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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 29, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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An almost com-

plete reshuffling of

jobs of adminis-

trative personnel in Starke Hit

the Bradford school

system will be recommended -

to the On Internal

school board Tues-

sfi day, April 3, by

Supt Jim Temple.Only .
r a r,. 1 AccountingSix
= one new name, that
z.t of Jim Duncan as principal
: ir of Lawtey Elementary, has
been Introduced Into the trans-
recommendations to to the City Council.
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fers. Only positions left open
what Auditor Ned Scott
remedy Contained
if the school board approvesall in a report dated
the superintendent's rec-' terms "material weak- January 17, separate from the
nesses" in the Internal accounting -
ommendations are those of regular 1972 audit report, the
of the
h w procedures recommendations came to
the Brooker
clpalshlp assistant Elementary principal-prin- City of Starke have been made light at the March 20 city;

ship at the Bradford Middle council meeting. Councilman
School, and new post of coordinator Charles Schaefer asked the
of a Joint vo-tech WetDryElection council what it wanted to do
directorship between Bradford about the recommendations.The .

and Union Counties. recommendations, giv-
All transfers will be effective en to a committee of Coun-
after the current term cilmen Neil Tucker and Orie
Mrs. Lloyd Grlffls TUsplays: flat of huge Sequoia berries being shipped now from?Lawley. of school. Wiggins and Attorney George

No ultimatums have been Set Tu Se, Pierce for consideration, are: h

Issued and each Individual has 1) That all checks
received
Berries Bringing In DollarsSome been talked with, according to Bradford voters will havean dally should be deposited Intact -
Deputy; Supt. William Kilpat- opportunity, Tuesday, Ap- on the following business
rick who revealed the admin- ril 3, to decide the question

12,000 fiats of top 100 acres of big Sequoia ber- Wednesday. tey Wednesday afternoon. Quality Is expected to remain istration's recommendationsto of legalizing the sale of liquor day.That recommendation stems
quality; Bradford strawber- ries being shipped continuedto Grower-shipper L.M. ((Bud good if the weather holds and The Telegraph Wednesday in the county. from the fact that Auditor ScottIn
ries were shipped from the rise this week as growers dy) Norman said he was pick- "The weather Is almost perfect "- the big Sequoia berries have afternoon. The changes have Absentee ballots are avail- his report to the council
It's just right. also been cleared through Individual -
Lawtey market last week, continued to enjoy almost perfect ing 1,000 flats this week where Mtting proven to be good shippers.The school board able now; deadline for appli-
which meant $48,000 paid to weather.Quality; was down he picked 500-600 last week. The Norman-Morris Carter mem- cation of absentee ballots is
Carter-Norman
local farmers getttlng $4 per slightly Monday and Tuesdaydue shipping combination sent com- bers. 5 p.m. MondayAn Double
bination Is the only shipper First position mentioned by
flat. to Sunday's rain which "If the weather stays goodwe seven truck loads of berries election on whether or
didn't do ripe berries any ought to pick until May north last week. They sell of any volume operating in Kilpatrick was the Bradford not to legalize sale of whis- Charge?
Bradford
this which
Volume on Bradford's slim Norman from Law- Jacksonville longas County; year. High prlnclpalshlp in this
good, but was back up to par 1, said berries as Growers shipping with the Principal Charles Francis key historically "dry"
the price holds up, then county; was called February Should businesses using
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combine are Carter and Nor- will retain. was speculated -
Phil- 26, as required by law, after the toilet facilities
sent truck northward to same
man themselves, Lloyd Grlf- a change would be made.
adelphia, Pittsburgh, and !New 2,420 registered voters petitioned pay separate water bills
fis Oscar Carter Marcus
23rd ,
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Fair Middle School Principal RIchard the county com- and service
County York, Norman said. sewer charges -
Mosley Seeb Forsyth Ben
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Jockel will be transferred
Volume this week Is expected Morris mission. Law requires that ?
Eugene Starling, and to the central admin- election must be called The
to pick up to around Carl McKInley. an Starke City; Council
16,000 flats with berries not istrative office as director if one-fourth of the regis- decided 4-1 at its March
expected to reach peak pro- Strawberry has acreage declined in from recent curriculum and Instruction tered voters so request 20 meeting that they should.
duction for another week or years county-wide.; Present posi- Chairman Jimmy McRae
Opens Wednesday
a peak production of about tions of Elementary Super- (SEE PAGE 5))
10 days, if the good weather 300 acres when it was Bradrord's visor Lucille Payne and Se- voted Charles against Schaefer's Councilman motionto

..... holds. main farm money ma-
., ondary Supervisor C. C. An- charge both the State
Just five days remain before pected to attract 5,000 visitors derbill; county schools, Mrs. Price of berries to the farmer ker. In one week In 1938 six derson will be abolished, with Hurst'sWrist Farm Insurance office and
railroad of berries
cars were
the opening of the 23rd on opening days next Lucille Payne; RuralUrbanDay Is holding at $4 per flat, shipped from Lawtey. Jockel assuming those duties. the office of Attorney
annual Bradford County; Fair Wednesday, April 4. Harry Hatcher of the same as it was the first week. Mrs. Payne will be trans- Franklin Ritch, adjacent to
and Strawberry Festival ex- By far the biggest annual Starke Rotary Club; home division a ferred to Southslde Elemen- each other on Walnut Street
event In Bradford County, the Kathy Brown and cochairmen tary as coordinator of curri- across from the post office -
fair and surrounding activities Mrs. Lola Johnson, culum, with the responsibility a water bill and sew-
Is expected to draw 40,000 Mrs. Lucille Godwin, and Mrs. of Southslde, Hampton NearlyCut er service charge.
{jlJt k CIlrifrWoman' visitors, including Miss A- Eunice Moncrlef. and Brooker Elementary The two offices share a
merica, during its four day Miss Donna Prevatt 1972 Schools, about 850 students. common rest room.
run April 4-7, next Wednes- Strawberry Queen and daugh-, Mrs. Bernlce Bateman, pre- OffFormer The council's decisionwas
through Saturday. Miss based on its recent
day
sent first grade teacher at
and Mrs. J. T.
Mr.
of
America will be at the fair ter Starke Elementary, will be Starke Mayor Carl ruling that apartmentdwel-
Prevatt Jr. of Starke will
on Thursday this year, a w named to the same position Hurst Is making an excellent lers using common meterbe
the 23rd
tl i change from her four pre- officially fair at open II Wednes-annual : at SE, with responsibility also recovery after nearly sever- charged a separate wa-
a.m. his left wrist in fall ter bill and service
.y vious opening day appearances. for Lawtey Elementary, ing a sewer
when she
day snips a red
I S wj a total of 850 students. on a broken whiskey bottle charge. It took some discussion -
ribbon. Florida Commissioner
\ .. A great deal of Interesthas March 20. to determine whe-
been displayed by local of Agriculture Doyle Con- g r { y .,..rG3Yrg Connie Clark, presently supervisor A wrecker service opera- ther common toilet facilities -
citizens In the 1973 fair, and ner, a Bradford native, and of vo-tech education tor, Hurst was attemptingto also would net separ-
Club all expectations are that it Rep. Frank Williams of District will be transferred to wench a moving van from ate charge for water and
should be one of the most 25 are expected to fly Bradford High In charge of a ditch in the Lawtey area sewer facilities
Country Buffet successful the 23 year his- from Tallahassee for open- pupil personnel services, a about 1 am. last Tuesday.His "Double for the same

tory of Bradford fairs, according Ing ton day Chiles ceremonies.has said Sen he Law- (SEE PAGE 5)) wrecker kept slippingand bathroom is going a little
DINNER to Fair Association will he went across a fenceto too far," stated McRae In
President Arthur Gasklns. attend if he Is In the area. er. get a log placed under his dissenting opinion
Saturday, Mar. 31 State Sen. Bob Saunders has I s the wheels and stop the skid-
Serving Begins 5:30 "Without the wholehearted also been invited to attend. a Woman ding. r
: U. S. Don listed four checks signed by
,
effort, support and dedication Rep. Fuqua de- On his back to the
Take Out Plate* of all the people of Bradford clined because of previousSEE Bilked Of wrecker carrying way a log Hurst Adro Brown a former meter
Available County, and especiallyour t reader, totaling $160 and dated -
( PAGE 5)) r .E a eltner tripped or stepped
committee chairmen, our $325 Cash"It's Into a hole. Turning loose as far back as July 1971
MenuBaked t.' which Included In the
were
fair could not have attainedthe of the log and bracing himself
prominence and successit In the darkness for the fall count of cash on September
Ham the age old story,
D Places 30, 1972.
Co.
Fried Chicken has reached today, Gas- said Bradford Sheriff Dolph with his hands Hurst fell
2) That after bank accounts
Chicken & Rice kins states, expressing his Reddish when told how a on a whiskey bottle from
have been reconciled each
appreciation to the many vol- 3rd In State /
broken
Cole Slaw Lima Beans Brooker woman was bilked which the top was
month list of returned
a
unteers, committee chairmen of $325 cash in Gainesvillelast and a jagged edge left.
Rr'p
Black Eye Peas and organizations that work Rifle MatchStarke's week The resulting laceration checks be prepared and sub-
on a promise of
Home Made Biscuics for the fair. mitted to the city; council for
severed all
comparative great riches. ligaments, mus-
Collards Relish Trays All exhibit space has been local National cles, arteries, and the main review and action.
Coffee Tea sold out as of this week after Guard unit, Co. D 53rd Spt Annie Bell Hill of Brooker nerve In Hurst's left wrist. That comment stems from
last minute cancellations third In told Gainesville Police the the fact that 20 checks total-
were Bn. high
CobblersAdults placed a r Apex of the vee-shaped cut
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resold, according to Mrs.Lillian power rifle match with other --kq,, men approached her on the Is at the point where a Ing $2,459 and all over three
$2.00Children Pearson chairman of the units from the state and plac- sidewalk In front of the First watch Is normally worn and months old were included In
$1.25 exhibit sales.Chairmen ed third, March 18. National Bank at 104 North goes upward toward the elbow. the September bank reconciliation
heading 1973 com- SP5 Terry Hardee, one of Main Street In Gainesvilleand for the Utility Revenue
Starke mittees are: educational exhibits the seven member Starke Back breaking work Is made easier with this cart said theyhadfound$10,000The John Diggs and Fred Smith Fund. Clerk Merrill Edwards
Woman's Club and clubs, Mrs Lillian team, was chosen to be a which the picker kicks down the furrow with his foot, pair reportedly offered applied a tourniquet to Hurst'sarm said all the returned e checks
Walnut & Jefferson Pearson; premium book, Mrs. member of the state team to leaving both hands free to fly through the big berry Mrs. Hill a large bill In wrapped and around Hurst held the cut a towel until had been made good except
Winifred Glenn; Strawberry compete In the Third Army bushes. exchange for some loose for four totaling $1,342 from
c-.t Queen pageant, Mrs. Linda Area with other states A- cash. bleeding was stopped at the a city; business firm which
Lawson; arts and crafts, Rev. pril 78. Other members of CORRkCTIOM Mrs. Hill said she gave Bradford County Hospital. had suffered 111 circumstances.
the; (Community!! J. C. Brown; agricultural pro the Starke team were SSGF. the pair $325 In cash and Three and one-half hours Edwards said efforts were

9tatr lankA ducts superintendent, Paul C. M. Stephens, SSG C. H. Malcolm Sanders, a resi- headed "You Can't Fight received nothing in return. of surgery followed from being made to pay oft those
Hutchins; beef cattle superin- Hutcheson SP4 M. W. Rho- dent of Water Street In Starke, City; Hall". "People should not believe 4 a.m. to 7:30: a.m. In Ala- checks. .

_N_ ... ... U. tendent, Harvey Smith; prizes den F. L. Tomllnson, L. U. was Incorrectly Identified promises of riches from chua General severed Hospital lead-to 3) Signatures should not be I
T. 120. -. and ribbons, Bobby Tay- Morgan, and Freddie Siem- as Malcolm Lewis in The The Telegraph apologizes strangers," says Sheriff Reddish repair nerves secured on checks In advance:
/..... "-i.ny lor; horse show, Robert Un- er. Telegraph's March 22 article for the mistake. (SEE PAGE 5) (SEE PAGE 5) !


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Anniversaries Partin Birthdays yfae" 9 Rectal; 9 ide 0&ie *JVewb 'Club Wedding. '.rj. :"



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ADK Program Woman's Club Luncheon Given


Views Schools, LL"LIQ c. q.tf Buffet Dinner For Mrs. Hurst

w ) Past and PresentAlpha Cf..t,., CtaG" Set For March 31 Mrs. Clyde Sinclair was
hostess at a luncheon Satur-

The Starke Woman's Club day at her home on E. Call
Gamma chapter of Country Buffet Street honoring her sister,
will have a
Alpha Delta Kappa held Its ..S;.+Y1C as' Scotch Foursome Dinner Saturday night March Mrs. N. K. Hurst, of Indiana-

regular monthly meeting Mon- 31, from 5:30: to 8:30: p.m. polls, Ind.Arrangements.
day night, March 19, at the 7 y Tourney DelayedUntil at the club house with take- of spring flowers -
home of Mrs. Evelyn Sinclair In
available. were used the party
out plates
with Mrs. Ernestine McRaeas April 1 rooms for the occasion.The .
W ff co-hostess. The program during the din- 18 guests were seat..
Mrs. Gladys Thomas pre- Due to the rainy weather ner will feature Sylvia Reddish ed at the dining room table
sented a program on Our the Scotch Foursome Tour- soloist, accompanied by and at three card tables.
SchoolsYesterday and To ney, which was to be held Mrs. Hazel Fisher of Gainesville -
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day. She compared a record- last Sunday, has been post- pianist, and guitar and
Ing of the old familiar tune poned until Sunday, April 1. violin soloists. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin
"School Days" with a new Tee-off time Is still at 1:30 Tickets are available from were In Orlando on bus-

Form Bureau Auxiliary Women version.T. {).m. with the entry fee being club members or at the door. iness Monday and Tuesday
L. Casey gave an inter- rkh lt $1.50. Couples who had
esting history of the schoolsin u already made reservations
Hold District Meeting Here Bradford County, beginningwith I .. ,_ will automatically be Included
rtw
the 1890's. He gave an .+, a unless cancellation Is
requested -
"Legislative Involvement"was Mrs. Holtsclaw said that evaluation of education as to .weaw r... raw.. S+IIi 3s-F.t through the pro shop.

the main thrust of a the Farm Bureau Women's where we have been, wherewe There will be an "adult" LAST WEEK
Florida Farm Bureau Federation Program Is the best tool are now and the opportunities FINISHING TOUCHAdding dinner following the tourneyat
District Women's Meet- available for wives of farmers we have for developmentand 6:30: p.m. Tickets for -
Ing held at 10 a.m. Wednesday and ranchers to band togetherand progress in the future. the finishing touchto to water. The ladles are Mrs. the dinner are $2.50, and HMMH HHMMIHMHH HMMMi MMBHHBMMMHMMi M
March 14, at the Holiday work for the bettermentof It was pointed out that the drug the renovation of the Nell Griffin, Mrs. Leila Mun- you need not play In the
Inn In Starke. agriculture In Florida. problem wts: a concern in Starke Woman's Club Is an dy, Mrs. Ted Johns, Mrs. golf tourney to come and
Pictured attending the "Farming ,Is a family voca- 1895. Top teachers' yearly attractive landscaping Job enjoy the dinner. Reserva- The Great
meeting are (from left): tion and we need to become salary was $142 in the early which the special Grounds Anne Hamilton, and Mrs. Liz tions may be made by calling -
Mrs. F.L. Watterson, Mrs. active In an organizationthat 1900's. Committee worked last week Nasworthy, the pro shop, 964-5441
G.T. Huggins, G.T. Huggins will help preserve this President Lucille Payne by Saturday, March 31.
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president of the Bradford proud American way of life," presided over the business -- -- -- General meeting of the

County Farm Bureau, Mrs. she said.A meeting which included discussion bJ Starke Golf and Country Club Sewing
A.H. Harley, and Mrs. James of plans for attend- jp. Women are held at 8 p.m.
Casklns. statewide, In-depth safety ing the ADK International Con- tvrM on the first Monday of each
The meeting was conductedby survey being conducted jointly vention In Miami In July. A month. Wives of all membersare
Mrs. Virgil Holtsclaw by the Florida Farm Bureau report was given of the Dis- Invited to attend. Machine
of Trenton, State Women Federation, the American trict Two meeting held In
Committee member for District Farm Bureau Federation, Fernandina Beach. r Bake SaleThe
IH; Mrs. Marge Karker, and the National Safety Councilwas Mrs. Ruth Frazier gave a
FFBF Staff Coordinator for discussed. devotional appropriate to the p.I
District m Includes Brad- Ladles Auxiliary of the
the Women's Program; and spring season. Sale
Ed Shadd, FFBF field man ford and eight other Northeast Delicious refreshments featuring Bradford County Volunteer
will have a
Florida counties. Fire Department
for District m. the St. Patrick's Day
theme, were served by the 1 bake sale Saturday, March
hostesses. 31, in front of Stans' Booteryon ....
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Outlined At t Hospital AuxiliaryFrank Mrs. David Canova : .. DUPLICATE BRIDGE 1- ::2\

O. McClendon of ree LaNier; ; president-elect /Is Honor GuestAt CLUB RESULTS J'T; ;; ,, I IJ
Jacksonville, Assistant Pro- Mrs. M. A. Baldwin; first ,. 4 j.k Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs.G. ',0 > ,

ject Director and Field Supervisor vice-president, Mrs. Louise Stork Shower .e ? .' 1 J. McGrtff Sr. were the t "'....-. 'I"O. {-S', r-"'
of the Departmentof Kite; second vice-president, .S.. winning couple at Duplicate /
Public Safety, Florida Seven Miss Lillian Stump; record- Mrs. David Canova was '$ Bridge Club Tuesday night I/ ::: >'<;'
County EMC Project, was ing secretary, Mrs. L. A. complimented at a stork shower S ,. t where there were five tablesIn 1.1 5 .e."j' 1 ,.
the speaker at the Bradford Canova; corresponding secretary last Friday night at the .. J1' play. T. A. Sundem and {;!J :
Mrs. George Canova J. O. Gay with "
County Hospital Auxiliary home of Mrs. Mrs. Edward Burns were second I
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meeting Monday night in Me- ; treasurer, Miss Arthur- Mrs. W. H. Haas, Mrs. M. BodreeSoundersEngagement/ and Mrs. Hilda Dey and .. ..... .
thodist Fellowship Hall. ine Blanchard. The officers A, Payne and Mrs. J. V. Brown Fuller Mrs. RheaJohnson were third. ;;; "

Mrs. Charles Darby, pro- will be Installed at the April Crosby as cohostesses.The t Told - - .
gram chairman, presented 23 meeting. refreshment table was Date Set May 3 IIIT
Ralph Bryan, chairman of the During the social hour and covered with a lace cloth over Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Mrs. Ii. H.Surrencyofflaw- :

County Commissioners, who discussion I refreshmentswere green linen, and centered with Baldree of Starke announcethe Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. thorne spent Wednesday to -- -- ,,
gave a review of the emergency served by Mrs. Maxie an arrangement of pink aza- of their daughter Brown of Starke announce the Sunday with her soninlawand
Carter Sr. and Mrs. Leo- Crosby presidedat engagement and Mrs.G. .
medical care program leas. Mrs. Cheryl! Uenise, to James engigementa' and approaching daughter, Rev.
that Bradford County is entering nard Harris. the punch bowl which was L. Harper.
of their
Chalker Saunders, Jr., son marriage of daughter,
Into. He Introduced Mr. encircled with azaleas. Rev and Mrs. James Saunders Donna Kay, to Anthony Lynn SAVE $92.OO
McClendon who showed films The hostesses presented the Mrs. Esma Yongue of Fairfield -
of Penney Farms.A Fuller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
on "Sirens In the Night" and Birthday Party honoree with a baby nursingset has been visiting Mr.
June wedding Is planned. Cleveland F. Fuller of Huntsville -
talked on the potential effect as a memento of the oc- Ala. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell for OFF REG. PRICEThe

the system will have In Brad For Mrs. Sale casion. Miss Brown Is a 1972 gra- two weeks.
ford County. The system whenIt Among the 27 guests attend- Stork Shower duate of Lee High School In Golden TOUCH & SEW' machine with carrying
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goes Into effect by mid- Mrs. W. .B. Mundy gave a ing between the hours 7:30: /In Honor Huntsville, and attended Santa case Features the exclusive Singer push-button,
S. Given
Mrs.
will be extended to an and 9 o'clock were
summer surprise birthday dinner last Fe Community College, front drop-in bobbin, a full range of stretch and fash-
S. L.
eight county area including L. Peek, Jr., Mrs. 1he
Thursday night for Mrs. Guy Of Mrs. Brewer Gainesville Old1t/ma
Bradford County. Residents Peek, Sr. and Mrs. L. A. ion stitches, plus the soft-touch fabric feed system
Sale at the Sale home on Mr. Fuller is a 1971 grad-
within the area will have Canova. of Lee School and
Lake. uate High
trained medical help and aid Kingsley Mrs. Gary Brewer was hon- 750576COLEMAN'S
attended Jacksonville State SEWING
The eight guests attending ored at a stork shower recently -
within minutes of their call
included members of the family Pack 513 given by Mrs. P. T. University In Jacksonville,
by dialing one number which Cub t CENTER
will be set up throughout the and close friends. Cen- Nolin, Mrs. John D. Johns, Ala.The ) tf

area.During the business meet- tering silver the candelabra dining table with pink wasa Plans BanquetCub J.Mrs.O. O.Gay E.at Crosby the home and of Mrs.the on May wedding 3 at 7 will p.m.be at held the p 2C 138 E. Cull Street Starke. "'lu.We .

tapers. latter. First Presbyterian Church Inlluntsville have a credit pan| designed to fit your budget.We .
Ing presided over by the pre- Scout Pack 513 will with the Rev Don-
refreshment table was also have a liberal trade-in policy.Plione90t96t8.il .
The
sident, Miss Lillian Stump, have their annual Blue and ald B. Bailey officiating 'What single girls are seeking I
lace cloth .... !
covered with a o- ...fI
given. 2APW.OVEO
annual reports were UDC To Meet Gold banquet on March 29 linen and centered Friends are invited to at- I Is a husband with a fat i I ,
Mrs. Mary Moore was wel- at 7:30: p.m at the South- ver green of pink tend. ,wallet and a slim stomach." I .MOII OEAl.1 A Trademark 01( THE SINGER| COMPANY
member with an arrangement
comed as a new side Elementary cafeteria.
bringing the membership up W.T. Weeks Chapter, UDC, Theme for the program will azaleas. The punch bowl at
to 102 members. Plans were will meet with Mrs. E. L. be, "What Is a Cub Scout." one end of the table was encircled -
discussed for the Auxiliary Matthews on Wednesday, April Den 2 will have the opening with a garland of a-
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hamburger booth at the County 4, at 3:30: p.m. with Mrs. ceremony, there will be a zaleas. 4
Fai next week. J. H. Fields and Miss Madge guest speaker, and Den 4 will Among the 20 guests attend- @ /
hours 7:30
the
Miss Stump reported that Mlddleton as co-hostesses. have the closing. All Scouts ing between :
thehonoree'smother i
cubicle curtains, a tractor, and their families are invit- and 9 p.m. were
Mrs. Don Patray and
22 bed lamps, 25 mattresses ,
ed to attend.
22 overbed tables, a red Kinnaird-M ullis grandmother, Mrs. L. O. Ha-
dogwood tree and five aza- Head StartI'arent4 zen.The %
hostesses presented the
lea bushes have been purchased To :Meet
by the Auxiliary for Mr. and Mrs James H. honoree with a baby car seatas H LE
the hospital for the total of KInnaird announce the engagement The Bradford County Head a memento of the occasion.

$6,213.25 during the past year. of their daughter, Start Parent Group is sched- .
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Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, chair- Deborah Ann, to James W. uled to meet Tuesday, April J
and 3, at 7:30 p.m. in the RJE
man of the nominating com- Mullls, Jr., son of. Mr. The Mary-Martha circle of
mittee, presented the follow- Mrs. J. W, Mullls, Sr., all School in Starke, accordingto the First Christian Church 9
ing slate of officers for the of Starke. the CUBB office. met at the home of Mrs. 141
Wedding plans will be announced All parents of children in
coming year which were accepted Ayers Thursday night of last
: president Mrs. Loy- later. the Head Start Program are week. 9
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Dr. II. H. Adams and ClydeB.
Terwillegar, Jr. returned
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mengof Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wil BALDWIN
t .. Sunday after a two weeks golf
liams of Jacksonville
St. Petersburg Beach visIted are visiting -
p- trip to the Southern coast of
_' their parents, Mr. and their son-in-law and + Spain.
..... Mrs. Paul Meng and Mr. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.J. T.
.-... ...A. Mrs. E. L. Matthews, over Carver, this week.
Mr.
and Mrs. Marlon Harrington -
the weekend. Mrs. Elizabeth Goldwire of and family and Miss CHEVY- OLDS

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mon- Waycross, Ga. Is spendingthis Valarie Pabst of Daytona
crlef visited Mrs. Sybil Bettsin week with Mr. and Mrs. Beach spent the weekend with
Quincey over the weekend. Gilbert Goldwire. Mr. and Mrs. C.N.Christy ,

.,
'. Mrs.: Vergie Flynn returned Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cros-
Mr. and.Mrs. Barney Mc- Friday after two weeks visIt by Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Chevelle
Rae, Mrs. Betty Crawfordand with Mrs. M. O. Nelson David Burnsed spent Thurs-
AI Harley were guestsof and relatives in Mobile, Ala. day to Sunday with Mr. and
Dr. and Mrs. McRae, Jr. Mrs. Wilton Banks and Mr.
In Lake City Saturday nightat Mr. and Mrs. George W. and Mrs. N. R. Hardy in
a steak cookout dinner. Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. Pompano Beach, and Mr. and
Larry M. Stoner in Ocalaon Mrs. Lamar Crosby in Na-
& Mr. and Mrs. David Chris- Sunday. ples. SALE
topher and daughters of Fitz-
,I} Mrs. Tom Kessler, the former -
gerald, Ga. spent the weekend Mrs. James Barron was a N
j4h.,,.. with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Karen Patz,recently gra- luncheon guest of her aunt,
B. "t.;;" 't. Dinkins. duated from the UF Schoolof Mrs. Lula White, In Gaines-
.
Nursing. Mr. and Mrs. ville Tuesday of last week.
Kessler have moved to Orlando -
Cindy Mitchell representsthe
Matt Herres models torStump's
where Mi s. Kessler is Strawberry Patch in the Miss Trish Myers of Wesleyan -
a striped slacks and
shirt in working at the Florida Hospital Junior Woman's Club Spring College Is home on
the recent
Spring
Fashion Show. The pants are and Mr. Kessler is attending Fashion show wearing a pant spring vacation this week.
100 percent Polyester with 1 Florida Technical suit of 100 percent pastel print
wide belt loops complimented University. with button front shirt. Douglas Seymour of Tampaand
by'the Navy Italian knit Mr. and Mrs. Edward - Hallle Seymour of Gainesville -
shirt with white pockets and 4 Schwab of Merritt Island, Ed- were home for the week-
collar. die Schwab of Gainesville,Mr. end.

_ _ and Mrs. John Anderson, Sr.
c of Callahan, and Mr. and Mrs. .
Anderson, Jr. of Jacksonvillewere e1
guests of Mrs. Myrtle w p
and Otto
James
Mr. Mrs. Anderson during the weekend. r
of Seminole were weekend
guests of Mrs. L. A. Canova Nancy and Greg Gay of Mars '
and relatives. 11111 College, N. C. will be \
home Thursday for ten days
Mrs. S. E. Reyes of Jacksonville spring vacation.
spent the weekend ASK ABOUT CHEVELLE LAGUNA!
with her mother, Mrs. J. S. Mrs. Donna Patray Brewer
Sapp. graduated from the University
of Florida on March 17 witha r
THE CAR WITH
Suzanne and Sandra John- Bachelor degree in Educa- e :
son of Live Oak spent the tion.
weekend with their grandmother :
Mrs. J. D. Odom, Jr. Ann Greene is wearing a r ALL THE RIGHT ANSWERS!
They all attended the ice showat navy and white spring out- i iIM
the Coliseum Sunday after- fit from Leila's at the Jun-

noon. ior Fashion Woman's Show. Club Spring f INCLUDING THE RIGHT PRICE

Robert Green will return put
- - -
home Friday after undergoing )
surgery last Thursday in the t yourfoot
WE HAVE SEVERAL MODELS
Gainesville VA Hospital. Miss Madge Middleton,Mrs.
John Miller, and Mrs. E. L.

Mr. and Mrs.S. W. Hamilton Matthews spent Wednesdaywith TO CHOSE FROM INCLUDING
and son,Jim, visited Mr. Mrs. Mae Jones in Jack- down ,
and Mrs. Mark Hamilton and sonville.

family weekend.in Tampa over the Steve Walker of Fort Lau- for 2 DOOR AND 4 DOOR MODELS

derdale was last Wednesday RAND:
Among those attending the overnight guest of Mr. and AND WAGONS .
ice show at the Coliseum over Mrs. J. H. Moncrief. brandof
the weekend were: Mr. and your
Mrs. J. A. Braswell, Mrs. Stanford Hurst of Atlantawas
Bobby Crawford, Steve Craw- a Monday visitor of Mrs.N. looks Chevelle Has Been Around For Almost
ford, Al Harley, Mrs. Caro- K. Hurst and Mrs. Clyde

lyn Gerle Redgrave, Miss ,Diane Mrs.Thomas Shellie, Sinclair. THE \10 Years Now A nd Its A W on derfull

Wayne Kinney, Mrs. Betty Miss Denise Winkler visited DeVane's Sta- y
Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. E. and Mrs. James Montu- Eagle puts EASTER
Mr.
cey Denmark in a Cinderella Q Car In Every Respect Easy To Park
L. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. ror in Tampa Tuesday. pant suit with,a yellow check _
Bob Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. and wide notched lapels. LOOK., ,
Mark MlIner"Bobby.\illner, Mr;-"and Mrs.W. M. Law- top '
Carol Hardy,i Miss Madge son and Mr. and Mrs. Bud - - - And Even Easier To Get Out Of; WiffiBig :
Mlddleton, Mrs. John Miller, Duke of Auburndale were Sun-
and their families. day visitors of Mrs. H. A. The Telegraph regrets that
Lawson In Bradford County it was stated Mrs. Francis Doors That Are Light W And
Local admittances to Brad- Hospital, and the Lawson families. Egan was a patient in Bradford $17.99. TO gt.
ford County Hospital this week County Hospital. The item I-
include: Mrs. Alma Leurck, should have read that $.21.00STIJMP'S Of Head Room
Mrs. Matilda Gatlin, Fred Evelyn Sinclair, Denise Mr. Francis Egan was a pa- Plenty
Spencer, Daniel L. Kite, Mrs. Winkler, Doris Overstreet, tient.
Methel Green, Mrs. Laura Bill Brown, Sandy Sanderson,
Goolsby, Mrs. Linda Adkins, Martha Dennis, and Rebecca THE BRADFORD .
and Mrs.Josie Minton,Starke; McMillan of FSU are home COUNTY TELEGRAPH 'S0If
Lonnie Teston and Mrs.Nancy this week for Spring vaca-
Starling, Lawtey; Mrs Janice tion. Published every Thursdayat
Batts, Keystone Heights;Russell 138 W. Call Street For
Your
Williams, Hampton; and Miss Evelyn Sinclair was Starke, Florida 32091 Looking
Charles J. Hilliard, Raiford. visiting friends in Fort Lau-
derdale and Orlando last week. Second Class postaHu paidat
Dr. Jean Mundy of FSU is Starke, Florida
spending this week during Rev. and Mrs. John Flynn The Right Car With
spring break at the Mundy and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Subscription Rates:
cottage on Kingsley Lake. She Thomas attended the Lenten In trade area: $6.00 per
.; also attended a Therapeutic service at St. Mark's Episco- year; $3.50 six months '
Recreation Workshop Mem- pal Church in Palatka last Outside trade area: $7.00 Dent. Store he Right Kind Of Room
phis, Tenn. Monday and Tues- Thursday night where Rev. per year: $4.00 six months 135 E. Call St.
day. Flynn was speaker.


