Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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No. 39 Thursday, May 10, 1973 Copy :

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No Interest County Asks State DOT .

Improving To Rebuild Brooker Road


In an unexpected

move Monday, the

Bradford Band Bradford County

CC BelievesFuture Commission a-

t"p greed to ask the

of downtown Starke was dis- P I, Gets Excellent Florida Depart-*

cussed again by the Starke-Bradford t ment of Transpor-

County Chamber of Commerce Boardof tation to rework and

Directors at its luncheon meeting Rating At StateBradford resurface SR-18

Thursday, but no decision for any typeof and SR-227 from
Brooker east to US-
renewal action
was made. School's Concert
High band
w 301 south of Stark
The chamber's Indecision work being done by the local F P ,yr made a rating of excellent at State
stems, the board members merchants and landowners. Commission Chairman
stated, from the lack of Interest There are no federal funds Band Competition in Tallahassee last Ralph Bryan told the Boardhe
of Call Street mer- available for such improve- s. Thursday-Saturday. conferred with DOT officials -
chants ments unless I last week In a road
themselves.The cham- public housing
ber board did not drop the is Involved, Myers reported. In layman's words, the band as a whole played were meeting In Lake City; and
I band received a rating of the March Song 'Thumbs he Indicated to him
subject of downtown restora- The Starke Chamber, he says, that
tion completely, however. is willing to sit down with about B-Plus, while other soloists (S.. Page 6)Union ) DOT Is ready to move on
made other
merchants and land quartets SR-18 if the Is
Instead the matter will be ownersat county ready
any time and plan. "' ratings. to buy the right-of-way. After -
mentioned again In the Cham- "But the, Chamber can't do ll.....,.. Sandy Morgan did a solo Co. a brief discussion the
ber's monthly newsletter In it all." ". Baton twirling act and made board voted unanimously to
hopes merchants will show superior highest rating while
some Interest. The Chamber has sponsored ? Cathy Casey also receiveda Youth 17 request DOT to rebuild the

"Don't you think the new several meetings In attemptsto : i superior rating for her road.The
get a downtown renovation <: road designated is SR227
( piccalo solo.A .
shopping center and the -
possibility from US-301 for about
project moving, but none has brass quartet of Jim
of some stores closing far.Jax. .M1f 1 SqueezedTo four miles before It inter-
would bring more Inter- gone Trampton, Llllie Brock Tensler Susan sects SR-18 west of Hampton
Faulkner and Robin
est on the part of the mer- .. Lake, then SR-18 goes through
chants?" asked John Bradley ManSentenced 'l_ '/ i.-11.O. M, ,' -. received a rating by Judges DeathUnion Graham and on to Brooker.
.,, of excellent.
of Southern Discount. .q -.r w. It Is an old, narrow roadin
Glen Mullins ForestBlank-
"It's possible. What do poor condition, considered -
think of a meeting?"was Pre you .. .. enshlp, Jimmy Brownlee, and County High Schooler the worst pavement in the
sident Marc Jackson's com- In B&E CaseA Perry Bryan combined for Kerwin Clyatt 17, was killed county. Many requests have
ment. a saxophone quartet and came Saturday during late afternoon been made for its improve-
20 'J o -a back with an excellent rating. hours when he was squeezedto
"We could try, Chamber year old Jacksonville K,1 '>c. ment.
Executive John Myers said. man, Randy Earl .' .(t, Brownlee also participatedin death by a falling dump Since both roads are primary
He cited Interest shown In Lyles, was handed an indeterminate .. a tenor saxophone solo truck bed In the Worthington roads, the state will
downtown'renovation by sev- -- sentence of six" '. and made an excellent rating.In Springs area of Union County. bear construction costs. The ..j
eral land owners, including months to 10 years'In CJrI I "r" ',"' a twirling duet, Anita Clyatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. county will be responsible for '
the late Lex Green, Mrs. Leila cult Court on May 3 after LW' .' ... Green and Sandi Morgan per- Kenneth Clyatt of Lake But- purchasing necessary right-
Mundy, and owners of the pleading guilty to breaking ..; formed for Judges for an ler was working for his of-way. The commission accepted -
Eagle DeVane DepartmentStore. and entering with Intent to "' excellent rating. brother, Melalne Clyatthaul- as a foregone conclusion
commit a felony. "" The three songs that the that the DOT will not Improve -
";.... 0ro. .0-.:.,.. (See Page 5))
But President Jackson'ssuggestion Lyles was charged with the road without widening
to suggest a reno- four breaking and enterlngs ., ....{ ;, ., ,, It.
vation once again In the Cham- and with two auto theftsIn ":''' Boards Ok Local Bill The board emphasized it
ber newsletter was the only Bradford County. He does not want the portion of
one acceptable to the boardof pleaded guilty to and was .4 r SR-18 around Hampton Lake,
governors. "Tell them the sentenced for breaking Into 9it : Giving Old CourthouseTo between SR-227 and US-301,
Chamber of Commerce Is Dave Shuford's American Oil improved now.Resurfacing.
ready to do anything In Its Service Station In Lawtey '-' .. the Brooker
power to help," Jackson in- January 31. Historical road came up a few weeks
structed. Lyles was given credit I A SocietyA ago when the DOT announced
Bradley said he has talkedto by Judge George L. Patten ,r ; plans to this year improveand

some merchants, and pre- for three months time special act creating a ty, this state and nation cer- widen SR-16.r 1.35 miles
sent attitude on Call Street he served in the county jail. seven member Bradford tain historic landmarks and west from US-301 In Starketo
Is now to wait and see what Judge Patten also ordered Those tivo's are not so terrible County Historical Board of other Items. The bill designates Green Acres. County Com-
effect the new Bradford Squarenow that Lyles be given psychla- Trustees, empowered to take the old courthouse as missioners then stated they
under construction, will triac treatment by the Division .sp.clally when they make th.m Ilk. this. title to the old courthouseas a historic site. didn't see how that could be
have. of Corrections. a historic site was approved The members of the Boardof Justified with SR-18 In the
Myers brought the subjectup The defendant has previous Sure, they bother you when you'd rather not b. But they also run ahead to pick up Monday by the Board Trustees will be appointed shape It's In. The board was

by reporting that other record of B&E's and had the morning paper. Th.y climb 'Into your lap for breakfast; your eggs taste better than of County Commissioners and by the Governor and will unwilling to spend any of
area towns, he mentioned Live not long been released from one Moth.r fixed them. "AI'>DeDeU a cute way of saying "yes". You can't refuse Tuesday by the Bradford serve for staggered terms. county's secondary road funds
Oak, Palatka, and Leesburgas the State Prison at Ralford, those upstretehed arms even though they wake up at six every morning. School board and carried to The County Commission for right-of-way on SR-16.
cities according to Sheriff Questioned by The Tel-
near Starke's size, Dolph Tallahassee Tuesday by County
have made little progress on Reddish. This Is Julie Ferguson, a typical' two. Attorney Gene Shaw for created under home rule a- egraph, Deputy District DOT
downtown a year ago a County Engineer Walter H. Skinner
restoration. introduction at the current
legislative session. Commission to administer said the reason scheduled the
Live Oak has an architect's the old courthouse, SR-16 project is that DOT
plan for downtown Improve- GOV. ASKEW ATTENDS PARADE Shaw, who drew up the bill, but due to technicalities ofa realizes and is taking Into
ment and redevelopment, but state statute prohibiting the consideration
----- --- -- said it would permit the Bradford that Bradford
has done nothing with It In School Board from disposingof
County School Board, County "has for years been
two years. present owners of the old property without compen- strapped for funds to buy
Palatka has spent $9,000for Local Guardsman Receives courthouse, to deed the facility sation, title to the site was right-of-way.
an architectural study for to the Historical Boardof never transferred to the Com-
improvements which would Trustees, and give the trustees mission. Shaw said the new "We've been thinking of the
cost some $16 million. Myers the right to acquire, restore special act would overcome county's position, we Just
termed that plan grandioseand this difficulty haven't talked to them aboutit
preserve, ,reconstruct -
reported no progress. Best Drilled Soldier Awardby reproduce, and The County Commission was recently," said Skinner a
Leesburg has made some operate for the use, benefit, also asked to make an annual few weeks ago. He explainedthen
progress improving its down- education, recreation, enjoy- appropriation from its reve- that DOT is aware that
town, Myers said, with theSPRING Jim' H.nd..n I / Guard in the country." ment, and general welfare of nue sharing funds to help with SR-227 and SR-18 from US-
jt the people of Bradford Coun- the maintenance of the buildIng 301 to Brooker needs resur-
CAMP BLANDING, FLA., "I have a temendous amountof facing. Skinner said then DOT
wa-am+ pride In the Guard," he will not resurface
May 7--A Starke man was Members of the original SR-18 to
4e among those honored here concluded, "and I am here primary specifications with-
(bee Page 6))
today to thank you for your Cycle Hits
Friday afternoon during the out the normal 120 feet of
: annual review and paradeof efforts from a very grate- rightofway.SR18 .
the 53rd Infantry Brigadeof ful state."
Side Of CarAlan on DOT
J the Florida National Guard The Governor presentednine Rain HelpsStraivberries boards has been scheduled planning

1 SP4 Leaton U. Morgan awards during the ceremony Gene Watson was treat within the next two or three

of Co D. 53d Support Battal- % J !/ / giving eight Florida ed for minor injuries and years Skinner said, when he
.,/ Distinguished Service Medals released from the Bradford
ion, Starke, was the recipient Ir hoped the county; would be
of the award for being and the Governor's Trophy. County Hospital Saturday after A half-inch rain Monday in a better position to pur
the best drilled soldier at Battery A, 2/116 field artillery he drove the motorcycle he night broke Bradford Coun- chase the necessary right-
of Bartow won the was riding into the side ty's
annual training. month-long dry spell and of-way.
SP4 Morgan won the awardin trophy for being the outstand- of a car at the intersection helped the strawberry crop The commission has accrued
CONCERT ing unit in the state during of SR-16 and Water Street which
competition during the was beginning to show some $188,000 In sec-
first week which ended last calendar year 1972. Saturday at 7:30 p.m. the effects of the drought. ondary road funds in the past

Monday, May 14 Friday with the parade. Receiving the Florida Distinguished Driver of the 1970 Chevrolet Highland got the most rain few years. No paving work

Gov. "Reuben Askew and Service medal were car was headed southon Monday, reporting .9 Inch, has been done or right-of-
By Music StudentsOf Air Force Lieutenant Larry LTC Robert F. Enssltn, Tam- Water St. coming to the Santa Fe fire tower recorded way purchased due to the small

Bradford Middle' School Price of Orlando, the latter pa, the Brigade Executive intersection and pulled out .5 while New River was amount of secondary road
a former POW, were among Officer; LTC Donald E. in front of Watson who was the driest spot, with only one- funds available to the-coun
Theme: the special guests on the Woods 2/116 FA, Lakeland; heading east on Sr-16. The tenth. __ ty.The
reviewing stand for the ))a- LTC Charles V. Emerson, two collided, according to Leon Norman said that he $188,000 and the pos
Pollution 2/124 Infantry Battalion,Orlando sibility of using some of its
rade.It Starke Policemen Claude Har- and Morris Carter were the
Find was the Governor tint SP4 Leaton U. Morgan of Co. D, 53d Support Battalion !; MSG Gerald S. Griffin only two berry growers still expected $300,000 (by the end
A Solution
visit to a National Guard .Starke, accepts congratulations' from Brigadier HHD, 53rd Support Battalion dee.Damages to both vehiclesis shipping to the local markets.All of fiscal 72-73) In federal
since office St. Petai MAJ Horace'lvlnRston estimated at $300 to the revenue sharing funds for
parade assuming : General other growers have open-
Admission Kennedy C. Bullard after being' named the best S4 Tampa right-of-way makes it
Brigade pos
three years ago. car and $275 to the motor- ed their field to the you-pick-
Free At BMSCommunity Gov. Askew praised the drilled soldier' during' annual training.' ; MAJ Albert Dixon, Brigade cycle. Its. sible for the commission to

Guard for 1U efforts and S2; MSG Ronald Luplen.1SG. The motorcycle movingat Norman said move ahead on the Brooker
c-y"/ ued "I know that It Is difficult emergencies and you must was they will con-
HHC ISG road.
said the state owes the organization sometimes to be be ready well as availa Tampa; and 30 mph and the car at tinue shipping at least through
m;Ii r (! a debt of thanks. reservist."It a ble." 2/116 Joseph FA G. Unrue, Btry A, 10 mph at the point of !impact next week as quality is good, On another Project Commissioner -
Bartow. George Roberts
according to the traffic and plants are still loaded
"I want to to
state Sank say you has not been my policy at said a DOT representative
"I sat.fit to use you MG report. with bloom and fruit. They
today, Askew told the 2,500 Henry W. Mc MIllan,
to call out the Guard Suwannee contacted him about the
the county
every Miami and at
Pearlle Perry Albert
Guardsmen state adjutant was might pick even longer, unless -
"thatyoureffortsare general,
A.wr. ........ U. not going unnoticed." time someone throws a firecracker River floods," he continued, sented the Adjutant General's charged with violation of his the weather gets too hot. request for DOT to do drain-
T. 0.000 tr, into a pizza parlor," "and the federal officials driver's license restrictionsand Berries still age and grading engineering
"..... 0.- --CAS .,. "Having once been" in the said the Governor, "but I in Miami told me that we Award to Co A, 2/124, Clear- violations of rightofwayby round $4 are per flat bringing, Norman a- on the ,Pleasant Grove Road

reserves myself, he conttn- will rely on you In dire state have the very best National (Se..Pag. 6)) Patrolman Hardee. said. (S.. Pege 5))

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ssarl"7he t r Yhe& Club I M..NngsP.rtls
o la iT
V 1 / e Y Personals ..1>

S1\owers Births
(GlaJ's foot),. Society F.ditor,.9M7608

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UDC Members Home EC Assn. Sets LuncheonListening Middle School Plans Concert May 14 I

Have Annual
7 entitled "Pollution. .
14 at Finda
A Legislative On Monday, May
The Spring luncheon meet- -
May LuncheonMembers ing of the Central Florida 'HowTofor Those Who Wantto p.m. the music students
Home Economics Associationwill Express Their Opinions the Middle School will pre- Admission is free and the
of W.T. Weeks be held May 19 at 12:30 More Effectively". sent their spring concert. public is invited to attend.
chapter UDC held their annual p.m. at the Flagler Inn In Reservations for the lunch- The program will be presented
May luncheon-meeting Gainesville. Mrs. Grace eon must be made with Mrs. Instrumentals will open the In the Middle.School...
I Hodgeson, Legislative Chair- Calvin (Thayla) Adams In program with several num- ,
''U L 4llr.k man of the Gainesville League Gainesville before May 11.The bers, and the chorus will follow 11 mailers not whose! ox I it
Mrs. of Women Voters, will speakon next meeting of the Association with their skits and songs gored; the big thing Is hObe| ,
L.F. "Are You Speaking or Just will be held in the fall. tax loophole gets plugged.

Sr., .

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sident Mrs.,

Woman' Club Officers Installed Saturday at the May Breakfast are (I.,) Mrs. Robert FoR MoTNER (pRTHE6b fOR THE GRAD Qd
will Barktdale, Mrs. R.V. Turner, Miss Flossy. Jennings, Mrs. Olin White, Mrs. Douglas
Mundy. Hardy, Mrs. S.W. Hamilton, and Mrs. M.E. Helms, Installing officer. Jewelry That Says You

Mrs.Mrs. Woman's Club Installs OfficersAt ATTENTION/ BRIDES Care

.ed uiai 1,.+ .... Colorful Annual May BreakfastMembers For Mothers Day .
gone and guests of the formed In front of the man- S. W. Hamilton; first vice-
Woman's Club enjoyed tel In the lounge. Greeting president, Mrs. Douglas Hardy -
annual May Breakfast guests at the door was Mrs. ; second vice-president, A.C. Williams Can Reset MOTHER'S RINGS
May 5,. In a virtual Olin White, second vice pres- Mrs. Olin White; third vice-
Garden". ident. Mrs. S. W. Hamilton, president, Mrs. R. V. Turner Mothers Or Grandmothers
Sets president of the Senior Club ; fourth vice-president,
of seasonal mixed flo-
headed the receiving line,fol- Mrs. Robert Barksdale; recording
IN 14
On were used the club In profusion lowed by Mrs. M. E. Helms, secretary, Mrs.W.H. Diamondslnto A Lovely
rooms. Jacksonville District Four Hart SOLID GOLD
; corresponding secre-
foyer im-
St. arrangement was an of Director of the Florida Federation tary, Mrs. John Greene;treasurer Ring Of Your
of Women's Clubs; Miss Flossye Jennings.
ty met dock In a tall Sim
; urn.
2, In [ arrangements were used Mrs. J. D. Dukes, presidentof Mrs. W. B. Mundy was I
the Starke Junior Club; chairman of the Breakfast and Choice
Mrs. the corners of the auditor-
ing. and Miss Debbie Spengler, was assisted by Mrs. Charley ,
president of the Little Wo- Johns and the social committee. -
teered Mrs. The receiving line was men. In Any Arrangement You May ,
Also receiving were the new A BIRTHSTONE
offered and reinstated members:Mrs. yr Desire for EACH MEMBER of her
Ed Wainwright, Mrs. P. L. .
June. Griffin FAMILY set into one of these i --
Bridges, Mrs. ,
ing Mrs. Mrs. Wayne C. Douglas, Mrs. beautiful jewels... each piece
Nell Tucker,Mrs.E.W.Hodges Mr Williams Has Achieved A High Degree available in from 1 to 7 birth NOW
sons Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. stones of choice.
Plans C. N. Christy, Mrs. W. C. Of In your
Expertise Jewelry Repair and 'Diamond
Powell, Mrs. Ervin Andrews,
Mrs. Reddish Andrews, Mrs.J. MADE( UP IN
Parish II. Mlneslnger, Mrs. CarlL. w Setting B Completing Advance "
when Ib. w_ ) Course MOTHERSBRACELETS ONE D\\ y
icants hospital.'U Johns, Mrs. F. J. Shaw,
Mrs. George Roberts, Mrs.W. .
M. Denton, Mrs. C. R. At The Holland School For Jewelers In
Braswell, Mrs. M. G. Boyce, I
\ .... Sr.. and Mrs. Nell Crawford. Selma Ala With Attachments For All
Seated at the speakers' table
p.m.planned and given special recognition + THE CHILDREN'S PICTURES
den were the following past
presidents of : Mrs.
ofeWest JUNIORS!
Parker K. G. Duncan Point, 1974-75
Ga. Mrs. John Griffin, Mrs.II. .y
C. Bitch, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman -

. ,be, ,... Mrs. R. A. Green,
I Si -
"Church."the' Sr.Mrs., Mrs.A.Russell C. H.Norman Nasworthy,Mrs., 1 f r Your Cliw; Ring 114 A'oir OnDisplay

'duates Judy Whitehead E. A. Hall, Mrs. J. A. Griffin M eng-McC/lure r .J
Mrs. Guy Sale, and Miss In Our Store.
Graduates From Della Rosenberg. Wedding Date / l .,
Mrs. Mrs. L. G. Powell gave the r, .
Lester Fla. Jr. CollegeMiss Invocation and Mrs. Hamilton Set For June 15 IN A MONTH YOU
of introduced the guests. 'S 4
Judy Whitehead Special donations for the Mr. and Mrs. Paul I. Mengof '' WILL HE AltLK TO
usable of Mr. and Mrs. building fund were received Hampton Lake announcethe ; r:
Parish Whitehead of Kingsley from the Junior Woman's engagement and approaching ; i WEAR
May Is a 1973 graduate of Club, Mrs.O.L.Beasley,Mrs.J. marriage of their daugh- : A .. THISRESPECTED
Junior College where W. KIncaid, Mrs. L. G. ter, Phyllis Irene, to Kenneth 0 1 ;-
Sale to received an associate of Powell and Mrs. K. G. Dun Paul McClure of Gainesville, SYMBOL
Starke Degree. She Is a BUS son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
and Is employed at can.Mrs.. Helm, guest speaker, Kenneth A. McClure of MI- f OF YOUR AC A : KACHIEVEMENT.
ed Luke's Hospital In Jack- gave a short address con-
tance cerning the recent conventionof ami.The wedding will take placeat 1 .
local the Florida Federation of St. William's Church, Key-
The Women's Clubs held in Miami stone Heights, on Friday,June
held in Southside PTA Beach. and told of chan- 15, at 7:00 p.m. it W, Hove Custom Created Rings
will ges to be made in club policy. All friends and relativesare
altar To Meet May 15 She also Installed the follow- Invited to attend. A111d ll By John Roberts.
ing officers for the 1973-74 ::::; 1r
club year: president, Mrs. The Maker Of The "Worlds Finest
The Southside
will meet Tuesday, May McClellanGayDate You May Design Your Ring To Your Own Taste To Reflect Class Rings"! .

at 7:30.p.m. In the school Christening Set June 1 Your Personality. S .
Little Wendy Ayn Mussollne,

A talent show will be pre- John daughter Mussollne of Mr. of and Crystal Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Come In Now And Order Your Class Ring
McClellan of Lake City announce -
Mr. by the fifth grade. Of- Lake was christened Sunday AtWILLIAMS
for the 1973-74 the engagement and
ons of year morning at St. Monica Catho- *
birth of be elected and Install- lic Church in Palatka. approaching marriage of their
daughter, Verena Gall, to
on May Godparents are the baby's
Stephen W. Gay, son of Mr.
morial uncle and aunt, Tom Drusaof
A nursery will be provided. and Mrs.Harold Gay of Starke. JEWELRY
Orlando, and Miss Mary
Mussollne of Gainesville.
---- Outoftown guests were The wedding will be an e-

You Grow It We Mow It Mr.soline and of Mrs.Miami Joseph, Mr.Mus-and vent at the of home June of I at the 7:30 groom's p.m. I 1.U'W. Call St. ..SfnrL/ ( rvl <)III"lil.1"1/;, ,,.,. Phonc 4.7064

Mrs. Dominic Mussollne and parents. j
LAWN MOWING Charlie Kurzlel of Hazelton,
Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
SERVICEEdging ; Drusa and Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Drusa of Orlando,
And Shrubbery Trimming Mr. and Mrs. Walter:Obrin-
sid of St. Augustine, and
Miss Annette Kriesel of
ContactSTEVE Gainesville y

THOMAS Following the service a ,
picnic lunch was held at .Wberci
Phone 964-7415, 8 A.M. 5:30: P.M. the Mussollne home on Cry-
stal Lake.



