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 8, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Sweetest Strawberries This Side of HeavenVol.


No. 30 Thursday, March 8, 1973 Copy

Zoning Okayed For MH


,, : -P Park Shopping CenterBig

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.. :n $1 Million Project

Complete ApprovalUnanimous $ ,

approval was given at
a special meeting Tuesday night for '' .

rezoning 64 acres at the southeast intersection r '-

r of Highways 301 and 18 for a

t proposed $1 million mobile home park t )

and shopping center.
,i ,
Sentiment in 'the overcrowded hear-

ing room was vastly different from thatat a

t the regular meeting on office on SR 100 West said 1 ra1."M
C February 27, when Hamptonarea that Bradford County is los- r
\ opponents of the project ing many of its fine young ''t- ? rtww ,1 1 el i t
outnumbered those in favorof people because they can't builda
$ It about 20 to one. Tuesday home or find a place to ':F n I ; /d4::

a a.. _ir night's overflow crowd live here within their means."I IF o
f t'i '
was almost the reverse,prai- know, because we've sold err !
\ sing the project as "the best mobile homes to many of them I

,+hr thing that ever happened to to move outside the county," '1 _
Bradford County." Olin said. f i f lr Ii IiVi

Helping swing the pendu- Opponents of the project repeated -
lum In favor of the project arguments voiced at
: the meeting last week, but
I wereA petition presented by were reassured that concern

I Francis Meng, a resident of about odors and overflow from
Hampton Lake, containing die the sewage treatment plant
! signatures of 624 Hampton were unfounded since detailed -
plans by a certified I
J'Iflar area residents favoring the Florida
project. consulting engineer
I it*would have to be approved by
II r rI unanimous 'the State Air & Water Pol- ..

I Ylw of Commerce Board of Directors lution Control Board beforea
a ? 'fry up and presented by Marc permit would be Issued for CAM officials smile 'approval as they show layout of proposed shopping

Jackson CC president, the Installation. center and mobile home park after Zoning Board's unanimous action Tuesday

strongly endorsing of the proposal Henry Wesley, who owns night. From left:, John Mules, Mrs. Dorothy Carries, and Phillip M. Carnes.
as a means helping
Queen Toni Whltt po... among axaloat In the yard of Mn. V.rna Domorost, Park relieve the county's critical property just south of the
proposed park, requested that
Place, Stark., housing shortage, and gener- the Zoning Board give him assurance -
ating an estlr-iated $1 million
annual Increase in sales In that drainage structures New Doctor
from the park would be Opens

Local Girl Is Palatka Azalea QueenA Bradford.-Numerous Individual endorsements made of waste adequate water,to and take would care

including one by
not flood his
Bradford coed Is queen of Laugh-In's "Emily Ann" In a and< laugh when he said that eightor In answer to a question,
Palitka's 1973 AzaleaFest- her and
co:ledy skit. poise personality
l\\\ picked Sunday from afie- She was sponsored by Ter- ced her at the front of contest ten men had held back Robert V. Turner, represen- Practice In StarkeA
ting the Jacksonville firm that
in Bradford
ld of 13 Florida beauties from wttlegar: Motors of Starke. beauties: holding an accumulated progress Countyfor
would install the self-con-
allover the state as some 1,000 50 titles. Each could be many years, "and Pm related -
looked In Ravine Mr. Whitt admits she simply considered winner In to four of them." tained sewage plant, said that
persons on : : a a
waste water from the plant new doctor has opened a A surgeon Dr.Wilhelm said tice In Bradford County was
Gru: 'dens. couldn't believe she had test featuring beauty, talent Several includ-
spokesmen would be about 75,000 gal- practice in StarkeDr.. Rich- Tuesday he hopes to open his attractive to him, he says.
Toni Denise Whitt wo;. the Azalea title and that ai.C: good sportsmanship. ing County Commission chair- He said how- 53 formerly offices In Starke
daughterof lons per day. ard J. Wilhelm own as soon he will
The doctor
Mrs. Hazel Wbitt of SR-225, the tears flowed freely for a- Miss Whitt has on previous man Ralph Bryan and Ver- ever, this water would be almost associated with Memorial as possible. He is now prac- new live in says Jacksonville -
Is an 18-year-old sophomoreat while. Buther closely cropped non E. Olin, whose son op- 100 per cent pure and Hospital In Jacksonvilleeasing ticing three days per week, continue to
(See 4)) for the time being, hav-
brown hair brown
light eyes Pag erates a mobile home sales
Santa Fe Junior College would be discharged Into a somewhat the area's criti- Tuesday, Wednesday, and Fri- ing two daughters who wantto
piinning a medical career as a recharge pond where it wouldbe cal shortage of physicians. day in the offices of Dr. H. finish high school there.
surgeon. She also works full absorbed or evaporate. H. Adams at 132 E, Madison

time at General Electric In David Fenton, a residentof Street Dr. Wilhelm thinks another
Gainesville as-a tweezer welder City Generator BidC Hampton Lake, asked, lie was with the EmergencyRoom Jacksonville physician will
because I need the "What happens to all that HearingsSet Department at Memorial. join him in practice here when

money," water If we have a rain storm Wilhelm Is able to get an
That was also the main rea- like we have had In the past?" Dr. Wilhelm plans to prac- office. There Is also another
son Miss Whin entered the A- Tues. tice here five days per weekas surgeon thinking of making
z-Uea Festival queen pageant. Turner replied, "It will go soon as he can open his the move from the big city<,
She came away richer by a $- onditionallyOkay to the same place where run- own offices lie has practicedfor
1,000 savings bond plus $50 In off now" goes from septic On City 20 years in Jacksonvillein (See Page 4))

cn-i'i: far a second place finish tanks. general surgery, but real-
in the talent division In which In answer to another ques- izes he won't be able to do

she portrayed Lily Tomlin ofW"t An $852,624 bid on a 3,330 ed to be done at a local bank- standard procedure; in any installation tion, John CAM Meeks, vice pres- MH ParksApplications surgery at the Bradford Hospital Oil
ident of DevelopmentCo.
kilowatt Worthington power ing institution over a seven says Engineer Ed full time at least for a DrillingSet
said that residents of
year period. Wilson, but a point to which for rezoning while.
plant generator was accepted,
the park will not be com- two parcels of land in south The boosts Bradford's For Union
subject to negotiation, Tues- The council is attempting Worthington refused to agreein move
WOIDl1 (ErirrCar day night by the Starke city; to avoid another bond Issue. its bid.Wilson. pelled to purchase mobile Starke for mobile homes parks full time practicing physiciansto
homes from CAM's sales office And ColumbiaAn
council. made his recommen- and camp grounds will be three, Wilhelm, Dr. Adams
.. Negotiations with Worthington dation of the Worthington unit In order to live there. heard by the City Zoning Boardat and Dr. J. P. Salazar of Key-
The bid represents a per Corp. will center around to a committee of councilmen "It will be an open park," 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, March stone Heights. area extending from
1' t kilowatt of power cost of$250. reducing the cost of installa- plus the city bond trustees In he said. 13, In the city hall. Wilhelm has tried for six near Providence In Union
84, second lowest of 13 quotations tion of the engine by the city a meeting last Thursday. Some doubt was expressed to eight months to obtain an County to north of Lake CityIn
received by the city, doing some of the work. A- as to "where the money is Young America Corporationof of flee in Starke to open prac- Columbia County may be
Thw low bid, that of Cooper- nother point is that all parts The engineer's recommed- comIngffrom to educate the Gainesville Is asking for tice here, but had been unable the next oil exploration zone
Bessemer on a 3,540KWunits supplied by Worthington but dations was accepted by the children that will be brought reclassification on approxi- to find space. In Florida, according to pre-
quoted at $890,430 or $245.- manufactured by another firm, committee and presented to here by some 200 new home mately 40 acres on the west The new physician hopesto sent plans of Getty Oil Co.
68 per KW, was rejected by must be guaranteed for one the entire council Tuesday owners in the park?" side of U. S. 301, across be able to do about anything of New Orleans.
Electrical Engineer Ed Wil- year by Worthington as is night by Councilman Neil Tucker Zoning Board member Art from Longhorn Restaurant, and everything he needsto Officials of Getty asked the
son because the unit does not Kiefer said it was a false from residential to commer- do here at Bradford County Governor and the Cabinet
Wash Wilson in a letter to the think that all cial, permitting a mobile home
have a rnlnlmem of 8,000 hours assumption to Hospital. He cites a need to Wednesday to Issue permitsto
council, termed the Worthington residents of the will be park and recreation area.
operating time as required In Audit Praises beef up operating room per- drill two wells in Union
bid not the lowest but the New Jersey concern represented
Saturday bids prepared by the engineer newcomers. sonnel; he says that won'tbe County and four In Colum-
"lowest and best bid within by George Roberts
ing firm of Fred Wilson and "Many of them will be our difficult because former bia, Including the OsceolaNa-
Tax CollectorIn the rating requirements of local realtor and Insurance
Much 10 Associates. own people," he said "who is operating room nurses are tional Forest, The staff has
Additional agent asking reclassification
specification. -
Addition of a 3,330 unit to released can't find places for their mobile still at BCH but turned to recommended approval, as the
a report -
10 A.M. Until the power plant present 1,7- on Bradford County Tax reason Wilson gave for recommending homes at the present on approximately 18 acres other duties when surgery de- application meet all safety
the Worthington on the west side of 301,
50 KW Worthington, five 1,000 cllnded here. and environmental standards.
time He predicted that the
Finished KW Collector J. R. Kelly's office are: just south of the W, A. Stern
750 KW.Superiors Fairbanks-Morse, and the will old State Auditor Ernest Ellison 1) The 12 cylinder unit Is new park would help relievethe residence, for the purpose "I have high regard for the Each well is to be drilled

Hurst Shell push the plant's firm capacity said that resources were the same type equipment as present demand for spot of establishing a Kampground Starke hospital capacity," Dr. to a depth of 3,500 feet The
Station up to 7,500 KW and its total adequate to cover liabilitiesof the eight cylinder unit now zoning for mobile homes of America (KOA) area. Wllhelm states, adding BCH Getty sites are on a fairly
which the board Is forbiddento
capacity up to 10,830 KW. record, and that collect- in the Starke plant and would do If rezoning is approved both was written up years ago in straight north south line,
ions of record were accur- allow for Interchange ability; by its code.: at the junction of
medical journals as an example -
301 & Madison of these will
plant has not been ableto With a roll call taken at
distributed to the miles
ately with SR-238 two
pro- of parts. of how a small hospital SR-241
likely seek connection with
within its
operate firm cap- the end of the 90-minute discussion -
Sponsored By per governmental units. 2) Personnel are already the Starke should be operated. east of Providence, with the
acity for the past several the vote was unanimously sewer system, according
Worth- three miles
years, that It has not been a- The auditor also noted that trained In maintaining in favor of Klefer's mo- to zoning board mem- "I see no reason why we next location the town
of near
Llftl Womon't Club ble to carry the year's peak expenses were properly supported Jnton equipment. tion to recommend approval of bers. Since the Florida Air & can't go back to that stat northeast line.
Columbia County
power demand with the largest and appeared to be 3) wterchangeabllltyofpart; the rezoning request to the Water Pollution Control Board us," Dr. Wilhelm states. the
_,ft unit In the plant down. reasonable and necessary for will make possible less capital County Commission. Voting now requires one acre of land The hospital Is now about The Columbia locations are
Council plans to purchasethe the office. Investment In parts stock favor were members Ernest for each septic tank the developers the same status It has always 8.7 miles southeast of Lake
iI Ii t (!Cnmtniwity9tatr: new engine with a large "Internal control over"cash conditionally accepted the Trie st. Jerome Johns, Art have a choice of been Administrator George City near Lulu on SH-100;
HankAccount. down payment, somewhere a- transactions was good, Ellison Worthington bid In a 4-1 vote Kiefer, Rex Smith and R. W. Installing their own treatment Canova feels. Now that a about a mile east of the
round $300,000, ofreservefunds said. "Money and securities with Chairman Jimmy McRae Hodges, Jr.Hodge. system or connecting with the surgeon Is here to practice northeast quadrant of Lake
the city has been required insurance was provided who must run for office this who the city system. Canova sees no large difficulty City; two miles north of there,
N,- bvu-' v. to set aside for use as renewaland by the Board of County September the dissenter. opposed application Anyone wishing to appear in getting back into that halfway between US-90 and
Yo at last week's meet-
S20.000 b replacement In the utility Commissioners; recordswere for or against the reclassificAtions Interstate 10; and about two
r.d..l CVrpo.i I "Im..w C- ing said he had studied the phase medicine.
system. Financing of the remainder well kept and complied Striking out verbally at en- will be heard at the Dr. Wilhelm has a ranch in miles northeast of the 1-10

of the debt Is expect- with legal requirements." (S.. Page 4} ($.. Feflo 5)) meeting next Tuesday night. Melrose, one reason a prac- and US-441 Interchange.J17LIAN .

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Woman's Club Luncheon Given Mrs. Mussoline/ //.nor : Plans Fashion.i Show I

To Meet Mar. 14 For PresbyterianSenior
Honored At Stork George Canova,administrator ess.
WomenThe The Juniors are planning
Dr. Jean Mundyof Tallahassee Shower at the Bradford County
j TuesdayMrs. their annual Spring Fashion
will be the speaker at the S Hospital was guest speaker at
Presbyterian Women ca Woman's Club me- Show and spaghetti supper
Starke Woman's Club luncheon the Junior
the Church luncheon John Mussoline was Thursday night, March 15.
gave a i. March 1, discussing
meeting Wednesday March 14 eting on
Monday In the old Manse on honored at a stork shower to recruit new Mrs. Linda Kaye Johns and
at 12:15: at the club house. The recent efforts
program Is under the Educat- Church Street for their sen- Tuesday night at the Pratt doctors for the community.He Miss Johanna Fowler co-
ion Department with Mrs. M. ior members of the church. Street Recreation Center giv- also discussed the new expansion chairmen of this event. Invite
A. Payne, chairman. ; The dining tables were cov- I ''gzt en by the members of the Duplicate plans for the hospital the public to attend. Ticketsare
ered with white linen cloths $1.50 for adults and 75C
Bridge Club. the refreshments
Hostesses Following program
will be Mrs. A.
for children, and be obtained
and held a garland of azaleas. may -
Russell Norman, Mrs. L. A. The long buffet refreshment were served with
from club
Canova, Mrs. C.A. flitch The 19 attending were serveda table was covered with aplnk. Mrs. Wayne Whiffen as host- any member.
Mrs. II. M. Hatcher Jr., Mrs. salad course. J blue and white stork embossed
E. K. Perryman, Mrs. L. G. Hostesses were Mrs. Herb 4 table cloth with matching cups "--
l Jackson\
Powell, Mrs. Betty Register Herres Mrs. Marc and napkins. Centering the
Mrs. J. S. Shuford, Mrs. Joe Mrs. James Watts and Mrs. table was a pyramid; arrange-
Vallnskl Mrs. S. A. Weldon, Linda West. ment of pink camellias in a The
Mrs. Bill Powell Mrs C. N. silver compote. Standing on
Christy, Mrs. Wayne Douglas Mann-Gordon the floor at one end of the
Mrs. John Griffin, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- table was a tall stork holdinga Great Sewing
Paul Bridges. wire returned last Friday piggy bank for money don-
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Nettles from a two weeks visitt with ations.
announce the engagement and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Goldwlre Mrs. Ed Wainwright chair-
CAR WASH SATURDAY appro-ch Ing marriage of their and duaghters at West Palm man of the affair was assistedin Sale
Members of the Little Women's niece, Sharlynn Wynell; Mann, Beach. serving by members of the
Club to Gene Stephen Gordon, son ofMr. club.
will have a caiwash
March niJ Mrs. O.B. Gordon of Preceding the shower and
Saturday 10, at ,
Hurst Shell Station, from 10 Raiford. of the bride's parents. .. refreshment, several progressions -
a.m. until finished. The wedding Is planned for All friends and relatives are of duplicate bridge
March 30 at 8 p.m.at the home invited to attend. -t were played at the five tables ."'" -J\\ L
/ Winners were Ken Dent and
( 1'/ Townsend Dent, first; Mrs. f'w'
I # Rhea Johnson and Mrs. Hilda '
LYMAN GREEN'SBARBQUE Day second; and Mr. and i''
Mrs. John Mussoline third.
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Beta Sigma Phi :

323 N. TEMPLE AVE. Cindy Chesser Donnie R. Starling Beta Sigma Phi sorority met
964-8199 ( Monday evening *eb. 26, at
the h",.ne of Mrs.Grady Over- Sale $97.00
,-....-..-. .. Wed In Camp Blanding Chapel stra:"i In Deerwood Estates for
a. its iTiual Rush party for prospective -
Reynolds Chapel at Camp a white nosegay with satin rib- members. Reg. $119.95FASHION
LYMAN GREENS GREEN BACKS Blanding was the setting for bons. Her only ornament wasa Rushees were introducedand
the wedding of Cindy Lavonne silver pendant.A ;iosented with a token MATE zig-zag sewing machine with cabinet.
Chesser, daughter of Mr. and reception was held in the gift then given a brief resume Sews straight and zig-zag stitches plus extra wide zig-zag..
2O4 OFFTHE Mrs. Robert A. Chesser Jr. officer's club where Miss of sorority traditions and duCos With exclusive fSinggr!: front drop-In bobbin snap-on
of Camp Blanching to Donnie Sharon Mlzell kept the bride's The sorority scapbookwas presser leet. 257/708
PURCHASE ?RICE OF Ray Starling son of Mr. and book. viewed and activities were A SINGER SPECTACULAR'!
Mrs. Willis Starling of Bald- The bride's table was cov- disc.!sed. SAVE ON SO MANY MACHINE CABINET COMBINATIONS NOW
WAGON TRAIN SPECIAL win. B.C.Cole of Camp Bland- ered with a white lace cloth A lovely dessert buffet was
ing performed the nuptials on and centered by a three-ti- enjcr.'ed during the party. COLEMAN'S SEWING
Super BEEP OR PORK SANDWICH Feb. 23 at 8 p.m.Decorating ered wedding cake. Mrs. Being rushed are Mrs.Marc
the altar were Dorothy Combs cut the cake JacXs.in, Mrs. Fran Nichols CENTER
WITH BAKED BEANS AND SLAW two baskets of white and yell- and assisting in serving were Mis. Richard; Odom, Mrs. Slit
THURSDAY-VYEDNESD4+ : ; MARCH 8-11 ow gladioli and mums againsta Mrs. Gladys; Thomas, Mrs. Smith,Jr.,Mrs.Doyle Thomas
background branched can Betty Norman, Mrs. John Miss Mary Sue Underhill and 138 E. Call Street
delabra with burning tapers. Greene, and Mrs. Lucille Mrs. Danny Waters.
Mrs. Geroge Canova,organ Raulerson. Beta Sigma Phi will hold its Starke, Flu. 32091
ist, presented a program of Following a wedding trip model] meeting for rushees
nuptial music. to Atlanta, Ga. the couple is or. Monday evening March -0., Phone 901-964-8312
Eddie Bell served as best residing on SR 16 East. 12, at 7:30 pjn. at the home p We have a credit
plan designed to fit"
11 Y1 ,fj man and the ushers were The bride is employed in of Mr,,., Harold Davis 1388 J We also have a liberal trade-in your policy.budget.
A Robert Wayne Chesser' and Dr. Harry Gruen's office and Bee St., Green
: Acres with .... :.........
: the .. ".
I.l.U": 'Y1O4 Randy Allen Chesser. groom is employed; by' Mrs Charles ,Flynn; co-ho- .ewo.uou ouw. A Trademark ol THE. INOER! COMPANY/ ,
LYMAN GREEN'S, GREEN BACKS Mrs. Paul Wheeler attendedas Duval ,County School Board. steSR.. ._.
matron honor, wearing a
white chiffon gown with green
OFFTHE and turquoise braid trim. f
Her white veil was secured
PURCHASE PRICE OF with a white and turquoise head
piece. She carried a nosegay 1
SUPER BAR-B-QUE of white pompoms with tur-
SANDWICH nuoise ribbon streamers. -L fettttLa \
Misses Cherylene Combs urr rfii
5. BEEF OR PORK WITH PICKLES and Telia Norman served as
bridesmaids. They wore gowns
ftZDNESD.AYM.ARCH of turquoise pplyester
with long sleeves and empire
bodice trimmed with white se-
ee pearls. Their white veils
were secured to headpieces
of white trimmed with tur-
quoise. 134 W.CALL ST,
... PHONE 964-5827
Given in marriage by her
t2S; father, the bride worea white
lace over satin gown with em- DARK SPANISH OAK
LYMAN GREEN5 BARBQUEFREE pire waist,. gathered skirt,

and standup long chiffon chiffon ruffled sleeves collar with 6 Piece Dining Room Suite

She wore a veil! and carried SUITE INCLUDES SALE
One Coke With Purchase Of Any Plate CHIN:* CABINET

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B.Ter- 40\40\60 Table
DeliciousBEEF willegar Jr. attended a Ford 4- Side Chairs REGULAR $357.40 $2 9 9 .95
meeting at the Arnold Pal-
PORK, Ribs, CHICKEN( mers Bay Hill Club and Lodge
In Orlando Saturday to Mondayand
2 THURSDAY SUNDAY MRCHS-14 also attended the Citrus
.i5' Golf Open. On Monday Mr. ?bra
ZS Terwlllegar played golf with
Lanny Wadkins and Jerry
Heard, ;young pros in the 1973


}Ir. and Mrs. Guy Sale spent
i'Must Present Coupon Thursday to Monday with Mr.
and Mrs. Keith GllUngham and

_. family in Perrlne.
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"'1;. .; On............. ...iii.. )' .... and Mrs. Tommy Tyer, main service project for 1972- Duplicate Bridge Club at the Pratt Street Recreation
... '. dancE! chairman, tor the '73. Center.
.I' sorxtrity.;
.rt! r The band, from London
Town's Londonalre Club in THE BRADFORD
Nancy Nail/ And Robert Beam Jacksonville, played for the Mr. and Mrs.Carl Mathews, COUNTY TELEGRAPH .
sorority; sponsored Heart spent the weekend with[ Mr, and Published every Thursday
Exchange Vows In Alabama Fund Ball held recently at the Mrs. Lowell htathewsinFolkat 138 W. Call street
Starke Golf and Country Club. ston, Ga. and Mrs.Virgil MatStarke, Florida 32091
of the A-line skirt hews In Milliard.
the sides
Mr. and Mrs. Dan H. Naile and completely hemmed the Mrs. GoodmanHas Second Class postage paid r""
of Montgomery, Ala.announcethe Ralph Bryan Dave Paulk at Starke Florida 'rC
edge of the gown. Full bishop r ,
their HouseA
marriage of sleeves had bands of Open Eddie Allen and Gib Brown attended -
daughter Nancy, to Robert L. Venice circling the sleeves.A the annual mid-year Subscription Rates:
(Buddy) Beam, son of Mrs. t Ceramic Shop
full length chapel veil of illusion conference of the StateAsLt trade area: $6.00 per
Barbara Beam of Starke and
oclation of $3.50 six months
was edged with match County; Commieyear;
Robert Beam of Jacksonville, ing lace, and was attached to Mrs. S.D. Goodman held a signors of Florida at the Jack
The wedding took place Sat \ Outside trade area: $7.0U"
Camelot She carrieda grand sonville Hilton Hotel,
a cap. emodeledCeaamic $4.00 six months
urday, March 3, at 7 pm,1n \per year
her newly
white Bible with a cascade March 4, 5 and 6.
Highland Gardens Baptist of white sweetheart roses and Shop last Friday evening at her
Church, Montgomery, with pink carnations with\ stream home on Alton Road.
Rev. Frederick W. Bueto off [ and
Mrs. Wayne Harper \r.t
ers. Charlene Bea sister of
iciating. .the groom, was flower girl Mrs. Charlie Braswell gre- Double EE Mobile Homes Inc. .. .;
Danielle Funderbunk organist James R. Fee of Huntsvllle eted guests at the door, and 4500 H.W. 6th Street Gainesville, Fla. .
presented a program of Mrs. Rhymer Howell pre- C" ...
Ala. best man,
nuptial music. sided at the punch bowl. Alvarez-Hadley Sales & Service f.fJ
the ushers were Jimmy .ttm-
The bride, given In marriageby Eddie Carrot Mon During the hours 7 to 10 p.m. a.O
her father wore a white mon and Mrs. Goodman showed her 1 YEAR CONDITIONAL WARRANTYAll .. V- '
voile gown detailed with gar reception the new building and pointed Mr. and Mrs. J.W. k "
held In the guest
A was the engagement Sizes Including Doublewides
landed Venice lace and self Fellowship Hall. Following out the different typeset; announce of } -} .- .. '
church marriage
ruffles. The Victorian collar trip to Birmingham ceramics which were on dis end aDoroachiruz to Prices -:;! .
was a pleated ruffle, and ruffles a wedding play. their daughter, Greta Fay, CompetitiveCLIFF ..... O
Ala. the couple Atlanta
Michael Lee Hadley of ,
down each side of the empire
bodice outlined bands of will reside in lluntsvllle,Ala. Approximately 50 guests attended son of Mr. and Mrs. James RANKIN, Manager
the lace which continued downEr will reside In HuntsvUle, Ala. during the appointee'hours. Amberhurst of Lake City; PHONF. 372-5267
The wedding will take place ." I f
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'' CARPS : Green Paint, Runs Perfect All The Way.

