Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03886
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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 15, 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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paving secondary

roads at a price the

'w'' :%. MR ParksZoning county can afford,

the Bradford commission -

was okayed for one mobile Monday

home park in the City of Starke and asked the State Department -
,..,.. the Zoning Board disclosed in a sur- of Trans-

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owned by Young America Corp. has engineering only.

Made Of Former: SchoolOld been zoned for mobile homes since From that point the commIssion -

1969.A plans to use county
road department forces to
RJE High School in the Reno section of Starke Replacement value of such a 24-classroom school Kampgrounds of America vealed the parcel has been bring roads to grade, cut
was in shambles Feb. 19 due to vandalism as the Bradwith shop, cafetorium, gym, and office suite would be Inc., mobile home park zoned for mobile homes since drainage ditches, and put downa
ford School Board toured the school abandoned since $500,000, Supt. Jim Temple told board members. and overnight camping faci- November 1969. Applicant Jim lime rock base. Then the

August 1970. "It's worse than bad," Temple stated. Board members lity, had no trouble at all Stelogeannis was apparentlys. county plans to hire ft private -
agreed that something must be done with the school getting the zoning board to paving firm to lay the
Debris of all types was strewn over the entire school, to reclaim it and to put it to some type of use. Plans approve Its needed change ( .. Page 4)) asphalt topping.

Including beer and whiskey bottles broken glass broken are to make RJE an operations center for maintenance from residential to commercial Plans are to beat the
furniture. Most classroom doors stood open, the locks personnel and to store buses. Plans are also to fence in the board having seen 000 mile prices $80-
per contrac-
broken. Many windows stood open, the .majority of them the school and employ a fulltime .guard t-/"I.'honthe'fJ': ** the quality facilities opera- BHS CoedIs tors are now getting for stan-
with glass broken out. premises. ted by that corporation.There dard lime rock and asphalt
was no one to voice objec-
topping, prices the county can
Top get almost nowhere with the
The KOA application was on
$172,000 it currently has built
an 18-acre parcel on US-30I up In its secondary road fund
south Just south of the W. A. BusinessStudent

I School Staff ReorganizationSet I Stern assured property.Mrs. W.Phil A.Wanroy Stern which An agreement the DOT keeps.was reached

that a 50-foot buffer zone of Monday for the DOT to pro-
natural growth would be left ceed with engineering workon
between the mobile home park the Pleasant Grove Road
Miss Martha Sue Buckleyhas
and camping facility and her been selected one of 10 northwest of StarKe, a 1.3
New Administration
By property. outstanding business students mile stretch of present dirt
road running east and west
Hearing that, Mrs. Stern In the state by the Flo-
from Sn-15 to the Brownlee
said she favored approval of rida Business Education As-
Road (SR-229)).
of Bradford accreditation services and grams Jean Chltty. There 4) A director of vocation- the zoning change for KOA. sociation.
school adminIstra- comprehensive planning.The would also be a new auditor al-technical education, now She had Just asked that a Once that engineering workis
staff was approved at for Internal accounts and a Connie Clark. He would su- fence be erected. Wanroy said '.! completed the county will
March 6 meeting of the six administrators new purchasing agent, prob- pervise, as he now does, vo- the setting would be kept as ,\1' begin grading work on the
board, as recommen- working under the superintendent ably Ruth Darley, now secretary natural as possible, in keep- road, figuring anything done
by new Supt. Jim Tem- would be: to Douglas. (s.* ray. 4)) Ing with KOA's general theme. toward bringing: a road to
and new Deputy Supt. Bill I) A coordinator of opera- grade Is progress.No .
tions, who would be responsible The property was owned by
for maintenance, ware- W. H. Noegel and A. E. Mc- schedule has been set
be effective July 1 and housing and transportation.This Local Probe Kinney with local realtor to pave any roads, however.
accompanied by a new Is a new position for George Roberts handling the The commission is feelingits
grade system now being which Temple said he will transaction. Roberts was con- way as It goes. The board
to go with It, the re- recommend Eddie Douglas gratulated by Herb Thomasfor feels the agreement with the

would see the present purchasing agent. bringing an Industry suchas DOT's Rufus Ogden; loca-
operate under six de- Into Deaths KOA Into the area. tion engineer, and Robert
headsthree su- 2) A coordinator of food Pearce, design engineer, Isa
and three coordi- services to be In charge of During consideration of another big step forward.
at lower pay grades. all programs and services 38-acre parcel across The two DOT engineers a-
related to food service. Sue from the Longhorn Restau-
greed with the suggestion."I .
new personnel are to Chapman, a former Gaines- Still ActiveStill rant, Zoning Board Member
to maintenance to ville hospital dietician holds can see where the county -
up that section of school that position now. Paul Canova suddenly re- can: do considerable sav-
which Supt Tem- ing by doing its own gradingand
says has been groosly 3) A business affairs man- wrestling with scat- rectly to Dallas where they drainage," Ogden said.
with all the new ager, a new position, to supervise tered clues all over the United talked to one suspect. Then He pointed out this is the
school build- all business mattersof States, Bradford Sheriff Dolph they flew to Denver and Interviewed Hill Named practice of a number of Flo-
to maintain. Six new the board including atten- Reddish returned Feb. 16 froma three more sus- Martha BuckleyA rida counties.

positions have dance reporting, budgeting trip to Colorado: and Texasto pects. All four are of the Reluctantly, aa usual, the
> created in a 16-man de- accounting, financial reports, interview suspects there same family, have been In Mayor OfHampton beauty contest winner as board also reestablished a
to be headed by a accounts payable auaiong: about the Nov. 30, 1971 slay- Florida, and are Jailed on well as an outstanding busI- list of priority paving pro-
coordinator of operations. payroll purchasing, inven- ings at Nell's Beauty Shop murder charges. ness education student at jects, as requested by the
tory, and Federal accounts. between Melrose and Key- Bradford High School, Miss DOT. The same priority list
t'I I appreciate Personnel in that department Reddish repeatedly states Buckley recently won first
stone Heights.He the county has had for the
It's the first big hur- would be the same ones as the investigation is continu- place in shorthand in Junior several
past was nam-
said Dep. Supt. Kllpa In the present finance office: was accompanied on the ing, that It has not been nar- Veteran Hampton city coun- stenography at a District d ed with the years exception that
after board member trip by Assistant State Attor- rowed down, and that his department -
accountant Dot Epperson contest in Lake City. She will
,pay is still Into cilman Don Hill was appointed the number one project, installation -
Stan Morris of Gainesville looking
Thompson's motion to ney for the state Future
roll officer Grace Ritch, and mayor Tuesday night to compete of train signals a:
the and Florida Bureau of various angles. There are no
new organizational accountant for federal pro- plans to file timeS. fill the unexpired term of Business Leaders Assoc. the New! River crossing: was
was approved un- LaW Enforcement Agent Dal- charges any
former Mayor Willard Thomas eliminated.That .
ton Bray. (S.. Page 4))
( .. Page 4)) who resigned March 1. action moved the four
PHNAC ProgramSet Main reason for the tripat
need an official plan- road paving projects up a
the present time was that Hill resigned as chairman
document notch the list. .
Kllpatrick FridayThe on
his duties finally allowed him BITS Band of the Hampton city council
the board when he and Set now as number one pri-
( ) suggested the new public is cordially Invited time to make the five day Tuesday night saying his Job Heavy ority is the Pleasant Grove
trip Sheriff Reddish says. To CompeteThis with Liberty National Life Insurance -
plan. Both said,however, to attend the annual Road, referred to above. O-
There has been big breakin him in
no Co. keeps 2.32 In.
plan, which calls for meeting of the Bradford County Saturday Avg. ther secondary projects for
the triple murderkidnapping Palatka too much now. lie
Public Health Nursing Advisory -
positions, will be con- future paving were as:
March case, Reddish states. suggested that he might bet-
on funds being avail- 16 8 Council In Friday the "It's settled down to a long, Bradford High School's Band ter serve the city as moyor Rain from the week of March 2)) Crawford Settlement Road
at Agricul-
when the Is p.m.
new budget will participate in the Flo- 5-11 totaled 2.32 inches aver- SR-16 to SR-
tural Building at the Fair- drawn out matter of leg work. for the remainder of the pre- which runs from
in June. In a lot of cases you have rida Bandmaster's Associa- sent term. aging from three towers. 229, a distance of 3.8 miles

funds staffing are short, will the grounds.A program. will be presented Information given you and tion District Band Concert The council agreed, appoint- The five year average for in the Lawtey-Hellbronn sec-
program "Help for Handicapped some you have to work for. Contest Saturday at 4 p.m. ing Hill mayor. Hill said he March is 3.07 Inches. So far tion.
cut by Kllpatrick whatever said.amount Hannah and Pregnant Pearl" We're having to work for this at the P. K. Yonge Schoolin will make a decision whetherto this month rain is .65 Inches 3) Laura Church Road, 3.6
one." Gainesville.The run again for the council away from catching the to- mile loop off SR-16 north-
chart submitted to the But the sheriff, who took annual contest Is opento next year. east of Starke.
0 0 1 board showed the Fair Ride the case under his personal the public and the BHS Appointed to the vacancy tal.Heaviest day for New River 4) Bessent Road, an extension -
board and the public at wing when still chief deputyto band will be among the many left on the council was Pat and Santa Fe Towers was of one mile from where
top at equal levels above Tickets On Sale his sheriff-father, P. D. bands in the district trying Glover, who served on the the ninth when at New River paving now ends at the Starke
superintendent. The su- Reddish, makes it clear his for a Superior rating and a council last year. The coun- it rained 1.3 Inches and at city limits running east and
would have di- Advance ticket sales for department Is still deeply Involved chance to enter state com- cil then elected Glover as its Santa Fe rained 1.8. Louis south to SR-230 east of Starke.

supervision of all six midway rides at the upcom- In Investigating the petition. new chairman. Hill Tower measured .70 Inches The board Is still
{!I and all schools. ing April 4-7 Bradford remain Bands start playing Fridayat toying
County slaying and will so. Former Mayor Thomas did March 9 but measured with the idea of trying the
deputy superintendent Fair will go on sale Mondayat Reddish had been In touch 4 p.m. and resume againat not appear at the meeting. .8 the day before. sand asphalt mix roads which
be directly responsible the Chamber of Commerce with authorities in Coloradoand 8:30 Saturday morning.The Thomas resigned two weeks Three fires destroyed 13 Columbia County Is buildingnow
and handle specifically office Walnut and Call StreetsIn Texas long before his trip public may enter and leave the ago citing a disagreementwith acres of land recruitment, em- Starke. last week to Interview murder auditorium at any time a bandis the council over the handling County during the seven Another choice Is to see If
: : separation, rec- Ride tickets will be on sale suspects there. leaving the stage or another of a garbage contract. day period. According to the with the county doing muchS.
Job analysis and clas- there through April 3 at the The trio of law officers Is setting up for Its (See story on page with Hamp Division of Forestry all fires

r data processing reduced price of five for $1. left Jacksonville and Hew di- performance. ton Area News -Ed.) were deliberately sec. ( .. Page 1 4))

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TELEGRAPH Mar. 15, 1973

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*.(I Birthdays ifA') > Club Personals Meetings! I tL).

4t Parties I Births Teft

Stiow.r. Gladys Mooty Socl.ty Editor. 964.7608

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:." Shower Given
Mrs. E.S. SibeyCeebrafes / UDC Sets Date Eiland-Lawson Altar Society ,1'i :fI'

/ 80th For Confederate Date Set Mar. 17 Plans Coffee For BrideelectMiss Sharon Eiland

BirthdayMrs. Memorial ProgramMembers Miss Sharon Suzanne Elland, And Bake SaleSt.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I Sharon Elland March
E. S. Sibley celebrated of W. T. Weeks Carl T. Elland and Tony Lawson Edward's Altar Society 17 bride-elect, was honoredat
her 80th birthday Saturday Chapter UDC, were enter- son of Mr. and Mrs. met in the Parish Hall after a bridal shower last Friday -
March 10 at a surprise tained at the home of Mrs. W. E. Lawson will be unitedin 1. Ash Wednesday services with night in the Madison Street
party given by Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Beard Wednesday after- marriage Saturday Madison March Mrs. Francis Meng presiding.Mrs. Baptist Church annex. Hostesses
Harry Nadeau of Miami and noon of last week with Mrs. 17, at 8 p.m. in the James Moore has were Mrs. R. 0,Dans-
Mr. andMrs.CharlesC.Johnsat L. G. Powell and Mrs. George Street Baptist Church.All altar care for March and Mrs" by Mrs. P. T. NoUn Mrs.
the home of the latter. Flynn, Sr. as co-host- friends and relativesare William Vogeney offered to do C. L. Cooper Mrs. O. T.
The dining table was cov- esses.It Invited to attend.Headstart this work during April. Dor km an, Mrs. J. T. Lawson -
ered with a lace cloth and Mrs. Gladys Weldon ann- Mrs. Ewell Lawson,Mrs.
centered with pink and white was voted to have the Parents ounced that comfortbags were Charles Scott, Mrs. N. p.
floral arrangement.Mrs. Confederate Memorial Day being collected and would be Joyner, and Mrs. Marie Sie-
Sibley was presentedwith service on April 29 at the Plan Fish Fry r distributed to the.veterans at mer.
her gifts by her granddaughter Crosby Lake Cemetery with the Lake City Hospital later
Krlsty Johns. Mrs. Johnny Barrett In chargeof $ this month.
Bradford Headstart Par- invited attend The refreshment table was
Refreshment were servedby arrangements. Members were to -
ent's PTA will hay e a fish of Spiritual Renewal NormanTo covered with a gold lace cloth
Mrs. Nadeau and Mrs. a Day Shirley
Johns and were assisted by During the program Mrs. fry Friday March 16, from at St. William's in Key- and centered with a crystal
Mrs. Grace Searle and Krlsty. Lester Crews and Miss Madge 5 to 9 p.m. at the RJE stone Heights on March 12. Wed Mr. Wise punch bowl encircled with Ivy
report on school in Starke. Cole slaw and daffodils. The sheet
Middleton gave a II I Plans were made for a cake
Approximately 20 guests the District Two meeting In baked beans and mulletor I coffee and bake sale following Mr. and Mrs. Marklee J. at one end of the table was
were Invited to enjoy the affair Jacksonville Feb. 15.T trout will be served. Mass on March 18. Norman of Hampton announcethe decorated with green and gold.
$1.25 or 75C for adults and Mrs. Lester Humphries Informed engagement and approachIng An arrangement of spring flowers -
>m nfixt meeting will beheldat 50(5( or 75C Historical SocietyTo the home of Mrs.E.L.Matthews Coast Deanery Spring meetingto Shirley Darlene to William piano.
with Mrs. Maude Fields DUPLICATE BRIDGE be held at Assumption Par- Ralph Wise, son of Mr.
Meet TonightThe and Miss Madge Mlddleton CLUB RESULTST. ish in Jacksonville on March and Mrs. Ralph Wise of Law-
as co-hostesses. A. Sundem and Mrs. Ed- Linda Mehlman Weds Hank GrahamIn 21. Bishop Paul Tanner will tey.The Games were played by the
During the social hour the ward Burns, and Mrs. Liza concelebrate Mass with Par- wedding will take placeat 30 guests during the party
Bradford County Historical hostesses served refresh Mlneslnger and Mrs. Ida Shaw California Church CeremonyMr. ish Priests and a Panel Dis- 8 p.m. on Friday April houn. a3 prizes awarded to
Society will be Thursday ments. tied for first place at the cussion will follow on "Fam- 20, at Reynolds Chapel at the winners. Among the guests
March 15, at 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club Tues Camp Blanding with a recept- weN Mrs. Carl T. Elland
and Mrs. W.J. Mehl- The bride's table was cov- ily Union in Christ".
in the Bradford County LI- Mrs. Rhea John- ion at the Of cer's mother of the honoree and
day night. man of Philadelphia Pa. announce ered with a white net cloth Mrs. Richard Richards and following.
Mrs. W. E. Lawson mother
brary. son and Mrs. Hilda Dey were the marriage of their over white satin and edged Mrs. James Moore were appointed Club.
second.iV daughter Linda to W. II. with a garland of greenery. to the Nomination All friends and relatives are of the groomelect.DAY .
(Hank) Graham HI of Diamond Centering the table was a Committee. They were askedto Invited to attend.
Bar Calif., son of Mr. and tall three-tiered cake on present a new slate of +.00000'
Mrs. W. H. Graham Jr. of pillars with a flowing fountain officers at the April 11 meet-
Starke. The wedding took place under it. The cake was
z b Feb. 17 at 2 p.m. in the topped with a bride and groom ing.Father James tregan: encouraged CARE CENTERFrom
United Methodist Church La- and flanked by two four- members to have
Verne, Calif., with Rev. Tho- branched epergnettes with their families participate in Arm Baby To School
mas Taylor performing the burning tapers centered with/ the Stations of the Cross ser-
s nuptials. an arrangement of spring fio- vices to be held each Fridayat NOW PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
Centering the altar was a wers. 7:30 p.m. during the Holy
low basket of mixed spring Following a wedding tripto Season of Lent.G. CONSTANT CARE-2 BALANCED MEALS|
&'t flowers flanked by two four- Maul Hawaii the coupleis
branch candelabra with white residing at Diamond Bar. Greater Bethlehem Freewill

tapers. Calif. A. Gay celebrated his
Gary Turner of San Francisco Mr. Graham is supervisorfor 75th birthday with a party Baptist Church
Calif served as best Xerox Corporation, and at his home Wednes-
given Cor. Ash & Chestnut Ph. 964-8866
V 44 man and usher. Mrs. Graham will teach in day night, March 7.
The bride, given in marriage the elementary school.
by her father wore
a lone white pole de sole

Bradford Countys Friendly Florist deep gown yoke with and stand-up long sleeves collar

edged in lace. It had self- SPRING
FRESH CUT FLOWERS covered buttons down the CARPS
front of the yoke. She car- ,
ried a nosegay of blue cornflowers
Special andred, pink,' white
and yellow carnations and dai- /f
sies with a gardenia in the SAVINGS
LOHGSTEM $8.50 DOZ. center and red streamers.In DNIY .
ROSES her hair was a crown of SATURDAY
the same flowers. THURSDAY, fR\DA'l\
$6.50 \
Mrs. David Lawrence of San
Francisco served as matronof Introducing Carps Sensational i I Line of j Men'sShort
Sleeve Dress Shirt
CARNATIONS *.. .50 DOZ. honor wearing a burgan-
1ORDERS + ; dy Victorian long dress with Canvas Footwear Long point collar
white collar and cuffs. She
Cash And Carry carried a nosegay of the same : Assorted colors 177
flowers as the bride with Sizes I4'/ to 17
white streamers and the same CARPS SUPERS
flowers in her hair.A .
118 S. COURT (BEHIND KOCH'DRUGS) reception was held at the

home of the bride and groom SUPER QUALITY SUPER VALUE AND A
964.8400 where a Valentine theme was ,,
carried out in the decorationswith
gracing the dining room wall. "
,.GIFTS Standing in the receivingline 5' They're here! Canvas footwear whose quality compares
1 were the bride and groom, with others costing dollars more .."CARPS
their parents and the wedding SUPERS" famous Carps quality ata 1
budget pleasing price! Men's Flare Bottom 't
party. Double Knit Slacks

Men's Low Qtr. Basketball Shoes Reg. to $9.97 .

( LARRY WILLIAMS Mr. and Mrs. John Miller L- Rubber suction sole
55, and children, Kevin and Mary .Padded collar & tongue i
Shop Keeper 4; Anne spent the weekend 'S:' .Cushioned arch support 7-
camping at Rodman Dam.Correction .Gold Navy or White
L .Men's Sizes 6Vi to 11
Big Boy Sizes 2'/i' to 6
,- Save $2.02Handsome e
The marriage of Miss Shar- GRIP solids
lynn Wynell Mann to Gene Stephen t.Pa.iny 100% Polyester
Gordon will take placeon uhbw-I- .
Sizes 29-40 I
provid polillve I
March 30 at 8 p.m. at gripl j
the home of the Bride's uncle -
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.D. .
E. Nettles

raMen's SAVE ON-



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"1r} Ladies Double Knit|
Boys Youths Star Men's Terry Lined / ... l Polyester

Fresh Seafood Shrimp Basketball Shoe Deck Shoes '; t

.Cushionedlnsolearch Heavy duck upper, Pant
Cedar Key Oysters] Red, White,Blue printMen's 269 fully padded insole 359

6Vj-ll' Boys In White or Navy
When In Season] 2>/.,6, Youths 10-2 Sizes Gila' to 12 WOMEN'S $2.69
Fresh Meat

Cut To UUSM Order 2 BLKS W. HWY 301 k, Price Sale

On S.R 16 Behind :: : L.T: $
: : .ti 7 97Women's

731 N. Lake Handy Way Food Star.
"D" Ring Men's Boys, Gents and Misses ,

>Starka, Fla. 964.6725 Canvas Casuals Low Qtr. BB Shoes Oxford Tennis Shoes .M.ch'n."h.hl.' l 00"polyitltr

SALE O69 SALE SALE 'p.'t.t p",.,* (loin' With'
PRICE PRICE 269 PRICEWomen's I61Cushioned 'toted Suit pjitit 12 to. 20.

