $1,267,000
estimated cost (based on 1974 FOR A MOBILE HOME
projected costs) was based .
on a turn-day job, Including .
collection system, lift sta-
qti f II Ir A fl> tions, pumping to the disposal -

Airport plant, final at disposal the Keystone of the 1973 SARATOGA 1973 SARATOGA

affluent through an Irrigation
'. 'I I I sprinkler system, legal work,
12 70 3 BR 2 Bath 12x64-2 BR-2
: I' ''I capitalized operation and x -
_.<: 'I maintenance costs for the first
.;c::::. ';:;:-;:'" I year, and the cost of replac-
r -= -:: "'I.. "'._'_ up ing during streets construction.and sidewalks torn Price SALE PRICE List Price SALE PRICE

'" Both Sabas and Waldon said
their studies were based on 2 7647 ; $7124

NOW YOU CAN\ HAVE the could assumption obtain an EPA that the(Environmental city;- ......

Protection Agency)
grant for 75 per cent of the 1973 SARATOGA 1973

12x60-2 BR-1 Bath 12x50-2 BR-1 Bath
Keystone Firemen

Ambulance Call List Price List Price SALE PRICE

ABOUT ( but thought you couldn't afford) The Keystone Heights Vol- $5754 : $3976

unteer Fire Department, one
Have this home for-your own. Lindal Cedar Homes of the first In the state to "

has over 90 designs available at prices to suit made operate its an 1,000th ambulance emergencyrun service, 1973 SUTTON DELUXE 1973 SUTTON

anyone's budget. All Lindal homes are of the finest on February 7. 12x72-3 BR-1 3/4 Bath
12x60-2 BR-1
kiln-dried Canadian Cedar. They are precut and Bath
Almost ten years ago, on
part-numbered for easy, fast assembly on the site May 25, 1963, the Keystone SALE PRICE

of your choice. Whether it be chalet of A-frame, volunteers accepted an am- List Price List Price SALE PRICE
bulance from DeWltt C. Jones
recreation home or year-round residence, Lindal Funeral Home for the pur- $6611

has built.the home for you. Either package or custom pose stationed of having In an the emergencyunit Keystone J1fi5: $5190These

region for quick response to

Visit the Linda! Model Home near you today! cidents.drowning At calls that or time water, it was ac- Units Must Move To Make Room For Netv Homes

Triangle 'R' Enterprises Inc. thought that !the ambulance
might be used only 10 to 15
N. State Rd. 21 p.o. Box 651 times a year. Arriving Daily

Keystone Hts. Flo. 32656 end Rapid of Clay growth County in the changedthis south YOU ARE WELCOME TO USE OUR FAMOUS

Tel. 473-3542 projection. In the first

If you can't come In;send for your Lindal Cedar Homes Plan Book. year of answered operation 64, the emergency department RENTAL PURCHASE PLAN

It is 36-pages, full color and gives you the details on all the designs calls-- the first on June

available.Onl> $1. 14, 1963. During 1972, a total 10% Down Payment, You Pay Sales Tax And Set Up
vV-y-M-M-w-M-w -
i-i < jj
Lindal Cedar Homes or TRIANGLE "R" made. 165 Days Before 1st Bank Payment

i N. State'Rd. 211, ENTERPRISES, INC.
"Keystone Heights has one
Send in this P.O. Box 657 Keystone Hts. Fla. 32656 of the finest volunteer am- SEE
TEL. 473-3542 bulance operations In the
coupon today Name State," according to Norman

for your Stott, a consultant with the JOHN BROWN'S PRICE
Address State Department of Health.

Plan ABook City .Stat- In Its constant effort to update
.' its service and the qualifications MOBILE HOME CENTERKeystone
Zip .Phone_ of Its personnel,
Lindal represented throughout the world I the department conducted a Heights, Fla.
successful first aid training
course at the fire station last Hwy. 21 North of Keystone
Saturday and Sunday. Ph. 473.3775Page


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Bonny JonesMrs. I

#< News Notes Students Are For Good Grades
I Bonnie Lee Jones 64, Recognized |
of Keystone Heights, died Sat-
xMELROSE::::::: : :::: ::::::::::::: :::: :::::::::::::::::::::::;::: :: ::: :: ::::: :: urday, Feb. 17, In Gainesvilleafter The following students, thony Burke Harold Eisen- na .Norwood, Diana Williamson -

an extended Illness. She grades 2 through 12,receivedthe acher, Kim Belk, Patti Mc- ) Richard Block; Kim Kerry -
AARP to visit their respective County was a retired schoolteacher Lean Patti Nail Deborah
of the Prin- Ninth
honor being on grade: Cheryl Taylor -
The Community Chapter of Commissioners as to being and a member of the Community cipal's I.istforhavtngstraight Reed and Debra Sparkman. George Klcharason, IAHIUd -
AARP held its monthly lunch- given money from the Revenue Church. 1M 4tA A's during the last quarter. Those receiving Honorable Trlest, Nancy Norwood.
eon and business meeting on Sharing to help build a Community Surviving are one daughter, Mention with an average of .aura Martin, and Pam Ml-
February 15th at 11:30 with 100 Center In Melrose. Mrs. Maxine Musgrove, San They are: Fourth grade.Shannon A. B, and one C are as follows zell. Tenth grade: Jim Neale,
and 20 members present. Fol- Members of the Clay County Antonio, Texas;one son. Tom- Harrington Lori Baker, : Third grade: Thomas Anita Menzen, Pamela Ogden
lowing the flag salute and the committee Donald McRea, my Jones Fort Walton Beach; Marsha Donaldson Susan Buffington, Curtis Cook, Russell Gayle Quagilano, Charlotte
offering of Grace the Covered Frank Merritt, Mrs. Helen V. one brother, Horace Gilbert Tomlinson Mandra Kykes, Forsythe,Tonya Oliph ant, Williamson Jan Eisenacher,
dish luncheon was time for Egan and Mrs. McRae called of North Carolina; two sisters Deldre Durbin Steve Greek Seventh grade: Alicia Ables, Lisa Eland, Shelly RufflnL
enjoying good food and the fellowship on the Commissioners on Mrs. Myrl Banks, Bir- Katherine Rice and Michele Leigh Brannon Kenny Bon- Billy Beam LuAnnBeale Teresa -
of table mates. The Feb. 13th. The brochures had mingham, Ala., and Mrs.Harris Proctor: Seventh grade: Eli- ner, Steve Melton Scott Mil- Farris Natalie Jones,
tables were attractively decorated been forwarded to the Com- Spence, Orlando; and three zabeth Parsons, Wayne Mc- ler, John Mlzell,Edward West Cyndy McCullough, Sandy Mc-
with small brancheson missioners for review. The grandchildren. Intosh, Russell Greek, Sherry and Mltzle Edwards. Eighth Cullough.
which were attached small committee was courteously Funeral services were heldat Anthony, Danlelle Reed and Grade: Steven Walrath. Don-
Valentine motives. Nestled a- received and each commis- 4 p.m. Tuesday In the Community Adrianne Gas sett. Eighth -
mong the small sprays of greenery sioner felt that the cause was Church of Keystone grade; Lisa Benson Susan
were the Florida beau- well warranted, but the time- Heights with Rev.StewartMc- Mclnarnay, Paul Gonzales, KEYSTONE MELROSE
ties of camella blooms small Ing of the request was a bit Cord conducting. Intermentwas Roxanna Brown and Bobbie
Valentine candles were scat- late, in that the first revenue in the Keystone Heights 1 Rivers. Eleventh grade; John
tered along the center of table. monies had been received last Cemetery under the direct- j i Maxfield. Twelfth grade; Vic iUSINESS DIRECTORY
Mrs. Ethel Welch of Waldo expressed October and already budgeted. Ion of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Asl.r Clvitarese, Stephanie Bannister -
appreciation for the However, they will give due Home.Eastern Star Ser- Nancy Cannon Rhonda I FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN
members for the camellia consideration when the July vices were held at 7:30: p.m. av Fillman and Jill Johnson.
blossoms given by secretaryand budget Is made up, and sug- Monday In Jones Memorial HARDWAIEAMD
Mrs. Ed Longnecker. gested that the committee arrange Chapel, Keystone Heights. The following students were SUM'SFish P? ::2 UJPfie
to return next Spring.In placed on the Honor Roll for
President R. F. Simmons the meantime the County attorney having ah "A-B average: Sec- -WStuff GARDEN ENTER
called on Secretary Ed.Long- will look. Into the legality Community Church, educat- ond grade; Stacy Johnson,
necker to distribute the mem- of a county's being ional building March 1st Ross Millican, Joey Kelly, Live Bait A complete line el Hdw.
money on
bership cards effective January Carol McGovern, Kim Nor- Cricket-ShlnMrs-worm. BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS
expended in another coun- at 130.: As the building will
1973 for the calendar ty. not be available, the members man, and David Labby; Third Minnows Plumbing & Electrical Supp.
year. Mrs. Christine Craw- will adjourn to the small annex Model Home Now Being Shown grade; Debra Job risen, David TACKLE Gro-Ton. Fertilizer
ford, Treasurer gave her report Miss Willette Vogh, retired building where social McMillan, Valerie Akrldge, -RODS-REELS Insecticide
and member who joined NRTA member of the Chapter hour and refreshments a will be By Triangle-R Scott Bannon, John Beaver, FISHING & HUNTING Lumber. & Building Material
early in 1972, dues are now spoke on the several Insurance served, and arrangementsmade EnterprisesTriangle Rex Collins, Mike Jordan, LICENSES AMMUNITIONICE Hw y. 21 N. 200 yd. From" Light
John Lantz Lowery .
AARP Longnecker, -
payable to her for 1973. programs of for games and Fun time.
and recommended members Robert Aston and Archie Gra- "W' Enterprises tom and estate work on Long Charles Mlzell Scott Keyttone Hgtt. 473-4357 Keyitene Height 4733663TELEVISIONAIR
Vice President Sipprelle look 'into' those beneficial to ham volunteered to look Into Inc., of Keystone Heights is Introducing Island N.Y. After moving to Ware, Melissa Boyles, Sherrl
place at officers table was vacate them. The one that one mem- games. to this area the pre- Florida, he was a project man- Coble, Tammy Hersey, Lill FURNITURE-GIFTS COND.
as earlier the week,he ber inquired about was the On February 8, Mrs. cut Linda Home and is now ager for W. K. Winston San- Huenlck, Stacie Kight, Ruby
was injurled in being crushed Auto Insurance which Is set Charles Koch, who had been showing a model located on sen In Tampa For the past 12 Martin April Philpot, Sharon Lake Geneva TV Service Center
between falling trees. Ills ribs up as a group and thus car- recovering from a fracturedhip Highway 21 approximately two years he was associated with Walrath, Debbie Watson and
was the main injury. lie was ries much protection for the was rushed to Bradford miles north of Keystone.The Oriole Estates In Fort Laud- Robyn Wyman; Fourth grade, Furniture Quasar
or is hospitalized at Alachua older car owner, as it is non- Hospital where she erdale, supervising the construction Chris Pappas, Mark Nordman, .
General. cancellabel. The Modern Maturity combed. Her husband Charles sur- model home is the Lex- of several 'hundred Suzanne Duke, Angle Norman, Gift & Candle Shop TV STERO
magazine carried Information joined the Club at the January5th ington, of the Heritage Series, houses per year. He and his Michele Paredes. Fifth grade CAR AND PORTABLE
Perry May arranged for another on this, as well as per- meeting, and it was his and is a two story Gambrel family now reside In Melrose. Jacqueline Rowland, Debbie EXQUISITE GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL
bus) tour to Disney
Cone ]
David Hurner
iodically other Insurances, as hope that his wife would be able with four bedrooms,two baths, Hazen Cindy Name Brand Furniture AND
World and members signed up
life, hospltallzationoutofhos- of Allen Richardson Is a grad- Taylor, Laura Williamson RESIDENTIALSeeley
and consisting 2,3-
join him. garage
soon Expressionsof
for the trlpby Trallways, Feb. uate of the Susan Dianne
pital medical and University of Schwartz Phil-
drugs. The is
sympathy were extended to 00 square feet. public Mattresses Sold AIR CONDITION ING
23rd from 8:30: at Episcopal Invited to visit this model. Florida, majoring in real estate pot, Yvonne Ussery,Beth Wal-
Church In Melrose, and returning Mrs. Egan has the mem- Susie Mr. Koch and daughter Mrs. and finance. At present, rath, Lyn Myers, Marla Cun- Hwy. 100 E. Lake beneva SALES & SERVICE
at 8:30. This later Klmencher of San Triangle "R"is along with his full-time man- ningham, Mlrzi Laurin. Sixth
cards for family
bership the Key- a enterprise -
time will enable the membersto stone area new members, and Antonio, Texas.MELROSE and was formed In agerial duties with the grade; Tom Stallings, Kathy 1 Ml. Eoit of Keystone Hgt*. KEYSTONE 473-4651

enjoy the parade at Disney will have them for distributionon HOMEMAKERS May of 1972 with Keystone as company, he is doing post Marshall. REAL ESTATE MOBILE HOME
World. March 1st, see below. ... its headquarters. Company graduate work at the Unlver- Seventh
Donald McRea, chairman of AARP Social Club of Key- Mrs. Elaine Ashley will pre- offlcals said the choice was the sity. Prior to he helping form Janet grade Me David: Abby, Michele- Richard T. Lovorn w.Rero..iiyour Mobil.
made in view of the solid company, was associated -
the four committees who were stone Heights will meet at the side at the monthly Club meet- potential of the Keystone growth area -- with Western Electric Kiefer, Linda Ruffinl, Tommy Ksg.( Real Estate Broker Home? If you have a buyer.Mobile ,
ing on February 22nd at 9:30A. plus the beautiful natural for almost 12 years. lIe Martin, Bobby Neale, Mike Home Broker willarrange
M. Business of importancewill setting available for the Llndal and his family have resided In Bryan, Steve Wheeler, Mike LAKE PROPERTIES ALL financing and
be In respect the Alachua WIngate, Jill Dockery, Desiree
, Home In this and surroundingareas. Melrose for several ..years.R. RESIDENTIAL : insurance detail for a brokerage
NOW OPEN County programs as pre- Eland Kim Rutledge, Mary 'is-' fee of I 10% of the ell-
sented at last meeting, In regard D. (Dan) Richardson, has White, Teresa Donaldson Robert BUSINESS I ACREAGE
to continuance as a club Principals of the companyare spent the last several years Beard, Steve Dear Karen Ing price. For mere Information
under Alachua County Coun- Charles V. Richardson connected with the home- Brunson, Pam Cromer, Pam APPRAISALS callKoy.ton.
chairman treasurer, with 46 building industry. After recently Mallard, Kim Reeves and Kathryn .
KEYSTONE cil.As 473.3254
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the County Fashion Show years in the construction industry moving to the Keystonearea Steadham. MOBILE HOME BROKERS

chairman will be meeting In ; Allen L. Richardson with his family he has RT. 1 BOX 350 J
Gainesville office of County president of the corporation; assumed responsibility for Eighth grade: Marie Hall, Edna Knepper; Aiioc.
INSPECTION STATION Extension Service o n Feb. R. D. Richardson, vice pres- field supervision and oversee- Cindl Hester, Randy Baker, 473-4111 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666
ident; and R C. Richardson Bret Bannon, Chuck Head and
23rd at 10:00: A. M., discus Mrs. Lisa Brunson. Ninth Martha, Attoc. PHONE 4751751BEAUTYSHOT5
CLOSED SUN. & MON. sion will take place to what secretary. Margaret ing.R. grade:
Wagner, formerly of Fort C. Richardson, currently Elisabeth Caldwell, Renee 473-3362
HIGHWAY\ 21 N. KEYSTONE the Sewing club will Class do,,when as to?havinga This Lauderdale, supervised the employed by Eastern Airlinesin Chelette, Gerry Feamster,
office staff.Charles Philadelphia, is planning to Janice Gilmore Susan Olson
all portends toward Annual
HOURS : the relocate! in this area to assume Betty Strickland, Barry Andrews IONA.DOSBealley
Fair of Alachua
county on Richardson began an active role In the Frank Bailey, Larry Hell's
8:00 TO 5:00 April social 1621st.A hour. will follow his building career with cus- company. Gouldthorpe Marie Barker, Style Shot OUTBOARD SHOP
Mark )Kiefer. Tenth grade:
with four volunteer hostesses Darrell White, Arnold Reed for a I. ".II.,
tnklru- over the ar- rangements for this one meet Kev. (Dr) Milton Script passed and Cheryl Fowler. Eleventh you ___.- _
ing. away on February 12th at grade: Gary Brown,John Row- Phon.15.221
Alachua General where he had land, Cindy Fowler,Sue Whid- Johnson Motors
been a patient for some time. den and Tish Zowarka. Twelth Between
FELLOWSHIP CLUB His funeral services were held grade SALES 4 SERVICE
9.LAKE GENEVA : Larry Knepper, Terry
9. at First Baptist Church on the Whisenant Laurie Beam Key'to-e GLASTRON AND
The Fellowship Club of Key- 15th. Rev. Scripture was Pro- Barbara Farris, Sheila GUI, Height y1 ;
Jl stone will hold Game-Fun Day gram Chairman of the Fellow- Sarah Naples, Cheryl Tomes CHECKMATE BOATS

,>> >)- Gifts And Candle Shop the at 1:30 Lions(today Club),building.Feb. 22nd Game, at Christmas ship Club.Program He had at a fine the Nancy White, Kyle Owen, An- Melrete Keyctone Height, Fla.