$845 .
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1971 Ford Torino GT. r'r ,

Power Steering, Power Brakes, Air Conditioning

FRI. AND SAT ONLY Very Clean And Ready.

Mt tt5 $2,295

r Every Department Packed With Exciting Values! 1971 Plymouth 4 Door

+H Local One Owner, Color Black & White.

t t'M Boy's Short Sleeve ;::\,

Knit Shirts Y '1 1 $895

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Grace Church Young People BanquetGrace 1970 Dodge 440 4 Dr.

During the program the I66 l Sale! Local Car With Automatic Transmission, Power
Baptist Church held a Sale!
skits, and Power Brakes & Air Conditioning.
Sweetheart! Banquet recentlyIn children presented Steering,
the church dining hall for the climax of theoventwasthecrowningofthe : Dressmaker SportsWear
their youth. The theme for kInJr.DlckJ ones .. New springcolors styles, $1,595
the occasion was "Stairway to and queen Nettle Wynn. The w Mater/a//
the Stars." devotional was given by Ron .. Sizes 8 to I 18 y a ,, .' K /
Twenty-nine guests l 1971 Chevy Vega Wagon
A Valentine motif was car Bristol. ; f y
ried out with hearts and cupids enjoyed the affair Includingsix : Reg. 79Q yd,

on the walls. adults. r> 1 Solids or ( Fully Loaded With Power Ste.rlng.ms .
Boys Casual prints 64

Introducing Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carter Slacks & Jeans ,' blend $1,895

and son of Lake City; and Mr. cotton 0
and Mrs. Marvin Barnes and r 44"-45" yard
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mote Wide
m of Augusta Ga. announcethe daughter of Miami spent the 347 '';! 1972 Olds LS Sedan
birth of a son, James Bryan weekend with Mr. and Mrs, A. i
March 4th. Maternal C. London. Sale! This Fine Car Has It All, Man Trades Every
m Year. Just Llk.
rr New
grandparents are Mr. and .. Western flare f Mo
Starke.Mrs. Robert J. Starling Sr. of The handcrafted person who gift knows receives you a n l f ; Irdeenmrbrushed on Polyester S 5 $4,895

went out of your way to do .. Parma. press, r Knit
Lt. and Mrs. John D. War. something special. Classesin sizes 8 l 18 es Fabric 1966 Buick 4 Door
ceramics will begin March
ren of Karlsruhe, Germany
announce the birth of a daughter enroll 19. Space nowtMyrno'e!will be limited so ., a a SAVE 11C Yd.a Power Steering And Air Conditioning. Runs
Whitney Eileen, on Feb. Good.

28. Paternal grandparents are Gift Shop*. ,,, ,, i Reg.S3.99 '
of .. !
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Warren c. t $595
Starke. State Road lOa

, Lake Butler, Fla. t 1, 6 nln Maehine
washable 1972 Dodge Dart GT
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gold- Open s or
t' fancies.
wire of West Palm Beach ; 59".so" yarn dyed
;r de 340 V8 Automatic Transmission
rt Power
announce the birth of a daughter 1 P.M. \9 P.M. Sun-Fr..
Elizabeth McDanlel, on Steering, Vinyl Top, 48,000 Miles, Solid
Feb. 15. Paternal grandparents u" r )ht,r rk SALE: !I Black Paint.
are Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert the golden TW $1,195
Goldwire of Starke. Sale!
36" Bottom Elephant
macaroniin rsiAiPil{ 1966 Van
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jack '
son announce the birth of a the little Flare Misses Jeans Girl s Six Cylinder, Automatic Transmission,
daughter, Debora Annys, on ,
Runs On Good Tires.
Feb. 27 In Alachua General .green box s { Jeans
Hospital. Maternal grandparents Regular sT,99
Sidney W. Grlffls, l.' 1l
are : $695
Sr. of Starke and the late t ;+ # 4{ a SAVE $1.55 boy-cut styled
Mrs Grlffls.are Paternal Mr. and grandparents hire ; a r !!l S '{ If0 ? p 644 y 1968 Ford LTD Squire WagonTen

Blake Jackson of Gainesville "" ,. .
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I JMlmfie tS cceme.l .. Shower GivingFor Azalea Queen Engine. . e AMERICA'S
Miss Sheering
the'amount of the largest engine -
BrideelectMiss / (From: Page 1)) presently in the plant; or FAVORITE
Mrs. J. H. Fields was a Misses Evelyn Sinclair and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes (From Page 1)) KW.
guest of Mrs. Elsa Lyles in Denise Winkler of FSU were gineer Wilson, McRae asked'"Do 1,750
visited Mr. and Mrs. N. G. "It'behooves us to put in the PASTA
Jacksonville last week. home for the weekend. Hayes In Brooker Sunday afternoon Wanda Sheering,whose beauty title, that of Miss Magnolia you mean to tell us your unit possible now,"
marriage to Ronald Sapp of Fair, In Williamson recommendation to us is to largest
Lawtey will be an event of Fri West t Virginia. As winner of accept one of the highest said Wilson citing a22 per
day night,March 9, honored cent price increase In the pre-
DON'T FORGETRegister Mrs. W. F. Herlong has at a bridal shower was Monday- the'sored Azalea by Festival the PalatkaJay-pageant, prices offered?" The city'sfinancial sent bids by one firm over that
returned from a two weeks sp" status should be con- firm's bid in the previous bids
night given by Mrs. Dave Paulkat
Miss Whitt will be elig-
visit with Mrs. H. R. Lay- coos, sidered, McRae said the city.
pointing; taken by
her home
on Crosby Lake.
Mower To Be Given field and In Belle ible to enter the Miss Florida fit
For daughters A yellow and white color this She also out the council is trying to "I wish they'd have seen
Glade. Pageant year. buy something tile city can'tafford to it in 11/2 years ago,"
scheme carried put
was out In the
to/( thinking of entering the
Free In MarchDo Councilman 0-
Away decorations. The stated veteran
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper party punch Bradford: Strawberry Queen The has pushed
Worthington who
bid he recommended rle Wiggins,
table In the Florida
Not H"v To B. Pr .nt To Win visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest was room Ptkvant
Lord In Old Town Saturday where arrangements of dog- Toni graduated from Brad- is the next to lowest continuously for keeping the .: .:.:.:.::::: ::::: :;:.:.;.::::e?: ::::>.:::::
wood used In price per KW. Wilson city plant and buying '''
: were to advantage.The ford High in 1972 and attended power .
PACKAGEDBAREROOT night. brides table in the dining- college in West Virginia fora answered,, remaining, calm under another engine. 'JacksonvilleDirectory
room was covered with a white McRae's verbal assult. It will be at least two three
Misses Becky Jackson Janine -
oar in
and Kim Hodges of cutwork cloth and centered Wilson explained that power years before additional power
Gay Bradford County last
summer. will be needed after this new
with an epergnette holding yel- generators are rated on the
Debbie Dukes of
Starke and
She is enrolled full-
low and white spring flowers as a price per KW, not the total unit is added Wilson said in
Lake City spent the weekendIn time SFJC
student at
with classes
TREES, SHRUBS AND and white tapers. price."We'll. answer to a question by Councilman -
Orlando and
from 8-10:45 Monday
VINES Games were played by the .am. be out of firm power Vernon Silcox. If
ney World. 30 guests and prizes awardedto Tuesday, and Thursday next year, won't we?" McRae the council waits until the city
Mrs. Reddish Andrews and On Tuesdays' and Thursdays asked. Wilson replied the is in the shape it is now it will Auto Sales and Service
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rld- Miss Dottle Khoden. Among shu takes a night class from city has been out of firm pow- be six years before another u-
NOW don of Jacksonville were Sun- the guests were Mrs. Dale 7-10:30 jp.m. er for several years although nit will be added,engineer ad- Parrish Motor
day visitors of Mrs. J. L. hours at GEar "
Her working ded. .
Sheering, mother of the honoree best engineering principals
i Gentry.Mr. and Mrs. George Sapp of from midnight to 7 ajn. dictate that a plant operate How much an additional unit
For the past six week Toni with firm is needed at the city power pla- aaiessesnCE'
a capacity greater
and Mrs. Gerry Gib- Lawtey, mother of the bride- to :
worked at night gone than its peak demand. nt Is illustrated by the fact that 'VOLVO
20% OFF son of Merritt Island spent groomelect.Mrs. school, in the day. Councilman Tucker sided the 1,750 KW Worthington is PARTS
the weekend with his gave the honoreean for
par- that leave time
Does any with the now off the line due to blown
engineer out
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. electric can opener as a ofial life? Yes, Miss Whitt to Chairman McRae, pointing that fin- turbocharger and will be down Always Good Used Car

Gibson. memento of the occasion. OAi'>nllned. Thursdays are her ancing of the generator is not for several more weeks. It .n L..ra St. Ph. 3M-5 h
Mrs. Ervin Andrews assis- Friday and Saturday is like leaves the plant with a total -
.\.11. ,
the engineer's problem. Tuc-
FRESH ,_ I '} / a Grady Brian Bishop, son ted in serving Sunday, and she uses those tow ker capacity of around 5.500 PIANOS
'".. also pointed out that this
... of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Bishop free days to date. committee KW, 1,000 KW less than peak
W.T. Jackson Sr. and the city bond
GARDEN Roses t of Route One, Starke has of Mrs.Starke, Mrs. Frank Wea- All this and the new Azalea trustees agreed with Wilson's summer loads. Luckily, the YAMAHA PIANOS
been Initiated Into Oil Theta WilUston Mrs. JamesW. queen still manages to keep recommendation. engine is down in the winter CONN ''and KIMBAM.ORGANS .

; BUD AND .f' fr Kappa honor society at Lake ver. of Weaver of ,Jacksonville, up a 3.8 average at SFJC. Wilson pointed out that no when the demand on the plants : !
Community College,
SEEDPeas City
and Mr. and Mrs. A.U. Lou- matter what size engine is added capacity is lowest; it was
.:- BLOmJ ;: where science he Is majoring In police don, Sr. of Keystone Heights New Doctor now, the plant's firm capacity down around 3,200 KW last
Beans, Corn, = attended the 25th wedding will be Increased only by week, for instance.

Greens, Okra, Tomatoes, J'2' Miss Norma Canova was anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. (From Page 11 ---.-.-.-..._--...--......--......--......-......--...---............_...-...--.....-.-...................--........-..._.----- '- 4
P.D.Loudon in Tampa Sun- the new doctor says.
In Palatka over the weekend
Seed Potatoes, And -. I visiting her brotherinlawand day. Bradford County was served F WADSWORTH'SARENA
Many More. I 'F sister, Mr. and Mrs. just a few yars ago by eight
7< : Dick Bush. Mrs. Roy Clemons, Mrs. physicians, or nine if Dr. L.

"'.,. ---l, ,. ,'' Denton DeVoe and Mrs. Gene II. Jennings, a local physicianwho KUmA!.!. "S\VIN<:JER"
," 1" 1 (
Tommy Blackshear and Norman and son visited Mr. has limited his practiceto ORGANS

Rusty Hardin of St. Johns and Mrs. Jimmy Newmanand opthamology, is counted. Your Horses And Ponies Roosevelt Mall 388.8519
family in Fort Lauder- But Doctors Sara Lou Wells Bring
666FERTILIZER River Junior College and 2929 N. W. 13th Gainesville
GARDEN Len Jones of UF spent the dale over the weekend. and T. G. Ritch moved from

Organic |1.89 weekend with Mr. and Mrs. the area. Dr. Donald Chrls- GAMES tffijb PRIZES FURNITURE ____
James Blackshear.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. toffers was killed in a plane
With Minors Meyer of Arcadia have mov- crash and Dr. A. J. Barry FURNITUREAT
and Mrs. J. D. Sey- ed to 1204 Blanding Street died recently. TIMED RI3BONS DISCOUN ; :
mour and Mrs. C. N. Christy Saratoga Heights. Mr. Meyer Dr. Pete G. Felos has lim- EVENTS
in Orlando has been transferred backto ited his practice to private Complttt I
FLA. PEAT Bu. .79 spent Saturday w Houiehold
where Mr. Seymour attended Starke with Hercules, Inc., patients, although he is on
the Citrus Open Golf having lived here prior to the courtesy staff of the hospital Beginners Furnishings

5 BL. ONLY 3.75 Tournament.Mrs. May, 1964. Dr. J. W. Patray also Up To 40% Savings
has an office in Starke and FREE ADMISSION
O. L. Beasley and S/Sgt. and Mrs. Norman has been working as night staff Baxley Chair Co.
Rigdon and family and Dan physician at ECU.
Mrs. J. W. Klncald spent .
GRASS SEEDFor the weekend in Gainesville Kelly of Seymour Johnson But Dr. Adams and Dr. Sal- 64! Co.i.tt 1 Blcrk

with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. AFB, N.C. spent the week- azar are the only physiciansin From 1.10
and end with Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. recent months who have devoted JacklOny \\I.. 3d1.174 I
Permanent Lawns Hoppe
Brown. full time to practice, ilt'J"zm

Mrs. H. M. Richardsof Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cald- Dr, Adams at a time when he AUTO ELECTRIC
has been trying to limit his ?
Starke and Mr. and Mrs.
visited Mrs. Yongueand
Argentine 1.39 after distinguishedcareer PEAVY Brothers
LB. Henry Richards and family Mrs. Thelma Dean in practice a ;
I of Gainesville returned Wed- Fairfield last Friday. serving the local pop- FOR SPECTATORS Electric Co.,
Bahia 50 LB. 59.99 nesday of last week from ulace.
two weeks visit with Mr. Mrs. J.M. Vickers of Brun- For his round the clock Alttrnators Starters
swick, Ga. was the guest of work in keeping the Brad-
and Mrs. W.P. McCutcheonIn
100 LB. U4.99 Waveland Miss and Mr. Dr. and Mrs. H.H Adams the ford hospital open when no EVERY SUNDAY 2 P.M.] Generators Regulators

and Mrs. 1. N. Busch In first of the week. other physician was available '
Daphne, Ala.SSgt Mrs. nia Rain of Chiefland Dr. Adams recently was recipient AUTO TRUCK .

Penscola LB. .69 is visiting her uncle and aunt, of the community's HI Iway 18 & 221 DIESEL
and Mrs. Jerry Law- Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jackson, Humanitarian Award for 1972
LB. 31.99 son and family and Susan Prince this week. given by the Starke-Bradford Hampton, Fla. 4044 Lenox Av. Jax.
Bahia Loa of Fort Walton Beach were County Chamber of Commerce -
Mrs. R. V. Turner, Mrs. 387.2528Is
LB. .
56.99 weekend guest of Mr, and Mrs. James Barron and Mrs. My-

Ewell Lawson. rtle Anderson visited Mr. and

Mrs. T.B. Herndon and Mrs. Mrs. W.T. Brinson InValdosta -
ff @ffi. Morris Willis of Valdostavisited Sunday.
e 1 LB. t 1 Mrs. Pearl Edwards over
LTC and Mrs. V. J. Spen-
the weekend.
THE ORIGINAL HEALPELLETS ler and daughter, Debbie, and (,
CENTIPEDE GRASS SEED Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke Mrs. Emma Badman visited (

and family of Tampa visited Mr. and Mrs; R.L. Spenglerin
her mother, Mrs. Shellie St. Augustine Sunday. There
"'- .
Gene, over the weekend. t'
Mr. and Mrs.E. L. Mathews, '
.. ...,.......-. Mr. amd Mrs. Guy Andrews in Valdosta and iI An .
..._........ ....u.. were Saturday : Easy- ,
.-.....-.....-..-...'.._........,.......... ,.. Now returned Monday after three Sunday where they attended the )
..-. ... ... .-... -week trip to Los Angeles, play, "Look Homeward
...::...:.:.:....:.:.:.:......:-:.:.:.::..;.:.:.:.:.:. I 57 Calif., and other western Antol," at the Valdosta State ,, ChairIn
states. College. %
tanwinr Aaron,In/ammm trw ;

Mrs. W. H. Hart and Mrs. Mrs. Barney McRae returned -
Dora Beasley of Gainesville last Friday after a six
,1"" .,, weeks visit with her duaghter
/, have returned from an eight-
__._, -- '_ I 1 ___- ,, day visit with "Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Vivian Harley, and fam- Your
r John Jenks in New Orleans, ily at Merritt Island.
\ COW / Seed .1'' ; attended the
While there they
Local admittances to Brad-
\ wedding of their great-niece, ford County: Hospital this we- Future?
\ MANURE \\ Potatoes / Robin Keating, to Charles ek Include: Mrs.Mary Dinkins

/ Buras on March 2. They also and Mrs. Winnie Shuford,
\ Pk. 15 Ib. / attended the Mardi Gras. Mrs. Lawtey; Mrs. Gracie Harris
: I 40 Lb. Edith Christiansen, who has Raiford; Clinton Burton, Key-
been visiting in New Orleans, stone Heights; Mrs. Linda Both I.uokmji fur a ftirr firr ..a. to get

1.77 x.89 \ returned to Starke with them. man, Melrose; Robert Cur- more. for tour nmurt....iifrh 1 ? Rrailon RATES UP TO
/ tis, Lake Geneva; Kadmill :V>.. )uii art piiiirantifd the
( Attending the annual Azalea Watterson, Hampton; Hubert hi h..t MuHaM intrrrst rare l ulii'ii.

_. ....*" Golf Tournament in Palatka Ely, Harry Houston Mrs,Ed- \''uimetinour.arinrerertifieate.. .1."
I ,, "" 5: 9E CallFtpRIDAPtST Friday to Sunday were John na Sauve, Mrs. Mildred Lee, Learn the farti call xiun. 6
Watson m, Hal Seymour, Er- Mrs. Ida Mae Bishop, Willie
( Star e. Ia mie Jomes, Warney AdJdnson, Brown, Mrs, Mary Ann Con- Per AnnumCNCCTi'
O1jo.! q64 57L Bill Epps, Bob McRae and ners and Mrs Ruth Noegel,
Steve Simmons. Starke.

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::1 f Squash A 50 Ft. Sweet CornTomatoes :. $1,000 1.10 years 534 %,......._

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:: '\'. Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation 395
': 964-8711 W, MADISON ST PHONE 9645000I

You May Also Make Deposits And Withdrawals
I In Gainesville At
Across 301 From Holiday Guaranty Federal's other Officer

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f City Hit Bike a thon' ZoningFor Berry Queen Pageant Dinks Co-Lead With RaifordStarke I

Set March 10 MH Park Dinks, coleaderswith and Raiford was In the same as they shut out the Dinks,
On Water Set On April 7Starke's Raiford for most of the position. A split by both 15-0.
At KeystoneThe season, won two pressure teams would put them into a
(From Page 1)) matches to take the Men's playoff.The The season was very suc-
: Junior Woman'sClab sponsors of the pageant this cessful and most all
Volleyball Championship, partici-
, first match Raiford
Rate saw
Hike American Cancer Society project In detail and had con- will again sponsor theBrst.1ford year because we believe It Wednesday, Feb. 28. take on Keystone and handily pants thoroughly enjoyed
Clay County unit, Is cluded that It would not be de- County Strawberry provides a valuable contribu- Going into last Wednesday defeat them in two themselves and are looking
sponsoring a Bikeathon on Queen Pageant In conduction tion to fair and to the games
Hit this termental to Hampton Lake our night's action, the Dinks were 15-0 and 156. forward to next year. They
month with an Increase March 10, from 9 to 5, for with the Bradford County Fair young ladies who will enter
in and would meet a need in the tied: with naiford for the Second match are making plans to expandthe
Starke pitted the
water rates, the purpose of raising funds April 7, with Mrs. Jim Law- the competition.
county. league and
Westmoreland Trailer Park league lead while the Spikerswere Dinks against the Spikers and play two nightsa J
for research and the many son chairman for the secondye'
According to CAM's week Instead
residents complained Tuesday other of educationand pro- !!'. Entrants will be Judged on just one match behind. the Spikers needed the win one.
programs posal the park would have spa- Dinks had to Raiford to In FINAL STANDINGS: DINKS
night to the Starke city; coun- assistance carried on by This will make the fourth natural beauty only This shall play .stay contention and the
ces for 281 mobile homes 16-8 RAIFORD 15-9 SPlK-
cil. the ACS. on the Junior Woman's Club be Interpreted to Include figure and the Spikers, a loss to first game looked as thoughthe : :
45 of the 64 acres in the proposed year either would knock them out would do ERS 14-lOi; KEYSTONE 321.
Anyone "from 8 to 108" development. Also has sponsored the Pageant.No hair face personalityand Spikers just that ;.
Bill Richards, speaking for poise. will be -- -- -- -
may participate, and a num- posed is a 125,000 foot entries have yet been en- Judging
the trailer park residents, ber of valuable prizes will shipping center, square tered. made' on appearance In swimsuit I
separate recreation -
protested Tuesday night to be awarded, from 10-speed areas for adults and The event this year will be evening gown, sportswear -
the city council that the recent bikes and $25 Savings Bondsto children, Including swimmingand the Tenth Annual Strawberry and street clothes. The Ultimate Name In !
stipulation that
every cartons of Cokes and candy wading pools, and paved Queen Pageant. I
household $2 month Entry blanks may be obtained II
pay a per bars will be awarded. Each streets. Bradford High School coed I
water minimum Is hurting residents participant must fill out an Donna Prevatt will haveto fom: the chairman Mr.
Meeks said the park wouldbe
ed from the chairman Mrs. Cooking
on fixed incomes. Ranges.MAGIC
enrollment blank and have one developed in sections, and give up her crown as pre- .
Richards said the city Increased stdiig Strawberry Queen to Jim Lawson, P.O. Box 928,
sponsor. that residents would be
per- Starke Phone 964-5103
electric rates, then : or
The closed route in Key- mitted to move homes in as one of the girls that have to
gas' rates, and now comes a stone Heights will start at soon as utilities were instal- be between the ages of 16 and any Junior Woman's Club
charge for water. the bank, go to the school, and 21 by April 1. member. Deadline for enter -
The council's decree that led.The ;ig Is March 28.
to Lakevlew Drive, and "We serving
on application! in questionis are again as
every household pay a Water back to the bank, Membersof
to change the present Open ------
minimum has hit mostlyat CHEF
the Keystone Heights Vol- Rural classification to RM (
apartment dwellers and unteer Fire Dept. and other ORDER 1 BY MAIL -
trailer In mobile home park on one por-
parks. many cases
local organizations are assisting -
tion, and BII (business sales
the landlord has been
payingall FAUAU/
in this event. and serviceX) the portion for a UIABLD ICE SHOW
water costs, but he has The county route will startat
been paying a $2 minimumfor shopping center with 1,280 ----- ----- --- ----
the Keystone shop centeron ---- ---- -- --- --- -
5,000 gallons per month Highway 21 (north)and con- parking spaces.
plus 20 cents for each additional tinue toward Highway 16, with Other officers of CAM, In -< The E onon.icalVay To CookIs
1,000 gallons. check points every five miles. addition to Meeks, are PhillipM. .fr/-:: I
Now the city has decreed This event Is for riders 14 Carnes, president, and _
that each family in a trailer years or older. Volunteersare Mrs. Dorothy Carnes, secre- A Magic Chef Gas Range
park, for instance, must paya needed to help, and riders tary-treasurer, both of Pom- .
water minimum. At the same pano Beach. Meeks residesin /
time the city credits the sin- pate. are needed to partici- Charleston, W. Va. ('" "/o -----r'" ';;;g"F '

gle water meter with 5,000 Enrollment forms may be :' \
gallons of water for each $2 '; -
obtained at the school, or Fair AssociationSets '
minimum paid. Thus the cre- by contacting Rhea Johnson, _
dit reduces, and in some Cases 473-4644 Special Meet n j FEATURING :
or Monty Montgomery -
wipes out the landlord's 473-3540. JACKSONVILLE J'7'.. I .
water bill. The Bradford County Fair = '=='" ,. ..., "' \6.,
I :\ I
In The Apartments in Reno, Association will hold an Important 1 COLISEUM ;, == 36" Range:; -.: -eo "
for Instance, 52 families living meeting at the Cham- V / -
there last month used General Carpentry ber of Commerce next Wed WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21 7f' ; i '- 1

225,000 gallons of water.Each Offered By SFJC nesday, March 14, at 7:15p.m.All ==I THRU ( ALL == 4 Burners I
family was charged $2,but directors are urged to i SUNDAY MARCH 25 ,' .I =
52 times 5,000 gallons, a total For Spring Term attend. == ,."itIQ\.I NEW = Lift Up Top Ii
of 260,000 gallons, was "
General Carpentry will be a i 1 1973EDITION I
credited to the single water '
the new program offered by Santa Wed. March 21 7:30: P.M \ StorageCompartment
meter charged to apart- SOFTBALL DEADLINEDeadllne -
ment owners, Town House En Fe Community College starting Thu March 22 1:30: P.M : E5 '
with the upcoming spring for entries In the -
terprises. Since the credit term. Men and Women's Softball Fri March 23 8:00 P.M. "' = I' II
to gallons of .
amounted more Fee for the course will be Leagues has been set for Mon c Sat. March 24 2:00 P.M I "
consumed, the apart- Broiler
water I
$10 plus a $5 laboratory fee day, March 19.
ment owner owned no water __ Sat. March 24 8:00: P.M I I I
each term. This date was changed from
bill. But each resident of the Additional Information con- the date of March 26. Sun. March 25 1:30: P.M. ( A'I \ I
apartments was charged $2 cerning the program may be A meeting will be held at I Sun. March,25 5:30: P.M It I'I
which he had not \1 _
previouslypaid. ( i ..
obtained by contacting the instructor the Recreation Department, b;GALL -
Rich- at 378-2581. Monday, March 19, 7:30: p.m., --
That point
was Santa Fe's carpentry pro- and entry fees must be paidat
made to the city coun-
ards gram will begin April 2. that time.
cil lie said many persons k
living In Westmoreland Trailer -- ft WIll! 3004005.00 twl: $19900
Park are living on Social I
Security and can't afford additional J T Parrish
payments on their fix SAT ? 00 Sun I 1.30& 5'30 I BOTH SHOWS)
ed income. REifBVMIONb ACCtPtIO PHONE COIl EUM JS4 7041
The council said Richard'sargument ,
should be with the SPECIALIZING IN CLEARING- | Main Chalk, Puytihli: ID-lu, Coliti'unt; Mail,";loJin title;; Puissance;Desired;; 1' SAWYER SLADE GAS
landlord who promised to Coin'urn I l Mi I Ailimit I' Jncttaiwilli flotr I
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By Elizabeth Terry
1i I I NOnCE J

In the Circuit Court, Brad-
NOTICE ford County, State of Florida CHURCH SCHEDULES] Massey and family, Sunday law, Mr. and Mrs. Claude NEW CHRYSLER AIRTEMPAIR
Estate of ROBERT ALEXIS ACTIVITIES afternoon. Sapp, of Tallahassee. They ON

GREEN, Deceased. Grace United Methodist Jimmy Ray Rosier of Has- all were dinner guests at the CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT. .
NOTICE OF PROBATEThe Church: Sunday School, 9:45: tings, visited his grandparents home of their son-in-law and

Public HearingA State of Florida, To a.m. Worship Services, II a. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hosier daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack ACT NOW..AND SAVE!