Heavy duck upper Red, Gold Black Insole,
Ripple rubber sole White, heavy duck upper CHA"Q era
Sizes 5 to 10 Men's 7.12, Boys 2'/,. White, Black Lt.Blue UM your
6, Youths i '
lOVj-IZ. Sizes 5-10 (Women's) Lundy
Gents S'/' to 10
12'/a-3 (Misses) ek'es'.3e

t Cutting & Wrapping t( Ql. e S. e& ,Halves Beef QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES Charge ItPog.2

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Mar. 15, 1973 TELEGRAPH Poge 3

Hope Baptist April Named 75 Families

eople ou3L\now Aided By FarmOwnership

Revival Set Cancer MonthApril Loans

March 18-25 will be cancer Month Seventy-five Florida families -
Mrs. Frances ,
Kimberly Dukes Birthday Party Miss Madge MIddleton, Mrs. for the Bradford County unit have received Farm

Has Ruth Frazier, Mrs. Lucile Evangelist Billy Kelly from of the American Cancer So- Ownership loans during the
Birthday Part/ For Tia ThorntonMiss
ciety. first three quarters of fiscal
Brown and Mrs. Eunice Sear- Pelham, South Carolina, will County quota for
Ing attended the district two lead services at Hope Baptist the 1973 fund-raising driveIs year 1973, according to ClaudeL.
Little Kimberly Dukes cele- Tla Thornton celebrated luncheon-meeting of Alpha Church of Theressa dur- $3,000. Greene, Jr., State Director -
brated her second birthday her 16th birthday last Sat- Delta Kappa, sorority at Fer- ing revival week, March 18- Special events are planned of the Farmers Home Administration -
last Friday evening, March 9, urday night when her par nandina last Saturday. for the month: a Roadon These 75 loans
when her parents, Mr. and ents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernie 25.The two Sunday morning April 21, In charge of represent a total of $2,198040. ,-
Mrs. J.C. Dukes, gave a par- Thornton, gave a party for Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Bald- services will begin at 11 a.m. Miss Doris Overstreet; and Other lenders also participated -
ty for her with several little her and 25 young people at win and Col. and_Mrs. H. M. and the evening services at Mouse to College, by Charles In the making of
friends and relatives at- their home In the Pine Level Hatcher were at Point Clear, 7:30: p.m. Francis. these loans by providing an
tending community.A Ala. last Monday to Friday Rev. Kelly has been a full Residential chairman for additional $400,000. "This
The refreshment table was hobo theme was carriedout attending a Rotary confer time evangelist for many the drive are Father James $2,198,040 Is provided by pri-
covered with a "Happy, Birth- during the evening, with ence. years. He is also an accom- Cregan, and Miss Francis vate lenders and Investorsand
day" cloth with matching John Lee winning the prize for plished gospel singer. Jenkins.IncomeTaxes. Is insured by the Far

napkins, and centered witha the most authentic hobo cos- Ben (SargeSuslow,who suffered On Sunday and Saturday mers Home Administration",
birthday cake. Colored tume. a heart attack recently, nights singing groups from Mr. Greene said.
balloons were strung around Sloppy Joe hamburgers and Is a patient in the GainesvilleVA the Faith Memorial Baptist "During the fourth quarter
the party room. The youngsters soft drinks were served, a- Hospital.Mr. Church of Jacksonville will of fiscal :year 1973 there remains iri:
were given paper, hats long with the birthday cake sing. The Hagan Family from Should Be Paid a $1,301,960 allotment
and toys as favors. decorated in a patchwork design and Mrs. L. C. Early Whitehouse Baptist Church Check Or MO for Farm Ownership loans In
Mrs. Dukes was assistedin following an exciting visited Mr. and Mrs. Amos will sing Tuesday night. W.B. By Florida", he continued.
serving by her sister,' hayride. Sanford in Astatula last Tues- McKInney Starke violinist,
Debbie Spengler.Mr. Assisting In serving and entertaining day to Thursday. will render special music Floridians should use a For Information regarding ,
check or money order to pay Farmers Home Administration -
were Mr. and Mrs. ,
Wednesday night. .
their 1972 Federal Income tax, loans, contact Charles E. "
Gary Wheeler and Mrs. B.M. The evangelist and other .: .
Mr. and
Mrs. Mack William .
A. J. Jr. District Snell County Supervisor, I
McRae. will present specialsIn O'Donnell \
and Frank Wllilttns
were groups FHA Northeast Avenue .
Director of Internal Revenuefor 412 I ;
visiting relatives In Wllmlng song. The choir will add Gainesville Fla. phone ) "
r Florida, said this week. ,
ton Burgaw and Currie N. to the programs.The .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ma- director Unlike cash, a check or 376-5858. Mr. Snell serves .
CaTrade J C. last week. Enroute home church youth
thews, who have been visit- they visited Mr. and Mrs. "Butch" Redding is planninga money order gives a record Alachua and Bradford Coun-
Ing relatives here the past Bennie Williams in Savan- special youth service for of payment in case the pay- ties.
month, have returned to their nah, Ga. Sunday evening, March 25. ment Is lost In the mall. :
and Mrs. Irving Meres home in Clinton, Tenn. The young people of the church O'Donnell pointed out that THE BRADFORD

of Starke announce the birth Mrs. E. M. Davis spent the will be in complete charge taxpayers can stop paymenton COUNTY TELEGRAPH
of a son, Win Oscar, on Feb. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mon- weekend In Archer with her of the service. All young people a misplaced check or mon- Published every Thursday'
23 In Alachua General Hos- crlef spent the weekend with Invited ey order and make a new Call Street
sisters, Mrs. P. E. Stone, from this area are at 138 W.
pital. their son-in-law and daughter and Miss Mamie Anderson. to attend, and adults payment. Starke Florida 32091 yoU
Grandparents are Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. are encouraged to attend the Taxpayers should make

Mrs. Oscar Davis of Starke, Underlll and family India- Mrs. W. E. Dowling and young people's service. their check or money order Second Class postage paidat 11l

Mrs. Florence Meres of antic. daughter, Marian, had dinner Pastor Merle Packham and payable Service to the Internal and write Rev-in Starke, Florida
Jacksonville and Will Meres Saturday night with Mrs.DowUng's the members of the church enue ,
and Mrs. W. H. Noll- their social security number.Remember WIINT
of Delphi N. Y. Mr. son-in-law and daugh- extend a cordial invitation to Subscription Rates:
man have had as visitors, ter, Mr. and Mrs. John Hartley the public to attend all of e In trade area: $6.00 per
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oliver, and sons in Jacksonville.Also the revival services. a more peacefultime year; $3.50 six months
Jr. of Fernandina on Satur-
Joining the family were when a Saturday Night Outside trade area: $7.00
day and Mr. and Mrs. CrosbyH. Mr. and Mrs. James Knight THIS
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bar- Special was a haircut? per year; $4.00 six months
Dawkins of Jacksonvilleon
rett attended the funeral of and Mr. and Mrs.James Dow A retired friend says his *
his mother, Mrs. Zelma Bar- Sunday. ling, all of Jacksonville. The fixed income needs fixing.

rett, In Eustis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stearns occasion was Mrs. KnIght's e .

Kathy and Lax Green HI of Lansing, Mich are visit- birthday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mat- RILEY PAVING Co. )( ?

of Gainesville spent the week- ing Mr. and Mrs. Homer and Mrs. Don Elder thews and Miss Madge Mid- ey
Stearns this week.AIM2C .
end with their grandmother, of Gainesville were Friday dleton will spend the weekendIn
Mrs. Lex Green. overnight guests of Mr. and Sarasota attending produc- Driveways-Parking Lots .
Mike Smith of San
Mrs. E. O. Elder.
tions at the Asolo State Thea-
Diego, Calif., son of Mr. and
Friends of Mrs. Jack Tra- tre. They will be accompanied
Mrs. X. M. Smith, has been Mr. and Mrs. George K. Mr. Matthews' sister
wick will regret to learn of by ,
the death of her brother,Hugh discharged after four yearsin Bennett of Orlando were Sun- Mrs. H. B. McLendon, of Or- 4732102P.O. BALDWIN
Anderson, of San Carlos, the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. day visitors of Mrs. J. E. lando. On their return Sunday
In Gaines-
Smith residing
are Wilson. the Matthews'
Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Trawick they will
attended his funeral in Tampa ville. son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
Monday.Mr. Mrs. J. T. Carver visited and Mrs. Bill Meng, In St.
Bill McRae, Carol Hardy her mother, Mt s. Harold Williams Petersburg Beach. Box 212 Starke, Fla. CHEVROLET
and Ed Oldes who sing with
and Mrs. Ronald Craw- the UF choir, had their spring In Jacksonville last '.'.'.'.'.'.'..'...'.'.....'...'................................................. ..,...........'.'.'.......'................LU..... ..... ...'...."........ .,,0....................,
ford and Kevin of Oca- Wednesday on Mrs. Williams'birthday .... ..:::.:....... .. .VY.I.'V.YnS';;;.:
concert Feb. 28 In the University -
la, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beas- .
Auditorium.Mr. I
ley of. Gainesville and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John Myers rf :;: OLDS
Bill Cope and daughter, Sharon and Mrs. Joseph Bettes
spent the weekend with their
of Jacksonville, were Sun- ?
of St. Augustine were Monday Chef Gas
day guests of Mrs. W. H.Hart daughter, Trish, at Wesleyan Ranges
on Mrs. Hart's birthday.Kev- overnight guests of her par- College In Macon, Ga. and 9;
ents, LTC and Mrs. V. J. 'n
attended Parent's Weekend.
in remained with his grand- 111'
Spengler.Mr. .
mother, Mrs. Hart, for a ; f fw. '
week's visit. Mrs. H. H. Adams is visiting 1: lttf" with the : Front
and Mrs. Anthony Beat-
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers :::: :
Local admittances to Brad- tie of Jacksonville, the for- In Brunswick, Ga. from -- .. f
mer Diane Firth of Starke, warmthof
Tuesday Thursday.
ford County Hospital this week
vacationing in Italy
Include: Jim Shuman, Waldo; '...
Mrs. Alice Metz, Franklin two weeks. Dr. Jean Mundy of Talla- ti \ Porch

Heltzel and Mike Seversky, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk end.hassee was home for the week- i woodtone 1

Keystone Heights; Berry entertained at a dinner par- .'.' I ,"

uel Barnes Whiddon J., Martin Hampton and, Mrs.;Mrs.and Maude Sam-Viola ty their Saturday son-in-law night, Vernon honoring Red- Mrs.Mrs. Bessie Kenneth Etheridge Graham and of f 1 II trimonly ;r.11.

Holllday, Starke. dish, on his birthday. Four Chlefland spent Monday and : (.. ;1: Sale
couples enjoyed the affair. Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. I I
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Win- '
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Ches- J. G. Jackson. i .. :
gate assisted In serving. :': :::1
ser of Salt Springs, Mr. and ::: ;:::
Mrs. Audy HInson of Palatka, Mrs. Eve Godwin,John God- : ., ,, ::
Mrs. Kathleen Goethe of :: .; ::
Mr. and Mrs. James Martin win and niece, Barbara God- 52..9 9..
and Miss Martha Dennis of East Palatka spent the first win, visited Mr. and Mrs.W. 111 1 1 12 NEW73HEVELLES
Tallahassee spent the week- of the week with Mr. S. Glover in Brooksvllle
end with their parents, Mr. Mrs. Herbert Thomas. over the weekend. : With Trade i 111ltnt

and Mrs. J. H. Dennis on
Mrs. J. Houston McClane Mrs. Robert Bush and 111
Dennis' .
of Green Bay, Wis. Is vis- daughter, Christy, of Orlando oo :
/ ;;;;:
iting Mrs. Betty Ann
of. and Livingston Mrs. John, Ala.Stringer are- lips and Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeB. were and Mrs.weekend James guests Barron.of Mr.The 1 r c_' ((.)J/jfltLVJlJ {jffjj@f 1 a

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Millard Flynn Sr. Barrens also had as Satur- :::: The oven on this Magic Chef }i::
Judd this week. day night supper guests, Mr. t;:: range keeps cleaning itself ::::
Mrs. Merle Mardis and Miss and Mrs. Mike Anderson.Mr. o.c while you cook. Spillovers, ::::
Elsie Knapp of Melbournewere ::5> food and grease spatters :: All Models.
Mr. and Mrs.Howard Shontz weekend guests of Miss and Mrs. Edward f disappear gradually during :::
of Elwood City, Pa. are visit- Madge MIddleton. Schwab of Merritt Island and =- Model 413 W38LW normal l baking and roasting ::.:
ing his brother-in-law and Oven liners tend not to :::;
Eddie Schwab of Gainesvillewere
sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mrs. Sally Bellamy, mother weekend guests of Mrs. ?::} become really dirty because .:::: Most Colors.
Kramer for several weeks. of Mrs. Jack McComb, underwent ({ they are continually being :
Myrtle Anderson. }
surgery Wednesday White, Avacoda cleaned }:

Misses Sandra Huggins and of last week in Baptist Hospital Mr. and Mrs. John Burton >> {
Patty Watson of Gainesville 1 Or Harvest Gold 1
spent Thursday to Sunday with and daughter, Peggy, and son,
Mark, of Knoxville, Tenn.will
Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- 'i
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Greene
attended the funeral of her be Mrs.weekend James guests Barron of and Mr.Mr.and And these great ideas, too 4 DOOR SEDANS.

gins.Mr. uncle, Fred Walker, In Wa- and Mrs. R. V. Turner.TYPEWRITERS -
and Mrs. Wlnfred Ha-
clssa Monday of last week. I I
zen of Gainesville were Sun- I
day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Lam- ki STATION WAGONS.EL
M. F. Hazen. bert of Newport were week- : Manuel or .
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Electric. For sale or rent.- :::: ':<

Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- J. C. Greene. Bradford County Telegraph i '
gins visited Mr. and Mrs. -____ CAMINOS.
H. E. Maltby In Palatka Sun- :::: OVIN WINDOW AND LIGHT. CLOCK WITH 1HOUBTIMKM. UNI-.URNER. The spaceageburnar :::
Bill's C.B. Radio & Equipment ::.:.: Let you se what I cooking So you won I torgat' Belt.,flame control ::.:
day afternoon.Mr. :: without toting oven heat and about what I cooking Or whanto than conventional burner.AIICMn ::
321 N. Tempi Av.. 964.8346 Stark Fla. :::: cool Use." ."0'switch Hart cooking Or even what Easier to operate" Even includes :::
and Mrs. Conrad Heln- '::r: 'to light up without opening" up lime to pick up the children. a built-In drip 'trayLIFTUP :::

old, and Dela.family were of Monday Wilmington of- Full Line Of Antenna Big Discounts]

last week overnight guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Red- Specialist I I

dish.Mr. ALSO .
and Mrs. A. S. Harri- } High Trade

son visited their son and family Base And Mobile Antennas :: :
Mr. and Mrs. RobertW. :}::}: Clean the und..burne,area Lets you clean the door at thesink should meal preparation be e :..fi::
Harrison, in Ocala Sun- "Horn Of Th. :: without obstruction And lakethe ,and gel up close to clean Iwo or threw'atep,11.1,7 Wegive :
Magnetic Signs"WITHIN
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FBLA WinnerFrom Roads .Ne11 s.N................. Zoning Ok. Death Probe. School Staff ,
( 1)) 12-15 In Miami.At their own outstanding student
Page vontlon April
(From Page 1)) clllty as a meeting place.
championship at the state con- that meeting the pretty award nomination from each Neal said the facility would (Prom Page 1)) (From Page 1)) (From, Page l 1))
.... I BUS senior will also vie with of 10 districts. Miss Buckleywill of the work. Including putting be of service to retired per- said Tuesday. cational-technlcal and adult
District in. aware that his land Reddish
of soon
down lime If parcel
nine other outstanding busi- the pav- sons In the southern tip of with the four men education program planningand
ness students for the first ing costs for the conventional Bradford County, and that A- was already zoned as a mo- Interviews
FLORIDATHEATRE A B-student In the secre- lime rock base bile home park.Stelogearmls were termed "enlightening'and Implementation plus responsibility -
annual FBLA outstanding student and asphalt lachua County; has already donated -
described for all other fed-
award. tarial sequence at BUS, Miss and rock topping can $25,000 toward purchaseof purchased the the men were "
_ The Florida Business Edu- Buckley also holds the title be brought down close to$10- a $40,000 tire truck. He land several years In the name "possible suspects. erally funded programs.
of Miss Tobacco Lease, Lake of the America Slayings under Investigation
000. Young Corp.,
cation Association at a recent said appeals for assistanceare supervisor of elemen-
of two 5)
City She developer of In the case are those
beauty pageant. was Chairman federally subsi-
committee meeting voted Bryan, being made to Putnam the position
first In the 1972 dized housing. His mobile beauty shop employes tary
to recognize and presentan runner-up Commissioners Dave Paulk, and Clay Counties as well, Turner 37, and Miss held now by Mrs. Lucille
Queen Pageant In home will be Bobby ,
7:00 FBLA Strawberry and Eddie Allen and Clerk park developed
Showtime-Weekdays annual outstanding since Melrose Is situated at
Bradford County; and a mem- Gib Brown Inspected under the name of Town & Patricia Marr, 22, who were Payne.
Club advisors
some of
student award. the Junction the four coun
Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:on asked to submit a stu- ber of the queen's court when of the sand and asphalt mixed Country Builders, Inc. of 0- shot to death In the beauty of
were 6) Supervisor secondary
she represented Bradford ties.Neal cala, he said. shop early on the
Friday, Saturday, Sundt f dent candidate from their local County In the 1972 Florida paving In Columbia County was told the only way Herb Thomas, Bradford resident Nov. 30, 1971. education, the position now
FBLA Chapter and, In the Bradford commission can Anderson.One .
Crown Beauty Pageant In when they attended the recent who owns land adja- Mrs. Turner's daugher,Va- held by C. C.
March 16, 17, 13 turn, the 10 FBLA district Jacksonville Beach. DOT road hearings. contribute would be throughIts cent to the Stelogearmls tract; lerie, 16, was seen being escorted change was made In
directors would then forward During the meeting with DOT assistance given to area appeared at the hearing to from the beauty shop the staff line-up by the board,
i engineers CommissionerDave fire departments, then turn- object to closing a road which by two men. Remains of her a clerk was added to the
Shuford asked why a DOT ed the request over to Ro runs through the proposed mobile were found in June 1972 business management area
survey crew was working on berts.Donated home park property and about two miles east Starke the suggestion of bookkeeperDot
/ i 1 ill ;$50 each for the
fI6ThRIVEW1RESTARKE SR-16 just west of Starke re- provides access to Thomas' just off SR-16. Epperson.
upcoming steer show and sale said the main
cently. The board was told property and others. Temple. pur-
at the Bradford County Fair
by Ogden that work was of the reorganizationplan
pre Thomas said the road would e e pose
7:00 paratory to a planned DOT and sponsored by the Brad- not be closed, that he would exercise* which was drawn Up
primary project of four-lan- ford Cattlemen's Association. II we assume that Kilpatrick, Is to establish
CLoseD ON TUES WED -THURS. see to that. He said the road baseball
Tfl Ing SR-16 west from US-301 Request for a donation or that an extension across US-301 good, why I is U that lines of authority; and responsibility -
16-17 to the city limits. Involved board members buy the grand and westward from the Lin- pta/ are always in worse' ; so each employe will
FRI.-SAT. MARCH champion steer was made Shape the rest of' w
by than
would be right-of-way pur- coln City Road, has been open ? know exactly which duties
chase which falls on the county former board member Zedra and In use for 80 when, spring comes around are and what he will be
DOUBLE FEATURE In Hamilton, County; Agent Bob- Stelogeannls said held responsible for.
"What mauthority does the by Taylor, and J. R. Wain- would be provided the access res-
SAMUEL Z A"KOF'AINMiRay county have towards saying wright. idents concerned.
Milland/ 5dyRIIen'suI whether a project Is car- -Delegated member Dave Thomas said he doesn't object
ried out or not?" Shuford Paulk to negotiate a settle-
VOUHAVENT to the mobile home parkIf Block has
'Rosey Grieras, asked. ment on the closing of road the road is not closed and Henry
SEEN ANYTHING "Everything "The last word Is the In Sampson City, the land on the park,permanently house
"qa'g : board's," Ogden replied. "If which Mrs. Agnes Johns had mobile home rental spaces, 17 reasons why
UNTIL YOU'VE SEEN you always It decides not to buy the right- rented to Mrs. Margaret McKinney is properly developed. you
r1MO'"U of-way then the project could to grow a garden.
WTrCOtO..R. wanted not be done." There is a question whetherthe Neither applicant has com- should come to us
know about In that way the commission road should be closed pleted plans.
\ learned It does apparently under a resolution by the board
Saber Production :1 sex* have authority; to determine closing all unused roads In The Starko zoning board will for income tax help.
An American International Release ua I'nilpd ArliMs BUT WERE AFRAID' i whether or not Its secondaryroad Sampson city. It must be meet again April 24 at 7:30
'ID 1073 A........n Ngrna.one/,I e. <*l TOASK, funds will be spent with- determined If the road Is used p.m. for a public hearing on
,j out its say-so. and, If so, If Its routing can rezoning a parcel 630 feet on Reason 17. You can get help on your tax returns
PLUS wew J.'''' _____ .. ... "I couldn't spend a nickel be changed without expense US-301 Just south of Alligator from the IRS. Free. Our average fee was about
out there (SR-16)knowing the to the county. Creek for Jackson Build-
12 dollars last But I think you'll feel more
PLUSSUN. condition of SR-18 Shuford ing Supply to be located there.
stated. Ogden said the SR- -Decided to contact the Key- The first 150 feet In depth comfortable coming to us. You'll know we're doing
It's 16 4-lanlng project was not stone Heights City; Council (westward) from US-301 Is the best we can to save you money on your taxes.
the Iii scheduled for several years. about joint use of a 10-acre already zoned for Industry,
i business
After all
we want your again, next year.
Shuford said DOT surveyorsat land fill In the Keystone Air- but the remaining 450 feet
day Q work on SR-16 told him port. of the Jackson property Is
that the project was to proceed im- zoned residential.
Nature mediately.The .
r e ited Artists commission had no Idea I-
strikes until Shuford happenedto
back! see the surveyors and stop
to ask why they were at workon

., MON., MARCH 18, 19 SR-16 being, planned that the by projectwas DOT. CAN AFFORD CHEAP

In other action Monday, the
THE HOUSE NEAR THE PRADO -Referred to member

George Roberts a request by -,. Quality Work Doesn't Cost It Pays
-PLUS Wilbur Neal of the Santa Fe \
Lake section a request fora BROWN REFRIGERATION D4J L iBLOCITHE
donation from the county .
SAMUEL 2 ARKQF nnfl JAMFS H NICNOl4'NJ' ': I... to assist in the building of AIR CONDITIONING INCOME TAX PEOPLE
"FROGS'l-: .RAY MILUND L Gj a firehouse and recreation -
SAM ELLIOTT/ JAN AA":.' .','"A1;:; .. ..' Rated 18 Yrs. Up center at Melrose. Neal saida WEATHERTON HEAT PUMPS : 118 NORTH WALNUTOpen
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CftCW.......'MoviriM......., An AMIRICANA@NAI' I[ ONAl. ,.Rf ,.I Melrose senior citizens -
11172...... .n ".. 0' MA -t Admission $1.25 group, of which he is a '226. S. Walnut St. Starke 9 A.M. To 6 P.M. Monday Thru Saturday Phone 964-8288
96 .7731
member, want to use the faN -
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I Letters to the Editor 'i' 7i n 1 i'

iNL .......;,..wr.... ., L'S \J .
RAIL r ,i ilac I'I'j.

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MAKING IT EASY Whatever is easy they will I'd have to go to the troubl,e ". '
do. If it is difficult
readily of finding out where to gc]
Dear Sir: they simply don't do It. It and then I'd have to look fo r
will be the same if the county the place, and being numbered -
I would like to tell why is wet. It liquor Is easily available with the ones who don''t pie like to live In quiet towns P 41 I
the people of Bradford Coun- In restaurants. In like to put forth much effort where there are no liquor
ty should vote against legalizing stores anywhere and everywhere Fd probably not tool;. stores. Making the sale ofn
the sale of liquor. I no one will be the But If there were stores o liquor legal will be the downk -
have been a teacher for 34 least bit hindered In his every street, I'd Just wal ginning of the downfall of a :l
years, and have noticed that search. Having to go to a In as soon as I thought I respectable county for after
students begin early doing little trouble to get liquor needed a quart of whiskey'. liquor Is admitted, all the 4 paxe
what is easiest to do. If the stops some people for I have other terrible vices will come
work Is hard and it Is go- found out from experience in Having to sneak around tc quickly. s?
Ing to require effort to do It, the classroom that what is get liquor bothers the con _s
only a'' few will do the hard somewhat difficult to do Is science of some people but t t So, please vote for Bradford
work and do their very bestto put off to the last, and often to be able to walk Into a store I County to remain dry and
accomplish the task. not ever done. just like walking Into Stump'a I let's make it the best place
is going to bother nobody'I to live In Florida.A .