Phone 473-3446 play will be M. Ced by Ed Roberts December luncheon, and took CONTRACTOR
and the social hour with S.E. McKAY REALTOR
group pictures of the members yhF Oldfc1r
refreshments will be served Many members who have ?& Member of Society
by chairmen, Mrs.Lillle Rob- been absent for some time Demarco And Son of Residential Appraisers
1t erts. This Club of older A- were present. Mrs. Scriptureat Serving/ This Area For 26 Years
SEALY mericans has been finding the last day gave two readings. Specializing I I I In Mr.. Melba llg.n 473-4740
members quite ill and
hospitalized. Last week many, Julius Julius Hanson had been Reddentiol. Slabs L. J. Robinson 475-t041
Hanson was reported in Treasurer of the Club until Concrete Patio, Block Delores Gilmor. 473-3600
Mattress & Box Veterans Hospital but returned January Club '73, and served the Work, Painting. Joann. P. Go sett 475-1622
faithfully, hardly ever
home late last week, William Paschal Carr 473-4058
3 Piece PInon returned from hos- missing a meeting. Expres- Licensed And Iniured
Springs sions of Good Cheer have been FREE ESTIMATES Jam.sChs.inston473.4679
pital after surgery and is at
home on Smith Lake. sent to Julius and signedby "A knocker Is always on Phone 373-1550 Homes-Acreage-Rentals
the members present on the the outside of a door."
Living Room Set Lake Front Sales Force
Mrs. Ethel Weymen was a- 8th meeting. ;...!;,;,:,;.,:,;::.;..o :.
ble to be admitted to Alacha ----:0:; ::::;;;:;::;:::*:;:;:;:::*::;*Sft: ::::;:;:::::::;:;:::;:::;:::::;:::::;:;::;::;:::::::;:;:::::;::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,:::::::::.:::.;.:::.:.:.:::.:::
$ 68 .95 With Rocker Recliner General for a few days tests, Mrs. Beam, Mrs. Weyman 2 r. Geo. Never Told :1{
but is reported at home. are both past residents of the i:= A Lie

$209.00 Mrs. Martha Beam who returned Club. ::::|! We Won't Either, When We Say I

JOYCE WHISENANT MGR from a vacation trip to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- j:
ROLAND SIMONS IlALUMAN home town of Ocean Grove Cawley finally made it from :;?:1 We Have The .
P 0 90X. Quality Furnltur. N. J., aecompanledbyhersls- snow bound S.Carolina to visit :::::. ,. Greatest? ..
LAK. G..VA. nE 3..0 ter-in-law on Feb. 3rd, was the Charles Pardees of Lake :;::i :":':"\ '" ...'"' ,""
taken with what was a cold on Geneva. Mr. McCawley is :::' Rr'v r ,. 1
1 Mi. S.E. Keystone Hgts. Hwy. 100 the 7th, which required hos- Mrs. Pardee's brother. They :::.; .M'l, ?' \ i1
pltalizatlon. She was expected vacationed in Fort Lauder- :::: ,,:, : "Yil* rp: L\
to be able to return home, dale, from their Sidney, N. Y. :: .. ,), : \" -1;.;:
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Feb. 25 Is Church Loyal- SundaySunday School 9:45: Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Sunday Services at 10:30.:
ty Demonstration Sunday Sun- a.m.; Morning Worship at 11: ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Ing Worship at 11. Training Morning Prayer First and Mrs. Belle Priest, 62, died LJ
day School, 9:45 a.m.; Morn- Youth Choir Rehearsal :5 Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday Union, 6:30 pjn.; Evening Third Sundays;Holy Communion Sunday In a Jacksonville hos-
ing Worship at 11; Sermon, p.m.; UMYF snack supper. 6; Everyone welcome. Worship 7:30: Prayer Meet->. 2nd and 4th Sundays;Sun- pital after a brief illness
"A Dangerous Opportunity", UMYF meetings and recrea- -Rev. Robert Haisten, pas- ing. 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. day School 9:30: a.m. Born In Suwamee County on
Bell Ringers Group, 5:15; tion, 6:30. tor. .Rev. S.C. Cuthbert Interim --Thomas O. Feamster, Jr. Oct. 3. 1910 she was the Missionaries Invite
Church Training, 6:15; Eve- WednesdayMidWeek pastor. Pastor widow of Clyde G. Priest
ning Worship, 7:30; Sermon: Prayer Group 7:30: p.m.; CHURCH OF CHRISTAT former manager of Priest's Public To Feb. 23 HouseThe
"Abraham at Mt. Morfah." Chancel Choir rehearsal, MELROSE BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH ST. MARK'S Store In Starke. She had operated Open
Monday- Youth Ensemble, 7:30. Schedule of Services: BROOKER FLA. EPISCOPAL CHURCH the "Mama Priest
6:30: p.m.; Youth Choir Practice Friday-i 11 d re n'a Choir Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sunday Services: Kindergarten" In Starke for steady growth of the Calif.
7. Rehearsal, 3:30.: Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Ron 8:30 Holy Communion. many years and was a mem- Church of Jesus Christ of "We have a very important
TuesdayYoung Musicians; -Rev. George L.Harper Evening Worship 7 p.m. Bristol Superintendent. 9:45 a.m.a.m. Church School. ber of the First Baptist Latter-Day Saints ( the Mor- message for the people of all
Music Makers, 3:30: p.m.; G. Pastor All other evenlng-8 p.m. Training Union 6:45. Lowell U a.m. (1st & 3rd Sundays) Church. mon Church) is due primarily faiths, which we have given up
A.; Bell Choir, 5:15. Douglas, Director. Worship Communion. Surviving is one daughter, to a successful missionary two years of our lives to share
Services 11 7:30. Mid- Holy Mrs. Janette Jones, Jackson- in the Alabama
WednesdayActeens 5p.m.; ajn., ) program organized with the people
Family Night Supper, 6 p.m.; BAYLESS HIGHWAY CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF week Prayer Service, 7:30.: 11 a.m. (all other Sundays ville; two sons. Van and Dan throughout the United States Florida Missions," the young
WMU Mission Book Study, BAPTIST CHURCH LATTER DAY SAINTS i Lavern Outlaw music director Morning Prayer. Priest, both of Jacksonville; and In most other countries of Elders say.GRACE .
6:30-8. Sunday School 10 a.m. Ken- 1404 E. Bessent Road t The Rev. John M. Flyim, three brothers J. W. McIntosh the free world.
-James T. Brock, Pastor nth Elixson director* Morn.- Family Home Evening-Mon Rector. Atlanta; W. A. McIntosh Every year thousands of
Ang Worship ,at 11. Church day. Ocala; and Tillman McIntosh young men and women vol-
MADISON STREET Training, 6 p.m. Gerald Nor Primary-Tuesday, 4:30 pjn. CHURCH OF GOD CHURCH OF GOD Avon Park. Also surviving untarily accept calls to become BAPTIST PLANS
BAPTIST CHURCH man 'director Evening Wor- WednesdayRelief Society, LAWTEY. FLA. 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. are nine grandchildrenand missionaries for a two OL -FASHION DAY
ship, 7 p.m. Mid-Week Prayer 7:30.: Schedule of services: Sun- Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng one greatgrandchild.Funeral year period. Grace Baptist Church will
Sunday School, 9:45: ; MornIng and Bible Study, 7 p.m. ThursdayM.I.A.7:30: p.m. day School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship U a.m. services were held Su.cn is the case with Elder observe "Old Fashioned Sun-
Ing Worship 6:15 WMIJPrayerCircle 11; Church Train- J.D. Robinson pastor, Sunday-Priesthood, 8:30: Worship at 11. Evangelistic Evening 7 p.m. Youth Nary at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Thomas Anderson, age 20, day" on Feb. 25. There will
7:15, : ; ] a.m. Sunday School,10:30: a.m. Service 6 p.m. YPE and Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer First Baptist Church with Rev. who has served for 16 months, be old-fashioned singing,
MondayYouth; Evening Worship 7:30.: HAMPTON BAPTIST Evening Meeting 6 p.m. Sa- Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Meeting, Friday, 7:30 pjn. Grady Snowden, Jr. and Rev. and Elder Mike Stevens, also preaching and dinner on the
,7 p.m. CHURCH crement. 7:30: p.m.Rev. Daisy --Rev. M.E. FusseU pas Bob Cooper conducting. Interment 20, who has served for 13 grounds. Awards will be giv-
TuesdayBible Study, 10 a. School 10 a.m. -Jesse D. Branson, Branch Kight. Pastor.ST. tor. was in Crosby Lake months. en to the best dressed man,
m.WednesdayPrayer i.; Girls In Action 3:30: p.m. Morning Sunday Service 11 a.m.;Bible; President Cemetery with DeWitt. C. They serve at their'own expense woman, boy, and girl In keep
Meeting 6:30 Evening Ser- MARY'S CATHOLIC Jones Funeral Home In and when their serviceis ing with the occasion. The
Business Meeting, Mis- Study 7:30 p.m.. ; NORTHSIDE BAPTIST CHRnrn MACCLENNY HEILBRONN BAPTIST charge. concluded they will be public is cordially Invited to
sion Friends, 7:30 p.m. Adult vice p.m.Wednesday CHRUCH Sunday( Mass. '12 Holy CHURCH released attend.
Choir Practice Prayer and noon. HIGHWAY 16 N. honorably and return -
8:30 p.m. Bible Study 7:30: p.m. Intersection of Highways 16 Day Mass 5:30 p...i. Sunday School, 9:45: ajn. to college, military ser-
ThursdayBible Study, 7:30 -Melvin Hamel, Pastor. (North) and 225. Morning Worship B. Train- A.R. Johnson vice, or other pursuit.To This is the way, walk in
p.m. Sunday School, 9:45; Morning Ing Union 6:30: pjn. Evening get acquainted with the it.-(Usa. 30:21.)
Denton Sumrall)), Pastor Service at 11. Evening HOPE BAPTIST Service, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer people in the area they are announcing -
Madison Street Baptist HAMPTON CHRISTIAN Service, 7:30. Wednesday (8 ml. south of Starke on Service 7:30.: Anthony Robert Johnson an open house to be There is a right way for
Church CHURCH Service 7:30 p.m. hwy. 100)Sunday -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor Sr., 68, died Sunday In Brad- held Feb. 23 at the chapel on things to work out, and we fol
Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- -Rev. James T.. Parrish School 10 a.m. ford County Hospital after a 1404 Bessent Road in Starkeat low in this way, easily: happily,
PINE HILL CONGREGATIONAL Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Morning Worship 11 ajn. long illness. He was born In 7:30 and will last one hour.A effortlessly we make divine
METHODIST CHURCH Worship 7. -James Shaw NEW RIVER BAPTIST Choir Practice .6:30: p.m. Bradford County on April 7, film entitled "Ancient America order. We begin this day with
Sunday School 10 turn.Morn pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m.MornIng Evening Worship ..7:15p.m. SMYRNA MISSIONARY 1904; was a retired owner of Speaks"will be shown the idea of divine order and
ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Worship 11 a.m. Training Prayer& Bible Study .Wed. B A PTIST CHURCH a grocery and feed business, also there will be some beau- this idea of divine
Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- CONGREGATIONAL Union 7 p.m. Evening Wor- 7:30 p.m. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday' and a member of the Airpark tiful 'trasllghts' on display. we keep
ship, 7:30: p.m. Rev. L.L. HOLINESS! CHURCH ship. 8 p.m. Wednesday Night Rev. Merle L. Packham, Services: Sunday School, 10 Baptist Church. Refreshments will be served order before us continually. As
Griffis pastor. School 9:45: a.m. service 7:30: p.m. Everyone pastor. a.m. Preaching,11 ajn.Train- Surviving are his wife, Phyllis Everyone is invited to attend. we work today, we work in a
Sunday Worship 11 a.m. welcome. Ing Union 5:45 p.m. Evening Roberts Johnson, of Elder Anderson is from spirit of divine order, and our
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Morning Worship 7:30: p.m. -Jim Countryman pastor. ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Worship 7 p.m. Everyone Starke; five sons.Ray A.John- Provo Utah and Elder accomplishment is rewarding
Highway S-100 A night Prayer CHURCH. STARKE welcome. son, Pompano; A. R. Johnson, Stevens Is from Long Beach, and satisfying.PRESEASON .
Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Thursday BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Father James Cregan -Wilbur Dyess, Pastor. Jr. and Leslie G.Johnson,both
Meeting 7:30 p.m. 10 Morn- pas- of Starke; George W.Johnson, JI 4DDDl: A4a aaaaaaa o OQQDaaDaaaaQaaU a D.D.1
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Pastor. Sunday School a.m. ton-
-David Hodges
Worship 11 Evening LAURA BAPTIST Homestead, and Lee I. John-
Union 6:30 p.m. Evening ing Worship a.m.
7:30: p.m. Wednesday Worship 7:30: p.m Prayer Saturday Mass, 7 p.m. Sun- Sunday School 9:45: a.m. son of Goulds, Fla.; three
Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Meeting 7:30: p.m.Wednesday. day Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Morning Worship 11 ajn. daughters, Mrs. Netta Star- 'u;"t4..t1;
-iev.! Leon T. Odom, Jr., Sunday Service Sunday -Rev. J.C.Saunders pastor. Mass, 7 p.m. 6 Evening Worship 7:30: pjn. ling and Mrs. Clara B. Rid- DISCOUNT
Confession Saturday
dell both of Starke and Mrs.
Pastor. School 9:45: a.m. Morning Midweek Bible Study Wed- ;
LAWTEYCONGREGATIONALHOLINESS nesday, 7:30 Estelle Reeves, Geneva, Fla.;
p.m.School p.m.
Worship, 10:45 Evening
Religion: ON
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Service, 7:15 Youth CHURCH Be In church Sunday. two brothers, Lloyd L.
: P.m. 11
Sunday School 10a.m. Morn- Group Meeting Sunday 6:30: Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Grade to 12 School noon. Sunday -Lester Austin, pastor. son, Starke; and Carl A.John- CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT. .
a.m. son, Jacksonville; five sitars -
Worship Training Union Morning Worship 11 a.m. High School-- Wednesday 7p.m. ACT NOW..AND SAVE!
p.m.J.C. Mrs. Mary Starling,
6:30. Evening Worship 7:30.: Brown, minister Youth Service 6 p.m. Evening .
-Rev. Jim Black, pastor. Worship 7 p.m. Klngsley ;

