Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Ne. Jt TKur.Joy. March 1, 1973 Copy i

April 3 Vote Luxury Mobile Home Park \

Will DecideLiquor Application Left In Doubt :


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Set Tues.Bradford
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April 3 election has been calledon _

the question of whether to legalize rl County narrowly missed getting a $1,000,000

the sale of liquor in Bradford C oun- J a luxury mobile home park and shopping center Tuesday

ty. night and the outcome Is still In doubt.

lkrit31 The decision hung on a tie vote at the County Zoning
The Bradford County Com- mission that ended his organ-
mission unanimously adopteda ization's role In the matter. i Board hearing and was re-scheduled for action at a

resolution Monday callingfor Effort to have the sale of special meeting next Tuesday, March 6.
the election after Super-
visor of Elections Neva :Flynn liquor legalized in Bradford,' The project appeared lost when two members of
certified that2,420personssigning County is being headed by restaurant -
cards asking for the operators Gus Kop- the board. Art Kiefer and
election are registered vo elousos of ,the Garden Rest- Rex Smith, voted to Approve
ters. Mrs. Flynn said an additional aurant and Ron Caiman of ,, Jr the rezoning, while Zedralla-
66 names were disqu- the local Holiday Inn. Hearing SetOn milton and E. W. Hodges, Jr.
alified for various reasons. voted against It. A fifth mem-

Mrs. Flynn certified the pet" ber, Jerome Johns, did not
itioners' signatures In Just 4, vote, saying he had not madeup
one week. Jail his mind.

.t Mobile 0Rhort time later Johns
Law requires that the com- .
mission call the election with 4 { made a substitute motion,

In 60 days after it Is certi- Plans tabling the matter until the
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fied that more than 25 ...'" -
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cent of the county's regis- .. '
Home ParksA
tered voters request a vote. ., \ h i" .. A Phillip Carnes, president,

The 2,420 names is more AskedInstructions r, .II\\r, .I.."".... and John W. Meeks,vice pres-
than 35 percent of the 6,872 .... .....;;. -, ident of CAM Land Develop
registered voters. Only 1, public hearing Is set 'M:irch 17 ments, Inc., applicants for the

712 signatures were neces- to begin work on John Mocks, vlco president of CAM Development, thaws layout of proposed at 7:30 p.m. In city hall on applica- rezoning, told the board that
sary to have the election cal- plans for a new county Jail to Board In view of the additional delay
luxury mobile home park at Zoning meeting.Emergency
led >> tions for two of land
be erected sometime In the rezoning parcels they would withdraw their application -

Two Questions will be decided future have been given Archit- In south Starke for mobile homo parks for, due to expense
on the April 3 ballot: ect Frank George, planner of and other factors involved.
the courthouse and camp:; grounds. Meeks said the had
1) Whether or not to legalize new county on company
the sale of liquor in the north Temple Avenue.As already spent around $100,000
MeasuresGet Application has been madeto a nice place with plenty of
county 2)) Whether sale by Board on the project, Including pro-
; originally contemplatedwhen the Starke Zoning space. .
the drink will be allowed. In the new courthouse was to reclassify 42 acres on the perty acquisition and elabo-
other words voters can decide erected four years ago, the west side of US-301 across Also expected is that Gain- rate pre-planning and engine-

k.,. to permit package sales jail. is planned.to be a the 4-laned highway from the svllle growth will jump overFair'tAnka ering studies.
only,. and still prohibit sale two-story? structure with a' c Longhorn Restaurant but still and Waldo and locate 'Carreeaid'1.teeks left"'the

of liquor by the drink. walkway leading to the second Heat ForSchoolsEmergency inside the city limits. Young more Starke.Girl people Starke or meeting as did large dele-
south of
The county is now "dry," floor holding cell in the court- America Corp. of Gainesvillehas gation of Hampton Lake area
house. applied for reclassification residents. The two developerslater
wih legal sales of liquor
prohibited. Last wet-dry George said he would beginto measures by a 'lers, recommended by Truk- Temple was also authorizedby from residential to com- returned, however, and
vote was held in 1961 when contact various county personnel Jacksonville heating and air- nett. The boiler there has a the board to Roy Poole, a mercial on the parcel to establish Hit asked the board if it would be
the bid for legal sales was Involved, such as Sheriff conditioning firm warmed up cracked casing. Insurance Ganlnsvtlle roofing contractor a mobile home park. possible to have a "jes or no
Dolph Reddish, to make should tor: that to find the vote tonight" would
turned down by 285 votes, Bradford Middle and Southside pay replace- source of almost Application has also been so they
1,577 against and 1,292 for plans on exactly what to incor- Elementary schools with work ment, Supt. Jim Temple said. Identical water leaks In Hampton made to the city zoning board Car know how to proceed. Meeks
the proposal. porate in the new Jail. The done February 14-15. Johnson Service personnelalso Elementary and Brooker for reclassification from By ; had flown here from his homeIn
commission's move came in a Elementary both round school West Virginia twice to appear
It The school board Feb.19 authorized Inspected the Lawtey it residential to commercialjust before
relaxed atomosphere after buildings. cannot be deter- board.
Campaign to bring about the $4,800 In repairs and Elementary heat and air-con- south of the Stern pro- Dies Sat.
met briefly Monday to call a mined whether the leaks are
election was headed by Starke replacements for the middle ditioning system and reportedit perty. A New Jersey Inter- Chairman Torode said he
wet-dry election.N coming from the roof or from
Jaycees. The Jaycees,how- school heating and air-condit- would taken $3,275 to put est, represented at the zon- would not favor taking a final -
ever, take no stand on the que- o emergency exists in ioning Johnson Ser- that system into proper oper- heat and air-conditioning equipment ing board meeting by Geor- A 13-year-old Raiford girl, vote at that time, since
stion of legalizing sales but planning a new detention facility vice of system.Jacksonville ating condition. Turknett said atop the buildings, ge Roberts, local realtor Bonita Denise Gamble, was most of the Hampton delega-
simply took on the Job of securing Sheriff Reddish said when firm which made the, same he had not inspected the Law- architect Morgan said. is purchasing that parcel Injured at 11 p.m. Friday night tion had left the meeting, and
signatures sufficient to contacted about the commiss- emer- tey school; said he would do so from W.H. Noegel and AE. when she stepped In front ofa he thought they should bepre-
allow voters to express their ion's instructions given the gency repairs the at both schools, and report to the board.Tornado. (s.. Page 5)) McKinney, Jr., car a mile east of Starkeon sent during the entire proce-
was given Job on recom-
preference. Bob Blakewood, architect Monday. Sheriff SR-16. edings. The board's new attorney -
mendation of Turknett
chairman of the Jaycee petit- Reddish said, however, he is Roy archi-, Planned for smaller parcelIs The victim is identified as Dudley !Hardy, said
the commission Is consulting engineer go an over night trailer park that although the board had
Ion committee, stated last happy tect Don Morgan. Five the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
week after he turned the petition thinking ahead and congratu- and a recreational area. The Herman Gamble of Raiford. the legal right to go ahead
over to the county com- lated them on the move. The board also okayed pay- New Jersey Interest would establIsh Miss Gamble was taken to with a final vote, he would
ment of $950 to Johnson Ser- a KampRround: of A- the Gainesville Medical Cen- not recommend that
"It's good thinking on the merica (KOA) area there.
vice for work at Southside
ter where she died at approximately dure.
part of the commission, tothi- In is also inside the
Elementary. The boiler sys- Regional parcel 4 a.m. Satur- Carnes and :Meeks were then
nk ahead. tem which heats three wingsin Starke city limits. told that If they so desired,
The present county jail,ere- day.No
the school was flushed out, filed the board would hold
uJljruJomttOIrirrChurch cted In the late 1940's has Both these developments, If charges were against a spe-
thermostats reconnected or zoning approval is given and the driver of the car, cial meeting Tuesday to decide
been considered adeq-
never uate by county officials.Sher- replaced. The separate units Friday Night"I if the projects come to pass, according to FHP TrooperK. the matter.
which heat and cool individual
seek connection G. Etheridge. Investigation -
iff Reddish,who began his car will probably Most of the opposition from
in the fourth wing were
rooms into the is contin-
with the Starke sewerage treatment case
Hampton Lake delegation centered -
eer as Jailer In the present facility In operation by last Thurs-
points out the facilty is think If we play good ball players who are notexpeclallytall system, according to uing. around fears that the
so extreme that no avenue was day.Twothirds we can win It," Coach Mike averaging from 6-3 to 6-6 zoning board members. Since Miss! Gamble stepped into influx of people Into the pro-
left for expansion, no storagewas of the middle Sexton says of the chances of In height. Oviedo's over-all the Florida Air and Water Pollution the path of the vehicle which posed mobile home park,
provided, "not even a bro school was not receiving any his Tornado five against host height is good, Sexton pointsout Control Board's pollut- struck her with its right front which would have spaces for
om closet." Bars in the pre- kind of air, hot or cold, last team Oviedo In the Region 2 class -, but the team has no real ion division now requires one fender, according to Trooper 281 proposed units, would be
sent jail were thought to be Impervious week because 25 of 36 mo- 3A Basketball Touramcnt. big man. acre of land for a septic tankor Etheridge.Miss detrimental to Hampton Lake,
to a hack saw untila tors which operate louvers Tornado Oviedo Is a similar ball club a central sewerage treat- Gamble was born in about half a mile from the
Women were inoperative. The louv- The surprising Both havethe Bradford County and was
prisoner sawed through one. to the Tornado cagers. ment system, developers a development.C. .
ers were wired into the heat basketballers will meet Oviedo teams run 1-3-1 defenses and choice of Installing their student at Union County Mid- A. Preisler, spokesmanfor

Thinking of future neeas, position and that school was at 8:30 p.m. Friday, March on occassion use 1-2-11 pres- own system or connectingwith dle School. the group, presented a petition -
UNITED WORLD Sheriff Reddish says a new marginally warm by last Wed- 2. Winner of the Bradford High sing defense. Oviedo plays a the city system. Increasing opposing the project,

DAY OF PRAYER jail would need to be at least nesday.A -Oviedo of game the Ocala will Forrest-play the run and shot type of game off- usage: of the city's central Road Funds which he said contained the
the boiler man recommendedby winner Is foreseen.
presentone Tornadoes.
twice as large as ensively, like the sewer system names of 71 persons-- over
Moore of Orlando
Turknett Charlie Vollers Bishop gameat
which has a total capacityor 8 Saturday, March 3, Friday night's opponent has Having more mobile home 90 per cent of property own-
looked p.m.
21 people. Merger of the of Jacksonville also at Meet HeldBradford
Friday March
city and county courts has the boiler which suppleis heat for the region2championship. two good scoring players, one parks In the city may take the ers on the lake.

11:30 A.M. meant an additional load on the ed water to the entire vo-tech. Oviedo sports a 21-2 record a 6-3 guard. pressure the zoning board to county commlssl- Henry Wesley, another res-
county jail, Kedcnsn points out middle school complex. A loose and has some good basketball Saturday nights possible spot zone for trailers all over ioner will meet today (Thurs- icent of the area, asked repeatedly -
although It has not yet been de- connection was found in the opponents will also be town, a zoning board member day, March 1) in Lake City: about the sewage dIs-
St. Edward's termened how much of a load. pump which supplies fuel to the Loudon Named tough, Sexton has beaten points out.the Ocala Tor- also points out. "If they have with the Department of Tran- posal plant, expressing con-

Catholic Church Reddish also pointed out that boiler, causing It to receive Forrest soortation in annual hearingson cern as to whether provisions
one-fourth the fuel It nadoes twice in regular season secondary road monies. be Included for back-
it Is Impossible to put 21 per- only Chairman Of 42-37 in the at would a
should have to burn at normal play, game February Rain unit in case of trouble with
sons in the present jail because O- in up
Starke and by 14 points In The county has $172,000
( Nursery Provided of sex and age. capacity. Hospital BoardArthur cala. Bishop Moore beat "a Above AverageIn secondary road monies built the main Meeks unit. He that was this was assured -

Replacement of the boiler at real good" Cocoa Beach team up from the state's gas taxes by
Covered Dish Hampton Elementary was authorized G. Loudon was e- good" 'Cocoa Beach team to Bradford and being held by DOT for the included In the plan and that
UmpiresNeeded on a$3,500bidbyVolSouthside lected chairman of the Brad- upcoming fiscal But, according everything would be in accord
LuncheonSHROVE ford County Hospital Boardof to gain the regional playoffs February rainfall totaled 5. Commission year. Chair- with requirements of the
Sexton says. 23 inches in Bradford County Air and
State Department of
Trustees at the annual e- this is not
ass.. Asked If his Tornadoes, man Ralph Bryan,
about half an inch less than
Water Pollution
PTA lection of officers held Tues- miles of
14-11 for the season, havea the 50-year of 5.83 enough to pave
i TUESDAY Starke's Recreation Depart- day, Feb. 20. E. W. Hodgeswas change In the regional Inches for the average month. road at $80,000 per mile now Robert V, Turner of Starke,
ment is in need of coaches, To Meet Tues elected vice chairman; play-offs and if Oviedo's Since Jan. 1 the county has for conventional lime rock and representing the firm that
PANCAKE SUPPER and Mrs. Ines Green was re- would Install the self-con
umpires, and scorekeepersfor home court advantage will asphalt paving.
The Southside Elementary an average of 10.59
. elected 'ouurer.W. O. Dodd, Sex- There the commission tained sewage disposal sys-
its Spring and Summer make a big difference, inches above the 50 fore
\ March 6 athletic leagues. Parent-Teacher Association Jr. Is the retiring president.It ton replied: "I think we've intends to ask the DOT if the tem, explained the unit and
of Inches
" 5:30.7:00 P.M. will meet Tuesday, March 6, that the got a good chance. We'veplayed year average 10.16 $172,000 can be used for the assured the Hampton delega-
was announced for the first two months.No .
"We are looking for responsible at 7:30: in the school caf-
w p.m. good ball clubs DOT to do engineering work on tion that there would be no
St. Mark Episcopal adults and young adults eteria. hospital now has a full time rain was recorded during!: other undesirableside
. been In the county's system or
that would like to help In Guest speaker will be Russell respiratory therapy department this year, every the week, Feb. 19-25.
r Parish HouteEamtnunity our youth leagues such as Turner of the Division of staffed by the Professional game we've played. Only Ten fires were reported by in preparation for future pa-

c....,_ bantam baseball, junior boys Family Services who will Medical Service. Cor- one team with a losing record the Florida Forest Service In ving.That "David Fenton a boat firm
r baseball, junior boys softball speak on child abuse. poration of Orlando, for the has beaten usFernan- Bradford County during February at 1 p.m.today the commission employee who lives on Hampton
t the (!I girls softball, small fry softball Awards will also be presented treatment of emphysema, asthma dlna by one point in over- with a total of 113 acres was scheduled to meet Lake adjoining the county-
In the capacity of coa- to the two rooms which and other respiratory .. burned. with the road department fore owned public boat ramp, expressed -
&t tltt, Sank ches, umpires, and scorekeepers raised the most money at the diseases. At present, the department "At this time of the yearI Seven were deliberately set, man of Columbia County to look fear that the mobile
f ," says Recreation recent PTA chicken is operating on an don't feel the home court and three were due to carelessness. at new less expensive sand home park residents would
! ,..ral V PI.,(20.000 Q<. ....by_r..... Expert{ knowledge of the Is set for 7 p.m. prior to the future will also have out- although It may prove other- been 25 tires with 198 acres be successfully carried out in (See Page 5))
. games is not essential. PTA meeting.!: patient service. (See Pae 5)) burned. that county.

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Telegraph March 1, 1973

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*. Annlv.rsari.s Birthdays */ie g7eiif &
Parties tJ-
Gladys Mooty Society Editor, 964.7608
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Pancake Supper FHA Members ADK Members Luncheon Given

Members of St, Mark's Episcopal Fashion ShowThe Of Mrs. HamiltonThe Af t Hardy Home aaar
Church will servea
pancake supper on Shrove Bradford High Chapterof Alpha Gamma chapter of Mrs. L.G. Powell was hon-
Tuesday, March 6, from 5:30to : the Future Homemakers of Alpha Delta Kappa held its regular ar ored at a luncheon Tuesday on
Parish House. America held their monthly monthly meeting on
7 p.m. In the her Mrs. J.
birthday given by
Adults, $1.25; children under meeting Wednesday, Feb. 21, Monday night Feb. 19, at the E. her home on E.
12, $1. in the Home Economics de- home of Mrs. Frances Hamil- Cell Hardytat
Proceeds will be used to partment. Members discussed ton.An The dining room table was ir
help send the Episcopal youthto plans for a fashion inspiring devotional on covered with a linen cutwork
see the Black Hills "Pas- show to be held March 25, In "What is a Teacher"was given cloth and centered with an arrangement -
sion Play" during Lent. the cafeteria of the Starke Ele- by Mrs. Laurie Mulllns. of lavender, pink
mentary School. The show will During the business meeting and white pompoms, and car-
feature fashions from local conducted by the president h
nations. Two card tables,covered -
Skating Party Lucille Payne, committee
merchants and all proceeds with cutwork cloths,were
will be for the March of Dimes. ports were given and a news- Winners
Youth GroupsThe bud
For centered with cutglass vases Club Party
Also discussed were plans for letter from State President 0- Jason, Jennifer and Jody holding camellias. Place
booth at the Bradford County; jala was discussed. Plans
Ecumlrdcal youth group Fair. Carolyn Hill,the fashion were made for attending!the cards marked the seating arrangement Mrs. James K. Smith pre- held Feb. 21 at the clubhouse.The .
Brown Triplets Enjoy Parties for the 16 guests. Mrs. John W. Griffin refreshment table was
from the First Presbyterian coordinator from Gainesville, District n meeting in Fernan- sented
Church, St. Edward's Church, was the guest speaker. Her dina on March 10. Mrs. Hardy presented Mrs. with a candle arrangement centered with an arrangementof
and St. Mark's Episcopal topic was grooming and new The chapter agreed to spon- On 3rd Birthday AnniversaryLittle Powell with the head table her high score and Mrs. J. R. spring flowers.
Church had a skating party spring fashions for teenagers. sor five children for Special centerpiece as a memento of Wainwright small gift for low Assisting Mrs. Smith were
Sunday afternoon from two Following the meeting, refreshments Olympics a physical fitness e- as three separate hearts. the occasion. score at the Junior Woman's Mrs. J. C. Dukes and Mrs.
.. to six o'clock at the Bell- were served by the vent designed for Special Education Brown Jason, whose, Jody third and birth-Jennifer The little guests were giv- Mrs. W. B. Mundy assistedin Club bridge and canasta party Charles Goodowns.
air Skating Rink, Orange Future Homemakers of America Classes.
en slate lap boards with chalkas
r days fall on Feb.28,celebrated Altar SocietySt.
Park. Carolyn Canova pre-
officers. Mrs. the occasion last Saturday favors. Clown Theme
Accompanlng the 42 young sented a program on Our Country's afternoon when their parents, On Tuesday night the trip- Stork ShowerFor Edward's Altar Society
people were Mrs. Robert Pa- Flag which included a Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown lets celebrated the occasion Used At t Party will meet In the Parish Hall on
terson, Mrs. Herb Her res, The Methodist Junior MYF film entitled The Story of again when their parents gavea Mrs. WilliamsAt March 7, Immediately after
gave a party; for them and ten For ColemanGary
Mrs. llllam E. Carter, Joe will have a skating party tonight Old Glory. little friends family party for 18 membersof Gary Ash Wednesday services at 8
and their
Gissy and Mr. and :Mrs. Joe (Thursday) at the Bell- The patriotic theme was parents. the Immediate families. t Barry HomeMrs. P.m.
Alfonso. aire Skating Rink, Orange carried out In decorations and The clown Coleman n celebratedhis
in refreshments which were was Youth Lamar Williams was Feb. 27
Park. Baptist third birthday on
carried out in the decorations
Mrs JacksonObserves served by Mrs. Hamilton and in the yard party with balloons Choir Members honored at a stork shower at his home on Mabel Street COMING TO
Mrs. Canova. from Friday night, Feb. 16, given with 20 guests attending.A .
BirthdayMrs. Jackson of Keystone Heights; ints. strung The refreshment various table po Attend Festival by Mrs.Charles Blalock,Mrs. clown theme was carriedout TOWN
Margaret Jackson celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Blake Jackson, Teenage Dance was covered with a clown table Charles Hutcheson and Mrs. in the party decorationswith
her birthday Sunday Edward Jackson and Mr. and Club cloth with matching napkinsand A. J. Barry at the home of a clown centerpiece on
Af t Country members of the First the latter. table and
afternoon at her home on S. Mrs. Michael Jackson of matching paper plates. Sixty; the refreshment
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. W. The Baptist Church Youth Choir The refreshment table was matching clown on the cake.
Colley Road with a family ; large cake was designed <
gathering. T. Jackson Sr., Mr. and Mrs.W. Sheryl Barker, Neva Jayne attended the State Music Fes- covered with a white linen Assisting Mrs. Coleman (ream' cites.'
Those attending were Mr. T. Jackson, Jr., Mr. and Flynn, and Claire Turner gave tival last weekend at the Flo- cloth and centered with an were Mrs. Hubert Coleman: UAAB-tkll
and Mrs. Morris Jackson, and Mrs. Jeffrey Jackson, and Mr. a dance last Friday night at UDC To MeetW. rida Baptist Assembly arrangement of pink, blue, and Mrs. K. N. Coleman.
Mr. and Mrs. William Craw- and Mrs Marc Jackson of the Starke Golf and Country grounds at Lake Yale along and white gladioli, carna-
badger of Ocala; LTC Robert Starke and families. Club. T. Weeks chapter, UDC, with nine adult counselors. tions and baby breath.
will meet Wednesday, March The choir sang for adjudi- The hostesses presented the
Multicolored balloons were 7, at 3:30: p.m. at the homeof cation, receiving superior ratings honoree with a carnation cor- RILEY PAVING Co.
Bill's C.B. Radio & Equipment the dance flooras Mrs. F. B. Beard with from the Judges and sage and a play pen as a
strung over with about 17 other memento of the occasion. The
G. Joined
Mrs. L. Powell and Mrs.
321 N. Temple Ave. 964-8346 Starke, Fla. decorations.Music for dan- choral clinic in the play
furnished by Keith George Flynn, Sr. as co-hos- choir groups in a gifts were placed

Full Line Of Antenna cing Carter was, Jimmy Clark and Don-70 tesses. grave led, by Associate Dr. Phillip Professorof Land- pen.Twentytwo guests attended Driveways-Parking Lots
ale Lott. Approximately **9&T T 0Ter* *<> 0 cr4 Music at Southern Semin- between the hours 7:30: and

Specials young folks attended. Introducing 9:30: p.m.
ary.The choir is looking for- Mrs. Mildred Patterson assisted 4732102Highway
Chaperoning the party were
ALSO ward to attending a similar in serving.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Mr. and Mrs. James H.Rlt- N. C.
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Tur- ch of Jacksonville announcethe festival at Rldgecrest
Base And Mobile Antennas"Home ner, Mr. and Mrs. George birth of a son,John Chris- in June, which will be people lim- Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper
ited to 2,500
Flynn, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. topher, ,on Feb. 20. Paternal from all over young the United visited Mr. and Mrs. Marvin 16 Starke, Fla.
Of The Magnetic SInl" Fred Barker. grandmother' Is Mrs. Grace States. Stewart in LaCrosse Sunday.