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Berry Queen Title Sought Starke Awaits Engine ReportPossibility I



I of saving some Worthington's bid was accepted Albert Lee Crosby to the city ber of the City Pension Board
$80,000 of Worthington Cor- on the condition that zoning board. Crosby replaces -Backed up the Zoning
CoedsFive poration's $835,205 bid on a ways be found to cut costs Delano Thomas who resigned Board's approval of rezoning
8 new power plant generatorwas by the city doing part of the 18 acres on Temple Avenue
By revealed by Councilman work In altering the power -Was told by Councilman south for a Kamp Groundsof
Nell Tucker at the March 20 plant building for the new Schaefer that paving work has America trailer and camp.
Starke council meeting. 3,300 KW unit. been started on Parker and er park.
Tucker said he had beenIn -Agreed that a resident fined
Wilson had managed to cut Powell Streets.
additional entries ford High School and Is spon- Miss Donna Prevatt, daugh- of Bradford County and between touch with Electrical Engineer the building cost by abouta -Referred to the Safety $1 for parking Illegally on
sored by the Dairy Queen. of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.riir the ages of 16 and 21. Street in front of
bringing the total to eight, ter Ed Wilson and thata third, or $30,000 from the Committee and Attorney Court Jimmy
The ladles will be judg-
Miss Debbie Lewis young
16. Sun
report may be ready by $91,000 figure Included in the George Pierce Zoning Board Moore's Sports shouldbe
daughter of .Mrs Bean A. ed on natural beauty only-
interpreted to Include next council meeting on Tuesday bid price Tucker told the Chairman L. M. Gaines pro- refunded his money.Moore's .
Reed Lewis figure
Lewis and the late -
face and April 3, at 7 p.m. In council. It may also be pos- posal that a city ordinancebe boat sales businessand
Is sophomore at Brad- hair personality
a
customers have to almost
city hall. sible to save another $50,000 passed requiring mobile
ford High School. She Is spon- poise. park in the street due to lim-
Judging will be made by eliminating portions of the homes in the city' be tied
sored by Stan's Bootery. on
Miss Toni Whitt, 18, Is the appearance in swimsuit, eve- planned electrical work. down. The group was to meet ited space the council noted,
My Neighbors and that resident shouldn'thave
The the 3
April
council hopes to financethe and report at
sportswear, and
daughter of Mrs. Hazel R. ning gown been fined when other
Whltt of Brownlee Road. A street clothes. II v b new generating unit without meeting.
MAi !
A -Swore In Asst. Police Chief violations in the same spot
another bond issue. large
Master of ceremonies
will
sophomore at Santa Fe Jun- be Orange Park Attorney John ": 1' down payment from utility Bill Chambers as anew mem were overlooked. *'
ior College she Is sponsoredby ; ] { \
Terwlllcgar Motors. Miss Kopelousos. J-J'v system revenue funds is plan-
Whitt is the recent winnerof % Entertainment will be pro- \,.. ... ..l, \ ..."/, ned with the remainder of the
{We Mow It
/ Palatka's Azalea Queen ti- vided by Miss Carol Hardy. J""'! .. funds being secured from a You Grow It -
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Sepcial guests will be former local lending institution.In .
tle.Miss Brenda Holmes, 16, strawberry queens. 'ft. other action Tuesday LAWN MOWING
is that daughter of Mr. and KIP The Starke Junior Woman's l .. ::';- March 20, the council:
Mrs. John A. Holmes and a Club is again sponsoring the "- -Referred to the Utility SERVICEEdging
f junior at Bradford High pageant with Mrs. Jim Law- 1f .., 'p Committee a request by the
School.Miss Holmes is sponsored son as chairman. Bradford County Volunteer
n Fire Department that the city And Shrubbery Trimming
waive usual charges for tap-
Rachel Williams Vj7O:: if-.. ping In water and sewer con- ContactSTEVE
Debbie Lewis nections to the new fire house
"lie should be stoppedthe THOMAS
the firemen are building near
have been received for the Prevatt, Jr., of Starke will M 1 poor birds have to bathe the county courthouse.
annual Bradford County crown the new strawberry 1I I In that same water." -Approved appointment of Phone 964-7415, 8 A.M. 5:30: P.M.UT1.
Strawberry Queen Contest set queen in the show arena at 4r
next Thursday April 7, at the fairgrounds at the climaxof l
8 p.m. In conjunction with final judging which beginsat
the Bradford County Fair and 8 p.m. Saturday.
Strawberry Festival. Entrants must be residentsL.
They are:
Miss Kathy Brown, 17,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Kathy .

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Nan Previous Tomllnson entries, sponsored are: Miss by ii11 Sale! Men's Permanent Press
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Miss Linda Buckley sponsored STRIPE IT RICH Ribbed
by the Bradford County cotton knit in bright sea
Brown Telegraph, and Miss Sallye going stripes shapes an easy. "They have pills that will
Meng sponsored by Colonial going turtleneck top By cure almost anything except
White Stag it's styled with
Robert Allen Brown. Miss Florist. I cutaway shoulders and an the watusi i. the frug and the I UNIFORM SETS
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School Wet-Dry VoteFROM City Audit_


Shuffle ( PAGE J 1) (FROM PAGE 1) submitting them. In addition, Ing control. In the perfor- "Our study and evaluationof
it is recommended that all mance of most control pro the city's; system of inter-
The Starke Jaycees spon- of the preparation of the overtime hours be approved by cedures, errors can result nal accounting control for the
(FROM PAGE 1) sored the drive to the checks. Having one or both
secure someone other than the department from misunderstanding of Instructions year ended September 30,
guidance ,,YT w Individual petitions, saying of the required persons signa head. mistakes of judg- 1972, which was made for the
position, but with t.a they wanted the citizens to check before it has been
county-wide; # 6) The present accounting ment, carelessness, or other purpose set forth In the first
responsibility; for have a right to vote on the prepared negates the purposeof
the F machine is Inadequate for the personal factors.Control pro- paragraph above, was not designed -
dance testing'program andgul-i; question. The election called the policy requiring two needs of the city.; It is recommended cedures whose effectiveness for the purpose of expressing -
function. and the petitions approved signatures on each check, the
,
C. C. that steps be taken depends upon segregation of an opinion on inter-
pervlsor Anderson present r r ( the Jaycees withdrew from auditor said. to secure a new machine duties can be circumventedby nal accounting control and it
of secondary educa- 7 further activity In the wet- 4) All employees should take
tion ; '.;'t ; capable of handling billing and collusion. Similarly, con- would necessarily discloseall
has _
agreed to compulsory Thereare
vacations.
the accept : : ll dry Issue. other record keeping faster trol procedures can be weaknesses In the sys
assistant directorship of )t Two questions will be decided two reasons for this recommendation -
and However
.
the > rI more efficiently.Scott circumvented Intent- tem. such study and
vo-tech
complex both secondary on the Tuesday ballot: Scott said: 0)) with Purvis, Gray and ionally by managementwith evaluation disclosed the following -
and adult education. J)) Whether or not to legal- for internal control purposes -
Company of Gainesville said conditions that believe
we -
respect either to the
That will leave the central ize the sale of liquor In the It is good to have one employee's -
office he will be available at thecouncll's execution and recording of to be material weaknesses. -
staff with
duties
only three performed by
county "
;
convenience to dis- .
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transactions
I or with
personnel concerned with instruction another employee two weeks
KIlpatrick .. out of and (2) cuss any of the recommendations respect to the estimatesand Schaefer, a freshman coun-
points ",. 2)) If a voter opts for legalized every year; The council committee
out: he, Temple, and Jockel. sale, a second ques- It is not wise to have any is expected to its- Judgements required in cilman serving Just since last
Lennard Register, present tion asks whether the voter position so dependent on one recommendations report the preparation of financial October, asked what the coun-
Principal of Hampton Elemen favors sale by the drink or person that he is unable to comments on next the Tues-auditor's statements. Further, projectIon cil Intended to do, If any-
tary, will go to Bradford Mid- would limit sales to the pack- take a vacation. of any evaluation of. Internal thing, about the auditor's re-
3
April at the
next
day
,
dle School 5)) reg- accounting control to commendations. He drew
as principal, replacing Ir age only. Weekly time sheets shouldbe ular a
meeting.
Jockel. i; Bradford is one of 10 remaining approved by the persontee Auditor Scott prefaced his future periods is subject to heated statement from Chair-
Jesse Moore present assistant "dry" counties In six recommendations by stat- the risk that the proceduresmay man Jimmy McRae:
principal of Hampton the state 57 counties are become Inadequate because "It seems one councilman
; ing, In writing:
Elementary, will go to Brad- "wet." Last wet-dry vote was opposes legalized sale, "We have examined the financial of changes in condi- wants to get a little publi-
ford # : tions, and that the degree of city out of this," McRae said.
High as assistant prin held In 1961 when the bid for Williams says, on moral statements of the City
cipal. ; compliance with the proce- "I'm talking to you, Mr.
legal sales was turned down
grounds, on the grounds thatit of Starke for the year ended dures deteriorate. Schaefer!
Tom may
Casey, former by 285 votes 1,577 against and
super- cost the county; money to September 30, 1972 and have
intendent and now teacher at 1,292 for the proposal.
patrol liquor stores. Issued our report thereon dated -
BMS, will go to Hampton Nobody is predicting how
If Bradford County; would January 17, 1973. As a
Elementary as principal. many of the county's 6,858 vote wet, the 15,000 approx- part of our examination we
Dewey McKInney, present v registered voters will turn imate population would allow reviewed and tested the city's; Henry Block has
principal at Brooker Elemen- out for Tuesday's wet-dry six
beverage licenses to be system of internal account-
tary, will move to Southslde tit vote. How the vote will go issued for the sale of liquor Ing control to the extent we 17
why
Elementary as principal. SS ,. L rt!', is anybody's guess too. one of each 2,500 population considered necessary to eva- reasons you
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Principal J. C. Hobbs( Is expected Absentee ballot applications by state law. In addi- luate the system as requiredby
to retire after this r. ,..;, '!t 1. have been light, for Instance tion, private clubs could pur- generally accepted audit- should come to us
term. ....." but Supervisor of E- chase a club license for sale ing standards. Under these .
Carl Clark, present assis- i I. ,y''t.dt'.i1';} ; 1 k" lections Neva Flynn says "I and consumption of liquor on standards the purpose of such for

tant move principal to Starke at Elementaryas BBS, will I ""., ."?.)."t\. ""'""'it\ ". ; will have be a good.feeling"That the statementIs turn out the premises. evaluation basis for reliance is to establish thereon in a income tax help.

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principal. A long time Sj qualified by the questionof determining the nature, tim-
Reason 9. II & R Block show how that
the weather. Bad weather, can you
Bradford educator, Clark will ; Drugs ing and extent of other audit-
be the county's; first black Mrs. Flynn feels, will limit Ing procedures that are necessary new government Short Form you've heard about

principal of an Integrated the turnout while a pretty; Count for expressing an could cost you money. For example, if you have
school. day will be more apt to bring opinion on the financial state-
voters out.Effort ments. interest on your mortgage, medical expense or child
Phil Vellenga, present SE
principal, has been offered MISS AMERICA to have the sale of MadeA "Objective of Internal accounting care deductions, which are up to forty-eight hundred

reappclntment but no assign- liquor legalized Is being back- control Is to provide dollars this year, you cannot itemize them on the
ed by restaurant operatorsGus
reasonable but not absolute -
ment has been settled
,
upon Short
Form.
KIlpatrick said. Terry Anne Meeuwsen Kopelousos of the Gar- -year-old Kentucky assurance as to the
Curtiss Marlowe, long time den Restaurant and Ron Cal- youth was arrested Mondayat safeguarding of assets against
Terry Anne Meeuwsen is truly representative of of the local Holiday
teacher advisor mano Santa Fe Lake and charged loss from unauthrolzed use or '
agriculture ,
and now principal at Lawtey our Nation and its people. She has a strong belief In inn. with possession of marijuana, disposition, and the reliability \,
and great enthusiasm for the present and a stirring In recent weeks
Elementary, has also been a group according to the Brad- of financial records for -
offered reassignment but no capacity for _life. Terry Is a "beautiful" Individual. calling themselves the Brad- ford Sheriffs Department. preparing financial state- .

position has been agreed upon Born on March 2, 1949, Terry grew up in DePere, ford County Concerned CIti- The arrest was made after ments and maintaining accountability '
KIlpatrick said. Wisconsin with her sister and two brothers, and is the zens Committee has.come out Deputy; Glen Sapp stoppedtwo ; for assets. The
Jim Duncan recommendedfor daughter of Mand Mrs. Joseph Meeuwsen. Her hob- In opposition to legalized sale young boys to ask why concept of reasonable assur-
the Lawtey princlpalshlp bies Include reading, swimming, collecting music boxes, of liquor. Co-chairmen of the they were not In school. ance recognizes that the cost
Is a former coach and phy- playing guitar and she enjoys skiing, volleyball and committee are Rev. Denton The pair were vacationingwith ''of a system of internal accounting
sical education Instructor at snowmobiling. Sumrall, pastor of the Madi- their families at Grif- control should not
BUS. For the past several son Street Baptist Church; fith Fish Camps on Santa exceed the benefits derived
years he has been workingfor Upon graduation from DePere High School In 1967, Merritt Williams,local Insurance Fe Lake. and also recognizes that the 1
the Federal GovernmentIn Terry studied music and drama at St. Norbert Collegeand agent, and Miss Mary Sapp said he saw a pipe evaluation of these factors [}o"IMBLOC

the Columbia Regional Ed- psychology at Fox Valley Institute. A gifted singer Leo. stem sticking from one youth necessarily requires esti-
ucation Service Center at Lake Terry played leading roles In several musicals and Williams says the committee pocket. Upon being questioned mates and Judgements by THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
City, but has continued to live plays while In High School and has traveled and per- has been conducting a one youth revealed a management.
In Bradford County.; formed extensively. personal contact campaign using joint of marijuana which he "There are inherent limit- 118 NORTH WALNUTOpen

After her* reign as Miss America 1973, her ambition 18 precinct chairmen each had in a shirt pocket lie ations that should be recog- 9 A.M. To 6 p, M. Monday Thru Saturday Phon. 964-8286
( 'h'c". > c=a- is to continue her study of music and drama with 17 or 18 registered voters also retrieved a larger quan- nized in considering the potential -
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L. ,( and to further herself as a performer and as an indi- to contact. The commit- tity of marijuana, all rolled, effectiveness of any ONLY 18 DAYS LEFT NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
e"l'S. ,- vidual in as many areas as possible.For !system of Internal account-

'f Terry, the opportunity as Miss America, to
meet and talk with so many people all over the country,
I I{ r will be a unique and rewarding one and those who
meet her will most certainly feel the same way. 'h
"Anybody who thinks it's

hard to move mountains Miss America Will appear at the Bradford County

never reads geography ex Fair and Strawberry Festival on Thursday, April 5,
amination papers." from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m.
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BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA committments.

PRECINCT NO George Hugglns will host WATCH FOR THE
NO. the annual Rural-Urban Day
April 3, 1973 INITIALS OF ceremonies to Immediatelyfollow otA 4
ISSUING the ribbon cutting. The
OFFICIAL Rotary Club will serve 1,000 \
fried chicken dinners for 50

cents each on a first serve- s
Signature of Elector first come basis beginning

at noon. Tickets may be pur- ,=>f
chased at the gate or froma
Rotarian.
SAMPLE BALLOT To be honored during Ru-
ral-Urban Day ceremonies Is Q Oc A ,;

BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, Ft. Lauderdale Attorney Arch

Thomas, Jr., a Bradford na-
PRECINCT NO_ tive and one of the foundersof

NO. April 3, 1973 INITIALS OF the fair Thomas was tile
ISSUING Instigator of Interest In a L
OFFICIAL bond selling drive to raise
funds to start a fair com-

plex, now valued at $200,000, EDITION OF THE
on land on US-301 north, pur-
chased from the state.A .
new feature of the 1973 TELEGRAPHCOMING

SAMPLE BALLOT fair will be a 4-H and FFA
Steer Show and Sale spon-

BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA sored by the Bradford Un-
ion Cattlemen's Association.The .
PRECINCT NO. show Is set for Thurs-
day at 4 p.m. In the show
3 1973
April
arena, the sale following at

.8 p.m., the first to be held i
at the fair.
NSTRUCTIONS: Local Option Election on TWO QUESTIONS: Improvements at the fair-

grounds this year Include an
addition to the livestock barn ;
THURSDAY APRIL
QUESTION NUMBER 1 is to decide whether theaale that will be used exclusivelyfor 12
of intoxicating liquors, wines or beer shall be display of poultry and
prohibited or permitted in Bradford County, Florida. small animals, and paved
walkways In the midway area
for the convenience of the k
QUESTION NUMBER. 2 is to decide whether the
anticipated visitors to
40,000
sale of intoxicating liquors, wines or beer shall be
restricted to sales made in quantities of not less the annual event. Produced In 3 COLORS For Your Ads
Miss America, lovely Ter-
than one-half of a pint, contained in sealed containers -
for consumption off the premises where sold ry Anne Meeuwsen will attend
such ales being described as "sales by the pack the fair Thursday, April 5,

age". The results on question number 2 shall be In two appearances, 2-4 p.m.
effective and binding only in the event a majority; and 7-9 p.m. Her visit Is
of those voting at the election shall cast their vote arranged by Mac Baldwin, local Mr. Merchant.
"For selling intoxicating liquors, wines or beer"on Chevrolet-Olds dealer. .
question number 1. Friday, April 6, Is Chil
dren's Day at the fair. All Please Let Us Help You Design Your Easter
I Vote on both questions) children and high school stu-
dents will be admitted to the
If you fail to vote on question number 1, your fairground free of charge between Advertising, To Promote Your Merchandise In The Best
vote on question number 2 will not be counted! noon and 6 p.m. Fea-

To vote, make a cross mark (X) at the right of tured Thursday at 8 p.m. Possible Manner ToReachThe Most Possible Readers.

your choice on each question.

Hurst. ;
QUESTION NO. 1 It
(FROM PAGE 1)

For Selling Wines Intoxicating or Beer Liquors, era, ligaments, and muscles. FOR TRI-COUNTY COVERAGE CALL 964-6 '05
Doctors feel some sensa-

Against Selling Intoxicating Liquors, tion should return to the
Wines or Beer hand In three months and Early Copy Assures You Of More Attractive

QUESTION NO. 2 that Hurst should regain use .
of the hand In about six

For Sales by the Package and Drink months. Display and Better Position.I" .
The former mayor and
Starke city councilman was \
For Sales by the Package Only back on the Job at his ser- .

vice station Monday, the handIn
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T eZ, / an/rof" VOTE Not By My Vote! S

AGAINST .
mo/1Ye Jh 4.l7ushe//..... Men/will i have strong drink, and men will sell liquor, but

Liquor NOT BY MY VOTE

Taverns may go on like the brook, forever, and menwomen
and children may die by the millions because thembut
on I 2 Questions No. I
Y NOT BY MY VOTE
FOR SELLING Truth may be wrecked and character dismantled, homesmay
: be destroyed and women and children debased but
e -JJ INTOXICATING NOT BY MY VOTE

I D i Children may be trapped In the tavern's snare, the victim of
t J"fiii. A AAI A LIQUORS WINE alcohol may fill our Jails, skldrows. and mental Institutions -
but
r fl'-: OR BEER NOT BY MY VOTE \ \

\ l ,J .4.1j/ The legalized bars may Impoverish and degrade people pro- ,\
Ad a.nst S elfin d ducing idleness disease and poverty. They may breed {,j..3
e e d.Unqu.ncy..crlme.. but

Intoxicating :::: NOT BY MY VOTE )t IU\>\:GOTTEN,/
a-w % IXI: :::: The government may license the Beer-Wine-Whtskey traffic REVENUE
L.qu ors Wines and be deceived Into thinking a few tax dollars Justify the \
enslavement of the Innocent and bargain away the pub-
\ lic health and the public morals but I
/ Or Deer
f/ NOT BY MY VOTE
,f
QUestion No 2 The liquor traffic may corrupt the social and political life of
\\ j Lo/E the nation;it may worm its way into all business and
even into the sacred precincts of the home and the
OR S ALE D Y church, but
e'iQt11 NOT BY MY VOTE
THE PACKAGE D
The bells may toll the death knell of a human being slain by )
I And DRINK Alcoholic Beverages every five minutes of the day, but Y

,NOT BY MY VOTE
FOR SALE BY r .
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WA Ch oebis
e'ey
oost y ?.....
THE PACKAGE Wbon, y& wQ s.rr dvSAUa Zyrs

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I. Auto Insurance Rates Will Almost 2. If Bradford County Goes Wet 3. Because The New Law

Certainly Go Up. Statistics Show '\ The Taxpayers Will Have To Will Not Permit Law

That Wet Comities Have More : Pay Salaries For Additional' Enforcement Officers

Accidents, More People Will Be City Police County Deputies To Put A Drunk In

Killed and Injured More : and More Patrol Cars. This Cost Jail We May Have To

Automobiles Will Be Damaged \ Bradford County Taxpayers As Provide A Mental
Much As $1OOOOO A Year.
Resulting In Higher Rates Which Health Or Alcohol

You Must Pay. You Will Have To Pay For This and Drug Abuse

Center: For Bradford

County. This
WILL LIQUOR PAY THE BILL Cost an Additional May

91OO.OOO. You Will

NO!! Have To Pay For

T-ccn!

The Maximum nticipated Tax Revenue From The Sale Of Liquor In Bradford County Will A mount To Little More Than $8,000A

Year
WILL, LIQUOR PAY THE DILL .
NO i WHO IS GOING TO City Revenue County Revenue

38%of$600.00= 228 x 8= $1,824.00 24%of$600.00= $144.00
x
$1,152.00
The maximum 1
anticipated tax revenue from the sale of liquor In Bradford
County will amount to little more than$8,000 a year. Assuming,..there are 5 Club Whiskey Licenses Sold at$400.00 each:
J
Bradford County would be eligible for 6 quota licenses based on 1 for every PAY 38%of$400-$152.00 x 5 -$760.00 24%of$400.00= $96.00 x 5 -$480.00
2,500 population;;; special licenses sold to restaurants that have 2500 sq.ft. If all the present Beer and Wine Licenses that we have now are resold:
and seating capacity for 150 patrons. Making a total of 8 at$600 each.
38%of$160=$60.80 x 43=$2,614.40 24%of$160.00= $38.40 x 43=$1,651.20
38%of license fee goes to city --24%of the fee goes to the county ,
Total to City $5,198.40 To County $3,283.20
24%goes to the state
THE DIFFERENCE? Total Overall : $8,481.60

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I CC Declines January, Land Sales Dip To $187 ,243' I


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'Land sales in the first monthof
1973 totaled $187.243. big $11 A 500. dise Shores sold by Mr. and Mrs. George Villa of New A parcel of land on SR- Mr. and Mrs. Charles ROM
Position drop from previous months, parcel of land in ParaMrs.. Frank Ilgen to Mr. and York, N.Y for 2800. 16 sold by Orene Cowart to os Lawtey for$3,500.
On according to documentary tax
stamps affixed to deeds filed
In the county; clerk's office.
Largest January transaction r---wo-------i
was by J.D. Erwin and R.C.
Liquor Sales Polhamus who sold Lots One
and Three In Johns' Additionto
the Town of Starke to Mr.
and Mrs.Ricky Johns,Starke,
Declining to take a positionon os said legalization of liquor for $17,400. "
what was termed "a moral sales would be a boost to the Land sales In January a --FOR LEGAL SALE
issue," the Board of Gov- economy of the county and ask- year ago totaled $269,800 and
ernors of Starke-Bradford ed for support of the business- in December 1972 transact-
Chamber of Commerce refused men. ions totaled$331,126. January
March 1 to endorse the The Chamber governors 1973 sales were the lowest
enc&lized sale of liquor In voted support, however, for of any month In the past year.
lit-adford County. the proposed luxury. mobile Transactions of $1,000 and
That Question scheduled to home park and shopping centeron over In January were: Keep Trade Dollars At Home :
come to a vote here April 3. US-301 south at the inter- Lots two and four of Johns'Addition
Local attorney George Pie- section of SR-18 near Hampton to the Town Starke
erce, the chamber's president Lake. sold by J, D. Erwin and R.C.
-elect, questioned In addition to that endorsement Polhamus to Alice Faye Clarkof
whether :

organization moral issue,should llerce get pointed Intoa the ,,former Arthur Bruno mayor, of told Hampton the- Starke three for:of$13,780.Lot block. one In I Help Enforce Law & Order By

out that economic benefits claImed governors a petition in favor of Butler Court Subdivision sold
4 by proponents of the the project was being cir- by Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Nors-
"wet-dry" Issue. culated in Hampton for presentation worth to Mr. and Mrs. Edward -
A motion to support the issue Tuesday night. O. Ward tor $10,000.Lot .
Prohibition In Bradford
died for lack of a second. At the chamber meeting last 40 at New Hampton Ending CountyOUR
Beach sold Mrs.A. .
Gus Kopelousos of the Gar- Thursday Executive Vlce- by Mr. and
den Restaurant proposed President John Myers broughtup J. Thomas to Mr. and Mrs.
on
behalf of himself and Ron the topic of the mobile home Stephen E. Coleman of Jacksonville -
Calmano of the local Holiday park, After fully explaining for$7,500.
Inn that the chamber board objections which had beenr Ten acres In sec. 22-6-22
, endorse the legal sale of alcoholic a i sed against the C.A.M. sold by Mr. and Mrs. Robert LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS ARE DOING A GOOD JOB THROUGHOUT BRADFORD COUNTY .
I Development Corporation'sproposed Swanson to Mr. and Mrs.Harvey -
beverages. Kopelous- $1 million, 281-unlt James Starling of Starke TRYING TO ENFORCE PROHIBITION BUT IT'S NEXT TO IMPOSSIBLE TO FULLY ENFORCE A LAW THATDOESN'T
I mobile home park and shop- for $5,000.
HAVE THE SUPPORT OF THE PEOPLE.
ping center by Hampton Lake Lot four In Blanding Sub-
2 Draw residents, Myers asked for division sold by Mr. and Mrs.L. .
expression of views by the G. Dyal to Theodore F. AMERICANS NEVER DID BELIEVE IN PROHIBITION DON'T NOW AND NEVER WILL. THAT'S
Machac and Pauline Dzyackl
Prison ber chamber governors.governors. of Starke for i 13,400.A | WHY IT'S SO IMPORTANT TO GIVE OUR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS A. LAW THEY CAN ENFORCE.A .

commission George Ruoerts, county; two parcel acres of In land Sec.containing 25-2-21 LAW WE CAN ALL BELIEVE IN AND THAT'S THE LAW OF LEGAL SALE AND &CONTROL; OF .
representative on
TermsTwo the board of governors, stat- sold by Orene Cowart to Mr. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES UNDER STRICT'SUPERVISION. .
ed he had studied the projectand and Mrs. Charles E. Ross
it apparently is a worth- of 33 Lawtey in for $3,500.30-7-22 WE HAVE PROOF ON EVERY HAND THAT FLORIDA'S LEGAL CONTROL LAW HAS WORKED FOR 40
acres sec. sold
persons were senten- was while well enterprise.planned and He undoubt-said it by W. H. Maxwell to Mr. and YEARS IS WORKING NOW AND. WILL CONTINUE TO WORK. THE LAW HAS BERN ADOPTED IN
ced to' terms in the state Mrs. Gilbert Q. Crosley for
edly would be an attractive ad- 56 OF THE STATE'S 67 COUNTIES UNTIL TODAY "DRY"
prison In Circuit Court arraignment dtion to Bradford County. $7,000.Lot BRADFORD COUNTY IS SURROUNDED BY
day March 13 with After further discussion, one in the original Town LEGAL CONTROL COUNTIES.
Judge George L. Patten presiding of Starke sold by Mr. and .
Brian Hamilton
moved that Mrs. James L. Andrews to .
Bonnie Brown, Jr. was sen- the chamber endorse the Berlie Myers and MarkleeJ.
project. Elzie
Sanders
tenced to 18 months In state gave Harris of Starke for $4-
the second and the motion; was
prison, consecutive to the
term he is now serving for approved. 500.A parcel of land in Paradise
the charge of possession of then President announced Marc that Myers Jackson and Shores, Subdivision sold by 97% CAN'T; BE ALL WRONGCONSIDER
weapon by a state prisoner. several other chamber mem- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elgento
Leslie George Spates was sen- bers Mr. and Mrs. Leland R.
would at the
tenced to three years In prison appear Brainier of Lawtey for $7-
March
6
hearing on behalf of
for the charge of aggra- C.A.M.'s 830.A.
vated assault after changinghis proposal. parcel of land in Paradise
plea from Innocent to guil Shores sold by Mr. and Mrs.
Smokey Says Frank Ilgen to Bernice Holmes
ty.Three persons were put on l l1771 of Lake Butler for $7,300.A THIS FACT 97% OF FLORIDA'S TOTAL POPULATION LIVES. IN THE 56 LEGAL CON-
probation by Judge Patten. CNAPERCtUiNATFIRE parcel of land In Sec. 3- TROL COUNTIES. THEIR THINKING CAN'T BE ALL \WRONG!
Henry French was put on three 7-22 sold by Mr. and Mrs.
years probation for carryinga .. Carl Hurst to Mr. and Mrs.

