Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03887
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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 22, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of HeavenVol. :


32 Thursday, March 22, 1973 Copy

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Berries I .. i

Shipped Lrc;, 23rd AnnualCounty

From LawteySome Fair

4,300 flats of straw-

berries worth, at $4 per flat,
over $17,000 to Bradford far-
mers have been shipped In Set 4

pickings day.Bradford which started Satur- April

berries again this
season are being bought and
shipped mainly from Lawteyby
the grower-shipping com- Facing Its 23rd

bination of Morris Carter and season the annual
L, M. (Buddy) Norman.
That combination is the Bradford County
Berry QueenContestDraws
Fair and Strawberry
principal grower In the coun-
ty with 25 acres each of Sequoia Festival Is set to
berries. Florida Nin-
open Wednesday, Ap-
ties are not being shippedby
the group. Saturday saw ril 4, and run four

1,200 1,400 and flats Tuesday shipped 1,700., Monday BMS Debaters Place In Jax MeetSix days at the Bradford

Fairgrounds on
There are about 75 acres
,of Sequoia berries In the coun- members of the 1973 ous speaking. She holds the Glay Gilhooly, fourth from et Boyce. North Temple Ave-
ty, according to Carter and Bradford Middle School debate trophy she brought back to left in back row, won third Third rowMark Box, Ta- Entries nue In Starke.
Norman. Local growers are team won places in a BMS. place in original oratory. mara Statzer, Darla Christopher Early
either selling their own ber- March 3 Forensics Tourna- The debate team of James BMS debate team members Clay Gllhholy, Todd Fifteen hundred visitors are
ries or wholesaling them to ment at Sandalwood High in Faulkner and John Cooper, (1-r)are: Hicks, Tim Statzer, and spon- expected to kick off the fair
Carter and Norman. Jacksonville. first two from left in first First row- James Faulk- sor, Mrs. Dina Petrella.
Miss Nan Tomlinson, daugh- graph, and Miss Sallye Meng, highlighted by the annual Ru-
second John Cooper Perry Next Competition for the
row, won a place. ner, ,
Lloyd GriffIs, north of Law- Darla Christopher, third Tamara Statzer, second Faulkner, Nelson Green. team will be April 14 atBuch- ter of Mr. and Mrs J. E, sponsored by Colonial Florist. ral-Urban Day program spon-
tey has his usual 12 acres Tomlinson of Starke, was the sored by the Starke Rotary
holz High in Gainesville.Team
from left In back row, won from left in back row, won Second row- Priscilla Stal- Over
Club. 40,000visitors are
of Sequoias, Marcus Moseleyand five Bradford's only first place second place in oral inter- naker, Roy Phipps, Matthew members are 6th, 7th and 8th Bradford first contestant to enter the expected to walk through the
Seeber Forsyth have County Strawberry
with a win In pretation Box, Bobby Smith, and Jan traders
extemporane- before it closes
acres each, and are shipping Queen Contest set April 7 at .J1jJ fair gates
with the Lawtey combination. 8 p.m. in conjunction with the Saturday night, April 7, after -
Bradford County Fair and the crowning of the 1973
According to reports the Strawberry Festival. Bradford Strawberry Queen.
current cool but sunny weatherIs .
Ideal for strawberry pro- It Is again being sponsoredby Popular retired county a-
duction. Growers expect two the Junior Woman's Cub gent George Huggins is again
or three more weeks of volume Work To Soon of Starke. master of ceremonies of the
picking. Berries came In a- Begin Miss Tomlinson is 17yearsold ? Rural-Urban Day program.
bout a week late in volume but and a senior at Bradford Lively banter by the loquacious -
yield is heavy and will be High School She being spon- J; i Huggins Is almost gua-
concentrated Into the best sored by Baldwin Chevrolet- ranteed to spark the program.

three or four weeks of mar- On Bradford Olds, Inc.Other New improvements at the
keting for Bradford County. Square contestants are Miss fairgrounds this year includean
Linda Buckley, sponsored by addition to the livestock
County Agent Bobby Taylor the Bradford County Tele- Linda BuckleyMiss barn that will be used exclusively -
says there are about 100 a-
for the display of
cres of berries In the coun- Construction will begin Winn-Dixie will occupy 22vis said, local merchants will square feet on the corner of Buckley is a 16-year- poultry and small animals,
ty, including small patchesand within weeks on thenewBradford 000 square feet of space in occupy 15,000 square feet of US-301 and Edwards Road. old Junior at Bradford High and paved walkways in the
all types of. berries, including Square shopping centerto Bradford Square and a TG&Y space Sen. Charley E. Johns, pre- School and Is the daughter of midway area for the conven-
Nlnties. go In on Temple Avenue variety store will occupy 30- A new Community State sident of the bank, sold pro- Mr. and Mrs. Gary T. Buck- ience of the anticipated 40-
Outlook for the current sea- South, just north of Alligator 000 Davis said.Hopefully,DaBank will occupy 7,800 perty for the shopping cen- !A ". ley of Bayless Highway. 000 visitors to the annual
son is excellent if growerscan Creek In Starke. ter to Haskell Co event.A .
get by without too much Miss Meng is the 16yearold -
Contracts have also been daughter of Mr. and Mrs. new feature of the 1973
rain and withstand the always
Newest information disclosed fair will be 4-H and FFA
present labor shortage. $4 signed for Eckerds Drugs to Paul I. Meng of Hampton Lake a
occupy 10,000 square feet of Hall Tuesday night at the and is a Junior at Bradford Steer Show and Sale spon-
to the farmer Is not as highas foot You Can't Fight City Starke city council meetingis sored by the BradfordUnionCattlemen's
the 78,000 square com- High School.
it could be but is a fair
Eckerds is Association.
to Jack Davis that Drugs com be residentsof The
plex, according Entrants must
price, Taylor said. of Preston Haskell Co., "I couldn't possibly In no way with what I have in ing to Starke. Davis said that Bradford County and between show is set for Thursday,
"I hope they'll have a good Jacksonville realtor,developer my house consumed that amount of gas," Malcolm had not previously been dis- the ages of 16 and 21 April 5, at 4 p.m. in the
season to give them some- and contractor, developerof Lewis told the Starke City Council Tuesday night, closed by the Haskell Co. by April 1 1. The young ladies livestock show arena.The sale
thing to spring back on next $88.80 bill which he beau- will follow at 8 p.m. that
the Starke project. brandishing an utility on was will be judged on natural
year, Taylor says lie hopes charged $57,51 for natural gas. ty onlyinterpreted to In- evening.
berry acreage will pick back Lewis said his gas costs were $3,70 in Decemberto Reason for the visit to the Sol lyo Mong Opening day will be high-
up to at least 200 acres if city council is a sewer line .. lighted by the annual Rural-
$5.58 in January, then suddenly jumped to $57.61
growers have a good season that now runs through the Urban Day program. Slated to
TemplePlans last month. He said he knew gas rates had gone up;
this year. the city raised gas rates an average of 18 percent. property, of which the deve- begin at 11 a.m., the program
There is no berry auctionat lopers were not aware until ConfessedKiller will feature appearances by
the newly completed Starke Examining Lewis' bill, the city council decidedthe recently. An agreement was local and state officials and
State Farmers Market, which gas meter was not read for three previous months. reached with the council for will honor Arch Thomas, Jr.,
has cooler space. During the The city has a new meter reader who is on the job, the line to be moved in a NoSuspect one of the founders of the
councilmen pointed out. Opinion was the Lewis' meter joint effort by the city and fair and an ardent workerIn
(S.. Page 4)Woman's ) MovesTentative was not read, just charges simply estimated for sev- the Haskell developers. Has Its early years.
eral months. The big jump came when it was finally kell Co. will crush asphaltfor "
"Arch Junior
he Is
read the line and the city will
plans to recom- "You're actually getting off cheaper" said Clerk install It, the project cost- In Local known in Bradford County, Isa
{ iiat cmr mend the transfer of several Merrill Edwards, pointing out with the huge charge on Ing an estimated $7,300.Sen. former state legislator from
c _c principals within Bradford'seight one bill Lewis gets a discount for quantity he wouldn't Bradford now practicing law

schools were disclosedby have gotten in three different bills. Johns said Wednesday MurdersBecause .. in Fort Lauderdale. He serv-
newly elected School Supt. Lewis was still unhappy and left the meeting tell- morning the next step in the ed as the first president of
Jim Temple this week. ing the council that after he was refused an adjust- development of the propertyis he was in prisonin the Fair Association and held

Temple is now evaluatingthe ment of the bill. Only offer the city made was to removal of timber. He has Arizona at the time of the Nan Tomlinson that position for many years,
Jf i eight schools in the coun- allow Lewis time to pay the big bill been waiting for the HaskellCo. Bradford murders the self- George Huggins recalls.
ty with the aim, he says, of "No, if I have to pay I would rather pay it off to give him information confessed killer of 13 in Florida elude figure, hair, face, per- Thomas was the Instigatorof
revitalizing the program dur- and get it out of my sight. But it's going to make me about where to leave trees, Is not a suspect in the sonality and poise. Judgingwill interest in a bond selling
-e., ing 1973-74. lie said he may suspicious from now on." and has just received that. Melrose triple murder case. be made on appearancein drive to construct buildingson
recommend the transfer of Lewis wasn't the only complaintant about high "I don't think our Informa- swimsuit, evening gown a tract of land obtained

Club several principals at the up- rates. Clerk Merrill Edwards reminded the council The new shopping center tion Is incorrect," sa>-s Sheriff sportswear and street from the state, the present
coming April 3 board meeting several times of the situation the increase leaves should be a reality by the Dolph Reddish of reportson clothes.Master of Ceremonies will $200,000 fairgrounds.

Country Buffet when reappointment of cen- his office in."This end of the year. Julian Kennedy, 30, of be John Kopelousos, Orange Following the platform activities -
is Edwards stated. "You've had
tral staff and principals will nothing, Tampa, who Is charged with a fried chicken din-
DINNER be made by the school board.It 700 complaints this month. 700." The council couldn'tpossibly Davis was also questioned killing 13 persons in a seriesof Starke Park resident.attorney and former ner at 50 cents a plate will
have picked a worse month to place a $2
about water and electric crimes somewhat similarto be served the
Is the first indication hook Entertainment will be provided by Rotarians.
Saturday, Mar. 31 Supt. Temple has given of water meter minimum and to raise on gas every rates, user the clerk, rather said.than every up by Street Supt. S. R. Hicks. and the killing of Melrose two women on by Miss Carol Hardy, Miss Donna Prevatt, 1972

Serving Begins 5:30: changes in top school per- "it's created the worst problem I've ever had," would He said be In Haskell engineers Nov. a 30 girl, 1971.Kennedy near. and special guests will be Strawberry Queen the daugh-
sonnel that have been touch with the
expec- Queens.
Edwards: continued. In former Strawberry ter of Mr and Mrs. J, T.
is currently jail
Toko Out Plato ted since he narrowly defeated "I've even been invited out into the street to fightIt city in Columbia County charged Deadline for entering is Prevatt, Jr. of Starke, will
AvailableMenu former Supt. Tom Casey out!" March 28. Entry blanks may officially open the Fair by
there with murder.
last November by 55 votes. "Did you go?" one councilman asked. Clerk Merrill Edwards pre- a be obtained from the chair- cutting a ribbon at the fair
After the transferral of BHS sented plans of Haskell's plan- Because Kennedy has spentso man, Mrs. Jim Lawson P.O. complex gates about 11 a.m.
Baked Ham Principal Charles Francis in ned electric service requirements much time in prison Sheriff Box 928, Starke, Phone: 964-
which call for under- Reddish his checkon Exhibits of livestock and
Fried Chicken the recent BHS Athletic Department 5103.
hair ground. The city has never Kennedy through the prison other agricultural and home
policy case Reigning strawberry queenIs
Chicken & Rice Accreditation ReportSet put In underground lines because That disclosed that products and crafts are expected -
Beans which also resulted in Francis' system. Miss Donna Prevatt,daughter -
Cole Slaw Lima reinstatement as princi- of the expense. The Kennedy was in jail at the time of Mr and Mrs. J. T. to be bigger this
Black Eye Peas pal of BHS before discussion On Bradford HighA council Instructed that the e- of the Melrose murders. Flo- Prevatt of Starke. Queen year, according to Fair Association -
Home Made Biscuits lectrical plans be sent to the President Arthur
ended. Temple indicated he rida had a detainer on him Donna will crown the new
Relish Trays would wait until school was city's electrical engineer, Ed for t p. parole violation shortly Miss Strawberry Queen on Gaskins of Lawtey.
Coffee Tea out this summer to announce 22-man fact finding team program and make recommendations Wilson for examination. after the Melrose murders. the final night of the annual Miss America, lovely Terry

CobblersAdults further changes. will evaluate Bradford High on what should be Davis also said Haskell engineers Reddish said that a check Bradford County Fair and Ann Meeuwsen, a truly of Amer-beautiful -
School next MondayWedne.done to Improve deficiencies. would be in contact Strawberry Festival and one
with Cecil Sewell chief Investigator
$2.00Chlldr.n All but of the eight ica and Its people, will attend
one day, March 26-28 for reBradford High is currently with Supt. Hicks about water for the Florida Divi- of the highlights of the big
$1.25 principals has signified an accreditation by the Southern since in Bradford the fair on Thursday, April
accredited and has been connections too. sion of Corrections,disclosedthat week County.
Intent to remain in the sys- Association of Colleges and accreditation 5. Miss America will make
Starke tem next Temple said 1949. Kennedy was in custodyin two appearances, between 2
year Schools according to Randy "
Woman's Club this week. Exception IsJamesC. Newland, BHS curriculum cothe status school Is "advised has some, meaning minor Arizona State Prison at that Spring SwingA and 4 p.m. and 7 and 9 p.m.
Hobbs, principal of South- HONOR AMERICA GROUPTO time that day. The visit of Miss
Walnut & Jefferson side Elementary School, who ordinator. deficiencies. It Is one step MEET "We are ruling out Ken- Spring Swing featuring America to Starke has been
c-.A plans to retire after 36 yearsin An oral report, open to the down from an "all clear"public nedy as a suspect on the basis music by The Styrofoam SoulIs arranged by Mac Baldwin local
the education profession. will be given by the status and the second highest The Honor America Day of facts we know at this set Saturday March 24, Chevrolet-Olds dealer, even -
Qlrjr (!CommunityT I visiting committee next Wedot four classifications before organization will meet tonight time,'* Sheriff Reddish says. from 9 p.m. to I a.m. at though Miss America Is
Hobbs' service Includes 28 nesday, March 28, at 2:15: being dropped. (Thursday March 22) at 7:30 the Starke Golf and Country dealer
lank years in the Bradford County; p.m. in the BUS auditorium. Th. BUS faculty; has been In the American Legion Hall. On Nov. 30, 1971 the bodiesof Club. not sponsored by a car
school system Including The committee at that time working all year on a self- two beauticians at Nell'sBeauty The dance Is open to the this year.Friday. I

A.ss ........ U" teaching, coaching in the high will report on what It found evaluation of each program. The group la planning the Shop on SR-21 betweenS. public. Tickets are $8 per April 6, ts Chll-
T.S20.OOO... In its examination of every annual Fourth of July cele- couple. Sponsor Is the Starke
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Pogo 2 TELEGRAPH Mar. 22. 1973

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Birthday Party Lenten SeriesA Hospital AuxiliaryTo Latham-Bryan Beta Sigma Phi Annual Spring Fashion Show 1

For Jason HicksLittle t St. Mark'sRobert Elect t OfficersRalph Wedding SaturdayThe .-- Has Model Meetin g 1 Held By. Junior Woman's Club I
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Jason Hicks celebrated Brown ing of the Bryan, chairman of wedding of Rose Marie held Beta its Sigma model Phi meeting sorority for The breath of spring enhanced son, Mrs. J. C. Dukes, Mrs.'
his second birthday Sat- Congregation of St. Augustine the County Commissioners, Latham and Michael S. Bryan prospective members the auditorium of the Johnny Johnson, Mrs.Charles
urday afternoon March 17, spoke Wednesday night,March will show a movie "SirensIn will take place Saturday nightat Monday evening new March 12, Starke Woman's Club last Goodowns, Mrs. Wayne Whlf-
when his parents, Mr and 14 to members and friendsof the Night" and give a 8 O'clock at the Morgan at the home of Mrs. Harold Thursday night for the annual fen, Mrs. James Smith, an
Mrs. Glenn Hicks, gave a St. Mark's Episcopal talk on the emergency medi- Road Baptist Church on SR ', Davis with Mrs. Charles Spring Fashion Show and Mrs. Ron Calmano.
party for him at their homeon Church about the work of cal care program that Brad- 233 $ Flynn co-hostess. spaghetti supper put on by Serving as models were:
W. Call Street. his Order in the operationof ford County is entering into, Ail friends and relativesof .. 4.Dv 4. During the regular business the Junior Woman's Club. Mrs. Edith Hutcheson, Mrs.
A clown theme was car- a School for Boys locatedin at the general meeting of the couple are invitedto -.r w, meeting, rushees were intro- Gracing the center of the John Greene, Rebecca
ried out in the party decor- Picayune, Miss. the Bradford County Hospital attend. duced to chapter officers foyer was a tall pedestal arrangement liams, Lynn Pierce,
ations. The birthday cake, Each Wednesday night dur- Auxiliary Monday night at and told of the different of mixed spring Hatcher, Vickie Turner, WIlt t
centering the refreshment table ing Lent, St. Mark's Church 7:30: in the Methodist Fellow- Rev. And Mrs. Lee ,,' committees and their workIn flowers with multi-colored tulips dy Mitchell, Pam Tucker,
was topped with four miniature will hear speakers tellingof ship Hall. the sorority. Social and predominating. Outliningthe chel Williams, Matt
clowns. a variety of ways in During the business meet- To Observe 60th ,, service projects were expl- stage were potted arrange- Stan Reddish, Charles Holt-
Fifteen friends and relatives which the Mission of the ing there will be a reportof ained. ments of mixed spring flowers zendorf, Timmy Harper, Ke-2
attended the affair.The young- Church is carried out. The the nominating committee; Anniversary it., Refreshments were served in pastel shades. The Individual vin Johns, Michael Whlffen,
sters were given favors of programs begin at 6:30 p.m. election of officers; and annual '; following an enlightening pro- dining tables were cen- David Gaines, Teena Norman,Ef
balloons, party hats and whis- with a covereddish supperin reports of officers and ',. gram presented by Mrs. Denmark tered with bud vases holding Marla Reddish April Hoffman -
tles.Assisting the Parish House, followed committee chairmen. The Rev. and Mrs. R.L Lee 1, l, ".'". ,\.. | local Luzier cosmetics purple Iris and miniature Japanese Robbie fierce, Terri
by Evening Prayer anda be Installed will celebrate their 60th wed- -
were Jason's new officers will representative, as she demon- parasols. Kite, Joy Andrews and Sta-
grandmother, Mrs. R.V.Dur- featured Speaker at 7:30.: at the April 23rd meet- ding anniversary Sunday, A- McRae-Smith strated various make-up technIques Following the delicious cey Denmark.
rance of Hampton Lake, and All are cordially invitedto Ing and awards presented. prll 1 at their home off cosmetics and wigs. spaghetti supper, where approximately Comedy fashions were mo-
his aunt, Mrs. Paul Wheeler.Lt. attend either or both func- Grlffls Loop road from 1:00 125 were C. Dukes
M M M H M M M K K W Engagement ToldMr. Mrs. C. W. Slade and Mrs. guests deled by Mrs. J. ,f
tions each Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs. Barney Null to 5:30: p.m. Wayne Wynn served as models served, the fashion show was Mrs. Jimmy Lawson, Mrs.
Bruce Ivey has returned through April 11. of Fernandina Beach were assisting Mrs. Denmark. held with Mrs. J. R. Red- Johnny Johnson, Miss Johanna -
from nine months tour weekend guests of Mr. and All friends and relativesare and Mrs. M.M. McRae Rushees for this year are: dish serving as moderator. Fowler, Mrs. Jimmy Smith
USS Surlbachi. invited to call betweenthe announce the engagement of Providing music throughoutthe and Mrs. Wayne Whiffen. .
of duty on the Mrs. Seeber Goodman visit- Mrs. C. G. Hill. They Mrs. Marc Jackson, Mrs.
He has Joined his family at ed her daughter, Mrs. Ronald all visited Busch Gardenson appointed hours. Punch their daughter, Rose Lorraine Richard Kelly, Mrs. Richard program were Mrs.
Kingsley Lake. Caswell in Lake City Monday. Saturday. and cake will be served. to Thomas Allan Odom, Mrs. Shi Smith, Jr., Charles Goodowns, pianist Bake SaleThe
w .... -............ ... w son of Mr. and Mrs.of Starke.Harold Mrs. Doyle Thomas, Miss Miss Carol Hardy, soloist,
---------------------------- : Vernon Smith all
Mary Sue Underbill and Mrs. and Jimmy Lawson at the
,I Danny Waters. drums. Ladies Auxiliary of thej
Miss McRae Is a 1973 The sorority will hold its Mrs. Linda Kaye Johns was Bradford County Voluntee
Denmark Furniture Company'4Er : graduate of utu and is em- Preferential Tea honoringthe chairman of the fashion show. Fire Department will have aft/ ]
.: ployed by Cooper's rushees Sunday, March Miss Johanna Fowler was In bake sale Saturday, March
Mr.and Smith Nursery.Is employedby 25, from 3 to 5 p.m. at charged of the dinner. Assisting 31, in front of Stans' Booteryon
Harber Chevrolet In the Holiday Inn, Starke. with the show and din- Call Street. !
; ner were Mrs. Jimmy Law-
CLEARANCE Gainesville.Wedding plans will be announced .;.,:'.:-.:-..:-..-:..-:,.:...-:..:....:..:.,.:...:...:...:...:..;...:...:...:...:....:..:.'.:....:,.:..-..:--.:-..-:..-:.,:':":.'::':::-:,:::-:::.::,::.:,.::.:.::.,:..:..:..:..;..:.:-;.:.:.:.:..-:.:-.:-.:-.:-.-:.:'.:..:-.-:.-:.:...:..:'..:-...,...:.:,.!B
later. Birthday Party Bill's C.B. Radio & Equipment ;i
For A lisa Morris
w 321 N. Temple Ave. Starke. Fla. i1j

SALE IT Car1'I Altsa Morris celebratedher 1j Ph. 964-8346-8361 [

Trade- 13th birthday last Fri- Pearce Simpson Pumas $109.95 '( ;
day night at a party given
by her grandmother, Mrs. Robbin T.R. 123-C
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Don Bush at
her home and
ROLL-ENDS AND liams of Starke announce the by her mother, Mrs. Jean 11 1 (Complete Kit) t

Carpet Odd Beds, Chests, Dressers birth, of born a daughter March 11, Jill In Ala-Nicole Roznowskl.After playing games Allsa j1|! WE NOW HAVE JOHNSON RADIOS :

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", Mar. 22, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pag. 3

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I; ''I i r BALDWIN t A Scotch C..fUl'laG'/Foursome c. qdr tourney 'Baldwin Better Buys

Is set Sunday March 25,
beginning at 1:30: p.m.An adult
dinner will follow at 6:30p.m.
in the club house.
Chevrolet Entry fee for the tourna- USED CARS
ment is 150. Tickets for
the dinner are $2.50. Reservations -
may be made by
AND phoning the pro shop, 964-
5441, by Saturday, March 24.
Couples may request to play
together In the Scotch Four-

I INTERNATIONAL I IQ pitched vilege.some if from they Otherwise request separate name's that hats pri are for 1971 Ford LTD 1971 Ford G.T. CoupeTwo )

men and women to match par Door Hard Top, White/ Solid Blue With Blue Bucket

.- *,v ...,.,mum tners.Some veterans of such tournaments Blue Vinyl Top, Power Steer- Seats, Power Steering, Power
advise it's better- ing, Power Brakes, Air CondBrakes, Air Condition, One
(=ifls. D v < NOT to play with a spousel! itioning, And Only29,000 Miles Owner, Nice And Clean.
; T : ... Sharp
V :
I Wives: of In playing club menbers tennis may interested S2, 59S $2,495

meet at the court for practice
each Wednesday at 9:30
: a.m.
Y, g 8 r I F .,z
) I ... Two'Door hardtop, Power Steering Full Power With Air Conditioning

I M O A Don't forget general meet- Power Brakes, Air Conditioning, Solid In Every Way, A Real Good
ings of the Starke Golf and With RoadWheels And Dark Tan Family Car.
Country Club are at 8 p.m. [Paint Nice Car.
on the first Monday of each
} t tj month. Any member is Invited -
$1,595 $1,495

j t 4 t tj Elects Hears Woman's OfficersDr. Dr Club Mundy; 1971 M.G. 1970 Pontiac

4. Two Door Convertible, Four Speed Catalina !Four Door Sedan New Tires L
t tt Professor Jean at Mundy Florida associate State Transmission, Solid Dark Blue, A And Runs Like New, Solid gold Paint]
j t University, was guest speaker Real Sporty Little Car. One Owner, Take It For Only
at the March meeting of
the Starke Woman's Club on
; Wednesday, March 14. She
t ti gave an interesting report of
t t ;; her work, and with personal exceptional experiences $1,595 $1,895
r V children in the Therapeutic

Recreation Mundy is the daugher Program.of Mrs.Dr. 1971 Vega 969 Olds 88 4 Door
t tby W. B. Mundy of Starke and
i was Introduced by Mrs. M. Wagon, Solid Dark Green, 17,000 Solid Blue Paint, "Clean"Power
A. Payne, chairman of the
All The
Miles With Extras Vega
Education Department of the Brakes, Power Steering, '
We sell mowers by the Starke Club. Has To Offer Including Power Air Condition, Radial Tires. I
mittee Mrs. were Payne In and charge her of com-the Steering, Power Brakes, AirConditioning This Car Runs Good In Every; Way

Some people sell mowers in store for you in the full designed to make monthly luncheon meeting. & AM I FM Radio. But It Has A Lot Of Miles
Guests were seated at Indivi- Like New.
horsepower, by width IH line. lawn care easy. dual tables and arrangements

of cut, or by price. You'll find four separate Let us show you just the t of the Spring club flowers rooms.were placedin $2,195 $1,395

t But your best investment levels of equipment. From right mower for your yard. Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton pre
sided at the business meet-
is a machine that matches
power mowers, to riding We won't sell
you anyINTERNATIONAL Ing. The Invocation was given -
your yard and anticipates mowers, to garden tractors, Bother.! by Mrs. L. G. Powell Save !,
Really Some
your needs. even full estate size t land the devotional.Mrs. II. L. Speer gave

And that's what we have tractors. They're all Standing ovations were given -
Mrs. Olin White and her
committee for making and Money On Like New|
hanging the new draperies and
HARVESTER tt | stage curtains for the club
auditorium and also to Mrs.
t Robert Barksdale for donat- 72 & 73 Preowned
the material from which

MOW they were a standing made. Also ovation receiving was- Cars
MOW t tt IBuy
Mrs. J. A. Griffin and her

t committee scaping of for the the club new grounds.land-

Mrs. E. A. Hall, chairman
of presented the nominating the following committee slate, 1973 Chevy Impala 1973 Plymouth Fury

any IH lawn and garden Buy any IH riding mower of new officers: President III
t Door Hard Steering Wagon
tractor (from 8 to 14 h.p.) and we'llgive ((5 or 7 h.p.) and we'll give you Mrs. S. W. Hamilton; first Four Top Power -
vice-president, Mrs. Doug- Power Brakes, Air Condition Power Steering, Power Brakes, I
\ you the mower attachment this trailer attachment las Hardy; secondvlce-presl- ing Vinyl Interior, Only 4,000 Mil Radio &. Heater, Air Conditioning
Olin White, third
at no extra cost. at no extra cost. dent Mrs. Like A Brand New One All The "
vice-president, Mrs. R. V. Only 6,000 Miles Just Brand"Way.
t Turner; fourth vice-pres- Sold New For Over $4,700.00 New Is All We Can Say" Solid
ident Mrs. Robert Barksdale; (Under Warranty. Dark Brown Paint. Sold New
recording secretary Mrs. W.
II. Hart; corresponding secretary For Over $5,000.00 Under: Warr-
t tt Mrs. John C.Greene, NOW ? anty.
t Jennings.and treasurer Dr. Flossye NOW ?