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May 13. At

Green's. Temple In StarkeN. Ave. 4 F / AyPlN4 RlbiU

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Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. Ella
Mrs. Ida Lee Plummer was Mr, and Mrs. Frank Fter Christian
Moody, Mrs.
8 9J04,1 tKu\f(0CW( ) f fMr. f admitted to Alachua General of Cleveland, Ohio were Mon- sen, Mrs. Pearl Colson and
CP8' CP for observation -
I Hospital Monday day visitors of Mr. and Mrs.E. Mrs. Dora Beasley visited
and treatment.Mrs. W, Hayes. their sister, Mrs. Maude

and Mrs. Ben Williams Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey Miss Sandra Hugglns vis- Ceclle Hollenbeck has PHOTO SPECIAL Strickland, In Wlldwood Sun-
and daughter of Savannah, Ga. of Garland, Texas will be ited Mr. and Mrs. W. M. returned to her home In Van JUMBO PRINTS day.Mr.
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard transferred with DuPont to Meng at St. Petersburg Beach Etten, N. Y. for the summer. 2 FOR 1 Color On B&W and Mrs.Jeffrey Wayne
the weekend.
Williams of Tallahassee will Ore. May 21. over
Portland, With Each Roll ProcessedBULLINGTON Warren of Tampa spent the
be weekend guests of Mr. Mrs. Ivey Is the former Janet Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes weekend with his parents,Mr.
and Mrs. Mack Williams and Hardy of Starke. Mrs. K. G. Duncan of West r I r spent the weekend In Lake- .. GIFT SHOPW. and Mrs. J. D. Warren and
Mr, and Mrs. Warney Adkln- Point, Ga. Is visiting her son- land and attended the graduation Call St. Starke, Fla. attended the 50th anniversaryof
son. in-law and daughter, Mr. and of their granddaughter, Associa-
Blue Key
Mrs. Rudolph Crawford. Miss Martha Jo Deas, from Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby of Florida -
Florida Southern College on visited Mrs. Alto Carr In tion at the University
II. M. Strickland of Miamiwas ; t Sunday. Jacksonville Sunday. where Jeffrey was a past
Sunday and Monday guestof 5 ; -'w'W'; president. -
land.Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Strick- :y -

2 PHOTO JUMBO FOR 1 SPECIAl Color PRINTS On B&W I I1' !I, 1fld/terjfUf} Q

With Each Roll ProcessedBULLINGTON I MEMgEA
.. .. GIFT SHOPW. /1'

Call St. Starke Fla. ;, E .

Mrs. Wayne Harper visitedher Ii 'N\THAT ,
Jewelery brother-in-law and sis- re; DAy{ \\ ,- :
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
C as well. In Lake City Sun-
& Jay.

Mrs. L. D. Green Is ser- IF Y'OU
Accessories iously 111 In Alachua General Donna Marie Bryan Weds

To Choose Mrs. Elizabeth Tyrrell will Mr. Branson In 1st BaptistMiss

return to Farmington, Conn.
from. five-month Donna Marie Bryan ring bearer. GIVE HERFLOWERS
Thursday after a
daughter of Ralph Bryan and The bride,given In marriage
i In Starke.
stay granddaughter of Mr. .and by her father, wore a white
Mrs. Palmer Williams, and chiffon gown over bridal satin
R. E. Firth
Mr. and Mrs.
chiffon sleeves
with long full
Joseph David Branson, son
the week
In Milton! over
were with cuffs and narrow
of Mr and Mrs. Jesse Bran-
their Ensign
end visiting son
ruffles. The dress was
united In marriage
the Air Force son were
Barry Firth at
with Irish Imported
April 28 at 7 P.m. In the appllqued
Base. First Baptist Church with daisy medallions. Shi t ? 1 i ,!
Rev. Bob Cooper performingthe wore a white satin pill box:
Come In A nd See PHOTO SPECIAL nuptials. hat whch secured her floor
Centering the altar were length veil of Imported illusion BY
JUMBO PRINTS edged with the sam
four standing baskets spring
Our Fine SelectionOf 2 FOR 1 Color On B&W flowers against a backgroundof Irish daisy trim. She wor
With Each Roll ProcellledBULLI..GTO. palms, fern pots and bran- a diamond cameo necklace,
Gifts .. ... GIFT SHOPW. ched candelabra with burn- a gift from the groom, and
basket fllle
carried a white JULIAS
Call St. Staike Fla. Ing tapers.
Wide Jimmy Alvarez, organistand with white and yellow daisies ,
Miss Kay Turner was on Miss Carol Hardy, solo- and babies breath wit J c l t1 y v
Selection/ / the dean's list at North Flo- ist, presented a programof white streamers.A .
rida Junior College for the nuptial music. reception was held at
Of Books past semester.Mrs. Mark Branson attended as the Holiday Inn banquet room fLORIST
best man and the ushers where arrangements of yellow -
'1) o James Barron and were Perry Bryan, Brad and white daisies and babies ..
And Mrs. Robert Starkey of Tam- Cartr and Greg Woods. breath were placed at point I,
pa attended a stork shower Miss Debbie Bobo servedas of Interest.
Cards To and luncheon Saturday In Jacksonville maid of honor. She The bride's table was covered -
for Mrs. John Lu wore a nile green chiffon with a white lace clot Free Delivery In Starke
ChooseFrom cius. gown featuring a scoop neck over white linen and centered -
with white lace collar and by a four-tiered wedding In The Winkler BLDG Temple Ave.
Plus The Ed Torode underwent sur- cuffs. She wore a picturehat cake topped with white daisIes -
gery Saturday In the Alachua the same color as her and babies breath. This Starke, Fla. 964-7711
Bible General hospital dress, banded with daisy was flanked by silver candelabra -
Living lace and chiffon ribbons. with burning tapers.
Sgt. Richard St. John Is She carried a wooden basket Mrs. J.D. Seymour and Mrt
GIFT SHOP hospitalized at Camp Bland- filled with yellow and Ed Harris cut the bride'
Ing as the result of a pois- white daisies and babies cake.
onous bite received while on breath with pale green Mrs. C.N. Christy greets
104 W. Call St. Starke 964-7271 National Guard maneuvers. streamers. guests at the door, and standIng -
Misses Sherrl Silas, Gall In the receiving line were
PHOTO SPECIAL ,Branson and Carol Jones the bride and groom, thel BALDWIN"Chevrolet
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer -
JUMBO PRINTS served as bridesmaids In parents
Identical to the honor Williams, and the bridal, I
2 FOR 1 Color On B&W gowns attendant's, except In yellow. attendants. Christy Spa
With Each Roll Processed They wore yellow picture and Debbie Branson kept
BULLINGTON.. .. GIFT SHOPW. hats with daisy lace band the bride's book. Olds
BULLINGTOIVS Call St. Starke, Fla. and chiffon ribbons. They The punch table was covered -
carried wooden baskets filled with a white lace clo1h
of St. Petersburg with yellow and white over yellow linen and was
John Flynn Jr.
Is daisies and babies breath centered with a silver punchbowl Better Buys
Junior College
with yellow streamers. encircled with greenery
week between se-
home Christy Barley was flower and yellow daisies.

I. mesters. -. girl and Justin Williams was Mrs.Assisting Danny in Jackson serving, were Mn, 1973 Old Cutlass; "S" 1972 Chevrolet;
Gwen Moxley, Mrs. Lenwoc Coupe Dark Green With White Kingswood Estate, 9 Pass.
Richard Kit-
Bobo chalne., and Mrs. Top This Is Like Brand New Wagon, Real Nice Wagon All

Following a wedding trip Car With Power Steering, The Way, Clean And Ready For
to Tampa the couple Market is residing Power Brakes, Air Condition, Summer Vacation.
at 397 W.
Road. Automatic Transmission, Vinyl
s The bride is a 1971 graduate Trim And Top New New New. $3,995:
of BUS and is employed
In the Bradford County Clerk'' 53 ,888
The groom Is a 1972 graduate 1972 Chevrolet/ 19721'I'flIf'/
of BUS and Is employ)
at Florida Pest Control 111 Impala Four Door Sedan, Dark Malibu Coupe, Red And White

Starke. Green Paint With Power Steering, Power Steering, Power Brakes,

Power Brakes, Air Condition, Air Condition, Auto matic

Automatic Transmission, Spare Transmission, 21,000 Miles,
Mrs. E. M. Davis spent
the weekend with her sis has Never Been Down, Only "Sharp Little Car" Great Car

ters, Mrs. P. E. Stone and< 12,000 Miles We Sold It New For The Wife.S3,395.
Miss Mamie Anderson, In Ar-
cher. $3,195: :

TIlE INN TIME HAS 1972 Monte Curio 1970 Chevrolet Impala

PASSED BY FRIENDLY Four Door Sedan Only 48,000
Yellow And Tan, Fully Loaded Miles, One Owner Car With

RUSTIC \With Air Condition And Factory Air Condition, Power Steering,

FRYEMONT INNIn Tape System, Brand New Tires, Power Brakes, Radio & Heater

t The Great Smoky A Real Good Looking'Car. Vinyl Top And Interior Light

Mountain Of "North Yellow Paint & Clean.

Caroling SJ: ,,895 51,895'

The Most Talked About
Eating Place In The Carolina 1969 VWStation 1968 Chevrolet;

Mountains. Wagon, Very Clean With H Ton PickUp Six Cylinder,

Serving Family Style, All The Seats, Front, Center And Standard Shift, Light Green
Tennis, Golf
Swimming Pool,
Rear. New Tires All The Way Short Bed Fleetside. New
Recreation Cherokee Hall.Reservation 5 Miles To Around. "Dark Green" Clutch And Runs Good. Special

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Poo* 4'' TELEGRAPH May 10, 1973

I l
"Twelve Angry dale, Randy Chitty, Dennis
Productions a Bradford young Southern lady, moves productUon" of Frick, Gerald Crlffls, Ricky
High School Drama Club, Into their apartment buildingand Men. Cindy Jackson, Marcy Sullivan,Dale
Mrs. Tom Oliver of Fer- will present two plays covering problems start between Playing lead roles are Johns, Levy Lennon, Randy
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams nandlna Beach was a Monday three nights this and .Andy and Norman. Edwards Branson.Lisa Newman Jurorsare Martin, Nathaniel Mathewsand
will visit Mr. and Mrs. guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. next week. Andy Is played by Hal Edwards and Mark Michael Wlnstead.
Linton Taylor In Jacksonville Norman acted out by Vicki Barks-
Thursday and Saturday nightof by Lane Pow
Sunday. Joining the family will Nollman.Mr. this week Drama Produc- ell, and Sophie by Carol Blood- --.---------- -------.III.I ,. ., ......
---------------- -
be Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Par- and Mrs. Richard Dennis tions will present the "Star- worth.
rlsh of Atlanta. of Jacksonville visited Mr. Spangled Girl"starting at7:30 Twelve Angry Men Is a drama
Mrs.A. and Mrs. H. C. Edwards on / both nights In the Starke Elementary which shows an Inside picture DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Miss Lillian Stump, Sunday. School Cafeteria. of a jury room in which
S. Harrison, and Brian uNra Then Thursday, May 17, the question is premeditated STARKE
Hamilton went to the Merchandise Mrs. J. R. Kite attended Drama Productions! will put homicide. Guilty or not?
Mart in Tampa Mon the funeral of her brother- on "Twelve Angry Men." The Jury must decide. Can Phone 964-6200

in-law, F. L. Kite, in Jack r Tickets are available from one juror save a man froman
day.Mr. sonville Monday morning. any Drama Club member at Indifferent, uncaring jury? Rental I
and Mrs. Bob Williams $1 for students and $1.50 for Should a jury deliberate In Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs & Crutches.
and daughter of Jacksonville S/Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry Law- adults. Tickets are good for order to reach a decision or
were Sunday guests of Mr. son and family of Fort Walton '" both presentations. just turn the case over to KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
and Mrs. Mack Williams. Beach spent the weekend F L t I Star-Spangled Girl is a comedy the judge as deadlock? These
with Mr. and Mrs.Ewell Law- \ play about two young magazine questions will be answered In Phone 473-3176
Local admittances to Bradford son. '.?"" -:::- authors, Andy and Norman the suspenseful and dramatic
this week
County Hospital who write a subversive _. _............
Norman, restrained from ---
Mark Branson has to b - - --- -- -- -
Include: Mrs. Mary attacking fall out and their -
magazine, ,
Mrs. Alice Dwyer, Mrs.Elizabeth Mrs. R. P. McLendon is in Cindy Edwards In a tense lury room In "'12 Angry Men"to "problems arising from lack
Knoxville, Tenn.for two weeks iWEARlIJe
Akridge Mrs. Helen be staged next w.ek.I of money. To further complicate
visiting her brother and sis FORM
Myers, Mrs. Maude Fields, ,
Mrs. Mary Phillips, Earl ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Loy matters ,Sophie, a 7 ,.,(f
Goodman, George (Bubba) Cogdill, and daughter. t I v F

Mullis, Jr., Douglas Avery 1 Jimmy Andrews '
Starke Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stein- 1/ane
and Joseph Brantley, ; !
Louis Schockley, Mrs. Jean- meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Elected To
nette Cuendet and William Herlong and Mr. and Mrs. F.
V. Her long of Jacksonvilleand Student Council
P. Wilson, Keystone Heights;
The Most
Clarence Wilhelm, Lake Geneva their families were Sun- Only
day guests of Mrs. W. F.
Mrs. Viverette Hauler- 1 j.i rtt
; Jimmy Andrews son of Mr.
son, Joseph Richard,Sr.,Ral- Herlong.Mr. and Mrs. Levon Andrews of :Mod Colors To

ford; Mrs. Helen Reynolds, and Mrs. James Stroud Starke has been elected a Sophomore '
Melrose. and Mr. and Mrs.Johnny Bar- t Representative to Student Choose From
rett and family spent the week Council of the Furman
Edna Hill of Upland, 't /'
end at Disney World. University Student Govern I
Calif. is spending several ment Association for the 1973- GREY, BLACK, BLUE
weeks with her mother, Mrs. Mr and'Mrs. Frank Hick, 74 school year.A OR BROWN
Bertha Pearce. daughter, Rhonda and son, graduate of Bradford
Edward, of Pensacola are visiting w y J County High School, Jimmyhas
Robert Lee Thomas of Memphis 4t
been active in student
the William Perry fam
Term spent the first ily. t' government affairs at Furman King A uthur
of the week with his son-in- ,. as a Freshman Representativeto
law and daughter Dr. and PHOTO j t the Council He also Isa Or
Mrs. J. H. Mlnesinger. SPECIAL
member of the school's
Lane Pow.ll becomes very ups.t when he finds team. King
Mrs. Kate Sheppard returned 2 FOR 1 Color On B&W his girl friend, Carol Bloodworth, In the arms of his

visit with Sunday her from son and two family weeks, BULLINGTON With Each Roll Processed GIFT SHOPW. roommate and best friend, Hal Edwards, In "Star FFA ChaptersPlan Velvet, Maroon,
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Shep- Spangled Girl." Parent-
Call St. Starke, Fla.
pard, in Brunswick, Ga. Blue White Black '

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mil Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson Mr and Mrs. Rex Brown Son BanquetThe
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Connerand ler of Jacksonville were Sunday of Normal, Ill. are guests have moved Into their new Or Tuxtails
daughters of Orlando were dinner this week of Mr. and Mrs. home at 718 W. Market Road. Bradford Senior and
guests of Mr. and
Sunday evening guests of Mr. Mrs. C. G. Hill. John Holloway Junior Chapters of Future 0
and Mrs. Barney McRae and Gerald Boyce Jr. is improving Farmers of America will Sizes To Fit A II np 1I1ur.
family. in St. Vincent's Hospital hold their annual Parent-
Mrs. Jimmy Newman and following a heart attack. Member Banquet Thursday Short willIAm I !!.
family of Fort Lauderdale are night May 17, at 8 o'clockIn
spending this week with her the BHS cafeteria.
ONLY THE VERY RICH parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy PHOTO SPECIAL Annual awards will be madeat TO INSURE FIT PLEASE
Clemons. JUMBO PRINTS this time, and an excel
2 FOR 1 lent program has been arranged
Color B&W
CAN AFFORD CHEAP Mr. and Mrs. Johnny John- With Each Roll Processed according to Gary ORDER NOW
son and sons visited relativesin Melvin and DavidBaldreeJr.,
AIR CONDITIONING Nashville, Tenn last week. BULLINGTON GIFT SHOPW. chapter presidents.
Call St. Starke Fla
Mrs. Lex Green returned I
Quality Work Doesn't Cost It Pays last Thursday from a two Five local students were -

weeks visit with her son and among the class of 144 who ph"a
:\ BROWN REFRIGERATION daughter-In-law Dr.and Mrs. graduated from St. Johns RIver i. A.a;;
W. II. Green, at Oxon Hill, Junior College at the end } ,
.i AIR CONDITIONING Md. of Term H. They were: Tho- 'Tai

WEATHERTON HEAT PUMPS Mr. and Mrs. W. B.Thompson mas Gaskins-E. Blackshear Frederick ,L.Jacque Grau-

of Ocala were Saturday don, Clara Kathleen Hazen, 9 Q.
,f 226. S. Walnut St. Starke %4.1131 visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Deborah Ann Dukes, and Kelly Ll)

..( Champion. Marie Richards. N

4c Miss Louise Stern visited
c Mr and Mrs. W. T. Clark, (
Jr, and family in Abingdon,

.! Va. last week. THE PERFECT GIFT

Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Bald- Re*. 3447'
.< win attended the christeningof FOR ALL YEAR ,
their granddaughter, Con- NowThe
,t nie Christine, daughter of Mr.
J ":. and Mrs. James Montuoro of
Tampa on Saturday at the "BIG = $399
i TOP"s'
Corpus Christ! Catholic
i Church. Godparents are Mr. "'"
and Mrs. James Javitt of Ve- 20.8 cu. ft.NoFrost =JFREEZER ___'__
3 ro Beach, uncle and aunt of With Trad.

I( J When It Comes ToNight the baby. Giant 6.96 Refrigerator-Freezer cu. ft. freezer holds pp 43jb' !