concealed firearm, Charlie. NEVER U Johnny Lee.Barrett of Starke,." AND MEANWHILE, THE TRADE DOLLARS THAT SHOULD BE SPENT,, HERE AT HOME ARE GOING ."
Gorman was also put on probation -, for$13,333 ,
for three year."*'for- LET IT GO6-r.; A parcel-of,'land containIng -.;- ACROS&.OUR CQUNTY LINE .TO.MERCHANTS"DRUG'STORESSERVICE STATIONS, RESTAURANTS ?' ", :
breaking and entering; and about d'six acres on SRr
Claude Hllliard was put on our A LON t::r--;;_ 16 sold by Prlscella Ann Ricksto AND GROCERYSTORES IN ADJOINING LEGAL CONTROL AREAS WHERE PEOPLE GO TO BUY '

five years probation for assault ,- the Florida State Telephone THEIR LEGAL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AND DO THEIR SHOPPING AT THE SAME TIME. .
with Intent to murder. Corp. for $8,500. .
Twenty persons pled not e Lots one and two of Dale-
guilty to charges against themin C wood Subdivision sold by Lu- EVERY REGISTERED VOTER WILL RECEIVE A LETTER AND A. SAMPLE BALLOT THIS WEEK
court. They are: cile E. Brown to Mr. and FROM THE BRADFORD
\ COUNTY LEGAL CONTROL ASSOCIATION.
READ
Alfred Charles Smoot, ",, _.-- Mrs. Joe A. Sapp of Starke THEM CAREFULLY,
charged with auto theft and "" for$3,000. THEN TAKE THE BALLOT WITH YOU As A GUIDE IN CASTING YOUR VOTE ON TUESDAY APRIL ,
breaking and entering, and "//)'Aj"1" \ t.4 Lot one in Plnehaven Sub.
grand larceny; Gilbert Hill, 1 r sold by Mr. and Mrs. Bill 3rd AT YOUR REGULAR VOTING PRECINC'i.
charged with aggravated assault f jkj"hn,1.1/ Costello to Mr. and Mrs. Roy
and assault with Intentto Wade Jackson of Starke for
Prevent lore.lIdfireel l
murder; Charles Patrick .
Faucett, charged with robb-
ery, breaking and entering, WE ALSO SELL I LEGAL SALE OF '
and grand larceny; Henry Lucas VOTE FO R ALL ALCOHOLIC
charged with possess- THE BIG ONES

ion of a weapon by state pri- 1972 VW 411 4 Dr. Sedan 1972 VW Squareback Wagon BEVERAGES .
James C. and
soner Padgett
; 4 cyl. Engine. Automatic Automatic
4 cyl. Engine.
Charles Michael Gardner,
Transmission, Radio & Heat- Transmission. Air Conder. !-
both charged with forgery; Only 10,000 Miles. tioned. Radio& Heater.
Randy Earl Lyles, for reasonof
insanity to the chargesof $2,995 $2,995
four counts of breakingand
entering with intent to 1970 Oldsmoblle Cutlass 4 Dr. 1967 Chrysler Newport. 2 Dr.
commit grand larceny, and Sedan. V/8 Engine. Automatic Hard Top, V 18 Engine. Auto- For Selling Intoxicating Liquors Wines Or Beer
two counts of auto theft; Alvin Transmission. Air Condition. matic Transmission. Power Ix
Underhill and Huey Cow- Radio & Heater Steering. Air conditioning. I
art, both charged with grand Radio & He
larceny; Donald Banta and $2,150 $8.95

with William escape Taylor; Henry, both Wagner charged, 1968 Ford Automatic XL Convertible.Transmission 1967 Ford 4,Dr. V/8 Against Selling Intoxicating Liquors, Wines Or Beer '
with V/8 Engine
charged illegal possession AutomaticSe Trans-
Beckham, Air Condition. Radio Engine.
of drugs; Wayne mission. Radio& Heater
I charged with possession of a & h Heater.
I short barreled rifle; Harry $1,095 $325 QUESTION NO.2'
: Murray ;and Alvin Underhill,
j I each charged with MILLER n ,MOWN'! MOTORS t ,lac.

delivery session i of of drugs drugs 1l1egalpos-1 .r 477 NW 13th' Si For Sales By The Package And Drink X
a. 3764'> > 1 1V'
Green and J. C. Norris, both ..
charged with aggravated as- )LK W'\l ; ''Ij, ) -i! AUDI I
sault. I

For. Soles By The Package Only I I

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vacuum grass, leaves, and light


litter at the same time.With .


the Snapper grass Vote For Legal Control Tues.,

catcher attachment you can

actually vacuum clean you lawn as

you mow. No more hours of tedious April 3

raking.The
Snapper grass catcher holds six

full bushels. And it empties in seconds. @) I If You Need A Ride To The Polls Call

I But there's more to this great Snapper option
One Of The Following Numbers:
Ii than just how good it is. Another important thing is where it is: .

mounted on the back, instead of sticking out on the side like most BRADFORD COUNTY 964-8405 I

: mowers. With the Snapper grass catcher you have .

t maximum maneuverability and the easiest handing possible. LEGAL CONTROL ', 964-8406

': The Snapper riding mower. The mower that cuts and '

vacuums at the same time. 'ffj ASSOCIATION ,, 964-8407"

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C hristiansenHerbert

ATTENTION
A Christensen, 67,

of Lawtey, died Friday, March

23, at his home after an extended ADULTS

Illness. He was born

In Sweden on Oct. 17, 1905,

and was a former storekeeper New Courses AtBradfordUnion

and city councilman at


NOhfHSIDE CHRUCH BAPTIST FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF GOD Delma Edley Mrs. Dee SaxonMrs. Lawtey.Surviving are his wife, Mrs. AreaVocationalTechnical

STARK LAWTEY, FLA. Joan Christensen, Lawtey;one
Intersection of 16
(North; ) and 225. Highways SundaySunday School, 9:45: Schedule of services: Sunday Mrs. Delma May Eclley 66, Doe Saxon, 90, of daughter, Mrs. Shirley Mugh- Center
a.m. Morning Worship at 11 School 10 Morning ey, Idaho five sons, Herbert,
Morning ; : a.m. died Friday, March 23 at died Saturday in ;
Sunday School, 9:45: Hampton,
; Youth Choir Rehearsal, ;5 at 11. Evangelistic of Rome, Ga. Richard, of
Worship Hospital after ;
Service at 11. Evening her home In Starke after a Bradford County
Service, 7:30.: Wednesday &m.; UMYF snack supper, 6; Service 6 p.m. YPE and short Illness. She was bornin a long Illness. Born In Burbank, Calif.; Frederick, CUHISE IN ART
meetings and recrea- each Wednes- of Lawtey William, of St.
Service 7:30: p.m.RevJames Prayer Meeting Baltimore Md. on March Cherokee County, Alabama on ;
T, Parrish tion, 6:30. day, 7:30: p.m.Rev.. Dais 25, 1906. March 21, 1883, she was the Louis, Mo.; and James Chris- Beginning and Advanced

WednesdayMidWeek Right. Pastor. Surviving are four daugh- widow of George Saxon of tensen, Hutchinson, Kan.; one
Prayer Group, 7:30: p.m.; brother, Alvar Clinton San
,
NEW RIVER BAPTIST ters, Mrs. Dorothy Moody, Hampton, and a member of
Water and Oil Painting
Chancel Choir rehearsal, ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC Fremont Church. Francisco Calif.; and two sis-
Sunday School 10 a.m.Morning Calif.; Mrs. Delma the Baptist
11 7:30.: CHRUCII MACCLENNY George, Newark, Call/ Mrs. Surviving are three daugh- ters, Mrs. Nalmy Olausson,
Union Worship 7 p.m. Evening a.m. Training Wor- FridayCh 11 l d re n's Choir Sunday Mass,. 12 noon. Holy Jeanette Mlnex, RIchmond; ters, Mrs. Mary Bin, Hampton of Sweden, and Mrs. Idna Tuesday and Thursday 7-10 p.m.

ship. 8 p.m. Wednesday Night Rehearsal, 330.: Day Mass, 5:30: p.m. Calif.; and Ms. Anna Brown, Mrs. Inez Kay, Jacksonville Krlstansson, California.{

service 7:30 p.m. Everyone -Rev. George L. Harper, of Starke; five sons, Henry, and Mrs. Ireta Garofalo Funeral services were held COURSE IN ALGEBRA
Pastor at 10 in St. Edward's
a.m. Monday -
of Richmond Calif. Robert nine grandchildren -
welcome. JORDAN MISSIONARY ; Apopka; Catholic Church with
-Jim Countryman pastor. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. of Newark, Calif.; Ronald and 13 greatgrandchildren. -
HAMPTON CHRISTIAN Clifton, and James Edley all Father James CreJanconduc- and
Wednesday
301 North behind Tas- Interment Monday I
CHURCH ting. was in Crosby
heldat
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH of Starke; one sister, Mrs.. Funeral services were
Morn tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Lake Cemetery under the direction
School 10 -
a.m.
Sunday
In Jones
Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Anna Frampton, Stake; 27 11 a.m. Tuesday
7-10
Evening School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- of DeWitt C. Jones p.m.
11
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening ing Worship a.m. grandchildren, and 13 great- Memorial Chapel with Rev. I
Worship 7.James Shaw vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer grandchildren. Hamel conducting. Interment Funeral Home. The Christian
7:30
Worship : p.m. Prayer Melvin
Meeting 7:30: p.m.Wednesday.Rev. pastor. Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- Funeral services were heldat was in Hampton Cemetery Wake was held at Jones Call 961-6150

J.C. Saunders,pastor. day.Leroy Olive pastor E.L. 2 p.m. Saturday at Jones Chapel Sunday at 8 p.m. r

STARKE CHURCHOF Memorial Chapel with Rev.
LAWTEYCONGREGATIONALHOLINESS CHRIST Griffin associate pastor. James Coffman conducting. e e The bride who used to start e e e

CHURCH Bible School 10 a.m. Wor- CHURCH Interment was In San Bruno The basic Ingredients for out with a card file of favor- What happens to the best-
School HOPE BAPTIST Fremont Increasing costs of gasoline! enjoying a circus haven't ite recipes now by laid plans of mice and men Is
Sunday 9:45: a.m.- ship Services, 11 a.m. and of Starke on Cemetery, Calif., can get I
south
((8 ml.
make driving a car too changed over the You with list of the that the mouse or man you
Morning Worship t II a.m. 6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wed-. with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral may years. a telephone
Youth Service 6 p.m. Evening /pesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible hwy. 100) 10 {Home In charge of local ar- expensive. But then, It's also still need clowns elephants, numbers of carryout eating made the deal with Is on vacation -
School .
Sunday aun. when call back.
Worship 7 p.m. Class. Thursday 11 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. rangements. too expensive to park it. aerialjbU and grandchildren. places. you

Tuesday Prayer Meeting Church located one block weston Choir Practice .6:30: p.m..

7:30 p.m. SR-16. Evening Worship ..7:15p.m.:
-Rev. W.B. Chauncey, pas- --J.P.H. Bell, minister. Prayer Bible Study Wed. 3 BIG DAYS IC smnit

tor. 7:30 p.m. .c : i'L THURSDAY. FRIDAY [master ch rg l tin.
ue r.nS
PINE HILL CONGREGATIONAL Rev. Merle L. Packham, & SATURDAY

KINGSLEY LAKE METHODIST CHURCH pastor. AtpGtF ww..rN
BAPTIST' CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn-

Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC

Ing Worship at 11. Training Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- CHUnCH.STARJ

Union, 6:30: p.m.; Evening ship, 7:30: p.m. Rev. L.L. Father James iregan: pas CHECK i & COMPARE OUR LOW PRICESMen's
Worship; 7:30: Prayer Meet- Grlffls pastor. c ,

Ing 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. tor.Saturday Mass, 7 p.m. Sun- .
-- S.C. Cuthbert Interim GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
pastor. Highway S-100 A day Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day SAVE UP TO
Mass 7 .
p.m.Confession
Sunday School 10 a.m.Morning Saturday 6
Worship 11 a.m. Training
BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship p.m.School
Sunday School 10 a.m.; : of Religion:
Training Union 6:30 p.m.; 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Grade School Sunday 11 s'
7:30
Prayer Meeting : p.m.
Worship Services 11 a.m. -Rev. Leon T. Odom, Jr., a.m. to 12 noon. 4
and 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meet- Pastor. High School-- Wednesday 7 J tf
7:30 p.m 'I \ \ $
Ing,-Rev.Wednesday Jim Temple.: p.m.Pastor ( :' rt lq ;

PINE! LEVEL BAPTIST

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH

LAWTEY Ing Worship 11 am. Pre Services > Sunday School, 10 a.m.
(Booster Band Young Morning Worship 11 a.m.;

Across street, east of Law- People, and Prayer Service), Evening Worship 7 p.m.Wed-

of flee. Radio 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. nesday Prayer Meeting and
tey post pro-
Midweek Service Wednesday 7 Young
8 Station W PXE 14- Bible Study, p.m.
gram, a.m. 7:30: p.m. Rev.John Strickland, Peoples Meeting every Mon- ,41
90, each Sunday. Bible School Sanforized ,
Paator.
day, 7 p.mt
10 a.m. Preaching a.m. and
7 p.m. Bible Study and Prayer CONGREGATIONAL G.F. Prevatt pastor. Work Pants
welcome.
Meeting Wednesday 7p.m. Everyone
HOLINESS CHURCH .
Elder A. E. Massey, pastor.ST. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. ? 100 5 02% cotton fast
HAMPTON BAPTIST
Morning Worship 11 a.m. color arm/

Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. CHURCH a ,, twill Rugged 2S%
MARK'S Thursday night Prayer Sunday School 10 a.m.; / closure, *
EPISCOPAL CHURCH Meeting 7:30 p.m. Morning Service 11 a.m.;Bible r Je Deep zipper pocketing Remlotcod $&* Angel Soft Paper Towels

Sunday Services: -David Hodges, Pastor. Study 6:30 p.m.; Evening Ser- Men's famous Maker Dress) Shoes at paints of

8:30: a.m. Holy Communion. vice 7:30: p.m.Wednesday k strain, Fiber Glass Air Conditioning Filter Jumbo roll oil-purpose paper towel!

9:45: a.m. Church School. CHURCH OF GOD Prayer and Vinyl, oxfords, loafers and boots by a famous e Khaki, grey, green 120 sq ft. '162.1 ply towel, 11.10;
11 a.m. Qst & 3rd Sundays) 422 N St. Clair s>t.. Stark Bible! Study 7:30: p.m. American Maker Assorted styles and colors. xym %; Sizes 29 to 42 IS' X 24" fiber, gloss filter For top Soft, strong, absorbent White,' pink,

Holy Communion. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning -Melvin Hamel, Pastor Not all styles in all stores. Sires, 7 to 1 12. I 1 ( '' Our Dticouni Price performance, change filters regularly yellow and turquoise
II a.m. (all other Sundays) Worship 11 a.m. Sunday i" ":4' *?. 2-99- Easy 'installation directions on Pkg.
Morning Prayer. EVERGREEN BAPTIST Y1 .111Mit' 1 iTYou'd I
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Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night, I
The Rev. John M. Flynn, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer CHURCH

Rector. Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. I Expect To Pay : ::3' .94. m-
t O.r Dwunr P.p Our Db wnr Pap
-Rev.. M.E. Fussell, pastor Morning Worship at II a.m. Up To $9 95 a Pr .' Wo..lr1t: we..29E

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday night Service at 6:30.

STARKE Wednesday night prayer
meeting at 7:30.:
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FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCh E. Crawford pas- -
SundayBaptist Men's Sunday Service Sunday tor. Wilkinson Bonded Razor -
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Meeting and Breakfast, 7:30: Men s G-lf Ut. Gulf Lite
School 9:45 Morning .
a.m. = Lanoe
Sunday School, 9:45: Pocket T-Shuts Men's P Charcoal
a.m.; ; Worship, 10:45 a.m. Evening GREATER BETHLEHEM CHARCOALSTARTER
Morning Worship at 11, ser- Washable rl Long Sleeve Dl.a Lighter
Service, 7:15: P.m. Youth FREE WILL BAPTIST P.,..
mon by Rev. Richard Barber; Group Meeting, Sunday, 6:30 CHURCH 100 5 cotton Dress Shirts :' ..; 32 fl. oz.

Church Training, 6:15: Eve- Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sun- 1 pocket, ,n i polyester, ...4t' e For barbo-
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7:30 Youth p.m.J.C. High 35! f fire
ning Worship, Brown, minister day School 9:30 Morning cotton d / cues
Choir will present Musical, ; fashion 1 ill cut, hand J, placespatio
Worship, 11 ; League 4 p.m. TECHMAT1C.. .... MooeL z.
"Tell It Like It Is." colors 1,, p' soma styling ----- torches,
Night Service, 6 p.m.-Rev. SML, ,--I. '
Sizes- 17 campfires
MondayYouth Ensemble, LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Jasper General Electric Dry Iron
6:30 Deacons Meeting CHURCH Williams paste > SM, No taste,
: p.m.; ; ... Lightweight, Con .
Youth Choir, 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- L.XL A Pd'r----( toured handle SAVE 1.05 .u fast fire

TuesdayYoung Musiciansand Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ..
SAVE 207. SAVE 197. Powder Fabric selector
'Jsic Makers Choirs, Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday BROOKER Gillette Techmatic control,

3:30: ; G. A. and Bell Choir, Everyone welcome. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Spray 5 oz. Adjustable Our Dbe.unr' Pri'. UI Our DI...... Pr''",_
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415.: -Rev. Robert Haisten, pas- Services 11 a.m and 7 ,- DL<.Pie l E Ol.nt wa.1.64'wr21:98 Prl./ Razor Band 5's w,8.95 w.. -.19c"

WednesdayActeens, 5 tor. p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. : r i'P

p.m.; Family !Night> Supper, -Rev. Lacy Conway, past r. tltJ. Pre. P L.a i" ;---_
6; Prayer Meeting, R, A. CHURCH OF CHRIST aru. : .61f I I :JJ- Teflon : ;:

Meeting, 6:30: ; Teachers and AT MELROSE MORGAN ROAD Ironing Board q .

Officers Meeting, 7:15: ;Church Schedule of Services: BAPTIST CHURCH L" Boys : Excedrln P.M. IZi. :: ; : Cover & Pad : ;C.Jr-- '

Choir Practice, 8. Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m Sunday School, 10 a.m.Morn1.ng i 4 f Cotton Shorts ri :y I. Tablets 30's 'fl) Fits, all _

Morning Worship 11 a.m. Worship! at 11. TrainIng Girls'Culotte _I 0..,.. standard "1{I' "" ,
Union, 6:30, Evening Ser- All cotton, pre pt? w..
MADISON STREET Evening Worship 7 p.m. shrunk, Elastic Dresses .88d!: 54 boards. 10" X 17"
All other evenlng-8 p.m. vice, 7:30.: Super Double Hibachi
BAPTIST CHURCH WednesdayPrayer and back, zipper front \U Z
Sunday April I: Bible Study. 7:30: p.m. .2 front pockets 100% cotton Zip Moart \ Eagle scorch Cast iron. 3 adjustable, pOSItions.
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colors closure As l-:: resistant 2 grills with adjustable, handles
Assorted izrz
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF --Rev. Bob Cooper, pastor. y per Pocket
Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; LATTER DAY SAINTS Sizes 4 to 7. sorted colors 714 Radios ,.:-I.rl"I.! .' SAVE

WMU Church Training, 6:15 p.m.; 1404 E, Bessent Road SMYRNA :MISSIONARY \'k' DN<.ynl Pri.. Our Di.w.k2T ... P," Pr ) Solid State. 227. SAVE 1,22 .
Prayer Circle
7:15p.m. Family Home Evening-Mon- w..J.. 96 Battery
Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. day BAPTIST' CHURCH : I su earphone Our DI... .. O.r Du"nr P.,.. .
633 W. Pratt St. Sunday /q a
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MondayYouth Choir,7 p.m. Primary-Tuesday, 4:30: p.m. SAVE 917. SAVE 207. i ao and handstropinc Woo. Woo 1i<8S
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Services Sunday School, .
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WMU
Meeting 7:30
: p.m. .
WednesdayRelief Society, Training : ..
Preaching a.m.
TuesdayPrayer am. t 1 ..
Group 7:30. 4. ,
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SAVE 1.00
9:30: Bible Union 5:45: p.m. Evening I I On' 1 Quart
a.m.; Study, 10 ThursdayM.I.A.7:30 p.m. __ ooou Ea
Worship, 7 p.m. Everyone 'p0 Route 55ATF Chlordane
a.m. Girls In Action, 3:30: Sunday-Priesthood, 8:30: -- 5'4

P.m.Wednesday a.m. Sunday School 10:30: a.m. welcome.-Wilbur Dyess, Pastor. Ladies'i i Fluid CHlOROANE For lawns,
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Prayer Meet- Evening 6 Sa- wo..3s96 For
Meeting p.m. Famous Maker ,-, use in automatic ant hills, ,
ing, Mission
Friends 7:30 crement. LAURA BAPTIST Men's 8" Flare Leg Jeans ; \ transmissions i /flower beds
p.m. Adult 8:30 "
; Choir : p.m. -Jesse D. Branson, Branch & power r ; and shrubs
Denton Sumrall, PastorST. president Sunday School 9:45:11 am. r Work Boots 1001 brushed cot _- YOUR! CHOICE! steering, Lubricates .; Protective'
Worship ajn. "
Morning ('
Goodyear ton denim in as* jm' i AUTCAIATIC & protects }, ,
barrier
ANN'S EPISCOPALKEYSTONE Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. l r well, sorted styles --r.1 I /' PLASTIC 7gAasMlBSle waving parts around

HEIGHTS BAYLESS HIGHWAY Midweek Bible Study, Wed- Ton, S colors ,13. ASSORTMENT FIWe against wearSAVI19 ,
buildings
BAPTIST CHURCH wu..ra/
Sunday Services at 10:30. nesday, 7:30: p.m. owoi.<.P.I<*
Morning Prayer First and Sunday School, 10 a.m. Kenneth Be In church Sunday. Comfort w".3:96 A. 40 Qt. Footed % SAVE 157.

Third Sundays Holy, Communion Ellxson director.. MornJbu -Lester Austin, pastor. construction Oil SAVE 1.OO SAVE 137. Wastebasket 4LbBag
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2nd and 4th Sundays;Sun- ? Worship at 11. Church resistant sole i B. 1 Bushel Our One. r Prle. 0. D''...".. P".. 8
day School, 9:30: a.m. '1 raining, 6 p.m. Gerald Nor- 6'i' to 12, ;v Rectangular we.Jtr1.1Q w.. c'
Wor- P
--Thomas O. Feamster, Jr. man director. Evening Our Discount Prlc. Wash Tub
Pastor ship, 7 p.m. MId-Week Prayer I' 94 A. L
and Bible Study, 7 p.m. i1f -"""' C. Laundry Men's ,
Vinyl
JD. Robinson, pastor. ( n Ladies' ",j r Basket- ConstructionHats
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 4Q fr 1001 Cotton _-'f&-- Holds 15 Lbs Flight Bags

Ralford Road & Weldon St. r %' Blouses .- p1 of Wash., :_ Choice Mesh bodyzippers
ofoluminum
tq"
Sunday School 10 MornIng .
a.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH I r,.... :\ ,, Colorful v- wplace '
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EvenIng easy-care 1'.110_ .....0 or
Worship II. Sunday c' r. forpadlocks
School 10 Morning C.ji61.He ,
Sunday a.m. panted blouses w' r.iy.Mryi.n.' CP yellow poly.
7 p.m. Thursday night Worship 11.Training Union steadfast, Immovable LJdies': ';'I y, ,, Pw'I .. shorlsleevas. carb. Lightweight w'' .
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7:30.Charles 630.." Evening Worship, 7:30.:' (::1 Cor. 15:58.) Wedge ( .12-38 J LLlau.n.ROn VNeA f roomy
outside
Thomas, pastor T Sculls M: N01M i ass.
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Black Provides
Jim r
-Rev. pastor. ry DI... P.,.. ,
When centered in pad.serry
we are a;I'
C Red white, S.. j i 'iJ!( Lightweight
FIRST PRESYTERIAN: (Christ and established in our blue nautical SAVE 137. woo.296'I I .11' i itnm.

CHRUCHSTARKE HEILBRONN BAPTIST (Christ identity we are more Crepe Y 2 Round and r.1. ;; i SAVI I.OO

Sunday--Church Sd ool. CHURCH HIGHWAY 18 N. t than: equal to changing conditions soles S.M.L. lllg peak sfytta.' !

9:45; Morning Wershlp at 11. Sunday School, 9:45: un. in the outer. Our &I _
Our D......r P" D/RwM/ PNe. Our D."ft' hl.
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Nursery provided. Morning Worship U. TrainIng w.,.1Af .,3.4ti.l.b6 wu...1:45" Our D wn.S96'USE rN'
Wrdn..day--Youth Fellowship Union 6:30: p.m. Evening At such

7:30 p.m.ThuradayCholr. Service, 7:30. Midweek Prayer times the realization of our
Rehearsal Service, 7:30. Christ identity is most helpful.We OUR CONVENIENT IF YOU'RE NOT SHOPPING AT EAGLES STARKE

7:30 pun. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pas are at peace with our- FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE, YOU'RE NOT FLORIDA
-Erik T. Johnson. Ministor. tor. :selves; we are happy where we YEAR ROUND PHONE 964-7513
SAVING
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ess under the fictitious name 1973; otherwise a judgementmay Green Cove Springs, Florida FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT
B & F Concrete be entered rid a.
DISSOLVE CORPORATIONSNotice Products against you 32043
COMPANY Florida
NOTICE at 820 South Cherry St., for the relief demanded In a cor- Gilbert S. Brown
CONTRACTORS Will
Is hereby : upon
given under poration has filed in the
a- Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
Starke Fla. and that he will the Complaint.
the provisions of Section receipt of Ten Dollars($10.00) bove Court its Petition In
Bradford County FloridaBy
608.36 Florida Statutes to register said name with the WITNESS my hand and the made payable to Don R. Mor- Eminent Domain Proceed- '

Public HearingNOTICE each of the corporations list- Clerk of the Circuit Court, seal of said Court on the 9th gan, Architect, P.A., be for- ings against you and each of Deputy Betty Clerk Edwards

ed below, the same being Incorporated Bradford County Florida. day of March 1973.GILBERT warded two sets of plans and you, seeking to condemn an 3/29 4t 419APPLY
Robert Fox sole owner. S. BROWN,
under the laws of specifications collect. Full easement In the above des-
39 Pg 7. Florida, and according to the 3/22 4tp 4/12 AS CLERK OF SAID COURT deposit, less postage will be cribed land, all of said land

PUBLIC HEARING OR records of the Department By: Betty Edwards, refunded, provided plans and being located in Bradford

A Public Hearing will be near the following'y: of Revenue, each and every Deputy Clerk specifications are returned In County

held at the City Hall, City South of Alligator Creek- such corporation appears delinquent NOTICEIn FIRST PUBLICATION: March "good" condition within ten You and each of you are NOWWe

of Starke, Fla. at 7:30: P.M., West of Road 301 South. North for one I I D or more the Circuit Court, Judi- 15 3/15 1973. days of bid opening. hereby commanded to servea

Apri124,1973. of W. A. Sterns property The years in the filing of reportsand cial Circuit of Florida. In 4t 4/5 EACH BID: Shall be accom- copy of your answer or Train Men to Work As

ApiParties will be heard West or back portion of said payment of taxes under and for Bradford County.In panied by a cashier's checkor written defenses to the Petition -

at s time. properly not zoned CommerApplicatlon the provisions of Section 608.- Re. Estate of ROBERT bid bond, in the amountof for Condemnation filed LIVESTOCKBUYERS

for change In cial at present. 33, Florida Statutes, and that ALEXIS GREEN, Deceased. NOTICEIn five percent (5%) of the herein, upon McCarthy Steel

Zoning City of Starke. To be used as: Retail and under the provisions of said NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo The Circuit Court of Florida bid price,payable to the School Hector & Davis, 14th Floor

Bequest has been made on Wholesale building supply and Section 608.36, Florida Statutes all creditors and all Eighth Judicial Circuit Board of Bradford County. First National Bank Building, If have livestock

the following from Residential other small retail business said corporations have persons having claims or de- In and For Bradford County, THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER Miami, Florida, on or before experience you we some will train' you

to Commercial Described All parties wishing to be been classed as subject to dissolution mands against said estate. Florida.In : Will be required to pro- the 25th day of April, 1973, to buy cattle sheep and

as follows: heard must be present at and that sixty (60) You, and each of you, are re: The Marriage of KAY vide a PerformanceLaborand and to file the original thereof hogs.

Beg. at NW Cor of SW 1/4 this time. days after date of this pub- hereby notified and requiredto ANN KELLY, Wife, and HOWARD Material Payment Bondin with the Clerk of the Circuit For a local interview write

of NW 1/4 S 8.82' S 72 & L. M Gaines lldation each and every such present any claims and KELLY, Husband, the amount of 100% of the Court, or default shall today with your background.

17' 'E 100' Ck. WS Line Crk.Chalrman., ionfug Board corporation listed below that demands which you or either NOTICE OF SUIT bid amount. Surety company be entered against you. Include your complete address -

460' to W Line of NW 1/4 Merrill Edwards has not in the meantime filed of you may have againstthe TO: HOWARD KELLY shall be licensed to do bus- TAKE NOTICE that a De- and phone number

of NW 1/4. S 587' to Beg City Clerk its reports due and paid the estate of Robert Alexis YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- iness in the state of Floridaand claration of Taking has been

Ex Part described In OR Bk City> of Starke taxes due under the provis- Green deceased to the Judgeof FIED that an action for dissolution shall be listed by the filed in the above cause by CATTLE BUYERS, INC.