Mrs. J. E. Hardy, Mem-

bership the following Chairman new, announced mem- 1973 Buick Century 1972 Olds 98 LS
t tt
bers,: Mrs. !Nell: Crawford
4 Door
t Mrs. Reddish Andrews, Mrs.
John and Mrs. M.
t j Bradley
gypry G. Boyce. Light Green With White Top And This Has Got To Be The Cleanest
Mrs. Douglas Hardy announced Light Neutral Vinyl Interior, And Most Luxurous 98 We've Had

t tt ner to be a Country given by Buffet the din-clubon Power Steering, Power Brakes, Traded In While, It Has EverythingOn
t Saturday, March 31, start- Condition, 7,000 Miles On It. "Folks Trade Every Year"
Ing at 5:30: p.m. Take-out "Like New" Sold New For Over
orders will be available. $4,800 Factory Warranty.NOW .

t tt FBLA Club Sets ? S4 895
t .I Bake Sale, Car Wash *

washing BUS business and baking students this Sat-are 1972 Ford Torino 1972 Chevy
urday to raise funds to send
t six of their number to the G.T. Kingswood EstateBaby
inui State Convention of the Future -
I Business April 12-15.Leaders of America I Blue With White Vinyl In- Wagon

t Between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. tenor And Top. Local One Owner Nine Passenger With\ New Tires
this Saturday, March 24, 1"13- [With Power Steering, Power Brakes Solid Blue With Wood Panel Sides
Vou have'to admit" our Mown International' ', Harvester" machine, LA students are sponsoringa Air Conditioning, Radio & Heater
car wash at Hurst's Shell Power Steering, Power Brakes, Radi
Tow Bonus is a good deal that not only handles the 4
(Only 10 Months Old.
Madison and Tem- & Heater, Air Conditioning. Very
But what makes it an outstanding of chores with ease,but is as ple. At the same time they Nice
one Is what you're getting the easy to drive as your car are sponsoring a bake saleat Wagon
bonus on A big, powerful Otter expires June 30,1973 two locations, Stan's Boot- $3,695 $3,995
ery and Mnn-Dixie In Starke

t tt
Gary Bakken spent the week
t in end Gainesville.with Greg Crosby

Published every Thursday
t at 138 W. Call Street
i. Starke. Florida 32091 VI :IN M / IlNfl/
+ 964-T5 t Second Class pouUg paidat ,

t STARKE FLORIDA Subscription Starke Florida Kates "Soma .. Later Your Favorite D...,(./'

In trade area: $6.00 par I

"Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer" j year; $3.50 six ..IOut.lde '
tracw area: /.uJ
per year; $4.00;)( II<* months
- tti- -

1 V

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__!, TELEGRAPH Mar. 22, 1973

4 Initiated Mal jfIh1 47Jc mneaaa BIIS Band Wins
F.P.C. Spring Values Into LCCC uIfI1 Overall Rating

Your CJhoice PTh Honor SocietyGrady Mr. and Mrs. Paul Putman Mrs. Pearl Caldwell of Bat Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Pa- Eddie Schwab of Gaines- Of SuperiorSaturday

Bishop of Starke was of Conover, Ohio were week- tie Creek Mich spent last tray and family of Huntaville, ville spent the weekend with
end guests of Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. Ala. last his Mrs. Myr-
week with Mr. and spent week with his grandmother
Of Tank Sprayer To Suit Initiated Into with Phi 18 Theta other Kappa stu-, Ii. G. Bollinger. Mr. and Mrs. G. Caldwell. They were joinedon parents Mr. and Mrs. Peter tle Anderson. was another hap-
along for members
Milton Hartzell py day the
of Fern
Park Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson and family, and also
dents attending Lake City; were also Sunday guests of Tom Caldwell of Lakeland. visited Disney World for three Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Indianapolis BUS Band at the Bandmasters'
Your Needs To
Many Community; College. Dr. and Mrs. Bollinger and days. Enroute home they vis- Ind. is visiting her Association, DIst. .in
Phi Theta Kappa is a national Contest In
honor F. E. Bollinger. Mrs. A. J. Barry and family ited Mr. Patray's brother and sister, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, Concert Gaines-
Choose FromNOW junior college were weekend guests of family, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. for several weeks. ville. The judging was very
society; at the college. John Miller and Bob Fer- Mr. and! Mrs. Richard Stock- Patray, in Statesboro Ga. rigid, but the students were
Three other students Initia- guson attended the Graphic ton and son at Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs; R. V. Turner up to the test.Director .
ted from Lake Butler were Arts Exhibition at the Mer- Donna Jean Sparkman, a student entertained at a family Dean Cassels reported -

10 % OFF Rebecca Louise Pressley, chandise Mart in Charlotte, Mrs. J. C. Greene visited at William Carey Col- dinner Saturday night honor- that the Band made
Jeanne Y. McGill, and Rus- N. C. on Friday and Satur- her niece Miss Anne Lam- lege in Hattiesburg. Miss., ing the birthdays of Mr. and three straight Superior rat-
sell A. Wade. day. bert, In Orange Park Sunday. was among those paced{ on Mrs. James Barren. Twenty; ings In concert playing and
the Dean's List for the win- members of the family enJoyed an excellent in sight read-
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Mrs. Verda Johns is visit- Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Wil- ter quarter after achievinga the affair. ing, thus giving them an overall
CLUB RESULTSMrs. ing Mr. and Mrs. Azure Johns liams and son of Ormond grade point average of over Superior rating. This
1/2 PRICE SALE Lira Mlnesinger and and family in Jacksonville this Beach will spend the weekend 3.5, Mr. and Mrs! Ted Simmons makes five consecutive District -
Curtis Sanders were the win- with her parents Mr. and Mrs.R. of Gainesville were Sunday Superior ratings for .the
week.Mr. The sing-
ning couple at Duplicate The "Under luncheon guests of Mr. and BUS band.
A, Colson. Mrs. Williamsand
and Mrs.John Bob
Bridge Club Tuesday night. Anderson son will remain for a ing group, Don Hardy, Mrs. James Barren. This means that the entire
Mrs. Edward Burns and T. spent the weekend Edwards, David Jordan and Band will travel to Tallahassee
visit of several
"' A. Sundcm were second and with Dr. a nd Mrs. O. L. days. Mike Hanks performed at St. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy to compete In the State
third Mrs. Haynes Jr. at Santa Fe James Methodist Church In Atlanta Concert Contest to be held
df tfelng for were and Elder spent the weekend in -
llfllflltEESFruit Lake. Kenny Greg of
; R. W. Fountain and Mrs. Paul Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Palatka Saturday night. Mr. with their daughter, Jayne. May 3, 4, 5. ,
Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Don Elder of Gainesville and Mrs. Charles Hardy and The family was Joined byJune Also eligible to play atjtiS
Mr. and spent Mike
John Mussolini of Jacksonville Mrs. F. V. Herlong the weekend with Mr. and daughter, Carol and Hardy of Valdosta State College State Contest will be the twp
were Sunday King attended the perfor and Mr. 'and Mrs. Gene ensembles, who received Superior
Mrs. E. O. Elder at
visitors of Mrs. W. F. Her- The also per-
mance. group
the District
ley Lake. Phil Elder of Troy Hill Ivey Jr. of Garland, Texas. at Meet
long. formed at the Murray
two weeks ago and the two
State University, Andalusia,
r Baptist Church In Jacksonville -
Band students who received
Nut, Shade Trees, Shrubs Mrs. Curtis Edwards and semesters.Ala. is also Phil home received between his Sunday night. Housewives -are advised Superior ratings for their so.
daughters of Meridian Miss. reduce food ::
B. S. that they can lo performancesKathy
degree; and
And Vines Mrs. H. G. Merow of Tampa are visiting her mother, Mrs.E. plans to work on his Mas- Bill Adams of Athens Ga. spending by careful buying for her piccolo solo, and
spent the weekend with her C. Dukes, this week. ter's degree next semester. is home this week. but where do you, find the Jimmy Brownlee for his solo
son-ln-lw and daughter, Mr. cheaper cuts of macaroni? on the tenor saxophone.
Buy 1 st Reg. Price 2nd '12 Price Mix and MatchOf and Mrs. Merrill Edwards.

Equal Value Mr. and Mrs. George Mil 3 BIG DAYS |CK>*itntSj ,
u r.., : M.M.n r.* I
ler attended the GJO Pro- ,4. THUtsoAY, rmoAY [ & charge] Ir mu.a
Am golf tournament last Wednesday .# 10a
Spectracide .
where their son, Jack .l0.e.vy.1.e .
DiaznonControls Miller was an amateur and r .. .
played with Jim Jamison.

Many Insects Eddie and David Wainwright ,.

(Including Roaches tia, are of Amherst spending, Nova several Sco- Always Saves You More!

5oz. 1.87 weeks with their father, Ed .FAMILY BltCOONT ITOIIS.
WainwrIght, and Mrs. Wain-
wright. et SAVE UP TOe

pt 3.67 Mrs. Pearl Colson Mrs. 27 % '

qt. 6.57 W.I I. Hart, Mrs.Edith Christ
iansen and Mrs. Ella Moody lII
were last Friday night dinner m i]

l lUcaIlIb. guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. .f 1
W. Beasley in Gainesville H n
celebrating the birthday of r

1.47 Joan Mrs.Beasley.Doris Conway of Orlando 23 BB Men's : ::": 1//

spent the first of the ,

Pellets week sister with,her Mr.brotherinlawand and Mrs. M.A. \ tJt1 Famous Maker : ,. 1: I _
l II
Baldwin. Mrs. Baldwin and \ Dress Pants I' 11 I

Mrs. Conway visited Mrs. \ Ladies c Docron, "
Baldwin's son-in-law and 3'/' Rayon, I :::.:::: : I \
1i.1.57 daughter, Mr. and Mrs.James Printed Superbly !tailored : Montuoro, In Tampa on Polyester by Nation's Nol l
Monday. c maker of finest -
Shells fabrics
II Handsome collection ".a./. a.ooz ,,0
Mrs. W. H. Hart and Mrs. I I o/c/ 3.
Edith Christiansen went to Sleeveless of patterns & gO sQ FfC
Ocala Monday to take Mrs. '" Bock zipper solids in a wide ".

5,000 Cu. Ft. Hart's grandson Kevin Craw- .. Easy Fashionablescreen core range colors.; of f popular ..60,. ;i' 4 at. Electric ,

mm ford, home They after also a week'svisit. visited r prints Sxes-30-42.' "Johnson" Step Saver Proctor-Silel Ice Cream Freezers. n,
Siievi in assorted
Mrs. Strickland whileIn I New Saver from Johnson
Wayne Step ,
color comb,* To I fl For old fashioned, 'inrrorade -c crearr and
You'd. Expect Pay
Ocala. as seen on TV Total floor forrr
notions I I old fashioned 'farr ly fun
'- ......... -- I 77 Dr. and Mrs. Randal Sea- e Sizes-S.ML, Up To J1400 a Por ulo. Self stripsrerroves' ( previous t Now rrodecloctnc ico crourr i fr"e"" willi
;: : ..v.. '( S bolt of St. Simons Island coot) cleans (removes dirt recipe, bookletGuaranteed

IN ; were Monday visitors of Mr. & grime), ono year
l and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. & Shines.

THE : 12.000 Cu. Ft Our t Pna 1 88 % Pri.Our.Di.'wetW. .. t. 0..0,....... 1',,r. '.1' 'a8
Mrs. Marjorie Rios and .. N" M'' w.14"9rr
children of Cookeville I
11111ciidayR( Size were Sunday overnight guests
r of Mr. and Mrs. Edward } /0

Pflester. % Men's e w \S
.J 3.77 Mr. and Mrs. David Mont- Famous Maker
i .UTOMA7"C gomery and family attendeda Walk Shorts
: family dinner Saturday Men's 32 Gal. 27 Aluminum
Wide selec- I
night at the home of Rev.E. I Famous 1 a 1 ton of styles-- FlasticGarbage re"1f(". ,; Ladders
F. Montgomery, Sr. in Cans '"
Blue Levi's e Easycare ( 1 \ a UL listed
Lake City; celebrating the Solids I e Lock 111 /! c\ : Duly' rot
birthdays of James Montgomery 8 tan. Men's Jack Furcell' Sneakers t Indoor cr I/ .j rig 200 Ite -

and Frederick Daniel. Famous for '. Res. e Arch support. Cushioned inner I outdoor! f, 41 \ For horre.
rugged styling Sizes sole. Vented side, herringbone cole. Heavy duty or office
i Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Andrews 24.41, Deluxe construction throughout. plastic \\l
Annuals of Waldo were Sunday visitors Mode of sturdy, w- I1 \ Sues6t4.l2, SAV11.00 rio ll SAVE LOa
of Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Nor- ,I
'Shrmk-to-Fd' You d Expect, To Pay f lor SloroQe

Vegetable man. cotton denim. Up To $9.95 Pr. 0.,0..0...r p"... 0..0..0.m hir. _
Blue nr.d..' w..J.W ......5.19S'US. -
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill -2'1.38, ,.
Plants and daughter of Ocala visit- rI '
ed her parents, Mr. and I

Tray-.49 day.Mrs. H.C' Edwards, on Sun- .r 1

Friends of Dr. R. P. Stub- 35' Cotton. G_ .-r-: ,c--, ; ,; -- +, wood Hit Battelles
1.B. 1.19 bins of Tallahassee former Men's \ Long Duro'.lo con- .
t \ polo 'c"est. 1J h
p ;;;
ARGENTINA Starke resident, will regretto Roll-Up Hats \ collar strurnon.Folos ",. -u;: ,n.w..i..t.:,.7

50 LB. 54.95 hear of his death last e Assorted r Sites 14'.-17 tohwP: 2 for } Hiqh 'irrpnc' "IIIS"C'
B AIIIAPESCOLA week. Mrs. J.R. Kite, who styles and OP Crest o For*y hono storage I for hon, u of auto.
100 LB. attended Dr. Stubbins' funeral colors SAVE to 107 S Oz. Our Ol.cewnr Prl..... or office, j1L.1j Assorted! Colors
99.00 on Saturday, was the week- e Sues >SM.L wa..Kt e y rtr f 'D cell hottcno

end guest of Dr. and Mrs.C. / SAVE 25% amDre.unrPan IIiii1f 1 SAVl1.00 / areI 1 voft. ooc}

LB .59 L. Cooper in Tallahassee. wn Un TaZ<44' '//I \\1' Ban Roll-On Deodorant

E ban Ol. P".._ I
0. o..w.
50 LB. 26.00 Mrs. Vernon Reddish wasa Our Dne Pn t. 0. D'"...., Pdu _. w....,....... r '_' .
featured singer at the ra wer69C'Ciris'
BAH IA luncheon last Friday at the
100 LB. 49.99 Gainesville Recreation Center Bo7s'T Excedrin! Tablets
2 Pc, Short Sets Excedrin' Eaele 1 IGal.
Boxer '
for retired Federal employeesof l 1 p Half 36's C
Alachua County.; Mrs. Er- Flare Leg Pants 100' Stretch t. ....... ..'I..m ('( t Non Detergent, y "' \ Eagle,
ed Tag vin Andrews was also a 75' Cotton. 2-way Nylon we.34e t "'"1 Motor Oil "!-! AnU-Froee

guest at the luncheon. 25' Polyester e Porn anent r.:::: tGA G I.f' 1 ruort,30Vor | A Summer
Sale e Zipper front. ;( Press I Vdal, II'R Vitalis Hair Tonic 40 W oil .... Coolant
:Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews f Ass t.colors Sleeveless I\ 4 Or. -' Anti-bot1'
\ '
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sues 4-7 .1 Multicolored -y? Our DI..UHI PA. r pure y"IJn"p., ulf' ontilcuk.A .
... ..... .
Mathews and family in Malt- Out Discount Price i strIP top & .We 1 I i I ,I, crudes ANn."lfzr. 'rust forsolid
shorts tYMNle.. IWf'M',,,. ,
land Monday to Wednesday ? e Ho"t" '- I u"I
3h! H.P 21'w of last week. Sizos-3 6x sistant, tionodcnrkSAVE:!
SAVE 13% 5 Lbs. H.T,H. -, > -_
= SAVI24% "%
Guardian Includes Bag / Mrs. Earl Voyles Mrs. 70% Granular

W. E. Thornton and Mrs. E Dry Chlorine 0.., ....... h.r.
Save 40.00 \ W. H. Hart and grandson \ hi Controls growth of wo. 0..0,...... P".._

Kevin Crawford attended a __ alga and effectively ; w.. 1-K
1973 Price Si 89.95 x fashion show In Jacksonville T--- : kills many boct.iaMen's _
Saturday night. SAVE 15% T

''I Side Zipper I

Local admittances to Bradford Dress Boots Ow, .EII fj!
149.95SAVE I ow.
County; Hospital this P.,. ?
Handso..ely 3K
week Include: Mrs. Francis lilt/ j.6S'
Mrs. Carlsonand styledinrich s
40.00 a Jacop Tipping Keystone brown .Y 1 Gal. Eagle _

Heights; Leonard Smith, Mrs. c- Men's Nylon Mesh Casuals / Muriatic Acid Ladles' 3 PC. Wallet Sets 7 Oz. Marshmallow Cookies

Ada Newsome, Mrs. Maggie Slip-on style. Lightweight, Pool sanitation' e Modo of' durable vinyl Puffs rrurshmal cake Two
Holloway Mrs. Mary Peterson cool, fle.ible. & washable ch.mlcal.lnsu,.* e 3 PC set| wallet, k.y case & packs 7 ounce SilO
Mrs. Edna Sauve, Mrs. White, brown and black, hj i scum free walls. oye glass cc se. n> black! rod Chocolate covered rrarshnal-
Callle Gainey, Mrs. Ada Law- : IL % % & :, SAVE 26
SAV11.00 Saes< -6':- SAVE 23 'J orange % low oaks SAVE 11%

4LFLORIDAa1PEST 519 E, Call son Lucite Murphy and Cauley Starke Mrs., Lawtey.; and Margaret Mrs. Our Snes-7-12"O.....ft. Prl..._ Our ,...unr Pna ,Murlati0 i Pd.....d..-.w.....aSAVI,7 0..0....... P". ..OIl 0. 0.un' Paur &I

...js r e.YB- woo}.1f Woo _tloo'.
Mrs. Roger Akers and baby
(lb \ Starke, Fla .laughter, Denise, havl returned -

It CHEMICAL (0. I Ii months visit with her parents -
PHONE 964-7513
Warren, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. SAVING MONEY! LAYAWAY PLAN.a".4 .

i I e f t

,. 22. 1973 TELEGRAPH

LAW r >1 1I 1r
By Elisabeth" Terry
By Josephine Fontaine surgery on March 25.

CHURCH SCHEDULES Mrs. Jim Burton, of Jacksonville C. E. Strickland of Gaines- HILL[ APPOINTEDTO nlversary. for Happy the birthdaysand Birthdaywas Barbara birthday Scott with a celebratedher quiet din-
-df,' Grace United Methodist spent Monday to Fri- ville, Monday to Wednesday. REPLACE Side By Side for the an- ner with friends.
Church, Sunday School 9:45: day with her mother, Mrs.P. Dee Dee Thompson, of I Hampton City Council met niversary. Plans were made Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall
13 at the Hampton
, -.a.m. Worship Services,11a.m. L. Dlnklns. Other guests Starke, was a Sunday over- on March Hall. All members were for the fair booth. Refresh- had a round of dinners to
" land 7 p.m. MYF Monday 7.m. during the week were her night guests of Donna and Judy City ments were enjoyed and then celebrate their wedding an-
-.,*. ., followed by Choir Prac- daughter, Mrs. Horace Cox, Herndon, present Mr. Tucker was a several games of bingo. niversary. They started Wed-
and a report
tice. of Waldo, and son, Charles Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Strick- guest gave The next meeting will be nesday evening at Jackson-
to the council wasa
0' Dinkins, of Starke. land of Ll Uil a, were weekend I : d discussion about setting out April 20, as the fair will be ville with Mr. and Mrs. Benny -
tf ,
Highland Baptist Church- Leslie Phillips and sons, guests of their uncle and
In the
It on the first Friday Lanier and Mr. and Mrs.
In the City, but as
Sunday. School, 9:45: a.m.Wor- of Waldo, were guests of his aunt, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. ';':, month. Raleigh Brannen; Friday eve-
them out
Is too late to set
oishlp' services 11 a.m. and 7 mother, Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Anders. Other guests for Sun- "
ning at the home of the Bran-
11" t that will have to be postponed -
P.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday on Monday.Mr. day were their son and daugh- \ \li' : ,'. j now The resignation of Ma- FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS nens; Saturday evening at Mrs.
7:30: followed by Choir and Mrs. Dewey Fon- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G. ( M V. Willard Thomas was read Our sympathy to Mrs. Bell Brown's, and Sunday at
.Practice taIn, of Markette, Mich were W. Anders and family. y n ,. yor
i .. : f. and accepted, effective March Blanche Hardy, the home of Mr. and Mrs.E. .
guests of their brother and Sympathy of the commun- = s passed last Sunday In S. Sibley In Theressa.
1 1973. The Council replacedMr. away
.PERSONALS sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.II. ity Is extended to the Charlie Miami at the age of 97. Lawrence Bias reports that
.Rev. W. O. Mathis of Max- II. Brice, Saturday through i J't" '. Thomas, and Don Hill Is
Shuford family in the death ;' ,, ', Mayor of Hampton. As Paul Phillips is home fora he killed a five-foot rattle-
.jvllle, was a guest of Mr. and Thursday. of their wife and mother, Mrs. [ J.I : '' ,' now vacation from the service. snake at the old Hampton
1 'I : ''i!' Mr. Hill was a Council mem-
Mrs. Les McClellan on Sun- Miss Elizabeth Terry wasa .Wlnnle Shuford, who passed .
.\ \, .' ber and also Chairman, the Avery Dennison will enter dump. The snake has 12 rat-
,day. guest of her sister, Mrs. away Saturday morning. r ".., .' / ,. Council appointed Pat Glover Alachua General Hospital for tles.
Mrs. Joyce Futch,of Bruns- .. iV'I; '. councilman and alsoas
wick, Ga., spent the weekend '. as

301 DRIVE- I : .< with her Terry.sister On, Miss Sunday Elizabeth she- .. ....." '; .../: ". Hill councilman.) Chairman after his,There to resignation replace was fur-Mr.as BIG-LITTLE HEALTH FOODS

visited her and .
son daugh- ,
STARKE. 1'.1'FLA.: =.j, ter-in-law, Mr and Mrs.Benton ther of culverts discussion, the about removal the need of 1512 N.W. 13 th St. 378-0095
Futch and family, of
SHOW STARTS AT 7:00: Starke. trees, bids on mowing, and
IDSEP ON TUES bids on the police radio. A
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye entertained -
report was given by the Fire
with cookout last
a Department and also by the Herb Tea *
Saturday evening. Those /
FRIDAY-SATURDAY 23-24 Police Department. Garbagewill
MARCH for the occasion were: .... I i .
be picked Sat- *
up every Protein Supplements
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tye, )
DOUBLE FEATURE Jr., and daughter, of South urday, everyone picked wanting should their haveIt ([
garbage up
Daytona, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. and Natural Vitamins'Minerals
in plastic garbage bags
Roberts and son, Mike, Mr. in front of their house for /:1;
{OUT! and Mrs. Bruce Paine, of --
'i,1 the truck to pick up. Whole Grains .Cereals
Jacksonville, and Mr. and

.; I Mrs.Gainesville Tommy Talley, of M, d SENIOR CITIZENSThe Itt\t'l'/ Books Yogurt

\\y ]Hampton Senior Citi-
Dobbs Jacksonville Fresh ERRS
\ I it Casey zens met March 16 for their ( : '
the weekend with his

1 \.i. !1 \\t-j: parents Dobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Holiday On Ice Will OpenAt regular meeting of meeting the month, the cele-last - -

J all and '
COtT brates birthdays anniversaries Of
A' Free Sample
Mrs. H. W. Bennett, Nancy, .
Coliseum March 21 Mr.
of the month.
ALBERT R BR I and Mrs. Hattie Darley, vis- Jax 6' i Vitamin E
SEAN CONNERY and Mrs. Lynn Hall were the
HARRY MM N ited her sister, Miss Sinah Kim correspondence course. Mal13'children anniversary couple.Birthdayswere i With This Coupon
Starke Blonde, 4-year-old
Prescott at
Nursing the ranks of In the skating troup Ruth Dennison, Frances .. : Offr! Good 3 Days OnlyMareh22.23.J4
Home Crockett, Joins -
Saturday.Mr. .
on .
FIEIhGST( UNDEBJUAdt'LIL : the inside of
in the 1973 never see a Wadsworth, and Ruddy ,
!l and Mrs. James Town- grown-up skaters classroom, but manage to Waters. There were two '-.-_ I. _

: I Nf, IAIIPLLliupii send and family of Powder of pleting edition of tho Holiday Crockett on Ice family, com- maintain high grades while on cakes, one with happy birth- ..4hV\I ,1;- NYj. \ 'T n.t 'LV\I tit -*/\.
Springs, were guests
: the road. and one with happy an-
l \: NIEViiitliul! ""ENCt '% liAR M// )WiMJOHt* HOPK'NSKSM Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bar- circle. day
field, Thursday to Sunday. Jimmy Crockett, Kim's father .

Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kel- headlines the 28th edi- What dp you want...
ly visited Miss Enza Blanchard tion of the famed ice revue,
in Baker County Nurs- showing at the Jacksonville
ing home at Macclenny on Coliseum from Wednesday, a home in the country ?
I SEAN CONEY Sunday. March 21, through Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne March 25. Kim's mother,Ma-

IS JAMES were Wednesday overnight rie, is one of the beauteous
SOLOk guests of their brotherinlaw Glamour-leers.
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kim was born in Rio de

I. 'IAN FtE fl NL aIOU Wm Mobley,of Tampa.Thurs- Janerio when the popular Ice lk A
k III day their nephew and niece, show was touring South America rt +

ONlY LICE/ Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weinstein At the ago of three
", of Miami, spent the day weeks, she "hit the road"

II .. with them. with her parents and has been
I ALBtRIR[ ( BROUji( ,. hGKhi.lAllMAi'i/ \ Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan traveling ever since.

PANAVISION'TECHNICOlOR' 1C-;:;: rr.yI and Mr. and Mrs. W. Born with a sunny disposition -
LIl!m the skating tot has
I II. Morgan attended the revival -
meeting at Russell adjusted to the usual sched-
Church last Thursday night. ule she maintains, with no
SUN.-MON. MARCH 25-26 problems. (Having a featured
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boy-
role In "Mls-up at Montes-
ette and family were
I DOUBLE FEATURE guests' of their brother and sori" means getting to bed
sister-in-law :Mr. and Mrs. at .a late hour, but she sleeps
late In the mornings, and her
Don Boyette, of Macclenny,, mother mattes! sure she eats
last Friday evening.
plenty of nourishing food.
I "A LYRIC TRAGIC SONG OF THE Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kel- When It comes time for

,ROAD! AN HISTORIC MOVIE!" j ly visited their cousins, Mrs. schooling, Kim will join the
and Miss Dora
Loca Whltten
-RICH/tRO' / SCHICKEL LOOt ranks of other "Holiday"youngsters

I b PANDO COMPANY in tttoC'llion..''IXRAYBCRT Johnson Sunday.,Other of Lake guests Butler were another on- and e .study via aWe builds better buy !

PRODUCTIONS p.....,. cousin, Mrs. Truby not enthusiastic Jilr; Vllilter a
I Wainwright, and her grand-
> eaSY RideR : daughter, Miss Elaine WaInwright about do-gooders, but they to ore do. Clean air open sky trees meadows. ,It a home In the country or all of the Inside work yourself.' We'll completely finish the exterior,
: probably preferable away from traffic noise, and overcrowding is your dream for the Including the final coat of long-lasting paint. After finishing the. .
iRjestncted. : Friends of Mrs. Carl Pre- badders. future. .. If you already own your property and are planning to build outside will stop at almost ANY stage of Interior completion.
.. finish the rest In the evenings and on weekends and save. We'llthat
should be builder. He builds almost you
Uv she Jim Walter
to learn that your
I vatt regret and family of Roswell, Ga., properly Is located. .In town or out in the country. even furnish the inside materials and Include their cost In your
indcrwent eye surgery spent the weekend with their mortgage) payments.2Z2SSELZ577.
JACK NICHOLSON COLOR .PnnudgEOLUMalA. PICTURES chua General Hospital, brother-in-law and sister, He'll offer you more than 20 models from which you may select your MORTGAGE FINANCINGcan
Gainesville, on Monday. She new home-1 to 4 bedrooms some with 2 baths-any of which -
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling constructed property ovnnmrt
andvisits be built on your property. All are custom-built to qumtttiftt
will appreciate and other relatives. bonrd-by-taoard, nail-by-nail on your building site. And construction Your local Jim Walter Homes display park Is open daily from 8 A.M.
Her room number Is 523. Friends of Mrs. Marcus materials are all quality-selected for long life' and low maintenance until 8 P.M.weekdays and 8 A.M.until 6 P.M. Saturdays and Sundays
DIJ Mrs. Marian Hall( and Mrs. Griffis, regret to learn that materials such as heavy-duty roofing, aluminum windows and for your convenience. Come by, call or write today for complete
Cora Hodges of Jacksonville Is in Alachua "wood made bettor" hardboard siding.MORE Information on the low cost of building on your property and learn
she a patient
Ii were guests of their sister, General Hospital, Gainesville., THAN 20 "BETTER BUY" MODELS BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY how FINANCING.qualified Isn't property it time owners that you can moved get up to eN better buy" by
(Hicks last Fri-
\2 That bookIioiiiili'} day Mrs.afternoon. Griffin Elder, of and Tallahassee Mrs. Herschel, were SAVE MONEY on your new Jim Waller-built home by doing some Jim Walter? Wh.t nu ,hon. II. .... 'nm. rh, .. ."

Mrs. Harold Eunice spent and Saturday overnight guests of C& Lute of Second-Houte. Cottage* ..... JiIDWal'erI ,
-J' IS now "Jl.fLI.J{; : Saturday daugher-ln-law with ,her Mr. and son Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robertson A Ze >
and Mrs. Edith Swinney. JIM WALTER HOMES
", Phil Eunice, of Graham. I ('MoIIO n.oce't ofhc*'
Mr. and Mrs. Kay Stephenson -
IIlIPI'J Randall Reddish of Raifordwas Fri- I:GlurmnIIan;: :::: end e:tomof;
!J The film! Miiiiffi/ a Sunday overnight guest day of overnight Macclenny and were Sunday JACKSONVILLE& FLA. 32216 OCALA, FLA. 32670 I building'on my property th I iill I

of his grandparents, Mr. and understand th,r. would b*>
Mrs. Les McClellan. guests of their mother, Mrs. P.O. Box 16965 3001 South Pin Street I no obligation to buy and I
Bessie Stephenson, and grand that would giv*in.'th.i*>
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hanson mother, Mrs. Bryant Reddish.! 6221 Phillip Hwy. POBox 954 I /factt ff,. of chorgo.NAMl. I
*fWNIWCH PROXCTION were Sunday dinner guests Mrs. Roy Hlghnote of MI- U.S. No. 1 South Ph. 622.8118 ______ -

I tlugneHncSusann'ti'l' eJTe.1Jneiillrn of their sister Mrs. Walter ami, arrived last Saturday for Ph. 733.3250 I ADDRISS_ ---- .. I II

Martin, of Starke. visit with her sister, Mrs. CITY. _STAU<
a I ---
.bin ....p.,m, a. QI Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Wigginsand O. J. Phillips. Tolophanc--(or neighbor) I

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Howe Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs I If rural rout pivot give direction? I

1 of Jacksonville were Sunday visited their cousins, Mr. and 'tiiS OPEN 8'til 6 -- -
guests of their parents, Mr. Mrs. Bill Browning, of Rai OPEN 8 -...- Sat. & Sun. |'CD I I own property In. county
FLORIDA THEATRE5STARKE r and Mrs. B. L. Wllkison, Sr. Weekdays _ : -
ford on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Taylor -

FLA. = and girls, Mrs. Nola WIl-
kerson, Mrs. Ruth Grlffis and
girls, Mr. and Mrs. James
PHONE eft 5451 Norman and sons, Mr. and

Mrs. Floyd Norman and son Snappec. Mower and more.Snapper
232425DOUBLE of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. .
FRI.-SAT.-SUN. MARCH Vaughn Prescott and family,

of Kingsley lake, Mr. and
FEATURE Mrs. Frederick Prescott, and
Mr. and Mrs. John Norman, i is not only a riding mower. It's also an aerator.

gett of Highland and Aunt, Mrs.Zettie Daisy Padgett Pad- And sweeper. And grass and leaf catcher. And dozer. _

.1 of Maxville all gathered at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. And hauler.In .

Normans Leonard Norman Saturday and evening.The the Carl. fact this tough rugged, compact powerhouse is just

occasion was to help Carl about all you need for lawn or garden work: Powerful 5
celebrate his birthday anniversary -
in A MICHAEL VMNNCfl Homemade ice and S HP engines. 5 forward speeds plus reverse. *

THE MECH cream Mrs. and Ronnie cake Mosley was served.Max- Completely enclosed transmission. Handles with ease. i

< v -/ ville Mr. and called Mrs.on Harold( her parents Eunice,, Costs much less than many bulky garden tractors, yet I ( :

I Saturday Mr. and afternoon.Mrs. J. F. Robertson performs so many lawn and garden jobs. \ _

Mrs. Edith Swin- Call your Snapper Dealer and tell him you'd like to
and Mrs. S. L. Swindelland .
I I PLUS ney,sons attended the annual test drive the new Snapper riding mower. He'll come out and

meeting of the Emmaus Bap-
tist Church, In Jacksonville, give you a free demonstration. On your i

., last Saturday and Sunday. s
THE MAN WITH s. Mr. and Mrs. MaInes Grlf MiDoruiuuK' Power Equipment,Inc A+ubsiJmry(Fuqua InJuUlcs.lnc.JOE'S .

THE GUNSIGHT EYES IS BACfftAn tie and family, and Mr. and
Mrs. Virgil Grlffls and family -
ALBERTO GRIMALDI Production &&[&' of Palatka, were Sunday
'dinner guests of their mother
LEE VANCLEEF Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, AW SHOP

? ., Mrs. Daisy Boch and Lynn
of Tal-
Wayne Stephenson

RETURN dfSABATA lahassee spent the weekend Ave.-Starke Fla.- Pile 9647580Ma
with his mother, Mrs. Bessie 224 E. Washington ,

1 TECHNICOLOR TECHNISCOPE CZB UnitJ Art t Stephenson, and Mrs.Bryant -
Reddish.Mr. .
and Mrs. Earl Denmark

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Poo. 6 TELEGRAPH Mar. 22, 1973 ,.;

Savings Bond Sales Total 19,844

-f.' Fair . Temple Sales or Series E &Bonds H u- cent The of county its attained 1973 sales 12.4 per-goal

).. ," tilted States Savings of $160,000, Peek reports
-.-- (From Page l 1)dren's ) (From, Pall 1) totaled $19,844 in CounFlorida sales of Series E
\ J.L M. 'in January,according to & II savings bonds in Jan-
q '
W1 Bonds
$ y Day at the fair. All school, and 14 years as prIn. ty Volunteer S. Savings L. Peek, Jr, 387,000raver2'Janulary 1972
school .
d children and high cipal. Hobbs Is remembered .
will be admitted to the as an outstanding football J
fairground free of charge between coach of many fine Bradford ..
noon and 6 p.m. Fea- High teams and as the coachof has
tured that evening at 8 p.m. the BHS team which brought Henry Block
In the show arena will be a home the first state track r '

t'.r t .r free Baptist performance Church choirs by the high-first championship. 1 .t' t/' 17 reasons why you

lighted by the Hand Bell Ring He has served as principal t ) ,,, a r '
-' ere at Hampton and for the should to us
Fair activities will concludeon past 13 years has been principal y come
Saturday April 7, with a at Southslde. ]
free horse show beginning at ) for income tax help.
d +w'3+ .y 3 p.m.,sponsored by the Brad Temple also announced that I ?o! '
ford Roping Club. The annual Foster Shi Smith, who has

Team Strawberry Queen Beauty been serving as supervisor Guardsmen Clean UpA Reason 2. We're human, and once in a
Bradford Dairy Judging Pageant a highlight of curriculum in recent years
of the fair, will be held at on the administrative staff of local National Guard (Maim) 53rd Spt. Bn. with great while we make a mistake. But if our
Places 8th Of 146 In State 8 p.m. that evening at the unit assisted In a driveto the help of many young people additional tax,
fairgrounds. It Is sponsored clean up the streets of In the community gath- error means you must pay
represent Florida In Kansas again this year by the Starke Supt. Tom Casey, will retireat the Brownlee Street and RJE ered up more than two trucks you pay only the tax. We pay any interest
During FebruaryBradford'sSr. City during October. Allen- Junior Woman's Club with the end of the present term. High school areas March load of trash (cans, etc.)
FFA Chapter competedin and town took the privelege of Mrs. James Lawson as chair- Smith Is also a former tea- 18. on streets, sidewalks, and or penalty. ;J
state competition, cher and a former principalof
representing Florida. man of the event. other areas and hauled It to
placed eighth out of 146 teamsIn Bradford team membersare Fair memberships entitling Bradford High. Members of Company D. the city dump. '
dairy judging. Ricky Thompson, Jim the bearer to admission all
Top ten dairy competed Johns, Jackie Marr, and Jim- four days can be purchased Child Care DeductibleFor
state Expenses
In the
teams March my Scott. Scott scored as at the Chamber of Commerce

16 against In Gainesville each other to find a the fifth highest Individual office membership.In Starke General at $2 admission per First Time On 1972 Return
in the state.
top placing team that would 50 cents for
prices are for chll- Employed taxpayers with of $2,000), Mr. O'Donnell said. bility payments, Mr. O'Don-
and 25 cents
adults child care expenses may Beta To qualify, you must be em- nell dald.
Killer Accreditatioii riven Zones will bigger tax break In 1972, A.J. ployed and provide over one- As under the old law, you
Pete Briggs with O'Donnell, Jr., district director half the cost of maintaining a may not take a deduction for

(From Page 1)) again rides operate, concessions the midway, and of Internal Revenue for household for a dependentchild payments to anyone who can
new be dependent.
Florida under 15 disabled dependent your
for the 1973 fair., announces a -
attractions Taxpayers muetltemizededucdona -
Melrose and Keystone (From Page 1)) Reduced price amusementride The Revenue Act of 1971 has of any age, or a disa- In order to claim a C 3BLOCK
Heights, Bobble Turner, 37, tickets for children, five greatly liberalized the deduct- ble spouse. child care expenses. As with
and Patricia Marr, 22, were The committee will study reports rides for a dollar, can be ion for the care of children, For the first time taxpayerscan all itemized deductions, you
death.Mrs. Tur- In this self-study, Chamber of and deduct household expenses THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
found shot to made purchased at the disabled dependents spou must keep good records and
ner's 16-year-old daughter, which Is required every 10 Commerce office until 5 p.m.. ses. Beginning in 1972, taxpayers Incurred to permit them For to be document expenses. 118 NORTH WALNUT
Valerie, disappeared that years, plus make evaluationsof April 3, day before the fair. with adjusted gross Incomes gainfully employed. for example the- Publication No. 503. "Child
Her body was found about the school. tickets cannotbe of $18,000 or less maybe amounts paid
day. Its own
same Reduced price
services of maid, cook or Care and Disable Op.n 9 A.M. To 6 P. M Monday Thru Saturday
In wooded area members are educators fairgrounds to $400
last June a Committee purchased at the able to deduct up freeat
two miles east of Starke off from surrounding and will not be sold per month for household and other domestic help can qual- Is IRS now ONLY 25 DAYS LEFT NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
most offices
SR-16. school districts (counties)and after April 3, according to dependent care expenses. ify, Mr.
from three state universities. John Myers, general man You must reduce the"d duct Expenses under certain
The case remains under Intense Findings of the committee, Ion 50 cents for each dollarof limits Incurred outside the .-.. -- ----- -- -- -- -- -'
the - -- -----------
Investigation by what Is good and what is bad ger.Ride tickets at reduced prices Income over $18,000. For home for the care of a child ,
Bradford Sheriffs Office and about BUS as the group finds will also be sold in Brad example, a taxpayer with an under 15 (as, for example, Ina "WITHIN YOUR MEANS NOW
state officials It, will be given In the public ford schools starting Monday, adjusted gross Income of$20- day care center) may also ,
hearing next Wednesday.School March 26, through Friday, 000 would be limited to$3,800 qualify. These expenses are PEACE OF MIND ALWAYS"
will be dismissed ear- March 30. ( the maxumum annual deduction limited to $200 per month for
--- _
ly so faculty members can The Rotary Club's chicken; of $4,800 less one- half, one child, $300 for two child-
attend. dinner on opening day will be ren or$400 for three or more
"It's an Important thing," served from noon until 1 p.m., children. However, these expenses -Afl'.lt.
!Newland: says of the report.He according[ to Rotary PresidentMac My Neighbors shall not include edu- & F ome/
stresses the meeting is Bald ,in. Cokes will be cational expenses incurred for
open to anybody at all who Is available from the Starke InterAct a child In the first or higher
Interested In the school or who Club, the Rotary's; grade. Lake Butler, Florida
_ wants to attend for any rea junior counterpart. Proceeds; = Taxpayers who claim a deduction -
I j for the care of a dis- 496-4141
from the dinner will go bone :
son.Based primarily on the report of Rotary Club civic "J.Io: / abled dependent must reduce
Ask of the visiting[ committee projects.many ::1'' H lC the deduction by the amountby "Call Collect"Serh'ing
be madeon wsvi_ which the total of the de-
r a decision will Dinner tickets may be purchased 1 ( Union &
re-accreditation of the high from any Rotarian oat pendent's adjusted gross Income Surrounding Counties
Charley school and the status of that the main gate of the fair jr/ ; and anyoon-taxable disability Doyle M. Archer, LF.D.
re-accreditation. The decis- grounds. One thousand dinners 9 tJt'f payments, he receives Ambulance
E. ion will be made finally bya will be served on a *- exceeds $750. In the case of Service Funerals I i i"Volunteer" Monuments
\L disable husband or wife, the
review committee of the Southern first come, first served ba a
Johns Association of Collegesand sis. Col. Harry M. Hatcher, "Croup encounter, heck! taxpayer must reduce the expenses -
I Schools and will be announced Jr., president-elect of the Rotary Group snoop, I call ill"! by non-taxable disa
this winter at the as- Club, will serve as chair
sociation's[ annual meeting. - ..... -- -- -- -- --- - ---- ------ -----------
It viola man of this year's event ..5-..._...__......._-_.... ..... ..
'About "We don't anticipate : ,
This Question "
standards, .
tion of any major

"Theft of money and securities Newland Five( possible states.[ choices of accreditation Berries : The Beer and Liquor Traffic says: :

by trusted employeessafe > status are possi- (From Poq.l 1))
ble: all clear, advised, warn-
burglary or robbery of ed, probation, or dropped.Deficiencies two years after the old Starke .; -
property within the premisesor noted take in the market burned Carter and i WE'LL GET !
from a total school program. Norman were forced to rent
mas.ngerloss Accreditation means a and then purchase: a $10,000 '
from forgeries and coon,. school meets certain standards refrigerated[ trailer to use '

terfelt money or. all suet, of academic excellence, as a cooler. They have become ;
!Newland: explains. If BUS were the principal shippers 9
losses covered by Comprehensive not accredited, !Newland: says In the county, production here
Crime Coverage in It would mean the school was being too little to attract major I YOUR j

the new Multi-Peril package I not as good as It once was, buyers.
and that colleges would look Asked why he did not use
Insurance available most askance on Its graduates. the Starke market, Carter

commercial and financial said: t14 '' i
? let us %
Because they
Why ,
a Ja
HOURS didn't
LIBRARY go for two years. They

Charley E. 'Monday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. going help us to and help now them we're" Carter not I CHILDREN j
Tuesday: Thursday: Friday -
JOHNS AGENCY cited the outlay he and Nor
9 to 5
: a.m. P.m. man made the cooler In Law-
Saturday: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
After the Starke. :
S. Walnut St. CLOSED- tey.
STARKE. FLORIDA 32091 burned local growers asked The Plot Began Years Ago .";:';ul one tenth of one per 1 cent of the youth of America knows the taste of real .
the state to move coolers beer. "'e must educate them-The Brewery News, 1932 .
Into the area, but that was
never done. The Conspiracy Invaded The Armed Services ."The opportunity presented to the brewing industry is so .

obvious I hut it is superfluous to go into detail here is a chalice fur brewers to cultivate .
ONLY THE VERY t It taste for Ix'cr in millions of youny{ men who will eventually constitute the largest
OLD BOOKSA h.'"- lonstuning, section of our population.The Brewers Digest Magazine, !May, 1941 .

CAN AFFORD CHEAP plea for old books, hard fa They; Determined To Exploit Teen-Agers "'(:'Lae minors problem has always I Urn B tou h onto crick .
back and paperback, has been A: the same time wo oelieve a toen-uge moilcrntinn program shntiUI! he ccloph'cIi'l; l i;:: some .
issued by Friends of the Brad nil! strength !behind it. We're told this is to. 'tiddish''e don'1 1Igr\'('," .
AIR CONDITIONING ford County Public Libraryfor Spirits: The Monthly! !Mac'In for Wine And Liquor Extiuuvcs, tier 1951
their annual book sale, .
Quality Work Doesn't Cost It Pays April[ 4-7, at the Bradford s The Scheme To Trop Youth Continued "The brewing! industry bus not f.mn.l u satisfactory answer to .
County Fair the problem ot. introducing beer to a high( percentage! of the younger: generation j! I lint is ">tn-
REFRIGERATION Books should be brought to ing! alon (. This is particularly true of the civilian elementliich after all is the l II m prrcrrl.ugc : .
the library as soon as pos S .{ of the people."-The Brewers Digest, Feb., 1952 .
Jj AIR CONDITIONING sible, according to Mrs. Bri
an Hamilton, President of the 0 The Assault Hurled, Against Decei.<.y "The (liquor) industry. through Licensed Be"erojItltluslri1/ (L.l'.I: ) .
WFVTHERTON HEAT PUMPS Friends. has assumed a "more ugrcssivc altitude and 1 promises to wage war ;Now:; (Ihat the in'iustry .
: Children's books are also is secure it intends: to take! strategic! command and luunth a counter-attack on the fn!'.."
?26. $ !J', ,ut St Starke 96 .7731 : needed. -from an editorial entitled "A New Era Begins", Spirits :Magarine |In ]1955 .

I booth The books at the will fair be sold from at 5C a! They'll Stop At Nothing ""'e !have no intention whatsoever! of curtailing our use of the radio and television .

to $1. All money raised from (in beer advertising) "'e have a constitutional right( to use il The distillers (uf whiskey! ) .
the annual book sale goes to have a constitutional right to use it. and they could enforce that right! by rcuort to court. .
the Bradford County Libraryfor -Mr. Clinton M. Hester, for the United States Bre ers' Foundation before a CongressionalCommittee
Assembly Applicants Needed purchase of new books., on Feb. 17, 1956 .

The Traffic Is Becoming A Plundering Monster "Economists forecast an increase in our gross! national .
I At General Electric product from today's record $:iNI billion to an unprecedented ?750; billion in 1970.under .
Egg-throwing during strikes the title 'Looking Ahead' In L. B. !.'. Facts About The Licensed Beverage Industries, 1960 .
may be phased out because of

.Immediate opening for light the price of eggs. Protesterswill : Foth.r Duiftr
aaa..embly Brodurtion operator want to throw something :
Like perhaps?
cheap. money v
osry; r .

.High dexterity and aptitude tor .

assembly work are nil the requirement
Know Someone In A
} !?"* necessary. t t. .

.. No training, experience or par :
titular educational. background: CfeS&VHav M a

required. t Vrtl00. ,rI :

apply between the hours of 8 A. .
A.M. and 4:30: P.M. Monday them call the CRISIS!,,I .

through Friday nt the plant lo- CENTER any time day or a

rated on Highway 441, 12 milts. 'night, 804 SW 2nd Av*. : 6WRV OM!".IOO 0 ...w.HtttHfCTjfj .

north of Gainesville 'or help with a variety of t : THf lint! now feast HlMKMfrM .
TO A6EWi/tK/SM TM* U 11
.y" .
life's problems.