These students, whengrown, If I, myself, wanted to buya conscience.
continue to act the same way. quart of whiskey right now. Then too, respectable pee, for- 55 Bradford years, Booster ..

Dorothy A, Swanbom
One hundred teventy.flve of service In the
years Unit
NCO' take
a break for chow during
Florida National Guard bivouacln the
It represented by these men who woods
CREDIT WHERE DUE were recently awarded by the Unit Commander. : SFC Donald WainwrIght' PSG J.E. T.mlln..n,
and Army Advisor SFC Mike
EDITORIALSTime I I Hass.y.J' .
Dear Editor: I
On Monday night March 5,
I witnessed the activities Involved -
In extinguishing small '
but potentially dangerous fire.I .
want to commend both the ;,
Starke Fire Department and
For A coon 76The the City Police Departmenton
their fast and thorough

Bicentennial Commission of area and explore the possibilitiesof work. It is good to know that f
help like this Is available C 3
Florida has announced the organization restoring an available buildingto when needed., N

of "Action '76" programs In six house the exhibit. v Sincerely .

Florida counties, including Alachua,
Dade, Duval Escambia, Lee, Orange, Although no such committee has Jerry L. McGrlff I ISTARIE I

and Polk. been established In Bradford County,

steps should be taken to form one WHO'S RESPONSIBLE? ( FLA
Action '76 Is a community par- and get it into action at the earliest

ticipation program through which each possible moment. Although 1976 To The Editor: I

county will complete some historical sounds a long way off at the present A recent letter to the editor -
project In time for celebrating the time, months and years have a habitof stated that the writer

200th Anniversary of our Nation.A rolling around with surprising was "not for a wet county,
speed, and it would be a shame for prostitution or sale of drugs." e..

steering committee is selectedIn Bradford County, with its rich his- be The decided matter by of the wet-dry voters.will ButI .

each county to represent a cross- toric heritage, to come up lacking feel sure that everyone Is SSG Mike Pruitt' and St"4
section of the community, and Its with a Bicentennial Project In 1976. against prostitution and sale In the Kalph Morgan are shown 'In Supply* Clerk SP4 Paul' Wheeler' Issuing' equipment 'In
responsibility Is to plan and imple- of drugs. He also mentionedsome shotgun room, demonstrating the use of bayonets on the uhit supply room to SPS Charles Wllkllon, PFC

ment selected community Improve- Especially, would this be deplorable deaths that were causedby Dennis Rhoden, and Ricky L.e.

ment projects for the Bicentennial when we are already more who drinking.does the responsibility Let me ask

observance. The Bicentennial Com- fortunate than Alachua County, hav- of teaching our children that National GuardOvernight
mission makes matching funds avail- ing a "natural museum" In our old there are better things than

able to each county for use in administering courthouse, while the historic Ala- drink and drugs In this life

Its program, and these chua County courthouse was torn to fall on? Bivouac \

grants are made on a population down many years ago. We send our children to
basis. Although the amount received church Sunday.The churches -

here would not be large, due to the have good youth programs.But Company D (Maintenance)
smallness of our county It is unfortunate that an entan- Is It the Ministers', Prea- 53rd higher headquarters, and a presented with awards for SP5 Dwayne Alday, SP4 Gerald -
comparative Support Battalion
the Regular
chers', PrIest'Rabbis'duty Army Advisor. their years of service In the Silcox SP5 James R. '
should take advantageof glement of red tape and lack of local National Guard unit
population, we was Florida Army National
to raise children? Theyare Guard: SP5 Martin
our McCarthy Stanley 1
communications between the two blvouaced overnight at Camp next training assembly
what Is available and make the
at school five days a SP5 Billy Geiger, SP5
boards involved-- the County Com- Blanding on March 3, conducting Is scheduled for March 1718at SP5 Oliver P. Hutto, 25
most of it.Neighboring, week from eight to three. But the Gary Coleman; Lt. Mike Thi-
mission and the School Boardhas what can the educators do when annual training tests. armory. years; PSG J. E. Tomlinson, bault, and Lt. Ronald L, Tho-

Alachua County is stalled progress toward creating a they have very little supportor The unit moved in the 60 The unit will attend annual and PSG Joseph N. Warren, mas, 5 years each.
in the old courthouse for cooperation from parents? it training at Camp Blanding 20 years each; SSG ClarenceR.
the possibilities museum vehicles assigned to from The awards
Investigating were
already Hutcheson, SSG Freddie presented -
The city recreation depart- from april 29 to May 13 with
more than a after the Historical the Starke armory Saturday by Capt. James
year Watterson R. Red-
of establishing, a museum exhibiting ment Is doing an outstandingjob other units of the florida and SSG James
that county's 'cultural and Society and the newly ,created with youth. We have a base morning Sunday.returning During to Its home stay National Guard. Dyal 15 years each; SSG dish, unit commander.
historical artifacts as Its Action '76 Historical Commission thought they very fine Scouting programfor at Blanding, the unit was vis- The George L. Lovell, and SP5 Guardsmen receive an a-
had been given the right to use the boys and girls. Both organizations ited by several officers from following members of PaulO. Landry 10 years ward for each five years of
project.The. the
Company each SP5 Malcolm
old building for this purpose. are beggln for a- were recently ; satisfactory service

dult help. Where are the '.'..'.'.'.'..'.'..'.'.'...'..''.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'...'.'...'..'..'.'.'...n............................................................................ ... _._ _dd
k2tx..i.: ""' :' ': : ':': ':':':':':':':'.'':'.::.':':':';:;;;':"' '':::0''''':;':';':';';;''' : ::;::;;::::;;: ..
24-member Action 76 Steer- "heartsick" then? The hand- ;;:;:::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::;:;:::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::

Ing Committee was appointed by the With the Action '76 program as ful of adults that do volun- of Bradford County. If the Bradford County His first

Alachua County Commission to examine an incentive, It is hoped that the teer their time tohelpnotonlybut people of this county have Lettersthis Job was teaching children who

the area's historical and cultural boards will get the matter of the are yours always and tin mine same as faces.Is well,. changed this much In 20 years, were considered hard to han-

significance and implement old courthouse clarified, so that all It their duty to raise our I fear to think what it will dle and on the verge of los-
goals set by the National Bicenten- parties concerned will know where children, listen to what they be like In the next 20 years. -- It is not hearsay. Also concerned about ing their education. lIe now
My only reason for writing our young
nial Commission to commemoratethe they stand, and work on the Brad- have to say, try to show them this letter Is to Impress on they threw their broken cool- people, as we should be. But is a teacher I in our Middle
ers In the lake and their beer School. would say he was,
there are better things in
200th anniversary.of the Ameri- ford County museum can go forwardas life than drink and drugs or the decent people of this county bottles when they left the public what about our Senior Citizens in all, a VERY nice neighbor -
can Revolution. The committee plansto our contribution to the Bicen- Is It ? to get out and vote. I ask boat ramp.I ? Some are very lonely ,
determine the kind of museum tennial Celebration of our Nation's you to check out all the Issues and can't drive; some bed-

that will best suit the needs of the birth. How many of us care e- don't Just take someone's agree with you, they needa ridden, or otherwise handicapped Did you know, Mr. Sum-
nough to show youth we are word. Then pray aboutIt nice place to go, but I We need people hereIn mers, that Mr. Hodges of
concerned with them more because only you and the wonder if our lake (as you Bradford County to give the Zoning Board was calledon
than we are about makingpar Good Lord above will know call It) Is polluted now, what their time to these people and the telephone till 2:30: a.m.
on the fifth hole or catchIng how you vote. will It be like'In two or three help with their needs also-- and he and his family threat-
I that big fish that always Thanks years from now? If there are people who can't affoit to pay ened until he had to take
Bottle'A listening to
The a man
In for It.
'Money gets away? How many of us with three daughters to raisein objects on the lake, as you his phone off the hook. I won-
even go to watch our chil- our fine county. I love say (which I have never seen Be thankful you can drive der if this was one of your
In the things In the 3 1/2 I
dren participate years have fine neighbors?
Nixon administration spokesman never heard the word "barter", or if others have throught up for Bradford County and the peo- lived here) then let's do some- your 1963 "jalopy" around,
ple of this county. I have faith even though I would not con-
when commenting about the they have heard it, may have only them? Just because the county that you will see this as a thing about it, and not Just sider a Lincoln a jalopy no Let's all join together now
high cost of meat several weeks the faintest Idea what it means. And might have legalized liquor moral issue, and realize that talk about It. matter what year it was. By that this is all over, and

ago in effect said, "Let 'em eat yet their parents and grandparentscould dren does will not mean to the our dogs.chil-It this is only one step deeper You are concerned about the way, yours looks like a hope for the best-- be good
and that
cheese." It was Marie Antoinette., tell them about the days when Is up to go every parent, not Into the liquor muck. our POWs and our underpriv- real nice jalopy! one neighbors gets hurt by pray this. I say no

remember, who said, "Let them eat money was so little in circulationthat Just a few to help the youthof I ileged children aren't we As for Mr. C. A, Pretsler, full speed ahead to CAM Developers -
cake" when told that the French "pore folks"--and most of us today. Bradford urge you County to vote DRY to keep all, for that matter My heart, Mr. Summers, evidently you and wish them much
people didn't know where the next were in those days-- had to trade prayers, and many tears go don't know him as well as success. You see, I don't mind

day's bread was coming from. Com- something we had for something we -Andrea (Cookie) Mundorff A soldier in Christ, out and their to these families.courageous Our Pres-men others. First, he is a citi- saying I lost. Hooray to you
zen, a taxpayer in Bradford and don't skin "ja-
up jour
parisons are "odious we are told did not have. We can well remem-
David E. Lawson ident asked that they be giv- County a lopy."
property owner
: but they are also inevitable. ber folks paying their subscriptions TIME TO DECIDE en PS much privacy as possi- Hampton Lake, ;and a fine on Thank you

to; the paper with eggs, and syrup, ble when they come home, neighbor---keeps his property -
1 If you get tired of eating cheese and even turnip greens-- and we Dear Mr. Editor: BEST WISHES, CAM and I agree with him. And I in A-l condition at all times, Mrs. Ann Durrance

I, due to spiralling food costs, here are were glad to get them, you can People of Bradford County. Dear Editor: do that hope they, with can enjoy all my Hampton heart, and who was concerned not Hampton Lake
for what he
;, some suggestions for stretching the bet. this is a time when Lake or any other lake, or speaking for his would gain by
|I dollar by tightening the belt, according only you can decide. It seems to me that Mr. anything else they desire, and as well as others concerned neighbors pS.On hot summer days,
I to a daily newspaper's sur- Things will probably never get We talk about our young William Summers is way off God grant them the peace and nor what he would gain from, drop by Rip Van Winkle's
and how base with his name callingof privacy they so deserve with unsanitary lake and see how
vey of home economy tips: that bad again, but one housewife people it seems that any of this-- just a MAN live But PLEASE don'tskin
I they are beyond hope and don't the residents of Hampton their families, and let's keep we
i recalls the "money in the bottle"technique seem to care. Now is the Lake. We signed that peti- them out of our little argu- standing up for his rights; up that jalopy when you
Eat hamburger instead of she had to employ at that time to let them know that tion In order to keep Hampton ments. what our servicemen and come through the gate, and
steak. fix that leaky faucet your- time. The labels on the screw-top we care about their future Lake free of pollution, POWs have fought for. He please look out for St. Peter
!the wlf be and overcrowding, causing serious As for underprivileged chil is also a school teacher in your friend and mine.
self. grow your own vegetables. jars read: Food, gas, clothing entertainment things that they
ixposed to on the main stre- accidents NOT to drenthere are many organizations -
'ride a bike to work, or better yet-- ) (of which there was very its of our small town, If we keop v ople off the lake. that we could ALL . : : :: ::: ';':::.::::::::::::::::;.:,..::...;.. : :..:; '
walk. wear clothes out insteadof little and medicine. When a jar et It become wet, will be far donate our time and moneyto :'f--:8;; :: : :: :::::::: :: : ::::::::::::::::::::::::;:

became empty, no more was spenton help these children, because .... .
following the latest fashions. nreater than anyone can pre- We know the lake is notot'Rs. .
pay cash and don't let credit cards that particular commodity until UcU but look around at several I dike you) believe they t J ,

run you into debt. don't buy "convenience the next pay day (for those who of our nice lakes that need It. :
foods," such as TV dinnersor were lucky enough to have jobs). As a young boy growing up are now very dangerous to If you want property on the <:k
;:n Starke, 1 was never exposed In due to
delicacies. swim, ski, or fish lake, Mr. Summers; I am y
frozen to in home.
drinking my overcrowding. I live on the sure you can buy It for a
For this, I give my parents lake, and Just last summer fair price. Several lots have
For the first time in their lives, With the current rising living praise and credit. I was nev- people who DID NOT live on just been bought, and cer- '
two generations of Americans may costs, home sewing is again coming er exposed to hard liquor the lake would ski so closeto tainly get what you you pay for cMI'; ? j .k-
be forced to reach back thirty yearsor into its own. At a church functionin an the streets of our town, children In the water that now.
Keystone Heights last Sunday, a and this I give praise and It would make your heart stop
more for economy measures they credit to the decant: people beating. Mr. Summers I SAW It seems that
have never known-- the frugal approaches young man was proudly exhibiting a everyone wasmiliij jrjj4.j
to the problems of daily set of maroon doubleknlt slacks and

living that their parents and grand- blazer that his mother had made 9a

parents had to adopt as a matterof for him, and it was a professional Q4 Co,.
course in depression days of the looking job-- at about a tenth of the /_

30's. The new economy measuresare cost, no doubt, he would have paid j ACTIVE p4 I
made necessary by the fact for the outfit from a haberdashery.Yes r

that during the past five years the O a ti
there Is no end to the ( sn1o
price Index has risen 27.7 ,
per cent for all Items, as of Jan- ways to stretch a dollar, if you $
have 00and if Mr. Nixon con-
uary 1973. Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke,
tinues to pursue his present poli- Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879.Subscription .
Perhaps people have cies, we may well have to.
many young
rate in trade area: 16 per year: 13.30 six months.

1 Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: |7 per year: 14.00 six month.. Starke, Fla. SP5 Kettle Griffis It dispensing Iced tea In an attemptto
cool off PFC Dennis Rhoden and SP4 Danny Gallon.Mar. .


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6 TELEGRAPH Mar. 15, 1973

Keystone Heights Area News

-. miliijf it4 Council Will Offer $98,700For I

Water Co. Under FranchiseWith

voter approval of the Invoke its right under the One question remained unresolved would be a matter for the growing," Mayor Ray Starnes
Keystone HilitesBy proposed $1,267,000 sewer franchise to negotiate for pur- : what would happen courts to settle, ChairmanFox said. He expressed belief that
system under its belt, the chase of the Keystone Water should the City make an offerof said. opinion of outsiders) concern-
Keystone Heights City Council Co. at an appraised figure of the $98,700 figure arrivedat Several Councllmen voiced Ing annexation into the city
decided Tuesday night to $98,700.The by its appraiser, the offer the belief that purchase of the would be more favorable if
Linda Wharton Ph. 473.4907 or 4648 motion to start nego- is accepted by the own- water facility would be approved the city operated these utili

tiations, approved unanimously ers, and then the question is by the voters if the ties.Starnes
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Second, Mr. and Mrs. Mike ter of Mrs. Fred Dodd, has by the four councilmen rejected by the voters In a figure was kept under $100- who seemed to feel
WOMAN'S CLUB Falkel; Third, Mrs. Ray Be been elected athletic director .r, present, was amended to pro- referendum? Would the City 000. The consensus of the that the original $75,000 offer -
The Saint Patricks Day Tea Faikel; Third, Mrs. Ray of Harriet Parker Liter- vide for a referendum on the be bound by provisions of Council seemed to be that was fair, considering the
which was scheduled for Becker and Jim Fox: Fourth, ary Society at Bob Jones University r issue. the franchise to go through purchase of the water com- unknown condition of under-
March 16 has been cancelleddue Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pierce. Greenville, S. C. t Councilman Roy Watkins with' the deal, even though pany would be desirable now ground pipes in the water sys-
to the date conflictingwith A 1972 graduate of Keystone said that from past exper- voters disapproved? That that the City is making plans tem, pointed out that there
the Community Church's Heights High School, Miss ience with building the new for installation of a sewer had .been three widely vary-
Annual Sliver Tea. Dodd is a freshman at BJU municipal building, he believed system. ing appraisals of the water
On March 14 the Keystone COMMUNITY CHURCH/ WO- majoring in elementary edu- the court would rule "The City will have to assume system:
+r r rt!
Women's Club catered the lun- MEN'S SOCIETY cation. that a referendum was necessary responsibility for the 1The Public Service Com-
cheon meeting of the Alachua The women's Society of the Mickey Brokas is home from in order to "spend ( efficiency! and quality of Its mission set the book value of
Federation of Woman's Club Community Church will hold the University of Chattanooga that much money." 3 3t water supply If the area keeps the company's capital inves-
In the Keystone Heights Wo- their monthly circle meeting during the Spring vacation fora Chairman Everett Fox said tment at $50,000 in allowinga
man's Club. Monday, March 19, at the following visit with his parents, Mr. that while he thought the City 1 ocaaocacoa= c= aaaaoc rate Increase based on an

The Woman's Club will service places: and Mrs. Alex Brokas. Mic- had legal authority to make placed on the Liberal Arts. 8 1/2 per cent return on investment -
the Coke Booth at the Naomi Circle, 1 p.m. at key's roommate accompaniedhim the purchase without a referendum During the time Al was attending .
annual Clay Electric Co-op home of Mrs. John Bird. for this vacation and they since it would not Emory at Oxford he 2The Farmers Home Administration -
meeting, March 22. Ruth Circle, 1 p.m. at home are touring Florida. be pledging city assets, he served as vice president of appraised the
Be sure and circle March of Mrs. Audry Vance. Col. and Mrs. David Nelsonare would not want to proceed the Student Body, vice presi- company at $124,000 for pur-
27 on .your calendar, club Martha Circle, 1 p.m. at enjoying houseguests, Mr. without approval of the vo- N... dent of the Student Judicial poses of a proposed loan to
members for the field trip home of Mrs. Roy Bridges. and Mrs. Jacobson, from Bos ters.The Council, vice president of the purchase.
to the University of Florida. Ester, 9:30 a.m. at home of water company discus- Eta Sigma Psi Honorary Society 3An engineering firm,
You will enjoy lunch at the Mrs. Marshall Gallop. ton.Mr.. and Mrs. Lon Rushton sion was kicked off when was elected to the Hall employed by the City, appraised -
U. F, Reltz Union Aradonda Sarah, 9:30 a.m. at homeof have returned from a tripto Rep. Ghappell City Clerk Kitty McGlave of Fame President of the the facility at $98,700
Room Following a tour throughthe Miss Katherine Bowersox. South Carolina where they read a letter from John E. Florida Club and president of based on its earning capacity,
Florida State Museum Rebeccas, 8 p.m. at home attended the grand opening of Will Speak At Norris, Lake City attorney, the Intramural Athletic Committee while admittedly now know-
Everyone Is asking to meetat of Mrs. Richard Lovern, their son, Eulie's, supermarket stating that his clients, the He was also on the Ing the condition of the underground -
the municipal building in Madonnas, I p.m. at the Ed- In Johnstone. Eulie and Co-op MeetingClay water company owners, had board of directors for the pipes.
time to leave at 11 a.m. ucation Building, Wednesday his wife, Barbara, and chil- rejected the city's previous Circle K Club, Letterman'sClub While the City had a rightto
March 21.Please. dren have renovated the old Electric Cooperative's offer of $75,000 for the fa- and a member of the offer to buy at any figure,
WOMEN'S GOLF ASSN. attend your Circle Rushton homeplace and now 35th Annual Meeting will be cility. This was a routine Student Activities Council. while not Invoking terms of
Ninety-six ladles from the meeting to enjoy the devotionals make that their home. held on its home office groundsin offer made by the Council In 1959 Watson transferredto the franchise, once Its Intention -
surrounding areas attended and the fellowship. News of the eldest Rush- Keystone Heights, Thurs- without invoking terms of the Emory In Atlanta, Ga., wasa to Invoke terms of
the Cecil Field Ladies One ton grandson, 5 years old, day, March 22. franchise. member of the Phi Chi Med- the franchise is announced,
Day Invitational last Thurs- ANTHONYMEEHANENGAGEMENT is that he is recovering froma The election of four co-op Since the offer was rejec- Keystone SalutesLt. ical Fraternity and graduatedIn it must follow the outlined
day. ANNOUNCED broken leg received whilehe members to the board of trus- ted, the clerk read a letter Col. Watson 1963 with an MD Degree. procedure of offering the a-
Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Anthony, was snow skiing. He is tees and a speech by U.S. from City Attorney Fremont From there Dr.Watson ser mount arrived at by Its appraiser -
Playing in the nine hole Jr. of Keystone Heights, announce the son of Marilyn, the Rush- Congressman Bill Chappellwill Tolles outlining terms of the For Fine RecordLt. ved his Internship at the Du- Since the $75,000 offer -
tournament (due to bad the engagement of their ton's daughter, and she and highlight the day for the franchise under which the city val Medical Center In Jack- was rejected,it was deem
weather) from the Keystone daughter, Linda Lee, to Peter her family reside in Wash- 5,000 members expected to has the right to purchase the Col. Alfred B. Watsonwas sonville, finishing in June ed necessary to resort to
Heights Golf and Country Club Edward Meehan, son of Mr. ington.Mr. attend. water company at a negotiated recently selected as one 1964. He then began his military provisions of the franchisein
were Lois Walker, Lou Tim- and Mrs. Thomas Meehan of and Mrs Mike Zike Four district meetings were figure every five years of the Outstanding Young Men career in the United order to force a sale.
mins, Kitty Martin, Pat Her- St. Augustine.A and children traveled to Las held last month for the purpose from the original franchisedate of America while stationedat States Air Force. In other action Tuesday
man, Eileen Lee Bernice fall wedding is planned. Vegas last week where Mike of nominating membersto June 10, 1958. Moody Air Force Base In His first assignment in the night, the Council:
Worely, Fran Chesstngtom attended the accessory shows, the nine-man board of trus Under terms of the fran- Georgia. He was also selected service was Brooks AFB, --Received a report from
Martha Haues, Mea Hender-, NEW ARRIVAL along with the other associ- tees. Those nominated were chise, the city can have the as "Mr. Safety" for the Texas where he attended a Jim Zowarka of the Volunteer
son Su Dwyer and Vonicle Mr. and Mrs. Charles Headof ates of Roy L. Bridges & Associates Sam Hogg and Jerome Reit- appraisal made at its own 3550 Pilot Training Wing of Primary Course in the School Fire Department recommen-
Ketch. Su Dwyer won Keystone Heights are the and visited his bro- er from District; Dick Sur- expense, and make an offer the year 1972. of Aerospace Medicine. He ding replacing some inoper-
grossIn ther Eddie and his family. at this appraised value to Col. Watson born June able fire In the city
her flight and also a door proud grandparents of David rency, District 3 (no second was was then transferred to Hun- hydrants
prize along with Lois Walker. Wayne Foret, Jr. David was Eddie is manager of the Sands nominee); Zedra Hamilton and the owners. If the owners reject 1, 1937 in Miami to Mr. and ter AFB and served as Flight over a period of time. The
born in St. Vincent's Hospital Hotel In Las Vegas. I under- E. F. Buster) Aiken, District the offer, they are then Mrs. Al Watson, long time Surgeon and Chief in the Aero- hydrants would cost around
The ladies also enjoyed a Jacksonville, on March 3, stand that the people fromS. 5; and A. C. Jones and Wayne compelled to make a counter residents of Keystone. Alfred medical Service ill 1966. $250 each, plus cost of installation -
lovely luncheon served at the to Nancy and David Foret. Holllngsworth District 7. offer at a figure obtained from spent most of his younger It was at Hunter where Al Zowarka said.
Office Club at Cecil Field. Nancy is the daughter of Mr. ( .. Page 9)) Members also may be nomi- their appraiser. If the City, years In Keystone attendingthe met his wife, the former Bar- --Awarded a contract to low
Zee Tollws, Vesta Alkem, and Mrs. Charles Head. nated from the floor at the in turn, rejects the counter Keystone Heights gram- bara Evans, whose father was bidder John F. Stephens Roof-
Pansy Hawes traveled to Pal- Science Trip meeting. offer, then the two parties mar school and then the Mel- AI's Wing Commander at the ing Co. of Gainesville for
atka for the Azealia Ladies Mrs. Grace Niles has been Congressman Chappell/ie- meet and agree on a third rose High school through the time.. Barbara and Al now repairs on the city hall roofat
Invitational and enjoyed lunch the house guest of Mrs. Lew Benefits From presenting Florida's 4th Con- appraiser whose figure must tenth grade.He have two sons, Tom, age 5 114450.
and lovely golfing weather a- Clark of Nelson's Point. Mrs. gressional District, is serv- be accepted as binding for then transfered to Em- and Bob, age 4. --Gave permission for the
long with 105 girls from around Niles loves Florida and has Talent ShowA ing his third two-year term purchase of the facility. ory at Oxford in 1953 to com- Dr. Watson took his resi- use of the City Park on April
the area been visiting here In Key- in Congress after being re- Tolles recommended that plete his high school education dence In three phases in Aerospace 28 for an art and music fes-
stone for several winter sea- elected last year. He is a such negotiations should start While attending Emoryat Medicine from 1966 tival sponsored by the school.
sons. fine display of talent from member of the House Com- well in advance of the fran- Oxford, which is a divi- through 1969. During this time --Heard Mayor Starnes
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Congratulations to Kelly the "foolish to the sublime," mittee on Appropriations and chise anniversary on June 10, sion of Emory University in he attended the University of state that a report was expected -
Winner of the duplicate gr- McCord and Henry Caldwellfor was enjoyed March 2 at the the subcommittee on IIUD- but advised that if the sale Atlanta, he was placed in an California School of Public from the city's engin-
Idge game Tuesday, March making a Superior ratingat Keystone school gymnasium Space- .clence-Veterans and had not been completed by experimental education pro- Health, Berkeley, Calif., received eers by next Monday concern-
6, were: First Mrs. Mary Cook the Solo Band Competition with Barbara Farris doing a the subcommittee on the Dis- that date, a reasonable additional gram In which high school his Masters Degreein ing procedure to follow In
and Mrs. C. W. Hardy recently. They will now trav- great job as master of cere- trict of Columbia. lie pre- time could be allowedfor juniors were given college level Public Health in 1967, and seeking a grant for the pro-
Second Mrs. W. J. Grouch and el to Tallahassee, Florida mony. viously served in the Florida consumnation of the pur- work with the emphasis posed sewer system.
Mrs. F. T.Hogue; Third, Mrs. State University for the State Kathy Wharton opened the House of Representatives.Other chase. (S.. Page 9))
R. A. Kendall and Mrs. Ed
Competition.Adele show with her comedy sketch highlights of the day - -- -
Laongnecker; Fourth Mrs. Hardenberg is recov- and imitation of TV's "Edith for the co-op's members Include -
Gay Livingston amd Mrs. Ray ering nicely from surgery in Ann" from Laugh-In. She was entertainment by the
Starnes. the North Florida Regional followed by Zachery Andrewsand Backwood: Singers, fried
Winners of the Thursday Hospital in Gainesville. Hope Tom Strube giving vocal chicken, sky-high bucket
night game were: First Mr. you'll be home real soon. selection of sacred songs. rides, and several exhibits.
and Mrs. Francis Mlerick; Miss Priscllla Dodd, daugh- David Few and his "Wan- The Blackwood Singers per-