.......- --..-..-....-...-..""'"" """ Tuesday Prayer Meeting Bible School CHRIST 10 Worship Wilmott. Simpson both and of Mrs.Jackson-Amy STARKE APPLIANCEYour
-------------------'- -- 7:30 p.m. MORGAN ROAD a.m. ,
-Rev. W.B. Chauncey pastor BAPTIST CHURCH Services, 11 ajn. and ville; Mrs. Violet Underhill, I HB
CAROUSEL CANDLE Sunday School 10 a.m. 3 p.m. Midweek Service,Wed- Starke; Mrs. Bernice Bellen- Your Dealer
Morning Worship: sill Train, Msday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible der, Denver, Colo.; 25 grand- -IIirtemp m
Ing Union, 6:30 Evening Ser- Class, Thursday 11 a.m. children, and 11 great-grand-
1'I SHOPPE PINE LEVEL BAPTIST vice, 7:30. Church located one ,block weston children.
Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn Wednesdll3'Prayer and SR-16. Funeral services were held WHERE FAIR PRICES
ing Worship 11 ajn. Pro Ser 7:30 J.P.H. Bell, mlrJster. Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the
U.S. 301 -Lowt.y, Fla. Ph. 964.8093 vices (Booster Band Young Bible Study.Bob:Cooper p.m., pastor. DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with AND QUALITY WORKIS
People, and Prayer Service), Rev. Leroy Olive conducting. OUR PRIDE.
Midweek Service, Wednesday BROOKER Sunday School, 10 a.m. pel Cemetery in Union Coun- Professional Repairman employedFor
7:30: p.m.Rev.John Strickland, Wor- Morning Worship 11 ty.
THAT SPECIAL SOMEONE ? Sunday Schtol 10 ajn. a.m.; Information
Pastor ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Evening Worship, 7 p.m.Wed- Hr *
6 p.m.ReLacConwy nesday Prayer Meeting and CALL 964-8563
Look No Further! EVERGREEN BAPTIST pastor. Bible Study. 7 p.m. Young Some people knock junk
CHURCH Peoples Meeting every Mon- mail, but it's nice to get OR COME BY
Sunday School, 10 ajn. day, 7 pjn. something which demon-
WE HAVE GIFTS THAT ARE Morning Worship at 11 a.m. G.F. Prevatt, pastor. strates unlimited confidencein 322 BROWNLEE,
Sunday night Service at 6:30.: to real
JORDAN MISSIONARY Everyone welcome. your ability buy es
JUST WHAT YOU ARE Wednesday night prayer BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. tate, correspondence courses STARKE, FLA.oooGoooooooooooooooooooooooc.
meeting at 7:30. 301 North, behind Tas- and grandfather clocks.
-Cecil E. Crawford, Sr.pas- tee Freez Drive In. Sunday
tor. School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- WILL BAPTIST

ALSO vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer CHURCHCor.
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- Ash & Chestnut, Sunday -
Everything For The little Old Raiford Road & Weldon St. day.Leroy School 9:30: ; Morning
I Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Olive, pastor E.L. Worship, 11 ; League 4 pjn.
Candle Maker ing Worship 11. Sunday Evening Grlffls associate pastor. Night Service, 6 p.m.-Rev.

Scents, Dyes Wicking And Such I 7 p.m. Thursday night Jasper Williams, pastor.

7:30.Charles Thomas, pastor. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN r\

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Fellow- my Cox, Superintendent.

1 t.. Intensive Sewing Hand Bags ;{ ship 7:30: p.m.ThursdayChoir. Rehearsal Outlaw Training, Union Director., 6:45.Worship Lavern

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: --Erik T. Johnson MInIs- Prayer Service, 7:30. ,r
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iii Almost Half Of The Women Sometimes Plants Grow .

one charge each of hi
For No
Apparent valid driver's licet

In Bradford Are EmployedIn ; plants, grow protective eye devt
poorly for no apparent reason.A In acid soils having a estreatures in cot
healthy Plant can be below 5.5. These plants Olive Eelanor Crock
set in what seems to be a poorly and many have Terry Ansley, Ste
There percent
Bradford County, more Nationally, there are nearly comes. are leaves in areas where Franklin Alvarez, Ma
good soil, can receive plenty
19 million married who of them at work now
married women than ever before women are alkaline. In contrast, Hall, Yvon Maras, a
of sunlight and water and still
to work each Some of than there were in 1966, says
go day.
are leading double llves- look sickly and perform bage palms, yucca, sea Chenk Obst, ea
of Labor.
them have full-time Jobs and the Department
makers and Jobholders. and other plants unlawful
as home many with apse
Bradford poorly. If you have areas a-
some part-time. They out- The figures for quite well on alkaline Jones,charged with di
factories busi- number their single sisters by County show a rising propos- round your home where plants A pll determination will Intoxicated
In store, while w.
married and react this way, check for a
about 50 tlon of women--
ness offices, the professionalfields percent. down soil problem, especially the whether your soil Is i to county Jail for
and elsewhere,"womenat Facts and figures from the unmarried -- holding wrong soil reaction or pi I. range that produces and $151 fine or 20 ack<<
work" is the order of the Department of Commerce, and Jobs. listed tot Now, your next question Is- growth but It is not an days, plus his driver
The 1960 census a
the Labor Department show in the labor force, what is p117 Well, pit I is nothing dication of fertility. If revoked for six mot
day.Managing al of 1.464
the double life that married women have thana chemists pH is not pottmum, It can
of the more
takes a bit of doing,made pos- drastically altered the Job equal to 35.8 percent population of shorthand for describing the raised or lowered using
sible by the array of labor- market in the past decade. local amount of hydrogen In the soil. icals available to all
devices and equip- They accounted for 43 percentof working age.According owners.
saving The capital letter 1-1" is the
to the latest cen-
ment that cut down the time the total number of new Job chemical symbol for hydro- Next week we'll cover
and about 75 sus, it has now reached 41.2
household chores.In opportunities to correct pillNEW
needed for
force and pH Is a figure des-
percent, with a working gen
female employ-
of the
addition,there is the great percent cribing the concentration of
variety of prepared and semi- ment gains. in the soil which in
Elsewhere in Florida, the hydrogen .
the Increase has been
Much of
prepared foods that enable 3:00 Saturday 1:1'
is 39.1 percent. turn determines the acidity of :
them to turn out a meal in Jig due to middle-aged women, average the soil.
who have time on their BOOKS
time. A simple numerical scaleis
Latest figures indicate that hands, now that their childrenare used to express soil pll. 23,24,25.
no less than 43.5 percent of growing up. A stray statistic tells us The scale goes from O.Oto \T THE
the married women in Brad- However the major advancein that golf is the fastest growing 14.0. The midpoint, pH 7.0,
ford County are now employed the past five years has been sport In the country.Which is the value for pure water ,
outside the home or are look- among younger married may explain our credibility which is called neutralpurewater ADULT FICTION Jf!
Ing for such employment. In women those in the 20 to 24 problem. How could we expect is neither acid nor alka Books (
1960 the ratio was 35.6 per- age bracket, working to sup- a nation of golfers to believe line. Figures below 7 on the Brennan's ) ,
son) The Tar Baby ; 1t.
plement their husbands' In- one another? ;
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Each whole number drop in Close The Door On \ \ .bE
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TO OVERSTOCKED CONDITIONS pH of 6. Numbers above 7 rie), Courier To |PC;
indicate alkaline or 'sweet' (Goodfleld), A Woman
soil Again, the higher the Solitude (Schwarz-Bart);
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LINDA G. COX By Josephine Fontaine .
to their home. Elisabeth Glv.n Wolk.r .

was held Sat. night, Feb.17,in SENIOR CITIZENS NEW ARRIVALS Don't forget to bring your which will be the activity on '
the Fellowship hall of the The Hampton Senior Citi- Mr. and Mrs. Leaston For- news to either the post office DELL CHAPTER OES the Second Sunday in March.;
church. The color scheme was zens held their regular meet- syth welcomed a new daugh- or to the Hampton Gen The regular Dell Chapter All members are asked to I
red and white with decorations Ing February 16 and all joinedIn ter Into the family on Feb- eral Store. I have to have 168 OES will be held Feb- cooperate with the activities.
placed around the room. The a pledge of allegiance to ruary 10. They have named news by Monday for It to be ruary 22. All members are Kiddy Kollege Day Care cen-
program was "Love Is The the new American Flag, that her Sharon Elizabeth.Our best in the following Thursday pa- asked to please be present,
Theme." was purchased by them. Mr. wishes to both the parentsand per. business of vital Importance. ter.Kiddy Kollege Day Care .
Master of Cermonles was Vaughn reported that he had the new baby. Center is opened to serve
; Wilbur Andrews. The pro- reserved a booth for the CHURCH NEWS you from 7 a.m. till 5 p.m. I
Y gram consisted of Love Mel- Hampton Senior Citizens at New Bethel Baptist Church, for Information call 964- I
fl odies, group singing, led by the County Fair for this year. WISHES Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. 8866.
I f Anita Countryman, and accompanied Arthur Bruno of the Hampton Shawn Zyderveld celebrated Weekly services will begin
by Glenda Andrews General Store and Eddie his sixth birthday with a with 7:30: prayer meeting CARD OF THANKS
Allen Commissioner, party of friends. The party Tuesday night. 7:30 Wednes- I
Bible Baseball was County : We wish to express ourhearU'elt
,,. led by Paul Emery and the will be the sponsors for them. was held on Feb. 14 althoughhis day, Bible Class. Choir prac- thanks for the ir>any -
it f Pastor. The Gospelettes Trio All were very enthusiasticabout birthday was the 15th. from MARY KAY OSWALD tucs Thursday night at 7:30. expressions of sympathy
I I sang, "The Love of God". The handcrafts to display.Mr. We hope it was a very hap- Manager.Consumer AKalra Fellowship ]Hour First Anni- extended to us in the loss
and Mr. Max- py birthday.We Reynolds AluminumI| ) at 3. Refreshments
Vaughan versary
of loved The
Trio consists of Glenda An- our one. many
the also wish to extend belated will be served. BTU at 5
P'i.w! well gave a report on beautiful flowers kind
drews Yvonne Emery, and your
meeting they attended in greeting to Paul Friese What is aluminum foil? It's p.m. Night services will begin -
Anita Countryman.The words and deeds are deeply I
Starke. There was a discus- who celebrated his birthdayon pure aluminum; a large blockof at 6:30.Greater .
-The of
guest speaker was the Con- Feb. 16. the solid metal is rolled appreciated. family
e w Rev Carlos Evans of Gaine- sion about joining the much as pie crust is rolled, the late Hubert Thomas.
sville who spoke on "Solomon's gress of Senior Citizens of until it becomes a long, thin, Bethlehem Freewill
Benedictionwas Florida. The decision as to PERSONALSMiss continuous sheet. It's fire- Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper
Love whether or not to join will Brenda Wolfe and her proof, lightproof moisture- Williams pastor. Weekly ser- SmoJtfySaystPreventing I
SWEETHEART BANQUETAT made for a revival led by pronounced by Donald fiance, Tommy Francis of Choir No.3and
be made at the next meet- proof, odorproof greaseproofand vices began with II"SMOKEY
BROOKER BAPTISTThe them at the Brooker Baptist Welch. Mike Emery and Ing. There is now a mem- Miami, were guests last weekof recyclable.did Ushers Board No.2 meeting rCAN i YOU SEE THAT '
6th annual Sweetheart Church. This revival will be Kathy Comeriord 'served. bership drive on for the next Mr. and Mrs. William A. you know Thursday night Ladles S
Banquet was held at the Brooker for ALL AGES to enjoy. The Everyone had a wonderful, three months. The present Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Jor- You can use your griddle asa Circle will meet at Sister IT?
Baptist Church on Feb. 17. date will be announced later enjoyable evening.PERSONALS member bringing in the most dan are new residents of warming tray. If food is not Clarence Covington's. Prayer .
The theme was "Hearts and new members by the last Hampton.Mr. to be served right away, cover Band will be baking piesat I I 'II S4"A IRIEID5 I Ii
Flowers." The fellowshlphallwas meeting In May will receivea and Mrs. William Cho- lightly with a sheet of aluminum the church Friday night. .
beautifully decorated, VALENTINE BANQUETSAT nice prize. Maggie DeWa- aids of New York were sur- foil and set control dial Sat. League will sell dinners pONYP44YM4TGIFS
carrying out the theme. The NEW RIVER ters joined the club at this prise visitors of Mr.and Mrs. at 160F frozen to 200 F. When from the kitchen. Sunday is
heating dinners
main decor was a garden The Young People of New Mrs. Ernest Edwards was a meeting and was given a hear Arthur Bruno last week. each tray with aluminum cover foil. Trustee day. The I Can Cir- --
scene featuring a rock wa- River Baptist held their Val- guest of the Sewing Club and a ty welcome. Business being Mrs. Salvatore Modugne and Frozen foods require a cle will sell dinners at the IH\\
terfall surrounded by green entine Banquet Sat.night,Feb. covered-dish luncheon at the over all took a break for a Mrs. Adrian Plrgnoll were rnoisture-vapor-proof coveringin kitchen. Sunday was a Highly -
vines and moss. Complementing 10, In the fellowship hall of home of her sister. Mrs.Mell choice of coffee, tea or cocoa visitors last week with the order to retain top quality. spiritual day. The pastor
the scene was white the church. The room was Vickery, In Gainesville, on and cookies, then bingo Arthur Brunos. Mrs. Salva- Use Reynolds Wrap. gave a two-part sermon at ) w
wrought-iron lawn furniture. decorated In red and white Feb. 14. was played. A double bingo tore Modugne is Mrs. Bru- Aluminum foil rolled intoa 11 and 6. Taken from Tim-
Potted flowers and plants add- motif with a five-foot heart was played for a flat of eggs no.'s mother and lives in New ball and used like a scouring othy 2:2.Greater.
ed the final touches. placed behind the throne where BIRTHDAYSMelissa donated by Ruddy DeWatersand York. Mrs. Plrgnoli Is Mrs. pad does an excellent jobof removing -
Bill Harper was Master of the King] and Queen sat. The won by Mrs. Bell Brown. Bruno's aunt and lives in New rust from auto bumpers Allen chapel, Rev.B. r
and metal trim. It also
Ceremonies for the evening.The tables had red and white tablecloths Kabon celebrated Jersey. They made the trip can I
The door prize was won by be used to polish metal lawn C. Williams Sunday School -4A
program opened with accented with can- her 10th Birthday Friday Lynn ]Hall. The next meet- by plane with the Brunos meet- and kitchen furniture. 9:45: Morning Worship at 11.
prayer by Pastor Jim Tem- dles and programs.Eddie Mott night, Feb. 16, with a skat- ing will be March 2, 7:30: ing them In Jacksonville and Fireplaces lined with Reynolds Evening service 6 p.m. Plans
ple. "My Love Letter" was was Master of Ceremonies. Ing party. Melissa's guests p.m. at the Old Schoolhouse taking them back to Jacksonville Wrap will reflect more are being made for termina- fire Is
then presented by Linda Cox.A The King and Queen were were served sandwiches, Pepsi in Hampton. last Sunday to return heat, use less fuel. tion of the financial drive ever)body's buttincss!
delicious smoked ham din- elected' by the Deacons, Pas- and birthday cake by her
ner was served, followed by tor, and workers with the mother, Betty. The birthday
group singing, led by Music young people. The King was cake was of a beautiful red
Director Lavern Outlaw.Mrs. Eddie Mott and Queen was and white heart-shaped de-
Mona Canova of Starke accompanied Debbie Green. The King was sign. After refreshmentswere
on the piano. given a charge by Wilbur Andrews served* at ther home In EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice: ] FOOD
Special guests for the eve- chairman of Deacons, Brooker. Melissa's guests
ning, pictured left to right and presented a plaque. The then went to the Skating Rink CENTER CUTCHUCK
Queen was given a charge by In Lake Butler and
were: Fat Bell, Doyle and Susan enjoyed
Bell, "Rusty" and Gary Mrs. Yvonne Emery and presented skating. Everyone had agreat VIVA