3/22 3t 4/5 ions of Section 608.33, Flo- the said Court, Bradford of marriage has been United States Treasury Department Petitioner declaring that the 4420 Madison

rlday Statutes will be certi- County Courthouse, Bradford filed against you and you are property rights sought in the Kaniat City; Mo. 64111'

fied to the Governor of the County Florida, within six required to serve a copy of PROPOSALS: May not be above described land have t....... I."'. ..J.{.../<>*4 J&fp..*
State of Florida, who will months from the date of the your written defenses if any withdrawn for thirty days after been taken for the public use

Public issue a Proclamation at that first publication of this no- of It on GEORGE H. PIERCE, bid date.It and purposes set forth In the

time .dissolving said corpor- tice.Each Attorney for Petitioner,whose 3/29 Petition in this cause, and
claim or demand must address Is P. O. Drawer 1030, that Petitioner will apply to

Notice ations.BRADFORD COUNTY be in writing and must state Starke, Florida, and file the NOTICEIn The Honorable George L. Pat-

the place of residence and original with the Clerk of The Circuit Court of the ten, one of the judges of the

14-07-C-371599 Andrews post office address of tho the above-styled Court on or Eighth Judicial Circuit in and Eighth Judicial Clrcultof Florida -

'.;. ; ::1-:. :'''''''' '. I Drugs of Chlefland Inc., 356 claimant and must be swornto before April 10, 1973, other- for Bradford County, Florida. In and for Bradford County -
-
.,,'- ".", :::.,,'I '.; .'. .' '. ." ,.",;,' 11 West Madison St., Starke, Fla. by the claimant, his agent, wise a judgement may be entered SUMMONS TO SHOW CAUSE on the 27th day of April,

""f ",. ." :'. :.. } ; -, r.. :, I ,...A..*'1" ,..:..,. 32091; 14-07-C-301816 Eddy or his attorney, or It will against! you for the relief NOTICE IN EMINENT 1973, at 10:30: o'clock a.m.,
.
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.?: :.:_ ..f!. -;.,<.. .Z- ). ...........':.',.,, .,.-...-.........", :.:. 7) .J-I- \. & Harley Pulpwood Inc., Route become void according to law. demanded in the Petitionfor DOMAIN PROCEEDINGS In the Circuit Court Cham- ,
....r'. .. .. [. .... J .-I 2, Edwards Road, Starke, Fla. Each creditor shall deliver Dissolution of Marriage. NOTICE OF TAKING IN bers In Bradford County Flo-
o... ....... .. ... ... I.'-.+.. ..._ r.",.0//; [ < y. 32091 14-01-C-355203 sufficient copies of his claimto ,
Levy
WITNESS
\ \:;," ; It. J ; my hand and the EMINENT DOMAIN rida, Starke, Florida, for an A Jt
: .,:i. LOCATION OF PROJECT k-.. .V Construction Corporation enable the Court.to mall seal of said Court this 28th PROCEEDINGS Case #73-68 Order of Taking the propertyand
.
:.:":', '"' ....:.-... ..s........ .I ., ...' -----. State Farmers Market one to each personal repre- day of February A. D. 1973 FLORIDA POWER &. LIGHT such other orders as may chancy ,

I -I., :' .:... ..,..:... L.tfr: ,. :.'" : I..n': I ..... ; .,, Bldg., Highway 18, Brooker sentative. Gilbert S. Brown COMPANY, a Florida corporation be necessary or appropriateunder *
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.1 .
% Dated March 6 A. 1973
.. \ .l' 14-07-C-378382 D.
.. G. ,. : Fla. 32622; ,
: """ Clerk Petitionervs- J. Chapter 74 of the Flo-
.:',_. ..,-_-=-r.: .. ;..:.'..... .f....":. ......1..:" ;,c.I'z .:.- b' Merrill Construction Com- Lucille Harris Green FRANK WILLIFORDj MARK- rida Statutes, or which the E 4y d.John.
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.
.c. ;:" H. Pierce
.... I j' : ., ..: Inc. 865 N. Temple Ave. Administratrix of the Last -George
: ,
,.3. pany LEE STARLING and NAOMII Court deem
1:19: ..JI" : .. ... .. may proper.
: lr .
It .. Attorney for Petitioner
: 14-01-B- Will and Testament of the
32091
\ .,' I I -- i IJ., lr:4. iL .. I II Starke, Fla. ; STARLING, Defendants.IN You and each of you are
.. :!OOI .. First Publication March 15,
_-'r\.I.L-"' T" ', ._ ,.;.'-- ., 1.-. .. .. 245378 Rlbault Heights Sewer Estate of Robert Alexis Green, THE NAME OF THE STATEOF hereby required to be and
T' ._ -
..I':' ." It t. -.. S.TARKE. .. .:.:.:. & Water Works, E. Klelnman, Deceased. 1973. FLORIDA. TO ALL WHOMIT appear in the above styled About Tbte Question:
.. ... .... .1'0.' .
..' ... .. :- ..... .,...'. --. ; '...-------.J.. ; .... -":.,. .. P. O. Box 6, Brooker, Fla. First publication on March 8, 3/15 4t 45NOTICE MAY CONCERN, and to: Court on said date and time

._ :\ '- ..:: J' """--- ,"f. : ,0- 32622; 14-07-C-37998ISlmons 1973. J. FRANK WILLIFORD, 1120 and to show what right, title -
...,.. ': ..... '2JO- & Harrell Farms Inc., Route 3/8 4t 3/29 TO BIDDERS "Our firm requires'! that all
.. .': Bernita Street, Jacksonville, interest, or lien you or
.."\C\.0."I'. .oJ'. -.,; ..i ,-.. .. "- ;; ".I"1'",,=,1-" "- 3, Box 278, Starke, Fla.32091; NOTICE is hereby given that Florida; MARKLEE STARLING any of you have or claim to those employees handlingthe

lady ,.Co.,;.- 'j >,tc--i.-::. .'. !!:......".....'..,. 2" 14-01-A-I67121 Southern Oil & NOTICEIn sealed bids will be receivedby Kingsley Lake, Starke have in or to the parcel of firma money be bond-

"'pIon tP1 ." /t.-e'---. (- Chemical Co. Inc., Post Of- The Circuit Court Eighth the School Board of Brad- Florida NAOMI I. STARLING land hereinabove described, ed. Does also
=-N : ,-AI:: ; your agency
... .".. -.' -..' ... rl'7l, fice Box 6, Brooker, Fla. Judicial Circuit of Florida, ford County 582 N. TempleAve. Kingsley Lake Starke and to show cause why the supply bonding where required -<

South, southeastward along 32622. In and For Bradford County. ., Starke, Florida 32091, Florida AND to all unknown same should not be taken for for officials
that -
public
Is given
Notice hereby of State Road 16 to State Road It Is further directed thata CIVIL ACTIONIn at 9:00: a.m. April 6, 1973, owners, lessees, mortgagees the uses and purposes set "

the Florida Department Is offering 200 (U.S. 301)), a distance copy of this notice be pub- re: The Marriage of Gla- for the Heating Ventilatingand judgment creditors, llel 1old- forth in the Petition filed In ?

Transportation Interested in of approximately 1.35 miles. lished one time In the Brad- dys Elaine Dixon White & Air Conditioning for the ers, or claimants of, uponor this cause. Charley

those persons their views con- It is intended that this Im- ford County Telegraph, a DYS Elaine Dixon White, Wife Bradford County School Board against the parcel of land All parties to this suit and E. I

expressing location and deprovement be constructed newspaper published in Brad- & Ernest Preston White, Hus- Office. in Bradford Florida described all parties interested may appear -

cerning the economic and within the existing right- ford County, Florida, in which bandvs- Defendant. PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, as follows: and be heard at the times JOHNS AGENCY
social, AND CONTRACT DOC-
sign, of State of way which varies from county the home office of the NOTICE OF SUIT- The west 330 feet of the and places designated.
environmental effects 60 feet to 100 feet. above listed corporations are NO PROPERTYTO UMENTS: May be obtained Southeast 1/4 of the North- WITNESS my hand and the 131 So. Walnut St.

Project No. 28030-3504, Federal Persons desiring a public shown to be located. : ERNEST PRESTON from the office of Don R. west 1/4 of Section 12, Town- seal of said Court on this Phone 964-5070

Aid Project No. S-619 hearing on the above describ- IN WITNESS WHEREOF I WHITE Morgan, Architect, P. A., Post ship 6 South, Range 22 East, 19th day of March, 1973, at

(2)), the opportunity of request said ed project must submit their have hereunto set my hand YOU ARE HEIJEBY NOTIFIED Office Box 987 (Walnut Street), Bradford County, Florida. Starke, Bradford County, Flo 1srEStele I
hearing on
ing a public written request to Mr. J.D. and caused the Great Seal that an action for Dis-

project. No. 28030Ward, District Engineer, of the State of Florida, to solution of marriage has been
State Project be affixed at Tallahassee the filed against ERNEST Allis-Chalmers.
Federal Aid Project Florida Department of Transportation you ..
3504, Capitol, this the 19th day of PRESTON WHITE and
S-619(2)( is described P. O. Box 1089, you are
No.
Lake City Florida 32055, February, A.D,1973.DEPARTMENT required to serve a copy of

as follows: Improvement no later than April 13, 1973. OF REVENUE -. your written defenses, if any Because 'with lawn '
The proposed
would utilize a twolane This opportunity for a pub to it, on the plaintiff's attorney your
curb and lic hearing is being offered J. Ed Straughn whose name and address -
ijiunlclpal type pursuant to the Federal Aid Executive Director Is DUDLEY P. HARDY,

gutter two 12-foot section consisting wide travel of Highway Act, 23 U.S.C., 101 (SEAL) 114 North Walnut Street, looks

lanes with 10-foot wide et seq., including the 1968 It 3/29 Starke Florida 32091 and file are everything

refuge lanes and 5-foot Federal Aid Highway Act. the original with the clerk of

both J.D. Ward the above styled court on or
sidewalks '
wide on
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District NOTICE UNDER before April 5, 1972: other- ,
This i
sides of the project.
,
would begin Florida Department of FICTITIOUS NAME LAW wide a judgement may be entered v -45 \\ '0;;
improvement &, \ .. ..
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN vThere's ..
northwestward City Transportation agalnst.you for the relief / oJ' -'l I ;l.7t ..,\
at the the desiringto ,J-\.r -
extend 3/3/29 that undersigned, demanded in the com- : -
Limits of Starke and -
in business under
engage plaint or petition. .
the fictitious names of PINE- WITNESS my hand and the '>'dc ;
COMMISSIONER. BROOKE VILLAGE SALES, seal of said Court on Feb- : )/ 11 J I

PRECINCT #7 RENO, RJE PINE BROOK VILLAGE MO- urary 28, 1973. / ( -- t
BILE HOME PARK atSECorner Gllber S. BrownAs
HIGH SCHOOL, Starke. Clerk ,
NOTICEIt of Intersection of High- Clerk of said Court !--J'r'
William T. Holland. Inspectors
: Ethel V. Hall, Maybelle ways 301 and 18, Starke, Florida By: Beulah M. Moody y ._ I : : 'r/ R
intends to register the el 'n .
Mobile Roberts Corean McNeal. As Deputy Clerk ,
is illegal to place E. said names with the Clerkof (Court Seal) \ H Ii HI
Home on any lot In the City PRECINCT SEABOARD, I
the Circuit Court of Brad- 3/8 4t 3/29 e .
of Starke without permissionfrom I
School Board Administration +
ford County Florida. '
Starke Zoning Board.L. (Old USP) Starke. S I r
Building Florida ) J.
Dated at Starke NOTICEIn ._ "
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M. Gaines Jf'S
Clerk Mary C. Covington, Inspectors this 13th day of March. 1973. Circuit Court Brad- V
the I
Chairman
.
M. Brown
: Judy CAM LAND DEVELOPMENTS
City of Starke Peggy Shaller, Fronle Crews. INC. ford County, State of Florida
Estate of ROBERT ALEXIS .d
Zoning Board ,
3/22 2t 3/29 PRECINCT: #9 KEYSTONE By: M. Phillip Carnes Pre- GREEN, Deceased. 5 ,
I Southslde Elementary School, sident NOTICE OF PROBATEThe : I

Starke. Clerk Hazel L. How- 3/22 4t 4/12 State of Florida, To

ell. Inspectors: Shirley All Persons Interested in the

NOTICE Moore Alice Barron, Lucille CALL FOR BIDS Estate of said Decedent: _------
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Godwin The of is You hereby notified thata :
Com- City Hampton now are Si
The Board of County ,
DISTRICT #4 HAMPTON,
County accepting bids for their Mowing written instrument purporting -
missioners of Bradford -
the Eddie Allen, County Commis- Contract which will run to be the Last Will ana
Florida, has selected /
sioner. from April until October. The Testament of said decedenthas
following as the Polling Places #10 THERESSA -
PRECINCT
attached been admitted
following stipulations were to probatein
Clerks and Inspectors for
Community Club House, The-
to the contract by the said Court.
the Special Wet and Dry Election Clerk Ruth Grlffls, Inspectors -
to be held on April 3, ressa. : Mattie Sibley Mar Street Committee: You are hereby commanded a new 400 series tractor that's just right for your Here's unmatched maneuverability and power in a pair
1. All City-owned right-of- within six calendar months
1973. Mow till haul, clear of Both 5 and 8 models fea-
complete yard care program. grade rugged riding mowers. hp
from
tha Kodatt, Belle unarm. way must be mowed Includingthe the date of the first
DISTRICT #1 1. LAWTEY.D. You'll be all set with ture low center of and
PRECINCT #11 HAMPTON cemetery. publication of this notice to snow. and more. a complete gravity for better stability handling

L. Shuford, County Com- City Hall Hampton. Clerk, 2. The person whose bid appear in said Court and show lineup of attachments and accessories. Choose from 16 comfortable seats to pamper you while you pamper

missioner.PRECINCT #1 LAWTEY, Barbara M, Hill. Inspectors: is accepted will be paid per cause If any you can, why and 10 hp tractors now available with a new shuttle your grass, fingertip handling that lets you edge right

Clerk Ruth E. Reed, Lillian L. Hall, ROUND OF MOWING rather the action of said Court in drive that gives you the smoothest easiest speed and up to gardens shrubs and fences- mow to within yt" of
CITY HALL LAWTEY.
Bryan. Nannie Watterson. than once per month as in admitting said Will to pro- direction changes you've ever experienced. Plus a host obstacles. Just take a look at all the out front features. J
'Lara" Raymond
Mrs. PRECINCT #12 LINCOLN the past- please submit bids bate should not stand unre- of new features.
Clara E. Shu-
Inspectors:
CITY, Starke Public Library accordingly. voked.
ford, Margie Sue Reddish Starke. Clerk Margie M. Dow- 3. Mowing will be done only /s/ George L. Patten

Peggie II. Gaskins. RECREATION ling Inspectors: Myrtle An- on orders from the Chairman Circuit Judge v eo
PRECINCT #2 KELLY -
HALL LAWTEY. derson, Ethel Raymond, Bar- of the Street Committee.It Bradford County, Florida
bara Valinskl. must be done at such timeas (SE AL)

Clerk Hazel Jones.Inspectors DISTRICT #5 BROOKER he (Chairman of Ue Com- First publication on March 8,

Arthur Austin, H. C. Kelley Dave Paulk County Commissioner mittee) thinks the grass needs 1973 I r3L &

Dorothy M. Moultrie. cutting. 3/8 4t 3/29
PRECINCT #3 CRAWFORD, PRECINCT #13A ROWELLTc. 4. If the job Is not com- o e

BRADFORD COUNTY Clerk FAIR Lucille ....agar Motors (Ford) pleted to the satisfaction of NOTICEIn \i: ,' Da I
BUILDING Starke. Starke. Clerk Betty' Jean the Street Chairman the Y
LIn- The Circuit Court of
Carter, Inspectors: Prevatt. Inspectors: Hazel M. Chairman has the right to
ale Williams, Ina C. Martin, The Eighth Judicial Circuit
Shellie Hall Gerle. Richards, Clara Hazen, Lou- warn the person once and after of Florida In And For Bradford Shielded, and balded Shullla drivehydrostatic Automotive tripe Electric PTO clutch Safety designed' Smooth shifting" Mower follows the Gear, and sector
ise Kite. this first warning, the three bladed mower ( avail,* cam and l level and manual lilt ore mower 26" an shuttle drive on the motion ol' the front steering on 8 hp 'far
DISTRICT #2 BAYLESS. PRECINCT #13B GRAHAM contract is considered bro- County L Case 73-60.. mean ANSI ahie on 16 hp steering ones you standard' equipment the 5 ho 30" on 8 hp. .two'speed sale for, non'scalo handling ease end
George W. Roberts, County IN RE: The Marriage of saloty standards modal) lor, smooth piacisa, operator the 8 hp model transmission' on mowing effortlessmeneuvefanilitv
Broughton Building Graham. ken If the error is not cor- forwardreversechange control to mow the 5 hp
Commissioner. Clerk Merle Starling. inspec- MARY JANE BESSINGER, Pe- without in closa
rected in reasonable
a lengthof
VEHICLE
PRECINCT #4 MOTOR titioner, and HARVEY LEE clutching, or
tors: Dorothy Starling, Faul- time. In such
INSPECTION STATION case, the shilling,, gears
BESSINGER SR. Respondent.
,
Arnold Bonnie Lee Bo- ,
ette contract will be made over
Clerk Joseph
Starke. NOTICE OF SUIT
A. Cissy. Inspectors: MildredFancher gle.PRECINCT with the next bidder in line. TO: HARVEY LEE BESSIN] A
#14 SAMPSON 5. The City of Hampton re-
Grace Page Ernes- GER, SR., #1 Lawrence Street,
New National Guard Armory, sers the right to reject any South ALLIS-CHALMERS
tine Underbill. Starke. Clert: Margaret Pre- or all bids. Charleston Heights, 1
OUTDOOR & LEISURE PRODUCTSBOX
PRECINCT #5 PLEASANT vatt. Inspectors: Rev. John Bids must be turned in to Carolina 29405.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- 512 MILWAUKEE' WI 53201
GROVE, BRADFORD COUN- Strickland, Irma Buford, City Clerk Bonnie Trisler no
TY HIGH SCHOOL, Starke. Frances Dansby. later than April 1, 1973. Bids FIED that an action for dissolution -

Clerk Ida Mae Shaw, inspec- PRECINCT #15A BROOKER may also be mailed to the of marriage has been for the man who takes more pride in his lawnCOOPER'S

tors: Ella Mae Chastain, Lola Community House, Brooker. City at P. O. Box 250, Hampton filed against you and you are ,:,

Zipperer, Norma Canova. Clerk Mrs. Theo Dyal. Inspectors 32044. required to serve a copy of
#6 VANDERBILT your written defenses if any, : tii
PRECINCT : Muriel Lee Kelley 3/22 2t 3/29 t tiid 1
HOME OFE. L. (NOOK) Jacqueline Hunter Jean Par- to It on SHAW AND KOFE- NURSERY d

NORMAN Starke Bayless NOTICE OF INTENTION TO LOUSOS, Attorneys for Petitioner -
Highway. Clerk Mary Ella rish.PRECINCT #15B NEW RI- REGISTER FICTITIOUS whose address Is 142 :"

Watterson, Inspectors: Mar- VER, Moody's Store New River NAME West Call Street, P. O. Box & LANDSCAPE CO. ,
Joan J. Dy- Jones 1086 Starke Florida 32091, ,
garet L. Norman, Clerk Alberta Inspectors Notice Is hereby given that "
al, Mrs. Linda K. Bowen. Eunice Moody Mar- and die the original with the
the undersigned Robert Fox
,
LANDING, Clerk of the abovestyledCourt 2111 North Avenue Starke
DISTRICT #3 gie Dobbs. Anita Countryman. P.O. Box 905, Starke Fla. Temple
COUNTY before April 12,
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Page !10 TELEGRAPH Mar. 29, 1973 PerkinsB reaks John Woodley Hurls





Santa F e Nips RecordAnother Weight 2 Wins For Tigers ,





KH ThincladsKeystone was school broken weight Friday Bradford lifting, the record third High Allowing Only 3 HitsJohn

so far this year during train- -
in the 120 IIII! (16:6)) HIM H",,_'.. ing for the state Woodley threw in
High's David came : Otild Hugtet (IIIHI.) contest. a one- four runs. DeWitt Grlffis run. CC ended its scoring in catch Crescent City and fell
Hughes hurdled and 330 Int. II ((45:8) Cranston Frttntv(SI.) Ptrttr(SF| It t Mike Perkins 198 hitter Friday night for Lake
jumpedhis and the MO. On. SKtldon WM (SFI), David, a pound was two-for-three at the plate the fifth inning with one run to them 7-6.
was to three first places long jump ((18-111/2)). In three HugXM to. (IHI.) Slmvill Wivterry (ISFI.) junior, curled 160 pounds to Butler shutting out CMefland and drove In two runs while and had a 7-4 lead on UC. UC trailed 7-5 going into
Friday in a dual meet with dual meets he is undefeatedin Milt. Nun Patrick Hjrgrovt (15'1.) shatter the record set by 10-0, then backed that per- Terry Hamilton singled In two The Tigers scored one run the seventh Inning. The TIgers -
Santa Fe but the visiting Rai- the 330 Intermediate Hur Tom Ert>(IIHI.) Sam Hughtt(IIHI.I:I). Brad Carter In 1972 of formance with a two-hitter runs. each in the sixth and sev- scored when John Wood-
ders were still ablo to squeakout dles.Muscular ... *,.Kv Sonlt F., (Mtvgtrry, 158 pounds to take the school Tuesday night to edge the DeWitt Griffis gave up four enth Innings but could not ley walked and Billy Ray
a slim two-point victory Todd Brannon Boyd Lt..Wad.)1a:4: record. Tigers 3-2 past P.K. Yonge. hits, struck out five, and walk- Smith singled him home. That
44*
over the Indians, 661/2-641/2. displayed his versatility once Join Mnwtll RatReanald(KH), Lnttr McCtilln Ktttcn ((KH SFI.). Perkins is the heaviest Crescent City shaded the ed two batters in a close left Smith on base and lost
Despite the loss, Indian more as he scored two first 56' ,_ lifter In the blue level of Union baseballers 7-6 Satur- thriller that Crescent City (;irk PigtailSoftball
JM .. the
coach Roy Bajless was not places. He won the high jump .Muenn' InttrmtdUlt(IKHI.) Frtnnv Ho(ISFI),,'Bum- D(IIHI.vld') weight lifting which is eight day night to hand the Tigers pulled out to beat UC 7-6 Tuesday game. night Union cut the
disappointed in his team's (5-1) OB times the body weight in their second loss of the and Hcfrin-
and pole vault ((8-6), MO Nun Fred Jatmln (KM). Tom sea- put a 2 on the losing victory close, 3-2 with P.K.
performance. Keystone's dual meet record Ere(IKH).Joy Curtis(ISF) I 2'12 six lifts son against six wins to date. side of its record. Yonge to make the Tigers
"111e team is maturing," is now 1-2 with a four-way (BMott Sprint' .,Stemma Mtdltv,Burner- Ktvtlont, Brvd.2. Htlghtf. Error prone lately, Lake Butler CC scored four runs in the The Girls Pigtail Softball record 6-2 to date.
02 J
Bayless said Mond ', "We're meet scheduled Thursday Chuck Norton and Brad lost to Crescent City on fourth inning to put them Just Program will get underway, John Woodley was the win-
getting closer to the desired night at Lake Butler. MavMrrv 110 Dun(SFI.-) Ratlllril Shelton(KH Wtdt) 27.1(SF)I. Carter each have brokena five miscues, then beat PKY enough ahead of LB to stay Monday, April 2, at the Pratt ning pitcher to give him a
goal that we set at the beginning Two" Milt Run- Hargrovt (SF)) SttvtAUiton school weight lifting record despite five mistakes.In there. Street Ball Held. pitching record of 40.
of the TIAM ,. (KH),Mark Magura(SF)I. II 275. this theChiefland Wood- CC drew Practice
season. RESULTS. : Santa U\o'o. year. Norton lifted 220 game first blood In the sessions will be allowed two hits
Hughes' winning efforts KtVttont NILM.I .U'<*. (Bum Milt,H.RtU.......-KMtcn Ktvltont, Strobe)Htlgntt 4'07Lant pounds to break the old recordof ley hurled eight strike outs, second inning and scored two held each Monday\ Wednesday two Woodley runs, seven strike outs,,

215 in the press and allowed one hit, and walkedno runs. Then UC tied the game and Friday afternoons, and five walks, plus a wild
-- Jump- David HughM (KH) andAbraham Carter lifted 315 pounds to batters to give him an up In the third by scoring 3:30 5:00: p.m., according
Strvanct (SF)I. Jamti Lit pitch. He pitched a tight ball-
HH Runners 11th (SFI) 1LiPhShe break the record of 305 individual pitching record of two runs. In the fourth CC to the Starke Recreation De- after Initial wildnesswas
) Put Otnnll' Forrttttr' (SFI.) 3-0. Woodley and Dale Greenare tallied four The game
Todd Brannon (KH) and Hant HunlcKKHI in the bench press. points to give partment. program is dispelled.PKY .
I ( (.TIED ..&.*. the top two pitchers for them a 6-2 lead going into for girls, ages 10 13. scored Its two
Pol. Vault Todd Brannon (IHI.) Bradford runs
In 18 SchooZ.laxGo JtmnLttlKH( ) weight lifters haveno the Tigers. the fifth inning.UC Registration forms may In the first Inning on two
OHcuu Strvanct (SF), Bobby,Hurntr meets until April 7, when Second baseman Tim Whitehead closed the gap then to be picked up at the Pratt
IKHI Jump) HantHunclKKH- Brannon( ()IIHI.116aHlgll ) Wadt they travel to Deland for led Union County in hitting 6-4 with two runs in the fifth Street Center, Monday through errors, two walks and a
Bradford High runners Clark, Vernon Barber, and (SF)I.Strvanct< FI.) i.1.t state competition. ; three-for-three to drive inning; and holding CC to one Friday, 3:30: 5 p.m. (See page )
placed 11th in a field of 18 Levy Lennon.
schools at the Bob Hayes Invitational "Even though many boys 11)e
Track meet held didn't place, they turned in KH Junior
at Rains High School in Jack- good time," says Howard.
sonville. Levy Lennon ran his per- Baseball
(Host Rains High school took sonal best of this year in DON PEPE SALE
first place In the meet witha the 100 yard dash with a timeof
total of 99 points 10.2. The time of 10.0 won Plays OpensJunior
Two common rivals of BUS the event, an example of how
placed ahead of the Torna- tough the competition was at baseball for Key-
does. PalatkaSouth took fourth the meet. Jimmy Cauley also stone-area boys, 8-12, is in
place with 32 points and Clay ran a personal best of 16.2 full swing.
High took seventh with 18 seconds In the 120 high hurd- Practice for most of the
points. eight participating teams in Big
"We definitely could have les."I was not really pleased the community; league began a- car or
placed sixth in the meet, but with the results of the meet bout two weeks ago. The first
we didn't win the pole vault because it seemed like we game is scheduled for Wed-
event which we could have didn't have our minds on run- nesday, April 4, between Mc-
won," says' Track Coach Gro- ning, partly due to the high Kay Realty and Ray's Shell.
ver Howard. caliber of competition," says
Malachi Henry was the only (See Page 11)

BUS runner to place In indi- ..............................(....S..............page...............11).....).........................'............................ here M small
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BHS Golfers Begin Bantam PracticeThe Boys Tigers Crush OpponentsOn


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Place FourthIn 1973 version of the
STARKE ; Bantam Boys Baseball
FLA. practice sessions began Program County High's track Stearns, Smith, Massey, In- mas, LB; (4) Archer, I.
team christened its brand new terlachen. Mile relay0) LB- Monday, March 26 with 50
PHONE 984.5451 boys eight lane asphalt track In 440 dash(1)Brantley, CC, Watkins, Williams, Boyklns)
turning out for the
Initial session under Lake Butler Friday night by C) Weeks, LB; (3) Ross, LB; (2) CC.
tnSIT.SUN.! MAR\ 30-31 Conference vision of the Starke Recrea-super- crushing the visitors from (4) Thomas, I. Long JumpQBoyklns) ,LB;
-APR 1 tion Department.The Crescent City and Interlachen 880 runQ Thomas LB; (2) Watkins, LB; (3)Williams,

,-_. ... __DOUBLI I FEATURE Bradford High Johnson, LB; (3) Thomas,CC; LB; (4)Smith, CC.;
',. was very pleased. boys will practice each Lake Butler racked up 98 (4) Scaff, LB. High JumpQMlchner,CC;
:: .:.7 : : "..pifl ing their to thought that with a lot Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, points in the meet holding 330 IIIQ) Watkins, LB; (2) Parker, LB; (3) Crain,
j' we could get fourth and Friday afternoons, 5:00 Crescent City to 46 and In- ((2) Williams, CC; (3) Crain, I; ((4))Smith, LB.
wood
and with a little luck 6:3Q P.m. at the Pratt Street terlachen to 37. I, (4)Michner CC. Pole Vault0). Terry Thomas -
sonville. get third," says Coach Ball Field. Registration "We must have had 300 Sprint Medley- Q) CC; ((2) LB; (2) Massey, LB.
Terry Hurse. Is still open and those boys spectators. Track meets are L Shot Put-. Q) Lacey, LB;
for BITS
who have not registered may something new In Lake But- 220 dashQ Guthrle, I; ((2) (2) Brantley, CC; (3) SIr-
'.. lowed by Bradford still do so. Registration ler, but everyone loved it," Stearns, LB; (3) Browning, mones, LB; (3) Williams., CC.Dlscult .
42. Matt golfers forms may be picked up says Tiger Coach Ray Dukes. Q) Lacey, LB 1 ; (2)
A Tucker their season at home at the Pratt Street Center, 120 Hll- Q) Alfred Watkins CC.Two mile runQ) Lehtlner, Williams, CC; (3)) Williams,
SERRATE PEACE"ic. Ed a match with Green Monday through Friday, 3:30-: LB; ((2) Brantley, CC; (3) I: ((2) Williams. CC; (3) Tho- LB.

._..., ..1 rRt.D ... KInney 5:00: PM. Mlchner, CC.
i EGALiw ....'...__JOHN nNCWULESu n't place 110 dashQ Brown, I, (2)
w-..-. ROBLRTA GOLDSTON BHS has Williams, CC (3) Archer, I,
L Mr*-.....",.* NA, .to. _!u--. iARRV PEERCE. Friday at LB Wins 2 (4) Lawson, LB.; Double EE Mobile Homes Inc.
: (PO... A-uulur". !k+ 1I..1. ..pl.. ... state High. Clay 880 relay- Q) Alexander, 4500 N.W. 6th Street Gainesville, Fla.
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.;;... ,1. ting an average of .333 while practice for the next two
t. Bradford pitch. Timmy Whitehead has weeks and then they will 1 YEAR CONDITIONAL WARRANTYAll
an ave-
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scoring came
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4Y: Star inning when Dale Green rage of .666 from only three sible into their as evenly league as teams pos-, Sizes Including Doublewides!
p1 and Bill Rosier doub- games. John Woodley and John
In according to
J Recreation
) innocent t Ross are both hitting around Prices
l/l. two points Green home. Then in the .300. Director Randall Davis. CompetitiveCLIFF
led
Woodley with a
the all
The Kerwin Clyatt got on t'C is idle this weekend, but Regular league games are RANKIN, ,Manager
/ .. Bystanders first 296 on an error, and John Tuesday plays in West Nas- scheduled to begin the first
second ; singled Woodley home. sau and the next Friday travels week in May. PHONE 372-5267
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N t ,.ss&..Y'a.Wn., I I"..,...-M wuv,... Park ; scoring In the last of to Chiefland.
.. I TOXtNT/ : BySTANDERS inning when Ham- J _
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/ 1,1,, ......SWAFY BAKER< DONALD PlfAOTE( fifth, 324 ; got on base from a sing-
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STARKE FLA.n .
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CLOSED ON TUES The
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sponsored in Jacksonville at Robert Southern Discount Has Set .
Lee High School. Results
FRI.-SAT. MARCH 30-31 ted several meet will be in the Aside Some Cash To Help
In issue of the Telegraph.
DOUBLE FEATURE gether organized BHS travels to the You At Income Tax Time
of Florida Track
youths.so great the Florida Relays to be- (Loans Up To $600))
teams at 9 a.m. Then Tuesday
Palatka South will host
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briefings on Tax-Free Municipal Bonds. You'll learn MR. GROCER' : Thiscoupon This coupon when properly signed below Is good for 1 .
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--Q .tl. '" ..-:""';; Economics Agent ,1 )
"i Playing againot high steaks, / ..

I ; BY KATHY BROWNFAIR ..