Mrs. :Mildred St, John and up to 243 pounds Automatic Icemaker
: J daughter Mrs. Perry Gillsof --- -- (available at extra cost)
Owls, We're On the St. Augustine, were last can be added now or,later.
Friday visitors of the Rich e Jet freeze ice compartment ,,e\ \

A !4w: All-America Team ard St. John family *Ice 'n Easy Service:3':',: 4/ rue

Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Dun-
.5A. agan of Canton, Ga. attended 13.8 cu. ft. fresh food section '
Homecoming Sunday at the
{ & Madison Street BaP- Adjustable full-width
tist Church. cantilever shelves
4 Mrs. A. N. Holllday under Meat pan attaches to
any \
went surgery Monday In Riverside -
3. \ Hospital. cantilever cabinet shelf 1 r', '
.t e Twin vegetable bins I ) s

1 364 DAYS A YEAR Foster Lott e e G Rolls E colors out on or big white wheels \

Foster Lott, 64, of lIamp-
7 ::00 11:00 ton, died Sunday In a Gaines- Only 3CW wide, 66" high
4 from to : ville hospital. lie was bornin

11, 1908 Stewart and,had Miss.lived on in Bradford June- Many Models To Choose From

County for 25 years
1 1i 0 _. He was retired from Sunland
Training Center In Jackson-
i ville, and was a member of
217 Ibs.
Rock Primitive Baptist Holds up to

Church near Graham. and it's just counter height!
Surviving are his wife,Thel-
ma Wood Lott, of Hampton; ,
one son, Paul Lott, Gaines 6.2 cu. ft. Chest Freezer
ville; three daughters, Miss
t Stop in your convenient Handy.Way. We're Frances Lott
a Mini-Supermarket Gainesville; Compact..only 35%" high.
Miss Jane Lott and Miss Nancy
where you'll find most anything you need to .keep your family Lott, both of Hampton; 30%" wideSelfadjusting
one brother, Hamer Lott,
I happy. Hampton; two sisters, Mrs. inner lid
Lucille Durham,Hampton,and
A Mrs. Beatrice Behrens, e Convenient storage basket
OPEN FROM 7:00: TO 11:00: EVERY DAYHandqWaq I II Princeton Junction, N. J.
Funeral services were heldat Adjustable temperature
11 a.m. Wednesday in Rock control
11 11e
Primitive Baptist Church with
Elders Curtis Bass and Her- Available in Harvest with gllllIill

I ment man Moody was in conducting.Rock Cemeterywith Inter textured-metal lid. or White lljllj

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral -

; Home In charge. SAWYER SLADE l1h l;


FOOD STORES The mobile x-ray unit will
at the Health Departmenton
3J2 W.
Church Street this Thursday I / $179
and Friday from 9 to

f CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR YOU 12 chest, and x-rays for 1 will to 4.be given Free STARKE. FLA. 96 '-7701 i iJ I /

to all who apply at this

4 4

_May 10, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page S

Killed Sheriff John Whitehead. his brother about 8:30-9: p.m. ing licensed by the state as bill has made operations difficult mended that the commissiondo
When the bed would not Clyatt was a varsity foot- required by a 1970 Florida for honest small builders so. The state law has
come down Clyatt tried to ball and baseball player at to operate because they boon to the large
proven a
From Page I fix the truck and was bent high school and also parti- law.Shaw said that, unfortunately simply don't think about hav- builder Shaw said.
over the part of the truck cipated in Junior varsity foot- he worked the
on Legis- ing to apply for a state license ---
ing dirt to a building site in that the bed went on. The ball.The lative committee which draft Shaw says. He said the REFLECTING"upon the
bed fell before Kerwin could
Worthington Springs when funeral was held Mon- ed that law. Intent was, he county can take over that licensing flood news, cousin Fuseloyle
he unloaded some dirt and move.It day afternoon In the Harmony said, to eliminate fraudulent responsibility, and decides he must have crested
the bed stayed in the air, Kerwin was was only caught shortly in after the Free Will Baptist Church home repairmen. In fact, the responsibility, and recom- around midnight Saturday.,
according to Union County truck that he was found by with burial at the Elzey ,
Chapel Cemetery with the
Archer Funeral Home In
WONDERFUL GIFTS FORMITCHELL'S charge. \,\ \\t h II/.i..,
.', .
", "'" .
SR-18, PavingFrom ",\}\., '. ,'.;' ,

( Page 1)) : : ,4 '& 0, .;.:.;.'.;. DREAM ON irl: : ;: OF THE

east of Starke about a mile
between SR-16 and the Brown- /1
lee Road. ]! ,,}
Roberts said the county will 'j. PARKWOOD
A1'I have to obtain an additional "'" ....
seven foot right-of-way for D..... eo. ... I.I::;.
DRUG that road, but said he hopesit ypm.A asll.y N... ..:;'. HOMEDALE
will all be donated. r .'........
The commission hopes to
STOREChoose use the Pleasant Grove RoadIn t). .. \,: FERNWOOD

an experiment of paving ...ii1. ; \; \',\ .
secondary roads at a reduced Il
cost. The state will do r ", ."o.
A Fine 1.'v 1g
the engineering, charging the ; AJ/ J Hi
Gift From Our county's secondary road funds ""... : g -*
for services rendered. The :" TIFFANY
Cosmetic Counter county will do all gradingand -" iiwy. 100
preparing work then a
private firm will be em- Members of "Sound System 73" go through a routine
ployed to put down the w- during th.lr performance at Camp Blending last w'..k. NIXBIINof1EBC01JKeystoneIIgts.
Finest phalt, the final step. The Tampa all junior and seniors at Hlllsbor ;;- 9'

In other action, the Com- ough High School, ,headlined the first usa show ever
Selection Of Hall murk mission: ...n at Blending for the men of the 53d Infantry Brigade
-Agreed that the county will which Is currently undergoing annual training.
Cards And Stationary use its men and equipmentto
correct the drainage prob- a e a e e e e e e e S S a a a e. DIG ,
lem at the Civil Defense build- tM2
Choose/ From Our LtlrgeSelection ing, where water runs into tor Clark of, former the Federal deputy Bureauof direc- -Was told by Sheriff Dolph
Reddish that $2,949 budget
the building In heavy rains.
Prisons and now privately
CD Director Charles Hardyended : amendment he had requestedmust THESE
employed, that his firm be
the controversy when be approved by a state
authorized to make a feasi-
he said leases he dug committee composed of representatives
bility study on building new
of state cabinet
AAaalHad shows the Fair Associationowns
oNocourEs the building.But jail facilities here. Clark said officers. The county has BUYS !
A lnglJllrns his firm Is ready to act as
Commissioner George almost no say at all. Reddish _
consultant when the countyis
Roberts pointed out the FA a said adding he had read UD
And Whitmans ready to move on the jail. APRIL
Is the county and vice-versa, afternoon On the law but doesn't a- SPECIAL
-Decided to look Monday! ,
that the county donates mon- gree with it. The commissioners -
Candy ey to the FA. The board, at a road in the vicin- agreed It is another
therefore decided to fix the ity of Bamhlll's Fish Campon case of the state telling the 3 Br. Expando Fernwoodu
.p a. Yw W W drainage but had it notedin Santa Fe Lake before accepting county how to spend county $6*255
the minutes that the FA as asked by Marvin money.
controls the activity going on Cinstahr, the road for county Sheriff Reddish said later 3 Br 2 Bath & Den 24 Harvard
1oVM in the building. maintenance.Took he may change his mind and X 60 $13,1503Br
] -Agreed to call for bids, as no action on a state- wait until the new budget before ff mtmmmmmm
M suggested by CD Chief Charles ment by Casper Brune, Key- employing an additional 3Br: 2 Bathmmmmmmmmmm
Hardy on 33 radio receiving stone Club Estates resident, deputy the reason he wantedthe Tiffany $9,465
,, that the county refrain from budget amended. """ "
I / II\ m III units to be used as a com- """'"" '
munications system by the participating In the proposed -Agreed, upon suggestion of B
Bradford County Volunteer areawide sewer plant. Brune Attorney Gene Shaw and JohnF. 2 Br 1 BathMMM 12 x 52 Fernwood $4,545
Ilt.fort You Buy Fire Department. Bids will said most Keystone Club Estates Viking, field Investigatorfor
residents are retired the Florida Construction
be opened at a special meet-
Shop ing May 21 at 10 a.m. and want no part of Increased Industries Licensing Board.
-Appointed Commissioners costs when septic tanksIn Viking said some local build- 2 Br Bath 12" 46 American $4,195
George Roberts and Dave the area work fine. ers are working without be-

MITCHELLSE. Paulk to work with Hardy anda .-. .-.,. ..-..-. .-..-..-,.-..-.............-.-.-.--- ,-,--- _._. -, ,
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We Have Excellent contusion.redistricting Hardy work.is headingthe THERE IS NO REAL REASON TO SWEAT t

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County Sets Meeting Starke Prepares- Liquor- SalesFive I

more applications for approval by the board was The applicants who each
! To Plan Spending liquor license have been given perfunctory.The) are applying for license to
zoning approval by the council passed the hours sell liquor for consumptionon
Starke Zoning Board accord- 3-2 with Chairman Nell Tucker the premises names of
Revenue Sharing FundsHow Ing to Chairman L.M.Gaines. and Councilman Orie Wig- the outlets and addresses areas
Then a special Starke City gins opposing the hours. follows:
to spend nearly $300 So far the county has spent la 1 I 1 I !I m t -.r I Ifl Council meeting was called According to City Clerk John D. and Vernie PhIl-
000 in Federal revenue shar- only $18,200 of this amount. e 01 I ,1 last Thursday and legal sell- Merrill Edwards Tucker and lips Odom Branding Iron
ing funds expected by the $16,000 was divided among fl w Ing hours were also set on Wiggins went along with the Restaurant on North TempleAve.
end of 1972-73 will be the the county and city fire departments Alcoholic beverages.The hours until the" part whereIt .
topic of a special meetingset and $2,200 given I+ City Council decidedto goes legal on Sundays.
at 10 a.m. Monday May the CUBB Fconomic Agencyto make; the legal selling hours -0eaiSSee-l-----.
make up for a cut In from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. for
21.The county has received Federal funds for the fiscal package stores only and from j
$174,467 In revenue sharing year ending July 1. 7 a.m. to 2 ajn. for places NEED HIGH SCHOOL
funds through April 8, County with lounges and bars for
Clerk Gib Brown says. A spending play must be drinks to be consumed on DIPLOMA ?
The total represents$68,035 reported to the Federal government premises. I
received on December 12 by June 1, Chair- Gaines said the applicationsare
as payment for the first man Ralph Bryan told the for locations that are A. GET A FLORIDA I
six months of 1972: $65,286 board Monday although the zoned commercial and that I
received on January 8 for county will not be strictly EQUIVALENCY
the final six months of 1972, bound by the plan. The board RoleA I

and quarter$41,164 of 1973.According .for the first 21 hit upon meeting the 10 because a.m. thereIs May r r-- I 1 Minority I DIPLOMA
to Clerk Brown, already a special meeting ... community; meeting on REQUIREMENTS:
at that time fora business development with
the county expects to receive scheduled a
three more quarterly pay- bid opening.The view to stimulating Interest 1 1. 1 in Years! Of Afje.
ments of $41,164 during 1973 commission to date '- ..... .: leading to Increased minority I
bringing the total received in talked little about how .. ';'. participation In the economic 2. Out Of Public School I
revenue sharing funds for life of the City of Starke I
the two years 1972 and 1973 the revenue sharing funds i1i 1 will be held at 8:00 p.m. Six Mouths.!
will be used. .f .. on Thursday May 10, at I
to 297959. the Ebenezer Baptist Church :3. 1-Y eur Resident! Of Florida

located at Lincoln City. I ,I 1. Transcript! Needed Showing
Malor General Lavrn Weber, left, director of the Army National Guard bureau In High i

Washington, D.C., and Brigadier General Kennedy C. Bullard, commanding general of ROSEMARY RUMBAUGH -- AMERICAN GOVT. OR CIVICS I
GAS COMPANYV the 53rd Infantry Brigade, gt a briefing on the construction of a bridge by the 153rd PHOTOGRAPHERWALDO AMERICAN HISTORY I
Engineer Col. of Lake City during a tour of Camp Standing facilities last week. FLA. I

commercial. DISPATCHEDV Guard Camp Band Wins.From e PRINTINGFrom COST: $7.50 For GED Test.

j TRUCKS A historical note informs us TESTING SCHEDULE: June 4.8
(From Page 1)) ( Page 1)) that there were never more Your Negatives
water and Dade City and than about 80,000 Vandals. j
"GAS COSTS LESS" the Remington Trophy signifying Up USA' and two more songs- They're one group that has
the state's rifle champions "America Folk RhapsodyIll"and certainly expanded its numbers INFORMAL SCHOOL
GAS APPLIANCES SALES & SERVICE to Support CO (-X2/124. 'Masque. in the last few centuries. ,
Class B and
as we were
Billiard -
BG Kennedy C. commanding
For Service In general of the supposed music.to be However playing classB the I ]1. 16 Years! Of r Age. :
made five National Guard
Starke (Including Inside!" City) 53d students liked this class A ,
superior unit awards to Spt 2. Withdrawn From High School
music and we were playing WEGING'S FEED ,
Co (-) 2/124, Eustis; Co
Lantey Raiford A, 2/124 Clearwater and harder music at state"contest COST: $1.50 Per Trimester Registration Fee. I
Dade City; Co C, 2/124 Tam- than was required says ,
Band Director Dean Cassells.
Lake & Btry A, 2/116 FA, Bartow LOCATION
Kinpsley : Hampton pa; ; The band will be playingIn ,
and 153rd Co. Lake
Engineer ,
concert at the Bradford
a '
High Auditorium May 18be- /
CALL MAX VILLE Three other awards went ANIMAL FEEDS
ginning at 8 p.m. The band
to Tampa based personnel. ;VOCA TIONAL-TECHNICA
will perform a varley ,
HHC won the best drilled
music Including state con-
289-2281 platoon award and two mem- test numbers. V.i\ MILES W. ON SR-IS f. O. BOX 142-F I CENTER ,
bers of Co C 2/124 staff
Complete' sergeant A. L. Perrotf.and The band for wants uniform the supportof drive I 609 N. Orange Sr(? Phone 9M-6150 I
We Loan people a
//J.434D i LP GasService PFC Tom Parrott, earned -----------------
the band will purchase
the best dressed soldier and as
Tanks M \)
100 new uniforms with a ---------- ------ -
...... best driver award's respec-
tively. price tag of 10400. 1

6641 103rd ST. JACKSONVILLE All units of the 53rd are
currently In their second Historical A
week of training
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Act. Gift

Hot Fudge (From Page 1)) l.'or. WrirsTo

v Historical Commission appointed -
by the board attended Come'
Monday's meeting and gave
BrownieDelight their approval to the bill as
outlined by Shaw.It .
is provided that If the

courthouse for site use becomes by the Historical unsuitable -- 6 Piece Dining Room Suite

Board of Trustees
title will revert to the School

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39C Mothers Day Sales and Service

May 13 Fairish Motor


1 WAS JUST TI I t1KI N'r Alw.r. Good Vtrd CarsIII i

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Roosevelt Mall 388.8519 ,
2929 N. W. 13th Goine.ville ii 4, !


a "Scrumpdillyishus"Mother's DISCOUN .

Day SpecialDAIRY Ho".holdF""h.Co..." ..e 'I

." tt, Additional Side Chairs Available At $31.90 ea.
QUEEN* is having a big special for Mother's Day! Participating '
110' %
DAIRY QUEEN stores are offering the "Hot Fudge Brownie Delight" for Up BEAUTIFUL SPANISH STYLING IN DARK OAK

only 39tf so every Mom can be queen for a day. Bring your Mom in for %Chair Co. High Pressure Plastic Exteriors
her favorite treat topped with hot fudge, : 64? Co..." 1 Stork
whipped topping and flanked with two : From 1.10 Glass Doors In China.

nut-filled brownies. It's "Scrumpdillyishus"! :. Jock onvll I.. 3d?.1741 ECONOMICAL IN PRICE.

Dairy And it's on special for Mom's special day! .: AUTO ELECTRIC "

Queen 'L t'M all go to the DAIRY QUEEN" : r.'AVY Brothers 1 r .

Electric Co.,

Alternators Starters T TEI Denmark Furniture Co. Of Stake
Generators Regulators OU

Dairy Queen/Brazier

.4044. Lenox Ay. Jan.
1401 N. TEMPLE AVE. PH. 964.8911 STARKE, FLA. 387.2528 1WW.-CALLST. PHONE '''.5'27 \TASEE.FLORIDA


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I q '" ... Union Names Hospital Head I

Bantam Play Opens Friday In health
master's degree
A new administrator, Dan was announced at a recent

1973 Bantam Baseball Season will handle both Coca Cola G. Whitehead, assumed mana- hospital board of trustees administration business at the
Monday of Union Gen- meeting. He comes to Union In other
gets underway Friday and Southern Discount gement meeting, tho resigna-
from Crestvlew,wherehe trustee
eral Hospital at Lake Butler. County
evening at the Pratt Street has
L.E. Dugger,
as admin- tion of
The appointment of White- was employed
Field with doubleheader
a The at 6 to Tallahassee -
opening game p.m. headno relation to Union istrator or Okaloosa Memorial been transferred
scheduled to begin at 6
p.m. will match Police Dept. and County Sheriff John WhItehead Hospital. lie has a was accepted
The boys have been prac- Coca Cola while BPOE takeson .
ticing hard and look forwardto Southern Discount at 7:30 - --_._---- -- ..
---- -- -- - -
this day, according to
Recreation director Randall P.m.Schedule: a

Davis. Monday, May 14 Police
Jerry McGrlff will be vs Southern Discount, 6:00: ,
coaching Police Dept., Mr. p.m.; Tuesday, May 15 .1
Wayne Mundorff will have BPOE vs Coca Cola.
BPOE and Randall Davis

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BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson& Paris, Inc. Sgt. James Prevatt of Co. D, 53d Spt Bn.- Stark shows SP4 Ralph Morgan of Stark I

OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS how to r.palr a 50 callbr. machine gun during a training exorcise at Camp Blanding iris ,lrrI
SALES & SERVICE Insecticide Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS where the Starke unit Is currently undergoing annual training. V
of Used Cart
Fin. selection
W. R.nt Fertiliser Spreaders
Tok.n On Cadillac Trade. to complete the purchaseof
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 r w
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 (1 r M additional equipment and
hope to have the department
BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS ready to answer fire calls
within 30 days.Besides I
POWELL'S LIDDELL chief Grlffis, other
Beauty Academy i officers of the department Ar/
Glass Company are: Rev. Aaron Singletary,
Learn a Profession In Your I assistant chief; Allen Tarle-
Spar. Tim.. Full or Part "Gloss For Ev.ry Purpose" r- ton, secretary-treasurer;Gerald -
Tim. Store Fronts Mirrors Crlffls and Jimmy Alvarez -
directors.The .
219 N.W. 10 th- 378.2766 Tub Enclosures Showers
Furnitures Tops GlossReplaced Town of Ralford, which J '
was incorporated about a
:rear ago, has appropriateda al .FI sr.etsi
total of $800 for the purchase -
of necessary equipmentfor
Repair Co, 1228 So. Main Gainesville ; the truck, and has also
372.8191 372.1102 budgeted $11,000 for construc-
Of Gainesville. Inc. tion of a 30x40-ft. building
Repairing Rewinding PICTURE FRAMES ;,. : : to serve as a city hall and
New And Uud rehouse.
2816 .N.W.. 6th Ph. 372-8318 Creative fiSbttpS I : // At present the Raiford
Custom Framing S volunteers are meeting at
MOVERS With Uuortlli're; ; Department 8 p.m. on the second Tues-

Long Distance Moving A [l Gels; Forest Service; Truck day of each month In the com- It makes good sense to give as much thought to your financing arrange-
munity center.
onal us. We
Storage Packing Per _mOval ments as you do to the make and model. So before you buy, see
Crating Shipping Touch Originals District Forester A. G. McCouncil President Mrs. Myrtle +!, can save you a handsome piece of change with an Auto Loan at our low
Free Estimates Call Mat Prints Cullers (second from right/: ) Sweat, and Forest Hanger bank rates. And we'll get you behind the wheel fast.
Etchings Earl Dobbs at far right.
Wildlife Drawings Is shown presenting Keys Know Someone In A
373-4610 fire truck, t t -_. : ':'.,;? "
372-4366 to the new Ralford The 20 members of the On long trips or short, carry the safe money : :" Y'
3731 W. Univ. made available bj' the Forest : --. .. ;;
200 "N.E. 16th. Service, to fire Chief J.D.Ralford Volunteer Fire Department American Express Travelers Cheques ;;;:: .t\;
r At left Is Ralford met Tuesday nightMrs. Itj.'g2Have '
MUSIC Griffls. .
I _.u .. _-_.. ".
Van Servic, Inc.

Waldo Rd. G'vill. BALDWINPIANOS the same day Spendable everywhere
3540 N.E If lost or stolen;you can gel them replaced-uSually on
372-4271 them call the CRISIS]

ft. ORGANS CENTER any time

AUTO SALES SERVICE 'night, 804 SW 2nd Ave. .
.,'JiPAIa.- life's problems. National i ; FLORIDA
at.ovyr Banks ofFlorida STARKE,
MUSIC Co. I DIAL 1-800- -

G'ville Shopping C.n. 342-5364 ...." ....o"\-w.\ ,. .1 .ft \

Factory Authorised 372.5351 t t Free Of Charge t i
POl'.i..cSal. yf'' "
.. Parts-Service GAINESVILLE---L
210 N. Main- Gainesville, Fla. tei 1 ssstiff -- _._-..----.'-,'.

