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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 12, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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No. 35 Thursday, April 12, 1973 Copy






W !. ai4:' PlN4" t Schools Could Lose






c yy'.'y P I Under
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Ratio Study Ruling




County schools

stand to lose some

BerriesHit $60,000 In state .

Minimum Foundation

Hard funds unless

something is done

to reverse a situat-

By Rain ion created last

Thursday when the
Last week's three Inchesof
State Supreme
rain coming on top of a 4 tl '
record-breaking wet March, Court ruled consti-
has "knocked out" Bradford } tutionally
? unaccep-
F 4, ; County; strawberry productionfor /
L at least ten days accordIng I table Florida's tax

to Morris Carter whose .1 ratio study, basis
produce company Is handlingthe for state K-12
bulk of the 1973 crop
at the old Lawtey market. school financing.
.
Bradford County; had 11.73 k His first budget already
7H Inches of rain from March 1 4 $110,000 short of MFP fundshe
r through April 8, almost twice ;. had anticipated, new Brad-
the 50-year average for that ford Supt. Jim Temple says
period. Carter described the the situation could force him
weather coming at a time into moving $80,000 borrowed -
when berries were going Into for heating, air conditionIng -
4r peak production as "the and lighting improve-
roughest I've ever seen."The ments at Starke and South-
'_ berries are too full of water side Elementary Schools Into

"'s"tF and are "not carrying," the operating budget, thus
he said. postponing those projects.The .

u. I The price being paid togrowers Legislature is in more

- -. was quoted at $3.50 .".....,.......... turmoil apparently. State
to 3.75 for the few berries School Supt. Floyd Christiantold
that are being scrapped this Temple on the phone Mon
week, as compared with $4 day that "Things just blew
i
per flat before the rains start .. up." Christian told Templehe
S'.: ed.County I' hopes the legislature will
; Agent Bobby Taylor go ahead and fund the MFP
r estimated that the fiveweekwet
program 100 per cent this
has cost Bradford
spell
r growers at least 25 per cent ear.State officials have said the
a of their 1973 berry production. : ruling against the ratio study
L S : would the state wouldbe
"For LH mean
a while It looked as if
$20 million short in the
BeallItst.er, beautiful girl, and outstanding ed Thursday when Miss America, T.rry Ann Meeuwsen, we would have a record yield," state's $697-millIon share of
Taylor said "but
the rains .
,
ninth Donald Hamilton the trophy for school funding in Florida. It
Breaker 4-H member there should b. something In this presented grader have cut us back to about will the
mean legislature
now
picture that appeals to (lust about everybody. It's som.showing the grand champion st..r in Bradford's first average production." Beautiful Miss Mary (Katherine Brown, 1973 Straw in session, will have to underwrite -

but happenannual fat stock show and sal. berry Queen after she crowned the loss, probablyout
thing you won't often see In Bradford County Taylor said the county's; just was Saturday night./
greatest loss, besides strawberries (Photo by R.P. McLendon) of the state's projected '
( Photo by R.P. McLendon) is In the seepage of $266 million surplus.

fertilizer which will force The legislature Monday
many farmers to re-fertilize ground to a halt before it
their spring crops. "And fer- really got started when House
Donald Hamilton Shows rllizer Is In short supply" KathyBrown Speaker Terrell Sessums, D-
Taylor said. Farmers Mutual Tampa, called on the law ma-
Exchange said Wednesday they kers Monday to hold the line
were out of the popular 10- in all state pay increases
10-10 formula, and didn't know new positions, new programs
SteerDonald when they would get another Crowned 73 and new expenditures until
Grand Champion shipment. Adequate suppliesof the constitutional crisis over
7-14-21 and 6-12-12 were equitable property assess-
reported however. ments is resolved.
Usually mild-mannered, the
and Zed Hamilton, Youth Steer Show and Sale been expected. buyer: Mike Emery BrookA cold snap arriving this Tampa Democrat, in one of
two Brooker 4-II'ers and first held Thursday at the Brad- Listed are exhibitors dier FFA, Llm.plus.blue. 1.018. week might signal an end to the toughest speeches ever
ford County Fair. vision steer breed, placing, QueenGreeneyed delivered the floor of
the
cousins showed the grand 5 p Berry on
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champion and reserve cham- Donald, with his 921 pound sale wt., price per lb., and age House also announced the
pion steers at the first Annual Hereford Slmmental cross House and Senate will suspend
Bradford-Union CountyaupeWuwnQrier; grand champion was followed L _J '; _J further consideration of legis-
his brother Zed rnfL U mUIf member of the Homecoming
by younger --- Miss Mary Ka- a lation until select committees
with the reserve champion r/1 therine Brown, 18-year-old Queen's Court. develop a plan to resolve the
1,118 pound Charloals-Brang- I r daughter of Mr and Mrs. Robert Miss Brown is an A-B stu- crisis.
us cross. The pair were the : 'N'1' O I Allan Brown of Crystal dent at BUS and Is 5-5 tall Locally, Supt. Temple had
only 4-H club members in the 1'IlrUU Lake, Is the 1973 Bradford with a 36-25-37 figure. En- this comment Tuesday:

show and walked away with County; Strawberry Queen. rolled in the general curriculum "Legislators must stop using -
the two top awards. I W ..; r I fIi at BUS, her favorite
J The brown-haired beautywas ; public education as a whipping
Four more blue ribbons and I .. : crowned Saturday nightat course is Art m. She plansto boj. Instead of going
.
i five red were awarded at the ''I : the annual Strawberry attend Florida Junior Col- after a ratio study they should
show sponsored by the Brad- r Beauty Pageant which climaxed lege in Jacksonville next fall have been figuring a per pupil -
.. ford-Union Cattlemen's As- Mr the 23rd annual Bradford and study real estate. cost of education and funding -
.y sociation.The i.. County; Fair and Strawberry Other contestants were: Ca- throughout the state."
..
grand champion steer tgt'.R Festival. She received $50 rol Beam, sponsored by Sou- Temple complimented
was purchased at the sale by er cash, a crown, cape, an engraved thern Discount; Linda Buckley Bradford Tax Assessor Gene
RUMMAGESALE Farmers and Dealers Bankat 1 silver bowl, and a sponsored by The Tel- Long for doing a good Job with
Lake Butler at a bid priceof number of gift certificates. egraph; Sandra Leach, sponsored assessments here. The ratio

$1.30 per pound, $1,197 Runner-up is Miss Toni!Denise by the Community State study here reated Long's assessments -
but pledged donations boost- Whitt, 18, daughter of Bank; Brenda Holmes, spon- at 92 percent of
ed the total that Donald received Mrs Hazel R. Whitt. Miss (See Page 5)) full market value, higher than
Saturday for the best to 15C!! ? T L LThis. Whitt, who lives on Brownlee the state's 86 percent aver-
to bring the price
expected
are Road out from Starke, is Pa-
April 14 up.The reserve champion was I latka's reigning Azalea Queen. Man ChargedIn : age.The Supreme Court last
She Is employed full-time at Thursday ruled the state auditor
\\ Dixie of Starke
10 A.M. Until 1 1:00 bought by inn- .. General Electric in Gaines- Rolhor appointed by the Legislature
for $1 I per pound, $1,118, put- ville and attends Santa Fe .> cannot "override" local -
Srownlee Str..t the total amount that Zed
ting Hamilton is expected to receive students will represent Bradford High In the Stat. Science Fair In Cocoa Junior College as a full time Kenneth Jean Kennerson,22, elected tax assessors and

Across Street From will raise that price. April 2528. They are (l-r): Steve Hall, Emily Williams, Beth Davis, Jency Watson, Bill student. She was sponsoredby an escapee from Worth County rejected tax ratio the statewide property the basis -
; study as
Cadillac Terwillegar Motors.
Sewingrectory Georgia has been charged -
Under Tent. Contributions were made by Parsons, Diana Nelson, and Curtis Scott. ; with two counts of armed of Florida's school fund-
the Farmer's and Dealer's Miss Rachel Williams, 17, Ing system. In ruling the ratio -
robbery of the Handy Way
Sponsored. By Bank, in Lake Butler who daughter of Mrs. Melba Williams of study unconstitutional, the
Store at the intersection
Young Ladl.sAuxiliary bought the grand championand 8 Science Students WinL of Starke, is the second SR-I6 and SR-225, near the high court reversed the Leon
added an extra 2C!! per runnerup. She is a senior at County Circuit Court which
State Prison Bradford
by
pound to all other steers and Twenty-two students from Emily Williams 12th grade Harper Starke project- Bradford High She was sponsored County; Sheriff's Department. had upheld the study.
Church Of God the Starke Clvitan Club that Bradford High School wentto daughter of Mr. and Mrs. paper chronometography.Betty by the Starke Clvitan The lower court was ordered -
bid on every steer had figured Lake City; to participatein F. L. Williams of Hampton Davis, 8th, daughterof Club. Kennerson is charged with to issue a new opinion in
c_.. .r how much the steer wouldgo the Region Four Science with a project on Diminishing Mr. and Mrs. James Davis Queen Kathy is a w seniorat holding up the store on Feb- favor of the seven counties
for, and kicked up price Fair last weekend and eightof Sex-Stereotyped; Careers. Starke- Tooth Decay. Bradford High and worksat ruary 4, then later on F;.b. which challenged the study-
one cent on steer. Nothing these will represent BUS the Dairy Queen, the organization Sarasota Alachua
{Sljr (!Dummuuitytatr: ; every Jency Watson, llth, daugh- of 25.He Pinellas ,
Curtis Scott 11th, son
In the sale was sold In the State Science Fair April ter of Mr. and Mrs. William which sponsored was arrested Monday In Martin, DeSoto, Charlotte, and
& Sank for less than 70C per pound. 25-28 in Cocoa. R. Watson, of Hampton, project Mile Scott, StarkeThe Homing her. She moved to Bradford Bronson by the Levy CountySheriff's ; Lee. Those counties gained
Equine.
Instinct of the
Bobby Taylor, stager of the To be eligible for State a Can Visual Motor per- County; last year from Huntsville Department for a about $6 million by the rul
Account Now ......... UpT. show said the 11 steers student must place first or ception be Increased In first Steve Hall, 12th, son of Mr. Ala, and immediately gun violation there and is
.I2O.000 byF brought an average of $1.07 second in his or her class. grade children? and Mrs. Rodney Hall Ther- established a reputation as expected to be transferredto ing.Under the ratio study the
.oW>l o.-- n Corp., daugh- essa- Effects of Distance and popular BUS coed. Kathy is Bradford County; in the
the The to state 10th
per pound and that prices eight going Jody Harper, ,
paid were far higher than had are: ter of Rev. and Mrs. George (S.. Page 5'> q member the Clvinettes and future. (See Page 6))




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AnnivnarliBirthday Parties /Yite OCtal flJ ide r' J/l/ wJ Club Birth W.ddln0 Personals Meetings



Showers lads; Moot)', Society Editor, 964.7608

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Mrs. Titus Olson was call- Miss Trish Myers,daughter
Shower Given Fashion Show Library Week ed to West Frankfurt, HI. of Mr. and Mrs. John N.
) by the death of her sister Myers of Starke, has been
For Donna Bryan, Set April 15 )'r rrlrft t :J Tr.If Being/ Observed in-law, Mrs. Walter Lillie, elected secretary of the Student -
whose funeral was last Fri- Recreation Council
Bride ElectMiss At t VoTechThe L't //.r. day. Mrs. Olson is remain- for the 1973-74 academic
< i if' National Library Week will Ing in West Frankfurt and year at Wesleyan CollegeMa-
be observed the
throughout
clothing construction Mounds, Ill for two weeks con Ga.
Donna Bryan, bride- nation April 9-14,with emphasis -
class at the BradfordUnionArea with relatives.
elect of April 28, was honored VocationalTechnicalCenter ;\;;: on efforts to encourage
at a bridal shower Wed is sponsoring their ; sj Individual Americans to read ---------------------------------------------------------
nesday night of last week ll' 601 more books and become more
fashion paradeIn %
fourth annual \
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given by Miss Debbie Bobo, I tamlllar with their libraries.
t td
the Center's cafeteria,Sun- \
Miss Colleen Nichols, and ?? DeWitt C Jones Funeral Home
day, April 15, at 2 p.m. J
Mrs. Lynwood Bobo, at the .
;
The theme for the show Is Mrs. Carl Minx, librarianof
home of the latter on Raiford "The Bride and Her Trous- : y't the Bradford County Public STARKE

Road. seau". Mrs. Ruby A. Thomas .. : ., t Library, extends an invitationto
Games with prizes were L..1If1":' the publictovisitthelibrary Phone 96 -6200
Admis- .
.
is the Instructor. .
enjoyed by the 20 guests sion is free. Refreshments {?J{ .: during this special week, and
during the party hours. The said .that National Library Rental I
will be served after the show. .f'f J
refreshment table was cover- r 'l.i.- Week should be observed Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs 0c Crutches.
ed with a white lace cloth 4,1 every week of the year by
and centered with bride Cowart-Mans KEYSTONE
a HEIGHTS
making greater use of the
arrangement. UDC Chapter .i ''. facilities available to
many
Among the guests was the Engagement Told ; / all ages. Phone 473.3176SALE i
honoree's grandmother, Mrs. Plans MemorialDay 'M'
Palmer Williams.The .
hostesses presented Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cowart April 29 I
of Starke announce the engagement -
the honoree with a negligeeas I
: and approaching .
memento of occasion.
a marriage of their daughter, The W. T. Weeks chapter, It.
Florence Gall, to Milton UDC, met Wednesday after .
George Mansfield, son of noon of last week at the I
,StAr g get ffn1b'y Mr. and Mrs. George Mans- home of Mrs. E. L. Matthews !
Co .
CI uG'111e field of Hannibal, N. Y. with Miss Madge Mlddleton ..... \
(/ Miss Cowart Is a seniorat and Mrs. J. II. Fields as
BIIS. Mr. Mansfield Is cohostesses.The .
a graduate of Hannibal Cen- historian, Mrs. Johnny
of directors tral High School in New Barrett outlined plans for Rev. and Mrs., Lee Observe
board
monthly "
York, and 1s employed at the Memorial Day services
will be held THE SUPER STRETCH-STITCH MACHINE
meeting Florida State Prison.A to be held at the Crosby 60th Wedding Anniversary
(Thursday) at 7:30
tonight
September 7 weddingis Lake Cemetery on April 29
p.m. at the club house. planned at the United at 4 o'clock. Judge Elzie Assisting In serving were ,
Don't forget! Curtis San Church In Gaines- Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Lee
Pentecostal Sanders will be the speaker. Mrs. Betty Lee, cutting the
ders will begin teaching bridge ville at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. J. E. Wilson was celebrated their 60th wedding cake; Mrs. R. V. Durranceand
lessons Monday night, April All friends and relatives made a lifetime memberof anniversary on Sunday, April Mrs. Leslie Chilson
16, from 8 to 10 at with house from % SUM. 9 5
member p.m.Interested are invited to attend the the chapter. Mrs. Wil- I, open 1:30 presided at the punch bowls, ONLY
the club. Any reception which will follow son was the former Dea to 5 p.m.A and Mrs. Ira Wilson kept x
lessons
In taking these the wedding in the church Weeks and was a charter white linen tablecloth the guest book.Approximately. Reg. $209.95W1TH _
may contact Betty Lu fellowship hall. member of the chapter which edged with lace covered the 150 guests ?;,,, CABINET
Shaw, 964-5205,or Liza Mine- refreshment table that helda
was named In honor of her called during the appointed
singer, 964-8948. The cost Births father, the late Col. W. T. three-tiered cake. At each hours. Those from out-of- !' t .. 2AAA A
is $1 per lesson with the end of the table was a three-
Weeks. town Mr. and Mrs.
were
course running for 8 weeks.OGOCOocociClccaocJ branch candelabra decorated
The May luncheon was discussed Joe Merchant of Warner Robins 4131676
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Brewer, and will be held at with spring arrangements Ga., Mr. and Mrs.
) DOC of Starke announce the birth of pink carnations, lavenderand
the Holiday Inn on May 2. James Johnson of Brandon,
Mrs. Louie Bell Parks spent of a son, Gary Don, on The historian, Mrs. Barrett yellow pompoms, baby Mrs. Virginia Lee; daughter, .
April 1 in Alachua General breath and fern.
last week at Boynton Beach gave an interesting program spingeria Cynthia and grandson, Carl,
with Mr. and Mrs. A. Paul Hospital.Mr. and Mrs.Grandparents Don are on the life and inthe.tonn- The punch tables also had of Plant City; Mr. and Mrs. (D'
Young, and friends at Delray Patray Stuart, a general the same cloths and were Robert Coleman, Wayne Llz-
and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brewer. centered with punch bowls
.
Beach. federate Army.DISTRICT enbee of Jacksonville; Mr.
encircled with babies breath
and Mrs. Ellis Coleman of
""to WWWWU ft and spingeria.
------------------------ ----- Hawthorne, Mrs. Myrtle Bowen *
FIVE The mantel was centered of South Florid Mrs. The Stvlist sewing machine with cabi4.. With Pacesetter cabinet, a decorativenet.

ONLY THE VERY RICH MENTAL HEALTH BOARD with an arrangement of pink, Etta Cloer, Mr. and Mrs. With features that make sewing asset to any room.
lavender and yellow carnations Theodore Cloer easier: 1. Exclusive front drop-in bobbin.
The regular monthly meeting Mrs. Doro- The machine alone SALE
of District 5 Mental Health pompoms, babies thy Shannon, Palatka, Mrs. 2. Stretch-stitches for knits and other
CAN AFFORD CHEAP Board will be held Monday breath and fern.DUPLICATE. Wanda Crlbbs of Stockbridge, fabrics. 3. Push-button reverse control. Model 413 f 14 tffe 95
Apr. 16,. at 7 p.m. at"the Ga. and their families. I REG. 000.00 JL* 29 .
Alachua County Court- Reg- $159.95
FAIR, :, CONDITIONING house,'Room. 401. The meet- BRIDGE THE UKAUFUKD CARRYING CASE OR CABINET EXTRA \

ing Is open to county citizens CLUB RESULTS; COUNTY TELEGRAPH i
Quality Work Doesn't Cost It Pays advisory groups and the 'f| Published every Thursday' f REMEMBER, SINGER*SEWING MACHINES START AS LOW AS 67))

general public. The east-west, first and second -, at 138 W. Call Street
BROWN REFRIGERATION Duplicate Bridge Club1winners : Starke, Florida 32091 SINGER
l o a Qa Tuesday night were:
AIR CONDITIONING Mrs. Paul B. Patterson and Second Class postage paid
Mrs. Merritt Williams was Mrs. Loeb Duncan and Mr. at Starke, FloridaSubscription COLEMAN
WEATHERTON HEAT PUMPS
in Jacksonville Wednesday and Mrs. John Mussollne.
visiting her son-in-law and North-south, first and sec- Rates: SEWING CENTER
?26. S. Walnut St. Starke 964-7731 daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. A. ond winners were Mrs. Liza In trade area: $6.00 per
Taylor, Jr. and family. Mlnesinger and Curtis San- year; $3.50 six months 138 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

ders, and Mrs. Ralph Foun- Outside trade area: $7.00 APPROVED tlHOin DEALER Phone 964-8312
tain and Mrs. Paul Johnson. 'A Trademark of 1 HE SINGER COMPANY.
per year: $4.00 six months





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Darlene NormanIs Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwinof Kathy and Keith Gilllngham t BALDWIN
Arcadia have moved to of Perrine will spend next
Honored A t Given For Lake Butler where Mr. Godwin week with their grandparents
Sunday Is superintendent of the Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. They
Linen ShowerMiss Byron Bagwell Reception and Medical Center. will be Joined by their parents I
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gilllngham I
Friends of Mrs.Tyler Jones Easter weekend.Mr. Chevrollet Okis
Darlene Norman, April Little Byron Bagwell celeTbrated of Callahan, former Starke
20 bride elect, was his first birthday Sun-
resident, will regret to hear and Mrs. Ovid Bennettand
honored at a linen shower day afternoon whenhls parentsMr. that she Is a patient of St. Karen, of Jack-
daughter
Tuesday night, April 3, given .. and Mrs. Donald B. Luke's Hospital followinga sonville were weekend guestsof ,,NDI
by Mrs. Myrtice Nichols Bagwell gave a party for heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Carl L.
and daughter Miss Colleen him and eight little friends
Nichols, at their home on and their mothers. Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whif Johns.
Weldon Street. The party was held on fen and family Mrs. Whif Mrs.CharlesJohnsattended
and
Sen.
The refreshment table was the Bagwell lawn at their fen's mother Mrs. AnnIJoel-! Springtime In Talla- I INTERNATIONAL I IJ
covered with a white linen home on S. Cherry Street with lenbeck and Dr. and Mrs. hassee last Friday and Satur-
cloth and centered with a which was decorated Heinz Stoelting attended the
wedding bell. Miss Wanda strung balloons. The clown wedding of Mrs. Whlffen's day.Mr. _
Prevatt presided at the punch theme was carried out on
Christa Joellen-
sister. Miss and Mrs. Marc Jack-
bowl. the refreshment table which beck to Frank Garavlto In son and daughters were in
Games with clown t tt
prizes were was covered with a afternoon.
Miami Saturday Williston visiting her
Sunday
enjoyed by the 15 guests cloth and held a clown birth- parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. t
during the evening. Amongthe day cake. Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Smith
guests was Mrs. Mark- The youngsters were giv- Neely and daughter of Lake-
lee Norman, mother of the favors of party hats,
en of
land were Sunday guest Mrs. William Mar-
Mr. and
brideelect.The blowers and baskets of candy. her parents Mr. and Mrs. chant and family of Lake City; > t
hostesses presentedthe Assisting In serving wereByron's
Herbert Thomas. the Eollne -
have purchased t t't
honoree with a set of grandparents, Mr.
557 N. Walnut '
Smith home at
sheets as a memento of and Mrs. Don Bagwell and /
has
the occasion. Mrs. Henry Morrison. Local admittances to Bradford Street. Mr Marchant a ;'\

u...........,.......,......" .. "............... ...."........ ....... County Hospital this week used.car business In Gainesville \ '. ht
include: Anthony Harris Mrs.
Winnie Davis Mrs. Bertha .N
Mrs. W. F. Oster visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brad- Pentecost, Harry Weber Mrs. W. H. Hart and Mrs. !
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Jones In ley and granddaughter Tlsa Shawne Shlflett, Mrs. Vergte Kate Sheppard are in St. Petersburg G
Bradenton last week. Waters spent Saturdayto Flynn Mrs. Ohio Gore Roy Tuesday to Thurs-
Wednesday of last week Tomlinson, Mrs. Mary Phillips day visiting Mrs. Estelle
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Glusto with relatives In St. Mathew Jack Underhill Ernest Braun. 8 ti f
who will be ownermanagersof S. C. Bonawandt, Mrs. Laura Tom-
the new Starke KOA Kamp- linson, Mrs. Neta Hicks Mrs.
ground on U.S. 301 South, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bradleyand Jessie Roddy Starke; Leon *
have Just completed a special Mr. and Mrs. Vance Bldaught, James Meriwether Once we get the a"uomobi/e'! / *
program of schoolingat Geiger of Jacksonville spent Mrs. Alice Metz and Mrs. exhaust cleaned up can't we t tt
Kampgrounds of America's last Thursday to Sunday at Gayle Renfro, Keystone do something about the messin t
training school at Billings, Horse Shoe Beach. Heights; Mrs. Lattice Rucker the glove compartment?
Mc-
Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lake Butler; and Susan o '
and Gig
Quaig and family
Milliard, Raiford.
Dr. and Mrs. Heinz[ Stoel- Farris of Waycross Ga.
ting and family of Berlin, were Sunday visitors of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johns t tt
spending two and Mrs. Mack Williams. t
Germany are and family of Macclenny visited ROSEMARY
weeks at the D.W. Whiffen Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch RUMBAUGH
cottage on Klngsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. James Barron last Thursday.Mrs. PHOTOGRAPHER
of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Al
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Smith Herndon of Gainesville and Strickland and WALDO, FLA. t tt
White F. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl PH. 4681287
and son returned last Friday Gloria, spent the
from two weeks vacation in of Rome, Ga. went to Horse daughter weekend with Mrs. J. B. Fender t
Colorado, New Mexico and Shoe on Sunday. and Miss Lucy Erwin In CUSTOM PRINTINGFrom
Texas. Greenwood and also visitedIn Your Negative
Mr and Mrs. John E.
Miss Norma Canova spent Watson in were In Los Ange- Panama City and Dothan, COPYWORK t
the weekend with Mr. and les, Calif, last week attendingthe Ala. t
Mrs. is",k Bush In East President's Club meeting' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Par- INFORMAL PORTRAITSAND
of the Guardian Life Insurance
Pal atka. Co. They also visited Las ker and family of Cocoa were PASSPORTS

Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Dans- Vegas. weekend here. guests of relatives s erg luyhd:9t pr t
by and daughters of Lansing, : : : o
Mich spent tIe past two Some people sell mowers in store for you in to make

weeks. O. Dansby with ,Mr.While and Mrs.R. here. by horsepower, by width IH line. lawn care easy.

they visited L ytoa* BMcfa of cut, or by price. You'll find four separate Let us show you just the t

and Disney World. t But your best investment levels of equipment. From right mower for your yard.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Huff 4tl'wtlfbf11'J'P is a machine that matches power mowers, to riding We won't sell you any
Mrs.
of Albany, N. Y. and
Edward Davis of Gainesville your yard and anticipates mowers, to garden tractprs, other.
'were last Wednesday luncheon your needs. even full estate size t
'
guests of Mrs. R. O. Dansby.
And that's what vTetfave tractors. They're all

Friends of Mrs. Claude ,
Crowson will regret to learn Patch
of the death of her brother, 1T T L
James B. Drennan, Jr., In t tt
night.Columbia, S. C. Saturday t TM


Dr. R. E. Dopson attendeda
Chiropractic study seminar ,
April 6-8 In Kansas City, t
Mo. During the programDr.
Dopson was awardeda
special plaque of merit. 6.00 ,

Mr and Mrs. W. H. Thom- Buy any IH lawn and garden Buy any IH riding mower

end son of guests Monticello of Mr.were and week-Mrs. t tractor (from 8 to 14 h.p.) and well ((5 or 7 h.p.) and well give you ,

Brian Hamilton. give you the mower attachment this trailer attachment ,

at no extra cost. at no extra cost.You'll .
Ben (Sarge) Suslow has
returned after a month in $2'50 t ,
the Gainesville VA Hospital.

Mrs. Ann! Joellenbeck of ,r
Berlin, Germany Is visitingher 1 t tt
son-in-law and daughter
Dr. and Mrs. D.W, Whiffen. t
524.00
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Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Dodd,
Jr. were In West, Miss. j 112.00s7.oo
last Tuesday to Saturdayon t t tt

business.Mr. 1 .r t

John Hartleyand
and Mrs. its t
sons of Jacksonville spent
the weekend with her mother

Mrs. W, E. Dowllng. 1o M A t t tt

Mr. and Mrs. Marion Har-
rington of Daytona Beach
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and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harrington ,
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Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy -
during the weekend. i1 ,

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brownof k Iflt t tf.

Redkey, Ind. spent the
weekend George W.with Brown.Mr. and Mrs. 1(1( t


Mr. and Mrs. Hoist C. fIl,1'
BeallJr.. and family of r /h ,
Macon, Ga. were weekend
guests of her mother Mrs. have to admit our Mown International Harvester machine
J. L. Gentry. I Tow Bonus Is a good deal that not only handles the toughest iii.
\Itt2; p But what makes it an outstanding of chores with ease,but Is as

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. Holy Week Services Start Blue GrassConvention American Host Precautions Can Take The 'Punch


Monday A t 1st Methodist Set Families Are Out 0 f Florida Storms Says 1.1.1.