Hunter, and Terry Cranford. a claque. time. FAIR
This Youth Group presentedan The Pastor, Rev James R.
Inspirational program con- Country man, gave a talk on Deena Cox celebrated her:
sisting of their testimoniesand "What's That In Your Heart?" 4th birthday, Thurs, afternoon ROAST TOWELS
Gospel singing. Terry accompanied Guests attending were: Mr. Feb. 15, with a party ather SUPERMARKETS
the group on the and Mrs. B. B. Hayes Sunday home given by her parents, PRINTS OR ASSORTED COLORS STARKE'S
piano. Gary's talent Is ma- School Superintendent; Mr. Mr. a nd Mrs. Tommy Cox.
gic and ventriloquism. Gary and Mrs. Wilbur Andrews and Birthday cake Ice-cream, 320 S. WALNUT ST.AweiM .

called upon his companion, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emery, candy and punch were servedto "...D..LDW..,cn DDDD 1 D..'.
Rusty, and together they proved Youth Council Adult Repre- Deena's guests. A balloon 79 C GIANT I 29 C .WED ,ce.BONUS.. '%Burs> QUANTITYIGNT DODD THRU
sentlves. In closing, a Fri- REe RYPDt
that God made both. and a party hat were given to aEJ
Approximately 60 people enjoyed endship Circle was formed, each child. Everyone had ;a t L B ROLLS we ate pleated/ accept

a delicious meal and singing "Blest Be the Tie good time and Deena received U.S.D.A. FOOD STAMP

Christian fellowship together. that Binds," closed In prayer lovely gifts.BROOKER COUPONSCenter
These youth enjoy leading by Paul Emery. ELEMENTARYFIELD
revivals. Plans are being The Adult Valentine Banquet TRIP / I Cut FRESH SWEET FLORIDA
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Mrs. Howard of School lunch- LOAF *OWU AU.M AT. MO W TI
ACADEMY GLASS room staff. The bus driver 3 L*CAM L*CAM -

was Mrs. Gale Colemen. $1.491b., 2 89
POWELL'S LIDDELL Chaperones for the trip were
Mrs. James Copeland, Mrs. -
Beauty Academy Dot Reid, and Leonard Booth. PFEIFFER rmnur] Mott's I; ;
Larn a ProUttlon In Your While these two classes [uHnnein

Spar Tim.. Full or Part "Glas For Ev.ry Purpo't." mentioned enjoyed Mrs.a trip Sher-the SALAD j APPLE mRYDAY
other rooms, ; lOW PRICE!
Tim. Star Fronts Mirrors wood, Miss Hill, Mrs. Jackson CORN
219 N.W. 10 th 378-2766 howrs Khan's
Tub Enclosures and Mrs. rooms, DRESSINGS j
Furnitures Top GlassReplaced enjoyed a Valentine Party. 1
These classes enjoyed exchanging -
EIECTRICMotor NEW LOCATION Valentines and plenty -
1228 So. Main Gainesville of delicious refreshments. $ ; ; 17oz
Repair Co. 80 440z 6lEveryDayLowPrice
Thanks to all the parents who % / 49C: '
372.8191 372.1102 JAR
Of Cainvill. Inc. assisted In any way. BTLS ; ; CANS
Repairing Rewinding Prayer List: Fred Me David,
Zulene Harrell Edna Hayes, a as
Nw And U. d
Myrtle Fletcher, Morris Dyal,
2816 M.W. 6th Ph. 372-8318
1lrs.Annie"Jernigan, Lloyd Every DayLowPriceSWIIT EveryDayLowPriceu. BonusBMy

Dukes, Mamie Stalnaker,Wil- GRATED
Long Distune Moving FOR SALE bur Barry, N. G. Hayes, Sr., RipeBANANAS WHITEPOTATOES Hard RipeTOMATOES
Storage Packing Sarah Kristi. Michael Edwards TUNA iA
Crating Shipping and Jim Keen. .2S c CAN*

Fr** Ettimat* Call :
LOOSE 4 / $1.OOj

State Dumps

Pantry Pride Mighty HighPIES j Pantry mRrOAr
t Bad FoodsAll .
Van Service, Inc. I ; I;

3540 H.E. Waldo Rd. C'vill BALDWINPIANOS that's rotten isn't i h 1 1 TearB

372-4271 Denmark,according to a repor t POTATO I I gs
ORGANS released by Doyle Conner pHkIPS 1 rrfArA, )PEACH AND CHERRY 1 >
AUTO SALES SERVICE Florida commissioner 01 9oz. Twin ; 'rrwrflrr 100

GMS. INC.J Inspections of food stores an( FROZEN 59 C COUNT
4Jwu" plants during 1972 resulted I ii 384 ; 68

destruction of over four milllorpounds 38oz ; BOX

J iiiiii MUSIC Co. Conner said.of bulk foodstuffs I

G'vill. Shopping C.n. I EveryDayLowPriceALCOA m EveryDayLowPrice g EveryDayLowPriceDELMONTE BonusBuy
Factory Authorised 372-5351 FOOD INSPECTORS issue<) =p 1 JEWISH RYE >
Pontiac 2.228 orders to destroy bull t FMOZIN IKKAOCDEveryDayLowPrice I PUMPERNICKI.E
Sal... Parts*S.rvic. foods, and stop-saled 1,855.074pounds 0 SHRIMP
210 N. Main Gainsvlll, Fla. of bulk foods he said PEELEDTOMATOES BREAD

372.2583TRAILERS During the year. 2.210 stop-sal'' L1g JUICE TIDBITS_ _
11r., MttlU Hunt trders were issued. ed _

l."lr I S.ffll.", Inc.Authorised Food inspectors checkei en

more than 120 million pounds o r
poultry during the year ii I
For Evans-ntrthem| ,routine inspections of 54.353

2920' N. E. Waldo Rd. Siegler Hooting & food stores and 16,299 foot( 'tWryDaylowPtkc IbrcryDiyLowPrk* EvcryDlyLPrke ICvcryDayLowPrk* >ryDylowPrk IvvryDayLowPrkc iMryDaylowPrk
Calnvill 3760691S Air plants. Plant inspection:! HOSTESS Pantry Prld DIAL PANTY $$KING SIZEBREAD
co-Rental. Equip. averaged about 1,850 per montl h VAN WHIP Hand BodyLOTION SPRAYDEODORANT
Rntalt a* lows $4.30 pr Accttoris Suppli and store inpsections average .... ... TOPPING ".,HOSE..;::
nbout !S.OOO month. "
day Hitch. Intalld-Cam' Parts and Service per PAIR OO
*1 '' s2/$1 1.a4c V.J
plot. Ihe..Vh. Srvlc Dpt. IN.\imir': to food store: tQ.E'E: : ; :. 99c c ::

For All and; plants inspectors check
)..1 Ur Fan. (Country Air 4500 N.W. 6th St. Goin.svilli 150.1! ; school lunchrooms durinthe g

Shasta, Aircraft K.y.ton. 378.8902 :vear. J.BROOKER .

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Papa 20 TELEGRAPH F.b. 22. 1973

NOTICE Southern Oil & Chemical Co.,
The School Board of Brad- Inc.

ford County, Starke Florida Starke Enterprises, Inc.
Legal NotIce "' .... 'IfJ. .... ,, 11'- offers for sale the following Starke Top Dollar Store, Inc.

building: Starke, Florida Congregationof
The Frame Hampton Train- Jehovah's Witnesses,
and PEGGY D. BARNETT room at the Bradford County NOTICEOF subject dissolution, and six- ing School Building, locatedone Central Unit, Inc.
Wife Court House at which time JOB OPENINGS ty days after publication of mile east of Hampton, Stations, Inc.
NOTICE NOTICE OF' SUIT all persons Interested shall Vacancies exist at the Florida this notice each such corporation Florida on the left of State T & T Apparel Co., Inc.
TO: PEGGY D. BARNETT, be heard for or against the State Prison for the following or entity that has not, Highway#18. Torode Oil Company, Inc.
Apt. 55, Botany Arms, Green- proposal, as specified in the positions: In the meantime filed Its This building may be inspected Richard (Dick) Stone
Public ville, South Carolina Zoning Code of Bradford CORRECTIONAL OFFICER report and paid Its tax will at any time. Sealed bids Secretary of State
HearingA YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- County.John $250.40 biweekly; 40 hour be certified to the Governorof will be accepted at the office 2/22 It

FIED .that an action for dis- Torode, Chairman work week; age 21; male; no the State of Florida, who of the County Superin- LEGAL NOTICEI

Public Hearing will be held at the City Hall. lution of marriage has been Bradford County Zoning experience necessary. will Issue such a proclamation tendent until 9:00 A.M. March will not be responsiblefor

City of Starke, Florida at 7:30: P.M. March 13, 1973. filed against you and you are Board MEDICAL TECHNICIANS- entity.solving Correspondence corporation or 6, 1973. The envelope shouldbe any debts made by any-
All parties will be heard at this time. required to serve a copy of 2/15 2tp 2/22 $250.40 biweekly; 40 hour regarding marked "Bid on Hampton other than myself. John
APPLICATION FOR CHANGE IN ZONING your written work week; age 21, male; ex- any corporation or Training School Building" the one Houck.
CITY OF STAPKE to It on GEORGE II88FIERCE, perience necessary.Any entity must Include the char- successful bidder will have Homer
Request has been made on the following from Com- Attorney for Petitioner whose NOTICE qualified person Inter- ter number Immediately pre- thirty ((30)days to remove the 2/8 3tp 2/22
mercial & Residential to Commercial. Described as address Is P.O. Drawer 1030, Gilbert Q. Crosley has made ested may contact D. E. Car- ceding the corporation or en- building from the property.
follows Starke, Florida, and file the Application to the Bradford ter, Personnel Manager, Flo- tity. The School Board reserves Jim TempleSuperintendent

NW 1/4: of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 and S 1/2 of SE 1/4 of original with the Clerk of the classification County Zoning of Board for re- rida State Prison, P. O. Box Anco Enterprises, Inc. the right to reject any or all 2t 3/1

NE 1/4 West of Hwy 301 except R/W, Sec. 32-Twp 6 S. above-styled Court on or before described below the from property OR to 747, Starke. Fla. 32091. Barry (Andrew J.) M.D.P.A. bids.
Range 22 E. West side U.S. 30. Approximately 18 acres. February 26th, 1973, Rl-C. 2/22 :3t 3/8 Blinding Vocational Training
otherwise a Judgment may be Center, Inc. WE ALSO SELL
Property location by or near following: That portion of SI/2 of SW
Located Just South of Sterns property on West side entered against you for the relief Bradford County Abstract
demanded in the Petitionfor 1/4 ofo'E! 1/4 East of Hwy NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Company THE BIG ONES
U. S. 301.
301 Ex E 210' Ex Drainage in
To be used as: Over night trailer park and recreational Dissolution of Marriage. DISSOLVE CORPORATIONS Bradford County Economic Agency 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass
WITNESS my hand and the Section 25, Township S Range AND ENTITIES Inc. 1966 Chevrol.tlmoala
area mobile home park. V8 Engine Automatic 4 Dr. Sedan, V-8 Engln. AulomntIc -
All Parties wishing to be heard must be presentat seal of said Court this 23rd 21 East. Notice is hereby given under Bradford County Historical Trans- Tr n.mi. lon Air Condition.
this time. day of January, A.D., 1973. This chance In classification provision of Section Society, Inc. (The). Air Condition R"-iio Radio and H :..
L. M. Gaines Gilbert S. Brown Clerk is subject to a public 608.36, Florida Statutes, to Bradford County Volunteer & Heater. $595 $2O95
Chairman Zoning Board Bv: Beulah M. Moody, hearing to be held on Tuesday each corporation or entity listed Fire Department, Inc.
Merrill Edwards Deputy Clerk Feb. 27th at 7:30 PM in below, the same being Brooker Development Corp. 1969 MGB GT. 1968 Ford XL Cony.rtlbl.

City Clerk, City of Starke GEORGE H. PIERCE the County Commission room incorporated under the laws D & G Masonry, Inc. 4 Cylinder Engine, 4 Speed V8 Engine, Automatic Trans
2/22 3t 3/8 Attorney for Petitioner at the Bradford County Court of Florida, that according to Eddy & Harley Pulpwood Inc. Transmission. Radio A mission, Air Condition. Radio
House at which time all per- the records of the Depart- Equity Services, Inc. Heater $1695 & Heater $1095
2/14t 2/22 sons interested shall be heard ment of State each such corporation Lakeside Oaks, Inc.
for or against the proposal, or entity appears delinquent Lee-San CorporationLevy 1969 Chevrolet Coprlc 4 Dr., 1967 Chrysler NewportV8
NOTICE as specified In the Zoning for at least one year Construction Corporation V8 Engine Automatic Transmission Engine, Automatic Transmission
NOTICEIn Code of Bradford County. In filing its report and pay- Air Condition Radio Air Condition, Radio'

John Torode, Chairman Ing Its privilege tax under Merrill Construction Com- & Heater $1495 & Heater. $895
The Circuit Court of Flo-
provisions of Sections 608.-
Bradford pany, Incorporated
Public HearingA rida, Eighth Judicial Circuit, Board County Zoning 3205 and 608-332, Florida Statutes Ribault Heights Sewer & Wa-
In And For Bradford County. 2/15 2tp 222PAYROLL respectively; further, ter Works Inc.
Case No.MORTGAGE. under provision of Section Sanders Enterprises, Inc. 4222 NW 13th St.

FORECLOSURE ENVELOPES, 608.36 such corporations or Simmons & Harrell Farms, 376-4551
GUARANTY FEDERAL SAV- Bradford County Telegraph.Ph. entities have been classed as Inc.
Public Hearing will be held at the City Hall, OF GAINESVILLE, a
City of Starke, Florida at 7:30 P.M. March 13, 1973. corporation, Plaintiffvs- f
All Parties will be heard at this time. HOMER C. GOODMAN: and
CITY OF STARKE Defendants.
Request has been made on the following from Resi- NOTICE OF SUIT
dential to Commercial. Described as follows: TO: HOMER C. GOODMANand : I
A Portion of SW 1/4 of the !NE 1/4 Sec. 32 Township ETHEL GOODMAN, his Before invest
6 S Range 22 E in the City of Starke, Bradford County, wife you
Florida. West side U. S. 301. Approximately 40 acres. You, Homer C. Goodmanand
Property location by or near the following: West Ethel Goodman, are here- I.
side of State Road 200 Road 301 South near Standard by notified that a Complaintto

Service Station and Longhorn Cafe. foreclose certain mortgageon hundreds of dollars
To be used as: Mobile Home Park. the following described r

All Parties wishing to be heard must be presentat property, to-wit: ,
this time. North; half Nl/2).: ) of Northwest ; }
L. M. Gaines quarter(NWl/4)of South

Chairman Zoning Board east quarter (SEI/4)) of Sec- in I
Merrill Edwards tion 3, Township 6 South, any encyclopedia :
City Clerk, City of Starke Range 21 East, lying Westof ,
2/22 3t 33CALL State Road No. 225 and

more containing has or been less.thirteen filed against(13) acres you, invest 49C: in a I:

perty, to-wit:
and you are required to servea
FOR BIDS Commence at a point where copy of your Answer or i

Sealed Bids will be received the West right of way line of Pleading to the Complaint on
up to and not later than- State Road 100 intersects South the plaintiff's attorney. New Funk Wagnalls" }
11:00 A.M., April 10, 1973, line of !N 1/2 of SE 1/4, Sec- George H. Pierce, P. O. 1,
in the office of the Business tion 33, Township 6 South, Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida,
Miuiiger' Union Correctional Range 22 East, run North and file the original Answeror J""
Institution! for the sale of 25 degrees West along said Pleading in the office of Before you buy anything as important as an encyclopedia, )ou should take it home and live \t:.
PIle Pulpwood and Pine Tim- West right of way line of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton with it for while. i\
State Road 100 290 feet for before the 26th of
ber on a lump sum basis. Hut the only can do that with most encyclopedias is the entire
way you by buying set.
The offering is comprised of point of beginning, thence con- February: A. D., 1973.If .
approximately 251)) acres. tinue North 25 degrees West you fail to do so, Judg- Not with the Funk & Wagnalls New Kncyclopedia.