372-7583 Ilr','. NU.IU (NesteRsp.lr fiF 'pMo.so.prpp,

CAMPER SALES & SERVICECAMPER 1 Supplies. Int. -, .. ";
F--- Authorited Deolers _'. I,

-w----' Gainesville For EvanslnterthemSiegler "1 t ; .. .... 301 NORTH BEHIND TASTEE FREEZE
MART INC. Heating & :
t f
I- "
311 1 N. Main Gainesville Air Conditing Equip. Sieiner; Recognized; For 4'4'1| .Mm Ii. in ( 'n-O( 11 .It'r. \ Mjir. or! V ,\ I. IVriU. John

378-2954 T Boy Camping Service Star.Sal.s DeptComplete Accessories Parts and-Service Supplies 20 Years III B1ntcliragJob Farm lluiul \ntl Knous The Farm Hiisinesx.! lit' ( 'an 1I'lp, | Wn In HI/

\ ist'. I'pt'.1 I iK Sed I \ ml \i t'i"llcullli "
Concord Volunteer, Fprtilhf'r.hi.. <
: Col. Harry M. Hatcher, Jr., She has been employed by \ nor Farm Needs, Including
Sm. k.y, Midas, AdventureWheels 4500 N.W. 6th St. Ga.nesville Director of Maintenance, Is the Florida National Guardat ( ( ;'m
Morris, Monitor, Fan shown presenting a Certificate Camp Blanding during this
Explorer, Sports Coach 378.8902 of Service to Mrs. Ma- entire period as secretaryto
rie M. Slemer In a ceremonyat the Director of Mainten-
Camp Blanding on May 2. ance, and has received out- FEEDSflj7gjThC
The Certificate was awarded standing performance ratingsfor
COBIA to Mrs. Siemer In recognition the past two years.
JOHNSON of 20 years of National Best Thai
MOTORS Guard Technician service. L.Z. Maker
L. A. (Preacher)Baker, 52,
1IA 11N "The same men who rarely died Thursday, May 3, at his Can ;
hear the shrill voice of con- home, 707 Florida Street, after
1030 E. University Avenue science never miss the faint an Illness of several
whisper of temptationMrs. ."- months.
Gainesville, Florida
Gary Hiott, The Pick- lie was born on Aug. 6,1921,
LYNN HAMILTON I and had been employed by11outon'a
Phone 378.1591 ens (SC ) Service Station In

Starke for 31 years. Mdln> t tV. I 1F"I" Y our llrtultjnnrl/ / / ... For
Surviving are his wife. Edna -
; two daughters, Annie Mae (r.omplclo;
Miller and Clara Williams; :. X l 1).1. |
Nustanf one son Alfred; a grandson, \'a'iIH', IH'a I Line
Terry Lee Baker; and a nephew C'4'd..
Edward Aldridge. I I'erlilir,I ('r' F.K.M. TcM-cl,
Funeral services will be
MOBILE HOMES rci: held at 2 p.m. Sunday In Bethel -

1650 N. Temple Ave. 964-7212 Interment Baptist Church In the, followedby Oddfel-

Starke, Fla. Open 971.6 Sun. lows Cemetery PEe:IA L II-| 'I I In.".

I hire/ !' I I. \ ,,, ill'!.
Jfefe.Now/Me Home >turfuturi'flII' VOE Students .. ; POST
"u.I.I Of FsKX1: *: N imr |"luf-i'

/ Work On JobThis .. ,,,.,.,,.-. 2 I /._) To :j | ,..' Mr.' ..

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week May 7n'OE ..I II "'iIting/, ; : Over 50
FEATURINGARA Students from the \0-Tech I.r(,

ARGO- BRONZEWOODCAPELLA local Center business have been establishmentsfor placed at .}3 c: /f. 'y Oil Lon"\

on-the-job observationas
DRACO GRANVILLE & SHEFFIELD part of their Work-A-Week

Program.The .
following employers:
participated: Baldwin Chevrolet Look You All Come In And
This Week Specuils Chamber of Com-

Ara 23 $4 49*\ merce, Clay Electric Cooperative Old Just About Anything
((1)) City Clerk, Court- Talk To John,
((2)) Dronzewood 2br. $3795 house (County Clerk, County

((3)) Sheffield 64'y 12' $5995 Judge Sheriffs, County Office Tax, Supervisorof Collector, You Have On Your Mind. .l.

Elections Denmark fur-
niture, Florida State Tele- Fast Friendly And
,He Offers
Thin Is Your Coupon phone Co., Florida State Sur-
Division,Health ** *** tfc"-' ; -
Property fc
For 10,000 SR II Green: Stamps For The I'urduue plus Department, Holiday Inn, Expert Service. lIe Appreciates
Homes Neighborhood Service Center,
Of A ny New Police Department, RegisterOil Loading
Co. Your Business. Large

Our Prices Include Delivery Cement Blocks, Installation of HurrlcaneTle Downs The man at the next desk Is Dock & Plenty Of Parking. J
werklng his way up to a but-
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,Legal Notice 5 .. BROOKERIN

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lowing equipment: BRIEFBy

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liS I" ,030 ., TE10. Dual-Tone Single "TI
DOUPLP UGLP .u 0.0-0" button with 4I LINDA G. COX
T'T .AT nO' So.... INC 1001 Nw "TM AD common first
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a LOw' osc Aa :;iii- be compatible with Motor- I t* by law, and physician's e.rr
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elM NW rop.NCBMAK PUN A c SOO'ARLFV S 7-0.FT< fop AL POA AT'S 160' s 7e. W 1I.7' 33 onlyRECEIVER" Ten- YOUTH RALLY ,
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LCT I...O..N1.M np ..Eli.S THAT l.0.i} 'fTro?J .HIGH T1377AE (MotorolaS. Congratulations to Mr. and
LI'S e OF IT ro xi Lest on <>4->q. BROOKER ELEMENTARYWe O-r) Linda Manning Lori
\. -'_._.604.-- ..; !'!..! $35.50 45. 14 .'00.,.. Bids may be submitted on congratulate the Intra- Ann :Tetstone Susan Douglas., Mrs. Steve Crawford Kings- love and prayers are extendPrayer List for the sick:
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i; 9* 2? ;;10B-o7o5o" 0;;T-1; equivalent specifications to the mural basketball teams cap Back Elaine Mott ley Lake on the birth of a ed to the family of Harley Morris Dyal, Zulene Harrell,
CP444 0 A row: Kay
LCT 10 OR BRNINCL' 4474 OPCOA* DA above. Bids should be sealed son, Joshua Stephen, May 5. Starling who passed away AAnoJe
I 00.1' u. a OF -APC.PL'f DPSC Oft UK TS> tained by Steve Thomas and Prescott, Shari Green, Angle Jernlgan, and Mrs.Hen
UIS.7 .1.7 n.", .7.14 61.424TI1I and marked "BIDS FOR RA- Angle Andrews who recentlywon Andrews, Lisa Tucker. Not Maternal grandparents are prll 29. ry's mother.
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I; ;; I> H310-H-PTPOO ;;;: j-' DIO EQUIPMENT". The the Brooker Elementary pictured: Connie Dyal, co- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Doug-
LeT 30 Cf r K6HO9 SOMINCLe DOVLK R U.. S ISM "RANT "D N Board reserves the right to Basketball Championships.Both las of Brooker; paternal
I UNIT 2 cr u. Apr PLAT ,captain, and Tammy Lindsey.
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---------- NAVY
J. R. KELLY--- For exact specifications and ments were double elimination PTA TO MEET Mrs. Gerald Crawford of
i I' TAX COLLECTOR additional Information, call affairs with both championship The next meeting of the Kingsley Lake; maternal
BRADFORD COUNTY PL/ (904) 964-5457, or contact the teams going through Brooker PTA Is scheduledfor great-grandmothers: Mrs. I- COMMAND

Director of Civil Defense their competition undefeated. Tuesday, May 15, at 7:30 va Douglas of Brooker; Mrs.
Strickland of Gaines- This i I. to Certify that John Doe
Bradford County, Florida. Steve's boys emerged from p.m. Awards will be presented Pansy
BOARD OF COUNTY COM- their 3-team tournaments with to the children: officer for ville; Paternal great-grand- has been guaranteed training In

PUBLIC HEARING MISSIONERS, BRADFORD 3 consecutive victories by next term's PTA will be e- mother Crawford of Gainesville the D.ntol T.ch(16( w..k.L Class A

PLACING MOBILE HOME COUNTYSTARKEFLORIDABy scores of 29-5, 24-23, and lected and the 1973-74 Brooker ; Paternal Greatgrandfather School with an enlistment date of
.A Public Hearing will be held at the City; Hall, Starke, Gilbert' S. Brown 28-9. Elementary principal, Phil- Crews of Kingsley 3 September 1973..
Fla., Tuesday, May 22, 1973 at 7:30 P.M. for the ,Clerk Angle's girls breezed ip Vallenga will be Introduced. Lake.!
following purpose: 5/10 2t 5/17 through their four-team tour- This will be the final RM. 304, FEDERAL BLDG.

Robert Griffis nament by winning 15-10, 47- meeting of this school term. HAPPY BIRTHDAYS GAINESVILLE FLA.
To place a Mobile Home on my property located at In the Circuit Court of Florida 11, and 27-12. Please come and give your Among those having April ,

29-6S-22E Eighth Judicial Circuit All teams were comprisedof support. The meeting will be Happy Birthdays were: April RECRUITING STATION
Commence at NE Cor of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 & Run In and for Bradford County.In students In grades 4-6. preceded by an executive 1, Jeanne Thomas; April 8,
W 250 Ft.. S. 65 Ft. for a Point of Beginning. Then Probate, Case No. Pictured are: The Sharks: board meeting at 7 p.m. In Lucy Edwards and Leslie SMC J.M. WEHUNT, USN ,
run W. 100 Ft.. S. 100 Ft. E. 150 Ft. N. 50 Ft. W. 50 Steve Thomas (Capt left to the
In re: Estate of Avte L. ; library. Green: April 10, Jimmy Tem- ?
Ft. N. 50 Ft to POB. right front row: Willie Ham :
Pearce, a/k/a Avle Lou ple; April 12, Amanda Lewis
All Interested parties will be heard at this time.L. Thompson Pearce deceased. ilton, Billy Copeland, Mike KINDERGARTEN and grandson, Greg Lewis; ON THIS CARD. OVER 75 GUARANTEED SCHOOL 1.?

M. Gaines, Chairman Zoning Board NOTICE TO CREDITORS: Shaw, Dwayne McClellan Parents who have children April 19, Mildred Green; PROGRAMS. STARTING PAY 5307.00 PER MONTH?
Merrill Edwards All creditors of the estateof Wayne Ellis (co-capt), Steve that will be attending Brooker April 27, Inez Green, April
City Clerk AVIE L. PEARCE a/k/a Thomas, Paul Miller.Not pic- Elementary next term are 30, Peggy Edwards. {THIS IS \nil \T YOUR VOLUNTEER FORCE IS ALL?

5/3 3t 5/17 AVIE' LOU THOMPSON tured Randy Raulerson.The Invited to come to the school >ABOUT. SEE YOUR NAVY RECRUITER TODAY

Pearce, deceased are here Tlgerettes captainedby office and register them If SYMPATHYOur

NOTICEIn mant, his agent his attorney, by notified and required to Angle Andrews: Front row they have not done so. Please heart-felt sympathy.

The Circuit Court of the and any such claim or demandnot file any claims or demands
Eighth Judicial Circuit Florida so filed shall be void. which they may have against
In and For Bradford Charles M. Gadd Jr. said estate In the office
as Ancillary Administrator of the Circuit Judge of Bradford -
County. Case # ---
IN RE: Change of Name C.T.A. of the Estate of JohnD. County, Florida, In the EveryDayLowPrice] EveryDayLowPrice] FOOD

of the Minor Children: RO- Rogers, Deceased. Courthouse at Starke Florida
SELVA MAE WASHINGTON 4/26 4t 5/17 within six calendar months
and EDWARD JOHNSON JUNIOR from the date of the first CENTER CUT Panl.llllv.REGULAR
WASHINGTON. publication of this notice. GRiND
APPLY FOR CHANGEOF cial Circuit of Florida, In be In writing and must state
the place of residence and
NAME and for Bradford County.In .
TO: WILLIE BENJAMIN Re: Estate of HURDIAD. post office address of the COFFEELB
WASHINGTON claimant and must be swornto
FLUME, Deceased.
NOTICE Is given that the NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo by the claimant, his agent STARK ES

undersigned Petitioner, DELILAH all creditors and all or his attorney, or It will 320 S. WALNUT ST.

WASHINGTON; whose having claims or demands become void according to r DAYS
persons venvoAV LOW AIC114000'
residence address Is P. O. said estate. law.Dated A WEIK IONUB BUYS GOOD TMHUHIOHTt
$159 wID MAY t. 1 0" Qu..n
Box 95, Lawtey, Bradford You, and each of you, are this 1st day of May, 68 Nf tlHVIO

County, Florida Intends to hereby notified and requiredto A.D., 1973. aB.I BAG ,we ale pleneiJ' to acuolU.S.D !
James Harold Execu-
apply to the Honorable present any claims and Sapp .ft. tOOO STAMP
tor of the Estate of AVIE L
demands which you, or either h1 -.4 COUPONSBONELESS
the Eighth Judicial Circuit, of you, may have againstthe I
In and for Bradford County --
estate of Uurdla D. Flume CENTER CUT
at his Chambers In the Brad- deceased, to the Judge of the deceased. FULL CUT I .1 I
ford County Court House, at
29 1973 said Court County Courthouse ney P.O. Drawer 1030 Starke CHUCKROAST:l,1::
3:00 P.M. on May Bradford County, Florida Florida 32091 ROUND I 1
or as soon thereafter as Petitioner within six months from the 1
may be heard, for date of the first publication First publication on May
an Order changing Petition- of this notice. 10, 1973. i

er's minor children's names Each claim or demand must 5/10 4t 5/31 STEAKS
be In writing and must state 1
and EDWARD"JOHNSON the place of residence and In The Circuit Court Of -- i--
I JUNIOR WASHINGTONto post-office address of the Florida Eighth Judicial Cir-
EDWINA claimant and must be swornto cuit, In And For Bradford $1497ge ?

I and EDWARD JOHNSON, by the claimant his agent, County. Case No. u.s. CHOICE / ] << 1 O.J.CIOIHEveryDayLowPrke I

I JUNIOR, by which name the or his. attorney, or It will In Probate.In .

I minor children shall there- become void according to law. re: Estate of MARY _ _ _ _ _ _
after be known. Each creditor shall deliver EDNA NEWSOM, a/k/a EDNA B EveryDayLowPrke I EveryDayLowPrke
I DATED at Starke, Bradford sufficient copies of his claimto HENDRY NEWSOM, de- EveryDayLowPrkeFREEZER rV

County, Florida this 23rd day enable the Court to mail ceased.NOTICE SLICED_ _1/4_ .MS STEW
of April 1973.DELILAH one to each personal repre- TO CREDITORSAll LOIN
sentative. creditors of the estateOf

Petitioner Dated April 23, A. D. 1973 MARY EDNA NEWSOME, BUTTS MOUN*OK ONII.Itl met 1
RICHARD E. WELTY Clara F. ColsonAs a/k/a EDNA HENDRY NEW- .ritles Except eelI1

SHAW AND KOPELOfSOS Executrix of the Last SOM, deceased are hereby IiwkAI

P. O. BOX 1086 Will and Testament of,Hur- notified and required to file w r 1 aIIID _
Starke, Florida 32091 dia D. Flume Deceased. any claims or demands which
Attorneys for Petitioner First publication on April 26, they may have against said PILLSBURY
4/26 4tp 5/17 1973. estate In the office of the ; LIBBY'S

_. --.., George L. Patten circuit Judge of Bradford PUNCH I DESSERT
Circuit Judge County Florida In the court-
:NOTICE 426It 5/17 house at Starke, Florida ;
Walter Brundfsky has made within six calendar months LAUNDRY i CORN
Application to the Bradford from the date of the first |; RINGS
County Zoning Board for reclassification :NOTICEIn publication of this notice. DETERGENT
of the property The Circuit Court of Flo- Each claim or demand must GOLDEN CREAM STYLE 16.5oz STREUSEL SWIRL. GERMAN CHOCOLATE,
described below from RIA to rida, Eighth Judicial Circuit, be In writing and must state OR WHOLE KERNEL 17oz CANS ; CINNAMON ft FUDGE MARBLE

BH.Tract 5 D Mt Pleasant Florida.In and For Case Bradford No.; Count, the post place office of address residence of and the 84oz c i; frrirfir I / (\ imiiainnictn!\

S/D Ex Parcel In NE Cor PROBATE: claimant and must be swornto t ii W19 9 uw ruck 5/ 1 79Cj

Desc In OR Bk 106 Pg 219. IN RE: Estate of LILLIANGERTRt'DE ; by the claimant, his BOX nw.'} i ;
This change In classification agent or his attorney or 28ozEveryDayLowPrke

Is subject to a public ceased. It will become void accord- S U
hearing to be held on Tues- :NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Ing to law.Dated .
day, May 29th at 7:30: P\lln: All Creditors and Per- this 1st day of !Maj, EveryDayLowPrke : : EveryDayLowPrice

the County Commission roomat sons having Claims or Demands A. D., 1973.Charles SMUT MILIOW CRISP U.S. NO. 1 FANCY TREND
the Bradford County Court Against Said Estate: A. Howe, Admini- YELLOWCORN
House at which time all per- You and each of you are strator of the Estate of MARY Golden RipeBANANAS Jst'4
sons Interested shall be heard hereby notified and requiredto EDNA! NEWSOM, a/k/a EDNA: j DETERGENT

for or against the proposal, present any claims and HENDRY !NEWSOM, deceased.
as specified In the Zoning demands which you, or either First publication on May 4/l
Code of Bradford County. of you, may have against 10. 1973. -
John Torode, Chairman the estate of LILLI.GER; 5/10 4t 5/31. :

Bradford County Zoning TRUDE' PHELPS, deceased,

Board late of said County, to the In The Circuit Court Of_ PET RITZ FROZEN PANTRY PRIDE
5/3.2tp 5/10 Circuit Judge of Bradford Florida Eighth Judicial Cir- HUNT'S4l i

County, Florida, at his office cuit, In And For Bradford CREAMPIES
In the Court (House of County. In Probate, Case FLOURPLAIN
said County at Starke Flo-,
The Circuit Court of Florida Six (6) NO.In; -
rida, within calendar KETCHUP
re: Estate of AVIEL.
Eighth Judicial Circuit ; ;
months from the time of the PEARCE, a/k/a AVIE OR SELF-RISING
In and For Bradford CountyIN
PROBATEIN first publication of this no- LOU THOMPSON: : PEARCE, ASSORTED VARIETIES' '' i frfArDir 1
tice. Each claim or demand
RE: The Estate Of JohnD. shall be In and shall deceased. rfw tlc f! 1 LB
Rogers, deceased writing, NOTICE OF PROBATETo 14oz Z0 Z I innnt ] 5 45 <
state the place of residenceand frurIIwrfICE flr
all persons InterestedIn """"
office address of the ;
post BAG
the BTL
all creditors and persons claimant, and shall be swornto dent estate of, said dece- PKG .
having claims or demands by the claimant his agentor : I 1
You ore hereby notifed
said Estate:
his and such
attorney, any
You and each of are that a written Instrument BonusBuy
you f EveryDayLowPriceSWEET'N EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrice
hereby notified and required claim or demand not so filed purporting to be the Last
shall be void. Will and Testament of said FRESH BAKED PECAN
to present claims REGULAR PACK
any sClaire Phelps Chlapplnl LOW 8 KING SIZE
demands which you, or either decedent has been admittedto $2 JELLY
as Administratrix estate probate In this Court. INDIVIDUALSWEETENER INSTANTNESTEA
of you, may have againstthe
Estate of John D. Rogers of LILLIAN GERTRUDE You are hereby commanded ROLLS

deceased, late of Lake County PHELPS, deceased. within six calendar months 1hhIreryDayl0we