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r- Tkrott BUS SeniorsTo Drivers Warned Of Greater Risk In Compact Cars I

% Be MeasuredFor The increasingly popular "Studies have shown that suIts in more serious injuries be seen readily by oncoming ::.1*
( compact cars have some Inherent when a compact car collides ," said Colonel Eldrige traffic which may be passing
) Caps, Gowns dangers which drivers with a larger car or truck, Beach, director of the Pa- on a slight rise that does 18
need to learn said the Flori- the smaller car sustains by trol.Some not require no-passing solid :e
da Highway Patrol today. far the most damage and re- smaller cars cannot lines '
School seniors -
Bradford High
are asked to report to J5:: .
the student desk (Mrs. Red- :;:q;'
ding) to be measured for caps .
and gowns, Monday, March 21
26, through Thursday, March ..."
r p 29, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.daily. .- <
; Seniors planning to go to

$9 Disney fee by World April must 13 to pay Carl the

Riherd, Gayle Hatcher, or Or Sale ?
Connie Chasteen. This does Legal Illegal m

not include bus trip and food. SB iS

Horse' Show

Ground br.aklnq'morks the beginning of a nw sanctuary for the Stark Church of Godon t busy year is coming up

St.. Clair Str..t. toi 'ord 4-H Horse Club
son, :nslon Specialist 1Kl
New Church Planned In City 01 u u University of Flo-

rida, spoke to them during the WILL DECIDE IN THE APRIL 3 ELECTION ,
Starke's Church of God a seating capacity of 300 plus breaking ceremony 'was the club's last meeting.
broke ground for a now sanc- the balcony, central heatingand entire Congregation of the Plans were made for the ."12
tuary to be located on St. air conditioning And It Church with Pastor Rev. M. Third Annual American Quarter ON ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! n)
Clair Street In east Starke. heated baptistry.Also E. Fussel officiating with assistance Horse Association horse nelq
Construction of the 42X97 planned in the build- of the building com- show to be held April 1, at 9[ nJ
foot brick structure will begin ing is a sound proof nursery mittee. Completion of the the Bradford County Fair- T
Immediately.The and church officers to run structure is estimated about grounds. It will start at 9 uetOn
,building is to have exposed it six months from the ground a.m. and spectators are in- 638:
beams, elevated floor, On hand for the ground breaking. vited. Tuesday, April 3 you will go to your regular precinct and cast your secret ballot qof 01 l

on whether you want alcoholic beverages to be sold in Bradford County LEGALLY OR
New River WMU Will MeetA Historical Society Sees ILLEGALLY. No fair-minded citizen will dispute the fact that alcoholic beverages are

I t Raiford Church, Mar. 27 Objects From Harrlee Site being Prohibition.sold NOW all over our so-called "Dry" county because the people do not believein

"Pass on And Carry The Connie M. Clark and his 11- Among the articles exhibited
Good News" will be the themeof year-old son Scott entertained were around 60 fragmentsof 9Mfall
the WMU Associational members of the Bradford old clay pipes, of the kind
meeting to be held at Raiford County Historical Society last popular in that period, many The 2,420 registered voters who signed the petition calling this election are citizens bitt

Baptist at 7:30 Church on March 27 I numerous Thursday night objects by they exhibiting have arrow heads made and by the flint Indians Implements -, of our county, men and women who live here and have the welfare and future of their community VttfnV not

Guest p.m.speaker will be Mrs. found In the area between a 'brass tunic button from a at heart. (
Dottson Mills, a missionaryto rti Hampton Lake and Santa Fe military uniform, an 1831 tea
Jamaica. She and her hus- River, which they believe to counterfeit half-dime, made cal
band have been fraternal representatives be the location of Fort Harr- by pressing the sides of a JW}
of the Foreign lee, prominent during Indian real half-dime against a lead mnat
Mission Board to the Jamaica War days.Spray. slug, two lead musket balls,
Baptist Union since 1963. a military belt buckle, piecesof NOT 'WET" OR "DRY" r
They make their home In King- .-- Azaleas; clay pottery, and numer- (
ous bits of broken china. tQ/
ston, with their five children.
Clark thinks that some of Ufa
Mrs. Mills is active in Jamaica -
Baptist Women's Fed- To PreventFungus the items date back to the

eration and is also founder e N Indian Wars, and some mightbe Like of not"WET" "DRY" and they not necessarily "FOR"
t1, from the Civil War period, most you, they are or are ==-
and Christian director of folk a contemporary called- since troops of J. J. Dickinson or "AGAINST" the use of alcoholic beverages./ They simply believe the people have -

"The.Certaln Sounds group," whichis were known, to have pass- the right to decide whether we shall continue to live under a Prohibition law that is hurting -

composed of college, university Camellias and azaleas compliment this ed back area and and may forth have through camp- the growth and trade in Bradford( County or make a long-needed change and help. \
and professionalyoung each other In plantingsays
people., the Florida Nurserymanand ed at the Fort Harrlee site. our county with legal alcoholic beverages. 1 .
Clark and his said that
is native of
Mrs. Mills a
Growers Association
WMU State Staff Associate,
most of the items were foundat
Miami, attended Stetson Uni- will also attend the Raiford (FNGA). Homeowners who the site following hard
versity, and graduated from and will speak on live in the northern part of the which washed them to
meeting rains believein
the WMU Training School witha "WMU Is Giant Stepping." state should have an abundanceof Prohibition was a "Noble Experiment" that failed because the people.did not
the surface.
bachelor's degree in relig- Special music will be pre- camellia flowers now. During me ousmess sessiona it. But Legal Control has worked for 40 years throughout Florida. It's no Experiment

ious Miss education.Elizabeth Painter, sented by the Gospelettes of There is relatively little or report was made by Mrs. . it 'a a proven fact in 56 of 67 Florida Counties. And you can bring it to Bradford

New Rev.River Richard Baptist Barber Church., As- any need while for they spraying are bloom of camellias -, W.man J.of Epperson the nominating, Jr.. chair-com- County on April 3 by voting "FOR" the legal control of alcoholic beverages (See Sample 1

FIIA SetsFashion sociational Missionary\ for the but azaleas call for a different mittee. Election of officers Ballot Below).
New River and Santa Fe Associations procedure. Azalea blos- will be held at the annual
Show will bring the devotional 89013 are subject to.:attackby meeting on April 19.
Open To Public and will Install new a disease called petal
Weight, which causes a small ,
officers. Prayer and dedication J'oI' .yPM \IN' .

Strawberry.. Fashions for will be given by Rev. water-soaked.' the blossom spot' to Overnight-. appear SS Representative _. .. ,:. ... . I I 1"" 1, ', .

Spring" will be presented by moderator.All Aaron Singletary. Association on'the fungus can cause the flower Changes Quarters Can't Vote Again For Two Years I
the Bradford High Chapterof and to appear to have been During Fair Week,
Baptist women age-
Homemakersof .
the Future .
scalded. Spray iyour azaleas
2 level organizations, pastors
America Sunday at p.m.
and R As are Invited weekly while they are in bloom
In the Starke Elementary Baptist men The Bradford County Social
Dithane M-45.
cafeteria.Featured In the fashion meeting.to attend this Important with Tomatoes or set out earlier Security be located Representative temporarily will in You can't vote on this issue again for two years. Don't take a chance with the growth ,Its

show will be fashions from should be producing blossomsnow. by FNGA the Petty-Jury Room, second and prosperity of our county. Be sure to rote between 7 am and 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 3 "q I
Carp's and It is suggested floor of the Bradford Court
Leila's, Stump's, mixture of Dia- at your regular voting precinct. -
all of Starke. that you use a House on Monday, April 2,
Eagle When the teacher asks the Sevin, and Fore on the
Accessories will be from zinon, and Thursday, April 5. JI.t
child of the television age plants weekly. This will pre- Residents needing
Stan's Bootery In Starke. Insects County
Admission to the fashion what happened to the dino vent leafminer, A assistance with Social Secu-
show will be 50C. Tickets saurs, he replied that he sup and fungus diseases. rity problems can contactthe sl.d
do over
word of caution, .
may be purchased from any poses nature just decided not with representative at the ,
FIIA member, all proceeds to pick up their option. fertilize your Too much tomatoes nitrogen above location 9:45 to 11:30 LEGAL SALE OF I ft
going to the March of Dimes. o nitrogen.lushgreenfoUagewithout a.m. on the dates mentioned.This '
causes temporary change is VOTE FOR ALL ALCOHOLIC
furit: set- .
any blossom or
because of the
- -------------------- necessary
ting.One that County Fair scheduled that BEVERAGES ;i\\
M of the best plants
I PRESEASONIscouNT requires relatively little care week.
Following the above dates
JJta.d in the home grounds is day-ask the Social Security represen-
though they
lilies. tative will be at the regular
little, it is wise to give theman location In the Civil Defense
AIRTEMP application of fertilizernow. Building, Bradford County;
ON ALL NEW CHRYSLER The plants will respond
Grounds each Mon-
AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT. rapidly flowering and varieties some of will the early give day Fair and Thursday on, 9:45: a.m. For Selling Intoxicating Liquors, Wines Or Beer X
11:30 3/22 2t 3/29
: a.m.
ACT NOW..AND you a show after fertilization.
Prepare your summer an-
aual beds now, and start your 1 1I
STARKE APPLIANCEYour summer flowering annualsnow. mm: ;:; [;:[ ;[ ;m[111 11j1tm1m1; [ [[;; :[;:[:!: [:[::1;i. Or Beer i;
Against Selling Intoxicating Liquors, Wines J


"Under The Son," a quartet NO. 2
WHERE FAIR PRICES I of young local singersand .JjjHH1:: ; ;1:11:1j11n::[;: ;; nj1:1jjf1111nf;;: [ ;[jj111j; ; [1jf11f1j[ QUESTION i
composed of Da-
AND QUALITY WORK vid Jordan, on drums, Bob

IS OUR PRIDE. Edwards Mike Hanks, piano, double and bass guitar, and, N. RakesVirgil For Sales By The Package And Drink k. l

Professional Repairman employedFor Don Hardy, classical guitar, N. Rakes, 60, of
lave entered an area talent 732 Alton Road, Starke, Died
Information :ontest to be held in Jack- Tuesday, March 13, followinga
sonville, Friday, March 23, sudden attack. A nativeof Sales The i
CALL 964-8363 beginning at 7 p.m. Bentonville, Ark., he had For By Package Only

OR COME BY Their local fans are invit- lived In Starke for the past
ed to attend. The contest will 13 months, coming from
322 BROWNLEE, be held at the University Brooker where he had lived
Christian School, 5220 Uni- for seven years. He wasa
STARKE, FLA. versity Boulevard West. retired manager In the

.......... poultry Masonic business Lodge, a member No. 56 Vote For Legal Control Tues.
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Surviving is his wife, Lillian April 3
Davis Rakes, of Starke;
two sons, James Rakes, Lit
tle Rock, Ark., and Gary s
Rakes, Vidalla, Ga.; two
daughters, Mrs.J Jackson

rTL cnauir.mcvou: : to ,\- Rakes, Brooker four brothers -
electric >cT\kv. >: Glen, George, and Elmer
protection.Or am thins:d \.'. You Rakes, all of Bentonville,
: tmishttW\v.ircl l answer*. Ark., and Clyde Rakes,
ask ..k ervo.himiM. > ;
You Springdale, Ark.; six sisters, BRADFORD
vcrvuurtntfr .' .' '-
And\v'ti-vtott; -, Mrs. Maude Thompson and
:;' l ii" publiclv. I All others will Mrs. Made Leach, both
FPL answers.ltir'tk of California; Mrs. Lydia
In.11 I replies.) Address your
James and Miss\ Goldie Rakes,
questions. to your local FPL Mnn.iper.Knowing both of Bentonville, Ark.;Mrs. LEGAL CONTROL ASSOCIATIONPAID
Huddleston Searcy,
what concerns: you helps: Betty ,
Ark. ; and Mrs. Faye Edwin,
us do our j job better. Lowell, Ark; nine grandchildren ,
and one greatgrandchild. -

=l=Il1lic ,
t Funeral services were held t
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'., ': *B **! *1>J at 2 P.m. Friday In Jones
Memorial Chapel with Rev. i

Lester Austin conducting. I
Interment was In Crosby
Lake Cemetery with Masonic ( ADV.)
rites at the graveside.

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8 TELEGRAPH Mar. 22, 1973 u y J'eti4o, ,VILLAGE The

x. f a .+gxyy .y., ,,.tu; NATIONAL LEAGUE OF with J4

Keystone HilitesBy w OF THE UNITED STATES will the

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Linda Wharton Ph. 473.4907 or 4648 to 5 '
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DUPLICATE BRIDGE to leave by 11 a.m. Car pools techniques In decoupage, can- tt e+.+. 1a1(6a.i ( -
Winners of the duplicate are suggested due to parking dles, plaster casting, needle 2 l' '- t I !
bridge game Tuesday, March facilities at the University.JR work and other! crafts.
13, were: First, Mrs. Roland Charles McGlave and Tom- All Featured
Bryan and Mrs. C. V. Home; WOMAN'S CLUB my Mlllkln have returned from Singers
tie for second, Mrs.Bill Bartlett The regular meeting of the Tallahassee] where they attended nually
and Mrs. Francis Mlerlck Keystone Heights Junior Wo- the governors conferenceon ." r" urged Co-op Meet Today ;
with Miss Iva Hlllyer and man's Club held Thurs- ... IJ" the
was the power crisis in Florida] ..' .
Mrs. R. P. Vogh; third, Mrs. day, March 8, at the Club representing DuPont and Clay ,'( each Singers, a member of the House Com-)
Gay Livingston and Mrs. Ray house. Electric. ."i'r.i : I i ;,. at group from mlttee on Appropriations. ;
Starnes; and fourth, Fern Ba- Mrs. Marilyn Mullls, Park per will be fea About 5,000 co-op membersare
ker and Kathryn Newman. Ranger at Goldhead State By the way, Happy Birthday .- .... .- It at the 35th expected to attend today's
Winners for the Thursday Park, presented a program on Kitty! / .= all of Clay E- meeting.
evening games were: first, ecology and the Environmental Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hep <1 at Key-
Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs.W. Education Program in the tinstall made a trip to An- ; a box. today (Thurs-
J. Grollckj; tie for second, Keystone area. niston, Ala. recently. Mrs. t Square Dance
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Bannis- A report was given on the J. B. Roberts, Bert's mother "r
ter and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Arts and Crafts Festival which returned with them for weeks of four mem Set April
Bartlett; third, Mr. and Mrs. was held in Williston and sev- stay in Keystone. While here Lr" ]l Board of Direc-
Francis Mierick and fourth, eral ribbons were awarded to they all enjoyed a side tripto p.m.'I' by Congress- A Spring Square Dance Is
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Falkel. the Keystone Juniors for their Disney World. _* and a noon planned for Saturday, April
entries. Nita Belote has returned be other high 7, by the Junior Woman's
EXECUTIVE BOARD The Club presented a 50th from visiting her daughter, An day. Zedra Ha Club. Tickets may be pur-
MEETINGThe wedding anniversary gift to Renee, son-in-law and new urday and E. F. chased from any Junior or at
Executive board of the Mrs. Dodle Koons.Mrs.Koons grandson in Cape Cod. She Park ) are seeking the Keystone State Bank.
Community Church Women sponsor of the Juniors for reported mother and baby do- seat from Dis- The time is 9 p.m. and the
will hold its monthly meet- many years, expressed her Ing just great. ights includes Brad- dress Is casual.
Ing Monday, March 26, at 1 sincere appreciation. Even if you don't know a
p.m. in the Educational Buil Mr. Jim Catlett, Executive Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dwyer of Ocala, Is "Do-SI-Do" from an "Allen-]
ding.Mrs. Director of the American Can- enjoyed a ten day visit from first third two-year mande Left," grab your partner -
Ernest McLean, pres- cer Society from Gainesville, Ed's sister, Evelyn and her r into after being and mosey on over to
ident, urges all chairmen to discussed the Bike-a-Thon husband, Jack Scott, from ,c. 4y o be last year. He Is the Clubhouse.
be present and If they can- and asked for volunteers to Hartford, Conn. Jack is a for I
not, to be represented by theirco work at the checkpoints. purchasing agent for the Tra- to __n___ __ 1
chairmen. The board Members made plans for veler's Insurance Co. the [
meetings are most Important, their annual Easter Egg Huntto Understand that Myron Pre- are !
she says. be held April 14 at their vatt is home and doing fine OPEN
sponsored cottage at Sunland after his recent illness. Glad]
NEW ARRIVAL Training Center in Gaines- to have you home. rt.V t ti ents
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hgen vllle. arded
are the grandparents of Sha- Saw a very amazing bit of high
... I ron MIchele, born rriaay, NEW ARRIVAL construction work the other KEYSTONE
March 16, to Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Shavce day. I was watching the con-
John Josey of Orange Park. of Greenville South Carolina struction of the new Kentucky
Sharon was born in the mv- announce the birth of a son, Fried Chicken place and STATIONCLOSED
erslde Hospital In Jacksonville William Jack, born March 12 one minute I saw them put- T a
weighing in at 6 pounds weighing 10 pounds and one- ting red plaster on the exterior The SUN. & MOV.
12 ounces. half ounce. Grandparents are and a few minutes later men
Congratulations to all! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- It looked like red brick. IIIGIflVAY 21 N. NE\ STONE
Glave of Keystone Heights. The work was quite interes- Postmasters Village Assn. onic
WOMAN'S CLUB ting and really drew a crowd. 5 HOURS :
The Keystone Heights Wo- PERSONALSDr. If you saw the ambulance Enjoys New Club Facilites p.m.All
man's Club will sponsor a AI Watson and family, tearing down main street the the 8:00 TO 5:00JOHNSON'S
salad-luncheon and card parVl Barbara, ,:rom ,and, Bob left other day with its lights blink Postmasters Retirement Mabel Falkel, Ida Adamclk, items
ty Friday.,.. April, 6, beginning. March 13 after a visit with 'ing, it was not an accident Village on Lake Hutchinson, (See Pag 9)) til 5
f" at noon. H' the Al W&tson's'In Keystoneon but a tumbelng.made. The' south___...._of_ :Lake. __m .Geneva__.. .L__isapuruiw .!:!. IAAaaaAaaaaaAaaaaaaac. acaQa. aa aaaaaa .
Volunteer'Fire ------------------------- -- -- -- -- --- ----
Donations of tax Keystone Department
$1.25 plus their way to Texas and ; a new 1OUIUI"""
will be asked. Please call then Europe. will be in a film days with an attractive sign,
Mrs. Fremont Tolles, 473- Bettye Zowarka and Bert which will be shown to different just erected on SR 214 by
4138, for reservations. Heptinstall are staying busy fire departments all the Postmasters Village Association AUTO :
Ladles of the Woman's Club these days. They demonstrated over the state of Florida. Inc. iti.
are reminded about the field their line of work at the The kids in Keystone that Also] recently completedis
trip to the University of flo- Vida Lu Arts and Crafts in participated in !the Bike ride the group's new clubhouse,
rida on Tuesday, March 27. Jacksonville recently and have for the American Cancer Society on the banks of the lake,
Everyone planning to go will just returned from classesin should be commended. where social events and regular -
meet at the City Hall ready St. Petersburg]learning new Some rode from Keystone to meetings of the club
--------- Green Cove Springs and Orange are held. Pictured with TUNE UPHwy
Park. the clubhouse In the back- ,
KEYSTONE MELROSE Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox ground are officers of the
attended the GJO Golf Tour- Association at the time the Y ,
nament in Jacksonville Satur- club was built: (from left) 100 Ph. 4734117 Lake Geneva r ,
BUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S day along with Mr. and Mrs. Forest Adams,' president; I
Hal Adams. Also driving up Clifford Elder] ,vice president; 2 Miles From Down Town Keystone Heights ". ,
SUPPLIES Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Mable] Faikel, secretary; and
HARDWARE-GARDEN Bill Reynolds. Lena Elder, treasurer. i
Kathy Wharton, Christine Shown below are members
SUM'SFish fJ ;: V. e HARDWARE Brokas, Lisa Eland, Glynis; of the club gathered for
ANDGARDEN Combass, and Natalie Jones one of their regular cover- We Specialize In JIM JOHNSON
-trStuff drove to Cresent Beach Sun- ed dish supper meetings. Owner
ENTER day and Just about froze to Seated ]lockwise around the
Live Bolt A complete line ef Hdw. death. They got Spring fever table are : Beulah] parr,
Crlckets.Shlnner..Worm. BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS too soon. Nick and Betty Schewyen p AUTO TUNE-UP
Minnows Plumbing & Electrical Supp. .
f& Building Material
ICE Hwy. 21] N. 200 ydi From Light ''
Ktytton Hgts. 473-4357 Kytone Heights 473-3663 Whatever your choicein OVERHAUL


Lake Geneva TV Service Center HOWS ''J

Furniture A FULL

Gift & Candle QuasarTVSTERO SERVICEBANK ;..' THE h "J
Shop .... ;._ ,


RESIDENTIALAIR a And Trouble Shooter
Mattresses Sold AIR CONDITION
I Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva SALES & SERVICE YOUR MR

1 Mi. Eot, of Keystone Hof.. KEYSTONE 413.4651REAL


T. Lovorn Want to fell your Mobil. If After You Check Your Car Out And

f K3g. Real Estate Broker Home? If you hove a buyer,
LAKE Mobile Home Broker will see us for a low-cost Auto Loan. Find It Needs Repairs-' Major Or Minor-
RESIDENTIAL (. 'I Insurance arrange ALL details financing for a and broke Bring It To Us. We Are Set Up To Give

BUSINESS Mge fee of 10% of the sellIng .
ACREAGE price. Far mare information You Fast Service At Reasonable Prices.
APPRAISALS callMOBILE Big wheels. Small wheels. Plain or fancy. What-

Keyitone Hgtt. 473.3254 ever kind of wheels you want, we'll help you get '. .....".
473-4692 HOM.. BR :
Edna Knepper 4"3-4111 RT. 1 BOX 350 J goodly piece of change. Speedy Auto Loan serv- JEFFERYDEMPSEYEngine
Martha Durbin 43.3362 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666 ice is our specialty. So you'll be polishing up Valve Grinding Turn Brake Drums Specialist
Jim Fox -473-41481 your new car in no time. .
PHONE 475-1751 Tires And Batteries
C.B. McAfee< 4"340'0BEAUTY Engine Boring -

HUf"Nell'tI On long trips or short,carry the safe money... Welding Brazing -

S.E. McKAY American Express |I I

Member of Society REALTOR Travelers Cheques :I 'ro...., -J .
Beauty Style Shot of Residential l AppraitersS I '_ =..:---- \, :
"Fo, a lovelier rviru This Area For 26 Years ,
you" Mrs. Melba llj.n 473-4740 If lost or stolen you can get them promptly replaced. FAST 1-DAY SERVICEOn .
Spendable everywhere. Cost-only 1C: per dollar.
Phe..475.221 L. J. Robinson, 475-1041 "
Delores Gilmore 473.3600 1

K.I'.to Batwe.n-. Joanne Po.chol P.Carr Gaett 475-1622 473.4058 KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember Brakes Minor Tune-Up ;l_

1- Jam. F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Fla. i
Holgh" i Che*.lngton473'4679 ,
Mel,... ...S Homes-Acreage-Rentals "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly And Most Jobs. \ '

1 J Lake Front Sales Force:. Community." I FRED SEYMOUR
General) Mechanic

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Mar. 22, 1973 TEL,. ap

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P.M. Jones Team : MELROSE HARP .
Village. j Note
( CHAPTER[ Houston Drlscoll, Mrs. B's Husband Frank Is in Bradford
Wins Bowling St. Patrick's Day theme of brother, came over. He reported Hospital for tests and' ,
(Prom, Pag 8)) green and white was the table Egan that his good Senior treatment. Mrs. Egan does not
CompetitionThe decorations arranged by Citizens friend and charter drive further than the Key-
Frances Adams, Esther and Mrs. Ethel Welch as she car- same place.In County will and meetings.A short call was made on member of the Starke Club, stone area, and so reports
Bill :ReckerkWesley Sawyer, DeWitt C. Jones Bow- ried out the I color with spraysof talking In Recreation the Harrison Batchelders, and Alex Morton had suffered another from her husband are by
Marian .llng team came home as greer. tern and white dog- sons In the the annual White found Mrs. Batchelder able to heart attack.If phone. As of Saturday, aside
Symonds, Lena Elder, and wood, for the March monthly rose area still quite weak this reporter seems to from report of X-rays that
winners but
again after taking cult to get the Workshops of be ,
Betty Sawyer. luncheon meeting on March considerablerest. have made some blunders in were favorabletreatmentaand
Standing deft to right) four points from Jax Beach meet at Church Wo- and requiring further tests unknown.Central .
: Bowl of Jacksonville Beach 15.The While visiting them, reporting, please excuse. are
Melrose from 2-
Mae and Merrill Sargeant, meeting hall of the E-
Raymond Faff, Betty Osmond, March 4 during the bowling piscopal church was crowded pooled. gowns, robes -
Ted Korshaw. John Adamcik, competition of the Northeast with members and friends, are made for
Clifford Elder; Arthur Florida Travel League in St. all Interested in the programs SIX Bring your I
Osmond, and Forest Adams. Augustine. of National AARP both from PLANNING the patchwork lap
New officers of the Association Gladys Tlllls of Keystone social angle and legislation.We The wheel chair pa-
elected at the last Heights thought sure she would regret that President R. Council of your scissors and Heat
meeting, are: Betty Osmond, have the high game for the F. Simmons was unable to pre- a goal "to squares. Ma-
president; Mike Falkel, vice Jones team with 202 but Pro side, due to his healing pro- ism for are need-
president; Mable Falkel, Bowler Neoma Nelson took blem, and Vice-President munity
secretary; and Lena Elder, high game for the team bowl- Murray Sipprell Is still under vices to be : March 29, Home- Here is what you get:
Secretary.The Ing 203. She also had high series treatment injuries suf- to special of Melrose will materials
I 80,000 BTU Carrier Furnace AH labor and
club now has a total for 748 and high averagefor fered some time ago. Lt. Col.E. ing, and regular monthly a A- Thermostat control 24,000 BTU cooling
the League with 176. Simmons ( ) ment of by a work- r .
of 94 members. The DeWitt R. ret. pre- I Seven air supply ducts. Fbe year compressor
About ten homes have been C. Jones team Is sided at the business meet- grams One! return air duct warranty
built In the Village, but all now In third place In the North- Ing. Treasurer's report was able, Game-Fun Day
east Florida Travel League. Mrs. Christine Family of the home
lots--around 135--have been given by Craw-
sold. Other homes will The Jones Team will travelto ford, and 1973 dues are still ty, of bingo, with Ed -
be built as postmasters from Jacksonville, bowling aga- receivable. Sec'y Ed Long- scheduled and his wife
other states continue to retire inst/ Palm Lanes of Gainesville necker gave the report with stone and hostess for the
and move to their Flo- on April 8. Being additional and corrections. April 26. hour that
rida retirement village. the last game of the season Perry May, Tour Director, Rev. will be on March IL \i'; I \ t
there will be a banquet and announced two pending tours, St. Anne : the Lions Club ,
awarding of trophys to the winners but both lack of time and Is You are most
.. Interest on the part of mem- in order really Is fun-pro
KH Runners bers, the proposed tour to Ma- the plaru wrapped gift i
Breeze By rineland and St. Augustine for age Refreshments
March 23 was canceled. How- for this the Club. '% $13 50 i
Baldwin Hi ever, a tour of Cypress Gar- cil with I
dens will be arranged for sident, AARP "/ Plus
any necessary
Keystone High's track team cular Junior also placed second April 6. The cost is $7.50 :-9-': :;' electrical work.
evened Its dual meet record at In the high jump (5-6) per person which Includesthe group of ma- ; .
1-1 Friday by galloping over and tied with teammate Hans bus trip by Gainesville FOR 1973Through who have been -.r-:,..;? -Z. Completely
Baldwin High, 91-38, at the Huenlck In the shot put ((38- Transit Co., and admissionto their home state ;'i 'Installed
victor's clay oval. 11). the Gardens. Any special committee \ AARP have been %
The Idians placed first In 10 Coach Roy Bayless praised attraction there will be a Chapter of hour on the ;
of 16 events-four more than his team's Improving perfor- charge. brochure of each month
they captured the previous mance. Bayless singled out Due to shortness of time, State cottage annex
week in a 66 1/2 56 1/2 Brannon as being one of the and necessity on the part of was Church.
loss to Green Cove Springs. most competitive athletes he Mr. May to arrange for gus, at the two representa- f
Indians strongman ToddBr- has coached. Also drawing and tickets to the Gardens, man is Council on Ag-
annon led his team by placing laurals from Bayless were he must have payments madeto of ; speakers for / Ull"11U
first In the pole vault ((8-6) sprinters Bill Ratllff and him, not later than the Mrs. social hour. The ilillllll
'and discus G22-9)). The mus- David Hughes. 26th or 27th of March. Please Panama ; will be April 5 11111111111 II
phone Mr. May 473-1581Mel- I
for the refresh
rose) before sending $7.50so of Winter
IIIPP (j fppl) TRACTOR CO.Telephone. as to assure, the bus Capacity ( II I IIIIIIIIi
has not been filled. This
3723464 There must be '39 reserva- dopted has overtaken so
tions, and at this writing a- concern Keystone folks,
bout 20 have signed up. tive the seniors.
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Dale Green tossed a three nossy.
High Senior Ma- old record of 21-3 feet set Shot Put-I i 1) fliers, SA, 45' '. hitter at Newberry and, back- Scoring in the ball game
lachi Henry broke his own in 1971 when. Henry was a 8; 2) Davis, BHS 41' 8 1/2; ed by good hitting, enabled only happened in the first
school record Friday in a trJ- sophomore. 25 White, BHS 39'6. Lake Butler to whitewash the and last innings of the game. .
meet at home which BHS won Bradford took the meet with High Jump-1) Cauley, BUS .. .. Panthers 5-0 Tuesday In Lake In the first Inning UC scored i I.
by almost 100 points. 132 1/2 points followed by St. 5' 6; 2)) Hodge, BUS 5'6; l'i5.> Butler. two runs on three hits by
Henry took first place in Augustine with 39 1/2 and 3)Diamond Bolles, 54. .. ,. "',. Lake Butler dropped Its first Green, Fred Sirmones, anda

