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 24, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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BRADFORD of FLA. H/ST0/flf/ /

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SINCE' 1879 J\r-ry


The, Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven


No. 41, Thursday, May 24, 1973 Copy

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': r.g' Revenue Sharing; Funds

Allocated To Remodel

'. Health

J Dept. Building

The Bradford County health depart-

:.n} t 1 a i ; ,oo oe.oeoen oZ 4I ment building was allocated $41,730 for

; repair and remodeling Monday morningin I

__ New Policies County a special Commission.session of the Bradford

Spending of that sum and Treasury Department, Office -
Discussed the balance of the $82,329the of Revenue Sharing, by
By county will receive dur- June 20.Also .
ing the first six months of earmarked was $15-
1973 In federal revenue shar- 329 to the Road Department,
ing funds was approved by 90 percent for the purchaseof
School Board the commission in special new dump trucks and 10
jM tM session for its report which percent for road construction.
I must be made to the U.S. $6,000 for buying two
trucks for the mosquito con-
Nothing was decided but room full of Interested par- trol department and $1,000to
-a Li many subjects received an ents and teachers discussed the Historical Society.
airing In aIa..v: 15 school the long list of Items whicha ChargedIn
Maintenance of existing
board work session to dis- committee of 10 teachers,
cuss proposed school poli- aides! and administrators had health services, such as men-
collected and recommendedto tal health contributions and
$ i cies.A the board. Main purposeof Local medicine for the medically
Y school board meeting the meeting was to air indigent, saw $7,730 was allocated -
wh proposed policies In a new by the board.
l First Liquor handbook drawn up by Dep- The Commission has already
f ( uty Supt. W, L. KHpatrlck. ShootingThomas received $174.485 in

Permits IssuedFirst Subjects discussed Included revenue sharing funds for the
promotions, social pro- Jack Shaw, 38, of vear 1972 and first quarter of
two liquor\ licenses motions, night meetings by Waldo, is in the Bradford 1973. Of the total receivedto
have been Issued In Brad.. the school board, employee; County Jail charged with the date, $18,200 has already
ford County by the State Division grievances, and the school first degree murder of Eddie been spent, with a $16,000sum
r"AtW' I of Beverages to the board paying for Insurancefor Carl Bonier following a divided among the county -
I rl 71.7dF"1Zy, +7i.r 'D local Holiday Inn and to the all employees, non-in- shooting at Faye's Place on and city fire departmentsIn
Starke Golf and Country Club. structional and Instructional U. S. 301-S, Friday night. Bradford County and

...., Sale of liquor was legal- and lowering the pupil- Shaw, a former state men- $2,200 Agency which to CUBE was Economic in needof
--.:- ized here, for tile first time teacher ratio. The meeting tal hospital patient who had federal
funds following
.. a
lasted for more than three
-' in many years, when the which Board been placed on probation with cutoff of monies.In .
hours after
A county voted "wet" In a referendum the stipulation that he take
April 3. Chairman Rodney Hall sug- the board's report to
on medication which
Dora Ann takes off In the wrong direction and the BHS coeds above appear ready to leap out of her way. Both licenses Issued are gested another session be posed to eliminate was his sup-vio- the Office of Revenue Shar-

for sale of alcoholic beverages scheduled. lent tendencies, was arrested ing, It stated that the availability -
for consumption on the Early In the dialogue a at the residence of Melvin of such funds will a-
The Froggies Went A-Jumping premises. There Is no limitto teacher asked that the board Monk near the town of void a debt Increase and will
the number of such per- consider having regular night Windsor near Gainesville at prevent an Increase In the
mits which may be Issued. meetings so parents and tea- approximately: 10 p.m. Sat- rate of major tax.
]Dora Ann, right, won Bradford The event, which promises own rules and everyone end- a series of leaps through the The Division will also Issue chers could attend. Board urday after a combined effort In allocation to the health
High's First Annual Frog to turn Into an annual ed up having a good time- throng of students and almost six "quota" licenses for member Seeber Goodman replied of Deputy John Demp- department building, 40 per-
Jumping Contest Friday witha affair, originated In the Eng- Including the frogs. Twelve got away before Eiland recaptured package sales, one for each that a mid-month night sey of the Bradford County cent of the funding Is designated -
bodacious leap of 25 Inches lish classes of Mrs. Patricia frogs were entered In the her. It looked as If 2,500 residents In the coun meeting Is presently being Sheriffs Department, the for land acquisitionS.