April 28,29
Needed Here
In having repairs
Devastating tornadoes that -- At home, if no storm cel- port the toss 10 your insur- contractor
loss
of million-plus swath lar Is near, take shelter in a ance company and have an made or obtaining a es-
Carrying out the theme be carried out: The Spring Convention ripped a $1 timate. The local Better Business -
"The Way of The Christ Blue Grass Music will be Into the Orlando area last corner of the basement near- adjuster call upon you. Bureau be able
,of The Cross" traditional Monday: Lunch served by held Saturday and Sunday.Apr. Families In the Starke Area month bear strong testimony est the direction from which Make whatever temporary In may this regard.
needed by the AmericanHost to In rushing cold the wind is blowing. If there repairs are necessary to prevent to help you
Holy Week services sponsored the ladles ot the First Christian 28-29 at the Blue Grass are what sudden, Let agent know where
by the Starke Ministerial Church and the First Special Country Music Park Program to house and naps can do In central and Is no basement, seek shelter further damage by windor will your be if must move
Alliance will be held In the United Methodist Church. west of U.S. 301 seven miles entertain English-speaking north F l o r I datMs time of elsewhere even an open rain. This should Include you Into temporary you quarters. If
Fellowship Hall of the First J.C. Brown, minister First north of Starke; European teachers In their year. ditch can offer some protect- boarding: up or otherwise covering policy covers additional
United Methodist Church Christian Church, will speakon Featured performers will homes for one or two weeks With the possibility of such tion. broken windows; covering your
keep a record -
Monday through Friday April the topic "'Lbe Way to be the Lewis Family with this summer. storms In the air, the Insur- -- Avoid auditoriums gym holes In the roof and living of expenses those for
16-20 from 12 noon to 12:50.: Bethlehem" (Luke 2:1-15; Little Roy; Betty; Fisher and According to J. Stuart Per- ance Information Institute urged nasiums and other buildings siding with temporary mater- adjuster.Be expenses 0
Lunch will served daily to 9.18-22): ). the Dixie Blue Grass Boys kins, president of Volkswagenof homeowners -- particularly having large roofs relatively ials. Keep a record of the your prepared to provide the
those attending.The Charlie Moore and His Dixie America and Board Chair- mobile homeownersto anchored. cost, If any and provide the of
Grass of the Host Program. -- If you sight a tornado In Insurance adjuster with Item- adjuster with an Inventory
following program will Tuesday: Lunch served by Partners the Blue man begin taking precautions to personal property
American Host Is one of the open country move at right ized bills. damaged
the ladles of St. Mark'sEpiscopal Tarheels, and many others. prevent property damage,
furnishings, clothing,
and the First Bap- Shows will be held on the few non-governmental programs personal Injury and loss of angles to the tornado's path.If For your own protection, such as the
FIRST UNITED METHODIST tist Church. The Rev. JohnM. 28th at 2 and 8 p.m., and designed to show the there Is no time to escape, deal only with a reputable and Jewelry to speed pro-
STA KESundaySunday Flynn of St. Mark's will on the 29th at 1:30: p.m. American wey-of-life to foreign life.Knowing what to do before lie flat In the nearest ditch cessing of your claim.

speak on "The Way to Jeri- The Blue Grass Music Parkis teachers by pairing the storm can save people and ravine or other depression.
School 9:45: cho," (Luke 10:25-37): ). starting Its third year them with American families. property, and knowing what to Don't stay In you automobile
a.m.; Morning Worship at of operation offering family Perkins said that being do afterward can prevent fur- Block has
Mobile homes Henry
fre-
11outh; Choir Rehearsal Wednesday: Lunch servedby type entertainment, and top a "host family" Is open to ther damage and help get the quent-- target of storm are a winds
:5 p.m.; UMYF snack supper, who baa the desireto
in blue
ladles of St. Edward'sCatholic performers grassmusic. anyone repairs made
the necessary and tornadoes but much dam-
6; UMYF 6.30.WednesdayMidWeek meetings. and re- Church and Allen Facilities are provided Increase understandingand quickly, and properly.In age can be prevented by the use 17 reasons why you
creation :
between Amer-
Chapel AME Church. Father for families who wishto friendship the event of a tornado or of
Prayer James Cregan of St Edward'S bring a picnic lunch and icans and Europeans. All other high winds, the Institute an anchorage system, or
Group 7:30: p.m.; Chan- One ticket American Host requires Is "tie downs", designed to hold should to
7:30. will speak on "The Wayto spend the day. recommends the following: come us
cel Choir rehearsal Gethsemane," (Mathew26- provides all-day entertain- hospitality; a private room the home In place. They may
Maundy Thursday commun- 36-46. or Mark 14: 32-42)). ment. for a guest, and free time 2 Cars be made from readily availa- for
ion April 19, 7:30: p.m. In income tax help.
After the spring convention, for one or two weeks to ble materials such as alrcract
the Sanctuary. Tnursday: Lunch servedby the next attraction will be Introduce the guest to friends, cable or metal straps turn-
FridayChildren's Choir the ladles of Madison neighbors and perhaps fellow TotaledIn buckles and ground anchors
Blue Grass
State
Rehearsal 330. Street Baptist Church and the Florida teachers. and can be purchased from a Reason 11. Our fee for
-Rev. George L. Harper Convention on Oct. 5, 6, average
Greater Bethlehem Free Will The program arranges all CrashTwo manufacturer and professionally -
Pastor Baptist Church. Rev. Denton 7. transportation, and Host families Installed. over seven and a half million ,
Sumrall of Madison Street, are asked to meet their persons were treated
MADISON STREET will speak on "The Wayto Meat Sellers guest upon arrival In their and released from Brad- AFTER A STORM customers last year was only ;
Jerusalem," (Luke 9:51-: community.; ford County Hospital April After a windstorm or hall-
BAPTIST CHURCH[ about 12 dollars.
62)). Arrangements for partici- 7 when the car they were storm don't hinder first aid :
Must Post pating as a host family can In hit the rear of a parkedcar and rescue work. Unless qualified I
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; Good Friday: Lunch servedby be made by writing to: on West SR-100 across to render emergency
Morning Worship, 11 WMU a.m.; the ladles of the First Price ListsJack American Host Program from Bowen's Laundry. assistance, stay away from
Church Training, 6:15 I
; Presbyterian Church. Rev. Hostel Commodore, Suite disaster area.
Prayer Circle, 7:15: Evening Erik Johnson, pastor of the L. Evans, district 2100 New York NY, 10017 Michael Anston Dobbs 38, Don't touch dangling or loose ,
Service 7:30.MondayYouth. First Presbyterian,will speakon stabilization manager of Internal or call (212) 683-6567 before of Raiford was driving a 1968 power lines or electric wires.In .
Cholr,7 p.m. "The Way to Golgotha," Revenue for Florida, April 20,1973.legible Ford west on SR-100 when a storm the live power
Tuesday-Bible Study 10 (Mark 15:21-40). reminds meat sellers that the accident occurred. He anda lines may become entangled
Girls In Action, 3:30 Cleo Thornton !
a.m.; list of passenger ,
must post a
they with metal fences telephoneor
p.m. The Community; Easter Sun- all meat also of Raiford, were takento
ceiling prices on other wires.
Night rise Service will be heldat within i
Wednesday-Family on posters the hospital by Starke Policeman -
items. Be careful of fire at all
Supper 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting 7 a.m. Sunday In the The meat ceiling regulat- the department In which the Kenneth Carlton and -
Mission: Friends 7:30Adult First United Methodist Church announced on March majority of the meat items later released. times.MAKE
ions TEMPORARY
Choir 830.: with Rev. Jasper Williams are sold. The poster shouldbe ,
29 by President Nixon, Impose Dobbs was driving his car REPAIRS
Thursday-Visitation, 9:45 pastor of Greater Bethlehem designed so that a pur-
ceiling on the pricesof at 50 mph and was charged
has
a
Assuming property
your
a.m.: 3:30: and 7:30: p.m. Free Will Baptist Church, chaser may conveniently determine E Es LOCI
and for careless driving by Investigating -
-Denton Summit PavtnCanovu .. speaking on "The Way to beef lamb, pork the name of each with been damaged, It's only natural -
an Indefinite period. The Officer Claude that you will want necessary -
(Luke 24:13-35)).
Emmaus Individual meat item and its
to all sales Hardee of the Starke Police THE INCOME TAX
regulations apply repairs to be made PEOPLE
music will be
Special providedby Evans said.Wouldn't .
ceiling price
F. .1. the Greater Bethlehem after slaughter except those Department. quickly and properly. Here's
made by retailers with annual how you can help: 118 NORTH WALNUT
Choir.
Free Will
Baptist of Dobbs' car and a 1966 Ford
sales or revenues Notify your Insurance a-
F. Allan Canova, 74, retired less than $100,000 and by it simplify things sedan that was parked were gent, telling him the extentof Op.n 9 A.M. To 6 P.M. Monday Thru Seturdey Phon. 964-8386

Gainesville pharmacist, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH restaurants to consumers organizer! bascbali if every both totaled In the accident. your damages. If the damage NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
for The 1966 Ford owned by
in Alachua Gen- STARKE was
died Monday
Evans said. team had a designated trouble- amount exceeds any deductible 4 Days L.ft
eral Hospital after a brief Under price control regulations maker? James Harvey Kinard, of provision, he will re
illness. SundaySunday School 9:45: ; meat sellers must Starke.

:Mr. Canova was a nativeof Morning Worship at 11; ser- maintain a copy of the cell- .'. ---- --- ..--..............-......-...-...--.......- ---... --- -
Starke the son of the late mon by Dr. W. R.Dudley;Ben Ing price list and the calculations .. -------- -....-.-..-.-.. .... .

Mr. and Mrs. Ed E. Canova, Ringers Group, 5:15; Church and supporting data ; :
f
and had lived In Gainesvillefor Training 6:15: ; Evening Wor- upon which the list is based .. l \, '
more than 40 years wherehe ship; sermon by Dr. W. R. at each place where those -\14, .
owned and operated aphar- Dudley. meat items are offered for I 7r"' .' w .
'
macy. MondayYouth Ensemble, sale. Sellers must also Inform .. r- \ '. \. J'
Surviving are his wife 6:30 Youth Choir Practice; IJ 0:, Frances; three daughters Ca- Associational; VBS Work- that meat the product list is purchasers available ... ., {, .. ..f: ; ..' ? Il I Il Ilfa..Uta.O I .., .

rolyn Boltin, Orlando; Mary shop, 7 p.m. and that they may compare t.N '
Ann Howard Virginia Beach TuesdayYoung Musiciansand the ceiling prices to current Bud4cock::4. 48"'" r rtr "
Vfe.; and Cathy Canova, Music Makers Choir 3:30: ; item prices, Evans said. i \ I .

Gainesville; two stepsons,RIchard G. A. and Bell Choir Practice In addition to these requirements .. ." (" i.t! :ift Wt/ \ ...
and Mark, also of 4:15. .., L. EO ,
: food retailers have .. :? J; q !
Gainesville; one brother, Julian WednesdayActeens, 5 p.m. special obligations, Evans .. .\\ \ 3.- 'po- Nt, ,. ,,4 oi I \ .? I I
J. Canova, Gainesville Family Night Supper 6; Prayer said. Each retail food store I l j) .'ty

and four grandchildren. Meeting R. A., 6:30: ; Tea- must display a list of ceiling. V ..... Starke Fla. '
Funeral services were heldat chers and Officers' Meeting prices for each of its meat 128 S. Walnut I

4 p.m. Wednesday in the 7:15; Church Choir Practice Items except those offered. 5PIECEOUTDOOR At Badcock, we pledge always .

First Presbyterian Church of 8 p.m. for sale for the first time to bring you True 1I1 j
.
Gainesville. Interment was In ThursdayLadles Bell after the list Is posted. These 411. take D fJ/L .
Evergreen Cemetery. Choir Practice, 12 noon; Vis- ceiling prices must be prominently -. DINETTE SET Value Although we ..) .

itation, 7. posted and clearly '.rfect for you t."oc., porch er pride in bringing you the ANCHOR-HOCKING IO-INCH .
L ... patio lifting Conitructod of ilurdy! lowest possible prices, we.apond.d
FRUIT BOWL
metal with gloaming whit .
baked enamel finish. never sacrifice quality I for
Florida Spring Convention Of the sake of price. Compare withpurchase .

$ our Values anywhere and .
of 39"or .
BLUE GRASS MUSIC<<; 6995 see what we mean when more .

Sot Includofi we say,
AT 34" Mound Tiblo Compare at .
I' Jr'o! -> O1U e 4 Matching Chain $79.95 "j&att cJ. 'kIiJt .
BLUE GRASS SPECIAL r

: Spring Sale Prices good thru June 16, crlUlai IJJU4 ;", PiB .

arGLQf.ck 1973, while stocks last. 7 -yrII I'' .

COUNTRY MUSIC PARK 'I... a..4.IUAdlaa 'f' r I ,Ot *r :

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I SATURDAY 28th 2 And 8 P.M. SUNDAY 29th 1:30 P.M. r- V..) S

Wo brine you bettor buy l47 .
J .y .
... .
quality fvmltvroopplioncM '
In Person I' I'. .;,, floorcovering /_ .
on* homoentertainment 07uT
and! s .
then .provide. I6. extra ) '
I'
__ .orvkM ot additional
%c _.1 .- _I. w. .. up. merchandi arc .
I' _>r .e for you and "'... Umbrella ... ... $29.95 .
.
r deliver It to your homo
', JL t -d s? j :-.c fro. Umbrella Table ........... .. $19.95 .

;'' c.'j Jar Folding Chair .._.....-..... $ 3.98 .

ti Bunting f< eon lr. _.., BREEZE BOX FANS .

3 PIECE BALL GLIDER SET j 'mow-- .

Attract I.*. ttvrdy, .?.*! construction for leasing C 20-Inch BREEZE BOX .
I' bvrbed'.no'has aluminum' from and a.",..
Th. '.ft4. 01 tine G.... Lewie ,..11, Ch.dl.Ms.,.a Dad. P.rra.ro ... and Melon.flnlih. Available In AvocadoLmon # V "*'--' FAN AND STAND o> Two.Speed .

1'1"on,1; Famous Group Include. : with rotary .

.. 3 '._n.GII4.r .. Matching Rocker. Can p.n .. witch Safely grills .

Lewis Family With Little Roy I'. Matchlnf_Choir at 599.9a front 7-wlna A back .

Hylo Brown I' lifomU Redwood 3 Pc. Ivbolhu.t.

Betty Fisher And The Dixie BlueGrass T + \,0,0\" REDWOODPICNIC $ .

%.S.0 .'Compare .
Boys tU
SET at $3088 .

The Friends ,1ft. California' Redwood OIIP i1M osir
Of Bluegrass i Sot 20" .
...., for town or patio. Sturdyconitractlon $1Q88 Comp.ro
l I" t I / .provide. ,.... of "... 2 SPEED FAN O at $2393 .
,, redwood dot table and
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The Blue
Grass Tarheel .'lee Ore.. ToHlo.1. borxhei. Table ilui 24" deep. WITH 7 WING TURBO .
230z a .." I.....
THRUST SLADI
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Plu' The On & OnlyCHARLIE

: Sol Includes. $ 88 .
MOORE AND
HIS DIXIE PARTNERS T..ble 36 .
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Other Cue," To Be Announced During Shoic Bencho. PATIO SNACK TABLE $Q 96Compare .
., $4993 II"W a 11"D a 16"H SOPT
Colorti Avocado, fellow SAVI 01.00 .
ADMISSION .. White *1

S.tur.iy Adults $5.00 ChlMrM 6-12 $1.00 P.r D.y : Shop 3aetcock IVfate Value and Setvice go WandinWandi

Sunday Adults $4.00 Child,. 6-12 $1.00 Per Diy

2 Day Pus $8.00 UIW,.. $1.00 Ptr Day : DEERY S mtJJP.S E.LA Ayj :



Old Time Family Entertainment Be Sure To Check For, The Marked Down Price. On Merchandise .1 :

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Apr. 12, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pope 5 i


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Queen Plot Land Use Hampton Found Innocent ,

: RUMMAGE SALE
Crown t tI
I
Larry Hampton was found ed in the cases of Malcolm with violation of right of way;
(From Pogo 1)) City Board Told not guilty by a Jury Mondayin PrIngle and Marianne H.PrIn- James David Ricks charged I In Porch And Florida Room t
County Court trials on char gle. charged with stopping with Improper change of
sored by Faulkner's Cult Service ges of lewd and lascivious payment on a check and of course; Ethel Harris Forsythand
; Nanette Tomlinson Plot existing land use get, in 1955 pertaining to bever- behavior with Judge Elzle Dorothy Helen Rlsby. charged Robert Lee Martin charged : OIINA-CLOTHES-SHOES PICTURES- :
sponsored by Baldwin Chev- basic Information on .map- age sale. Sanders presiding. with the sale of an alcoholic with reckless driving;William
rolet-Olds; Debra Ann Lewis that is the loud and clear City Attorney George Piercewas Hampton, 18, was charged beverage without a license. Holton Hamlin, charged CERAMICS-ETC. t tI
sponsored by Stan's Boot* message of Dale Backer,state asked to research state with performing an unnatural Cases set for trial Wednes- with fleeing or attempting to I
ery Sallye Meng sponsored land use control specialist, laws on beverage. sex act on a 15yearoldmale day and Thursday John- elude a police officer and I All Must Go I II
by Colonial; Florist, and Deb- gave the Starke zoning board Meeting with the group was classmate in the horticultural nie Flttman and Glen are Orville: driving while under the Influence :
bie Thomas sponsored by last Thursday, April 5. John Torode, chairman of the classroom of the Vo- Scott, both charged with of narcotic,drug; and I II
Stump's Department Store. Eac.ker was asked.for advice Bradford County Zoning cational-Technical Center on less driving; Milton Lee care-Ellis Joseph S.Supsky,charged with : Come OneCome; All I II
The beauty and that was what he Board and E. W. Hodges Dec. 5. Edward Worthe Lips- .Improper driver license. I
pageant spon- --------------
sored by the Starke Junior said repeatedly- developa member of the county zoning He was first tried on that combe, Donald Bert Eberle I Ruby Dobbs Highway 16 IL t
land use plan even it its board. offense on February 12, but Ethel THE LIGHTHEARTED old tJ
Woman' Club, Harris Forsyth and
drew a capacity unable to reacha slogan, "I sint mad at no- j 2nd Door To Hi-Lo Gro., Raiford I
audience in the show a- based largely on intuition, but "Biggest thing you all haveto the jury was Glen Orville Scott, all charged ___
rena at the fairgrounds de- at least have some kind of do is make up your mind unanimous .erdiet and Judge with driving while Intoxi- body, is now interpreted as a ------------
spite a heavy rain that fell sound basis on which to make what you want to do. Thendo Sanders declared a mistrial.In cated; Joe Rivers, charged shocking refusal to get in.
Saturday night. zoning decisions. It!" advised Torode.Science other cases which had volved.
Also discussed with Eacher been set for trial Monday:
Fair Manager John Myers were the zoning board's desire Daniel Wilson changed his COOPER'S
termed
the 1973 edition a successful to treat mobile homes in plea to guilty; on the chargeof PLAn PlAnT now POUR
fair except for the
rain that marred a more uniform and compre- (Prom Page 1)) destroying personal pro-
Saturdaynight's hensive manner. Idea of ban- perty. Sentence was withheldand NURSERY &
expected record gate ning mobile homes within the Position on Verbal interac- bond set at$201. 4ai
and which held down
attend-
City; of Starke except for parks tion.Bill A continuance was order- T LANDSCAPE
ance opening
Even
day. so, especially for that purposewas Parsons 9th, son of
the Rotary Club served 1,000 broached, but no decis- Mr. and Mrs. D I. Parsons, Berries .
chicken dinners at 50 cents ion made. Several area towns MelroseEffects of Stimu- .llli N. Temple Ave. 964-8104' CO.
each at Its annual Rural-Ur- lants and Depressants on A- (
have taken that step. ( from Page 1))
ban Day Program which hon- '
rachnids.
ored former Bradford County Of concern also to the zoning the downpours that have caned ROSES Annuals Mixed Azaleas
; attorney and state representative board is regulation of beverage "They have worked hard the Santa Fe and Suwan-
Arch Thomas. Jr. sales within the city; and we are extremely proudof nee Rivers to reach record $2.89 89
for example: how far a liquor their success to this point flood heights. A low of 36 Doz. 12" to 18- $7 .49EA.
store would be allowedto and know that they will represent degrees was recorded here
a church or school. The us well in state competition Wednesday morning believedto Processed Fla. PeatHumus 50' Water
Blow your stack city has nothing in its pre- says Bradford Silence be a near record for that GoodSupply
sent zoning ordinance drawn Teacher Jerry McGrlff. date. Pine Bark 5/8 Dose

when theweather'8 ----- $1.79 3u Bog. Pt 89ct Bu Bag $3.29Lawn

hot? LYMAN GREEN'S BAR-B-QUE Furniture vat Zebra

For Outdoor Leisure Eg Hibiscus
Plants
Temple Avo. Stark, Fla.

DELICIOUS FOOD EVERYDAY From $89.95 & Up $3.98Ea SI ..98. FERTILIZER

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Beef.! $2.50 lb. B..f or Pork Sand.. 75* TRY OUR MANY SERVICES Needs

Pork $2.50 IbChicken Super Beef or Pork Sand. $1.00 1. Sprinkler & Installation
this Wagon Train Special $1.50 System: Design
Don't let year's sum- 22..oeh
mer heat and humidityruin Super B. or P. Sand. 2. Lawn Maintance: By Contract
your sleep and make Rib $3.00 lb.
your days miserable! Get With Coleslaw 8. Baked Beans 3. Landscaping Design & Installation .c-
more rest and work more '
efficiently with a famous -rfsp\\
4. Seeding
Carrier central air condi- SPECIALITIES Grassing Spriging Soding :

tioning system. Callus.today Drainage Work ::.:! ::-:: /
during our preseaSawyerSlade Beef Plat. $2.00 5. Lot Clearing :.
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$1.50
Pork Plate $2.00 (Custom Tractor Work)
y
12" Pizza $2.00
Chicken Plate $2.00 Cheese Pepperonl 6. Nursery & Garden Center ." '
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Served With Baked Beans Sausage Hamburger ( Complete Line Of Lawn Equipt) ..... :f,.*>>,....
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. Steer S how 1" I"I"III..tII LMJLPJLMJUL'JULMMJMJ' Tax RulingFrom ..u...11. .XMJUUtJUUUULI IllalOlalallORalOIIOI. q
2 More with the state responsible for
Long valued that same
et; Charles Castlen. Brook- ( : meet the duties of his office said supervision and bud-
FFA Ang.-Lim. plus rag. 1) and under-assesses parcel at $500 again Just a costs
(Pram. l er the
Page 1))
FFA, Herf., blue,. 1.007. ,..740 blue 779. ,75(! by Food Fair; auditor general compared state has been forced to pay figure the man picked. get control. transfer supervision -
,74 T. Crawford. Lake Butler Gainesville Livestock Mark- Brang.-Llm. plus blue, 810, with Mi own appraisal. the, burden which should and white that is going to gov- of tax of local assessors property .-
80C by Wlnn-Wxle; M. Blel- Arrests Those counties falling below have been borne by the county ern a man's thinking as far and certification rolls from theRevenue Department
ling of Lulu, FFA, Herf.-R. the state level lose a cor- in effect forcing the state as property assessments go," tax under
BEAUTIFY IN 73 Ang. plus red 854 71C, by responding amount of state into the position of a county Long states. of to the auditor
Camp Packing Co., of Ocala; school aid, or. putting It another taxpayer. Thus the county House Speaker Terrell Ses- the Cabinet, the Legisla-
Bradford FFA Sr. Chapter ReportedTwo way, those counties are has benefited from the con- sums Instructed special House general under
Ligustrum i Ang. Herf. plus Red, 793, required to use more than sev- stitutional behavior of Its tax and Senate committees nam- ture.Legislation either to stren-
Reddish Ha- en mills of local tax revenueto ed Monday to consider the
77C by Dolph ; cases have been by assessor the court said.
abolish the Department -
18" to 4' 1.89 UP rold Archer of Lake Butler the Bradford County Sheriffs meet the state's 7-mlll "Proper method" for cor- following steps to get around gthen or of to Revenue's Division -
FFA, Guer.-Char.-Llm. plus. equivalency requirement for recting inequities is for the 'the
Department concerning a Juvenile Supreme Court ruling: of Ad Valorem Taxation.
Vibernum Red .70C by Cattlemen's full MFP funding.In state to under-as-
932. charged with possession sue any Legislation to make local -Legislation to provide a
18" to 4' $1.69 UP Assoc.: GaryMelvlnofBrooker of drug paraphernaliaand Its 6-1 decision, with only sessing county, the court said. tax assessors elected state and improved index of
FFA, Ang.-Herf plus red, Timothy Patrick Cunneen, Justice Joe.Boyd dissenting "In the area of school fllanclng officials, like state attorneys new ability.TUCK'S .
Azaleas 815 .7W! by L. J. Kite end 18, of Chicago charged with the high court said the however the Leg- property taxpaying
,. Andy Baldree of Starke FFA, possession of marijuana.The study is "unconstitutional Insofar islature has chosen to ignorethe -
10" to 2'.79 UP Ang..Herf plus Red, 855, 70S( Juvenile 16, was pickedup as It allows for a ratio findings of the tax assessors -
Bare RootStd by Bradford County Farm In an abandoned house on study by the auditor gen- completely and to DRIVE IN
Roses Bureau. west Call St. by Deputy Sher- eral to overrule the certi- rely on a ratio study pre-
Trees "It was very very successful. iff Glen Sapp who found a fied findings of the countytax pared by the auditor generalto
Pat. 4.98
$2.99 There were 11 in the marijuana pipe on the youth. as.e.sors.o' determine allocation of NOW OPEN
Rose Trees 2 For The show some dropped out, and The pipe was sent to the Bureau "The present plan which state education funds" the
we sold three that were not of Narcotics and Dan- allows for reliance on the court said, rejecting that pro-
*$9.98 Price Of One In the show" says County gerous Drugs in Miami to assessment of the auditor general WeekendSPECIAL
Agent Bobby Taylor. The be tested and results were In total disregard for the cedure.
Pittsporum Arborvita arena was full, and everyone that it was used to smoke assessments of the county assessors Bradford Tax Assessor
UP 1.99 UP seemed toe enjoy the evening marijuana.The as approved, by the Gene Long said funding public -
$1,79
." Board of Tax Adjustment and education is the main Idea -
picked
youth was
Trophies and checks to the March 7 and has been turned up certified to the Departmentof behind the ratio study.It .
Plants .37 youths were presented at the over to the Division of Youth Revenue Is an attempt to also gives the local assessor HOT DOGS
Veg. Tray sale program at the show a- Services for disposition. A usurp the dUty of the assessor a "little better" com-
rena which was emceed by week before he was pickedup ," the Justices said. parison of his assessmentsto
"The school districts of the the rest of the he
state
former: county Agent George the house was raidedby lO < Ea.
"\: Muggins as follows: City: Police and some state like the citizens havea said.
: right to rely on the find- Long contends however
other
5 10 youths were caught of tr."ir duly-elected that assessing is
S% 0 % using marijuana.In ings > assessors properly
ShowmanshipCharlie Cas- Everyday Lunch Specials
L\ where the findings purely a matter of Judgement.
the made against
case
Serin ChlOrdane tlen of BrookerRecordBook- have been reviewed and certified He pointed out that he valued
Malathon Crawford of Lake Butler Cunneen, sailor stationed at "
Tommy
by the reviewing body. one small parcel in Law-
the Naval Air Station In
Dust ; WeightGainHarold Archer House AppropriationsChairman toy at $200 simply a figurehe 91.OO
Dust
Dust Deputy
Jacksonville Sapp
of Union County; and Marshall Harris picked out of the air. The
) arrested him at the intersec-
Home-Grown Contest Donald D-Mlaml, author of the study man doing the ratio study Good Eating
lb. tion of SR-225 and
SR-227
4 Bag
4 Ib. Bog 4 lbe Ball Hamilton. called the ruling "unbelievable" here for the auditor general,
the of SR-225 that
part runs
Invocation was given by Allison -
and said the court was ..
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from Sampson City Intersects ---------------
Shadd, vice presidentof
Florida's education
1.17 .99 1.37R.11.39 the Cattleman's Associa- with SR-227 which runs from 'scuttling' r------------
funding equalization program.He .
US-301 to SR-18. MONEY YOU !
tion and the guest were wel- said the court was in effect t FOR
Cunneen was sitting on the
comed by Ralph Bryan chair- school from

Rlg.1.44 Rell. ,,1.69rs man Commission.of the Bradford County; Sapp side of stopped the road to and see Deputy if he poor taking counties and money giving it : LOANS FOR ANY PURPOSE

having trouble. Cunneen to rich counties.
was Harris said the court has
ii Judges in the show were seemed to be In a stupor Pay Income Tax
':
,. "entirely missed the point"and t
; Dr. Bill G. Jackson, G. C. and Deputy Sapp asked him had "misunderstood" the Consolidate Your Debts
Norman Don McCormick and to roll down the window issue. The Legislature was t
Bill Allen and the sale then smelled marljuanawas
-----.J was using the state auditor general New Clothes
Buy Spring
conducted by auctioneer Bud- given permission to searchcar I
not to override local
dy Clark. and came up with less I
; \ assessments for local tax-
MICH. than five grams of marijuana but to deter- t Make Rejtairs On Car Or Home
I "All across the two counties stuffed under the carpet of Ing purposes I
worked together and the mine true assessments for
the car. state education funding : TOWN FINANCE CO.
PEAT cattlemen themselves did a Less than five grams of purposes
MANURE he said. 1
lot of workeverybody marijuana is a misdemeanor 226 N. TEMPLE AVE.
( Sterlixed We.d Fr.. Just pitched in toward the and Cunneen is out on $401 The high court said it realized t
c show and sale and everythingwent bond and will appear in county differences in propertytax 964-7449
St.rll&.d W..d Fr.. Bacterially Active well" says Taylor. court. assessment levels among t

counties In state could education create inequities fund-- t It's Easy To Borrow And Easy To Repay The Town Finance Way.