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t OOOOODOODOOODOOOOO, ,.I 0 0 I I I I 01" 0 I ti.,xiUlAJMJUUUULMIt B..OJi'0.. !LLwmwJmLL j I
Mrs. Rex Brown 'of York, Madison; 5-111 ; 23 Scouts I
Pa. Is spending several weeks tople >ou3Rnow
with Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. Baptist; Honor !t Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison Make Trip
Brown. Rex Brown will Two GroupsSenior spent the weekend with
Join the family this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. W, L. Harrisonin To St. Fair
lie has accepted a positionIn
Waycross Ga. and attended -
Charney Williams
adults of the Madison
Jacksonville and the fam-
the funeral of Mrs. Frank
Street Baptist Church were Miami on business over the CLUB RESULTS Scout and
ily is moving to Florida. weekend. Childree in Douglas, Ga. on Twenty-three Boy
honored at family supper three adults visited the State
Mr. and Mrs. John Myers Wednesday evening Feb. 21 In Randall Davis Mr. and Mrs. John Mus- Fair in Tampa last weekend,
have had as visitors Cdr. the church annex. Dean's was on the soline were the winning cou- spending Friday find Saturday
List for the fall and Mrs. Bobby Case
and Mrs. J. F. Smith of Lancaster Tables were covered with quar- ple at Duplicate Bridge Tues- and nights in Dade City and all
at the University family of Lake City and
red lined and white day night, Clyde B. Terwil-
Ohio last Wednesday cloths day Saturday at the Fair.
ida with a 3.5 overall Miss Kathy Struth of Jacksonville -
overnight, and Cdr. R. M. napkins were used. The Act- avera- legar Jr. and T. A. Sundem Theme of the weekend was
He is visited their :
ge. a Junior In the mother
Casey of Fairfax, Va. on Fri- eens, under the leadership of of Physical Education college and- were second and Mrs. Hilda Mrs. Lou Struth and family "stretch your money", for
day and Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. Ed Rlpllnger and Mrs. Recreation. Dey and Mrs. Rhea Johnson over the weekend. each Scout knew that if he
Freeman Register HI, made were third. spent all he had at the fair,
A. J. Barry and fam- .IIIIIIIIIIIRIIIOOOOO_ he would miss out on Sunday
individual place mats decor- Col. Charles W. Mooney Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamilton -
ily spent the. weekend with Mr. Mr. and Mrs.Rudolph dinner. Six Scouts missed
ated with Valentines and hear- formerly of Starke was and were In Orlando Tuesday
among ford last Wednesday
and Mrs. W. N. Barry in New- ts. The head table was cent- approximately 4,000 membersof Thursday spent at Disney World. to Thursday visiting Mr. and out.
berry. ered with a beautiful white the Armed Forces selectedfor Mrs. W. D. Hamilton.
Good Will bags will be distributed -
sheet cake decorated with red
in the military portion of Mr and Mrs. Albert Harris all Starke by the
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid was over
and placed over the
roses state funeral ceremonies hon- Mr and Mrs. James Cash
of Anna, Ill were firstof
this Saturday
Tampa Thursday to Sunday sheet cake on pedestals wasa oring former President Ly and family of Orlando spent Cub Scouts
the week visitors of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C, March 3. All persons who
visiting cake In white,
ndon Johnson In Texas. Col and Mrs. L, C. Early. the weekend with her parents. used
broken, ,
Hoppe. trimmed in red, and the have anything
Mooney serves as Chief of Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns.
words "To sweetheart" or new--stoves, bicycles, r
Plans and Evaluation Division
Mr and Mrs. J. E. Hardy
Brant Turner of Valdosta written on It. Before the sheet Directorate C.Fort Hood Tex Mr. and Mrs. Dewey War- furniture clothes ect.are
were last Friday night din-
State College and Kay Turner cake was served the pastor determined as. ren of Waycross, Ga. visited asked to place them in bagsto
of Mr and Mrs.
ner guests membersof
Junior by
of North Florida picked up
who was to get the her'mother Mrs. J. S. Sapp,
R, Wilson In Jacksonville.Local .
J. .
College were home for the Valentine-shaped cake by ask- Joyce M. Mllligan daughter over the weekend. Troop 70 on Saturday.r4r4r4r4r4r4r4r
weekend. of Mrs. Jean E. Mllligan of
ing who had been married the
admittances to Brad-
Starke is one of 60 Univer-
longest. The winner Pet- - - -
Hoyt Dukes of Boston,Mass, er Wilkerson, who has was been sity Singers of Ball State Un- ford County Hospital this week: rfs\
spent the first of the week married 56 iversity Muncie Ind.,who are include: Mrs. Elma Leurck
with his mother Mrs. E. C. Attending years.were 22 senior a- spending their holiday between Mrs. Alice Graham William jf JULIASFLORIST
Lovell Mrs. Martha Sundem, eo
Dukes. terms on campus preparingfor
dults and large of / r..n.a)
a group "Spectacular '73," annual Mrs. Maude Holllday John-
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Bald- the church membership.' stage s how by the popular ny Stewart, Mrs. Helen My- vF \ Aft
win visited their son-in-law After the devotion, Mr and singing group. ers, Mrs. Nancy Glisson, Edgar -
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. G. S. Martin showed slides Thigpen and Terry
James Montuoro, in Tampa of their trip to the Holy Mrs. 0, L':. Ilaynos, Jr. and Goodge Starke; Mrs. Rosie
last Land. Boxley and Jessie Smart, Located In ,The Winkler Bldg.
Friday. daughter Anne will visit relatives .
Lawtey Wesley Harris and Hours:
in Atlanta, Thursdayto 224 Temple Ave
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Dans- Sunday. Mrs. Ollle Bornstein Max- pH. 964-77111 I A A.MTop.M.
by visited Mr. and Mrs. J. The' adults of the Madison vlllej; Mrs. Bertha S. Ward Starke, Fla. Mon. Sat,
B. Dansby In Perry Sunday. Street Baptist Church enter- Dr. and Mrs James P. Keystone Heights; and Mrs.
tained their young people Young of Jacksonville were Corlne Roberts Kalford.
The senior high youth of the Thursday evenlncr. Feb. 22. In Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Watch For Our
First Presbyterian Church attended the church annex at a semi- and Mrs. C. G. Hill at Kings- Mrs. J. R. Kite and Miss 1970 Opel Wagon
the moving Jermiah formal Sweetheart Banquet. ley Lake Lillian Stump attended the
Johnson in Gainesville last An Early American theme State Cancer Society meet- GrandOpening
Clean Little Car Green Paint Runs
Wednesday night. The ten was carried out with red and Mrs. J. L. Gentry has returned ing in Orlando Friday and
young people attending were white checked window curtains from ten days' visit Saturday. Perfect All The Way.
accompanied by Mrs. Johnny program covers hangIng with her s- t,
Johnson, youth sponsor. candles,cupids and hearts with her son-in-law and Mrs. J. G. Jackson was in
and potted plants placed on daughter Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Chlefland Monday to Wednes- IN APRIL Special $895
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson has bales of hay. The speaker's Beall in Macon Ga. day visiting relatives.The .
returned after three weeks visit table was covered with a red
with her son-in-law and daughter linen cloth and centered with a Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harrington 1 Let Us Do Your Weddinq And 1967 Olds 442 Coupe
Mr and Mrs. Edward covered wagon with plain white and two daughters person who receives a [Get A Free Gift For The Bride}
Schwab at Merritt Island while glass lamps on either end, and sister Miss Valarie handcrafted gift knows you Free Eitimatei \Where Are You Going/ To Find One Like
Pabst, will move to Daytona went out of to do
your way
Mr. Schwab was seriously surrounded with ivy.
Beach this week: where Mr. something special. Classesin Barbara Hollingsworth, This? Four Speed 400 V8, Pwer Steering
Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. The young people were covered seat- Harrington has been trans- ceramics will begin March Designer Very Clean With 48,000 Miles And A One
Edward Burns of Starke and ed at card tables also ferred with Florida Power 19. Space will be limited so
Mr. and Mrs. John Reeves of with red and white checked & Light. enroll nowlMyrna'! Owner
Houston, Texas returned last cloths and centered with eith- Gift When You Say I It t With Flower:
Wednesday after two weeks in er a candle lamp or lantern Mrs. W. Ii. Hart, Mrs. Ella ShoppeState $995j
Orlando Miami Marathon entwined with Ivy. Moody and Mrs. Pearl It's Beautifully Said"
Key, and Key West. Chaplin Harold Brown of the Colson attended the funeralof Road 100 1971 Ford GT Coupe
State Farm dressed In a Prince Lake Butler Fla.
Mrs. Helen Genereux of Albert costume, served as land their in nephew Ocala Wayne last Friday.Strick- Open JULIA UNDERHILL..... OWNER.... f Ph. 964-7711 |

Springfield Mass spent the M.C. The king and queen for 1 P.M.' 9 P.M. Sun-Fri. Light Blue Paint With Bucket Seats, Air
three weeks with Mr.and the evening were Daryl Brown
past Mrs. Ethel Ellerbee has returned Condition, Power Steering, And Automatic
Mrs Robert Green. and Cathy Seay.
to her home in -
Son" Transmission. (Nice)
The "Under the group
Mrs. Wayne McLeod was on City after six weeks
the Dean's List for the fall quarter from Starke provided music visit with her mother Mrs.T. Due To Customer Demand We Are
at the University of for the evening. Terry Gore, D. Dyal. $2,495
Florida with a 3.75 overall accompanied by his wife Church,from in ... Offering This Fantastic Special For
average. She is a senior In San Jose Baptist ,

the College of Education. Jacksonville speaker., The, theme was for guest lils'.w.t KgpvtJorn.aae\ In A ., Another Full.. Week March. 1-8 ...1 9 70 ,Ford, Ra..lchero,50ODark ,
speech "Love, Real Love", t tt01Jg

NOW OPENNITA'S was music which preceded set the by spiritual atmosphere brazier::: crispy fried Burgandy! Paint, Power Steering & ,Air

for the closing ceremony. lit Condition;. Clean And Road Ready.$19O95 '.
Approximately 70 guest en-
Joyed a fried chicken dinner
and the Christian fellowship. .
t UpholestryShop Have them call the CRISIS
or1 ChickenDinner

t Mrs. D.W. Whiffen and Mrs. 'night 804 SW 2nd Ave. 1970 Chevy 1/2/ Ton Pickup

t J. II. Mlneslnger attended the 'for help with a variety of ,
1 Specializing In convention of the National Sa- Ife's problems. Six Cyclinder Engine, Standard Transmission ]

t House HoldFurniture ftey Council in Miami from | 22,000 Miles. Short \IVheel Base T\\'o Tone
Sunday to Tuesday. Mrs. DIAL 1-800- 1 Paint
f Whiffen is public relations

,t 1 Mi. East SR-18 er chairman Women's is safety and Auxiliary chairman Mrs. Mlnesing-for of the the t 1342-5364' e f Special $1,595

t Ph. 468-1282 Florida Optometric Associa GAINESVILLE... ..-.L
tion. 11 -H
1972 Chevy 1/2/ Ton Pickup

COUNTY THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH Long Wheel Base Fleetside Engine And

DAY CARE CENTER Published every Thursdayat c: Only> 6,000 Miles (Clean)

138 W. Call Street only 9
Arm Baby To School Starke Florida 32091 $2,595

NOW PICK-UP AND DELIVERY Second Class postage paid
at Starke. Florida
Subscription Kates:
Greater Bethlehem Freewill In trade area: $6.00 per
Baptist Church year; $3.50 six months \With\ E\ery Option You Can Get, Air Cond

Outside trade area: $7.00 .-. ition and Power Steering Too. One\ Owner
Cor. Ash & Chestnut Ph. 964-8866 per year: $4.00 six months Boy, i WISH } 17,000 Miles


1971 Vega Wagon

7l)1 *: ... Standard All The Way\ With \ Radio And

\ ]Lt HEr 't.y. Light/ Blue Paint. Real Economy.

T : m. V' :\. ]t.": ?) 1967$1,495 Ford G-500

Y 1 Two Door Hard Top, Air Condition, Auto.
Y -' matic Transmission, Power Steering/ Not
MARCH 2,3&4 A Bad Car. .

In The Beautiful Ravine Gardens a "Scrumpdillyishus'-'sctle! $995

i.! State Park Palatka This March 1-8 1968 Olds 98

Hey everybody! DAIRY QUEEN* is having a
CALENDAR OF big sale Thursday Through Wednesday. The L.S. Sedan rtith Everything Power. Very

EXCITING EVENTS Dairy DQ Chicken Dinner pak for only 9911-!! Clean And Sharp.

r You get three pieces of BRAZIER
r 1 $1,895
COLE SLAW and a DINNER ROLL with honey
,4r for just 99$:. It's too good to miss. Bring the whole

SATURDAY, MARCH 3rd gang to participating DQ BRAZIER stores for

PARADE 10:30: A.M. "scrumpdillyishus BRAZIER crispy fried chicken.Lets i i


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Pag 4 T.Ugroph March 1. 1973

301 North Lighting Moose Lodge Has I

Varied ActivityStarke Community News ByEII..b.thGI.W.Ik.$ .

To Be ImprovedExpenditure Lodge No. 2035, Evening service, vice, 6:30. The Junior Choir
Loyal Order of the Moose, sell dinners from the kitchen. at 4 p.m. wel- will furnish the music.
Visitors always
of$1,600 to Install diesel fuel to run power plant held a successful Valentineday DELL CHAPTER OES Saturday at 6 p.m., Monthly 6 p.m.
generators. This would Increase dance, with a good attendance The next regular meeting Sunday School teachers con- come. New Bethel Baptist Church,
newer type mercury Dell Chapter 168 will be be All tea- Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.Sun-
the city's usablestorage by members and of ference will held. Church,
street lights on Temple Ebenezer Baptist
vapor Avenue from Call Street northto capacity from elghtdays to guests. Another dance is held Thursday night, March chers and all persons desir- Davis pastor. Bible day school, 9:30: a.m. BTU,
12. planned for a later date. 8, at 8 p.m. In the Masonic ing to attend are asked to Rev. Leroy Tuesday night. 5 p.m. Regular services will
the city limits has been approved Class each
by the Starke city council The idea came 1n face of The lodge now has Its own Hall on Brownlee Street. All please be present and on time. Meeting each Thurs- be held March 11. Sunday
members could assess for the fact that the power plant M+ blood bank, and all membersand members are asked to pleasebe Sunday services will begin Prayer night. Sunday serviceswill school, 9:30.: Morning serviceat
r themselves the difference in has been forced to use die- their families are wel- present and on time. with Sunday School at 9:30.: day begin at 9:45: Morning 11, and evening service
illumination provided by the sel fuel most of Februaryits come to make use of this Morning service at 11. Dinner service at 11. Evening ser- 7 p.m.
natural supply hav- facility when needed. If any CHURCH NEWS will be served at 1:30.: League
newer type lights compared to been cut gas off. members of your family Greater Allen Chapel AME __ _.....----A- _..
the old incandescent bulbs. ing
Rev. B. C. Williams vvThe -
shoul be hospitalized and need Church,
The council had discussed replacing Diesel fuel is less efficient School 10
blood, contact your lodge and pastor. Sunday a.m.
the old lights several than natural gas in the gen- we will make arrangementsto Morning service at 11. Love
times and on Feb.20 agreed to erators. Last week when the supply your needs. feast. Holy Communion ser- Ultimate Name I In
Nell Tucker'smotion
Councilman city's large 1,750 KW Wor- We need you as a blood- vice, 5:30.: All members and
to do so. thington engine blew a head donor, so come to the lodge friends are Invited to attend. '
Installation of the new lightsis the four 1,000 KW Superior and make your pledge, so The financial drive will ter- Cooking Ranges.MAGIC .
expected to correct or at engines were stretched to Sgt. Russell that we may help others. minate March 11. All mem- -:
least Improve the situation In their capacity to keep the Weekly meetings of the lodgeare bers are asked to please Cooperate -
which it Is thought the dark street city In power. They will pro- Cited For DutyIn held each Tuesday nightat with the activity, for
contributed to several duce only 750 KW on diesel 8:30. Come and join us. success.
pedestrams being struck by fuel and the city's sixth engine VietnamM. Notice to all our Legion-
automobiles.The a 20-year-old 750 KW naires: don't forget our next Greater Bethlehem Freewill r
coumcll had refused to Fairbanks-Morris unit, had Sgt. Samuel L. Russell, meeting Is the last Wednes- Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper CHEFThe
take action prior to Feb. 20 to be pressed into duty. Jr. was recently awarded the day night of each month. The Williams pastor. Last Sundaywas
after receiving conflicting reports Tucker's proposal was given Bronze Star medal for ser- next Legion Ceremonial will a fruitful day, spiritually. -
on whether the old Incandescent to the Utility Committeefor vice in Vietnam. He is the be held at Merritt Island, The morning message was
lights were really study with a recommen- brother of Mrs. C. G. Hill of March 10-11. taken from Romans 6:23: and
dim, or just'seemed 30 on' dation requested by Chairman Kingsley Lake. The Lodge is open every First John 2:17. The Leaguewas
foggy nights. Jimmy McRae. The citation accompanyingthe night but Wednesday during very enjoyable. The activity -
Tucker also reported Feb. medal said: the week, and on Saturdayand consisted of toss-up CookIs
20 that city engineers were Free Barbecue "M. Sgt. Samuel L.Russell, Sunday from 2 p.m. until questions taken from the BIble Economical Way
not ready to submit recomm- Jr distinguished himself by ---. Everyone welcome.Lou with Mrs. Lee and Mrs.
endations on which electric And meritorious service as Staff -- Roberts McCrary as captains. Next
Gospel SingAt
A Chef Gas
power generator to purchase, Aircraft Maintenance Analyst, Publicity Chairman week the two teams will be Magic Range
but said the recommendationshould Old SchoolA Deputy Chief of Staff, Logistics competing from the Book of
be ready by the coun- Headquarters 7th Air Genesis. ..Iii.g"L
cils March 5 meeting. free barbecue and Gospel Force, while engaged in air AUNT BELLA is suffering The message was taken fromSt. -- .
Another idea of Tucker's is Sing will be held on March 3 operations against an opposing from future shock. In figuring John 12:48-50.: Subject w .
to purchase an additional 50, at the old Taylor school house armed force at Tan Son l.11utA..Irfield her recipes, she docsn t know "Have Faith in God." tssstm ,
000 gallon storage tank for located north of Glenn St. Republic Vietnam, how to translate a smidgen, a
Mary. Purpose of the meetingis from Oct. 1971 to 1973. dab and a pinch into the me- This week's service will FEATURING : >
to finalize plans for converting During this period,while exposed tric system. .
begin with Choir No. 3 and :-
3 Officials the school building intoa to the constant threat of -.. .... I
Ushers Board No. 2 meet- .: :
Christian Youth Camp. hostile rocket and sapper attack and Wednes- 36" Range !O ', -= :-
Home Free Signs will be posted dir- Sgt. Russell's superior commanders at all levels, ing rehearsing.
the Glenn of sound which led to increased combat day night Prayer Meeting. 1.=1 _
ecting way from St. application manage- Thursday night the Ladles 4 Burners I :
ment and capability. The exemplary
Mary. principles unique
In BrookerThree ,
Clrt. (tonight is meeting at
Church services for New River aggressive staff work and leadership, personal endeavor 1 :
candidates and three Congregational Methodist personal endeavor to enhancethe and devotion to duty Brown.the home The Prayer of Mrs.Band Fannie will Lift Up Top I R\'' '.'=..;. ... I'
meant no 1973 Church are held each first and 7th Air Force combat role displayed by Sgt. Russell in "--' --
offices meet at the home of Mrs.
open third Invaluable directed this reponsible position reflect RI .s
election in the town of Brooker Sundays with services were assets Rebecca Allen Saturday and Storage \j ,
on Tuesday, Feb. 13. also held on Saturday night before toward the U. S, Air Force great credit upon himself Sunday the Ushers Board will .;., ..r ,: '
and the U.S. Air
Only three candidates qualified the third Sunday. Rev. mission in Southeast Asia."his Force. Compartment ) >
John W. Yarbrough Is pastor. superior performance -
for the three town coun- I. -- ,
cil seats to be filled, end Everyone is cordially invited and personal 1 accomplish- *
Mayor Roy Carroll and Town to attend. ments furnished vital data to WE J ALSO SELL Broiler '. I'I'y' ;

Clerk Joyce Stokes had no opposition THE BIG ONES ,
for their bids for \ ;1 --- ,'
new terms. REGISTRATION BOOKS 1971 Pontiac Lvmcms Sport 1968 Rambler Jovlln -..
Council candidates Included Two Door Herd top VS Engine 2 DoorAutomatic
Incumbents A.B. Adams and CLOSE Tr.n.ml.Blon Power5t 6 Cylinder. Engine 3 Speed Trantmt 'L----
*.rlng. Air Condition Radio Ai Kion Radio 110 HeaterS795.OO
Carl Edwards, and newcomerCL.

Adams. Atkinson.and Edwards will begin MARCH 3 ., 1973 Hut.r.1966 pn..I.$26. r American 95.OO 1968 Ford XL Convertible
2 Door $19900
new two ;rear terms this 6 Cylinder Engine Automatic V8 Engine Automatic Tranl-
month. Atkinson will replace FOR APRIL 3. 1973 Transmission Radio At HeateiS495.OO Heater.minion Air Condition Radio 6
J.R. Mott, who, after serv-
ing 18 years on the council, ELECTION.
did not seek re-election. SPECIALS OF WEEK
Carroll and Mrs. Stokes Your Choice Only
were re-elected to one- 'ear 1967 Ford Custom V8 SAWYER SLADE GAS
terms without the strain of 1967 Comet 2 Dr Hardtop $350.OOlMaiXtUOWH
l J an election. 1965 Mercury 4 Door Sedan .

ac--cording' NEVA FLYNN 1 1 MOTOKS,he 332, W. MadisonStarke: Fla., .' ",' .

the lorida Election Code, of Elections 4777 NW 13th St. 9647701SawyerSlade
there Is no need to hold an 376-4551
election when it Is nonpartisan -
and there Is no oppo Bradford County Courthouse VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE/AUDI

Mrs.Write-in Stokes votes said do, unless not count the, Ati : :: : :: : :

Local write-in person qualifying has candidate.Realtors qualified period duringthe as a Gas HE A TING HEADt I

Sales Honored and PerformancePaul Irene For Faulkner, associates t LARGEST SELECTION OF HEATING EQUIPMENT IN THIS AREA QUA R TER S f

representatives for
tnited Farm Agency, Inc., Registered -
Real Estate Broker at CLEARANCE
Starke, were honored for out- <-
standing sales performance at r -
the real estate company's YEAR END : -
=National Awards Conferencethis
month, held at the Ala- SALE
meda Plaza Hotel in Kansas t ;;,. t
City, Mo. -

United The Faulkners"Founder's received Award"for the ,120 Years Serving This Area! | We can Save you Money Now!

sales achievement during

1972.since real 1970.Man They estate. have firm representedthe in Starke Keep Your Home As W arm As A Sunny Day All Winter Long!f t




Starke man was hospital- i
ized In Gainesville two weeks t tThe
ago after he was allegedly I
stabbed In an argument in a .

Gainesville Ancil "Sonny"home.TetstoneJr., SALE lr_ '

28, was admitted to the Vet- t Comfort": t tt
erans' Administration Hospital Last Word In
after Johnny Atkinson, 47,
) stabbed him In Atkinson's 2407
NE 4th Ave. home. lie was SIEGLER

dition reported last in week.satisfactory con- t End Of Winter Central Heating Special t tt

f Atkinson's Tetstone was stepdaughter scuffling when with Counterflow Wall

the older man tried to stop Furnace The Comforts Of Carrier Central
the fight, according to Gaines- Enjoy Heating
ville Police Department Information t iiiil t
of fleer Gary Brew- 5,000 BTU 'I f', '
ster. HEATS UP TO 6 ROOMS I: I Economical, Even Heat All Over Your

No charges Atkinson were, pending filed fur-against ''II u :" Home, Installed Quickly and Efficiently

ther Investigation, Brewster t Wall Thermostat > Keeps By Our Trained Mechanics.
said. even temperature Counter t

flow Pulls unused heat oH $95

In CORRECTION its Feb.22;!edition The Ceiling over and spreads the floors It backevenly where 7 Outlets With 1 Return

Telegraph Incorrectly Identified -
t need It. Economical to r
the seller of one parcelof you _: t tt
land In the article on December Install and economical to 'l h Gas Furnance Centrally
land sales. operate. Rear and Side vents.
The article should read: at Small Extra Cost. IIQ' I
A parcel of land In Wood- .
f lawn section sold by Josephand t t tt
i r Betty Electric; Starling Authority to Jacksonville for- i SAWYER -SLADE GAS

, 7,000.A .
parcel of land in Woodlawn $239.00

section to Jacksonville sold by Vernon Electric Starling t 332 WEST MADISON ST. PHONE 964.7701 -i

Authority for 17,500. .