All Persons Interested In the m. and 7 p.m. MYF Mon- and the H. H. Brlces, Keen, also of Tallahassee.

Estate of said Decedent day, 7 p.m., followed by Choir Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Truby Wainwright STARKE APPLIANCE
Public Hearing will be held at the City Hall, You hereby notified: that Practice. Mrs. C. R. Crews, Glenn- spent the weekend with her

City of Starke, Florida at 7:30: P.M. March 13, 1973. a written are instrument purport- United Methodist Women of ann, and Lindy, spent the cousin, Mrs. Loca Whitten, MSM MMHHB MH HM
All parties will be heard at this time. the church met at the weekend with her soninlawand
homeof of Lake Butler. Another
ing to be the Last Will and cou- CJyflfJBBffli Dealer
APPLICATION FOR CHANGE{ IN ZONING Testament of said decedenthas Mrs. George Roberts, Sr., daughter, Mr. and Mrs. sin, Miss Dora Johnson, also Your : : :

CITY OF STARKE been admitted to of StarKe. on Tuesday with Tommy Clayton and Tommy of Lake Butler, Is a patient
Request has been made on the following from Com- said Court. 17 present. Mrs. Roberts in Jacksonville. In Alachua General Hospital, I

mercial & Residential to Commercial. Described as You are hereby commanded served refreshments after Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Griffis Gainesville. Both of them were WHERE FAIR PRICES :
follows: which Mrs. George Tribe and family, of Palatka
gave spent former residents of Lawtey.
NE 1/4 and S 1/2 of SE 1/4 of within six calendar months AND QUALITY WORKIS :
SE 1/4
NW 1/4 cf of the devotional. Sunday with their mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robertson
from the date of the first
NE 1/4 West of Hwy 301 except R/W, Sec. 32-Twp 6 S. publication of this notice to Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and visited Mrs. Mary Fran- OUR PRIDE. :

Range 22 E. West side U.S. 30. Approximately 18 acres. appear In said Court and show Highland Baptist Church: Mrs. Daisy Boch. cis Cain at University Hos-
Property location by or near the following: Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.Wor- Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kel- Professional Repairman employedFor I
Located just South of Sterns property on West sideU. cause, if any you can, why ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 ly visited their sister, Mrs. pital, Gainesville. While there
the action of said Court In
they met and visited with Mr. Information
S. 301. p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- Lorle Tomlinson, Belleview
To be used as: Over night trailer park and recreational admitting said Will to pro- day 7:30: p.m. followed by on Wednesday.Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Roebuck of
bate should not stand
area mobile home park. unre- Choir Practice. Cecil Dobbs and Jeni- Ocala. CALL 964-8563

All Parties wishing to be heard must be presentat voked. fer, of Huntsville, Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas -
/sGeorge L. Patten OR
and children of Starke,
this time. Circuit PERSON ALS Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt
L. M. Gaines Judge Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwardsand and son of Tallahassee, spent and Mrs.: Barbara Harris and 322 BROWNLEE

Chairman Zoning Board (SEAL Bradford) County; Florida Mrs. Ernest Wells visited the weekend with their par- baby of Raiford, were recent

Merrill Edwards First March Miss Enza Blanchard at Ba- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie guests of their parents, Mr. STARKE, FLA.
City Clerk, City of Starke 1973 publication on 8, ker County Nursing Home, Dobbs. and Mrs. H. H. Brice.

2/22 3t 3/8 3/8 4t 3/29 Macclenny, on Sunday. Other Mr. and Mrs. Sam Minton Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor

guests during the week were of Interlachen, were guestsof and girls, visited their mother -

Mrs. Truby Wainwright and Mrs. Harold Eunice and Mrs. Clifford Taylor

CALL FOR BIDS her sister, Miss Arthurine Mrs. Selma Eunice Tuesday in Middleburg, on Sunday. GAINESVILLEBusiness

NOTICE Blanchard. afternoon Mrs. Ed May is spending a
The Board of Com-
missioners of Bradford County County Mrs. Truman Norman, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Thompson few days with her brother,

Florida will :Marvin Moore and children, and sons, of Jacksonville, Clarence Slone, of Indian town,
Sealed of Lake city, and Mr. and Mrs. were supper guests of their who had eye surgery recently. DirectoryAUTO

Public HearingA on April 2 Bids, 1973 at in 10:00 the: Court-A.M., Tommy Harper and family, of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred .

house In Starke Starke, gathered at the homeof Moore, Wednesday of last Mrs. Eve Baldwin of Starke,
the following Florida for their grandparents, Mr. week. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish were SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES

One 2 ton Truck: and Mrs. Carl Prevatt, on Miss PrlsclUa Tanner of supper guests of her grandson -

Front Axle Saturday to help Mr. Prevatt the University of South Florida and granddaughter, Mr. BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson Fans Inc.
Ibs Rear
Public Hearing will be held at the City Hall, Axle 2 celebrate his 80th birthday Tampa, spent the week- and Mrs. Kay Stephenson, of ,
speedls,000Ibs, Heavy anniversary. end with her Mr. and Macclenny, on Sunday. OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS -
City of Starke, Florida at 7:30: P.M. March 13, 1973. Duty Vacuum parents,
All Parties will be heard at this time. Brakes, Engine 318 Hydraulic Cubic Inches Mr. and Mrs.James R.:'.:or- Mrs. L. S. Tanner, and fam- Leslie Phillips and sons of SALES & SERVICE Insecticide Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS

APPLICATION;; CHANGE IN ZONLNGCITY !; man and sons, and Mrs. Elsie ily.Mr. Waldo, were guests of his Fin selection of U..d Cars
OF STARKE or Transmission more; Clutch 13 inches Norman visited her nephew and Mrs. Barry Watts mother, Mrs. O. J. Phillips Taken On Cadillac Trad* W. R.nt Fertiliser Spreaders

Residential ; 4 Speed; Alan Walnwright III and son, of Jacksonville Na- on Sunday.Mr. 2001 N.W. 224 N.W. 8th Ph.
Request has been made on the following from Cast Spoke W h eel 1 Tires on 13th Ph. 378.5301 378-0476
to Commercial. Described as follows: 900X20 12 Ply Tube s; Thursday night. Alan under- val Air Station, Jacksonville, and Mrs. Sidney Han-

A Portion of SW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 Sec. 32 Township Auxiliary Rear Springs Wheel Type; went foot surgery in the Bap- spent the weekend with Mr. sen, and Mrs. Walter Martinof BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS

6 S Range 22 E In the City of Starke, Bradford County, Base 156 inches tist Hospital recently and returned and Mrs. Benjamin McCulleyand Starke, were dinner guests
40 over. home that sons. Mrs. Watts remained of her son-in-law and daugh- POWELL'S
Florida. West side U. S. 301. Approximately acres. Gilbert S. Brown morning. LIDDELL
Property location by or near the following: West Clerk to Board Sympathy of the community for a longer visit. ter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beauty
side of State Road 200 Road 301 South near Standard SEAL Is extended to Mr. and !Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore, Prater and family of Jacksonville Academy

Service Station and Longhorn Cafe. 3/8 2t 3/15 :Mrs. W. A. Mosley, In the Mrs. Ernest Wells, Mrs. Ma- and attended the Learn a Profession In Your Glass Company
To be used as: Mobile {Home Park. death of their brother, Cecil mie Lou Edwards, and Mrs. Church of God with them.
f All Parties wishing to be heard must be presentat :Mosley of Samsula, on Saturday Drew Reddish attended the funeral Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne Spar. Tim.. Full or Port "Gloss For Every Purpose"

this time. NOTICEIn of :Mrs J. C. Adkins, and family, Mrs. Carolyn Tim. Store Fronts Mirrors

L. M. Gaines the Circuit Court, Judi- :Miss Esther Mason, of Jacksonville of Gainesville, last Thurs- Holmes and children:: of Starke 219 N,W. 10 th 378.2766 Tub Enclosures Showers

Chairman Zoning Board cial Circuit of Florida. In and sister, Mrs.Jack day. met Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mob- Furnitures Tops GlossReplaced

Merrill Edwards and for Bradford County. Thaggart, of Kissimmee, were :Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Roberts ley of Tampa, at Manatee

City Clerk, City of Starke In lie. Estate of ROBERT guests of Miss Arthurine Jr. and son arrivedin Springs State Park near Chief-

2/22 3t 3/8 ALEXIS GREEN, Deceased. Blanchard on Wednesday.Mrs. Jacksonville Friday from land for a family gettogetherfor El.ECTRICMotur NEW LOCATION

NOTICE TO CREDITORS : Paul Dinkins, Sr., returned Queensland, Australia where the weekend. Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville.
To all creditors and all home Friday after they have been making their Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest

persons having claims or demands spending two weeks with her home for the past 2 1/2 years. visited their aunt Mrs. Eula: Of Gainesville. Inc. 372.8191 -372-1102

NOTICEOF this resolution be published In against said estate. son-in-law and daughter, Mr, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tie, Hollingsworth and family at Repairing Rewinding

JOB OPENINGS the Bradford County Tele- You, and each of you, are !Mr. and !Mrs. Robert B. Fort White and their nephewand Hew And Used
hereby notified and and :Mrs. Horace Cox, ofWal- Keith and family and Mr. and niece Mr. and
Vacancies exist at the Florida graph, a newspaper of general requiredto do. Mrs. E. 2816 N.W 6th Ph. 372.8318
State Prison for the following circulation published in present any claims and !Mrs. Bruce Paine were all \V. Williams of Wellborn on
positions Bradford County demands which you, or either Lynn Boch spent last week- on hand to welcome them home Sunday afternoon. MOVERS Tiiissrur:
: Florida once -
end with his uncle and aunt,
of you, may have against and spent the day with themin
CORRECTIONAL;; OFFICER a week for four publications -
:Mr. and Mrs. I Griffis
Virgil a
the estate of Robert Alexis Jacksonville on Frida>'. Long Distonc. .
$250.40 the first to Moving
biweekly; 40 hour publication FOR/ SM.K
and of Palatka.
Green family Mr. and Mrs. Don POSTED SIGNS Treatedto *
deceased to the Fort :
Judgeof ,
work week; age 21; male no be at least thirty days priorto Storage Packing
; Friends of Mrs. John Bennett -
the said Court Bradford of Jacksonville and Mrs. withstand weather- 20tf each
A. *
experience date of said election.BE Crating Shipping
\ necessary.MEDICAL regret to learn that she C. Pearce $2.25 doz. Special ,
TECHMCIANS-! IT FURTHER RESOLVED County Courthouse, Bradford met Mr. and Mrs. price on Fre
5250.40 biweekly; 40 hour ; by said Board that u- Count, Florida, within six underwent surgery at St. \incent's --, Johnny Young, ofYAthens, Ga., larger quantities. Bradford Estimates Call
months from the date of the Hospital on Thursday at the home of Mrs. Pearce's County Telegraph.
I work week; age 21, male; experience pon said resolution being published Mr. and :Mrs.\ Randall Brad
first publication of this no- and sister-in-
necessary.Any as herein before required
I ley of Jacksonville, visited
qualified person inter- that proof of publication tice.Each their brother-in-law and sister -
ested may contact D.> E. Car- thereof shall be filed with claim or demand must !Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon
be in writing and must state
the board as required by law, MUSIC
and proof thereof entered up- the place of residence and ,,,.,. ,,,, ,,,, "., ,, ,, ,, ,,,,,,, Assembly Applicants Needed | Van Service, Inc.

I Florida on the minutes of this Board. post office address of the 3540 N.E. Woldo Rd. C'vill

claimant and must be swornto City of Lawtey; defining its At General Electric 372-4271 BALDWINPIANOS
by the claimant, his agent, territories and boundaries

I (OFFICIAL SEAL) or his attorney, or It will providing for Its Jurisdiction,; AUTO SALES SERVICE i ORGANS

NOTICE OF ELECTION::: RALPH P. BRYAN, become Each creditor void according shall deliver to law. powers and privileges; pro- Immediate opening for lI.rbt. BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE
WHEREAS viding effective date.It OF THE ARTISTS
on February 20, CHAIRIA.BO.RD: ;
sufficient of his claimto assembly Vr eduction
copies operator
A.D. 1973,written applications OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS : : :: 3/8 ,
enable the Court
asking that the Board of County BRADFORD COUNTY: one to each personal to repre-mall aLOUNr -
Commissioners of Bradford STATE OF FLORIDA sentative. NOTICE OF LEGISLATIONTO : .High dexterity and aptitude tor
County, Florida to hold local ATTEST MUSIC Co.
Dated March 6, A. D. 1973 assemblytork nil the
are re-
option election
under provis- GILBERT BROW:: Lucille l Harris Green ::: !Notice Is here givenof
ions of Chapter 567 1971 Florida CLERK TO quiremenl necessary. G'ville
Administratrix of the Last intention to apply to the Factory Authorised Shopping C.n.

Bob Statutes Blakewood was presentedby Chairmanof 3/1 4t 3/22 Will and Testament of, the 1973 Session of the Legislature No training, experience 01 par Pontiac 3725351Klriy'i
f Estate of Robert Alexis Green, for passage of an act alei- Parts-Service.
the Petition Committee of Deceased. relating to Bradford County; tlcular educatiftVal hachg*<>und 210 N. Main Gainesville. Fla.

ford the Starke County Jaycees, of Brad- :NOTICE First publication on March 8, creating the Bradford County required. 7. 8

L. K. Whitehead & Maj-: 1973. Historical Commission
WHEREAS, said Board referred ; pro- .Apply between the hours of 8 TRAILERS ...11. Hm
its and
Belle, his wife & Steve 3/8 4t 3/29 viding for membership
said application to the Whitehead has made Application the appointment of membersof A.M. and 4:30: P.M. Monday '.Mir' I Suffllfs, '"C.

Supervisor of Election, the to the Bradford County said Historical Commis- through Friday at the plant located
Honorable Jene\a :M. NOTICE Authorized Dealers
for the purpose of her deter-Flynn, Zoning Board for reclassification In The Circuit Court, Eighth sion; authorizing Count of on Highway 441, 12 miles For
of the property described Bradford and its Incorporated Evan.-Interth.m
mining whether or not the Judicial Circuit of Florida north of Gainesville
below from EA to In and For Bradford municipalities to con- 2920 N. E. Waldo Rd. &
signatures thereon were signatures County. Si.gl.r Heating
OR. tract with the Commission Gainesville
CIVIL ACTION I ;; 376-0691
of the registered voters :N: 1/2 of'E: 1/4 of SW prescribing the Commission's Sales-Service-Rentals Air Canditing Equip.
represented and In re: The Marriage of Gladys -
thereby, .
14est of Road in Section and duties includingthe
WHEREAS, on the 26th day Elaine Dixon White & powers ". Rentals as low as $4.30 per Accessories Supplies
South to issue and vali-
3, Township 6 Range
of DYS Elaine Dixon White day Hitch.r.Ins oIled
A. D. Wife
February 1973, the -Com
22 East. 13.63 Acres morel date revenue anticipation cer- Parts and Service
Board & Ernest Preston White General Electric .
of County Commissioners Hus- tificates providing an effect- plete P c.Veh. Service Dept
at less.This band -vsDefendant.. ; '
an adjourned
meetingmet Far All
In classification ive date.It .
change -
said and received the reportof Is subject to a public NO!NOTICE PROPERTYTO OF' SUIT- 3/8 An Equal Opportunity Employer dealer pan. Kountry Air* 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville. .
Supervisor of Election
hearing to be held on Tues- Shasta Aircraft Keystone
which report was filed : ERNEST PRESTON 378.8902
day March 27th at 7:30 PM
and to be copied In the min- -
in the Commissionroom
utes of the meeting of said ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -
at the Bradford County
Board held on the 26th day of that an action for Dis-
Court House at which time
February A. D. 1973, and solution of marriage has been
all Interested shall
WHEREAS, according to persons filed against you ERNEST r
be heard for or against the
said report the Hoard of PRESTON WRITE: and you are
County Commissioners of proposal Zoning ,Code as specified of Bradford In the required to serve a copy of Not by a long shot In fact, your rate" would be

Bradford County Florida, has County. your written defenses, tinny much higher, since each company would need
determined that said to it, on the plaintiffs attorney -
appllcan- its
JohnTorode Chairman
ton Is signed by more than whose name and address own power plants transmission lines sub stations
County Zoning is DUDLEY P. HARDY and personnel All
twenty-flve percent of the registered Board at a higher cost to \ou-

:voters.. of Bradford, 3/8 2t 3/15 Starke 114 North Walnut Street, because each utility would have fewer customers
'v>uiunj>, i lonaa. ana UIWLU- Florida 32091 and file to share the
the original with the / cost of the expensive facilities required -
fore It is the duty; of said clerk of

Board, under said Chapter the above styled court on or 1 to bring you ser\'ice,

567 to order a local option before April 5, 1972: other- So. who does
NOTICE OF LEGISLATIONTO wide a Judgement w control your utility rates'? In
election as required by said may be entered /
WHOM: IT MAY CON- against Florida it's the Puhlic Service
chapter. you for the relief Comm.ss.on. a
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT CERN: Notice Is hereby givenof demanded in the complaint A ; publicly elected body; whose rules and regulations -
RESOLVED by the Board of Intention to apply to the or petition. make
County' Commissioners of 1973 Session of the Legisla- WITNESS my hand and the J wasteful duplication unnecessary

Bradford County, Florida, In ture for passage of an act seal of said Court on Feb- # FPL encourage: : you to cask questions About

session duly assembled, at relating to Bradford County; ; urary 28, 1973. 1 "Wouldn't clcc.'triL'scr\. 'ice Rates, '
which five members were pre- creating the Bradford County Gilber S. BrownAs electricitycost Or Ent'ironmentalprotcc.'tion..
sent, the same being a majority Historical Commission; pro- Clerk of said Court anything: e/se/ ll\e beliei you desert' honest
less if
of the }members of said viding for.Its membership By: Beulah M. Moody there were straight/ortuird: timuen And ue
board, that a local option ele- the appointment of membersof As Deputy Clerk ;. if 1 try answer
ction is hereby ordered by said Historical Commission (Court Seal) > two companies your most )/ret/uem/y/ / asked questions pub.cAll /. /}'.

said Board, to decide: ; authorizing County of 3/8 4t 329NOTICE ( other ti ill rcceit'e personal/ replies.)Address/
( ) Whether Bradford and Its Incorporated '. competing instead '
a the sale of Intoxicating your questions to your local FPL Manager
liquors, wines, or municipalities to contract with t :
beer shall be prohibited or the Commission; authorizing OF LEGISLATIONTO of a monopoly 1 ?" Knotting what'/ concerns you helps/ m do
permitted In Bradford County and directing the School Boardof ollr job better
Florida,, and Bradford County, Florida CERN: Notice Is hereby giv-
(b) To decide also whether to convey "Old Court House" en of Intention to apply to

such sales If permitted by and lands thereon to said Historical the Session of the Florida You ask.
Legislature for of M
said election, shall be restricted Commission; pre- passage
scribing the Commission'spowers an act relating to the Cityof FPL
to sale by the package, as
Lawtey In Bradford County answers.
and duties Including .
defined In said Chapter 567,
Florida Statutes aforesaid. the power to Issue and valid- Florida; abolishing the

IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED ate revenue anticipation certificates present municipal governmentof
the City of Lawtey and to = =I )
that said election is hereby ordered ; providing an effect- establish ; I I
organize and
ive con-
to be held on April 3rd It date.3/8 stitute a municipality to be ".".6_,.., G.,<.......
A. D. 1973 and that of
a copy known and designated as the


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Q.tiligrapPag.8 u Voters Approve-

TELEGRAPH March 8, 1973
rvh1i Sewage SystemThe

Hilites/ CJ .
Keystone and poll the Council on whe-
Keystone Heights Council The vote was 117 for the ther to go ahead with the
\ got a go-ahead signal from proposal, and 78 against. The project or not, but results
the voters Tuesday when 60 195 ballots cast represented of this meeting were not knownat
By Linda Wharton Ph. 473-4907 or 4648 ri!' <{. \ per cent of those visiting the 55 per cent of the 336 regis- press time.