the long jump with a distanceof Bolles with 19 points. 120 HH- 1)) Cauley, BHSI8.0- ,. ::. li'" game of the season at P.K. double by Rosier, plus a
21-9 1/2 feet, beating his Bradford High School as a 2)) Danslger, Bolles, 18.8; 35 ,, ". :. \ ," Yonge 7-5 last Friday. Agame r Itt

tions whole in took 13 of first 17 eventsthe place posi- Bell BHS 19.6. ,s...... if.1"Jfd..; W. '" between Baldwin and Union walk. Three runs on four hits :6(Ita Itb
110 yard dash-1- Lennon, ..r ,piYr' County; was cancelled due to finished the ball game In the .
discus, pole vault, long Jump, BITS 10.6; 2) Clark-Barber, -'.... : : the death of a players father. last inning giving Lake Butler a
120 ,
Lifters high Jump, high hurdles, I' v
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100 yard dash, mile run, BHS 10.7; 30 Elmore, SA, ri.a the edge 5-0. I
10.9. Bill Rosier led the Tigers In Leading hitters for UC were
330 intermediate
hurdles 220 )
Mile run- 1)) Hodges, BITS 2-for-5 Includ-
the hitting department with Dale Green,
yard dash two mile 880
Second run, 5:03.9: ; 2) K. Hunslnger, BHS three hits, all singles for 3 ing a double; Bill Rosier, Ifito
yard relay, sprint medley relay '
and mile relay. 520.2: ; 3)) Mahomy, Bolles, RBI's against PKY. Johnny 3-4 with a double, and two
"We I 5228.: Woodley also made a show In hits each added by John Ross
To GHS expected won we would.meet St. as Augustine 440 yard dash-) Diamond, hitting, going two-for-two to and Tim Whitehead :to".,
Bolles 54.5 2) Hodge BUS
and Bolles didn'thave ; drive In one run. ll
Just 55.0; 3) Louis, SA, 55.5. V IV" Scoring Inning by inning is
that many kids running, "Rosler's bat just came a- q
Bradford High weightmen 330 Int. hurdles1) Sher- listed: (1>- .PKY scored four .
Track Coach
Grover Ho of 0
says live In the last couple
placed second in a tri-meet ward. man, BHS, 33.6; 2) Cauley, runs on two doubles, and one here. I like to see H[ ,
BUS, 44.2 3)) Bell, BUS 47.5. Interferencecall games '
with Gainesville High School "I ; single, plus an "
was pleased with about the 9
and Lakeland High School in eral sev- 880 yard run- I) Sparrow, on Union catcher; (2)-) that, says Yanossy
performances. Those of short stop. 19
third basemen or
SA, 2:08,3: 2) Parsons, BHS, PKY added another
Gainesville on March 8. Malachi ; run on
Henry in the Chief-
long meet with
2:10.5: 3)) Gordon, BHS, 215. hits make The Tigers
; two and one walk to
Curtis White (It
Jump, in the discus land Friday at 4 p.m. in Lake
6. 5-0 (3> PKY added two
BHS had 36 points for first and Steve Strickland In 220 Dash-J) Henry, (BUS) score ; Butler, Crescent City SaturaI
second catcher's
more runs on a -
place, BHS 17 for second, and the pole vault. Strickland has Louis (SA), 24.8; 2)) Hall Interference call and a day at 7:30: p.m. In LB, and
Lakeland 14 for third. become consistant in jumpIng PKY at 7:30: in LB.
r- Tuesday
CBIIS-) Wright (SA), 24.9; 3) walk. This ended PKY'3 scoring
12 feet :t
Howard.over comments Reddish, BUS 24.9. {'ryYY tl PrtJr i k -x / ";. before LB's started at ::1 "
"We Two Mile run1) HodgesC. -
knew Gainesville
Discus- 1) White, BHS 138- 70.UC M
tough, they are In contentionfor 10 2) Puckett Hunslnger, BHS 12:20.2; got two runs on four 1,
1/2.1; BlS,128-
state championship In 2; 3)) Thomas, BHS 1135. 2)) Solzes, BHS 12:26: ; 3)) Gor- hits and a double. Hits were
class 4A, coming back to defend Pole Vault1)) StricklandBHS don, Bolles 12:29. by Billy Smith, John Wood-

the title," says BHS 12 feet 2) Meek Bolles 880 relay1) BUS, 2:12.6; ley, Bill Rosier, and Sonny ,
Coach Butch Redding. 9' 6; 3) Cauley; BHS, 9'0., 2)) SA 3)Bolles. King, 7-2; ((5>- UC got one
Sprint Medley relay-1)BHS hits Kerwin
run on two by
Long Jump1) Henry BitS
21' 9 1/2 feet; 2)) Crews, BitS 2)) SA Paul Parsons talc.* the bottom from Larry Sherman In the mile relay event In a Clyatt and Bill Rosier; ((6)) .
Most Bradford totals were 20-5: 3) Hall. BUS 19'-111/4. Mile Relay1) BUS, 2) SA tri-meet with Green Coy and Palatka South two weeks ago. -no runs either team; (7)- oUt thinIc-,
down due to the arrangementof UC scored two runs, froma itwillicqureHAIFA, ,
practices, accord:..lg to hit by Bill Rosier and two
Coach Redding, because prac- walks. CENTURY
ticing for state continued to Dale Green pitched the whole or more
the day before the meet which AllConferenceSpot Starke Golfers Down Palatka game against Newberry, allowing for Nature l

made the litters stiff. three hits, four walks to restore
and striking out 13 to boost this

Awarded Bradford Golfers, In what teams in conference, and after Cove once this season. Green the all-round athlete's pitch- lactGenedwaste .
Scoring was as follows: Coach David Hurse felt was the conference match have Cove was runner-up In state Ing record to 2-1. wau

123 pound class;Kevin Meng, the poorest round of the year district and state matches, last year. "Both have real "Dale Green has a good forest fireil! Save
second. and has fast Help prevent
for BHS lost in Fernandina according to Hurse. fine clubs Coach curve a good
says odr forest reeoaree.1 I IDON'T
132 pound class Mike Crews ball Coach Frank Ya-
!; 2 says
Beach 176-174 Friday, March l Bolles has beaten Green Hurse.
second, David Harper third. CagersTwo 9.
148 pound class, Stuart 'BEd --
Watts led the Tornadoes'
second Gerald
; with the low score of 41 strokes
Meng fourth Bradford High School White both made honorable
165 pound class; Marshall cagers have been voted by mention, by the vote of the followed by Luke Powell and
Stan Reddish both with 44's.
Cloversettle-third. coaches In the Florida Star coaches. ,
181 pound class; Brad Car- Conference as two of the 12 Williams, a6'!" junior,was Terry Gaines made the last SOW.BRADFOIU
of the top four with 45 strokes.
member All-Conference
ter-second. the leading scorer for BITS .
198 pound class; Chuck Nor- Team. during the regular season Other players not making
ton-second. Able Williams and Donnie play. Although he missed two the counted top four scores Control the
Next Thursday Bradford Sewell were the two selected weeks of the season he had were Matt Herres and Buddy

meets with Ocala Vanguard from Bradford High School on an average of 14 points per Paterson with 46 strokes each, your fields with
Jeffrey McRae with 48 and
in Ocala. State Meet is April the 1972-73 team. game. Williams was also second ,
7 in Gainesville. Malachi Henry and Curtis for BHS In reboundingwith Danny McKinney with 49 herbicides and
strokes."It .
an average of 7.9 rebounds -

Special OlyrrSaturday ipics On Tap in 21 games, only to they had was in the four poorest weeks score since We have
be topped by White in rebounding
the of the needno
beginning season matter \
and followed WhiteIn
At BHS Track by said Coach Hurse.

scoring. Bradford High golfers even- sturdy the weed.
White was second in scor-
Olympic competition thrills mplcs will be held Saturday, ing with an average of seven ed their season record at Whether it's

will soon bring the joy of March 24, at 10 a.m. at the points per game from a total 5-5, Tuesday beating the
athletic achievement to men- Bradford High School Track. of 177 points during the Braves of Palatka South 161- thorough because \
tally retarded children in Activities will include track regular season. In rebounding 175 for the second time this
Bradford County. and field events, and a Team he led the Tornadoes with year to end the regular sea- available dust

The Bradford Special Oly- Tug of War.Children an average of 7.7 rebounds in son for BITS
The Florida Star Con- emulsifiers.
are allowed to 23 games.
Is Fri- farm.'T
compete at their own level Sewell had a total of 145 ference Tournament If haven't
of ability in a wide variety; rebounds for the regular sea- day in Palatha South where you
KeystoneGolfers of events ranging from the son for an average of 6.9 BUS golfers will try to landa Gold Kist
berth In district play, then
high jump the Softball throw. per game.
According to Bradford Special Members of the team from maybe state. do it this year.
Olympics CoordinatorRick other schools of the confer- "I feel fortunate that we

Ezzell, the program is ence are listed: BollesRick were able to play in Pal at- If you like
ka today, to practice. I feel ,
Win designed to encourage mentally Clarkson and Roger Debnam;
3 retarded and other deve- Fernandina Beach-Frank Mc- that with top play we can Farmers Mutual .
place In the top five," says y,
lopmentally disabled childrento Intosh; Clay High-Keith Gain- :
have them
build their bodies through ey and Jimmy Ricks; Live Coach David Ilurse. to
physical activity and find the OakNelson Perry and Les- Danny McKinney, senior golf And the
letterman, led BHS with 38
joy of winning through personal lie McDaniel; Palatka South-
effort. Sylvester Miller; and Orange strokes, two-over-par. Three So make
High golfers Special Olympics is spon- ParkRonnie Webb and Eugene golfers shot 41's to make to sure '.
"drove" past Jacksonville Episcopal sored internationally by the Jenkins. top four scores. The three what sow. t
181-188; Lake Weir Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foun- Glen Korobov of Bolles was were Terry Gaines, Stan Red- you
171-202; and Baker County 167- dation. voted as Coach of the year dish, and Matt Herres. "Go Gold lZist.Good
168 In dual matches last Athletes participating in the for the confemece. Ed Watts shot a 42, Luke 'V
Thursday, Friday and Monday Bradford Olympics will have Powell a 44, David Gaines, 45, [W- things

to raise its season record to the opportunity to compete "As far as the conference and Jeffrey McRae a 45. I
and from the
63. later In a regional Olympicsat team goes, this is the first BHS needs points because
The victory over Episcopalwas Ocala which will be followed year in a while that the play- golf now counts to help BITS
led by senior Jack John- in June by the Florida ers from different schools toward the all sports trophyfor v 7
son with a 42 nine-hold score. Special Olympics In Gaines- were distributed this evenly.No the first year. Golf teams
Sophomore Bret Cole spear- ville. school had over two play- get 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 points in
headed the other victories by Rick Ezzell estimates 27 ers on the team," comments respective places and major:
shooting a 38 and 36. children will be on hand Sat- Head Basketball Coach Mike sports count 10, 8, 6, 4, 2. .. :
Cole, a spirited sophomore, urday for the local games. Sexton. BHS won Florida Star Con-

has drawn high praise from The athletes have been in "Williams, Sewell, Henry, ference football, for 10 points
Stefan Brokas, Indian head supervised training since and Whiteall four did an tied for fourth in basketballfor :

coach. mid-February to get Into shape outstanding Job this season. three points, and could % .
"Bret is one of the most for their chosen events. Abie and Don both are very add to it with golf.
consistent players on the Schools being representedare deserving to the team," says BITS has to face Bolles and
team," Brokas said Monday : Hampton, Southslde, Sexton. Green Cove, two toughest ;

evening attar the narrow. rwiA_ L awtey, S carne E' lementary

stroke win VerB e County. School, and the Bradford Mid ., .
Cole is averaging 38.5 shots dle School. "
per nine holes for eight mat-
ches. Teammate Bobby Hayes .. ,

follows closely with a 38.9 kNKGkIGS,

average.Brokas' golfers are looking Weeks

forward to the district 4 meetto

be held at Apopka April] 6. t SpecialFREE
The Indiana will be competIng i/
against 36 other high t -msss y ) .
schools mostly larger than s LUBRICATIONWITH f / 1qh

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for a berth to the state cham- OIL AND OIL I
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Red Runners Win TriMeetFirst :

People getting a social disability, and survivors protection get a Job covered by social
security number for the first for himself and his security, you should make

places In all but one Track Coach Grover Howard. between a meet Friday and 2 1/2; (G) Puckett, BHS, 131- 4:45: : ((2) Storey PC, 4:59: ; time should apply at least family by work and earnings sure your' employer copies
event were taken by Brad- "I was pleased anyway because the meet Tuesday. 9; (3) Thomas BITS, 112-1., (3) Tartin, SA, 5:00. several weeks before they'll credited to his 9-dlglt social your name and number cor-
ford, trackmen Tuesday In a the meet was a good Only first place position BUSdidn't High Jump-) Cauley,BHS. 880 relay- Q) BUS, Henry need It, according to EdwardG. security number.security num- rectly from your social security -.
social ; card to his
"Your records.
would be four-way meet in indication thatour track trainIng occupy was in the shot 5-6: (2) Henry BHS,'5-6; (3) Crews Barber Clark 1:35.6: ; Copestake. Social Security -
Starke that turned out to bea BUS District Manager In Gaines- ber Is yours alone, and remains More than nine out of 10
is coming along well put, In which Hires of SA Hodge 5-4. ((2) SA, 1:46. "
trI-meet with St. Augustineand commented Howard. took first place with a distance Pole Vaule0)) Strickland, Open QuarterQ) Hodge ville. the same "When for life Jobs are covered by social
Palatka Central when Even those runners not real of 43-6 3/4 feet. But 3HS, 10-6. (2) Cauley BUS BHS, 54.5; (2) Louis SA,55.4 Copestake said. you security
North' Marlon dlssappointed ly pushed in some events ran BHS took second and third 9-8; (3)Smith PC, 9-6. (3) Wright SA, 57.1. "Applications from people
who don't recall hada
BHS by not showing up. good times.This indicates that places with Curtis White in 120 HH- Q) Cauley BUS 330 Intermediate Hurdler- having J
BHS took the meet with 128 whenever good times are second with 42-5 1/2 feet and 16.71; (2) Sherman, BUS 17.- Q) Sherman, BHS, 42.9; (2) social security number

points followed by SA with neede for a meet, give the Leroy Davis In third with a 6.; (3)Bell BUS, 19.7. Cauley,' BHS, .43.2 (itf Bell,, before against generally social are security screened DeWitt t. Jones Funeral Home
31 1/2 and Palatka Central."It runners a break for a cou- distance of 416 3/4 feet. 100 dash0)) Lennon BUS BHS 4(.5. In Baltimoreto
central flies
was disappointing to us ple of days before the meet, Long JumpQ( ) Henry, BitS 10.2; ((2) Tie- Henderson, PC-
( make second
c when North Marlon was not according to Howard. Coach 19-9 1/2; (2) Crews, BUS, Kirkland PCClark, BUS 880 runQ Parsons, BUS, sure a num- STARKE
at the meet. They were the Howard came to this conclusion (3)) SA 19-41/2. 10.4 ((3) Wells SA, 10.7. ber Isn't Issued to the same
19-8; Elmore ; 2:08.9: ; ((2)) Diver PC, 2:11: : ," Copestake said. Phone 96 -6200
, rtn team.. running we were against concentrating,** because of light! practices Discus-) White. BUS 138- Mile run0) Hodges, BUS, (3) Gordon, BHS, 2:2.7: ; (4) person
says Mike McRae BHS,2:14.8per- "Screening takes time so Rental

sonal best. apply for your social security; Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs & Crutches.
Sprint i Medley Relay-Q) number early and you'll haveIt
BHS Nine BHS, Henry Clark Barber when you need Itwhenyou KEYSTONE HEIGHTS'Phone
Lennon, 2:04.8: (2) re. 2:21.-: get a Job covered by
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I del t 2 son (PCCrews (BHS) 23.6 )111
(2)Wright; SA, 24.7 (3))Wells 'tea
WinBradford (SA-Daniels (PC), 24.8. 1m
Two mile runQ) Hodges '(tfJf.t
baseballers ended BITS, 10:52: ; (2) Storey, PC, I
11:03.4 (3)C.Hunslnger BUS,
the weeks play 1-2 to make r ., mark ;
1-5 to t 11:12.Mile 10
their season record Green Cove Relay-)BHS, Hodge x>,
date after beating
Thomas, Puckett, Crews
6-5 Saturday then losing to 3:48.3.: ((2)SA, 3:49.3 ((3)) PC, :
Bolles 9-2. Friday and Or- 4:01.5.: I '.
ange Park 11-5 Tuesday at .
home.In I.L

Bolles Bradford grabbedan Saturday Bradford runners .
early one point lead and travel to Rains High SchoolIn ..
was ahead 1-0 at the end of Jacksonville for the Bob T
the first. Then In the sec- Hayes Invitational which L : S .LI'i- ,
ond, third fourth and fifth should be an outstanding meet '
1.1nn1ngs Bolles scored two because a lot of Class 4A
points In each plus anotherone _: schools will compete and BHS
In the sixth to give the will have a chance to, see {
Bulldogs 9 points. BHS scor- where they stand according to
; ed Its other points In the sev- Coach Howard. Palatka South dqw
enth and the game ended 9-2. Tornado Charlie Grn hat clot call at first bas will be there added Howard. IU'aD
"We walked six people and
they got six unearned runs" IS ,
says BHS Baseball Coach Lake Butler Runners
Steve Bushore. Double EE Mobile Homes Inc.

BHS beat GC in a close game 4500 N.W. 6th Street Gainesville! Fla. cia" ;
that was extended Into nine Face First
innings to determine a win- Competion Sales & Service

ner.The game was tied 4-4 go- Lake Butler Thlnclads will well according to Dukes in 1 YEAR CONDITIONAL WARRANTYAll

i. Ing into the ninth Inning both face their first competetion the mile and two mile run. Sizes Including'Doublewides' ojb
teams stayed close to each next Tuesday March 12, In Throwing the shot put and
G other throughout the game.In Jacksonville In a meet with discus for Lake Butler will Prices CompetitiveCLIFF $}
the ninth inning BHS scored Jacksonville Episcopal and be J.W. LaceFred Sirmonesand ,:)
two runs off of four hits. Cresent City; starting at 4 Stanely Young. Lace has RANKIN Manager
Eddie Hazen hit a triple to thrown: the shot 43 feet so far
knock In a run and put him P.m."Sprinters are doing a real this year. PHONE 372-5267
on third base. Then Gary Mel- fine Job for us, "says Track "A lot of young kids are ob
vin knocked Hazen in for the Coach Frank Dukes. Accord- coming along real fine Stan 10i
game that ended 6-4. ing to Dukes they are Benny Melllng David Brannon, Jeff 0):)
At the end of the GC game Boyklns, Chuck Stern, Ben- Richardson, and Joel Al- )11'.rU
leading batters and their ave- ny Alexander and Angelo verez," says Dukes. t
rages are Gary Melvin .400, Williams. Lake Butler runners can en- BUSH GULF STATION r rn
Charlie Green .363 and Ed- Alfred Watkins is doing a Joy the new track facilities at e .
die Hazen .333. roil: fine job in the high hur- Union County High School with .
A big let down in the sixth dles and intermediate hur- a new track and equipment,including I BAIT & TACKLE SHOPN.
Inning left the Bradford base- dles according to Dukes. hurdles and high jump (

bailers with another loss Watkins has already run the and pole vault pits. Temple Avenue Starke, Fla. future be. a lot ore {etc 1 whe ou save for i it, t tart, t'i', 4asystgrtAki
when the Tornadoes were tied high hurdles In 15.5 secon- Union runners will cristen I\ ) ,
with' ,OP In the fifth inning ds.,. .. ,the new txack.: March 23 with, THOUSANDS OF ? 'saving!: I !.n-\I:>da 'Jj'J1 r!I. sle an youhnk'IJ tlS"\\r.:1\ : ;, yea
5-5.' then lost the game 11- Distance[ men Chris Lawson;* the' first bom'meet against* -l. '" r'tASS LURESALL some money aside each payday'in a Savings Account with'i'us. At dur'high ''M ',.f 1

5.Scattered scoring during the Terry Thomas Mike Grif- Cr sent City and Interlachen rates, you'll be amazed how a little becomes a lot in almost no time. ..if.On
fls, and John Davis are doing starting at 7 p.m.
game before the sixth inning
I took by both teams that KINDS OF -= short the safe t I 1):
place 'J :-t long trips or carry money
tied 5-5 In the fifth inning. Industry Concerned American Express Travelers Cheques :' J
Listed are the things that BASS (Plastic) WORMS o.tot
._./1 while OP WAS at About Swamp Fever ThreatInsects 1 :::
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bata hit to short stop and Green Stamps Given On All Gas Purchases !

an error walk double walk Commissioner of Agricul- as well as carelessuse If lost or stolen,you can get them replaced usually the same day. Spendable everywhere.FLORIDA .
error by short stop of BUS, ture Doyle Connor has calleda of hypodermic needles '
wild pitch waltz walk dou- meeting of the Florida and other equipment, various LIVE WORMS AND CRICKETS mr
ttev double error-2nd baseman horse Industry to discussthe states are enacting programs
', walK base hit, striKe out, Impact of equine Infectious directed toward controllingsuch ." ;
walk then a double play by anemia (swamp fever) and spread. Reed Fishing Poles
BHS from a hit to the pit- proposed regulations for Its The proposed new regula- B N KAT S TAR K E
cher, then the ball thrownto control. tions call for a permanent From 12ft. To 2Oft.
the catcher for a force The meeting will be held ,quarantine or destruction of
out and then to first for the at Ramada Inn, 3810 N.W. horses found to be Infected Member Federal Deposit" Insurance Corp.
second out. This action end- Blichton Road Ocala, at 9:30 with swamp fever and the "We Sell Pithing Licentes"
ed the scoring for both teamsto a.m., Thursday March 29. disease would be declareda lw
end the game 11-5. Proposed regulations for dangerous transmissable 15
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:, "We let the pressure get control of the disease will disease. ?*S**3f flp*3f tjp flp fjp*3? **vf flp*s?4* fr'JL*'JL'"JCS'-7G'7t'a' ;'JL'X1'JL JL*vL 4?*JL*w*JL**JL**Jt*Jl?Jp w*!l?w*JL**i*v6* S?ifr 6)
to us, which caused to make be presented the followingday Under the proposal any tI t.a
more mistakes than we should to the Animal Industry persons having knowledgeof
have made" says Bushore. Technical Council for consi- Infected horses would be jKr k
"We've been trying to pitch deration.Dr. required to report the information AIR( ENGINEER'S INC. /; 11

everybody to try to find some- Clarence L. Campbell, giving the name and I .
one that can get the ball a- state veterinarian said that address of the owner or t..
cross the plate but when we've swamp fever Is the greatest person in charge and loca- ;t;)
had someone pitching like that health problem. In the horse tion of the animal. $
the defense lets him down" Industry since the epidemic Results of all tests for .. Authorized General Electric Dealer / i
comments Coach Bushore. caused In 1971 by Venezuelan swamp fever would be reported ;!/
Gary Melvin Is the only equine encephalomyelitis to the Florida Departmentof :: GINIAAL. iIECTAIC f
consistant outfielder that BUS (VEE). Agriculture and Consumer ..
has got, accordingtoBushere. "As there is no preventiveor Services. Horses with a
Charlie Green and Eddie Ha- cure for equine infectious positive reaction would be : RECIPE FOR INDOOR COMFORT : I
zen were elected as captains anemia, and recent tests permanently Identified witha
of the team before the game have shown that it exists lip tattoo or visible body ..
Friday against Bolles. widely throughout the country brand.
"Both have been hitting and a great deal of concern Take A Hot
playing well" says Bushore. has developed among horse Dugger PromotedIn : HouseBlend High Quality G.E. Air Conditioning :

Friday the Tornadoes playat owners," Dr. Campbell said Prison SystemPersonnel i
home against Live Oak at Since the disease is Infectious, Shift aJ-U
4 p.m. then travel to St. Augustine being spread from horse to : Equipment With Air Engineers Design & Installation. .. r
to play at 7:30 p.m. horse by means of bitingMustang Lawrence Dugger Superintendent -

a aa of the Union Correctional 9
I Institution at Raiford, ::1: Set Thermostat For Which Pleases
will be promoted soon to Chiefof Temperature You, Then Sit t :
the Bureau of Institutionswith .. oa
the State Division of Cor-

rections. Back And Enjoy| A Cool Environment. "
The promotion comes as the .3' IcaI
md\ result of a shift In personnelof
MOBILE HOMES the division, recommended .. t IIlf

1650 N. Temple Ave. 964-7212 ; by Director Louie L. WaIn- .
wright. Dugger will succeed
Starke Fla. Open716 Sun. Dave Bachman, present bureau 1} 1. O9
chief, who has been designated *: DO BUSINESS WITH THE COMPANY '00at
The Mobile Home Sales to fill the newly crea- :: .
ted position of Assistant Director -

Company That Does More 4 rections.In the of.personnel the Division shift of, Wainwright Cor-- i THAT APPRECIATES YOUR BUSINESS ( T T- :*: vaia

Than just Sale Homes ',. :I Raymond also Massey recommended superintendent :*: MORE! !t ol b
I 4,
of the Florida State Prison

They ProwldeI the,UCI.to succeed Dugger at 4- .. '*

lyr. Service WarrantySet Science Open To Fair Public ::1:: Call Today For A Free Home Or Business Survey I 1 4"d 5** 'oJ'

This Weekend 4> .. rrrt t
Blocks Steps & : .
Up Bradford Coun '1 annual 4* AIR ENGINEERS INC. : \J s ..> ,