The, e are generally workedout along said West right of way ment by.default will be taken Come in and buy the first olumc for only' 49<,. I If f you like. it. you can buy the remaining! 26

turpentine areas and areas line of South State Road 100, 94 against you for the relief demanded \olumes ( including index and bibliography/! >, a Mlumeor two a week. For only $1.99 each.
of to round be done timber by Harvesting the successful is- feet line of SAL Railway right,of thence way This notice in the Complaint.shall be pub- Naturally, this makes. buying/! an encyclopedia easier. It also makes. not buying/! it ea..ier.Vhen

bidder within the eighteen North 67 degrees West along lished once each week for you sell an encyclopedia) this way, it has to he good! enough! to keep. people( coming back for more.
((18) months period beginning said South right of way line four consecutive weeks in the I It t is.

July I.1 1973, thru December of thence SAL South Railway 7 degrees 214 East feet, Bradford County Telegraph The Funk & Wagnalls! New Kncyclopcdia) is the work!; of over 500<) scholars including! many '
31, 1974. Bids should be sealed Starke, Florida.
Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winners. j'j':
162 feet, thence North 89 degrees -
and returned In an envelope Done and Ordered at Starke
marked "BID FOR LUMPSUM East 223 feet to pointof Florida, this 23rd day of January It has over 7,000()() illustrations-including! a full.color'urlJ Atlas :tf.

PINE TIMBER: SALE to be beginning.has been .filed against A. D., 1973. It's hound in sturdy.clegant! covers to resist the ra\ugcs! of time and children. }3;J
you /sGilbert S. Brown
opened 11:00: a.m., APRIL It's not only thoroughly to date, but proM'sinns ha\c been made for '
10, 1973" and returned in suf- and you are required to servea Clerk, Circuit Court up! you to ;)
t! :lent time for the bid open- copy of your Answer or Bradford County, Florida r keep it that way. Funk. & Wagnalls! publishes annual yearbooks which hu '' J

slue ss Manager, Union Cor- Pleading to the Complaint on (SEAL) to keep your set as new as it is now. 'i j

ro: ional Institution, P.O.Box the plaintiffs II. Pierce attorney P.O. Drawer, Geo- George II. PierceP. A It's written in clear, simple : .. i i
rge O. Drawer 1030
221, Raiford Florida 32083.
2/8 3t 2/22 1030, Starke, Florida, 32091, Starke, Florida 32091 encyclopedia. It's designed! to help i-
and file the original Answeror Attorney for Plaintiff i > parents keep. up with children. *
Pleading in the office of 2/1 4t 2/22
And it contains inde,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the Clerk of the Circuit Courton many /!
Tire EIGJlTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or before the 26th day of hundreds of dollars more.

OF FLORIDA' IN AND February, A.D.1973. NOTICEIn ; In fact, the only! thing/! 011 ... t :
FO}; BRADFORD COUNTY. If you fall to do so, Judg- is a salesman. It's sold direct to
the Circuit Court Eighth )
ment by default will be taken
FJxOdATE NO.; 1-2096 ((73-
9) against you for the relief demanded Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn So come in and try a I
In the Complaint and for Bradford County Act ollr' elf.
ui re: Estate of SANDRA W. )
D.\\'IS, Deceased. Tills notice shall be pub- Civil Action, Case No. 73-25. I If f the salesman
lished each week for four JOHN McINIS, Plaintiff-vs-
To All Creditors once
and Persons will he richer for
.\ Having Claims or De- consecutive weeks in the GRACE MADELL'I.'ElcL: ;; t

maids- Against Said Estate: Starke Bradford County Telegraph, Defendant NOTICE OF SUIT: -- NO .:.:oI'I...,.... .""", i
You and each of you arehel'eb Florida. :;'. ".
Done and Ordered at Starke PROPERTYTO : : "s
notified and '
) requiredto :-;:-: '" "
Florida, this 25th day of January : Grace Madeline McInis, "'
present' any claims and CarolinaYou ;: ;::' ;-..
demands which either A.D. 1973. High Point, North .... .': ":. $ 1'
you, or ; \---'j. : : : .
Are I Notified that ; ; ;.
of "u have thee signed, Gilbert S. Brown Ilereby ,, ,': ., ...
against :
;>: may : :..
Circuit Court an action for Divorce has been ,...:: ; .. '.., .-. : ....
"te of Sandra W. Davis, Clerk .. :, ;: ::. : ,. ; :-::.. .

deceased, late of said Coun- Bradford County, Florida line filed Mclnis against. you and Grace are Made-required ,. ....;,j.' .' ...::.:,.:. ..:...."': .... ..........' '.:-:::'.. :, ..
t;, to the Circuit Judge of you .....N.. ;; ':: -.::.,, ...:: ';, ....::
Bra :ford Count, Florida, signedGeorge H. Pierce to serve a copy of your .i .......:.;.....::::...."'::.;:; :- .. :;:,;'::: :.: ..;.. :-:.. ...:..;,"\
written defenses, If to It, ::--;:. '... ", .'. .
P.O. Drawer 1030 any ".. ." ,;: ... i".
at -.l> office in the courthouseof .: : :: : .:. ,. ;;,... ..... : .,,',., .., \'\
Slid County at Starke Flo- Starke, Florida, 32091 on the plantiffs attorney, ,.,. .:::...:...;; ...:..: .. .... .. ;;'-.;, ,., .\
whose name and address is : ..:..:::-':.. : ",:, ', .: \, r
ri la, within six calendar Attorney for Plaintiff lion. Lex Green, Starke, Fla. '":!,\ '::::8':. 7 :" V
moi.ths: from the time of the .
and file the original with the -:"' ::::- ::.:::.' ':'- ,, .: ; ,
.. : ;
fist publication of this no- clerk of the above styled courton ,,, ...' ,, :-.", \
:- ,
2/1 2/22 : : ,,,
4t : :S' "
tir' Two of each claimor .. .
;i. copies .: .. .... .. FLA.'i
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or before :March 5, 1973: .. ;; ;:. ... :. .:.::;:.
in wri- .
demand shall be ..;. .... ";., ...,
otherwise a judgement may be ii/ = .. ..: \
tiy, and shall state the placeof : .::. : ::'.','
NOTICE entered against you for the l 4 4tiwry; lrti:: -,\" lv
residence and post office : : '.' \\\
: '
: .
Gilbert Q. Croslej'has made relief demanded in the com- :: : :; .
address of the claimant, andsli. : :' \
: :
Application to the Bradford plaint or petition. : ;: ::':;:;;::. "" ;
.->:i be sworn to by the claimant "-:" J' ,':..: '
: its agents or attorneyand County Zoning Board for re- Witness my hand and the ,.." .'t....'. .......\.
classification of the property seal of said Court on Febru- :.:;.:-... ... :: $ .
accompanied by a filing 's
fin of one dollar and such described below from Rl-B ary 2, 1973. .:.. ::; ., \\
Gilbert S. BrownAs ''s'::: '\II
c3 elm or demand not so filed to RI-C. .. ,.. '.. ,
Clerk of said Court :;. .. :: \\
S 1/2 SE SW .
of 1/4 of 1/4 ,
shall: be voil. .
": :,: :\ .. \ :-
By: Beulah: MoodyAs :.. .t \ ; :
of Section 25 ,
/s/ Collier As Township 5 : ''. .. ."
J.R. \v:
executer ,". ''' ': :;'' :: :
of the Last Will and South Range 22 East. Containing Deputy Clerk ................\......':::..'...... ,,,.:-...,
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;. .... .S; \ \:\ "-'''-'
20-Acres M/L. .
Testament of SAANDRAW.: DAVIS .. .. .,,:-:;. .\ .. ..u..
deceased This change in classification 2/8 4t 3/1 ..".;: ,.......... :;:;.:;..:::....::: : : : ;: :::
First publication Feb. 8, is subject to a public "".,..,\.......,....... \ ..;.:.:.-:.:.:.-...;,-.;....:.:: ;: : ; : : ;

19:3. hearing to be held on Tues- NOTICE ,\ :\\\\ E-:::::::. :: ; : : :; ;: :: :
2/8 4t 3/1 day Feb. 27th at 7:30: P.M.in : Gilbert Q. Crosley has made \:, !I ... _'" _..;. : : ; : : ;

the at County the Bradford Commissionroom County County Application Zoning to Board the Bradford for reclassification :t ; : i i : l 1.

In The Circuit Tivirt nf Flo- Court House at which time of the property

rida Eighth Judicial Circuit all persons Interested shall described below from OR to ;; :::;; : ; :; ::: : I
In and for Bradford County, be heard for or against the Rl-C. :: ;: ;
Civil Suit.CHARLIE. proposal as specified in the Com. 50' East of Centerof
R. BRASWELL and Zoning Code of Bradford St. Rd 200 & 25' Southof :\
of Gr. Rd. RunE
SYBIL E. BRASWELL, his County.John Center
wife Plaintiffs' -vsJOHN Torode, Chairman 495.9' along Gr. Rd, S .
BROWN and SHIRLEY: Bradford County Zoning 210', E 210', j210'; to S
Board. Side of Gr. Rd. to SAL R/W,
BROWN, his wife Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT 2/15 2tp 2/22 Sly along W R/W 694.26',
Nwly; 1018.99' to E R/W of
: NOTICEIn ; St. Rd. Being In Sec. 10, Twp. F
SHIRLEY M. BROWN, his wife
You, John Brown and Shirley The circuit Court of Flo- This change in classification ,
M. Brown, are hereby rida, Eighth Judicial Circuit,
notified that a Complaint to In and For Bradford County. is subject to a public
foreclose certain mortgage on Civil Action. Case No. hearing to be held on Tues-
the following described pro- IN RE: The Marriage of Ver- day Feb. 27th. at 7:30: PM
In the County Commission
non R. BARNETT, Husband


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F.b. 22, 1973 TELEGRAPH Peg 21

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,,, Quantity Rights 4i S&H Green Stamps

CITIZENS Reserved '
1 Low Prices!
r V" I 6 COPYRIGHT 1973

Competition for the title of Weekly Specials!
King and Queen of Hearts was tPPIr
keen. This year all members I
wrote and read a few lines a- Ai ,
bout Love and Valentines. The k'?
response was enthusiastic.
Original lines were varied, t
beautiful and very funny, By
voting, the members chose '
Bill Richards and Lucy Tucker -
who were crowned King and | i
Queen Senior as this Citizens.year's most loving 1) b

Helen] Valentine Egan decorated '
them with ]lavalieres
of lace-trimmed hearts and \.'\:..
poem flowers inscribed.i with a Valentine love BEEF PEO

Alex and Emma Morton donated 430 W. MADISON STREET, STARKE, FLA.
ice cream In honor of PRICES GOOD FEB. 22 FEB. 28
their 5th Wedding Anniver-
sary, Feb. ]19. Many happy Delmonico Steaks $239 Whole Ham LB.78C ar'.M r
returns of the day. Mary Allen -, . y I
thanked the members for
all of the kind cards and wishes -
for a quick return to good Rib Steak $169 Smoked Ham LB.83c
health. We also thank every- LB. .


trying my, hard notes wife,and Doro and we little 1y.both She giftsto hope is Ground Chuck . LB $1" Fried Chicken 2 PKG LB $149] t;

to join our meetings and enjoy e,' 913 3 01 00 tea! .A.-
your good companionship.It Strip Steaks 10 $10 Beef or Turkey 3 PKGS. $1|
was good to see :Marian W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE
and Harrison Batchelder. FRESH HALF OR WHOLE RIB W D BRAND ALL MEATDinner
They both have had a rough Pork 1
Loin LB.98c Franks
time recently. We hope their . PKG.89c j
troubles are over and that CHUCK
they will be hale and hearty W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
again. Also best wishes to
Lewis Smith who is pullingout BONELESS CHUCK
of an attack of the flu. W-D BRAND I ,
Perly Thurston, 89, is in St. ROASTPER
Stein, 85, will be short time U. S. CHOICE
patient at the University Hospital y
Gainesville.:\ Bailey,
former club member, is in SAVE
, Bradford County Hospital.We .
are sorry that Gene
and Georgia Kajburn, Rec. 21c
f Mrs., left to take a new job 88..
i in :Miss. They were very co- SAVE PER LB.
) operative, considerate and
helped us in many waj's. We, fl 29
( Sen. Cit., wish them and their IB. 69' 10C LB.
family much success, good $
health and good luck.
Letters were sent this weekto 21c W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
e Senators Bob Saunders,Jim p)1
'. Williams and Hep. Frank\\11- WHOLE Chuck Steak . LB98c
Z Hams containing 15 points of 5 9
the Congress of Senior Citii SAVE 20c W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF

;''I, zens'Iajor Goals. : Legislative LB. California Roast lB $109|

f; \\n urge all State liepresentaties W D BRAND PUREGround
'I In I I'la. to support this LB.
)a program Beef 3 LB $249
'' PKG
; \\ord from Washington indJ-
,I cates severe cut-backs in Social JUMBO VIVA
l, Sen Ices for the aged
and poor. \\e must unite all
Clubs In an Xrea Council to SAVE 25c GREEN GIANT
and defend the rightof !* SANBORNCoffee I 17 01. $
protect CHASE TowelsLimit Peas 5 100CAN
Senior citizens. These Its. . . CANS ,

questions will be discussedand . . 79CLimit SAVE 20c THRIFTY MAID '

meeting acted, Tues.upon, at Feb.our 22 next, at 1 or Chase more&purchase Sanborn excluding or Astor coffee cigarettes with $7.50 4 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettesSAVE Peas . . 6 CANSSAVE 16.01. $1] 00
1 p.m. Pratt st. let's join 20cAstor
together to help ourselves.Joe GRAPE OR

Kerrigan Coffee . -. . CAN 69e die VpplOj Jelly . 2tt: 39c
I I Plastic
J Letters & :Numbers for interior
.r. and exterior use. All sizes, co- 3JAR: 48C 34c Cascade . %s: 89
}; lors.Bradford County Tele Mayonnaise . . $
; graph.Jacksonville. SAVE IOeMayonnaise
3201 Liquid BOTTLE $149
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"v: 44C STOo Catsup . ROLLS 17
{ DirectoryAuto SUPERBRAND QUARTERSMargarine Corn . 5 CA S $1 1

!Sales and !Service . . 5 PKGS.1 LB. $1 100 SAVE 33c THRIFTY MAIDPeaches Chili VAN CAMP & Beans 3 I I'N' *100 1

Parri.h Motors 4 29-oz, $1, White TANS $1
IAIFS / J Fresh Eggs . .2 DOZEN $100 C ANS Acre Peas 3

i w PARTS _VOLVO_ Bread 4 $1 100
.111Tom. Family LOAVES

Alwcyi Good l'.td Cars
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OIK;.\>s Apples . FOR
Mall 388.8519
, 2929 N. W. 13th Gainesville 49-0& 49-oz. 5 LB 49C Clam Chowder 3 SIZE $1
' FURNITURE KGr 48C PKG. Oranges . BAG
,; . LB 19c Krunchees. 3 I $100Orange