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Chamber Names Committees Luxury MH School Heat.From I :1 '

V President Marc Jackson of the Starke Bradford Account ;
presided over his first meet- County Chamber of Commerceon Park Questioned ( Page 1)) ".AChecking cansave youx x

ing of the Board of Directors committees February to 1 and serve appointed during Poole is to report to Supt. .' all kinds of time.Open today; ::" 11

1973. (From Page 1)) mental, In his opinion, thanan Temple today (Thursday, Feb. yours 11m
Teenage Committee chairman are: attractive, well-main 22)). He is also to Inspect the
roof of
the Bradford High
Harry Green, membership; disturbing his peace and quiet- tained park. gym
DANCEFriday George Pierce, budget and Not all of the Hampton delegation and give a replacement cost
finance; Ann Godwin, Bradford ude.Noting that Fenton was in was opposed to the Temple said.
March 2, 1973 Paul Meng and Mrs. The school board, Supt. f m:
Improvement Program; the boat business, Torode remarked project. O 1i J .
Ron Calmano,' tourism; San- "Apparently you like Francis Meng, long time residents Temple architect Morgan L '"' ,"r Sk' :::
and )
8:00.12:00Admisstoe engineer Turknett"again
: : said they .r J
dra Reddish, retail mer- to sell boats. .Just so they of the area '-; +
$1. 50 chants; Gordon Howell, Industrial don't use them on Hampton realized "you can't get away discussed a maintenance pro- '.': x. ? \ =i.1.:.:
for the school system'snow
although they gram
development; John Lake. from people, ..
The Peace Machine Myers, advertising and pro- originally moved to the area extensive heating and air- :::: .-... ....,.. ::::::
Meeks Tem-
motion, and Elzie Sanders, said that park resi- for that purpose. Another conditioning equipment. .... :
New Armory government. dents wouldn't be allowed to spokesman reminded the ple prefers to employ one man 1 Fi:11; \. f .,.. _- ... iT511a ; .;.......
keep boats on the premises, group that Hampton Lake Is in the school system to pre- :: .1' ,>"kd : :;
:: ::
and said there was no thought not a privately owned lake, form preventive maintenanceon :::: },' ,' >(t.m ;",.'..: < :::: .
of promoting Hampton LakeIn and the public has every rightto the system, thereby makingit .'
Double EE Mobile Homes Inc. the company's advertising, access to It. necessary to call expensivefirm m Ci. : / ;*.)f {,;, : ;1
Gainesville Fla. since It would have its own Kiefer said that he was opposed like Johnson Service, :;.;:. ," a :.;:.:
4500 N.W. 6th Street swimming and wading pools, to spot zoning In the fewer times. :: .c <0' g gI ::

Sales & Service picnic areas, and other recreation county for mobile homes SAM but Morgan and Turknett recommend .;.111.. ... >:<'? Q : '. ,'/, .,. 111..
facilities. was In favor of what employing a firm, .
1 YEAR CONDITIONAL WARRANTYAll Other concerns expressedby proposed to docreating a such as Johnson Service j11 .: ;: .;;; /., j111
IDoublewides area residents were that first class park, specifically which is qualified to handle ::: 'L<' \ :' ::::
Sizes Including the park would create an ad- designed for mobile! homes. the equipment, then getting 11 >: '. :; j 1fI 1\\
dltonal traffic hazard at the that firm to leave instruct- !
Prices CompetitiveCLIFF ;.;{; $., '. <#"j $4<; ''., .t',v, './' '. ,,'' Wf' >'.
301-18 Intersection that waste ions routine '
; on preventive. I I 11; d',' S .' 111
Manager water from the developmentwould BHS InRegiona'Z malntenamce personnel. ;
flow into the lake (denied Turknett stressed that the :;: ; 'if ;:::
PHONE 372-5267 by the company's engin- systems at both BMS and SS m f( 1
eers); and a charge by Mal- are working only marginally at '
colm Dunn that mobile home best. More work is indicated, ':.:':. '/< (.',M" ., ),: : *.
sales offices "create a (From Page 1)) he told the board, in recom- :.::.: ',} "r:,'!,;'R 1"4ft"/ ";m"J.. '. 3e.
mess. mending a maintenance con- :: 1. ,.i.: Y :.
Assembly Applicants NeededAt This remark brought quick wise. I think if wa play" tract. ::: .,H: +' from Mark Olin, good ball we can win it. : .&'jWifbJJJif.t""jf :\ (
op- Turknett again blamed
response once
; erator of a mobile homes "Sixteen class 3A teams lack of proper maintenance on ::: '*$ ;;;, ::., ; 'J '(" '
General Electric sales office on Highway 100 are playing for the state the condition of the system. He ::: ','>%;\} f: ','A,
West, who said he consideredit championship and we're one repeated that thermostatswere :::: $
for Hebtluiocmbly a personal Insult for Dunnto of them. So we feel likewe're disconnected Jumped, ::1:: With cooking, shopping laundry kids-your time is precious. So why V
Immediate opening "
Imply that such businesses In elite company. wired wrong. Motors which :'::: waste it running around paying bills. Save time and legwork. Write a
action _u*'*
opr The Tornadoes came on
Torode were "junk said that yards"the coun- strong in the last two weeksof work the BMS heat/air louv- ::1: check and drop your payment in the mail. Open a time-saving :

ty has to grow-- and if youdon't the season, beating Galnes- ers correctly.The were.by-passed,wired in- :: Checking Account today. There's no better way to beat the clock. };'
.High dexterity and aptitude for put business on 301, yule Buchholz, 18.8 at that engineer told the board

assembly. *work necessary.are all the requirement told where opponents do you of put the It project?" lie point that; beating point, and Live Ocala Oak,Van-136at again and improper that lack maintenance of maintance is I. : On long trips or short,carryTheRescue Money.. jjj:.:.

that "what you're saving is guard, a team that broughtan r} .
the cause of the problem.ball 11 AmericanExpress I B1r.r7.in ;1 1
No training, experience or par that there is no place In Bradford 18-5 record into the BITSgym. y f fIf
titular educational) background County for a mobile home They lost 37-42 to Travelers Cheques Sl"imtB3F) :: ::: :' f ::
led club than our record !
Ocala Forrest, but until -
required. park.County Commissioner Halph the final three minutesof that Indicates.In We've proven" t1. I : :. : ::' .: _. _?: vH? i1
Coach Sexton the past two weeks,
.Apply between (the hours of 8 Bryan reminded the delegationthat a game
at present the propertyin feels his Tornadoes should says Sexton. 1 lost or stolen, get back and trip
A.M. and 4:30 P.M.! !Monday zoned OH (tope have won. The town of Oviedo is you your money your
through Friday at the plant located n question rural) which permits- "I think we're a better on SH-117 off US-17: x': is rescued. Spendable everywhere. Cost-only 1 1a per dollar.FLQRIA. ;1f:
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north of Gainesville and lots of things that could S
be worse." }. T. Parr h I
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present zoning, which per-
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k\ acre in OR classification, at : I
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A $19OOO9OOO Development :



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With Facilities

Unequaled In This

Part Of Florida

Shopping Center

Central Sewage Recreation Adult

AndWater Area

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Each of these large beautifully
landscaped homesites feature:
e All underground utilities +' '
Central gas outlets
Electric and telephone systemsCentralwaterand
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sewage systems tM !
Door-to-door trash pick-up
Off-street parking facilities S y a: A nt.. f? :- *xjF
for two cars -
Central TV antenna -y; .
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Fully sodded and landscaped lots l. u:!"t."'" ; 4". "II
Pinebrook Village will. proved its J /. .' ,-
residents with all the day-to-day services ---., e' U"J.1li.i' J
and r _...._ ,, ... ( ... J "J. '
conveniences of care-free suburban '. ,,, _"'III\\ :
living. Plus a closed-circuit TV system . """ : : 'L_ 'J: ..:;},. .._I t).
that _"' ". .. ... ... ., f3 -:-"' : '""'l'6. .
tunes you into all the community's .
recreational and social 1 activities 24 Hour !i! l & otL a'M ,.
right from your own living room. Security > } .:i
Security is the watchword at the
Pinebrook Village The private Guard Post Family Recreation Area
gatehouse entrance maLp.Q this; a

completely self-contained community BH ( RN __
and limits access to the area strictly to
residents and their visitors. Street lights ( S .
are located so as to fully i 8..
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'I classification( of 64 acres on U.S. 301 at Highway 18 from OR :... .---;---n_ -1)) i. I
(Open Rural) to RM( Mobil Ham Park) and BH (Business Sales 7 of Q ?
and Services). A special meeting will be h.ld Tuesday, March 6, J', D pH
I at 7:30 (In the Bradford Courthouse forth. .., .
p.m. County purpose t t-- -:""---- u ... I I
of deciding on our application. J ;. S _..----p: :: I ,., ,
We believe this project, representing a $1,000,000 Investment J--' .' ---v l I
will be a great thing for Bradford County, and we Invite your J-- -..-...-- n / '
support at the meeting next Tuesday. Please be advised that .' =
this project| was opposed by some-net all. o fth people In the Ir--. -U #'
Hampton Lake Area. *- _. ...

Progress for Bradford County can become a reality( only with .
new people, new Industry, and new businesses. We want to produce P.I.P.-r. a-_ --p
homes, fobs, and progress f for the County, Please help us. __ .
If you want this growth, we Invite you to meet with us at the Court- __ __.
house at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, March 6. / O
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: Attention! A ttention! Attention!


There Has Been A Proposal For A New Mobile Home Park And
Shopping Area For Bradford County With Recreational Facilities.
This Facility Would Mean New Jobs For Residents Of Bradford County Under

: Age Of 30. Also If You Are In The Low Income Area It Would Mean A Nice

Place For You To Live As Well As The People Living In $40,000.00 Homes.,

Think Of The Economic Growth Possibilities This Would

Mean To The Surrounding Businessmen In The Area.

Citizens Of Bradford County Aren't You Tired Of Traveling 30

Or 40 Miles To Do Your Shopping. ? The Proposed Shopping. Are.!.,,

In The Mobile Home Park Will Keep The Money In Bradford County.)

Live Here! Work Here! Shop Here!

And Have Access To Recreational Facilities!




To Special Meeting Tuesday March 6th, At 7:30 P.M. At The j

Court House.Do Come And Voice A Yes For The Growth Of Bradford County.
A Concerned Citizen
Who Loves Bradford County
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1 % $RADFO.RD SINCE:1S79rirWapI Co/: Blue And Gold Keystone Heights Area News

Banquet Held

For Cub Pack 305Cub Cadet Timmins

Wins Honor In Proposed Sewer System
Scouts of Pack 305 held
their annual Blue and Gold Air Force ROTCEdward

Banquet Friday evening Feb. PredictedAt
Page 8 Telegraph March 1, 1973 16, at the Keystone HightsWoman's A. Timmins Jr., Approval Is
Club. The parentsand son of U.S. Air Force Lt.
guests enjoyed a "What Col. and Mrs.Edward A.Tim-
Cub Scouting Is" Candlelight mins, Keystone !Heights] has Next TuesdayKeystone
program which was presentedby been named a distinguished
'.M 1A the boys. military cadet in his Air Force
'Y George Rast of Leesburgwas Reserve Officers Training of the project," Fox said. cost of running line from the
the guest speaker and (AFROTC) unit at the Univer- voters will go to The Council chairman also main to the residence. Costof
talked about his hobby,Graph- sity of Florida. the polls next Tuesday and said he felt sure the Coun- the service, after Installation -
olanalysls. The boys and their Cadet Timmins was selected express approval or disapproval cil would agree for the cityto Is estimated at $6.50
parents enjoyed writing for the honor in recogni- of a proposed $1,267,000sewer finance the initial cost for per month for residences, and
h phases and having Mr. Rast tion of his outstanding lead- system to serve the any resident unable to pay somewhat higher for busines-
analize these for them. ership, high moral character city and adjacent area extending the estimated cost
Mr. and Mrs. Al Watson military bearing and northward to the Key- of $700-$800, average allowing the ses.Council has stressed the
were the official guests for the scholastic achievement.The stone Airport. consumer to the city back fact that the vote next Tues
occasion and Mr. Watson was cadet who Is working Council Chairman Everett in regular pay monthly install- day Is purely advisory in nature -
presented with an award by toward his degree in geo- Fox expressed confidence ments at the going rate of and will not be bindingon
Cubmaster Roy Sellers for his logy, will be eligible for a yesterday that the majority of Interest. future decisions of the
outstanding work with Scouting commission as an Air Force Keystone's approximately 320 The $700-$800 figure includes Council. Chairman Fox has
In Keystone. second lieutenant upon com- voters will approve the proposition the initial assessmentat said that if the vote Is close
Roy Sellers then presented pletion of his AFROTC requirements "Those who have $5 per front foot on pro- he will favor going ahead with
Bland Ware, Nick Pappas, Ed and graduationfrom spoken to me about It seem perty serviced by the line, the project even though more
Reed and Art Wheeler, the college. lie is a mem- about three to one in favor plus $200 cut-in fee and the vote against it than for it,
1 40. ,li t l executive committee, and Joan ber of Phi Delta Theta. "But if the vote is over-
e Ware and Annette Slocumb, Cadet Timmins is a.1969 shelmlngly against the sew-
Den Mothers,with certificates graduate of The Bolles School. IM er project I would favor let-
of merit for their meritorius } ,. ting it drop," Fox said.
work with Pack 305. Representatives of the engineering -
Presentation of the following firm employed by
badges were given; Wolfe NEWS NOTESBy the city have said that if
Badges, Mike Jordan and Scott the city decides to go ahead
Ware; Bear Badges. Chris Pa- Helen V. tgan; with the project, work could
ppas and Bland Ware Ill; Gold possibly start within 11
r ) Arrow Badges, Scott Ware months ". unless thereis
Mike Jordan and Bland MELROSE HOMEMAKERSThe a slowdown in obtainingthe
4; Ware 111; One Silver Arrow, monthly meeting of the EPA grant."
:" Robbie Metz; Two Silver Ar- Club was held at 9:30: a.m. It was pointed out that the
rows, Bland Ware 111; Scott on February 22 at the Club- EPA grant picture is "hazy"at
Ware, Mike Jordan; Denner house. President Elaine Ash- this time due to cutbacksby
Kevin Bannon (left) and his brother, Bruce, are pictured with their parents Cord Badge, Mike Jordan. ley presided. Members ans- 4 the Nixon administrationin
after reaching Scoutdom's highest rank, Eagle Scout, in recent ceremonies. The following Webelos wered to the roll call on theCouncil's _: 9E -L : this area. It will still

Bruce was also named "Scout of the Year" for his Awards were presented to: program subject be possible to obtain a loan
"What I would like to do
Dennis Hengl who received the from FHA for preliminary
Sportsman, Atheletic and A- when I retire." As several planning, but these funds will
Bruce And Kevin Bannon quanuat Badges; Dean Slocumb members have been retired also be cut off next June, and
received the Forester, Geologist for some time, they still find New Melrose Church Of God the city must bet Its application -
Awarded High Scout HonorsMembers Scientist and Citizenship much to do of value to keep Inbefore that time.
badges; Bobbie Meadows, the busy, while the younger members To Be Dedicated March 11 The engineers pointed out
have dreams and desires
has been active in in Outdoorman Badge; l.UkeJar- that there is no alternative to
of Boy Scout Troop ther, Kevin, also were awarded scouting which look forward to.
105 held their annual banquet the Eagle Scout award. Keystone Heights for 5 1/2 osy, the Forester and Show Last they month's What does It take for a tually complete-- except for Installing a sewer plant except -
February 19 at 6:30 p.m.In the The Scout of the Year award years with his brother, Kevin man; Eddy Dyal, the Traveler "Wills and program printed was church to build a sanctuary furnishings and ready for to freeze the growth of
Woman's Club with around 105 was presented by George Man- following in his footsteps, for Scientist Citizenship on as valued at close to $100,000 dedication ceremonies on Keystone Heights and sur-
Scholar Engineer Showmanand material was not available, (Including real estate) witha State law will
parents and guest attending. ning, Keystone Heights Rotary four years. March 11. rounding area.
Mrs. Lou Miller introduced
Richardson also Denner Cord badges; Tom congregation of 36 mem- prohibit the installation of all
The Rev. Thomas Feamsterof Institutional Representative. George was It all started a year ago
Charles Schmidt of Starke
St. Anne's Episcopal Bruce Bannon was presentedthe presented with a plaque for Ms Parsons, Geologist Scientist who in turn Introduced Eugene bers and an average attend- with a series of cottage prayer septic tanks by 1967. It was
Church was the guest speakerand Eagle Scout award by his outstanding work with the boys Engineer, Naturalist, Traveler Shaw, attorney of Starke, who ance at services of 457A meetings attended by a also stressed that delay only
Artist and Citizenship bad large amount of faith-- Increases the of the
gave a very Interesting uncle, Art Norris, Jr., and past Scout Master. by questions and answers gave small group of faithfuls on expense
talk on some of the highlightsof Kevin Bannon accepted his Troop 105, which is spon- ges; David Wilcox, Assistant the members ideas and sug- obviously.But the east shore of Santa Fe project, since costs are moun-
his football career with the Eagle Scout award from Bill sored by the Keystone Heights Denner Cord. gestions as to what is essential if that's what it takes, Lake. Leaders in the handfulof ting ten per cent or more a
Baltimore Colts. He pointedout Warren. The ceremony was Rotary Club, meets every At the close of the banquet as to wills. He said then the congregation of the 14 pioneers were Joe Knapp, year.
the Importance of sportsIn presented by Art Klefer and Monday at 7:30: p.m. in the Installed three Webelos, Jim that about 50% of people in young Melrose Church of God Alfred Boree, and Anthony Paper ballots will be used
Boozer, Dennis Hangl and must have it, for their beau- for voting next Tuesday, and
a person's life. the charge to the Eagle Scouts Masonic Hall with the following wills Clvltarese. Their smallness
this do not need
area ,
Jim Andrew Huenluk into Boy Scout tiful new church, on Highway polls will be open from 7 a.m.
Awards were presented to was given by Art Petltier. District leaders: Thies,
the 27 boys In Troop 105 as they Committee Chairman for Scout Master; George Rich- Troop 574 with the candle light but lacking same, the pro- 21, north of Melrose, is vir- (Se. Page 9)) to 7 p.m.

advanced through their ranks the St. Johns District. ardson, Committee Chairman; Scouts ceremony set up by the Boy (See Page 9))
from Tenderfoot to Eagle Joe Hinkle, Tom Tyer, Bill of America Council.
Guests of the Honor Court ... "" Scout. Merit Badges and attendance were the boy's parents, Mr. Warren, Assistant Scout Mas- ". 11' 11' ""

pins were also pre- and Mrs. Jack Dannon, their ters; Ben Snow, Senior Patrol Richard Bedell, swimming H.B.D. CARPETS

sented maternal grandparents, Mr. Leader. Celebrates merit badge; Robbie Parsons, I .. _
The main event of the even- and Mrs. R. A. Norris, Sr., The boys have many activi- First Aid Merit badge; Steve HWY 1001 Mi. So. Keystone Hts.
Ing was the awarding of the and thler fraternal grand- ties scheduled for the future Dear, cooking skill award.
Scout of the Year Award to mother, Mrs. P. C. Bannon. such as a camping trip to Camp 1st BirthdayTroop One year pins were presentED Phone 473-4006 or 473.43722&4bei
Bruce Bannon. lie and his bro Bruce Bannon, 16 years old, Crystal, and a trip to North TO Richard Bedell,Scott

Carolina next summer. Pappas, Bobby Neale, Jim
574 celebrated Its Neal, and Robbie Parsons.
first anniversary with a Pa- Troop officers were sworn
rent's Night Dinner on Feb. in for the next half year,
Keystone 'Hlilies 13 at Faith Presbyterian those being Jim Neale, Sen- &6&
I Church. The pot luck dinner ior Patrol Xeader!; ; Scott Pap-
:! was attended by nearly 80 pas and Bobble Neale, Patrol
scouts, parents and friends. Leaders.
By Linda Wharton 473-4907 or 4648 After the dinner, a Courtof Troop 574 Is sponsored by
Honor was held and Jim Faith Presbyterian Churchand
CLUB WINS FOUR from World Wide Travel A- oma Nelson Bowling high game Reed, Andrew Huenink, Ron has meetings every Tues You Won't Believe .
WARDS AT FESTIVAL gency will be on hand to give for Jones with 216 points. Ne- Seabaugh and Jim Boozer were day evening, 7:30 p.m. at the
District 5 of the Florida details and price, $650, for oma also had high series of Inducted into the troop. church. If you are interestedin
Federation of Women's Clubs the trip which will Include 699 with the team having a Scout Leader Dick Able pre- joining this troop, contact
held their fine arts festival visits to England, France, Italy high series score of 3,770 sented the following awards: Scout Master Ables.