Hurricane Tie Downs Science Fair of high school 4* ',' :;! ... olhi
exhibits will be held this week- 301 South > t '
end at the Civil Defense Build .', 'I ea ; ..L 'Diol
at the '
IncludesAll ing Bradford County
All Homes Sold Fair Grounds .. .Il Next: JLongchamp/ Hornet ;,' y o 1 .. ..'Jb x.1
"Open House public Invited -
Decoration. Bedspread.
will be Saturday,March "
Pillow. A Etc. 24 from 7-9 p.m., accordingto : Phone 964-8041 Home Phone 473.3679 t
Jerry McGrlff, chairmanof tXI

Free Delivery ISO Mllea Bradford the Science High School.Department of...e1......*....sb.........+*.*...4ib...*.....s...t c M

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Danr Editor: bone to state their convictions point. We have been very fortunate '- CD IN. ExtensionHomeEconomics From Your

> as an Individual, while others to have lived In ac
Lately there have been many felt more secure with their try In which the laws of oune

-MMpriftla going written wet or about staying thelaity names In my opinion amongst most many of others.these In land and of the state wer e tlously kept God's laws au- imm L R U N D R Y c '- .\

*..,. Seme have had the back- good citizens have missed the of no God.contradiction Anyone who to conscien the law:s- laws tomatically of the did State not It break was just the a II.\YTAGI Agent.

that simple. The civil laws KATHY
were kept to a very mini- f -I. .. ..
mum and the people could enjoy ., ,

ebiTORiA1SCL. 1 lities.freedom Today with It is responsibi no longer 1 r 1.1 1.- oJ BROWN.

that way. The mind benders 1
have done their work well.
ua. The people have become con- SELLING PROTECTION
vinced that the government

should pass more and more ,q 1 What's your reaction whena
laws to solve 41raR'ni a 4
our problems stranger comes to your
Here To while these same people say &- ti door selling something?
Stay that the laws of our Lord Some of us are Irritated, some
have gone out of style. welcome him many.would like

IMPROVEMENT the service If we could be
'1h. recent action of the Bradford All of this creates a demand For the past couple of cen- AWARDBobby sure the seller is honest and

County Zoning Board in rezoning for modern well-regulated parks turies we gradually have been his product reliable. I think

property for the establishment of In contrast to the substandard facilities led relativity.Into a life What of humanismand Biggs, right, accepts the Bradford Improvement Award for February that many of us buy becausewe

first class mobile home parks will provided by some of the yesterday may be wrong was right tomorrow from new BIP Committee Chairman Anne Godwin and Chamber Executive John don't" know how to say

help to meet a growing need In earlier "trailer parks" which have ; what was wrong yesterday Myers. "no.

this area. given the whole Industry a black-eye. Is right today. !How A Home Solicitation Law

Many of the more modern parks many years has It been since The new Biggs Coin Laundry opened three months ago at the corner of has been passed to give relief -
The mobile home phenomenon now provide paved curvilinear you have heard a minister Layfayette and Walnut Streets in south Starke. to the consumer who Is
to have end and approved sani- in the pulpit take a definite pressured into buying then
seems no steps streets greenbelts
stand against immorality, against regrets It soon after the sales-
't must be taken to supply desirable tary facilities and recreation areas. indecent dress, against man leaves. The regulation

Mtes to meet the ever growing need. slovenliness against drunk- known as the "3-day coolingoff

:Supplying! well regulated mobile home eness, and, until just recently period for door-to-door

) rites of the right kind In suitable This is the new look in mobile now that the horse Is already Everybody Likes Zoning sales" gives you the buyer,

.:..f.'. 'locations' will cut down on the troublesome home parks and they are beginningto out? of the barn, againstabortion' three days to cancel the pur-
r, Maybe you say I chase. This includes cash
requests for spot zoning to do away with the shabby image am against too much. Well, Until It sales, installment contracts,
permit mobile homes in areas already that some of the earlier poorly my friends, anyone who Is Affects Them"Everybody loan agreement or other cre-

restricted for conventional planned parks Inflicted on the entire against evil in any form must dit arrangements. The law

housing. industry. But those who continue to be for something good. While states that the cancellationmust
the churches have been busily is In favor of Members of the Zoning be In writing and post-
think of all mobile homes and all zoning until it interferes with did not understand why hecouldn't
their sacred tradi- marked before of
"'. dropping Board objected to the proposal operate another. midnight
The day when all mobile homes-- parks In this light must up-date his own property" thinks
tions and If
are taken up In all saying It would be spot the third day. you cancela
ft "trailers," as they used to be their thinking. They should realize sorts of ecumenical movements County Zoning Board Chair- zoning, and the board was Board members explainedthat purchase the salesmanmay

called were looked upon as substandard that the mobile home is more and the true teachings of man John Torode. trying to stay away from that the antique business was keep 5% of any cash

housing is rapidly drawing more a part of the present day the gospel and laws of the That philosophical remark practice, since It would open there before the property was down payment but may not

'to a close. Not only are the units scene. It is providing a convenientand Lord were neatly and delib- came during the Feb. 27 reg- the door for a flood of similar zoned residential and was keep more than $50.
k. themselves and moderately priced living environment erately thrown into the trash ular monthly meeting when requests. The property is now therefore "grandfatheredln,"
getting larger more Under
can. The tragedy is not that zoned residential not permitting but that the regulations would this law, the seller
luxurious but the lines on mobile for hundreds of thousandsof there is no law against the Gerald Crawford asked for a mobile homes. not permit additional bus- must present to you In writ-
home sales charts continue to run families-- the young the retired selling of liquor or no law change in classification of a inesses without rezoning.The Ing "the buyer's right to cancel -

in only one direction up and up. and the "1n-betweensUwhoareother- against abortion, the tragedyis In 17-acre order parcel to place on SR-16 one mobile East, Crawford offered to sell the ." It reads: "This Is a I
board home
wise out of the home marketby that there are so many property to any member of expressed Inter- solicitation sale and If I
Last the almost priced
year Industry produced home on It for the use of his
"i'i millions of people who no the Zoning Board. est in rezoning larger tract you do not want the goods ,
600,000 units and it is pre- ever-rising costs. They are the longer see anything wrong in son. along SR-100 business, rather or services you may cancel I

dicted that this will be increasedat means of keeping many young cou- drunkeness or abortion, and Crawford Walter Brunofsky of the than resort to spot zonIng this agreement by mailing a !
least another'50.000 units in 1973. ples in our community who would these same people call them- south of said SR-16 the land, lying Keystone Heights area asked for tone business. They notice to the seller." Ask .
otherwise have to move elsewhereto selves Christians.The from the across permission to Install a used told Brunofsky they would inspect to see his copy of this. Takeit
Billy Silcox home car lot on property on SR- the area and make a in your hand and read It.
More and more mobile homesare find a roof over their heads if was low and unfit for any- 100
very day after Mr.Nixon adjoLilng the business he decision: later.
assuming proportions of a modMi It were not for mobile homes. ordered all military hos- thing but pasture. He said formerly operated as an antique Remember, good products
cottage. The standard unit in many pitals to perform abortionson there was only one high spotof shop, but recently sold. The application of Gilbert speak for themselves. Mer-

'areas now is the l4widethat is, The recent moves toward pro- demand no matter what the ground-- where he would lie said that since one bus- Crosley for a change In zon- chandise sold door-to-door is
14 feet wide and 70 feet long. In viding suitable locations for mobile local state laws were, overa like to place a mobile home. iness was located there, he ing to permit a mobile home often overpriced and may be
subdivision on SR-225 east of quality.Compare
poor prices
thousand abortions were
at least one state a 16-foot-wide homes will be a big plus factorin
performed In these hospitalsand of Lawtey was approved, but of similar merchandisesold
unit Is now being built and the helping solve Bradford County's they continue to this day. H nt ts \ : f'n o'.hook two other olocations, submit- In stores. I urge you to

length is being stretched to 80 feet. critical housing shortage.I' We have a motto, "In God ted by Crosley for similar take a few days to think it

we trust," but we trust In IhJ rezoning were rejected,pend- over, especially before pur-
about everything else. We h ing further land use study. chasing something as expen-
trust In Mr. Nixon, we trustIn :' = \ BOBBY These two sites were on US- sive as encyclopedias or vacuum -
the United Nations we trustin 301 near the Marklee Starl- cleaners. An honest
Protecting That Green StuffA our liberal preachers to ing road,aand on 301 South near salesman will be happy to

preach the word of God, we p :: v-ri. TAYLOR r the Intersection with Highway return. You should not sign
even trust in the Communists .. 18. anything unless you read it
to keep their word. Len- A I ,... __ ,and fully understand It.
recent article In Harper's County ordinance but the Gaines- The board's new
magazine suggests that the next "he- ville City Commission has voted to in the stated morals that of one by generation corrupting Dudley Hardy, was instructedto There are many good,hard-

roes of the Republic" might be those push for a tree ordinance of its the United States could be take necessary action a- working door-to-door sales-
galnst Colon:: Thomas who men. Legitimate direct selling
who plant trees instead of whacking own. taken as easy as picking an
The threat of frost and has placed a mobile home on can and does provide a real
them down with bulldozer and saw. overripe fruit. We are ready heavy provide fruit at an early date
This be The Jacksonville for the picking. rains had a lot of our straw- Strawberries are loaded and property south of Lawtey on service to some homemakerswho
could also said of those who City Council is
berry and vegetable growers 301 which is not In compliance for various reasons can-
plant other green things including also considering an ordinance that Paul I. Meng concerned over the weekend. prospects quality berry are If we good don't for have a with the present zoning. not shop In stores.Unfortunately .

shrubbery and grass. would create a city arbor division Hampton Maybe we missed both and our extreme cold or heavy rains. Thomas was previously granted -
headed by a professional forester plants can continue to grow and a temporary permit for all door-to-

Surveys show that the percentage who would recommend to the coun- Some folks have been won- locating the mobile home nextto door salesmen are not honest.
his business but that per- They are out to make a fast
of carbon dioxide in our atmos- cil a tree preservation policy and dering why there was an announcement mit has expired, the board buck for either themselves

".j ftere is steadily Increasing becauseof machinery for its enforcement to .. that there will not said. or their company. The consumers -
be auction
the burning of fossil fuels to gen- prevent the wanton destruction of the a Farmers strawberry Market this year.at who need this ser-

erate electric power run our auto- great numbers of trees by wholesale There are several reasons vice and can least afford to

mobiles and factories and air con- removal in new developments when that contribute to this. One March ObservedAs lose the money are the most

dition our homes. At the same time many could be saved by a little more of the most important Is thatIt frequent victims of vicious
Art Month door to door selling
more and more of the good earthis care in planning.One took 21/2 years to get the schemes. Many direct selling
rebuilt after fire
market des-
being covered by highways park- In County SchoolsIn
troyed the old platform and techniques involve highpressure -
ing lots, and buildings of all kinds. of the most advanced plans coolers. During this time tactics shabby gimmicksor

a' This is most unfortunate ecology- along this line is the tough but work- growers and buyers had to methods which are deceit-

:! wise since only green growth can able law adopted several years ago Improvise using the market Art Month observance during of March Youth, ful.

,metabolize excess carbon dioxide into by the city of Atlanta. It requires platform in Lawtey and rented artwork done by studentsat The growth of door-to-door

growing plants through the process developers of building tracts in excess refrigeration trucks to take Southside Elementary selling has been phenomenal.

of photosynthesis. of 50,000 square feet to submit the ries field before heat shipment.out of the Someof ber- Brooker Elementary, and Judging by the usual methods
used [in
and obtain Hampton Elementary Schoolshas home selling, It'sa
approval of selective
a the growers got together
Recognizing the importance of tree removal plan before obtaininga last year and bought a-refrigerated Florida been Bank place on at exhibit Starke and the fast fast growing business-- the as salesman well as

preserving trees and other building permit to insure that ; trailer and have plansto talks fast
greenery no W '" In the windows of the Cham- you sign fast and
the Florida Nurserymen & Growers tree would be w. ltt_ .1\\ use It this year instead disappears
destroyed unnecess- >,. ber of Commerce office on your money fast.
of the coolers at the market.
Association has been working for the arily. "" !,"\., Call Street.
,. .-4;' ", "Itfi. > Bob Allen :Market Manager,
""" ., past three years to help municipalities ..0:1": ;; .".!' '''; says that the coolers are avai- Door-to-door sales fraudsare
._,. -./ ;'U' "Youth Art Month is being the hardest of all fraudsto
develop and adopt landscape Trees not only play a vital role : J.r.rm;: lable If anyone needs them. observed to emphasize the

ordinances. Basically these require in the environment as consumers of value and Importance of get- curb.
that permission be obtained before carbon dioxide and producers of oxygen Another reason for not hav- ting children Into good art
Local FFA member showing of the ing an auction Is the low straw- This is because the trans-
one Chapt.r.st..rs. "
a landowner can either cut down but they are also essential in berry acreage this year. programs, says Mrs. Phyl- action Is usually committed
remove or destroy trees of certain flood control, soil conservation and Labor problems and cost of lis II. Talley, art teacherin verbally and In the privacyof

r, species and sizes. Developersare as insulators against traffic noise production have caused a num- the local school."Teaching your home. Obviously no

required to include a specified and other disturbances. They also Cattleman's Steer Show ber of good producers to turnto a child to ima- amount of legislation or policing
amount of other crops and jobs that Is can protect you from
landscaped area in all serve as nature's air conditioners gine freely an importantpart

blue-prints before a permit will be providing welcome shade in summer's And Sale Set April 5 themselves requires less to mechanization.labor or lend Mrs.of any Talley type of said.education"Art," the can gyp protect artist yourself.as well as I can you

issued to build. Then the installationof heat. There
aren'tmanypeopleany- can be the means of helping ,offer the following suggestions -
these beautified greenbelt garden more who will be dependableto a child to use his Imagination : simply be able to

areas must be inspected, and approved While many foresighted towns and The Bradford-Union Cattle- Gain ContestHoward O'- pick strawberries even and learn to express his recognize them when they
along with the building before cities ordinances though wages for picking are own Ideas. A good art show up. Ask for and demandto
are adopting to pro man's Association is sponsor- Steen, High Springs MillingCo. good. pro-
a certificate of occupancy will tect their trees Starke seems to ing a Steer Show' and Sale at .; Records ContestlIar- gram can help a child real- seller see and the of the
and address
II be issued for Its use. follow a perverse policy of cutting the, Bradford County Falr- old Herring Stockman Supply Just a few years ago the tant ize that and his that Ideas differences are impor-In of the company name he re--
g ound on Thursday Gainesville Showman-
them down or butchering them up April ; cost of producing an acre of people are what make presents. Write this down for
5. Eighteen steers have been Smith Voc. Ag. a
shipHarvey ,
Gainesville is one of the cities with little or no throught of the entered by FFAa and 4-11 Teachers from Bradford and strawberries was only $400to person unique." your record. Before you leta

with foresight enough to move in this consequencies. This is a policy or members from Bradford and Union Counties; Home Grown $500 per acre. The cost salesman into your homebe
today is between $1,000 to certain you see the license -
direction. All trees with diametersof non-policy for which we and our Union Counties. Contest- Wllford Croft, Lake $1,200 per acre. Six years panslon of agriculture in or permit Issued by the

eight inches or more are already children will pay dearly In future The Steer Show Butler and J. R. Walnwright, ago the cost to harvest 1,000 Bradford County. local authorities.
under the protection of an Alachua will beginat Starke; Champion SteerPaul flats of berries from an acre
years. 4 p.m. in the Show Arenaat Emery; ]Heserve Champion Fair time Is just a little ,
was about $600. This week
the Fairgrounds. The Show SteerAllison Shadd. over one week away. The One of the most popular
Judge will be Dr. Bill Jack- growers were paying $1 l per 1973 edition looks like It will 'I opening statements used to
son, Assistant Animal Husbandman The Steer Sale will beginat flat, or $1,000 per acre for a be even bigger and better i get! Inside your door Is "I'm
with the Cooperative 8 p.m. and Ray Crawfordwill per acre prod- than ever. The livestock and i I not! selling anything. Instead
Extension Service Universityof Introduce Buddy Clark, uction. Since the prices received poultry areas should be filled the salesman will claim to be
QRt Florida. prominent Gainesville Auctioneer for berries are no to capacity with quality exhibits taking a survey. Introducinga
who will conduct the better today than they were
'4 by our youth. The new product to the
CQ The In the 1960s the growers' area
evening program will sale. Numerous donations
t< p : begin at 7 p.m. following the have been made by business doesn't justify the Investmentand Bradford-Union Cattlemen's seeking product endorsement, .
Is sponsoring 'or seeking to
a place
j AtnvE aciligf Show, with Ralph Bryan, establishments and indivi- problems related to growing a product ,
4-H and FFA In
Steer Show and : your home so the neighbors '
AtfMeErC1l pq Chairman of the Bradford duals of this area. The Individual Ing,strawberries.We harvesting and market- Sale that should add to our can see It.
County Commissioners, giv- names of persons and overall livestock show. The
n ing the welcoming address. businesses will appear on the Steer Show
Is set for 4pm.
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. Allison Shadd will deliver the program. These donations will do have the know-how Regulations will help you .,
MILLER Thursday April
land 5, with
and facilities ,
Invocation. Paul Emery, pre- be instrumental in making thisa to produce only if you know about them
the sale to start at 8
Published each Thursday and Publishers sident of the Bradford-Union highly successful show and strawberries or other vegetables p.m. and take advantage of them.
entered a* Second Class ;Matter at the Post Office second to none. We You are best
Fla. under Act of March 3. 1879. at Stacke, Cattleman's Association, will sale. your own pro-
Introduce the Master of Ceremonies will continue to look for waysto 1 1A tection. Remember the fringe

Subscription rate in trade area: 16 per year: 13.50 six months. George Huggins. The public Is Invited to come encourage production of racketeering element Indoor- .
Phone 9(54-6305 Outside trade area: 17 per year: $4.00 six months' out on April 5 and supportthe greens, vegetables, straw- to-door selling Is as much .
( Starke, Fla. The Awards Program will 4-H and FFA membersso berries or any other crop that resented by the honest salesmen ,Ii!
T start at 7:30: p.m. Awards the Association can make will provide an opportunity r\ : I as by the consumer who
to be presented are: Weight- this an annual event. for the development and ex- Is victimized.4t4z.I. .




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#: 14 TELEGRAPH Mar. 22, 1973

Albert Harlmaiin] Minnie CrenshawMrs. !

: Albert Hartmann, 79, of Minnie Cain Crenshaw, and Mrs.Thelma Dyal,Brooker -
Starke, died Saturday, March 79, of Graham, died Satur- ; two brothers, Frank Cole-
17, in Bradford County Hospital day, March 17, In a Gaines- man, Jacksonville, and Ned
after an extended illness ville Hospital after an exten- Coleman, Starke; one sister,
He was born in Ger- ded lllneos. She was born in Mrs. Nelie Fowler, Alma Ga.;
many on April 25, 1893, and Bradford County on Aug. 13, seven grandchildren, and 11 I
was a retired machlnest. He 1983, and was a member of greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
was a member of St,Edward's Graham Baptist Church. services were held
Revival Surviving
are two daughters, at 4 p.m. Monday in Jones
BAPTIST CHURCH CHRIST CHRUCH Surviving are his wife, Elsie Mrs.
Irene Ratllff
Graham Memorial Chapel
Now In ,
jnday School 10 a.m.Morn- Bible School, 10 a.m. Wor- Intersection of Highway 16 ProgressA Mrs. Winnie Shuford, 83, of Stern Hartmann;: and one
Worship at 11. Training ship Services, II am. and North( ) and 225. revival is LawteYhdied Saturday, March daughter, Mrs. Don Champion - -

i .on.. 6:30 p.m.. ; Evening 6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wednesday Sunday School, 9:45; Morn- at the Church now is progress County Hospital both of Starke; one son,
rsMp,' 7:30 Prayer Meet7:30 7 p.m. Ladies Bible ing Service at 11. Evening of Prophecy in of God after a short illness. Eddie Hartmann, Jacksonville
,-. p.m. Wednesday..Rev. Class, Thursday 11 a.m. Service, 7:30.: Wednesday Services Brooker. She was born in Newton, N.C. Beach; two brothers, Victor Pine Valley CongregationalHoliness
S.C. Cuthbert, In- Church located one block weston are being held and Alphonse
Service 7:30: p.m. nightly at 7:30 on Nov. 20, 1889 and had resided Hartmann and

--J.P.H. Bell, minister Steve Frazier of Champion Palatka. and years. all of Rockford, Ill.; and six

:D'PKER BAPTIST CHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTIST Pastor Dewey E. Surviving are her husband, grandchildren. Church
jiiday School 10 a.m. PINE HILL CONGREGATIONAL Sunday School 10 sun.Mornj all to "come Holloway Charles R. Shuford, Lawtey; Funeral services were held
; and
Jnln? Union 6:30 p.m.; METHODIST CHURCH ing Worship 11 a.m. Training with us." worship two daughters Mrs. Frances at 11 a.m. Monday in St. Ed- Located off 301 Down Gravel Road By
Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Union 7 p.m. Evening Wor- Thorpe of Charlotte Court- ward's Catholic Church with Bradford Furniture Fla.
rshlp 11 ('orp.-Starke
> a.m. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth ship. 8 p.m. Wednesday Night house, Va.; and Mrs. Wynn Father James Cregan conducting -
4 I 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meet- Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- service 7:30: p.m. Everyone PINE HILL REVIVALA Wright, Tampa; one son, CarlW. The Christian Wake was

_ ., Wednesday 7:30: p.m.Pastor ship, 7:30: p.m. Rev L.L. welcome. Shuford, Chrlstiansburg, held at 7 p.m. Sunday in Jones Saturday Night
-Rev. Jim Temple, Grlffls pastor. -Jim Countryman, pastor. revival is scheduled to Va.; two brothers Earl and Memorial Chapel. Intermentwas

begin at the Pine Hill Congregational Henry Yoder, and two sis- in Kingsley .Lake Cem-
XDISON STREET GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Methodist Churchon ters, A'rs. Charlotte Hilton etery.
Highway S-100 A Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Brownlee Road Saturday, and Mrs. Mattie Willfong, all 7:30:
\PTIST CHURCH Morn- Sunday School 10 ajn.Morn- ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening March 24, with services beginning of Newton, N. C.; eight grand- g 9 t a 9 o o OB ooo PJ POJUI
Sunday School 9:45: ; Worship 11 a.m. Training at 7:30
Ing Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer p.m. chlldren, and three great-
,r Worship at 11. Church Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship Meeting 7:30: p.m.Wednesday.Rev. Revival services will be grandchildren. Pearl Belton, of Starke.
raining, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer 7:30: p.m. Wednesday J.C.Saunders,pastor. conducted by Rev. Neil Starling Funeral services were held Funeral services were held
role, 7:15; Evening Service, Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. and Rev. W.J. Thornton. at 2 p.m. Monday, March 19, Sunday In Jones Memorial
130 p.m. -Rev. Leon T. Odom, Jr., LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL Services will be held each In Jones Memorial Chapel with Chapel at 2 p.m., with Rev.
MondayYouth Choir, 7 Pastor. HOLINESS CHURCH night. Rev. Don Denton conducting. A. G. Flynn and Rev. Wilbur -

m. Sunday School 9:45 Interment followed in Kings- Dyess conducting. Inter-
TuesdayBible Study, 10 : a.m.; ::::::::: ::::1:::::::::Wiff:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ment followed In
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Morning Worship 11 a.m. jr;! ley lake Cemetery. Kingsley
:a! .m.; Girls In Action, 3:30: School 10 MornIng Youth Service 6 Evening :: Lake Cemetery.
.m.; Acteens, 7:30.: Sunday a.m. p.m. :::: Card Of} Thanks :::.:
Meet- Worship 11 ajn. Pre Ser- Worship 7 p.m. :| FlorenceMcGrath
WednesdayPrayer Business Meeting, Mission vices (Booster Band, Young Tuesday Prayer Meeting *::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::;::::: ALL GOSPEL GROUPS
& People, and Prayer Service), 7:30 p.m.Rev. the OLd 1t7nt
Friends 7:30
p.m.; 6 EvenlniWorship7p.m. I INVITED( TO PARTICIPATE[
P.m. W.B. Chauncey, pas- CARD OF THANKS "
-hoir, 8:30. '""; I II Ii
Midweek Service
Wednesday tor. Words can \ )
9:45 never
ThursdayVisitation, expressour 'IIII\t}
McGrath 70 :
7:30: p.m.Rev.John Strickland, thanks for all the beau- Mrs. Florence i I
3:30 7:30.
.imf : p.m.; : Paator died Thursday, March 15, In \"
.-Denton Sumrall, Pastor JORDAN MISSIONARY tiful flowers, food and most She '
CONGREGATIONAL of all your loving kindness. Mercy Hospital, :
born In Bradford Countyon
\ITH BAPTIST CHURCH HOLINESS CHURCH U.S. 301 North, behind Tastes Also the prayers and sweet was July 7, 1902 and had made r \\.J.l.J..J.II
9:45 a.m. words of comfort during the
AWTEY Sunday School Freez Drive In, Sunday her home with her niece in I .
11 sickness and death of f/I
Worship a.m. our
Morning School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Orlando for several years.
Across street, east of Law- Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer loving husband and father. She was a member of Smyrna "People ,.II.. pet down lobrusg
':y 'post offlce. Radio pro- Thursday night Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- The family George (Bud) Alvarez Baptist Church of Starke. tucks uaiiiilly rill"rUf'itlly' Everyone Invited

ram, 8 a.m.Station WPXE 14- Meeting 7:30 p.m. day.Leroy Surviving is one sister,Mrs. . .
Pastor. .. -...-...
0, each Sunday. Bible School -David Hodges: Olive, pastor E.L. -- ---- --- -- --------

0 a.m. Preaching,11a.mand Grime associate pastor.
Bible Study and Pray-
r p.m.Meeting, Wednesday 7 p.m. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School 1U a.m. Morn- (8 ml. south of Starke on
:}ider A. E. Massey, pastor.
ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday hwy. 100)Sunday EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice
Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night, School 10 a.m.
ST. MARK'S Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer Morning Worship 11 a.m.
EPISCOPAL: CHURCH Meeting Friday, 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice .6:30: p.m. CENTER CUT
Sunday Services: --Rev. M.E. Fussell, pastor Evening Worship ..7:15p.m.: PUNCH

&30 a.m. Holy Communion. Prayer Bible Study ..Wed. FAIR
9:45 a.m. Church School. 7:30: p.m. SIRLOIN LAUNDRY
U a.m. (1st &. 3rd Sundays) HEILBRONN BAPTIST Rev. Merle L. Packham,

Holy Communion. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. pastor.ST. .
11 '''a.m. (all other Sundays) Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. STEAKS DETERGENT SUPERMARKETS

Morning Prayer. Morning Worship 11. Train- EDWARD'S CATHOLIC
The Rev John M. Flynn Ing Union 6:30 p.m. Evening CHTlRfH: ";5TAHKE: K. Size STARKE'SUlg
Rector. Service 7:30. Midweek Prayer Father James Cregan, pas- 320 S. WALNUT ST.