Illinois to the Circuit JudgeIn First publication April 26, from the date of the first 69 3/lI 2/49 #
and for Bradford County, 1973. publication of this Notice ;
Florida In his office In the 4/26 4t 517NOTICE to appear In this Court and _
Courthouse of said County at show cause. If any you
Starke, Florida, within six FOR BIDS can, why the action of this
(6) calendar months from the The Board of County Com- Court In admitting said Willto '[ 'IvcryDayLowPrlcc >Ev.ryD.ylowPrk. CvcryDayLowPrkcl Every Da ylowPrk* [ DayLowPrk*

time of the first publicationof missioners, Bradford County probate should not stand Pants PHD IIUCHHAYIN LIBBY'SDRINKS' SOUTHERN SELLS 'In I:! "AlM '
this notice. Each claimor Starke, Florida will be unrevoked. WHIPTOPPING HIATNSIRVCONION DFVILEDCRABS BABYSHAMPOO

demand shall be In writingand accepting bids until 10:00 ajn., First Publication on j May RINGS ...wo..o1o.Yie/ ] HAIR SPRAYDEODORANT 1
the of JU, 1973. by M>t PAUL :: n.u A-- '', '.Jt
shall state place Monday, May 21, 1973, at the 1J

residence of and the Post Claimant Office, address and- Bradford Postofflce County Drawer Courthouse B, Starke, Judge George, Bradford L. Patten County., Circuit { ?,I 3/l b13/9 tAM19/996::: ?.5... $'09 CAN 901 88 J !C4N 1001 59c1Sm7.t 29I

shall be sworn to by the Clai Florida 32091, for the fol 5/10 4t 5/31

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The Sweetest Strawberries TM Side of Heaven
Pag 10 TELEGRAPH May 10, 197't 2 BHS Relay Teams

Baldwin KH Gulf Earn Shot At StateN

r Two Bradford High track
relay teams have qualified

Tied For Top SpotIn H : for day Regional State In In Winter finals Winter competition Park.last Park Saturdayalso Satur-after

',er a The Sprint Medley relay
N.'Na team and the 880 relay teams
Men's SoftballFollowing ,; both have made a bid for
the state titles in those
The sprint Medley team
results of Tues- LAWTEY SKATING RINK 13 the seventh inning when Cun- consists of Malachi henry
day, Thursday and Friday HAMPTON 6 ningham scored six runs to Sheldon Hodge, Vernon Bar-
nights games, May 1, 3and tie the game. Baldwin scor- ber and Levy Lennon. The
7, Baldwin Chevrolet Olds Hampton suffered It's seventh ed one run in the eighth team turned In a time of
and Cunningham Gulf are loss of the first half inning to win the game 12- r'a. 2:01.3 last Saturday for third
tied for first place, In Men's at the hands of Lawtey 11.The place.
Softball action, both witha 13 6. Lawtey outhlt Hampton winners had 17 hits ." The 880 relay team of
record 62.BALDWIN team 18 11. Lloyd with Charlie Green going Tim Crews, Vernon Barber
Crawford and Skippy Craw- three for five and Gene Mel- Malachi Henry, and Levy
CHEVROLET- ford led the winners each vin going four for four onea Lennon also took third place
OLDS HFIRST going three for four. home run. with a time of 1:30.6.: Both
: BAPTIST CHURCH 8 David Eiland led Hamptonat The losers had 12 hits as times turned in by these
First Baptist was winning the plate going four for Claude Hardee and Fred teams were the best this
8-7 after five Innings of four. Wheeler each had three hits. year by BUS.Individuals.
play. In the seventh Inning Two home runs were hit r r that went to
the game was tied 8-8. by Claude Hardee, one by J Regional but did not qualifyfor
In the tenth Baldwin scored BALDWIN CHEVROLET- Fred Wheeler and one by I5 V DIt state are:
Kenneth Carlton. Strickland, 11.6 feet
three runs, winning 11-8. OLDS 12CUNNINGHAM Steve
Charles Green and Harvey GULF 11 in the pole vault for fifth
Smith paced the winners,each FIRST BAPTIST-20 place.
going 3-5. Lamar Williams Baldwin's second win of LAWTEY- 9 Vernon Barber,10.4 secondsin
had a home run to help the week over Cunningham First Baptist started off the 100 yard dash for
out a little more. Danny brought them up to tie Cun- the game with a 12 0 lead. fifth place.
McKinney and Dewey McKin- ningham for first place, each Lawtey scored three runs in Curtiss White, 44.6 in the
ney led First Baptist at with a record of 6 2. the bottom of the first inning. shot put and 127 feet In the
the plate Danny going 4- Baldwin was leading the After three Innings of play discus.
for-5 and Dewey 3-for-5. ball game by six runs, until the score was 16.3. Pete Puckett 120 feet
After four Innings, It was in the discus.
20 5 and at the end of Hew Bradford High Varsity Cheerleaders have bn elected by the student body at Jimmy Cauley 10-ft. in

five four runs.innings It Lawtey was not enoughas scored BHS. They are from (l-r) Katrlna Coleman, Karen Reddish, Donna Provatt, Alice Atwood, the Larry pole vault.Sherman, 41.6, and
WE ARE PLEASED TO the game was broughtto Sandra Edwards, ,Carol Beam and Patty Morris. Jimmy Cauley 44.6 both in
an end because of the Donna Provatt, .Sally Torod (not shown), Carol Beam, and Katrlna Coleman were the Intermediate Hurdles.
ten run rule. all on the varsity squad last year and Karen Reddish and Alice Atwood are both up from Mark Hodges, 4:51 in the
Announce That t Danny McKinney and Ran- the junior Varsity. Sandra Edwards and Patty Morris are both now to the cheerUading mile run.
dall McGee led First Baptist squad.Grid. Paul Parsons, 2:05.2 in
each going three for the half mile run.
WAYNE DOUGLASIS four. One of Randall's wasa Sheldon Hodge, 53 secondsIn
home run. Skippy Craw- the quarter mile run.
ford and Johnny Brown each Set Keystone Bradford High overall plac-
NOW ASSOCIATEDWITH had two hits for Lawtey.CUNAINGHAM Scrimmage ed in the top 10 at the meet
out of the 18 schools present.
GULF 11 District "We came out in the meet
LAWTEY SKATING RINK-6 better than I expected. I
Friday For TornadoesBradford though Steve Strickland would
Lawtey scored runs In the qualify In the pole vault and
GEORGE ROBERTS first and second innings. Track he didn't and I thought the
1 Cunningham didn't score until High varsity grld- Overall practice so far this Larry Sherman, Johnny Nichols 880 relay team would not
the third, then came up ders will play in front of spring, half finished Tuesday, Stuart Strickland, and qualify and they did," says j:
REAL ESTATE with eight runs, to make their parents Friday night at is making Head Coach David Pete Puckett are all playingfor Champion Head'' Track Coach Grover :
the score 8-4. the High School stadium dur- Hurse feel his charges are the wideout positions. Howard.
After four Innings of play ing a scrimmage game sche- making good progress. Terry Hayes so far has Strickland not qualifying
the score was 11 4. duled to begin at 7:30.: Is best receiver Coach Roy Bayless' Indian is not due to a poor performance :
':;;....."= :,:*;,:.:.-:,:,:-:-:--:,:-:.:.:.:.:,:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.;.:.::;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;:;.;:;:::;:;:;::;,;.;.;.:.;.;.;.;.:.;.;.;.:.;.;.;.;.:.:.;.:.:.,.,.,.,.:.;.,.,.,.,.:.,.,.........:....................:.:.;.,.:.:.:.,.,.,...:.:...................................'-"'-y-" Offensively definite, the signs team of progress making out been and the has tremendously pass improved track team outclassed four because of tough competition :
as QB Charlie GreenIs from last year plus other Class A high schools according Howard.
coming along real well, has picked up a lot of speed last Saturday at Mayo to win "I think with a little luck, I'
passing sharper each week with his experience from last the District 5 championship.The we can win the 880 relayin
and should be a definite run- years showing, according to local thlnclads rackedup state and if the sprint
ning threat next year, says Hurse. 123 points, far ahead of medley team comes through ,
$ Coach Hurse. Offensive linemen have been runner-up Branford, with 90 I think we might just sur- "
Elva Hampton has been car- making good progress since points. prise some people at the
0 rying the greatest part of spring practice has started, Junior David Hughes was the meet," declares Coach Ho
the load in the running back particularly Terry Hayes and highest point-producer of the ward.
I department and is "lookingreal Steve Register meet with 26 points. The Indian All of the boys that went
good and is very Impressive Other linemen that have also speedster won the 120 did a good job, accordingto
," says Hurse. been making good prog- High Hurdles in 15.7 seconds, Howard. "They started
Tommy Reddish after only ress are Gary Wallace, Tom- 330 Inter. Hurdles in 41.8 believing In themselves and
r t'. one day of practice shows my Edwards Mike Perkins and the 100 yard dash in 10.6. came through real good."
I his capability of doing a good Early Chandler, Marlon Hughes also placed second In "The load is resting on
I ii Thornton, and Dwight Bar- the long jump with a leap of the sprint medley relay team
job.According to Hurse Bruce ber.Chuck 186.Other and they have been workingout
I Barnes has missed a couple Norton has improved Keystone victorieswere hard this week. I think
days of practice but while tremendously during the : mile, Tommy Erb (4-: we have as good a chanceof
I JN \ there looked good. last three days due to better 51); 2 mile,Steve Ashton(11:05); winning as anyone else,"
I At the wideouts, no one has concentration on getting off 880 yard relay CBelote, Bryd, says Coach Howard.
really had much of a chanceto the ball, according to Hurse. Maxfield, Huenlck) in 1:39.8: ;
catch the ball much because Bill Brown, Danny Anderson and Sprint Medley (Huenlck. 000000000000000000000.was .
they are throwing to Donnie Neel, Dale Haas Belote, Hurner, Erb) in 2:11. the night before the meet
the tight ends and running and Donnie Thomas have also The Indian's victory, their and they're to be commended -
backs. However, Coach Hurse shown good Improvement on seventh of the season, drew for being ready to com-
feels that he has several boys the offensive line. heaps of praise from Bay- pete so terrific the next day,"
capable of catching the ball "Our running game is lookIng less. Bayless said. "On and off the
well. Jimmy Cauley, David better and, of course, "Every member of the team field, they are really to be
r I I DO YOU NEED r rt McMillan, James Aldridge, showed a lot of character and commended," continued Bay-
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May 10, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pope 11

I 2 Wins Give Norman's 11; ::;111;; ;1:1111i1l11m1m:;;;;; ;;;; ; 111111111; ;;;; !:j:1jj::::;:! Baptist Youths

I Woman's Softball Lead OBITUARIESJack I HAMPTON Enjoy/ OutingAt Community NewsBy

AREA NEWS t St t AugustineYouth
I! Norman's Farm after two had two both home runs. : :1jj 1 1 11j11jj1; ; ;;j1; m1; m1jm11mj1j11jj; Elizabeth Civens Walker
victories last week leads Karen Reddish also had a A and B Departmentsof

the Women's Softball League, home run.Carolyn. ,By Josephine Fontaine the First Baptist Church
rolling 15-5 past Mitchell's Mullis led Mitchel EdwardsJack enjoyed Beach Satur- DELL CIIAPTER OES night. Saturday night business held at 2 P.m. Sunday. BTU
Drugs Tuesday May 1, then l's at the plate with two hits. SENIOR CITIZENSThe day at Anastasia Park St. Dell Chapter 168 OES will meeting at 7:30. Sunday will be held at 5 p.m. Eve-
I 6-2 against Blalock's Meat RESULTS: MONDAY MAY Hampton Senior Citi- Augustine. hold Its regular meeting School 9:30. Morning ser- ning service at 7:30.
Market Monday May 7. Edwards, 62, of Starke zens met May 4.Several members Seventy-two people Thursday night, May 10, at vice at 11. The Mt. Sinai Women's Convention -
NORMAN'S FARM 15 7NORMAN'S FARM 6 died Thursday, May 3, foll- were absent. Buck Dennison 8 p.m. In the Masonic Hall The funeral service for the begins May 18 at New
MITCHELL'S DRUGS 5Norman's BLALOCK'S MEAT owing a sudden Illness. The Is still a little under Swimming and beach games on Brownlee Street. All mem- late Mr. Zeak Baker will be Bethel Chujch.
were enjoyed during the afternoon
son of the late Mr. and Mrs. -
outhit Mitchell's MARKET 2Blalock's the weather and was miss- and bers are asked to please be
Balus Edwards he had were
, 15-5. opera- ed by all. Mr. Vaughan gavea present and on time.
Joann Hall led Mitchell's ted a grocery store In Starkefor he grilled for supper. After ;; ::01
outhlttlng Nor- report on the supper, the gatheredon / (
He group NURSERY]
/; with two hits. Carolyn Red- man's 11-10 couldn't make many years. was a attended In Starke concernIng the beach for a time CHURCH NEWS "
and Brenda Thomasled Baptist and a member of the Senior Citi- Greater Allen AME
ding their hits count as did Nor- the Retired of singing and spiritual fel- Chapel ,
Norman's at the plate man's. Elks Lodge. zen Volunteer Program. After lowship. Church, Rev. B. C. Williams \ "
\ going three for three. Cookie Mundorff led Norman's Surviving are his wife, the business meeting refreshments Accompanying the pastor. Weekly services begin SPECIALS1r
at the Gladys Underhill Edwards; were enjoyed and group with Stewardess Board No. '
i plate going were: William George Louis 1
BLALOCKS four for four. one son Wayne Edwards of then Bingo for the remainder 1 meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Jacksonville four brothers Garner Mrs. Robert Milner, Ir, "I"-"i,,,,'":
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MITCHELL'S 2 Terri Woods Diane Jordan of the evening. The next Mrs. J.T. Prevatt Jr., Mr. Sunday services begin with I
Eugene Lloyd, and Merrill
Ginger Bleasdale and Cheryl meeting will be Friday evening and Sunday School at 10 a.m.Morn-
Mrs. A.M. Rutledge 1.99
Blalock's outhit Mitchell's Phillips each had two hits Jimmy Edwards, all Edwards of Starke Jacksonville and May 18, at 7:30. Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Kit-, ing services at 11 with the \ '. UP
Junior Church In At
14-8. for Blalock's. charge. .
chens Mr. and Mrs. Paul
I Pam Macy and Cheryl Phil- LEAGUE STANDING: VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. Carter. Frank Mltchell.Col. 3 P.m. the Pulpit Aid Board i., ,1im.+'rnin
had three hits Funeral services were heldat will hold its
lips apiece The Ladles Auxiliary of the regular meet-
and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr. t
for Blalock's. Diane Jordan Norman's Farm, 6-1, Blalock's Memorial 3 p.m. Saturday Chapel with In Jones Rev. Hampton Volunteer Fire Dept. and Mr. and Mrs. Don Neel.FIRST ,. ing. All members are askedto 1.69 UP
Meat Market 4-3 met May 7 at 7:30 p.m. Plans please cooperate with this
Mitchell's Drugs 0-6. John Strickland conducting. were discussed for a box sup- effort. Evening service will L--
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Interment was In Crosby Lake BAPTIST CHURCH be at 5:30. J l'i l
SCHEDULE: per to be held sometime in .,.
301DRIVEIN Cemetery under direction of June. This will be sponsoredby STARKE Plans are being made for

Thursday, May 10 Mit DeWitt C. Jones Funeral both the Ladles of the Sunday-Sunday School 9:45; the annual Women's Day Pro- 1.69 UP
chell's vs Norman's 7:30; Home. Volunteer Dept. and the Sen- Morning Worship at 11; ser- gram which will be held June Umw.
Monday May 14 Mitchell'svs ior Citizen Club. The next mon by Dr. James Frost 10. Every member is askedto 2.77up /'< .vii'MM//

Blalock's 7:30; Thursday, R.Z. BoldenRobert meeting of the Auxiliary will State Sunday School Director; please cooperate with this
May 17 Blalock's vs Nor- be June 4. Bell Ringers Group 5:15; activity. We are working for 179 UP
man's 7:30. Zene"Bolden., 42; of The men of the Volunteer Church Training, 6:15; Eve- success. Irhhv 3 29
Show Begins At Sundown R. 1 I. Melrose died April Fire Dept. will meet Monday ning Worship, 7:30 sermon UP -. ui.rr! ,, .79
30 while. visiting In Douglas, evening. May 14. by Dr. Frost. Greater Bethlehem Freewill UP
Ga. MondayYouth Choir 7 Baptist Church Rev. Jasper
Fri. Sat. May 11, 12 He is survived by his parents CITY NEWS Williams pastor. *'nnll nls And
: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry The City Council meetingwas p.m.Tuesday- Young Musiciansand Weekly services will begin :; 9Vey

A simple prank... From Bolden Sr, of Melrose; one postponed from May 8 Music Makers Choir,3:30; with Choir No. 3 and Ushers ; Plaints Tray
( Page 10)) sister. Mrs. X.M. Smith of to May 15, according to announcement Bell Choir and G.A.. 4:15. Board No. 2 meeting Mon-

a a game nobody won when you have a better run- Starke; three brothers Henry by Mayor Don Wednesday Acteens 5 day night. Senior Choir meets
\ ning game you have a better Boldwi of Interlachen Jerry Hill. p.m.; Family Night Supper, Tuesday night. Prayer Meet- ARGENTINA
si passing game," says Coach Bolden, Jr., San Jose, Calif., 6 p.m.; Prayer Meeting and ing Wednesday night.The Cir- LB .95)
Hurse. and George Bolden of Melrose. FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS R.A., 6:30; Teachers and cle will meet at the homeof BAH I A
f Mike Perkins has been the Funeral services were held We would like to offer our Officers Meeting 7:15;Church Mr. and Mrs. Clarence seed
fI real surprise on defense, May 2 at Ellam Baptist Church sympathy .to the family of Choir Practice 8 p.m. Covlngton. Thursday night the
I mainly because he has never of Melrose with Rev. Jerry Foster Lott who passed a- ThursdayLadles i Bell Prayer Band will meet at the LB. .57BAHIA
played football before and Is Milton and Rev. Charles Lit- way last Sunday morning. Mr. Choir Practice 12 noon; Visitation home of Mrs. Emma McKay.
very quick and uses his zell officiating. Burial was Lott was well known and well 7 P.m. Friday night the Ladies will
strength very well. "If Per- In the Melrose Cemeterywith liked by all who knew him be selling pies from the kit-
kins makes up his mind he Masters Funeral Homeof and will be missed by all MADISON STREET chen. Saturday the I Can Cir-
can be a starter either way" Interlachen In charge. his friends. BAPTIST CHURCH cle will sell dinners from
Lolly- says Coach Hurse. Fred Phillips entered the Sunday School, 9:45: Mor- the kitchen. FOR YOUR PLANTING NEEDS
Terry Hayes and Donald Lo- Myrtle B. Davis hospital on May 7. ning Worship at 11; Church Sunday services will begin
per have looked good at the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rho- Training 6:15 p.m. ; WMU with Sunday School at 9:30

Madonnai defensive i end positions while Mrs. Myrtle B. Davis 59 den celebrated their 13th wed- Prayer circle, 7:15: Evening Morning service at 11 with

I Steve Register, Chuck Nor- of Route 1, Starke, died Thursday ding anniversary on Monday Service 7:30.Monday the youth In charge. Leagueat
ton and Gary Wallace are all May 7. Congratulations Wal- -- Youth Choir 4 p.m. At 6 p.m. the Mis-
May 3
at her homeon
j,GJ PANAVISION MOM MICR :tMETROCOLO looking better at the defensive Highway 16 East after a ter and Peggy, and many many 7 p.m. sion will have charge of ser-
vices. The public is invitedto
tackles. long Illness. She was bornIn more. Tuesday -- Bible Study 10
f PLUS Donnie Sewell along with Hampton S.C. on Aug. 27, a.m. Girls in Action, 3:30 attend. FLA. PEAT
Perkins Is holding down the
1913 and had lived in Starke
middle guard spot and both since 5th GRADING PERIOD1st p.m.Wednesday -- Family Night New Bethel Baptist Church,
1948. She
was a mem-
PETERCAREY have shown a lot of strengthand ber of the First Baptist Church Grade Honor Roll (A): 6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Bu. Bog. .77
M.D. t agility, says Hurse. Right Pamela Kaye Stinson Dee Dee Mission Friends. 7:30: ; Adult Weekly services will begin
i: now It appears one will be Surviving are her husband Wolters. (AB): Rebecca Ruth Choir Deacons Meeting 8:30. with Prayer Meeting Tuesday 5 Bu. 3.47

)1 nose and the other will play Harry K. Davis; two sons, Crawford Robin Kay Yeager Thursday -- VBS Planning Gco=oa QQ QOOCQ=o= = = .
somewhere else.Linebacker Harold K. and Randall W. Donna Elaine Mowry, Mary Meeting 3:30 p.m. CARD OF THANKS .
JAMES COBURN position Is the Ann Parmenter Gall Marie "-.
Davis both of Starke four
; Denton Sumrall, Pastor -
JENNIFER O'NEILL most Inexperienced on the brothers Roscoe Ronel, Sullivan Kevin Bradford Rus- We wish to thank the many -
team. It started out slow but Willard, and Wilfred Gooding sell. friends and relatives in this
; 2nd GradeA) Doug Glover 7% "'I'I'Ii.L'(1I'l)7/ \
Is Improving each practice. and one sister, Mrs. Juanita community for each prayer,