LEAGUEORGA..IZA110NAL .i polls In a special "advisory tered voters In the city. Fox said Wednesday morn-
election" voted In favor of Council Chairman Everett
; that he expected
KEYSTOlSIIRIl"E] CLUB ing approval -
proceeding with plans for a Fox announcedaspecialmeetIng -
by the Council, In view of
An organizational meet- INSTALLATIONThe I $1,267,000 sewage disposal to be held last night(Wed Tuesday's o.k. at the polls,
ing for the Keystone Heights plant. nesday to canvass the voteRetirernenl but that the go-ahead vote
Little League will be held Keystone Heights Shrine might be contingent upon the
March 8 at 7:30: p.m. in the Club will Install new officers From left: Connie! Tried, Linda Ruffini, city obtaining approval of a
Clay Electric Co-op confer- Friday, March 9, In the Key- federal grant from EPA (En-
Kathy Marshall, Robyn Wyman, and Mayor j
ence room. Y stone Woman's Club at 7 p.m. Starnvt. vironmental Protection Agency -
Boys eight through 12 years On hand for the occasionwill ).
old are eligible to play, with be the Illustrious Poten- A "I would have to give that
more details available at the tate, Wilfred C. Lyon, Jr., Mayor Sturnes Proclaims serious thought myself, if we
school. and the Divan of the Morocco ; couldn't get the grant," Fox
Parents only are urged to Temple In Jacksonville with Girl Scout Week In City 1 1f said "$1,267,000 is a lot of
attend this meeting.HAIRDRESSERS which the Keystone Heights money for a little town like
., Club Is affiliated. Keystone to have to pay back
MEET qt Retiring as Past PresidentIs Keystone Heights Mayor Ray Special thanks are given to without any outside help"
') i Buster Aiken with Richard Starnes has proclaimed March Mrs. Gloria Redfearn, Mrs. Fox believes that Tuesday'slight
Thirteen hairdressersfrom i : Murrhee presiding as President 10-17 as Girl Scout Week in Shirley Mohr and Mrs. Marge vote was an Indication
Hawthorne, Orange ..:cJGio.1I -" for the coming year. The Keystone Heights. lie calls Henschel for their fine workin there is little opposition to
Heights, Keystone, Waldo, -...;;.. following officers will also upon all the citizens to giveto organizing year's cook- the sewage proposal. "I be-
Johnson, and Melrose held be Installed: Chuck Rider, the Girl Scouts, now and ie sale. lieve that 95 per cent of those
their February meeting at '-J First Vice President; Gilbert throughout 1973, their con- The "Thinking Day" pro- opposed to the project went

Faye's Beauty Salon In Mel- Reed, Second Vice President; tinued Interest, cooperation, gram which was held at the to the polls," he said.
rose. n M -AV Bill Umphenour, Treasurer; and support so that Increas- Community Church on Feb. Concerning the proposed
Guest speakers for the me- \ &0.-.n' M JL.0...... :,Y. Scotty McLean, Secretary; ing numbers of girls may 22 was splendidly performedby purchase of the Keystone Water

eting were Trish Johnson, Bill German, Scribe.ST. share this program that ben- each troop. Cadette Troop Co., a recommended com-
president of Gainesville Na- Thelma Boltin efits all.Keystone. 190 opened the program witha Dinner Given panion project to the sewage
tional Hairdressers and Cos- Girl Scouting Is formal flag ceremony and system: Fox said that the
metoligists Association, and To EntertainAt WILLIAM'S NEWSOn really on the move, and Sat- talked about Girl Scouting in For Bill Morgan By DuPontA City had not heard from the
Hilda Cogdill of Gainesville. urday, March 10, 80 Girl the United States. Troop 83 owners in reply to the Coun-
Plans were made to attend Silver TeaThe Monday, March 12, there Scouts will join together once represented South Africa with cil's offer of $75,000 for the
the MICA. March meeting In will be a Day of Recollectionat again for their annual anti- Fran Turknett as their helper retirement dinner hon- some who could not attend, system. A recent appraisalset
Gainesville. Community Church Wo- Saint William's Church, litter campaign. This projectis working toward their oring Harry L. (Bill) Morgan, Sam Gardner presented Bill the value of the systemat
men will hold their annual Silver starting at 9:30 a.m. until 12 their way of thanking the "Songster Badge." They sanga Jr., was given by over 85 with a camera, a U. S. flag, close to $100,000 less sev-
COMMUNITY: ; CHURCHWOMEN Tea on March 16 from 2 noon. people of Keystone Heights for song in Swahill. Troop 21 DuPont associates, their two boxes of cigars, and some eral thousand needed for cur
: : Building. tor at St. Edward's In Starke, Cookie Sale. Once again the They sang songs and enjoyed Holiday Inn In Starke, Fri- ywine Room" in his home. The City already has an
The Women's Organizationhas The guest speaker, Miss will be the speaker. people of Keystone pulled together Italian cookies made by Mrs. day evening, March 2. Lau- Morgan was E. I. du Pont application in to the State
announced that there will Thelma A. Boltin, is recog- Ladles from Starke, Haw- to make Girl Scoutinga Richard Abies. The Brownie rice and Sid Jackson and Mary de !Nemours; & Company's old- for funds to use for preliminary -
be a Rummage Sale on April nized as the outstanding authority thorne, Interlachen and Pala- huge success. The cleanup Troop, with the leadershipof and Bill Siprelle from Hum est employee, from point of planning In preparationto
17 with Mrs. Kenneth Reighardand on Folk Lore and Folk tka parishes are Invited and campaign will begin at 10 a.m. Mrs. JoAnn Wyman and phreys Mining Co. In Folks- service, at the Florida plants applying for a Federal
Mrs. Kenneth Cooper and Music In the state and will expected to join this Lenten Saturday, followed by a cook- Mrs. Marge Henschel was the ton, Ga. attended the affair. lie was the first Du Pont grant.
chairmen. The time and place be entertaining at the Silver devotion. out at the City Park. highlight of the program, representing Other out-of-town guests were employee on the scene for the At a recent meeting, the
will be announced at a later Tea for the second consecu- Those attending are askedto the country of Mex- the A. D. Vincents (Dot and start of construction of the City's engineering firm said

tive year. bring their own sandwiches. Lions ico. Everyone watched while Doc) from Orange Park. Troll Ridge Plant in 1947. that the Federal gram picture .
date.All members are remindedto Miss Boltin was born In Coffee and dessert will be sup- Club each Brownie took a turn in One of the highlights of the He served many years as "Is hazy" at this time.
bring their tables and supplies Beaufort, S. C. but has lived plied by refreshment com- Stresses Need trying to break the Pinata evening was Ralph Bryan's; Office Manager, which posi-
to the Educational Building most of her life In Florida, mittee of St. William's Altar and to see some of them receive presentation of one of his tion he held at the time of
for the Silver Tea by In and around the Gaines- Society. For Eye WillsThe their first pin. inimitable poems, sprinkledwith his retirement the last day Robt. A. GauntRobert

Thursday March 15, from 10 ville area. She was employedfull The newest addition to Girl more than a little truth, of February.In .

to 12 noon.MORTAGE. time by the Stephen Fos- PERSONALS:< Keystone Heights Lions Scouting in this community Is but adequately disguised. J. above photo, Morgan (at A. Gaunt, 76, of Melrose -
ter Memorial Commission as Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ellis have Club held their monthly bus- the Senior Troop, under the C. Fogg emceed the program. left) Is being congratulated died Wednesday, Feb.
Director of Special Events In returned home after an exten- iness meeting on Feb. 26 with advisory of Mrs. Elaine Hen- Speakers Included S, L. Jack- by Manager Howell on his 28. in the Veterans Hospital at
: BURNING 1956. In July of 1968, she ded trip to Atlanta and Char- Clint Isaac of the University derson. These girls served son and Gordon Howell, Flo- more than 36 years of ser- Gainesville after a short illness
semi-retired from this po- lotte where City Lions Club In Gainesville refreshments at the ThinkingDay rida Plants Manager. Actingfor vice with the company lie was
they were judgesfor veteran of
There will be a mortage bur- sition but Is still employedby the friends and
a Camellia Show and as their main speaker. program. Membership present, World Wars I and II
enjoyed havingsen'ed
ning ceremony for the Key- the Stephen Foster Memorial other various social ac- Isaac stressed in his talk this troop Is still open to all K.E. HeskettKenneth in the !Navy.Surviving ; .
stone Heights Community
Commission as a con- the great need for Eye Wills girls who are Interested.
Church members on !March 11 sultant on special events. tivities. They also went southto for On March 11 services will are one daughter,
Lakeland for the Florida Foundation of Open House Mrs. H. G. Rosner
atwo-dayme- Lake-
at 1:30 p.m.After Miss Boltin has become a Eugene Heskett, 59,
the Blind Eye Bank at the be held at St. Anne's Epis- side Calif.
where ,
the regular service a Florida for her tale eting Jay presented a of Hall Lake Keystone ; one son, Robert
In near
legend Medical Center in Gainesville. copal Church at 10:30 a.m. Set March 14
A. Gaunt
and El
family picnic is planned on the speech program to Camellia Cajon, Calif.;
telling and folk music. She Is He stated that there are not commenorating Girl Scout Heights, died Wednesday, Feb.
grounds of the church. Each avid collector of Southern lovers. 28. Born in Kansas on April and two sisters, Mrs. Madge
The Thomas
an enough eyes to meet the demands Sunday. Rev. At New JailOpen
Mrs. Alice L. Metz
family is asked to provide a recipes, old fashioned bon- motherof only about 2o on hand Feamster will officiate. 9, 1913, He was a retired truck Sitton, Dupo, m., and Airs,
picnic lunch for their family nets, glass bottles and cos- Mrs.after II. L. Ownby extended, has returned needed for cornea! trans- Cadette Troop 190 Is plan- driver and a member of St. !Fern Rupert, Stockton, Calif.;
plus enough for one more per- tumes. In Gainesville an stay plants "Thirty thousand ning a "Mother Daughter"Tea house will be held at William's Catholic Church. and eight grandchildren

son. Attending the Silver Tea will from total recuperating December more people in the United on March 17 at St. Anne's the new Clay County jail on Surviving Is his wife, Louise Funeral services were heldat
be an afternoon well spent and 13.hip After surgery almost on five- States could see If there were Parish House from 3 to 4:30 Wednesday, March 14, from Flynn; f Heskettj; one son, Michael \ 10:30: a.m.Saturday Jones

DR. DAVIS GIVES enjoyed. Reservations for you weeks In Alachua General and enough eye wills on hand," p.m. Plans will be discussedfor 2 to 8 p.m., according to an Heskett, !National; City, :Memorial Chapel, Kej stone
PRESENTATION: and your friends may be made six weeks at I Hillhaven[ Convel- he said. a trip to Savannah, Ga. announcement by the office of Calif; three sisters, :Mrs Heights Interment was In the
AT TAMPA: MEETING with Mrs Michael Redfearn, escent Center Clint Isaac Is a candidatefor to visit the Juliette Gordon Clay County Sheriff Jennings Faye Bailey: Jacksonville; Melrose Cemtcr)'.
473-3288, in the mornings. getting home to Lions District Governorof Low birthplace. Murrhee. Mrs Hazel Hefton, Chicago,
Dr. and :Mrs. John E. Davis her own new apartment at the District 35 which The Cadette Troop is also The public Is Invited to see 111; and Mrs. Virginia WillIams -
have returned to their home ......."" ".." .".., ,,...,, ..",,,,, Vlstors C-wnbys Is are a welcome happy occasion.from ]10 the Northeast part of covers Flori- planning a skating party In the new $750,000 modern Jacksonville; and two IhE act lc.m&z.

on Lakevlew Drive, after attending til 12 da. The election will be held Gainesville for March 24 with structure, which provides grandchildren. I' '.. It" "
the Third Annual Pro- Vocational Rehabilitation a.m. and any time after in Clearwater at the Lions the prize money from the complete quarters for the she- Funeral services were heldat /j...'I.-f+t .
In )
4 the
I ject with Industry Training Institute Red:Mltchum, the not-agencies p.m.Sympathy is afternoon.extended to the Convention which will be held Foodless Food Sale which was riff's department on the first 4 p.m. Friday, :March 2, In .!'r.\, "\ -- !," ,.'
at The InternationalInn ed University of Florida personality family of Kenneth !Ileskett in May. held in January. floor; space for 84 adult pri- the Dewitt C. Jones Chapel, "" ",\(
Tampa sponsored by the on You week the the second floor Keystone Heights, with Father 1' c> "
was the banquet his this are reminded that If During Girl Scout soners on ; { 1 /
:MacDonald Training Center of speaker. Word passing past week. anyone is interested in donating leaders in Keystone will attend and a separate wing for juvenile James Cregan conducting. Interment Ii IT ,!!: 1.111//1., (
received from !
was Mr.
Tampa, and the Rehabilitation and Mrs. Louie Kyle, former your eyes: to the Florida a special meeting In offenders. was in Gadara Cemetery f// 1'I'/ !;' /1///
Services Administration, Department The complete report In book residents of Foundation for the Blind, Gainesville to discuss a Day Prisoners will be trans- Christian wake servicewas
of Health, Education form of Dr. Davis' currentre- lining In Torrance, Calif., now He you may contact any Lion Camp Program and the pos- ferred to the new jail on held in the Joiioi :fhnhel. "A 1.,11., i. ulwuym a vrliirlr.
and Welfare,Washington, D.C. search project on Voluntarismhas stated they are both doing member of the club In your sibility of establishing one In March 17. at 8 pm. Thursd.i. that seem to linvolve In the
I Dr. Davis gave the key pre- been released by the inter- well and in good health very con- area. our area. ra In."

sentation before the conference national Association of Rehabilitation sederlng they are both in their ..." .,". ".."..,. ",""," ,,,....,..
which included nationwide
.. Facilities.. Washrepresentatives f"",htl"'L
n. -- -
ofindustryaington> D.C. Jerry and Dolores Filmore -onnecncut and their four $5995,00
long with State children were recent guestsof Tiffany 8 Harvard
are new residents of Keystone
Mr. and Mrs. Bill
formerly of Jacksonville.They Jr. Mrs. Coburn Reynolds Is- Gainesville & 12,550
have two children In the Oleda's
Keystone School, Darrell and Roxanne Ketch arrived home 24 x 50 DOUBLIVAIDE
KeystoneState Janice. Dolores is affiliated urn'''
last Friday for a weekend \
with 24 60
McKay Realtors. visit with her family, Mr. X O
!Have the
you met Cecil SrI- and Mrs. Arthur Ketch. sl
Bank te's? They have recently builta )i'
c Mr. and Mrs. 11111 Bran- .
home on Lake Geneva nextto
non have returned from
:'olr, and :Mrs Bill Morgan. a
MEMBER F.D.I.C. few days business trip to Las

Alex Cardenas Is home Vegas where they attended an "Starke
recovering -
Pave the Way for Your from eye surgery attending Auto Accessory, Show. Also
representing: Roy
performed In Alachua General
"Special Something"A Hospital last week after an accident L. Bridges and Associateswas
Ithett Fox, formerly of
Hope to see out Aj
soon and hope you are you feeling Keystone, but now living inS M6BILHR1BU! !:
,( ?
) better, Alex. "I-.V
11 i I understand that Doyle Sib- ( .. Page 9))

'( r'I ley Is much better after being Ifwy) 21 op f \1(
in intensive care at the medi- E
I cal center for over a month. THEY NEVER Melrose Keystone Heights, Fla. I'
She has gone to visit her sis-
ter, Bobbie French, In ''
Americand"l ... '
Gulfport, !Miss as weather TOGETHERWEN Hwy. 100 I 'x-.r...
conditions there are better for Homedale by 9 lf

her. The family would also Starting Price I
like to thank everyone In Key- A-I dJ) c

stone for the many get-well $;595.00 ,y( ,
wishes she received while in -

the Mr.hospital.and Mrs. Dave Coburn 12x40 uN I \

-- 12.65 4.ti -

:: Trip? Wedding? Car? De- SALES SERVICE

n posit money regularly, in a savings JacksonvilleSATISFACTION

t account. it's the way to make that Palatka And

" dream come true. Interest rates?
Highest allowed by law.


BANK MO.V. Need 8-10-12 Wide Mobile Homes For Fish & Hunting Camps


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.11.'.. News Notes 'l --- -_ Keystone Hilites I

s By Helen EganCOMMUJl.1TY r I Ih (From Page 8)) fered to Germany some time
A in April where Barbara and
Alabama.Mr. their boys will Join him
PLANNING dence, may enjoy social, recreational and Mrs. Walter a later date.Herble .
Region IV of Florida Area and educational Greaves of High Ridge Estates -
M 1 Chapman and Ben
Planning Council on Aging services all of which at
pre- wG were pleased to haveas Tromel of Tampa and St. Petersburg
under -
the National Older Americans sent time they were told are their house guests, Mrs. weekend
Act, Is actlvltatlng non exlstant in this area. Greaves' brother, William E. guestsof
Its program which Included Transportation for the lone- Greene, and his fiancee from the Whartons. They were
Duval Nassau. Baker. St. ly to doctors and churchesand Princeton, Ill I.We I. former Camp Immokalee
Johns, Flagler, and Clay shopping Is a vital need; ya41y are, sorry to hear that Counselors and love to come
County opportunities for social plea- C. I:. Suter was hospitalizedlast back to Keystone.
In the Interest of Older Americans sures is vastly lacking froma week in the North Flo- Mike Adams, and family
and retired persons community angle but those rida Regional Hospital I, spent the day in Keystone with
In the Keystone and Lake Geneva more active older persons 2citiff: Gainesville. I'm sure he would Mike's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
area, two representa- who are members of the sev- be happy to hear from his Gordon Adams.
tives visited the AAR P Social eral AARP and Senior Citizens many friends in Keystone. Mr. and Mrs. Cordon Adams -
Club on Thursday March I 1. clubs and chapters pro- Mrs. Charlotte Gregory and spent the weekend recently -
and discussed the new program vide in a limited way for these I .. Mrs. Ruth Bishop would like in Tallahassee visit-
less fortunate fellowmen. to express appreciation for ing Nlta's sister, Mrs. A.
Area Manning's (.oalls "to Medical needs, doctors, and Rotarians Elect t.M the kindness shown to them D. Albrltton. While there they
provide a mechanism for enabling services of like nature are ryr in their sorrow, when their attended the grand openingof
existing community resources needed, and so this newly organized A brother and sister-in-law the Oaks Apartment Com-
and'services to be Regional Planning Mr. and Mrs. A. T. McGre- plex which was designed by
more responsive to special Council is being activated under Officers: See JudoNew gor, Pittsburgh, Pa. were overcome Adams and Hunter Architecture -
needs of the aging, and to Jacksonville Area,Inc. '" by gas fumes. Firm in Gainesville.
Initiate development of ser- which in turn is under con- h1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1',
vices and programs where tract to the Bureau on Ag- officers were elected club was entertained with an Smith honored Mr. and Mrs.E. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pang-
none are available." ing, Division of Family Ser by the Keystone Heights( Rotary exhibition of Judo staged by A. Rushton with a going- born of Jacksonville were
The AARP Social Club which vices of Dept. of Health and Club at its luncheon me- Lamar Lowery, sens!(instructor ', away dinner party at the down for a weekend recentlyfor
met In the Community Church Rehabilitation Services. eting last Friday. Pictured ) of the Melrose Judo Club ; Homestead Restaurant last a visit with their respective -
Annex bldg for their monthly Clay County with the above above are Mel Taylor, vice and three of the young judoists. Friday night with around 20 parents, :Mr. and !Mrs. Don
get-together enjoyed a social named counties was selectedas president; Paschall Carr In photo at right, Lane guests. Pangborn and Mr. and Mrs.
hour with other of their own a high priority area-"those president; and Tom Pellicer Lowery, 6, is preparing to William Reynolds Sr. left Quinton Cantrell.
peers, while getting acquainted having a high proportion of secretary-treasurer.. Tayloris throw his 9-year-old brother Saturday to make his homein
with the long-needed pro- older persons, who need help incumbent president of the Lantz, while Jackie Rowland St. Jude's Nursing Home
gram of the Older Ameri- in retaining their Indepen- club. The new officers will 11, and Instructor Lowery ob- Jacksonville I'm sure he DUPLICATE; BRIDGE
cans Act, passed back in 1966. dence, and those areas with be Installed in July. serve. All three young pupils Blue & Gold Banquet Held would be very happy to hear

The two representatives of sufficient resources of deve- Following the election, the have won numerous awards In from all his friends in Key- Winners of the duplicate bri-
the Community Planning lopment or expansion of ser- state judo competition. By Pack 575Cub stone and if you are up that dge game played Tuesday
Council were Miss Cathy vices- "thus Region IV, Stateof way, be sure and look him Feb. 20, at the Melrose Wom
Drompp and Joyce II. Blzot, Florida, has been designated QOOQOXtime XXXXXXXXXXXXX.1Women an's Club were: First, Mrs.W. .
David McLeod Mark
assistant coordinator of the as a priority planning a- Scout Pack 575 held Laurln up.Poor Wallyl And such beautiful J. Grouch and Mrs. P. T.
Division of Family Services. rea." (quote from brochure its annual Blue and Gold Ban- Nordmann, James Uabb, and weather for golf! Wally Hogue; Second, Miss Iva 11111-
This Initial visit to Keystone from Grant 056 of Older A- COMING EVENTS Golfers quet on Feb. 27 at the Com- Christopher Pellicerpre In Muhlhofer fell last Friday and yer and Mrs. It. P. Bogh; Tie

area was for these representatives mericans Act). March &- 12:30: p.m., Lions Complete Plans munity Heights.Church in Keystone which tended one they boy were kept a car falling broke his ankle and will be for Third, Mrs. Paley Boyd,
to learn what in a cast for six whole weeks.You'll .
Club !Mrs. John Strawn with Mrs.
Bldg. For Invitational If he ,
sideways as were a
From this recent Following the Invocation by
available services are now in meeting, have to take up some
Club Bob Clare and !Mrs. Steve
force. In reviewing the bro- Miss Drompp and Miss Bi- Fellowship of Keystone The ladies Rev. Stuart McCord, dinner wheel falling off. Mr. Stein- other sport besides golf till
]Heights( held their monthly Sashoff, Fourth, Mrs. Frank
monthly luncheon asked to hold the
zot will be was served buffet metz was
chures of the, organization of appointed and will style by recuperate, Wally.
(covered dish) invites all sen- business and luncheon "wheel" and the driverof you Cook and :Mrs W. F. \Mlson.
meet bimonthly: to discuss and mothers of Dens 2 and 3. on,
services, programs and resources ior meeting Thursday March 1 Sorry about the boo-boo I
folk ,
to enjoy the social "All need-
the we
develop an Area Plan and Cubmaster Paul Steinmetz car said Winners Thursday
to evening
(all an outgrowth of with around 30 ladles enjoy- made about Lynn Henderson
the White (House Conferenceon set priorities for Implementation fellowship and of these meetings, ing the lovely lunch servedby thanked Lillian Bannon and ed was "a nut to hold the receiving honors at the University Feb. 22, were : First, Mrs.W. .
Aging of November 1971), and funding the plan." under an the interesting program Gran Chesslngton and Faye Kay Mizell for decorating the wheel on. of Florida. She! received J. Grolick and Mrs. R. p.'ogh .
As pointed out this is auspices of the Clay hall, and the boys for the table Den 2 then presented a Va- \
these ladies learned that this a com- Electric REA and Greek. all the honors, but at ; Mrs. Paley
films of the Show with Charles Mi
has had and still needs decorations riety Auburn University Forgiveme Boyd and Mrs. Beth Turnkey
area munity program and each historic Fourteen girls participatedin ;
development of this zell the Mad Magician
all of the services as stated: community or area citizenry national service. a nine hole tournament that The meeting opened with the Riddles as and Jokes by Rob; L'nn'lA Third, :Mr. and Mrs. A. V.
"older who need helpin lighting of a candle and flag new fabric shop has o- Bannister; Fourth, !Mr, and
persons is needed to promote and fos- President Lester Sheets will day, with Mildred Sutton com- Durocher and Hobble Harris
retaining their indepen- ceremony, and a pledge of ; pened in Keystone right nextto Mrs W. II. Bartlett.
ter these aims and programsfor preside. Membership dues of ing in first with a low net Bean Monster by Gary
allegiance to the flag, led Jelly the florist The Winners Tuesday Feb. 27
shop. ,
their of 31. Second pro-
respective areas. $1 and a 25( charge at lunch place was won Kevin Bonner, Kent Gann, and Paul
by assistantden
March 19, time to be announced time to offset the by Rae Allen with 33. Von- Bannon and The Amazing prietors are Marilyn Coble were: First, !Mrs Roland
monthly Steinmetz Jr. -
COMING TO chief of Den 3 and John ;
a and Skip Hires.Lt. Bryan and Mrs C. V. Horne
later, has been arranged rental fee, is now payable. clle Ketch won low putts with Kreskln by Bobby ;
Mizell den chief of Den
2. Col. Alfred Watson and Second, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
through Rev. Thomas Newcomers 15 and Virginia Corey came in
and friends of Strickland.
TOWNS Feamster, of St. Anne Episcopal members are most welcome. close behind with 16 putts. I Honor guards were Jerry Lau- Mr. Steinmetz announcedthat family, Barbara Tom and Bob Pierce; Third, !Mrs. C. W.
rin ScottBannon Charles l\l-!
were in Keystone recently fora Hardy and Mrs. Francis
1 Church (Keystone The second meeting of the :Mae Uendenson's team with resigning Cub-
he as
Heights) for the first organ- Club Is Game Day, when mem- Zee Tolles, Kitty; Martin and zell,skit and Gary Bonner.A master was as he felt he could visit with Mr. and !Mrs. Al Mierlck; Fourth, Mrs. W. J.
izing meeting. It is being Rae Allen came In first in was presented by Den Watson. Alfred is to be trans- Grolick, and!Mrs. P.T.Hogue.
bers provide a wrapped gift 3 called "The Old Car." The not participate as much as
(reameriesAAAJ planned that those attending and play the favorite gameof the team Tournament with a boys, Scott Bannon, Jerry he would like because of his
bring a sandwich, and the bingofamily stylefol- score of 40 under par for 72 job. Jack Bannon agreed to
AB/\UI meeting time will be prior to lowed by a social hour with holes. Runner-up was Von- take over his duties.
lunch time or following lunch refreshments. Due to Clay clle Ketch's team with Fern Honor guests for the eve- SEE US FOR