FIT Ready To Fight d TIME!!! of and jar.name of product bottom

The Bradford County Fair
.. 1 Eunice Moncrief
I and Mrs.
Strawberry Festival Is
chairman of the Foods Depart-
At long last three Florida legislative flees was created with restructuring only all looking days away forward, and to we the are fun ment, will be accepting entries

chairmen are digging into the, of the executive branch Into 22 de- and excitement: It will bring of canned products, and bakes

burgeoning bureaucracy of state gov-, partments there have been estab- l/ r :' 14't 1/ The way to make the Faira products We hope that all
the excellent cooks In Brad-
ernment to see if it has grown so i lished 17 additional assistant or deputy C big success Is for every-

big that it is entirely out of hand., department head positions 44 4't '' '' // 4l one to participate that have been In the activities ford ples of County their; will products bring tor exam-exhibition .-

On the face of what we see and read new assistant or deputy division directorship's planned. In this division. I

the answer has got to be yes. and 49 assistant or dep- Preparations for the Home
Mrs. Lola Johnson chair-
bureau- Division and Youth Divisions !
uty chiefs.
e man of the Needlework: De-
All three of these chairmen are l ''r / iYl exhibits are running smoothly to
ii'Lj partment, will be happy re- I
but keeping me and the Chair-
members of the House Select Com Rep. Williams says that misuseof IrIflA////' Jill.it men of these divisions really cieve entries in several categories -

mittee now investigating Lt. Gov. state employes is widespread and : %;;151_ .z d busy. We are In the pro- : Children's or baby

Tom Adams' use of Commerce Department the recent Incidents disclosed in Tallahassee cess of "sprucing up" our garments, knitting, croche-
for his display with fresh paint, In ting, garments, lingerie,
employes personal are "just the top of the linens and miscellaneous.We .
benefit, but they have determined to iceberg." s vRENA anticipation: of many entries In ,
these divisions. Since this Is
set their sights on a broader field. first are also hoping that many
my year working with
people In the County;
Testimony at last week's hear- young
the Fair, I'm anxious for lots will exhibit Items they have
The three Influential House mem- ing in the Adams case would seem of participation In these divis- made. Mrs Lucile Godwinis

bers are Rep. Kenneth MacKay chair- to bear this out. Thomas Hardy a ions from the homemakers and chairman of the Youth Division -

man of the House Governmental Oper- Commerce Department employe under youth In Bradford County. and will accept exhibitsin

ations Committee; Rep. Marshall Adams told the committee that 1 l / I hope you will plan to enter the following classes;Baked

Harris, chairman of the Appropriations he had been removed as department many Items In the Fair ex- Products Food Preparation;
Canned Products Food Pre-
Committee and James hibits. Make plans now -
; Rep. personnel officer In October 1971 servation Home Improve-
entries will ;
Redman chairman of the House Select and had been assigned no duties since jI" ill day, April be 2, accepted from 1 Mon-p.m. ment; clothing, Miscellaneous -

Committee Investigating Adams and that time-- period In which he ( until 6 p.m.and Tuesday, April Needlework Pictures,

of the Joint Legislative Auditing Com- drew $21,000 in state salary paid-- ;# JI-- ft 3, from 8 a.m. till 12 Noon. will accept entries in these

mittee. you guessed Itby the taxpayers.Rep. I'j Remember that all articles: categories.
entered must be work of the
If you are Interested In exhibiting -
Harris will be examining exhibitor, and not have been 'at the Fair and want
agency Harris pointed to "a far exhibited In the Bradford
workloads and how they measure more harmful waste of employe time" County Fair previously No; more detailed information of
the various classes and
results seeking indicators for future by two entries in the pos-
using them for "incorrect" pub- 4- same pro- sible entries, Fair Premium
legislatures to use In determining THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR duct will be accepted from one Books available at
lic for things the Legis- are my
purposes Individual. The articles

agency efficiency and overstafflng. lature never intended. "An example .;,.:.,:.,:,.;,.:,.;,.:,.:.,:,.:,.:.,:,.:.,:.,:.,:.,:,.:.,:.,:.,:.,:.,:..:..:..:..:.:.:.:.:,.:.::.nn.::.:.:.::,..,:.:;.:;,.:.,:,.:,.;.,;.,;,.:.,:,.:..;..:.,:,.:.,:.,;,,:,.:,.;,.;,.;.,;.,..,..,:,.;,.;.,:.,..,:.,:,...,;,...,:.,..,.,......,...,.........................................."..".."..""....,...,,.,..,...,...,..,....'...,.......,.......,...,...,...,...,..,....;...,...;..:,...;..' be clean, in good condition must, office Building In on the North Agriculture 301, or at
he said "was ComptrollerBud and have been conpleted with
,
the Chamber Commerce Of-
committee
MacKay and his will
Dickinson's carrying his copilot in the past 12 months. fice. If you have questions,
the that Starke P.O.
try to identify agencies are
Establishing
as a small loan examiner. County please call me or the chair-
Exhibits of canned products
the best of their
making use person-
of the divi-
List Of Eligibles For Jobs must be in clear glass jarsof man appropriate
nel and try to find out what they sion.
Harris complained that some officials Agents standard size quarts, pints,
are doing right so it can be passedon
appeared to believe that "if or half pints only. Label I'm looking forward to meet-
to other state agencies that may the Legislature is not bright enoughto NotebookBY Postmaster T. C, Hazen, per annum, if employed on a them with your name, address, ing you at the Fair.
be doing things wrong including Jr., of the Starke postoffice, per annum basis. Increases
"overlaps" where two employes are give employees the job categories announces that applicationsare begin periodically from date Dell :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::.:::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
HonoredAs
assigned to the same job for more they want, then they (the officials) being accepted and exam- of appointment to $5.43 an
than will create them. "They hire them inations will be given to establish hour, or $10,907 per year. Outstanding NEW BOOKSAt
thirty days.
for one job and use them in another Bobby rr.t: a list of eligibles to
'd fill vacancies In the clerical Applications are available UF AlumnusSam The
The shocking fact Is that state often completely unrelated area, and the city carrier force at from the Starke postoffice and LibraryADULT
Harris said.MacKay. Taylor will be accepted until April
employment has increased by 21.5 .. ''' the Starke office. 5, 1973. T. Dell, Gainesville :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,:,:,:,:,:.:,:,:.:.:.:;:::;:.:::::::;:::::;.
per cent since the governmental "r. attorney, and nephew of Mrs.
: : .. J All
qualified applicants will
declared that some officials FICTION
organization" or lass, which consoli- Some of the fringe benefits Joe Wilson of Starke, was
dated 200 state agencies Into 20. are "bending the rules to fit If your garden soil has a regard receive to consideration without col- are: Job security, paid vacations one of two floridians receiv- Nethergate (Lofts); All Under -
race, religion
pH' value (acidity or alkalinity ing Distinguished Alumni A-
their needs personal or otherwise. on-the-job training, Heaven Buck> Oh! Where
The had been led to believe national
taxpayers ) or, origin, sex, poli-
level which is not suit- liberal retirement plan, sick wards at the Commencement Are ?
Bloody Mary's Earrings
that this reorganization was able for plant growth, it can tical affiliations, or any other leave with pay, low cost life Convocation at the Universityof (Player) Pure As The Lily
Little has been done since 1969to non-merit factors. ;
going to save tax moneybut just be corrected.One Insurance, low cost hospitaland Florida on March\ 17. (Cookson)); The Whore-Mother

the reverse Is true. look closely at how efficiently pro- area around the home The minimum age is 18! medical Insurance for the Mr. Dell is the grandsonof (Herron); Gospel(Ansell); Go-
grams are being carried out, or even employee and his family and the late Col. W.T. Weeksof
which often has an alkaline years, or only 16 years for ing Gently (Downs); What DidI
Job rolls climbed from 62,062 If their continued existence is warranted soil problem Is near the base high school graduates. paid holidays. With the ser- Starke. Do Tomorrow (Davies)>;; Bull

full-time employes in fiscal 1969 to In the reorganized state de- of walls. Rainwater or irri- vice moving fast toward me- Mr. Dell earned his Bache- Fire Heiney) The Snare
These chanization, free schooling lor of Science degree in ,(Spencer)) The Girl In The
partments.Gov. which washes down a positions, under cur- ;
75,374 In 1972an Increase of 13,312, block wall can eventuallycause rent salary schedules, start opportunities and many pro- 1935 and the Juris Doctor Plain Brown Wrapper (Mac-

or 4,228 per year. At the same time, the soil near the hometo at $4.14 per hour, or $8,322_ motion possibilities are now Degree in 1936 from the Donald); The Perilous Country -

state appropriations soared from Askew has also said become alkaline. This is available, Hazcn pointed out University of Florida, wherehe (Creasey); The Fortune
that
$2,102,932,637 per year to $3,009- also where most builders bury was a member of Florida Hunter (Morris); Charlie Flo-
he will concentrate his efforts during Blue Key,honorary leadership wers And The Melody Gardens
700,618 a difference of $905.7 their debris of plaster, con-
the final two years of his term toward crete, etc., and such spots fraternity, and Phi Delta (Howard));' Apostles Of Light
million.
increased governmental efficiency. are usually where yellowing Phi legal fraternity. (Douglas) La Maestra (Car-
.iIi( A ter)} The Truth About Uni-
plants are first noticed.If lie has practiced law In ;;
During the decade from 1960 to Gainesville continuously since corns (Reynolds); Michael's
Perhaps with all this belated exists Wife (Mlllhlser) Smouldering
1970 Florida's population grew an excess alkalinity 1936, serving 24 years as -
average of 3.71 per cent per year, interest on the part of our legis- near the house, the only solution '- .. Gainesville city attorney, and Fire (Stevenson); The
lative the soil zke Railroad Murders
Rocksburg
and is to remove
executive branches r
but we five as a memberof
the state payroll fattened years
was tc
suit- (Constantine)) To Love A
will and replace with a more ;
see some Improvement the State Board of Law
at almost twice that rate during the in this able material. If the soil Is ((9 lie Queen (Schoonover); Seven
shameful vy, Examiners. also serveson
first three years of governmental waste of time money and too alkaline because of liming the Board of Directors Days To A Killing (Egleton),
manpower in our state of Jean In The (Dun-
"reorganization. government. \ or a minimum natural of four leading financial institutions Twilight
-
If not, the taxpayers should rise up alkalinity, several acld- In the state.In can); The Pact (Petrocelli>.
A recent report showed that sincea in righteous wrath and demand act- forming materials can be usedto : 'V .: rk."'';'' .: -: The Autograph Hound (Lahr);.
new top level of administrative of- ion. reduce the soil pH. 1f. t. a the area of service Castle In Spain(Tamuz), Night

... and volunteer leadership, Mr. (O'Brien); Come Winter 0 Hunter -
"'
Super-fine dusting or wet- .. ,. ft ;'t'.:. >" : .' Dell has served many yearsas )}; Miss Seeton Sings (Car-
table sulfur Is probably the .L L N b trustee and member of vic); In Land Of Morning (Pe-

best material to use to acid- :.I W .Y the Administrative Board of trakis); A Death At The Bar

ify a soil. About 1 pound of his church, and in youth (Drummond); Let's Hear It
I It's A bout Time sulfur applied over a 1000 and historical preservation For The Deaf Man (McBain),

square foot area will decreasea organizations. lie has ser- Smokescreen (Francis);Burnt

sand soil one unit In pH 3- ved as president Gainesville Offerings (Marasco).
_w like from 7.0 to 60. Sulfur Area Chamber of Com-
must be washed Into the merce;'chairman of the flori- ADULT NONFICTIONThe
Consumers from coast to coast, one-month jump In 22 years. Food A
da Development Commission
soil Immediately after appli- ;
with a bone to pick over soaring prices, which accounted for almost cation or it will;severely burn n A A flAntiKnock president of the Florida Lea- Reader's Digest Treas-

meat prices, are gathering additional two-thirds of the February increasein grass or shallow plant roots. gue of Municipalities; a ury Of American Humor; Our

strength for a proposed nation- the total index,, spurted 2.4 per IndicatorEffective member of the Governor's Yesterdays (Rhyne)};Florida's
wide meat boycott the first week in cent. Other acid forming mater- Committee on Higher Flagler (Martin));; Let's Have
April. ials which can be used are Education; president of the Healthy Children (Davis);;

fertilizers like ammonium July 1 gasoline pumps in Florida will Alachua District, Boy Scoutsof Handbook Of Florida Palms
Calls for a nationwide meat boy- sulfate; iron sulfate or ammonium be labeled with decals which show anti-knock levels. America; and chairman (McGeachy); Deer Of The
One local housewife going cott during the week of April 1-7 nitrate. In the past, of Florida State Museum World (Whitehead); Plants

through a grocery check-out counter has gained the backing of several a material called aluminum Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner, in photo Committee. Poisonous To People (Mor-
Monday was shocked when the tab sulfate has been used but a- points to model gasoline pump and sample which will ton?: The Redbook Tlmesav-
consumer groups and many indivi- Ills service to the University -
luminum can be very toxicto help the Florida motorist select gasoline which best erook.book'; ; Snakes Of Flo-
added up to $88 for a two-weeks dual housewives throughout the na plants so it is safer to satisfies the needs of his car. of Florida Includes mem- rida (Godwin; Ecology, Con-
supply of groceries for her familyof tion. First California bership on the President's
suggested by two use sulfur to acidify a soil. servation, And Environment
four "I paid $68 for the same women who called their move- In many cases, Conner says, motor ists are paying Council, membership of the Control; TransportationThrough

order just two weeks ago," she ment FIT Fight Inflation Together), Normally, lime or dolomiteIs money required unnecessarily for their car for engines.higher priced This fuels is needlessly than is on Law the Center Board of Council Directorsof and The Complete The Ages Encyclopediaof (Georgano);

moaned. the meat ban idea has hit a res oon- used to Increase the pH expensive to the consumer," Conner states. the University: of Florida Practical Palmistry
sive chord housewives. or sweeten the soil. Lime Foundation, Inc., of whichhe
among angry contains calcium Brockman); Heredity In humans -
carbonate
Anger and frustration over con- while dolomite contains both Numbers on the decals, readily visible to the motor- is president. (Scheinfeld); John Quincy -

tinually rising prices especially "It's getting to the point where calcium and magnesium car- 'st, will range from one to six. Anti-knock levels increase Adams Glecht; Making

food prices-- are more In evidencenow you want to scream when you get to bonate. Another'\ material, hy- as the numbers Increase. For example, a number Children's Costumes (Lob-
five on pump would Indicate a higher anti-knock level Another strain un the ties } Atlas Of Animal Migra-
than at time drated lime ley ;;
since be used
any post- the meat Lake can fora
counter a City woman than would a number two.
between the generations" is tion (Jarman); This Is Ear
World War n quick change in soil pH I
days. said In explaining why she starteda but it burn when junior drives( his car Nightingale; (Nightingale)); The
can
called SOS ( Our severely plants The symbols relate to anti-knock level only and Into the and
group Save Sanity and is seldom recommendedfor garage runs 0\er Rise And Decline Of Fidel
Already there have been spas- ) which Is urging homemakers to home use. not to grade of fuel. his fathers bicycle. Castro Halperln).

modic boycotts on a small scale in prepare meatless menus during the

some parts of the country and it April 1-7 protest. To Increase the soil pH Savings Bond Sales Total $19,592 In Feb. Tom The Mix Life(Mix And> Take Legend My Wife Of
is unit 5 to 6
reported that some meat suppliersare one sayfrom ,
.Pleasel! (Youngman) Pot-
;;
beginning to get the message.A Of course, most of the ladles apply about 4 to 6 pounds of pourri, Incense And Other

few have responded with lower realize that it would be oversimplification dolomite foot or lime over Lime a ma-1000 Series E and H CnitedStates Sales in the first monthsof County Savings Bonds Chair- Fragrant Concoctions (Tucker -

prices even if it meant they did to blame the retail stores terials square are slow area.to react so Savings Bonds in Bradford 1973: totaled $23.5 million, man, S. L, Peek, Jr. noted ), Shakespeare's Sonnets:

not make their normal profit on for the recent spectacular increases. six months may be required County totaled $19,592, push- up 19.6 percent over the same that Savings Bonds continueto Self, Love And Art (Martin);;
ing sales to 24.6 The Man And The
percent of last Cervantes
period year. pay an increasing role in :
meat sales. They have no alternative but to before the soil pH rises. the county's 1973 sales goal Bradford County Volunteer savings program of many local Genius (Ledesma)); Travel

raise retail prices when wholesale families.Qiiiij Photography (Time-Life));;
According to U. S. News and prices are raised and so on down the To sum up the pU prob- Public Relations For Public
World Report Congress is being line. lem, follow these steps. Libraries (RIce); The Quest

besieged with mail complaining about But the ladles also realize that 9R1Dq For Noah's Ark (Montgomery -

spiraling food and rent costs and prices are based the old -First, find out the pH value ); The Other Florida (Ja-
on economic
of the soil where p ,, : :9- hoda) The Truth About Dra-
the stock market, worried by inflationand law of supply and demand-- and if Is planned Gabs or kits planting are A
tightening credit, has zagged to demand suddenly stops for meator available for pH determination tr1 MsMeuOe Book Of Houseplants (Fitch);;

unexpected lows when most experts anything else prices have nowhere ). Second, learn the pH G Free For Baby And Mother

thought It would zig to new highs. to go but down. If enough women preference or ornamentals to ,err (Weiss);; Hammarskjold Ur-
) The War Of 1812(Ma-.
be quhart
planted. 4ti0N BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER
rally to the
battlecry
being
hon>>; The Energy Crisis

On March 20 it was disclose broadcast by FIT, SOS, and other -Last, if necessary, raiseor PubUlh.d each Thursday'ond entered as Second Publisher (Rocks}; (Hour Of Gold, Hour
Clan
that the consumer price index ros> groups the results might be surprising lower the pit I of the soU Fl. under Act oC March ). 1879. Matter at the POSt Office at Starke Of Lead (Lindbergh)) The Art

.8 per cent in February the largess1 to best suit the plant Or If Of Making Tole Flowers And
this Isn't possible, select a Subscription rate in trade area: 56< per year: I3.JO six months. Ornaments Olornberger); The

plant which will thrive at the Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: |7 per year: $4.00 lix months. Stake, Fla. Implosion Conspiracy(Nlzer>);;
natural phi I of the soil. The Time Of The Buffalo(Mc-
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BRADFORD CO -v



Jr. Commission f I


trgrap1Mar Election Set J

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For April 4-5 ,


29, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 13Keystone A Community meeting waa t I
called at the Keystone Heights
School for discussion on the .
proposed new Junior Commis ir1
'
sion. :
By Linda Wharton Discussion was opened by

,, H iii,/, t tes Phone 473-4648.4734907or the the Rev.subject Tom matter Feamster presented on

by the ad-hoc committee.All .
,
this information was mailed -
GARDEN CLUB for Third, Mr. and Mrs. Ray to everyone that signed up .
OF TIlE LAKES Hughes with Miss Iva Hlll- at the first meeting in Feb-
The garden club will enjoya yer and Mrs. R. P. Vogh; ruary
field trip Thursday March Fourth, Mrs. C. V. Hardy Mayor Ray Starnes was also
29, to Wilmot Gardens at the and Mrs. Steve Sashoff. present and stated that hi
University of Florida. Thursday night winners: approved of the Idea of i
The ladles will meet at the First Mr. and Mrs. Jim Junior Commission am r

City Hall at 9 a.m., visit Pierce; Second, Mrs. Paley thought It would be to the advantage .
the ornamental horticulture Boyd and Mrs. W. J. Grolick; of the community: at
department at the U. of Fla. Tie for Third, Mrs. Ray Bec- a whole. He also stated tha
and enjoy lunch at the Student ker and Jim Fox, with Mrs. in addition to the words, "re.sponslbUlty"
Union Cafeteria.The H. R. Houser and Mrs. R. P. and "accounta

topic of the last meeting Vogh; Fourth, Mr. and Mrs. bility", the word"discipline"
by Jesse Godbold was ,Mike Falkel.MEATLESS. should be added. "Everyon
the transplanting of trees and I must practice "discipline" Gall
shrubs. Hostesses for the RECIPE w air areas life-work, sports
meeting were Mrs. Al Bach- With the meat boycott com studies and all facets of life,"
mann, Mrs. Don Pangborn ing up the first week In April he said. Part of 5,000 crowd attending annual Clay Electric meeting In Keystone Heights last Thursday -- (Photo

Mrs. Greaves, and Mrs. My many people have been There was not an over- by Gainesville Sun).
ers. searching their cook books whelming crowd at this meet-
for "meatless recipes". Betty .- ,' : I', "1"( .. Ing such as shown at the first
ARVEIt-MANNING Zowarka gave me one the I YFlorence \ meeting called. We are hop- Chappell Hits Welfare AbuseIn
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Tarver other day and it sounds so Ing that the enthusiasm shownat
of Jacksonville announce the good I thought I would shareIt the first meeting will not

engagement of their daughter, with you: dwindle and everyone will
Dana Suzanne, to Clayton Hay- CLAM BAKE Harris make an effort to make this Speech At Co-op MeetingAn

wood Manning, son of Mr. and 4 Eggs Honored On Her Junior Commission a success.
Mrs. P. G. Manning of Key- 30 Small Crackers (crum- Keystone is growing by leaps
stone Heights.The bled) RetirementOn and bounds and the problems estimated 5,000 mem- praised Clay Electric for its ed from the entire REA pro- 'crowd praised their perfor-
couple will be marriedon 1/4 Minced Onions of its residents, young and bers gathered on the grounds fine growth the past few years gram Initiated in Franklin mance. This year was no different -
May 5 at Saint Peters 1/2 teas.cup Worcestershire March 22 at 2 p.m. Mrs. old, are growing along with of Clay Electric's headquarters and mentioned several of the Roosevelt's Administration.The the !Nashville; group
Episcopal Church In Jackson- 2 Cups Milk Florence Harris was honored It. The only solution to these Thursday (March 22)for great things that have result- appeared to please everyoneas
ville. with a surprise farewell party problems which are bound to the cooperative's 35th annual congressman received the listeners began clap-
1/3 Stick of butter or mar-
in honor of her retirement arise is the banding together meeting. Care CenterTo his most enthusiastic ap- ping during several of the
Day
DEDICATION AT garine by her first grade room mothers of the citizens of Keystone The air was brisk and cool, plause when he attacked am- gospel songs.
BOY SCOUT CAMP Two 10 1/2 oz. Cans of Mrs. Gueterman and Heights in an orderly and but there was plenty of sun- Open April 2 nesty, the spending of welfare
The information center at Minced Clams with liquid Mrs. Waldron. The sixth period conducive fashion. shine to greet the co-op mem- funds to benefit those On the eating side of things,
the Baden-Powell Boy Scout 2 ThIs. Minced Green pep- was made free to all students The next step in the formation bers as they came to cast At 1st BaptistThe who won't work, and the Pre no one went hungry as near-
Camp was dedicated March per (dried) from grades one through of the Junior Com- their vote for members run- sident's proposal to provide ly 4,700 chicken dinner's were
24 to Luther Collier of Lake Beat eggs, add milk and 12, wishing to give their best mission will be for those ning for positions on the board First Baptist Church financial assistance for the served. This Included 900
City. Collier has been the crackers. Let stand 20 min- wishes to Mrs. Harris. wishing to run for the Com- of trustees, listen to U. S. of Keystone Heights has announced rebuilding of North; Vietnam. pounds of cole slaw, 342 loaves

Scoutmaster for Troop 85 in utes. Add rest of ingredients.Pour During her teaching years, mission to get 25 signatureson Rep. Bill Chappell, be enter- that It will open its The Blackwood Singers appeared of bread, 180 gallons of tea
Lake City for the past 35 Into greased casseroledish. Mrs. Harris had her students a petition to have his or tained by the Blackwood Sin- Day Care Center Monday, A- at the annual meet- 80 gallons of coffee and uncounted -
years. Bake one hour at 350 draw a picture of themselveson her name placed on the bal- gers, enjoy a fried chicken pril 2. and the gallons of beans.
Many of his former scouts degrees. Thiss can be done the last day of school. Being lot. The election of the new lunch, and view several exhibits Several pre-school children ing two years ago
were on hand for the dedica- the day before Happy Meat- quite a sentimentalist Junior Commission will be in the co-op's garage have registered for the Cen- -- -
tion ceremony conducted by less week! Mrs. Harris kept these pictures held April 4 and 5.Community. area. ter, according to Rev. Law-
the Reverend Echols of Lake and presented them to Winning three-yew termsto rence Carroll, pastor of the
A FULL
City. PERSONALSFran the students that went by to the nlne-memberboard of church. Keystone
Chesslngton played wish her farewell. These pic- trustees were: Zedra Hamilton Located at the church's education
CUB SCOUT NEWS hostess to many ladles com- tures will be cherished by of Brooker; Dick Surrency building, the center SERVICEBANK
Cub Scout Pack 305 held ing in for the Ladles invita- her students for years to Church WomenTo of Hawthorne, and former will be open from 7 a.m. State Bank
their Webelos campout Fri- tional last weekend. Among come. Meet 2 Florida House Representative to 6 p.m., Monday through
day, March 16, at the Boy her guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harris stated that her Apr. Wayne Holllngsworth of Lake Friday, for full-time child- I
Scout Camp on Lake Crys- F. H. Hamilton Mrs. Kay teaching career has been a City. Sam Hogg of Crescent ren and "drop-In." Mrs. I- MEMBER F.D.I.C.
The of theWomen's
general meeting
tal. The boys and Cubmaster Barden of Charleston S. C., wonderful experience and that City was the victor over Jerome rene Combas of Keystone
Sellers did not let the Genie Jett and her friend, she will cherish all the mem- Community organization Church will of the be Reiter, 657 to 474, to Heights Is the center's director Pave the Way for Your
bad weather dampen their spirits Rosemary Carter, of Moody rles of her past 17 years of fill a two-year unexpired term t
held April 2 at 7:30: at
p.m.
and weathered the stormin AFB, Valdosta, Ga. Julie teaching.Her .
in District 2. Hamilton and
the educational building Something"A
"Special
fine shape with only one Klein, Ida Mae Branch and first grade students Surrency were Incumbents. RUMMAGE SALE--
Ci Mrs. Roy Turknett will favor -
several other ladles from -
tent blowing down. sang two songs under the direction the with one of Hamilton defeated E. F. Al- A rummage sale, sponsoredby
Saturday afternoon, the boys cala. All the ladles enjoyedthe of Mrs. Stewart Mc- group
her Inspirational devotionalsand ken of Keystone Heights, 810 the Community Church Women
their parents and friends en- tournament and their stay Cord and was presented witha the speaker of the even- to 636 In the District 5 race will be held Saturday,
Joyed a cook out at the camp. In Keystone. decoupage school house Ing will be Joice Henschke while Surrency (unopposed) April 7, at the Masonic Tem-
On Friday, March 23, at 8 I understand that Steven! purse from Mrs. Guetermanand of Jacksonville, who will discuss received 960 votes In retaining ple from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Paredes has done It again
p.m. Pack 305 held their annual Mrs. Waldron. her work in missions in his District 3 seat. All who are contributing to
fund raising Father and lIe came home this last quar- Waldron and Patrick
Terry Mexico where she has served Hollingswroth defeated A. C. the sale, please bring your
Son Bake Sale at the American ter Steven with Is another married 4.0 average.and Gueterman. of her with first grade, for the past 12 years with a Jones, 792 to 561, for the items on Friday, April 6,
Invited now presented her a decoupage -
Legion. Everyone was -
District 7 seat. from 2 to 5 p.m. Mrs. Ken-
to attend and bid the his wife Bobble is doing a class picture and she Gospel group.
on
The business meeting, following Chappell was warmly greeted neth Reighard and Mrs. Ken-
delicious cakes the fathers great job "pushing hubbythrough" also received many other
the most Interesting by the co-op membersand neth Cooper will be on handto
and whipped for Steven will graduate gifts and flowers.
sons together was applauded several receive donations for the
electionof
will be the
in June from the Univer- program,
will missedby
the occasion. Prizes for the Mrs. Harris be lie
times during his speech. sale.
The
officers for 1973-74.
of Florida with his Phar-
most outstanding cakes were sity each and every one and
awarded. maceutical Degree. Congratulations they wish her much happinessIn slate of officers presentedat 'GR
Steven! her retirement years. She the last general meeting Environmental Education TopicIn
the nominating Chairwoman -
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Is a teacher a child should by
Winners of the duplicate Miss Bonnie Dean Adams, have at least once In his Mrs. Michael Redfearn Series Of Workshops HereFirst 907JAN'77M.71
of Mr. and Mrs. Hal were: Mrs. Ernest McLean,
daughter school
bridge game played Tuesday< years.
Mrs. Walter Gro-
March 20, at the Melrose B. Adams of MIddleburg, was president; in a series of work- line National Memorial; Frank A ? Wedding? Car? Deposit
lick 1st Vice-president Mrs. Trip
Woman's Club were: First presented in the Jean Nice ; shops was held on March 21 Hill and Mike Long from the
Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs. Musical Concert held at the AlexanderMrs. Charles Smith, 2nd Vice-pre- for volunteer educators at Florida Forest Service; Sam money regularly in a savings
M. Falkel
sident Mrs. H. ,
C. V. Home; Second, Mr. Civic Auditorium In Jacksonville ; Gold Head Branch State Park Pugh from the Soil Conservation it's the make that
and Mrs. Richard to
last Saturday evening. Nora Alexander, 81, secretary; account. way
and Mrs. Jim Pierce; Tie when 15 volunteers from Key- Agency and Mrs. Marilyn
Her many Keystone friends of Melrose, died Friday, Sunderland treasurer. stone Heights, Penney Farms, Mullls from the Florida State dream come true. Interest rates?
March 23, in a Gainesville All members are urged to and Orange Park were oriented Parks.
hospital after an extended ill- attend this general meetingand Into the field of Environ- Volunteers were InstructedIn Highest allowed by law.
FISHING CONTEST ness. She was a former res- vote in this fine.- slate mental Education by several the Whys and Hows of tea-
ident of Waldo, where she had of officers. A Circle count state and federal agencies. ching In nature's classroomand A full-ServIce Bank
lived for many years. will be taken, so please be These volunteers will assist given Information that will

Surviving are two sisters, present and support your Circle teachers in Clay County on be helpful to them when they YOUR FRIENDLY BANK IN YOUR
STARTING Mrs. Susie Preston and Mrs. leaders. field trips to several outdoor start leading their school
1 Ida Perry, both of Melrose. study areas In the county. groups next fall. FRIENDLY COMMUNITY
,_--44 Funeral services were heldat Contest Speakers at the workshop Next workshop will be held KEYSTONE
Fishing HEIGHTS FLA.
,I h hX11 2 p.m. Sunday in the Waldo included: Virgil Kohlhepp, on April 25, 1973, at Gold
I, APRIL 1' Baptist Church with Rev.Jerry Sponsored By park ranger from Ft Caro- Head Branch State Park.
Milton and Rev. A.D. Mar- .
tin conducting. Interment was Slim At KHAn

2nd In the direction Melrose of Cemetery DeWitt under C. area fishing contest Mr. & Mrs. Lonnie Rhoden Are Happy To

Jones Funeral Home of Key- sponsored by Sllm's Fish 'n -
stone Heights. Stuff of Keystone Heights,will Announce The Reopening Of .

start April 2, with prizes a-
PRIZES q o ;I # '##" 'I 'I" warded weekly.
Awards will be made for
AWARDED were quite Impressed with the largest fish caught in the Q uLAN ELLS GIFT &
lit the professionalism demon- following categories: black ,,,,
r strated by Miss Adams and bass, specks, bream, and cat
WEEKLY; : '
the rest of the cast. Following -
Jc I I'L the concert. Miss Adams fish.All anglers Interested in BOUTIQUE"Specializing
and her family entertained
this contest obtain -
entering may
:;;.J'
friends with a party at their
-- =- complete details atSlims.
lovely home In MIddleburg. All anglers who fish In After 5 Fashions
FOR THE BIGGEST Attending from Keystone
in the Keystone area are invited -
Heights were Mr. and Mrs. to
(Above Specified Minimum) Everett Fox, Jim Fox, Mrs. participate.