THE CAREY Chandler, Reddish, Puckettand Tolbe.all 01 North Charleston Rhoden, D. J.Monica Riddick.Brown(AB) Marty Karen "Money talks, but in these the beautiful flowers the ( .'II 1:1:' 0! 40 LB. BAG I. 17
delicious food and for
Barber are the four making $ ; and four grandchil- every M
L 'R EAlYIEJ: a bid for the linebacker dren, Helle Jeannie Lloyd, Arneth 'cents days a'enough dollar doesn't have expression of your love and 1I01l.... J.: ,INM.T,, ,, ...,! t tSIMn
positions. Funeral services were heldat Meece. to'say any concern during the loss of
Chandler with 10 3rd GradeNo A's. (AB) thing.I Bert "Lucky" our mother. God bless :
PANAVISION'P'J Ct some varsity a.m.Saturday In the First you _
: Allyson Waters Wally Faulk- Boyack Davis County (Utah all strive do S in I Ir I ill t
METROCOLOR sou experience at linebacker looks Baptist Church with Rev Les- ) as you to His
the best so far, according to ter Austin conducting. Inter- ner, Terry Ann Anzaldi. Clipper. will. ,,
tn n n
4th GradeNo A's. (AB)
Hurse. However Reddish and ment was In Crosby Lake The family of Mrs. Avie
Sun. Mon. May 13, 14 Barber Debbie Parmenter, Marian Pearce
have shown good im- Cemetery with DeWitt C. Trisler. 50Z. R.0. 2.10 I U7
provement.At Jones Home In charge. AB ]ooo====ooooo=o==oo : = = c
5th GradeNo A's. ( )
the monster position Mike
THE LEGEND OF Gaskins R. TomlinsonRoy Teresa Gosnell, Dale Bradley ..
and Stuart Strickland Scot .. .'*'!' HI )9I ; ,.,
have looked good and Leonard Reggy Brown Clark --.m
Sapp and Pete Puckett are Tomlinson 70 died Saturday Craig Scott Timmy Jones, 4 LB. BAG1. 11UTOMAr1
also coming along real well 5 Alachua Gen John. Williamson. 1. I
6th Grade) (A) Jay Faulk- /,
according to Hurse. eral Hospital after a long il-
Hampton, Barnes and Nich- lness. He was a retired bin ner.G.(AB Wadsworth.) Phillip Hall Rob- I II".d" ,. 10', ,:,

ols have shown good improve- farmer of Bradford County. 0 (. 1'///1f/11'.
ment at the cornerback Surviving are his wife MODERNIZING
positions YOUR HOME ?
y Tim Crews has not Annie Mae Sweat Tomlinson of Hope Baptist Long Lasting 1. )7

(IKtei ball been because able to of practice track foot-sea- Edwin Starke;Williams two daughters Starke Mrs.and II 0111 eco 111 ing GO MODERN ALL THE WAY ',.I..izf.. 1.77 R.g. 1.99

Q man usUM1 son. Mrs. Martel Jackson Orange Sunday 20 with the all Lnr_ts'jsr
May new Chrysler
Airtemp ,
SttWesllaisl U1LCU. Softies Ronnie Hall and Da- Park; four sons, Leroy Tom- 3.57

m THE LEGEND: vid McMillan are battling It linson Milliard; and Walter, Hope Baptist Church of whole house air conditioningFREE
Ronald and Winfred Tomlin-
Igtsas rBCHGBIEIIRGxncct out for the right side. Hall( Theressa will celebrate Its '
has had experience at the son all of Starke two annual Homecoming on Mother's 72 o i( Iiher.. Ilnl'; .

position on varsity last year. brothers Shep Tomlinson St- Day Sunday May 20, SURVEYCALL R.g.
? COLOR James improved arke and Harold Tomlinson, US NOW N
Aldridge has with special events plannedfor 1.87
Jacksonville two 8
sisters oz.
considerably at the ; the day. Rev. R.V. 1296 2.29
PLUS left safety and Larry Sherman Mrs. Virginia McKinney and Hogarth former pastor.will

Little Faus Just up from track. Is arke Mrs. Ella 13 grandchildren Sweat both of, and St- bring the morning message. { ..+ ciwun._..... ." Cw CHRYSLER PT. 3.49 0 2.97
And looking very promising. ; Special recognition will be --ril,(I emp l y CORPORATION
four great grandchildren. given in the morning servicesto 372 Brownl QT. 5.69
and W 4.97
Jimmy Cauley Jeffrey
Big: Halsey Funeral services were held the member present who Stark.. Fla,
McRae both have
a chanceto
at 4 p.m. Monday in Jones
has been member for the 964-8363
bid for defensive back positions Memorial Chapel with J.C. a
according to Hurse. great number of years and
Brown minister of the First
to the member who has tra- STARKE FLORIDA
Christian Church and Rev. veled the farthest distanceto APPLIANCE
Jim Black conducting. Interment -
was In Santa Fe Cem- attend the Homecoming. PEST
FLORIDA THEATRE Dinner on the grounds will
etery under direction of De- be enjoyed directly after Wh.r. Fair Prices and Quality
Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. ONTROL
the morning worship service
Work I Is Our PrldV
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Mrs. Ollie Gore with singing in the afternoon
Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 featuring the Weeks family. 1 CHEMICAL CO.
Rev. Merle the Professional Repairman Employed
Mrs. Gore 89, of St-
Fri. Sat. Sun. arke died Saturday May 5, pastor, says "Good
in the Starke Nursing Home preaching good food and
May 11, 12, 13
after an extended Illness. She good fellowship will be the
order of the and
day every-
native of
was a Florida bornon

WALT productions DISNEY Oct. 8, 1883.Surviving are. three daughters one_Is_o Invited=OwOOOOO to attend." NEED HELP WITH YOUR BUGS?

Mat fj I 1 arke; Mrs. Da McCraney, Pa- There will be a cemetery
latka; and Mrs. Daisy Lee working at Dyal cemetery .r"! ,
Weeks Orange Heights; 17 Saturday May 12. All those 'i / ,\ ,
/ .. "
;:l '-- grandchildren 27 great-great Interested please attend and ,,;.-00 \k'.
Sugar '
grandchildren. bring your own tools. 1' / ..
Funeral services were heldat : .;:y''
.Jr \ ..It
I rti
2 p.m. Tuesday in Bethel d. "
fin .'It < \
Baptist Church With Rev. p.: "
TECHNICOLORa James Saunders and Rev. Dor- I
.., ........ _..
A..ul M u.su"""'U''O' co ia. _:QJ sey Layman conducting. Interment r
was In the Windsor RUBBERSTHfflPS
PLUS0:0:0x0:0:01 Cemetery with DeWitt C.
Jones Funeral Home In f ,y < ,
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Good From The Bad O'Mer.rr.

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Americans, who are understandably the Manchester (N.II.) Union Leader By planting 122 million
reluctant to believe the full which asserted that longtime Nixon A seedling trees In 1971-72,

Implications of a scandal that casts operative Murray Chotiner was Involved Florida regained its titleas
the top tree planting stateIn
its long shadow on the White House, in collecting $1.1 million in 'c the nation, making the
are hoping that something useful will unreported re-election fund contri- T. seventh year in the past
come out of the Watergate conspiracywhen butions from Las Vegas gambling fr'at ,. : ten Florida has held the

the dust has finally settled interests and the Teamsters Union. i +wlrnt r -4 t, ,t +. ,, 1 title
and the guilty ones are made to The story implied that the money !!II Last vear. more than 113.000

pay for their crimes. was given in exchange for relief acres of Florida land were
from an Impending Justice Depart- f reforested with commercialand

The resulting good might very ment suit challenging loans allegedly landscape Pines species the major of

well be reforms In our election made to the gamblers by the team- They trees.timber crop of, Florida, accounted -

system that-- although they will not sters for a large part of
prevent all infractions-- might at Don'tBuild the efforts of Industry and
least forestall operations on the scaleof These are just two instances, private landowners. Also
Watergate from ever occurring in addition to the notorious ITT con- significant was the surprising

again. tribution, running into seven figures, 4. number and trees of hardwoods used for environ-planted,
made while the huge corporation was j mental plantings.
involved in anti-trust suits broughtby i..
the government and which were r' In fact, the state's cover

History tells us that most gov- later settled in its favor. of trees has become more
Them nearly balanced with pines
ernmental reforms have come only and hardwoods than at any
after Americans have been shakento At least three "secret funds" time since 1936, In spite
the core by scandals or eventsof were apparently operating on behalfof __ of the fact that a few cri-

the first magnitude.The the campaign to re-elect Presi- Like I tics still contend that Florida -
Is developing a "pine
dent Nixon. According to the News- __ monoculture."
big money operations of the week report these were:
1972 Nixon re-election campaign cer- YWttttV4iMi They yt Tree planting began In earnest -
tainly provide a favorable backgroundfor -The Stans Fund. A safe full in 1928, the year the
needed election reforms, dealingas of cash In the finance director's Florida Forest Service was

they do with secret slush funds, office that Federal investigators now Used To born.logging era Colorful In Florida though had the

tainted money, and other skullduggerythat believe may have ranged between r t been, it left many acres
staggers the Imagination.As $800,000 and $1.3 million. I of cut-overwoodlandsInsects;

d and fires were destroyingthe
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described in a recent issue -The Haldeman Fund. Another rest

of Newsweek, each new disclosure $350,000 reported turned over by This Is the farmhouse, built Mr. Norman lived there until S. G. Denmark and John A. ladder and "brush broom" Since that early date, the
in the tangled Watergate affair the Committee to Re-elect the Pres- of yellow heart pine more his. death, raising ten chil- Torode. leaning against a picket fence. year the state's reforestation
has carried a price tag-- from petty ident to the White House chief of than 100 years ago by Sam- dren and stepchildren, and The pictures show The broom was used by the message became a theme to
cash spent for electronic bugs, to staff, who kept it in his office from uel J. Norman, a native and the house continued to be occupied : Norman sisters to keep their help restore badly abused
pioneer farmer of the wes- Upper left: the main house, forestland, the Sunshine state
by three of his daugh-
some $350,000 allegedly set asidein April 1972 and used for various pur with yard swept bare of grass and
tern part of Bradford Coun- ters, one a widow, and the original part In weeds as was the custom of has planted 2.3 billion seed-
total secrecy to pay for the legal poses. ty.This other two, never married. After front, and the separate, but early days. lings, mostly in north Florida.
fees, living expenses and, presum- old abandoned farm the death of two of the attached kitchen, which was
ably, the silence of the seven original -The Kalmbach Fund. Some house, with Its accompanyIng daughters, the third one, Miss built some time later. Lower right: Old well,which With approximately'148,000acres
Watergate defendants.By $500,000 from undisclosed contribu- out-buildings) of weather- Eula Norman, due to her advanced Upper right: the sagging was the farm's only sourceof In commercial forest
tors in 1971-72 controlled by thePresident's beaten beauty, Is symbolicof age, went to live witha barn made of logs and hand water for many years. land, Bradford County is
a style of architecture that distant relative In Union hewn timbers Is covered witha The scene Is not doing her part In promoting
last week the tainted funds attorney and chief West Forestry In Florida one of
will soon be recorded only County The farm, after more tin roof to replace the original modern, but It possesses
were being measured in the millions, Coast rund-ralser. In photographs such as these, than a century of service to wooden shingles. rugged beauty of Its own, anda a the State's biggest commer-
and several more secret caches had and the memories of those the family, was recently sold Lower left: Side view of the peaceful quiet that is sel- cial activities.
come to light. These developments At least $30,000 to $40,000 of who once knew them.County, to two Starke businessmen house, showing homemade dom found today In 1971, the estimated stumpage '

brought the strongest criticism yet this latter fund is believed to have value of forest products

by the government's General Account- gone for undercover work by Donald harvested In Florida was

ing Office concerning financial she- H. Segretti, now said to be the mas- HOMENOTES over $56 million. The whole-
nanigans of the GOP campaign to termind of the forged letters which sale manufactured value of
the raw product estimatedat
re-elect the President. were mailed out in Florida to dis- Agents over $732 million.was

credit Democratic Presidential can- From Your
According to the Newsweek report didate Edmund Muskie, whom the The Commissioner of Agri-

1 Federal investigators suspect Republicans feared as a potential Notebook ExtensionHomeEconomics value culture estimates of Forest the Products retail i G

IJ that the Nixon committee may have opponent to Nixon, more than they t at $1.5 billion for 1971.
spent some $10 million more thanit feared Senator McGovern. BY .

reported, before and after the new ::21 Agent
Federal election finance law took With all of this hot money floating Bobby .t, S tump's

effect on April 7, 1972. around, with few if any strings Taylor A1 r 1,1 KATHY
attached, it is understandable how Will Move t

Some $200,000 of this huge fund the fantastic events of Watergatecould l.Fl BROWN

is believed to have come from an have occurred.In .
unreported donation to the reelection If you have been outside To CenterStump's

committee by Robert Vesco, a better and taking weather advantageof, you have noticed the- Recently a homemaker
financial wheeler-dealer and alleged view of such disclosures, it that our love bugs are called my office to ask how Department Store,
swindler who was charged last fall, does not seem possible that Presi- back right on schedule. These she could make butter with the oldest retail clothing storeIn
along with 41 other defendants, in a dent Nixon can continue to oppose pests have been showing up her electric mixer or blender. Starke, will move into the
suit at least twice per year In We have located Infor- new Bradford Square shopping
brought by the Securities Exchange fundamental changes in the campaign
May and September for sev- Joe Scanlan Is RecognizedAs mation In answer* to this center on U.S. 301 South when
Commission with milking spending laws he has consistently
as eral years now. They are question and thoughtwe'dpassit completed next fall.
some $224 million from an invest- done in the past. But action shouldbe usually with us In great num- Ranking College DebaterJoseph on to other homemakerswho I
ment firm which Vesco acquired in taken soon before the Watergate bers for about six weeks. might also be Interested. The announcement made ,
by Jack Davis, vice presidentof
1971. disclosures are forgotten. There has Itaskell Realty Developers,
never been a time when a better These bugs do not bite or Scanlan, right, St. Tournament In Orlando where If you have a quart of heavy who said that Stump's spaceIn
All of the principals have Insisted opportunity presented itself to get sting, but are a real pestIf Johns River Junior College the Vikings were also tour- cream and an electric mix- the new shopping center
there you are painting or cook- student from Starke, receives nament champions. er, you can make a poundof would be 6,000 feet
was no thought of Influence the congressional leaders of both Ing around the home. The the "Outstanding Debater A- square I
butter In about 5 minutes. almost twice the '
of Its
peddling connected with the parties to agree on reformation of greatest problem, however, ward" from Ron Brown, assistant Assistant debate coach Hon If are planning to freeze present location. space
$200,000 gift and a later installmentof the campaign spending rules to pre- seems to be their damageto debate coach, for his Brown said, "Joe Is consi- homemade butter, It Is best
$50,000 but New York GOP automobile paint and radiators achievements this year. dered to be one of the best
a grand vent such travesties as the to pasteurize the cream because Stump's which was estab-
jury is checking into They also fill the debaters In Florida and In the butter will be less lished In Starke In 1911
possible con- secret funds, but the opportunity will Scanlan received the award the nation." His ability by
spiracy and election-law violations. soon pass unless Congress strikes windshield hazardous and unless make the driving wind- In recognition of his achieve- recognized at the National was Debate likely to become rancid or the late Fred F. Stump, has
Another Instance is ment In leading the Viking develop off-flavors In stor- been in Its present locationon
reported by while the iron is hot. shield Is cleaned frequently. Tournament In Gatlin- Call
debaters to one of their best age. To pasteurize cream, Street for 61 years.
burg, Tenn., where
Many motorists are now usIng one Judge
It Is
heat It in a regular home a department store witha
screens and wind deflec- seasons. commented. that he was "oneof pasteurizer In double complete line of
or a men's
I Thanks To The JudgeIn tors on the front of their Although a freshman, Joe college the best debater, If not he has the best, boiler, stirring frequently, to women's and children's shoes,
cars. has accumulated a 36-20 record heard." ever 160 165 degrees F. Chill and ready to wear, as wellas
and has received out- quickly to 50 degrees F. piece goods and other sew-

all of the millions of words The full story never would have Some research to find an Is effective now underway standing speaker awards at Joe is a graduate of Brad- Mixer-Made Butter Churn ing materials.
four of eight tournaments. ford High School and Is the
that have been written and will be been told had it not been for Judge method of control Sanitation, This includes best speaker at son of Col and Mrs. J, A. the butter If you have a churnor Mr. Davis said that the tar-
written about Watergate, far too few Sirica's willingness to take the ball pesticide, and biological con- the Valencia Invitational Scanlan of Starke. ,pour 1 quart heavy cream get date for opening of Brad-

have been used in praise of a hard- from Inept Justice Department pros- trol methods are being evaluated .-......-.._..._...._........_._.._._._._ .... ...uu..__________. (35% butterfat) Into the large ford Square Is tentatively set
nosed, determined and fearless his However, no real recommendations ;';;';';''';';;';;';';0;';;';';';';;;';';;';';';;;; ;;;:;:;:;:o:;;;:;;;::;;;:;;;::;;:;:;:::::::::;::::,:.:.:;:;:::::;:;:;::::;:::::::;::::;::::::;;::fi bowl of your mixer. Cover for October 15. Site prepara-
judge ecutors and start questioning on for their con- the bowl with foil, Insertingthe tion Is almost complete and
named John J. Sirica. Had It not been own after telling one witness, "I'm trol are available at this time. have There beaters through a hole the builders expect to start
for his efforts, the fantastic opera- sorry, but I don't believe you." Another pest that can cause seems gone to up be a shortage of made in the center of the pouring footings before June
tion, in all of its ramification, might economic damage Is the Imported our most commonly used analyses foil. This eliminates spatter- 1.
never have come to light.It The judge was obviously impatient fire ant. This Insect I hope you have hada ( Ing and clean-up work. The three largest
at seeing the trial being frus- Is becoming well establishedIn soil sample recently on Beat cream at high speed until T.G.BYwith tenantsare
was he, more than anyone trated by witnesses who were obviously This some pest parts can of be our controlledIf County. your pastures and other landsso flecks of butter begin to feet, Wlnn-Dlxle with 22.7

else, who broke the case open, by perjuring themselves in his a Mirex bait Is properly stitute you to can get make adequate a good fertilization sub-- and form. beat Then turn until to the low butter speed thousand, and Eckhard's
his threat of heavy sentences for courtroom. "He just couldn't takeit applied If you have the imported To The Editor: "comes"or until butter- Drugs with 10,000. About 9,000
the convicted Watergate ringleaders, ," one of the lawyers on the Ore ant and would like I find It quite disturbing milk separates from butter. square feet of rental space
unless they came clean and told case commented. And thanks to his to bait your land, call us that we have city employes Pour off the buttermilk.Add Iss said.still available, Mr. Davis

the grand jury or Sen. Ervin's spe- refusal to sit idly on the bench and as soon as possible. who think they own depart-
The 1973 strawberry sea- ments of the city, and others cold water equal In
cial .
Watergate committee what "take it the great Watergate clam-
they son Is Just about over. Most who have to answer to no one. quantity to the buttermilk. Use
knew about the crimes. Not all of up was finally broken and the truth Seems that most of our of the fields should be opento It Is my fear that If they water 2 or 3 degrees F. cool- WISH I'D SAID
them talked, even then, but enoughof brought to light. spring crops are finally mak- the pub'ic on a U-Plck-It have to answer to no one, er than the buttermilk. Agi
them did to start the domino Judge Sirica has the reputationof ing some good growth even basis by this weekend. Pro- they might soon own their own tate at lowest speed. Pour THAT ; ,.
chain reaction that implicated one being "one of the tougher judgesin though moisture Is a little duction and price have been department or possibly the off water and repeat, using
short In most areas. Fresh pretty good for the few grow- whole city. slightly cooler water each
after the other" of the White House the world of criminal law. Would vegetables out of the garden ers we had this year. I have --R.C. Dampier time, until water drained off
"palace guard. there were more like him. will be welcomed by our had numerous calls from out- is clear. This is Important.
-- housewives who have had to of-town folks who wanted to An open letter: Butter that Is not washed thor-
pay pretty high prices for come pick berries and I have I wish to thank Mr. Gene oughly will not retain Its prime "Never leave well enough
onions, cucumbers, tomatoesand had to tell them that our a- Matthews, Mr Arch Thomas quality long when frozen. alone. It generally isn't good
other vegetables. creage was low this year and and another nice gentlemenwho "
Introduced Work out water by press- enough. Clarln I>. Ashby.
ORIDq that only a few fields have himself tome,
tE BRADFORD C0t, !Most of us look forward to been open until now. but I can't remember his Ing butter against the sidesof The Unitah Basin (Utah)
ic 4 our home grown vegetableseach name, for showing me the new bowl with a butter paddle. Standard.
(ACTIVE year even If the pricesIn With this almost water system and how It worksat Salt the butter slightly, 1/2
season behind
yjMIMftfl./ rtrgrapbgTjpN : our stores were lower. us, I'm hoping that thIsyear's Crosby Lake Cemetery, teaspoon to one pound butter, "Some minds are like con-
You Just can't beat freshnessIn and where to get a special If cream Is pasteurized. (You
crete all
will mixed
growers help us up'and
> vegetables and fruit for valve for using this system.Up can add more salt--2 teas- per-
to talk strawberries
so we manently set. Duane C.
the butter will not -
and poons-but
quality taste. till then I
BOB G. FERGUSON= JOHN= M. MILLER can increase our settings this my sons and
had carried lots of gallons of keep as well.) Do not salt Griggs, New London (Iowa)
Pasture growth Is fall. We need of
Publishers certainly more the Journal.
Published each Thur.day'and entered as Second Clan platter! the Pose a relief for our cattlemen. small family type patches and water In Clorox Bottles half butter made from unpasteurIzed -
ac Office Scarke cream.
1'la. under Ace of March 3. 1879. ac The feed bill has been extremely farmer growers to get back way across the cemetery, try-
ing to get grass to grow on Press butter Into glass Jarsor
high this winter. It's into operation. Strawberrieshave "If think have Influence
you you -
Subscription rate in trade urea: 16 per year: U.50 six month good that beef prices have been good to Bradford my late wife's grave. We plastic containers with

Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: $7 per year: $1.00 .ix months. Starke, FU. been higher to the cattleman County In the past. I think water are truly system grateful for the new tight-fitting and cover It lids with, or a mold mois It eNe's dot, try around.ordering"-someone Lois W.
since cost of production has they can be a major
risen Thank You ture-proof wrap. Freeze at Mataon.The Kiester (Minn.)
so sharply Fertilizers for us again. James Reddish 'once. Courier

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i milg Dist. 25.J 4 dvisoryormed Lack Of County Help

Group"F Causes To

May 10, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 13 The Keystone Heights Area time and place will be givento City Drop

Advisory Committee was organized the public in advance.