Electric Annual meeting on Garber, Grace Hacker and ning were Rev. McCord; David
the regular Game Day, the Bernice \VorIey with 38 under Burkhalter, special investigator &ik
KEYSTONE MELROSE Club will meet on March 29 and feeling, these several Senior ; Bill Warren, Assistant V
at 1:30: In Lions Clubhouse. organizations and Clubs par.Plans were completed for Scoutmaster of Troop FOR A CHANGE

are actively endeavoring to the Eleventh Annual Ladles 105; and his wife Helen ,ALL KINDS. INCLUDINGRed
BUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S MELROSE COMMUNITY find the .means of helping people Invitational which will be held Mr. McCord told a story .
CHAPTER AARP function better through on Monday! and Tuesday, about a "Tiz Bottle," which SnoppewCatfish.. Scallops'Grouper I

President R. F. Simmonswill society's help, and becomingtoo March 26-27. was Interesting and funny. Oysters Frog legs
SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN call the covered dish busy to give any thoughtto There will be a chicken din- David Burkhalter gave a talk
luncheon members to orderon growing old. Here in these ner on :Monday night !March on "The Right and Wrong Lobsters Live crab
SLIMS p e HARDWARE March 15 at 12 noon, who groups one will find that fellowship 26. Social hour starting at 6 Way" of doing something, Swamp Cabbage
=: V' AND have come by 11:30: a.m. with that will enable folks p.m.lith dinner at 7 p.m. which Impressed the boys, and .
Fish -'N I. Stuff GAINTII their covered dish and enjoy to put aside their fears and All golfers participating in the Bill Warren spoke on "Scout- 1V
meeting others of their own enjoy together friendship tournament will enjoy the free ing" and the satisfaction it
Live! Bait A complete line of Hdw. peers, in social fellowship mong and with their own peers.a- dinner There will be a S2.50 gave him to work with the
Crlckeu.Shinne.Wom. BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS Mrs. Christine Crawford, charge to the membership and Scouts.
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Union Baseballers Win Over Scrapping: BHSA I

II.. ... \...../ I
Over W. Nassau JasperDale cold spot in the -- -.---_._- -- I
... .' .
third period Satur- 'I.. ""
Green pitched a one hit urday night 72."We're LB ..', I
Ing for Saturday nightto
shut out as Union day night against
County High off to an excellent give up 2 runs on six hits, : '
baseballers rolled 8-0 over start, with good pitching and walk two batters, and strike Ocala Forrest In
West Nassau Tuesday afternoon good hitting," says Lake But- out six batters. the finals of the Region ,, V ,
after beating Jasper Sat. ler Baseball Coach Frank Ya- Lake Butler made seven
nossy. "It helps to win that runs on an even seven hits. II Class AAA MAao a"AaT v" 0o 22 v"1 '$14 "k a n v" t

way." Dale Green led the hitting Basketball Tourna- 15 23 11 2 13 y25t ) q 0 awAOG tI
Keystone Tuesday, Green pitched I
a with ahome run, and a single 5 J2
one hitter, struck out 18 bat- going 2 of four hits. ment spelled a 64- %4. ) r i

ters and walked only one man "Dale Green Is a good ath- 46 defeat for the 1s r.
to first base.
lete," says Dukes. Bradford High five t
As a whole Lake Butler col- tI
"It's season thoughso
a young I
.....lected eight runs on seven hits. we have a long way to go," of Coach Mike Sex- I

Lose To G<.... three Fred Sirmones In the hitting was depart-two for concluded Dukes. ton. [

Keystone Heights lost its ment with two single base hits Lake Butler nine face first BUS basketballers endeda
initial dual track meet of the and one walk. Billy Ray Smith conference competition against 16-12 season In the small f
season to Green Cove Springs hit a double and in the pro- WilHston In Williston hard-to-ftnd town of Oviedo,
knocked in two for Friday night then the next
runs near Sanford after going
66 1/2 to 56 1/2 Tuesday at
the Indian clay oval In Key- LB.John Tuesday face Newberry at much farther In post season
stone. Woodley did the pitch- home at 7:30: p.m. play than probably anybody a 1 I f

The Indians won three of other than the players them- 'F r
five field events but the sprin- SEXTON PRAISES TEAMThe selves and Coach Sexton, .r. -
ters couldn't keep up the paceas expected. The Tornadoes i
they managed only three played Forrest a nip and 1.: T-i
first places in 10 running e- Bradford High School the tournament host, were tuck first half and were in :
vents. basketball team, during the very complimentary of our the ball game until the final

Todd Brannon was Key- last two weeks, won the Dis- team play and team conduct. two minutes, but were Th... are the Bradford Tornado who tur well, Curtiss Whit., Sheldon Hodg., David Me-
trict 5 Class 3-A champion- The only way this team could never able to overcome 0-
stone's only double winner, prized Grt.n Cove by winning the District Tournament
Million, Able Williams, Wayne Berry, Elva Ham-
taking the pole vault tieing ship and participated in the have topped their accomplish- cala's third period 22-8 ad-
then traveling to Regional and placing and Eddie Blaloek. Head Coach Mike
teammate Bill Ratllff in the Region II Tournament in O- ments this season would be to vantage. pton,
high jump. Brannon also placed viedo. We lost to Ocala For- play for the State champion- Bradford had beaten the runnr>up. They are from (l-r) Moloch) Henry, Sexton behind the trophies won this year.
{ second in the shot put rest in the finals of the Region ship this weekend in Jack host team, Oviedo 50-40 Vernon Barber, vaughn Golden, Donnle S..
I t and third in the discus throw. after beating Oviedo in sonville. Maybe next year they Friday night In the first throws Coelho himself
Other first place winners the semi-final round. can do just that let's hope round of Region II play.It scor- ette Guy eight. ner up in the Class 3A to take the game 50-40.
I'I for the Indians were Bobby I would just like for every- so.It was the Tornadoes, In ing eight charity points in Curtis White led the Tor- last year, and was beaten The second half Tornadoelead
Hurner, discus, a heave of one to know that your bas- has been a pleasure to that game, who picked upa the elho final five minutes. Co- nadoes with 14 points, six out by Martin County. ThisIs was never lower than
ended with five
112 feet; Gary Goetzman, a ketball team did an outstand- work with this group of young third period advantage after 12 field field goals and two free a completely new Ocala six points.It .
2:30.5 half mile; the mile ing job this season. They represented men. Their achievements and a close first half game. goals 22 and charity pointsfor throws. Alvaugh Golden, five, however, and Ocala was a slow moving defensive -
relay team (Lester Ketch, their school and progress through the year was Saturday's championshipgame points. Henry Brown the only Bradford man hit- forces think It may be bet- ball game. The slid-
Steve Byrd, Tom Struby, John their community in fine fash great. I'm proud to say I saw the Tornadoes scored 16 points and Ever- ting with any consistencyat ter than the 1972 crew. ing zone defense the Tornadoes -
Maxville) In 4:07.2: David ion. Everyone should be proudof was a part of their team and hang In there for a 10-11 all In the second half "They haven't put up was a tough screen
Hughes, 330-yard intermediate ; them. They representedtheir their accomnlishments. If first period and go even Girls Softball had 11 points, four field goals competition!" said played Coach Sexton any for the run and shot Lionsto
hurdles in 44.8; Hughes[ school both on and off there was a way to briefly with Forrest, 15-15, In the and three charity shots. just after his Tornadoes- break. Oviedo scored
also finished second in the the playing floor, in sucn a summarize this team and their second period, so they were Program Toll e Malachi Henry had sev- handed host Oviedo its third only three fast break buck-
120-yard high hurdles and long manner as to draw nothingbut efforts it would be simplyto down only one point, 25-26, en points for the Tornadoes; loss of the ets the entire game and
jump. the highest respect and say"They are all winners." at the half."We've Offered By Rec.The Abie Williams, Curtis White, night ousting season the Friday Lions never hit consistently from
praise from all people they Coach Mike Se ton got a real good Sheldon Hodge, and Donnie from the semi-finals the outside. Tornadoe defenders -
Next meet for the Indians came In contact with.The people chance to take it," said Recreation Departmentwill Sewell had four each. Region II Class 3A the made it rought on
will be the Palatka Invitational In Sanford, where we BUS Athletic Director David offer a Girls Softball BUS is basically a defen- The Tornadoes finals. Lions trying to drive inside,
this Saturday, March 10. stayed overnight, and Oviedo, Hurse at that point. Program this year. sive ball club, Sexton pointsout. by nine points spurted ahead playing tough aggressive de-
the Old t/mFJI But Ocala guard Greg Co- This is the same program There Is no blazing half began, forced as the second Lionsto fense.
1- elho, who handled the ball that it offered during last outside shooter and that 48- The Tornadoes also rack-
come to
with finesse and led Forr- summer. 33 third period deficit was then sank ed up a pile of fouls in
iralatka South ..-_ est with 22 points, 12 from The enthusiasm was sogreatit simply too much to overcome. game winning free throws the first half, and had Oviedo
\' the foul line, had other I- Is going to begin earlier Ocala Forrest will repre- been able to make Its free
/71 r: deas. Using a set shot this year In anticipation of sent Region n in the Class throws the Lions would have 1..
/11 DW.4'J1 >. I ,L from the left side about more participants. 3A state basketball tourna- Reg. Still Open ended the half ahead by five )
\ |8 feet out, he hit two quick Registration will beginr.March ment in Jacksonville at the For Junior or six points instead of by..
I Edges By GC ) :\ buckets to .put DZZ ala.-ahead ..: :12, and,, registration :Hcoleslum: this coming week-" Boys a slim one polnt20-19 margin
\ \ = ., 3025. Coelho collected 12 forms may' be picked up at end. Forrest will take a. Baseball Program Center Donnie Sewell led,
/ ,-- \. ./ ..- "' (' points in that third periodas the Pratt Street Center or 28-3 record into the state the Tornadoes with 22 points
'n Ocala outscored the cold the Recreation Office. play offs, having been beaten Registration is still eight field goals and three
BHS Runners Bradford bunch 22-8. To be eligible, a girl must only by Gainesville High for the Junior Boys Baseball open charity shots. Sewellgotmostof
"Every time the !go\em. The Tornadoes became aggressive be 10 years old before August Gainesville Buchholz, and Program for boys, ages 13- his points in close on
ment shifts little lo the left, trying to play catchup 1, and must not be 14 Daytona Seabreeze. 14. lay ups under the basket
the decimal point in tuxes basketball In the fourth before August 1. Coach Charlie Roberts will Registration forms may be after feeds from teammates
Bradford High thinclads vaulting an even 11 feet. and the national debt period and were down only Practice sessions are ten- be taking his second teamin picked up at the Recreation Including several assists from
j came so close" winning In runningeventsBltSplaces 13-16 In a better showing.But tatively scheduled to begin a row to the state tour- Department Office in the Old
a track meet last Friday In were: 100 yard dash Levy to the right.: Forrest made the free the first week In April. nament. Forrest was run- Armory. (See Page 11))
Starke against tough Palatka Lennon second, time 10:5 sec- - -
South and Green Cove after onds; Clark, third 10'8.
a controversial discus throw- 120 high hurdlesCauley,
Ing event gave the meet to third place, 17 seconds.
the Braves by two points. :Mile run-Mark !Hodges, 4
l The dispute came when Don- 53.3 minutes. AIR I ENGINEERS INC
nie Thomas, acording the records 440 yard dash Nat Mack, 52.5
kept of the event threw seconds for first place. (1-/
the discus 119'3" for would 330 yard intermediate hur-
have been second place.
But Green Cove coach
pro- (S.. Page 11))
tested that was for one of their
throwers. Because of the pro- DEALERKeep
test Donnie Thomas ended up
in fourth place but BUS still GolfersDrop
on top with Pete Puckett who

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Final score of the meet was
Palatka South 76,Bradford 74,
trailed by Green Cove with 40 >
points. The discus event might Dial Temperature That Most Pleases
not have helped BHS win but it You And
would have caused a tie for Bradford High golfers lost

first."It was unforutuate about the to two Orange matches Park over 154-158 the Tues-week, \Enjoy Springtime Comfort A II Year Long!

discus event, but If nothing day and to Clay High School
else it will bring the boys up Friday to put them on the
to win around conference time, losing side of a 4-5 recordso
says Bradford Coach Grover far to date.

Howard. Danny McKlnney as In the Select Your Central Heat And
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"I was highly pleased with rest of the matches was low
the meet. Pal atk a South didn't
scorer for BHS with a two-
expect that we would do that 38. Last Friday Complete Line
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Bradford runners will have shot a one-under-par 35.
another chance at Palatka Ed Watts was next In line
South Saturday at the Palatka with 39 strokes followed by
Jayvees Invitational hosted by Stan Reddish with 40 and Matt "PLANNING TO GROW WITH STARKE"We =
Palatka South.In .
Herres with 41 strokes. Otheron
this meet BHS will not be the BUS team were Bruce
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I shared Tin Crews the place and of Tim top scorer Clark nado match 35.This golfers.as he shot In the a oneunderpar Clay High Sheet Metal Shop. Come In And Look Around Ask For A ,

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eight.In Ed Watts was next in the .
the field events Jimmy top four with three-over-par
oJ Cauley took second place in the 39, followed by Terry Galnes
-** high jump with a leap of 5'8". with 41 strokes. Matt Her res /
Kim Clark didn't place but shot a 44 as the No. 4 man WON ? BE SHORT TIMERS WE ARE HERE TO STAY AND WE THANK 4 J
jumped 5'41n the meet. for BHS.
Tim Clark placed first In the Bruce Tucker, while or OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS IN THIS AREA FOR MAKING OUR Ios-
& long jump leaping 19-111/4 In practice rounds, shot a 42
feet.Leroy Stan Reddish 46, and Bobby SUCCESS POSSIBLE
Davis In a surprise Patterson a 50.
performance took first placein Terry Gaines is very capa-
the shot put event with a ble of shooting in the 30's,"
distance of 42'2 feet. Gary says Hurse. 301 South
Wallace and Donnie Thomas "They are going to haveto Office Phone 964-8041
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I Keystone High Golfers Basketball

Bombed TwiceOpponents

Win Two Over WeekKeystone (From Page 10))
too that
have slapped making many errors FLORIDA THEATRESTARKE
Coach Steve Bu-
Bradford pitching all over the hurt says Williams. .
field and Tornado baseballers shore. High golfers reg- day and Tuesday with wins The 152 team total is one wing man
have been error prone In their Bombing Bradford pitchingthe istered their second and third over Buchholz 152-159 and of the best efforts Williams passed up several FLA.
first two both Buchholz Bobcats racked victories of the season FrI- Lake City 161-172. an posted by good shots of his own to
games losses area high school this
sea- under the
feed the ball
13-1 toBuchholz of Gainesville starter Tommy Wise for eight The golf clubs record is son. PHONE 964.5451FRIDAYSATURDAY
and 12-3 to Pal atk a South. hits and receiver Hal Edwards Registration For 32.The ket for a surer shet.
tuck mat-
hits In two Innings. triumph Buchholzwas It was a nip
"They're just for four over
getting too I
Bantam Baseball l Keystone will attempt to ter the first half the first MARCH 9-10
many hits off us, plus we're Bradford's two hits were a particularly sweet because show with BHS ahead
Buchholz ending
the Gainesville team that their good quarter
BHS Track. double by Gary Melvin that Is Now Open was undefeated with seven scores weren't an accident!)by 12-9 with the scoring divided DOUBLE FEATURE
drove In the lone Tornadorun wins and no losses. Playedat traveling to Gainesville fora evenly. Malachl Henry scored
and a single by Hal Ed- the KH Country Club the return at the Ironwood Golf two baskets Alvaughn Golden ANGELA LANSBUH DAVID) TUF4LINBON
(From Pag 10)) wards. Registration for the Ban- Indians' Bret Cole led the Course today (Thursday two and Donnie Sewell hit on ii
Winning pitcher Leach of tam Boys Baseball Programis assault by firing an even par March 8)). The Indians host a lay up and two free throws for -" ,
dies first place, Larry Sherman Buchholz allowed Just the two open and boys ages 10, 36. He was followed by Bobby Baker County High School Friday the 12 points. -. SOU'li,0r" +
; second Jimmy Cauley, hits fanned four and walked 11, and 12 may sign up at Hayes' 37, Jack Johnson 39, March 9, at theKHCountry Oviedo outplayed the Torn- "f ).'\ .
44.3 seconds. only two.Against. the Pratt Street Recreation and Larry Turknett 40. Club. The clubs will tee adoes under the boards the rOIl''' t5 l \ .. UllrJIfITCHED ?/
880 yard run, third place, Palatka South here Center.To off at 3 p.m. first half getting rebounds and .
Paul Parsons 207.5: minutes. Tuesday itwas the same story. be eligible a boy must putting the ball back up for ..';ry. .J;.. ."
--220 yard dash second place Eddie Hazen started his first turn 10 years of age before baskets as referees called \ .. ). .
second place Crews 23.9 se- game on the mound for BUS August 1 I. and must not turn BHS LiffeTo >rs 3rd fouls on BUS. The Tornadoeshad -I. ".
conds fourth place Tommy allowing nine hits strikingout 13 before August 1. lie must six team fouls and Oviedowas T; I I Ii.
Reddish 24.2 seconds. four and walking four.Errors also be covered by some typeof ; getting on-andone charity .) '.. I
Sprint medley: relayfirst hurt Hazen's first per- medical Insurance in case GUS astside shots midway the first period. WALT DISMLYPRIhUClmk, ;:
place team- Crews Lennon, formance, said Coach Bush- of injury. Sewell opened the second ;. .;;'f:. ; G..l! : ....
Reddish and Clark. ore, who credits the BHS pit- Practice sessions will begin period with a 15 jump shot to : ,'. ," ." :,, : 'I. 11'1 l-r-r'l I I' 1,1'11'l.1J; ..1
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Chuck Norton was the best the 123 pound class with : l..2I8iJ ,
Mile relay- second place cher with "not that bad a Monday March 26, from a pugh the BHS lead to 14-8. :.r..J : ....i. .
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5 p.m. until 6:30: Ses- performer for Bradford last total lift of 440 pounds. rash Tornado fouls Y U,1NICOLDR' :
teamSherman, Cauley, Parsons job In his first start. p.m. Then the ..... r
Carl Ilunslnger. Three BUS sions will be held each Monday Thursday In a weight lifting In the rest of the classes continued but Oviedo could I Il t te
got four hits in a big match against Gainesville BUS took third place in all.
Tuesday Thursday and hit but two of triesto
of those mentioned in the mile on seven
second inning which saw two High School and Eastslde at Tim Crews li
Friday. took third in A \ :/ sl
close the gap to 14-10. T nr (
relay team are distance runners runs .
score on a triple by The league will begin Eastslde High School in the 132 pound class with a ..
games lay-upbyCarltonBru-
and the other Inter- Melvin driving f6i jr101lD.1
a and .
singles Hal
by total \
Gainesville. /
of 515 pounds Stuart .
mediate hurdler, the.first week in May and ndidge, his only two points of :
according to Edwards
Kllby and Norton the ,
was only personto Strickland grabbed third in
Howard. should end around the first the night closed the BHS lead ; t'
Tommy Wise. week in Julv.ED'S place first In a weight the 148 pound class, and Don- down to 14-12. i PCTUHFOFr
class while lifting in the 198 nie Neel helped BHS in the Leon Cobb Oviedo's leading '' <"' if' /! / TII!: ,1 ..",.J/ '
pound class. Norton lifted a heavy weights bringing home scorer with 13 points was the \<'!: .. ';.1' :: '" H.
total of 660 pounds of the third place with a total of spark that closed that gap as .. : ; ./ ,, ,' :;'A' f
GULF SERVICEU. three lifts; clean and jerk, 590 pounds. the half ended. He sunk a lay _:.:::i ::7 '-'" tIH
press and bench press. "Our heavy weights didn't
and was fouled making goodon
S. 301 North By Farmers Market Bradford High trailed In the come through like I expected" up th three point score to put ______ iAiAL/ mSfiEY! UC.r 41:1 S ,EF f'STII'vr
three with 15
way meet points. says lifting Coach Butch Red Oviedo ahead 17-15. .
Gainesville High with 28 ding. rO ;-- ,', (, -.,...
Phone 964-8106 won :: >''''''-''.'.' .
Able Williams ,
fed Sewell fora f. .. ,
points and Eastslde was sec- "GHS beat our heavy weightsand 0 0 .. .. {
Now Has An Expert Repairman For Major ond with 20. Eastslde beat our light shot seven to knot foot the shot from the left '-;"'I.-'-" ", i .......-. ..
score at 17-17 '
Two other lifters from weights, giving us hardly any and -
Bradford took second first places commented Alvaughn Golden stole the
placesin ....
And Minor Repairs On Volkswagons Along their individual classes. Redding. ball and went for a lay-up to IICHNICUIQA : "
Brad Carter lifted a total Results of the meet this put BUS up 19-17. But a foul
With of 665 pounds for second placein past Wednesday will be In a was called on Able Williamsas
Regular Repair Work the 181 pound class while later edition The Telegraph. he fought for a rebound and
Kevin Meng did the same In They met North Marion at Oviedo's C'lennie: Patterson'made 't4DVfeNTUI1S"
home. one of two free shots to .! tA
make It 19-18. Then Cobb hit '
GARAGEKNOWS HOW TO PROVIDE on a last second shot from the
corner to send Oviedo out for IN
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE; ON ANY the intermission ahead 20-19.
Getting on the boards much
VOLKSWAGON. BAIT & TACKLE SHOPN. better in the third period con- SAND
tuning to display the tough zone
Avenue Starke Fla. defense and with their field
Temple ,
goals falling ink the Tornadoes A RAINBOW
THOUSANDS[ OF surged ahead, scoring 11 points ADVENTURE FILM'i
whild holding Oviedo to a single PRODUCED ..
l .:l BASS LURES basket a driving lay up by BY JOSEF SHAf TEL .1 t": ..Iff", ': 't (.4 J
.' Cobb. T000-AO 35
It was during l the third r
period that the foul situation Qi
f ALL KINDS OF r1f; (- began to even out with Oviedo ...... : ,ry i
beginning to draw its share. ..J t(. b
i BASS (Plastic) WORMS :
The Tornadoes went into the "
final period leading 30-22. i .: : : .
.. irsslsr11111i Green Stamps Given On All Gas Purchases Donnie Sewell was fouled on 51r'/ *: .
the tip-off and hit a charity .
; l'
r rt.
shot to make it 31-22. Able
Williams rebounded and hit ,{!--
on a short jumper to make it /STARRING
33-22 one of the widest Tor- Peter Seller "y JT .4)i:
1 I INTRODUCTORY TUNEUP AND MAINTENANCE Reed Fishing Poles nado margins of the game. Fealuring iJ. tp r .
Score by Quartet (Fiona Fullerlon W1vr'S tea
SPECIAL; $18.75THIS From 12ft. To 20ft. BUS 09 10 7 11 11\2 20o 1840- o"Allti' 9 t 11 / '"

WEEK ONLY "We Sell Fishing Licenses" ber BHSWilliams 1-0-2 White 3-0-6 2-1-5, Bar-Hen- \ .,

ry 2-2-8 Golden 3-4-10,Sew-
all 8.3.19, Totals 19-12-50 -1'"
-- -------------- ------------ - ------------ -- - - ------------------ 1J, "" ,
OviedoAllen306Brund- Its unforgettable fun for adults and children alike as
.. idge 1-0-2 Patterson 3-3-9 the world's third best selling novel explodes to life...
McCall 0-3-3, Cobb 6-1-13

Gooch 1-1-3 Rhodes 124. Sun., Mon., Tues., March 11. 12. 13

Totals Though 15-10-40.Its season ended ADMISSION

Saturday night Bradford Adult $1.50 All Children 75c
Coach Mike Sexton: was most
proud of his 1973 basketballteam. SHOWTIME

5A "These. kids conducted Sunday At 3-5-7-9

themselves in the greatestof Mon. & Tues. 7-9
fashion" Sexton sacs of
the Holiday Inn In Sanford Product of s: American National Enterprises Inc. C
where the team staged Friday -
night complimented the
Bradford County contingent.
"I'm proud them.They'rea
fine bunch," Coach Sexton: ;
added.It 301 DRIVE-!?! '
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MARCH 9 & 10 was a made over BHS ,.
team which ended the 1973 STARKE FLA.
season In much finer fashion .
OFF TIRE than anyone looked for. SHOW STARTA T 7.00
10 % REG. PRICE OF EVERY The starting guard and play- CLOSED ON TUTS!: WIID: THIIRS./
maker for two years, Willie
(While Quantity Last) Newsome graduated at mid-
term and another starter FRIDAY-SATURDAY MARCH 9-10

Closeout On Excellent Quality Tires quit the forced as Tornadoe squad.It well changes. as five personnel.The in was tactics -a. DOUBLE FEA T W F '

run and shoot type club which From

SUPREME 4 & 2 BELTED SUPREME 4 PLY POLYESTER used defense.primarily The a last man-to-man half of the Master

. 775.15---------------- 26.00 & 2.16 Fet. the season it became a deliberate y. ....
F78-14 31.72 & 2.37 Fet. type of club offensively i.i ALFRED of Shock...