Saturday, Feb. 24, at the Wo- Germany, Austria, Spain points.On All
man's Club in Williston.The and Switzerland.For March 4 the DeWitt '*.....................,....................
Woman's Club of Key- more Information con- C. Jones bowling team will .; .. S7 COMMERICAL
stone Heights came home with tact Mrs. Larry Russell,473- travel to St. Augustine to bowl ., SHAG
4553. against Beach Bowl of Jacksonville :I .
four awards. :Mrs. Winton I
Keeth won first place and .,, .
:a Blue Ribbon In the Fash- ,
Ion Show with her entry ofa The annual "Smorgasbord"dinner :, .
sleeveless dress with mat- sponsored by the Key- SCIENCE FAIR .I ,
ching coat. :Mrs. Keeth is stone Heights Woman's Club, Winners from the Keystone :I I .
now qualified to enter the was a great success despitethe High and Junior high school .I 9 ..
State competition. rainy weather. The Com- in the County Science Fair held :,, .
Third place awards from mittee for this occasion and the weekend of February 16- :, A :
the Keystone club went to Mrs. the club members express 17 In Green Cove Springs are ., :
F. Koons with her enbrolde thanks to all who supportedthis as follows: Brand Name CarpetHigh Quality
tablecloth, Mrs. Winton Keeth project. Chemistry: First place, : i
with her satin floral arrange- The monthly luncheon pro- Gayle Quagllano;Second, Debbie @]
ment, andIrs.: Fremont gram meeting was held Tues- Mclnarnay; Third, Larry : / 65 Waffle Padding
oz. $1.70
Tolles with her poem. day, Feb. 27, at 12 noon with Turknett. .
Attending the festival were Ivan :Mitchell as the guest Zoclogy: Second place, Robin .. .
:Mrs. Earl Voyles, president; speaker with his topic being, Henderson. : .. Foam Padding $1OOAnnouncing
Mrs. Ralph Griffin, Mrs. Win- "Camellias". Botany: Second place, Terri .
ton Keeth and Mrs Fritz The March monthly card Aljets : .
Smith. party on Friday, March 2, Health and Medicine, third !! II ..
will be held at 1 p.m. and place, Donald Triest; Arnold I UY .
ALTAR SOCIETY :MEETS will be a desert Instead of Reed, Honorable Mention. : :
Mrs. Dan Pater and Mrs a luncheon so as not to Interfere Physics: Danielle Reed and .
Ty Garber were hostessesat with the "World Day :Mark Dykes, Honorable Mention : A Area
the February meeting of of Pryaer" which will be observed .. NEW Service ;
St. William's Altar Society at St. William's Ca- .
last :Monday morning in the tholic Church. COMMUNITY: What Price Safety I
) Church Annex. Refreshmentswere CHURCH WOMEN ::
served with a patriotic WORLD DAY OF PRAYER The women of the Community .
theme in keeping with The World Day of Prayer Church will hold their : Your Valuables AIRjcbzYKeystone
Washington's birthday will be held at St. Williams' General meeting Monday, for : rt ,
Following the business Catholic Church, Friday, March 5, at the educational S .
March 2 at 10a.m. All churches building at 1 : day night
meeting, the ladles enjoyed p.m.
listening to guest speaker of the city will participatein The speaker for the meet- LESS THAN YOU THINK! : dZ&nig it
Glen Kehnel of Assumption the services. ing will be George Wlnterllng, : : Heights
Parish in Jacksonville, who Refreshments will be served meteorologist and weather reporter Wealh.r Doctor
spoke on the role of adultsin after the services by the women on Channel 4 in Jack Don't gamble with the :
catechetical instructions. of St. William's. sonville. His subject will be : safety t I 473-3315 f

Please make plans to attend "Biblical Weather" and will of documents, valuables. Insure :
OUTSTANDING TEENAGERIn and bring friends be most Interesting. : .
addition to the three cho- and neighbors. your This World Mrs. Paul Stelnmetz Is the :. them against fire, theft, loss by i Dependable In Heating, Conditioning
sen as outstanding teenagersand Day of Prayer Is observedby program chairman for this
meeting. Mrs. Fred Smith has : renting a safe deposit box. .
printed In the Feb. 15 all of the churches throughout -
edition of The Telegraph, is the world and Is a very an Inspiring devotional plan- Refrigeration And Appliance RepairsLet
Nancy Maree Cannon. special day.A ned for the meeting and everyone : The monthly fee Is low and :
She will also be vlelng for ( nursery for small chil- Is urged to attend. .
the Outstanding teenager of dren will be provided at the Circle count will be taken you'll never worry again about : Us Central Air Condition Your Mobile
the Year as usual, so please be pre- :
Trophy which will home of Mrs. Marvin Kooner -
be presented by the Gover- on the corner of Satsuma sent to support your Circle possible loss. See us soon then : Home With The New Day And
nor along with John Maxfleld, and Lakevlew Drive(the green leaders. : relax don't !
Nancy W hlto and Harold EIs- house). worry.KEYSTONE
enacher. BOWLING !NEWS SILVER TEA ANNOUNCED : Units That Use 20% Less Current

I, Congratulations, Nancy I The DeWitt C. Jones Bowl- The Community Church Women's :
ing Team traveled to Ormond annual Silver Tea will STATE BANK Than Any Other Brand.
be held March 16 at 2 .
on February 11 for the
There will be a meeting bowling competition of the in Mrs.the Walter educational Crolick building., Chair- :. Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. .. Prices Start At 465.00Installed
4 on March 7 at 7:30: p.m. in Northeast Florida Travel .
Room 24 (portable) at the League. man, and Mrs. James Cook "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly : .
. Keystone Heights High School The Jones team took 4 1/2 co-chairman: list their com- { -

: discussing a 28-day trip to points from the Gator Lanes mlttees: Program chairman, L.................Community......................... Fast Service Quality Work
seven countries. An agent team of Jacksonville with Ne- (S.. Page 9))

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Keystone Hilites :,> News Notes l Local FFA Members i

By Helen Egan Celebrate FFA Week"FFA PORTRAIT
( Page 8)) Cape Cod last week for a last week.

visit with her daugher, Renee Everyone seemed to
enjoy Unites Youth With Op Interesting and relevant.
Mrs. Paul Stelnmetz Reser- son-in-law and new the lovely party given by Mr. (From March I portunities" was tile theme of SPECIAL
{; grandson, Zachary. and Mrs. Charlie McGlave. Pag 8)) the group will meet of Expansion career oppor-
vation and tables, Mrs. Michael in the tunties in the American
FFA Week agri-
John Wilcox was recently Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wahl and annex building for a National February
Redfearn ,
Mrs. Charles and get together and refresh- 1724. complex is notnew..Many people
Smith appointed to the National Moot Mr. and Mrs. Whltey Haynesat perty must be probated
A. Williams;; Table, Mrs. J. Court Board of the Universityof the Lion's Club last week the cost and attorney fees ments, at 1:30.: There are Bradford vocational ag- are needed to do the mil
; Stage decorations Florida Law School. He are high. A will is a pro- no membership dues, or reg- riculture students are observing lions of "jobs" necessary to
Madonna Circle; Table end.Herb occasion with a pic- keep. the agrt-complex mov
ular the
decoration presently In his fifth quar- and Charlotte Nelson tection. official setup, but mem-
Mrs. Gertrude ter in law and treasurers' bers volunteer torial display at the Chamberof 1.'}g, Smith says.
Chrlstoffers Mint school and is often drove down for the occasion Secretary to provide light
; Cups, Mrs. chairman of and refreshments Commerce window in downtown What Is new Is the emphasis
Richard Sunderland the council of ten and everyone enjoyed seeing reports were accepted, and contribute
Mrs. Ray Farris; Hostess which is the action arm of them. Julie and Ray Crabtreewere old and new business trans- to the petty cash box, from Starke, with five radio being placed on the broad
Mrs. William Beam,Jr. Mrs., the Student Bar Association. also down from Jacksonville acted. A telephone committee which purchase is made for programs In the county agent's spectrum of careers in the total -

Miller Wrinkle Mrs., ,C. R. Winners of the "Better Vis- and spent the weekend -- was set up of three mem- paper supplies, cups, and bev- spot during the week and today field of agribusiness. Fre-
Ion Week" bers Mrs. Edie Adie Mrs. ( 22)) quently members have the opportunity
Huston, Mrs. W. E. Johnson poster contest, with the Whartons. ; erages. Thursday, Feb. will
Pouring at Tea Table Past; which was sponsored by the Everyone was out to "Beat Gladys Van Neeta and Mrs. If you live in the new High work at the Bradford fair- to put their class-
Presidents Mrs. Roy ,Turk- Clay County Board of Public Herb Williams" last weekendin Lillie Roberts; The Town of ridge Estates, why not call grounds improving the site at room knowledge to use in an

nett and Mrs. Barry Wyman Instruction, were Jackie his annual birthday golf Melrose Is organizing a Mel- Mrs. Margaret Greaves, 473- the middle building.The occupational experience pro-
; Downie and Action Committee for 3519 Residents gram with an agribusinessfirm
Guest Books Mrs. Mike Bell. They tournament.We rose of other sec- Holiday Inn's sign on
B. F. MI-
zell will be entered In the County took a chance last Fri the -Centennial of 1976,with tions may call: Mrs. Gladys US-301 In north Starke also this expanding the opportunities
Mrs. R. L.
Jr. ,Nursery Pattie Reynolds McLean, contest and will be trying for day and drove to Palatka for Mrs. Christine Bartlett General Jennings, Hlllcrest, 3-4306; proclaims National F F A available to FFA
Mrs.; Joe the $25 prize. Good luck! dinner at the Crab Pot. Who Chairman. Each organization ,Mrs. Elsie Crist, 5-1570, or Week members.
Finley; Publicity, Darrell, Debbie and Tris- do we run into but Mr. and was asked to have a Archie Graham, 3-3172, Park- Vocational agriculture is FFA provides its membersan

ta Johnston are back In Key- Mrs. Ed Dennett and the Char- representative member, and of-Palms; or Mrs.John Roche taught over 8,000 schools in opportunity to develops
Mrs. James Cook, Canopy, stone to stay. Darrell has lie Head family. The crabs Mrs. Beulah Perry will represent Brooklyn Lake, 3-4531orBo- the United States. Objectivesare their personal and career potentials -

compliments of DeWitt C. been doing his tour of duty are pretty scarce right now the HomemakersClub. bert Aston, 3-4024; also this to prepare students for such as assuming
Jones of Starke. In the U. S. Air Force and due to the cold weather we've reporter, Mrs. Helen Egan, satisfying careers on the sponsibility, taking the lead,
Call Mrs. Redfearn, 473- they have been stationed at been having, but It should be The Club presented the two 3-4748. farm, in businesses that sup- speaking out for what they 0
3288 for donation of tables Lowry Air Force Base In better soon guest speakers with home- port modern farmers, and in believe, working with others

and supplies and make your Denver, Colo. They are pre- Mrs. Roy Bridges and made ties, the handwork of PERSONALS forestry, horticulture, and and These making and decisions. other

reservations early. sently residing with Deb daughters spent the day In Mrs.. Ella Simmons. natural resources. Agribusiness tivities'are FFA many unites
bie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ocala recently on a nice shop A gift of appreciation was Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jennings education today Includes youth with ways opportunities
PERSONALS John Knight, until they can ping spree. given to Mrs. Macle Allen > of Hlllcrest enjoyed a weeks instruction In agricultural states Advisor Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Os- find a place of their own. Madeline Hiatt of Valparaiso who served faithfully and so visit from Mr. and Mrs. production, processing, sup- More than 430,000 studentsof
born of Nashus, New Hampshire Nice to have you back. Ind. was visiting her nephew efficiently as Club President Charles Hawk of Elizabeth ply and service, mechanics, vocational agriculture are 8x10natural
stopped by on their way Mr. and Mrs. Tom for two She will town Pa. horticulture
Garner and his family, Mr. and years. con- forestry and nat- celebrating National FFA We
home from the Panama Canal flew to Chicago last weekendfor Mrs. Jerry Johnsen last tinue her service as Council Mr. and Mrs. Royal Shultis, ural resources. ek. color
Zone for a visit with their the American Institute of week. She Is an advisor of delegate of the Club. winter residents of Spring Discovery that's what It's
friends Col. and Mrs. Ed Mining Engineers Conventionat the Minnesota Woolens Com- The Alachua County Councilis Lake, were surprised by an all aboutyoung men and
Timmins. While here they tooka the Conrad Hilton[ Hotel. pany and Tuesday night gavea again sponsoring a childor unexpected visit of Miss June women seeking insights into Citizens Group
short trip to Cedar Key Mr. Garner read a paper on Fashion Wagon party at more to attend the sum- Brice; Mr. and Mrs. Harold their future In agriculture portrait99p
for lunch with the TimmInsand Heavy Mineral Separation. the home of Mrs. Frank Wal- mer camp for diabetic chil- Rerzlaff of Reedsburg. Wls. oking down the road today fora To Meet SundayAt

Mr. and Mrs. Azzle Williams. Miss Beth Trunkey has been rath, displaying all her beau- dren this summer. They are nieces and nephewsof glance at tomorrow, says 1st
the house guest of Mr. and tiful clothes. This program for these chil- the Shultis, whose summer Vo-Ag Instructor David Smith. BaptistA
Ed and Lou TImmins had a Mrs. Bill Bartlett recently. Monday night of last week dren is one of considerablecost home is Sun Paine, Win Key to success is a sound
pleasant surprise Sunday a While she was here they en- Jim and I were guests of but the benefits are far- The Retzlaffs were on their vocational education program. group of concerned citi- s
week ago when their telephonerang joyed a trip to Key West. Jim Fox at the grand open- reaching, and so every effortof way to visit their daugher in When combined with an active zens will meet Sunday after- saeHandling
and the party on the Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starnes Ing of Captain Joe's Restau- each club is to aid In raisIng Orlando. Mrs. Reed (Margo FFA chapter in which mem- noon, March 4 at 2:30, at the Charge
other end was a crew mem- have returned from a trip rant and Lounge In Palatka.It substantial amounts. The Martin, former Keystoner, bers learn by doing, the pro- First Baptist Starke.
Wide choice of
ber of Ed's In World War n, to Miami, combining busi- Is owned by Joe Miller, a Melrose Club will hold a bake spent last Saturday afternoon gram unites youth with career Purpose of the meeting will proofs

D. D. Trimble. lie came over ness with pleasure.The prominent lawyer In Palatka. sale on April 21, day before with the Francis P. Egans. opportunities In agriculture.In be ot orgalnze to fight the dri- On. subject two family
for a short visit before tra- E. T. Martin's enjoyed Mrs. Blanche CunninghamIs Easter at the Post Office in Her husband Reed and son, classroom and practical ve for legalized alcoholic bev- par per

veling on to Disney World a trip to Norfolk, Va. and out and around again after Melrose. John, both passed away within experience activities 'FFA erages Bradford County All Groups 1.00 extra per person
and plans to stop back by viewed the John F. Kennedy being confined for so long Members were given Time four days of each other last members learn about oppor- Interested persons are invited
on his way home to Indiana, carrier on which their son, with a broken bone. Nice to Sheets on which they will record month. Last week Mrs. Mar- tunities In the American free and urged to attend this meet- Cannot be us.d in conjunctionwith
Pa. They have a lot of time Richard is doing his tour of see you out. all the service time they tin drove to Tallahassee to see enterprise system. They ing.Present other advertising offers

to catch up on as It has duty In the Navy. Richard Mr. and Mrs. John Max- have spent toward welfare of her cerebral palsy grandchild, learn how to take advantageof for the meeting on COME EARLY AND BRING THtS' AD TC''IITCBELL'S
been 20 years since they saw returned with them to Key- well are new members of individuals and community as Milo, who is now 7 years old their opportunities and Sunday afternoon will be Jack
each other. Homemaker. The is and under Epps, leader of satatwide organization -
stone for his leave. the Keystone Golf and Country a report improving spendidly select a career. REXALL
Chuck Newman Is home recuperating Myron Prevatt, Sr. is hos- Club. Nice to have you to date from January I to the special treatments he is The vocational agricultureFFA known as United
from surgery pitalized in the new hospitalin aboard! June, of this year. undergoing. program of career education Christian Action, who will be DRUGS{
which was performed in the Gainesville. I'm sure he The Freshmen Class of the Legal transactions of the Although Myron Prevatt, Sr. strives to match the in Starke and Bradford Countyto
new North Florida Regional Club addition to the cannot have visitors at give help and advice informing -
would like to hear from his Keystone Heights High School were an presentdue individuals skills and poten- 127 E. CALL ST.
Hospital In Gainesville. Dot friends In Keystone. gave everyone's car a facelift by-laws, under Article n, and to his recent heart attack, tials with likely opportunities a citizen's orgalnzation
said he was spoiled rotten many This Is his address: North last weekend. They are an amendment on Member- where he is hospitalized at the which the student may find opposed to the liquor traffic. Starke fla.
from all the attention he got Florida Regional Hospital raising money for class functions ship requirements. These two N. Florida Regional Hospital, The public is invited to attend
over there. Coronary Care Unit State, and the Junior-Senior articles will be read againat he will enjoy Cheer cards and the meeting Sunday afternoon Friday & Saturday
Mrs. Myron Prevatt, Sr. is the next meeting, before notes.S. at 2:30.:
home recovering nicely from Road 26 at 1-75, Gainesville. putting to a vote. E. McKay is getting along "mortgage burning" of the March 9 & 10th
Bruce Prevatt home *
surgery several weeks ago. was Melrose Due to Clay Electric annual nicely following surgery on his new sanctury, which was dedicated 2 Days Only
for visit with his
Mrs. Bill Belote flew to a parents meeting on March 22 knee which has troubled him in 1966, through gen- A friend u.o;> has received

the Club meeting will be one for some time. erous contributions and pled- a plaque fur rainniuniiii' service -
: Church e a week later on March 29 at Mrs. Rosalie Colgin is at ges to this new edifice. says it ilirln't com with> / No Age Limit
KEYSTONE MELROSE 9:30. Members are asked to home and doing very nicely Bible Study Classes continue directions ON to how to makeit
(From Page 8)) bring a sandwich and remain after eye surgery, but is still every Tuesday morning at 9:30 do anything tise/ul./ Hours 10 A.M. To 6 P.M.
BUSINESS for the Sewing Class for which confined to her home in the educational building.
DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S In numbers was offset by their
you may bring articles of your e e e
enthusiasm and unbounded VeW Mrs/Chester;
and Smithof
choosing. Mrs. Lou lUller's COMMUNITY CHURCH
own -
: faith, so they proceeded with Little Bedford Lake have Robins are tricky. The first
refreshment committee Special services of
be the last
one of spring may
and borrowed enjoyed visit from their
plans finances, served delicious home-baked thanksgiving and fellowshipwill a son
SLIMS e until today their dream is a cakes and other dainties, while be enjoyed on March 11 and wife of Lakeland, and their one left] over from autumn.

pVtttt HAA:DARE beautiful reality. the members enjoyed a social when we celebrate the 13th new-born baby grandson.
Melvin Drake, of Lake time.
Fish -''H' Stuff GARDEN CiNTIt Brooklyn, pastor of the Subject for the March meeting

church, has announced that will be "Law In Every
: Bait A complete line of Hdw.
Lire the main speaker at dedica- Day Life."
: Cricket>Shinn.rs.Worms BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS cation ceremonies, set for

Minnow Plumbing & Electrical Supp. 2:30: p.m. Sunday, March 11, FELLOWSHIP GAME DAY 'Y
CrO'Tone FertilitersIniecticldes will be Dr. Ray Hughes, of An unusual pleasant after-
r I TACKLE-RODS-REELS Cleveland, Term., General Overseer noon was enjoyed on Feb. 22 .f d dt
C FISHING & HUNTING Lumber & Building Materials of the Church of God. at the Lions Club where mem-

;: LICENSES. AMMUNITION Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Light The public is invited to Join bers of the Club held their
ICE the congregation in this ser- monthly Game-Fun Day. Ed t

Keystone Hgt*. 473-4357 Keystone Heights 4733663TELEVISIONAIR vice.Mr. Roberts was Master of Cer- Y /
; Clvltarese is the church emonies, and Mrs. Lillie Ro-

: FURNITUREGIFTSLake COND. clerk, and also serves on the berts was hostess, serving I b SaV1fl r
Pastor's Council along with light refreshments while chit- t r MAhA.! iiyYk, tvA'

Geneva TV Service Center Knapp and Boree. chat and news gathering was '
/ ;
the topic of the afternoon. qet' rdKr r
Furniture Quasar President Lester Sheets ,

Some Veterans dropped by for the social hour, .w r.
Gift & Candle Shop TV STERO
and reported that a treat Is ACc0hhhhL ?
CAR AND PORTABLE Due Insurance In store for the members at

EXQUISITE GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL Dividend In 73 the March 8th Club Luncheonand t 4 : .

Nam Brand Furnitur AND program meeting. A representative 2 qf 0fl
RESIDENTIALSeeley of Clay Electric

Mattresses' Sold AIR CONDITIONING W.B. Mackall, director of will present slides and a talk
SALES & SERVICE the Florida Division of Vet- on the history of REA (Clay !
Hwy. 100 E. Lak Gnva erans' Affairs, says that veterans Electric) from Its early be-

1 Ml. East otKeyttone Hgt KEYSTONE 473.4651REAL of World War One and ginning.A v
Two, who have kept their G. covered dish luncheon will fp !'
ESTATE MOBILE HOME I. Insurance policies in force, be served at 12:30: in the Lions
will be entitled to an insur- Club building, with members W

Richard T. Lovorn Want to sell your Mobile ance Dividend during 1973. providing their own table service "

Homo? If you have a buyer, However, he advises that these and a charge of 25C! t rxiL
R31. Real Estate Broker Mobile Home Brokers willarranga dividends are not payable until toward rent payment. Friends ,'
the anniversary date of the and prospective members are
individual policies. cordially invited. This is
Insurance details for a brokerage mainly senior Older Americans
$297 million will be paid a or -
BUSINESS fee of 10% of the selling this year. $276 million will Club, for social and
price. For more Informa- go to World War Two Vet- fellowship Interests.We .
APPRAISALSKeyitone tion callMOBILE erans who hold National Ser- greet Mrs. Fran Miller
vice Life Insurance (NSLI) who had been absent for some
Hgt.. 473-3254 time due to her and
HOME BROKERS Policies with Prefix "V", divided moving
3.8 million members no knowing where
among pol-
Edna Kncpper; ....oc. RT. 1 BOX 350 J icy holders. she was living. Fran is nowa

473-4111 MELROSE FLORIDA 32666 $21 million will go to 147,000 resident of Keystone, and
veterans who hold United will be active once more.

Martha, Attoc. PHONE 475-1751 States life Insurance (USGLI) IT MAKES A LOT OF CENTS.
4733362BEAUTY policies with Prefix "K." MELROSE CHAPTER
Under a new program adopted The Melrose Chapter AA-

TOF _ In 1972, the World War RP sponsored another Disney AND NICKELS.
LEONARD'SOUTBOARD Two policy holders (NSLIcanuse World Tour on February 23,
NeWa their dividends to pur- with 46 members joining in

Beauty Style Skof SHOP chase paid-up additions to the 2 hour bus trip, start- AND QUARTERS.AND .
their present coverage. This, Ing at 8:30: a.m. and remain-
"For a lov.li.r:: however, does not apply to ing in order to watch the Dis- HALVES.

you"Phon World War One USGLI policies ney World characters paradeat AND DOLLARS.AND .
475-2211 5:30.:
Johnson Motors Additional Information on The monthly Chapter meet- DOLLARS.AND .

Botwoon SALES & SERVICE this and other veterans' pro- ing will be on March IS, at DOLLARS. AND DOLLARS.
be obtained by 11:30 a.m. This covered dish
grams may
Koy..to-o CLASTRON AND contacting either the local luncheon will be held at the f' OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY.

Holgh" CHECKMATE BOATS County Service Office, any Episcopal Parish House In :-, (Formerly First Federal Savings & Loan Association Of Stark)
Melrose. President R. F. Simmons -
office of the Veterans Administration -
Molro.o t Keystone Heights, Fla. or write to Mr. Mac- Is arranging a special

kall at P.O. Box 1437, St. program. ,,- G FEDERAL

CONTRACTORDemarco S.E. McKAY Societyof REALTOR Petersburg*33731.* Chapter For members early in joining 1972, their the rr'Il! ] fillilmm- : UARANTY

$1 dues for 1973 calender year
And Son ....
ReMesmbideerncti al Appraisers Exhibiting a new work of are due. .