Saturday, May 5by Other members of the com-

I Redfearn Is p 1 r .4t+ Rep. Frank Williams of District mittee are Judy Cunningham, Area Sewer
25.M.S. Project
Ellen Stanley Gilmer H
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Fire Chief jllil aJftp .r Clance was appo. Jackson, Rev. Lawrence Carroll *
chairman of the committee and Michael Ciance. -
which is composed of area Keystone Heights' dreamsof that day, that "It doesn't look that she believed the board
Huntley Redfoarn Jr. was 4.. residents. an areawide sewer project good that the board Is goingto still had an open mind on the
elected chief of the Keystone Work Slow seemed shattered Tuesday assist us." subject. She said it still was
Heights Volunteer Fire Department "This Is the first of five night when the City Council Member Roy Watkins, who not clear to some membersof
this past month advisory committees to be voted to proceed on Its originalIncity attended the Clay Commission the board Just what was
and will hold the post fora organized in District 25. On Melrose plan due to a reported meeting, said that only Involved in the matter, and
year. The others will be locatedin unwillingness on the partof two members of the board that the board had been advised -
Starke,Green Cove Springs, Fire House Clay and Bradford Countiesto seemed favorable to assist- that funds were not available -
Jim Zowarka
was elected Orange Park, and the northern participate in the cost of ing with the project. lIe then for participation in
assistant chief, Tommy Tom- rte. part of St. Johns County; ," Construction of a Volunteer an additional outside-city sur- made a motion that Keystone the project under the current
linson and Chester r
Moody 71 Rep Frank Williams said. Fire Department station at vey. revert to its original in-city budget.In .
captains and
Tommy Tyre
Frank Walrath; lieutenants; "I promised when I ran Melrose Is proceeding slow- 'ine additional survey was plan, writing letters to all other matters, Mayor
Charlie Head,first aid officer, for office that I would bring ly because of a shortageof being considered on advice of parties concerned explainingthat Ray Starnes, who had just
and Ed Bennett, engineer the state government closerto funds, according to Fire Sverdrup & Parcel, the city's the two counties concerned returned from a vacation
Ed O'Brien was elected the people. I planto Chief Rudolph Dampier.lIe engineers, who said EPC(Environmental would not cooperate. cruise, asked what progress

president, Bruce McRae,vice- keep my promise and said a 36 ft. by 90 Protection Agency Councilman Gay Livingston had been made on plans for
Tom Crittenden, these committees are a part ft. foundation has been instal- ) would no longer make reported that he had "heardthe the 4th of July "Our Country
president treasurer;, and Bill Beams&- Sen.. from Art F.stlval.Arts of this effort," said Williams. led for the building which federal grants for sewer sys- news" that a Federal judge Day" and was told that Ed
went to will house the department'snew tems to small municipalitiesunless was trying to shake loose several Bennett had been named Com-
cretary. Williams on
Rep. pumper, but work is they converted to an million dollars In EPA mander of the events, and that
K M M M H M H M N M Festival say that and he is opening to be area in now at a standstill because the area concept, taking in thickly grant money, and there still the Volunteer Fire Depart-
The Future Homemakers of offices plans project Is being financed populated districts outsidethe might be a chance to obtain ment had already ordered
least a
at once
America Club met a few days each area the legis- solely by contributions. city limits. the project on a city basis $1,000 worth of fireworks.
week soon as
after and made school doll this clothes past for week the Termed SuccessThe lative as session is over. Dampier said the depart- Keystone had already paid only.Mayor Ray Starnes and City; Clerk Kitty McGlave

children In Nicaragua. The Committeewill ment serves adjacent partsof its engineers $1,700 for an Chairman Fox remarked that read a letter from Communi-

Friendship Club of Starke and Third Annual KeyIn the Keystone City; Park The begin Keystone regular meetingssoon Putnam four Bradford counties and Alachua Clay, in-city survey and It was it would not be fair for the cable of Palatka, stating
estimated that the additional to reporton
the Girl Scouts aided In this stone Heights School Arts and this being the first year and notification of the and that the volunteers city to pay the extra $9,000 there was nothing
are survey of the outside area TV cable ser-
project. Festival was held April 28 it has been presented to the tor the additional survey proposed
financial assistance
seeking would cost a maximum of outsidethe vice for Keystone, but thatit
the was
from the counties on that $9,000, although It could be corporate area limits. planned a survey this monthto
j I basis. less. sample the potential in
MELROSE He said Alachua Countyhas ; Fox remarked that the City Keystone for purposes of its
already helped by flnan- Since portions of the out- had offered to Increase Its franchise.A .

j BUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S 3r, d We ..!. M 1i.i t ding the purchase of a 750- and side Bradford area are Counties in both ,Clay the ,payment to 40 per cent, assuming letter of resignation was
i gallon pumper which cost the amount that Brad- read from newly elected
$19,299 and that the city; asked Bradford to pay and thatit
I money ford refused to pay, Councilman Bill Cole sayinghe
t will be repaid to the county; 20% of the possible $9,000 had also offered to borrow would be unable to serve
SUPPLIES I ISLIM'S I HARDWARE GARDEN \l11 and Clay County 60% ($5,400).
+ mot kY' during the next 10 years. the money for the entire a- because of illness in his family -

But Dampier said It will The city was notified last mount and allow Clay Countyto and the Increased work
f J.- j Yee DARE cost $2,000 to properly equip week by Ralph Bryan, chair- pay back its share from load at GE's Gainesville plant,
l the new fire truck, which man, that the Bradford Com- funds provided in its next where he Is personnel manager
Fish -ITStuff MJtKN CENTER was delivered in Marchand mission had decided not to budget.In It was decided to delay
that the fire house will cost participate since that area consideration of a replace-
Live Bolt A complete |line| of Hdw. .- -- ( a telephone Interview Cole until the June
about $10,000, even If most of the county; is better adapted with County ment for
Cricket .Shlnn. .-Worms BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS of tanks after the meeting meeting.
e r of the work is done by volu- for the use septic Commissioner Kathleen
Minnow Plumbing & Electrical Supp. X =:;; nteers. He said the lot than some other sections Murrhee, who represents the
TACKLERODSREELSFISHING Gro-Tone FortiliiortInsecticide where the building will be which might need sewer ser- Keystone district, The Mon- *

& HUNTING ..' located cost$5,000. vice more than the well- itor was told that no voto; Cotmlrjmusic from out of
Lumber. & Material Some funds are raised, drained area near Keystone.
AMMUNITION Building was taken on the matter at the South is becoming ctti/ied.
LICENSES Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Light he said, by monthly rummage Chairman Fox said Tues- We knew it won coming whena
ICE t sales and other events suchas day night that from reportshe the Tuesday meeting,no mem- Manhattan hostess served
K.ytton. Hgti. 473-4357 Keystone Heights 473-3663_ a carnival, but more helpis had received of the Clay ber of the board spoke against us a grit souffle.
_. r needed. Commission meeting earlier assisting with the project,and

CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION AIR COND. public, was termed a great John Maxfield, David Few, Students
success. Sandra Wilcox, Mary Beth 2 I
THEISES TV & Art has always been a me Erb, Betty Jo Russell and
APPLIANCE dia of communication and the Lonnie Tuller. Compete In
Robbie's Camp -O TO-q*.* Keystone School decided tc The citizens of Keystone This new middle priced office
Trailer Sales Q uusar share It with the community Heights will be looking for- Science FairTwo .
In order to constitute better ward to the Fourth Annual
safety Low Gas CG.; STERO communication between the Art's Festival next Spring.
Keystone Heights students
lot CAR AND PORTABLE typewriterfrom SmithCoronacan
Price and Gators on students and the community; recently competed In
Hi Low Exclusive TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL as a whole. the Eighteenth Annual Flori-

Towing Insurance ANDRESIDENTIAL The Art Exhibit opened tc KeystoneBegins da State Science and Engin- do that the most
the public at 10 a.m. with eering Fair and State Science things
JAMES W. ROBINSON. PROP AIR CONDITIONING throngs of people viewing the Talent Search.

3.5 Miles S. Of Keystone, SALES & SERVICE displays. They consisted of The fair was held April 25- office
475-2035 oil paintings, sketches, sand 28 atBrevard Community; Col- expensive typewriter
KEYSTONE 473-1651 casting sculpture, water colors lege, Cocoa.
other artistic
and many Miss Terri AIJets was in
REAL ESTATE AUTO SERVICE crafts. Spring the Junior division of Botany. cannot.
During the day of events, Her project was entitled
Richard T. Lovorn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE puppet shows were presented "Does Air Turbulence Havean
the Beanstalk"being
"Jack and PracticeSpring
Effect on the Growth of
Kag. Real Estate Broker one by Phil Gann, Ca-
Front End Alignment Speed Coleus and Jacobena
Wheel Balancing thy Clark, Larry Klnchen,Eddie football practice at Miss Gayle Quagllano was
LAKE PROPERTIES 5 Meadows and Dudley Mc- Keystone High got underway in the senior division of Che
RESIDENTIAL e Air Conditioning/ Service Mullen. "The Wizard of Oz"was last week with about 20 grid- mistry. Her project was entitled -
given by Donna Flllmon,, for practice.
Brake Service ders reporting "New Sources for the
BUSINESS ACREAGE* Mike Bell, Vicky Brown Under the leadership of next Paper Industry".
INSURANCE Lubrication Oil Change Scott Leap, Rusty Sumpter,, year's head coach Jay Gools-
Laurie Edwards, Cathy Clark,, by the footballers ran through While neither KH student
Keystone Hgtt. 473-3254 Tune lip'Goodyear Gregg Christensen, Bubb; basic running plays, blocking placed, they both were very
473-4692 Tires Lane, Ron Seabough, John Ta- assignments and simply got pleased and honored to represent
bier and Connie Hudson. acquainted with their new Keystone and were
Edna Kneppet4734111 both happy with all the new
21 and 1 BLK.N. The school band also gave coach. friends they met and all the ar
Martha Durbin 473-3362 1 BLK. Off E. under the According to Goolsby,nearly -
musical selections
Jim Fox 4734148C.B. Off 100 direction of Mrs. Anelle Dell,, all of the gridmen currently projects they viewed.
of the
McAfee 473-4050 KEYSTONE IIGTS. 4734052S. practicing are up from One of the highlights
Few presented a Film visit and tour of
David trip was a
BEAUTY SHOP E.: McKa y, Realtor Festival entitled "Sunrise last squad.year's Most of junior the returning varsity; Cape Kennedy on Friday moa In 3 Seconds In 3 Seconds In 3 Secondsit

Productions" which he fUmed varsity players are on the ning. .
Nell'sBeauty S.E. McKAY REALTORMember and spliced himself. track team and won't be able They were accompanied by it converts it converts converts

of Society The Drama Club,under the to practice until next week. David LaVallee, science tea-
Style Shot of Residential Appraise direction of Betty Jo Russell, Heading the list of returnees cher at the Junior High School. from from

"For a Serving/ This Area For 26 Years presented a scene from from last year's team fabric ribbon carbon ribbon black ribbonto
"You're a Good Man Charlie which posted a 5-4-1 recordare to graduation this year are
Phone Mrs. Melba Ilgen/! 473-4740 Brown," which will be pre- Robin Henderson, quar- all conference performers to to

lo"eller. Mrs. Dolores Gilmore 473-3600 sented on May 25. terback; Larry Turknett, run- Bobby Hurner, Jack Sheffieldand red ribbonIn
Mrs. Joanne Gassett 475-1622 The cast for this production ning back; Bill Ratilff, running Steve Byrd. carbon fabric
consists of Nancy White, Jeff back; Tom Strube, tac- Aprtng practice will con-
Leslie Robinson 4751035HomesAcreageKentals
Mr. Leukel. Debbie Mclnarnary kle; and Bobby Grayson, end. tinue through May 25.

Height VMelro l Tom Strube Farris, David and Zachary llughes, _Among those missing due .............. ....... ... .. In 3 Seconds 3 Secondsit
Barbara U" "''''''''''''''''''''''' ''' "WI!
S Office Phone 473-4816 "
Andrews.First place winners In the Double EE Mobile Homes Inc. A it converts converts

a Ray Shell High School Art division were 4500 N.W. 6th Street Gainesville, Flo. from
Lonell'i Boutique .. ; Wroekor Service John Maxfleld and Laurie
& Service from
Styles and Accessories We monitor channok 13 C.B. Wharton. Sales red I
Catherine Neylans won first)
24 IMS place for her drawings,Terry blue ribbonto
Woman I Service T' Whisenant and Eva Roller Sizes Including ''Doublewides ribbon
.. %y first with their display
Hwy 21 B tw nK AA placed
>y>ton. & Mdroi Keystone of crafts and Lester Ware Prices CompetitiveCLIFF to
Day Call 473-3083 for his sculpture. \
475-2211 u. ; Nights 473-2838 In the Junior high division,, RANKIN, Manager
el l Pam Kelton and Scott Mlllei blue preen ribbon

came In first.A PHONF. 372-5267 -
elaetrlca Contractor special thanks to all the
Pill Dirt
ribbon etc., etc.
merchants who donated the ...
Beach Sand Bell Electric Co. -- --------
prizes and gifts for the show - --
and they are as follows: R. T.
Clay FIIITractor James W. Bell, Owner
Lovorn Melba Hgen, Belote't j HOME OWNERSFor ,
Work CommercialResidential Drug Store, Bettye and Bert'i
Hank s.uningKEYSTONE Craft Shop Ducky's Depart
ment Store, Mallards, Manning -
HEIGHTS Repairs Hardware, Yvonne Pass- Home Improvement

PHONE 473-4761 Electrical Fixtures water and Al Watson. !

P.O. BOX 41 Range Hoods Also thanks to those wh: I And Bill Consolidatior $330Coronamatic!
Keystone Hgts. 473-3602 worked so hard to make this
LAKE GENEVACONTRACTORS a most successful event gc t '

to Lynn Kerry Sue Whidden,, .

Triangle, Enterprise, Inc. JOHNSON AUTO TUNE UP KH Classes
General Repairing Discount Co.

General Contractor Engints Rebuilt Visit UF I .,.,.., See Them Now at
Shop Work I
Machine '
CommetcialaResidential Minor Automatic Transmission I 116 North Walnut Street Or :
Licensed Insured Air Conditioning Mrs. Roy Bayless and Mrs, I .'. THE TELEGRAPH
FeaturingThe -Tires. Batteries Rita Walker took their seventh .: Phone John Bradley

Lindal Cedar Home Mon. Fri. 7:310 A.M. 6 P.M grade Science classes tithe ) I 135 W. Coll St. Stark
Sat. 7:30 1 P.M. University; of Florida April -. 964-5010
<"- 21 4733542 J
N. St. Rd.
473-4117 .
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ABOUT PEOPLE I r 21 callow
I I-, ,P'0.1J. ...f .r . ... con Smoked Ham
ILrrw .
c""t4 s -
Nde .a
,c.-.llw.,. .c..'-0 :.:. . ....... .'0 WHOLE OR HALF..,MILD CURED .HICKORY ,, "
J ? 1) ,c...tortilla.'''JN4' ..........." .... .12 Smoked Ham. 75C i
," .. .. .. .... .6' LB.
.1trocut4 c..z.::c' .
'"LIlI. ......... .......... ..., jUP' ''
( .0EB Ham Roast LB.98c !
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E E F P E 0 n grounds b ,DlflECTlONS,. ''a,... gaT ro.: $''2 HICKORY SMOKED MILD CURED CENTER CUT '
wore .: .
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/,: .,?Add h. IoutO.,.,...1:01: ..p.p.....mK. :: Ham Slices . $108 LB. !'
FRESH RED RIPE .adwc.h .
,. una op>
,/old '1 ::.r.r ,PIohl.: ,l BPOOn m 'Sootoffill' ,:,:
IhoIIo In4.. bal rolls,. Dew.. "llA .Add. fA..ddo. QUARTER SLICED r.
1 dish.
.and.ch"ada.. :.bale' at.'.;"hd.,J6 I 6oh/np hr.CWr I :" SFWn r.woln/np. ,oovc.eANq_Inre r Hickory Smoked Ham LB' 98C


$ Beef Chuck Roast. LB' 98C

PINTS Quantity. RightsReserved' Pure Ground Beef 3 "PA27c .:' $259

Whole Pork Loin LB' 88C




._ Y yCo Pork Picnics LB.69c

Limit 1 of choice with$7.50 or more purchase excl.cigt.
Jls{ 'Ot 1 ALL VEGETABLE ASTOR Delmonico Steaks $239
\ LB.
SAVE lieShortening
\:. 368,
Roast LB.X109
/ 3 LB. tjJ c .

thrifty SAVE 17c Maid Bartlett Pears 4 1 CANS $100 N.Y. Strip Steaks 10 AVG.: $1O98

ALL FLAVORS Limit 15 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarette BRAND SLICED

Chek Soft Drinks .AE.5 c. 15 CANS $100SAVE iif Meat 99CWD
!16. Bologna "

Heinz Ketchup . . . 4 BOTTLES 14-oz. $100


Helpers . 2 PKGS. $100SAVE / raw
I7cAurora 10
ROLL J s.159
Bath Tissue . . 4 PKGS. $100 BELOW

Fresh Florida Extra Large Eggs DOZEN 59c LB OVEN-READY


Fabric Softener . . . GAAR 99c

Armour Treet . . . 'CAN O 65e -


Arrow Paper Plates . . "PKG .T. 88eGREAT JUICE.