Burned Ing. But the court said the '
Man 42Horace
( 1.67 1.47 remedy is for the state to t Loans Up To $600
peared to have been burning take tending counties into
Let Us Van With Your
Jewell, 42-year-old about an hour when the truck Circuit Court for a judicial t Help
40 I" Bag 50 Ib. Bag carpenter and .Korean War arrived at the scene. Green ruling in specific individual t Income Tax Return
y veteran was b rned to death said that Jewell's body was cases. 1
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early Saturdi morning in a In a bed In which he "If a tax assessor falls to --
fire that destroyed a home on was sleeping In the living -- - - - --- -------- y
Ellington Road northeast of room of the home. An oil
LB. 1.19 Starke belonging to his wife, heater was in the room which
.' Ill, ",'"1'1"i.4 the former Rosemary Strick- could possibly have been the SAWYER SLA DE GAS PRESENTS A
50 I 13. 54.95 cause of the fire, the chief

land.Harry Green, chief of the said.Green
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seed said he knew the fire
100 I M. 99.00_ the County call Fire was Dpartment received ,at said 4:12 had been burning at least an FANTASTIC
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before
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Leslie Carlton Shows $550 In Cash Is Won In Beef Cattle Judging I IOver I I


In cash prizes Rodney Grlffls showed the merit, Zack Edwards had the Butler FFA Jr. Chapter, Archer. White ribbon winners'were
$550 were given grand champion Brahma Bullat grand champion and Randy Challe Castlen,Tommy Craw- Albert Batten, Hobart
and trophies night during the show while David Joyner the reserve champion. ford, Zed Hamilton.Red Lee, Bruce Trtmm Daniel
.Best Poultry Exhibit away Wednesday Livestock Judging Baldree showed the reserve Other blue ribbon winners ribbon winners are Riddick and Dale Taylor.
Beef Cattle blue ribbons. 11 red. grand champion female. in all classes are listed: Douglas Cribbs, Robert Lee, First place winner of the
when 25 white ribbons were In the male Angus depart- Mark Joyner,Charlie Castlen, Tommy Meng, Roger Bennett, Ranch Ready award was Jim-
Gene Joyner, Charles Sterling and five Victor Grittls, Ronnie Nettles, Billy Stone Nancy Bennett, my Gladwell and second place
Leslie Carlton freshmanat Top money winner in the and Mike Dobbs. awarded. Charles Ferguson, Allen A- Gary Melvin Mike Blelllng. was Willie Hamilton. First
Bradford High and in poultry show was Victor Grlffls kridge, Mike Noway, Mike Andy Baldree Bradford ETA, place is worth $25 and second
the Junior FFAChaptor, show- with a total of $9.75for RABBITSSeventeen Gasklns, Mike Emery, Lake Sr. Chapter and Harold $15.
ed the top poultry exhibit nine blue and one red ribbons. entries made Six Charged
up
at the 23rd annual Bradford Prize: monies totaled $91.75 I
rabbit show for
Fair and show and$14.50In the total
County; Strawberry In the poultry
fewest and
Festival last week. the rabbit show. the 73 fair the
poorest quality; rabbits since i
Winning among 113 colorful Blue ribbon winners In that portion of the show With Gambling
poultry exhibits for young the 1973 poultry show are: began, the Judge stated. ,
Carlton was a pair of Leslie Carlton, Victor Grif- Showing blue ribbon animals
Rhode Island Reds, a cock fis, Leon Grlffls,Bug Harden- were Charles Starling with arrested moreland were released from
and a hen. Judge Lester brook, Mike Aston, David three blue ribbons and one Six men were witha the Alachua Jail April 6
Couch, poultry specialist with Orleman, Archie RosierJon red Archie Rosier with two April 5 In connection Bobby'sHideaway after paying $50 cash bonds.
the University; of Florida Brown Becky; Harper, Sandy blue ribbons and Andy Harvey gambling raid on County Hohn was released on his
Service said he blue ribbon. Red In Alachua ;
Extension Harper Dave Harper, with one recognizance.State .
Rhode Island Reds entries were by Paula north of Waldo conducted Sedan
picked the Hutch- ribbon Atty. Gene Whitworth Custom 4-Door
Connie Reed Becky
Newport
because of that breed's more Ins. Charles Sterling, Becky Anderson, Cindy Bunnell, by Alachua County's com- said the four men and Bobby
Charles Star- bined drug and vice unit.
practical qua Idea. Donna Carter, Bryan were gambling on a
Grlffls, Elaine Griffis. ling, Mike Scott, and Archie Bobby L. Bryan, ownerof table In the lounge and "
pool ??
Theory is that fancy Rosier.Fortner. the lounge, was charged Bryan was gambling witha OKAY, SO YOU WANT TO GO FIRST CLASS ;
chickens are nice to'look' Red ribbon winners were: with gambling and allowing '
at but that the Rhode Island John Brown, Jackie Marr, gambling on the premisesand beverage agent working
Andrews Becky Grlf Named with the combined unit. OR ,. .
Reds serve a better purposeon Roblyn his son, Robert Steve available
fis Leon Grlffls, Victor Grlffls with Six agents, with
a farm, according to Bryan, was charged
Bradford High vocational- Cheri Shuford Randy Head Of Fin. two counts of resisting Alachua sheriff's deputies PREFER
with 10:45 and YOU ;
agriculture Instructor Paul Thomas, Dennis Bennett Archie Slate Prison: arrest and one count of began arrests Whitworth WOULD
April 5,
Hutchins who was In chargeof Rosier, Mike Cole Marcus aggravated assault after he 11 P.m. the
setting up the poultry Cruce, David Harper, fought with members of said, and Bryan closed Else To Choose' From
exhibit."I Becky Harper, and Mike Sidney Former formerly of the unit. lounge.Steve Bryan, however, Something :
thought It was the best Futch. Lake Butler, and an employeeof Bobby Bryan was released Interfering with the t r
poultry exhibit we've had" the Florida Division of Corrections from the Alachua County; began When agent placedthe
Ilutchlns states pointing out White ribbon winners were: since 1961, has been Jail April 6 on his own agents. on Bryan under
had been Jackie Marr, Bug Harden- Steve Bryan younger
that new coops appointed Superintendent of recognizance and hit the agentIn
built and all were filled. brook, Gary Bakken, Paula the Florida State Prison former left the Jail after his father arrest the face Bryan four times, knock- CHRYSLER
There were also more entries Anderson Eugene Anderson, East Unit In Bradford paid a $1,000 cash bond. him to the floor. STARKE
than In previous years. Rickey Gunter, Mike Futch, County; ) and assumed his duties Also arrested In the raid Ing Bryan then turned and fought
there Monday. were Alan Hohn, 23; Edward steppingIn J
another agent
with
North.
U.S. 301
Norman Berries Fortner succeeds Raymond Westmoreland 26, and Ro- to help the first,WhItworth "
Massey whose new ass- bert C. Wright 23, all of Stork, Fla. Ph
I ignment Is Superintendent of omn3yNew- said.According to Whitworth, 9646600Offers '
Union Correctional Institution man, 22, of Starke. the first agent's nose was j
Win Top PrizeA (former Ralford prison), who Newman, Wright and West- broken PymoutfiDuster
likewise started In his new A Lot Full

Norman's Farm ribbons in the class while position Monday. Massey succeeds .....,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.:.,.:.:.:-:-:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:..:-.:-.:..:.:..::::.:.:::::;<:::::::::.:::.::.::.:::.:.:::::.::..:.KwBIH't .:.. : ::::::::,:.:.:::::::::::::!o :' Of Fine Automobiles !

Sandra strawberries flat Norman of entered earned by Mrs.the Mrs.Grlffls J. S.both Eunice were and awardedone Lloyd Lawrence reassigned former to Dugger superintendent the Central who was Office :I:i.T.T.: C.II...., ft 1,rl" >awvltty ::1: cr

outstanding exhibit blue ribbon each for their Division of Corr- Fla. 1: / n
most Blue ribbons were of the 321 N. Temple Ave. ph. 964-8346-8361 Stork ValiantScampBarracudaSatelliteRoad
award In Class 2, of AgrI- exhibits. ections In Tallahasse. wherehe :
culture products at the Brad- worth $3 each. Is employed as Chief of I Special : Rimncr/Fury/Station \Va ()ns/Chr'Yslcr .,
ford County; Fair, the class Bureau of Institutions. :: Jahnaon 123 A'. All 23 C.B. Radio Special Fries With Purcha..Of ;1:
In Class 2 of poultry, the : \
124.95 tiO Di.counted :
Including vegetables and Fortner Is a graduate of UnIon } Anten.8.11 Mount b Spring
exhibit, Gentilman'eFarm :
egg County High School and Many Many Other Item Available. :
fruits.
cash The award strawberries for Mrs. won Norman.Six a $5. standing took award the prize most and out-two began the University his; career; of Florida.as Classifications He-. "J Pearce Slmspon, Pace, Courier & Robyn j' Come In And Let Frank Jarvis Or Tom Collins

blue ribbons were also blue ribbons. David Orlemanand Officer at the old :: All Material Brands :

given In that class. two Eddie blue Hazen ribbons both and had two Reception Center,then locatedat 'f April 12.19 Only ; Show You Their Fine Selection
John Woodley and David red ribbons. the Ralford prison, and ::{ "Horn of the Magnetic Signs" :

Eunice each won two blue transferred Institution to Glades, Belle Correctional Glade .h..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:,;.:,;,:KW; : ::,:,:,::::;,:,;,:,!!!!!!!!.:-:,.:,:,:.:::::;:::...:::::;:;::::;::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.::r:.$}?;:':. I.J I- 4

In.1965, as Classification Su-
pervisor later becoming Personnel )

SEE US FOR Manager.
His last assignment was at '

;;3ei4j1i1? the Institution Apalachee at Sneads.Correctional In West

Florida where he remaineduntil a $ I ee
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his recent promotion. I.
ALL KINDS. INCLUDING Fortner Is married to the \

Red Snapper Catfish. oHops former Ann Roberts,daughterof a aI
and the I
Clarence Roberts I I /
Grouper Oysters Frog legs late Gertrude Wynn Roberts,
of Lake Butler. He Is the
Rounder e Lobsters
e y ve crab
son of Mrs. Ida Fortner and
Swamp Cabbage the late George Former.
The Formers have three
children: Glreejr! .senior at
the University; of Florida;Michael 1.
a high school soph- RIC i iN
omore; and Christopher a second -
grader In Lake Butler ,
elementary school. Ills fam-
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April /uillull BROOKER IN BRIEFBy
LAWTEYBy
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1.23 Inches
. ./. '
LINDA G. coy
Elliobeth T.rry In First WeekBradford

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County receivedan

chard on Sunday.Mr. ,. average of 4.23 Inches of 4 It
CHURCH SCHEDULESAND and Mm.. Dann rain during the first week of
ACTIVITIES Jackson of Starke were .. April, just .4 of an Inch shortof
Methodist
Grace United 9:45 dinner guests of their parents the 50 year average for the .

ChurchSunday School Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling. entire month of April. ... "... .; :: "
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Worship Yri Monday Randall Reddish, of Ralford. Wettest day of the week .
7 1-iifel-'t- .
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I
Snd 7 p.m. was a Monday overnight guestof :- was April 3 when New River ,.,."!..JI, .
Practice -
p.m. followed by Choir his grandparents Mr. and fire tower recorded three inches c+. sL

,. of Mrs. Les McClellan. ; Louis 11111 (Highland), \
United Methodist Women Mr. and Mrs. J. F, Robertson sal 3.8; and Santa Fe, 1.70.
their regular
the church held spent the weekend with The county's rainfall so far r ;
] meeting Tuesday morn- their niece Mrs. Lynn Law this year is running about
Ing. The ladles made their and their sister, Mrs. Dan five inches above the 50 year "
pledges for Missions. Mrs for the l 4 L./ -Cjit\
McCuIlough of Vero Beach. average same per- \
Vernon Olin conducted a ser- ;; '
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Mrs. Hilda Woodard and iod.Three ,":I' vice for World Day of Prayer and Mr. woods fires were reported -
children of Largo,
weekend of A-
and Self Denial. Twelve and during the past week, Congratulations to David spending the
and Mrs. Tommy Clayton
sisters
members were present. son of Jacksonville, were with 81 acres burned. The Fussell and Genene Dorminey pril 1 with her two and Mrs.,
Mrs. Bill Thigpen
Sunday dinner guests of their largest fire burning 75 a- for their outstanding accomplishments
Highland Baptist Church- mother, Mrs. C. R. Crews and cres, was due to a broken In the Brooker Viola Windham In Apopka.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.l6or- Glonann. power line. Elementary School Spell- Mrs. Ethel Russ, along with
ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Ing Contest conducted on Mrs. Joyce Stokes and daugh-

p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday --Dale GrifOs of Thialand 1 n n.T".'.. .. ... ..........." .... .. .. .... March 30. ter-in-law Barbara Castlen,
7:30 p.m. followed by is spending his furlough with As a result of their fine and Mrs. lileen Lewis and
Choir Practice. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. CARD OF THANKS performance here, David and daughter, Debbie enjoyed;
Paul Grlffls. The family of Mrs Minnie Genene will be presented an "Holiday on Ice" at the Jacksonville -
NEW ARRIVALS Larry Sandy, of Bridgeport, 1 Crenshaw acknowledges with award at the May 15 meet- Coliseum recently.
Mr, and Mrs. Donnie Wise W. Va., returned to his home '. grateful appreciation the kind ing of the Brooker Elemen-
are the proud parents of a MonJav. after spending some expressions of sympathy giv- tary PTA. In addition, on A- SPELLING: BEE (PIC)
son. Kevin Ralph, born April time with his uncle and aunt, en us in the loss of our dear pril 12, both will go to Brad- ]HAPPY[ BIRTHDAYS! :
3, in Purial Medical Center Mr. and Mrs. O, )Nlcula and mother and grandmother. We ford Middle School to attend March 1, Doug and Jon
Orange Park. The grandparents family. deeply thank our many friends the Bradford County Spelling Green; March 6, Grace Big-
are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Britt Rosier, of Green Cove for the food and flowers. Bee. David will represent ham; March 5, Brenda Wil-
Austin and Mr. and Mrs. Springs, spent Friday after- ... Thelma Dyal and Irene Rat- Brooker Elementary in the lingham; March 11, lIowardl1ouR'lal
with his in-laws, Mr. it'" .: March 18. Mildred
Kalijh; Wise. noon Ilff daughters. contest, while Genene ob- $:

Mr. and Mrs Paul )Norman and Mrs. Les McClellan. and ;,. :,* .... .. ,.. .. .. .. ..". ".. .. "... ,.. serves. ]Ilarrell; Ron Bristol.March March 25
ofa
announce the arrival Mrs. S. L. Swindell, David is In the 5th grade 13; Kathy Bristol, ;
son, David Albert, on Ap- Mrs. C. A. North, of Jack- CEMETERY WORKINGAT : and Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.A. Roy Green, March 24; Dolly
ril 4, in Itirial Medical Cen- sonville, attended the funeralof ., David Fussell of Brooker. ]Harrell, March 30; Janice
ter, Orange Park. Grandparents their cousin, Lynn Law of Genene Is also a 5th grader Pierce also had a March
are Mr. and Mrs Ab Vero Beach, on Wednesday.Mrs. BEULAII BAPTIST and is the daughter of Mr. Birthday.
Norman and Mrs. Purvis ri; There will be a workingof and Mrs J. W. Dormineyof
Brown Ola Starling attended ". the Beulah Baptist Church Graham. S\MPATHY!
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services Sunday at Laura BaP- ,:.\. ';;r a4 "Old Cemetery" Saturday, A- Our heart-felt sympathy,
PERSONALS:: tist Church where her son, '" pril 21. Turkey Trot Road BROOKCR: BAPTIST love and prayers are extended -
Mrs. P.L. Dinkins was a James brought the messages gate on Highway 21, just northof REVIVAL UNDERWAY: to the family of Casey Atkinson -

Sunday overnight guest of her while Pastor Lester Austin First year masonary student Leon Odom check the fireplace he has built Black Creek bridge, will Revival Services are being who passed away Sat.,
son-in-law daughter, Mrs. was away at Bible Conference.Mrs. be open from 7:45: to 8:45: a. held at the Brooker Baptist April 7.Prayer.
and Mrs Horace Cox, of Cletus Cleffman and while attending school. m. Gate will close at 8:45.: : Church each night this week List for the sick:
Her and daught- of Lexington, Ind., about five of brick build that will Mrs. Hen-
Waldo. son daughter "Only percent -loy.rs can a fireplace Zuleen Ilarrell,
er-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Paul spent Saturday with Mr. and "draw" properly" says Ernest B. Jones Masonary Instructor at the Bradford. .. .." ", .. .. ,. ,., ., ".. ... .. .. ,.. through I 6; p.m Sat. at there 7:30.: will Sat.nightat be a ry's mother, Annie Jernigan,
Dinkins and David, brought her Mrs. Paul Lock and family. Union Area Vocational Technical Center. covered dish supper at the Morris Dyal, Tom Rimes, Eu-
home Monday afternoon and Mr and Mrs. Les McClellan Church. Fried chicken will Morris Dyal, Tom Rimes
visited their parents, :'olr, and visited their nephew, Ray Rosier Eunice Parrish, Ellen Stal-
Mrs. Carl Carter.Mr. < and Mrs. Floy Bennettin :::1:;::::;1 111::111; 1;i11; 1 111J111m1:1ml:1:1:1; :;;:: :: ::::l:1::! * That's Will the the Jaunty survive7 be provided. Everyone by the Is cordially brotherhood naker.
and :Mrs. Earl Denmarkand Bradford County Hospital Old Doc inserts a fine-print question/ tm cvrni-/
Not only are the Indians body's /lIPS, but invited to attend each service -
we ilon't know
family, of Roswell, Ga., Sunday afternoon. phrase in the /framed documents -
in Westerns whether and the covered-dish
were guests of their brother- :Miss Debbie Napier, of OBITUARIES misrepresented hanging on his, office/ they are In/fcmr// / built sup- ADDING MACHINE ROLLS
in-law and sister, Mrs. and Forest Lake Academy, Orlando but the cowboys come throunhas / walls: "Reading this diploma surviving the ncrl century/ or per.
Folders line office
lot. About the File complete
a next
crummy merely monthbills./ ,
Shuford and family weekend with her basic in
Mrs, and George other relatives from- grandparents, spent the, Mr. and Mrs. .ili::1:l:W1:1t1W:: : ; H1; :lj111l1 j l1:lm11rj; j 11 1 only the dance hearts hall of gold girls.are among may security aggravate your n PERSONALS:Mrs Ethel Russ enjoyed Phone supplies.964-6305.-The Telegraph

Wednesday to Saturday B. Wllklson, Sr.
Wesley Thomas of Starke, Mrs. Linnie Gilchrist, of Doris P. Wynn
spent the weekendvith his Brunswick Ga., returned to .
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. her home Monday after spen-
H.H.!, Brice ding several days with her Doris PrevattWynn, 47, died
Mr. and Mrs\ Sidney Harbin sister, Mrs. Ernest Wells.A Sunday April 8, in a Gaines- SUPER SAVINGS
and daughter, Donna; :Mrs. number of friends and ville hospital after an Illness I 1
Gaynell Moddy, and Mr. and relatives gathered at the of several days. She was born CARPS
:Mrs. Kenneth Barfleld spent home of John Starling for a In Starke on July 7, 1925. and
Saturday fishing at Ponte Ve- family dinner on Sunday, the was a member of the First

dra Beach occasion being his 84th birth- Christian Church.
Mr and :Mrs. Fate Redd, day anniversary. Surviving are her husband EASTER SALE !I
of Macon Ga., spent the week- Mr. and Mrs C. A.North and Wlllard Wynn; three daugh-
end with their mother, Mrs. family, of Jacksonville, were ters, Mrs. Gwendolyn Ak- SAT!1
0, J. Phillips. Other guests dinner guests of their brother- ridge Mrs. Diane lodge and SALE ENDS
were Leslie Phillips and sons in-law and sister, Mr. and Miss Sheila Wynn, all iN ,
HURRY SHOP EARLY AND SAVE ON THESE FANTASTIC VALUES!
of Waldo. Earl Phillips went Mrs. S. L. Swindell and fam- of Starke; two sons, Wayne
home with his aunt and uncle ily, Saturday evening. They Wynn Starke and Travis
and will attend school there. were overnight guests of their Wynn, Copeland, Fla.; two Soft Sheer ,ff'i! '
Nylon
:Mrs. G.W. Anders and son, mother, Mrs. Edith Swinney. brothers, Emory Prevatt of t
:Michael, came home from St.Vincent's Starke, and Claude Prevatt, ''- Panty HoseMen's {

Hospital, Jacksonville Mrs. "Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Key West; three sisters, Mrs. '
last Thursday. Michaelwas Daisy Boch and Lynn, were Marks Bitch, Mrs.Mabel Pad- R.g. 484 Ladies S.
a patient there for sev- dinner guests of Mrs. Wilkin gett, and Mrs. Eva Rock, all Nude HM \ i

eral days. son's sons-in-law and daughters of Starke. \ Leg a..s df.d. 6
heldat Flare Polyester
Jackson-
Burney Dobbs, of :Mr. and Mrs. Malnes Funeral services were
ville, spent Saturday with his and Mr. 11 a.m. Tuesday In the Elastic waist
Griffis and family
and
parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. Arlie and Mrs, Virgil Griffls and First Christian Church withJ. Double\ KnitSlacks\ + .

Dobbs. family, of Palatka, on Sat- C. Brown, minister, officiating -1- ;mt 4 .:t Dresses ty .
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:Miss Arthurine Blanchard Interment was In Pre-
urday.
visited her sister, Miss Enza vatt Cemetery under direct-
Blanchard, in Baker County ion of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Nursing home at Macclenny, Mr. and :Mrs Fred Moore Home

on Wednesday of last week. were Sunday son-in-law dinner guests, and of $9-99 Queen Size I Wash 'n Wear
Donna and Art Green are their Reg. 777
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Mrs. Tom Horace JcucllHorace ExtralangthExtr.wdlh
spending their school spring daughter, Mr. and
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vacation with their grandmother V, ,
Mrs. Ernest Wells Another son-in-law and Jewell, 42,of Starke, Suntan Btigv Taup ; ,
and Mrs, Joe Dorke. daughter Mr. and Mrs Seeb was fatally burned Saturday $2.22 Clare leg 799 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Malnes Gri- Andrews and family; of Wild- morning when his home was .Fashionable
ffis and fajHTly, and :Mr. and wood, joined them for the day destroyed by fire on Ellington -.V: .M a'h. wash and dry
:Mrs. VlrpFGriffls and family Mrs. Truby Wainwright Road. Born in Axion County >j 1 -\ _Sizes 29-2 '- a SALE! 1)1: ; ;
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with her
I of PaSrtJsa: were dinner spent a few days Ga. on August 9, 1930 i .
guests of their mother, Mrs. cousin, Mrs. Loca Whitten, he was a carpenter and a MEN'S.A a _
"Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy of Lke Butler, last week. Korean War veteran. -
Boch, and Lynn Mr. and Mrs, Kay Stephenson week-- Surviving Is his wife Rose ul \ Short Sleeve\ .. fabric Easy' tare wash 'n wear
:Miss Jane White, of of Macclenny were Mary Jewell, of Starke; three a .1
Jacksonville, was a dinner end guests of their grand- daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Good- Dress Shirt -- -Color fade fast material' ,
won'a.
guest of :Miss ArthurineBlan- mother. :Mrs Bryant Reddish. man, Palatka; Mrs. Ethel \\j EASTER HANDBAGS
\
Goodman, Macclenny; and 2 _G.nun.nyl ROI9.S399, Coot, sleeveless
- - -- -- I .Perm Press styles,
{ i $3 tot" .
Paris Starke two
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i r nJf.t..st II stepsons, James Stricklandand [ .LongTa.ls. I f OR _Solidtcalort&combinmiont sizes J 10 1 r ,nts and styles
I George Strickland, both 4L .Sizes 14'/z./ 333
I (;fukrrurt' Sale of Starke; and one brother 17 -ChooM many from '
I Elbert L. Jewell, Providence

EVERBush I II Funeral services were held e
at 4 p.m. Monday In Jones _._
II I Memorial Chapel with Elder Sport or Dress EASTER SHOE I SALE
I Gulf Wilford Jordan conducting. Interment -
was In Kingsley Lake Short Sleeve s Girl's Nylon
I 301 Starke, Fla. : Cemetery with DeWitt C.

I ...... 1 1I Jones charge. Funeral Homes In Boys Shirts Men's Dress Shoes Short Set

.. Reg.$2.50F
Regular I 51,99 each Newest $6.99
"' II II I Effie Johns : color combos Reg. _--
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O-i/i/ y\SAVE $2

: Mrs. Effie Carter Johns, 88, 3 0 Higher 629 1) 50C
of Starke died Tuesday, April N heels and
3, after an extended illness. R broad lasts Choose from
She was born In Clay Countyon Sizes 7.12 straps or ties

July 6, 1884, the daughterof Perm.. Press \ -FashionableBag
the late George W. and Boy's 4.49 colors
I ,I II Jane -Austin Carter. She wasa Taperedandtails r l Youths 3.59 Sizes 812.3Boy's '
I member of the First Christ- Sizes 8.18 1; r H ,, Junior Boy's 3.14
Ian Church. I j
Funeral services were held ar

a1' I II at 2 p.m. Friday In Jones Memorial I Perm. Press"Flare a } S
I t Girl's. I
Chapel with J. C. Women's Dress Shoes ,
Brown minister, and Rev.