,..' Complete1 Household Furni thing* '.:,.----- LB. Juice 3 SAN"S sl 00 RUSSET BAKINGPotatoes . 2 HEADS 39c DIXIE Potatoes WHIP 2 BAG39c:

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: Cottage Cheese Meat Dinners : Sandwiches:1: Colonial Cake Deviled Crab ;
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TELEGRAPH F.b. 22, 1973

May Sand Solve Pines Property Sales Total $311,126 In December

... ., of Starke Subdivision sold by Vernon 29 acres sold by Lester Leachto liam Brown of Hampton for
A.W. King
listed parcel of land in sec. 247-21 and Mr. and Mrs. James Leach $5,000.Lot .
ReforestationProblelllS The last month of the year Individual totals are : Starling to the JEA for $7-
$220,800, sold by Mr. and Mrs. Fos- for $3,500. for $5,000. 68 at Crystal Lake
for Jan. $269,800, Feb. .
In Sec.
In seventh place A of land
ended amount of land March $192,800, April $245- ter R. Hayes to Mr. and Mrs. parcel Mr. and Mrs. 000.A parcel of land containing Lot 23 In Woodlawn Subdiv- Ilomesites sold by Mr. and
the highest 7-21 sold by
Richard II. Buhler of Gainesville ision sold Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carl Nibert to Mr. and
sales In Bradford County In 036, May$838,393,June$331- Foster R. Hayes to Mr. and 55 acres sold by Lester Leachto by
1972 totaling over $311,126 966, August $391,198, Sept. for $44,000.Transactions Mrs. Richard II. Buhler of James L. Leach of Starke Stanley Crawford to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schaefer for
Nov. totaling over Mrs. MC. Roberts of Ral- $7,500.A .
to deeds $741,098, Oct. $331,450 for $5,000.A
according to stamps Gainesville for $44,000.
December $1,000 In December are: ford for $12,000.A parcel of land in sec. 34-
$343,538, and parcel of land
Clerks SR-16 containing
The sand mightbe
lowly pine filed In the County A parcel of land on
A parcel of land In Starke parcel of land In Hamptonsold 6-22 sold by Barrett Concrete
sold Lester
$331,126. acres by Leachto
the solution to the prob- Mr. and Mrs. JohnA.
office.At sold by Mr. and Mrs. J.A. sold by by Mary Singleton, Shirley Products, Inc. to MI".and Mrs.
lem of reforesting millions the end of the year the Highest month in the year Torode to Mr. and Mrs. Mable Lewis of Starke for
Bell to Mr. and Mrs. Wil- of Starke for $8-
1972 was September when the $5,000.A Norman, and Carl Den- Carl Hurst
of acres of Florida land. total amount of money spent Sam M. Griffis of Starke for
According to the Florida for land In transactions that land sales boomed to $741- liam 11. Edwards, Jr., for $12,000.Lot parcel of land containing nison to Mr. and Mrs. Wil- 000.
professional Division of Forestry foresters many who $4,712,997 totaled over Bradford$1,000 was County.over; to 098.a The few transactions large total Is of due the Street$8,000.A parcel wold of by land Mr.on and Eighth Mrs. vision 53 sold In by Parkwood Mr and subdi-Mrs. :.-.It'_"'_-__.----.Jt--.l__ _____-____ _____n__""___ n _

have worked with this hardy All the months and their same expensive piece of land. Willie E, Green to Mr. and John A. Torode to Elaine Grif
fast-growing species feel thatit The biggest month in 1971 fis of Starke for $16,666.A .
Mrs. Robert Lee Conway for
holds much promise for the was October when the sales to $10,800. parcel of land containing The Ultimate Name In
future. near the half million dollar 20 acres sold by Mr.and Mrs.
Block one in M.F. Wiggins
These views were expressedat Mineral mark, hitting $494,886. Douglas I'ertig to Mr. and
Subdivision sold by Mr. and
a recent "Sand Pine Symposium Highest transaction in December Mrs. M.F. Wiggins to Mr.linsinrssnicn Mrs James Sheffield of Starke Cooking Ranges.MAGIC .
," held in Panama City of 1972 was when a for $3,000.A .
attracting experts from all Production '1f,7q parcel of land containing I
over the South to discuss this r' 20 acres sold by Mr and Mrs.
tree and its potential. f Douglas Fertig to Mr. and
A major area of concernto IncreasesMinerals Mrs. Robert Sapp for $3,000.
foresters is northwest I'lo- Parcels of land on Lake I
rlda, where millions of acres Geneva sold by Double Eagle, CHEF
of once-productive longleaf 1(1, Inc. to Geneva Shores LID,
pinelands are now covered produced in Florida eA *S for $34,000.Lot .
with scrub oak. Similar prob- last year were valued at nearly f fw five in Smokerise Subdivision I
lems are experienced in the $400 million. an increase of $50 + sold by Lake Proper-
reforestation program at million or 15 per cent t over total + ties, Inc.. to ,Mr. and Mrs.
Camp Blanding and other sand value in 1971, the Florida State Kenneth Miller of Jackson-
hill areas of this North Cen- Chamber of Commerce reports rr,r('C' n ville for $8,000. The Economical Way To CookIs
tral part of Florida, now The chamber said in its :: : 1'", \11\'"\\\nf' rr .<,. 1 A parcel of land containingfour
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covered with scrub I : 1 ) \ ,..
largely 1O'I'V'I ,,, acres on SR-18 sold by
Weekly Business Hcview that of 1 I"" ""
oak. ,Mthough scrub or tur- I '1 Iti' \\\\\t( \ .
the $1965 million worth of OW"I Mr and Mrs. Lester Sladeto A Magic Chef Gas Range
oaks have food and shel- l'l't
key minerals produced in Florida \( \ ," Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brownof I
ter value for widllfe they phosphate led the pack with 32 t I tt& Altamonte Springs for .
nave no commercial value for V
C11RU5' $16,360.A .
million tons of marketable rock { i925. -
I :
the landowner.Two FEBRtQR parcel of land In sec : -- .. i
"alued at $172 million. This
strains of sand pine j
I 1-6-20 sold by Mr. and Mrs. I rt'
three million tons and $20 ttttltll/rt'IN
are found growing In Florida: Fernie Moody to Mr. and Mrs. ,:
the Ocala and the Choctawhatchee. million higher than 1971 totals I IOTIIKR II! R Troy L. Laug of Jacksonville
The Ocala strain is best I I for $3,700. FEATURING : V; F ,
known as the dominant spe- ",\\( CVU'.SK for the ] Lots five and six of Indian I I i I
,ies in the Ocala National increase in mineral productionvalue I Beach Subdivision sold by Mr I L .' .I ,
I orest. and Is also the one in the state was the I and Mrs. Gene Adams to Mr. 36" Range -
found mostly at Camp Bland- shortage of cement brought on ; j1 and Mrs. E, Harris Meadows,
ing. The Choctawhatcheenow by the record high levels in Jr. of Lake Geneva for $23-I 4 Burners F-:
grows principally in North- (construction" noted Ronald S 9 & 300.
west Florida, and appears to Spencer .Jr. executive vice A parcel of land In sec. 19- *
be the better of the two strains president of the chamber 7-22 sold by R.J. Williams to Lift Up Top
because it is easier to re- The Review said cement ., Mr. and Mrs. Eugene B. TayI I I
generate. production rose 9 per cent to 2.6 .rw.. ttL lor for 13500. Storage !
While the Ocala pine requires million tons of protland and A parcel of land in Para-
Intense heat (some- masonry cement while value dise Shores sold by Mr. and Compartment I :'
times fire) before cones will
Mrs. Frank Ilgen to Mr. and
increased 7 per cent from $56
open to release seed for another Mrs. J.D. Erwin and R.C. ''I
million in 1971 to $60 million last Broiler
stand of trees, the Choc- Polhamus of Gainesville for
tawhatchee cones will open year 6300.
under normal conditions.For > x d 1y A parcel of land in Starke \.'. 'I, r
.IIUJI\.S ''H'II.IH\: .
this and other reasons, I
sold by the Bradford County
\\', W. Hood, Camp Blanding boom last year with its scarcityof : % .,. a Volunteer Fire Department to \ I, --
forester, says the Chocta- work stoppages caused the \ -
Mr. and Mrs. Conley S. Bushof --
whatchee strain is now being construction industry to bring Starke for $4,000.
used for plantings at Bland- on a demand for cement Lots one, two, and three
tng, with close to a million roughly double the state's
seedlings of this variety being production capacity" Spencer In Santa Fe Shores sold by $19900
planted there in the past added Sophie L. Wolf to Mr. and
few sears. The Choctawhatchee Citrus: Ifcek, February 1925I Mrs. James W. Robinson of
grows straighter and Caster Melrose for $6,000.A .
than the Ocala strain, I Hood trlbutlon at production cost parcel of land on Eighth
says, and grows well as an to landowners. 'I I sunshine 1'| ,"rl. I.. .Hi. 11,11 tit-i".lr in Street sold by A.L. Leachto
under-planting with the already Landowners In this area I I'lorid.r'! s \1"....\ 'I IMC. krrp| II I l'lud" ('it..II".k.. !Mr. and Mrs. I George: Man- SAWYER SLADE GAS
established scrub oaks."iuid may obtain seedlings from I.1IOting"( i.. Hit iiiissi} r on I 1'"t'.ln.. .I'l.-'"> 'I'lir ,.innii.il dich for $13,000.A -
: pines, of both strains, Andrews :Nursery at Chief- Ilir \isinl, nil limit In.,\lit\ hMiss ,\ sl.ilruiili' s.ilnlito! lh<> utrtisMidlist parcel of land in Wood-
have considerable commercial land for approximately $7 per I/,1 I \ninltc liihiisiin ul lI l IN *.'\ rlaprd| flltlllpinm.lins lawn Subdivision sold by !Mr. 332 W. Madison Starke, Fla.
potential, particularly thousand. 'Ihey may be planted \,111I1'I i wlio is suini'tliinj; nf a of. I the I Florida and Mrs. Vernon Starling to
foi use as pulpwood in the safely until the end ofFebruar \isii.il, nil hiisiirimrllc' is It.iiiKrisssoc i.ition. and Ihi- Jacksonville Electric AuthorItv 964-7701
paper maKing process, and > i i in' i n it I u c: Florida I I I I 1I"Iatlll".1" of ('ill'UN for 17500.
the quality of their wood for A parcel of land in Woodlawn
'use is lumber is about equal
{in I ihat of the better known
Sand pines also require very

(iah'little and in growth.be land site underplanted with preparation The good growth on survival,scrub rate and, SaW er-Made Gas//EATING HEAD t tt

generally: is about a cord

per Because acre,per there of)ear.its is also bush agood appearance t R TER S I


l IH developed for the sand
pine is a desirable Christmas -

tree.and .
pines grow well on CLEARANCE
Jeep sand; sites, and are said -
ii., outgrow longleaf pines on
pOOl sandy soils. YEAR ENDZ J..c :

I rile Choctawhatchee strain .

diseases is. highh, and resistant mans protes-to tree t :ESALE t

110114] foresters feel that it

itiiDC millions of the acres keto of maKing forest 120_ Years Serving This Area! | \\\\m\\ We Can Save You Money How! *

1 and more productive

produces I In Division bout of five Forestry 1 million Your Home As Warm As A All Winter f
1 '' uwhatchee !s..nd pine Keep Sunny Day Long
seedlings annual 1for dis-


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optional coverages with bro.
ad fire 10 ceiling and spreads it back 7 Outlets With 95 }
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Per cent to 20 per cent pr,. t you ne.dit. Economical to ''i

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business firms to concult ab- at Small Extra Cost. !Iy F

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Forest Academy;; : Orlando; ; and Mrs. Robert Rosier,I
SCHEDULES Tuesday. Mrs. Wells and Miss and family. the weekend with her were dinner guests of Mr.I H
a Grace United Methodist Terry remained with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wain- L A W T E Y Elisabeth Terry grandparents spent Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Vernon Starling and 1 UMr.
Church: Sunday School 9:45; Wyrick, at which time Miss wright and family of Way- By J. F. Robertson, on Sunday family on Sunday.
a.m. Worship Services a.m., Blanchard went on to Cairo cross, Ga.,were dinner guestsof mother, Mrs. Bryant Ked- evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore
and 7 p.m. MYF Monday at Ga. for a visit with friends their mother Mrs. Truby end with their grandparents dish. They are employed by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Padgettof visited their son and daugh-
7 p.m. ,followed by Choir Mr. and Mrs. Milton Slngle- Walnwrlght on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vade- Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wllkl- the Baker County School BoardIn Lake Wales, spent the week- ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
Practice. tary until Thursday. She returned Mr. and Mrs. O. J, Boy- nals, of Wonnsocket, Rhode son Sr. Macclenny. end with their brotherinlawand Chuck Moore and new baby,
to Tallahassee on ette, Sr., of Lake City, were Island, arrived by plane on Mrs. Floy Bennett was a Mr. and Mrs. John Tye, sister, Mr. and Mrs.Harry In Lake City, on Sunday. Mrs.
Highland Baptist Church: Thursday and was a luncheon 1- Saturday overnight guests of Monday and will spend a week dinner\ guest of Miss Debbie Jr., and daughter, of South Wilkerson. Moore remained for a longer -
Sunday School 9:45: ; Worship guest of Mrs. Wyrlck their son and daughter-in-law with their brother-in-law and Phillips, of Macclenny, on Daytona, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Beachof visit.
Services Meeting 11 ajm. and 7 p.m. and the ladies. Shortly after Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette, sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ben- Wednesday.Mr. Tommy Talley, of Gaines- Jacksonville, were dinner Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayes
Prayer Wednesday lunch they returned home. Jr., and family. jamin McCulley and family. and Mrs. Kay Stephenson ville, were recent guests of guests of their parents, Mr. of Hampton, visited their parents -
7:30: p.m. followed by Choir Mrs. Cora Hodges of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wiseof Misses Sherl Napier and of Houston, Texas arrived their parents Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. F. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Practice. spent several days Nabb, Ind., spent the week- Shellle Rowe, of Jacksonville on Sunday and spent a John Tye Sr. on Sunday evening. Teston and family, Sunday evening -
with her sister Mrs. Hester end with their coursins, Mr. spent the long week- few days with their grand- Miss Debbie Napier of Lake Mrs. Bryant Reddish and .
PERSONALS Hicks and other relatives and Mrs. Paul-- Lock--.. and-'- -fa--
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley Mr. Winifred Allen of Can

of Arcadia, spent the week ton, N. C., and Mrs. Blanche
end with their son-in-law and Phillips, of Waynesvllle N. CIGAAEITIS I Iqtr
daughter, Mr. and Mrs.Wayne 3 BIG DAYS riiiin
C., arrived Thursday and will [master charge] u
Massey, and family. 10. rrciti'ovn
spend some time in her home S
Miss Arthurlne Blanchard here. THURSDAY, FRIPAYA

Mrs. Ernest Wells, and Miss Herbert Starling of Ocala, SATURDAY w,um.
Elizabeth Terry were guests visited his uncle and aunt,
nt her: sister. Mrs. J. P. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rosier,, :

Wyiick'; of Tallahassee on on Mrs.Sunday.Ruth Stelnhouser and 1\ Proof Our Prices Are Lower !

fills.Bradford mv; 1-T.wsJ.:; Ball County Point Tel 110- Miss, Ruby visited Lee their, of Jacksonville cousins- Here's

graph. Mr. and Mrs. O, J. Anders,
on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Brice, .MMIIV VISCOUNT fTOU.I .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas

and family, Mrs. Barbara
Harris and baby, Mrs. Flos
sie Rosier and Calvin l Kirkland -

copies attended special ser- &
vices conducted by Rex Hum- Tai i rv"
of one of theworld's bard in the Jacksonville Civ :rrr W'gjjr Ir.Yl/ r 1, h Yyit y n
ic Auditorium on Monday. 1 It i i- tact
well attended. AalYYY ri .
was 1. r ." .t
Harlan Smith of Auburn- iY
dale, and George Balsden of .m $ ; *$

Jacksonville, were dInner W $V ft1* f6ii ; guests of their cousins, Mr ??i

newspapers and Mrs. Oscar Carter, on i ;g Men's rv, V>

Thursday.Mr.. and. Mrs. Ernest Hew $\$ tf/'

itt and son, Jerry, of Talla ; I II jamous Maker

Judged the most fair hassee, spent the weekend will
newspaper In the U.S. byprolesslonaljournallsts their parents, Mr. and Mrs '..T.. tT4TY Dress Pants '* -..Vii ? B*
Arlie Dobbs. M.lMAIIH

themselves. A leading Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kel 1' Superbly tailored byNation's '9ai'' ', III G 6 I / ,t. ,ah eSi
1 *
International dally. One of ly visited their sister-in-law, i
the top three newspapersin Mrs. Cecil Whitehead In Me ypT No.1 1 Maker m pNr

the world according to mortal Hospital,Jacksonville, in assorted blends I/ III I ,
I III I ( ,f -
journalistic polls. Winner on Wednesday. of quality fabrics. ? 4I .y .:+
of over 79 major awardsIn Friends of Mrs. Fran] 1 'M'T Wide selection of ( I IT I/

the last live years, Jones, formerly of Lawtey, T styles and colors ( ( 1 J' + ;' leanserTWT.IM.
including three Pulitzer regret to learn that she pass ti' 4, to choose from. \ I i \ ; .