Bream Ctitfish Les Stephenson Mr. and Mrs. IheOld1m&z SWIMWEAR PALA ZOO PANTS,,
Black Bass Spec John Sweet and Mr. and Mrs.

Lee Stephenson. I

son Mrs., Roy,Betty has been Gratzmlller's enjoyinga r :.:: 86 I ; c:: AND MANY OTHERS

visit in Keystone Heights \
for the last three weeks. He )
has Just completed a four- A

Bettm tAJ year tour of duty with the __::; ?I .\,1 You Are Invited To Come In And Browse Around
nq US Army, and left Fridayfor
Hattiesburg, Miss wherehe "Alimony U. like milking
will be associated with the payment on )our rur-
the Medical Center and studying after It'. been wrecked:'
BEGINS HERE at the university. Mrs. LANELCS GIFTS& BOUTIQUEWhere
Gratzmlller, for those who
do not know. Is the new office S.E.McKAYREALTORS
---., -- manager at Lovorn Real-
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ty.John and Gloria Allen and Keystone Hts. 473.4816 You Will Find Everything

Get Complete Information At children are guests of John's
mother, Mrs. Lena lemons HOMES ACREAGES
of Hlllcrest. They are pre- RENTALS For The Complete Woman -
SLIM'SFISH sently residing In Mechanics-
rtlle. N. Y. Mn. Melba llgn 473-4740 THE.LATEST IN STYLE FASHION' & UNIQUENESSOn
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ottiner -
TV STUFF Col. Ch. lngton473-4679
; have been enjoying a visit J. ..
& M.lrot. 475-2211
from their son S/Sgt. Lea- L.J. Robinson 475-1041 Highway21 Between Keystone
Highway 21 North Keystone Huts, Fla. man A. Temple, his wife Shlr- Pa.chl! Carr 473-4058

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LAWTEY Notes a
I News -

(From Page 13) Many people from Keystone

By Helen Egan enjoyed the grand opening of
ERnbeth Tn7
By and Leamon Jr.
t ley son, ,
the County Jail in Green Cove
I- Mr. April, the month of Fair Lake have been entertaining The Egans have been over- S/Sgt Temple has been sta- Springs recently.Mr. .
CHURCH SCHEDULESAND selections. Roger Eunice of son and daughter-in-law Bazaars and exodus of many several folks from the colder whelmed with kindness par- tioned in Blythevllle AFB,

Grace ACTIVITIES United Methodist guest Knoxvllle at the, Homecoming.Tenn. was also Rev.a and Roger Mrs.Eunice Dearl Bradley.of Knoxvllle winter visitors is also a busy regions. The Ray Ester- ticularly in visiting husband ark. but Is being transferredto and Mrs Charles T.
month such vigs daughters Elaine and (Francis) Frank at the Bradford -
these Dur-
home Satur- as announcements Guam for 15 months. Smith have returned from
Bowers the Tenn. arrived a
ChurchSunday School 9:45 brought message ,
and Barbara of Sun Pra- "Club"at
Janet That
will indicate. Hospital. this time his wife and
after which visit with his parents ing day In Deland where they attended -
a.m. Worship Service, 11 a.m. dinner was servedon day for a and Bill Osboring and knows
Harold The Community Church irie; the Drug Store sure son will be residing in Key- the luncheon and meetIng
and 7 p.m. MYF Monday, 7p.m. the grounds. Mr. and Mrs. -
of Detroit
Richard Smlglelskl -
Boards and Church Women how and actually do perform
are stone.
at of the Central Florida Du-
preached
followed Choir Prac- Eunice. Roger
by PERSONALS Highland Baptist Church Sun- focusing their attention on the the latter are Barbaraand miracles of cheer and good- Ray and Julie Crabtree spent pont Retiree's Association.
tice.The School Executive Janet's friends Mrs. Es- which was outstanding in
Sunday ness, this past weekend Keystonewith
Sub District Meetingof Mrs. George Roberts Sr., day night.
1&. daughter of Royal the
Board meeting of March 27 tervig these past two weeks. By Julie's family and
United Methodist Womenwas and Mrs. Hubert Priest vis- George Baisden of Jacksonville at the home of Mr. and Mrs. and Esther Shultis. way local admittance of lastweek's .friends. ............. '........ ...........................
held at the First United ited Miss Enza Blanchard at was a guest of his cousins -
the sick folks in the
Lonnie Edwards on Carroll Reporting on paper put me If has jay items of
Oscar anyone
Methodist Church In Starkeon Baker County Nursing Mr. and Mrs.
Home ,
in talking to Mrs. Fern Hanson I not Fran-
but
Drive, Lake Brooklyn, to hospital am Interest for this personal col- JacksonvilleDirectory
Tuesday morning. Coffee Macclenny on Thursday of Carter, Friday to Tuesday.
Sunday, she is not too Helen and I had
Barfleld which the members of the on cis but as umn, please don't hesitate to
L.
cake and coffee were served last week. Her sister Miss Friends of H.
about the months
encouraged prog- few
Board of Christian Educationare my turn some call me.
the arrived. Those Arthurlne Blanchard visited regret to learn that he Is
as guests
of her husband Julius.He husband
and
Invited. ress years past, my Mrs. Thomas Colleran
attending from Lawtey church her on Friday of this veek. surgical patient at St. Luke'sHospital.
a
Beautifying, as well as me- is at home but quite weak thought he'd have his turn. Mrs. Charles Osborn and Mrs.
Miss Elizabeth and He will have sur-
were Mrs. Truby Walnwrlght, Terry morializing loved ones atEas- and recently needed medical By the time this paper Is Charlie Oliver of Aberdeen,
Mrs. Hermle Miss Ar- Mrs. James Norman and sons on Monday.
Kelly. gery of doctor and Frank will
a none delivered trust
ter time the chairman of care we Md. were in Keystone recently -
thurlne Blanchard, Mrs. Hubert called on Mrs. Llssie Star- Sympathy of the commun-
Book of Golden Memories be home and gaining back those their friends
Priest, Mrs. George Roberts ling of Jacksonville last Friday ity is extended to the Chris was available. visiting many Auto Sals, and Service
Mrs. Roy Bridges is arran- Helen PI- pounds and pounds he lost over following a tour down state.It .
Mrs.
in the deathof In phoning
Mrs. Starling came home tiansen family
Olin of
Sr. and Mrs.
duration.Here'sa
for Easter three months the
ging lily plantsto will be remembered
with them and stayed with her non to find out how Bill was Parruh Motor
Starke. daughter Mrs. Elsie Normanand their husband and father, bank the Church sanctuaryon doing, he answered the phone recommendation to any Jerusha and Charlie Oliver
the James Normans for a' Herbert Christiansen who April 22. Christmas poin- and always says O. K. However stranger In town or persons Herb and Evalyn Williams donated -
Highland Baptist Church- passed away last Friday. settias were in abundance on he is undergoing daily lonesomejust go down to the land for the Keystone SALES
,
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Wor- week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Castellof the chancel and were in like treatment In Gainesville.Kind Belote's Drug Store and join Heights Woman's Club. :RTr: VOLVO
Coblna Sills
Mrs. and chil-
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Clearwater spent Satur- manner a colorful and appro- friends supplying the the coffee club. They are Adele Hardenberg is home PA
dren of Cedar Key Wed- are
,were
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday day with Mr. and Mrs. Jack priate tribute to dear ones. of travel from their TOPS! again after a little set-back
nesday overnight guests of means
7:30 p.m. followed by their uncle and aunt Mr. and Kuhne and family. Such a plan Is in the mak- home on Smith Lake. When Over the miles came a sad from her surgery and Is reported A1w.;jr. Good 1'ird Can
Choir Practice. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore ing for Easter. Call Mrs. notice of the sudden death of doing very well. Our
Mrs. Hubert Priest. Illness comes a refrigerator til Lair St. Ph. 3565151EiAwps
Rev. and Mrs. Bowers Homecoming of Mrs. J. L. Young of Atlanta were guests of their sister Bridges at 473-4135 for your Is an essential need, but Mrs. Egan's foster daughter'shusband wishes for a speedy recovery, -
Branford, attended In
Jack- Clements
Miss Rachel Boyer In memorial plantThe J. W. Adele!
the Pinons ;
Ga. Mrs. unfortunately gave
Clyde Fitzgerald -
at Highland Baptist sonville last Friday. Church Women Work- Laguna Beach Calif. Jay had noticed main
Have our
Miss Prescott and Mrs. Johnny Young out, and they have to go out you
Church. Slnah
of Ga. weekend Mrs. Harold Eunice enter- shop, at which meeting: gar- to some meals. Here again just retired as a Boy Scout street In Keystone and the YA:M\ ATr.t-r-T-___
Athens
were
H. ,
with Mr. and Mrs.
came ed St. Vincent's Hospital on made for the executive and was enjoyinghis 100'?'
In wheel guests of her mother, Mrs.A. ments were friends are there when need- long stretch along Hiway CNN( : and 111111.1.On"s: ,
Bennett
W. a chair C. Pearce. Tuesday and underwent sur- Starke Nursing home. This ed and nearby a friend's deep leisure and pursuing some It has received it's Spring :

dren Mr. ,and of Mrs.Danville Hyler Va.and Their chil- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grlffls gery on Wednesday. She will reporter took one lapthrowand freeze came Into use forthem. hobby of writing on fishing. Cleaning and is neatly edged.
appreciate visits and cards. two walker bags Into the
daughter Sandra Kay who Is returned home Sunday after Miss Elizabeth Terry visit- Nursing Home last week, justas
a cerebral palsy victim sanga spending the weekend at Ci- ed Mrs. Carl Prevatt In Ala-
the patients were having
selection. Mr. and Mrs.Bell cala. Mrs. Grlffls Is the for-
Tues $ $
$
chua County Hospital on supper. The attending nurse Iii $
of Baldwin brought a trio of mer Mrs.R.L.Bradley. Their Another guest was her
wedding solemnized day. had Mrs. Egan take one of ,i/111
/
was
Home
for
girls from Victory former pastor Edgar Wilkinson the bags to a patient and ''I,
March 16 at the home of her
Girls there who sang several
of Hollister on Saturday. It was placed on her walker -
We are glad to report that which was a surprise for
she Is getting along fine at the patient, which includeda 1 KIMUA1.I. "SW1MJER"ORGANS

HOMESTEAD this time. comb, tissue and note pa-
Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan per. The expressed joy from H.B.D. CARPET Roosevelt Mall 388.8519
were Tuesday overnight table 2929 N. W. 13th GoinesvlIU
RESTAURANT all about the supper
guests of their brotherinlaw was a highlight for the don- I II IS !'' FURNITURE
H.ff.Y. 21 Keystone Hgts. and sister Mr. and Mrs. or. This is mentioned because jl ,
W. II. Prfngle and Mr. and another patient was In the FURNITURE
THEIR
TO
MOVING
Extends An Invitation To All The Mrs. Burchfield Miller and hallway with a lap throw, but AT DISCOUN
all of Sanford.
daughter three patients at the table
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vog- were wheel chairs and need NEW 'BUILDINGMust Complete f
1",1
Folks Of Keystone & Starke Area ler and daughters of New Smy- ed a throw. Five inch squares II! Hou. riolJFurnithinat .... ';:::i
rna Beach, spent Sunday with have been cut, many more .. :

TO DINE WITH US. : W.their A. parents Mosley., Mr. and Mrs. needed stresses essentially to put the squares, seam- Heduee&rJ.. Up To 40% Savings

Mrs. Morris Kelley Tina, together, and a soft flannel
,n_ 1 ISTEAK I Choir Co.
.I r. ._-.; I Tammy and Tim, spent Sun- lining, all of which can be Baxley
Pi1"1 day with her mother, Mrs. done on a sewing machine, Inventory wALL 64! Cat.ttt 1 Blort

..\ 4-. Robert Hodges In Macclenny. either at the Wednesday Work- From 1.10
Atj shops or at home. Jockionville3UM741
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs When visiting In the Brad- SHAG 325

were guests of their brother ford Hospital last week as
& SEAFOODOur and sister-in-law, Mr. and this reporter's husband has '' AUTO ELECTRIC
Mrs. Lester Dobbs of Gainesville been a patient, but Is expec- 65; oz. Waffle Padding $1.70
PEA VY
on Sunday morning.Mr. ted home the first of this : 86.00 Brothers
Speciality and Mrs. Russell Tyson week (March 26)i) Mrs. Rahn- 8' Foam Padding Electric Co.,
"'
Jacksonville spent Wed- hild Carlson of Keystone wasa '
1 Mile! E. H
Keystone ts. .
? Alternators
Starter
nesday of last week with
patient, having to have another '" "
Enjoy; The Beautiful View Of their niece Mrs. Ernest toe removed. She will Lake Geneva t:1:: 1'1'' Generator Regulators

Raulerson.Mr. be able to get about with a JJ : h
and Mrs. Kay Stephenson walker and these walker 473-4006 or 4572 r,
so AUTOTRUCK . .
Lake Brooklyn, While You Dine. . of Macclenny were Sun- bags will be available to her,
day guests of their grandmother so workers are still neededat :. DIESEL
"
... .
Mrs- Bryant Reddish ,
Open 11-9 Weekdays and mother, Mrs. Bessie Ste- the workshop: ", 4044 Lenox Av. Jax.

phenson.Mr. On March 27 the Senior CitIzens 3872528
11-10 Fri & Sat. and Mrs. R. E. Noe Club members held a

of Hanover Ind. were Sunday White Elephant Sale which
11-S Sun.KEYSTONE overnight guests of Mr. was In the form of a 'Blind' ... I
and Mrs. Paul Lock and family auction, as all gifts were '/
""'-
wrapped. Proceeds will go -
Miss Debbie Napier of Lake toward the annual luncheon ata "-

Forest Academy, Orlando, local restaurant, expense. \0-
spent the week with her grandparents Today March 29, is a day
MEIROSE Mr. and Mrs. B. L.WlIklson. of many activities. At 9:30:

Sr. a.m. at the Melrose Homemakers I
BUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pad- Club House, the mon- Z-- r -

gett and family of Middleburg thly meeting of the Club will ,
were Sunday dinner guestsof be held. The monthly subject ----- I /

SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN their brother-in-law and will be "Law In Everyday S I
sister; Mr. and Mrs Gene Life". Sometimes there may I
SLIM'S f) e HARDWARE Taylor and family. be an instance when the law
V ANDGARDCM Daniel \Vllklson and :Miss may be of help, so mem- '"

Fish -'H'. Stuff. CiNTll Jane Gillespie Sunday of with Jacksonvillespent his par- bers will when tell answering of this experience the- ':.-- \ V //N

Live Bolt A complete line of Hdw. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Roll Call. /
Wllkison. / I
Clek.t..Shlnn..Wom. BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Herring Following the regular bus-
Minnowi Plumbing Gro-'!Ton.& Electrical FertilisersInsecticides Supp. and son Bill, of Orlando iness meeting, presided over / )
TACKLERODSREELSFISHINGS. spent the weekend with by President Mrs.Elaine Ashley ,

HUNTING their grandparents Mr. and a workshop of arts or
Lumbor
LICENSES AMMUNITION & Building Materials Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. sewing class will be organ- !
Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Light ,
Carl
ICE Mr. and Mrs. Hopper ized. Those attending the sew

Keystone Hgts. 473-4357 Keystone Height 473-3663 of Lexington, Ind., spent the ing workshop will bring a -
week with Mr. and Mrs. Paul sandwich and beverage and
FURNITURE-GIFTS TELEVISION COND. Lock and family dessert will be served by -
Phil Anderson, son of Mr. hostess of the day. (Ii :JII --- :: r
Lake Geneva TV Service Center and Mrs. Dick Anderson is a Members will vote on the --c ::=- _

patient at the Medical Center amendment to By-Laws per- ?= / jl
Furniture Quustu- Gainesville, after being taining to Article H, "Natureof :
Injured on the Lawtey base- Club," (Membership). _
Gift & Candle Shop TV- STERO ball diamond. lIe had facial April 2, Bake Sale at Mel-

CAR AND PORTABLE surgery. lie will appreciate rose Post office, for benefitof
EXQUISITE GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL visits and cards. the County Council Summer HAVE YOU BEEN FISHINGIN

Nam Brand Furniture, AND :Mr. and Mrs. Ilermle Kel- Camp for diabetic child or
RESIDENTIALAIR ly and Mrs. Truby Walnwrlght children.

Mattresse-. J AIR CONDITIONING visited their cousin, Mrs. Lo-
ca \\hltten, of Lake Butler FELLOWSHIP CLUB
SALES & SERVICE WRONG POND ?
Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva on Sunday Her sister Miss The monthly Game-Fun Day THE

1 Mi. East o< Keyttone Hgt*. KEYSTONE 473. 651 Dora Johnson, passed Gen-awayat will be this afternoon at 1:30:
noon Sunday In Alachua (March 29), in Lions Club

R L ESA "MOBILE HOME" eral Sympathy; Hospital of the Gainesville.communityIs Bingo Building.and The the Fun social of Family hour If You Want A Sure Thing. Invest Your Money In A Guaranty Federal Savings And

Richard TeL oyorn Want to tell your Mobil. extended to Mrs. Whitten with refreshments which follows Loan Savings Account Where You Can Count
who was a former school tea- Is a fine time to enjoy On Getting The Highest Earnings Avail
? If
Horn hay a buyer,
you
K3g. Real Estate Broker cher here. folks of
Mobile your own age group, able Under The Law.
Ham Broker will
Miss Priscilla Tanner of the as this Fellowship Club is
LAKE PROPERTIES., arrange ALL financing and University of South Florida comprised largely of Senior

RESIDENTIAL ''''' insurance details for a brokerage Tampa, spent the weekend with couples, as well as single At Guaranty Federal We Take A Special Interest In You And Your Financial Needs.
f.. of 10% of the telling her parents, Mr. and Mrs. folk. It is sort of a fam-
BUSINESS I ACREAGE J? price. For more information L. S. Tanner. ily getting together. Ed Ro-
APPRAISALS callMOBILE Mrs. Edith Swinney spent berts Is emcee and his good
Wednesday with her son-in- wife Lilly provides tasty goodIes IT PAYS TO SAVE: WHERE: IT PAYS YOU TO SAVE:!
Keystone Hgti. 473-3254 HOME BROKERS law and daughter, Mr and at refreshment time.
473-4692 Mrs. C. A. North and family -

RT. 1 BOX 350 J In Jacksonville. SOCIAL AARP CLUB ( First
Formerly F.d.ral
Edna Saving 6V Loan Association Of Stark)
Knepper4.3.4111 Mr. and Mrs. Ilermle Kel- Newcomers and oldest of C;
Martha Durbin; 473.3362 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666 ly attended the 35th Annual earlier retirement days join

Jim Fox 473.4148 PHONE 4751751BEAUTY Clay Electric Cooperative together for a talk fest, an
C.B. McAfee 4'3-40JO Meeting at Keystone Heights old fashioned getting acquainted GUARANTY FEDERAL
last Thursday. time and will meet on A- fIlilJJ
SHOP Mrs. Allene Armstrong of pril 5 at 1:30 in the small

S.E. McKAY REALTOR Lakeland returned home white cottage next to the educational Liimnr
after spending several
Monday
Nell' building of Com-
.
.
Member. of Society days with her sister Mrs. munity Church. This is a real .. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Beauty Style Shot of Residential Appraisers Flossie Rosier. ,
Informal meeting, no dues,
"For a lovelier Serving This Are For 26 Years Mrs. Ernest Wells returned just being together and tryingto The House Of .> STARKE
you" Mrs. M.lba llg.n 473-4740 home Sunday night after a keep in touch with others Saving OFFICE

4751041Dolores visit with her grandson and should any be HI, or need-
Phon.475.221 L. J. Robinson
Gllmor. 473.3600 granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ing assistance. Transportation Savings Insured By The F.d.ral .. ..
Arthur Green and family of will be provided 395 IV, MADISON ST. PHONE 964-5000
Between Joanne P. Gassett 475.1622 Albany.Ga. by call- Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
Ing 473-4748 (Egan).
Key.to-. Paschal Carr 473-4053 Mr. and Mrs. Gene For-
i James Ch.sslngton'<73-4679 sythe of Palatka, and Mr. PERSONALS You May Also Make Deposits and Withdrawals In Gainesville At Guaranty Federal's Other Offices
Height P-
and Mrs. A. B. Rosier of
Mr. and Mrs.
Metre. 'T Ilomes- e-Rentals Green Cove Springs were tis of Sun Prairie Royal\V18.Shul-who 220 N. Main 3501 W. University

Lake Front Sales Force:. guests of Mrs. Flossie Rosier are winter residents of Spring
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COPYRIGHT 1973 PRICES GOOD THURS. MARCH, 29 THRU SUN. APRIL 1 1W .


PURE SAVE IJc\ Ib. WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BOTTOMGround
D BRAND

Beef. 3 A. $259 Round Steak .Br.ss. LB. $138

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..::.. FRESH RIB HALF OR WHOLE SAVE 31c lb. WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF ti

.4 Pork Loin LB.98c Roast B.ON.EII.SS. $148 i
. Rump LB. r /
SAVE lOc BANQUET ((9 or Mor. P...c.i Fully Cook.d) SAVE 21c lb. W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF /

Chicken 2 $149 Chuck Steak LB.98c
Fried *. .

SAVE lOc W.D BRAND SMOKED PORK SHOULDER SAVE 20c Ib W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF

Whole Picnics LB.69c California Roast LB. $109 : ,

SAVE 10c GRADE "A" W.D BRAND REDI-BASTED SAVE 3le Ib. W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF HANOI.PAK

Breast ,99C Ground Round $128
Turkey . "

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1 \ ,osson BGJ&- $ 28 c;

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PER LB.
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SAVE 17c SOFT WEVE THRIFTY MAID
Bathroom Tissue 4 '.5? $100 Tomatoes . . 5 16 CANS.or $100

SAVE lie GIANT CARNATIONDrive
L L ( i 4-: 58C Skim Milk 7 C'A'N'S *1
Detergent . . .
SAVE 12c JUMBO VIVA THRIFTY MAID STEMS & PIECES
Towels 3 88C Mushrooms .4 SANS: : $T|00 9C
.. Paper . ROLLS .;
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SAVE 23c GREEi GIANT THRIFTY MAIDBartlett
I BLUE PLATE r \ Early Peas . 5 'CANS $100 Pears . 3 16 CANS oz SSe

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SAVE 27e THRIFTY MAID I

Mayonnaise' alY pal..,., Astor Coffee . & 68e Peaches . . 3 N CANS'' $|00
I V.\ Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes DISPOSABLE DIAPERS

: SAVE % Tuna BETTY CROCKER HAMBURGER Helpers OR 2 PKGS $1<>o FEMININE Handy Pants . 'IK'ci; 68C

11 c DEL MONTE 12 CT.
.2 32'01 n Kotex . . . PKG. 39
Tomato Catsup BTLS
DEL MONTE
32-oz. rLLWMTkLLIB'IRffMN DOUGLAS 5201 Pineapple I Juice 3 SANS $1 00
JAR o c;; 1 Whole Chicken . CAN 99c DIXIE DARLING

W,. BATH SIZE Family Bread .4 LOAVES' $100
DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise 5 $100
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DINNERS
JAR PKGS.:
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4 G.. RED DELICIOUS SAVE 50c TASTE O1 SEA
'; Western Apples. 8 "R aac Fish Krunchees . .3 .".G $1 1 1V
t t Yi \ FRESH FLORIDA POLY BAG REGULAR OR CRINKLE CUT
T' h ;\, Yellow Corn . 8 EARS 69c French Fry Potatoes 2 :::0 39c
REGULAR OR THOMAS
: ? ,\\'N Pink Grapefruit . 5 I.C 79c English Muffins . 3 :.", $100 1
\ Y FRESH FOX DELUXE CHEESE OR
Vine Ripe Tomatoes LI 33C Sausage Pizza . '>'.* 69C
JUMBO STALKS BIRDSEYE
j -1 UJ :V i S Crisp Celery . 2 ".,, 49c International Vegets. 2-; $100
S FRESH BIRDSEYE
1\ ,' Green Cabbage . 2 " f SAVE 30c SARA LEE Double Choc Chocolate or Walnut SUPERBRAND
Layer Cakes . . ""'.0" 99e Whipped Topping 2 ?,s.. $1


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LITTLE IDS TH\T\ GET: BIG RESULTS .
A..J.! THOMAS.- INSURANCE CARL BEGGS

:; AD RATES TOMATO PLANTS FOR LADIES EARN EXTRA moneyIn I Davenport REALTOR AT REDUCED RATES Gulf Service

SALE: $1.00 per hundred. SEWING AUTO, FIRE, BOAT
Deadline
for Insertion Mon- your spare time. Take orders 964.5701 Kites 468-1753
day 5 p.m. preceding Thurs-; --Lloyd Johnson, 411 W. SappSt. for Luzier Cosmetics. Fence Co. DOYLE E. CONNER
day before publication. ., behind Kentucky Fried Call 964-5616. 3tchg 3/29 MACHINESales INSURANCE AGENCY
Chicken. Itp 2 Br Block with Gar. $6,500, tchg, USED

and Srvlc Keystone Hgts.
Minimum Charge $1.75 '. WANTEDShort order cookat PFAFF- ELNA 3 BR Block,Corner Lot$8,800
(Covers 15 words) MOBILE HOME OWNERSPick B&G restaurant & truck
Link
Chain PARTS
Each word over 15, 8tf .; your in lot several from locations.large selection stop. Now under new man- New Horn 2 BR & 1 BR, in Town $12,700 r S SAVES

All Classified Ads must be; est.$15.00 Ph.per 468-1551 month or plus 964-8331.Inter. 4/19 agement.\ Apply in person. 4tp WHITE Fence 3 BR Block, 2 Bath $23,200 FRED DAVIS For Most Makes Pf Cars

paid for In advance unless;; $49.50 up 3 BR 11/2
4/5 Repairs Masonry, bath, BUICK PONTIAC
4tp Wrecker
you have established account: NEEDEDA. few good men out of Town. 30'% Down and 24 Hr. Service
TRUCKS
with The Telegraph, In that' work Parts & ReDo Irs on And Good Terms CMC
event' or women for permanent "'A LITTLE RIDE CAN Hwy. 391[ N. Waldo
50(5( extra charge for WATSON'S at Ace Pallet Co. See fore- all other moke machinesNATIONAL
billing. Not responsible for: HOUSE OF VACUUMS man at Mutual Lumber Co. New Fences 3 BR, 2 bath, carpets, drapes. SAVE YOU A LOT Phone 468-1998
when the Built In stove :Nice $19,750 I 5/73
errors given over ; Many brands of new vacuums on 301 S, Up GREEN COVE SPRINGS
phone or when copy Is not;: $39.00 up. Used machines
type. and broiuv to the offltJftttf-; from $10. Expert Repairsall Robert Davenport 3 BR, 2 bath, central heat/
,
makes. Parts and Acces- SHORT ORDER cook wanted, air, brick, carpets, drapes;
sories for all vacuums. Builtin B8.G Truck Stop Restaurant 511 W. Univ. Av. $28,500 PINEHURST
:Now; under new management. Phone 473.2102

systems.Central 712 vacumn N.Main cleaning Gaines- Apply in person. 4tp 4/19 Gainesville, Fla. Modern 3 BR on 5 Acres, Grocery And Variety StoreWE

MISCELLANEOUS ville 376-7110 378.1355WE Barn, fenced, close to town,

WANTED- Lady to clean PAYROLL ENVELOPES, 529,000. HAVE MOST COMPLETE
LOTS FOR SALE StarKe fro]f house one day a week. Write Bradford County Telegraph.Ph. .
& Country Club, ready for 0, Drawer A, Starke, Fla. 964-6305. FABRIC AND NOTIONS SHOPIN

TYPEWRITERS ADDING Ma- building on or for Investment.Lots It MAKE ALL I STARKE
& area approximately 1/2
chines Cash Registers
cleanedrepaired.. STARKE acre and larger. Paved roads WANTEDCarpenter MAJOR APPLIANCE t WANTED Also Complete Line Of Hardware & Drapery SuppliesHwy.

TYPEWRITER SERVICE 782- only 3 minutes from town. SubContractorThe nso Store Hours 7.11
REPAIRS 100 East
3020. 4tp412SHEET Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 world's Experience Service 7
largest on- 'our- Man Days a Week
Of Stark.
p.m. tfchg lot builder needs framing sub EXPERT REPAIRMEN Mobil. Homqs For Mobile Home M."eU and Chrlatlna. 0.... T.F.
Set
ROCK hanging & Fin- contractor, plenty of work in CALL 961-8363 SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES Up
ishing. Ceilings, crowfooted FUJI SALE2 registered all areas. Must have crew, Expcmdo Rooms & Add & Delivery. Must Have
horses, 1 filly, 1 gelding.Stutz
tools and transportation.Con-
or swirled, stucco & plaster
patching. Simulated brick or camper topper, long wheel tact Bill Gregor}, 6227 Phil- Starke On Roams Chauffer Licenses & OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.

stone finish on old or new base. 13'8" stump-knocker lips Hw>'., Jacksonville. Call Appliance Service Free Delivery and S.t Up Experience In Retail
buildings. Ph. 7823896or fishing boat. Honda 50 mini collect 904-733-3250.::! 100 MILE RADIUS 100 W, PH. 964.5606 rt'_'

782-3578. 4tchg 4/12 bike.3/15 Ph. 473-4435. r 4tp Stchg 4/26 323 BrownU. St. 'TPRAY'S BANK FINANCINGHWY Mobil. Home Business. See Our NewSelection .JIi;' lf

17 NORTH. -. .
Apply Of Doublewidcs.
GREEN COVE
BULLDOZING & Wheel trac- EXPERIENCED cooks needed. 3/73
tor work by the hour or job. FOR SALE: 1951 Spartan Apply In person at Garden T.I. 284-5001. 244-7311 Mustang We Also have New And Used Household
Goetzman Brothers Trailer; air, carpet 1 BR. Restaurant. 2tchg. 3/29 ELECTRIC
garage For Sale.
bath, living room, kitchen, Furnishings
Keystone Heights Fla. Ph. Mobile Homes
furnished and clean. Quick Residential NUGENT ELECTRIC Sill I .Park "nn"n": O.irlt On Suii.l' n.< 4/73
473-3104 or 473-3183. 3tp
3/29 Sale. SIOOO.--Phone 964- LABORERS WANTEDPer; Commercial 1650 N. TemplePh.
8696. Up manent position. All company Service
benefits. Minimum I Industrial 964.7212
startingrate
Residential And
WE GIVE SERVICEWe get FOR SALE-IS'fiberglass boat of S2.I8 per hour. Apply IIIPP (j ppi|) TRACTOR CO.Telephone.
results: List jour piuvertjlor for fishing or skiing 50 hp Southern Wood Piedmont Co. Licensed & Bonded Commercial Wiring aeaoela ,.p,
sale with us. Call today. outboard motor, trailer.S325. Baldwin, Fla 8 a.m. to 4 -Additional Outlets. 372.3464
BILL POWELL. BROKER: Ph. 964-7741. Itp p.m. 4tchg 3/29 I LONG CHAMP
964-6464 or 964-6810 tfchgLOST Free EstimatePh. Air Conditioning FARM f MACHINESNew

--- -.-- .. FOR SALEHollow body Ya- 473-3681 Hookups Home and Building & Used
Trailer Pole Meters
maha electric with hard "MaterialsWE
I : WEIGHT safelj and fast guitar
t IiA TED 1 24 Hour Service
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with X-ll Diet Plan S3. REDUCE shell case, and Gibson am !No Job Too Small BUILD 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441
excess fluids with X- plifier. Like new. Save S200. Phone 964-8641

Pel, S3. :Money[ Back Guarantee !- Dahmer's Discount House. t "Your Plans Or Ours GAINESVILLE I : FLA.
at Koch Drug 12tp--4 3"IWOFIXG" ltchg Your Lot Or Ours."
WANTED; TO BViold Gibson Si PER STICK Vjn.ij Plastici Does Your Mooile Home "Where Service I Is The Better Idea"
FOR SALE- \\elch pony,geld- madolin & banjo, also i etters & :Numbers;' for interior Leak? FREE ESTIMATES
Specializing! in ing. 7 gentle excellent :Martin[ guitar Write C, L. and exterior: All slzex! '
yr. 'I:ise. co- N>!onize.' Cuts Cooling Remodeling Repairs
repairs and rerooftng: All repairs condition, price reduced for Thornton. Rt. 4, Box 390, lors.Bradfnrc: Coirt. FclevraCh. Costs. Guaranteed, 5 Yrs Additions
guaranteed 1 jear.Miimlnuni quick sale. 9'0\-1-503( or 9"45202. Jesup. Ga. or call collect Free Estimates STARKE BUILDERSA
Carports. Path ::, Itp 912-427-5697.:: 2tp 3'29 Bortlett Hylonize Homes Bought Sold
Awnings, Door Hood. and Gutters Traded Complete Building Service
Gainesville
Honer' I pi'II.tel', 3 4 372.3571
FOR SALERegistered Angus BUYING I. S, ACREAGE FOR SALE9UU53 Phone 964-5270 ..ll9 J 1'. ,'Washington St..
....mlltf \ol'thHI.:\ !. 4-K3-,0.! Silver coins, \
bulls 1 and 2 year old. Phone9BJC114. ,any condition... .&' face'; ,... \lifll rm.l'Rdinishin/{ Starke, I Fla,
4tp 3 29! oer!: -# . .. J
( ,-:1. J.3.hlte.: tfchg :- .
.
3r ild coins & coin collections'1:'i All Typeo of MARTIN CAMPERS Hwy. 301'$. Sta' ."TF' CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL *
wanted. Pacing V '
iioxn: [!:: UI\IODILI\G:: : ions H.tt FOR Sale- Jlmmj Gas- Phone for appointment market price.J. R,, .tgfli' wer Upholotoy. U.S. 90 West, Lake City,. $4.59

done; a\ta small appliance Mac Rt. I, Ho\ 102, Lawtey.Pt Bullirujton 964.jm: O9114- ,frl""JI Cabinet Wok Phon. 752.3723 "The No Wax Floor"
work Piompt !.cmcc. Call: 782-3182. Itchg fi2 50. tchHOeSE For Best Selection Of FILING CABINETS. Type r omoletclv Installed <.nrnp-irc At $6.50 Per Sq. yd.