I I II Jimmy Interment Parrish was In officiating.Crosby Slacks Ube _Choose fromdressy R< .$499 o Knit Tops

I II Lake Cemetery under direction Reg. $4.99 4 or pumps 49 j
I Lit Tim Stolnl *.. Steal Emperor Steel| Hollow of Jones Funeral Home or the new 4 Reg.S2 '
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I '1'ahh'wear Ground Cutlery nephews Survivors and Include nieces several and a $4 ,, or .;Neyr ; 166 .: ." t ; :
Black. -
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daughter-in-law Mrs. Free- rr,9 I
I Was 59.95 Was $59.95Now man Johns, of Starke. $ h Misses Dress Shoes stripe Choose from sol id or


Now "Some: minds are like con _Mach.. wash and dry } -Same shoe Top with pull on
Sizes 8-1 IB Reg. 8-16 Slim above in 59 shortfashionright
as
crete-all mixed up and permanently 3
$24.95 $24.95 set.-Duane C. r 100% nylon !

I firiggs. New London (Iowa) colors _Sizes 4.14 I
I Extra Heavy -Sizes 5.10
Journal. !
HONOR CRAFT! i
"If you think you have Influence .
Cooku'eurWas
Waterless Aluminum

i 79.95 Now $29.95 I Matson.The else's dOll, try around.ordering Kiester"-someone(Lois Minn.\\'). QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES charge .it

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nam.d 1973 queen of th* Bradford County Fair and Straw. e. By
b.rry Festival In Competition Saturday night. Sh. I. the Toni Whltt, 18, I.ft, was first runn.r-up, and Miss
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen Brown, Sponsored Rachel Williams, 17, was second runner-up. R.P. McLendonQueen .

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offers you a little reverse economy: when the "Car of the Year."Ford. ",,,
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ne Laws, Jacksonville, tournament for Laws who shot Terry Galnes, Starke Jima stone, 8285167; (6) Richard ville, 8687173..
BHS Lifters shoe .t four-under-par 140 In four under par 68 the first Ackerly, Gainesville161; ((6)) Roberts, Starke, 8386169; Third night, beginning of
. Only two days of playing to win the day and an even par 72 on TieRay Stephans, Gainesthe ('1)) Grover Ford, Jackson- handicaps: 0) Warney Ad-
championship trophy of the last day.McDilda vine Bob Schmitt, Palatka, kinson, 7076146; ((2))George
Seventh Annual Strawberry Invitational Gainesville, placboth with totals] of 161. Roberts, Starke 7274146;
] Golf Tournament at ed second In the champion- Ceramic; Class (3) Jim Wlldt, Keystone, 81-
the Starke Golf and Country ship flight after shooting a Second flight: (1)) Dick Mc- 69150; (4)) Harry Gruen,
Club Saturday and Sunday. 67 the first day and 74 the Leod, Palatka 7877155; (2)) Starke, 7476150..
To Place In StateOnly Bill Colclasure To Public/
tour- second for a total] of 141. Melbourne, Open Adkinson and Roberts were :
Laws the tight
won
7684160; (3) Bob McRae, tied for first place and Ad-
nament on a two foot putt on Laws carded six birdies, Starke, 79-83 160; ((4) Dr. The Recreation Departmont's kinson parred on the first
the last hole that saved hima two bogies, and red 28 II. H. Adams
par Starke 84-79
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Ceramic Is hole of
sudden death
added Program a matchto
two Bradford High for the
together final Chuck Norton was only
off with
death play
holes
sudden for his weekend of play.163 (5) Col. Beldler
weight-litters placed at the total. 30 pounds from first placeIn Phil McDilda. who had just McDilda hit nine birdies,eightbogles ; Key- having a good year as Die beat Roberts. The tie for
State weight contestin program Is open to Bradford third place was decided bya
lifting class but
the 181 pound ,
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made 20 foot putt.A and one eagle, and
a par
residents and is held match of cards with Wlldt
Deland County
Saturday out of
still did not place with his
In KH Golfers I
the rest to fall] second
the six that went to represent Girls Softball total of 670 pounds. total of 140 strokes for pars each Monday and Tuesday coming out on top.
place. The eagle came on
BHS. the 36 holes, 18 on Saturdayand nights, 7:00: 10:00: p.m. A field of 114 entered the
Brad Carter, lifted a total 18 on Sunday, won the 515 yard long hole four dur- One morning session Is
Kevin Meng, in the 123 End Winning tournament, 38 members of
ing the first day.
pound class placed sixth witha Underway of 625 pounds in the 165 held each Wednesday morning, the Starke Club.
total of 460 pounds, the pound class, not placing. Bill Adams of Starke took 9:00: 12:00.: The only fee Warney Adkinson was the
best he has done this year. The Girls Softball Programis Carter was 75 pounds off third place [in the champion- 1973 Season cost is for materials that tournament chairman.
Stuart Strickland also] placed back underway after being his best lift of the year. MachineRallies ship flight with a total of 142. a person uses.
washed out last week with In the The total came from a 70 Keystone High's golf teamon The program Is held in First placers In each flight
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sixth in the 132 pound class, Ronnie Hall, also
ended their season Friday received a set of Irons, second -
about 25 ]
girls already regis- wasn't Saturday and a par 72 the Old Armory across from
totaling his highest of the 165 pound class, at
year at 555 pounds. Mike tered to play. The girls are his peak lifting a total] of Sunday. He had a total of six (April 6) by carding an the High School. Mrs. Llllie placers a set of woods,
Crews was pushing StricklandIn holding practice sessions each 595, under his best of the birdies, four bogies, and the 18-hole team score of 348 Ann Johns is the supervisorof and third placers received
In district tournament play golf bags for their prizes.
and Fri-
seventh place,which doesn'tcount Monday, Wednesday, year.In rest pars. the program.
with a total of 545 day afternoons. the heavy weights Donnie To WinTourney Dale Lester, Melbourne, at The Apopka.
pounds. Registration is still open Neel for the first time during finished In the fourth spot four-player average
and be at the of 87 didn't qualify the Indians -
may picked up the season lifted over 600 after shooting a 70 then a
The totals are tallied from Pratt Street Center. Super- pounds, tallying 610 pounds 75 for the total of 145, from for the state tournamentseven Are and your
three lifts; the press, bench vising and coaching the girls but not taking a place. birdies eight bogies, this week but it did close you
press, and the clean and jerk. are Mrs. Gerry WalladeMrs. and the remainder pars. a fine season for Coach
to
The best of three of each are Diane McNeal and Mrs. Ann "The main reason we didn't PalatlcaStefan Brokas' golfers. The family going
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Ronnie Tumline of
Samons. win state was because I finished with
made Norton, Carter, and Green Machine hosted and and Steve Scrafford Gainesville wins, Including five eight suffer again this
Strickland lose weight to won the Fourth Annual Starke tied for fifth place bothrow In against only four los- 4-
lift In a lower class. 1 Pre-season Invitational Tour- the championship flight, se 5. summer ?
Musfa didn't think this would hurt nament after coming out of with totals of 146. Clyde Ter- Junior Bobby. Hajes finish
their totals, but It did," the losers bracket and beat- wlllegar took seventh place ed 84 to lead- his teammates
Jlng says Weight Lifting Coach Ing the Satellite Beach Longhorns with a total] of 148 strokes In the tourney. AllaroundIt

Butch Redding. twice, the first time 21- went like this In the first athlete Larry Turknett follow
MOBILE HO lESmrfc "All of our people did an 7 and the second 10-7 to take flight with each day's results ed closely with an 85. Sopho-
outstanding Job this year, the honor. and total listed: Q) John Jamore Bret Cole and senior
1650 N. Temple Ave. 964-7212 they worked harder than they A total of 48 home runs were mison, PalatKa, 78-79-157(2);( ) Jack Johnson rounded out find out how
have in the and Renny Bryner, Lake City, 78tl1e Indian's four-player team
past some hit by the Green Machine fora
Starke, Fla. Open 971.6 Sun. of them have a good chanceof tournament record, as the 80-158; (3) Charles Parker, total by posting an 87 and little it costs to air condition

winning state in the next Machine's Danny Hawkins, Cocoa, 82-77-159; ((4) Tie92, respectively. your entire house with Chrysler Airtemp.
couple of years in their who hit 13 homeruns was a-
This It A Partial I Inventory Of What Mustang Hal To class," says Redding. warded the homerun trophy. You'll be surprised at the low cost!
You G It We Mow It
.,. These Ar. All New Horn. & Carry Mustang'sOn Four lifters Redding thinks "We showed the people today row

Year Service Warranty. will be good lifters in the (Sunday) that we could LAWN MOWING .........-........ CHRYSLfnrJj ,.. ...
next few years are Mike come back and win the big /remp ... "

1 1. 1973 Altair 12 x 65 3 BR Strickland Crews, Kevin, and David Meng,Harper.Stuart games field manager," says of sponsor the Machine and, SERVICEEdging ; 322 Stark.Brownlee Fla.

Ui! Bath $5795.00 "They have the best tech- Jack Hazen. CALL US NOW 964.8363
nique of any of our lifters," During the seven game tour And Shrubbery Trimming
2. 1973 Granville -12 x 60 comments Redding. nament for the Machine, lead-

2 BR $4995.00 "Ronnie Hall] ,Chuck Norton, Ing batters were Danny Haw- ContactSTEVE STARKE APPLIANCE
kins, Richard Mummow, and
3. 1973_. AIU 12 x 51 2 BR have and Donnie a good Neel; season should next all Kenneth Carlton. Hawkins bit THOMASPhone Wh.r. Fair Prices and Quality

$3995.00 according to Redding.All 20 of 31 for 19 runs includ- Work Is Our Pride.
,
year of the lifters have put ing 13 homers and 23 RBIs for 964-7415, 8 A.M. 5:30: P.M. Professional Repairman Employed
4. 1973 Bronzewood 12 43 Richard Mum-
x a .645 average. ---
in a lot of hours.
2 BR $3695.00All mow, hitting the same as
Coach Redding was tryingto Hawkins except only 11 home '
plan a meet with Ocala runs had 19 RBIs for the .645
Vanguard Wednesday resultsIf average, and Carlton hit 16 No Service Fees on Deposits
Homes Com Completely Furnished With Decorations. the match 'occurs, will' of 28 for 13 runs, nine home
be in the next issue or the runs, and 12 RBIs for the

Come By & SeeThese & Others AtMustang Telegraph. .571 average for the week-
1 h a woodpecker( picking on
an Iron pole a sign of an Par end.The final standing of the at
Mobile Homes )ly spring or a dumb woodpecker tournament by win-loss records -
? was Green Machine In
first place at 6-1, the Long-
horns In second at 3-2, then Federal.
Allis-Chalmers. Guaranty
.. Dub's Athletic Center of on
Gainesville In third with a

Because with your lawn 5-2 The tournament machine's record.victories are I


looks are everything 15-6 teen listed,; :Fla Hawes Clark 11-21Hoke and ChryslerPlvmouth :: Hut of Sound Or--, the Contrary We Pay You! :

M .- of Tampa 31-16;
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"; ). i \ .. Longhorns 21-7 and 10-7. The
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1,. ,/' .... t. ,' ,..... -< horns when Satellite Beach Savers at Guaranty Federal earn from
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( t l l r 4 4IP Merritt Island to defend Its per
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\ ,' ,p Canaveral] Seafood Invitationalthis

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,Watson's Leads PUT YOUR IDLE CASH TO WORK FOR YOU !

]EvH Little LeagueWatson's

Food Store defeated -
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if yrrr dl. Keystone State Bank 5-1 I
9-5 last
and McKay Realty
r 1' s week to grab an early lead Passbook Savings Earn 5% per annum Compounded Daily
'- ll In the race for the Keystone
Little League base-
There s a new 400 series tractor, that s just' right for your Here s unmatched' maneuverability and power ,in a pair ball Heights championship. Certificates earn up to 6% per annum Compounded Quarterly
complete yard care program Mow till grade haul. clear of rugged riding mowers Both Sand 8 rip models fea
snow and more You II be all set with a complete ture low center of gravity' 'for better stability, and handling Guaranty Federal] and Key-
lineup of attachments And accessories Choose Irom 16 comfortable seals to pamper you while you pamper stone Jewelers share second .
and 10 no tractors now available" with a new shuttle your grass fingertip handling -hat 'lets' you edge right place] with 1-0 records. Guaranty -- -
drive that gives, you tie smoothest' easiest speed and up to gardens shrubs and fences mow to within, V of toppled Air Engineers
of direction new features changes you ve ever experienced Plus a host obstacles Just take a look at all I tie out from features 5-2, and Keystone Jewelers

I whipped 6-1. Homestead Restaurant IT PAYS TO SAVE WHERE

,'y Ray's Shell Is the only dou-
ble loser to date with

i; J'f[1 @ losses Keystone to Bank McKay 9-5., 5-1, and THEY PAY YOU TO SAVE! .

t y1..ad Friday's schedule (April 13)
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sets Homestead against
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League standings: Watson ]filUnIlITr A'I
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ALLIS-CHALMERS Keystone Jewelers 1-0; McKay ... .. > SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONThe
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Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation I

& LANDSCAPE CO. about Every the spring baseball we writers.worry You May Also Make Deposits and Withdrawals In Gainesville At Guaranty Federal's Other Officv; ,

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I Letters to the Editor. .. Crisis of leadership think Let's I j IN FORESTRY BRADFORD COUNTY


By Erwin D.Canham

BRADFORD DRUGGED Fellow Christians under ones in the coming bars could LJ 11 By JohnO'Merrr
Florida law we must tolerate be
this drug being sold openlyfor yours. Sincerely, The United States is in a would all breathe a sigh of during the campaign and t

Dear Editor: two years. But friends James R. Countryman 2.U51 people in the countyare crisis of leadership. relief if this/ were the situ- before the voting. Even If

Tuesday. April 3. Bradford there is something we can Pastor thinking only of their own President Nixon unexpectedly ation. they Involved a situation of -

County voters went to the do and must dothat is pray New River Baptist Church selfish desires with no con- went to the country last Take a second alternative, bad Judgment or wrong

polls and legalized the sale for the next two years. Catalans Brooker, Fla. cern at all for the welfare Thursday night through his the one averred apparently doing, the situation could 'WIth the rainy season Just

of the most commonly used 6:7: says "Be not deceived of the county., favorite medium of television by James McCord's charges, have been'cleaned up. Now commencing In Florida

and most abused drug in the ; God is not mocked: I want to thank the Concer- to give anxious Americans and flatly denied by the that task will be much everyone must be wonderingwhat
world. In doing so we also for whatsoever a man sow- WORK JUST BEGUN Citizens Committee for the immediate relief of former attorney general. It harder. we have been going

legalized murder lust rape eth, that shall he also reap." Dear Sirs ned the great efforts made by the a lid on meat prices and the is that John Mitchell, while through the past few months.

of our women adultery destruction : members to keep the devil long-range plea of a defenseof still chief law officer, knewof 'We must know' The records show an aver-
of private property Take a look at the signs It was certainly a shock to all his policies.But the acts age of 17.86 Inches of rain
ft the bars in surrounding wet- from having more power in Illegal that were We have to know, factually
and many other sins. on our me to find out from the The President got in Bradford County during the
not all.
quite
I the Comm- being planned and later
whoever counties advertising top- election that there the county. hope exe and
has been said that dry are credibly, just first four months of every
It less dancers and top- citizens of Bradford ittee will realize that its work said nothing to clarifythe cuted. Mr. Mitchell is one of
named actorsin
named the bar well go-go 2,051 what each of the chief But as of April 10, there
for It will BAR a man from less bar maids. These plus County who are not Christians. has now really just begun. most troubling aspect of the President's closest political the melodrama was doing. year.has been 23.49 Inches. Thisis

his family. It will BAR him the prostitutes are someone'swife 2.051 voted wet and signified his stewardship: the conductof friends and advisers. His Denials of involvement are nearly six Inches above
financial and or daughter. If you voted We will let the wets enjoy the 1972 campaign\ and knowledge could lead to legal -
from success by their votes that they want not enough. They will have to average and April is not yet
it will BAR him from the to have legal sale of this more sorrow sin and suffering their victory for the next especially the Watergate prosecution. It could be be proved. The inside work- over.

Kingdom of (Heaven. drug in Bradford County; the brought to the county two years then another elec- episode. It Is the unexplained very damaging to the Presi- of the Committee for the
will be held and the Christians Ings
tion murkiness of that Incredible dent's prestige and integrity.It March was the main culprit,
Re-election of the President
will vote the county affair that beclouds the sky could be a scandal of the with a rainfall five inches
will have to be explained.The .
dry again.A It like
normal. seems
and will not be clarified until first water. above
citizen we have a chance to evaluateall financial dealings must the same thing is going to
concerned who Nixon's
course be spelled out. ,
etriTcmiALs In AprU.Traditionally..
the facts. Now, as occur
wants the best for Bradford-- ever
Suppose, finally that th > A tremendous demand for
relatively minor Issues become
President himself knew eI- explanation Is building up, the rainy sea-

Dorothy A. Swanbom decisive. ther generally or specificallyof very emphatically on the son starts In May so maybeall

Lawtey, Fla. AlternativesLooking what was being planned.He more conservative wing of we can do is hope for a

too, would be guilty of the Republican Party. "The little more sun.

at the possible acts some of which could be moment of truth," says Sen. The rain has severely hin-

CountyAgents alternative explanations: prosecuted in court. Certainly James L. Buckley, is ap- dered timber harvesting operations
Power Struggle In WashingtonPresident The first alternative Is that the' question of Im- proaching.The In !Northern'; Florida due

the bugging of the Watergateand peachment would arise. fact that President to fewer working days and

the other dirty tricks of Most of us, surely, will Nixon has consistently refused high water. It also decreased -

the 1972 campaign were all wish devoutly that no such to tell the American the number of acceptabledays

Notebook the work of overzealous un- tragedy will ensue. Even people just what was goingon when prescribed burn-

Nixon and the Con- But Congress, though sometimes derlings, without the knowl- President Nixon's critics can has steadily resorted ing could be carried out in

gress are now engaged In a power seeming to grow tired and flabby, BY edge of the President or of scarcely see any benefits In simply to general denials forested areas.

struggle and constitutional confron- is at long last showing signs of renewed the principal managers ot such a disgrace, with Vice- suggests a determined de- With all detriments, heavy -

tation of historic proportions.The vigor, goaded by the arrogant Bobby :l his campaign. It seems, on President Agnew then suc- fense of subordinates. It sug- rains still can be ben-

actions of the President and his the strength of undisputed ceeding to the presidency.For gests that events cannot be eficial. !Normally'; they causea

issue at stake is the basic evidence now on the record, over three and a half fully explained with credit, reduction in forest wildfire
staff. Taylor
of the traditional balance of j .. that individuals employed at years the nation would have and that the storm must be hazard. However In Brad-
one the White House actually have still had
were terribly wounded leadership.What ridden out. ford County we
power between the executive and leg- Five months ago Mr. Nixon was Involved. If the Presi- then, should Americans The use of the valuable plenty of fires. The reason

islative branches of the Govern- re-elected President by one of the The 1973 Bradford County dent, his Immediate staff do? The first thing, and right of executive privilegeto has been high winds and low

ment. great landslides of political history.And sful.Fair was This again is one very event succes-that men, or campaign managers this is not'said' In the usual cover up evidence which humidity After heavy rains

yet, today, he has much less has folks from all areas work- like John Mitchell did not facetious ,sense of political could be of a criminal char vegetation and has fires been have drying been

Goaded by what he considers"a influence over Congress than he had ing together to present ta- know .what was going on, discourse, is to pray. Pray acter is simply not defen- occuring quickly even with standing

mandate of the people" result- during the first four years which lents services and goods that they should have. They are that the situation, which Is sible. water on the ground.

ing from his landslide victory of were built on one of the narrowestof we have in our County to the guilty, at the least, of bad still blurred and confused, The nation needs strong

last November, President Nixon is victories. The general public. The rain before management. But this is a can be handled without destroying and respected leadership for Division of Forestry Dis-
question
political and at the closing of the minor responsibility, and a national leadership.The the next three and three- patchers Jack West and Fred
making unprecedented use of execu- naturally arises-- WHY? Fair failed to dampen the spirit supportable one, In the face facts, whatever they quarters years. It can only Johnson, whose office is located -

tive power as he seeks to reshape Part of the explanation may be of participants or spec- of the other possibilities. WeHOME are, should have come out be sought by frankness. on State Road 100 West "Vf
American government in the remain- tators. informed there to
of Starke me
found in the tone of voice and the
ing years of his second term.In The breeding livestock showon have been 81 wildfires In Brad-
attitude of the young and arrogant Wednesday night was the ;:;:,;,:,;,-;,:,-;,-;,-:,-:,-:,-:,-:,.:,.:,_:,.:,.;.,;,_;,_:,.:..:..;,.:......:......nnn.:.:.:....:.:.:.:..:..:..:.'':'.:.':'.:.':.':'.:.':'.:'n.-----:':':':.:.:.:..:".:...:.,a..:,.:'.:'.:'.:'.:'.n.---:':.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:'>:,..:_.._: ThA Christian. Sc'ante Mentor ford County this year, burn-
political amateurs that Mr. Nixon best ever even though we had ing 646 acres. West stated
pursuing this goal Mr. Nixonis
has chosen to surround himself with fewer exhibits of cattle. Our that one of the larger fires
attempting, in the opinion of Sen- in the White House. They seem to youth have done a better job NOTESFrom Farm liiirean took place two miles East of

ior Senator Sam J. Ervin, to build of fitting grooming and show- Hampton In early April. It Cj
have misinterpreted the "great landslide" Lenders I Seaf'kKil'n ;
Your
Extension
Home
up "the most dangerous concentra- ing than they ever have be- was a 75 acre blaze apparently Jjp

tion of executive power" in American as a carte blanche mandate, fore. Mrs. Betty Edwards ",, Economics Agent ; / To -Work started by a fallen pow-
when in fact it muchof ;
was not so sponsor of the showmanship = erllne.
history a landslide FOR Mr. Nixon, as contest remarked that this f"z- "
contest is really worthwhilenow. BY KATHY BROWN "J Thirty-four fires occuredin
it landslide AGAINST Senator I
was a t E: Florida Farm leaders
Even the President's top domestic ==. were March 23 of which were '5*
McGovern. The voters simply had in Tallahassee Monday and incendiary blazes. It looks 't
adviser, John Ehrlichman, acknowledges All cattlemen who worked on
choice.A Tuesday to discuss legislative like still haven't
no the Bradford-Union Steer some people
that Mr. Nixon exercises
., Show and Sale were extrem- The Bradford County Fair Those of you who did not issues affecting agricultureand : gotten the message about fire
"one-man rule. glaring example of this arrogance ely pleased with the successof has passed for another year, pick up the Items you exhibited to meet with members of prevention.

that has gotten Congress this event. 4-H and FFA and already we are planning at the Fair and/or the Florida House and Senate.

i The President has accomplished exhibitors did their part by for next year. Althoughthe your premium money please Sponsored the Florida ':
by
belatedly riled up was Ronald Zieg- weather wasn't to Pc'clc'sl irian1'aI14tli(11'
this by: presenting high quality steers very cooperative come my office in the Farm Bureau the
Federation
ler, 34, telling Sen. Ervin, 77, to for show and sale. Many, this year it seems Agriculture Building and pickit state's largest agricultural

-Downgrading a majority of his "get his own disorganized house in many businesses civic clubs that everyone had a very up, as soon as possible. organization, the group hosted ( ...
order." organizations. and individuals- enjoyable time at the Fair.
cabinet to "bull session" status by LAWTEY FASHION: SHOW a breakfast Tuesday morningin
contributed to the show and On Iiiorra-r
Experiencing my first Fair honor of the legislators.
establishing a so-called "super cab- sale as buyers sponsors and Members of the Lawtey
Mr. Ziegler is only a I In Bradford County was a
inet" with three members as presi- press donors. The Show and sale delight I enjoyed meetingand Extension Homemakers Club George Muggins, presidentof Pedestrian fatalities during f
aide to the President while Sen. ;
dential counselors, designating to was well attended appreciatedand working with many home- are busy making plans for Bradford's 600-famlly January, February, and March
Ervin is senior senator from the member said
them broad authority over the areas enjoyed. I makers. their Annual Fashion Show organization account for almost all of
of natural human sovereign state of Virginia, in chargeof Even though the steers averaged and Luncheon. I understandthat that rIght-to-work legislationand the 4% Increase In traffic
resources, resources the forthcoming Watergate inves- well over $1.00 per We want to express our many homemakers in environmental measures related deaths Florida has '

and community development. tigationand U. S. Senators justdon't pound I think the significant appreciation to all the home- Bradford County look forward were the main topic of discussion experienced this )ear. I
thing about this event was the makers and youth who enter- each year to this event.It during the two-day .
-Invoking a widespread seriesof like being lectured by White teamwork and cooperation exhibited ed items they had made for will be held on Thursday, meeting. During the first three

freezes directed at House aides half their own age. by folks from Bradford competition and exhibition April 19, at the Agriculture months of 1973 149 persons
programshe and Union Counties and from at the Fair. I'm happyto Building Auditorium.The "We are not as vocal nor died in highway accidentsin
seeks to curb or eliminate in Such the of towns and communities within see how much talent and as radical as our opponentson the state compared to
his second term, without consulting arrogance on part the Counties. The show and skill all of you have. Con- Starke Extension Home- the right-to-work issue 125 last year All but two
Dean, Haldeman, and others of the Club will participatein but hope to have some
members of Congress. sale should not be an end In gratulations to all who won makers we of these 26 additional fatali-
"palace guard" toward Congress, itself but a means to the enc ribbons. I hope the parti- the Fashion Show with effect on legislators with the ties were pedestrians."We .
the press and the public has already of youth and livestock Improvement cipation will be as good the Lawtey Club. Each mem- truth about the question,"Hu-
-Withholding Federal funds vot- done serious harm to the most and development. I and even better next year.I ber will model an articleof ggins said. "It will be a are alarmed at the

ed by Congress, and stopping pro- of the Nixon ad- think this show and sale was clothing which she has shame if our legislators let increase in pedestrian fatal-
grams approved and funded by Con- important projects an accomplishment In the right especially appreciatethe made for herself and other false Issues against right-to- ity figures" said Governor

gress, such as the Florida Barge ministration. direction.The long hours of work given homemakers are also Invitedto work'sway them In deciding the Reubin Askew "and have
by the Chairmen of the Divisions participate. Since school question of whether a workerin produced a Public Service
Canal. They should forget the so-called main topic of conver- and the homemakerswho will be out that week, you Florida must join a labor Television commercial on
and their sation during the fair was the assisted them. Mrs. might want your child to union in order to make a the subject to help make
landslide start
mending
the real workof amount of rain we had and Lola Johnson chairman of made "
-Taking productive model something you living for his family. our citizens more aware
fences and watching their manners what effect it has had on our
the Home Division gave ma-
shaping Governmental policy out also. of the dangers that exist
crops. It Is always difficult the Huggins said that'rlght-to-
especially with the Watergate hear- long hours during
ny
when
of the hands of his Cabinet, and turn- ings only weeks away. to determine th@ damage adverse week of the Fair and we If you wish to model, call work opponents have used the foot." they are traveling by

ing It over to smaller groups. of weather can have f all owe her a big "Thank either Mrs. Geneva Barnes typhoid epidemic in Dade County -

the "palace guard." know that strawberry growers You;" also Mrs. Eunice at 782-3964 or Mrs. Jeanette and the problem of crew "Rigid enforcement of pedestrian
But the White House, instead, lost at least a third of their Moncrief. chairman of Foods Futch at 782-3411, and give leader violations to discredit ordinances by law