Service, 7:30. 9 I...'."L.OW..''CU 0000 t.u,
ST. ANN'S: EPISCOPAL L. Howe tor.Saturday . $i 17 I ..u. I OHONUSY Nt0000 TH.U
Tommy ,pas- Mass, 7 p.mi Sun- $15 84oz weO, MANCH .. I.)7 .UANTItr
tor. day Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day .
Sunday Services at 10:30.: ONLY ttt all pleased icctol/
Base 7
Morning CHURCH p.m.Confession
Third Sundays; Holy Communion Sunday School, 10 a.m. -. Saturday _4 L flILI
2nd and 4th Sundays Sun- 11
; Morning Worship a.m.; p.m.School of '
Religion: ,
day School, 9:30: a.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m.Wed Ham FUll. ,:i'W: I: CENTER CUT -
Grade Sunday BONELESS ;
--Thomas O. Feamster, Jr. nesday Prayer Meeting and CUT i
to 12 I
Pastor Bible Study, 7 p.m. Young High School--noon. Wednesday 7 CHUCK CHUCKmwrmROUND / !n
Peoples Meeting every Mon- p.m. i;
'STARKE G.F. Prevatt, pastor. I STEAKS

SundaySunday School, 9:45: Everyone welcome. MORGAN ROAD STEAKS ROAST
a.m.; Morning Worship at 11; BAPTIST CHURCH: I

Youth Choir Rehearsal, 5 HAMPTON BAPTIST Sunday School, 10 a.m.
p.m.; LMYF snack supper, 6; CHURCH Morning Worship: at 11. TrainIng -- $149 i w C .i
UMVF\ meetings and recrea- 10 Union, 6:30: Evening Ser-
Sunday School a.m.; .9 89

tion lvednesdayMidWeek, 6:30. \ Study Morning 6:30 Service p.m.; Evening 11 a.m.;Bible Ser- vice WednesdayPrayer, 7:30. and afD, LB | LB 1! <
Prayer Group 7:30: p.m.; 7:30
vice 7:30: p.m.Wednesday Bible Study, : p.m.
Chancel 1 Choir rehearsal, Prayer and --Rev. Bob Cooper, pastor.
7:30. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrkcOMKLUS EveryDayLowPrkc B EveryDayLowPrke
FridayCh i 11 l d re n's Choir -Melvin I'-nmel, Pastor. I
Pastor CHURCH <33 W. Pratt St, Sunday .Ei: ROAST
Services: Sunday School, 10 ROAST
School 10
Sunday a.m. OKI IX J TO 3 LI.PK
FIRST ASSEMBLY\ OF GOD Morning Worship at 11 a.m. a.m. Preaching a.m.Train-
Ralford Road & Weldon St. Sunday night Service at 6:30.: Ing Union 5:45: p.m. Evening 3TLBS
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Wednesday night prayer Worship, 7 p.m. Everyone t l DaltE t I.D_ oven 11 CNIICf
Ing Worship 11. Sunday EvenIng meeting at 7:30.: welcome.
7 p.m. Thursday night -Cecil E. Crawford, Sr.pas -Wilbur Dyes, Pastor.

7:30.-Charles Thomas pastor. tor. LAURA BAPTIST KEYSTONE LIBBY'SGOLDEN ; HUNT'S or

GREATER BETHLEH. .. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. CREAM
HAMPTON CHRISTIAN CHURCH Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.

CHURCH Cor. -Chestnut, Sun- Midweek Bible Study, Wed- OR

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- day School 9:30: ; Morning nesday, 7:30: p.m. O:: JUICE I 7 SWEET'PEAS ; CATSUP
ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship, 11 ; League 4 p.m. Be In church Sunday. I I
Worship 7.James Shaw Night Service, 6 p.m.-Rev. -Le: ter Austin, pastor. 1

pastor. Jasper Williams past 1 lAw/A/Cf[rArIAYI / 1 lmm 3202

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 24oz29c 48EveryDayLowPrkc

Sunday Service Sunday CHRt.CHSTARKE: Sunday-Sunday School 9:45: ; 1 MATCH
School 9:45: a.m. Morning Sunday--Church School, Morning Worship at 11, ser- U
Worship 10:45: a.m. Evening 9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11. mon by Rev. Richard Barber;
Service 7:15: p.m. Youth Nursery provided.WednesdayYouth. Church Training, 6:15: ; Eve- r
Group Meeting, Sunday, 6:30 Fellow- ning Worship 7:30: sermonby
P.m. ship, 7:30: p.m.ThursdayChoir. Rev. Richard Barber.
-JC. Brown, minister Rehearsal MondayYouth Ensemble, e

7:30: p.m. 6:30: p.m. Youth Choir, 7 p.m. 71;
LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST --Erik T. Johnson, Minis- Tuesday- Young Musiciansand W/CHICKIM-t *

CHURCH ter. Music Makers Choirs,

Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- 3:30:: p.m. GA and Bell Choir,

ing Worship II a.m. Evening BAYLESS HIGHWAY 4:15.Wednesday
Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday BAPTIST CHURCH Acteens, 5 p.m.

Everyone welcome.Rev. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Ken- Family Prayer Night Meeting Supper, RA ,Meeting 6 p.m., BOSTON BONNIE ; Del Monte SNAK
pastor neth ElIxson director. Morning 6:30 Teachers
; and Officers
Worship at 11. Church
Meeting, 7:15.: Church Choir
Training, 6 p.m. Gerald Nor Practice, 8 PAKS
CHURCH OF CHRISTAT man director. Evening Worship p.m.

MELROSE 7 p.m. Mid-Week Prayer STICKS
Schedule of Services: and Bible Study, 7 p.m. Hope BaptistRevival VANILLA PUDDING A PINEAPPLE
Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. J.D. Robinson, pastor. ContinuesRevival ;
Morning Worship 11 a.m. 1t I Im! 1

Evening All other Worship evenlng-8 7 p.m. p.m. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH services at Hope HltlM! FLAVORSEveryDayLowPrkc ASS'T 9 1 8oz" 3$1PU; U"EJ!! !! 49EveryDayLowPrkc i

BROOKER Baptist Church on CrUa 20oz
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Sunday School !10 a.m. Wor Loop, with Evangelist Billy I PKGS ;
LATTER DAY SAINTS ship Services 11 a.m. and 7p.m. Kelly from
Pelham S. C. _
1404 E. Bessent Road Training Union 6 p.m. conducting
Family Home EveningMonday. -Rev. Lacy Convoy, pastor. through Sunday are continuing morning, EveryDayLowPrkc BonusBuy: : EveryDayLowPrkc

March 25.Services. MU.MUMY Pantry +** rood .8 PECAN ,.'
Primary-Tuesday, 4:30: p.m. CAKE r:w ANGEL FOOD ,
WednesdayRelief Society, CHURCH OF GOD begin each night at FACIAL
7:30 '
LAWTEYFLA. p.m."Butch" MIXES /
7:30.: TISSUE BAR CAKECvtryteytowPrkc
Thursday- M.I.A.-7:30 p.m. Schedule of services: Sun- Redding, church r rciLOw a CHOC ru iMMWHTTI.CMOC TWIRLS "
day School, 10 sun. Morning youth director is planning a MACAAOON rood 1
Sunday-Priesthood, um* m mm .
a.m. Sunday School, 10:30: a.m. Worship at 11. Evangelistic special youth service for Sun- 5/l 1 2/49 -3/99' r: 3
Evening Meeting 6 P.m. Sa- Service 6 p.m. YPE and day night at 7:15.: Eddie Bla- ,
lock will be
Prayer Meeting each Wednesday guest speaker
-Jesse D. .Branson Branch 7:30 p.m.R.v., Daisy for the special service which i
will be
Pastor. entirely by
President KIght the young people of the church. & IlICryo.yLPrke 'ivcryDiyLowPrkcAMOWl I,.ryD .......,.
Pastor Merle BlftQltfON. *MOIt* .
Packham 'Nn" .ID' '
CALVARY the members of
,,1 Sunday Worship. School 11. Training 10 a.m. Union, Sunday Mass; 12 noon. Holy'! public extend to an attend invitation to the ...PIES..... ......". wM.. ..'...*( DIODORA'' SHAMPOO MOUTHWASH
R."A Fvwnlnsr Worship 7:30. Day Mass, 5:30: p.m. services. remainIng 2001 /'1 140. 4/$1 liol: 49c ,... 57c 99
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Mar. 22, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pall 15 1

I .

I Legal .Notices .,. .. tI- .... .- SENIOR Community Hews

AND EXCLUDING any part ters represented thereby, and tha Kodatt, Belle (;nann.

thereof lying within road WHEREAS, on the 26th day PRECINCT #11 HAMPTON I .. Elizabeth Given Walker tJ
NOTICE right-of-way. of February A. D., 1973, the City Hall, Hampton. Clerk, By

This notice shall be pub- Board of County Commissioners Barbara M. Hill Inspectors: with an last Informative Meeting talk"opened by DELL CHAPTER 168 will Baptist Church Rev.

Public lished one Q) time In the at an adjourned meeting Ruth E. Reed, Lillian L. Hall Pat Farnsworth, Representative Dell Chapter 168 OES mon- Jasper Williams pastor. The
received the reportof Nannie
HearingNOTICE Bradford County met and Watterson. will be held will
Telegraph of Elect- of CUBB Agency in thly meeting service for this week
a newspaper circulated In said Supervisor PRECINCT #12 LINCOLN this area, and Its relation- Thursday night March 22, at begin with Ushers board 'No.
39 Bradford County, Florida. Ion, which report was filed CITY, Starke Public Library, ship to the needs of the 8 p.m. In the Masonic Hall 2 and Choir No. 3 meeting
Pg 7. in the
and to be copied Starke Clerk Margie M. Dow-
I DATED this 16th day of senior citizens which number -. on Brownlee Street. All mem- at 7:30. Tuesday night, Stimt
PUBLIC HEARING OR March 1973. utes of the meeting of said ling. Inspectors: Myrtle An- 60 bers are asked to please be lor Choir meets. Wednesday ,
A Public Hearing will be near the following'y (SEALS Board held on the 26th day of derson, Ethel Raymond, Bar- 8,000 persons years .
and older. The most urgent present and on time. Busi- night, Prayer Meeting. Thuds'; "* .i
held at the City; Hall, Cityof South of Alligator Creek- GILBERT S. BROWNAS February A. D. 1973, and bara Vallnskl. of ness of vital importance. day night every members
needs the
elderly, ,,
Starke, Fla at 7:30: P.M, West of Road 301 South. North CLERK OF THE Cm- WHEREAS, according to DISTRICT #5 BROOKER and disabled poor asked to meet for the BlUle
April 24, 1973. of W. A. Sterns proper1y; The CUlT COURTBy said report the Board of Dave Paulk County Commissioner are medical a transportation health NCS NEWS Hour. Friday night the annual
All Parties will be west or back portion oi said County Commissioners of system,
heard : Beulah M. Moody center and low cost housingIn All young mothers or any- ushers anniversary, both and u.
at this time. property; not zoned CommerApplication Bradford County, Florida,has PRECINCT #13A ROWELL
Clerk these four counties. one who would like i to attend and two, will be held at 8
for cial at present. 322Deputy determined that said appllcantion Terwillegar Motors (Ford))
change In It The 1970 Environment Report sewing classes are invitedto p.m. The public is lnvttedto-,
Zoning. City of Starke. To be used as: Retail and is signed by more than Starke. Clerk Betty Jean states that 900 homesin every Thursday 10 till noon. attend. Saturday the League'

Request has been made on Wholesale building supply andthe twenty-five percent of the registered Prevatt. Inspectors: Hazel M. Bradford County are with- Make or mend something. The will sell dinners. Sund&f!

following from Residen other small retail businessal NOTICEIn voters of Bradford Richards, Clara Hazen, Lou- out plumbing and 90 homesin center Is in old RJE School. School will begin services>r
to Commercial.Described All parties wishing to be and there- ise Kite. '
the Circuit Court, Judi- County, Florida Starke, alone, are, so 9:30. Morning service atj'JV1/
as follows timemust be present at cial Circuit of Florida. fore It Is the duty of said PRECINCT #13B GRAHAM run down and dllapltatedthat CHURCH NEWS a.m. Dinner will be served:at''

Beg. at NW Cor of SW 1/4 this and for Bradford County.In Board, under said Chapter Broughton Building, Graham. the only remedy Is com-' Greater Allen Chapel AME 12:30.: League at 4 p.m. EpFning :
of NW 1/4 S 8.82 S 72 & L. M. Galnes Re. Estate of ROBERT 567 to order a local option Clerk Merle Starling. inspec- plete removal and rebuilding. Church Rev. A. C. Williams Worship, 6 p.m. "*'''

17' E 100' Ck. WS Line Crk. Chairman, ZOnfug Board ALEXIS GREEN, Deceased. election as required by said tors: Dorothy Starling, Paul- A letter was read from pastor. Services will begin
460 to W Line of NW 1/4 Merrill Edwardsof ette Arnold Bonnie Lee Bo
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo chapter. Rep. Don Fuqua who pledged with Sunday School'at 10 a.m. .
NW 1/4. S 587' to Beg. City Clerk all creditors and all NOW THEREFORE, BE IT gle.PRECINCT support In the fight against The second Quarterly Confer- New Bethel Baptist Churchf'Rev. ,

Ex Part described In OR Bk City of Starke persons having claims or demands RESOLVED by the Board of #14 SAMPSON Pres. Nixon's severe cutbackIn ence will be held with Presiding Leroy Davis, pastor. Mt.

3/22 3t 4/5 against said estate. County Commissioners of New National Guard Armory, over 100 Social Services I Elder R. E. Lamb In Sunday School will begin thcu?

You, and each of you, are Bradford County Florida, in Starke. Clerk Margaret Pre- which directly affect us. charge at II a.m. All boardsare services for the day at 9:30.: v"

hereby notified and requiredto session duly assembled, at vatt. Inspectors: Rev. John We havn't as yet heard asked to have written Morning service at 11. BYPlT, nV
present any claims and which five members were pre- Strickland, Irma Buford, from Sen. Lawton Chiles reports. 5 p.m. Evening Worshlp,;''G"! *

Public demands which you, or either sent, the same being a majorIty Frances Dansby. and Sen. Ed Gurney on the p.m. Visitors always weN>C *
of you, may have againstthe of the members of said PRECINCT #15A BROOKER same question. Greater Bethlehem Free- come. /'11)14m

estate of Robert Alexis board, that a local option election Community House, Brooker. State Sen. Jim Williams
Notice Green deceased, to the Judgeof is hereby ordered by Clerk Mrs. Theo Dyal. inspectors wrote promising support for Starke P.O. Establishing.m

the said Court, Bradford said Board, to decide: : Muriel Lee Kelley Senior Citizens legislation 'JI I
County Courthouse, Bradford (a) Whether the sale of Intoxicating Jacqueline Hunter Jean Par- during the coming session List Of Eligibles For Jobs .1j:' ;. "

County Florida, within six liquors, wines or rish. of the State Legislature.Our .
months from the date of the beer shall be prohibited or PRECINCT #15B NEW RIVER membership voted unanimously Postmaster T. C. Hazen, meet the requirements f

first publication of this no- permitted In Bradford County Moody's Store New RI- to affiliate with Jr., of the Starke postofflce, urged to apply. ,'OL'All
Florida, andb ver. Clerk Alberta Jones, Inspectors the Congress of Senior Citi- announces that applicationsare qualified applicants wilxd0
tice.Each claim or demand must ( ) To decide also whether Eunice Moody, Mar- zens of Florida, Inc. This being accepted and exam- receive consideration without

LOCATION OF be in writing and must state such sales If permitted by gie Dobbs, Anita Countryman. is in the interest of unity inations will be given to establish regard to race, religion, cols
PRO.TFPT T the place of residence and said election, shall be restricted 3/15 2t 3/22 and will give us more poli- a list of eligibles to or, national origin, sex, poli-

post office address of tho to sale by the package, as tical clout. fill vacancies In the clericaland tical affiliations, or any other

claimant and must be swornto defined in said Chapter 567, NOTICEIn We were very happy to the city carrier' force at non-merit factors. in M

by the claimant, his agent, Florida Statutes aforesaid.IT The Circuit Court of The hear from Gene and Geor- the Starke office. The minimum age isr:ISA

or his attorney or it will IS FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Eighth Judicial Circuit Florida gia Rayburn who are now All Interested persons who years, or only 16 years for

I.k i. t '" nr become void according to law. said election is hereby ordered In and For Bradford located In Sardis, Miss. We high school graduates. nsd
Each creditor shall deliver to be held on April 3rdA. County. In Probate #1-2050 sincerely wish them and DQ CaaaaaaaDaaaDaaaQabetter These positions, under c4rIttrent .
sufficient copies of his claimto D. 1973 and that a copy of IN RE: Estate of CLARA their family good health and salary schedules, starfci

: enable the Court to mall this resolution be published in PEARL RAHME, Deceased. lots of good luck In their days.Visitors at $4.14 per hour, or $8, :2,o<
one to each personal repre- the Bradford County Telegraph NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE new Job. Our associationwith were Mr. & Mrs. per annum, if employed 01)C/!
1-+, ,roe'i p. oho sentative. a newspaper of general OF REAL AND PERSONAL them during their tenurein Tom Franklin from N.C., per annum basis. Increases
Dated March 6, A. D. 1973 circulation published in PROPERTY Starke will be long remem- and Happy Birthday was sung begin periodically from datea.

Lake rgti .'- ,.. + ju.titlarlw+ .....:M1a'L : Lucille Harris Green Bradford. County Florida,once Notice is hereby given pur- bered by the Senior Citizens. to Pat Farnsworth whosebirthday' of appointment to $5.43-aitc! :
a Y : Is St. Patrick's Day.
: Administratrix of the Last a week for four publica- suant to that certain Order Alex Morton is In Alachua hour, or $10,907 per year.

Will and Testament of, the tions, the_first publication to entered in this cause by the General Hospital and "Sarge" Again, get ready for the Applications are available
Estate of Robert Alexis Green, be at least thirty days priorto Honorable GEORGE L. PAT- Suslow Is In the Veterans County Fair and Strawberry from the Starke postofflce and
South southeastward Deceased. date of said election.BE Festival, Apr.. 4 to 8. Let'smake be until April
Notice is hereby given that Road TEN, Circuit Judge, on March Hospital Gainesville.It will accepted
the Florida Department of State Road 16 to State First publication on March 8, IT FURTHER RESOLVED 7, 1973, the Administratrixof was good to see Pearle It as good as other 5, 1973. WZ
Transportation Is offering 200 (U.S. 301), a distance 1973. ; ,.by said Board that u- said Estate, DELLA ROBERTA Thurston back again. He years and Improve It if we Some of the fringe benefits;3

those Interested in of approximately 1.35 miles 3/8 4t 3/29 pon said resolution being published DEES McINTOSH, will is feeling better and to others can.Our are: job security paid vat

expressing persons their views concerning It is Intended that this Improvement as herein before required sell at public sale the following who are not up to par, we extend -: White next,;, meeting will Auction be cations, on-the-job trainkigy::
the location and design be constructed NOTICE that proof of publication described real and per- our best wishes for'' ,our ;Elephant liberal retirement plan, stofciH
within the existing right- Eighth thereof shall be filed with Sale. Bring your packages leave with pay, low cost life
social, economic and In The Circuit Court, sonal property, to-wit: "
marked the price
environmental effects of State of way which varies from Judicial Circuit of Florida, the board as required by law The West 1/2 of the North- for Petitioner Insurance, low cost hospital; !
is worth.
Project No. 28030-3504, Fed- 60 feet to 100 feet In and For Bradford County and proof thereof entered up- west 1/4 of Section 15, Town- ,whose address is 142 You and medical insurance for late'employee
Come all.
one, come
Persons desiring a public on the minutes of this Board. and his family, and,;{
S-619 22 East
No. South
7 Range ,
Aid Project ship
eral West Call Street, P, O. Box don't have to be a member.We .
theopportunlyofrequeethearing on the above describing re: The Marriage of Gla- Bradford County Florida, paid holidays. With the ser-
(2), 1086 Starke, Florida 32091 will have lots of tun.Don't .
ed project must submit their vice moving fast toward mT t
said dys Elaine Dixon White & 80
hearing on containing approximately
public with the
a and file the original forget Tues., March
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) free schooling
written request to Mr. J.D. chanlzation,
DYS Elaine Dixon White, Wife and all Improvements
project. acres; Clerk of the above-styled Pratt Rec.Cent4VJRUIIU
r c> 27, 1 p.m., St. '.
State Project No. 28030- Ward District Engineer, & Ernest Preston White, Hus RALPH P. BRYAN, thereon in their present state court on or before April .12, ;"-,, opportunities and many pmr
3504, Federal Aid Project Florida Department of Transportation bandvs- Defendant. CHAIRMAN, BOARDOF'COUNTY.COMMISSIUN of repair, and :together with .-1973; otherwise a- judgement h:;) Joe rrtgan> 'motion ovti.lT
No. S-619C2) Is described P. O. Box 1089, ..' NOTICE OF SUIT- =' '"-fatm'lmplements, tools, may be entered against you Hazen pointed
a follows: COUNTY. and household furnishings for the relief demanded in
nhe proposed Improvement "no la&r than April 13, 1973. : ERNEST PRESTON STATE OF FLORIDA the dwelling thereon, togetherwith the Complaint. d b

would utilize a two -lane This opportunity for a public WHITE ATTEST all other items situated WITNESS! my hand and the GAINESVILLE ortTOJdfi'f

municipal type curb and hearing is being offered YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED GILBERT S. BROWN upon the hereinabove described seal of said Court on the 9th

gutter section consisting of pursuant to the Federal Aid I that an action for Dis- CLERK TO THE BOARD premises and containedIn day of March, 1973.GILBERT .
two 12-foot wide travel Highway,.Act, .23 101 solution of marriage has been 3/1 4t 3/22 that certain inventory filedin S. BROWN, :
lanes with 10-foot wide et seq., including the 1968 I filed against you ERNEST this estate. AS CLERK OF SAID COURT Business Directory l?!Y

refuge lanes and -tot Federal Aid Highway Act PRESTON WHITE and you are The Clerk of the Circuit By: Betty Edwards,

'wide sidewalks on both DlWard required to serve a copy of NOTICE Court of Bradford County Deputy Clerk t" 'm.ti

sides of the project. This Department your written defenses, U any The Board of County Com- Florida, GILBERT S. BROWN FIRST PUBLICATION: March AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES 1.I'j
improvement would begin Florida of to It, on the plaintiffs attorney missioners of Bradford County will conduct said sale at the 15 1973.