G78.14-------- ,i5.23&2.53Fet. 825-15 - - - - 28.00 & 2.37 Fet. and Sexton taught his '(to; })
\ (HITCHCOCK'S A Shocking
F78.15------------- 32.15 &. 2. 12 Fet. charges a zone defense, a I'

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L7S-15 - -.36.27 & 3.13 Fet. surprisingly came on strongin y. Un"n rlPP
the last two weeks of the pri.{< H Hitchcock
----- II winning over
--- regular season REI1
L_ N FREE 1 ., Buchholz Live Oak and Ocala
fRONTEND < Vanguard. During that period
FARM they lost ony to Ocala For- ntra.
I rest 37-42 the team that
MOUNTING ALIGNMENT beat them out In the regional *
AND play offs. scream
In the district play offs you hear maybe
AND in Green Cove Springs the CLINT EASTWOOD
9.50 !
Tornadoes edged 45-44 past
TIRES the host Blue Devils to win
TRUCso the District 5 title. They r
Off 1 Or More
BALANCINGWITH With Purchase bet Palatka South 40-38
in overtime In the first roundof : f. i 'T
the district.
TIRES Then the Tornadoes easily
/ EACHPURCHASE handled Oviedo in the first

I 10 % round,ofhe regional playoffs .
8.50 ...an lmlfaffonrofermr..,.

' OFF Maufaeturad And Teetad To Meet Our High \\_ ___ Score by Quarters: FOR ME" A 'VERSAL.I.4ALPASO, COMPANY
. Standard Of Quality And Performance WhileThere BHS-) 15 8 13 46 'TtCRI
I> No One Sytten Of Quality Stand.rd.Or -- OF-1115 22 16 64 P'.TEW.' TEtHN'COlOR''! r .
Grading Uaed By AU MFOS.
BHSWilliams 2-0-4 Bar- SundayMonday March 11, 12
ber 1-0-2 White 6-2-14 Hen-
ry 3-1-7, Golden 4-3-11.lIodge We A Family

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.., .. I ;, ; : : : : !11 County

I '. 11111111"A ,' : ,: : : : : i \-iii: :.:c I H, .'0... """" .-rt". :t\/o..\ ",.. :::'
", ., ,' : ..:.1: '\ I '.' :..;' i
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'/ 1 No ehookBY"

automobiles and rubble left by torn
of Is Joy y
thing beauty a
down burned buildings all
forever." --John Keats (Ode to ,
clearly In violation of the ordin-
A Grecian Urn).
ance giving the city power to "com- Bobby
pel the abatement and removal of j
and an empty beer can
all nuisances within the said cityor

destroy it all. upon the property owned by the Taylor
L '
city beyond Its limits at the expense d ..
There Is much of beauty In
of the person or persons causingthe
Starke this springtime, and per-
same or the owner or occupant if Good weather conditions for
haps we will be roundly criticizedfor 1 {
of the ground or promises w
these plea- the last several days have allowed
not picturing more '
whereon the same may be, .
sant scenes, rather than the eye- a lot of folks to get out
into fields gardens and lawns.
sores we have chosen to illustratethis
editorial.Be I have recleved numerous
E Sr If the City needs any more powerI.Iris calls for soil samplesferti

assured, patient readers, than that to enforce a clean-up of \: & lizer and variety recommendations -
that in depicting the seamy side of these disgraceful conditions, we and when and how to

the local scene we are not attempting don't know what it could be. Ap- !i plant vegetables ornamentals

to hold Starke up to scorn parently, the only thing lacking is : arid fruit trees.

and ridicule-- we are simply try- the will to enforce the ordinanceson L.-, TMY These requests, especially
ing to see ourselves as others see the books. Abandoned buildings l the ones for our garden CIr-

us, and hope that by taking a cold, could likewise be ordered razedas cular 104, indicate that we
hard look at some of the deplor- nuisance to
a Injurious health :
::: will have a lot of gardensthis
conditions surrounding us, we 'which certainly
able welfare and safety, -
may Inspire those responsible for they are. No wonder that new :::; Twelve members of the ophone Quartet. spring. Fresh vegetablesfrom
Bradford the garden provide
High School Band
the offending scenes to do some- shopping centers are springing up 2nd row l-r). Jim Frampton of the best nutritious eating
won superior ratings at the
If then the City Band
thing about it. when such conditions are permittedto
District Colo and Ensemble Susan Faulkner Robyn that you can enjoy. This is
should take action. offend the and threaten the
eye Tlnsler and Lillie
Contest held last Brock especially good since
Saturday at many
businessmanIn safety of shoppers in the Call Street Members Eastside High School In members of the Brass Quar- folks are beginning to com-
We are told by a area. .
the neighborhood that we'd be Gainesville.The tet.3rd plain about the cost of food.

surprised at the number of tour- Tourist Attraction ((2)) on E. Call Street. We are becoming weary of hear- Win row (l-r): Kathy Casey Even though our food costs
ists who stop on East Call Streetto ing the alibi that the City doesn'thave outstanding young mu- Mark Hardenbrook, San-
are higher food is still the
azaleas are pictured above: di Morgan, and Anita Green.
photograph-- not our the power to clean itself up, best bargain we have. Inflation -
and flowering dogwood-- but the when such powers are clearly stat- 'Superior' Sandi and Anita won super- and have
that are worse 1st row Q-r): Perry Bryan ior In baton twirling higher wages
dilapidated buildings ed in the existing code. If thereIs competition enabled us to spend even less
than anything ever Imagined for a any doubt about validity of the Jimmy Brownlee Forrest and Mark as accom-
of our Income for food than
television or movie setting of a SpringtimeIn present ordinances then the Coun- Blankenshlp and Glenn Mul- panist of the Sax Quartet on
did 20
llns. members of the Sax- we years ago.
town. Can't just bongo drums.
western ghost you cil should rise to the occasion and

Imagine the tourist going back home enact new ordinances that will take :::: Most folks readily blame
and saying "Hey[ look--- I took care of the situation. ,:;::::::::::;::::;;o:;:; ;.::::,:::::::;:;::::-.::;:;:::::;:::;:;::::::*:::::;:::;:::;:::::::::::::::::::;:::;:.:.{::KJK::::*!****:*:*:*:*:**':*:*::"*:*:**:*::X::::::XJ::::**:*:I*!*:M:::::***:":* the farmer or producer for

these shots in Starke Fla., the the higher prices for food and

Strawberry Capital of the World! If neighboring Keystone Heightscan few realize that the farmer

Great publicity isn't it? It would do itand the City there has only gets a small increase

take a lot of Chamber of Com- condemned buildings not half as unsightly when there Is a big increasein
r.sMAuthe Editor
merce advertising to offset the and dangerous as some of the Letters to retail prices. For example -

Image created by those photographs. Starke ones on Call Street then Starke can the broiler price receivedby

do the same. If we continue to be the grower In February of

The other scenes are just as told "we can't" then it might 1972 was 13.5(! per pound.

Inexcusablebeer cans, strewn behoove the voters to find out just Wholesale prices at the same

garbage towering weeks abandoned why "we can't." time were between 27C and

30C per pound. Retail prices

Editor Telegraph: and bottle to them than the Brooklyn were between 30C and 33C

of te- Bridge! At the February 27 per pound.

I have been keeping up older friend Zone Meeting two remarks
all the editorials and the for them were below the belt: Classifying In February of 1973, grower -

both pro and con on the could beat all mobile home sales prices were 19.4C per

est Bradford County to the offices as "a mess," and pound, wholesale prices were

POTATO." I am train won. also attempting to compare about 35-380 per pound and

to the up-coming left their this luxury type mobile home retail prices jumped to 39C

lectlon. took the development with a crude to 59tf per pound. You can

J v anightout development on another lake. see that the grower tecelved
{. ,; I think that the so- broke their I also think the lakers are"Cr'lng only 6(5( per pound Increase

.. ,: .. '.. .i' "-".: .. ',.If.. :.. ./.'". ... "king pins" and the because he ; Wolf" prematurely; whereas the wholesaler received -
,..," 0/' "'... .. --'" !- should be commended to eat. when ;you consider the sewage an increase of about
t-: ; ( L.r: r r .;;:. 7 to 9tf pound but the
.: y intelligent and courteous disposal plant has to be OK'd per
*i< **.... .tt.l.toC: -Tvs'too. in which the petition for a wet by the State. It is as if I retailer's Increase jumped an
..t ....... p. ;. ner
.. .. .
., -: w t Ion or of about 18C! pound.
_:-''' ..... .. .:I! '" + handled. They didn't complain if my neighbor buysa average per I
.- ,'- ",.-.-:...""'... .. :-... :' -' shame or pressure ones who new prestige name car, In I hope that all aspects of the \
." -.;..,. ,... \'I'JS.. ..".. .. some factions are doing. It goes on case of a defect I might be increase in food prices are
_-. -.'. .., :.1;;' ,-... .J cut it in my killed by it, jet I blithely considered when folks com 1

'II If anyone has a reason ? tour around in an old 1963 plain about food costs.

being against liquor I
10 'b r, ; .. ,, I KNOW exactly what it Mathews For early; spring forage pro-

:do to people.. However I I think about Governor Wallace duction' from perennial' pastures -.
like; bahia and bermuda -
one am not against and 25,000 Vietnam
Remain Of Fire on E. Brownlee Street. Abandoned Cars Mar View IZED sale of : grass, fertilizer should I
on N. Temple Ave. liquor. Vets paraplegics, quadriplegics -
be applied as soon as the
with wheelchair lives
Beer Is already on followed dancer of frost is passed.
ahead of them, probably nev-
,,".I'ff In Bradford County. In regarding This is generally around the
11. I !Mobile\ er able to go boating on any; middle of :March Hopefully,
\ 11 opinion you can get
I have a lake. So how selfish can we have had soil test to
;you a
drunk from drinking
"., for C. A. be??? Just one person of determine the kinds and
t' '. can from drinking a-
j" you other 70 the 71 who signed the negative mounts of fertilizer and limeto

yt u uor. negative petition, could be a hero by use. Treating one third to

: of the opening up a better access half and the
I read one article one early, remainder -
small monetary value Board and parking for the lake thus a month to six weeks

J.r .. county would receive by I think Insuring them a permanentpass later might result in a more
1 S 'neasfpy past St. Peter. Some
wet. Now I ask you, open up even distribution of forage
small amount better than pocket- cynic will say "That's all quality and quantity.Summer ; .
I right for
Summers as he
at all? Especially since
: 4 aa !MANY\ doesn't own lake property.1Ve11 ; annual grasses like

L'Y.f ', already have the THE !\. USE if someone will sell mea pearl millet and sorghum-
!! suitable access and park- Sudangrass hybrids can be
You home can! even get it ing plot as a reasonable- effectively; utilized in ;jour

at clg"I that many not inflated price I will forage program. These crops

are gladly turn around and donate can supply large quantities
Also it would be a lot
late, about it to Hampton Lake. It of good quality feed from lateMay
for the
? er ;young from would be nice to have "tours"of : to September Pearlmlllet -
': p "d .ry buy liquor If it is when all
S ft t i"rtI. ,v than It Is from the Disabled Vets and/or un- seed may be In short sup-

that we already have. have been derpriviledged children enjoy ply this ;jear. I suggest that
tanks for Hampton Lake on a hot ;you order or book ;jour seedas
Sincere lake. They summer day. In other words soon as possible.

Junk Behind Building on W. Brownlee Str..t. Scene At Unused Garage on Highway 16 East. Wayne about let us hope Hampton Lake
Starke house- residents will consider what The Bradford-tnlon Cattle-

I men- they might do for others, rather man's Association is spon-
4-11 and FFA" Steer
than trying; for an exclusive soring a
AUGHT AS WELL??? ), I was use of the State lake Show and Sale at the BradfordC

/ .. !\ I I \ ; later for themselves. :> :ty Fair on April 5th.
\ resident al- They are asking our total communities \-

r To The Editor: float- William Summers for financial assist-

ance to make this Important
7/ Since the Issue of a )
: t activity success. It is not
'I.. election has come up a bring New Forester their Intention to conflict with
citizens have said they all lakers Chamber of Commerce
..!, .1" &: it.. .J our
ht. .. :: as well vote wet "because of Begins WorkIn sponsored Calf-Scramble held
? is sold all over Con-
quor in October of each }ear. Callus
{ County anyway; to check BradfordJohn if ;you have any questionsor

; lake so comments about this activity -
I wonder when they; will then they O'Meara: has been app ; .
ask the Chamber of and
to every i'1tad as the new County Forester -

merce to get a couple of for sep- Bradford County, re-

/iA3Yp ; strut.t '. ,.... .:-.t ::....... 4't.. :- .......... .,, !y. II, empty stores shops to open on In!Main\some of see when dis- plislngMien has:'wen transferred Tarleton by, who the HollidayVote

-- .1 S.tPl Maybe a house of contamina- Division of Forestry to the Bake -
L .:z. .. Al- SuitDismissed
_. g:, = !. between them >'-t'nlon County area.
.r happens ar1\vay"; another District Forester A. G. Mc-
,. w.": ;N/f 'J' ....
;.. make it easier for our C. liors!! of Gainesville in-

4f; ,......'" ..10.. ...... o., ..,.... :.j they could set up a for and If firmed. the County Commission -
J iJ near the high school access and by letter that O'Mearabe-
Abandoned Tractor and Wrecker Obscur. sale of drugs "because be legally gall work on his new assignment Mrs. Pat Holllday.s suit al-
loying that votes In the November
Neat Church. Where Building was Razed at Brownlee & Thom- are sold anyway"I on February 26. illsoffce General Election In Brad--
: Is in the Bradford Cou-
pson. wonder if these few are but ford County were "not properly -
or heartsick when they that some nty Agricultural Center. aid correctl}" counted was

a young man who has been of lake dismissed In Leon County

to death because he came or in- e Circuit Court last Friday by

Z drunk to beat his wife one of per- Probably a town can be Jude May Walker, for lack of

too many, or of the lonely If so,Lake they said to be In good shape if it specific'charges.

man burning alive exports more consultants than
passed out in bed with a saleable It Imports.miligF !Mrs Holliday, defeated can-
didate for the State Legislature -

from District 16, had declared -
In her bill of complaint
ORID4 c t'lat If the votes had been pro-

perly counted she would have
beau elected to the House
AC11Vf / pq rather Frank Williams.
N sttAteta y ( /
0 4 Named as defendants in the

e raqr0N suit were Williams and the

BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN: M. MILLER Bradford County Canvassing
Board former County Judge
T.A. Yawn Supervisor
of Elections
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, : Neva Flynn and then- "
Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. '
of the County Com-

Subscription rate in trade area;} $6 per year: 3.50 six months. mission George Roberta. '

Outside trade atea;_ $7 per year: $4.00 six months. Judge Walker dismissed

Phone 9(54-6305( Starke, Fla. the suit but gave the plaintiff
Trash and Garbage Clogs Ditch on Thomas. Broom Sedge Grows Tall on S. Thompson Street. 30 days In which to file sped-
Cc! charges.

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March 8, 1973 TELEGRAPH Peg 13



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Ford Tractors, service, and the dependable Ford line. dependable performance In
repair, visit the Hipp Ford Ford is a tractor that every kind of Job. RETAIL SERVICE CENTER I
Tractor Co., located for your Is well suited to performthe TV

convenience at Highway 441 many and varied heavy for additional tractor service Mickler's Wholesale & service. service They feature for home an Enjoy today's most advanced tors, ranges, window air recorders; also sales and
North In Gainesville, phone duty; tasks necessary in operating visit these reputable Meat Market at 137 Palm expert and also home pack color TV and black conditioners, and many other service on heating and air
373-3464. a successful farm. dealers, who are well quail- Valley Road, Ponte Vedra freezers and wrapping and white Motorola Television appliances for your selection conditioning, with expert insulation -
This tractor is suited to fled to give you the repair Beach, phone 285-5573, offers orders, cutting specifications. sets for televison excel- Their quality line of tele- service.
A wide selection of trac- every need and every kind service necessary for smooth quality, choice meats, and according to your lence at TV Service Centeron visions and appliances are Town & Country compllm-

tors, at low prices and high of Job. running, long running farm takes pleasure In providing choice- cuts Lawrence Boulevard, Keystone famous the world over, and ants the management of this

quality, is always availableA c.very neea and every budget equipment. their customers with special of Select fresh your meats of all kinds Heights,phone 4734651. they service what they sell. Mrm for presenting these

cuts. at this excellent market. Also featured here is Also found here are steroes, find products to the citizens
The management of this You will find meats purchased a complete line of GE Appliances cartridge players, and of our area.

popular market believes In here to be fresher, tastier such as refrlgera-
giving each customer personal noouri shing.
and more

bank Instills con- personal Interest in suit the officers of this bank, INC.the

fidence strong in a community, so each and every customer.Be who toward have the done develpment their best and KEYSTONE STATE BANKThe Stalllng's Corner Inc., located Service Is prompt and courteous finest lafeerved and
with The Citizens prepared to take advantageof of and the atmosphereis is of
why not grow deep of the commun- eight miles north where hospitality one
located at 1 West the opportunity offeredby interests modern concept of -.pies. Each savings account
Bank, ity. Each account is Insured Waldo on U.S. 301, phone pleasant. the features.
Macclenny Ave., In Macclenny this bank, by depositinga to $20,000 by the present day banking Includes is Insured up to $20,000 468-9461, features the very Meet your friends at the Why not get up a party
phone 2592911. reserve in this strong F.D.I.C.up Business Review dignified yet friendly customby F.D.I.C., and the officers best in drinks, and their Oasis Lounge, where every- for and evening of fun at
this institution. When contemplating creating goodwill of this bank have the faith is planned I Ifor ? You
Readers will find a recommends their full-ser er relationship ., Oasis Lounge, a favorite thing your the Oasis Lounge
friendly bank, providing all an Investment of any success in business, and gathering spot for this area convenience. When enjoyingan will find a warm welcome
vice facilities.
of the facilities and services kind, It Is advisable to con- banking better living. and confidence of their pat is attractively arranged for evening out, be sure to from the genial hosts.

Nowhere Is this better rons. the comfort of patrons. visit this club where only
exemplified than at the KeyTown & Country Review
highly recommends the ser-
stone State Bank in Keystone vices of this bank to all

I WILLIAMS FURNITURE AND APPLIANCESWilliams Heights, phone 473-4933. our readers, and suggest
this hsnrr
The policies of of that you drop In and open THE BANK OF ORANGE PARK
Furniture & Appliances beautiful furniture, Hot Point features the famous Carrier represent the account soon.
Is located at 38 appliances, Zenith and Packer banking an business princien Farmers and town residents applicants can assure them- Each account up to $20,000is
S. College in Macclenny phone Bell Home Entertainmentas with complete installation throughout the trade area selves of the soundness of insured by the Federal
259-3531. well as Congoleum Carpet service for commercial, industrial have learned over the yearsto the bank when they stopat Deposit Insurance Corp.
and vinyl floor covering with or residential uses. Bank of the modern facilities at
You may find an easy solu- depend on The This business review rec-
tion to furniture, appliances, Installation service. Town & Country readers recommendsthem and sug- MILL OUTLETMill Careless Orange Park as the strong Highway 17 in Orange Park, ommends that whatever your
air to our of the phone 264-7551. financial needs woulddo
carpet, and heating and financial right arm you
conditioning problems In one For your heating and air- gest you make use of the many Fabrics loca- growth and development of The wide range of ser- well to consult the friendly -
Outlet ,
stop here. They feature conditioning needs, Williams' services they otter ted at 1511 N.W. 6th In Gaines- Driving the area's economy. vices offered Include safety personnel at the Bank of
New depositors or loan deposit boxes, savings checking Orange Park.
ville, phone 378-8683, accounts, and loans.
everything for the seam- Defendant

stess, whether amateur or

I KENNETH COX MOBILE HOMES becomes professional.year. The more smart Home popular American sewing each AcquittedOne PRICE MOBILE HOME CENTER .

two-thirds on
Kenneth Cox Mobile Homes, all your mobile home!Beds, For woman saves making person In county non- Have you been looking fora Their mobile homes Include at low, low prices.
the young and for the her clothing bills by Jury trials Feb. 20 was found the single and the roomy Town & Country recommends
with two locations: at Mac- and can give you complete young at heart, there Is a her own clothes and the not guilty; by Judge Elzle San- mobile home to fit yourfamily's doublewides, with many dif- this mobile home dis-
needs but haven'tbeen
clenny Ave. in Macclenny, Information concerning finan mobile home for every bud- clothing for her family. ders in a short court session ferent all built for tributor for their fair and
and Highway 90 East In Lake cing. They Invite you to come able to find Just what styles; ,
get. Town & Country salutes Fabrics are not Just a which started at 9:30 a.m. practical and out- honest business dealings, and
City (phone 259-6642)ishead In and inspect America'sfinest this firm for bringing to sideline here, but their ONLY Tuesday. you want? standing value. suggest that you select your

quarters for 'all types of mobile homes at your our area these good buysIn business. They: bring to Jimmy R. Callahan pled not Price Mobile Home Center You are welcome to look mobile home from their lot.
mobile homes. leisure. mobile homes and for this 'area all that Is new of care-
guilty to the charge around inside these mobile You'll be glad you did.
has the mobile home
This firm has gualifled sales Live in elegance by purchasing keeping In mind and also feature
"qualityand In fabrics, less driving and was acquit- for at Highway 21 In homes at leisure. You will They also have a complete
representatives to aid in one of these delightful, In patterns you
practical mobile homes. economy. famous names ed by Sanders. Keystone Heights, phone 473- find here the best mobile service department.
ana"carry a complete stock The case of Kenneth Davis 3775. homes on today's market
of trims, notions, and charged with unlawful speed,
accessories to give your was continued until a later
garment that truly professional trial date.
I ODOMS' DEPARTMENT STOREEvery look. Alvin E. Tlsdale changedhis I
Drop by Mill Outlet Fabricsand plea of not guilty to guilty TURKEY CREEK RESTAURANTreturn
see their lovely displaysof to the charge of having no

trade area has one This is a friendly store In famous name brands, quality fabrics displayed for your valid driver's license and was You will find an extensive please you. often.Business .
department store that stand where the customer Is wel- ; style, and economy. selection. fined $36 or three days In variety of foods deliciously High recognition has been Review takes plea-
out as a favorite among come to browse around leIsurely Town & Country recom- Jail and driving while intox- prepared for your dining given this restaurant for Its sure In recommending this
style-conscious shoppers. while members of the mends a visit to this excelI icated and fined $151 or 20 excellence at Turkey Creek fine food and good serviceat fine restaurant and suggests