-Wrongly invoking "executiveprivilege" seems almost spoiling for a show- peak production. Early set Division Mrs. Lucile Godwin, them your name and a description Farm Bureau and agricultureIn enforcement agencies throughout -

down fight with Congress. And Con- tobacco and cucumbers. pep- and Mrs. Lane Tenly Co- of your garment their "vicious campaign" the state could have
to prevent members oft gress, though traditionally slow to pers and squash suttered extensive chairmen of Youth Divisions you will be listed on the against the issue. significant effect on Ue increase -
his White House staff from
appear- damage. Many gar- deserve our thanks. program. experiencingand
we are
act, has finally got its dander up, "We can only hope that
ing before Congressional Committeesto dens will have to be The Fashion Show will begin help more pedestrians
tell what they know about the and is preparing to pass another Probably our biggest county The hard work of these at 11 am. and luncheon members of the legislature arrive alive." The
gov
dozen bills that Mr. Nixon doesn't wide loss was fertilizershat ladles and their assistants will be served at noon, will realize that neither the ernor said "We all know
Watergate crimes. like. had been applied to past- was invaluable in makingour at the cost of only 50 cents. Farm Bureau, nor Farmers jaywalking is dangerous

ires and other crops. Ibis part of the Fair a big Plan to attend to modelandto were responsible for or con- because only a few municipalities -
-Turning the job of shaping for- effectn success. nave time.Big'wn doned the irresponsibility
:auld have an adverse a good deal with offendersin
It would make things swifter shown in both the typhoid; fever
eign policy over to White House advisor our spring crops becausef the same manner they
and more efficient in Washington problem and the crew lea-.
in the
a general shortage
Henry Kissinger rather than would a speeding driver the
,
'
in South Florida
der situation
,
leaving it in the hands of the State perhaps, if Congress would simply upply of fertilizer throughoute rr rt Huggins said. offense is committed millions
accept a "second place" role, acknowledge country. of times dally In the state."
Department.
its weaknesses, and let This seems to be a year'
hen it would be more ec- According to J. D. Wright
{
Mr. Nixon dominate domestic affairs
-Attempting to throttle the press lomlcal to apply smaller u NAS Air ShowIs Jr., Director of the Gover-
by having his Justice Departmentthrow as he already does foreign mounts of fertilizer several nor's Highway Safety CommI-

newsmen in jail for refusalto affairs. imes throughout the growing PostponedThe ssion pedestrian deaths couldgo
season in order to have fer- as high as 25% of the
reveal confidential sources of in- But let us hope that doesn'thappen. tilizer nutrients available to Air Show and Open annual traffic fatality total

formation. the crop when it needs and can House scheduled for April 14- if the present trend continuesfor

use the fertilizer. I'll be 15, at the Naval Air Station, the remainder of the year.
-Making questionable appoint- happy to discuss your fertilizer J Jacksonville has been post- In recent years pedestrian

ments to the U. S. Supreme Courtso No doubt it WOULD make things program with you at any poned until the fall.Circumstances deaths accounted for only 19%
time. of the state highway death
efficient and swifter. Dictator-
he will have an Ideological ma- more Mole crickets continue to de surroundingthe toll.
jority-- goal he will reach with ships are notoriously "efficient" and a problem in lawns and. past .1 postponement of the show
"swift." John Extension are not Known at this time.It Traffic safety officials are
one more appointment. ures. Strayer our ,
Entomologist, states is hoped that a similar urging citizens to make It
that Florida reglstrationhas show will be held in September a habit to cross streets
a
according to Capt. Wil- onlv at Intersections and
been obtained for the use of a
toxaphene bait on pasturesfor liam G. Slzemore, Commander obey signals advising pedestrians
mole cricket control. The NAS. when it is sate to

C0/ bait is for beef cattle past- D s:4i cross the street.
4 ,
y i ; ures only and should be app- r IhEOld1imiI
milj! Persons walking at night
MEM6EA ACTIVE p4 lied at the rate of 13 to 18 : are reminded to wear light
Allow 7
O oy days pounds between per acre.application and 7 I colored clothes that are more
easily seen by oncoming mo-
( 19/a l
Do not dairy
grazing. graze
torists and to flashlights -
BOB G. M. MILLER carry
FERGUSON JOHN animals or animals being fin- reflectorlzed
or sew
Publishers ished for slaughter. tape on clothing making them-
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke Chlordane can still be used selves visible at great dis
Fia. under Act of March }. 1879., for mole crickets in lawn. tances.

This can be a wettable pow- Roy Bryant caught this 9-pound black bait Monday -.' t
Subscription rate in trade area: S6 per year: M.50 six months. *
Outsjilitr.idc six der and watered into the lawn In Lake Whltlmore In Camp Blanelln H. and H.". re. Before long, will be knee
Phone 9M-; (105 urea: $7 per year: II.00 months. Starke Fla soil. Remember to STOP Wig. "If you reject your we

read the label, and follow all gins landed nine other bats weighing from ,,2 to 4 3/4' .pon il>ililiei you must" UPcepl deep in June. Meanwhile
of the country
directions to the letter. pound th. same day. the confluence*! still many are parts axle deep In Marcb.Pag. .




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Commission Asks Redistricting Move ATTENTION MOTHERS .f-% : \ I



separate facilities. Theory on -Agreed to ask, at the request the-Air and Water Pollution A G8x10 ..j:; t I
20 Lake .
per Fe
Authorization was given to got one-fifth or of six Santa
how people should be incar- Control Board that the drain-
Charles Hardy by the county cent of the population with- for a survey of L .
cerated is changing so fast, residents age well in Sampson Lake be
commission April 10 to pro- in each district. Reddish said that he advises that lake for fishing and that capped to prevent possible !
ceed with steps that may lead Hardy told the commissionthe the commission to wait the lake be restocked, if nec- contamination of local water
to'''revamping of election districts Job can be completed with- The residents said
and see before spending any essary. supplies. The board had already -
If Gov. Reuben Askew in the Fe has fallen LIMITNATURAL
year. in Santa
amount of dollars fishing
large on a planned to permanently F'
deems It necessary. On another matter the com- detention facility. off in the past few years., seal the well when the 'COLOR i PER FAMILY 11
Hardy Bradford's new civil mission decided to attempt to advised -Awarded a contract to CROUPSUP1
also
Reddish against water level Is low enough.
valuedat ,PORTRAIT : t tPHOTOGRAPHED
defense chief, was askedto locate three tables hiring a full time matron for Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds fora TO *
carry out the redistrictIng $:SO each and 28 folding inmates saying a wo- two-ton truck chassis at
women
Job If It becomes neces- chairs missing from the CD sometime thing and $4,580. Baldwin was the only ONLY AT SI OO EXTRA
man Is a $ .99 .
sary. His remuneration will building Inventory before pur- would not Justify a full time bidder, the board said because 1h Old 1t/mE/l; PER PERSON. 4
be,the CD director's salary chasing any new seating e- matron. of current model changes -
Chairman Ralph Bryan told qulpment for the building. The sheriff said the Jail and other companies could- PLUS 50 CENTS fiLM CHARGE
Hardy upon the CD Chief's Hardy reported he can locate population is not too high for n't find a truck. Since the
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but seven tables and 28 chairsof in the Road ( MALLARDS 5 &
Inquiry. Hardy replied was- the facility to handle, that the truck is needed
n't certain what duties the CD the original 10 tables and load has not Increased appreciably Department now the board 11\
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charms
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Chief's Job entailed. 50 chairs purchased for the since the county is decided to proceed with the ( 119! E. CALL ST. ,
Hardy carried the last re- building in 1965.: housing City of Starke pris- wait. { )
districting In 1963 when the Hardy asked for 10 addi- oners. The new court systemis -Awardedatherpourlrut of a ?N STARKE FLA.
districts tional tables and 50 more 30 foot concrete slab six
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voting were by
present doing "what they said it
"It lakes little time to administer
established. State law requires chairs but the board de- would" speeding up disposi- Inches thick to Tom Markson PHOTOGRAPHERS HOURS 10 6
that election district clined. Hardy said the tables tion of cases. a low bid of$647.39. John a rebuke, but it
population be equalized every have been used duringthe Reddish also praised the new Diggs bid $675.Received lakes u long time to forgetIt. FRI. APRIL 20
Bradford County Fair and from ."
directive
10 years. treatment of incompetents a I
First step. Hardy says, is during county elections as wellas which under the Baker Act --
to write the governor's officeto by other civic groups. are being hospitalized insteadof
see Ifa redistricting Job "When a $50 table gets up Jailed saying tJ1at has light
Is necessary since he believes and walks out Its time to find ened the load. He looks for-
the present voting districts out where It went Shuford.It ,"said.Com- ward, Reddish says, to July 1 ;
are about equal In pop- missioner Dave revealed that when the Murphy Act will see ,jqfrc
was also
ulation. alcoholics hospitalized as sick
"To me it's not absolutely the commission does not Controlof con- Instead of being Jailed.

iance necessary is 'so because small the" Hardy var- trol the the building CD building.is in the handsof court These system changes will with tend the to new pull Yon Will Lead(The Easter Parade When You Are Outfitted

says.If .It Is necessary to re- land Fair the building Association rests.In on. whose further down the the Jail sheriff population says. still ,e' / iieti With Eagle DeVune slop Brand Merchandise .

district the school board has other action, the com- -Approved Bryan's suggestion -
voted to make its districts mission: to get a price from a
coincide with those of the -Was told by Sheriff Dolph Tallahassee firm to codifyall f LADIES Dresses And Pants Suits
Reddish that the county Jail .
county commissioners. Dif- inspection county laws and ordinances \<&*t _
ferent district lines now cause passed its most recent all special and 'f
including t '1
raised
and that points NAME BRANDS
much confusion, it has been be population acts, into a readily 0
the Inspector can
found. by accessible reference book.
School board districts are met with minor repairs. lie County attorney Gene Shaw fr '
that funds be allocated +
asked
based on registered voters. urged the board to buy the PRE-EASTER
In the next budget. a
Hardy points out, and county service as a convenience to e
commission districts by POP- Questioned by Chairman the people. Shaw also pointedout .t
ulation. Ralph Bryan about separate that as the county grows
Should it be necessary to facilities for Juveniles and and In five years the Job will RACK
change district lines (Hardy adults and males and females. become necessary and cost ALSO ONE
believes the population difference Sheriff Reddish said Brad- $10,000 to $15,000 Instead of, 1/3'/ To 1/2/ Off SPORTSWEAR, i.
Is small enough so ford facilities are adequatebut probably $5,000 now. The
that lines can be changed with- perhaps not the most de- county is growing, Shaw said,
Ing the City of Starke and sirable. The county Jail divides and problems will arise. 1 1jrj
enough, adjustment be madeto the sexes and ages by -Heard Shaw report that the One Rack Of Vanity FairLingerie
satisfy the state. Goal is partitions but does not have county has filed a petition fora ( ",.
re-hearing before the First > V -
District Court of Appeals on LadiesBlouses, '
CRIFFIS BROTHERS Its adverse decision to the
county in the timberland assessment -
CAS COMPANYV suits for 196871. Miss Aileen/ s y
Container charges its assess-
ments were discriminatory. I / Wear
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Commercial J&T&& RADIOV The county appellate cannot base court one said year's the u [1/3/ To 1/2/ Off w.i w a 7r $
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Industrial $ **& DISPATCHED timber assessments on a prior "
A GREATSELECTION *
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has not yet ruled on his petition B

"GAS COSTS LESS" Container for opposes.a rehearing which \ CHOOSE FROM >*;.*

GAS APPLIANCES SALES & SERVICE -Received from Sanitarian fif: ,
AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING Jack Trawick an easement the For Children id! "
Container Corp. has providedon / .
For Service In land needed by the county M* ll i, : ,,,';< I
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Stark"(rndtulin Inside: City) Trawick'also reported'that 4 Git* "
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I Luntey Ituiford be terminated by June f'*f' EASTER /i\
30, unless the legislature :3 e p )

I Kin !' It"Y Lake iK Hampton their again maintenance.appropriates funds for ,, R HANDBAGS ', I

I -Tabled with comment a t.. BY MYRA 6. "' _._
I CALL MAXVILLE suggestion by letter by the I"---"
Department of Transportationthat Gold Beg
the board authorize resurfacing n ((1
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289-2281 of SR-18 from SR- cCere -Cow Shoulder and hand t1 -t
100 to its dead end near Crys- s styles. Soft loath
Complete' tal Lake. DOT offers to do er-looks, suedes.
We Loan the 1.35 miles of resurfacingfor White, colors I
771-4340 LP Gas $12,000, saying a private JldKan's DRESSESand
Tanks M 1// Service contractor would cost$18,000. ff
The board also received a
letter from Sen. Charley E.
6641 103rd ST. JACKSONVILLE
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Johns that segment urging of resurfacing SR-18. of a$ er e; Pant Suits

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I HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy School Lunch


Good Things For
By Josephine Fontaine Deficit Poses )

.. HANDY-WAY
...-? .,. and their beautiful display. '' STORES
The following ribbons were ProblemFacing \
awarded at that time:
4- Blue Ribbons: Mrs. Bell
"'1Siy Brown. Mrs. Nannie Watter- operating losses of Phase m construction at BitS
son, w. Fontaine Mrs. Ruth $261 per day a possible term- may be completed prior to the
Dennison, Mrs.iIhelma Atkins .- end deficit of $22,000 in seven Nov. 1 deadline by Triest Construction -
and Evelyn Vaughan. school cafeterias, the Brad Co., perhaps In time
Red Ribbons: Mrs. Bell ford School Board discussed for school's opening this fall.
Brown, W.Fontaine, and Ralph raising lunch prices but delayed -Okayed a five-day defensive -
Vaughan. taking action In the driving course for all
White Ribbons: Mrs. Bell March 6 meeting. bus drivers and substitutes 9 ...M
Brown and W. Fontaine. Food prices "much higher which will be held this sum-
prby Buck Dennison is in the hospital than they ever have been" mer and will cost the county -
y for surgery, so he and according to Food Service Director ; about$4,000.Agreed .
Ruth were unable to attend Sue Chapman are one to Temple's proposal Meet Ugly Hannah !
& the fair, but the rest of the reason for the deficit opera- to hire a man at not
e members took turns at stay- tion. Another may be last more than $100 per week to
I Ing in the booth, so there term's nickel reduction in begin clean up work on RJE
4r was someone there at all school lunch prices from 30 High School and also to act ONE OF OUR STOCK GIRLS
times. Over 400 people sign- to 25 cents In elementary as a security guard there.
I ed the guest book at the booth; schools. -Sold the old Hampton
a number of them were from A financial report coverIng Training School building to
out of State, and at least one operations through December Guy Harrell of Brooker for
was from Canada. 31 presented by Mrs. $75, the highest of four bids Some businesses, like those biq airlines,
CITIZENS ribbons for their efforts. It Chapman showed a dally loss
HAVE FAIR BOOTH received. pick out their prettier girls and feature
seems that they were put In SCHOOL NEWS of $261 and that the system -Okayed expenditure of$90
All of them in their ads. .
our Hampton Senior the wrong division and this Jay Faulkner, sixth grade will be some $22,000 In the to defray expenses of four Makes you think
Citizens Allen wish to thank Eddie was not corrected until around student at Hampton Elemen- hole when schools close this students and two sponsors In they hire nothing but living dolls and: all
and Arthur Bruno for 10 p.m. Saturday night when tary, will represent his schoolin June. attending the State Forensics that stuff.
sponsoring their booth at the Joe Kerrigan president of the County Spelling Bee on Mrs. Chapman also produced Meet in Tampa March 9-10.
Bradford
County Fair. The the Starke Senior Citizens April 12 at the Bradford Mid- a tabulation of bid on -Authorized purchase of
members worked very hard to Club and founder of the Hampton dle School. Jay Is our School foodstuffs for the final quarter four bus bodies from Rivers Well, we don't believe in putting the
their
get handiwork
for
ready Club, contacted Bobby of the current term. Pork
Spelling Champion for the second Bus Sales for a total$11,804.
ed the display. At first it seem- Taylor and they felt that the straight year. As a fifth chops were listed at $1.05 -Agreed to make formal application public on like that. We hire people who
that they were to be disappointed Hampton Seniors deserved grader he was first runner- per pound and top round roast for a Junior ROTC are courteous, helpful and efficient.
by not getting any ribbons for all their efforts up to champion Sonya Biggs, beef at $1.10 per pound the program for BHS at a cost And that's the only kind you'll find in

-...... --, an eighth grade student. Jay lowest bids from wholesale of about $15,000. Handy-Way Stores.That's .
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.A. companies. -Okayed a request by Tem-
J. Faulkner, Route 1, Three meat companies ple to set up an official sup-
GAINESVILLE Starke. would not guarantee to main- plemental school board min-
Scot Clark, fifth grade student tain the same bid price for utes file. In that way Tem- why we used Ugly Hannah's

was first runner-up in the three month period, Mrs. ple said state law allows filing picture in this ad. She's just a plain,
the School Spelling Bee. He Chapman reported. Two want of documents which are
Business Directory Is the son' of Mr. and Mrs.C. ed to bid on a weekly basis referred to In actual board ordinary type, Handy-Way girl you

M. Clark Star Route, and another would promise to minutes, rather than the len- might run across in any of our stores.
------ -- level for 30
Hampton. keep prices days. gthy process of Incorporatingany
AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES Mrs. Chapman also told the and every document presented -
FIREMEN DISCUSS board the school cafeterias the school board Into
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson FarUr Inc. BUYING NEW TRUCK serve a total of 2,900 meals the minutes.
day, with from 30 to 40
SEEDS PLANTS The Hampton Volunteer Fire per
OLDSMOBILE Insecticide- Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS Department met Monday eve- per cent being free lunches.She OPEN FROM 7:00: TO 11:00: EVERY DAY
SALES & SERVICE ning, April 9, at the fire pointed out the school WISH I'D SAID
Fin. selection of Used Cor house. Several topics were system receives more reimbursement -
Taken On Cadillac Trades I We Rent Fertilizer Spreoder discussed during the meet- on a free lunch THAT
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378.5301j 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378.0476 ing. First was the possibility than is received when a stu- -
of buying a new fire truck. dent pays for a lunch.
BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS They would want one with at The board asked Mrs.Chap-
least 1,000 gallon capacity tank man to discuss the deficit pro-
POWELL'SI LIDDELL on it. They were also goingto blem with principals and food HandqUJau.FOOD
I Beauty AcademyLearn check with the Forestry service managers as to projected "A great many people handle -
Glass Company Department and see if a Fire inventories at the end the truth carelessly-
a Profession In Your Truck could be given or bor- of the term, and report backto others never touch it at all."
Spar. Tim. Full or Part "Glass For Every Purpose" rowed for the Hampton Volun- the board. 'The school lunch -Mrs. Gary lliott, The PickCIIH .
teer Fire Department.Next prices of 25 cents for elementary -
Time Store Front Mirrors
Scntinul.
(S.C.) STORES
was a discussion about'the students, 35 cents for
219 N.W. 10 th 378.2766 Tub Enclosure Showerse
Easter Egg Hunt that is high school students, and 50 "Business when
grows
Furniture Top Gloss to be Saturday April 21. Then cents for adults were also mixes hard work and .
---- Replaced there was a discussion about reviewed by the board towardthe someone
getting the City of Hamptonto possibility; of erasing the intelligent efforts; few men
El ECTRIC NEW LOCATION deficit that wake to find themselves
give some land to builda way. up
Motor Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville new fire house on. Pat In other action, the board: rich.-N. DeVane Williams, CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR YOU
372.8191 372.1102 Glover was to see about this. -Was told by Supt. Templethat Holmes County (Fla.) Adver
Of Gainesville. Inc. Rules and regulations were the proposed 1973 budget tiser.
Repairing RewindingNew discussed at some length, a- has been underfunded $40,000by
And Used bout the Fire Department.Some the State Department of
2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318 of the members did not Education. The state overpaid
approve of some of the rules Bradford County schools that
MOVERS rills Sr\CE: and wanted to know if It would amount in Minimum Foundation -
be possible to make some Program teaching units
Long Distance Moving FOR SIZE: changes to make them more last year and now has cut
Storage Packing pleasing to the local group.A this year's proposed budget by HOW GREEN ISYOURYALLEY?
Crating' ShippingFree motion was made and pass- that amount.
Estimates Call ed to get the secretary to -Was told by Temple that
write to Tallahassee and geta repairs to heating plants at
Don't let
list of the current rules Southslde Elementary, Brad- your crops and So keep your valley green.
governing a chartered Volun- ford High, and Bradford Mid-
teer Fire Department, and dle Schools are proceeding pastureland grow pale and peaked. If you like, we can apply

to see if some of the rules sadsfatortly. Architect Don Keep them greened-up with either prefer.
MUSIC type
Van Servie Inc. could be altered. Morgan again urged the boardto you
The next meeting will be take preventive measuresto Green Charger Nitrogen. Just ask the at
3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. C'ville' avoid manager your
trouble
BALDWINPIANOS May 14, the second Tuesday on heatingand
372-4271 in the month. air-conditioning equipment It gives plants better starts, Farmers Mutual Exchange, andhe'll

AUTO SALES SERVICE A ORGANS FRIENDS & NEIGHBORSCONGRATULATIONS this, not time.Ratified remedial. measuresas promotes sturdier growth and come at a gallop.

BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS order for Jerry Lowell are Hol-in -a guard at Temple's$2.50 per hiringof hourto stronger root systems. Gold I<.ist.

hat.orrrr GMS., INC. -
I i ried by Judge Elzle Sanderson the structure's Impending either liquid or in prilled form. and from the farm.
I1fJ MUSIC Co.
April 6, and are honey- sale to the Florida DI-
mooning at St. Augustine visioix. Corrections is com
G'ville Shopping C.n. Beach. pleted. I
Factory Authorised 372.5351 Mr. and Mrs Don Pear- -Authorized, per Temple's ,
Sales-Po"'iOJC Parts-Service; son and children, of Miami, recommendation, repair of I
210 N. Main Gainesville, Fla. spent Thursday night and Fri- leaks in the roofs of Hampton l I
3 7.28 day with Mr. and Mrs. M. M. and Brooker schools at
Matchett. $481 by Roy Pool l of Gaines-
CAMPER SALES & SERVICECAMPER Klrky'i Me.ll H... Mr and Mrs. Richard Jor-

Ktfflr i Svpfllts, Inc. dan and daughter of Miami, ville.Authorized payment to Architect -
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan of $144 for
l'lnville Authorised Dealer William Jordan. Richard is design work on the additionto
---v For Evan-lnterthem William's brother, and says the BUS stadium and for
MART INC. he loves Hampton. $8,214 for design work on
&
Siegler Heating Mllene Rodriquez was the Phase n of BHS constructionand
3111 N. Main Gainesville Air Conditing Equip. winner of one blue ribbon fora Bradford Middle School
cake, and one red ribbon construction. The payment
378-2954 T Bay Service Dept.Compl.t. Accessories Supplies
for her candy entry at the
Store losed out these projects with
Camping
Parts and Service Bradford County; Fair he J architect.
Sales: Concord Volunteer, Mrs. Charalene Rodriquez
-Accepted Phase n
of
Sm key, Midas, Adventure was also a winner of ribbonstwo and the middle school BUS .
Wheels, Norris, Monitor, Fan, 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville blue ribbons on cakes, as finally complete.Was project -
one blue on a man's shirt
Explorer, Sports Coach 378-8902 told by Morgan that
one red for candy.

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Softball Bradford Invitational Track Meet On Tap Fri.