S.......e................................. eral dering musical Troubadors"gave selections vocal sev- formed at the co-op's 1971
Annual Meeting and were
.. : and brass, ending with Alan brought back this year becauseof ARE YOUSICK :
Cardenas on the drums witha
their The
: KeystoneState : terrific drum solo. from Nashville and travels groupis s
Mark Dykes was on handto
throughout the U. S. and Ca-
give a fine display of his nada annually.
talent with three well pre-
: BankS : sented piano selections.

Several members of the

: ? > F'D Melrose Judo Club gave a NEWS NOTESBy
: demonstration which
r was pre-
: sented by Lavon Lowery, Dan- Helen V. tgan ,
o'S ny Stinson, Jackie Downie,
: : Lantz and Lane Lowery.
Adding a little culture to _
@) :
the evening of entertainmentwas : MEET"Everyone :
.S a ballet presented by Mary talks about the OF
'NI Wahl to the song, "Dance of but :
weather, nobody doesanj- I
the Blessed Spirit," and Jill "
thing about it, Mark Twain :
: Johnson with a very difficult once said. But George Win-
.. piano solo, Chopin's Military terling of Channel 4, Jack-
Polonaise.A .
sonville does tell folks a- '
: I I III Q : crowd-pleasing display of bout It, and last week he did PAYINGRENT
country music was given by
so, basing his remarks on the
Richard Underwood
: singingand
Holy Bible.
playing his guitar to the The TV weatherman was Painting
tune of "Wreck on the High
guest speaker at the general
way. meeting of Churchwomen on Someone Elses House
Adding much laughter to the March 5 at 1 p.m., explaining ? ,
i What Price Safety i evening was the comedy sketch elements of weather, the .

given by Bubba Lane, Phil firmament, and the atmos- Fighting Landlords
Gann and Ron Seabough followed -
: for Your Valuables? i by a hilarious Jo Reedin phere, which man lives and
her ultra-super readingof breathes by, and how these Over Minor
conditions were experienced
"Welfare Cadillac. IF SO
by those living In .
LESS THAN YOU THINK! : Michele her gymnastic Hanks demonstrated skills witha Biblical times. Repairs.

modern jazz routine to "A Members were congratulated ...
: Walk in the Black Forest" by the president, Mrs.

:. Don't gamble with the safety :. with ah-h-h many's from oooooo's the crowd.and did Ernest year McLean of work, on the and splen-ser- NOW IS THE TIME TO MOVE INTOA

vices of the Churchwomen
: of documents, valuables. InsureS : Joanle Andrea gave as her ,
who have laid aside a sub-

S them against fire, theft, loss byrenting : solo How to selection Love Him""I Don't with very Know stantial sury, toward sum from improvementsand the trea- LUXURIOUS MOBILE HOME '

Impressive display of vocal
: a safe deposit box. needed facilities in the .1
talent and
stage presentation.Last .
educational building for theWomen's
but not least, was '
S The monthly fee is low andS : Kimmy Vrlldt singing several Sibyl organization.Mrs. Sample .and her OF YOUR OWN.
favorite selections .
accom- f. .'
you'll never worry again about : panied by his guitar. late members husband of the were Community faithful ,: See I. .
Proceeds derived from this .
S possible loss. See us soon then : production which Church when they lived In I
was won-
their lakeside home on Little :
: relax I don't worry. : derfully Reed, will organized be used by to Debbie send Lake Keystone. Due to failing JOHN BROWNS PRICE
health they moved to Savannah :
the winner of the Science Fairto .

I KEYSTONE STATE BANK i hassee.All the participants.State Fair In in this Talla- go Mr., to and, be Ga.Mrs.near several Sample their years regu-son.a- ::I MOBILE HOME CENTER

larly remembered the Community
I Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. : gram should be commeded Church and
their great display of talent made mon- : HWY 21 North Of Keystone Phone 473-3775
which aid-
gifts greatly ,
: "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly : and the work they did In put- etary ed the Trustees, to reach their :I

L Community. .. ting this show together. Key- goal of burning the mortgage The Professional Mobile Home PeopleI
.......................................: stone should have more of .,
the same. (?.. Page 9)) l

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I,: AI, Of KHMelroseSunday :
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M was a landmarkday mended the congregation,
_, which formed the churcha
in the church life of the
Keystone Heights-Melrose a- year ago with 16 members,
rea, with two major events and now has a total of 36,
almost $250,000In for their courage In under-
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day marked the dedication !- great Is the purpose for whichit
of the new $100,000 was built.*'Dr.Hughes said.
Melrose Church of God, and He urged those present not
-- the burning of the mortgageon to be "like some who helped New Church Of God Dedicated
the six-year-old $130,000 Noah build the ark, and then.
sanctuary of the Community failed to get in It!
Church of Keystone Heights
Capacity crowds of the congregations The pastor of the church.
friends, and Rev. Melvin Drake, and his
guests attended both events. wife were commended by
:.Jt. "4II Dr. Hughes for their dedication -
Dedication speaker at the and leadership, and also
x new Church of God on High- praised the Pastor's Council,
#: way 21 was Dr. Ray Hughes, Joe Knapp, Tony Civitarese,
II 11\\\\ of Cleveland, Term., General and Alfred Boree for their I
Overseer of the world move- organizational efforts in
:; ment of the Pentecostal de- forming the church a year
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nomination. ago, and their continued effort ,41i-
to make the new build-
In a forceful talk at the ing become a reality. M Q .
2:30 p.m. dedication serviceDr. .
Hughes pointed out that Special music for the dedication I* 't
{ MAik
In order to have "church services was provided -
buildings like this" the lead- by Starllne and Norman
ers must have vision, faith, Rouse, singers from Keystone
and determination. He com- Heights.

Community Church

Celebrates BurningOf

Building MortgageIt

was a fitting closeto to ashes In a ceremony held Dr. Ray Hughes, General Overseer, makes dedication address at Sunday afternoon
a Job well done when in the sanctuary. Precedingthe service
members of the Community ceremony, members of
Church of Keystone Heights the congregation and friends
gathered Sunday to burn the enjoyed a buffet luncheon in
mortgage, symbolic of mak- the educational building.
ing the final payment on
Members of the original
their sanctuary valued at
$130,000. building committee, In addition
to flgen and Starneswere;
The first payment on the Myron Prevatt, Sr., William
mortgage was made In Octo- Reynolds, Jr., William Few,
ber 1966, and the final payment William Warren, Arthur
Just 6 1/2 years later, Bralnard, Mrs. Roy Bridges,
made possible by liberal Mrs. R.A. Gaunt, Mrs. David
contributions from numbers A. Nelson, Mrs. Charles
and friends, and the receipts Wallenlus and Mrs. William \ ft
from successful Christmas Walz. Mr. Few, now deceased -
Bazaars staged by the Wo- was represented at the
Frank Ilgen (left) and Ray Starne were given the honor men of the Church every ceremony by his son, David. ,Ut j'I
of burning the mortgage at the Community Church Sun., ear. In addition to paying off ,, ...
day afternoon. Standing at rear are Ray Ferris (left) the mortgage, the church, 11,
; Frank Ilgen, chairman of since 1966, has also acquired :
church Moderator and Rev. Stuart McCord
pastor. the Building Committee.andG. an additional $19,800 worthof .
;. RaymondStarnes, Finance property for future building
Chairman, were given the needs. The congregation
honor of converting mortgage now numbers about 340, :: .
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This meeting will also /
be held one week laterat w
9:30: a.m. on March 29
in the club house; business L 'lcWI t a
session followed by refreshments -
and sewing. t J
Starke Senior Citizens Club .lr
meeting March 27 at 1 p.m. -
in Pratt St. Recreation Hall.
...r Bring your wrapped white From left: Joe Knapp, Tony Ovltare, and A.C. Boree, members of the Pastor's
elephant for fun of auction Counsel, and Rev. Melvin Drake, pastor. Beautiful white dove, above baptismal font,
ing. Profits go to the annual wood
club dinner. was carved In by the pastor.

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I Junior Commission : i .

To Table Youth j Keystone Hilites IEYSTONE MII.IOSI

Much concern has been solution to the BUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S
shown In the community of are the three major (From Pag 8)) Bill Carol's parents Mr.and Mrs.
Keystone Heights as to the I Warren. HARDIrYARE-GArrDEM
that presently
future of our teenagers and ing the Keystone ( ) Keystone really enjoyed the This past Sunday It was SUPPLIES j
a local
in the community, group red carpet treatment while really church day In our community -
everyone munity? The youth HARDWAJBE.
and older
young) and old. This was most widely to go ahead with there. Many ,members attended SUM'S f!__ y tDlage
a Jr.
Marshall Gallop, was the
-ought to the attention oft 1) Recreation and for family picnic on ANDGARDEN
Keystone, while the home last weekend from the the grounds of the Commun-
concerned citizens by Fish -'N Stuff
an\ ment for teens; ; from Green Cove aMID
University of Florida for a ity Church and then witnessed
conduct of teenag-
the some 3) lack of
e 3 that resulted in haltingthe tion and between adults Family a date Services to can visit with his parents. Alsoa the Mortgage Burning Cere- Live Bolt A complete (lie. ol Hdw.Crlck.t. .
ion's Club teenage dan- meet lo- guest of the Gallops last mony. s-Shlnnert-Worms BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS I
ces, therefore leaving no agers.An ad-hoc organizations In the meanwhile, weekend was Miss Penny Mc- The Church of God held Minnow. Plumbing & Electrical) Supp. I
of entertainment for formed consisting are keep- Kay of Winter Haven. their dedication last Sunday Gro-Tono Fertilisers :
means the people. adults and seven an eye and ear open Mrs. James Wharton enter- and the members of the con- TACKLE-RODS-REELS Insecticides.
young If there
I Mils past month there was and met Feb. 27 services, are any tained with a motherdaughter gregation were reminded of FISHING & HUNTING !Lumber & Building Materials
smoking and the task of programs clothes party In her home the beautiful carving of birds AMMUNITION
about on LICENSES -
drugs concern In the high school which information for the Older last Tuesday evening with Ma- by Rev. Melvin Drake with ICE Hwy. 21 N. 200 )'d. From Light
brought to public atten- meeting. In Oils area. If dallne Hiatt, advisor for Fas- the white Dove suspended over Keystone Heights 4733663TELEVISIONAIR
was previous
please report to Rev. Hgti. 473-4357
their line the Baptismal
hion Wagon, showing Font in their
tion b) the FTSA. After a lengthy .
')n February 21 there was on the meaning of of Spring fashions new church. FURNITURE-GIFTS COND.
A belated Happy Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stein- -
PCT Ill! organizational to the whole meeting community, o-, countability," it their talks, Mr. Moore to Roy Turknettl Fran enter- metz has just returned froma Lake Geneva TV Service. CenterQuasar
Mr. Young reviewed trip to Las
the Vegas
,dulls and young adults) to mined that a tained her husband last week- com-
of electric service bining business with
':liscuss and come up with a liable to be end with a surprise birthday pleas- Furniture

accountable for when Heights the late starting Ed party. ure.The Reverend Thomas Gift 4 Candle TV STERO
if he has Shop
a say Mr. and Mrs.Frank M.Medley -
Keystone cision making came over from been their Feamster, Jr. has returned CAR AND PORTABLE
have visiting
Cove Springs and set from St. Simons Island where
two daughters,
Salutes which affect :i':m. first little Delco plant, Turknett and Mrs. Dot Far- he attended a conference and Brand Furniture AND
It was also the first water service. training laboratory on Power RESIDENTIALSeeley
electric plant was la- ris.Beth and Conflict led by the
that author -
this committee
From by Clay Elec- Trunkey has returnedto George Peabody. Mattresses Sold AIR CONDITION ING I
( Page 8)) people In our
her home in Fargo afteran
when the great Rural SALES & ;
not been offered extended visit with Mr. Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva SERVICE
\If'' elected for membership to be program was
', tunity and Mrs. Bill Bartlett Her 1 Ml. East of KEYSTONE 413.4651DEAL
Ilonor"society Keystone Hots.
e Delta Omega In the 1930's, and
decision making The
last side trip in Florida wasa person who receives a
'" for his outstanding into
now expanded 12
Issues affecting tour through Cape Kennedy, handcrafted gift knows you ESTATE MOBILE HOME
cholastlc;: average. in Northeast flori-
It was decided by along with her host and hos went out of your way to do
!From 1967 through 1968 he
ttcnded the School of Aero- mittee to submit to tess. something special. Classesin Richard T. Lovorn Want to sell your Mobil.
of I
'n' :Medicine! at Brooks zens Keystone motion of Lewis Wat- ceramics will begin March Home? If hove
:o you o buyer.
in which the young Helen Dittmer has returned 19. Rag. Real Estate Broker
resolution Space will be limited
j> ,:. Texas and was rated was adopted so Mobil. Homo Brokers will/
participate in to her home In Appleton enroll nowlMyrno's I
the late Rev. ,
;-i the top 10% of his class.
in organized and LAKE PROPERTIES ALL financing and
Scripture, former pro Wig after a visit with her -
,vfter a transfer to Langley ble fashion through chairman of the club. sister, Mrs. Albert Bach- Gift Shopp. RESIDENTIALBUSINESSACREAGE Insurance details for a brok
0} 'h' In Virginia, Dr. Watson 1'
velopment of a fee of J0% of the'tolling
note that the Game- mann.
'ic id the office of Command State Road 4:7.rogg
from 1968 mission. This will be held a week It is nice to see Mac Mc- price. For more Information
son through
i would be designed this month, on March Kay out and about again after Lake Butler, Fla. APPRAISALS callMOBILE
(II, Uipust of 1969, he was same fashion as our the Lion's Club at his leg surgery. Open
c, offered to Vietnam for a mission. Through : Carol and her husband, David 1 P.M. 9 P.M. Sun-Fri. Keystone Hgt. 473-3254 HOME BROKERS
young people would were weekend guests of 473-4692
of Commanderof
uui duty as to feed their RT. 1 BOX 350 J
the 31st USAF Dispensary local Edna Knepper4734111
11 1 1\1, Iloa Air Base til August responsible way. Martha Durbin 473-3362 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666
1970. From August 1970 turn would allow 1'E Jim Fox 473-4148
through !March 1973 he serv- RA YS SERVICEd PHONE 4751751BEAUTY
and young adults C.B. McAfee
ed n1- Commander< USAF Dispeni : -
,ir> at Craig AFB, Ala- sponsible" and \ 1/4.
able" to each f we+t5 SHOP
im;i, and Commander of the
'\1 I Hospital at Moody AFB, community at large. In Keystone Hghts LEONARD'S
',T., filling a full Colonel'sDOsltion proposed Nell's

1, as Commander. ]will Heights consist Junior of two RAYS SPECIALFor Beauty Style Shot OUTBOARD SHOP
t. Col. Watson has re-
seniors, two "for lovelier
eHed orders for transfer a
to i!amsein, German where phomore and one This WeekMONARCH I you" V 1
visor. In order to
will be Chief of Aerospace Phone 475-221
''I 1 ,;wine, USAF for all of run for office, a Johnson Motors
lie will be traveling be drawn up and Between
25 adults. SALES &
1 uses in Turkey, England, Possible joung SERVICE ,
u k, Berlin, Italy, for this Junior areas 825-14 TIRES GLASTRONANDCHECKMATE \
Holland, Spain and Heights .1' '
I) Activities .:
are: Mounted & Balanced BOATS ,
i Countries with his home tainment; 2: Melrose 4
in Itamsein supervising 3)) Youth Corps Keyitono Heights, Fla.
\cl"ospacefcdical: opern. 4)) Drugs. Falling ; $26.00 4/$98.00
four major S.E. McKAY REALTOR
ring Watson's active mil- dances, movies, Line Of Monarch Polyester & Belted Tires Member of Society
,1',' career he has received environmental, ,Demarco And S on" of \ReaidepSi,\ :aisers
:ot t -rus ai;ds .such as the center, employment ( : .- .)- Seryink IhiJrVfes, ;-far 26 Years
V.l<", 'u.lIedal..Merltor"cl'vice\ jobs, odd jobs, RA Y ALSO PROVIDES EXPERT Speciallzing'lnResidential Mrs. Melba |! 473-4740
Medal, Air :Med- discussion groups (413.4058'm IIg.n
:iJi 1 three l Oak Leaf Clus- young people) drug Front End Automotive & Brake Slabs L. J. Robinson 475-1041
Airconditioning Repair
he Mr 1 Force Commen- publici!;)'. Concrete Patio, Block Delore Gilmore i 473-3600
i iJIedal, the Vietnam There will be a Work, Painting. Joann. P. Gass.tt 475-1622

:ic 1 impalgn Ribbon Ribbon.and tile Viet- stone meeting Heights March 22 at : A ho Is Equipped For Portable Welding And Licensed And Insured Paschal Jam.. Carr 473-4058

il so finds time for many p.m. to submit this Road FREE ESTIMATES Ch.$ Jn0ton473-4679
,,: ,,sional; organizations up bj the ad-hoc Service Phone 373.1550 Ilonics-Acreage-Rentals
is. tile .\merlcMIedi: It Is our hope that Lake Front
Sales Force .
For Service Call :
'ociation, tile Ameri- terest shown at the 473-3083
(( allege of Preventive ing of tile whole
flies the AerospaceIed: will not slack off

''ssoclatlon, the USAF you will be present .
- - -
i Surgeons Society, and meeting. ----
I" honorary member of The tentative -
earth" Georgia :Medical So- posed by this ad

mittee Is as follows: AIR ENGINEERS INC.
:March 22- ( /
:Meeting, 7:30: p.m., 1 ,
H.T. Lovorn School.

0 Hold Open people March pick 26 up and 27-

H' >use Sunday City run Hall.for commission

April 4 and 5-
I.ovorn, Realtor, and
April 10-

i i use'es will In be their hosts new at of-an meeting Heights Junior of the new Home At The Temperature Desire!

'nlding I on lawrence "\ou are either a
'ud In Keystone lIe- change or a
Sunday afternoon, "
change. The choice
it, from 2to4o'- >

1i\'l"he ited to Public attend.Is cor- My That Most Pleases You And

"I i litlon to Mr. Lovorn,

",..'izmlller Durance ff includes,manager office: Linda;man-Bet-1 la- / Comfort A II Year Long!

'.1' Martha IXii bin, Jim Fox -
'snepper, and C.B. :Mcissoclatcs. -I
viding spacious. offices a y-" 't 9r( ,, .. Central Heat And Cooling System From Our
u) vice areas for patrons,
hen\ office building is an 4

,i.'five: (eights addition business to the Key dis- -\'I\ r Of Fine G.E. Heating And Cooling Products

ind will enable Lovorn
Xi,mutates better server

''>wing Keystone ]Heights] "(>IMM| lioatrn* TO GROW WITH STARKE" --

you keep it all .