964-8087.() 5tp 4/12_ Specializing In writer Stands, Desks, Chairs,
FOR SALE Young registered Piano Refinishing TRAVEL TRAILERS Safes -Bradford County BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI
W\ INTELUsed: t furniture, refrigerators tlstl.. MINI-HOMES Telegraph.
washers. -Dah- angus bulls, read for light And Reconditioning NYLON
ser\ice. !SclHiur! at beef TRUCK CAMPERSANOTOPPtRS
mer's Discount (House, tfchg Many Colors To Chooie from,
FOIL SALE $6.97
prices. Clifford !Martin, 964- C. E. JACKSON Exceeds F.H.A. Specification

7145. 3tp 4 :3FOR 1313 W. Madison Starke Full Lire Of Parts And Completely nsteUed Over Rubber Padding Per S1- Yd.
\0'OW: : (I\VT diamond needles (fj}
for any make or model Service! TF SHAG

stereo pla el'-- Uahmer's FOR S;LE3 bedroom brick The
CorP With The Now Loold
'
Discount House tfch? t RENT ) house Central neat 8. air, Central Machine FIAT Many 100" Color Continuous To Chooift Fll. Nylon From

double gar.ice 8. utllltj room. O. C. Cimts NurMry X7.95
I block And Tool Products Completely; Installed Over; Rubber Padding Per I>q. Yd.
\LL 84.98 long play record iif school, Terms, Thousands of Plants Soles Ports Service
: $ !S ,V .Shiui. KcysUatc'Rnx, : IOOL MAKERS Fruit Trees ,...
dul'lnIal'ch for onl\ :!,9S Shad. T New and Used
:-9.: ::. Ph. 473-WI1.: ;Jtp'; a :29:!!) DIE MAKERS
at Dahmer'sDiscount. Evergreens Camellias oao a o o a
FOR RENT12: I: wide Mobile -.. ,
otchg 3 2a homes outside city limits. J, ----- Machinists Asaleas, RossMost USED IMPORT CARS

B. While Ph. 9J4-oll4( tfchg NATION: nmtgoKC:; company Top Rater 54 Hour Wuk1o.pltailaUon Ir. Cans Plant Anytim.LANDSCAPING HARFRED AUTO 4 Sewing Operators

Reduce safe & fast with Go- . has two font bedroom, :2! Iniuranc
---- -- .IMPORTS INC.
Air Condition 23 Mi. S.E. Of Stark., ,
Hese Tablets & I-\: water Clean Precialon
ap FOR : bath home for sale I 1'2
RENThingsle Lake- on
H"y.IOOFloahom. I IGainesvlll..372.4373 Experienced Preferred But'c\\ \Will\ Train.If .
pills", Andrews Phar- ShnnCENTRAL 509 E.
:New, two bedroom furnished acre;: wooded lots low downpayment. 659.2165 University
mac.\. 4tp 4/19 apartment with a c. Call :\Iel'1"1 Call and sec how : MACHINE: TF You Are Seeking Regular Permanent
<< II. Williams 9ti4-3391 or CdS it Is to own one: 'I( these '
I I. \SlMowing: : ser Ice, lane 964-7788 ttchg homes. Call collect Ocala 622- 8. TOOL PRODUCTS Kmplojment.
8118 tfchg: Gainesville Ha PUMPSNEW
or small. Contact Stele Thomas -
MILLER Ir...
004-7415(; tfchffPLRITCTU FOR RENT-<
1 bedroomeottage, air- FOR SALE- bedroom block

I \ : typist wantsto conditioned. Call 964-7831. horn.?. Central heat and all, SALES 441 E. Brownlee

do typing t In her home.perienced tfchg G. F. Wolfred, Jr. 1240 Bland- PARTS 1r1' Starke, Fla.
I :\ in magazine articles Ing St., Maike.' Phone 964- JIMMY MOORE'SS. SERVICE
and term Fast FOR RENT-::! bedroom furnished 5504, 2tp 3'29 VOLKSWAGENNew
papers. .. Sptrts D..p and Shallow Wells
and accurate. Ph. 064-8846. home. :No pets prefer ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;:;:::::::;:;:::::::::::::::.
couple. Call 964-5690, Itp & Used if
2tp 4 i FOR SALE-3BHfranlehou.e, MORE BOAT FOR .
Sales Service :: ::
-- -- SR-100 south. Central heat YOURMONEt Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT NOTICES|
\\ \.\ \11'I IV10 acres land to FOR RENTTrailer space in air Carpeted. Phone 964-7833 @
build home on. Call Jerrj Lall te. :Martin: 110sler.1I0me after 6 p.m. 2tp 4'fi Starke Ph. 964-5791 SERVICEON 1 Mi. North of the Mall

2tp Dele 1 .*4'a. 72.-1-9194! ) lacKsomille 782-3(553( Office 964-6214. ltp Complete Outboard & Starn ALL MAKES GAINESVILLE 1j R.O. Simmons Equipment |1

Drive S.rvic. and R.pair. PHONE 96..7061DURRANCE. | 1 Has Moved To Starke 1 1II i
FOR RFN: r- I 12::! X 60 mobile AUTOMOBILES Complete' Fibargloti Ropoir

home In Lawte.i, quiet neigh- Custom built FibargloK, ?! &
," borhood. :No; Pets. Ph. 782- USED Fishing Boats. PUMP & SUPPLY CO. Forget II
MOTORCYCLES
r J 3279. Itp | All Your Poultry f

Moved 5 Blacks North something?

1970 IMPALA: 4 door sedan. t I 864 N. Temple At.. I | Equipment Needs 11
air low
HELP 11ANTEDWAITRESS \\ Factory mileage. Like
1 FOB SLE1969 \amalia new, one owner S, .\. Shiner and
High in
dry CifjMce ::11 m1
305, rpd A. hlte. Excellent Keystone Heights I
phone iIOURSMON
neighbors, three br., 1 bath, United l Farm
conditionlike 8300. Call 473-3251. 2tp 3/29
new. dining room, living room, ann I 111. f
9646930. Up wanted B&G utility room, large lot. Agency, Inc FRI. 8 to 5 \.

under restaurant new &management.truck stop. :Now;, FOR SALE- 1973 Ford :Mus[ ,3g. Real Estate Broker i'i jij i 1 J: 317 E. 3rownlee St.. Starke, Fla. l

FOR SVl.r1972 Suzuki 3;;0, ply in person. 4tp 4 19 tangS Fastback. Excellent Paul & Irene Faulkner : :
good shaix 4000 miles, also condition. Call 9G4-8113.:; Up BILL POWELL BROKER |:1 rlIo! .'. E 904/9b4.6S19 4Tp/s i|

helmet, $600. Larry Oglesb. U\IR STYLIST needed. Call 961-6451 Associates ::;.::::::,:::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::.:::::::::::::::::::.:.:::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.
9645240.. tfclig 475-2211::! collect. 4tchg 4/12 FOR SALE-2 1972 Ford Eco- 206 S. Water Street

noline Vans I with 4,500 OR Starke, Fla. 964.5065 rs....................... .............. -
HELP'.V.NTEDMature miles, 1 with2,000milesBodt WAYNE DOUGLAS WANT TO SELL OR

: lady for bindery' workin have Y/S engines. These ASSOCIATE BUY REAL ESTATE? .Zi
t FOR SALE 1 print shop. Part time- trucks are still In warranty Call Us For Best Prices Well mer's, don't slzzlina forget{ heat last! Tame sum LOTS i
for
hours flexible. Group Insur- $3,000 each. Call 473-4572:! 96.6593CORRECTIONAL Prospects Waiting hot weather last with a famous -
ance available. Apply Brad- after six. ItchgINTERESTED tfchga Carrier quality central -
ford Count Telegraph between air conditioner at the .
FOR SALE18' glass boat, 8-9 a.m.arch:.[ 30 or lowest prices ever during : For :
90 hp Johnson motor 1963- April 2. Itchg Officer I our preseason price-break '
and trallci: S900 or best offer IN BUYINGOR (Food Service Position) PLANNING A TRIP? er sale! .-_.._ .-. : MOBILE HOMES :

9648087. 5tp 4/12 SELLING $230.40 biweekly 40 hour .
!
HELP WANTEDHave need LET US HELP
for sales clerks for work week Age 21. Male- 'lIhlllmlr.!!!!! !! Or Houses SS
post ex- CONTACT
LINOLEUM! FLOOR Covering Experience Necessary We HandleEXOTIC CarrierSawjerSlade !! .
( !!!
6x9, $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.08; hange during. Apply summer Camp Blan-encampment VOCATIONAL: Instructor IE CRUISES -.<,r,'"rl jEIII ii Iiiir...", '' Pick Yours From Over 100 Selections In One "f }
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12 x 12, $11.50; 12 x 15 only GEORGE ROBERTS Plumbing $298.40 biweekly -t-
1495. Many patterns and co- ding PX, Thursday, Mar. 29, 40 hour work week To The S Six ((6)) Locations :
lors. Dahmer' Discount tf 9 a.m. til 3 p.m. Itchg REAL ESTATE IIS Diploma or equivalent and CAMIIEANSAlso .

Chorles. Zlpp.r r 5 years experience necessary. Airline Tickets ) Gas $15 Per Month Plus Interest :
EUNICE NURSERYFor sale, WAITRESS wanted B4G res- AnoclatePHONE Contact: Personnel Manager, and lours .
tomato plants container taurant and truck stop. Now Florida State Prison. P. O. Cell 964.7....' 332 W. Madison | WHY RENT? :
grown. 2 miles north of Law- under new management Apply 961-7826 Box 747, Starke, Florida 32091 TOWN FINANCE CO.
Starke
tey on 301. Ph. 782-3972. in person. 4tp 4/19 .431 W. MADISON ST. 3/29 2t 4/2 Fla. :
tfchg P.O. Box 226 N. Temple" 964-7701 J Phone 368-1551 Pr %4-8331

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F.P.C. Spring rarr.rarrrr..rrr.Sale BHS Nine Loses Emergency- .. Medical Contract Is SignedFunds I


are available and the grade emergency room op- only five In the United States emergency ambulance ser-
3 Close Games Bradford County Hospital Is erations, upgrade communi- and Is under the overall direction vice.
Fruit Nut, Shade ready to begin hiring person- cations, advance technical of Captain John Wa-
nel to begin participation in skills of emergency medical ters, director of Public Safe- *

Trees ShrubsFOR -Bradford High baseballerscame "We made three errors ina an eight county; regional emer- personnel and enhance pub- ty of Jacksonville.The Congressman Sludgcpump
,
oh-so-close to beating row in the seventh Inning. gency medical care demons- lic education in obtaining e- program Is expected to says he cares not what others
the number one team In the That cost us the game," says ration project. mergency medical care In the be operational within the next may think, insanity should be
... conference Palatta South,but Bushore. Jacksonville Mayor Hans G. eight county; area. few months. Under It, Brad- retained as a defense in poll-
t o \\\\\\\IIII\\lml\\\\\ \\ .,V/.r"u10anaupglbih1j111\ \\\\\\\, an unfortunate sixth Inning BUS scored three earned Tanzler Commission and Chairman Bradford County Ralph; The pilot project.Is one of ford County; will take over tics.
left
\\I\\\II \\\ the Tornadoes with another runs while LO took two unearned -
\\ \ loss to make BUS'S runs and one earned Bryan Inked a contract last
lII record 1-7 with seven games January 9 entering Bradford
Into the project with Duval,
!i 2 left."We had the win In our run.Brokas Baker, Clay, Columbia, Nas-
u hand, then Just couldn't hold sau, St. Johns and Union Counties -
\\ ''i' It. We were ahead of Orange It means a total $198-
: f9 ONE ) Park, Live Oak, and Palatka 126 to Bradford County overa Central Heat
going Into the top of the sixth, three year period, states
( SALE and errors beat us," says ResignsKH BC1I Administrator George
Coach Steve Bushore. Canova who is administering '
the program here. Here is what you get: .
h Buy One Get Another \ the Bradford third and scoring sixth came Innings.In Post Canova is Interviewing now a A- 80,000 BTU Carrier Furnace All labor and materials!
In the third David Kilby walked to employ a chief to head I r Thermostat controls 24,000 BTU cooling
/! Of Equal Value then Gary Melvin tripledto Stefan "A. Brokas, Key- up Five the ambulance EMC program here. One Seven return air! supply air duct ducts. Fin warrantyPlus year compressor
driver-tech
drive him home, and Ed- stone Heights High School
ll .I\.I1 \ die Ilazen hit a deep fly to head basketball coach, is resigning nicians, a laboratory technician -
NO left field to score Melvin. at the end of the cur- nurse for the emergency -
rent school year to accept an room, and $12,500 toward
'1 \\h\lh'\ ... CHARGEVEGETABLE Then in the sixth Charlie administrative position within the salary of an emergencyroom
Green doubled with two out. the Desota County; school system physician will be Incorporated -
?/, Ronnie Kilby hit a grounderto at Arcadia. Into the local hos-
I\\\\ ,,"\ second and the ball was Brokas is in his second year pital program. i
111\\\\ .. ...., \ )\\ '" tossed over the first base- of coaching at his high school Delivery is expected any
1\\\U\\\II\\IUIUUl1'\\\\\\\\ '"". "" \CflC1II.INSr \\\\ Man's head, and Charlie alma mater. His 1972-73 bas- week now on two Intensive
Green rounded third and scor- ketball team was 8-14 for the medical care ambulances,one I
-- ed on the wild throw. year and held the distinctionof new and one used from St.
.r--r------- BUS left two men on baseIn being the only team In the Augustine.An ;/
the bottom of the seventh Suwannee River Conferenceto 80-hour training course $1350
Inning but didn't score. defeat title-winner Bran- for ambulance drivers,to qualify -
Palatka scoring came In the ford. them as emergency med- j,4 j .. any necetsary
l ) second and sixth Innings. In The ex-high school football ical technicians to man the electrical work.
the second PS got one run basketball and track star is new sophisticated ambulances {rY// .
SEEDReg. on a walk, an error on a currently the head coach of is being set up throughthe CompletelyInstalled ia I
BUS pick off play, a sacri- the Indian golf team which local Bradford-Union A- /
fice, and a base hit to score sports a 7-3 record to date. rea Vocational Technical
the man who walked.In Brokas was also an assist- Center. Drivers from Key-
( 25 Package 1 the bottom of the sixth ant to Head Coach Roy Bay- stone Heights, Lake Butler, iIgirlllllllllllllitllljl9lIUIBL I
inning PS got three runs. Pa- less during football season. and Kingsley Lake will be .. iI I
latka's lead off man walked, The grid team was 5-4-1 last trained along with the Brad-
3.37Leonard then stole second; a base hit year.A ford drivers. Mrs. Joyce RI-
1 1 scored the man from secondto 1971 graduate of the Uni- herd, county health nurse,has
make the score 3-2 BHS. versity of West Florida, Bro accepted the task of super-
Seed Fhg Another base hit left Braveson kas said Monday that his two- vising this training, Canova 4lgtltltllll11111uuitlIIIllWllfi1
c.- !) first and third with two year stay at Keystone has been says. 011111111111111
UW II IlI
-- __ __==:== outs; the sixth hitter singled most enjoyable. Brokas also The new ambulances will
said that he will be attending be equipped with radio equip- I
scoring man from third,
then the man on first scor- graduate school at Appalachia ment to enable doctors to direct lQWwj111 lI1llllll i ie ij
State in Boone N. on-the-scene emergency -
ed on an error all the way University; ,
from first base to home. The C. during the summer. lIe treatment of victims.
ball went through a BHS out- is seeking an M. A. degreein
fielder's legs, letting a Brave school administration.A Treatment under directionof
successor to Brokas has a physician can then be
runner score from first, with
Annuals score the winning run. not been announced. given Immediately when the
"Our kids really played one ambulance reaches a patientand
heck of a against the on the way to hospital,
game
Vegetable number "one team In the con- KH Golfers which often In survival.means: the difference rI r-
ference, says Bushore of
Plants Palatka South with a recordof Hospital facilltes will also
Too Good be
communications
8-1. Bolles, with the same provided new -
..49GOLDEN record, Is the only team to equipment to tie-in with I
Tray the new seven county law enforcement I
beat PS.Hazen. was the losing pit- For CentralKeystone communications L,.. b .

cher allowing four hits, "not system provided under federal s ;
1 DEAL
the kind of hits that hurt High's golf team grant. I
that much," Bushore stated. was simply too good for Pa- The EMC project, under a
FERTILIZER 1.99 "Our kids were really heart latka Central High Friday federal contract with Health
broken. This has happened (March 23). Services and Mental Health
I With Minors'*' three times in a row now, >,1,f. The Indians, led by-Larry Administration, .. U. S. De- SAWYER; I
6-6-6 'i5% Organic but we're playing much bet- Turknett's sparkling 37,scor- partment of Health,Education, 332 W. Madison St.
ter and the pitching has Improved ed a 66 stroke victory over and Welfare, will provide a Starke Fla.
LB. 1.19 ; Hazen and Green are the visitors, 168-234. total system of emergency
medical service to the north- AIR CONDITIONING INC.
ARGENTINABAHIA both throwing well and Tom- The win was Keystone's 964-7701
50 LB. 54.95 my Wise gives us a third fourth In a row and sixthIn east Florida area. Federal
funds allocated will be usedto
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man, says Bushore. the last seven matches.
seed "Its the defense now. We're Turknett's nine-hole one- purchase ambulances, up
100 LB. 99.00 making those crucial mis- over-par 37 was his best of
takes." the season. Consistent Bobby
PENSCOLA Friday BIIS travels to St. Hayes carded a threeoverpar -
LB. .59 Augustine to play at 4 p.m. 39. Hayes has betteredthe A RECENT STUDY MADE FOR THE
then plays at home Saturday 40 mark In eight of 10
50 LB. 26.00 against SA again at 2 p.m. matches. Bret.Cole juid Bobbin -
Tuesday BHS plays Fernan- Henderson scored a 43 PRESIDENT SHOWS THA ALCOHOL
BAHIA
Seed 100 LB. 49.99No. dina Beach In Starke at 4p.m. and 49 respectively to com- I
plete Keystone's fourmember -
team total. IS THE NUMBER 1 DRUG ADDICTION
18-417 Against Live Oak Tornado The Indians have a return

Long Handle HOE pitcher 12, allowed Charlie three Green hits fanned, and (match Thursday with) at Lake Lake Weir Weir.today SOURCE IN THE UNITED STATES

2.59 walked seven batters In the Next home match for the Indiana -
close 4-3 loss for Bradford Is against Father Lopez -
baseballers. Monday, April 2. TODAY
Green Is also leading the
No. 15641 Tornadoes In the hitting department -
Long Handle with an average of Slow Pitch 9 MILLION PEOPLE IN THE U.S.
2.79 .425, followed by Eddie Ha-
FROM ALCOHOL
SHOVEL zen averaging and Gary around Melvin.330. both Meeting Set SUFFER ADDICTION ,


of"Green pitching.did We a real pitched good one job Monday NightA 36 Million More Are Affected In Some Way

I '. .. of the best games we've had
all year," says Baseball meeting of men and (Social Economic Or Psychological) From A lcollol

4 Lb. BagNOW Coach Steve Bushore. women Softball league mana-
BITS led during the whole gers is set Monday, April
ball game until the sixth Inning 2, at 7:30 at which DIRECTLY
,Sevin Dus when Live Oak scored time all player p.m. contractsand 5O % OF ALL HIGHWAY DEATHS ARE

r two runs in each of the last team rosters for the
1.17 two innings to get one point summer slow pitch Softball RELATED TO DRINKING
ahead of the three runs BHS program must be submitted,

., . had made before then and according to the Starke
win the 43.
game Recreation Department.

19" Cut 3 H.P. BRADFORD COUNTY CANNOT
Bradford scoring came In. Opening night of play Is
Safe Mower the first and third Innings. scheduled for April 16, according -
The '
1973 In the first BHS got one run to Recreation Director -
from two hits and in the third Randall Davis. The teams AFFORD TO GO WET
for a Toro ? got two runs from two hits. will draw to see who shall
Green hit 3-for-4, Hazen play who on opening night.
2-for-4, and Ronnie Kllby and Tentative plans, Davis says, FOOD AND
Carl Rlherd had one hit each. are for a pre-season tourna- LIQUOR ROBS CHILDREtfOF
ment for the men.
99.95 CLOTHING THAT IS NECESSARY FOR THEIR

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I Work Begun On Phase 3 Of New Bradford High i



'-' until a new roof can be budgeted. At Temple's recommendation school hours In repairing( the --Adopted a policy paying districts ;used by the county i
Work began February 12 on budgeted for the building. genda for the coming year. the gym. put on the board approved equipment. Temple said there school personnel tarvellng a commission to avoid further I
construction of Phase m of Temple contends previous --Approved repairs for the --Approved budget paying $5.89 per hour was not legal basis for con- per diem of $25 per day, up confusion. The county plans to I
the new Bradford High School, school buildings have cost too roof of the BUS gymnasium up ment to cover repair of amend- for work done by two Instructors tinuing to pay the repair costs from the previous $17 per day, redistrict according to population i
a 15.000 souare foot addition much here in the past few to $1,000. Supt. Temple said audiovisual Henry Green and Marly after they exceeded the bud making it equal to the state this yearApproved .
lIe said he would have Monday, Feb. 12, that mater- equipment which had rate at Temple's
to be erected by Trlest Con- years. exceeded $6,000, the Payne, as an extra fob after feted amount. recommed- -- the administra-
struction Co. of Keystone recommended that the Phase ial to patch the roof costing amount ation. tion's recommendation of awarding -
_.
Heights. n bid be not accepted if they $500 is on order, and that will ., --Okayed building second J.C. Poppell Scholar-

Trlest was awarded the bid had come in over the board'sbudget. provide for temporary repairs tf' Softball field on school prop- ships, $400 each, totaling $1,
for the latest BUS construction VU, ." erty just west of the present 200. Poppell is formerBradford -
13 of When Phase 3 is completedthe : "; field at West Side Park whichis school superintendent,
at the Feb. meeting ,
the school board, his bid of new education at BUS will 5 Plead .' ; ':':, "V also school land, at the request now 96, who served from 1909-
$350,822, Including two alter- house 1,200 students spaces, ", ",'.. \ f fr of Recreation Director 1913, and has for years given
nates, beating out Nelson Con the amount recommended by \\vr Gene Rayburn. Architect the school board funds which
struction Co. by $1,620 on the the State Department of Ed- InnocentFive if[ ': / Morgan is readying plans of he dlslgnates be spent to help
basis on the alternates accepted ucation. It will place the total = the new ball field which the students. A teacher committee
by the school board on recommendation cost of new construction at persons pled not guilty board is fitting Into Its over- of Paul ,Hutchlns, Hilda Dey,
of ArchitectDon BUS along in the past two year to charges against them Inplea ; all plant planning. The board- and Theresa Holiday and stu-
Morgan. Nelson was low at around $750,000. day in County Court thanked Rayburn, who resigned dents Bobby Jenkins, Pam
That means the 1,200 stud- Tk Feb. 16, for his cooperation. and Beth Chapman.The .
by $660 on his base bid of $3- March 6 Involving traffic cases Rayburn,
compared to Trlest's ent spaces, all new, air-con- Elzie commltee will s ree.t,
43,114 with
Judge
$343,774.The ditioned, and carpeted, will only, --Approved transfer of RJE interview and select from
have been provided at well under Sanders presiding. and Anderson school accountsto
addition, replacing old They are Joe Rivers, char- r those who apply. Their decis?
'C' Building torn down last one million dollars, less ged with violation of right of Bradford High and Lawtey ion will be final, subject onlyto
than half the$2,009 million the Elementary subject to state board approval. Temple
summer, will provide new way while turning left; Cassie t
math and science facilities State Department of Education Williams Drew, Donald Bert r, L approval. The previous two commented the committee did
for the high school. estimated a. new high school Eberle, Michael Burton Lew- schools are abandoned. a good job.
would cost.Completion. --Took under advisement, --OI\ purchase of four
3'ed
Alternates added to the base
Edward Worthe Lips-
Is and
of Phase 3 will ,
request for night meetings by
buses at $8,158 ordered now
bid are four brick screen wal- with dri-
combe, each charged
enable the school board to demolIsh members of the Starke Junior
ls, two each at Phase 1 and for next school term in orderto
Phase 11 for decorative work old'B'Building. Phase ving while under the influenceof Their Woman's Club, so that more get in on state bid prices,
and an entrance walk, sign, 3 will stand where old 'C' alcoholic beverages. people can attend. Possibility as planned and budgeted each
transferred to
brickwork etc. at Phase 11 Building stood for some 60 cases will be of a mid-month night meeting year. Only difference this
the administrative buildingand years. county trial docket. on the first Tuesday after time is that automatic tran-
main entrance from Tem- In other action the school Fines assessed in court the first Monday was dis- smissions are specified and
ple Avenue to the new scho- board: were the cases of Owen Reg- cussed but tabled until the that is a first for Bradford
--Adopted a resolution hon inald Johnson, Edmond Adams March meeting. school buses. The board
ol.A third alternate accepted In oring Dr. A. Y. Covington, retired and Scott Leo Armbruster --Accepted the $107 bid of questioned the extra $765 expense -
the bid Is a new catch basin public health office, for all charged with unlawful x-ar- I- 1 George Hicks, the highest received each, but Chairman
and drainage piping at the west his many years of service In speed and fined $36 or three R for a surplus pickup Rodney Hall commented the
end of Phase 1 where. drainage the field of medicine and edu- days in jail; Dorene Lynne I xdL truck. board would never know how
has been a problem.A cation.Authorized Reid, Eugene Summit, Jr., Approved requests from well the A/T's will hold up un-
fourth alternate architect Supt. Templeto > Stephen Banks Chesley, Wil- t BUS, already approved by til It tries them.
the of Law liam Carter, Stephen William Principal Charles Francis
contact City toy ,
said due
Morgan to presentwet
conditions and extremelyhigh on taking over payment of the Gay, and Leo Darold Craw- ER rkt for $1,500 for band Instru-
recreation department employee ford, each changed with unlaw- A ments, repairs, accessories,
water table, will almost A & K FEEDS
ful speed and fined $46 or and music
at Anderson School ; $1,600 for athletic -
be added
certainly have to to
the above price. That Is a wel- Checks for the man have apparently four days In jail; John Henry equipment, including aused 225 E. ANDREWS
1 point drainage system to been going to one per- Holton, charged with Impro- Under The Son' Singers Win $300 high jump pit, and aI,300
prepare the ground for the lay- son to give to the recreation per passing and fined $51 or pole vault pit. The board stipulated Full Line F.R.M. Feeds
foundation employee, a practice termed five days in jail; Michael Ellis that bids be asked for
the
Ing of a $6,574
item with Trlest. illegal by Supt. Temple. Jenkins and Cornelius Cov- "Under The Son," a Starke group of gospel singers and players, placed second the $1,300 item. Voclnei; S..ds,
Work began Monday gradingand Chairman Rodney Hall said the ington, both charged with among 37 area groups in an area talent contest In Jacksonville on March 23. Named: members Blaine
clearing the ground for the school board's contribution to careless driving and fined$26 The group (1-r above) Is Bob Edwards, David Jordan, Mike Hanks and Don Thompson and Seeber Good- Fertilizer, Animal
building. Several tall recreation programs, rather or two days; William Aaron Hardy, all of Starke. man to work on having school
new pines and a huge old oak tree than dollars, should more pro- l Heaton, fined $26 or two days They placed second behind the first place group The Challengers, a chorus group board districts (member res- Health Car Ndt
were pushed down to make: way perly be "in kind," contribu- for Improper passing; Sidney from the University Christian School of Jacksonville. Third place in field of 37 entrants idence areas) coincide with
for the new building. A bulldozer tions, such as use of school Michael Saunders, fined $36 was awarded to the Singing Morris Family, also of Jacksonville.
was turned over in the facilities or three days in jail for fall All areas of :North Florida and several singing groups from South Georgia were
Received ing to have vehicle under con- represented in the contest. The first
effort and one tree fell on word from the place winners selected the second prize offered
Phase 11 when it wont dowi. Department of Transportationthat trol; Leroy McCray, fined$46 under the sponsorship of Marvin Kaj's Music Center of Jacksonville, an expense paid ONLY THE VERY RICH
But nobody was: In lured a-idthe a requested traffic lighton ; or four days in jail for care- recording session. That made it possible for the Starke group, as second place winners -
building was not damaged in SR-100 at SouthdlseEle less driving. to select the first prize, a Yamaha six channel stereo public address sound
mentary School has been turn Howard 11111 Hopkins was system.
the Phase process.111, as new Supt. Jim ed down based on a traffic fined $51 or five days in jail =-- "-- ""-,,,, _-. .-' .=:s CAN AFFORD CHEAP
count, but that one for the for unlawful speed. Daniel
Temple one, was will bid proudly in well under tell any-the school zone on US-3011nLaw- Williams was charged with Landingham, William U. land, each charged with unPersons failing to appear AIR CONDITIONING
$416,000 the school board has tey has been olaopri on the a- having no valid drivers license Woeltje, Charles Edwin Bla- lawful speed. in court areJose Garcia,

_. . . .. . _._. and fined $46 or three lock, Richard Robert Swor, -Wayne Beckham, charged charged with having no valid I Quality Work Doesn't Cost It Pays
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days In jail, sentenced to three Nathaniel WhIte, Jr., Fred- with no valid inspection cer- drivers license; Michael :
days in jail for failure to rick Sherman Calkins, Hugo tificate; Arthur Woodell rasW 3'ne Taber. Charles T. BROWN REFRIGERATION
appear with credit given for Birkendahal, Jean Guy Bouf- ters, charged with improper :
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home time served, and $16 or twodays fard, Jane Adams Watson, backing; \\llliam Dram, charWashIngton, llarv'ewman. : I: D p AIR CONDITIONING
in jail for having no
Grace Snyder Sumlin, Robert ged with improper passing, Thompson, Frank Pool 4
STARKE protective eye device with another F. Deroma, Alan Peter Ho- Lee Andrew Battle, charged man, George Mcllenry,Holle-Jolm : WEATHEPTON HEAT PUMPS
charge of failure to manczok, Robert Lee Miller, \\1tl1lmproper change of lane, Dowda, and Leroy Middleton
Phone 964-6200 appear noil led by the state's Curtis McLemore, Donald and Edward Leon I lander son, each charged with unlawfui 4: ?26. S. Walnut/ St. Starke 964-7731
: attorney. Smith, Phillip Smith, .John cha..ged1th Improper start speed
Rental Bond estreatures Vernon Dellaven, William from parked position
Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs & ( rutchebKEYSTONE William Joseph were Faulkner: Glenn Roy, Jr., Carl Herbert, .:,;,;,;.;..:..;.;...,...:.......:...:.:...:.:... .. ......................................................................."....."...".'.'.'.'." .'.'.' ... .,, .. ,,,. .
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HEIGHTS sign. lace, Donald Trednlck, Jr., ;: :
Dixon Walker (Hall, Jr., RIchard Alan Michael Potfay, Charles ]
Phone 473-317A Thomas Borucki, Gary West, Joe Rlner, \VajneFarr, NEW LRe9S by MA L I
B. Zanazzl, Lovett Bennett Connie Habcrsham, Donald J, N
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!s si'j r BROOKER JN BRIEF T'1 Community NewsBy WISH I'D SAL+

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i BRADFORD BRANCH NAACP ble Class each Tuesday night. Center Is open to serve your "Communism is like a dl.
: The Bradford County Branchof Prayer Meeting each Thurs- child or children's needs from ease; people get it not t b.
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Q NAACP will hold its reg- day night. All members are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. For information cause they are attracted to i
ular meeting Sunday, April asked to please cooperate with call 964-6688.
I, at Mt. Zion, Lawtey at these activities. but because they fail to pr
7JR 3 p.m. All members and interested NCS NEWS tect themselves against It.-

citizens are askedto New Bethel Baptist Church All young mothers or any Tony W.Beebe,The Spence
: please be present. For Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. one who would like to attend ville (Ohio) Journal-News.