LeaguesTo to Howard. to get in this caliber of com- expect times and distancesto
Bradford High runners will ters of this area, should win to Strickland every time K. Yonge and BUS. At according petition before four Important be outstanding and some
host the Sixth Annual Brad- the event but he will be the two teams meet. least six Jumpers are expected There will be two different meetsConference, District records broken," says Coach
OpenMonday ford Invitation Track MeetIn challenged by Parker of Clay The long Jump will be to Jump over 20 feetanoutstanding relay events that are not Regional, and then State. "I Howard.
Starke Friday with a High who has come close a tight event between P. field of Jumpers usually run In the state.
night the Men andWomen's They are the 440 yard relay -
total ;4 15 teams expectedto Work
At
Bantam Baseball
Softball Leagues compete In the meet which and the 440 weight mans

opened their seasons. starts at 4 p.m. 18-Hit PerformanceGets relay.consist of The discus WM's and relay shot Bantam Baseball after a registration being Friday A-
They will both play on the All Florida Star Conference put throwers and for a person weeks lay off because of pail 13.
same nights; Monday Tues- teams will be present plus to qualify he must rain is back at work, busy
day and Thursday of each other local teams from this throw the shot at least getting into shape for the Barring any further delays,
week. Three games a night area. Including Lake Butler 38 feet and the discus 110 coming season. the boys should begin their
will be played with the women and Keystone Heights. Tornado NineSeason's feet. Instead of a regular Sixty; boys are now regis- regular season of play, the
playing a single game and "This meet will bea batton during the relay a tered with the last day of first week in May.
the men a doubleheader.The pretty good forecast for 12-pound shot will be used
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first game beginsat what the District meet will In '''H''UU '
place.
7 pjn. at Westslde Park. be like in Ocala. and a This meet Is the last
Opening nights play will lot of teams are using" this 2nd Winhits. chance a lot of schools have NOTICEApplication
meet as a warm up, says
thingsoff
starting
find the women
BIIS Track Coach Crover
at 7 p.m. with the defend-
ing league champs, Norman's: Howard.Coach Howard predicts a Tornado batters poundedout Carl Riherd all had two hits BUS'S hits came one Indians GoBy Are Now Being Accepted For Salesmen
Farm, taking on Blalock's Tom- each and all drove In runs. each from Tommy Wise and
Meat Market. The second tight the race meet for between first placeof BIIS, 18 my hits Wise and hurled sophomore a seven hitter Eddie Hazen Jeremiah John- Jeramlah Johnson.In Bunnell Send Resumes To: M. Phillip Carnes. 4500 Briar-

game at 8:15, the first of Palatka South and Ocala Van- and added a perfect 4- son Eddie Blalock David Kil- the game Saturday BUS cliff Lane, Coconut Creek, Fla. 33063.
two men's games, will match guard. for-4 day at the plate. Bradford by, Robert Best and Jimmy made six errors and St. Augustine Keystone Heights thlnclads 16 At
Lawtey Skating Rink and Bald- For the last two years High ,baseballers won Outlaw each added one hit. made two. "Our'scost outclassed Bunnell High Will Interview Personally Week Of April
win Chevrolet-Olds. imme- Palatka has won the meet their second game of the BUS baseballers droppedtwo us me oaii game ana School in 13 of 16 events Fri Holiday [nn In Starke.
diately following this game with BUS runnerup in the season here Tuesday 12-4 over close games this past their's dld't bother them," day April 6, to wallop the
the defending Gulf Men's, will Champs take meet. Green Cove Springs. week dropping their recordto concluded Bushore. Bulldogs 100-31 In dual track Bids Now Being Accepted For Development Of
Cunningham PS, with one of the strongest finally bag- 1-10 before the win Tues seventh Inn- meet at the Indians' clay o-
Hampton. The Tornadoes Going Into the And Build
on Landscaping
Road
Roads Building, ,
group of distance runnersin ged the win with their bats day.Both Ing BUS was in front 4-2 val.The ,
Schedule: this section of the state after losing their five pre- games saw BItS leadingor when two errors were made Indians' David Hugheswas ings. For Additional Information Write:
Tuesday April 17 Cun- is expected to dominate the vious games all by one run tied going Into the seventh by BUS. These were converted a triple winner by plac-
ningham Gulf vs FirstBaptlst long distance runs includingthe on errors committed at cru- Inning and then losing becauseof Into runs by the Yellow ing first In the 120 HII, 330
7:00 p.m.; Norman's Farmvs 880, two mile, and mile cial times in the sixth and errors or set ups from Jackets and the game was Intermediate Hurdles, and .,
Mitchell's Drugs, 8:15p.m.: ; runs. seventh innings. The win puts errors. This makes five tied at the end of the seventh, 100 yard dash.Keystone's CAM; Land Developing,
Hampton: vs Baldwin Chevro- In the sprint events Coach 2-10 far that similar circumstances track meet record -
the BUS nine at so In a row so another inning was played.In
let-Olds 9:30: p.m. Howard feels that BIIS can this season; both wins have contributed to the eighth Inning no points now stands at 3-3. The ('/0 1M. Phillip. Games
Thursday April 19Bla- run with any body at the been over Green Cove. the losses.In scored by either team results at Florida Deaf and
lock's Meat Market vs Mitchell.s meet, carrying strong runners the Bolles game Tommy were and ninth Inning was neces- Blind In St. Augustine was 1500( () Briurclifr Lane,
"If we' can win the next a
Drugs, 7 p.m.; Hampton Levy Lennon and Vernon three not available at press time.
vs Lawtey Skating Rink Barber three games, we can place in Wise gave up only and had sary. The Indian thinclads next Coconut Creek, Fla. .3.3063:
the conference something wehaven.t hits, two walks Then a costly BUS error
8:15 Baldwin Chevrolet- PS has a mile relay team foe Is Jacksonville Maranathanext
p.m.;
three strike outs. made when a SA man
was
done in a long time
Olds vs First Baptist 9:30: that has been running aroundthe says Coach Steve Bushore. Holies committed no errors was running to home plate Friday at home.
3:30 minute mark all The Tornadoes will end the during the ball game and and the ball was thrown
year being one of the top season on the roadat Orange BIIS only one. That one over the catchers head and
p.m.FLORIDA teams at the meet while Park at 4 p.m. Friday, set up Bolles players with the winning point was scored
BIIS should take the top the at Live Oak at 2 p.m. Sat- bases full then a walk pushedthe for St. Augustine.
especially
other relays
Bolles runner on thirdin
and at St. Augustineat
urday,
BIIS Hazen the
sprint medley relay. for a run that won the Eddie pitched
Is about the top SMR team 4 p.m. Monday. for Bolles. game for BHS until the ninth
All three of these teams game
In this section of the State, Inning when Charlie Green
THEATRE after beating Ralnes High beat the Tornadoes recentlyIn "We played an almost perfect was put in. Hazen stuck
School in the Lee Relays those one-run losses Bushore caused game and Bolles playeda out 14 batters gave up six STARKEe
two weeks ago. by costly errors perfect game" says Base- hits and walked four batters .CENTER
Showtime-Weekdays! 7:00 Eastside High School hasa pointed out, meaning his Tor- ball Coach Steve Bushore.It during his period at the mount
Saturday 1 :OQ discus thrower who has nadoes are capable of beat- was the best defensive
Sunday 3:00 been throwing over 150 feet ing the three teams If they game I've seen In a long Gary Melvin hit a home I
without crucial errors. and Wise did a fine run in the fourth Inning and 212 E. Call St. KMflB.B
FRI., SAT, SUN. all year and should take that play time By Th. Railroad Track
event with ease. Another The 18 hits Tuesday after- job of pitching. also hit a double. Rlherd Ph. 964.7929 KATHLEEN A BARRY COLZJKR OWNERS I II
Apr. 13, 14, 15 strong point of Palatka is noon Included two triples and Bradford hit the ball two was two-for-four at the plate I
in the shot put event. four doubles. times while Bolles got three with a hit and a double. ,
Jimmy Ricks, from Green For all our Low Prices you can't afford not to Stop

Cove and Gamble from Buch- rhe ," :oole team had agood for all your EASTER PETS AND SUPPLIES
holz will be two tough com- day hitting the ball. They just AUTO LUV-BUG
petiters In the high Jump hit shots out of there" Bu- SCREENS %
$ R.brA5TFt event both Jumping over shore says. Catcher Ronnie w LIVE EASTER CHICKS
six feet during the season. Kilby short stop Charlie ,.,
I Bradford's Steve Strickland Green, center fielder Gary Prutrrf Till From Ot your Car: K;Uk''' Thu E..v fw EASIER DUOOWGStt
one of the better pole vaulOlympic- Melvin and first baseman !-- Bmg.Srri... -- J 25 & 35t each

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Bradford Special Olympicswill standing broad Jump, Softball
PLUS represent Bradford in throw and the 30 yard dash BUG GLIDER FOR WINDSHIELDS FEEDS
the Regional Olympics In 0- were divided Into five class- $9.95
Bob Hope cala Saturday, April 28. es89 year old girls. 10-12
In girls 8-9 boys 10-12 boys Deflect Bmfi't Over This IT'imdihirldi Ear To fndaliAd
Four Bradford County The Most\ Rcsctirchcd/ FeedA
Schools were represented In and 13-15 year old boys.In Remorr 1 No DrUlimf Half* Required!

CANCEL: the Bradford Olympics mak- the 8-9 year old girls All Your NeedsFull
RESERVATION:\ ing a field of 19 participants Catherine Perry took first Special Prices Full Line, For
In the special event. place in the 50 yard dash
with a time of 8.5 seconds NOW

while second Catherine at 10.6 seconds.Mitchell Miss took 301 41 Bunk s.....Cull... FU. Line Of Cat Dog Bird & Small Animal Supplies i i

Mitchell placed first In the .
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Begins At SundownFRI. Correnda Mitchell ran the II- ;-

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12 year old girls went as I ,,
follows: Standing broad jump-' )
Q) Robin Williams. 53 (2)
a Pat Stewart. 4-4 1/2 (3)San Authorized General Electric Dealer f
dra Chitty, 3-10 1/2; Softball .I ",--= _,;.v ;II
throw- Q) Pat Stewart 66-
10; (2)Correnda Mitchell 36- :t (INItU0ILICtllC ..
8; (3) Sandra Chitty 28-0;
300 yard dash- Q) Robin Williams COMFORT :t
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Results in the 8-9 year old
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''o NIG.To & erette Frazier 8.7 (2) Joe Take A Hot Humid High
Woods 9.0 (3) Ronnie Davis .
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47-6; 300 yard dashQ Ron- lii -
STUART JANET RORY vYKPI'SIHSLS!
:; nie FrazIer 61.9 seconds.
WHITMAN LEIGH CALHOUNSUN 10-12 boys were: 50 dash- i Set Thermostat For Temperature Which Pleases You, Then Sit :t
0) Henry Washington 7.fi; (2)
Walter Thompson 7.8; Soft
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ear Simmons 95 feet.Bradford's .Special Olympics T'rr:

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Payne Walker.Luis Alvarez Paula Elizabeth Whit-. .. Call Today For A Free Home Or Business Survey ,A., ; ....

Cynthia Sherman, Phil Val- ..
lenga. Cathy Metzler, Mellen- ..

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Apr. 12, 1973 TFLFP.PAPH Poo. 17 City of Keystone engineering consultants esti- ball, Softball, and other activities under the franchise, Living-

Heights' plans for a future mated that surveys and studIes in addition to ten- stone said this would obligate -
sewer system may turn intoa In connection with the expanded nis. It is his understanding, the city to purchase the

new ball game, Mayor Ray service area might run he said, that the county has facility at a figure set by arbitration
H///tes/// By Linda Wharton Starnes told the City Council as high as $9,000. The city about $2,000 available at the In the event that an
Keystone I Phone 4734907or ; Tuesday night, with word from has already spent $1,700 for present time as a starterin agreement on price could not
4734648. Washington that the city will engineering studies of the pro- this direction. be reached by the city and the
have to include additional out- posed sewer facility in the Bennett also reported that owners.In .
side area in order to be eli- area within the city limits. Clay Electric directors recently other action the Coun-

APRIL FOOL'STOURNAMENT munion service Thursday, at 1 p.m. at the Educational gible for a Federal grant. Starnes called this turn of approved a request of cil:

April 19, at 7:30 p.m. Everyone Building. Your Circle leaders Starnes said that two "sewer events "disturbing", and saidit County Commissioner Homer Rejected a request by the
A good crowd turned out is invited to attend and will look forward to attendance meetings" had been held was possible that even a Newell to lease a site, con- Bradford County Commission
for the fun tournament Sun- partake in the communion ser- at the meetings.your You- since the last regular Council portion of Bradford County sisting of approximately acHy for use of a portion of the

day April i, at the Keystone vice. are urged to attend your Circle meeting and that the city's might have to be Included In block where the Co-op's relay Keystone Airport property; as

Golf & Country Club, and the On Good Friday, April 20, and hear the nice devotionals the study. tower is located, for use for a garbage dump.Acknowledged.
covered dish supper. at 2 p.m. there will be a prepared and enjoy the fel- Cailel 7'mwiins; ; Art Festival lie called a special meet- recreation purposes. The receipt of
the special service at the Community Ing for 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, $300 payment from the Sportsman's -
Everyone enjoyed crazy board agreed to a ten year
lowship. Attend ls A I AS
April 17, at which time mem- Club for Its lease at
Church.
tournament with the cups plac- lease at $1 Bennett
At Cit Park per year,
ed In the sand traps, play- Services will be held at 8:30: Meet In litnh bers of the Clay and Brad- said, if the city decides to the airport.
ing with left handed clubs, and 11 a.m. on Easter Sunday, ANOTHER NEW ford County Commissions will use the site.Bennett Heard Water Company man-
Invitedto Sat. Apr. 211 be asked to meet with the ager Ed Johnson report that
overstuffed sofa April 22. Everyone is ,
standing on BUSINESS OPENS Jr. said that If the City
Cadet A. Timmins, ,
Council to discuss the been
Easter weekend pro- one fire hydrant had
cushions, and other silly attend these has available for
Alex Brokas, general man- of retired U.S. Air Force any money
son ject. Also Invited will be representatives replaced in the business dis-
the Community
services at
things. of newest business The Keystone Heights school recreation purposes, he would
ager our Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs. from the staffs trict at a cost of $400 for
Winner for the ladies was Church. concern, Kentucky Fried Edward A. Timmins of Key- will sponsor an Art Festivalon of Congressmen Bill Chappelland like to see it spent in an orderly materials and labor. Johnson
Ginny Shackleford with Corine thai Saturday April 28 from 10 manner, and In a way
Chicken announced they representedthe ,
stone Heights
Don since the
Fuqua, enlarged said he was ready to meet
CIRCLE MEETINGSThe
Walker and Faye Greek lying had a busy opening week ser- University of Florida till 5 p.m. In the Keystone project would concern that would best meet the needs with a Council committee at
for second place. April Circle meetingsfor ving well over 250 meals dally. squadron of the Arnold Air Heights City Park and muni both their districts. of the community. time to discuss the
hydrant
Ed Dwver came in first for the members of the Community Alex, a well known Keystone Society (AAS) during the so- clpal building. Starnes said that Keystone Mayor Starnes observed that any situation and other related -
the men and Joe Cantois se- Church Women's organization Heights personality, has been ciety's 25th annual national There will be an art exhibit would need all the help it the State is also making recreation problems.
cond. will be held April in the restaurant business,but conclave just concluded in of student work all day coud in this funds available to the
get launching Heard Mayor Starnes report -
the April Fools joke was 16 and 18 at the following from communities and suggestedthat
as a special feature has the elementary grades ,
Utah.
goneto Salt Lake City, project, and called it the big- plans for the annual "Our
played on the low scorers for homes: "Col. Sanders" school in AAS professional through the senior high. There these possibilities be explored -
The a faced
undertaking the 4th of
gest ever
the day, with the high scorers Naomi- Mrs. M.H. Falkelatthe Lexington, Ky. to learn the will be demonstrations of Various before a final decis- Country Day" on
service organizationfor
honorary the and authorized transferof
by community.A July
Post Master Club on Lake ,
coming in for the prizes. art projects at various ion is made.
finer points in quality; service outstanding Air Force
discussion of which $400 hand In this fundto
NEW ARRIVAL Geneva at I p.m. featured times during the day, suchas way In another matter involvinga on
Opening day a var- Reserve Officers Training
to in providing needed recreation the estimated
meet
help
go
Mr. and Mrs.Hugh Edwards RuthMrs..Walter Grolick'shome formedin silk screen, macrame, and large sum of money Finance -
Jr. are the proud parents of on Fairway at 1 p.m. iety of flowers and potted Corps cadets, was and sandcasting. facilities for the city Chairman Gay Living- $2,250 cost of the celebra-- -
girl Kimberly MarthaMrs.. Clyde Huston's plants donated by the greatful October 1947 was followed a report by a recently motion that the tion. *
a new baby named in honor of the late The Junior and Senior high ston made a
committee Chairman Fox
appointed giv- Heard
Charon born April 3 at the home on Route 100 at merchants of Keystoneand action reportthe
General of the Air ForceH. chorus will be on hand with ing estimated costs on the Council's recent approving employment of Jo Ann
Alachua General Hospital in I p.m. surrounding areas. the school band action under the franchise -
presenting
Gainesville.The EstherMrs.. Michael Red- We looked for this openingto II. "Hap" Arnold. a complete rebuilding the ten- in negotiations to pur- Miller on a part time basisto
concert.
fearn's home at 9:30 a.m. be of the new Cadet Timmins, official nis court in the city park adjacent help with city hall paper
Edwards have another one many There will be read- chase the Keystone Water Co.
delegate of his chapter, was poetry to the municipal build- work and to make hera
agreed
SarahMrs.. K. Greeson'shome business ventures to come to
little girl, Shelly.COMMUNITY than 940 cadets Ings by English students, dramatizations be rescinded and that a new
among more part time, bonded deputy
at 9:30: a.m. Keystone Heights.Congratulations. the Drama ing.Mrs. offer be made to owners of
by
univer-
from the colleges and Greg Henderson, sub- clerk.

Richard We wish
RebeccasMrs.. -
CHURCH the
the to purchase
the country Club and also a student Film company
sities across the In the absence
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Pastor Stewart McCord of Sunderland's home at 8 p.m. vou much success In your mitting report facility for $98,700. This fig- "
the AAS Festival "The best
met to discuss to
who of her husband, who way earn a
the Keystone Heights Community The Madonnas will hold their new business venture. for the coming year. Lynn Kerry, Student Chairman ure is the one computed by rest is to
program is a member "r the com- complete your
Church will hold com- meeting Wednesday, April 18, the engineering advisors -
a They and members of the AAS ; Sandra Wilcox, Faculty mittee, said that deplete rebuilding city's work."-Fred W. Grown,
coed auxiliary, the Angel Chairman; Annell Dell, Music of the court, 'Including as the value of the
r WOLFE- CROWFORDThe Department; Betty Jo Russell, Water Company based on its The Bergen (N. J.) Citizen.
Flight also attended seminarsand practice area, using the
and Mrs. William ,
Rev. A
previous
English and Drama; David Few earning capacity.
KEYSTONE MELROSE Wolfe, Sr. of Keystone Heights heard addresses by noted Film Festival; and Mary Beth new asphalt surfacing mater- offer of $75,000 made by the "Depend on the rabbit's
announce the engagement of aerospace leaders. ial, and including necessary several months foot if will
Erb, Elementary art may be Council ago you but remem-
BUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S their daughter, Glinda Gall, The cadet is a member contacted for more informa- fences, etc. would cost around was rejected by the owners.In ber, it didn't work for the
to Paul E. Crawford, son of of the class of 1973, majoringin tion concerning this Art Fes- $8,000. making his motion to rabbit."-William Chaffee,
Chairman Everett Fox observed
Mr. and Mrs.James Crawford geology. to
tival. recind the action proceed
SUPPLIESSLIM'S HARDWARE-GARDEN of Klnjfsley Lake. The Wedding He is a 1969 graduate of that the City would not The Walnut (Iowa) Bureau.
of the
Is third
This the
year
School Jack- that much available to
is planned for June 15 Bolles High have
e HARDWARE In the First Baptist Churchof sonville. Keystone School Art Festivalbut spend on the tennis court a-
the first it has been
P! 1I1 year lone, and suggested that an
Y AND6ARKN Keystone Heights. carried into the Community.This A
Keystone
alternate plan of Improvingthe
The bride's father will officiate Rolarian; Hear
Fish -'H'= Stuff UNtil In the service. will be an excellent court be considered.Ed .
opportunity for the citizensof Bennett an employe of
Of
Llv Bait A complete lino of Hdw. Manager; { Keystone Heights to see Clay Electric Cooperative, Stale Bank

Crick.Sh inn.r..Worm. BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS PERSONALS Rhett Fox has returned to Clay Electric; # what the ft stydents are doing- was called on to describe other A
culturally Artstically.It .
Minnows Plumbing & Electrical Supp. home recent developments In the
Birmingham after being
GrO'Ton Fertiliier The Rotary Club met Fri- is hope that the com- recreation field at Keystone. MEMBER F.D.I.C.
his
TACKLERODSREELSFISHING IntecticidetLumbr for a few Mr.days and Mrs.visiting Everett day, April 6, In the Masonic munity will show a great Interest Bennett said that Clay Countyhad
& HUNTING family, first Item being in this festival by attending funds available for recreation -
- i.Building Material Fox. ?Hall with the and perhaps Pave the Way for Your
pur-
LICENSESAMMUNITION 21 N. 200 From Caroline Brannin and Marilyn the Induction of purposes and sug-
Hwy. yd* Light Williamssand chasing some of tue, lovely
ICE Bridges have returned bers, Julian gested that the City coordinate
work which will be "Special Something"A
Keystone Kahoe.Al on dis- Its efforts with the CountyIn
Kcyifon Hgts. 473-4357 Hoightt 4733663TELEVISIONAIR from a trip to South Carolina Russ play April 28.
visited their aunt. Watson had the honor of order to meet the overall
FURNITUREGIFTSLake COND. where they Gratzmiller's son Roy inducting these two new mem Prizes and ribbons will be needs of the community, Including -
Betty explained awarded to the students parti- base-
bers. lie briefly Little League
has returned to Keystone from
Geneva TV Service Center HattJesburg, Miss. He will their duties to the Rotary cipating.

be working part time In the Club and the Rotary Club'sduties "'" tltI!'oaaGoGoaaaG Ga== aa
Furniture Quasar Keystone area and will be to them.E. .
to school near here. T. Martin, general mana-
Gift & Candle Shop -STERO going Have you been through the ger of tie Keystone Heights 19 CU. FT.J-
CAR AND PORTABLE Clay Electric Co-operative,
Model Cedar Home on Hiway
EXQUISITE GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL 21? I toured the home some was the main speaker. His NO FROST s
ANDRESIDENTIAL Included the power fail-
and was Im- topic
Nam. Brand Furnitur weeks ago very the
pressed. Triangle R. Enter- ure in South Miami and i
Sceley Mattresses Sold AIR CONDITIONING prizes seems to be doing quitea process used by all Co-oper- REFRIG.-

SALES & SERVICE bit of building in the Key- atives to get power to these FREEZER
Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva stone area with $IOOOOOhome stricken areas. .

1 Mi. Eost o< K.y stop. I Hflti. KEYSTONE 473-1651 under construction on Lake Martin financial also touched condition lightlyon of AS LOW AS I '
the
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Lake n
Geneva and another on
REAL ESTATERichard MOBILE HOME Lindal Cedar co-operatives now that the R 9021AN'ytM
Brooklyn. has seen fit to $349 r>. 21
ri. Homes had a boo that the Bradford government

T. Lovorn Want to sell your Mobil. County Fair last week REA.abolish Marty low interest then explained money to a Mod. ewd. 19 gt. --- Trip? Wedding? Car? De-

Ksg. Real Estate Broker Home? If you have a buy.r staffed personal with staff.Triangle I understand R's own new bill that has been presen- posit money regularly in a savings

Mobil. Home ALL Brokers willarrange and they received a good re- ted to Congress to rectify the SALEE k account it's the way to make that
financing
LAKE PROPERTIES above financial plight.
RESIDENTIAL ,->, Insurance details for a brokerage ception. One of the most Interesting E All Floor ModelsTV dream come true. Interest rates?

f.. of ,10% of the selling Mark Jordan, son of Mr. comments was"Capital Cro ci- Appliances Highest allowed by law.
BUSINESS. ACREAGE price. For more Information and Mrs. M. M. Jordan of its", what they are and what .

APPRAISALS callMOBILE Keystone Heights, will be one they represent to the people Air Conditioners With Suitable Trade A Full-Service Bank
of several student speakers who receive them.

t Keystone Hg.,. 473.3254 HOME BROKERSRT. participating in University of Wheeler Discount
473.4692 Florida Days in Leesburg, YOUR FRIENDLY BANK IN' YOUR
1 BOX 350 J Apr. 9-20. A sophomore at "An open mind is an as- Appl.
Edna Knepper 4'3.4111 don't let mind FRIENDLY COMMUNITY
but
UF, Mr. Jordan spoke to the set, your
Martha Durbin 4'3-J62 MELROSE. FLORIDA 32666 Leesburg Clvitan Club as partof become so open that nothing Between Key.ton And Melrose KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA.

Jim Fox 4'3.4148 PHONE 475-1751' the University's continuing < stays in it."-N. DeVane Highway 21 PH.___475.2401
C.B. McAfee_ ..T34050BEAUTY community relations project. Williams, Holmes County

(Fla.) Advertiser.
SHOP .
Don Brown Wins
REALTOR
S.E. McKAY
N ell'Beaue Member of Society First Week With

Style SIw[ of Residential Appraisers 10-10 Black Bass
For 26 Years
"For a lovelier Serving/ This Area

yap'Phon. Mr. '...Iba llg.n 73-4740 Contest winners have been At present. FPL doen't advertise in the usual sense of

475-221 L. J. Robinson 475-1041 announced for the first week the \Yl'rd. That I I". we don't promote. the use of'electricity

Oeloros Gilmor. 473-3600 of the fishing contest sponsored while supplies) are tight \Ve do. hO\\'l"\ 'r i present:
}power
B.tw..n Joanne P. Gassett 475.1622 by Sllm's Fish 'n Stuff
;; of Keystone Heights. anti+rmatiun-oricnn'tl message!: Some are designed! I to
K.y.to". Paschal Carr 473-4058 Don Brown won in the black Othersadvie
and future plans.
operation :
explain our
present
James
Holghu v1- Chostlngton473-4679 bass category with a 10 lb.,
Molroto "' HomesAcreageRentalsLake ( 10 oz. entry caught in Bon- how to ue your electric t ;appliances' more efficiently -

Front Sales Force:. nett Lake, southwest of Lake and economically.: ) And ,a* we"re d"il1g; on thi. xvrv

Santa Other Fe.winners were: Mark raLc-\\!! "rr r'lIhlidIn"\u'rim!,: your most frequently-'

.l Rays Shell Znldurka largest speck, 2 4' ,asked question.Ve: feel there's substitute: tor what

Lanell's Boutique) Wrecker Service Ibs., 5 1/2 oz.; W. B. Pen- this of adxertisiny can: contribute ,toward the need
Styles and Accessories rose, largest bream, 1 lb.; "q, type
W. C. Loper, largest catfish, t for presenting: :: tactual) information to our customer., To
For The Complete 24 HHSService 7 Ibs., 1 oz. Jnlmllnicatilln..y .
FPL .uix'ertisint* nll'mpllhlic; : Cl
us at l
awardeda '
winner
Woman Each was If'
21 B.tw.. $5 gift certificate, good for -, FPL enaMVt'L'.s(( yon ru ink /ue.iriVm.\/ : About clcrtrt '
Hwy n '
any merchandise sold at .o.. 'n'kl.' Riite.i.: Enrironmenwrotivtion./ / Or tit._ tltillt ;;
x.y.ton. b M>lro>* Day Call 473-3083 Slim's.All WI'
Nights 47J-2838 anglers fishing the Key- "Why does .:Io.l': \He\ Iv/iftv/ you ile.ierreKDie.it.: / : ;.itniii'itru'tin. ,;' < droi/ *

475-3211 1 stone area are reminded that And mO.'t fl'/w.nrlV-'I'/.t< / / /
'"l'I'\. tre t fry to tinncer >uur> / :

Pill Dirt the prizes contest awarded is continuing weekly, with anda t ..:, t. ? FPL need toadvertise ine.ition.imbliVN./ : / ''A/I/ ot/ier.\/ ;. will/ nveire /la'r,nntd( n'f :-

monthly cash prize for the x 1 p/i'es./ ,1 I AitrtMNdiir/ / p/ Il.. trlll\! to :your loaiFPL/ XUnui 1 ,.: '.r
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Beach Sand largest of each specie for the : ? : Box 3/00./ ,Miami .;1101/ /
month. _;'. :.,." Or mm1 "Questions., : (
Clay Fill

Tractor Work THIS SPACE t rya::;. '{:' You ask.