Prizes. Over 3000 news- ed away on Saturday In Ala S yS r" Sizes 30 to 42. -- \i _
editors read the chua GeneralIlospltal.
paper Monitor. David Hogue of Falrmount, A I Men's Short Sleeve Dress Shirts 17 Ft. Re-Web Kits
while spent Bab-0 Cleanser
Just send us Ga., on vacation
your several days with his brother t r Choose from wide osscvlment of fabric 1 100"o; heavy-duty polypropylene
name and address in-law and sister, Mr. and YOU'D. EXPECT TO PAY All Beautify old furniture by Lemon Fresh Non-Polluting.
and colors are your
blends styles easy-care
and we'll mail A. His sis SS J Bleov-lics stains' faster
you a Mrs. E. Massey. /Y away
UP TO $14.00 A PAIR or matching colors
all mixing
and fresh looking day
to neat
few free copies of the ter, Mrs. Massey, is ImprovIng .Y. TAY stay than over Disinfect- and
t Can be used wood metal
Monitor without greatly. EI aTT Sizes S, "M, L and 14'; to 17 on or deodorizes! 14 ozDucounl
Ode Dobbs of Lake Butler,
obligation. visited his brother and sisterlnlaw -

--- --- -- -- Mr. and Mrs. Ar- 88 Our Dr.eunrPner w ?J ou,
I Please Print lie Dobbs on Friday. 84'X Our Discount Pric 1. wD..J9c Pnei,
Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kel W..J.2T
... wD..3 36c
I Nome ly visited their cousins, Mr
and Mrs. Paul Seaver, in Jacksonville -
I Address on Wednesday. i IALTH BEAUTY AK>$

1I cityI -. ___ .. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moor :. .. ;i t ,.: .--- ..- :'-
visited their son and daueh OM OUR MSN'S BOYSJW>JDCriV Eagle 7Men's

Stale Zip ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs.Jim- Sheatter Ball Point Pen Portable Radios I G. C
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE my Moore and family at Orange lH-. JMen's Pocket T-Shirts \ G.E.
Park on Thursday. Famous Maker :? j'-j'.t... Q .2'4 speaker. Portable
MONITOR Full cut lOO'o cotton 'tlm.l' 3 .
i Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nor Walk Shorts I Includes carrying Mixer
Astor One : A
Box 12S station and Short sleeves paLe &
I man, Mrs. J. R. DeVore, < I Strop
Massachusetts 02123
Mrs. R. 11. Futch, visited Mrs Handsome "pocket Assorted Our earphone i Whip/ mix 01 sin
I .. Oiaaeom
2I9E Obed Pauley Riverside Hospital plaids, patterns @'; ,t 1 .colors SMLXL Battery Inc .i Easy-Gnp hundicSizes28.38.
I.----------i. i solids "rc' fs wee S. :.: 11
on Tuesday. Mrs. Paul T f Model '212 I .p Handy beater elector
One. Price f j
underwent surgery on Monday ,2,4-62- a M74
ey > w0' :':': : 's '
LYou'd. E.poclToPoy .4i. .,:. :. SAVE 1.OO 3 I SAVE 1.00

Friends of Floyd Norman, Up To P Band-Aid Clear Strips "'I r. I

and Mrs. Leonard S3.00 o Pair'' r .l SAVE 14%
son of Mr. SD ASS(. 94B. ,.,,d'I D'O"Dun'gm
Norman! regret to learn tha LMa Our 0
he is a patient in St. Vin wo.J.94'

cent's Hospital, Jacksonville. 296Boys' 84r OUc.PflcoVicks 2/100

Mrs. E. W. Williams and .... .... 5 lbs Granular
Wellborn and Mr '
of ,
Hal. 1 Gal Eagle
and Mrs. George SummerHi J; HTH Dry Chlorine
of Lake City, were Tuesda; Boys' Long Sleeve : jLRomilarVaporuh .
,, 2-Pc. Pant Sets k Controls growth of
their bro ijiffj Formula
of Cough
overnight guests 7 .*r.fWi Dress Shirts and con
i .r & effectively
ther-in-law and sister Mr. ; 3.1 'BSa 3 oz. olgoo
and Mrs. Hubert Priest. *v. Short sleeve, striped s 77'i cotton, 23'J. v.N ti ols black and mi kills any bacteria t

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shufon i shirt with solid color, polyester,45sort. ea% = .,;;. green algae J i\ Ou Di ..count Pncilwo
of St. Augustine, have move< I half-boxer waist pants. ed fancy patterns Due.Prl< I 79* DauVraer I ( Preventsathlete > 4.66

to their new home here, when Easy-care fabrics in > Sizes 6 to 16 w..J5 IIIee w..JU1S1- we I R"UILI l s foot ;:+_.- *, SAVE 15%
they can be near their mother assorted colors 47'MRMANINT < Our Ditcounf Prtco .* .
Mrs. John Shuford.Mrs \ I : w.a.96SAVE 'Your Choice' Aluminum Pans ;.
F J Joe Shuford will be remembered 1
SAVE 16% gWindproof
as Miss Lucille r i s
See Bill Gardner
mer.Mrs.. Luelle Tanner and Oral is 88 .
to see their wr 1 3 PMMAMIftlMH
went to Tampa '
TSM 1 Cake Port r 1 Qt. Eagle
Pricilla who wa l B. Round 1
daughter ?i4 y t
for Involved in an auto accident JO. treCnkePan Lighters A.T.F Fluid
your recently. They brought the PROM OUR OIRLV A LADIES' DIPT. 'O, Loaf wonder1Chrome J With Dexron

car back and plan to have> E. Pixza Pan Windproof lent'A' G LF General Motors
liteningpleasure it repaired near here. MrtOvid + Ladies' 10m Nylon L ( Girls' Nylon Jackets w F. Cookie Pan like \ For
durable approved
, Futch was with Prls- Pullovers D, r lasting
M With hood Zipper
hurt 1 1 s's! t case all automatic
: cilia, was :t Discount Prle* was
: the accident. Short sleeved \ t closure. Long l: 1. Up To7C'SAVE Wil* Out Discount Pi.5.Wo It, transmissions.Assorted
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rob'- A ribbed nylon sleeves 4-14 + t 69C
Riverside up to 25rS3r % 33% \ rl SAVE 28%
ertson spent Friday at colors Our Oi.counl Prie SAVE \l
Hospital with their son Sizes S, M, L ti \ 4 Oz Cardinal ;
in-law, Chas. Cowan, who underwent \
'\ surgery that day. SAVE 1.OO S \1 SAVE 31% F, LWos7F38cd m OW Pnco

Mr. and Mrs. G. L., Sapp Now 2/29c We..53cr
r Rudolph and family, were 2 96 / 1 ,
111L guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob a 1 AirCoolAutoSeats
lI1 Wooden Hangers
by Bennett and family of Holly Marti U...<::&
Hill on Saturday.Mr. 0 .counr I .d" ** A A Set of nn Ventilated
Jeans ,, I
Ladies' Flare Leg stuffed .
and Mrs. Chat lloov-- Pitt. Pimento treats
NEW er of Zephryhllls,were guest! r.x Tailored by Famous l for snacks or garnIshes .."(J ....... Suit' Hangers :,:1 I ti Keeps) during drivers the

NORELCOBEHINDTHEEAR of Mr. and Mrs. Luelle Tan rkYa 0.96 Maker 100'- cotton Product" of, Portugal.! / n B Set of f :oo
A hot months
AID ner and family on Wednesday Sizes S- 13, h .1 oz. 1 SkirtHanqers
They were also guest! .....,r- II B. J ahead. Assorted
38S( : _
FEATURING LONG of their brother-in-law an 'j/; .SAVE 13% ''wjeAuL'eACKSAVI C Colors,
BATTERY LIFE.MODEL van sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed May, p I THRV LASTPI up iSAVE 32%
Mrs. Edith Swinney was ar r C Set of T SAVE to 17% w
Up to 250 hours of comfortable son-In. / (cavnt pACt|
overnight guest of her ,ii D TrouserHangers i-
hearing on 1 battery! So law and daughter, Mr. an I Pru Wa..cumg. .96' wea J 8er
.economical to use yet deliver Mrs. C. A. North: of Jack %, / m Our Discount Price
rich clear sounds. Tiny sonville. Other guests on Sun: OM OUR SHOE DIPT.N Discount Prico' WaWo. -29

light weight reliable. ComeIn day were their sister, Mrs, r U.T.J7C"
be fitted for listening; S. L. Swindell, and sons;theh: >
pleasure today! parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johi I 1 I / J Cocoa Door Mats '' Bath Scalesi''f

, North and their aunt, Mrs,. New compact
/Vorel.rc"oe 23' xl3'i"xl
Walter Wellhousen, of Max .{M shape,
Metal bound
/iA4 'arAamauos vine c
I : and Leo. heavy i
Mrs. Carl Norman extra
Men'sDeck .
To find out mor obotil honrlna'lots 1 up tojv
and how Nofftlco M* : "
... Sneakers"i ::
hdpa -cavpo- Floyd Norman: in St. Vln .> n, f.r 1+
Dress Shoes
;A----------- cent's Hospital on Sunday. & Boys'Sneakers j Famous .Maker. Whit and assorted tiI'y.':: for every ti: wnut
\ Mr. and Mrs. Leon Star! Cushioned innersoles. nEEN
tI colors.
I with! entrance.t SOLD
Vinyl long
ing and Mr. and Mrs. Georg<, uppers wearing Low duck '.
top uppers ..Si .,7ftZ.
PHONE :1 Shuford spent the long weekend .. soles and heels. Assorted colors. < SAVI1.03 ,....l SAVE 22% SAVE 1.52
I styles.SAVEJ.OO .
with their brother an<) Choice ..
I ADDRESS ---t, sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sizes' 7 to 12 Sturdy & rugged 1.

I _' _..1| Earl Atlanta Denmark, Ga. and family, IJ:\ Our Docount Pnc m Sizes 9 to IS E 5 7 0.w:1:9i',:: : _: Our Ditcount w. ,(.1.. EW ,?i.cauof Our Pric 2 *

II wouU3PRFFaDAISAND11Mk. ( )._J! Mr. and Mrs. Lane Carter '.. wo. 4.94 W..J.96'

GAINESVILLE HEARING and family Miami, spen t
the weekend with their mother
AID CO. Mrs. Lois Carter.
2639 13th St. Jerry Teston, who Is employed '.: 312 W. MADISON AVE. IF YOU'RE NOT SHOPPING AT EAGLES

i. In. Sunhin Shopping Center by Container Corporation '. STARKE FLORIDA FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE. YOU'RE NOT YEAR ROUND
Next To Woalca376.0095or in Kisslmmee spen t k LAYAWAY PLAN..m. .
378-1942' the weekend with his parents PHONE M-7513; SAVING MONEY !
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Testoi.;
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Deadline for insertion Get Snoozer Tablets for a FOR SALE -- 1966 Buick
:5; p.m. preceding Thursday Monday safe night's sleep. Only 98C! 4 dr. sedan. Radio automatic r MOTORCYCLES 1 '''iihtts aii most ijowtchalni

before publication. MISCELLANEOUS I Andrews Pharmacy. 2tp 2/22 air transmission conditioned. ,Good heater tires&, Soles and Service FlAf law in th world for

- W ANTEI Used furniture,refrigerators PFAFFELNA. Sales Parts Service
washers.Dah one owner. 9647154. It $9995
Minimum Charge $1.75 mer's Discount House tfchg FOR SALE- 1972 (blue) Honda New Horn Nw and Used
(Covers 15 words) dles for any make or model nee- FOR SALEPhoenix canvas CB 450 motorcycle. Excellent WHITE"$49.SO USED IMPORT CARS
Each word over 15, 81 condition low mileage. Con-
stereo player. Dahmer's TYPEWRITERS, Adding Ma- camper trailer. Phone home HAl FlED AUTO
Loudon 9647334.
964-6670 tact Sonny up
All Classified Ads must be Discount House. tfchg chines & Cash Registers or office 9648049.
paid for in advance unless cleaned repaired. STARKE 2tp 31BLACK Itchg Parts &> Repairs on IMPORTS, INC. 1
you have established account SEWING MACHINES cleaned TYPEWRITER SERVICE 782- I 509 E. Univ.r.ityGainesville
with The Telegraph, in that oiled and adjusted In your 3020. 5t 3/1 POODLE: male or INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR all other make ntaehin.sNATIONAL .
event 5Q( extra charge for home $5.Vacuum Cleaner re- female puppy, for sale at Dah SELLING? 372.4373 Tr "
billing. ,Not responsible for tpalrs also. All work guaran- mer's Discount. ltchg + Extr.lllhtwsllht just S.9Ib.
errors wnen given over the teed.--Dennis E. Coggins, Ph. Reduce safe & fast with Go- CONTACT + Sheer power cuts through
phone and brought or when to the copy officeCLASSIFIED Is not typed 431-1428. tfchg Bese Tablets & EVap"waterpills" FOR SALE2 registered WE MAKE ALL 6"log In 5 seconds

Andrews Pharmacy.5tP horses 1 filly I gelding.Stutz GEORGE ROBERTS till W. Univ. Ave. MAJOR APPLIANCE + Great maneuverability has 10"bar.SulI..t.d
3/15 camper topper, long wheel
dialer i ptlciWeliht
base. 13'8" stump-knocker REAL ESTATE Gainesville Fla.
done; also plumbing, house REPAIRS lift cuttlns ittochminU
DISPLAY fishing boat. Honda 50 mini
wiring and some appliance
INSURANCEAT bike. Ph. 473-4435. Charles Zipperer 378-1355 EXPERT REPAIRMEN
work. Prompt service. Call r 4tp G3 McCulloch
$1.75 per inch 3/15 Associate
2 inch minimum -- $3.50 964-ROR7 5tp 2/28 REDUCED RATES CALL 961-8363