Charcoal . . 20 BAG 99CDELICIOUS

17'01. Fresh Yellow Florida Corn 11EARS 88C
Green Giant Peas 4 $100
. . CANS

SAVE 28c Vine Ripe Tomatoes . . 3 LBS. 99C
Handy Pants Disposable Diapers $100

CRACKIN' GOODSaltine Harvest Fresh Honeydews . .EACH 69C
Crackers . . . 3 Aa. M

DIXIE DARLING Fresh Florida Lemons . 15 FOR 89C

Family I Bread . . . 4 LOAVES $100

Twin or Flaky Rolls . . 2 PKGS.. 59e POLY BAG
SAVE lieDeep U. S. No. Regular Potatoes 5 aAa: 69e

Dressing 8-0.
Morton Pot Pies . . . 5 PIES $100
SAVE Morton Pie Shells . . 3 PKGS.24os.-PK.: $100

COFFEE 10e Morton SAVI :30 Parker House Rolls 3 PKGS.. $100

Limit 1 coffee of choice w/$7.50 or more parch excl.cigi SAVE :3tcMorton .
ASTORCOFFEE Danish Pecan Twist 2 1201.PKGS.. $100

SAVE 26c 79* Poly Bag Mixed Vegetables 2p.Ka. SSe

f 1 CAN Stouffer's Soups . . . 38.oa.' $100

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: JW.. Cereal : IJW PeanutPETER Butter JW Air Fresheners ::1 J.W Foil / JW Cottage Cheese ,
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LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf .
CLASSIFIED AD RATES & Country Club, ready for 'WE NOW HAVE'diamond nee- INSURANCE o-oao oao
Deadline for insertion Tues building on or for Investment dles for any make or model CARL BEGGS : Is something AT REDUCED RATES
day Noon Lots area approximately 1/2 stereo player.Dahmer's AUTO. FIRE BOAT
preceding : Sewing
Thursday Gulf Service Operators
acre and larger. Paved roads Discount House. tfchg
before publication. only 3 minutes from town. I II I missing? DOYLE E. CONNER
Minimum Charge $2.00
(Covers 15 Words) Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 SLEEPING PROBLEM? Rest- aw INSURANCE AGENCY tchg Experienced Preferred But We Will Train.
p.m. tfchg less? Get Snoozer Tablets fora USED
word over 33, lOt safe night's sleep. Only If You Are Seeking Regular Permanent
Central Machine
All Classified Ads must be FOR SALE- Baby Calves I&. 98C. Andrews Pharmacy.2tP .
paid for in advance unless goats. Northern livestock, 517LICENSED And Tool Product. Employment.
you have established acc Waldo Road Gainesville.- PARTSFor
ount with the Telegraph in 3901. 4tp 5/10 electrician and TOOL MAKERS MAKERSDIE Cadillac Uniform Co.

that billing.event 50 Not* extra responsiblefor chargefor LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering home sub-contractor remodeling work.all types Also Most Makes (Pf Car MachinistsTop 441 E. Brownlee
Rmttm 54 Hour Wuk.HoapltallnUon. ,
errors when given over 6x_ ,,9. $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98]; welding. Speedy service. 964- 14 Hr. Wrecker Service. : Starke, Fla.
the 12x. 12. U.50; 12 x J5 only 5/31 In.uranc.
phone,or when is 8087. 5tp
not typed and brought to $14.95. Many patterns and colors Hwy. 301 N. Waldo i Clean Pr.cl.lon Air Condition

the office. Dahmer's Discount tf HOUSE PAINTLMG estimates Phon. 468.1998 : ShonCENTRAL
gladly given, hourly or by MACHINE Plumbing & Electrical 0. C. Cirits Nsrsery
BRACE yourself for a thrill FOR SALE18' glass boat, contract. First class work- There is plenty missing for & PRODUCTS Repair and Installation Thousand of Plant
the first time you use Blue 90 hp' Johnson motor-1965 and manship guaranteed. Lonnie 1 out you and a Carrier your family central with-air ACE ENTERPRISE,) Fruit Tree, Shade Tree*.
Lustre to clean rugs. Rent trailer $900 or best offer Roberts. Call-- Days 431- Mustang conditioning system. See Gainesville Fla. 24 Hour Service Etrtrgreen, Camellia,
electric shampooer $1. Dev- 964-8087. 5tp 5/31 9955 Nights & Weekends 431- us today during our fabulous Ph. 376-2533 964-8220 If No Answer Azalea. Roses
rick Inc., 301 E. Call St.. 1768. 4tp 5/31 MOBilE HOMES' pre-season pricebreaker Meet in Can* Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
9646163. Call 431.1000 or 411-1200
sale! _
FOR SALEOne 6-mo. heifer .-
one 8-mo. steer. Phone SHEET ROCK hanging & Finishing New Home Expected All ,,- -- \ SEWINGMACHINE FILING CABINETS. Typewriter 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starke,
964-8346 or, after five p.m.,, Ceilings crowfobted ,,;;. Stands, Desks Chairs, Hwy. 100 .
HOUSE FOR SALE 9648361. Itchg or swirled stucco & plaster This Week. Come In And N'!l IIMm :itl!:: !I! Safes.Bradford County Fterahome 659 2165
patching. Simulated brick or ImmmI:: !! Telegraph.
stone finish on old or new See Th.m Op.n Until Dark. .;'nunll"Ionaj ,: : -----
SIDE BY SIDE Refrigerator .."""" .ySawyerSlade and ,
Solos Service T
buildings. H & H Plastering
& Freezer only $400 with \
FOR SALE- bedroom block trade less than 5 years old. & Dry Wall Inc. Ph.7823896or 1650 N. Tempi Ave. -- PFAFF- ELNA I FACTORY HELP NEEDEDOwen
home carport, 2 lots WaldoPh.
468-1272 or 964-8641. P. Payments of $14.44 at Dahmer's 782-3578. 4tchg 5/10 964.7212 Starke, Fla. Gas Now Homo I t

O. Box 82. ltp Discount tfchg WANTED- Used furniture,re- Open 9716 Sun. 332 W. Madison WHITE I Jo! t of Florida Inc. needs dependable, able t tI

FOR SALEIn Hampton 1.6 FOR SALE- Lots zoned for mer's frigerators Discount washers.House-tfchg Dah- Starke, Fla. $49.50 up bodied factory help. No expert nce nocoary. I II
acres 3 bedroom house 2 Several mobile homes and houses. Your 964.7701 Part & Repairs Steady work, overtime, fringe benefit
subdivisions to choose on .
large porches. Deep well approximately I
30 pecan trees. from, only $95 down. Monthly M MASONERY! block & brick Real Estate all other molts machines
J. G. AdMns Box 70, Hampton payments to suit your budget. work done. Call 782-3215. t IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY AT I
Fla. 2tp 5/17 Ph. 468-1551 or 9648331.4tp 2tp 5/10 BrokerBUY Glass Repair
J 5/31 Houses and Trailers
chines &
I brick veneer 2 baths livIng FOR SALE- 12 x 60, 1970. mo- cleanedrepaired.. Registers STARKE Mooty & Son Glass Co. 611 W. Urviv. Avo.
kitchen bile home Manatee, new air iI I
area. Good location. Financing conditioner Westing- 7823020 Call Bill Powell Gainesville, Fla.
! available. Call Buford house 18,000 units new patio 4tp 510EARL'S Gainesville 5/3 4TP 5/24 I Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday t tI
I Mitchell 964-6853. tfchg roof partly furnished. West- 964-6464 378-1355
I II moreland Trailer Park Lot land clearing dozer I
Ii I 26, Starke. Ph. 964-6316. Itp work & nil dirt. Free esti- 24 Hrs. A Day ,
i 1
HOUSES 7:00A.M.To5:00P.M.
FOR SALE mates. Klngsley Lake Ph. 533- MILLER Ir.wmVOLKSWAGEN :
I $200.00 Down Payment. New 2147. 8tp 5/31
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3 Bedroom 1 Bath concrete only LONG CHAMPHome
block home. Central Air, shag $169.95. Just $16.75 down and For Plumbing Service
carpet; kitchen appliances in- 12 payments of $14.66 at Dah- and Building

and cluded.shopping Short walk areas.to schools Phone mer's Discount tfchg RAY'S Keystone ELECTRIC Hgts. CALL MaterialsWE IIIPP (j 1J jjf TRACTOR CO.

CROWN BUILDERS, 964- 1971 Glastron Boat, 1971 80 hp R.sid.ntlalCommercial lIULLISPLUlIDING BUILD- TI.phon.372.34U
8337. 2tchg 5/17 Mere &. trailer $1995.00. No New & Used
compromise. Call Bruce 964- Industrial CO. Solet Sor.lc.JtIJ! "Your Plan Or Ours
5262 after 5 p.m. Your Lot Or Ours."
NATIONAL mortgage company AAA Monitor Channel 13 New Construction Now & Used
has two four bedroom 2 On C.B. Radios 1 Mi. North of the Moll FREE ESTIMATES
bath homes for sale, on 1/2 FOR SALE- or 2 acres on Licenced & Bonded Or Repair 4 MI. North on U.S. 441
acre wooded lots. Low down SRD 230 between City lim- Phone 473-2154 GAINESVILLE Remodeling Repair
payment. Call and see how its and Country Club. Call Free Estimate Lake Geneva Fla. Additions GAINESVILLE. FLA.

easy It Is to own one of these 964-5010 during day 533-2214 Home Bought ., ,.
Ph. 473-3681 (Local Call From Starke) '
homes. Call collect Ocala 622- after 7 p.m. Cash or terms. Traded r'y b.ri.Sirvre.. U The B.tter.)dea"
8118. tfchg; 2tchg 5/17 f ...-.- -- ''''-- -
No Job Too Small SALE944US2

FOR SALE1972 Mercury KIRBY CO. Of Starke fff ------------ -- -
Montego MX, almost all fac- Hwy. 301 S. Stork. TF rt I Ii

t WANTED 1BUYING tory CC motorcycle options 2895.$250.1969 964-250 PUMPSNEW (WINKLER ELECTRIC INC.) FIAT t / ;iir* C.It. Rntlht 'V* Equipment; :

5317. Itp
321 N. Temple Ave. Starke,. Fla.
AND USED Sales Parts Service I
U. S. Silver FOR SALEMotorcycle 350 KIRBY N.w and Used WANTED t Ph. 964.8346.8361
Honda SL 1972 model like new SALES
any condition, 25% over face t Best Selection Of Communications Systems At Low DiscountPrices. j
$550. Call 964-8158.
old coins & coin collections Vacuum Experience Service Man ,
wanted. Paying market price. SERVICED HAIFttD AUTO t
Phone for appointment. J. R. FOR SALE 1 buckskin .. and Shallow Wells CleanersSales IMPORTS INC. For Mobile Home Set Up INDOOR-OUTDOOR DEAKNEONAll ,
p t
Bullington 964-7271 or 964- Gelding 1 red mare 1 red & Delivery. Mutt Have Types of Advertising Signs I
6250. tfchg gelding. 473-3098 2tp 5/10 509 E. University I
and Service GaI"o.III..372.4373 Tr Chauffer Licenses & Made At Bill's C.B. I
Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT Retail L 72 Hour Sorvlco On All Magnetic Sign*.
234 N. Temple Aye.
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16 TELEGRAPH May 10. .1973

Mrs. Edward Akridge and son Wllklson, Sr. Their grandson
CHURCH SCHEDULESAND Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and LAW T E YManuel all of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. James Wiggins also was a
ACTIVITIES son, Paul of Jesup Ga.,were Craig Padgett, ,, Mr. and Mrs. guest over the weekend.
Grace United Methodist Saturday overnight guests of Leonard Norman, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Carmichael p
ChurchSunday School. 9:45 her In-laws Mr. and Mrs. and Karen Lee Martinez By Elisabeth T rry in-law Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mrs. Carl Norman and fam- Mrs. Shirley" Sims

a.m. WorshlpServlces a.m. Les McClellan.Mrs. of Fort Worth Texas Bennett and family Mr. and ily Mrs. Pearl Grlffls and and baby, and Mr. and Mrs.
and 7 p.m. MYF Monday 7 Morris Kelley and visited her parents Mr. and uatlon Exercises In which Mr. Mrs. Herbert Bennett and family son, Arnold Mrs. Blanche Charles bbs and family, of
p.m., followed by Choir Practice children visited her son-in- Mrs. Robert Lee on Tues- North was Class Presidentand and their sister Mrs.Futhnr Bijchholtz, Mr. and Mrs.Mar- Jacksonville visited their
law and daughter, Mr. and day and Wednesday of last Valedictorian. .. Peterson and family cus Grlffls and daughters grandparents Mr. and Mrs. :
United Methodist "Women Mrs. Jeff Morgan and son week. While here they also Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips all of Seville on Saturday. Mrs. Darlene Norman and Arlle Dobbs on Easter Sun

held their regular meeting David of Albany, Ga., on Sat- visited her grandparents Mr. and family of Starke While there they gave their eons. Miss Elizabeth Terry, cAsk 1

Tuesday night at the church urday. and Mrs. Gordon L. Peterson were guests of their mother aunt Mrs. Edna Harvey who Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylorand day.Mrs.. Truby Wainwright vls-

with Mrs. Ernest Wells pre- Mrs. Edna Cason of Jacksonville In Keystone Heights.John Mrs. O. J. Phillips on Sun Is 78 years old a surprise daughters Mrs. Polly Ited her son and daughterinlaw -

siding. The meeting was opened was a dinner guestof Lee was also home for the day.Mrs.. Ovid Futch of Temple birthday party.; Prevatt, a Mr.and Mrs.James Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright Char
with prayer by Mrs. her brother and sister-in- reunion. Mrs. Marian Hall and Mrs. E. Grlffls and Tammy, Mr. and family of Way-

Truby Wainwright. After the law, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Rev. Don Denton and Her- the weekend Terrace with Tampa her spent Cora Hodges of Jacksonville and Mra. Harold Starling and cross, Ga., for a few days E... '
business meeting devotionalwas mie Kelly took the following parents were Tuesday guests of their John Wllkerson. recently. She attended the funeral
Mrs. Vernon Dobbs on Saturday. people to the bowling Mr. and Mrs. Ed May. Melvin Mrs. Hester Hicks. Alvle Barrows (Mrs.
giver by Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clay- young of sister Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Cowan of ,
Olin. ton and son of Jacksonville, alley In Jacksonville last Sat- Futch Jacksonville Mrs. Hicks returned home of Jacksonville and Mrs, Edith Jack Walnwrlght's father) on Johns
After services at Loretta Hand, Teena was also guest of the Mays. and until l
morning were dinner guests of their urday: Blue with them stayed Swinney visited Mr.Cow- Tuesday.Mr. .
Grace United Methodist mother Mrs. C. R. Crews. Norman, Teresa Gasklns They attended the Grass Mrs. Hall brought her"homeon an's uncle Francis Prultt, and Mrs. Burney Dobbs

Church they served a cov- Mrs. Fred Moore went to Glen Kemp Kenny Combs Performances on Saturdaynight. Sunday. who Is a surgical patient In and granddaughter Terri of About This Question :
ered dish luncheon honoringthe Wlldwood to be with her daughter Teresa Devore, David De- Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wal- the Veterans Hospital Jacksonville were dinner
members received Doug Jones Richard Misses Debbie Napier of their grandsonsin their Mr. "1 will' be married next
new Mrs. Seeb Andrews, who vore, ker visited Gainesville, on Sunday night. guests of parents
Into the church. Is convalescing at home after Mews Donna: Pauley and Dale Lake Forest Academy Orlando General Hospital Jacksonville Mrs. Elnora Prlvett and and Mrs. Arlle Dobbs. Dur- month. Mother suggests
Shorn of Jacksonville
surgery In an Ocala hospital. Traylor. They reported an and spent Napier the long week-- Sunday afternoon.A grandson Kevin Mr.and Mrs. ing the afternoon the Sr.Dobbs that I insure my engagement
Highland Baptist Church- Mrs. Joe Allinder and enjoyable time. number of relatives ga- Emory Eunice and family visited his brother Clarence
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Wor. daughters of Gainesville vis- end with their grandparents thered at the home of Mr. Mrs. James Norman and sons, Dobbs of Sanderson. and wedding ring,

ship Services 11 a.m. an ited her uncle and aunt, Mr. (Held over from last week:) Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wilki- and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson and Miss Elizabeth Terry gathered and also my wedding gifts

7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed and Mrs. Hubert Priest, on son Mr.Sr.and Mrs. Henry Hodges[ last Sunday for a family din- at the home of Mr. 1he Ola against loss, theft or accidental
7:30 followed by In honor of the birthday
nesday : p.m.
Saturday. Nicula and Mrs. Bobby Norman Sat- damage: Stie falls'ila
Choir Practice.PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. O. and: family left Friday for a of Mrs. Nolle fflifJla
Rev. Walter Mathis of Max- and family were dinner guestsof short vacation. They spent Wilkerson.anniversary Those attending urday night to help Mrs. Bob- 'floater' policy. Dt you

ville was a dinner guest of their brother-in-law and one night In Daytona and one Included Rev. Daisy and Ver- by Norman and her.brother 1 have such insurance?"
Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellanon sister, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd near Orlando. They attended George Privett, celebrate
Mrs. Louise Kemp Mrs. nle H. Right, of Palatka; Mrs.
Miss Ar- Sunday. Jenkins, of Jacksonville on Church services at West Side their birthday anniversaries. Charley E.
Paul Mnklns and Gainesville
Judy Roberts ; jJ4
Mr. and Mrs. Arlle Dobbs Sunday. Baptist Church In Leesburgon Birthday cake and Ice cream \Ijrr a
thurlne Blanchard visited her Mr. and Mrs. Olin Baxleyand (
visited their brother and sis Mrs. Bobby Norman and Sunday and returned home JOHNS AGENCY
sister Miss Enza Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Cue son, of Middleburg; Mrs. were served to. all present. ) ; ,
at Macclenny one day last ter-in-law Mrs. James Norman and sons Sunday afternoon. Joyce Coleman Lisa and Gary Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wllkl- .- ,,(,11
week. Dobbs of Raiford, on Fri were dinner guests of her Mr. and Mrs. Carl Normanand Coleman Mrs. Pat Wilkinsonand son and baby of Orlando spent \ 131 So Walnut St.
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. family were guests of "When a speech ill boileddown .
Wayne Hosier of Palatka day.Mr. the weekend with their parents Phone 964-5070
and Mrs. S. L. Swin- children and Mr. and "
spent Thursday afternoon with and Earl Harvey, In Seville on their brothers and sisters- Mr. and Mrs. B. L. it Isn't dry. ,I
dell and family and Mr. Saturday.
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. North and family, Kevin Prlvett, of Starke
Mrs. Jim Rosier. Wayne who
of Jacksonville were dinner with his 3 BIG DAYS
spent the week grandmother -
has just returned from duty; guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Elnora Prlvett. A [mister Charge] 1.0.CIGARETTES.......O..J
overseas, Is attending Junior THURSDAY FRIDAY 1 '
Kelly, of Keystone Heights, Charlene IITU
His mother Mrs.
College In Palatka. Other '. r r.... AND SATURDAY sow nEnt
Saturday afternoon. Prlvett, was a supper gueston ,
of the Rosters on
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne Friday and carried him ovatS'E'&F
Mr. and Mrs.
Thursday were
the weekend
and family spent home.
Marvin Lawson of Starke.
with their brother-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips r

of aunt Mrs.Macclenny Miss Lois Carter Debbie, Friday visited Phillips until her, sister.Friends Mobley, Mr.,of of John Chiefland.and Norman Mrs. \Vm.A. are. mother and Danny of Starke Mrs.on Wednesday,O.visited J. Phillips their afternoon r MOTHER'S I DAU I SELECTED SPECIALS !

Tuesday of last week. happy that he was able to ,

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest return home from Riverside Mrs. Ann Landry and chil- UNT StOCII.L .
attended the Arts Festival at Hospital on Thursday after dren of Gainesville were din-

Cedar Key recently. While spending a few days there. ner guests of their grandparents SAVI UP TO
there they also visited their Carroll Swindell of St. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pre-

brother and sister-in-law, was a Friday overnight vatt on I'rlday.Mr. %
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Day, and guest of his brother and sis- and Mrs. John Kelleyof 35
family.Mr. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.S. L. Keystone; Heights were Sun- <> i '. 2

and Mrs. Sidney Har Swindell and family. day dinner guests of Mr. and
bin and daughter Mrs. Gay- :Mr. and :Mrs Tommy Tho- Mrs. S. L. Swindell and family .( _
nell Moot; Mr. and Mrs. mas and :Mrs. Laura Mae t

Kenneth Barfleld and Mr. and Smith, of :Marietta visited Mrs. Priscilla Tanner of v t Ladies' 1
Mrs. Frank Griffis and family their brother-in-law and sister the University of South Florida Men'sFamous
gathered at the home of Mr. :Mr.[ and !Mrs. W. A. !Mos- Tampa spent the week- Peignoir Maker $
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Terry. They attended a of Gainesville and Mr. and Springs, Tenn. lie helped themto x n set i General Electric Style Dryer Wide selection Tf 'ter f Double power
revival at Grace Baptist Mrs. Carey Barber of Mac- ( mt6 """"' treatment, ,
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day night. Deoram Bholan, a Bryant Reddish during the Jacksonville were dinner shades ottachrrent Choice colors. 4k:; pollution.
converted Hindu, and an accomplished week. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fancy e Two heat saltings high for dry Famous nome DOUBLE pa1- Turn engine as

singer from Gui- Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Swin- F. Robertson and Mrs. Edith 'R lace trim mq, low for styling on each pain you drive .
ana South American, was the dell and sons visited! Mrs. SuesS, Sires2938.You e Cleans dirty '
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ford County Hospital at noon and daughter, :Mrs Bettle and family Mr and Mrs. w.. 35;811

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on Friday
and grandson and:Mrs :McClellan[ last Friday afternoon Mrs Edith Swinney kept her 356t I. 'b 12 9 1 .ur.xr Our .. 2/1 00w.

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