Hank Bruning FOR SALE In a way, we'd just as loon :

KEYSTONE ?HEIGHTS? the street departmentwouldn't r :" I SS FPL answers ;:i

mess with the 1'/
PHONE 473. 761 chuck- ;
=pUl ) d
holes.
We have them pretty I

P.O.BOX 41 well plotted now and its ,_ .....................-.-. '
upsets our navigation to have '<. !.
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I I. i)hru r> HereWith I By Helen Egan I :::#: b11' MAL0Nr'ti 1Mattrett

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the completion of the
new addition on the Keystone ANNOUNCEMENTSThe brother Ronald Tipping Is
Library an open house Is Fellowship Club cov- visiting her son and family In

planned for April 13 from 1 to ered dish luncheon will be the Washington, D. C. area. 4 I
7 p.m. Everyone Is Invitedto held today (Thursday) at 12:30In Since last week's paper ij AOO I
attend and look over the the Lions Club. President word has been received that each pba

many new books which will be Lester Sheets, who has recently Mrs. Janice Batts, head nurseat :: or box spring i
available to the public. returned from a visitto the Bradford County; Hospital Twin or full size.y '..:
There will be a very com Alabama, will preside. was recovering nicely .-
plete section of books on Florida The Keystone Chapter of from surgery. {
a nice record collection, OES will meet on April 17 Rev. Chester Smith of Bed-
and also a very good reference at 8 p.m. with Worthy Matron ford Lake underwent surgury y
section of encyclopedia! Arcena Wilson officiating. last week at the North Florida ? <<
Hours of the Clay County Melrose Community Chap- Regional Hospital In Gaines- I
Keystone Branch are:Monday" ter of AMP will meet at ville. This Is the new hospital -
.,
Wednesday Friday andSatur 11:30: on April 19 for a cov- at State Road 26 at 1-75. s1
day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m ered dish luncheon and program J. E. Bonner when this reporter ii
Tuesday and Thursday from session in the Melrose was talking to Mrs. :.:;

to 5 p.m. Episcopal Parish House. Bonner on last week Thursday ....
Come by Friday April 1: Joe Kerrigan, of the Starke said that her husband was ::
from. 1 to 7 P.m. and enjoy Senior Citizens Club, reports In the Riverside Hospital '1 I
the refershments provided by Ricky Frick that several of the Keystone under treatment. 1 1 t #I
the Woman's Club of Keystone Heights members won blue And lastly and because this
Heights. Named Sailor ribbons at the Bradford County column is not "up to par"Is i1
Fair last week. Be sure because Mr.Egan(Francis) 11[
to read his column in The INNERSPRING
Of The MonthAZ3 !
has not been doing too well JIIIJIg 1i
Cancer Drive
,.. Telegraph/ for we Keystoners r?
since returning home and 11 or 6" FOAM RUBBER LIFE
are proud of the servicesand tf :
Under Way Ricky D.Frick has been leadership:, given by Joe him arrangements to undergo were tests made at the for 11:
selected as Sailor of the Month
.. to the Senior Citizens. His
;,' In Keystone in his unit, Patrol Squadron wife Dorothy, has been unable Surgical Clinic of the Gaines-
48, at Moffett Field, Calif.: ville University Medical Cen-
to attend meetings for I
In competition with six other some time due to illness ter last Tuesday morning. He f BEST OF TWO I
WORLDS
The Keystone Heights Wo- units he was also selected as and she is greatly missed. has had to go by ambulance.We .
man's Club is sponsoring the Sailor of the Month for the Members of the Melrose are most grateful for: i {
1973 American Cancer Society entire Navy complex at Moff Homemakers Club will hold all the kindness and offers of OLD WORLD HAND CRAFTSMANSHIP NEW WORLD SPACE AGE MATERIALS iii}:

fund raising drive for the ett Field. The award, which their monthly meeting at 9:30 help and particularly your I i! Available .'.'
in twin, double
prayers. queen and king sizes.
the Keystone area.
Includes ii
a U.S. Savings Bond a.m. on April 26, with a social :;
The drive officially began plus hosting by various local 11 S
hour following with refreshments
April 2, at NEW Square Dacron f:
Monday morning, service organization Is served by mem- Deep Puff-Quilted Cover
WISH I'D
SAID
the home of Mrs. Marvin ::
Homer on Lakevlew Drive witha given to the man who con- ber hostesses.The :::::: TORSION COIL New Regal, with the luxurious surface softness of deeply Puff- :::>
meeting of the"Crusaders". tributes the most to his squ- regular Game-Fun Day THAT :::: Quilted Dacron, Is the most comfortable bedding In the world. ::
adron's mission by his diligence of the Fellowship Club will : Surface Regal's heart Is the revolutionary
new Torsion
Rea Johnson will be thisyear's :::: square Coil, engiSoftness :::
general chairman and exemplary appearance, be held at the Lions Club at :::: neared to give a gently son sleeping/ surface with deep-down firm ::
Block
will be assisted by Mr. and and concern for his shipmates. 1:30 p.m., April 26. :::: _________ Innersupport. Old World Craftsmanship and New World Space Age {{
Petty Officer Frick Under the direction of the u materials make Regal,
Art Osmond Cochairman was by Malone the finest mattress In the world.
Mrs. ::
cited for his outstanding workas newly formed Council on Aging :: Comfort See it, try it at your favorite furniture or department store. f.:
the residential
for ::: :::
a data analyst In the air- of Clay County repre- is ''s Block :
collections. Donors are ask "Democracy a system :*
craft maintenance sentatives of the Family Services j i :
problemsand
n -- u New
ed to give their contributionsto under which a fellow whodidn't "Torsion Coil" Box Spring I
administers a computer without the consulta- I Support .
authorized collectors Identification.who program which points out waysto tion of the local Senior -organizations vote can spend the rest Block: has been designed especially for the Regal mattress. Torsion m
have
::
proper of the kicking about the ::
achieve more economy In set the same date year ---- Coil gives extra strength and support to the box
The donors should also ask for :: - spring. The :
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manpower and materials. He for the first meeting of the candidates the other fellow Comfort Torsion Coil combination of mattress and box spring is the finest :
receipt. I:
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a unless they change the Loia Matson :: luxury In
This Cancer Crusade will was also praised for his many council elected. W. ". Block sleeping the world : :
last through April 30. contributions to the squadron date and confer with this reporter The Kiester (Minn.) Courier. ;*:: -- --- -. Torsion Coil is found only In Regal' by Malone. ':.0::
recreation council In which he very few older Americans ::i:

has shouldered responsibility under which this Fed- "Credit is easier to find 1111 I {
ITT Rayonier for various athletic and social eral Older Americans Ac twill than quicksand, although FROM COAST TO COAST y! AaoN A/ArtIHIIl
events. be organized will be able to
Clinutized
for All Seasons
Again OffersScholarships either one will swallow you i.
Patrol Squadron 481s Navy attend.
antisubmarine warfare unit The AARP Social Club of up.-Clarin D. Ashby, the
that flies the Lockheed P3C Keystone Heights met on Unitah Basin (Utah) Stand- I J I

ITT Rayonier Foundation Orion aircraft. This multi- April 5 at the annex build- ard. v1e

announces that it will again engine patrol plane flies mis- ing of the Community Church, ..
slons throughout the Pacific which will be the future ,
award scholarships to two out- .
''
standing high school seniors in area on routine reconnalsance meeting place for the club. S.E.McKAYREALTORS I
the Northeast Florida and submarine detection mis New members were wel-
area.
This announcement was made sions. comed, and refreshments ser- i
A 1970 graduate of Bradford ved with Mrs. Christ
by Ernest P. Davis resident Elsie Keystone Hts. 473-4316 I
manager ITT Rayonier Inc., High School Petty Officer Fr- providing delicious sandWiches I
Southeast Timber Division. ick Is the son of Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Ullle Roberts HOMESACREAGESRENTALS
Scholarships are awarded Walter J. Frick of 916 W. and Mrs. Francis Egan arr-
annually to outstanding students Butler Road, Starke. He is anged for the dainty cookies .
graduating from high married to the former Miss and beverages of their choice Mrs. Melba (11 gen 473.4740 .. ,
schools and living In coun- Patti Whlthead also of Starke. which was paid for from the ::::
Col. J. Chssington473-4679 IU W.CALL >>
ties where ITT Rayonier has donations of the members t ST PHONE 964-5827
timberland .., as there are no dues. L.J. Robinson 475-1041 STARKE FLA. !1i!
significant owner-
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ship. These counties are Nassau On leaving the meeting unable one to Pasch.l) Carr 473-4058 .h.h .r..w" ? ...... ............;::.;:>>>>:;:;:;:;::::::::::::::::::::,:::.:.:::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:.:.:.:.:.:.;............_..::::,'.
St. Johns, Flagler Baker of the members was
Bradford, Colunbla and NEWS ABOUT get her car going and this
Gilchrist. was & truly visual act of fellowship -
The first scholarship will when one t>f the members :-
be for $750 and the second SERVICE MEN went over to a local STAN'S
for $375. The scholarships garage for aid, while another a parade of EASTER v'7I I
will be for one year and stayed by her until she received
BOOTERY
recipients are free to attend assistance. That Is ,
any accredited university Marine Pvt. Carlton M. when fellowship spelled with
college or Junior college of Broome son of Mr. and Mrs. large letters and imprintedin I SHOES for the ? l
their choice and major In James M. Broome of Hampton the hearts of folks like family ,?
any subject. graduated from basic AARPers. /
Candidates will be selectedon training at the Marine Corps APRIL 20th-Alachua County Such Nome > If;
the basis of scholarship Recruit Depot at Parris Island Extension Service of whichthe Featuring
leadership and financial need, S. C. Melrose Club is a member
and awards are made without the Executive Board wll Brands As
,. regard to race, religion, color Army i-rtvate Manzy Brown meet at 10 a.m. in the Gaines,

ancestry.In, sex,. national origin or 111 Gloria, 18,Brown.whose Lives mother In Law-Mrs. vllle APRIL office.24-"Tralning on COVER GIRL VOGUE ,

making the announce- Low Cost Food" is open ban
., tey recently completed nine
ment, Davis noted that stu- week tank turret repair courseat Interested persons. Tim> t1 EASY STREET FANTASY
dents may secure applications the army ordanance center and place to be announce v
at the various high schoolsIn and school. Aberdeen proving later. ut
STORYBOOK
the seven counties listed. ground, MD.During APRIL 24Covered Dls I FREE GIFT WITH
Applications must be submitted ) 101 C CALL fiT FOR EACH PURCHASE tJlit
CHILDREN
to the high school princi- the course Pvt. Luncheon at noon. A film an ,TARKC OF
pal no later than April 23. Brown learned to perform talk on Diabetic Program b; STORYBOOK SHOES
Winners will be notified priorto maintenance on the Mechanical Mrs. Barabara Sepcie Dept FLORIDA
June 1, 1973. electrical and hydraulic Pediatrics University of Fla. r J2O9I .
A1:1'
components of the arm- 1 it : ::: :: $
ament Installed In tanks and PERSONALSMr .
other combat vehicles. and Mrs.H. L. Fordon of r
Maybe the electronic mediaare
West Hartford Conn spent a
taking over, but it is still Pvt. Brown entered the two weeks vacation with Mr.

sadder when a book shop army In July and completed Forden's parents, the Robert 5_
closes than when a television basic training at Ft. Polk,La. Ferrells of Brooklyn Lake.
store loses its lease. He is a 1972 graduate of Mrs. Amy McElarth who
Bradford High School Starke. resides next door to the R.
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Prisoners


Protest Halt s at r the 3 second ribbon change

Of. Drug Tests .

Some 300 state prison Inmates -
have warned Florida
Health Secretary Emmett Roberts
that a prison rebellion
might occur if the practiceof
drug tests at state pris-
ons Is halted. .p
"The idea that there will
be no income if drug researchin 'Iii
prisons is discontinued Is -
contributing to the tenseness
already prevalent in our prisons M'
," said a petition signedby *
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"
rectional Inmates Institution of the Union at Cor-Rai- k1I ;

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"The unrest here could very S .
easily lead to another Feb 1irrd. ,
ruary 1971 incident," the petition 1 Ir
said. At that time, state Frying 1,000 Chickens I l V
officials battled for almosta 1'
week to quell disturbancesat I II u
Raiford which lef{ 74 Inmates An estimated 3,500 persons were In the fairgrounds complex! Wodnday around noon 'I ,iJI
and four guards in-. and after 01 the annual fair got underway.

jured. Hard working Rotations I l-r, are Dr.A.Y. Covington, Gerald Williams, G.org. Pierce, liJ
The petition shown at
a recent meeting was of the Drug Gllb.rt.Goldwlr., Harold Davit, John Torod., and Col. James Griffin. I ,

Utilization Committee, namedby t4
:
Roberts to look Into the a raise in salary?" the petitioners 4 _
use of human beings for experiments asked. Economic Stabilization
by drug firms In State records showed that
Florida institutions.The private drug firms paid $70- Questions And AnswersThis /,1
tests have been halted 000 to prison employes over /
while the study is underway.The the past two years to help
committee recently tour- them conduct drug tests.Muchof column of questionsand Parties covered by Phase "
ed Raiford and ,interviewed this money went to hospital answers on the Pres n rules will be required to. 'n' E f, r lr
inmates about their partici- supervisors who also had to ident's Economic Stabilization comply with all such rules r
pation In the experiments. pass Judgment on the tests.A Program is provided by the up to the effective date of
Inmates signing the petitionsaid spokesman for one of the local office of the U.S. Internal the new regulations. Price-
that fees they obtain drug companies Involved testified Revenue Service and wage changes or profit developments
from drug firmsranging that drug tests on pris- is published as a public ser- occurring during
from $3 to $276 per experi- oners are Important In the vice.Q. Phase n will still be subjectto
ment-- are often their only development of new medi- review and enforcement.
source of Income. They sup- cines. "Laboratory and ani- What can the Cost of Parties required to report
ported the practice whereby mal tests always precede any Living Council do if it findsa under present rules will be
''prison doctors and other pri- studies on man," he said. firm or industry to be violating obligated to report all deve-
son employes are paid by the Phase m controls? lements occurring under
drug firms to assist in the A. Upon learning throughits Phase n rules prior to Jan.
tests, despite apparent con- It in suggested that reduce monitoring of prices and 11, 1973 In the regular man-
flict with state regulations labor negotiations that action ner.
would
against dual employment.The ing the speed limit con- has been or is about to be
serve, on gasoline. Of course,
petition said that prison taken that is not consistentwith
doctors are so poorly paid it might encourage some peo- the standards or goalsof Four Are Honored
that the outside Income Is ple to drive faster than ever the program, the Cost of
to make certain
just they For Long Service
necessary to keep them. "Is were netting their share. Living Council can use its ,
the taxpayer willing to offer authority to issue a temporary Ammerican Legion .j

........................ ..................... ... .. .... order setting interim
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''''''''';';':':':':':':':':;:;:;:;:;:;::;::!;!!;:!;!!:;!!!!!!!!.!.!!!!!!!!!!!!;!'!!'!!!!!!!!!a.s. : :.5 price and wage levels. This American Legion Post 56,
::r' 1 would allow the Council: I 1) to of Starke, honored four of
require parties to supply Information Its members at the recent American in 3 seconds .
: Sewing Machine |11 and assurances demonstrating Legion Birthday
that their actionsare
Week meeting for having been
not or will not be Inconsistent continuous members of the you can change ribbons from color to color or fabric to film f< >
|11 Operators 11j with the standardsor Legion for 50 years or more.

111\\ i II i1 i111i hold goals public of the hearings program; and; 2)3)to)to gion's Those Golden receiving Certificatewere the Le- fabric for quality carbon film for elegance. colors for emphasis, .

| WANTED issue a special rule or order : A. J. Thomas, Sr.,Wil-
:f of the Council setting out a liam S. Terry, Ben Suslow, attention and appeal. fabric ribbon for economy and carbon
level
specific legally binding and Gertrude M. Christof-
for proposed price or pay fers.
|11i Experience Helpful But Not Necessary |j action thvt; would restrain an Records Indicate that Mr. film for finer reproduction and copies the caranama tic ribbon
Industry or firm from that Thomas has 53 years of Legion
] point on. Such a ,rule or order service; Mr. Terry, 52 cartridge both features in .
one
.'' 11j could Include the require- Sears; :Mr. Suslow, 51; 'and s. gives you typewriter.f
|11 Apply In Person | ment to roll bacK alriadj effected !Mrs. Chrlstoffers, 50. r, ,? : '. '

price or uad(J Increases. :Mr. Thomas! Is a' charter ... ... ,..t '. ,. .Jif.w..r".I: / w ".........."
I h.. "! WILL I I II Violations of tile new rules!\ member uf the Post,'and Jias f n.' '( \ Wti: nn. "., .... .. .. ., I > "...., ..,' .:;f1U.n ...,..... eMLyd.-.y -.-.... .
TRAIN may be subject to a criminal served as Its Commander several 1"' ,'jt '. A\,; : ". _!')O ;)8
:: fine of $5,000 for each violation terms. -
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; or a civil ;penal t> of Tinother, members: have Smith-Corona
I I I $2,500 for each violation. served acthel In tilt LegionIn
other states, .i> well as

I LAKE BUTLER f fI Q. What is the effective riorldn. CORONAMATIC
date of Phase III?
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A. January 11, 1973.Q. .
Srh or I'ulin Sun.

I APPAREL COMPANY tions. What that happens occurred to viola-before In Jackson rille 7000

The Garden Club of Jacksonville -
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Jan. 11, 1973

X I Lake Butler, Fla g* affect A. Phase any suit ni admlJstratileproceeding action rules; do not- 13th Annual of Crosses announces Palm will Sunday that be held Pageant Its- j V SCM's Newest Office

ecution, or
11 April 14-15 In the Garden Cen-
1 with respect to
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ter,
I )I&ft any Incurred right possessed, or offense, liability committed -- the following schedule: Typewriter At A Price You
14-- 1 to 6p.m.
.. Saturday, Apr.
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Sunday, Apr. 1512 noon Can Afford.

to 6 p.m.
Fifty-nine crosses will be on
display. All of these have a1: You Never Touch The Ribbon
been historically researchedand ]
will be elaborately decor- 1t Cartridges Only $1.95
ated with fresh flowers.There


r,.;, ., ,>I. ; will old rare and also valuable be religious a unique Bibles artifacts displayof and, ::1:1K I I

V : n' a"V Interpretive floral designs of I I

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NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR 9:30. Morning with Sunday School at 10 a.m.
will represent Dell Chapter. Wednesday night Prayer day School at : J
n DELL CHAPTER OES
William F. 'Hayes, has TAX DEED Eve-
11 Dinner will Morning services at 11.
at
a.m.
made Application to the Brad- F.S. Dell Chapter 168 will hold Meeting. Thursday night a service The Choir
194.16 5:30.
ning service
Sec. 12:30. Leagueat ,
served at :
NCS NEWS birthday dinner will be given be
ford County Zoning Board for Its regular meeting Thursday
HEREBY GIVEN service Union will be held at 3 p.m.
NOTICE and Save. All for Mrs. Clarence Covington. 4 p.m. Evening
Sew young
12 at 8 In
the April ,
reclassification of property night, p.m. AME Church.
HULSEY the holder Allen Cha- at Hope Well
described below from R1A that J. W. the Masonic Hall on Brownlee mothers are invited to attend Friday night the Prayer Band 6 p.m. Greater
toBH. of the following certificates Street. All members are the sewing classes that will meet at the home of pel AME Church Rev. B. C. All Choir members are ask-
has filed said certifi- held in old RJE each Mrs. Rebecca Allen. Sunday Williams pastor. ed to please cooperate with
SE be are
A parcel of land In Cor. asked to please presentand
cates for a tax deed to be Thursday from 10 till noon. services will begin with Sun- Sunday Services will begin these activities.
of NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 Sec The certifi- on time. Everyone is Invited -
22 E. Issued thereon. attend. Business of Everyone can mend or make .
9 S. to
12 Twp Rge. of Issuance --------------------------- --------------
and OvUOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOwwwMONTGOMERY
numbers years
Cont. 3 acres M/L. cate description of the vital importance.The something.
the
This change in classification in Grand Session will startin
and the names
is subject to a public hear- property, Jacksonville, Saturday April NAACP NEWS
as
assessed are
ing to be held on Tuesday, which It was 14. The Worthy Matron Bradford County Chapter
April 24th at 7:30 PM in follows: Year of NAACP will meet Monday WARD & CO. ,
the County Commission room Certificate No. 100. night, April 16, at 8 p.m. at (
;
at the Bradford County; Court Issuance 1970.Description.of Property; : iII !r DI for your Freewill Baptist Church for (Serving America For 100 Years) i iI
House at whlcht time all per- I the purpose of an Important I
sons interested shall be heard Beg 176', S of NW Cor of rx child's safety matter. All members and In- I

for or against the proposal, a 5-A trac In\ SE. Cor of tersted citizens: are. invitedto
NE1/4 of SE1/4, SJ80E attend.
as specified In the Zoning Code
of Bradford County. 123.6', N 180', W 123.6; Hazards which threaten the
John Torode, Chairman to POB Sec. 34, T-6-S, R- '' lives and limbs of children CHURCH NEWS Offers an exciting opportunity to operate a business of
lurk in many a vacant lot,
Church
22-E. New Bethel Baptist
Bradford County Zoning
; warns Albert H. Domm
Board Name In which assessed: M.D., child safety specialistand Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. your own with a very small investment. 'W. are InterestedIn

4/5 2t 412NOTICE Willis Gunter.All r. medical director of the Weekly services will begin
of said property beingin Prudential Insurance Com- with Bible Class each Tues- a qualified Sales oriented person with previous retail

the County of Bradford, pany. day night. Wednesday night
OF APPLICATIONFOR State of Florida. PICTURE.PRETTYSprlngflowers "A vacant lot is rarely va- Prayer Meeting. Sunday experience to own and operate a catalog store In

TAX DEED Unless such certificate or blossom out.in pop- cant," Dr. Domm said. School 9:30: a.m. which will Storks Florida.

Sec. 194.16, F.S. certificates shall be redeemed py red, lavender, and goldon Vacant lot perils often are conclude the services. ,
according to law the property this white cotton satin disguised by overgrown Regular services will be
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN, described in such certificateor formal worn by 1973 Maid weeds increasing the dangerto held on the fourth Sunday

that T. J. ALDERMAN Estate certificates will be soldto of Cotton Debra Ploch. By unwarychildren April 22. All members are If you are willing to accept responsibility in return fora
the holder of the following the highest bidder at the Teal Traina, the V-necked at asked to please cooperate with

certificates has filed said cer- court house door on the first gown is cut deep in back --4.' the play. Among all activities.Mt. future in your own business, write giving full personal
tificates for a tax deed to Monday In Month of May,1973, and set off with a ribbon- most

be Issued thereon. The certificate which is the 7th day of May striped belt. A matching common lot vacant accidents -- Morriah United Me- qualifications To:
and triangular scarf completesthe I'
numbers yearsof
1973. look. are thodist Church Rev. J. W.
Issuance, the descriptionof Dated this 28th day of March falls resulting Moffett acting pastor. Ser-
the property; and the names from a vices will begin with Church

in which It was assessed are 1973.GILBERT S. BROWN w child tripping School at 9:30: Morning Ser- E.A. Smith 4-1
as follows: Clerk of Circuit Court of over objects vice at 11. Which will con- ,
Certificate No. 110. Year of FloridaBy Eighth Judicial Circuit Florida hidden
Bradford County n. clude the services for the
Issuance 1970.Description. Beulah M. Moody In and for Bradford County W in the brushor day. 1000 S. Monroe Street

of Property; : 4/5 4t 4/26 on the 27th day of April Albert or his catching foot in
1 Lot In NW Cor of Lot 1973, at 10:30: o'clock a.m., II. Domm pot holes in Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baltimore Maryland 21232
4 S/D of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4T in the Circuit Court Cham- the ground. Baptist Church Rev. Jasper

Being 87 ft E & W By 138 NOTICE UNDER bers In Bradford County, Flo- "Jagged rocks, broken glass Williams pastor.

/t N&S. Sec 20, R-7-S, R- FICTITIOUS NAME LAW rida, Starke Florida, for an and discarded tin cans can Rehearsal for Easter will

22-E. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Order of Taking the propertyand seriously maim the unsus- be in progress this week.
Name In which assessed such other orders as may pecting .youngster,"
that the undersigned, desiringto
Leroy Aycox.All in business under be necessary or appropriateunder
of said property; being the engage fictitious names of PINE- Chapter 74 of the Flo-
in the/ County; of Bradford BROOKE VILLAGE SALES, rida Statutes, or which the
State of Florida. Court deem
PINE BROOK VILLAGE MO- may proper.
Unless such certificate You and each of are
or you
BILE HOME PARK
atSE Cor-
certificates shall be to be and EveryDayLowPrice
redeemed hereby required EveryDayLowPrice FOOD
ner of Intersection of Highways -
according to law the appear In the above styled
301 and 18, Starke, Flo-
property; described in such Court on said date and time
rida, Intends to register the
certificate or certificates will and to show what right, title CENTER CUT
said names with the Clerkof
be sold to the bidderat interest lien Pantry
highest or you or
the Circuit Court of Brad-
the court house door of have claim to REGULAR GRIND
on any you or
I ford Florida. FAIRSUPERMARKETS
County,
the first Monday In Monthof SIRLOIN Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
Dated at Starke, Florida, have in or to the parcel of
May 1973 which is the
land hereinabove
this 13th day of March. 1973. described
7th day of May 1973. CAM LAND DEVELOPMENTS and to show cause why the
Dated this 27th day of March INC. same should not be taken for STEAKS COFFEE

1973.GILBERT By: M. Phillip Carnes President the uses and purposes set STARKE'S
S. BROWNBy
forth In the Petition filed In
Beulah M. Moody this 32O S WALNUT ST.
3/22 4t 4/12 cause.
Clerk of Circuit Court of All parties to this suit and 1. I.'
:'M ,
Bradford County Florida all parties Interested L B I I".I BIN .N1 NNVwl
may appear -
c:
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO $159 68 A"'"
4/5 4t 4/26 and be heard at the times
REGISTER FICTITIOUS
aD
NAME and places designated. BAG NBAPbISPdIAOCfUIU.S.O.A..000:
WITNESS my hand and the STAMPCOUPONS
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Notice Is hereby given that -.4
seal of said Court on this
TAX DEED the undersigned, Robert Fox, flup_
19th day of March, 1973, at
Sec. 194.16 F.S. P.O. Box 905, Starke, Fla. Starke, Bradford County Flo- :SSS,. CENTER CUT '
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN intendes to engage In busin- BONELESS cur j

that B. C. HOLTZENDORF, ess under the fictitious name, rida. i CHUCK::!
JR. the holder of the follow- B & F Concrete Products Gilbert S. Brown ROUND, : ; CHUCK !
ing certificates has filed said at 820 South Cherry St., Clerk of the Circuit Courtof 1

certificates for a tax deedto Starke, Fla. and that he will Bradford County FloridaBy

be issued thereon. The register said name with the Betty Edwards STEAKS ROAST i I STEAKS
certificate numbers and years Clerk of the Circuit Court, Deputy Clerk
of issuance, the descriptionof Bradford County Florida. 3/29 4t 4/19

the property and the namesin Robert Fox, sole owner.
which it was assessed are 3/22 4tp 4/12 NOTICEIn $ 49 ; -

as follows: 79 89
Certificate No. 130. Year of NOTICEIn The Circuit Court of Flo- tIED, CDO < Issuance 1967.Description. rida, Eighth Judicial Circuit, LB i
of Prouertv: The Circuit Court of the In and For Bradford County. U

Lot 17 of Lakeview S/D Sec Eighth Judicial Circuit in and Case Number-----

13, T-5-S, R-22-E. for Bradford County, Florida. IN PROBATEIn EveryDayLowPrkeSWIIT EveryDayLowPrke Every DayLowPrke m Every DayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke
SUMMONS TO SHOW CAUSE re: Estate of AL V. FOX- _
Name in which assessed: Jk MIILOW FRESH TENDER AGAR'S FARMER GRAY
NOTICE IN EMINENT WORTH, deceased POT
Stanley W. Davis. Banned
All of said property beingin DOMAIN PROCEEDINGS NOTICE OF PROBATETO Golden RipeBANANAS GROUND I

the County of Bradford NOTICE OF TAKING IN ALL PERSONS INTERESTED ROAST a. .* REEF I HAMS
State of Florida. EMINENT DOMAIN IN THE ESTATE OF ONI IN2 TO 3 LI fKQ rSl IONIUM.*LL MI1T.NO WA T3c GAME HEKS

Unless such certificate or PROCEEDINGS Case #73-68 SAID DECEDENT: -P- '

certificates shall be redeemed FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT Your are hereby notified i 3 US 379 69

according to law the pro- COMPANY, Florida corporation that a written Instrument purporting OVER

perty described In such cer- Petitionervs- J. to be the last will
tificate or certificates will be FRANK WILLIFORD; MARK- and testament of said dece-
sold to the highest bidder at LEE STARLING and NAOMII dent has been admitted to DELMONTE LIBBY'S |! LIBBY'SCORN
STARLING, Defendants.IN .
the court house door on the probate in this Court. You
first Monday in Month of May, THE NAME OF THE STATEOF are hereby commanded with- TOMATO CREAM
1973, which Is the 7th day of FLORIDA. TO ALL WHOMIT in six calendar months from STYLE 16.5oz
May, 1973. MAY CONCERN, and to: the date of the first publi- 1 PINEAPPLE ;
Dated this 28th day of March J. FRANK WILLIFORD, 1120 cation of this notice to appear miriirlit I OR WHOLE KERNEL 17oz CANS

Bernita Street, Jacksonville, In this Court and show JUICE ( !!/m/! I SLICED CHUNK & CRUSHED GARDEN SWEET PEAS
1973.GILBERT J
S. BROWNBy Florida; MARKLEE STARLING cause, If any you can, why '
Beulah M. Moody Kingsley Lake, Starke the action of this Court in :
Clerk Florida; NAOMI I. STARL- admitting said will to pro- i irirr i
of the Circuit Courtof r '
Bradford County, Florida ING, Kingsley Lake, Starke bate should not stand unre- 46oz 3/i 4/l 1 7oz5$1\'
4/5 4t 426NOTICE Florida AND to all unknown voked.GEORGE i MIX
owners, lessees, mortgagees L. PATTEN, CANS M5.250Z 1
judgment creditors llenhold- Circuit Judge, Bradford