Serving This Area For 26 Years sculpture she has acquired.an The Social Club of newcom- ASSOCIATION
Specializing I I I In Mrs. Melba llg.n 473.4110R.sld.nti.l'SI.bs art patroness will say only ers to this area, who were Pile/ 7/ou.if (){Savings": SAVINGS AND LOAN
475-1041 that U Is untitled pricelessand members of the National
L. J. Robinson the artist Is STARKE OFFICESavIngs
anonymous. AARP, have been holding a
Concrete Patio, Black Dolores Gllmor. 473-3600 monthly fellowship meeting at
Insured By The Federal
Work, Po'"tI"' .. Joann P. Gas sett 475.1622 THE away MAN at school whose and childrenare whose the Community Church educa- Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation 395 W. "MADISON ST PHONE 964-5000
Paschal tional In Keystone.
Carr building
Licensed And Insured 473-4058 wife Is visiting her sister says

FREE ESTIMATES Jam. Chesslnaton473 the loneliest part is suddenly With a haven so In many this folks area, finding a Welcome You May Also Make Deposits And Withdrawals In Gainesville At Guaranty Federal's other Offices'
realizing that the car radio is
Phone 373.1550 HomesAcreageRentalsLake Mat Is out for all of 3501 W University
always set on the same sta 220 N. Main ,
Front Sales Force senior
tion. stains This afternoon,

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Sweetest Strati-turrit This Side heaven Surprising Tornadoes

Page 10 Telegraph March 1, 1973

Lake Butler Falls At Take District Tourney I


Hawthorne's Feet In 2A After playing a'm.dlolre' i ,..,,..y Ir
I. ;a
game at CAN YOU

best:;! In route to Fri- 4' ...,

District Five TourneyLake day night's 40-38 BELIEVESAVE TORO

overtime:: win against -

Butler basketballers closed the half with a 35-25 ad- sprained ankle, hit for 13 points Palatka I
after winning a berth in the vantage. as the Tiger's leading South, Bradford returned -
finals of the Class 2ADistrict But the Timers fought scorer while Homer Weeks Saturday
5 Tournament, lost in the deciding back hard in the third.Quarter, and Abraham Perry !kicked In
[ game to Hawthorne 59- belting out points In the per- 10 points each. night to edge past I

50 Saturday night In Lake But- iod's play while holding the This made the Tigers fourth highly touted Green $3000/

ler. faltering Hornets to eight to loss this season to the Cove Springs In the
close the third period only
Hawthorne clobbered Inter- Hornets.
three points behind, 43-40. final seconds, 45- .
lachen 84-45 and Lake Butler Score by quarters:
dealt Santa Fe a 63-53 loss "The breaks won the game LB 12 13 15 10 50 41, andcapturedthe No. 20571
Friday night to gain the finalsIn for them," says Lake Butler IIII! 19 16 8 16 59 District 5 basketball -
a rough and tumble annual Coach Jimmy Thomas "Haw LB-Sirmones 4-0-8, Perry Sell
affair.In thorne just took advantage of 4-2-10 Jones 3-1-7. Weeks champ.o:1shlp.. M f ? 16
/the Santa Fe game Fred our mistakes." 4-2-10, Johnson 1-0-2, McDonald : Propelled .
Sirmones and Abraham Perryhit Jack McGIll, who missed 0-0-0, McGIll 4-5-13 It was the hands of Malachi i
that ultimately decidedthe _
for identical tallies of 17 practice all week due to a Totals 201050. Henry
outcome of both
points for Lake Butler while games
Robin McDonald After sinking the winning field Malochi Henry goes up for two points for
teammate added another II for the Tigers goal with Just five seconds Bradford. This I is the type shot h. made to With Bag
ranked in the top 30 of BHS Baseball remaining In overtime Friday give Bradford the boost needed to beat Green
night, Henry returned to Green
the State. Cove Saturday night to give BHS a berth In
The Tigers and Raiders Cove to do the same Saturday n/fr
night against the host Blue regional playoffs.Spikers .
split two games earlier this 7 r
season and Lake Butler won Opens Saturday Devils. With just two seconds
seven of Its last eight games, left In the contest,the 5-9 sen-
ior rebounded an errant Tor- 4
losing only to Hawthorne.
nado shot and promptly put It One Match
Bradford baseballers will trying to work them out prac-
Santa Fe led 10-8 the end
back for the differ-
up x'
meet their first opponents of ticing three hours
a day,
of the first but
period, droped
the 1973 season Saturday afternoon ence.
behind 26-17 at half time. against Buchholz at says Malachi Henry was thegame's Down From DinksRaiford 21" GUARDIAN
A late fourth fell with 159.95
quarter rally leading scorer 15
home with game time at 4 Buchholz will be playing with
short to bring an abrupt end points in addition to grabbingseven Self Propelled
experience with seven return- and the Starke Dinks the third game 15 12.
to the Santa Fe 14-11 season. of Bradford's 37 re-
P.m.Starting nine for Bradford ing lettermen, while we have bounds. Friday night he also remain atop the Men's Volleyball Raiford had a split for 1973 PRICE 189.95 Limited Supply
Score By quarters: five, Ronnie Kilby, Carl Ri- with their efforts lost
will probably be Eddie !Ha- the Tornadoes scoring League just one as they
LB 8 18 16 21 63 paced ,
herd, Charlie Green, and Eddie action to the Spikers but downedthe
night of remaining,
SF 10 7 13 23 53 zen at third base, Charlie 11 points on five goals and one
LBSirmones 7-3-17 Green at short stop, Tommy Hazen. charity shot. but the Spikers are just one co-leaders, the Dinks, AZALEASSee
6-5-17, Jones 3-2-8,Seeks 204 Wise at second, Carl Riherd "I'm still worried about the Along with the District match behind them. In two games, 15-6, 15-6.
,, McDonald 4-3-11.Johnson at first, Ronnie Kilby catch- pitching. If it comes, throughwe Class Championship, the Final matches were to be The Dinks matched RaItord's To BelieveBeautiful t
2-0-4, Young 1-0-2, Maxwell ing, David Kilby In right field, will have a good ball team.It Tornadoes won a berth in the played Wednesday, Feb. 28. night as they lost to .1
Gray Flynn In center, Gary held In Raiford but picked up a win
doesn't to
0-0-0. Totals 25-13-63. matter about the Ttegion-11 playoffs
Melvin at left field, and Hal In Feb. 21 action, the Spik over Keystone, 15-4, and
Ranked No.< 2 in the state, Edwards pitching accordingto defense If they are hittingon (See Page 11)) ers pulled with in one match 15-4.
Hawthorne didn't defeat the Head Coach Steve Bu- you they can hit In the of the league leadersas they STANDINGS; : Italford and Varities
now 17-7 Tigers without a shore. gaps," comments Bushore. won both their contests,down- the Dinks, 14-8; Spikers, $
struggle.The TornadoGolfers ing Keystone in their first 13-9; Keystone, 319.S.E.McKAY. Container Grown
Hornets went Inside In "Right now I'm hoplnghus- match. Keystone won the
the first half, and behind hot "We've still been making tle will make up for the lack first game 16 14, but the Large Gal. SiuONLY
shooting from Reggie Fort and mistakes that come from lack of experience,"concluded Spikers won the last two,
Everette and Mike Brown,they of experience and have been shore. 15-6, 10-6.
The Second match win saw
Now 3-2 them play another three-game Hts. 473.4816 1.79 \
60th ANNIVERSARY match with Raiford. The HOMES- I
Bradford High golfers are Spikers won the first game
UJESTBEND0 now 3-2 after beating Palatka 15 6, lost the second 15- RENTALSMrs. GRASS SEED
SPECIAL South 164-178 last Friday and 2, and came back to take
Melba llgen 4734740Col.
losing to Bolles 152-163 Tue-
sday, both games on. home BANTAM BASEBALL J. Chessington473-4679 ARGENTINA
ground. Bantam Baseball registration LB. 1.39 :
Bolles is undefeated and will begin Monday,March L.J. Robinson 475-1041
has already clayed and beat 5, at the Pratt Street Center Paschel Carr 43.4058 SOUL 59.99 ;
budget-pleasing Clay High School, last year and the Recreation Depar- i

were runner-up in state. Bol- tment Office. ___ __ BAH IA 100 LB.
in your s les is leading in the 114.99PENS
conference.In .
favorite color -- "'-- the Palatka match Danny COLA
'' LB. .69
'" McKinney led Tornado golfers DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
with a three-over-par 39.
A Teammates Terry Gaines and STARKE BAHIA so LB. 31.99
Ed Watts both took 41 strokes.
Stan Reddish was the last of Phone 961-6200 i -FL RIDA 100 LB. 56.99
four out of six, that count as ;
scores for teams with 43 stro- Rental I

kes over the par-36 nine holes. Hospital Beds, Walkers, \Wheel Chairs 8:. Crutches. ST 539 E Call '

Danny McKinney also led the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ;
Tornadoes in the Bolles mat- V ( iNTROL Starke, Fla
ch with two-over par-38,followed Phone 473-3176
I a.ar a.
by Watts with 40 strokesand 'l 964-5745
Gaines with 41. Matt tier- .
res shot a 44 on the nine holes.
The 163 scored by Bradford
was the lowest of the year
beating, the recent low of 164. $8995.00
8. Harvard
7x Others on the team but not Tiffany
r. k counted in the match are Stan Gainesville & $2,550 .
Reddish, 48 strokes, Herres '
ColorsAvocado { w 44, Bobby Patterson 46, Tuc- 2 50 DOUBLFAIDEHHtfflto \ :
+ ker 48, Jeffrey McRae 48, x --
Green David Gaines 49, and Luke \
;. Powell with 43 strokes."I O
t think we're Improving and 2 0
Or Harvest Gold t are getting consistent and can 1 .1
bring the scores down," states
David Hurse.

Friday Bradford golfers 1011. ,
travel to Green Cove to meet
the Blue Devils, then play at I
All with NO-STICK interiors! $ home against Orange Park. It t

19 \
Reno CageTourney

7 pc. SET SetThe Hwy 21 ::00 \

7th annual Reno Invitational Melrose
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Tornado Runners7th KH Golfers ATTENTION

Win Over

In Jax Meet"Individually Jax TeamKeystone's ADULTS

I was some- at Terry Parker'High SchoolIn vllle. Out of those 12 Brad-
what pleased, although we Jacksonville Saturday. ford finished 7th with a total f Bret Cole, Jack Bradford Union Area
were hurt by lack of depth" of seven points. AT Johnson, Bobby Hayes and
says Head Track Coach Glo- Twelve schools attended Most outstanding perfor- Larry Turknett turned In sco-
l, tia of 38, 39. 40 and 41 for a Vo Tech. CenterAnnounces
ver Howard commenting on Saints Run\ one of the big mance for Bradford was Nat res
the performance of Bradford invitational track meets dur- Mack In the 440 yard dash 36-hole total of 158 to lead the
thinclads In the Saints Run ing the year held in Jackson- with a time of 52.6 and fin- Indian golf team to their first

...... ishing fourth In the event victory of the season Tuesdayover That
according to Howard. Mack Edward White High School -

FLORIDA THEATREShowtimeWeekdays yeard also placed dash sixth with In a time the 220 of of Jacksonville.The triumph evened. the golf: Registration Is Now In

23.3 seconds. club's record at 1-1. Lastweek -
the Indian's opened against
7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 Mark Hodges, In one of his Green Cove Springs but lost
best personal times, ran the by four strokes 163-167. Key- Progress For Qtr.
mile In 4:48.3 for fith place. Y stone's best scores In the loss
FRl! SAT. & SUN, Paul Parsons placed sixthIn were turned In by Hayes ((38)
the half mile run with a Cole (41), Jack Johnson (44S Beginning March 1.
The cry el the wolf changed his life. H may changa yours time of 2:09.2: followed up by and Turknett ((44).
Joe Gordon, who didn't place Tuesday's victory was by a
Donnie S.wll knocks the boll from Green
but made the run for Brad- three shot maririn and was termed Course OfferingMON.
UN INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTIONSher ford with a time of 2:19.0. Cove players hands and Is charged with a by Indian Golf Coach Stefan -
foul last Saturday night In Green Cove. Brokas, "indicative of the
"I'm pretty concerned with
this team Is capable of
scores .
the meet coming up this Fri-
day at 4 against Palatka shooting.
p.m. District
BHS Wins .
the South and Green Cove. It's Last year's team was 13-2 in Bookkeeping
the first official meet of the dual meet play, Brokas Is hoping Cak. Decorating
WVYV& season," says Howard. (From Page 10)) Bill the Graham.charity shot Henry to convertedon putBrad- to match that record this Heavy Equipment and Diesel

t "We'll have to rely on Oviedo this weekend. Located ford back on top (43-42)( year with key returning letter- Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
"' TECHNICOLOR".u strength in the sprints and between Sanford and Orlando, Both teams saw one of their man Bobby Hayes and Bret Sewing
relays and hope to pick up Bradford will take on the home players go to the foul line but Cole. Senior Jack Johnson,Juniors American
one of two big places In the teamC21-2)Friday night begin- Larry Turknett, Bobbin History
miss their first shot in aone-
distance events. The successof ning at 8:00.: A victory would andone situation. With 1:07 Henderson. Bobby Grayson; Basic Education
the basketball team has place the Tornadoes againstthe remaining to be played Keith sophomore (Hank Morgan;eig- High School Review
affected track because of several winner of the Ocala For- Gainey went to the foul line for th grader David Greek, and! seventh (Preparation for GED Examination)
m.G strong runners on the restOrlando Bishop game the Blue Devils and convertedboth graders Mike Logsdon Math
..YIYM..YY.m.Y,. NYn IIIIo" basketball team," comments Saturday night and a possible ends of a one-and-one to and Russell Greek round out
Howard. chance at the state playoffs. give Green Cove the lead 44- the current roster. Hayes Is a
junior and Cole a sophomore.
"We had a 100 per cent effort 43.Bradford TUES.
Junior BoysBaseball from everyone," said brought the ball
cMySideofthe exuberant BUS Mike Sexton. back up court but Henry was KH Cagers Auto Mechanics
SetThe "I'm proud of them and just called for a floor violation and Floral Arranging
tickled to death. the Tornadoes turned the ball
Recreation Department "We had an outstanding team over with 57 seconds remain- End Season Heavy Equipment and Dletel
ID now registering boys, ages effort. It was defense and just ing.Green Radio & TV
j/Iountain .. 13 14, for its Junior Boys plain hustle that made the difference Cove then went into a With Loss Sewing
Baseball Program.To ." freeze which was finally bro- Americanism vs. Communism

A boy who dreams \ be eligible, aboymustbe Sporting a 23-3 record, ekn when Sheldon Hodge foul- Adult Basle Education
t\ Keystone's Indians played
old before August 1, ed he
13 years Green Cove was heavily favored Ownby as was drivingin
leaving civilization. / and must not reach his 15th going into Saturdaynight's for a lay UD. Down bv one winning basketball for 28 1/2 EnglishArt
of all alone birthday before August 1. and just 21 seconds remaing minutes last Thursday night
living contest with three pre-
The Junior Boys will part- and Green Cove's best sho- against the tasting's I Wild- Shorthand
wilderness vious wins the Tornadoes
the ... over
in fof icipate in a league that will be oter at the line, the game appeared cats in a first round District Typing
doing his thing.. 't made up of teams from Starke, The first period looked tube lost. Ownby's shot was 9 tournament game at Keystone -
Green Cove Springs, Orange a repeat of earlier matches off the rim, however, and Hod Heights.
-and wino wl with Green Cove jumping out to However the 1 WED.
Park, and Middleburg. ge came down with the crucial remaining 3
does it! Q They will be playing on a a large 12-6 lead by the end of: rebound for the Tornadoes. ]1/2 minutes of playing time

modified field with 75 feet the first quarter The game Bradford came back with the saw their opponents outscorethe Same As Monday Except Cak. Decorating
bases and a 54 feet pitching was different however,in that tournament host 100.
final seconds ticking off, Able
the Tornadoes Instituted 1-2-
REG. ADMISSION distance. The result: Hastings 59, Key-
Williams attempted desper-
2 defense which prevented the
will stone 50.Indian.
Practice sessions begin
ation shot from 20 feet THURS.
Adult $1.00 Child 50e after March 17, and at that time 'devils from working the ball The ball hit the rim and Henry out. Bobby Burner, play-
inside to their big men, Keith ing his lastgame as high sch-
Entertainment registration will close. Galney and Jimmy Hicks. came up with the rebound to Sames As Tuesday Except Americanism vs. Communism.
Family forms may be score the winning basket with ooler, was his usual self: in
picked up at the Recreation "We had excellent defensive just two seconds remaining leading a 11 scorers with 30
Department In the Old Arm- play," beamed Sexton. "We points. Juniors Bobby Grayson PLEASE CALL FOR FURTHER
ery. forced them out of a lot of things "It got to be a very phuslcal and Carry Turknett con-
301 DRIVE-BM; they like tr io. they do game," Sexton said. "[ thou- tributed 10 and six points resp I INFORMATION 964-6150
well." ght all of our players did a good ectively.
STARKE, FLA. "We used a 1-2-2 zone de- job in keeping their compo- NEXT GED EXAMINATION TO BE
sure and playing it cool. Bunnell will be partic-
,HONL 964- /414 fense which we have been usIng ipating In the Class A region GIVEN WEEK OF JUNE 4. ,_ __""
SHOW STARTS AT 7:00: the last couple of games FRIDAY NIGHT .
CLOSED ON TUES WED 'THURS. but it was the first time they U took Henry's field goal al tournament this week inquest ,
copies (Green Cove) had seen it. I with five seconds left in over of a second consecutive trip N ""-
FRI.-SAT. MARCH 2-3 think this really helped us In time Dlav' to preserve a win to the state tourney.
:that it caused a couple of turn- for the Tornadoes
of of the and a chance . . .
one overs and kept them a little nt Green'Cove Saturday. - - -..... --- -- - - - -
unadjusted. Rallying from a five point
world's most "Along with it we changed( deficit, Palatka South sent the "WITHIN YOUR MEANS NOW,
back and forth Into a 1-3-1 game into overtime as Steve
quoted defense as well." Williams sunk a 10-foot jum- PEACE OF MIND ALWAYS"
II with two seconds left in regular
In the third quarter Green
WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS' newspapers Cove won the jump, as usual, playing time.
-; and Jimmy Ricks tipped in the Bradford took the lead as -A
ball to put the 'devils on top Curtis White made a lay-up lTf1teJu U11PJt11t -
WU SEE HIM with 7:33: on the clock. Brad- with 1:10: left in overtime. ome/
Judged the most fair ford then held the host team South came back with basket,
newspaper In the U.S. byprolessionaljournallsts scoreless for over three min- but time was now on the side I Lake Butler Florida
I NOW "YOU J DONTTECHNICOLOR' utes while Able Williams sco- of the Tornadoes. ,
,/ themselves. A leading red five points as the Torna- Bradford then allowed the 496-4141
.. International dally One of does jumped to a 26-21 lead. clock to run down until Henryat I
..CJC2 the top three newspapersIn Maintaining a five point lead last sunk the winning bas- "Call Collect"Serving
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b--.UI..JIY u Oil ""CSi it-SSYw- the world with five seconds left.
according to until the final< minute of the. ,
journalistic polls. Winner period, Bradford them committed The final outcome was a 40- Union & Surrounding Counties
of over 79 major awardsIn three turnovers and 38 win, the third straight for Doyle M. Archer, L.F.D.
the last five Tornadoes and their third
years the Tornadoes saw exteam- the ,
Including three Pulitzer mate Jimmy Ricks sink two win over Palatka South. Ambulance/ Service Funerals Monuments
Prizes. Over 3000 news straight baskets and cut their
paper editors read the lead to one as the third period BRADFORD 6 13 11 15 45
The strangest trio ever to track a killer. Monitor. ended. G. COVE 12 7 10 15 44 "Volunteer"C

-. 'JOHNWftYNE3 Y t V, name Just send and us address your the Bradford final quarter lead by until one most Ownby of 1r::;:::.:xx:::: : .>:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::;:;:::>::;:;:*:::V-W::: :::::::::Wfi::::::::::::::::%:: ::::: !: : :::: : : :: : :: : :::: :: :: :: : : :: :;: ::::::: : =:: ::;:::::::: ::: ;:: }

GLEN < iWT a :el HAivtos' few and free we'll copies mall you of the a oter and sunk Keith to two tie straight Gainey the game charity sunk up 15-fo-42-42 shots !1 COOPER'S NURSERY & :t

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P... 12 T.I.graph March 1, 1973

amilies Needed

... To Be Hosts To

Letters to the Editor., U.S.MAIL Foreign TeachersStarke

LET THE WORLD:' KNOW that one professes to be a bringing this issue up in the area families are needed -

Christian ought to let the world first place. to entertain Englishsp

Dear Mr. Matthews: know that they would automa- eaking European teachers In
If I have read the news-
tically be opposed to some-
I have read with much Interest thing like this. papers correctly there were Ing to others who In the fu their homes for one or two weeks

recently, the various two men in Starke who oper- ture might get similar ideas. a spokesman this summer for ,the according American to
notices in your,paper of certain I would like to suggest that ate businesses, who were the
churches and individualswho we as Christians do some- main instigators of this whole Jesus said in Luke 16:8: that Host Program.Now .

wish to go on record as thing more than just talk a- thing. It wouldn't be hard to the children of this world
opposing a vote on the 'wet- bout the issue. I believe we figure out their motive for are in their generation wiser iⅈ In its eleventh year, A-
issue in Bradford County. than the merican Host is one of the new
dry' do children of
can something of a prac- doing this. If Christian people light. ,
I commend them for this tical nature to show the two wanted to, they could makean This means that sometimes -, non-govermental programs
public stand and join themIn Christians could designed to show the American -
"king-pins" of this movementthat example out of these two get some
It. However, just the fact we don't approve of their places of business as a warn- wise ideas or methods from way-of-life to foreign
the children of this world. 4-H Club Horse how Winners teachers by pairing them with
In the light of this statementby American families.

Jesus, I wondered if we Our Bradford 4-II Horse numerous games like barrell first in six events and was All the host family has to
AnnouncementThe might be able to learn some- Club sponsored a good 4-II racing, reining, pole bending, in the top three in several do is to provide a private
thing from the world about and open Youth Horse Showat and double bareback. others. Cindy Hester, Tim room for a guest, and free

I how to combat this matterin the Fairgrounds in Starke Judy Loper, 4-H Horse Head, Randy Milildn, Doug time for one or two weeks to
a practical way. Here is last Saturday. The 17eventshow Club President (at left above) Milikin, and Teressa Boyce 'introduce the guest to friends -
something I came up with. featured halter and was the high point riderin also took first place in at neighbors, and per-
pleasure classes along with. the show. She placed least one even They are
Minority (and haps fellow teachers.
groups we as
shown, along with Judy, at
Christians are a minority),
right. American Host arranges all
are successfully using a tool

January 6, 1933 issue of M. Miller, who have purchased The which they call "Boycott" to I < :uin < 0>' Agent! :X nt.bookIh transportation.are asked to meet Host their families guest

Telegraph effective February 1 make their demands felt, and The Bradford 4-H Horse
The Bradford County Telegraph carried upon arrival In their commun
1973. to bring pressure on the group Club will have its next reg- ity. Teachers and host fami-
the following statement by EugeneS. I
they feel are responsible for ... *. : ular meeting at 7:30: (Thurs- lies have an opportunity to
who .
Matthews, then publisher, pur- the inequity. Whether it be :
chased the paper In 1893: The sentiments expressed so well union groups or civil rights : :1'- BOBBY day, March 1) at the Agriculture correspond before meeting.

four decades ago by E. S. Matthews groups or whatever they have Building In Starke.
"After 40 years of ownershipI apply equally well In this latest trans- had remarkable success using ,.--of Members will hear Dr. Bill Arrangements for partic-
TAYLOR ipating as host family can be
this a
Jackson, our Extension Horse
am retiring from The Bradford action. Although I intend to continue Specialist from the University made by writing to:

County Telegraph to be succeeded assisting with the paper to the extent I would like to suggest that )f Florida discuss 4-II horse

by my son, Eugene Liddon Matthews, that "the law allows," the day to we as Christians, and any L. srograms in Florida. Any Tom Murphy,
day operation of the business the others who might be in sym- The American Host Pro-
who has been in charge of the paper young person between the
responsibilities the headaches and pathy with us in this matter, age of 9 and 19 years who gram,
since last July. ,
try using the same tool in Hotel Commodore Stiite
the great satisfactions of trying to making an example out of A shortage of hay, grazing, ium nitrate per acre. With has a horse is eligible to ,
"The deep regret that I would do a job for the community will be these two places of businessin and the high feed costs are the rainfall we have had and join For the more 4-H Information! Horse Club.call New York, N. Y. 10017.
causing beef ,
our cattle folksto milder temperatures these
ordinarily feel at making announce- theirs. Starke. I wonder how many scratch their heads and temporary pastures 4-H Horse Club leaders Bud I
ment of retirement from activityin Christian people who have sta- wonder just what pro- Milikin at 473-3098, or Bill Deadline for information I is.
my ted their views in The Tel- they can do duce a lot of grazing if man-
the newspaper field is mellowedby Although selling the paper to an egraph, or in some other way, about their problems. These aged properly. Overgrazingand Melson at 964-5860. !March 15.

the circumstance that my paperis "outside interest" would have been a will stop in after church Sun- high feed costs are taking grazing too soon are pro-

passing into the hands of an only traumatic experience (as one fellow day and have dinner in these much of the profit the cattle- ably the most mis-used prac- Our

son whose character and morals publisher who sold his that way said-- establishments? man could make with higher tices.
prices for beef on the I
and Intellectual training qualify him, "like cutting off your right arm")such The Bible says, "Have no Profits will be determined hoof.by Our Cattleman's Asso- V. Natural 1 .