V irnian Nooney1ssigned PERSONALS; Service Facility, Offering Design, Installation,

To tal Karl, Germany Spielberg has of nance Service On Residential Or Commerical =+} -

Pester AFB Herman houseguest Geneva Schroeder for of the Mr. Air Conditioning Systems. We Maintain Our Own

(n I'm,1II Kenneth L. Noon- weeks. The last
Shop. Come In And Look Around Ask
Schroeders For A
e s''n of :Mr.! and :Mrs.! Frank saw
A ',o"nej of Kt. I, Keystone was at their
(lei :"is: has been assigned years ago. This Is Survey Or Estimate On Your Heating And
t. !..eerierFB, :Miss., af- time Mr. Spielberg ,
t t._ ompleting Mr Force basic In the USA, and he
training. sently visiting his Requirements.
During his six weeks at nama City.
the ,Mr Training Command's
;,!and A1U, Tex., he stud- S.E.McKAY

or ied,'anizatlon the Air and Force customs mission and, REALTORS TIMERS WE ARE HERE TO STAY AND WE THANK j i t

received human! relations.special Instructionin K.yston. Hts. AND CUSTOMERS IN THIS AREA FOR MAKING OUR ''OJJ J .- -

(Tie airnitn has been assigned HOM ES '
to Technical Training -
Center at Keener! for specialized RENTALSMrs.
training in c mmun-
ications-electronics systems Melba llgen South

graduate,Airman of Nooney Keystone is Heights a 1970 Col. J. Che..! Office Phone 964-8041

Junior Senior High School. L.J. Robinson Homes
Ills wife, Jeanne, is the daugh- Pasehel] Carr Home Phone 4733679Pag.8
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lenord
Sal.;' ir:, of Rt. 1, Keystone. :

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To Bradford

BHS Runners Place

It 2nd In Palatka Meet Weight Men

i I Bradford High thinclads placed a close call, placing third Ing the eight pound shot -
second among 14 schools with 73 points two points behind feet.Pete Bradford High Junior Chuck class.
at the Palatka Jaycees Invi- BHS. Ocala Vanguard took Puckett and Norton and senior Brad Carter Carter, who now holds two
tational with Palatka South fourth place with 57 points. Thomas were the only placers each has broken a school school records the other In
taking first, outscoring BiTS Three first places went to from Bradford, weight lifting record; Norton the curl out did the record
91-75. Bradford. In the sprint med- taking< fourth at 130-1 ( lifted 220 pounds to break held by Mickey Agner witha
I North Marion gave Bradford ley relay the team of Tim and Thomas sixth at the record of 215 In the press total of 305 pounds.
Crews, Urn Clark, Levy Len- feet and Carter lifted 315 poundsto Carter holds the curl record -
non and Nat Mack placed first Bradford's 440 relay break the record of 305 at 156 pounds compared -
Registration Now with a time of 2:01.9 minutes, placed second, turning In In the bench press. to 155, the old record
close to the school record of 44.2 combined run. The : Jackson and
held by Danny
f Open For Bantam Norton, a 198 pounder,broke
I 2:00.4. A first place time of consisted of Tim Crews, Tex Patrick. He broke that
Baseball turned In Lennon Nat Mack, and Vernon the record held jointly by former -
Program 50.6 seconds was ,
I ; BUS star athletes Mickey record last year during weightlifting
by the 400 weight man's relay Barber. L =
V Registration for the Bantam team which consisted of Don- Both the mile and two ; -1L Agner, Tom Gardner, and Roger competition.
"lie has been working
Boys Baseball Program Is nie Thomas, Leroy Davis, relay teams placed Chilson back In the mld1960's. up
now open and boys ages 10, Curtis White and Pete Puc- in each event for BHS. Norton worked his way to It, says Lifting Coach
11, and 12, may sign up at kett. two mile team Kirk lIunslnger ; ia. q, Into a starting spot as aguardon Butch Redding.
the Pratt Street Center.To ; the 1972 BUS grid team "He has been having prob-
I Steve Strickland placed first Mike McRae, Ricky lems In the press and clean
be eligible, a boy must in the pole vaulting event witha and Carl Ilunsinger had a total and will return next season.
if he
and jerk can get
turn 10 years old before August height of 12-4 feet. time of 9:14.1 minutes He had pressed 210 poundsthe
he had
the lifts as good as
1, and must not turn 13 week before during com-
third In the mile team of
Nat Mackp placed
last the bench
before August 1. He must be petition. Chuck repeated that year
with Hodge, John Hall,
the 440 yard dash a time
'S he will be tremendous
S covered of med- feat again last then press
by some type
of 51.4 seconds, a personal Cauley, and Vernon "
lean Insurance in of injury added 10 and competition at state, com-
case best. made a total time of : I more pounds successfully -
says Recreation Direc- pressed 220 poundsfor ments Redding.
Levy Lennon took second "I was pleased with
In the light weight, 123 pound
tor Randall Davis. the record.
place In the 100 yard dash meet because it Is an indication
class Kevin Meng placed first
Practice sessions will begin Norton also led Tornado lifters -
in time of 10.5. that our training is coming
turning a
BUS with total of 445
for a
Monday March 26 from to 30-15 weight
a lifting
Tim Clark was right behind along, says
< :5 P.m. until 6:30 p.m. Sessions Lennon in third place with Howard Grover record holder In that press lift, do. the lilt In this picture. victory over North Marion at pounds. Tim Crews took firstIn
I. will be held each Mon- "I we'd be in broke the record the Bradford gym by lifting the 130 pound class total-
the same time. figured ., but by lifting 220.
Ing 535 pounds followed by
day, Tuesday, Thursday, and Mark Hodges turned In a top three but with second a total of 690 pounds: he
David Harper In second place.
Friday. time of 4:44.3 In the mile we can still Improve. jerked 220,bench pressed 250,
Taking first place In the
4 League games will begin run for third place. This Is time you don'thave first and pressed 210 pounds for
the first week In May and the best personal time for you can Improve," Win 3rd first place in the 198 pound (S.. page 11))
should end around the first
Howard. .._
Hodges this season. Larry
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6 week in July. Sherman ran the 330 Intermediate Friday the runners will
The league is affiliated with fectiveness hindered games. Fred Slrmones hit
hurdles in 42.7 Bolles and St. Augustine was
Dixie Youth Baseball and after seconds for third place while home. wildness but he got Lake But- two-for-four for LB of a tri- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
the season Is over an Jimmy Cauley took fifth place But- ler's third win. ple, and a single and two
f All-Star team will be picked RBI's.
I. to represent Starke in the with Curtis 44.3 seconds.White took fourth Girls Softball out Billy Ray Smith hit two for STARKE
District tournament. two, with one double and one Tiger scoring went like
t: place in the shot put heavATTENTIONS -- Program Set single to drive In five runs, this, in the second Inning one Phone 964-6200

The Recreation the with the help of the double run, thirdtwo runs, fourth-
he when the bases were load- four runs, and fifth, 4 runs. Rental
will offer a Girls
hits, ed. Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs & Crutches.
Program this year, according The Tigers travel to P.K.
to Director Randall bat- Dale Green was 2-for-5 at Yonge Friday at 4 p.m., play KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Get Your Typewriter Adding vis.This The ef- the plate and had one RBI. Baldwin at home Saturday; at
is the same Green now has a .430 bat- 7:30: then travel to Newberry Phone 473-3176
that we offered last ting average from three Tuesday night.
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March 15, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pag 11

Golfers No Spikes KH Girls KH Golfers Deadline Sunday Softball Set Jr. Boys Baseball RegistrationRegistration I

Beat LO Delay KH Whip LC Lose Match For Adult Leagues Is still
Deadline for entries in the tor open Registration forms may be
i Bradford evened Men Women's Softball the Junior Boys Baseball picked up at the Recreation I
golfers To and
to date BuchholzGainesville
season beating Program for
boys 13-
their Track MenCoach ages Department Office In the Old
4-4 for the
a has
Live Oak In a home match Keystone High's girls golf Leagues been set for Monday 14. Armory.
Tuesday afternoon 157-214. team walloped the Columbia Buchholz turned March 19.
Two BHSgolfers turned per- Roy Bayless' track High School lassies by 29 the tables on the KH Indian This date was changed from
APPLY NOW sonal best Tuesday to help men were ready to partici- strokes Tuesday for their second golfers last Thursday. the date of March 26, accord-
boost the Tornadoes to the pate In the Palatka Invitational win In two matches. Ing to Recreation Director Snapper.The
victory. Matt Herres, shota track meet Saturday but Playing at the Ironwood Randall Davis.
W. Train Men to Work As one over par 37 to lead their track course In A meeting will be held at
shoes weren't! Karen Moore led KH witha Gainesville the that works
the Recreation mower
the Tornadoes and Stan Red- Department,
It that the KH ttun- scored a 10-stroke
LIVESTOCKBUYERS seems nine hole score of 43. Cindy
Monday March 19, at 7:30
dish shot a two over par 39 clads were without the pro- Turknett and Chris Brokas victory over the Indian links-
for the two best scores. per size of spikes for their toured the Lake City; course men. The KH team defeated be p.m.paid, and'at that entry time.Records fees. must like a beaver.It's
Danny McKinney first time
shoes. Quarter-Inch spikesare with a 47 and 50 respectively. the week before at
If you have some livestock this year not lowest scorer required for the Palat- ly. the KH Country Club by sev-
experience we will train you shot a four over par 40 strokes ka oval and they had been en strokes 152-159 to give the best riding
to buy cattle, sheep and followed by Terry Gaines with ordered In plenty of time for 140 team score bettered the Bobcats their lone set- Fall. find.
hogs. 41 strokes. Ed Watts and Luke the meet but failed to arriveby last week's 147 againstthe back of the season to date. mower you'll
For a local interview, write Powell each shot 41 strokesfor Saturday. same Columbia County Tough, rugged and ;:
today with your background the day.Scores "They came In Monday's girls team. Chris Brokas led (From PQ;. 10)) ,
Include your complete address that did not count mall" Bayless said "which her team with a 44 In last The best scores for Key- powerful enough ; :
and phone number for BUS were Bruce Tucker Is better than not coming; at week's victory. stone were turned In by Bob- 148 pound class Stuart Strick- to doze, .
CATTLE BUYERS INC. 46, Jeffrey McRae 43, Bob- all, but Saturday's meet can't by Hayes 38; Bret Cole 40; land lifted total of 560 pounds sweep
by Patterson, 46, and David be rescheduled. Shelley Rufflnl fourth mem- Larry Turknett, 43; and Jack while Gerald Meng placed se- haul, fertilize or
4420 Madison Gaines 50. Meanwhile the Indians are ber of the KH girls team, Johnson 44. cond. Ronnie Hall took first when
Kansas equippedwith
City Mo. 64111 A match between BUS and practicing hard and have plan- has been HI and unable to place in the 165 pound class aerate
rri.iMj> latttt mnj-J nt.,..4".... St. Augustine was rained out ned an Intrasquad meet Fri participate In the first two The loss lowered Kit's sea- with a total of 605 pounds attachments.

Friday day. The sprinters have been matches. son record to 3-3. Friday's followed settle in by Marshall second with Clover-515 Comfortable, safe maneuverability.
receiving the most attentionIn match with Baker County, was
this week's practice sessions Because there are few a- postponed due to rain. pounds. Fully enclosed transmission. Five forward
rea high schools that spon- Brad Carter took top placein
Double EE Mobile Homes Inc. according to Bay- sors a girls golf team, the Keystone will play at the the 181 pound class witha speeds plus reverse. Powerful 5 and 8 HP

4500 N.W. 6th Street Gainesville, Flo. less."Bill Ratliff and David local girls will travel to Lake local club Thursday against total of 675 pounds as Mar- Priced much lower than bulky
City, for another return match Lake City, and Friday against lon Thornton placed second engines. many
Sales & Service Hughes are getting faster as
Monday. Lake Weir. with 565 pounds for the 181 garden tractors.
they get In better condition 9
1 YEAR CONDITIONAL WARRANTYAll Bayless said. In last week's pound class.
Green Cove Donnie Neel and Gary Wal- Tower ,Inc A subsidiary of Fuqua Industries<
Sizes dual meet loss to "" B VttDonough Equipment
Including IDoublewides lace took first and second
the Indians won threeof
Prices five field events but could Assembly Applicants Needed places in the heavy weight
CompetitiveCLIFF class. Neel lifted 600 poundsfor JOES SAW SHOP
manage only three first places
and Wallace lifted
At General
RANKIN, Manager In 11 running events. F/ectric 555 for second. 224 E. Washington" Ave.
lifters next meet
PHONE! 372-5267 ..Immediate is against Gainesville High. Phone 964-7580

OurNatural opfnlstg for Helitreduction _.-.........._- --- -- _. .-...-..-.........._--- -----_.-
ANlembly operates a

WORLDBy .High dexterity and aptitude for G
Hwembly work are all the requirements
I IFRUIT AND Marilyn Mullis necessary. J

-- .Haturolist,
I / SHADETREES ... No training;, experience or oar A !
; titular educattwsal
I It seems that Floridians background t.
have an advantage over the required. '
rest of the country as we
always seem to be among the ..Apply between the hours of 8 I J
first to get a peek at spring- A.M. and 4:30 P.M. Monday ]

ONLY time before the northern through Friday itt the plant located } 1s -
have stopped and the
: icy snows roads have thawed. on Highway 441, 12 miles | \
; north of Gainesville
First, the many clustersof
2.77 tiny delicate, white flowers -
burst forth from the wild
plum trees. These early blos-
soms are a welcome sightto f'.1.
bees and butterflies. Now
the dogwoods are beginningto .
bloom and their fresh blossoms -
HOOD PEAR 4-6 Feet $2.69 seem to symbolize the Equal Opportunity Employer

nearness of spring. I often
NECTRINE $2.69 wonder what it would be like
if spring occurred but once

k'J' APPLE TREES 52.69 in great a lifetime.celebration I am would sure take thata ANSONS MOBILE HOME r -

i place and it would probablybe
one of the main events to 709 North Orange Avenue
I : --- be remembered.
.t; "" lJC '_ 1'- .As I was strolling through, Green Cove Springs, Florida 0
I -.J the woods this afternoon, I
e' t,' >> ,,/ \ tI spied an armadillo foragingIn saw
.' the leaves for insects and NOW OPEN ,,,
...w." nuts. I know that armadilloshave
very poor eyesight soI 12 Wide Lot Till! 9:30 P.M.
f VEGETABLE6SEED quietly crept up on him.
S, ) \ He was a large Individual with Open Sat. and Sun. Till 6
his armor covering most of
A c v- \ him except his long His rat-like MANY QUALITY LINES
\ tall and furry legs. ears I
(C j jI were constantly flicking a- TO CHOOSE FROM 4 d a
Reg. 25 Package round and I guess he heardme
) for he froze for a few

I f 3/.37: ) He seconds ran and to the started entrance to run.of Such As .

\ an abandoned gopher tortoise It makes good sense to give as much thought to your financing arrange-

hole which was clogged with PEACH TREE CHECKMATEby ments as you do to the make and model. So before you b/jy, see us. We
He burled his
leaves. head
:, CJ ostrich-fashion and remained Zimmer etc. can save you a handsome piece of change with an Auto Loan at our low

j ( "\ still. I stopped and waited bank rates. And we'll get you behind the wheel fast.
." to see what he would do;
; .. '. (."""e. .... but again I must have been Stop By And Have Coffee On long trips or short, carry the safe money -:-- ,,' ..
" '. ... ...e. and he dug through '
,). / ....-. too noisy & Stan And American Express Travelers Cheques :: ':tl'-" .clt
>nt ., the. leaves and vanished Into With George
....... "'"' ( ..-" tortoise' _....,.... _.
the hole.
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_---\.. J.-/ -Vj....>M* I don't claim any great love Discuss Your Needs :' :1. .."' !!
: -- for armadillos but only be-
cause they do not belong In If lost or stolen you can get them replaced-usually on the same day. Spendable everywhere..FLORIDA .

:; 5 % SEVIN CHLORDANEControls Florida, but in the Southwest.
Being exotics here they haveno ALSO REGISTERFor

; Fleas And Ticks Excellent Veg. natural enemies and their in- .
I numbers have continually
Dust 10% Control Many Insects creased.As Am-Fm Stereo 8 Track Tape & Record ConsoleTo "

i.. .....,..1 6I,_.ll..u6.rasa. ., '.3..1S I. I i.LL.1'.P. an individual however MA "BANK, AT STftRICE -
., '" Be Gliven
: .; -- an armadillo is certainly an Away.
:! :J Interesting character: seeming -
a } ) LdDI4G to be a cross betweena Drawing To Be Held April 1st Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp"With .

J. variety of other animals.
M BAG ? There Is one thing In parti-
cular that I find extremely

.; -r.r. ": Dust .r10" ..-..-. Intriguing: about these shell-
*1.37\| f edmmammals consistency of and their that birth is ha-the -

$1 19t t bits. Four Identical babies
1 :f t:
J ... are born to the female ar-
ss :) madillono moreno less.
Always the same sex, and
Jy'I.}." "I1Y.ll11'1p" t )"'I""V", ,..": ;tr9; )..-piI'ItIttM1117Yw,' 1 ''': identical every way. I must Basically because the total income FPL receives
admit that all
secretly arma- from electric bill isn't
dillos look alike to me anyway your payments nearly'enough
GARDEN 6-6-6 but I imagine that all 1"t? to pay fur the necessary investment toward serving

1'89 people look alike to an ar- MF ,_' ,<' you in the future. You probably know that Florida

FERTILIZER 2bOM Mgiois: : madillo.This quadruplet habit apparently ,, > is the fastest-growing major state. So in order to

works for the armadillo ; keep up with your ever-increasing need for electric
as they seem to be becoming .H.' .. :' power. FPL must continually expand. New power
GRASS SEED tiful. more and for more armadillostew plen- x k'' plants and lines...substations...they all cost money.
? ,::; Lots of it. More than a million dollars a d.iy. So
,, 4 l w...* >jo"' FPL has to borrow Last year, out of 380 million
I. :r
LB. 1.39 ,' dollars spent for construction, more than 260 million -

ARGENTINA so LB. 59.99 SERVICE MEN ; a at '' ate \ had to come from sources other than custo-

; .y, .\ mers'payments for service.
BAHtA 100 LB. I s.n :', : revenue' you get FPL encourages :you to ask questions. About

114.99 Airman Van D. Crawford, "! from utility bills electric service. Rates. Environmental protection.
son of Mr. and Mrs. EarlW. ,
PENSCOLA Or anything: else. We believe :you deserve honest
LB. .69 Crawford Rio I L Stark,
has graduated at Lackland */4.:; : whydoyouneedto straightforward answers. questions to answer:your

so LB. 31.99 AFB, Tex., from the U. S. : 1" most frequently-asked: publicly. (All
Air Force Instructor r borrow others will Address
marksmanship t money receive personal replies.) ':yourS

BAHIA 100 LB. 56.99 the Air court Training conducted Command by 'j :, questions to:your local FPL Manager.

Knowing' what' concerns helps us do
(ATe). :you
Airman Crawford, who was 1 ass our job better.
FLORIDA trained In the fundamental'

539 E. Call of marksmanship teaching and ask.
EST maintenance of email arm,
Is remaining at Lackland for
Starka. Fla duty; with a unit of ATC which FPL answers.Bradford .
ONTIOl provides flying, technical and "
964-5745 basic military training for E=
a awns CIL Air Force personnel. ,
.. He Is a 1972 gradual of n-
Zavalla, Tex. High School. .

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Pag. 12 TELEGRAPH M... 15. 1973

Bicycle Riding Moose Lodge Leroy Stokes Bud AlvarezBud

I LAW T E Y Accidents Up Plans
53 of Starke
gyECIIUECH Iliobeth Terry Ilwy. Patrol SaysThe Lerov Stakes. 44. a retired Alvarez, ,
r died Wednesday, March 7,
( For St. Pal employee of Green's Fuel in in a Gainesville hospital afteran