OF APPLICATIONFOR ers, or claimants of, uponor County, Florida

TAX DEED against the parcel of land Bvj; Dolores C. Dampier BonusBuy EveryDayLowPrkeCNISP EveryDayLowPrice BonusBuyFHItH: EveryDayLowPrke
Sec. 194.16. F.S in Bradford, Florida,described -
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN, as follows: Deputy Clerk CELLO WAAPPCD HOSTESS

that B. C. HOLTZENDORF, The west 330 feet of the First publication on April CALIFORNIA FRESHCARROTS FLORIDA FLORIDACORK WHIP
JR. the holder of the follow- Southeast 1/4 of the North- 12 1973.
ing certificates has filed said west 1/4 of Section 12,Town- 4/12 4t 5/3 ASPARAGUS ORANGES TOPPING

certificates for a tax deed to ship 6 South, Range 22 East,

be Issued thereon. The certificate Bradford County Florida.
NOTICEIn i .1 12
I numbers and years of FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT
the of The Circuit Court of Flo- _
issuance description
COMPANY, Florida
a cor-
rida, Eighth Judicial Circuit,
the property; and the namesin poration has filed
In the a-
&
Johnson Johnson
In and For Bradford County.
which It was assessed are bove Court its Petition In Case Number- CALMICOFFEER j
as follows: Eminent Domain Proceed-
Certificate No. 122. Year of IN PROBATEIn IIl1rllr
ings against you and each of AL FOX- ( ,,, ABYt ssovtDEODORANT
re: Estate of V. SPRAY ANTI-PERSPIRANT I I r,, m r
Issuance 1967.Description. you, seeking to condemn an WORTH, deceased.
of Property: easement in the above des- NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll OR SPRAY POWDER CREAMER
Lot 62 on Oak of Crystal cribed land, all of said land creditors of the estate ; ;iSHAMPO

Lake Homesites. Sec 1, T- being located in Bradford of AL V. FOXWORTH, deceased

8-S, R-22-E. County. are hereby notified W
Name in which assessed Lyn You and each of you are file claimsor
and required to any
Campbell. hereby commanded to servea which i 22oz < i $129
demands they may 100z > | rrrnur 70
Allot said property being copy of your answer or have against said estate In 59, 1"1111 i
in the County of Bradford written defenses to the Petition the office of the circuit judgeof CAN I JAR

State of Florida. for Condemnation filed Bradford County Florida, I I .
Unless such certificate or herein, upon McCarthy Steel in the courthouse at Starke

certificates shall be redeemed Hector & Davis, 14th Floor Florida, within six calendar EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke
First National
according to law the property Bank Building months from the date of the
described In such certificateor Miami, Florida, on or before first publication of this no- PFEIFFER Horn ft H rdartSALAD rooo S3ROLLS ANGEL FOODBAR
certificates will be sold the 25th day of April, 1973 tice. Each claim or demand SALADDRESSINGS rAIN KING SIZEBREAD JELLY
to the highest bidder and to file the original thereof -
at the must be In writing and must CAKE
court house door on the first with the Clerk of the Cir- state the place of residenceand DRESSING3l
Monday, in Month of May cuit Court, or default shall postoffice address of the rooorqP
1973 which is the 7th day of be entered against you. claimant and must be sworn 3PIECE
May, 1973. TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration 2/49
to by the claimant, his agent,
of Taking has been) his It will
1973this28thdayof March; or attorney or
1973.GILBERT filed in the above cause by become void according to law.
S. BROWNBy Petitioner declaring that the /s/ ROBERT EARL FOX-

Beulah M. Moody property rights sought in the WORTH, Executor of tvtryD.ylowPrkc IwryteylAwPrkc EvcrytaylowPrkcJ 'CwryDavLowPrk* 'Ewcryo.yLPrice' ryDyLowPrfc CMryDtylowPrk

Clerk of the Circuit Courtof above described land have the estate of ALV.FOX- .C..O.UNTIItN Q.TIPS Pantry
PNTKV MIIDICHAMBIRHY' BIRDSEYI HighPIES
Bradford County Florida been taken for the public use WORTH, deceased MASHEDYAMS Mighty
TOWELS COTTON YTHWAfM;:
4/5 4t 4/26 and purposes set forth in the PIZZA M

Petition in this cause, and First publication on April 12th, ASMNTIB wean j &. SAUCE ..1.rw w..... '..CH.NOCH..... SWABS w

PAYROLL ENVELOPES that Petitioner will apply to 1973. 6/1 /1 TO* .59J
:
Bradford County Telegraph.Ph. The Honorable George L. at- 4/12 4t 5/3 maLLS' 29C 2/49c/ CANE 5. ;: : 59c ::. m f :
ten. one of the judges of the
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1 ,CLASSIFIED AD RATES

I before 5 Deadline P.m.pubUca for preceding Insertion on. Thursday Monday usMcr/D1IPxcxFDJJYLb iIL1: I



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Minimum Charge $1.75. ._
(Covers 15 words) II ,
Each' word over 15, 8f! WANTED- 8i08; dishwas-l I I" INSURANCEAT '! WANTED
ti
NUGENT won'>
r FOR SALE 1 hers counter help ((21 yrs>. ) ELECTRIC REDUCED RATES An,
All Classified Ads must be lOST AND FOUND I
II waitresses..Apply E. M. Club Experience service: Mon
Service Mobil.
I paid for In advance unless Camp Blanding. 3tp 4/19 AUTO FIRE BOAT Homes
you with have The established Telegraph account In that II Residential And DOYLE E. CONNER SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES For Mobile Home Set Up

event 50C extra charge. fdr : LOTS: FOR SALE Stark Golf i HELP WANTED- Have need Commercial Wiring INSURANCE AGENCY Expando Rooms & Add 8> Deliver/ Must Have
billing. Not responsible for : !& Country Club ready for for sales clerks for post exchange REWARDFor return of billfold tchg On Rooms I Chauffer Licenses &
I errors wnen !given over the : ''building on or for Investment. during summer en lost at fairgrounds Thursday Additional Outlets Free Delivery and Set Up
I phone or when copy is not typed; i Lots area approximately 1/2 1 campment. Apply Camp night. Call 431-1453 after Air Conditioning 100 MILE Experience In Retail
RADIUS
and brought to the Blanding PX Thursday Ap- I 5
.
I, fr once : acre and larger. Paved roads ril 12, 9 a.m. til 3 p.m. Must p.m. Itp Hookups PUMPSNEW BANK FINANCINGHWY Mobile Horn.Business.
.. : only 3 minutes from town. be 21 Trailer Polo Meter
: of 17
years age. Itchg NORTH
Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 24-Hour Service AND USED Apply

, Pay For ClassifiedAds p.m. tfchg WANTED A.]. THOMAS.- GREEN COVE 3/73'
, Phone 964-8641 : SALES Tel. 284-5001 2647311ELECTROLUX '
In Advance FOR Carpenter SubContractorThe I Mustang
SALERegistered Angus world's largest REALTOR PARTS I'
Increased costs have madeit bulls 1 and 2 year old. Phone onyourlot SERVICE Mobile
builder needs .r Homes
necessary for thus newspaper ._9R4- 1I4. J. B. White. tfchg framing subcontractor 964.5701 Nits 468.1753
to clarify Its present plenty of work in Deep and Shallow
Wells
rule. and adopt new ones for FOR SALE18' glass boat, all areas. Must have crew, 3 BR Block, Corner Lot$8,800 SALES & SERVICE 1650. N. Jemple
90 hp Johnson motor 1965-
the publication of classified. tools and transportation.Con- 1 Lot $12.700 Ph. 964-7212
advertisements In Its columns. and trailer, $900 or best of- tact Bill Gregory 6227 Phil 2 Houses on Clean/ Shag Carpet
fer. 9648087. 5tp 4/12 Block 1 1/2 Bath $17,00 Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT
lips Hwy, Jacksonville. Call 3 BR
Better Than Any Other
All advertisements. of this f. fcM. B M. collect 904-733-3250. 3 BR 2 Bath Carpets Drapes FIAT SERVICEON PLANNING A TRIP
nature must be paid In advance LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering 5tchg 4/26 corner Lot. Nice. $19,700E ALL MAKES Vacuum Cleaner
unless an established rJx! .A $3.19 9 x J2, $5.98} ;. Call St. Nice Home. Cent Sales Parts Service Life Time LET US HELP!
monthly account Is main .12 .X" i2:, $l1,5Dfl2]> x i 15":only New and Used PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE
tained with this newspaper. $14.95. Many patterns and co SHORT ORDER cook wanted Heat/Air, Kef.Stove$22,500 Service Guarantee We Will Finance) Your TripWe
Mailing and bookkeeping lors. Dahmer's Discount tf B&G Truck Stop Restaurant. 3 BR 2 Bath, Cent HeatAirDen USED IMPORT CARS
AL YOUNG
CALL Handle
coats have advanced makingit
to make this Now under new management. Florida Room $23,200 HAl flED AUTO PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
adjustment.It necessary. FOR size SALEHardwick stove. CleanGood Apt. Apply in person. 4tp 4/19 3 BR' 2 Bath Brick, Central IMPORTS INC. Gainesville 372-7811 EXOTIC CRUISES

Is much preferred that condition.gas $50. Call 9645631.Itp Heat/Air, Stove. A-l$28,500 Moved 5 Blocks North Stork 964.8221 Tel The _
classified advertising be WANTEDShort order cook 2 Other Beautiful Homes in I 509 E. University 864 N. Temple Ave CARRIBEANSAlso
placed In person rather than at B&G restaurant & truck Nice Section $40,000 Class Gainesville 372.4373 TF Airline Ticketsand
by telephone so as' to avoid
I FOR SALE- black Angus stop. Now under new man I SEWINGMACHINE lours
errors. T f |
1 bull, 3 years old, $325. Call 4/19 agement. Apply In person. 4tp United; JIMMY MOORE'SSlla Loans To $600
lj 468-1531 Hampton. ltp Farm
Hel p Wanted Agency, Inc3eg. Sperh Call 944-7449

Girls for'n.w pap.r compost PUREBRED German Shepherd'| CLEAN RUGSWITH Real Estate Broker MORE BOAT FOR .. Sales and Service TOWN FINANCE CO.
P.O. Box 226 N. Temple
pups for sale. Reasonable.
room apply TelegraphMOTORCYCLES 468-1490. 2tp 4/19 t WANTED ] Paul & Irene Faulkner YOUR MONEY PFAFF- ELNA

J//II' I Associates Stark. Ph. 964-5791 New Home

FOR SALE1 acre on SRD I l 206 S. Water Street WHITE
t 230 between country club and BLUE LUSTRESHAMPOOEH Complete Outboard & Stern Mustang
city limits. Cash or Terms. AN'IED58 to 64 Chevy Starke, Fla. 964.5065 Drive Service and Repair. $49.50 up
Call and Dodge pick-up for parts, WANT TO SELL ; MOBILE HOMES
964-5010 or 533-2214 after OR Complete' Fiberglass Repair lNc.
.....---=- '. 7 p.m. 2tchg. 4/19 motor sion from from one, transmis- RUY REAL ESTATE? Custom built Fiberglass Part & Repair on
--- Also
other
FOR SALE1972 SUMO..t. wheel tractor with or small with- Call Us For Best Prices Fishing Beats all other molt machines: THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL

good shaD .400" miles .also 4 FOR SALE-All steel trailer out mower disk. Call Herb Prospects Waiting
helmet, $600. Larry Oglesby.. 8x10. Lights, licensed. Clyde Thomas after 6 p.m. from STILL ONLY fists' 12 x 43 Bronzewood
964-52407 tfchg Columbia. 314 N. Church St. Sunday on. 964-6287. itp NATIONAL $3695
ltp I
INTERESTED IN BUYING Control Machine 611 W. Univ. Ave. d
FOR SALEHolstein cow with WANTED TO RENT- Piano OR SELLING? And Tool Product 1650 N. Temple Aye.

MISCELLANEOUSLAWN second calf. Has plenty milkto for tice.14-year-old Possible girl to prac TOOL MAKERSDIE Gainesville, Fla. 964.7212 Starke. Fla. i
raise 4 calves. Also Home sale. 964- CONTACT
Open 9-7 1-6 Sun.
7686. 2tp 4/19 MAKERS 378.1355
Comfort Range wood or coal
burner In real good condition. GEORGE ROBERTS Machinists
.
Top Rites 54 Hour W.elc.Hospltallsmlon
Mowing service largeor Call after 6 p.m. 9647317. WANTED: Cottage parents; eeaaeeeae ------
small. Contact Steve Tho- Itp mature; must be able to work ... REAL ESTATE Insurance.Clean ,
any shift; 2 consecutive days Charles Precision Air Condition j
964-7415 Zlpperer
mas tfchg :: I
Cutter
FOR SALE17' Borum boat, off per week. Salary $192.80 0a Associate. ShooCEHTRAL t Spreader
35 hp Johnson motor & tilt bi-weekly. Please contact a MACHINE t
ROOFING, specializing in repairs trailer. Will Include 2 sets personnel office, Sunland PHONE 964-7826 t
and reroofing: All repairs skis & rope. Ph. 964-8718 after Training enter, Gainesville. 421 W. MADISON ST. & TOOL PRODUCTS WANTEDWILL ,
guaranteed 1 year. 4 p.m. 2tp 4/12 Fla. ItchgBUYING Gainesville, Fla.
Aluminum gutter white ena- .j i iI
mel. COOL SEAL FOR MOBIL I\e Ph. 376-2533 TRAIN A MATURE PERSON :
\ :
HOME RO c5FS.) 3/4 mile N. FILL DIRT-Beach sand, clay any condition U. S.25 Silver%over coins face, 13 r S SAVE S I I

301. Rogers Upholstery.964- & fill. truck service Old coins & CADILLAC
Dump>. coin collectionswanted.Paying FRED DAVIS UNitUKM i iI
8350. 4/26 '
r 4tp & .tractor woik. Keystone. market price.. .. MILLERrewa "t
Heights. Hank Bruning 473- Phone for appointment. J. R. Q BUICK PONTIAC I ,
LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast 4761. 4tp 4/26 Bulllngton 964-7271 or 964- GMC TRUCKS 441 E. Brown!.. Starke. Flo. ,

with X-11 Diet Plan, $3.00. 6250. tfchg ".A LITTLE RIDE CAN A.._ ___ __ __ _______ .
REDUCE Excess Fluids with WATSON'SHOUSE "O O"
Back Gua- SAVE YOU A LOjy;;
X-Pel 300.Money OF VACUUMS
rantee at Koch Drug.. 12 tp Many brands of new vacuums A DAY GREEN COVE SPRINGS; VOLKSWAGENNew
6/21 $39.00 up. Used machines I WANTEDFarm
from $10. Expert Repairsall HOUSE( FOR SALE with purchase of Blue Lustre & Used

HOUSE Painting contract 01 makes. Parts and Accessories Sales S.rvlceJIIJ! Acreage Homes
hourly basis. Call 964-5559 for all vacuums. Built j LONG CHAMPHome

after 5 p.m. 4tp 5/3 In systems.Central 712 vacumn N.Main,cleaning Gainesville DEVRICK INC. I Mi. North of the Mall Highest Prices Paid

376-7110 FOR SALE-3BRtramehouse 301 E. Coll St. and Building! GAINESVILLE
heat)
SINGER SEWING MACHINESat SR-IOO south. Central
the only Singer dealershipin air. Carpeted.Phone 964-7833 Stark., Fla. MaterialsWE BUYERS WAITINGCALL

Bradford County area. Sin- after 6 p.m. 2tp 4/6 964-6163 BUILD-

ger Zig-Zag machines startat FOR RENT 1 MARTIN CAMPERS
only $67.00.We serviceall r NATIONAL mortgage company "Your Plans Or Ours BILL POWELL BROKER
makes sewing machinesand has two four bedroom, 2 Refinishing Your Lot Or Ours." U.S. 90 West Lake City

Vacuum cleaners. 138 E. bath homes for sale on 1/2 i FREE ESTIMATES Phone 752.3723
Call, Starke. 3tchg 4/26 acre wooded lots. Low down For Best Selection Of TELEPHONE
FOR RENT- bedroom fur- All T7pas Of Remodeling
Repair
payment. Call and see how
TEACHER will add 2 or 3 nished apartment. 964-5065. It Is to of these UphoUteryC.blnet Additions TRAVEL TRAILERS
easy own one 14tI Y.J .
piano students. Beginning Mayor ltchg homes. Call collect Ocala 622- 4'v/. vd Work Homes Bought Sold MINI-HOMES 964-6464
June. Beginners or advanced -
8118. tfchg TradedACREAGE TRUCK CAMPERSAND

hours 6. to 964-7710 8 p.m. Itp between private FOR RENTNice bath in private room home.with Specializing In FOR SALE TOPPERSFull 24 Hours A Day

964-6053. ltchg Piano RefinishingAnd 94453Hwy. Line Of Parts And
LICENSED electrician and
HOUSES FOR RENT ReconditioningC. 301 S. Starke TF \ Service TP
sub-contractor to do all types FOR RENTfurnished mobile
home remodeling work. Also homes. Central heat & E. JACKSON
welding. Speedy service. 964-. air. SR-IOO on Lake Geneva.
1313 W. Madison StaveRAY'S HIPP TRACTOR CO.
8087. ItpBULLDOZING Swimming & fishing. La- FOR RENT- bedroom nice- < HJ

gasse's Park. 4734753.Itp ly furnished house. Adults OLiNS MOBILE HOME SALES T.I.phon.372.3464

& Wheel Tractor no pets. Call after
work by the hour or job. 5490. Itp 4:30.964- HWY. 100 W. PH. 964.5606 ;i-111_ "r' FARM MACHINESNew

Goetzman Brothers garage. .FOR RENT12', wide Mobile ELECTRIC See Our NewSelection :m- :

Keystone Heights Fla. Ph. homes outside city limits' J.. FOR RENT- summer cottages -. & Used
473-3104 or 473-3183. 4tp IB.: White. Ph. 964Blli.rtfehtr A/C. KIngsley Lake. Residential or Doublewides
4 Mi. North U.S. 441
5/3 By week. Call 533-2366 after Commercial We Also Have New And Used Household on

FOR RENT six. ltchg Industrial Furnishings For Sale. GAINESVILLE FLA.

WANTED- R Tit! nark .ion -gar. Noon; nark On "und" 4/73 1
acres land to Store Or Office Bldg. FOR RENT- bedroom 2 bath Licensed & Bonded 'Where Service I II The Better
build home on. Call Jerry house. Call 533-2366 after six.
Deley 725-9194 Jacksonville2tp 24' x 36' Itchg Idea"r r
EstimatePh.
45EARL'S Fr.
Located In Lake Geneva STARKE BUILDERS

land clearing dozer Hwy 100 473.3681 A Complete Building Service

work & fill dirt. Free esti- Call 473-4372 Or Cason'a AUTOMOBILES Phone 964-5270 219 E. St. PINEHURST GROCERY AND VARIETY STORE
Washington
mates. KIngsley Lake Ph.533- No Job Too Small
USEDFOR
Groc. Starke Fla.
2147. 8tp 5/31 Special One Week Only On

CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL
Reduce safe & fast with Go-;
MATERIAL
DOUBLE KNIT
Bese Tablets & E-Vap "wa- SALE1962 Olds & 1964 "The Ho Wax Floor" S 4.r.omDletelv .59
0. C. CirMts
ter pills". Andrews Pharmacy Ford. Good NirMry
4tp 419TYPEWRITERS r HELP WANTED 1WAITRESS 964-8713 after condition.5. I lip Call Thousands of Plants In"tallf'-i Compare At S6.50 P" Sq. YeI. $4.99 Now $3.99HWY

Fruit Trees, Shade Trees, i
$3." NOW $2.99
Evergreens Camellias, BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTURED Store Hours
100 East
ADDING Machines FOR SALE1966 4 dr. Falr- Azol_.. Ro... 7 Days A
Of St Weeks
& lane 500 with 289 V8 HI LOW NYLON rke-I Merrell And Chrl.Mn. D.
Cash Registers' wanted B&G res- engine. Most In Cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
cleanedrepaired.. STARKE taurant and truck, stop. Now A/C. In good condition $550. Many Colon To Choo. From $6.97
TYPEWRITER SERVICE 782- under new management. Apply Phone 473-4896. lip 23 Mi. S.E. Of Stark., gse..ds r.H.A Sp.eHle.Uon.Compl.t.l .
3020. 4tp412SHEET In 4/19 In.t.n.d .. Rubb.r Peddlnl P. Sq. YeI. .
person. 4tp Hwy. 100 0" :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::sswft::::::::::::::::aws3ft::::: :::::::::::.::::::
Floraheme 659.2165 :
ROCK hanging & FIn- E.W. PRINGLE SHAG j!
WAITRESS wanted B&G NOTICE
ishing. Ceilings crowfooted restaurant & truck stop. Now I 100" Continuous Fn. Nylon The Carpet With The How look) i
or swirled, stucco & plaster under new management. Apply ROOFING CO. Many Colon To Choo. From :::

patching.stone finish Simulated on old brick or new or in person. 4tp 4/19 CARL BEGGS Com;>lotely In.telled Over Rubb.r Padding P. Sq. Yd. 57.9S ;:'I!1 R.O. Simmons EquipmentS

buildings. Ph. 782-3896 No Job To Big Or To small Gulf Service: .:{":.
HAIR Has Moved To Starke
or 7823578. 4tchg 412. STYLIST needed. Call
475-2211 collect.: 4tchg 4/12
WANTED- Used furniture,refrigerators I .

mer's Discount, washers.House-tfchg Dah- HELP WANTED- male or female ALL WORKGUARANTEED I USEDPARTS Sewing Operators |I All Your Poultry '

.- estate. Rapidly firm, expanding real Experienced 'Preferred But We Will Train.If j
planning on open- I f Equipment NeedsHOURS
HOME REMODELING JOBS Ing a branch office in Starke.
Permanent
Need registered Real Estate You Are Seeking Regular
done also small appliance I
; salesmen and/or brokers t k ><
work. Prompt service.. Call willing to work in a broker For Most Makes (If Cars s Employment. 0;'
964-8087. 5tp 4/12 salesman capacity. For Free Estimates t MON FRI. 8 to 5 i r
appointment for interview call 24 Hr. Wrecker Service j' Cadillac Uniform' Co.
''WE NOW HAVE diamond nee-, 904-732-7101 collect, ask for 317 E. Srownlee, Stark., Fla.
model 964-8961 301 N. Waldo 441 E. Brownlee
.dies for any make or John R. Dykes RegisteredReal Hwy. I


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Jacksonville :Moose! LocljieKI Of Filing Equipment

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DirectoryAuto ( 1 And Supplies

The Following new officers
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were elected last week by the "' 4 Drawer Ltr. Hon Files 300 Series $79.50
Sales and Service Starke :Moose Lodge:C.R.lIu- \ ?
son Governor; Leroy Grlffls, .
Parri Motor Junior Governor; Don Esford, Io"' : : 4 Drawer Lgl. Hon Files 300 Series $93.25
Prelate; O.L. Brown, Trea-
surer; Cleon Griffis, Three-
SALES SKRVICKFARTS year Trustee. Filing Cabinets, Storage Boxes, Card Files, Card Cabinets, Storage Files .
voLVo Mr. and :Mrs. Woodrow Grlffls Harold Archer, Union FFA, Charlol-Angus Cross.
held a wedding reception -
for their daughter Viola, School! If winAffected/ k
Always flood l'rd Can who was married to Bruce
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121 wan St. Ph. 355tS II ague wood, In the lodge last The Florida Supreme Court said that school boards are 1 Ia .::.
_.r._ Friday night. A large groupof last week reversed an earlier part of. the executive branchof
PI.\NOS members and guest atten- decision and, In a 4-3 vote, governmentnotjudlclal--
ruled that county school and therefore their meetings
YAMAHA PIANOS ded.The annual Governor's Ball boards must abide by the must be open to the public.
CONN: : and KIMBALL: will be held April 21 startingat State's Government In the Sun The decision Involved the
ORfiHI.XK.M.I. : 0\"liS 9 p.m., and will be a semi- shine Law. suspension of Gainesville High REFERENCE FILES Quality at an economical
formal dance honoring the new Judge James C. Adklns.wri- School student Michael Can- price. Developed For light to medium
and old officers. ting the majority opinion, ney. use requirements. Perfect aligning
.. cradles have ten nylon rollnrs assuring
you smooth drawer action. Cabinets are
will lawn 26'i"' deep with 25" of Inside filing space
Snapper cut
your per drawer. Has aluminum handle label-
holder thumb latch follow block and
vacuum grass leaves and light guide rod. Letter size la 15" wide,legal 18" f d1
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OIUJANSRoosev.lt Mall; : 388.8519 litter at the same time. -

2929 N. W. 13th Goinnvlll
With the Snapper (
FURNITURE grass b C
catcher attachment -
you can I

FURNITUREAT DISCOUN actually vacuum clean you lawn as P

Complete.. you mow. No more hours of tedious FILE FACTS FEATURES
Household 2 drawer files are used beside your deskor \I Bottom of case Is formed with two 00 de
urnishinqt raking.The In private offices gree bends for rigidity. Heavy steel corner
Snapper grass catcher holds six S 3 drawer files are normally found In gussets reinforce case also serve as glides.
Up Tn 40% Savings full bushels. And it in seconds. i counter or service functions
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empties file b)I All steel Is phosphatlzed
"standard" for
a 4 drawer files are the rust resistance
Balder Chair Co But there's more to this great Snapper option PRONTO STORAGE FILES Constructedof found to be the most convenient to workat. then electro-statically sprayed and

64! Coittt 1 Blork than just how good it is. Another thing is where heavy-duty flbreboard reinforced with finish.the enamel baked providing excellent
it
important is: steel banding on the outside shell. Cases a 5 drawer files are about 8" higher than
Jock.onv3d.1741 From!! I 1.10 mounted on the back, instead of sticking out on the side like most can be stacked and Interlocked Follow to blocks meet 4 drawer but provide 25% more file : Perfect aligning cradle
any capacity requirement. space In the same area as a 4 drawer with three crossties -
mowers. With the Snapper grass catcher behind you, you have and bases are available to complete In- file. Is equipped with 10 nylon rollers for
AUTO ELECTRIC maximum maneuverability and the easiest handling possible. stallation. All numbers are olive green. silent extra smooth drawer action.

PEAVY: Brothers The Snapper riding mower. The mower that cuts and LIBERTY STORAGE BOXES-Makes filing

Electric Co., vacuums at the same time. Let UsServe and storing of Inactive business record
easy fast conslstant and economical. Features
Alternators {rdl c.
Starter double-walled
Generators Regulators McDunouijh" Equipment,Inc. A subsidiary of Fuqua I Industries. Inc YouWe're back and bottom. One construction piece constructionno front

( tape on bottom) for easy set up. Knocks

AUTO TRUCK down flat for storage'until re-uue. Dust-
JOE'S SAW SHOP As Close As Your proof. spill-proof cover with tension button
DIESEL Letter Size $2.60 closure keeps box tightly closed even when
4044 Telephone: 964-6305 dropped. Letter and legal sizes are heavy-
Lenox Av. Jax. Legal Size $2.85
duty. 250 Ib. test, corrugated flbrubounl .
337.2528 224 E. Washington Ave.- Starker Fla.- Ph. 964-7580 with retractable "....,..p" h,,,,,...

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