FORMER success the cooperation of Sunday School, 9:30. Regular sewing classes are Invited "You usually the mo
: everyone Is needed. services will be held Sunday each Thursday from 10 till pay
April 7, starting with Sunday noon. Make or mend some- for the things you get fnothSng.rDale <
twK CHURCH NEWS School at 9:30. Morning Service thing. The center is In the Holdridg
: Greater Allen Chapel AME 11 a.m. BYPU 5 p.m. old RJE building. Langford (S. Dak.) Bugle.
,\ Church, Rev. B. C. Williams Evening service 6 p.m.Mem-
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>OO >OOOOOO !- pastor. Sunday School will begin bers please cooperate with
, services Sunday at 9:45. us.
( f COUNCILMAN RECEIVES PLAQUEri' NEW RIVER BAPTISTS WALK FOR MISSIONSAn Lovefeast service, 11a.m.lto- oR PRE-SEASON
) ly Communion will be givenIn Greater Bethlehem.Free. -
,'j J. R. Mott received a plaque 19. Mr. Mott did not seek reelection enthusiastic group from group was sponsored by in- the 5:30: service. All mem- will Baptist Church Rev.Jasper DISCOUNT
of appreciation from In February.The the New River Baptist Church dividuals. According to Pas- bers are asked to please cooperate Williams pastor. The
the Brooker Town Council for Council consists walked for Home Missions Jim more
new on tor Countryman with these services. weekly services will begin
i: his diligent service to his of: (I-r) Carl Edwards C. J. Saturday March 24. They than $200 has been pledgedto with Ushers Board No. 2 and ON ALL NEW CHRYSLER AIRTEMPAIR
town for 18 years as council- Stalnaker Henry liar roll, walked from New River Bap the walkers for the Southern Ebenezer Baptist Church Choir No. 3 meeting at 7:30.: CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT.. .
councilmen; Roy Carroll Ma- tist Church to Brooker 61 1/2 Baptist Annie Arms- Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Tuesday night Senior Choir
man. Mayor Roy Carroll pre- yor; Joyce Stokes, Clerk;Car- miles; Twenty-six out of 35 trong offering. Weekly services begin with rehearsal. Wednesday night ACT NOW..AND SAVE!
sented the plaque to former roll Atkinson, councilman, A. made the return trip a 13- Back at the church the tired Prayer Meeting Thursday(tonight Prayer Meeting. Thursday
councilman Mott at a town B. Adams also councilman(not mile walk for missions The hungry HAPPY group en- ). Junior Choir rehearsal night, Easter rehearsal will STARKE APPLIANCEYour
meeting Monday night, March pictured). Joyed hamburgers together.
AoMon NeNoNo.oNo.o Friday night at 6:30.: Sun- begin. Thursday night the La- .
Congratulations! to Aileen dies Circle will meet with
t day School, 9:45. Morning
.'- School Kindergarten and First Green who received her Associated service, 11 a.m. Evening service Mrs. Anna Bell Mosely. Fri- KSSrfflsi Dealer
grade enjoyed a field trip Arts Degree from 7 p.m. day night, Prayer Band will
Wed., March 14, to the San- Santa Fe Community College meet with Mrs. Sarah Prince.
ta Fe Zoo in Gainesville. March 21. She is the daugh- New Hope Baptist Church Saturday the Ushers will sell
The students saw and learn- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rev. Li; W. Mosely, pastor. dinners from the kitchen. At WHERE FAIR\ PRICES
rt ed of many animals such as: Green. Attending her grad- Sunday School 10 a.m. with 6 p.m. the Sunday School Tea- AND QUALITY WORKIS
Monkeys raccoons, reptiles uation were: Mrs. Roy Green, Supt. John Diggs Jr., in cher Conference will be held.
y I foxes, and others. They were Mrs Troy Jones and Mr. charge. Morning service 11 All teachers are asked to OUR PRIDE.
r sa especially thrilled when they and Mrs. George O. Pierce. a.m. Afternoon service 3 p. please be present and on
were chased by a good na- Aileen started classes at m. which will conclude ser- time. Sunday is regular pas- Professional Repairman employedFor
tured Pelican. the University of Florida on vices for the day. tor day with Sunday Schoolat Information
Lunches were packed by March 26. 9:30.: Morning service 11
f Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Howard Pleasant Grove United Methodist a.m. League at 4 p.m. Eve- CALL 964-8363
of the Brooker Elemen- SYMPATHYOur Church Rev. Moffett, ning service 6 p.m. The Jun-
tary School cafeteria.Chaperones heart-felt sympathy acting pastor. Sunday School ior Choir will serve dinnerat OR COME BY
were Mrs.Jackson Mrs. love and prayers are exten- 10 a.m. Lovefeast service at 12:30.
Comerford, Mrs. Polk, Mrs. ded to the family of Mrs. 11. Holy Communion will be 322 BROWNLEE,

PTA MEETING Douglas, Mrs. Kirkland Mrs. Edna Hayes who passed a- given in the 3 p.m. services. DAY CARE CENTER STARKE, FLA. .
Mann Mrs.Ellington and Mrs. way on March 24. Weekly services Include Bi- The Kitty Kollege Day Care
After a short business meet- Carol Fussell as Bird Wo- Hamm with Mrs. Beverly 0000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD
ing at PTA at Brooker Ele- man (not pictured). Matthews as bus driver. -
mentary School on March 20,
everyone enjoyed "Mary Pop- }NEW, ARRIVAL
pins" presented by Mrs.Pot- NEW TEACHER Congratulations to Mr. and EveryDayLowPrice
sko's Mrs. Jackson's, Mrs. Brooker wel- Mrs. Bobby Parrish of Lake EveryDayLowPrice FOOD
Elementary
Sherwood and Miss Hill's Butler on the birth of daugh-
classesassisted by Mrs.Richard comes our new Kindergarten ter, Mary Elizabeth born
teacher Mrs. Debora Pots- CENTER CUT
Scott who accompanied Wed., March 14. Beth has a
ko. She replaces Mrs. Malda PUNCH
the the piano. Angle brother Brett. Maternal
on
group
Kahn who left to be with her
Andrews did a good Job as grandparents are Mr. and SIRLOIN FAIR
husband who
prompter to the group. was recently Mrs. Guy Harrell of Brooker. LAUNDRY
called to active duty by the
Cast: pictured (1-r) Drew Maternal great-grand-
U. S. Army.
Andrews Second Narrator mother is Mrs. Edna Hayes
as ;
Mrs. Potsko and her hus- STEAKS
Penny Riggs as Third Narrator band David currently live In of Gainesville. Paternal DETERGENT SUPERMARKETS
Linda Manning, First grandparents are Mr. and STARKE'S
Gainesville
and are both from
Mrs. Robbie Parrish of Lake
Narrator; Denise Keen as
Mt. Dora. Mr. Potsko attendsthe 320 S.
WALNUT ST.
Butler.
Mrs. Banks; Guy Wayne Par- U. of Fla. where he is .. .
0"LOW"ICU DODD'a.r.ra.a..ut.
rish as Mr. Banks; Mark majoring In Dairy Science.We *WCIH. .GOOD THRUi
,..
REVIVAL COMING 84oz S I 17 "n ou..nn
Crews as Bert; Susan Douglas welcome Mrs. Potsko to $159 aoHTSIP' RI.....0
Mary Popplns, Tammy There will be a Revivalat
our school and our community. IID.I I
Mann, Jane Banks; Paul Cope- the Brooker Baptist Church ONLY we>: incised! la accent
land, Michael Banks, Bradlee FIELD TRIP starting Sunday morning April I U.S,D.I.FOOD STAMPCOUPONS
Cox Newspaper Reporter; The Brookor, Elementary 8 to Sat. night, April 14.
Nightly Services at 7:30. The
Revival will be led by the FULL. I::' :. CENTER CUT 1
J _. following : Terry Cran- BONELESS C\JT i ;
group

I (GAINESVILLE ford Bell Pat Bell Gary, Doyle and "Rusty"and Susan ROUNDS:! !; CHUCK ; CHOCK IawiAicir !

Hunter. Everyone is Invitedto

, Business Directory how their every these talents service.young for people the Come Lord's use see STEAKS !i ROAST I STEAKS



", AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES work.Our heart-felt sympathy ti l Iit $ .49 i t.o C i ftc


BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson FarU, Inc. love to and our prayers bereaved are familiesof extended I Liana' LBI = (fft .9 LB !; mti 8 7LB

OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS : Virgil Rakes who passedon
SALES & SERVICE Insecticides Pet Suppli.sFERTILIZERS Wed., March 14, and Mrs.
I Fin. selection of Used Cars Minnie Crenshaw who passedon EvcryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrice t Every
Taken On Cadillac Trades W. Rent Fertiliser Spreaders Sat., March 17.
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 Praver list for the sick: SLICED 1/4 POT '
Pitt Baxter Roy Green,
PORK LOINCHOPS
BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS Morris Fletcher. Mrs.Dyal Henrys Myrtle"mother ROAST I t'j jji
ON* POWELL'S Lloyd Barry AnnieJer-
LIDDELL nigan Zulene Harrell, Allen
Beauty Academy Sarah Edwards B. T.
Foster t L p11CE ;
Glass _ _ _
Company Thomas, Tom Rimes Gladys
Learn a Profession In Your Munn and Jim Keen. 1
Spare Tim. Full or Part "Glois For Ev.ry Purpose" TETLEY I LIBBY'S
Tim. Store Fronts Mirrors SCOTT ''Hinur]

219 N.W. 10 th. 378-2766 Tub Encloiures Showers ShopliftersDraw [tin men, I ICED TEA CORN GOLDEN CREAM

.
Furnitures Tops Glass I STYLE 16.5oz
FinesIn TOWELS i
Replaced 1 OR WHOLE KERNEL 17oz CANS
mil"
ELECTRICMotur NEW LOCATION Plea DECORATED OR ASS'T COLORS /IDrf"m! MIX W/LEMON SUGAR i GARDEN SWEET PEAS
17oz CANS
Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville DayOnly |

Of Gainesville. Inc. 37281913721102 four fines were assessed 1 i I [rmnurit, *HUM
GIANT 9C !
24oz
Rewinding
Repairing to persons in the afternoon 79C MIX OR 5lEveryDayLowPrke
New And Used session of plea day ROLLS i JAR I MATCHCALM
2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318 In County Court March 13 with

MOVERS rillS PACK, ; Judge Elzle Sanders presid- 5 1
ing. EveryDayLowPrkeSWIIT Every DayLowPrke' m EveryDayLowPrkecmp EveryDayLowPriceFRISH
Long Distance Moving FOH() S.\U: Juanita Williams and Geraldine -
B9
Simmons were each MlUOWGolden CILIO im rn w rr JMCT rmiM LAROI JUICY CRIAMITTI IIBOW
_
*Storage Packing fined $51 or five days in Jail RipeBANANAS FRESH FLORIDA CALIFORNIALEMONS MACARONIOR
Crating Shipping
for shoplifting; Calvin Henley LONGSPAGHETTI
Free Estimates Call I Sr. was fined $36 or CARROTS
two days In Jail on the charge
of voluntary intoxication, and & ri 47
Steve L. Kingsley was fined -_ a

$16 or two days in Jail for _ _

Van Servici, Inc. MUSIC having equipment.no lifesaving device I i GIORGIO i Johnson & JohnsonBABY

Willie C. Brown was the I
3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G ville BALDWIN only person who failed to appear tiiinir]
372-4271 In court. He was charged SPR ANTIPERSPIRANT ,UIHICUl,
AMOS t ORGANS with writing a worthless OR SPRAY POWDER : MUSHROOMSDEODORANT !I
AUTO SA..ES SERVICE check.

BLOUN1 PONTIACGMS. CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS Dorothy Helen Risby pled I STEMS AND PIECES SHAMPOO

INC.Foctory not guilty to the charge of mar DAY
4q-. selling alcoholic beverages lOW
PRICl!
JBLOVtJT 1r without a license and her case
MUSIC Co. was put on the trial docket. 10OZ rimrur 59 40z 416oz'29 I
Bond estreatures were J. '"'""/ ", I

G'vill. Shopping C.". O. Islng charged with havingno CAN 1 I
Authorized live saving device equip
Po Ioc 3725351Klrkf't ment; Horace Jewell and .
Sol... Parts-Service Claude Starling both charged EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke !:1 I t

210 N..Main Gainesville, Fla. with voluntary Intoxication, KEYSTONE
372-2583 Elizabeth Gunn charged with TREND ICED
Millie Hemrlef disorderly Intoxication, and APPLE
& SERVICE
CAMPER SALES ..r 1 SupfDes l I.c. Rufus Ramsey and William LIQUID JUICE BUNS399'
Peterson both charged with DETERGENT
Authorized Dealers having no authority. .
f--;;;,_,, Gainesville For Evans-Int.rth.m 106 cases were called out 4/l rein oo
In county plea court Tuesday
CAMPER MART, INC. Siegler Heating & Just in the morning session -

3111 .N.. Main Gainesville Air Conditing Equip. traffic which violations consists making only the of I IIwrylMyLPricc

3/..2954 T Bay Service Depf. Accessories Supplies largest docket for Judge El- ItrcryDeytowPrkeFROZEN .KvcryDavtowPrkcAMOUIV'.OIIN EvcryDeylowPrke Pantry Pride l..ryD.y\.owPricc IveryOeytowPrk nM MI-T "lwryD.IIyLowPrtce"NnY..ID.
zie Sanders this VAN CAMPCHILI COLGATE FEMININESPRAY' '
Store year.
Complete" Camping" Parts and Service Largest fine assessed in SMOl-STRINO' CREAMPIES SPRAYDEODORANT INSTANT BABYSHAMPOOl

Sales: Concord Volunteer court was against Daniel Clyde ....N-. POTATOES .,. ... SHAVE...... DEODORANT
Adventure -
Set Wheel key.*,, Norris Midas,, Monitor, Fan 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville Hart a roadway, charged and with fined racing$101 on or CAN.r/S' holy UG 41/ J "MaiKOS 4/l CAN'01 88 .?..::: 39c CAN Joe 88C !sri*.. S7

Explorer Sports Coach 378.8902 five days In jail. _




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I HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy Collditionp Brooker Man Sued OverDamages



By Josephine Fontaine
totaling more thana

quarter of a million dollars Horse Dealsthe
NEWS last Saturday evening. Mrs. have been filed against horse
Hampton Elementary School Saxon was a long time resi- farm owner A.F. (Fred)

was well represented in the dent of Hampton. McDavid, of Brooker, bya James Griff of swamp fever. The Smiths

Special Olympics events at group of plaintiffs who purchase price of the horse Gainesville, who said he allege they have suffered

BUS track Held. Cathy and BIRTHDAY GREETINGSMrs. allege he made false repre- and transporting it and expenses bought three horses from damages in the amount of $700)()

Correnda Mitchell were Virginia Bradley who ht' sentations concerning the incurred in training, McDavid for a total price of to date and that also the value

Hampton's only participants, celebrated her birthday on health of horses he sold to feeding testing treating and $2,025.: that they were of'thelr other horses has
home March 23. 1t
but they both brought and which later foundto decreased because other
them, isolating It. subsequently examined by a
honors. Cathy won two first Mrs. Irene Cole, who was
be infected with a disease, [In be have learned that
March addition to compensatory veterinarian and found to nersons they
place ribbons in the finals 65 years of age on anemia
8-9 year old division. She 25. Infectious equine called damages\ of $10,000 the Daviesare infected with swamp fever; purchased a diseased horse

placed first in the 50 yard commonly swamp asking for punitive that one of the horses died and from McDavid and are no

dash and first in the soft- FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS fever.Three couples and two individuals damages in excess of$50,000 the others had to be Isolated. onger\ interested in purchasing\

ball throw. Correnda placed Mr. and Mrs. George Rodriguez are suing McDavid The other plaintiffs listed in Griffis Is asking for ,ones) from the Smiths, The
first in the final 10-12 division spent an enjoyable Alachua County Circuit the suit are: compensatory damages of
in Smiths! are also asking for
of the 50 yard dash weekend at Fort Myers Beach of r)0OflOin
Court and In each case are $.;.000 and in excess $ of
in the Softball with friends from To- punitive damages in excess
and second visiting
damages damages
asking for compensatory punitive
How To Select $10000)
throw. These were the only ledo, Ohio. in varying amounts, -Wesley Davis of Sebring
events in which the girls par- Mr. and Mrs. James Cole Russell and Rebecca Nashof
damages in who he bought three
Best
punitive alleges
plus Lawn Seed
ticipated. The girls' parentsare enjoyed a trip to Fort Mc- Don Brown Receives AwardOne excess of $250,000, plus horses for $3,400 and that the Colquitt Ga.. who allege
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mit- Coy. They also went to Ala- Told USDAA they bought\ :a t horse from
costs of the proceedings. By
chell of Hampton. They were chua to visit with Mrs. Cole's in the cases defendant "deliberately McDavid for $:r>2'' and that a
coached by Cynthia Sherman mother, Mrs. Sally Kirby of our local businessmen many fine customers this Summonses delivered to McDavidon conceited the fact that the subsequent examination of the

who is the Special Education J. R. Knight, who is in the has received a National would not have been possi- were March 15, and he has well-kept, attractive lawn three horses had swamp feveror horse by a veterinarian
teacher at Hampton Elementary Coast Guard off Cutter Cape honor for the second succes- ble, and wishes to thank you 20 days from that date can provide a recreation a- had been exposed to revealed that the horse was
visited with his mo- sive Air Engineers has for your support In helping rea for the entire fever" Davis
York, year. in which to file his answer.If family, a swampe is infected with swamp fever.
DON'T FORGET TO VOTEat ther, Mrs. Ina F. Home, last been selected from among them achieve this Important no answer is filed before place to relax and enjoy the asking for 5.000'; in The Mashes:'- are asking for

the Hampton City Hall, weekend. central heating and air con- award. the deadline, default can be outdoors or a "showcase" to compensatory damages plus damages in the
compensatory \
Tuesday, April 3, 7 a.m. to 7 Tommy and Patsy ]Harvey ditioning dealers throughoutthe entered. Officials at the frame the home. punitive damages. amount of $1.600) and
of Stockbridge, Ga., spent sev- nation to receive the distinguished Don Invites you to go by Courthousesaid punitive
P.m.Calling all Hampton Girlsin eral days visiting in Hampton Monagram Dealer their office ( 1 mile South of Alachua that County had No matter how a lawn is -Jack J. and Sandra damages in excess of$550,000.' )
no answer
the Hampton Area! Any with Mrs. Harvey's mo- Award. The award made annually Starke on 301)) and see them been filed through Monday.In used, it takes time, effort Smith of Newberry, who allege\ In each count, the plaintiffs
girl in the Hampton Area 16 ther, Mrs. Virginia Roark, by the General Elec- for your heating and air con- and money to establish and they relied on the "false :are asking for a trial by Jury.
Mrs. Ruth tric Company to their author- ditioning of the 10, maintain it. But Investmentin The suit McDavidand
years or older, or any girl and grandmother, requirements, or one count count representations" of McDavid against
9 to 10 years old, Interestedin Dennison.Our ized dealers, has been pre- call 964-8041 for a free con- damage suit, Gordon and Joan all three can be wasted and Holland, who was namedin
doesn't know how bought a horse for $480,
playing Softball, contact best wishes go with Buck sented to Air Engineers for sultation and survey of your Davies of Tallahassee also if a person that only one sour was filed
Susie Lett at phone 468-1197. Dennison, who entered Ala- outstanding contributions to requirements. name Dr W. C. Holland a to select lawn seed, advisesthe they subsequently had the Tuesday by Tallahassee
U. S, Department of Agri- horse examined by a
Sympathy is extended to chua General Hospital for eye the heating and air conditioning Gainesville veterinarian as a attorney( Thomas G. Pelham of
culture (USDA). veterinarian and the horse
Mrs. Frances Wadsworth and Hurry and get well was
surgery. Industry. Many factors are defendant.The the firm of Brown and Smith.
the family of Joe Day, who Buck, we all miss you. considered In making the se- 23 Scouts Since the kind of seed a found to be infected with
Davies couple boughtone homeowner buys is the key,
passed away in Plant City Don't forget to visit the
lection. Accuracy in equip
horse for $2,175 at a sale to growing the type of lawn
Citizens boothat
last Sunday morning. Mr. Day Hampton Senior and Instal-
ment application
Attend held at the McDavid farm on best suited to his particular BROTHERS
was Mrs. Wadsworth's bro- the Bradford County Fair lation is important, as is a Camp'Near CRIFFIS
ther-in-law. Also our sym- Some of the friendly mem- reputation for excellent cus- Sept. 29 and 30 and Oct. 1 of needs and climate, USDA'sAgricultural

pathy to the family of Mrs. bers will be there at all timesto tomer service.Sound business MelroseTwentythree last year. They allege in their Marketing Ser- COMPANYV
vice CAMS) has outlined some GAS
Dee Saxon, who passed away greet you. growth and stature in the community suit thaat they were told by
are also considered.Don McDavid prior to the sale that simple guidelines to help
and choose lawn seed wisely.In .
boys two
the award someone; had started a rumor RADIOV
accepted say- adults of Boy Scout Troop addition, AMS special-
. Health For All Ing he was proud to receiveit that his horses had swamp
70 attended the spring cam- ists advise shoppers buying commercial. DISPATCHED
on behalf of all the people poree of Baden Powell Camp fever, that the rumor was lawn seed to remember to

The common cold may nev- hours even on some of the in the Air Engineers or- Ground rear Melrose recently. completely false and that none read the label on the pack- V TRUCKS
er be uncommon. surfaces he touches. Tests ganization. lIe said that the of his horses had swamp age carefully. Federal and

There are at least 80 dif- have shown the virus stays success of the business is a Four patrols of Troop 70 fever. state seed laws assure the LESS"
ferent known cold viruses, for hours on plastic, Formica result of the efforts of a competed against 34 patrolsof The Davies allege that at the buyer that the label will bear "GAS COSTS

and scientists think there are and stainless steel but great team people, in Starke 14 troops of the Alachua Stan; of the sale. McDavid told truthful and adequate Informa- e GAS APPLIANCES SALES & SERVICE

many more yet to be pin- not so long on cotton cloth and Jacksonville.realizes that Air without Engin- District. 231 scouts and 42 the potential buyers that none tion about the quality of the AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING
pointed. Immunity to one vir- and paper handkerchiefs. A eers adults attended the campor- of his horses had swamp feveror seed.
us is no defense against the noninfected person can pickup other illness The Federal Seed Act Insures -
any For Service
other known 79. As a result the virus by touching the same Moose Club ee.Patrols were graded on that seed sold across
After horse the
purchasing a
nobody is too optimistic surface and then can put the cookcraft, campcraft, and state lines is labeled correctly. Starke (Including Inside City)
about the future of cold germs Into his own body by To Elect OfficersThe back packing. Patrol compe- Davies allege they asked for a The law requires specific
vaccines. The best protection his putting health certificate for the horse seed containersand
rubbing eyes or tition was string burning, labeling on Hafford
is to stay as healthy as fingers in his nose. Moose Lodge will havean compass, lashings, chariot and that Holland who was prohibits false labeling or Laptev

possible and take care when race, memory game, rope toss employed by McDavid. false advertising.
election of officers on
you do get infected. If you have a cold, wash- 3.Candidates. and tug of war. provided a certificate. Simple guidelines on choos- King..ley Lake A Hampton

Many cold viruses are ing your hands frequently af- April for office are: Winning patrols were: certifying that he had ing the right seed for a lawn,
spread by coughing and sneez- ter blowing your nose may be Governor C. R. Huson and Blue Itlbbon- Rat Patrol: examined the horse. Muncho the kinds of lawn seed avail-

Ing.'But infection Is spread one way to prevent spread- Lou Roberts, Junior Governor Chuck Register, patrol leader Elite on Sept 10, 1972 and able, instructions or readingthe CALL MAXVILLE
other ways as well. Take the ing the infection around.Keeping James ;Luther and Le- ; Terry Carver, Rex Siem- that the horse was free "from seed package label and
rhinovirus-which causes fingers away from your William er, David Galnes, and Jimmy other "good-to-know" information 289-2281
Griffis Prelate, of infection or
from 30 to 40 percent of com- eyes and nose is another. Playit roy ; Esford Lamb. symptoms any for the seed buyer are
McRae and Donald communicable disease and
mon colds. New evidence sug- safe and also cover your Red RibbonWolf Patrol: found in a USDA pamphlet, S
gests that people suffering coughs and sneezes-- just in Sr.and; treasurer James ,Garland O. L. Brown third John Cooper, patrol leader; msnfir; as can be" determined "How to Buy Lawn Seed." Loan CompleteWe

from colds caused by this case your cold is caused by trustee Leon ;Griffis Ricky Hall, Randy Hall, Mat- exposure thereto. The publication is available 771-4340 I LP Gas

type of virus often have the some of the viruses that are year and Raiford Tetstone.At thew Box, Alan Montgomery, The Davies allege in their From the Southeastern Regional Tanks u_ _y Service
virus on their hands but not spread that way. the Tuesday night meetingthe and Chris Felos. suit that "each and everyone Information Office, Agri- '-" '-"
always in their cough or Yellow Ribbon: Cobra Patrol of the representations made by cultural Marketing Service
lodge has a class enroll-
sneeze. To find out more about colds ment of 16 new members. The : Terry Saucer, patrol the defendant (McDavid) andor 1718 Peachtree Street, N. W., 6641 103rd ST. JACKSONVILLE
After blowing his or her and other respiratory illnesses Ritual team from Jacksonville leader; Mike Lawson, Pat his agent were false at the Room 220, Atlanta, Ga.30309.
nose, the infected person may contact your local tuber- Mundorff, Timmy Morgan,
N also attended. time were
Lodge 455 representations
keep the invisible virus on culosis and respiratory dis- Neil I 1 Rasnick, and Todd
his hands. The virus may ease association. They have The next class enrollmentwill Schmidt. made A number of horses in

remain for as long as three the facts.ATTENTION. be on April 10. Weekly Yellow RibbonPanther Patrol defendant's herd had swampfever
meetings are held each Tues- and the other hoses had
day night at 8:30 p.m. at ; Bobby Smith, patrol lea- been exposed to said disease."
the lodge hall. der; Terry Mundorff, Greg Strawberry Specials
Holmes, Mike Sanders, and The Davies couple claim in

f 'Smokey Say: Monney Stephens. !their suit that Holland did not
Chuck Register led the examine the horse they

Buy & Sell Typewriter Adding r 'r WHAT MAY LOOK Bradford troop In worship witha purchased: on Sept 30( and that

I ;./ LIKEAFIREHAXURD sermon entitled ""How he intentionally made MA-G =: CCHEF:::
Thankful We Should Be. David -
(...COULDBEACtfEATc representations in his health
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Gaines led singing.
!" I.s; NOME! RJR: WIIDhFEIlru' certificate "without any

Repaired ./'- Chuck finished Register's the chariot Rat race Patrol knowledge whatsoever" as to : :: ::
their truth or falsity.
In less time than all other
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1 After the purchase of the
patrols attending.
Ribbons & Supplies Bobby Smith's Panther patrol horse the Davies allege\ they

out-pulled all other patrols had it examined by another

i In the tug of war. veterinarian who said the

Adults attending the cam- horse had swamp! fever The

STARKETYPEWRITER poree were Scoutmaster David plaintiffs allege that they had

Montgomery and Assis- suffered damages in the
tant Scoutmaster r'reddleSte-
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I We are pleased to announce that John E. Watson, III

has earned membership in our President's Club as a
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