and Mrs. Priest, which all Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mos- Increase In bike rid- Gainesville, died Wednesday In Brook-, Illness of several days
SCHEDULESAND came In March. Mr. and Mrs. ley were Sunday overnight ing popularity in Florida has The Starke Moose Lodge March lie 7, at his home member of the lie was a construction foreman -
ACTIVITIES Summerlin remained for a guests of their son-in-law and ,. brought with it an increasein will have a St. Patrick's er. was a Church and with Clay Electric Co-
Grace United Methodist longer visit. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry '" bicycle accidents, accord- Day dance on SaturdayMarch New River Baptist Worshipful operative, and a memberof
church; Sunday School, 9:45 Beach to the Florida Highway 17 with music the Fron- was serving as Hiway Bap-
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- Vogler, of New Smyrna ,d' Ing by Master of Pine Hill Lodge No. the Bayless
a.m. Worship services, 11 a.m. spent Monday with their and attended the funeral of Patrol. tiersmen from 9 till 1. tist Church.
and 7 p.m. MYF Monday 7pm their brother, Ceal Mosley, Patrol records show that One new member, Don Es- 9, F. & A.M.Surviving are his wife.Haz-
followed by Choir Prac- son and daughter-in-law, Mr. of Samsula on Monday. bicycle deaths Increased 20 ford, Jr. of Lake Butler, are his widow, el Reddish Alvarez; one
and Mrs. Rcggls Norman, of Elbert : In 1972 over the pre- will be welcomed this
tice.United Rev. and Mrs. percent at Joyce A. Stokes, Brooker; daughter, Mrs. Jannelle Dyal
Methodist Women of Chiefland.Mr. Knight of Annlston, Ala. were ciding year; up from 59 in time. He is the son of Mr. three daughters, Mrs. Kathy his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
the Church met Tuesday nightat and Mrs. Earl Teston Friday overnight guests of 1 1971 to 71 in 1972. and Mrs. Don Esford, Sr., Clayton, Miss Robin A. Stokes, V. Alvarez one brother
7:30 p.m. After a brief and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Les McClel- Col. Eldrige Beach, direc- and has just Joined the lodge and Mrs. Betty L. Hixon, and James R. L. Alvarez; and two
business session, Mrs. Lonnie Teston, were Sunday tor of the Patrol said, "Col- after serving 'a tour In the one son Aaron D. Stokes, all all of Starke
George Tribe was asked to dinner guests of their mo- lan.Mr.. and Mrs. Hermle Kel- It''! lege students and workingmen Army In Vietnam. of Halnes City; four stepsons, grandchildren sister, Mrs. Earl
and one
show slides of her recent ther, Mrs. Robert Melton, of ly spent Wednesday to Fridayat ,.., 1 0 and women are using bicycles The Nominating Committeehas Michael Castlen, Long Beach, Schwab. Winter Haven.
tour to Great Britain. The Ocoee, the occasion being her transportationmore
their home on Bedford Lake for selected the following Calif.; Patrick Castlen, U.S.
men were Invited on this special 78th birthday anniversary. near Keystone Heights. COTTON *** oiucj_i\.eep than ever before. A- slate of officers: Governor Army, Germany; Anthony E. Funeral services were hejd
occasion. Refreshmentswere Mrs. Myra Rafuse spent a Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hollo- stripes your eyes this on cotton's sassy dults who have suddenly regained C.H. Huson Lou Roberts; Castlen, Tampa; and Charles at 2:30: p.m. Saturday In
served after the slides week with her brother and way, Robert and Lisa of summer. an interest in bike rid- Junior Governor, Leroy Castlen, Brooker; his mother Jones Memorial Chapel with
were shown. sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Clarkston, Ga., were Tuesday of Indiantown. We are gladto ing should remember that they Griffis, James LutherPrelate ; Mrs. Alberta Stokes, Rev. J. D. Robinson and Rev.
Albert Davis, of Fort My overnight guests of their mo- report that he Is better are not as skillful as they William McRae; Trea- Brooker; four sisters Mrs. John Strickland officiating.
Highland Baptist Church: ers. Mrs. Davis is very ill ther, Mrs. Gaynell Mooty, and and was able to return from were as youngsters and should surer, O.L. Brown, James Mildred Martin, Fort {Myers; Interment was In Conner
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.lVor- and Mrs. Rafuse expects to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harbin. the hospital Tuesday. also brush up on bicycle Garland; 3-Year Trustee Mrs. Wilma Brannen, Lake Cemetery with Jones Funeral
ship services 11 a.m. and 7 return there any time. The Holloways went on to Mrs. Edith Swinney spent rules." Cleon Griffls Raiford Tet- City; Mrs. Jewell Kidwell, Home In charge.
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wil- Daytona but the children remained the weekend with her son- Bicyclists must obey all stone. Brockton, Mass.; and Miss
nesday 7:30: p.m. followed by kerson visited their brother, with their grandmother in-law and daughter, Mr. and traffic control devices and The election will be held Ruby Stokes, Brooker; four 1he Old 1timf/l,
Choir Practice. Jerry Padgett, who Is ser- until Sunday, at which Mrs. C. A. North, in Jack driving rules: April 3, and all membersare brothers, Dewey, Horace, and
iously 111 in Lake Wales Hos sonville. -Always ride as near to the urged to'come out and Donel Stokes, all of Brooker,
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SILVER WEDDING:; pital. Also another brother- time they all returned home. Miss Debbie Napier, of Lake right side of the roadway as cast their ballot. and Rudolph Stokes, I Klssim- _" l'
ANNIVERSARY! in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore Forest Academy, Orlando, possible and not more than Weekly lodge meetings are mee; and six grandchildren. ''. ,'fH I '\
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayes, Mrs. Clarence Manning. Mr. were guests of their son- Sherri Napier, and Geneva two abreast. held each Tuesday night at ''i' I
of Hampton, and Miss Ann Manning is ill also, but no in-law and daughter, Mr. and Wllkison of Jacksonville spent -Give arm signals and stop 8:30: and the public is Invited Funeral services were held "' 1.j;/ ;,
Sheering, of Starke, gatheredat room available In the hos- Mrs. Wesley Thomas, of Live the weekend with their grand- completely at stop signs. to attend. at 2 p.m. Saturday at the '
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. pital. They returned home Oak, on Thursday. On their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. -Never!' carry passengersand Brooker Baptist Church with "A luxi i U always a'tebi.I('
Earl Teston on Wednesday, Tuesday. return trip, they stopped by L. Wllkison, Sr. keep one hand on the --Lou Roberts Rev. L.L Parker and Rev. that Nrrnin to ilinxoUc in the
March 7, to help them cele- Miss Maxine DIxon of Starke for a visit with their son and !Miss Arthurine Blanchard handlebars at all times. Publicity Chairman Jim Countryman officiating. ruin."
brate their Silver Wedding spent the weekend with Miss daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Tribe, and Mrs. -"Hitching" a ride on a .............H.................................................
Anniversary. Their son-in- Tina Kelley. Mrs. Chuck Moore, and new Ernest Wells, visited her sis- car or truck Is strictly Ille
law and daughter, Mr and We are glad to know that baby in Lake City. ter, Mrs. Ruth Barthlow, of
Mrs. Randy Hayes, Invitedthe Mrs. Purvis Brown was a- Mr. and Mrs. G. J, Car- Middleburg! on Sunday after- gal.After sundown, bicycles
family to their home on ble to return home from St. michael of Jacksonville, and noon. must have a white light on
Saturday night for a meal. Vincent's Hospital last Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Harley Her- Ray Reddish and Mr. and the front and a red light or
Their son, Jerry, treated day after having arm surgeryon ring and son, Bill of Orlando Mrs. Lu Robinson and fam- a red reflector on the rear
them to a steak dinner in Wednesday. She is getting spent Sunday with their grand- ily of Tampa and Mr. and that can be seen from a dis-
Jacksonville Sunday night. along fine.Friends. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Mrs. Kay Stephenson of Mac- tance of 500 feet. ep
of Mrs. P. L. Din- Dobbs. clenny spent the weekend with Beach concluded by saying
BIRTHDAY PARTIES kins and Mrs. Charlie Shuford Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor Mrs. Ethel Reddish and Mrs. "Bicycle accidents are largely -
:Mr. and Mrs. Luther Milliard regret to learn that they are of Lexington bid., spenta Bessie Stephenson. Mr. and preventable if riders will
were hosts for a birth- patients In Bradford County week with their son-in- Mrs. Jack Dugger, of Mac- follow bicycle rules."
day party on Saturday, honoring Hospital. law and daughter, Mr. and clenny were Sunday afternoon
their son, Daryl, on Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Sim- Mrs. Paul Lock and family. guests. .
his 18th blrthd '. After play- mons and family of Atlanta Nicula 1
Mr. and Mrs. O. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Swin- The little boy down the
Ing several games, Daryl o- Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. W. and family attended the 19th dell and sons went to Disney block says he has Succeededin
pened his gifts. Ills mother Mobley, of Sarasota spent the Homecoming at Calvary Baptist World on Sunday and plan to making his room so filthy
and Susie served strawber- weekend with their brother- Church, Jacksonville, on return home today. that his mother has in
ries, ice cream, cake, potato in-law and sister, Mr. and Sunday. After services, din- Mrs. Bessie Stephenson of straighten it because nobody
chips, candy and cokesto :Mrs. Jack Kuhne and fam- ner was served on the ground. Pensacola and Mrs. J. O. under 11 up I Is: allotted In.
the following guests: Gayle ily. Emanuel J. Morris the
pas- Pons of Tallahassee, were side.
Shuford, Tina Kelley, Cathy Mr. and Mrs.Jimmy Moore, tor, who organized the church Monday overnight guests of
Teston, Joseph Starling, Chris and Susie, of Orange 19 years ago, Is still their her mother, Mrs.Bryant Reddish Iii! Sitting is believing. i
Frank Pendarvis, Gerald Hosier Park, spent Saturday with Mrs. Stephenson will :::::::: : : :: : ::: : : : : ::::::::
!Norman' Donald, and :Mosley Maxine* Robert Dixon. their Fred Moore.parents, Mr. and Mrs. pastor.Mr.. and Mrs. Robert Jones remain some time.with Mrs. Reddish for \\\\ Cord Of; Thanks: :\|\;
and family were called to
:Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Day, Darrell Wright and Larry :! I I Im1
: Va. Jacksonville, Ala. on Sundaydue Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Tho- i :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: of I
of Cedar Key, :Mr. and Mrs. Sandy, of Bridgeport W. to the death of their mo- mas and Jay, of Live Oak, Visit the big new beautiful interior
George R. Summerlin, of Lake are spending some time with
ther, Mrs. Reba Willbanks. and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ca-
City, :Mr. and Mrs. E. W. their uncle and aunt, Mr. and They returned home last sey and family of Starke, were CARD OF THANKS THE 1973 SUPER BEETLEMILLERBROWN 11 11III
Williams and Hal, and :Mrs. Mrs. 0. :Nicula and family. of their Mr. The kindness and sympathyof
guests parents,
:Murray Williams, of Well- Rev. W. O. Mathis of Max- Thursday.Mrs. neighbors and friends dur- INC. .>
Nona Gall Paine and and Mrs. Fred Moore, Sunday MOTORS ii ii1ili
born; and :Mr and :Mrs. Joe vllle, was a guest of Mr. son of Gainesville, were afternoon. ing the loss of our beloved III ,
Allinder, Cheryl I and Debra and Mrs. Les McClellan on Thomas daughter, Denise, will always
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. Mr. and Mrs. Jody -
p'.1Ia:: :
of Gainesville all gatheredat Sunday. L. Wllkison, Sr. of Gainesville, were din- remain with us a precious VOLKSWAGEN DIVISION tj
of :Mr. and Mrs. : A. C. Pearce was a Our sincere thanks
the home Mrs memory.
of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Ed returned home ner guests
Hubert Priest on Sunday fora Thursday overnight guest of Sunday from May a visit to see Mickey Moore Saturday evening and gratitude for all those j 1 4222 NW 13th Street, Gainesville 3764551ayrWtt'WtWtXtt'XXSIX'X j 1

family dinner celebrating her son-in-law and daughter, comforting acts. The Herman ........ ..... ................... .. ........... .. ............ :: :: :::: ::::::
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AREA NEWSBy Hampton F3 LINDA IN G. COX BRIEFBy ;":1 Community News I I

Josephine Fontaine Mayor .
'BIRTHDAY PARTY kab, 3rd grade: Sharon
CITY NEWS Cast: Narrator Karen Fussell, Martin Hunter Drew By Elliobeth Given Walker
The Hampton Volunteer Helle Bambi, Marty Rho- ResignsCiting Brenda Willingham celebrated Andrews, Renee' Mott. Miss
Fire ;
Hill's School will begin Ing Worship, 11 sum. with
Department met Monday den; Bambl's mother. Tam- her 9th birthday witha Room 3rd grade: CHURCH NEWS pastor. Sunday -
ning at the Fire House. Each eve- my Gosnell; Thumper, Stephen party given at her home Frankle Andrews, Debbie Greater Bethlehem Freewill services Sunday at 10 a.m. No. 2 Choir In charge of
member was given a Consti- Spell Thumper's mother a disagreement with Monday March 5. Approxi- Miller, Guy Wayne Parrlsh Baptist Church: Weekly ser- Morning service at II. The the music. Evening Service
tution to read and discuss It Jenny Davis; Mr. Magpie the Hampton city council over mately 20 guests enjoyed Penny Riggs, Brenda Willing- vices will begin Ushers Choir Union will be held at 7 p.m., with No. I Choirin
at the next meeting. There Bobby Contois; Mr. Owl, the handling of a garbage contract playing games. Prize win- ham 4th grade: Susan Board No. 2 and Choir No. Allen Chapel church at 3 p.m. charge of the music.
was a general discussion Joe Hagan; Flower Jeannie Mayor Willard Thomas ners were: Brenda Willing- Douglas, Linda Manning.Mrs. 3, meeting Monday night. Evening service, 5:30 p.m.
cerning age limits. Membersof con- Lloyd; Blue Jay Monty Gils- submitted his resignation ham, MalissaRabon and Monica Hurst's Room, 4th Tuesday night Senior Choir All members are asked to There will be an appropriate
the Fire Department can't .son; Raccoon, Doug Glover; March 1 1.'effective that date. Green. Birthday cake grade: Sheila Starling David rehearsal. Wednesday night cooperate with the Activitiesof program at Antioch for Mrs.
be Insured if they are under Rabbits TImmy Thornton, that date. homemade Ice-cream and Sparks, Debbie Green Elaine prayer meeting. Thursday the church for success. Carter Mrs. Burr and Mra.
21 years of age, so member- Jimmy Joyner Marie Corbitt, Mayor Thomas 56, had ser- punch were served by Mott, Kim Thomas, Joyce night the Ladies Circle will Brown on March 18 at 5 p.m.
ship will be limited to 21 years Bill Gatlin,' Larry Rhoden, ved five months of a one year Brenda's grandmother Mrs. Prescott. 5th grade: David meet with Mrs. Rebecca Al- Antioch Missionary Baptist Everyone Invited. Sponsoredby
or older. A practice drill Marty Waldron, Arneth term for which he defeated Videll Smith.. Everyone had Fussell, Janlne Willingham, len. Friday night the Prayer Church, Rev. I I.W. Thomas Mis s Willie Mae Alston.
was planned for Saturday. Meece Darrell Youngblood, former .mayor Arthur Bruno an enjoyable time.ELEMENTARY Billy Copeland. Band will meet at the homeof pastor, Starke, Fla. Morn- Gertrude Carter, reporter.'ODDDDDDDDDDDDDRAaDDI..
March 17, to qualify driv- and Tommie Rodrlquez;Chipmunks last September 12 In Hampton Mrs. Scott's room, 5th Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Co-
elections. A popular Hampton grade: David Raulerson, I ODDDDD Q DDDDDDDD ...
Monica SCHOOLCongratulations
ers and operators for the Mike Carroll, Vington. Saturday dinners will
fire truck, and to also familiarize Brown, Linda Fowler and Elizabeth politician, Thomas also was Jimmy Mann. 6th grade: be sold from the kitchen.
all members with Mitchell;Oppossums elected and served as mayor In to the following Angle Andrews, Shari Green Sunday is pastoral day.Sun- .t PRESEASONISCOUNT
the general operations. The James O'Steen, Jessie Keaton 1970 and 1971. He resigned students at Brooker Doreen Jakab, Darlene Mott, day School at 9:30.: Morning ?4 $ 1
firemen and the Ladles Auxiliary and Kathy Mitchell Skunks then to run for and was elec- Elementary on their outstanding Kay Prescott, Sharon Tet- service H a.m. Dinners will
will work together for D. J. Riddick and Jeff Van ted marshall In 1972, but was efforts and achievements stone, Steve Thomas. be sold by the Ushers. Lea-
the annual Easter Egg Hunt. Eek. Many parents, relativesand forced then to run for and was during the fourth 6th-weeks PTA Meeting There gue at 4 p.m. Evening ser- CHRYSLER AIRTEMPAIR
friends attended the delightful elected marshall! In 1972, but grading period: Mrs. Jack- will be a PTA meeting Tues- vice, 6 p.m. ON ALL NEW
The Ladles Council of the presentation.Jon was forced to resign In mid- son's Room, 1st grade: Richie day night, March 20, at Last Sunday the pastor and CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT...
Hampton Christian Church and Cindy Van Eek took term because of series of Comerford, Carol Fussell, the Brooker Elementary congregation went to High
met last Wednesday evening. part In the Cancer Blke-a- heart attacks. Kim Carroll Doug Green, School at 7:30 p.m. The Springs to render servicesfor ACT NOW..AND SAVE!
After Song Service and Devotional thon last Saturday. Jon wentto Thomas ran for mayor last Don Green, Denise Keen, primary grades will presenta Rev. G. G. McArthur on a
Mrs. Lillian Hall Orange Park and covered year against Bruno and regained Tammy Mann, Danny Rauler- Spring Musical. Please Family Day program. STARKE APPLIANCEYour
requested the reading of the 46 miles. Cindy stayed around the office. son, Elaine Tetstone, Rhonda plan to attend. There will Rev. Williams gave an inspirational -
minutes of the last meeting Keystone Heights and vicinityand "We Just couldn't see eye Truett, Tootise Tucker,Kenny be an Executive Board meet- message from E-
these were given by the Secy. covered 56 miles. This to eye and I thought it best Hill, Jeff Johnson, Joan Cope- ing in the Library at 7 p.m. pheslon 4:1-12 as a back- Dealer
-Treas. Mrs. Grace Beal. should Inspire our young peo- that I get out of it." Thomas land, Teresa Starling. prior to the PTA meeting. ground scripture with the sub- rtemp
Plans were made to workon ple to participate In more of told the Telegraph Monday Recognition for good efforts: ject: "Family." The last ser .
the Church yard on Mon- the community activities. night from his home. He Joel Elllngtion, Acie Hall, REVIVAL COMING TO vice was at 6 p.m. with the WHERE .
day, March 12, also for a stated handling of the garbage Louis Tetstone. BROOKER BAPTIST Mission Dept. in charge. The FAIR\ PRICES
covered dish dinner. Reports contract by the council was Mrs. Sherwood's Room, Junior Choir rendered a spirItual AND QUALITY WORKIS
were given on visitation and 3 B&E'sReported the main reason he submittedhis 2nd grade: Bradlee Cox, Revival Services will begin song service.
the sending of cards to any- resignation at this time. Tiny Hodge, Debbie Polk Sunday morning, April 8, OUR PRIDE.
one In our community who is Thomas said there were also Cindy Raulerson, Penny J anew following nightly at 7:30 p.m. New Bethel Baptist Church
other matters concerning the Plan now to attend. Professional Repairman employedFor
HI. The Ladles would like Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.
thank W. H. Summers operation of the city with School 9:30 Information
to for Sunday : a.m.
slate of
his gift of $25 to the Ladles which he has not agreed, but city officials Including Prayer List for the sick: BTU 5 p.m. Regular services -
Council. They purchased two In declined to go Into those. City Councilmen Ted will be held March 18. CALL 964-8363
evergreens with this and it CityThree The garbage contract was Curtis. Don Hill Oater named Pitt Baxter, Roy Green, Edna Sunday School, 9:30.: Morn-
makes a nice addition to the originally let to Lonnie Milton chairman), Ralph Trisler, and Hayes, Morris Dyal, Myrtle Ing Service, at 11, and Eve- OR COME BY
Church. breaking and enter- a Hampton community resident P.H. Lett. The holdover councilman Fletcher, Mrs. Henry's mo- ning Worship 7 p.m.
Ings took place In Starke in as low bidder. The is A.C. Dennison. ther, Mary Green, Lloyd 322 BROWNLEE,
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! February. Onof vandalism and council accepted Milton's bid, The city council will meet Barry Annie Jernigan, Zu- Greater Allen Chapel AME STARKE FLA.lEveryDayLowPricel .
To Mrs. Mary Holllfield who two concerning grand larceny. telling him, Thomas said to next on March 13. lene Harrell, Allen Foster Church. Rev. B. C. Williams, ,
celebrated her 74th birthdayon Bradford High School was contact Milton to see If he Jim Keen, and Sarah Edwards.
March 7. Mrs. HollLfteld broken into and $50 worth of would Include In his duties the
done In vandalismFeb. pick up of sacks of leaves
is the mother of John IIolll- damages
left beside the road. -
field. 17 or 18.
Also a Happy Birthday to Principal Charles Francis Milton, Thomas said, agreedto
Mrs. Alberta Dell, whose reported the case to the StarkeP approached that. But the which council Thomas with eyDayLowPrice FOOD
birthday Is March 19. o 1 Ice Station Feb. 19
that Information he told
Correction on the birthdayof lag When Patrolman was
that the council had later CENTER CUT
rejected I
Ruddy DeWaters. He cele- Mervin Jackson arrived he DRIVE
brates the 18th; we had it found that the subjects entered Milton's bid in favor of
wrong last week.Congratulations. the back door. the next highest. Reason given SIRLOINSTEAKS FAIR
to Mike Dahmers Discount House Thomas said,was that Mil- LAUNDRY I
and Sharon Heed, who cele- was robbed of about$350 worthof tion hadn't drawn up a contrac- !)
brated their first wedding anniversary speakers, a tape deck a t for the Job as required under SUPERMARKETS\
March 10. Mr. and digital clock and a guitar and the city's legal advertisement. DETERGENT
Mrs. F. C. Reed helped to case. Culprits entered the Thomas disagreed with the STARKE'S
celebrate by taking them out building by kicking down the council's action, saying the 320 S. WALNUT ST.
to dinner in Gainesville. back door Milton contract was already an fiIIIIIt ..,
Wednesday night VIKVDAV GOOD
or early morning, official act of council. :: .... | .WfclK...flONUt sun OOOU MRU
14 H" u< ""0 QUANTITY
1 elected by the people 84oz 99c CflHD
FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS according to City Patrolman was $159
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard Denton DeVoe. The Is to uphold the work for the town 11II eiuwt. .o
case I
In letter of pleased to accept,
and daughter Toye, of still under investigation by Thomas wrote a ONLY.. ue
Ocala spent last Sunday with Starke Police. resignation."I .
Mrs. Richard's parents, Mr. $268 in cash was stolen from feel I cannot do this with ,
and Mrs. J. G. Adkins. the Garden the present council which seems -
Restaurant any to be against the good of I 5SS' ', CENTER CUT I
Mrs. Inzie Morrow and son, time after 11 1 p.m. Thursday BONELESS
Mervin, of Plant City, were Feb. 14-15. the town and the people. I CHUCK rrrrrer
visiting the Matchetts and the Money was taKen from Thomas also expressed app CHUCK I rrwrartrIISTEAKS .
uio ROUND ,
of I
Wadsworths over the week- cash register and change taken reciation for the vote con-
end. Mrs. Morrow is a sis- from under the front fidence placed in him by the '
ter of Mrs. Wadsworth and ter after the culprits entereda coun- people and said he regrets i ROAST i
the Matchett brothers. rear window according to having to take the action. He STEAKS'cur
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Nor- Devoe. said he has not been getting

man Norman of of Lawtey Kingsley and Lake Wayne had In things the present done to situation help the town and .. i t..w C --

dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Central OfficeOf that hewas,therefore,resign- $149 79 8ACI
Marklee Norman last Friday ing.In CEt tIED
evening. NSC MovedTo the Sept.12 election Ham- O.J.CHOICE LB 1

Rev. Preston Perry, pastorof Green Cove pton voters elected virtually

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officiated at the baptislmal Central Offices of the Neigh- Pantry Pride
service at 11 a.m. Four mem- borhood Service Centers, E- JacksonvilleDirectory BEEF SLICED 1/4
bers were baptised. mergency Food and Medical BEEF PORK LOINCHOPS CREAM.46oz 1 / /
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mc- Services, Slmilac Feeding
Gunnlgle and Mrs. Lucy Mc- Program and Housing Pro- BRISKETS TIMOIR>LICR QUICK FHO2IN
Gunnigle have returned to gram of CUBB Economic Agency -
their home In Edmonds,Wash. Inc., moved from their 69< .i4cI
after visiting with Mr. and original offices In Starke to _
Mrs. Ralph Vaughan. Mr.Mc- Green Cove Springs on March Auto Sales and S rvfeParruh
Gunnigle is Mrs. Vaughan's 1, it was announced this week Pantry I 1
brother, and Mrs. Lucy Mc- by H. C. (Pat) Farnswroth, Motor REGULAR GRIND DELMONTE VIVA warDA'Pride
Gunnigle Is their mother. Jr., Executive Director of the LOW PA/Cf/ !
Hampton was well repre- agency. OR ELECTRIC PERK TOMATO !
s.- :
sented at the special meetingof ; ;
Personnel Involved In the
the Bradford County Zon- USc@J TOWELS
Annet AY.1
were Mrs.
ing Board, where the board COFFEELB JUICE
the mobile home Hughes, Projects Director; I ""
approved Mrs. Linda Roberts Central PRINTS OR ASS'T. COLORS
center Always Good Used Can
park and shopping on I
the corner of Highway 18 and Office Secretary; Miss Sylvia ttl Lain St. Ph. 3S5.< % I
Williams, EFMS' Secretary; .. i I GIANT,
301. asst a. :" '' C
Mrs. Louise Newman Housing '
SCHOOL NEWSA Coordinator; Mrs. Louise PIANOS 6 5 C ROLLS 9

Ernestine special Register thank you and to Miss Mrs. Hudson, and Community Mrs. Pearlie Volunteer Jefferson CON YAMAHA and KIMBALLARC PIANOS BAG ;, CANS 1 1