Such a store in this area sales staff consider It a plea- lent department store If you VET NEWS days in Jail and his driver's Restaurant on Highway 228, reasonable prices. Fora that you drop In the next
Is Odom's Department Store sure to help you make your are Interested In fine fashion, license revoked for 90 days. Macclenny, phone 2593948. place: that is friendly, time you are in Macclennyfor
located at 43 W.' Macclenny selections. No matter what attractive prices, and good Richard Leslie N.wmanwae The menu offers steaks, and a meal that is delicious, delicious food at reason-
Ave. In Macclenny, phone the size of your budget, you service. "Would your survivors know charged with careless driving chicken, country ham. and visit Turkey" Creek: Restaurant able prices.
2594115. will find the best values here what benefits they might he ana pled not guilty but was other fine foods, served to and you will want to
entitled to receive In the eventof found so by Sanders and fined

death?" asks W. B. $41 or three days in Jail.
your Norbtn T. Thomas Jr. I
Mackall director of the flor- ,
not guilty to the charge of .
I BEGGS GULF SERVICE STATIONBeggs ida airs.Division of Vetorians Aff- unlawful speed but was found SPACE HEATING & COOLINGIng
and fined
$36 three
The surviving widow and minor guilty or
Gulf Service Stationis repsur service with reliable at Beggs Gulf Service Sta- children may be eligibleto days in Jail. Jessie Green Space Heating & Coolingat This is your official head installation and mainten-
located on Highway Ol repairmen to place your car tion. Town & Country salutes receive a number of bene- Grown was charged with dri- 201 Macclenny Ave. in quarters for heating and cool- ance, and it will be to your
North in Waldo, phone 468- in good running order. They the management of this fits from the U. S. Veterans ving to the left of center of Macclenny ( phone 259.6546) ing service. Call today advantage to consult them
1998 or If no answer phone also buy and sell wrecked establishment and recom- Administration following the the roadway and fined $36or features the famous York and let them go over your and get their estimates now.
468-1578., They feature all cars, and are open 24 hours mends the many servicesthat death of the entitled depend two days in Jail. air-conditioning units for both plans for new construction, You will be amazed at their
types of new and used auto with 24-hourwreckerservice. they render to the people death of the veteran. Thetype David Carl Shiver, charg- home and business. They or for your present homeor reasonable cost, and will
at reasonable prices You can be assured of of this area as well and amount of benefits to 9d with no valid driver's license have units of all sizes for business. want to be first on their

parts and have a complete auto quick and quality service as the transient motorists which the survlviors may be and Timothy Risby, my type; home or commercial This firm has In its em- list. Call for Informationor
charged with Improper muffler their office
entitled depend upon anumberof wilding. ploy men who are expertsIn go by soon.
things For example If the both had their bonds heating and air condition-

veteran's death Is caused by estreated.

a disease or Injury which war JJ .1. ... I
incurred during military...r- and his wife discus. the location News--Festive Flair On A .
DAIRY children Cooking Budget
CARLTON'S vice his widow and of Important family docu-

are ellgibl.toreceivedepend- ments, such as his discharge

Carlton's Dalrylocated In visitors are always welcomeat ducts, assuring/ public ency and Indemnity payments AdmInta- papers, marriage certificate, Everything's going up budget comes with see- it bastes itself in the film.
Hawthorne, phone 481-2406, their modem sanitary the highest quality dairy products from the Veterans and birth records of the children especially the already high through oven cooking, a After dinner the busy
dairy when dairy. Much time Is devot- U'adon.n.y may alto entitled t they should also make coat of feeding a family. whole new way to go. homemaker Linda. her oven
Is up-to-date
an ed to Inspecting their cattle Everything in the plant. to educational benefits that such papers are Meat prices soar as over The culinary breakthroughis clean (there's no spatter
of sure protested
may be sure find all the cooking is done
you amend which will see each eligible worked cooks struggle to the way to cook in since
Y, the best quality milk which are kept In the best kept In a sanitary condition person through a college or from theft or fire, yet ways of stretching the weekly oven wraps easy and bugs. Now inside the film) and her pan
dairy prducts. of condition. for. policy at Carlton'sU In addition to the readily accessible. The wife food budget. budget beef, such as short spotless. Most of her cleanup
They have modern plant, to sell dairy' products' that should be advised to contact is of the old-
Their products are noted a monthly benefits the VA can Now there's cooking new. ribs, turns glamorous as it only a memory
for their wholesomeness, where the latest of equipment not only will pass Inspection: cash burial allowance the nearest Veterans _a whole new way to cook cooks and browns in the film. fashioned outdated cooking
freshness and purity; and has been Installed a
proper handling 01'ia1rYpro.. pure. and in applying for any State or possible while serving ap tending needed since the film Short 'ribs are just one
States burial flag. petite-appealing delectable does all the work. The beef easy, delectable dinner that's
Not only should the veteran Federal benefits meal. Festive flair on a remain. moist and juicy since designed to please the family




14 TELEGRAPH March I. 1973

Area Churches W.A. Scott HomecomingDay

Organize To March 11

Wilbur A. Scott 72. a retired -
Fight Wet
VoteOne building materials salesman At Johnstown
died Thursday at his
hundred and six per- home In Gainesville. He was Sunday March 11, .will be
sons representing 15 area the son of the late Mr. and Homecoming Day at the Johns
churches met at the First Mrs. Fred A. Scott of Starke Church followed
town Baptist ,
Baptist Church of Starke,Sun and was employed for many
of preaching
week good
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CONGREGATIONAL NORTIISIDE BAPTIST day afternoon, March 4, to years by the Quigley & Davis by a and Christian
STARKE HOLINESS CHURCH CHRUCH CHURCH OF GOD JORDAN MISSIONARY discuss the upcoming liquor- Lumber Co. here before mo- gospel singing. ,
LAWTEY. FLA. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. option election facing Brad ving to Gainesville. He wasa fellowship.All
16 of the
of members
School 9:45 Highways
Sunday : a.m. Intersection former
SundaySunday School 9:45: ; Schedule: of services: Sun- 301 North behind Tas- ford County.Jack member of the First Meth-
Morning Worship II ajn.Etenlng (North) and 225. church are urged to "come
11 day 10 tee Freez Drive In, Sunday odist Church
School Eppes
Morning Worship at ; ser- Morn- a.m. Morning of Lakeland of Gainesville.
7:30 9:45 the
Worship : School and Sunday
: home" enjoy
mon: "Get Involved"; Bell Pr.erMee p.m. Sunday Evening Worship at 11. Evangelistic School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- spoke to the churchmen con- Funeral services were held 10
Thursday night lag Service at 11. School classes at a.m..
Ringers Group 5:15: ; church 7:30: pjn. Service 7:30.: Wednesday Service 6 p.m. YPE and vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer cerning the effects that legalization at 11 a.m. Thursday, March 9, Morning Worship at 11, and
Wor- Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- could at the
Training 6:15; Evening have on the graveside In Oakdale at
-David Hodges Pastor. Service 7:30 the grounds
pjn. then dinner on
ship at 7:30; sermon: "AmI James T. Parrish 7:30: pjn.Rsv.. Daisy community and then led In Cemetery Deland with a
My Brothers Keeper?" -Rev. Klght. Pastor.ST. day.Leroy Olive, pastor E.L. organizing the churches to nephew Rev Gene S. Carnell I p.m. Jim Bill
Monday- Lay Evangelism HAMPTON CHRISTIAN NEW RIVER BAPTIST Grlffls associate pastor. combat It. Mr. Eppes is the of Greensboro Brother Montrose Avenue, pastorof Baptist
School 7-9 CHURCH MARY'S CATHOLIC Director of United Christian officiating Arrangementswere
School 10 MornIng
Sunday ajn. Church, Lake City, speak
TuesdayLay Evangelism Sunday School 10 a.m.Morning Worship 11 ajn. Training CHRUCH MACCLENNY SMYRNA MISSIONARY Action, a statewide non-profit In charge of Johnson- each evening at 7:30. Bro.C. .
School 7-9 p.m. Worship 11 a.m. Evening Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship Sunday Mass. 12 noon. Holy BAPTIST CHURCH organization employed in Hayes Funeral Home Gaines- E. Durrance, pastor of
WednesdayFamily Night Worship 7. -James Shaw 8 pjn. Wednesday Night Day Mass, 5:3U: p.m. 633 W. Pratt( St, Sunday combating vice and drugs of ville. Johnstown Is anticipating a
Supper 6:15: p.m.; Lay Evan- pastor. service 7:30: pjn. Everyone Services: Sunday Scnool, tu all types great revival and Is extend-
gelism School 7-9 p.m. welcome. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching 11 a.m.TrainIng The group named itself Con Thou hast put more joy in Invitationto
a.m. to an
ing everyone
ThursdayLay Evangelism FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH -Jim Countryman pastor. (8 ml. south of Starke on Union 5:45 p.m. Evening cerned Citizens Committeeand my heart.-Psalms( 4:7.) come and share In these
School 7-9 pjn. Sunday Service Sunday hwy. 100)Sunday Worship 7 p.m. Everyone elected officers to direct Joy is something that is a meetings.A .
-James T. Brock, Pastor School 9:45: ajm. Morning BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCP School 10 ajn. welcome. their efforts. Rev. Denton part of us. It is not somethingthat nursery will be open

Worship 10:45 a.m. Evening Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn Morning Worship 11 ajn. -Wilbur Dyess Pastor. Sumrall and Merritt Williams we put on but, rather, that each evening, with capable
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Worship II Evening Choir Practice .6:30: p.m.. Mrs. Elaine Lee were for the
Service 7:15 P.m. Youth ing ajn. we release. When we feel the workers to care babies.
LAWTEY Group Meeting Sunday, 6:30 Worship 7:30 pjn. Prayer Evening Worship.7:15 p.m. LAURA BAPTIST' elected as Co-Chairmen, with least joyful, we need most to Bus service will be availa-
Meeting 7:30: p.m.Wednesday.Rev. Prayer& Bible Study ..Wed. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. a steering committee com- ble. Those who need trans-
Across street east of Law- pjn. posed of the Pastor and let go and let the joyful Spiritin
11 a
-J.C. Brown, minister J.C.Saunders,pastor. 7:30 p.m.Rev. Morning Worship a.m. portation may call the followIng -
tey post office. Radio pro Merle L. Packham Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. layman from each Interested us well up, bubble up, in us. numbers: Lake Butler
gram 8 a.m.Station WPXE 14- LAWTEYCONGREGATIONALHOLINESS pastor. Midweek Bible Study Wednesday church. The anti-liquor We do not have to put on a joy- 496-3781 or 496-5761; or Ral-
90, each Sunday. Bible School LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m. group will be funded by the ful spirit, we do not create it- ford 431-1960. The church Is
10 a.m. Preaching,11 a.m.and CHURCH Sunday School 9:45: ajn.;. Be In church Sunday. churches and other concerned it is there within us, a well- located on SR 121 between
7 p.m. Bible Study and Prayer Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Morning Worship 11 a.m. MORGAN ROAD -Lester Austin pastor.ST. groups or Individuals upona spring of joy. Lake Butler and Raiford.
Meeting, Wednesday 7pm. Ing Worship D a.m. Evening Youth Service 6 p.m. Evening BAPTIST CHURCH voluntary donation basis. .
#,fr #'II'I'III"'II"I" ## '##" "
Elder A. E. Massey, pastor.
Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday 7 ,
Worship p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC .
Everyone welcome. Tuesday Prayer Meeting Morning Worship at 11. Train- CHURCH STARKE
-Rev. Robert Ralston, pas 7:30: pjn. Ing Union 6:30, Evening Ser- tamer: names Cregan pas- fr.4'ht Bible DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
MADISON STREET tor. -Rev. W.B. Chauncey pas vice, 7:30.
Now,therefore our God we
tor. WednesdayPrayer and
Sunday, March 11: CHURCH OF CHRISTAT Bible Study 7:30: p.m. Mass 7 p.m. Sun- thank thee, and praise they STARKE
Sunday School, 9:45; Morn- MELROSE --Rev. Bob Cooper pastor. day Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day glorious name. ( Chron. Phone 96 -6200
Ing Worship,11;Church Train- Schedule of Services: KINGSLEYLAKE Mass 7 p.m.Confession. 29:13)).
Ing, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Cir- Sunday Bible Study 10 ajn. BAPTIST CHURCH DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Saturday 6 In the stream of life, we Rental
cle 7:15 Evening Worship, Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday School ajn.Morn-
7:30.: : ; Evening Worship 7 p.m. Ing Worship at 11. Training BROOKER p.m.School of Religion: have access to all the life of Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs /& Crutches.

Monday-Youth Choir,7 p.m. All other eventng-8 pjn. Union 6:30 pjn.; Evening ship Sunday Services School 11 10 ajn.ajr;;.and Wor 7pan. Grade School Sunday 11 God. We are one with the life KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
TuesdayBible Study, 10 Worship 7:30 Prayer Meet- Training Union 6 p.m. a.m. to 12 noon. of God. This life flows in and
a.m.; Girls In Action 3:30 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Inc, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. -Rev. Lacy Conway, pastor. High SchoolWednesday 7 through us. Phone 473-3176 i iEvcryDayLowPricc
--Rev. S.C. Cuthbert Interim p.m.
p.m.Wednesday Sunday School 1404 E. Bessent Road pastor.
Teachers & Officers Meet- Family Home Evening-Mon
Ing, 6:30 ../.....; Prayer Meet- BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Ing, Mission Friends, 7:30: day.PrimaryTuesday,4:30 pjn. BROOKER, FLA.
p.m.; Adult Choir Practice, WednesdayRelief Society, Rev. Jim Temple pastor.
Deacon's Meeting 8:30: p.m. 7:30.: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Ron EveryDayLowPrice FOOD
-Denton Sumrall, PastorST. Thursday- MJ.A.-7:30 Bristol, Superintendent.
: p.m.
Union 6:45. LowellDouglas
Training :
Sunday-Priesthood 8:30: Director. Worship CENTER CUT
MARK'S a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. DRIVE
Services 11 7:30. Mid-
a.m., :
CHURCH Meeting 6 Sacrament -
week Prayer Service :
Sunday Services: : SIRLOINSTEAKS
Lavern Outlaw music direc-
8:30: a.m. Holy Communion. -Jesse D. Branson Branch LAUNDRY
tor. 9:45: a.m. Church School. President
11 a.m. (all other Sundays) Sunday School l0lam.Morn- Sunday School 10 ajn
Morning Prayer.The ing Worship 11 a.m. Pre Services Worship at 11 ajnSunday 320 S. WALNUT ST.
Rev. John M. Flynn (Booster Band, Young night Service at 6:30.: POOD PAIR ar1.r0.T .?.. ,0.r1
People, and Prayer Service), ___ I OO < *WltN ONUS BUVI GOOD THHUWflO
Rector.ST. ., ,
Wednesday night prayer MftHCH t4 171 OU.NTnlID
6 p.m. EvenlugWorship7p.m. meeting at 7:30. $159 84oz HtaMTt........
Midweek Wednesday
ANN'S EPISCOPAL 7:30 p.m.Rev.John Strickland, -Cecil E.Crawford.Sr.pas I ONLY.., M JJ m ...Vt<*h7l99ISiAMI/
Sunday Services at 10:30. BETHLEHEM COUPONS
Third Sundays;Holy Communion Raiford Road & Weldon St. CHURCH CENTER CUTCHUCK. .
2nd and 4th Sundays;Sun- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sun- BONELESS r rffr i I mirwrl
day School 9:30 a.m. Ing Worship 11. Sunday Even- day School 9:30: ; Morning ; I 'lit,"mSTEAKS ]
--Thomas O. Feamster, Jr. Ing 7 p.m. Thursday night Worship, 11 ; League 4 pjn. ROUND ,uNr2'::',

Pastor 7:30.Charles: Night Service, 6 pjn.-Rev.
Thomas, pastor. Jasper Williams, pastor. ROAST I STEAKS


SundaySunday ARKE School 9:45: Sunday METHODIST School: 10 a.m.CHURCH Morning CALVARY School BAPTIST 10 a.m.CHURCHSunday MornIng -- tdQ ..

a.m.; Morning Worship at 11; Worship n a.m. Youth Worship Training Union, $149 79C 8ftCI
Youth Choir Rehearsal, 5 Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- 8:30: Evening Worship 7:30.: fJD: 1 ami
-Rev. Jim I.S.C10ICEEveryDayLowPrk
p.m.; UMYF snack supper, 6; ship, 7:30: p.m. Rev. L.L. Black pastor i;
UMYF meetings and recrea- Griffli pastor.
WednesdayMidWeek GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke

Prayer Group, 7:30: p.m.j; Highway S-100 A Sunday School. 10 ajn. Kenneth BONELESS_ BONELESS
Chancel Choir rehearsal, Sunday School 10 a.m.Morning Ellxson director. MnrnjMV SHOULDER STEWKOUMI POT LAMB
7:30. Worship 11 a.m. Training Worsnip at 11. Church1ra1JW1r. ROAST CHUCK POTROAST CHOPS
Friday- Ch 11 1 d re n.s Choir Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Wor- 6 pjn. Gerald Norman STEAKS
Rehearsal, 3:30. ship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday director. Evening Wor- OH IONIUM PIICIJ ONI IN3 TO 3(. r K NCW ZIAIAM.QUICK FMOZf M

-Rev. George Harper, Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. ship, 7 p.m. Mid-Week Prayer 49 29GO
Pastor -Rev. Leon T. Odom Jr., and Bible Study 7 pjn. trill ,1oar "
Pastor. J.D. Robinson, pastor. L


Rev. Jim Temple, pastor. CHURCH CHRUCH STARKE VIVA
I Ml!11Hinin
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Tom- Sunday School 10 a.m.; Sunday--Church School Pantry Pride TOMATO UK f
my Cox Superintendent.Training Morning Service 11 a.m.;Bible 9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11.
Union 6:45.: Lavern Study 6:30: p.m.; Evening Ser. Nursery provided. ;
Outlaw Director. Worship vice 7:30: p.m.Wednesday Wednesday--Youth Fellowship 1 ] / TOWELS
Services 11 a.m., 7:30. Mid- Prayer and 7:30 p.m.ThursdayChoir. TEA BAGS JUICE mnicin
week Prayer Service, 7:30.: Bible Study 7:30: p.m. Rehearsal ; PRINTS OR ASS'T.COLORS
Lavern Outlaw, music Director -Melvin Hvnel. Pastor. 7:30: pjn.

--Erik T. Johnson MInIs- /imnniljimtt.'l/ !' < GIANT C

CHURCH, HIGHWAY 18 N. Sunday School, 10 a.m. BOX ; CANS ROLLS
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.;
Morning Worship 11. Train- Evening Worship, 7 p.m.Wednesday Sarah StarlingMrs.
Ing Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Prayer Meeting and
Service, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Bible Study, 7 p.m. Young EveryDayLowPrkeSWUT BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuy EveryDayLowPrke
Service, 7:30. Peoples Meeting every Mon- Sarah Ellen Starling A MIUOWQolden CHI**CILL9 WNAPPCft) FRESH CRISP GEORGIA MED ROSE DALE

-Rev. L. Tommy How,pas day, 7 p.m. 67, of Graham, died Wednesday Rip* FRESH PASCALCELERY SWEETPOTATOES ?;rPEAS OR
tor. G.F. Prevail pastor.
Feb. 28. A native of Bell
Everyone welcome. 1 Baptist Church. BANANAS CARROTS

422 N. s>Clair; 5>t.. su. Surviving are her daughter LARGE
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- STARKE CHURCHOF Mrs Laveme Orion, Graham; STALK
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday CHRIST her mother Mrs. Francis P.
Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night Bible School, 10 a.m. Worship Hines, Gainesville; two brothers BANQUET KEYSTONE
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Services, 11 a.m. andS Lenton Hines, Trenton PILLSBURY CAKE I ECONOMY
Meeting Frlday.7:30: p.m. pjn. Midweek Service Wednesday and Morris Hines Palatka;
--Rev. M.E. Fused! pas 7 pjn. Ladles Bible two sisters, Mrs. Catherine '/J:: 1 DINNERS ; APPLE
tor. Class::: Thursday 11 ajn. WIggens, Gainesville and ,MIXES
Church::: located one block weston Mrs. Emma Sanders Ormond / 12ot MACARONI ft CHEESE /
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'w Josephine Fontaine
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CHAPTER OES By Elisobeth Given Walker p.m.
itMaebtl HAMPTON MAYOR RESIGNS Mildred Babyar with their The regular meeting of Dell
A This petition was sent to children from Hinsdale, Ql., Chapter 168 will be held gregation wilt"go to High Church
Y _.,-.... Sen. Ed Gurney, Sen. Law- Sister to take in Fam- New Bethel Baptist :
Effective March 1, Mayor Anna and Ervin Nottke Thursday, March 8, at 8 p.m. Springs part 7:30 Prayer
ton Chiles, and Rep. Don Fu- Willard Thomas resigned of Gainesville, Cousin Steve All members are asked to ily Day celebration Rev. G. Tuesday Night 7:30

qua: "We are worried by Pre- from the office of Mayor of and Micky Marecek and be present, and on time. G. McArttiur pastor. Everyone Choir Meeting.No.Thursday 2 will meet.night Satur-:
sident Nixon's proposals to Hampton. Ills statement to Grandma from St. Cloud, and is asked to meet at the
7:30 Bible Sundajf!
cut back Social Services for the Gainesville paper was that, cousin John and Christine Ma- Greater Bethlehem Free- church at theu usual Sunday day : Study.

the aged, poor, disabled, and "I was elected by the people will Baptist Church. Rev.Jasper School time, 9:30. We will School 11. BTU 9:30: Morning at 5 Worshipat Night
recek from Wisconsin. Theyall p.m.
dependent children. to uphold and work for the Williams Pastor. Choir return in time for Leagueat
The 20% Increase grantedIn town. I feel I cannot do this enjoyed the nice weatherwe No. 3 and Usher Board No. 2 4 p.m. We will be study- service will begin at 6:30..

Social Security; paymentslast with the present council who had this past week and meet Monday night. Senior ing the book of' Genesis at Visitors always welcome.
year has been deeply especially the azaleas In full 6 with the Women's Home i
seems to be against the goodof Choir rehearsal Tuesday p.m.
Greater Allen Chapel AME
eroded and will be completely bloom at this time of the Mission in The
the town and the people. night. Wednesday night Prayer charge. pres- Church Rev. B. C. WJll1amsPastor.
eaten up shortly, so we This seems to be a strange year. Meeting. Thursday night ident is asking all membersto ,
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. The Junior Church
are no better off. statement since he worked the Ladles Circle will meetat wear white.
Hampton will have a car wash at 11
George Simpson on
between inflation
Caught spiraling -
of the the home of Mrs. Lizzie
very: hard to get some
Lake Mrs. Esther Hop- Sat. morning. Everyone is
and the effects of deflation are DAY CARE CENTER ,
new members of the council Hankerson on Florida St. TheI
'- also substantial Increases elected. per of Severna Park, Md.!and Can Circle will sell din- Day Care Kitty Kollege is asked to participate. Sunday
In out-of-pocket Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Perkins ners. still in operation for your School, 9:45.: Morning Wor-

"Doctor Insurance and Hos- SENIOR CITIZENSThe of New Philadelphia, Ohio Sunday the pastor and con- service, from 7 a.m. to 5 ship at 11.
They are relaxing and
plal Deductables and sharp Senior Citizens met In

increases In Medicare pay- their club room at the Old enjoying fishing while visit- -"

On Ice ments, leaves us feeling very Hampton School on March 2. ing.Mr. David Se- '
Holiday Insecure. and Mrs. :
Out of town Joe
guests were
i 1
Ca- ;
President Nixon told the Delegates of the graves and their children,
ra, 10, and Davy, 6, have
the to the White House
Snoopy, popular comic Tickets are now on sale Starke Club: Mrs. John Hall moved here from West Palm ,
strip pooch, who made his Conference on Aging that of Atlanta Ga. and Mr. and
for the 28th edition of "Holi- ; Beach. They sold their home, J
"th e I r recommendationswould
skating debut last Mrs. W. Schoub of Crescent
season,will day on Ice, which opens there and have purchased Ken-
not gather dust In the
return for more antics on Wednesday, March 21, at the National Archives," therefore City; who Joined the club: as mat Farm here in the Hamp-
ice this season. Big produc- Jacksonville Coliseum for a honorary members. They planto ton area. Mrs. Naomi Crossis
we believe It Is your
tion numbers Include be with the Clubas
a visit five day run.Pictured Hampton visiting with them and help-
duty to protect the people
to a hobo community; a taste with much possible.Mr.Ker Ing them to get settled In their
of Florida and Join your
is Jay rigan spoke the need for
of "Soul, and the observa- above colleagues from all Statesof on new home. Mrs. Cross is
tion that It's still a beauti- Humphry, one of the stars of unity; in the Senior Citizens Mrs. Segrave's mother.
Union the
the to
ful world. the 1973 show in a skating preserve groups. The Hampton Senior Rev Preston Perry, George
Social Services and work for
tribute to the long-run Broad- Citizens will have a boothat Wallage, and Richard Wallace
Tickets may be purchasedat way musical hit, "Fiddler on further Improvement. us" the Bradford County; Fair attended the funeral of their

the Jacksonville Coliseum, the Roof." The former Cana- build A letter and clean was received up America.from and Strawberry Festival. Mr. nephew, Willie Williams, who