PART TIME- week- DOYLE E. CONNER 421 W. MADISON ST. United Farm Starke

Memorials Resolutions, Pro- end per month. Earn from INSURANCE AGENCY AUTOMOBILESUSED Agency Inc. Appliance Service HARDWARE
clamations. Card of Thanks $788.00 to $1600.00! per year. tchg.
Estate Broker
:4:>4.uUHnimum: ypto 50 Learn auto repairs, weld: m Three bedroom, living room, Reg. 323 BrownIe. St. 'TF. 108 E. Call St.
words. Each word o"r'SU- & radio. JOIN THE NATIONAL dining room,kitchen,one bath, Paul & Irene'FaulknerAssociates
80.IViy,. GUARD. Can you qualify utility room & Carport. Furnished Ph. 964-5311
? 720 Edwards Road. 2 1/2 mi. outside city,
tfchg. t FOR SALE ] FOR SALE1969 Dodge 1/2 two acres land. Very nice, 206 S. Water Street JIMMY MOORE'S
ton pick-up truck. Long wheel must be seen to be appre- Starke, Fla. 964.5065 Sin Spm
For Classifietl base, $1,000. Ph. 782-3319. ciated. PUMPSNEW
LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast I It WANT TO SELL OR
Ails In Advance with X-ll Diet Plan, $3. REDUCE High and dry in City. Nice BUY REAL ESTATE? MORE BOAT FOR AND USED
Increased costs have madeit fluids with X- YOUR MONEY
excess FOR SALELarge spirited Call Us For Best Prices
FOR SALE1970 neighbors, three br., 1 bath,
Road Run- SALES
for this newspaper
necessary Pel $3. Money Back Guarantee Reason-
for pony. Stark. Ph. 964.5791
to clarify its present at Koch Drug. 12tp45FOR pony able. Call 964-6558 after 5p.m. ner, 383 engine, 48,000 miles, dining room, living room, and Prospects Waiting tfchg PARTS
rules and adopt new ones for P/B, P/S, Altrans, new tires; utility room, large lot. ter SERVICE
Up Complete Outboard &
the publication of classified $1,600. Call 964-5117 after 5
advertisements! In its col- SALE1972 Suzuki 350 p.m. Itp Home and 31-1/2 Acres located Drive Service and Repair. De.p and Shallow Wells
umnM good shape. 4000 miles, also FOR SALE- Scottle 13' trailer on SRD. 100 South nome Complete Fiberglass Repair
All adtertiiements of this helmet, $600. Larry Oglesby. self contained. All alumi- 3 bedroom, CB construction.Land LONG CHAMP Custom built Fiberglass
nature must be paid in adVance FOR SALE-1964 Ford Galax-
964-5240; bordered two
tfchg num. Phone home 964-6670 or by paved Fishing Boats. Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT
unless an established le 500. Radio, automatic transmission roads and one graded road. Home
monthly account Is main- office 964-8049. 2tp 3/1 & heater. 4 dI'- and Building SERVICEON
tained with this newspaper. PLAY DAYBring ;)'ourhors- 1 owner. Real clean. Call 964- Materials
Mailing: and bookkeepingcosts es Wadsworth's Arena, every FOR SALE -- 2 bedroom 7096. $495.00. Itp BILL POWELL BROKER ALL MAKES
hate advanced making Sunday 2 p.m. Aiwa 18 & unfinished, furnished house. -WE BUILD- 0oooooooooooooCARL PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE|
It necessary to make this 21 Hampton. Games and Prizes. Extra lot. $3500.00 cash. 964-6461
adjUKtment Itp"ROOFLNG" Llllie Webb. 964-6909 after FOR SALE-1972 Vega Station OR Or Ours BEGGS
that Wagon A/C, radio-heater. Your Lot Or Ours."
It I Is much preferred 5 pm. 4tp 3/8.
classified advertising be $300 equity and take over WAYNE DOUGLAS Gulf Service PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
placed In person rather than Specializing In ------------------------- payments or best offer. Call ASSOCIATE FREE ESTIMATES
by telephone so as to avoid repairs and reroofing: All repairs LOTS FOR SALE In Southgate 964-6116 or 372-8492. lip Remodeling Repairs Moved 5 Blocks North
errors.7 f guaranteed 1 year. Subdivision. Call Marc Jackson 964-6593 Addition. 864 N. Temple Avers
Aluminum Carports, Patic 964-6078. 8tchg222LOTS USED
Awnings, Door I Hoods and Gut- FOR SALE1969 GMC 9500 Homes Bought Sold
3/4 series 238 Detroit- speed Traded
DI for your ters.mile North Roger's 301.Upholstery 9648350., & FOR SALE Starke Golf trans. Two speed axle, 20" ACREAGE FOR SALE964.M53 SAVE1
Country Club, ready for rubber, tagged & excellent Earn $307.20Min. PARTSFor
4tp 2/I'--.JII' building on or for Investment. condition. $5,800.00.782-3172 FRED DAVIS
n Per Month
Lots area 1/2
child's approximately
safetyNeedless after 7 p.m. Itp Hwy. 301 S. Starke BUICK PONTIAC
Reduce excess fluids with acre and larger. Paved roads EducationOpportunity TF < Was! I Makes (Of f Cars
Fluidex $1.69Lose weight only 3 minutes from town. GMC TRUCKS
childhood trage Dex-A-DIet capsules FOR SALE1970 Ford L- 24 Hr. Wrecker Service "
with Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5p.m. E A LITTLE RIDE CAN
dies could be prevented by $1.98 at Mitchell's Drugs. tfchg 9000, 250 Cummins-10 speed
responsible screening and ed 2tp 3/1 Roadranger. Sliding 5th wheel. Room & Board "noon's Hwy. 301 N. Waldo SAVE YOU ALOT3;;
ucating of baby sitters according
20" rubber & In GREEN COVE SPRINGSMustDng
tagged good Phone 468.1998 !
to Albert H. Domm FOR SALERegistered Angus Mobil. Horn i
Travel AndAdventure *
M.I-)., child safety specialistand WE GIVE SERVICEWe get calves. Phone 964-6114. condition. $8,500.00. 782- I oooooooooooeooocQooG
medical director of the results! List vour propertyfor J. B. White. tfchg 3172 after 7 p.m. Up SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES
Prudential Insurance Com sale with us. Call today. Expando Rooms & Add

pany. BILL POWELL, BROKER: FOR SALE1964 V/W., good In Stark On Rooms
"The baby sitter should be HORSE FOR SALESmall,
964-6464 964-6810 tfchg running condition $200. 1964 Phone 964-6976
or Sat
Free and
Delivery Up
as aware of potential dangers gentle gelding; six-years-old; Ford pick-up $225. Carl McKinley LET US HELP! MOBILE HOMES. IRC
and as capable of handling Gainesville 372.4838 100 MILE RADIUS
saddle, bridle, and blanket] ,
Lawtey Fla. Up
emergency accident situationsa FOR SALE- mud-grip tires $200. Phone 473-9629. Itp 2 Yrs. Active Duty BANK FINANCINGHWY We Handle Until They're SoldEvery

child'sDtr the 82514. Phone 964-6611. Itp 17 NORTH. EXOTIC CRUISESTo Home On The Lot

:;.-": own FOR! SALEPIT BULL & FOR SALE-1968 Charger BIT, Naval Reserve GREEN COVE 5/73 The Will' Be Sold
It; d E'r child and your home while PLOTT HOUND CROSS PUP- with 440 engine, with 72,000 Tel. 284.5001 264-7311 CARRIBEANSAlso At $300 Above Cost.
il Domm said you are still on the scene to pies. Call 473-3058 Key- miles. Just had new paint job. 2/154T 3/81
\\II I(':" Dr.Dommsugges discuss your child's needs stone Heights. Itp Call 964-5240 after 5:30: p.m. Airline Tickets Complete Set-Up
\.. t s and answer questions." he Asking $1,200 or best offer. and Tours 1650 N. Temple Ave.
that the said. Call 964-7449
-MA parentspend FOR SALE20 acres of farm A.J. THOMAS, REALTOR 964.7212 Starke, Fla.
Always leave a list of emergency
land. Lawtey, Fla. Call 782- MILLER In. TOWN FINANCE CO.
telephone numbers, in- *
.'t \ with cluding the number where 3297 or 782-2833. Immediatesale. Appraising And General P.O. Box 226 N. Temple Open Sun.

l A. ..... the sitter you can be reached the number Itp t HELP WANTED Real Estate Soles
q and the of a trusted friend or rel 1 @
child before ative, and numbers for the O'
nr.II. ))Albert omm leaving the fire department police department HOUSE WATSON'S OF VACUUMS 30 Years Experience In OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
house. ambulance
"Give the sitter an opportunity and emergency family doctor," Many brands of new vacuums VOLKSWAGENNew Florida Land Matters. 100 W, PH. 964.5606 --
to get to know your Dr. Domm said. $39.00 up. Used machines FASIIION CAREER & Used A Deal You Have Been fr: tl u
from $10. Expert Repairsall Tel. 96 -5701 ... ... '
: (
makes. Parts and Acces- Vivlane Woodard Cosmetics, Soles Service Waiting For) r.

.\. J.TIICWS-REALTOR sories for all vacuums. Built a subsidiary of General Foods 205 N. Temple Ave. 1972 12 x 65' 2 Bedroom 2 Baths Washer & Dryer
In Central vacumn cleaning Corporation is seeking the 1 Mi. North of the Mall Contains Central Heat & Air Conditioning
to distribute their
FKEDSVCKETT systems. 712 N.Main, Gainesville right person PAYMENTS
376-7110 prestige line in this area. GAINESVILLE ASSUME
\SSOCI\TE and I")ifk On "nn.l.i,. 4/73
Thorough training con- R Til DiUlc Mnn Sat Noon: "
tinued guidance to the one PERCOLATION TESTS
964-5701 OH!? 46S-1753 LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering who qualifies. Call Mickie

6x9. $3.19; 9 x 12. $5.98; Bridges, Jacksonville at 384- MARTIN CAMPERS Are you confused? Do you

3 3R, C'B, Plus Separate Apt., Barn, Fenced, Corner 12$14.95.x 12 Many, $11.50 patterns; 12 x and 15 only co- 3821 for personal Interview.ltp U.S. 90 West Lake City need help? Call me at PINEHURST

Lot, 5 Acres: Close To Town. lors. Dahmer's Discount. tf Phone 752.3723 724-5322, Jax, and I'll mak And Variety StoreWE
For Best Selection Of your test and help you with

3 3/R, LR, DR, Den, Carpets, Drapes, Modern C/B, In FOR SALE A well furnished HELP WANTED-Collector" atDahmer's TRAVEL TRAILERS your application for a Septic HAVE MOST COMPLETE
City Limits. camp In the Ocala National Discount. 2tchg 3/1 Tank. permit.

3 B/R, FrameS Car Carport, Tool Shed, 1 Acre, man, Griffis Loop or write HOUSEKEEPERMaid, 5 days TRUCK CAMPERSAND STARKE
P.O. Box 251, Starke, Fla. week. Must have TOPPERSFull Environmental
transportation -
Toward Gainesville. 3 tp 2/22 & references. Call 964- Planning & Testing.4T31. Also Complete Line Of Hardware & Drapery SuppliesHwy.

We Also Have Farm, Acreage, Waterfront, and Comm. 6756 after 5 p.m. Up Line Of Parts AndS.rvice 100 East Store Hours 7.11Of !
FOR SALE -- 3 bedroom, 7 Week
TP Days a
ercial Property. 2 bath unfurnished frame Starke
house central heat & air. AVON CALLINGTo M.rr.U and Chrlatina Deal T.F.
Carpet., 964-7833 after 6 buy or sell Avon Pro- :::::::::: : : ::::: ::::::::: 0. C. Cimts Nursery

r:':':':':xxXxxxx;:::;:::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::#::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:;:.:.:;:::::;:;:;:::::::::>:::::::::::::: p.m. 2tp 2/22 ducts Mildred call Henkle 372-0421, P. O.or Drawer write- ES:1 Fruit Thousands Trees, Shade of Plants Trees.

i"! BLake Geneva 32660. :::. :::: Evergreens, Camellias, HIPP '<5g. TRACTOR CO.Telephone .

j1 Sewing Machine |j j FOR trailer SALERenegade$495. Phone 13'home travel 8tchg 3/1 \\1 Plumbing C1 o.m: Mast in Azaleas.Cans Plant Roses AnytimeLANDSCAPING 372-3464

964-6670 or office 964-8049. WANTED -- Waitress for :
Iji 1111 2 tp 31MOTOROLA evening shift. Desert Isle ii k; COMMERCIAL 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starke, FARM MACHINESNew

Operators COLOR TV console Motel, Lawtey, Fl. Phone i::: ANDRESIDENTIAL ::: Floahame.659-2165 Hwy. 100 & Used

j 1 $250. Motorola Color 7823332. 2tp 2/22 i 1 f

WANTED r rE'perience Combo with new picture tube, 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441
$395.Dahmer's Discount. HELP WANTEDWoman" on m1 m1I
| 24 Hr. Service Gainesville Fla.
] ,
2tchg--3/1 caged chicken farm. Gather- 421 Ft. Frontage

ing eggs. Full or part time. |I PHONES I Business LocationOn
1; Helpful But =Not Necessary= 1m FOR SALEOne new mobile Rainbow Egg Farm, Grlffis "Where Service Is The Better Idea"
home gas furnace; one small Loop. 964-6263. UpWANTEDWaitress |:::1 Office: ) Ph. 964.8602 1:: Highway 301

Iii !Iii IiiN kerosene heater with tank] and f:: Horn 485-3751 ::
APply In Person stand. Florrie Brown, Hamp- for even- South of Starke; $16,000

ton. ltp ing shift. Desert Isle Motel, 1}j 1 with 29% down and balancein STARKE BUILDERSA
Lawtey, Fla. Phone 7823332.2tp : N. Grant St. 1, 2, or 3 years at 7%. Complete Building Service

11: WILL TRAIN 1111 1111I Whirlpool FOR SALE-electric 1972 Harvest range Gold In 2/22 I Starke, Florida.. 11; Suitable for restaurant, Phone 964-5270 219 Washington St.

excellent condition, $125.00. '::::: :: :::;:;:::;:;:::;:::::::::::::;:::::;oo: ::::::::::::::::;: motel, service: station, Scarke, Fla

Call 964-6431 anytime. Itp liquor lounge, or other CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL
I t ] ROSEMARY RUMBAUGH highway business $4.59
HAVE HUNDREDS of new 8- "The No Wax Floor"
track tapes for $2.98 and Completely[Installed Compare Ar $6.50 P.r Sq. Yd.
$3.98.--Dahmer's Discount. FLA. PhilpottAssociate
{r 5tchg 322TRAILER PH. 468-1287
FOR RENT12' wide Mobil


1 50 ft. 1970 Model Capella. B. White. Ph. 964-6114.'tfchg REALTORS Colors To Choo. From $A Q7Exc
1II1 Pump Included. Phone 782- Your Negatives COMPUTER PROPERTY' ..ds F.H.A. Sp.cHle.tion.Compl..ly W *f.f

t( Lake Butler, Fla. 3911. Itp MOBILE Pick your lot HOOWIo'ERS:from large! selection -- .COPYWORKINFORMAL FINDINGBox In.t.U.d 0.... Rubber Pudding Pr Sq. Yd. .

496-3601 ili FOR SALEDinette table, 4 $15.00 per In month several plus locations.Inter- PORTRAITS 14484, Gainesvilb The SHAG Carpet With The Now Loold!
chairs coffee table $35. Lar- 100,. ConHrtuou. Fit. Nylon
: ; est. Ph. 468-1551 or 9648331.4tp AND PASSPORTS Fla. 372-3616; After
:1- ry Tanner, Lawtey Fla. ltp 3/15. Hours Many Color To Choose FromCompletely ff OC
::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::V:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::;:;:. 376-6893 Inatallad Ovar Rubbar Padding P. Sq. yd. / a J

. I t