I believe, to become a worthy member is not the case in this instance, fellowship with works of dark- how economically feed can be ciation is getting into high gear J

of the Florida newspaper fra- and I consider myself fortunate in ness, but rather reprove provided during the next few with plans and preparationsfor WORLDBy

ternity. having two well qualified young men them". Mow many of you belong weeks. their first annual 4-H and
FFA Steer ?Marilyn Mullis
Show and Sale for
to club civic !
some or
as sons-in-law, who are willing to I mentioned in January that club members of Bradfordand
organization which has been _
"This happy circumstance leaves shoulder this responsibility. having banquets or suppersin it was time to top-dress ne t'nionCounties. The Show Naturalist

within me the feeling that I am not one or both of these busInesses and ryegrass pastures with and Sale will be heldon Thurs-

entirely cut off and set apart from I believe that the communityis ? Why don't you refuse up to 150 pounds of ammon- sday, April 5,during the Brad- Wild animals can some- cently occurred in Starkewas

the fellowship of the fine men and also fortunate In having owner- to attend any function of your ford County Fair. Responseand times become dangerous and unfortunate Indeed for
local folks
women engaged in Florida journalIsm ship of the newspaper remain in organization that is being held media has been considerably been support excellent.by We hope that has it is we who inadvertantly the unsuspecting lady who was

; but if this were not true, if control of those who are familiar in these places. The churches lackadaisical. We feel that this support will continue cause this. bitten by a squirrel as she
who have been
having their articles about
absolute I still with and in sympathy with the needsof the three weekly approached a trash can. It
separation were visiting preachers and evan- the FFA activities which were through the Sale. An alligator living in a lake was even more unfortunatefor
could not cease to cherish a feelingof the area, rather than have it become gelists eat and stay in these not printed, were of little We seemed to have quite a frequented by people, may the squirrel because he
interest in the welfareof part of "chain" operation places should stop It. \\e certainly We do however
deepest importance. few problems last year with soon become an accustomed was killed due to the suspicion -
the fraternity, individually and which might or might not be in em- can't put them out of think that the coverage of our azaleas and camellias. visitor and well-meaning cit- of rabies. The suspicion -

collectively, for the fine consideration pathy with the community. As lifelong business, but one way to geta the week of February 17-24, Many azaleas would wilt and izens may begin throwing foodto proved unfounded, but
to med-
and many courtesies that have residents of Starke, the new owners dle persons with his pocketbook.As was of great Importance.That die during the rapid growing him. Eventually the gator it still proved to be a harrowing -
week was celebrated by more
Our will learn to associateman experience for the lady -
been shown to me by them in the have a background that will be invaluable than 450,000 FFA members season. plant pathologistscould
not isolate diseasesand with food. Let's faceit .
far I any
as am concerned
to them in continued ,
publication United
past. across the States as
the boycott is now on. No suggested that we could alligators aren't veIj'bright These situations can be pre-
FFA week
of the paper. more "pr 'er breakfasts", National as pro- have had water damage or an and when man Is a- vented. Those well-meaning
"Through all the years that may Gideon's meetings, or any- claimed by President Nixon. unknown virus. Kemember- round, food falls into the wa- people who insist on feeding
yet be mine, my constant wish will They are fully aware of the thing else for met, until I Your newspaper article, by failingto ing the heavy rains last summer terthe alligator doesn't differentiate animals by hand, thinking it
tradition of service to the include our completely -
commun- of food and
mat between
see a public retraction of ana ooservang many cute someday
be that prosperity happiness shall their. terribly may
v*. ity carried on the The Telegraphfor stand In the paper. This is 'weakened our planned. our' plants were planted too deep an arm or'a leg or perhapsa wonder when those cute lit-
attend you, and each of you. FFA Week program In this in flat-woods soils I The has
our swimmer. alligator
almost a full century, and the just one man's opinion and tle animals turned into aggressive
idea. Please think it count}'. suggested to most folks that not turned mean, but he has monsters.
demands of time and effort that this over.
Thank Mr. Matthews for they raise the plants. This seemed been made dangerous.The .
you ,
entails. printing this. We trust that jour news- to correct some of our I am not saying that feed-
paper will begin to supportthe problem. same principle holds ers should be abolished, butI
With only a few changes in names As written by the retiring publisher FFA In Bradford Countyand true for mammals such as do think that more Ingen-

and dates, comes now the time to of forty years ago, "This Respectfully, we feel that your supportfor Remember, azaleas and raccoons and squirrels that uity could be used to prevent -
make a similar announcement.After happy circumstance leaves within me Rev. Merle L. Packham our members is not un- camellias will not stand wet are occasional nuisances a- squirrels and raccoons
warranted. It is the Brad- feet. They must be planted round homes or parks. Over from monopolizing them.
the feeling that I am not entirelycut ford Chapters that have a mound or bed in many parts the jears these animals have Trash and garbage should be
40 years of publication by off and set apart from the fellow- WHO WILL BE!NEXT? brought much recognition and our area. either been fed by humansor placed In tight containers that

Eugene L. Matthews, the paper is ship of the fine men and women honor to Bradford County by have found food in our mammals cannot easily open.

once again changing ownership, this engaged in Florida journalism. Dear Mr. Matthews: the efforts and accomplish- Our strawberry growers garbage and will sometimeslose watching
time not to a son, but to two sons- Your ments of its members. We have proven the advantage of their natural fear of man If you do enjoy
editorial entitled"Un using mulch around growing and approach someone with these mammals gather corn
and John feel that people buy
in-law G. many
Bobby Ferguson
-Eugene L. Matthews speakable Traged)'" which deplores to find out plants. Mulch, whether it is food. or seeds that you place out
the Supreme Court your newspaper for them, make It a definite -
rulIng accomplishments of school black plastic, straw, leaves,
on abortion helps fill the and especiallythe pine bark, or gravel helps The sad incident which re- practice to discourage anybold I
A ReturnIn To LogicSen. need for human decency.The organizations FFA.If stabilize soil and soil temp- animals if startle they them startto r
approach you -
erature, holds soil moistureand '
following quotes from a good circular No. 104 that by jumping at them or even .
the wake of a recent U. S. Deeb believes, however, that the Committee of Ten :Million we were accomplishing prevents or slows the growth can serve as a guide for }ou. throwing a stick or pine cone i
of weeds around
wouldbe plants.
because of the new ruling there is should alert everyone to nothing, perhaps there This soil In their direction. If they remain -
Supreme Court ruling, a Florida no need for coverage, but Mulches should generally be guide covers prepar- 1
no need for Florida to remain stuck the horrors of abortion: ation, fertilization,irrigation, leery and afraid of man, .
State Senator has called for abolishing our efforts and accomplish- used around trees, shrubs and (
the State's computer-conceived with the 1972 plan which cuts across "The first duty of govern- ments speak for themselves. flower beds. Usually one to weed control, insect and dis- it will prevent bites and save I
ment is inches of mulch will ease control, and nematodes. them. What could be an easier
to two do the
city and lines in strained protect your life.
county a
1972 legislative reapportionment planin If the state can "legalize"the We Remain Yours Truly, job for It also lists the varieties of target for a squirrel hunter
an effort to bring back "some effort to achieve mathematical equal- murder of some, it can Gary Melvin, President vegetables that will grow in than a squirrel which has no

sanity or logic" to Florida's reapportionment ity. Back in 1972, sponsors of the "legalize" the murder of Paul Hutchins, Jr., V ice- North Florida and gives Information fear of man? ':
picture. plan said it was necessary to disregard many. President seems to be a lot of such as seed and row

political boundaries becauseof Gerrle McNeal, Secretary Interest in growing home veg- spacing, seed planting depth, aM \ -
"If an unwanted etable gardens this vear. expected yield, and days from
baby's life
The Supreme Court in a rare the "one-man, one-vote" edict Becky Hutchins, Treasurer Home like <'! :::
not protected neitheris Marlon Thornton, Sentinel gardens, any crop, planting to harvest. To get : ...
show of logic, ruled last week that issued by the federal courtsbut yours. Abortion today jus- Jackie Marr, ReporterJim need some careful planningand your copy, call or come by ->

strict equality of population is not now the justices' latest ruling appears tify" killing unwanted elderly Johns, Chaplain preparation to be success- your County Agent's Office in '.

required in legislative districts, and to backtrack on this concept. over 70 years. ful and productive. We have Starke. "U"'IL I .1. ,-.C'J

Sen. Richard Deeb (St. Petersburg Nazi "government ap- ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-:::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:;-x-x::::*::::.:-:-xWXX'Hx.Xj::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::;:::::;:;:;:::::;:::::::;::'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:::.:.:::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:

Republican) Immediately announcedthat proved" gas chambers killed
The reapportionment plan now unwanted Jews.American m; SANTA FE COriMUNITY: : COLLEGE::: :;|:;
was drafting a new reappor-
tionment plan for consideration by in effect in Florida cuts counties, ;*::: SPRING TERI1: :;x;;

the upcoming legislature.But cities, and even voting precincts intoa proved" abortion"government chambersare ap- ;ir March 28 1973 to June, 15; 1973 :.;$; I

confusing morass so that neitherthe now killing unwanted ba- 1 I i

Florida, unfortunately, may voters nor the members of the bles. Your tax dollar helps 1:: STARKE SCKiDUIj1; :. ;m

be stuck with its nearly mathemati- Legislature in some cases, know pay for the killing."In N I

cally-perfect reapportionment planat who is representing who.Florida's war, the medical corps 11 1 REGISTRATION AT MIDDLE SCHOOL 1j j t

least until 1982 since the State saves lives. In abortion, the :
medical profession kills lives. :1I::: MARCH 6 FROM 1 6:30: 8:30: :: ;
Constitution authorizes apportion-
in the second after jig-saw reapportionment Aborted babies get no Purple 11 1 !
ment only year plan was upheld by the State Hearts, no Taps, no Memor- k

each decennial census. Supreme Court, but was never testedin ial Day. r Course Crelit: r* \

There is also some question of happen a Federal if it is court--carried so anything that far could in a the"Abortion living baby techniques apart, cut pull him, ;1 No. -Sec tion Name Days !!2.i2; .::_ :;1 !

whether the ruling, which held that test case. In view of last week's ruling in pieces, or pickle him alive :::: :::. f I

traditional county and city lines couldbe there seems to be some "lightat in a salt solution. But no *:: BE 100.62 The Ind. in a Changing Environment T 3 '

preserved in a Virginia appor- the end of the tunnel" and a anaesthesia is given the baby. :x:: :::: I

tionment plan, might not hold goodin possibility, no matter how faint, that A horrible painful death! BY 112.64 Intro. to Genetics and Evolution H 3

Florida. It seems that countiesare some time In the foreseeable future, Sincere reflection on the

traditionally a more importantunit a Florida voter might be able to above statements should move 212.62 of T 3 ;1
;m BA Principles Accounting
in the Virginia legislative set- go to the polls without consulting a one to do all he can to cease I'
up than they are in Florida. road map. such senseless murder. :; ::
1: BA 270.64 Business Law !I 3 *::
Let us all write our state
*: J :

telling legislators them and of our congressman strong op- ;: ES 202.64 Principles of Economics H 3 1 1 1x

position to abortion.

The Bradford County the Old 1t/1nf/l. Thank you! Yours truly, .1 1 EH 104.64 Literature and Composition H 3 11


TELEGRAPHFLORIDARESS I- --l: Mrs.Hampton Francis,Meng Fla. '1*; MS 102.62 Intermediate Algebra T' 3 1 1

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: t.< : LACKADAISICALDear :Ii.;1 py 235.64 The Psychology of Social Behavior H 3 ; :
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/ \ ;t.fh: Sir: :$: SC 230.62 Marriage and the Family T 3 ::::1
ASS O'CKATION : .. ".. ,nlllll'
It has come to the attention : 1 11
Published each Thursday and nttrtd as Second of the members of the \
"The who look hurk- '"
I Class Motttr at the Post Office at Stark, Florida J ,lth man .. Bradford Chapters of the Future \ June 15 Classes J :
under Act of' March 3rd, 1879. wan \ worry I. likely"10 Farmers of America \1 1 March 28 Classes Begin End :
bump into trouble aheud.V .
that the support by this new "t:.;::.:.:::::**::xXWxWKr :::: ::::::: :::::;::;::::.-::: .;:::::::;;;;:>.::>.:.:.;.::-.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.;.:.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::-:;:::-:.:::::-:::::::::-.:::;;:::".::::-...:;-

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I ....- --". _'"'0__ u Legal Notices ;. '" _., LU....I CHURCH Grace United SCHEDULES Methodist loss Massey of their and families wife and in mo-the LAW T E Y I. I

Church: Sunday School 9:45: ther.Mrs.
I a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Joyce Futch of Brunswick 8y Elizabeth. Terrycent's
line Mclnis and you are required -
and 7 p.m. MYF Monday 7 Ga., spent the weekend
to serve a copy of your Choir Prac- with her sister Miss Eliza-
p.m. followed by Hospital on Friday.
NOTICE written defenses, if any to it, tice. beth Terry. On Sunday she Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mos- Hicks returned to Jackson daughter Mr. and Mrs.Maxie:
on the plantiffs attorney ville. Reddish and family of Rai-
attended Grace Baptist Church
whose name and address is ley of Maxville were Sunday Mrs. A. C. Pearce and Mrs. ford, on Monday.
Highland Baptist Church: with her son and daugher- dinner of their
Hon. Lex Green Starke :Fla. guests parents Floy Bennett of Rev. and!Mrs\ Chism
Public were guests George
HearingA Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Wor- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Benton Mr. and Mrs. Harold
and file the original with the ship Services II a.m. and 7 Futch, and Eve. Eunice and family. their sister-in-law Mrs. Sarah of Monlac, Ga., and Mr. and
clerk of the above styled; courton Thompson of Jacksonville !Mrs. Frederick Prescott, of
pm. Prayer Meeting Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Norman Harold of John-
Public or before March 5, 1973: Monday to Wednesday. Highland were dinner guests
Hearing will be held at the City Hall visited their brother-in-law Tenn.
son City was a guestof
City of Starke Florida at 7:30 P.M. March 13, 1973. otherwise a Judgement may be day Practice.7:30 followed by Choir and sister, Mr. and Mrs.Lar- his aunt, Mrs.Hester Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kirk- of Mr and !Mrs.\ Leonard Nor-

All parties will be heard at this time. entered against you for the rle DuBose, of Decatur Ga., and cousins Mr. and Mrs. land and family were guests man and the Carl Normanson

APPLICATION FOR CHANGE IN ZONING relief demanded in the com- PERSONALS over the Washington Birth- Glenn Shuford and family on of their uncle Dewey Good- Sunday.
CITY OF STARKE plaint or petition. weekend.Mr. Britt Rosier of Green Cove
day win, and aunt Mrs. Sue Dan-
Sympathy of the Community Sunday afternoon.
Request has been made on the following from Com- Witness my hand and the and Mrs.Charles Stein- iels of Cuthbert, Ga., last Springs called on his In-'
is extended to Rev. A. E.
mercial & Residential to Commercial. Described as seal of said Court on Febru- houser of Jacksonville were weekend. laws, Mr. and Mrs. Les Mc-
follows: ary 2, 1973. aaa ;AD4Doa==4OC guests of their cousins Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kel- Mr and Mrs. Les McClel- Clellan on Thursday.Mr. .

NW 1/4 of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 and S 1/2 of SE 1/4 of Gilbert S. BrownAs ations, and Mrs. O. J. Anders on ly and Mrs. Ernest Wells land were guests of their son and Mrs. Ben North
NE 1/4 West of IIwy 301 except R/W Sec. 32-Twp 6 S. Clerk of said Court t BRADFORD COUNTY Tuesday.Mrs. attended the funeral of Mrs. and daughter-in-law Mr. and of Jacksonville, spent tues-
Range 22 E. West side U.S. 30. Approximately 18 acres. By: Beulah M. Moody Andrews Drugs of Chiefland, A. C. Pearce and Mrs. Frank Jones at Keystone Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and day with Mr. and Mrs. J. F.

Property location by or near the following: As Deputy Clerk Inc., Starke Fla.; Eddy & Floy Bennett were dinner Heights on Tuesday. family of Jesup, Ga., last Robertson.
Located just South of Sterns property on West sideU. Harley Pulpwood Inc., ::..tark'e.Fla. guests of Miss Debbie Phillips weekend. Tommy Hollinsworth, of
S. 301. 2/8 4t 3/1 .; Levy Construction or- in Thurs- Mrs. Marion Hall and Hampton was a dinner guestof
To be used as: Over night trailer park and recreational poration Brooker, Fla.; Mer- Macclenny on Miss Ruby Carroll of Jack- Jeff, of Jacksonville were son Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pre-
rill Construction Company day.Sympathy sonville was a dinner guest vatt on Sunday.
area mobile home park. is extended to the supper guests of her sister
All Parties wishing to be heard must be presentat NOTICE OF ELECTION: Inc., Starke Fla.; Rlbault of her uncle and aunt Mr. George Privett and son, Kevin -
family relatives of Brownie (Hester
and Mrs. O. J. Anders on Mrs. Hicks on Mon
Heights Sewer&Water Works
this time. WHEREAS on February 20, Austin who passed awayon of Ocala, spent the week-
L. M. Gaines A.D. 1973 written applications Brooker Fla.; Simons &Har Saturday.We Monday. During the after- day.Miss Arthurine Blanchardwas end with his mother Mrs.El-
rell Farms Inc.,Starke Fla., noon Miss Carroll and her
Chairman Zoning Board asking that the BoardofCounty Privett.
are glad to report that aunt. Mrs. Cora Hodfics, who a guest of Mrs. Mary nora
Southern Oil & Chemical Co., _
Merrill Edwards CommlsslonersotBradlord
Mr. and Mrs Roger Edwards -
Mrs. Dean Bennett was able of
Reynolds Jacksonville on
Clerk of Starke Florida to hold local Inc., Brooker Fla. had spent several days with
City City to return home from St. Vln- Thursday.Mr. of Jacksonville spent
2/22 3t 3/8 election under It Is further directed thata her sister Mrs. (Hester
option provis- .. and Mrs. Morris Kel- Sunday with their parents Mr.
ions of Chapter 1971 Flo- copy of this notice be pub-
567 and Mrs. B. L. \Vllklson Sr.
ley and family attended the funeral -
rida Statutes was presentedby lished one time in the Bradford Mrs. A. C. Pearce and
Notice Of Special Meeting of his sister, Mrs. Ora-
Bob Blakewood Chairmanof County Telegraph a
bell Howard of Gainesville Mrs. rioy Bennett were guests
NOTICE the Petition Committee of newspaper published in Brad- on Friday. of their nephew and niece

the Starke Jaycees of Brad- ford County, Florida in which County Zoning BoardA Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Colon Thompson
ford county the home office of the
County. attended the Lake Swan of Brooker, on Sunday.
above listed
WHEREAS said Board referred corporations are
Bible Conference

Public HearingA Supervisor said application of Election to the the shown IN WITNESS to be located.WHEREOF, I special meeting will be Hwy 301, Nely on E R/W 1360' Sunday. at Melroseon IN TOWN
held at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday Daniel ilklson and friend
have hereunto being in Section 25 S
set hand Twp. ,
Honorable Jeneva M. my
March 6, for final disposition Jane and Mr. and Mrs. Donald -
and caused the Great Seal Rge 21 East. AT LAST!
for the purpose of her determining -
whether or not the of the State of Florida to of the application by CAM Land All interes ted persons Wilkison Jr., of Jacksonville -
be affixed at Tallahassee the Developments, Inc. for reelgher tor o r against this spent the weekend
Public will be held at the City Hall signatures thereon were sig- classification of with their AMERICA'SFAVORITE
Hearing Capitol this the 19th day of the property change In classification, shall parents Mr. and
City of Starke Florida at 7:30 P.M. March 13, 1973. natures of the registered vo- February A.D,1973.DEPARTMENT described below from OR (op. be heard at the time and place Mrs. Donald WHWson Sr. PASTA
All Parties will be heard at this time. ters represented thereby and OF REVENUE er rural) to RM (mobile home stated above as specified by Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mosley
APPLICATION FOR CHANGE IN ZONING on the day !; park) and/or BH (retail County. were guests of their brotherand
CITY OF STARKE of February A. D., 1973 the sales).
sister-in-law Mr. and
John A. Torode $
J. Ed Straughn Chm. (feamettes
Board of Commissioners
Request has been made on the following from Residential County Executive Director Beg at SE Intersection of Bradford County Mrs. Cecil !Mosley of Sam-
to Commercial. Described as follows: at an adjourned meetingmet (SEAL) Hwys 301 and 18, Run E 720', S It Zoning Board sula, on Sunday.
A Portion of SW 1/4 of the NE'; 1/4 Sec. 32 Township and received the reportof It 3/1 900'. W 420', S 440'. W 580''to Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan -
6 S Range 22 E in the City of Starke Bradford County said Supervisor of Election visited her son-in-law and
Florida. West side U. S. 301. Approximately 40 acres. which report was filed
and to be copied In the min-
Property location by or near the following: West
utes of the of said
side of State Road 200 Road 301 South near Standard meeting
Board held on the 26th day of
Service Station and Longhorn Cafe.
To be used as: Mobile Home Park. February A. D. 1973, and EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPriceCENTER ] FOOD

All Parties wishing to be heard must be presentat WHEREAS, according to
this tim" said report the Board of
L. M. Gaines County Commissioners of CUT
Chairman Zoning Board Bradford County Florida has VIVA

Merrill Edwards determined that said appHcan- SIRLOINSTEAKS FAIR
City Clerk City of Starke tion is signed by more than

2/22 3t 3/ twenty-five percent of the registered TOWELS
voters of Bradford

County, Florida and there- SUPERMARKETS

fore it is the duty of said PRINTS OR ASSORTED COLORS
NOTICE OF 1JTENTION TO 6, 1973. The envelope shouldbe Board under said Chapter
marked "Bid 567 to order a local option 32O S. WALNUT ST.
election as required by said low' .ell G"OO 0'"
EN TITlES Training School Building" the ..... ,.
'ONU'suuri. 0000 .u
... .
successful chapter. GIANT I 29 '0 .eH' au. 'IIVwhowrn
Notice Is her Jby given under bidder will have $159 ( wrewrew
provision of Section thirty (30) days to remove the NOW THEREFORE, BE IT
608.36 Florida Statutes, to building from the property. RESOLVED by the Board of aD I I ROLLS we ale pleased to accept/
County Commissioners of U.S.O.A. FOOD STAMP
The School Board
each corporation or entity listed reservesthe T1i
below the same being right to reject any or all Bradford County;, Florida in COUPONSBONELESS
bids. session duly assembled, at
incorporated under the laws
of Florida that according to Jim TempleSuperintendent which five members were pre- cuT I I Everyday Low Price ."
sent, the same being a majority CHUCK
the records of the Department -
of State each such cor- 2t 3/1 of the members of said :l:: I I Crisp Cello Wrapped
poration entity de- board that a local option election ROUND l !
linquent for at least appears one year'In Is hereby ordered by STEAK I WESTERNCARROTS
said Board, to decide: i i
filing its report and pay- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
(a) Whether the sale of intoxicating STEAKS
ing its privilege tax under TIE EIGHTH[ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT :
liquors, wines or
provisions of Sections 608.- OF FLORIDA' IN AND" 89t
beer shall be prohibited or
3205:! and 608-332, Florida Statutes FOh BRADFORD COUNTY. LB. i
permitted In Bradford County
(73- $149 _
respective; further PAOiiATE NO. 1-2096 Florida, and ,

under entities 608.36 provision such have corporations been classed of Section or as 9)DAVIS in re:,Estate Deceased.To of SANDRA. ; W. such(Cb) sales To decide, if permitted also whether by I.J.CHJ1H LBIEveryDayLowPrkc 1 I 1 <
said election, shall be restricted .
subject to dissolution All Creditors and Persons
and six- -
to sale by the package, as
ty days after publication of Having Claims or De-
defined In said Chapter 567, 1
this notice each such corpor- man.'s Against Said Estate: Florida Statutes aforesaid. m EveryDayLowPrfce

ation or entity that has not, You and each of you are IT IS FURTHER RESOLVEDthat CENTER CUT AGAM'S WEDGES OF MILD

in the meantime filed its hereby notified and required said election is hereby ordered CHUCKROAST CannedHAMS DAISYCHEESE r t
report and paid its tax will to present any claims and to be held on April 3rdA. II
be certified to the Governorof demands which you or eitherof
D. 1973, and that a copy of
the State of Florida who you, may have against the this resolution be published in
will issue a proclamation dissolving estate: of Sandra W. Davis the Bradford County Telegraph t *JC69

such corporation or deceased, late of said County a newspaper of general 11 tetA
entity. Correspondence regarding to the Circuit Judge of circulation, published in

any corporation or Bradford, County Florida, Bradford County Florida,once -
entity must Include the char- at iat! !. office in the courthouseof a week for four publications PFEIFFER IIlmAr ; Mott's VAN CAMPCHILI
ter number immediately pre- said County at Starke Flo- the first publication to "'''''' ;

ceding the corporation or en- rib within six calendar be at least thirty days priorto SALAD imiun
tity. moths,: from the time of the date of said election. ;j APPLE UHtPIIICllI, ;

Anco Enterprises, Inc. first publication of this no- BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED -
Barry (Andrew JJ) M.D.P.A. til.'n. Two copies of each claim' ; by said Board that u- DRESSINGS i
Blanding Vocational Training or demand shall be in wrl- pon said resolution being pub SAUCE ,
Uij, and shall state the placeof CHUNKY CHEESE. 100O ISLAND I BEANS
Center Inc. : lished as herein before required AND RED WINE VINEGAR I III'AAr WITH
Bradford County Abstract residence and post office that proof of publication I IAA'/A/Cf/ !
Company address of the claimant, and thereof shall be filed with

Bradford County Economic Agency sh.-i: be sworn to by the clalnia.il the board as required by law 8oz ; 440 49 j 15oz 3lEveryDayLowPrke
Inc. : :;', its agents or attorneyand and proof thereof entered upon 3/l JAR

Bradford Society Inc.County(The)Historical. fin: of accompanied one dollar by and a filing such the minutes of this Board. BTLS ; ; CANSEvcryDwlyl.owPrtce

Bradford County VolunteerFire cJ! lim or demand not so filed _
shall: be voll. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Department, Inc. /sJ.R.. Collier As exe- EveryDayLowPrkeu. EveryDayLowPrkeSWIIT B EveryDayLowPrice
Brooker Development Corp.D RALPH P.
Eddy & Harley Pulpwood Inc. Testament deceased COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RipeBANANAS WHITEPOTATOES CELERYPer It

Equity Services, Inc. Feb. 8, BRADFORD COUNTY.
First publication SWIIT CUM
Lee-San CorporationLevy 193.: ATTEST

Construction Corporation 2/8 4t 3/1 GILBERT S. BROWN LBLOOSE 23CONTADINA A .