Hemming Park Ticket OffIce, dian skating champion cutsa who Fontaine has a hooked rung was killed in an auto accl- -
State Sen. Bob Saunders a
the Jacksonville Civic Auditorium dashing figure as he demonstrated Senior with the Club's name on it dentl In Perrine. 8SPtyka
promised to support
or the Regency Square his artistry on ready for display and othersare
Citizens' in Tab Saturday night was fun nightat iu :;
legislation ..
ticket office. ice.Bill's lahassee this making and planning for Hampton City; Hall. A iF Est y.,
year. the things that will be shown.
of people held a
Happy Birthdays were Ma- group young
Mrs. Grace Beal wel-
dance and had wonderful
rian Batchelder, Della Speed, a
C.B. Radio & Helen Egan, her husband, comed as a new member. evening. Hostesses for the
Bingo was enjoyed after the
Frank, and Charles Slmchera. dance were Tracy Bruno, Me-
321 N. Tempi Av.. 964-8346 Starke, Flo. Wedding Anniversary, A- business meeting and re- lissa Curtis, Sheila Curtis, ,/ W
freshments. The door prize
and Davis. Chaperonesfor
lex and Emma Morton. Della
Full Line Of Antenna Speed supplied Ice cream to was won by Mrs. Bell Brown. the evening were Mrs.
The next meeting will be at Ted
George Davis and Mrs.
with our Birthday Cake.It .
7:30 March
p.m., 16.
was reported that Mar-
Specialist tha Sumdem and Perile Thur- Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mc- t=
flew In from Ed-
ston of Macclenny are back Gunnlgle
ALSO home from the hospital. We A Surprise birthday party monds, Wash to spend the
was held for Carl Dennison week with Mr. and Mrs.Ralph
wish them return to
a quick
Base And Mobile Antennas good health. We missed (most of his friends call him Vaughan. Mr. McGunnlgle is
Peck) at his home. Mrs.
Mrs. Vaughan's brother.
"Sarge" Suslow, and hope he
"Horn Of The Shirley Norman (Peck's sister MEN don't forget to go
Magnetic Sign* is not 111. We thank him for ) wtr
kept Peck at her house
to the Volunteer Fire Dept. h
the donation of a nice wallet
until all the friends and relatives
meeting Monday evening,
for our bingo prize. Visitors .
arrived. When he came March 12. City Council meet-
were Mr. and Mrs. Stan La- ;
in, all sang happy birthday.He .
ing Tuesday at the Hampton
Chut and Betty; Pavllk.
received a lot of nice City Hall, 8
under p.m.
iiim Preparations are way gifts and all enjoyed cake,
for our White Elephant Sale, Happy Birthday to Ruddy De-
ice cream and coffee. Peck
March 27. All packages shouldbe Waters whose birthday is
tells that he doesn't intendto
1970 OldsmoblU Cutlass 1969 Chevrolet Caprice marked with the price.They have birthdays.But March 23.Happy .
4 Door Sedan 4 Door Hardtop V-S Englna Au will be sold by auction. This any more Anniversary to Mr.
V-8 Engine Automatic Tra.nitnlftt.orAir tomatlo Air Condition provides lots of fun and the I'm sure when next year and Mrs. Lynn Hall, who will
: ti'"J."on.:
Condition, Radio and Hater A -: : Haatar rolls around his friends will be celebrating their anniver-
to for our
proceeds go pay
$2150 $1595 annual luncheon. remember anyway. sary March 14.
and Mrs. J. W. Home
1971 Pontiac Lemani Sport 1970 Renault The next meeting we will enlyed Mr. a three-day trip to Fire and thieves work fast. Why take chances? Don't risk leaving

:2 Door Hardtop V-8 Enflna Automatic 4 Door Sedan 4 Cylinder Engln. celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Gulf Breeze, to visit with e your valuables at home. For only pennies a day you can store your
Transmission. Air Con4 Speod Transmission Radio Come, sing some Irish songs A friend who watched "The
their and family, Mr.
and Haatar and Heatar son heirlooms bonds insurance wills and other important
dition. Radio S OAK and enjoy some Irish Jokes. and Mrs. James Horne Ten Commandments" on tele- stocks policies -

March 13, 1 p.m., Pratt St. Pat Reed entered the NAS vision says he would like to papers safely in our vault.*Know theyll: be there when you need; N

1972 V W 7 Passenger Bus 1972 Porsche 914 Rec. Center. Erin go Braghl Hospital in Jacksonville, Feb. add another one: "Thou shalt them. Rent a Safe Deposit Box today.

4 Cylinder Engine 4 Speed Transmission 4 Cylinder Englno, 4 Speed Tran -Joe Kerrigan 24 for spinal surgery and also not commit too many com- ,, ",.';.'
Only 9,000 miles 15,000 minion, Radio and Haat.rmn.a mercials." .'ffJf4'--
factory warranty hip surgery. He was thrown On long trips or short carry the safe money "gym n_.._
from a horse and his neck was _...
$2995 a American Travelers '
Express Cheques
February Rain broken. He is recovering nice- .
:'-' ""' -:.:;-
-IIOWN MOTORS I 1 ,Ue. Totals 5.83 In. ly and was so heojustt fell IN TOWNAT -- "

4222 NW 13th St. out of bed that li lost or stolen,you can get them replaced-usually on the same day.Spendable everywhere.FLQFUDA .
out, but thank goodness he LAST!

376-4551 received was not hurt from the fall.
Bradford County an
VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE/AUDI average of 5.83 for the month. His family is making daily AMERICA'S
visits to him and Pat
recordedfive see ,
New River fire tower
Inches, Lewis Hill had wants to tell all of his friendson FAVORITE PASTAreametles ,
and Santa Fe the bus, a special hello. 'j :
6.60 inches, 2JL11ilL1I: ,----I
And to Mrs. Guam, that she

DAY CARE CENTERFrom 4.60.Thirteen fires were reported should enjoy the peace and (
Forest quiet while he Is in the hos- I
pital as he will be back as Member Federal! Deposit I Insurance Corp.
with total
Service in February, a -
Arm Baby To School of 145 acres burned. soon as possible. He also says
that everyone at the hospitalis

.J NOW PICK-UP AND DELIVERY just wonderful to him and .
that he has made some new

;CONSTANT CARE-2 BALANCED MEALS! The little that boy down his father the blockcomplains a friends Recent there.visitors of Mr. and What do you want..K

Greater Bethlehem Freewill 100 percent supporter of the Mrs. Paul Babyar were Mr.

Baptist ChurchCor. President allowance,funds.has impounded his Babyar's Sue and Charles sister Pusateri and husband.from a home in the country ? .

Ash & Cheifnut Ph. 964.8866 yar's Brookfleld brother, BI.,, and Martin Mr.,Bab-andCOOPER'S I. .... .... :. -.".." ..... ...,_....- :. >--{ "'

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:1<} PEACHES; Reg. $3.98.49 TULIP POPLAR Reg. $3.98 ::111 : .... *

1 PLUMS ReI $3.98 ARIZONA } HO uxw.

11: All Bareroot Trees Discounted ASH Reg. 3.98 1:: ." ."<".",, \\t.....'..........3-bedrOOM.. >

I Spring Roundup-- Troll Bikes By Rupp \ I Jim Walter builds a better buy !

1 1 4" Azalea L.ntrs 2 For 111 Clean air open sky trees, meadows... If a ham In the country or all of the Inside work yourself. We'll completely finish the exterior
r 25 for the the final coat of long-lasting paint. Alter finishing the
g'S way from traffic, noise, and overcrowding I Is your dream Including
1 1 \ :: future.. If you already own your property and are planning to build outside, well stop at almost ANY stage of interior completion. .
Gal. Con :
:: Reg. ...Jim Walter should be your builder. He builds almost ANYWHERE you finish the rest In the evenings and on weekends and save We'll
e4 'L that your property Is located...In town or out In the country. even furnish the Inside materials and Include their cost In your
1 A. as leas j mortgage payments.ZZ2e .
R.fl 2.49 NOW $1.89 He'll offer you more than 20 models from which you may select your
{ new home-1 to 4 bedrooms, some with 2 baths-any of which 2-i ,57 MORTGAGE FINANCINGcan
__ be built on your property. All are custom-built, constructed to quttitntt propfrty owners
f )-. Llgustrim. SSp. board-by-botrd, nail-by-nail on your building site. And construction Your local Jim Walter Homes display park is open daily from B A.M. .Ir..
{:$. :.t:.:' ...materials such as heavy-duty rooting, aluminum windows and for your convenience. Come by, call or write today for complete y
111; "wood made better" hardboard siding. Information on the low, cost of building on your properly and learn 2..

:rk:111' CalaJJ.nm Note Ralbel 81.89 ::1:1I MORE THAN 20 "BETTER BUY" MODELS 0 BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY' FhowINANCING.aisn t It time that you can moved get up toyaN better buy' by .

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1 EstimatesOur I JIMWALTERHOMU(Mail to near***alt,..iI I
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 32216 I Information and ih coit of
Service Includes: 1 OCALA, FLA. 32670' building on my property I Ivndvn 6jJt I

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PERSONALSMts. FOR SALE-27 ft. CobraTra-; : manent position. All company Residential
Doris Kelley enjoyeda CLASSIFIED AD RATES WANTEDJourneyman elec- vel Trailer, like new. Sold Bradford County Telegraph benefits. Minimum starting ESPARTS Commercial
visit with her son, daugh- Deadline for Insertion Monday trician; property clerk 1. for $7,500 new. Now $2,500for Ph. 9646305. rate of $2.18 per hour. Apply Industrial
ter-in-law and family, Mr. 5 P.m. preceding Thursday Please contact Personnel Sun- quick sale. Olin's Mobile Southern Wood Piedmont Co. SERVICED
and Mrs. Winston Kelley,near before publication. land Training Center, Gaines- Home. 964-5606. Itchg V' Baldwin, Fla. 8 a.m. to 4
Silver Springs Saturday night ville, Fla. tchgWE AUTOMOBILES pjn. 4tchg 3/29 ep and Shallow Wells Licensed & Bonded

and Sun., March 3, and 4. NoW HAVE diamond nee-. GARAGE SALESaturday 9 USED JFOR

BIRTHDAY PARTY Minimum Charge $1.75 dies for any make or model to 5. 3/4 mile past city limits .... WANTEDMaid, full or part Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT Free EstimatePh.
(Covers I 19 words) stereo player.Dahmer's on Raiford Road W. Fur- time. Experienced. Apply In 473-3681
Debbie Parrish celebratedher Each word over 15, 8t Discount House tfchg niture & Household Items. person. Starke Motor Court SERVICEON
4th birthday with a party 301 North. Itp ALL MAKES
given at her home Friday All Classified Ads must be Up SALE1970 Toyota Corona
WANTEDUsed furniture,refrigerators No Too Small
4-door, automatic, radio PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE
afternoon, March 2. Candy paid for in advance unless
and man cups. and party hats you have established account FOR SALEUniversal Sew- & heater, new tires;clean. .tttttr.
were given as favors to Deb- with The Telegraph, In that mer's Discount House. tfchg ing machine $25. 218 South $795. See at 509 Center St.Itp .
bie's event 50C extra charge for Walnut St. Phone 9647829.Itp I
guests. Birthday cake, PUMP & SUPPLY CO. INSURANCEAT
with Go-
ice cream and Coke were billing. !Not responsible for Reduce safe & fast
errors wren given over the Tablets & E-Vap"water REDUCED RATES
FOR SALE1970 Torino GT.
served Debbie's
Mrs. Wayne by Parrish.mother, phone or when copy Is not typed pills" Andrews Pharmacy. Fully loaded, good condition. om Moved 5 Blocks North AUTO FIRE BOAT
Everyone -
the office I
and brought to 3/15 HAVE HUNDREDS of new 8- 864 N. Temple Ave
had an enjoyable time. Best offer. Call 964-5546. Itp DOYLE E. CONNER
. track tapes for Discount.$2.98 and$3.98.Dahmer's Sales > Part Service INSURANCE AGENCYtchg

!NEW ARRIVAL 5tchg 322GENITLMAN SPECIAL1970 Ford 4 dr. New and Used
Congratulations! to Mr. and CLASSIFIED DISPLAY CARL BEGGS
Custom, full power & air, USED IMPORT CARS
Mrs. Wayne Stalnaker on the MOTORCYCLESFOR
arrival of their first born, $1.75 per inch EGG Farm-Red 429 engine. $1,095.00. Car Gulf Service r S SAVE1
a son. Randal Wayne was born 2 inch minimum .- $3.50 chickens for sale, $1.00 each. ver's Service Station. 964- HARFIED AUTO

Sun., March 4, and weighed . 2tp 38EUNICE 6258. 2tp 3/15 IMPORTS, INC. FRED DAVIS
9 Ibs., 14 oz. That's a big 509 E.
boy, but then he was born in Memorials Resolutions! Pro- SALE1972 (blue) Honda NURSERYFor sale, FOR SALE1970 Torino GT UniversityGalnelYllI..372.4373 USED BUICK PONTIAC
Dallas, Texas I Maternal clamations. Card of Thanks CB 450 motorcycle. Excellent tomato plants container loaded. Good condition. $200 TF GMC TRUCKS
grandparents are Mr. and !1S4.UUlInimum: up .10 50 condition low mileage. Con- grown. 2 miles north of Law- and take over payments. 964- A LITTLE RIDE CAN
Mrs. A. W. Schnetf of Char- words. Each word over 5U- tact Sonny Loudon 9647334. tey on 301. Ph. 7823972. 6454 after 4:30 p.m. Itp PARTSFor
lotte Harbor, Fla. Paternal 8c. ltchg tfchg ..... ... .- SAVE YOU A LOTy?
grandparents are Mr. and JIMMY MOORE S I GREEN COVE SPRINGSfwxX'XxX'X'X'X'X'X'X'X'X'X'v
Mrs. W. C. Stalnaker of -FOR SALE OR TRADE1971 FOR SALE-1968 Charger HIT, S. Most Makes (Of Cars ,
LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering with 440 engine, with 72,000 > Spirts :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Brooker. Suzuki 500. Low mileage, excellent -
I'ay For Classified condition. 9647955.It 6x9. $3.19: 9 x 12. $5.98; miles. lust had new paint Job. MORE BOAT FOR 24 Hr. Wrecker Service I' BOGIES. ....
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 12 y 12. 811.50; 12 x 15 only Call 964-5240 after 5:30p.m.: .
Ads In Advance and YOUR MONEYStarke Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
Principal Dewey McKinney 1495. Many patterns co- Asking $1,200 or best offer.tf .
announces that the 4th six Increased necessary costs for this have newspaper madeIt lors. Dahmer's Discount. tfWATSON'S Ph. 964.5791omelet. Phone 468.1998 I 11 Plumbing Co. !

weeks grading period is end- to clarify Its present FOR SALE- 1972 Suzuki 350, oooooooooooooooooQcPLANNING
Ing. Report cards will be rules and adopt new ones for I I good shape. 4000 miles, also Outboard & Stern 1': COMMERCIALAND '::;
HOUSE OF VACUUMS Drive Service and
sent home Mon., March 12. the publication of elaasifledadvertisement. I I helmet, SfiOO.\ Larry Oglesby. Repair.
In Us coluninv {9))64-5240. tfchg Many brands of new vacuums Earn $307.20 Complete Fiberglass Repair A TRIP? ::: :::

Prayer list for the sick: $39.00 up. Used machines Min. Per Month Custom built Fiberglass LET US HELP! ;1; RESIDENTIAL 1Km
Tom Rimes, Sarah Edwards, All advertisements of this from $10. Expert Repairs Fishing Boat
Green Edna nature must be paid In advance all makes. Parts and Acces- EducationOpportunity We Handle
Roy Hayes, Myrtle m j
unless an established sories for all vacuums. BuiltIn 24 Hr. Service
monthly account Is main. t FOR RENT 1 Central vacumn cleaning EXOTIC CRUISESTo
tamed with this newspaper. systems. 712 N. Main, Gaines- The 111 PHONES J
Mailing and bookkeeping; ville 376-7110 Room & Board CARRIBEANSAlso
costs have advanced. makingit A1sontMobil. ;11 i i1
Doyle Cleaners Airline Ticketsand Office Ph. 964.8602
necessary to make this Travel AndAdventure
adjustment.It FOR RENTMobile home on FOR SALE20 acres of farm Hom. Tours 1 Home 485.3751 :::

Suwannee Store I Is much preferred that Kingsley Lake. Phone Jerry land. Lawtey, Fla. Call 782- SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES Call 964.7449 Jj :
f1 f1m
Are BurglarizedTwo classified In advertising rather than beplae..d Glover, Jacksonville, 724- 3297 or 782-3328. Immediate In Stark Expanoo Rooms & Add TOWN FINANCE CO. : 766 N. Grant St.
person. 5472 after 5 No pets.4t sale. Itp '
p.m. Phone P.O. Box 226 N. Temple :
964-6976 On Room
by telephone so as to avoid 3/22 m Starke, FloridaINTERESTED J
and erroM. *7" i*" Gainesville 372-4838 Free Delivery and Set Up .
breaking enteringstook LOTS FOR SALE Starke 100 ::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::;:;::::::::::;:::
place the night of Feb. 11 Golf 2 Yrs. Active\ Duty MILE RADIUS U IfniAgency
or early Feb.12, one at Doyle's FOR RENT12' wide Mobile & Country Club, ready for BANK FINANCINGHWY I
Cleaners and the other at Su- stllllrsral homes outside city limits. J. building on or for Investment. Naval Reserve 17 NORTH Inc. IN BUYING I
wannee Food Store, both next B. White. Ph. 964-6114. tfchg Lots area approximately 1/2 GREEN COVE Reg. Real Estate Broker OR SELLING? I
acre and larger. Paved roads 9/73
to each other on West Call MISCELLANEOUS
Streets MOBILE HOME: OWNERS- only 3 minutes from town. 2/154T 3/8 Tel. 284.5001 264-7311 Paul & Irene Faulkner CONTACT !
Starke Police think that the Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 Associates
Pick lot from
your large selection -
two crimes might have been in several locations. p.m. tfchg 206 S. Water Stre.t GEORGE ROBERTS I

committed by the same per- LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast $15.00 per month plus Inter- 0. C. Camts Nursery WE MAKE ALL Starke, Fla. 964.5065 REAL ESTATE
son persons. ALL
$4. 8 records
long play
Ph. 468-1551 964-8331.
est. or
Diet Plan, $3. RE- Thousands of Plants
Doyle's Cleaners was broken with X-ll MAJOR APPLIANCE WANT TO SELL OR
during March for only $2.98at
3/15. Charles
4tp Zipperer
Into sometime between 6 DUCE excess fluids with X- Fruit Trees, Shade Tr....
Dahmer's Discount. BUY REAL ESTATE
Pel, $3. Money Back Guarantee Evergreens, Camellias, REPAIRS Associate
p.m. Sunday to 7 7 a.m. Mon 5tchg 3/29 Call Us For Best Prices i'
day. J. D. Doyle, owner of at Koch Drug. 12tp--4/5 Azaleas. Roses EXPERT REPAIRMEN PHONE 964-7826
the store, want to his busi- ,Mast In Cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING Waiting fiefssro
ness Monday morning and saw WE GIVE SERVICE We get t FOR SALE 1GARAGE FOR SALESix rooms aria C4LL 96 -8363 ,- J 421 W. MADISON ST.
that the rear door had teen results! List your oroperty bath., house, partly furnishedwith 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starke,
five cleared. Good
opened, then reported it to for sale with us. Call today.-- hunting and acres fishing. Between Florahom.Hwy. 100. 659.2165 Starke
Starke Police, accordingtoClty BILL POWELL, BROKER:
Patrolman: Kenneth Carlton. 964-6464 or 964-6810 tfchg"ROOFIXG" SALE- Fri., Sat. & Call-964-5335 Lake Butler and or Providence.write Rt 2, Appliance Service IIIPP[ (&&7tt) TRACTOR CO.Telephon.372.3464.
The build-
subject entered the
Sun. 12 to 6. Household items, Box 120, Starke, Fla. Itp 323 Brawnle St. ''TF
Ing through the south door and
Specializing In misc. furniture, record player SEWINGMACHINE
went through several desk
heater, much more. FARM f MXCHIXES
and All wigs
drawers and the cash regis- repairs rerooflng: repairs -
FOR SALERegistered Angus
528 S. Walnut St. Itp
ter. It has not been determinedyet guaranteed 1 year.
bulls 1 and 2 year old. Phone MARTIN CAMPERSU.S. New & Used
how much was stolen from Aluminum Carports, Pattc
964-6114 J. B. White. tfchg
the building. Awnings, Door Hoods and Gut- FOR SALEPerfection wall Sales and Service 90 West. Lake City
Food Stamps, cigarettes gum ters. Roger's Upholstery, 3/4 recessed oil burner unit all PFAFFELNANew Phone 752-3723 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441)
and candy were the only things mile North 301. 9648350.4tp controls and drum, very good FOR SALE2 registered Home For Bt Selection Of
taken from the Suwannee Food 329VICTOR condition. 468-1361. ltp horses, 1 filly, 1 gelding.Stutz GAINESVILLE. FLA.
Store that has been noticed camper topper, long wheel WHITE TRAVEL TRAILERS
missing so far. It was robbed base. 13'8" stump-knocker MINI-HOMES "Where Service Is The Better Idea"
sometime in the same period. FOR SALEStarter calves fishing boat. Honda 50 mini $49.50 up TRUCK CAMPERSAND
Starke Policeman Mi-rvln! 3 to 5 months old. Also horses. bike. Ph. 473-4435. r 4tp TOPPERSFull
Jackson< was the investigating i 964-8813. Itp 3/15 Parts & Repairs on
officer of the food store and CHAMPION ELEC- all other make machinesNATIONAL Line Of Parts And STARKE BUILDERSA
TRIC Add Machines, $99.50.
Carlton at Doyle Cleaners.
Ideal for home or office. No Service TF Complete Building Service

plastic, all metal. Bradford PINEHURST GROCERY AND VARIETY STORE Phone 9642"0 .219 Washington\ / "I
County Telegraph Starke, 1-1 aCONGOLEUMSHINYLVWL
My Neighbors"I Specuil; One Week Only On
611 W. Univ. Ave. Three bedroom, living room, !
-- dining room, kitchen,one bath,
DOUBLE KNIT Gainesville, Fla. utility room & Carport. Fur- "The No Wax Floor" $4.59

i r NUGENT ELECTRIC nished, 2 1/2 mi. outside city, Completely Installed Compare At Sft.50 Per Sq. yd..
: $4.99 Now $3.99 378-1355 two acres land. Very nice,

Service $3.99 Now $2.99 Store Hoursof must ciated.be seen to be appre- BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI
HWY 100 East t&&m0.eao oaeoeoLONG
Residential And Sflrkc Mrrrrtl!I And Chrl.tln- .n 7 Days A \Week LOW NYLON
Commercial Wiring CHAMPHome High and dry In City. Nice Muny Colon To ChooM From $ Q7
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Additional Outlets., I ,and Building dining room, living room, and Installed Over Rubber Padding. Pot Sq. yd.
: Air Conditioning 11: NOTICER.O. Materials utility room, large lot.
Hookups : SHAG

: Trailer Pole Meters 1 1 WE BUILD Home and 31-1/2 Acres locate 100,. Continuous The Carpet With' The Now Look!
Simmons Equipment ed on SRD. 100 South. Home Fil. Nylon
24-Hour Service Many Colon To Choose From
"Your Plant Or Our 3 bedroom, CB construction. $7 fit?
see 1 .carry.'. my own insurance, Phone 964-8641 11 1 Has Moved To Starke 1 Your Lot Or Ouri." Land roads bordered and one by graded two paved road. Completely Installed Over Rubber Pudding Pr Sq. Yd. JJrpwftxfcftSfcWft

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11 All Your Poultry 1j| j t Remodeling Additions. Repairs BILL POWELL BROKER g g 1 j:

NUSfSDij4. : Needs } Homes Bought Sold 964-6464 11| Sewing Machine |
.. 1. Equipment 1 j 1 : Traded OR



1650 N. Temple Ave. 964-7212 ;f'::1'! MON FRI. 8 to 5 :|: j j. Hwy. 301 S. Starke TF i 964-6593 I: i!

Starke, Fla. Open 9-7-1-6 Sun. : 317 E. Brown!.. St.. Starke, Fla. :|::1 .

Mustang Is New Having rilONE 904/964-6819., 4Tp/29 :| OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY. l

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f. .i! 1972 12 x 65' 2 Bedroom 2 Baths Washer & Dryer


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This Sale Only AppliesTo Or Houses i Mustang,tNC.,

Homes In InventoryNow. : Pick Yours From flyer 100 Selections In One Of : j


COME IN & SAVE S $15 Per Month Plus Interest : New & Used 12.51 Ara rr 1 : i
$3,995 f Lake Fla
FROM $1500-51200 WHY RENT? I Soles Service >$ n

1650 N. Temple Ave. 1 496-3601 11 i
of the Mall |
Supply Is Limited. | Phone 468-1551 Or 96 -8331 : 1 Mi.GAINESVILLE North 964.7212 Starke, Fla.

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