Carol Palmer who with all Housing Specialists.The ANC
the 5th grade and two from Green Cove Springs EveryDayLowPriceSWIIT BonusBuyFHISH BonusBuy EveryDayLowPrke
the 6th grade picked up cans Neighborhood Facilities Cen- MILlOW ROSE DALE
and trash from Highway 221. ter is located In the former Golden SWIIT FLORIDA FRESH SLICED
They did a good Job and all Dunbar High School Building RipeBANANAS STRAWBERRIES '.-PEAS OR
of Hampton is proud of them. on Mlddleburg Avenue in il.1I TOMATOES
The student body of Hampton Green cove Springs. Mailing
Elementary School enjoyed a address for the Central Offices -
musical version of Bambi is Post Office Box 597, 1 671
presented by the onnThuurss- Green Cove Springs 32043 KI IIAJ.L "SWINfJER";
and Learning Lab and the telephone number is ORGANS
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Legal Notice NEW BOOKS

NOTICEIn less. tine Underbill. and a survey of said lands. Charleston Heights South In and For Bradford County, NOTICE

the Circuit Court Judi- This change In classification PRECINCT #5 PLEASANT Dated at Starke, Bradford Carolina 29405. Florida March 13, 1973 v-r-l

cial Circuit of Florida.] In is subject to a public GROVE BRADFORD COUN- County, Florida this 12th day YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED In re: The Marriage of KAY J. W. Todd has made Ap- FICTIONThe

and for Bradford County. hearing to be held on Tuesday TY HIGH SCHOOL Starke. of March, 1973. that an action for dissolution ANN J KELLY, Wife and HOWARD plication to the Bradford
In Re. Estate of ROBERT March 27th at 7:30 PM Clerk Ida Mae Shaw, Inspec- EUGENE F. SHAW of marriage has been J KELLY, Husband County Zoning Board for re- Doll (Glowackl] >; Sprig

ALEXIS GREEN Deceased. in the County Commissionroom tors: Ella Mae Chastaln Lola SHAW AND KOPELOUSOSP. filed against you and you are NOTICE OF SUIT classlflcatton of the property Muslin Heyer); The Spanish

NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo at the Bradford County Zipperer, Norma Canova. O. Box 1086 required to serve a copy of TO: HOWARD J KELLY described below from OR Soldier Burkholz); The Mal-

all creditors Court House at which time PRECINCT #6 VANDERBILT Starke, Florida] 32091 written defenses If any, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- toBR. lost Streak;; (Cookson); High
and all
] all Interested shall HOME OFE. L. NOOK) Attorneys for the Estate touit on SHAW AND KOPE FIED that an action for dissolution The West 300ft of Parcel Hunt Eddings); Goodbye To
persons having claims demands persons
against said estate.or be heard for or against the NORMAN Starke Bayless of CLARA PEARL RAHME, LOUSOS Attorneys for Petitioner of marriage has been Desc as beg 343.26ft S of An Old Friend (Free man tie))

You and each of proposal, as specified In the Highway Clerk Mary Ella Deceased. whose address is 142 filed against you and you are Int. of Hwy 200 and Co. Gr. The Distance 1 And The Dark
hereby notified and you, are Zoning Code fBradford Watterson Inspectors: Mar-' APPROVED BY ME, THE West Call Street P. O. Box required to serve a copy of Rd. Sely at Rt Ang to RR (Wliiw; The Manltcore

claims requiredto County. garet L, Norman Joan J. Dy- UNDERSIGNED CIRCUIT 1086 Starke Florida 32091, your written defenses If 1018 ft to SCL RR, Sly along (D.iv.cs: : )) The Serpent UnderIt
present and any
demands which any either John Torode Chairman al, Mrs. Linda K. Bowen. JUDGE OF TIlE EIGHTH JUDICIAL and file the original with the of It on GEORGE H. PIERCE R/W 2:6.74ft: Nwly at Rt Angto (Taylor); Tyler's Row(Miss

of you have or Bradford County Zoning DISTRICT #3 BLANDING, CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA Clerk of the abovestyledCourt Attorney for Petitioner, whose RR 1031 ft to St Rd 200, Read); Case Of The Postponed
you, may against RALPH COUNTY BRADFORD COUNTY before April 12 POD Mur; ...' (Gardner) Oklahoma
the estate of Robert Alexis Board P. BRYAN on or address is P. O. Drawer 1030, Nely along rd. 217] ft to : ;
Green deceased to the Judgeof 3/8 2t 3/15 COMMISSIONER. FLORIDA, THIS 12th day Of 1973; otherwise a Judgementmay Starke Florida and file the Ex. E 210 ft. Sec 10 T6SR22E. CnjJNorman' ); From The

the said Court Bradford PRECINCT #7 RENO RJE March 1973. be entered against you original with the Clerk of This change In classification Nets Of Salmon Fisherman
County Courthouse Bradford HIGH SCHOOL Starke. Clerk /sGEORGE L. PATTEN for the relief demanded In the above-styled Court on or is subject to a public (For.-r.r); The Hospital Mak-

County Florida within six NOTICE OF ELECTION: William T. Holland inspec- CIRCUIT JUDGE the Complaint.] before April 10, 1973 other- hearing to be held on Tues- era Sobel: ), Patchsaddle] DriveFu".ll

months from the date of the WHEREAS on February 20, tors: Ethel V. Hall], Maybelle 3/15 2t 3/22 WITNESS my hand and the wise a judgement may be entered day, March 27, 1973 at 7:30: ( ); Walking"Davis

first publication of this no- AD,1973,written applications E. Roberts Corean McNeal. seal of said Court on the 9th against you for the relief PM In the County Commission O E;y1 Summer Of The Drums

asking that the Board of County PRECINCT #8 SEABOARD, NOTICEIn day of March 1973GILBERT demanded In the Petition room at the Bradford (Olsen); Night Of Delusions

tice.Each claim or demand must Commissioners Bradford Old National Guard Armory The Circuit Court of S. BROWN for Dissolution of Marriage. County Court House at which (Laumer> Let's Hear It For

bo In writing and must state County Florida to hold local Starke. Clerk Mary C. Cov- The Eighth Judicial Circuit, AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy WITNESS my hand and the time all persons Interested The Deaf Man (McBain) Spr-

the place of residence and option election under provis- ington Inspectors: Judy M. of Florida In And For Bradford : Betty Edwards seal of said Court this 28th shall be heard for or againstthe ing-field (Reese). ;

post office address of the ions of Chapter 567, 1971 Flo- Brown Peggy Shaller Fron- County Case 7360. Deputy Clerk day of February A. D. 1973 proposal as specified In

claimant and must be swornto rida Statutes was presentedby ie Crews. IN RE: The Marriage of FIRST PUBLICATION: March Gilbert S. Brown the Zoning Code of Bradford
Bob Blakewood Chairman PRECINCT #9 J KEYSTONE 15. 1973. Clerk County. LIBRARY HOURS:
bj the claimant] his agent, MARY JANEBESSINGER Petitioner
3/15 4t 4/5 John Torode Chairman Monday 9 to 8
: a.m. p.m.
Southslde School ,
Petition Committee of Elementary ,
or his attorney or It will of the and HARVEY LEE
-George H. Pierce Bradford County Zoning Tuesday,! ,; : Thursday: Friday -
Clerk L. Howell
become void according to law. the Starke Jaycees, of Bradford Starke. Hazel BESSINGER, SR., Respondent. Attorney for Petitioner Board 9 to 5
Each creditor shall deliver County. Inspectors: Shirley NOTICE OF SUIT NOTICEIn p.m.
First Publication March 15, 3/15 2tp 3/22 Sat irday: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
sufficient WHEREAS said Board referred Moore, Alice Barren Lucille
copies of his claimto TO: HARVEY LEE BESSIN The Circuit Court of Florida 1973. CLOSED' ALL DAY WEDNESDAY

enable the Court to mall said application to the Godwin. GER, SR., 11 1 Lawrence Street Eighth Judicial Circuit 3/15 4t 4/5
one to each personal repre- Supervisor of Election the DISTRICT #4 HAMPTON,
sentative. Honorable Jeneva M. Flynn Eddie Allen, County Commissioner -

Dated March 6, A. D. ]1973 for the purpose of her determining 1n 6:i rift t1CilFt j;, illl 'sittli'rlJi' p it +I1 1 1.l r;I jli1J j1 it1F ., rf Iflil fi.a a rari rl i1 t. ;iFrr'/'f t1i ''?., F 1 +fIJYYtI Lucille Harris Green whether or not the PRECINCT #10 THERESSA 'riIf( 4\lk'} (iffilrri ''bii11M h'f!, 4 41lli t''iii" lltilFl7,1 +:;iiiiii tlt .k.t.t.. 'ef4rr; 9 f: s!. 1f/ ;.t } ; ii7rt1fy! }} ; ;

'\dminlstratrK of the Last signatures thereon were signatures Community Club House The-

Will and Testament of, the of the registered voters ressa. Clerk Ruth Grlffls Inspectors -

Estate of Robert Alexis Green represented thereby, and : Mattie SIbley, Mar-

Deceased. WHEREAS on the 26th day tha Kodatt, Belle Gnann.

FIrst publication on March 8, of February A. D., 1973 the PRECINCT #11 HAMPTON

S73.( Board of County Commissioners City Hall, Hampton. Clerk !

3/8 4t 3/29 at an adjourned meetingmet Barbara M. Hill. Inspectors:

and received the reportof Ruth E. Reed Lillian L. Hall,

said Supervisor of Election Nannle Watterson.

NOTICEIn which report was filed PRECINCT #12 LINCOLN

riie Circuit Court Eighth and to be copied In the min- CITY, Starke Public Library

Judicial Circuit of Florida utes of the meeting of said Starke. Clerk Margie M. IX w- '' .

(In and For Bradford County. Board held on the 26th day of ling. Inspectors: Myrtle Anderson '"rrr2N' +,' ,h t jtl'' ffih +'"'r a' 'fltt1{ } 4r1' '+t 1p ;' '%''flit f rjz Pr ,n''+;F1t': t1if'}a' ti dtli\1 z fli F 4 '1 rt"/' :\ ,rfiiItttll ffi{II IT,. ',.ti':'Lt 8 +i1 fr,1', ;,. ik.... .,.....t'.1's'.{, v, tr+I +i+
CIVIL ACTION February A. D. 1973 and Ethel Raymond, Bar- ,u, > t''%\\1 t ,r h t ,r q ir fl, rr! ; :?, :vV % s i t 1\ '+ r:?ly+ linir t fy!r r, lr /}tsh It +{rfC 1t( ,:) \ YFr fr 14 Yfrf, f h h r

In re: The Marriage of Gladys WHEREAS( according to bara Valinski.
Elaine Dixon White & DISTRICT #5 BROOKER =
said the
report Board of .
DYS Elaine Dixon \Vhtte Wife County Commissioners of Dave Paulk, County Commis- .....,."' C Men's White Tennis Hats l
& Ernest Preston White Hus Bradford County Florida has sioner. r- : 100"; Cotton with .Y Tennis -it. -e
bandvs- Defendant. PRECINCT #]13A ROWELL lets. Szes-SML., Rackets rig: r Ceiling
determined that said applican-
.. .
don is signed by more than Terwillegar Motors (Ford) V C Budget y4i ap. Lights
NO PROPERTY Starke. Clerk Betty Jean tennis
twenty-five percent of the registered
'I. ..Ou.sldoISMen's
: Prevatt. Inspectors: Hazel M. *!
voters of Bradford t
Garrison Belts 1 white plastic ,.,
AIIITK the be-
Richards Clara Hazen Lou-
VOIRE HEREBY NOTIFIED County Florida, and there- ise Kite., po"deJ vinyl on split heath- / /;nnb,,, te af w filiqrcodosign. 2 Cell Lanterns
fore it is the duty of said Wood b nylon with .
that action for Dissolution er In block or brown. SAYE 407: lantern 2
an PRECINCT #13B GRAHAM I I r / Utility Uses two
Board under said Chapter Buckle I'' wide Sizes leathertk0 grip. Inside .
of marriage has been Broughton Building Graham. : is plastic bullet in orangegreen 'D'cell batteries,
filed against you ERl"ESTPHI" 567 to order a local option Clerk Merle Starling, inspec- 29 to 42 22% / SAYE 317 Out DaanrPnr I I end white. SAVE 919. For hone, canpmi) or auto
election as required by said o' w ,.i.6P : :
"TO WHITE and you are tors: Dorothy Starling Paul- Batteries,

,i-equlred to serve a copy of chapter.[NOW; THEREFORE BE IT ette Arnold] Bonnie Lee Bo omtt,..,y..P..t, mSAVE Prl D',' / 1 Our Dueunr Pnearc I I not included. 1wog
',,our written defenses If
any RESOLVED by the Board orCounty' gle.PRECINCT jam. 2 Gal. w.1.44'Ili
a) it the plaintiff's attorney
on ,
Commissioners of #14 SAMPSONNew GasolineBoys'
whose and address
DUDLEY name Bradford County Florida] in National Guard Armory, Boys' Cans ..
session duly assembled, at Starke. Clerk Margaret Pre- .,,, Novelty Print Permanent Deluxe ';: Eagle lOW 30
U4 North Walnut Street, which five members were pre- vatt. Inspectors: Rev. John T-Shirts Press A heavy v \ ,> Motor Oil

Starke> Florida, 32091 andfilethe sent, the same being a majority Strickland Irma Buford Jeans S duty,leak : t I qunrt.

original with the clerk of of the members of said Frances Dansby. .100; Cotton. proof" All wcathchoovydutv ,
the above styled court on or board that a local option ele- PRECINCT #15A BROOKER Taped neck, Fl L rustproof = S- tAGLf:

before April 5, 1972: other- ction Is hereby ordered by Community House Brooker. e Cute sayings III e Moral con j ell

wide a judgement may be entered said Board to decide: Clerk Mrs. Theo Dyal. Inspectors % E' / \ & Florida ( fie [ with neoprene .Multi. vista.
against you for the relief (a) Whether the sale of Intoxicating : Muriel Lee Kelley designs. i t -- flexible I. arty luyh de
demanded in the com- Jacqueline Hunter Jean Par- I ''fig' spout, B' Aluminum Booster Cables
liquors wines or e White i lerqcnte '
plaint or petition. beer shall be prohibited or \e Sizes-2-8. I h 5''=s SAVE 33% .6 and 12 1 volt toaster' rabies I e Extends enqi '
rish.PRECINCT 4 7
WTTNTSS mj hand and the permitted In Bradford County, #15B NEW RIVER I e Start' stalled vehicles safely ""' IdaAI
cal) of said Court on Feb- Florida andb Moody's Store New Ri- SAVE 147 { SAVE 219. o""r Dtnsvn te & easilyMen's SAVE 14'7. SAVE 227.

'nni-\: 28, 1973. ( ) To decide also whether ver. Clerk Alberta Jones Inspectors 1wt. wy _

Cilber S. Browns such if Eunice Moody, Mar- Our 'i P r, I I __
\ Clerk sales permitted by 0. On, P.... I I D. D..n..r Pn.r
of said
Court said election shall be restricted gie Dobbs Anita Countryman. v o1ufm
0 D.r w..J..Hr
r wtlt
ivy : Beulah :M. Moody to sale by the package as 3/15 2t 3/22 t Pno Wt.1 t tMen's

As Deputy Clerk defined in said Chapter 567
,urt peal) 22 Oz.Lui 1 Gal Decanter
s 4t 3/29 Florida Statutes aforesaid.IT Permanent Press Sanforized S
Pitchers 3 PC
IS FURTHER RESOLVEDthat ,, f Liquid -1--
,_ ; Long Sleeve Work Pants e An oroGraduot' /
Oven White
said election is hereby ordered NOTICEIn t e For beoutiTolhonds
CALL FOR BIDSI'r to be held April 3rdA. Dress Shirts l' Heavyweight and spark
on The Circuit Court of The 4. deep pockets cil (.itcli- Bowl I Sets
I Board of D. 1973 and that a copy of r Polpester b ling dishesLong -
County Com- Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida e Reinforced ci decanter Anchor Hock.no -
'iij-sioners of Bradford Coun- this resolution be published in In and For Bradford : I a Cotton. 4 i at points of wa; ;. lasting suds. lei mIx ..no

Florida will receive the Bradford County Telegraph County. In Probate #12050IN '\' lee Wid:: ; h limn LUX LIMIT } l'' ingicivingpouring 3 PC 3 Ml

-e! lied Bids at 10:00 A.M.. a newspaper of general RE: Estate of CLARA [ ; lOO'i< Cotton SAVE 1ES; 2 It qt-
colors '
\pill I 2, 1973! in the Court- circulation published in PEARL RAHME Deceased. I. f \ Sues. i e Khoki, green "*+' White w Gloss n ilk

IHISC in StarKe Florida for Bradford. County Florida,once NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE i+? 1417 Or greySues2942.- assortedcolor white
following J : a week for four publications tops.
in1 ton Truck the first publication to OF REAL PROPERTY AND PERSONAL + SAVE 327 rho' Ow SAVE 167; SAVE 24% SAVE 919.

,Axle be at least thirty days priorto ... ,
I u'nt' 5,000 ]Ibs, Rear Notice Is hereby given 5
jl' 2 speed ]15,000 Ibs, Heavy date of said election. suant to that certain Order pur- I 1 :e t., Kwlk KoveJ oar D.eran. Pe, L4 I I
I ,, BE IT FURTHER RE- Oar Ouesam Poo
'I Vacuum i
Hydraulic entered In this cause by the Z s 9 e 18" wide self w12.132'
""l\e i <", Engine 318 Cubic In- SOLVED; by saldBoard thatu- Honorable GEORGE L. PAT- -' "r adhesive.
lii -,, or more; Clutch ]13 Inch- pon said resolution being published LlttUCe
TEN, Circuit Judge on March ( e Plastic decoration ,
I ransmission as herein before required Y
'. 4
; 7 ] the Administratrix sticks to Crispers
1973 ,
b C)
.l i spoke Wheels Tires that proof of publication !
; of said Estate, DELLA ROBERTA almost any dry
'uvA!' 'D I) thereof shall be filed with Sac
Ply Tube Tjpe; DEES McINTOSH will = smooth clean _f
,iliu-s Rear the board as required by law, Plastic
I Springs Wheel
sell at public sale the fol- a,1,1IiIVi surface. I
c( ,i"i'J' inches and proof thereof entered up- a e Seals
or over. lowing described real and tl r e Long lastingdurable-
Gilbert S. Brown on the minutes of this Board. sonal property to-wit: per- Girls'Famous \ J s f in freshness, 4 Pc

Clerk to Boardt The West 1/2 of the North- Maker Deck Sneakers t..b. --; washable e Tight' Rock ingham

I Town- arch Men's 6" Leather Work Shoes ; Mug Sets t
west 1/4 of Section 15, e Cushioned Innersole & rigid
::t 3/15 (OFFICIAL SEAL) ship 7 South, Range 22 East, e All deluxe construction. Mochme e Rugged ton suede ''eother f' jnLrcokotlc!; Rockinghom, glazed mugs

RALPH P. BRYAN, Bradford County Florida washable. e Ideal l addition to an-:' kitchen.
with oil solo
You'd Expect To Pay resistant o,., oft., Guaranteed

1 i rite Circuit NOTICE OF COUNTY CHAIRMAN COMMISSIONERS : BOARC containing acres; and approximately all Improvements 80 e &Light navy blue Up To S4 98 P0 Sizes.712 SAVE 23% ',t-.4' h .3F.'w.t .&. .1 1 year SAVE 35% Can dmnerware, be added sets to Rockingham SAVE 317D.

Court Brad-
BRADFORD COUNTY eS.zes-8'. 3 __.
',", ,I ( thereon In their present state
ounty State of Florida
oar ma.
STATE OF FLORIDA of and together with I I o oattlnr / I
st ite of ROBERT ALEXIS repair r .. D..... i P. e
,I I \ Deceased. ATTEST all farm implements] tools, MatGirls' _
household In
VT1CE( OF PROBATE and furnishings
the dwelling thereon togetherwith
[r\K' State of Florida ToII
3/1/ 4t 3/22 all other Items situated B.C.
Persons Interested in thest.I Denim Slacks fi1 Shirt & Blouse
upon the hereinabove described ....... Powders
<<: of said Decedent: ---- -- I
% premises and containedIn e 100 Cotton ':'y HEADACHE' COLDS 50 s Tree Hangers
m ire hereby notified that
written instrument NOTICE that certain Inventory filedin iIMly 'T Chrone U luted.Plastic .
.me to be the Last Will and The Board of County Com- this estate. e Easy core. Q' P vt. tiupedto '
e Flare leg MA :,; sl .
The Clerk of the Circuit prevent'" >pV
'esta rent of said decedenthas missioners of Bradford County styling..Patchpock, .0....."..,...,
Court Bradford ''
of County
been admitted to probate Florida has selected the e Men s a i H 9-I d
in said Court. following as the Polling Places Florida. GILBERT S. BROWN I f 0.58.. other New Fashion "Ombre loafers Pacquin Care Aluminum I j:; ", ant''s s gir-

You are hereby commanded Clerks and Inspectors for will above conduct described said premises sale at the at / styles.e Handsome 3-tone brown. ,nt' & Treatment Lotion 8 Oz, Ice Cube Trays Plastic Inserts r .' Spoco saver

within six calendar months the Special Wet and Dry Election Sizos-M4. Srrorl distinctive stylng.New 0.. Dt. e Makes 14 'ice cube Rolled

from the date of the first to be held on April 3, 12 Pursuant noon on to March said 30th Order, 1973.No- oar SAVE 32% e 1 3 4" heel. SAVE 19% ,\ rot. wn.a. .,. edges. Handy" 32% l 357around
publication of this notice ]1973. "
to nousce :
Sizes-7-12. <
in said Court DISTRICT 1 LAWTEY tice of the public sale will be e -pl Micrin --' '
appear and show II. --
cause, if any you can, why D. L. Shuford County Com- published in the Bradford 296 1 / Our Diicaunf Pnt, A 1 I Mouth Wash '12 0., 0. D,....", P....gSAVE 0. D.n' P....gSAVE
County Telegraph for two (2) ,.
D..c. '
the w.
action of said Court in missioner. "a. Pner wet wo'J+rJ'I:
consecutive weeks commencing tm1
admitting said Will to pro- PRECINCT #1 LAWTEY -
with the first of said publications I
bate should not stand unre- CITY HALL LAWTEY. Clerk -lam
March 15 1973. LadyEagle
voked. Mrs. "Lara" Raymond Bryan. Colorful FloralArrangements Eagle 4 Lbs.
Said Clerk will not '
I&/ Georce L. Patten Inspectors: Clara E. Shu- accept New Fashion Printed tiE Sme-Oft 2< s .1 II' 101 ChlordaneInsecticide I
any bid for said real and Shrmk-Shells CasesLadies' Sinus Medicine '
+ Pillow '
Circuit Judge ford, Margie Sue Reddish ,
personal property In an .-! :" .
Bradford. County, Florida Peggie II. Gasldns.PRECL" mount less than the full appraised a-- e 100" Ac .2 ,n package, 0 ...w.,... yr.)9c"w;; rD ,'? ,--. .:\" I 1. Cheerful and CHLorDANE ... .For lawn.
) CT #2. RECREATION rylie (
KELLY value as fixed and e Printed. pillow : ;>+;: '\u''..'. > colorful bouquet ant hills. ,
First publication on March 8, HALL LAWTEY. determined by the apprais- Smarr I h' N .t cases c' .; .;!' .+t ,... ," Foam ",1r \\t..1.\ "?,', nrrongorront. 'h'_'" n flower beds

1973 Clerk Hazel Jones. Inspectors er's report filed In this Es- multt-colors 42".36" all + I'. '3'.K ": q;,. y pillOw3 'i'i!". .- 8. shrubs.sleeveless .
3/8 4t 3/29 Arthur Austin H. C. Kelley Low neck i yk7t cotton. .. 'f' #.,. .l to' ..t\: e Assorted e Roicctivoburners'
M. Moultrle. tate. i y '''>1'' e ;'. e Flufly I 'M'm1.1 ( .
Dorothy e 130 threads t/ fir : r colors
Said sale shall be for cash, ... mothproof
-1j6 ,
Sizes "t
PRECINCT[; #3 CRAWFORD e Floral designs ..C' e Some baskets around
lawful of the United '
NOTICEL. BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR money S, M, L r 'W : ;a with. 'handles, buidngs\ ,
States; ten UO) per cent of
K. Whitehead & May- BUILDING[; Starke. Clerk Lucille the purchase price to be paidto SAVE 119 gAVE 217:

Belle Ms wife & Steve Carter Inspectors: Lln- said Clerk on the day of

Whitehead has made Application ale Williams Ina C. Martin sale, and the balance upon I I iD eOdarleSS.0".0Ilerllc'gSAVI167- [;I 0. D.em P.... .

to the Bradford County Shellle Hall Gerle. approval of said sale by this ur Di.,.,., Priu wet I 26'

Zoning Board for reclas-] DISTRICT #1. BAYLESS Court or upon delivery of a

siflcation of the property described George W. Roberts, County good and sufficient deed.

below from EA toOK Commissioner. Said Estate will for all


]1/4 West of 6oSouth Section Starke. Clerk Joseph and furnish to the buyer title PHONE 964-7513 SAVING MONEY! LAYAWAY PLAN
3 Township Range A. GIssy. Inspectors: Mildred\ Insurance In an amount

22 East. 13.63 Acres more/ Fancher, Grace Page, Ernes- equal to the purchase price

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,. Mar. 15, 1973 TELEGRAPH P.0.13

5 AV E ,

S&H Green Stamps

ALLrL1\p ((1 '%4.1 L1 l Everyday Low Prices!