Merrill Construction Company NOTICEOF 3/1 4t 322NOTICE

nibault Heights Sewer & Wa- Vacancies exist at the Flo- iAN lAIt!!

Sanders ter Works Enterprises, Inc. Inc. rida State Prison for the following DISSOLVE OF CORPORATIONSNotice INTENTION TO "/:ROUND; SHRIMP \: Pride

Simmons & Harrell Farms : \Is hereby given under -
Inc. the provisions of Section
Southern Oil & Chemical Co., $250.40 biweekly; 40 hour 608.36 Florida Statutes to TIDBITS Tea Bags
Inc. work week; age 21; male; no each of the corporations list- TOMATOES I mn :,

experience necessary. ed below the same being incorporated '
Starke Enterprises 10028oz

Starke Top Florida Dollar Congregation Store Inc. $25 MEDICAL.40 biweekly TECHNICIANS-; 40 hour Florida, and under according the laws to the of ; 2 LB COUNT

Starke of Jehovah's Witnesses work week; age 21, male; experience records of the Departmentof 3/$1 $1 89 68BonusBuy

Stations Central Inc.Unit, Inc. Any qualified necessary.person inter- such Revenue corporation, each appears and every delinquent : PKG. ; BOX

ested contact D. E. Carter -
for one (J D or more
Co. Inc.
T & T Apparel Personnel Manager Flo-

Torode Oil Richard Company(Dick, Inc.) Stone rida, State Prison P. O., Box years payment in the filing of taxes of reportsand under .EveryDayLowPrke f EveryDayLowPrkeriLLSCUKY EveryDayLowPrkeHOSTESS BonusBuyPICKWICK BonusBuy

747, Fla. 32091. of Section 608.- B9
Secretary of StateIt Starke7 the provisions
2/22 8 33. Florida Statutes and that CAKE r DELMONTE WHIP ENGLISH CLOVERLEAF

m* e*+ under the provisions of said TOMATQirt.
NOTICEIn Section 603.36 Florida Statutes ._ IIII KII. TOPPING MUFFINS_ DROLLS
NOTICEThe said corporations have .. )L'1 J W %g K _ _
School Board of Bradford the Circuit Court Eighth been classed as subject dis-

,I County Starke, Florida Judicial Circuit of Floridain solution, and that sixty (60) 1 3/89
offers for sale the following and for Bradford County days after date of this pub-

building: Civil Action Case No. 73-25. Hdation each and every such
The Frame Hampton Train- JOHN McINIS, Plaintiff-vs- corporation listed below that

Ing School Building locatedone GRACE MADELINE McINIS, has not In the meantime filed l..ryDilyLPrkc l..ryo.yLPrlcc IMryo.yLowPrIce l..ryo.yLPrkc IMryDilyLowPrkc IweryDilyLow9rtce IweryDilyl.owllriccANUY

mile east of Hampton Defendant its reports due and paid the .'DI SUAVE STnl eANtrrAlDt PEMININI/'' ,- LAYER
Florida on the left of State NOTICE OF SUIT -- NO taxes due under the provis- BOTTLE BABY .."."" HAIR SPRAY BABY SPRAY CAKES
Highway #18. PROPERTYTO ions of Section 608.33, Flo- 05100 O1'011N 6; LACQUER
This building may be Inspected ; Grace Madeline Mclnis rlday Statutes will be certified ASPIRIN POWDER r 0... CwN. oew : wotouq

at any time. Sealed bids High Point, North CarolinaYou to the Governor of the eJ 19c 49c '..' 2/$1 2/88c :,.. ; ;
will be accepted at the office Are Hereby Notified that State of Florida who will ONtY ;Ka ilLS

of the County Superin- an action for Divorce has been issue a Proclamation at that
tendent until 9:00 A.M. March filed against you Grace Made- time dissolving said corpor- 5'r

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CITY NEWS Two birthdayson Friday and Saturday with them gle, Mrs. Vaughan's mother,
Hampton City Council met and relatives. before continuing on their way were surprised last weekendby
; Ritchie Shane
OBITUARIESCarl Feb. 13 at the City; Hall; the the 28th:2 had his party of a gift box shower, on Feb. By Josephine Fontaineand and children were guests of to Fort Myers Beach. a visit from M. Sgt. and
meeting was called to order Landry, age ; 21, given by friends and neigh- her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. W. Fontaine Mrs. John R. Haslett, Jr.
In the absence on the 25th with friends and bors. They received many F. P. Lott. G. Adkins, last Sunday. were overnight visitors at the and their daughter, Toni, of
:i ::1:1tl:1:1:1: ::: 1 1:1: H1 lml 1 lm1111;11a;1 1 111f111f1 :::1:* by Mr.of Dennison Mr. Hill. After the- relatives. Peck Dennison also needed and useful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. George Rod- The Smiths are planning a trip home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Goldsboro, N, C. Also visiting

minutes of the last meetinghad had a birthday on the 28th. Mr. and Mrs. G. Bherenare riquez and family visited In by plane to Hawaii for a va- Schaub of Crescent City.They
been read and approved, Peck tells us that he is goIng visiting the P. II. Lotts. Archer for Sunday servicesat cation. also enjoyed visiting Miss the Vaughans and Mrs.
B. LangCarl Lawrence Bias told the Coun- to quit having birthdaysafter The Bherens are from New the Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. George Rodriguez Florence Schaub of Bellmore Evelyn Powell was Mrs. Mar-

cil that he had some land this one. Jersey. While there they had dinner were very happily sur- Long Island, N. Y., who is lor Veltman of Centralla, HI.
B. Lang, 51, of Long adjoining the City Dump that Mrs. Loucllle Durham, of with the Berton Bishops, and prised with a visit by friends visiting with her parents in Mrs. Haslett. Mrs. Veltmanand
Beach Calif. died Feb. 20 FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS Lakeland, has moved here seeing their many Mrs. Powell
he would like to sell to the to enjoyed from Toledo, Ohio. James Crescent City. are daugh-
after a long Illness. He was City, After some discussionthe Mr. and Mrs. Russel Williams Shady Oak Trailer Park. She friends there. Tucker, Sr., James Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vaughan ters of Mr. and Mrs. Vaugh-
the son of the late Bailey ; Council agreed to buy had a happy surprise is the sister of P. H. Lott Mr. and, Mrs. Joel Smith Jr., and Tom Tucker spent and Mrs. Lucy McGunnl- an.Men's .
and Ida Jean Bryan Lang,
the land, the business to be
and had lived In California
completed at a near date.
}. for the past 19 years. He asked
Mrs. Bobby Sheppard 3 BIG DAYS
was a carpenter, a veteran
about drainage and there was ,.
,,elr 1 ,
of World War n, and a Bap- some discussion about this ,. Y, THURSDAY, FRIDAY

tist.Surviving are three daugh- and the need to get the ease- i. 0 A SATURDAY
ment papers signed so that i
ters, Mrs. Carlene Watkins, There
work could be done.
I Beach Calif. Mrs.
luntlngton ;
discussion about
was some
Patricia Dunsworth Bellflower -
recreation for the City; of
Calif. and Mrs. Barbara
; Hampton. All ages were dis
Duski, of Starke; four sisters, In iiru
Mr. Curtis Is

Starke Mrs.Phoenix.; Elma Mrs.Ariz.Helen;Sapp Mrs.Hanbury Dobash Mildred,, young charge men of the 16 baseball years or for older the ( F EVERY PRICE CUT ION M ouuAG n.', i l

and they are now In practiceat
West, Mlddleburg; Mrs. Lois the ball park on 221. Plans
Williams, Otter Creek; and are In progress for the younger SAVE FROM 1O TO 64 %

six grandchildren. residents of ampton.Mrs. .
Funeral services were heldat ask-
Shirley Norman
2 Sunday In the Long
ed for a clean up programfor
Branch Baptist Church with the City streets. She stat- h
Rev. George W. Wilkinson ; A. BWBATTERY a
ed that some of the streets
conducting. Interment was In and highways were littered sm
Long Branch Cemetery with : B. BONANZA !
with cans and papers makingthe .
DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home
Mrs. t*
City; very unsightly. _
charge. Norman also asked If some 64%
shrubbery could be plantedto q 9
the City Mr.Sum .Y' : .
Brownie AustinBrownie beautify ; A. "D" Cell
mers asked why the Christmas ; ; 'r : Disc. Price was,15c SQI" '
lights were still burn- BATTERY LIMIT 5
Austin, 60, of Law- Ing. Bids were opened for : t' ? B.9'VoltDisc.
tey, died Saturday after an the trash pickup and for the j cD
extended Illness. He was born mowing. Low bidders were Price was.5'< t

In Bradford County; on Sept.6, to be contacted to see if they LIMIT 3
C. "C"CellDisc.
1912. would comply with require- :Z'
Surviving are his wife, I- ments for the Jobs. ',,,. : .rrt x fEI Price wasJrSlf JUMBO I ROIL
rene, of Lawtey; one daugh- There was supposed to bea LIMIT sD. mat a*'
ter, Mrs. Ada Justice, Mel- visit from Mr. Roberts for Pen lite
bourne; four sons, Billy, of the Volunteer Fire Dept., but "UlUSHl Disc. Price was.UhT TOWELS
Jacksonville; Henry, Middle- for some reason he did not 1f} : f LIMIT 6
burg; Wllbert Macclenny; and appear. Mr. Phillips save :_i
Junior Austin, Lawtey three D. C.I
; a report on the work of the
brothers Eugene, of High- department, and there wasa J
land; Huey, of Lawtey; and discussion about the fire 24 Famous P.F. Jack Parcell)

Alonzo Austin, Daytona. Beach; phones. A motion was made '
two sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Red- and approved to put a phonein s Sneakers By B.F. Goodrich 11 1 1Men's %

ding and Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Mr. Phillips' house, as he S
both of Lawtey; and four Is fire chief and lives inside Long Sleeve Dress Shirts

grandchildren. the City; limits, and also a Arch support. Cushioned innersole. ,,1\ ,lrn,, h'", r 9 Volt Angel Soft Paper Towels
Funeral services were held phone In the home of Mr. Vented side, herringbone sole. Battery Chargers
at 11 a.m. Monday in the Highland Waters, assistant fire chief, Tailored in an easy-care blend of polyester Deluxe construction throughout. Sizes- i. 1\ Jumbo roll all-purpose paper towel.

Baptist Church with Rev. who lives outside the City and cotton. Wide selection of stripes, 6V12. Plugs into 110 current: 120 sq. ft. '162-1 ply towel, 11 xl0"
George Chlsm, Rev. E. C. limits. There Is also a phoneat patterns and popular solids. Sizes 14 to 17 Charges battery overnight. Canrevitalize Soft absorbent
: White
strong, pink,
and Rev. Raymond
Harvey, the home of Mayor Thomas. o same battery 10 times
Caudill conducting. Intermentwas Marshal Parker reported /fli I yellow and turquoise..
In the Long Branch Cem- that he had heard nothing You'd Expect SAVE 10%

etery under direction of De- about the radio for the police To Pay 484

Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. car. There were also Ou D..cou.' P'iU Up To $9.95 Pr Ou Di.eoun.r Price Our Discount PrfcoW..24C
motions to get bids on some woo.z..9 V" Porfoct.. Wo.'C""

Inez II. MasseyMrs. asphalt for the City streets
and for the removal of old

and dangerous trees and c.
Inez H. Massey, 59, stumps in the City.; Bills were -

of Lawtey, wife of Rev. A.E. presented to the Council and f = -Seltzer Magnetic 2 Cell ., Eagle Single &
Massey, died Wednesday, Feb. approved. The next meeting L 1II11 NylonStretch
r U I '' Double Closet
21, In a Gainesville hospital will be hold March 13 "at the J t SocksMen's Foil Wrapped Flashlights :;
100% Cotton ( i- I.. :-::i
after a lingering illness Hampton City Hall at 8 p.m. 36'sMen's Lights
She was born In Lee County Pajamas I 'k. Assorted pat i 3-way switch Automotic

I-la. on Nov. 30, 1913, terns & colors. Limit 2 leaves your hands switch
and had lived in Lawtey for DATES TO REMEMBER I. ) 10 to 13 free to work. Ideal Battery
the past 26 years. She wasa March 2, Friday, Senior Coat style. Discount Prlc f for home or auto. -' operated
charter member of Faith Citizens. Piping trim. JlJ'\SAVE 15% w Of J..r6t1 Battery not inc. .
Church. March 5 Monday Women's Cordless
Baptist Hondsomelystriped JJ
Surviving are her husband Auxiliary of the Hampton Volunteer f y ] OurDI.cou"Plc. Batteries not
Rev. A. E. Massey of Law- Fire Dept. Comfort flit I \R'O'D I Was J 4T included
< -
Ou Discount Plc.
tey; four sons, Edward Lee March 7, Wednesday, La- Elastic Awoo.Jfr.l1
Massey, Raiford; Daniel R. dies Council of the Hampton waist SAVE 32% SAVE 25%
Massey, Naples, Fla.; WayneE. Christian Church. Easy washing miiiHProtein 21 Shampoo Deubl!,. Light
Massey and Spurgeon B. March 12, Monday, Men of Sizes A-D. / Woo z.81S NOW 2.16

Massey, both of Lawtey; her the Volunteer Fire Dept. I 4 oz. l [iJ OBINylon
mother, Mrs. Alice L. Hogue, March 13, Tuesday, Hamp- t .tt"""/"' I i viscount ,rrleo Our Dlscour roTf>tPrlcoWos
Naples, Fla.; six brothers, ton City Council. Wo.Men's >

David Hogue, Fairmont, Ga.; March 16, Friday, Senior .aLACx -
Walter A. Rogue, Naples;John Citizens. 2i'9S .
W. Hogue, Bonita Springs; 4SAVE Leather Belts ; sIzEsi9.42. Gillette 1 Qt. Eagle
Lester M. Hogue, Goodman RECREATION NEWS 23% ,1ie.' wide Expanded SAVE 11% Lotions f 30-40W

Point; Donald P. Hogue, Arkansas The Recreation Board helda vinyl on split The Drry 10 ;. Motor Oil
; and Richard Hogue, meeting and voted to buy leather A. Look-4 oz. oz. .
Crystal River; two sisters, equipment for the Softball 228 Our Dhcounr Prlee DI... Prlco Disc frit* fc/VCl.c*i ?
Mrs. Mazle Perry, Wauchula Team and also for the Sen- was wa,931: Non-detergent
; and Mrs. Eunice Myers, ior Citizens. The Recreation w0' Selected pure -

Dade City; and 14 grandchildren. Department needs a coach for Men \y virgin crudes. I
the Little League and the Pony Western C s "Cl" '
d --_ r 1' 1 Heat resistant. Foam
Funeral services were held Team. Anyone Interested in Styled Shorts Poplin Noncorrosive.Boys' .
Auto Seat Covers
at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23, coaching either of these teamsor Golf Caps
in Jones Memorial Chapel with helping with them should 100"5 brushed *p Solid and divided Slotted for use

Elder Jim Washer conducting. contact Harold Waters at his canon Pre- SAVE 1J; with seat belts. Installs easily
Interment was in Crosby Lake home or phone 4681168.Mr. shrunk 818. Green blue
Cemetery. Curtis reported that ,
they are In practice at the i Adjustable back or black,
ball field. Any young men 16 SAVE 177: strap. Ton SAVE 167 r Our Discount Pric Our Discount; Pric* 477

Cord Of/ ThanksCARD years or older, who are Interested S, M L t 1 w,. 1JZ w,,Jl c93

In playing softball, Our Pric.E
II.coun. Our D.counr Pric.
OF THANKSWe should contact Mr. Curtis. w.. JAtr T"
wish to thank everyonefor Senior Citizens, don't for-
their help and thoughtfulness get tomorrow evening at the
during the Illness and Old School. Come In at the

death of our beloved husbandand north entrance, for the reg- Girls' Stretch Ladies'Imported

father. Our thanks go to ular meeting. This is a special Nylon Pant Tops Vinyl Handbags Boys 10-Speed Bikes
Dr. Adams and the staff of invitation to all Senior V I

Bradford County Hospital. Also Citizens of Hampton and the Long sleeves. ir Handsome selection 27" Deluxe racing shape. I Metal
the food that was broughtand Hampton area to come and Turtle neck w/ of styles Adjustable seat. Dropped SAVE 11.00 Dome Top Lap Trays
the flowers. Especially enjoy an evening of good fellowship k' and colors to handlebar. Gold color. '
the prayers and kind words with friends and back zipper V/please Plaid Luggage Ideal for TV snacks or meals
that were said. The A. R. neighbors. Fashion designs ;y>>1Vr 'Wk everyone Our Discount Pric 26" was 10.88 NOW 9.93 in bed. Sturdy brass-finished
Johnson, Sr. family. and colors. iwTil Oi.caunt' Prie. Way to 29" was 12.88 NOW 10.93 legs. Attractive,
CHURCH NEWS .. Sizes '10 to 14, V Wo.2rt$ 32" was 14.88 NOW 12.93 assorted SAVE
Services were held last Sun SAVE 10% designs. %
Hll, SAVE 227. OMPLE Washes
SAVE 37" clean
the ,
day evening at Hampton A. 42,72
CARD OF THANKS Christian Church, for the ordination J PLASTIC 24" in a jiffy. t .
of M. J. Norman for + 0", Discount Pric. Our Discount Prlco .
The kindness of neighborsand Elder and R. M. Vaughan for Our Discount Prlc. / / ;Y 174 RIOT!, Woo .!kit!" Woo .i8f

friends in our recent sor- Deacon. Rev. James Shaw, fjS' A. 40-Qt. footed n
pastor of the Church, officiated Plastic Freezer ContainersA. I
row will always remain with waste b ket. it itB ,
at the services.All A.
us a precious memory. Our + : J
.. 30-Qt.
childrenare swing
neighborhood 1 Qt. size. !
sincere thanks and gratitudefor
all those comforting acts. invited to attend the Neigh- Ladies Blue Men's Leather ; top clothes Pkg. of 6. 1,1', I'i: i

A.E. Massey and family borhood Bible Hour Jones, taughtby DecK Sneakers h Strap & Buckle basket liii 111' Green tops II!I ,
Mrs. Florence at I'' ,
C. Extra I
Hampton City Hall each Wed- Boots heavy B.1\\Yi! Pt. size. ffJ I :

CLASP ENVELOPES, all nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. r' '% B duty basket.laundry, Pkg. of 8. I'''I '
The Ladles Council of r
sizes -Bradford County Tel- \ Talir 1 Yellow tops.
Church ]
Hampton Christian Decorative Mirror Tiles
egraph. YCU.OW OR AVOCADO C.1 1 Pt. size.
will meet at the church Wednesday -
March 7 at 7:15: p.m. Sturdy \ u i! "G I 'ALL.t YRUNDEp, GUA P'OA" B. Pkg. of 10. ..12"Adheres x12". Easy to install.

duck uppers. ]" high. 1. LL1 .NonxvLUSe. Red tops. to any smooth, clean I
I Arredondo SCHOOL NEWS Comfort con Season's G I4 dl dry surface. Complete withstruction.
There will be no school Firm SAVE 17% SAVE 1.00 Illt 11 SAVE up to 407. mounting
SAVE 227: tapes. SAVE %
popular stylingBrown.712. LLId-gl I m 5O
[Mobile Home Sale Friday, March 2, Teacher'sPlanning grip soles. RWPIIL C. C : II :
Day.Birthday Sizes 5-10. / /
I Mobile Homes Greetings to Wil- E 794
Top Quality 730
Our Discount Price Our DI.cou" Plc. ,
liam Hall, who celebrated hi* Our Obt un Pule. 0. Dlu.u"t Price Our Discount Price
And Outstanding Service birthday on Feb 19. Mr. Hall w.. !99' WaJ1s9 wo..N.1V a we..2aC' Wa.'fr ?;t1Q

Record Is the son of Mrs. Thelma

Mention This Ad For McAdams. Henry Welderman

$50.00 Disco uttOAINBfVH.LE was February.eleven years Jackie old Newman on Feb STARKE, FLORIDA FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE, ,YOU'RE NOT YEAR ROUND

4620 N.W. 13th St. 23. Miss Pearl Clark, whose PHONE 964-7513 SAVING MONEYI LAYAWAY PLAN.

Ph. 373-3573 birthday was the 24th, cel-
ebrated with a party; of friend

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Receive /l// S&H Green Stamps

Portable Unit

From TB & RDThe Everyday Low Prices!

Bradford County School ALL Weekly Specials!
System has received a POrtable
teaching unit, titled "Our
Polluted Air -- A Mobile
Workshop", from the North- _
east Florida Tuberculosis and _
Respiratory Disease District.
The presentation followed a _
demonstration of the unit _
which was arranged for by _
Mrs. Lucille Payne Elemen- i
tary Supervisor and done by
Frances Young, a consultantwith _
the Christmas Seal

Association.The mobile workshop Is a tiF
step-by-step classroom resource BEEF PEOQ
designed to aid in
teaching the causes and con-

trols development of air and pollution.production Its PRICES GOOD MARCH 1 THROUGH MARCH 7

has been financed by Christ-

the Each Northeast of the Florida ten counties district in Ground Beef 5 ,". $399 Delmonico Steaks LB.x239 Quantity Reserved Rights w

charge. In addition funding Cheese 2 :sox $139 Steaks 1O : $1 098 COPYRIGHT 1973 ;
has been allocated to match Spread Strip '
funds for the purchase of additional SAVE 20e TALMADGE FARM COUNTRY CURED SHANK HALF OR CHOICE BEEP t .IL. y

units schools.if desired The by local individual Whole Hams . LB. 99C Chuck Steak 5 uo v?' $698 ; x
representative of the Board

Disease Florida TB District and Respiratory Is Mrs. Round Steak . LB. $148SSEh Picnics LB. 69C

Rump Roast . LB. $148 Whole Pork Hams LB. 78e

People Movers HAM
Crushing Cities
Fowling AirCars

are crushing our cities RIB SHANK
and fowling our air.
Now new "people movers"are Round Steak PORTION

bypassing the crush states -
The Red Cross in its Health -
for All column.
The single automobile takes
up a lot of space gives off a cloud i5Z
of pollution, and carries aye 38
only 1.3 people during rush ( SAVE 59 LB.
hours. One way to make our $
carsick cities healthier Is 41 $
funds to support mass transit. / LB. 10e
Other types of transit are get-
ting off the drawing boards PhR ln.ER BUTT PORTION 67cBO"eesS
Intriguing "people mover -
which is personal as
LB. U. s. CHOICE . .
well as pollution-free is on C LB.
the tracks and being tested
this year In traffic-clogged sr. .
Morgantown,West Virginia.Govermentsponsored .
of the model have '+ '. HAM SLICES CENTER CUTB.. $108]
already been successful. Turkeys 49c
Moving electrically on tracks,
small eight-seat cars operateon
demand like a horizontal el-
evator. The rubber-tired cars SOFT-W VE
have huge picture windows on 'Instant CoffeeMaxwell 2. *
Bat Tissue 3 ROII,88
all sides and eight contoured House ,149 ,, .c -I' (,, ,. ""t t>
seats. There is also room for ,2-,. JUMBO V

13 engineers With standees demonstration have to been cling on to models poles.boardto Blue Bay Tuna . 3 6C.". 88 Gala Towels 3 ROLLS $100]

man a safety brake called a SAVE 20c Limit 3 can with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes Limit 1 with $7.l0 or more purchas.excl.cigarettes VAN CAMPBeans '15'/2'
o. $
ular"chicken operation switch",there. But will in be reg-no Astor Coffee . . 69 & Chili. 3 CA S' 1

crewmen aboard the cars. Everything SAVE 13c THRIFTY MAID SAVE INSTANTCorned
will be handled by a Astor Coffee ''ft-: : $129
computer at a central station Beef . . It:s 66C 14c .
and by an engineer there. .

at Although a rate of the 20 to cars 30 will miles move per Cream Style Corn 6 '6 ris $1 Cat Food e 7 Ss-00;:; !
hour experts say they will cut 5 9
down one hour's traveling time PINEBREEZE USDA INSPECTED

minutes.in the congested The difference city to Is five that Large Fresh Eggs DOZN55c Pancake Mix 2 PKG. 45C

the "people movers" have SAVE 4Jc Limit 5 cans with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettesAstor '1000 ISLE
no traffic to contend with on BAG Kraft 3 ;itt: $1
their own tracks. Fruit Cocktail 5 as *1 Dressing : s
Maybe traveling in the cities
can be fun again. Or at least SAVE 6e
pollution-free. But there's a Pork & Beans . a 10cCHASE & SANBORNCOFFEE Peas 4 CANS $1
long way to go yet. Leave
your car at home wheneveryou Limit 6 cans with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes DARLING
can and to join the ngtit GIANT I.LB. 79cDIXIE I Bread 4 LOAVES,
contact "" CAN
your against local air tuberculosis pollution arid Punch Detergent . IKG.: 66C ___ 13e DIXIE DARLING BROWN N' SERVE SEEDED OR

resporatory disease ass- Cluster Rolls 2 sst;49e
ociation. It's a matter of life .
and breath.
Bitter voice in the Bit
O'Erin Bar & Grill: "Our
marriage started out as an Kw u ICE
equal partnership; now I'm a Mayo 12
wholly-owned subsidiary." s 57<




APPLES DEEP SOUTHMAYONNAISE 4_ $ Oranges . 8 i eAG: 79C Meat Entrees 2 LB.PKG... 99'

I .
REGULAR OR PINK SAVE SOc TASTE O SEA S.afood Clam Pia".,.Perch or

Grapefruit 5 sa: 79C Shrimp Dinner 2 IK,;., $100JAR
=- 33-01. 32-0&.