at the northwestward City Transportation whose name and address Florida, has selected the above described premises at 3/15 4t 4/5 Johnson & Faru Inc'i; ;
Limits of Starke and extend 3/22 2t 3/29 is DUDLEY P. HARDY following as the Polling Places 12 noon on March 30th, 1973. BRASINGTON j
114 North Walnut Street Pursuant to said Order No- OLDSMOBILE SEeDS PLANTS o'r+
I Clerks and Inspectors for CADILLAC
Starke, Florida, 32091 and file the Special Wet and Dry Election tice of the public sale will be March NOTICE 13 1973J. SALES & SERVICE Insecticid.s P.t Suppli..t.fFin.
the original with the clerk of to be held April 3 published In the BradfordCounty of Used Cars FERTILIZERS I't.f'
on .Iectlon
rected In a reasonable lengthof the above styled court on or Telegraph for two ((2) W. Todd has made Ap- W. Rent F.rtili..r Spr.ad.rst::1'::';'
1973. Cadillac Trod.s
Tak.n On
time. In such case, the before April 5, 1972: other- LAWTEY consecutive weeks, commenc- CountyoZoning the Bradford 224 N.W 8th. Ph. 1
NOTICEIt contract will be made over wide a judgement may be entered DISTRICT #1, Commissioner ing with the first of said publications Board for reclassification 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 37&-5301 378.041&.i;:);if!
D. L. Shuford, County -
with the next bidder In line. of the property -
on March 15, 1973.
against you for the relief BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS
5. The City of Hampton re- Said Clerk will not accept described below from OR
is Illegal to place Mobile demanded in the com- PRECINCT #1 LAWTEY,
sers the right to reject any bid for said real and to BR.
Home on any lot In the City plaint or petition. any
CITY HALL, LAWTEY. Clerk 300ft of Parcel LIDDELL ,
all bids. The West .ti'
or in an a- ,
of Starke without permissionfrom WITNESS hand and the personal property
i my Mrs. "Lara" Raymond Bryan. S of '
Bids must be turned in to Desc beg 343.26ft '.
Starke Zoning Board. seal of said Court on Feb- mount less than the full appraised as ty AcademyLearn ii";
L. M. Gaines City Clerk Bonnie Trisler no 28 Inspectors: Clara E. Shu- value as fixed and int. of Hwy 200 and Co.' Gr. Glass Company ..!.NV."Gloss :\.
Chairman later than April 1, 1973. Bids urary 1973.Gilber S. Brown ford, Margie Sue Reddish, determined by the apprais- Rd. Sely at Rt Ang to RR a Profession In Your ,i''' *,\
also be mailed to the Peggie H. Gasklns. 1018 ft to SCL RR, Sly along For Every Purpo.. '..111
City of Starke may As Clerk of said Court er's report filed in this Es- Spar. Tim.. Full or Part
250 PRECINCT #2 KELLY, RECREATION 2:6.74ft Nwly at Rt Ang .. .
Box R/W
Zoning Board City at P. O. Hampton By: Beulah M. Moody tate. Tim. Store Fronts Mirrors .OS'T
32044. HALL LAWTEY. Said sale shall be for cash, to RR 1031 ft to St Rd 200 *. Showers'
3/222t 3/29 As Deputy Clerk 219 N.W. 10 th 378-2766 Tub Enclosures
Clerk Hazel Jones.Inspectors FOB
3/22 2t 3/29 (Court; Seal) lawful money of the United Nely along rd. 217 ft to Top Gloss
3/8 4t 3/29 Arthur Austin, H. C. Kelley, States; ten aO) per cent of Ex. E 210 ft. Sec 10 T6S R22E. Furritures
Dorothy M. Moultrie. be This change !in classification Replaced :c
price to paidto
PRECINCT #3 Is subject to a public
and the balance hearing to be held on w?'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN NAME the Circuit Court, Brad- BUILDING, Starke. Clerk Lucille sale, of said sale by this day, March 27, 1973 at 7:30PM Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville '.j
that the undersigned, desiringto Notice is hereby given that ford County, State of Florida Carter, Inspectors: LIn- approval delivery of a in the County Commis- 372-8191-372-1102 ,,10.''
I engage In business under the undersigned, Robert Fox, Estate of ROBERT ALEXIS rue Williams, Ina C. Martin, and or sufficient upon deed. sion room at the Bradford Of Cainetville. Inc. m mmm:;o1

the fictitious names of PINE- P.O. Box 905, Starke Fla. GREEN, Deceased. Shellle Hall Gerle. good Said Estate will for all County Court House at which Repairing Rewinding
BROOKE VILLAGE SALES, intendes to engage in business NOTICE OF PROBATEThe DISTRICT #2 BAYLEss pay affixed time all persons interested New And Used
PINE BROOK VILLAGE MO- under the fictitious name, State of Florida To W. Roberts County documentary stamps ctrla.w(
George to the deed of conveyance, shall be heard for or againstthe 2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318
HOlPARK at SE Corner & F Concrete Products
BILE B Interested the
All in
Persons Commissioner. in
proposal, .
and furnish to the title .
buyer -
of Intersection of High- at 820 South Cherry St., Estate of said Decedent: PRECINCT #4 MOTOR VEHICLE in amount the Zoning Code of Bradford MOVERS THIS/ SPACE .of: .;pd'IOr
Insurance an
ways 301 and 18, Starke, Florlda Starke, Fla. and that he will You are hereby notified thata INSPECTION STATION 1
Intends to register the register said name with the written instrument purporting Starke. Clerk JosephA. equal to the purchase price, County.John Torode, Chairman Long Distance Moving FOR S.\LE. ..n

said names with the Clerkof Clerk of the Circuit Court, to be the Last Will and Glssy. Inspectors: Mildred and a survey of said Bradford lands. Bradford County Zoning *. Storage Packing!! HCltP.fil.1

the Circuit Court of Brad- Bradford County Florida. Testament of said decedenthas Fancher, Grace Page, Ernes- Dated Florida at Starke this 12th day Board Crating!! Shipping!! .
ford County, Florida. Robert Fox, sole owner. been admitted to probatein tine Underhill County, 3/15 2tp 3/22 CallVan .t-
Dated at Starke. Florida 3/22 4tp 4/12 said Court. PRECINCT #5 PLEASANT of March, 1973. SHAW
this CAM 13th day LAND of March.DEVELOP-1973. You are hereby commanded GROVE, BRADFORD COUN- SHAW AND KOPELOUSOSP. NOTICEIn F'i\i\\ \ J.!
within six calendar months
NOTICEIn TY HIGH SCHOOL, Starke. O. Box 1086 The Circuit Court of Florida -
MENTS, INC. from the date of the first
Clerk Ida Mae Shaw, Inspectors 32091 t
Pre- The circuit Court of The Starke, Florida Eighth Judicial Clrcui
Carnes ,
By M. Phillip of this notice
: publication to
Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida : Ella Mae Chastain, Lola Attorneys for the Estateof MUSIC ; ",.
sident in said Court In and For Bradford County, .1I
and show
ZIpperer, Norma Canova.
In and For Bradford CLARA PEARL RAHME Service, Inc. ,/
3/22 4t 4/12 County. Case No. 1425 cause If any you can, why PRECINCT #6 VANDERBILT Deceased. Florida. ::
ELLEN GREEN TISDALE, the action of said Court In HOME OFE. L. (NOOK) APPROVED BY NEE, THE In re: The Marriage of KAY 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. C'ville BALDWINPIANOS :

CALL FORBIDS Plaintiff, -vs- ELSIE GREEN admitting said Will to pro- NORMAN, Starke Bay less UNDERSIGNED CIRCUIT ANN KELLY, Wife, and HOWARD 372-4271 "..,1

''The City of Hampton is now HENDRIETH, OSCAR GREEN bate should not stand unre- Highway. Clerk Mary Ella JUDGE OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL KELLY, Husband, A ORGANS

accepting bids for their MowIng ESTHER GREEN WILLIAMS, voked. Watterson, Inspectors: Mar- CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA NOTICE OF SUIT AUTO SALES SERVICE

from April until October. The MAE COLEY, JOHN COLE Circuit Judge al, Mrs. Linda K. Bowen. FLORIDA, THIS 12th day of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED : GMS. INC. .1:03:
following stipulations were attached ARTHUR COLE, and MARY Bradford County, Florida DISTRICT #3 BLANDING, March 1973. that an action for dissolution .haaut "'
to the contract by the GREEN GRAY, Defendants. (SEAL) RALPH P. BRYAN, COUNTY /sGEORGE L.CUITJUDGE. PATTEN of marriage has been etovxr rs-t
Street Committee: NOTICE OF SALE First publication on March 8. COMMISSIONER' C filed against you and you are MUSIC Co.
I'fl. All City-owned right-of- Pursuant to the Final Judg- 1973 PRECINCT #7 RENO, RJE 3/15 2t 3/22 required to serve a copy oi
3/8 4t 329NOTICE
entered March 15 HIGH SCHOOL Starke. Clerk your written defenses, if any
way must be mowed, Including ment on G'ville Shopping!! C.n.
the cemetery. 1973, In the abovecaptionedcause William T. Holland Inspectors NOTICEIn of it on GEORGE H. PIERCE, Factory AuthorisedPontlac 'n-n:
2. The person whose bid Gilbert S. Brown as OF ELECTION: : Ethel V. Hall Maybelle; The Circuit Court of Attorney for Petitioner,whose 372.5351 {(,

11 accepted will be paid per Clerk of the Circuit Courtof WHEREAS, on February 20, E. Roberts, Corean McNeal. The Eighth Judicial Circuit address is P. 0. Drawer 1030, Sales- Parts-Service 'Ua'
ROUND OF MOWING rather Bradford County, Florida A.D.1973,written applications PRECINCT #8 SEABOARD, of Florida In And For Brad- Starke, Florida, and file the 210 N. Main Gainesville, Fla {

than once per month a* in will sell the property here- asking that the Board of County Old National Guard Armory, ford County Case #7360. original with the Clerk ol 372.2583 '1't,
, described at Clerk C. Cov- of the above-styled Court on or Ilr '. ."11. Halls tr
the past-- please submit bids inafter public Commissioners of Bradford Starke. Mary IN RE: The Marriage ,
accordingly. ale on Friday, March 30, County, Florida to hold local ington, Inspectors: Judy M. MARY JANEBESSTNGER, Petitioner before April 10, 1973, other- CAMPER SALES SERVICE leffllr ft SlBf ll.l, let :Jjp;
: 3. Mowing will be done only 1973, at 11:00: A.M. The pro- option election, under provis- Brown, Peggy Shaller, Fron- and HARVEY LEE wise a judgement may be entered ?:

f, on orders from the Chair- perty is located in Bradford ions of Chapter 567, 1971 Flo- Ie Crews. BESSINGER, SR., Respondent. against you for Petitionfor the relief Authorised. Dealer IT
man of the Street Committee. County, Florida, and Is more rida Statutes, was presented PRECINCT #9 KEYSTONE NOTICE OF SUIT demanded in the ICAMPER For Evons-Int.them 'tie
It must be done at such time particularly described as follows by Bob Blakewood, Chairmanof Southslde Elementary School, TO: HARVEY LEE BESSIN- Dissolution of Marriage. JTI.A

as he (Chairman of the Committee : the Petition Committee- Starke. Clerk Hazel L. How- GER, SR., #1 Lawrence Street, WITNESS my hand this and 28th the MART,. INC. Siegler Heating!! & 9/1
of said Court
) thinks the grass needs East three-fourths of the the Starke Jaycees, of Brad- ell. Inspectors: Shirley Charleston South seal Air Conditing Equip. ;:n
t cutting. North half of the Southeast ford County. Moore, Alice Barron, Lucille Heights day of February, A. D. 1973 3111 N. Main Gainesville .
Carolina 29405.
4. If the job Is not com- Quarter of Northwest Quar- WHEREAS, said Board referred Godwin. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Gilbert S. BroW:.. 378-2954 T Bay Service Dept.Complete Accessories Supplies ttt
pleted to the satisfaction of ter (E 3/4 of N 1/2 of SE said application to the DISTRICT #4 HAMPTON, that an action for dissolution Clerk Store Parts and Service
the Street Chairman, the 1/4 of NW 1/4) and Supervisor of Election, the Eddie Allen, County Commis of marriage has been -George H. Plerc D 1A:Ja.
Chairman) has the right to The Southeast Quarter of Honorable Jeneva M. Flynn, ab nor. filed against and are Attorney Petitlone:r Sales: Concord Volunteer, ',

warn the person once and after Southeast Quarter of North- for the purpose of her deter- PRECINCT #10 TIIERESSA required to serve you a you copy of First Publication March IS" Sm. key, Midas, Adventure 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesviillf

t this first warning, the west Quarter (SE 1/4 of SE mining whether or not the Community Club House, The- written defenses. If any 1973. Wheels, Norris, Monitor, fan
contract is considered bro- 1/4 of NW 1/4) containing 25 signatures thereon were signatures ressa. Clerk Ruth Grlffls, Inspectors your to it on SHAW AND HOPE- 3/15 4t 4/5 Explorer, Sports Coach

ken U the error li not cor- acres, more or less, EXCEPT n of the registered vo- : Mattie Slbley, Mar- 378.8902'r

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Pag.16 TELEGRAPH Mar. 22, 1973

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Deadline for Insertion Mon- ,;":,,,,,',,,.j-;;,= ..,,,,,,-- ---;;, ,,.. ,','"''"' .._.m ) ", ,.... ..".."li"if'4.w"" ...,,(' ",*,"""' ;'"''''''$i.i1/> -,,-, ,'("<'" -saras ...-


day before publication. FOR SALERegistered Angus ._ U.S. 90 Wett. Lake APPLIANCE
--- City MAJOR
bulls 1 and 2 year old. Phone ------
MOTORCYCLES 9S4-6114. J. B. White tfchg Phone 752.3723
Minimum Charge $1.75 t AUTOMOBILESUSED High and dry in City. Nice LONG CHAMP For Best S..efon| Of
(Covers 15 words) FOR SALE Layer farm neighbors, three br., 1 bath, EXPERT REPAIRMEN.
Each word over 15, 84! 30,000 capacity. 4 bedroom dining room, living room, and Home,and Building TRAVEL TRAILERS
home, 11 acres, diesel trac- utility room, large lot. MINI-HOMES CALL 96 -8363
Materl als
All Classified Ads must be FOR SALE72 Honda SL 350, tor and equipment $19,500. TRUCK CAMPERS

paid for In advance unless 6,000 miles. Blue with white 964-5317. Itp FOR SALE66 VW, $200. WE BUILD AND TOPPERS Starke
you have established account trim. Call 964-6050 or 964- Call after 6 BILL POWELL BROKER Service
with The Telegraph, In that 8911. Dale Brown. lip FOR SALEYoung registeredangus Itp p.m. 9648149. "Your Plans Or Our Full Line Of Ports And Appliance

event' 50C extra charge for bulls, ready for light 964-6461 Your Lot Or Ourt." Service 323 BrownU. St. -TF

billing. Not responsible for FOR SALE1972 Suzuki 350, service. Selling at beef OR FREE ESTIMATES TF
errors when given over the miles, also prices. Clifford Martin 964- 1970 IMPALA 4 door sedan.
phone or when copy is not helmet, $600.9 Larry Ogles y. 7145. 3tp 45FOR Factory air,low mileage.Like WAYNE DOUGLAS Remod.llng Repairs
typed and brought to the office new, one owner. S. A. Shiv- ASSOCIATE Additions OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
964-5240. tfchg
er. Keystone Heights, phone
SALE-Lake lots on l 11 am-
ton Lake, 7 miles south of 473-3251. 2tp 3/29 964-6593 Homes Traded Bought Sold 100 W. PH. 964-5606. rn2See

Job OpportunitiesFor Starke.Itchg F. Register 964-8771. FOR SALE-72 Skylark 10,000 ACREAGE FOR SALE9646IS3 Our NewSelection -. lltt,! ,/

r FOR SALE ) miles fully equipped $3,000. Of Doublewides.We .

For Hottest FOR SALE72 model 25 hp Folding camper 70 model Hw)'. 301 S. Starke TF Also Have New And Used Household
Waitress Evinrude motor, new condi- sleeps 8 $1,200. 964-5317.
Cook :tion.: Total running time 10 Up. Furnishings For Sale.
Maids HAVE HUNDREDS of new 8- hours. Ph 9646512. Itchg 8 Til I Durlc Mnn Sat. Nnnn Dnrk On Sundnvv 4/73
track tapes for $2.98 and EZERASE TYPEWRITER FIAT MILLER, Brtwn

$3.98.--Dahmer's Discount. FOR SALELake lots on PAPTER, Mineo Paper, Bond
5tchg 322EtnI.'ICE Hampton Lake, 7 ml. south of Paper, Notebook Fillers.- SaUs Ports Service

yl IIII NURSERYFor Starke. F. Register 9648771. Bradford County Telegraph. New and Used Sewing Operators
tomato plants container O. C. Ciriits Nursery
grown. 2 miles north of Law- FOR SALEArgentine Bahia Thousands of Plants HARFRED AUTO VOLKSWAGENNew Experienced Preferred But We Will Train.If .
Hay $1.00 at barn. J. M. Ed-
tey on 301. Ph. 782-3972. Fruit Treet, Shod. Tr..s.Evergreens ,
tfchg wards, phone 964-5379. Itp IMPORTS, INC. & Used
Camellias, You Are Seeking Regular Permanent
TFT 509 E. Sales Service 'WJ
Azaleas. Rot.. University
,. LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering FOR SALEWringer washer Mast In Cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING Gainesville 372.4373 TF Employment.

8 x 9, $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98; machine, 30" fold away bed 1 Mi. North of the Mail'
12 X 12, $11.5U; 12 X 15 only 30" dining table, 2 living 23 Mi. S.E. Of Stark, GAINESVILLE Cadillac Uniform Co.
$14.95. Many patterns and co- room chairs. Ph. 964-5493. Hwy. 100
lors. Dahmer's Discount. tf "P Florohom. 659.2165MustDng JIMMY MOORE'S 441 E. Brownl

$.. Spcrts Stark, Fla.

AND BENEFITSPaid 90 hp Johnson motor 1965- AND USED
and trailer, $900 or best offer t FOR RENT 1 YOUR MONE'YStarke


Paid Holidays FOR SALE4 room house Complete Outboard & Stan SERVICE Special Thursday Thru Sunday

Group Insurance on 14 acres. State Rd 225 off THIS WEEK SPECIAL Drive Strvie and Repair.Complete .
FOR RENT12', wide Mobile
Profit SharingAnd State Rd. 100, Starke. For homes outside city limits. J. Fiberglass Repair Deep and Shallow Wells DOUBLE KNIT MATERIAL
information call collect 305- 12X60' 3 B.R.
Custom built Fiberglass
B. White. Ph. 964-6114. cfcng
Many Others 668-6440, DeBary, Fla. 2tp Boats.Anson .
Fishing $4.99 Now $3.99HWY
3/22 Bath & Ji $4,995 Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT
Apply In Person At HOME FOR RENT2 BR, SERVICEON $3.99 Now $2.99
Furnished, Quiet Neighborhood. 1650 N. Temple Ave. 100 East Store Hours
No pets. Phone 964.7212 Stark, Fla. Of Starlce. M.m.11 And Christine D. _
your lot from large selection
7823279. It chg. PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE
OF STARKE In several locations. Open 9716 Sun.Refinishing. ,
$15.00 per month plus Inter-
est. Ph. 468-1551 or 9648331.4tp FOR RENT- Mobil. Homos
bedroom trailer
4/5 with expando living room. Ph. tiV SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES WANTEDCombination

WATSON'S 9648797. ItpHELP ""' Expando Rooms & Add Moved 5 Blocks North

MISCELLANEOUSTYPEWRITERS HOUSE OF VACUUMS All Types Of On Rooms 864 N. Tempi Ave Auto Paint And Body Man.

Many brands of new vacuums Free Delivery and Set Up
$39.00 up. Used machines WANTED r ge/iywea' I UpholBteryCabinet. 100 MILE RADIUS QoooOoOOOooOOoOOOOCARL Excellent Pay With Company Benefits & Bonus.

ADDING: Ma- from makes.$10. Parts Expert and Repairsall Acces- LADIES EARN EXTRA moneyin ,f'lf,,,,d Work BANK FINANCINGHWY BEGGS Paid Vacation'And Insurance 5 Day Week

chines & Cash Registers sories for all vacuums. Builtin your spare time. Take orders Specializing In 17 NORTH. Gulf Service APPLY TO
cleanedrepaired.. STARKE ,
vacumn cleaning for Luzier Cosmetics.Call Piano
TYPEWRITER SERVICE:: 782- RefinishingAnd
3020. 4tp412SHEET systems.376-7110 712 N.Main Gainesville 9645616. 3tchg 3/29 ReconditioningC. Tel. 284.5001 264-7311 Lamar Williams

ROCK hanging & Fin- HAIR STYLIST needed. Call E. JACKSON INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR USED Ph'.'378-5301 Ext. 41
475-2211 collect 4/12
ishing. Ceilings, crowfootedor 4tchg 1313 W. Madison Starke SELLING?
& Country Club, ready for
swirled, stucco & plaster BRASINGTON CADILLACAND
building on or for Investment.Lots PARTSFor
patching. Simulated brick or area approximately 1/2 WANTEDExperienced" gar- CONTACTGEORGE

stone finish on old or new acre and larger. Paved roads dener. Girl to do house work, < OLDS INC.
buildings. Ph. 7823896or only 3 minutes from town. could use high school senior. < ROBERTS Most Makes Of Cars'
782-3578. 4tchg 4/12 Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 Hours flexible. 533-2381. Itp
p.m. tfchg 24 Hr. Wrecker Service Gainesville, Fla. 704 S. Main St.LOTS.
BULLDOZING & Wheel trac- Residential And Charles. Zipperer
HELP WANTEDFull or part Hwy.' 301 N. Waldo
tor work by the hour or job. Commercial' Wiring AI.oclat.PHONE .
time, Jackson's Mlnit Market.

Keystone Goetzman Heights Brothers, Fla.garage Ph. horses FOR SALE2, 1 filly, I gelding.registered Stutz Only DEPENDABLE need ap- .Additional Outl.... 96f.7826 Phone 468.1998 ..... ....

473-3104 or 473-3183. 3tp camper topper, long wheel ply. Itp Air Conditioning 421 W. MADISON ST.

3/29 base. 13'8" stump-knocker Hookups 1f. .i!
fishing boat. Honda 50 mini WANTEDSnack bar help for Trailer Pole Meters SEW NAGMACHINE I
bike. Ph. 4734435. r 4tp weekends. Stuckey's, Highway 24-Hour Service PLANNING A TRIP?
WE GIVE SERVICEWe:: get 3/15 301. Ph. 964-5044. ltp .
results! List your propertyfor Phone 964-8641 LET US HELP! 5 ForMOBILE :
sale with Call FOR SALE
us. today. : 1951 Spartan W* Handle
Sales and Service
BILL POWELL, BROKER J : Trailer; air, carpet, I BR, EXPERIENCED cooks needed. !
964-6464 or 964-6810 tfchg bath, living room, kitchen, Apply In person at Garden EXOTIC CRUISESTo PFAFF ELNA : HOMES
furnished and clean. Quick Restaurant. 2tchg. 3/29 The New Home .
Sale. IOOO.--Phone 964- Keep your cool. CARRIBEANSAlso WHITE S Or Houses :
8696. Itp Airline Ticketsand .
LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast manent LABORERS position.WANTEDPer All Tours $49.50 up S Pick Yours From Over 100 Selections In One Of :
with DUCE X-ll Diet fluids Plan, $3.with RE-X- A.T. THOMAS benefits. Minimum startingrate Call 964-7449 : Six ((6)) Locations :
excess of $2.18 hour. Apply Parts & Repairs on .
Pel $3. Back Guarantee
,at Koch Money Drug. 12tp--4/5- REALTOR Southern Wood Piedmont Co. P.O. Box 226 N. TempleS all other make machinesNATIONAL S $15 Per Month Plus Interest :
964-5701 Nits 468-1753 Baldwin, Fla. 8 a.m. to 4 .

"ROOFING" Specializing in p.m. 4tchg 329I'IANTED r SAVE S -1 : WHY RENT? :
repairs and reroofing: All repairs 2 Br Frwne on large lot .
guaranteed 1 year. In City. New bathroom;$6,500 r FRED DAVIS : Phone 468-1551 Pr 96 .B331 :

Awnings Aluminum, Door Carports Hoods and, Patlc Gut- 2 Br Block with Gar. $6,500 I BUICK PONTIAC 611 W. Univ. Ave. :......................................r

ters. Roger's Upholstery, 3/4 GMC TRUCKS Gainesville, Flo.
mile North 301. 964-8350. 3 BR Block, Comer Lot$8,800 I ", A LITTLE RIDE CAN ..::Vfff.ffffffff.Vfiff::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: -:::::::::::::::::::::.-::::::::::::::;::::-m: ::::

4tp 3/29 3 BR Block in Town $12,500 SAVE YOU A L0ry7I 378.1355 NOTICER.O.
WANTED TO BUYold Gib- Now's the time to make a I I
HOME REMODELING JOBS son madolln & banjo, also cool deal on Carrier's fame GREEN COVE SPRINGS
2 BR & I BR, In Town $12,700
done; also small appliance Martin guitar. Write C. L. ous central air conditioning
work. Prompt service. Call Thornton, Pt, 4, Box 390, system! It's quality Central Machine 1 Simmons Equipment
3 In
9648087. 5tp 4/12 Saratoga Hgt, $17,400 Jesup, Ga. or call collect built to |give you the fin INSURANCEAT Tool Products
912-427-6697. 2tp 3/29 est cooling at low, low operating REDUCED RATES | Has Moved To Starke
3 BR Masonry, 11/2 bath, cost. Call today fora TOOL MAKERSDIE
WANTEDUsed furniture, refrigerators out of Town. 30% Down and free estimate and survey. AUTO, FIRE BOAT % si

washers.Dah- Good Terms BUYING U. S. Silver coins, DOYLE E. CONNER MachinistsTop MAKERS { i
mer's Discount House tfchg |1 All Your Poultry |
3 BR, 2 bath, carpets,drapes. any condition, 25% over face, INSURANCE AGENCY H.t. 54 Hour W..k
& 9 .
old coins coin collections
Built In stove. Nice. $19,750 9 1 a HO.plt.ll.stlonInsursnce.C1..n }
"WL NOW HAVE diamond nee-. wanted. Paying market price. Carrier I'll'Ilssill' Precision Air Condition |:1.1.Equipment Needs j jI 1j:

dies for any make or model :3 I BR, 2 bath, central heat/ Phone for appointment. J. R. 1 III IIIIIINII; 1 1J United Farm ShODCEI'ITRAL
stereo Bulllngton 964-7271 or 964-
Discount House tfchg $28,500 air, brick, carpets, drapes; 6250. tfchg Agency, Inc. MACHINE J' HOURS I
Sawjer-Slade Gas Reg. Real Estate Broker 8. TOLL PRODUCTS f r:: MONFRI.8to5 :|:::

ALL $4.93 records Modern 3 BR on 5 Acres, Gainesville, Fla. 1
long play
during March for only $2.98at Barn, fenced, close to town, ,.. 332 W. Madison Paul & Irene Faulkner Ph. 376-2533 i 317 E. Brownie. St.. Starke. Fla. f|'
5tchg Dahmer's 3/29 Discount. $29,000. HOUSES FOR SALE Starke, Fla. 206 S. Water Street m PIICXE 9C49646819.TPM |i

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FOR SALE- 3 bedroom brick BUY REAL ESTATE? Nylonize it. Cuts Cooling
FOR SALE house. Central heat & air, DavenportFence Call Us For Best Prices Costs.Free Guaranteed Estimates.5 Yrs. STARKE BUILDERS

double garage & utility room. Prospects Waiting Bortlett's Hylonli. A Complete Building Service
1 block of school. Terms, Co. tfchgRAY'S
Yl Acre, fenced & cross fenced lot, cleared. S. A. Shiver. KeystoneBox .... Gainesville 372-3571 Phone 964-5270 219 Washington\ St

High & Dry with rotes & shrubs started. 292, Ph. 473-3251. 2tp 3/29 Keystone Hgts. Starke Fla

12' wide, 2 bedroom mobile home with skirting POSTED SIGNS: Treatedto CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL

8' x 38' screened & paneled addition. NATIONAL mortgage company Chain Link ELECTRIC withstand weather- 2Q(each, $4.5 9
$2.25 doz. Special price on "The No Wox Floor"
has two four bedroom, 2
Cement walks & 18'
x Carport. bath homes for sale, on 1/2 Fence Residential larger quantities. Bradford Completely,Installed Compare Ar J6.50 P.rsq y*
Approved septic tank &. good well. acre wooded lots. Low down Commercial County Telegraph.

All in excellent Condition, $8500 Ph. 468-1304 payment. Call and see how RepairsAnd Industrial BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTURED
easy It is to own one of these
CONTACTHoward homes. Call collect Ocala 622- Stands, Desks, Chairs, HI LOW NYLON

8118. tfchg Licensed Bonded Safes.Bradford County Many Colon To Choose From $A 0 QTEic
Pursley New Fences Telegraph. < d> F.H.A. Specification

Free EstimatePh. Compl.t.ly In.lelled Over Bubb f Padding P" !0. yd.
North of Starke en Rd. 301 to Rd. 228 at FOR SALE- bedroom block

Maxvllle, then right to the sixth' rd. (Solomon Rd) turn home. Central heat and air. Robert DavenportPhone 473-3681 ADDING MACHINE!'. ROLLS. SHAG

rlhtto last place on right at end of payment. G. F. Wolfred, Jr.1240 Bland- File FOlders.complete line office 100". Continuous Fiu Nylon The Carpet With The Now LooM\
ing St., Starke. Phone 964-
Too Small supplies.The Telegraph, Many Color To Choose From
NAME 5504. 2tp 3/29 4732102 No Job $7e95
IS ON CARPORT Phone 964-6305. .
Completely Instilled Over Rubb r P ddtn. Per Sq. yd.


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