1. Weekly Specials!

a 44 I 1 I sIiT L .XJ ve r \ \ e \ r

b ,

'/L Z, x 1' t J, a "r y : ,

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8EEF P EO r' y ,, a ,$ w
Quantity Rights 4 '



Round Steak 138 Ground Beef $128SAVE


Rump Roast LB. $148 Pimento Cheese .PKG.: 59C i- _, 1 1_


Chuck Roast 99C 4 $1))00SAVE
,.. ;PS ;


Delmonicos $239 Franks 69C 1
.B0.NE.ES.: -


Beef Briskets $119 Bologna 89CWD
LB. -:



$ 99 L

LB. _

PKG. .i.:

L Tender
Pole Beans t. 29t
SAVE 27c
Astor Coffee . CAN68c' Green Beans . 5 16'0.CANS. $100
Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettesSAVE

.. . .. 32.0.J R. 38C Tomato. Soup '. 1010'114'01.' $100

:SAVr: 21 e ASTOR ALL PURPOSE SAVE 33c-THRIFTY MAID Chick. & Ric., Chick. Noodle, Muihroam or Cream of

Shortening . 3 SAN 48C Chicken Soup . 8 'Sfcr' $100


: Cake Mixes . 4 PKGS.: $100 Whole Kernel Corn 6 CANS' $100SAVE


Tuna Fish . . 3 'Ss $100 Cut Green Beans 6 CANS$10D


-C:'Y H.E'K. I . . 4 29'0.CANS. $100 Sweet Peas . 6 CANS $100


SOFT Large;: Eggs .E. DOZ.59C Preserves. . 32-01.JAR 78c

W. 16'01. $|OO 40o.. $>|OO
DRINKS CHE'K . .6 CANS | Butter . JAR |
"i>j'""" Pork & Beans TO CANS' $100 Bread 4 LOAVES $100Limit

10 cans with $7.5Oor more purchase excl.cigarettes


28C SAVE Y---+ (Strawberries

s e $100 $rm nKrw o $l

12-oz.CANS I 4 10-oz. J PINTS I



Western Apples. 80A 88c Perch Fillets . VS.79C
V Tomatoes . . 33C Waffles 2 :.", 89cFIRM

4 ,, Fresh Lettuce . >' 19C . e 3 SS'M00: ;
Crisp Celery . 2 STAI.S 39C White & Wild Rice ''As;::: 57e
i, Pink Grapefruit. 5 & 79c Acre Peas . 2:". 69c
Sweet Potatoes 3 lIS 48C Corn-on-the-Cob 2 :.0'1 $1
r Vn P. SAVE 33c OCOMA Chick.n Salisbury or Turkey DIXIANA POLY BAG
Meat Dinners . 3 us 5100 1 Butter Peas . 11.'.<;. 63c

'- -f z QIJo 1pvs 7LadcometAoq Fen &eIltOJ1/

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irN.N.NM COWMM.N UICNAM p tirtt Niwt A ia COUPON AND tuirMAti of 1 WlfM MlwtfAM* futCNAM M ,
II TWO 4-PACK 3-oi. CANS c THREE !6-oz. CANS ONE 18-oz. JAR 1 ONE 10-oz. JAR I 2LB.PKO. '
PuddingsGOOD FruitDrinks Astor Oil Coffee 4W Beef Steakettes
L No. 1 .t.p.e N. .a.N, jL__ NO. 2 At Vlul IOC 1 atN No.3 *"Ml" HC t XHMM ftHlt No. 5 ... .,,*..-,.-..N. ___ i it

r-i; EXTRA EXTRA, ;:, Ex.--R ; EXTRA .
I 14 M SpaghettiMEATDiBAIIS nner Turkey Roast d4 ParfyPizza 4 1l 44re Layer Cake ;
NO. 6 a.eY.e ur.NaNl c N0. 7 L.nwl N.+,.aNt j NO. 8 TOUt t t l mlMM AHH No.9..*...I......vmw..... No. 10.?,?I1?.1..,..?.?, i,

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Pag 16 TELEGRAPH Mar. '15. 1973



Deadline- for Insertion Mon- kb aS lISE JICTRIiV..p CJfOfiJ:1f7.h IfJ U

day 5 pjn. preceding Thurs-
day before publication.

C. Carats
Minimum Charge $1.75 Nursery High and dry in City. Nice
(Covers IS words) RAY'S ELECTRIC Thousands of Plants neighbors, three br., I bath
Each word over 15, 8C! FOR RENT SPECIAL1970 Ford 4 dr. ". INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR Fruit Trees, Shod. Trees, dining room, living room, and
(: J JFOR I Custom, full power & air, SELLING? Residential Evergreens, Camellias, utility room, large lot.
All Classified Ads must be 429 engine. $1,095.00. Gar- Azaleas., Roses
I paid for In advance unless ver's Service Station. 964- .... .....t CONTACT Commercial Most In Cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
you have established account 6258. 2tp 3/15 Industrial BILL POWELL BROKER
RENTMobile home
on 23 MI. S.E. Of Starke,
with The Telegraph. In that
Kingsley Lake. Phone Jerry eyeglasses. Hwy. 100 .964-6464
event sue extra charge forbilling. Glover, Jacksonville, 724- Frames navy & brown. Ho- REAL ESTATE Licensed & Banded Florahome 659.2165
Not responsible for 5472 after 5 p.m. No pets.4t FOR SALE-1968ChargerR/T, ward. D. Carlton. Phone 475- OR
I errors when given over the 3/22 with 440 engine, with 72.000 1338 or 964-7237. lip Qiarls Zlpp.,*, I Fr.. EstimatePh. WAYNE DOUGLAS
phone or when copy Is not miles. Just had new paint JOI). Associate. 000c ,
typed and brought to the of- Call 964-5240 after 5:30: D.m. I 473-3681 ASSOCIATE
FOR RENT12' wide Mobile I
fice. PHONE 964-7826
...................................................................... homes outside cltv limits."' J. Asking $1,200 or best offer 'MARTIN CAMPERSU.S. I .421 W. CARL BEGGS 964-6593
t FOR KENT: Furnished apartment B. White. Ph. 9646114.'ueng'OR tf 90 West Lake City' I MADISON ST.t&StStiffSi No Job Too Small Gulf Service

I ; three rooms and bath. RENTTrailer space. Phon. 752.3723 t'X:::: : :: : : :: ::::: :: : :: :::: :r: COLORADO
For Best
No children Phone Selection
or pets. 4 blocks from shopping cen- HEt.PWANTED' Of :: ::
964-8021 Adkins St. located ltchg at 204 W. ter. Call 431-1212 ext. 469, TRAVEL TRAILERS : BOGIESPlumbing I '. USED 10 Acres, $2,9751!
manent position. All company TRUCK CAMPERSAND Co. I AMokil.' Horn*;* interest.uSS mon coun-%
benefits. Minimum N PARTS high
FOR RENT- bedroom fur- starting TOPPERSFull JINGLES's. DOUBLE WIDES
A.I. THOMAS.- nished apartment. Adults only. rate of $2.18 per hour. Apply ?!: try.
I y 11j Expondo Rooms & Add
Call 964-5065. Itchg Southern Wood Piedmont Co. Line Of Ports And
REALTOR Baldwin, Fla. 8 a.m. to 4 Service ::: ANDRESIDENTIAL ::: On Rooms For Most Makes Of Cars Owner, STEED
p.m. 4tchg 3/29 TF { Free Delivery and Set Up 911.10th
964.5701 Nltes 468.1753 ::: |:: 100 MILE RADIUS 74 Hr. Wrecker Service Amarillo, Texas 79101

2 Br Frame on large lot HELP WANTEDLady for : BANK FINANCINGHWY Hwy. 301 N. Waldo 806-376-8690
In City. New bathroom;$6,500 r FOR SALE 1 professional office. Some ty- Mustang t 24'Hr. Service | 17 NORTH. Phone 468.1998 ltp

ping. Write P.O. Box 1148, PHONES |# GREEN COVE 5/73
2 Br Block with Gar. $6,500 Starke Fla. 32091. Itchg MOBILE HOMES, .. Tel. 284-5001. -264-7311 _
Office Ph. 964-8602 % FILING CABINETS. Typewriter -
3 BR Block,Corner Lot$8,800 HAVE HUNDREDS of new 8- I Stands, Desks Chairs,
track tapes for $2.98 and UNION CORRECTIONAL IN- THIS WEEtffc SPECIAL12X2 ti:! Horn 485-3751 1 i$t: Safes. -Bradford CountyTelegraph.
3 BR Block In Town $12,500 $3.98.--Dahmer's Discount. STITUTION. Help wanted-- II JIMMY MOORE'S tJ .
5tchg 322EUNICE farm Instructor, male at least B. R. 766 N. Grant St. i11
2 BR & 1 BR, In Town $12,700 21 years old. Must have good 3695 San Sports
I NURSERYFor sale, working knowledge of farmIng Starke Florida i 11( I FIAT
3 BR In Saratoga Hgt, $17,400 operation. Salary $125.00per : Davenport
tomato 2 miles plants container week to start 40 hours. 1650 N. Tempi Av.. ::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::: :;:::;:;:;:)::::::::::; :::::: YOUR MONEY
grown. north of Law- Salt Part Servic.NewandUsed
3 BR Masonry, 11/2 bath, tey on 301. Ph. 782-3972. Call or write Personnel Man- 964-7212 Stark.. Fla. Stark. Ph. 964-5791 Fence Co.Keystone .
out of Town. 30% Down and tfchg ager, Box 221, Ralford, Fla.
Open 9716 Sun. PLANNING A TRIP
32083. Ph.
Terms 431-1212.
Good Itchg
Complete Outboard & Stem USED IMPORT CARS
LET US HELP! Drive Service and Repair.Complete Hgti.
3 BR, 2 bath, carpets,drapes. LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering LADIES EARN EXTRA e.A W HARFIED AUTO
moneyIn Hondle ;
Built In stove. Nice. $19,750 R y 9. $3.14: 9 x 12. $5.98; Fiberglass Repair IMPORTS Chain Link
12 x: 12, 11111.50: 12 x 15 only your spare time. Take orders LONG CHAMPHome EXOTIC CRUISES Custom built Fiberglass INC.

3 BR, 2 bath, central heat/ 1)14.95. Many patterns and co- Call 964-5616.for Luzier Cosmetics.3/29 T* The Fishing Boats. 509 E. University Fence
air, brick, carpets, drapes; lors. Dahmer's Discount tf 3tchg and Bulldlni CAtlllEANSAlso Coln..I".372.073 rr

.28,500 Materials Airline Tickets Repairs

Modern 3 BR on 5 Acres, FOR SALE- 18' glass boat SEWING WE BUILD -' and Tours ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. POSTED SIGNS: Treated And
Barn, fenced, close to town, 90 hp Johnson motor 1965- Cell 964-7449 File Folders, complete line office to withstand weather- 20C each,
29000. and trailer, $900 or best of- "Your Plant Or Own TOWN FINANCE CO. supplies.The Telegraph. $2.25 doz. Special price on New Fences
fer. 964-8087. 5tp 4/12 MACHINESale Your Lot Or Ou..." P.O. Box 226 N. Ten.pl. Phone 9646305. larger quantities. Bradford

I FOR SALE- ft.house trail and Service FREE ESTIMATES PAYROLL ENVELOPES, County Telegraph. I Robert Davenport
er. 3 rooms & bath. Plenty PFAFF ELNA Remodeling Repairs -S SAVE1 Bradford County Telegraph.Ph. FILING CABINETS. Type-
MISCEllANEOUS cabinets & closet space. Ph. New Ham Additions 964-6305. writer Stands, Desks, Chairs,
468-1656. Itp WHITE Homo. Bought- Sold FRED DAVISBUICK Safes. -Bradford County Phone 4732102Sewing


LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast FOR SALE1970 Kawasaki $49.50 up ACREAGE FOR SALE9MU53 CMC TRUCKS Service
with X-ll Diet Plan, $3. REDUCE 125 trail bike, $325.1966 Che- ""A LITTLE RIDE CAN
excess fluids with X- vy 2, 6 cyl., $170.1957 Chev. Parts & Repairs on SAVE Residential And
Pel, $3. Money Back Guarantee 283 V/8, $125. FM wireless all other make machinesNATIONAL Hwy. 301 S. Stark TF \ YOU A LOT.73;; Commercial Wiring Operators
at Koch Drug. 12tp--4/5 mike $13. Sanyo (reel to reel) I GREEN COVE SPRINGS
stereo tape recorder, $95. ? Additional Outlets-
WE GIVE SERVICE- get Call 964-8241 after 5. Itp United! Farm INSURANCEAT Air Conditioning Experienced Preferred But We Will Train.If .

results! List your property Agency, Inc. REDUCED RATES Hookups You Are Seeking Regular Permanent
call 611 W. Univ. Av., Trailer Pole Meters
for sale us. today.-- FOR SALE- 4 room houseon Reg. Real Estate Broker AUTO FIRE BOAT
BILL POWELL, BROKEF.: 14 acres. State Rd 225 off ( 24-Hour Service Employment.
964-6464 or 964-6810 tfchg State Rd. 100, Starke. For Gainesville, Fla. Paul & Irene Faulkner DOYLE E. CONNER
Information call collect 305- Associates INSURANCE AGENCY 964-8641
378-1355 tchg,. Cadillac Uniform Co.
DeBary Fla. 2tp
206 S.
BULLDOZING & Wheel trac- Water Street
tor work by the hour or job. Stark., Fla. 964-5065 441 E. Brownlee
Goetzman Brothers garage, Stark, Fla.
Keystone Heights, Fla. Ph. FOR SALESofa, 2 chairs, WE MAKE ALL WANT TO SELL OR HIPP ( Sjplfr TRACTOR CO.
473-3104 or 473-3183. 3tp footstool, good condition $40; MAJOR APPLIANCE RUY REAL ESTATE?
3/29 end tables $3; beds $10 $15. Call Us For Best Prices T.I.phon.312.3464


WANTEDExperienced book- EXPERT REPAIRMEN I- 100 W. PH. 964-5606.
keeper 5 days week. Call 964- MOBILE HOME OWNERS- CALL 964-8363 New & Used ;i1.\
7490 between 8 a.m. & 5 p.m. Pick your lot from large selection PUMPSNEW See Our NewSelection !/J
tchg in several locations. Starke 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441 -" _' .
$15.00 per month plus interest AND USED Of Doublewides.

"ROOFING" Specializing In Ph. 468-1551 or 9648331.4tp Appliance Service SALES GAINESVILLE.FLA."Where We Also Have New And Used Household

repairs and reroofing:1 All repairs 4/5 323 Brown!.. St. 'TP PARTS Service Is Th. Better Idea"r..LOT.s..l Furnishings For Sale.
guaranteed year.
SERVICE R Til Dark Won Snf Noon Dark On Sunday* 4/73
Aluminum Carports, Patio WATSON'S
Awnings, Door Hoods and Gut- HOUSE OF VACUUMS Deep and Shallow Wells ,
ters. Roger's Upholstery, 3/4 Many brands of new vacuums .
mile North 301. 964-8350. $39.00 up. Used machines ,rte Don't Refinishing
4tp 329.EXTRA from $10. Expert Repairsall Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT i get .I I .
makes. Parts and Acces-
SERVICE : short. All Typo Of
MONEY-Make$1 each sories for all vacuums. Built
In Central ON ALL MAKES Upho..bry4'v.Ivd
vacumn cleaning VIIIIre.F
sale selling engraved person- *
alized metal Social Security systems. 712 N.Main, Gainesville PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE ForMOBILE : (1Q C.bln.t Work
Plates. Free sample sales 376-7110_ New & Used II:1i.: i : --\\J\ ,
kit. Baker Co., 6536 K Bar- Sales Service 'WJ HOMES Specializing In
mer, Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Starke Golf \ Piano Refinishing
& Club
ltp Country ready for Or Houses : L.
building on or for Investment. 1 Mi. North of the Mall And Reconditioning!

HOME REMODELING JOBS Lots area approximately 1/2 GAINESVILLE Moved 5 Block North Pick Yours From Over 100 Selections In One Of : C C. E. JACKSON
acre and larger. Paved roads 864 N. Tempi Ay.I I
done; also small appliance Call only 3 minutes from town. = Six ((6)) Locations : 1313 W. Madison Starke
work. Prompt service.
Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 4 .
964-8087. 5tp 412WE p.m. tfchg $15 Per Month Plus Interest :
: NOW HAVE diamond nee ALL $4.98 long play records WHY RENT? WANTED
dies for any make or model during March for only $2.98at 11j I i i .

stereo player.Dahmer's Dahmer's Discount. | R.O. Simmons Equipment Phone 468-1551 Or 964-8331 .. Install a famous Carrier
Discount House. if chg 5tchg 3/29 quality central air condi- Experience Service Man
Z......................................rj tioning system In your
| Has Moved To Starke For Mobile
I home or business NOW Home Set Up
WANTEDJourneyman elec- FOR SALE- Registered Angus ::::::::::::::*::::::::%:i:::::::::V::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;.;::;:>:>::::::::::::::::;: ::::::::: during our fabulous preseason -
trician; property clerk I. bulls 1 and 2 year old. Phone f'' I i -1* II price-breaker sale! & Delivery. Must Have
'! Please contact Personnel Sun- 9fi4-fSH4r J. B. WTilte. tfchg i All Your { Chauffer Licenses
land Training Center Gainesville ::1 Poultry &
FOR SALE2 registered Sewing Machine :ri riJE |:
Fla. tchg Experience In Retail
horses, 1 filly, 1 gelding. Stutz j':' Needs :: w:$ f.
camper topper, long wheel Equipment : Reduce safe & fast with Go- base. 138" stump-knocker : f fr :: JE Operators s

Bese Tablets & E-Vap"water fishing boat. Honda 50 mini : HOURS *:: !: \.- Apply
pills" Andrews Pharmacy.5tp bike. Ph. 4734435. r 4tp I
3/15 3/15 MON FRI. 8 to 5 WANTED 1 1f Mustang
Sawyer-Slade Gas
., 317 E. SrawnU. St.. Stark., Fla. } : ::
: Mobile
WANTEDUsed furniture, refrigerators FOR SALE3 bedroom CB f < % 332 W. Madison Homes

mer's Discount, washers.House.-tfchg Dah- house and out., recently Wall to painted wall carpet.inside ::# ... PHONE 90 /96 .6819 4Tp/ J: #.1 f Experience", Helpful But Not Necessary r Stark, Fla. 1650 N. Tmp>
Fenced back yard. $13,500. ; ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::S:::::::::::::::::;::::*::::::*::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: ::;i.; >> 9647701aD.IIaarl.ll.aaJ..IIa Ph. 964.7212wkWflfflLfl

1371 Blanding St. Saratoga
#, I ------ -- -- -- ----- -
Heights. 964-7733. Itp STARKE BUILDERSA Apply In Person

MOTORCYCLESFOR Complete Building Service WANTEDCombination
FOR SALE- 8 ft. pool tables WILL TRAIN i iI
for home use. Call 533- Phone 964-3270 219 E. Washington Sc. 1 #f
2421. Itchg Starke, FU. Auto Paint And Body Man.

CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL Excellent", Pay With Company Benefits & Bonus.

CB 450 SALE-motorcycle.1972 (blue Excellent) Honda "Th No Wax Floor" $4.59 I i iI Paid Vacation And Insurance 5 Day.Week

tact condition Sonny- low Loudon mileage.964-7334.Con- AUTOMOBilES Completely Installed Compare Ac $6.50 Per ea yd. LAKE BUTLER f APPLY TO

Suzuki 500. Low mileage, excellent FOR SALE1964 Rambler. 4 M.ny Color. To Choo From Ph. 378-5301 Ext. 41
conation. 9647955.t door, radio & heater. Good Eic..d. F.H.A. Specification $6.97 .

3532.condition.Up $150. Phone 782- Compl t.ly In.t.ll.d O..r Rubb.r P.

IFOR food SALE1972 Bhaoe. 4000 miles Suzuki, '350 also, FOR SALE1970 Torino GT. 100.. Continuou. FU. Nylon The SHAG"' Carpet With The How Look) r:I 496-3601 i i.o : OLDS INC.

helmet 164-5240.$600.tfchff Larry Oglesby. Best Fully offer.loaded Call, good 964-5546.condition.Itp Many Compl.t.ly Color In.t.ll.d To Choo.Qv.f. From Rubb.r P.ddln P.r 84. Yd. $795 ............,:,.....................-...:-.:..;,.:,.:..............."."............'.:..:.."'..:..;.:.:.-...-:.....-:.:-:....................................."..'.".................................................;......:.-.;::: :I Gainesville. Flo.. 704 S. Main St.

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