, Ask JAR Lettuce . LI.19c Layer Cake 'CAKE' 99CFRESH

Charle Eer FOR CORN 5 CANS,17-0.. $1 00 Potatoes wET.: 3 L=* 48C Potatoes RIG.: 4 'JXS-1 l00

r .
Rhubarb 39 French Toast. 2 $1 iooEXTRA
JohnsAbout . IB.JfM. PKGS.


\ This Question: ; EXTRA EXTRA : EXTRJ4L EXTRA

"I will be married next / I -i....-GREEN W....C0VMM STAMPS.M*.........N 1 I dx wl-NKI GREEN.tl.N+STAMPS.......e....N 1 I I .d ITH tl Mlvt GREEN PI.C.WMM STAMPS....VMM.M N ;1 I I 1 .d7l ITH.A GREEN r.'N iNN.STAMPS AM.WICH.tl /I 1 -d NGREEN+STAMPS.+. .' .../N ,
.'PKOS. 1 TWO 1o0 PT. ROLLS ONE $ L6. CUP /
month. Mother ests TWO 22-e> ONE 1 ONE 14'01. CAN 1 -
that I insure my engagenent Sandwich : 4 HandiWrapGOOD : DisinfectantGOOD L. Cottage CheeseGOOD
and wedding ring, i OOOD THRU MARCH 7 i 2"w L. OOOD THRU MARCH 7 1 THRU MARCH 7 i 3 '3 THRU MARCH 7 ', an: THRU MARCH 7EX..R
'and also my wedding gifts No. 1 .... I WIN**Wilt No. NO. 9..e.t to against loss, theft or accidental .. .. ...................... rrrrrrrr:......:: - -........ -..-----.-.-...-..-.--.- _........ ................P................ ............

'floater'damageShe policy. 1K tollsita 1 A ; EXTRA EXTRA : EXTRA ; 1EX.--R ;'

have such insurance?" you / 1 .AH MW GREEN.*..*{ STAMPS.e.... .> I I .4'Jl.....(NN.GREEN.{WrM STAMPS._,....c....M 1 1 dill-A...GREEN...... c..._STAMPS.-N-tw.N M / Lull _4'Jl.oO....GREEN...***<9U.0M STAMPS...... 1 TWO 12.erowKOs.. 1 ONfHORMCL / ONE 1 1701. SWANSON 1 ONE 11FACKSUPERBRAND NEZ-l1./K0.
Charley E. ,' WO BRAND / CURE SI 1 1 HUNGRY MAN'S ASSORTED ,e 1. I ICE CREAMSandwiches 1 SEA PAK ,
All Meat Franks : 14 Boneless Ham 1 Meat Dinners 1 ( Onion Rings ',
' No. b.r.wn..u-n_mn. j No. 7... i- NO. 8.,T.UI laeu.(......... No. 9.'>qii n>c u.!++..i.t No. 10..* Ut IOCA1 ftSchools
131 So. Walnut St. ...--..---...-..............-. .use..u e.r tOCl%*IM an -/.e
Phone 961-5070 430 W. MADISON STREET STARKE, FLA.


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CLASSIFIED AD RATES sole, $250. Motorola Color HELP WANTED LET US HELP! .::: ::::
Deadline for Insertion Monday picture tube, and Building
i Combo with new t ) | :j11
5 p.m. preceding Thursday $395.-- Dahmer's Discount. We Handle Water! als Sale and Service

before publication. 2tchg--3/1 EXOTIC CRUISESTo WE PFAFFELNANew 1|:;: ANDRESIDENTIAL .;::1
- The Home |:: 11:
FOR SALE-Renegade 13'travel "Your Plans Or Ours
trailer $495. Phone home
(Covers 15 words) 964-6670 or office 964-8049. buy or sell Avon Pro- Airline Tickets Your Lot Or Ours." 24 Hr Service 1111

Each word over 15, 8C 2 tp 3/1 ducts call 372-0421 or write and Tours FREE ESTIMATES $49.50 up ''
Mildred P. O. Drawer Call 964-7449! | PHONES
All Classified Ads must be Parts & Repairs on
Stokes Geneva Remodeling Repairs
Joyce paid for In advance unless FOR SALE- 6 room, concrete BLake 3/1 32660 TOWN FINANCE CO. Additions all other make machinesNATIONAL !;ij:' Office Ph. 964.8602 1111
Qualifies As you with have The established Telegraph, account In that block house on paved streetin P.O. Box 226 N. Temple Homes Bought Sold |::1 Home 485-3751 1 :::1:1J

Insurance event 50C extra charge for beautiful Park of Palms, Traded

Agt errors billing. When!Not responsible given over the for rooms Keystone, living Heights.room, kitchen 2 bed-, HELP WANTED-Collector, atDahmer's ACREAGE FOR SALE9643.S3 1 J j 766 N. Grant St. 1

_ :Mrs. Joyce A.Stokes of Bro- phone or when copy is not typed dining room, den, carpeting Discount. 2tchg 3/1 CARL BEGGS 611 W. Univ. Ave. :| Starke, Florida f
oker has received a certificateof and brought to the office In living and dining room,
qualification from Insurance garage, storage room, gar- Gulf Service. Hwy.? 301 S. Starke.TF?Tve, Gainesville, Fla. :feftSffflJftWPS:::::::;:::::::;:::::::::::::SffftSSPfSftSKJftWfti:::: :: :::::::::::::::::::::i::'

commissioner den house 12 x 12. Phone 473-
completing an exam- DENT 1 Bradford County Telegraph. SELLING?

ination and meeting other requirements SI.75' per Inch SALESlocomb, USED Ph. 964-6305.
for qualifying as CONTACT
2 Inch minimum -- $3.00
an agent for property and Sylvan Way-Keystone Heights. I 0. C. Cirntf Nursery
March 1, 9 5. Tools, lIi-
casualty insurance. 'I I Thousands of Plant.
!Mrs. Stokes is associated Fl, Rug and pad- etc. 473- FOR RENT- bedroom house PARTSFor I PERCULATIOlTESTS Fruit Trees, Shade Trees, GEORGE ROBERTS

McKlnney-Creen! Inc.,in :Memorials Resolutions, Proclamations 4705. ItpGENTILMAN unfurnished. Adults only. Ph. I Evergreens, Camellias, REAL ESTATE
Gainesville, and is a memberof Card of Thanks 964-6604. ltp : Are confused? Do Aialeas, Roses
Most Makes Of Cars you you Charles
M.UU :Minimum wp ,to :50; Zipperer
Florida Association of Most In Cans Plant
the Red > AnytimeLANDSCAPING
words. Kach: word 5U- EGG Farm- I need help? Call me at
Independent Insurance Agentsand st'. o\ef>' chickens for sale, $1.00 each. FOR RENT- Mobile home on 24 Hr. Wrecker Service : 724-5322, Jax, and I'll mak, Associate)
the Gainesville Insurance 2tp 3/8 Kingsley Lake. Phone Jerry 23 Mi. S.E. Of Stark, PHONE 96-7826
Women's Assn. She is agrad- Glover, Jacksonville, 724- Hwy. 301 N. Waldo : your test and help you with Hwy. 100
: application for a Septic I Florahom. 659.2165 421 W. MADISON ST.
uate of Bradford High School FOR SALE5.6 acres, 480 5472 after 5 p.m. No pets. Phone 468.1998 I your

and Florida.attended In addition the University to work-of /Viy For Classified ft. on 301. Price $15,000. Dr. 4t 3/22 Tank. permit.
964-8018 473-3715. C.W. Crum,
Ads In Advance Dopson. or
ing with fire and casualty insurance Environmental MILLER IrewmVOLKSWAGEN Three bedroom, living room,I
for the past 15 years Increased costs have madeit ltchg FOR RENT12' wide Mobile dining room, kitchen,one bath,
Mrs. Stokes has also servedas necessary for this newspaper homes outside city limits.. J. MARTIN CAMPERSU.S. Planning & Testing. utility room & Carport. Fur-

a news correspondent of to clarify its present LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering B. White. Ph. 964-6114. cfchg 90 West, Lake City 4T/.1I' nished, 2 1/2 ml. outside city,
the Gainesville Dally Sun, the rules and adopt new ones for 6x9, $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98; Phone 752-3723 (C1, two acres land. Very nice,
Bradford County Telegraph, the publication of cUssifird 12 x 12, $11.50; 12 x 15 only must be seen to be
and the Union County Times, advertisements in its columns 1495. Many patterns and co- FOR RENT-12 x 60 2 bed- For Best Selection Of s>a ciated. appre-

and is now serving as City lors. Dahmer's Discount tf room mobile home In Law- TRAVEL TRAILERS

Clerk for the town Brooker. nature All advertisements must be paid of In this advance tey. Marvin Rosier 9646214or MINI-HOMES ffN} New & Usedto). High and dry in City. Nice
before entering the insurance EUNICE NURSERYFor sale, 782-3655. Up
unless an established TRUCK CAMPERSAND Sales Service "WJ neighbors, three br., 1 bath,
field she taught school in Ba- monthly account is main tomato plants container TOPPERSFull dining room, living room, and
ker County. tained with this newspaper. grown. 2 miles north of Law- utility room, large lot.
Mrs Stokes is the daughter Mailing and bookkeeping tey on 301. Ph. 782-3972. MOBILE HOME OWNERS- Line Of Parts And FIAT 1 Mi. North of the Mall
of C. L. Atkinson and the costs have advanced makingit tfchg Pick your lot from large selection GAINESVILLE Home and 31-1/2 Acres located -
late :Minnie II. Atkinson, and necessary to make this in several locations. Service TF Sales Parts Service I on SRD. 100 South. Home

is married to Leroy Stokes, adjustment WATSON'S $15.00 per month plus interest New and Used '3 bedroom, CB construction.Land .
Master of Pine Hill Lodge It Is much preferred that (HOUSE[ OF VACUUMS Ph. 468-1551 or 964-8331. bordered by two paved
No. 9 In .3rooker. She is the classified. advertising be Many brands of 4tp 3/15. USED IMPORT CARS roads and one graded road.
Michael placed in person rather than new vacuums WE MAKE ALL Earn $307.20
mother of four sons, to avoid $39.00 up. Used machines HAIFIED AUTO
by telephone so as
L, Castlen, who served four errors. T F from $10. Expert Repairsall MAJOR APPLIANCE IMPORTS, INC. Min. Per Month BILL POWELL BROKER
years in the U. S. Navy and makes. Parts and Acces- Mustang
is now residing in Long Beach sories for all vacuums. BuiltIn REPAIRS 509 E. UnivenityGainemvilie3724373 EducationOpportunity 964-6461

Calif.; Sgt. Patrick W. Cast- Central vacumn cleaning MOBILE HOMES TF
len, who Is making a career of systems. 712 N. Main, Gaines- INC EXPERT REPAIRMEN OR
the U. S. Army and Is now WAYNE
ville 376-7110 DOUGLAS
CALL 96 .8363
Room & Board
stationed in Germany! Airman THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL ASSOCIATE

Anthony Edward Castlen, stat- FOR SALE20 acres of farm Starke 421 Ft. Frontage Travel AndAdventure
ioned at !MacDill\ AFB; and 12x603 Br.
land. Lawtey, Fla. Call 782- 9646593r
Business LocationOn
Charles Richard Castlen, a
Appliance Service
3297 or 782-3328. Immediate $4995
freshman at BUS. Highway 301
sale. Itp
results! List your property 323 Brownlee St. 'TF In Starke S SAVE1

for sale with us. Call today. 1650 N. Temple Ave. South of Starke; $16,000 Phone 964.6976
BROOKERIN FOR SALE- 1 International
BILL POWELL, BROKER: 964.7212 Starke Fla. with 29% down and balance Gainesville 372-4838 FRED DAVIS
tractor, $850.00, 1 Baler$850,
964-6464 or 964-6810 tfchg 1 Rake $450. Call 964-8639. Open 9716 Sun. ms's in 1, 2, or 3 years at 7% 2 Yrs. Active Duty BUICK PONTIAC
Suitable (for
restaurant Naval Reserve
"ROOFING" Specializing in Mobil. Hom A LITTLE RIDE CAN
repairs and reroofing: All repairs motel, service station,
l.U 1'8 FOR SALE Starke Golf ELECTRIC
guaranteed 1 I 2/154T 3/8 5113
LINDA G. COX year. liquor lounge, or other
Aluminum Carports, Patic & Country Club, ready for Expondo Room. & Add GREEN COVE SPRINGS
:NEW ARRIVALS Awnings, Door Hoods and Gutters building on or for investment. Residential On Rooms highway business

Congratulations to Mr. and Roger's Upholstery, 3/4 Lots area approximately 1/2 Commercial Free Delivery and Set Up Please Call Frank E,
:Mrs. A. B. .\dams on the acre and larger. Paved roads
mile North 301. 964-8350. 100
only 3 minutes from I Industrial RADIUS PhilpottAssociateMcKINNEYGREEN IIIPP > TRACTOR CO.Telephone.
birth of a daughter Ginger 4tp 2/1 *.;/J town. < lSP
Elaine, on Feb. 25. Maternal Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 BANK FINANCINGHWY =
grandparents are Mr. and Reduce safe & fast with Go- p.m. tfchg Licensed & Bonded 17 NORTH- ,
:Mrs W. C. Stalnaker of Bese Tablets & EVap"waterpills" GREEN COVE 5/73 REALTORS FARM I M\CHINES
Brooker; Paternal grandparents Andrews Pharmacy.5tp ALL $4.98 long play records Free EstimatePh. Tel. 284-5001 264-7311
are !Mr. and Mrs. Jesse 3/15 during March for only $2.98at COMPUTER PROPERTY New & Used

Adams of Ellisville; Pater- ______ Dahmer's Discount 473-3681 FINDING
nal great grandmother is 5tchg 3/29 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441
:Mrs. Alpha Howell, also of TYPEWRITERS, Adding Ma- JIMMY MOORE'S Box 14484, Gainesvilh
Ellisville. chines & Cash Registers No Job Too Small
FOR SALERegistered Angus Fla. 372-3616 After GAI ESVILLE. FLA.
Congratulations to Mr. and cleaned repaired. STARKE S.. Sprts ;
TYPEWRITER SERVICE 782- bulls 1 and 2 year old. Phone Hours 376-6893
:Mrs Uanda! (Hodges of Hampton -
3020. 5t 3/1 964-6114, J. B. White tfchg MORE BOAT FOR "Where Service Is The Better Idea"
Lake on the birth of a
FOR SALESix rooms and Fare
daughter, Amy Elaine on Feb.
24. Maternal grandfather is WANTEDUsed furniture, refrigerators bath,five house acres, partly cleared.furnishedwith Good Agency, Inc. Stark. Ph. 964.5791
James Reddish of Starke. Paternal washers. -Dah- STARKE BUILDERSA
Between Real Estate
and fishing. Broker
hunting Reg.
grandparents are Mr. mer's Discount House tfchg
Complete Outboard & Stern
Lake Butler and Providence. Service
Complete Building
and Mrs E. W. )Hodges, Jr. Call-964-5335 or write Rt. 2, Paul & Irene Faulkner Drive Service and Repair.
of Hampton Lake; paternal WE NOW"HAVE; [ diamond nee- Box 120, Starke, Fla. lip Associates Complete Fiberglass Repair! RUBBERSTRIE1PS Phone %4-51'0 219 I K Washington/ St;
dles for make Starke! IUCONGOLEUMSHINYL
great-grandparents are Mr. any or model
Custom built
206 S.
and stereo Water Street Fiberglass
Mrs. Orvel Brookins of plajer. Dahmer's
Hampton Lake and Mr. and Discount House tfchg FOR SALE2 registered Starke, Fla. 964.5065 Fishing Boats. VINYL"

:Mrs E. W. Hodges, Sr. of horses, 1 filly, 1 gelding.Stutz WANT TO SELL OR "The $4.59
No Wax Floor"
Brooker; paternal great-great SEWING MACHINES cleaned camper topper, long wheel BUY REAL ?
grandmother Is Mrs Mamie[ oiled and adjusted In your base. 13'8" stump-knocker < omplrtcK l Installed Compare Ar Sf>.50 Per Sq. yd.
Call Us For Best Prices
(Hodges of Brooker. home, $5.Vacuum Cleaner repairs fishing boat. Honda 50 mini
bike. Ph. 473-4435. r 4tp Prospects Waiting PUMPSNEW
also. All work guaran- tfchg f BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI
ORDINATION:> SERVICES teed.--Dennis E. Coggins, Ph. 3/15 AND USED
Will be held at the Brooker 431-1428. tfchg Made Order NYLON
Baptist Church Sunday afternoon FOR SALEScottie 13' trailer INSURANCEAT SALES to Many Color. To Choose From $6.97

:March[ 4, at 3 p.m. self contained. All aluminum PARTS Exce..d. F.H.A. Specification
Those to be ordained as dea- HOME REMODELLING: Jobs Phone home 964-6670 or REDUCED RATES SERVICE .Highest Quality Completely In.tRII.d Over Rubber Paddlna P.r Sq. Y'l.
cons are: done; also plumbing, house office 964-8049. 2tp 3/1 AUTO FIRE, BOAT
Tommy Cox, Carl Edwards, wiring and some appliance Deep and Shallow Wells SHAG
.1. E. Mott and Lavern Out- work. Prompt service. Call FOR SALEPhoenix canvas DOYLE E. CONNER Reasonable Prices 100-r. Contlnuou. FU.! Nylon The Carpet With The Now Look!
law, Sr. Everyone is wel- 964-8087 5tp 2/28 INSURANCE AGENCY
camper trailer. Phone home Many Color. To Choose From
come to attend.BIRTHDAY 964-6670 or office 9648049.2tp tchg Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT Phone 964-6305 Completely Installed Over Rubber Padding P.r Sq. Yd. $7.95

PARTY PART TIME1: 1 weekend 3/1 SERVICE Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH :tt&Atfft'VftVftV&ft::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,:::::,:::,:,:,:,:::::.:.:::.:::::.:::,:::.:,:.:.:.:.:':;:;:::;:::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Paula Green celebrated her per month. Earn from REWARD ON' ALL MAKES i

5th birthday with a party Sat., S788.00 to $1600.00 per year PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE I

Feb. 10, at her home. :Michelle Learn auto repairs, weld: n; AUTOMOBILESUSED Small Grey Male Poodle | Sewing Machine 111!
Harrell won a prize. & radio. JOIN:> TIlE NATIONAL VICTOR CHAMPION ELEC-
Paula's guests were served GUARD Can With Short Legs; Has Not TRIC Add Machines $99.50.
you qualify -
birthday cake, ice-cream, ? 720 Edwards Road Been Trimmed Lost Friday PUMP & SUPPLY CO. Ideal for home or office. No; 111|: OperatorsWANTED |1111 1111ill

punch and mints by her mother tfchg. Answers To Name CoCoa plastic, all metal. Bradford
:Mrs.[ UeKltch Green. FOR SALE-1968 Charger R/T, Moved 5 Blacks North County Telegraph
Everyone had an enjoyabletime. LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast with 440 engine, with 72,000 864 N. Temple Ave I iI iS i
with X-ll Diet Plan, $3. REDUCE miles. Just had new paint job. Phone 964.5818 iI
excess fluids with X- Call 964-5240 after 530pm.:
RECENT: HAPPY BIRTHDAYS Pel, $3. Money Back Guarantee Or PINEHURSTGrocery
John Bristol, Feb. 3; Mary at Koch Drug. 12tp45MOTORCYCLES tf Asking $1,200 or best offer 964.6311 I 111: Experience Helpful But !8

L. Green, Feb.4j; Paula Green, And Variety StoreWE Necessary
Feb. 9; Carol Lee Jones, Feb. ..... .... I
14; Deena Cox, Coy Edwardsand ili! '1'1'
A. B. Adams, Feb. 16; t Apply In Person
Ethel Russ, Greg Douglas, l'f. LOTS .1 FABRIC AND NOTIONS SHOP
Melissa Rabon, Feb. 17; Feb. I ill! IIII IIIIjj
19, Doris Kelley; Feb. 22, I IN' STARKE WILL TRAIN f

Gary Rabon, Jesse Thomas. ,,. Also Complete Line Of Hardware & Drapery Supplies S IIIII
Alice Thomas also had aFeb- : ForMOBILE
ruary birthday.Our FOR SALE1972 Suzuki 350, : Hwy. 100 East Store Hours 7-11 I

good shape. 4000 miles, also i HOMES Of Storke 7 Days a Week
helmet, $600. I
Larry Oglesby. .
Mrrll and Chrl.tln. D. T.F.

heart-felt sympathy, 9645240. tfchg :. Or Houses :. jj LAKE BUTLER jj jjIII

love to and the prayers bereaved are familiesof extended .: Pick Yours From Over 100 Selections In One Of .: OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY. III :::j

Gainesville Mrs. Ora, who Bell passed(Howard of r FOR SALE 1.:. Six ((6)) Locations : 100 W. PH. 964.5606 -- 6 1 ;'\ 'APPAREL COMPANY :Ii
away f.
A Deal You Have Been irr : I
Feb. 21. She was formerly IJ i
$15 Per Month Plus Interest r
,; Ora Bell Kelley of Brooker. i Waiting For! ";- & 8
? Mrs. Carol Slgmon of Waldo :;:: Lake Butler, Fla jin
1972 12 65' 2 Bedroom, 2 Boths
t passed away Sunday, Feb. 25. HAVE HUNDREDS of new 8- '! WHY RENT? i x Washer & Dryer
Contains Central Heat & Air j
She had moved to Waldo recently track tapes for $2.98 and : Conditioning 496-3601 1%
California $3.98.--Dahmer's Discount. I S ASSUME' PAYMENTS ;
from and Phone 468-1551 Cr 96 -8331 .

was George O. PIerce's sister 5tchg 3/22 : ...................................... 8 Tit nark Mon Cat Noon lark On S\n.W! 4/73 jjtc nSWA
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