Weeks following their read- jumping competition, but only those leaps bettered the record ty.Ron considered by the board. Waldo Police Department and .. 4))
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Ings of Mark Twain's "Cel- Dora Ann and Boozo showed of 25 Inches. Calmano, manager of the Alachua County Sheriffs
Owned by David Eiland, Dora ebrated Jumping Frogs of to leap. They didn't always Boozo took an early lead the Holiday Inn, said a liquor Supt. Jim Temple stated If Department had uncovered
Ann beat by two Inches Calaveras County." jump the right way, either. in the contest, but Dora Ann lounge will be openedin an overwhelming public request sufficient evidence for the ar-
the 23-inch leap of Boozo, According to Mrs. Weeks, When poked to make her came on to take first place a room at the Inn which arises, the board will rest. HuckebaHearing
owned by Ricky Hall.Union the students decided on their jump, Dora Ann took off In for Eiland. formerly was used for large probably hold night meetings
dinner parties. (See Page 4)) (S.. Pag 4))

I Woman 'Fair' Drugs Charge Dismissed

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After Car Hits Train 1

Doctor Fails To status of James Huckeba -
Mrs. Sally Rollins of Lake the railroad crossing. The Appearelude who feels that he Is still
Butler was reported In"fair" Rollins vehicle was heading Chief of Police of Waldo In

condition at Alachua General northbound along Lake Street Due to a lack of sufficient a police officer. Sen- Carter, all changed their spite of being "fired" by the
Hospital Monday after Fridaymorning's prior to the accident. evidence, William Hoi ton tencing was withheld by County pleas of not guilty to guiltyof Council at a recent special
train-car accident Parts of the vehicle were 4 yr Hamlln, of Jacksonville, was Judge Elzle Sanders pend- driving while intoxicated. meeting Is still In doubt.A .
which left her 1971 Ford a carried for more than a block \M acquitted on charges of drlv- ing a presentence Investigation. Dyal, who was on probationat Circuit Court hearing on
total loss. along the railroad track.While Ing while under the Influenceof the time of his arrest, the matter, previously scheduled -
Mrs. Rollins suffered a the 1971 Ford was listed as drugs after the examining The charges resulted froma was sentenced to 15 days In for last Thursday before -
concussion and facial and head a total loss, Florida High- doctor failed to appear Mon- March 13 Incident on US- jail. Adjudication of guilt was Judge John J. Crewsin
Injuries as a result of the way Patrol Investigators estimated day In County Court. 301 north when Hamlin was withheld In remaining cases Gainesville, was post-
accident. damages to the locomotive arrested near Highland aftera pending presentence investigations -
poned until 11
Hamlin however found a.m.
According to witnesses at in excess of$2,000. was fifteen mile chase by Dep. .
24.Huckeba .
day, May
guilty by a Jury on chargesof
Rollins' Sheriff Glen A. Moore. Aretha Humphries, origin-
Mrs. car
the scene, said yesterday that
This the second car-
was fleeing or attempting to
struck the l left front of the train accident In the com- H In a similar case, Glen Orville ally charged with shopliftingat under the Interpretation plac-
diesel locomotive after apparently munity in less than two Scott was chaged with Priest's Department Store, ed on the city charter by his
trying to beat the weeks. On the morning of t b Courthouse careless driving and driving pled guilt: 'tll "petit larcenyand attorney, Herbert Schwartz of
westbound freight through May 7, a car driven by 17- while Intoxicated, but Judge was fitted VJ':) or two daysin Gainesville, the City Council -
year-old Howard J. ReddingJr. Sanders was forced to directa jail. does not have the powerto
GUi m ui-drirr! struck a Georgia Flori- Special Act verdict of acquittal by the Charges In fhe other cases fire the Chief of Police.
dismissed -
... da Southern Railways freightat court as prosecuting attorney were by prosecuting The office of Chief Is appointed -
a Lake Street crossingless Clears HouseA Gene Shaw was unable to sub- attorney Gene Shaw. by the Mayor, sub-
than two blocks from stantiate Scott as the driverof ject to council approval, Hu-
the site of the Rollins acci- his car at the time of the ckeba said, and the procedurefor
Jl dent. Redding, along with six special act designatingthe accident.In Union Gets removing the Chief wouldbe
i other youths with him at the old Bradford County other cases, Jean Teu- for charges to be brought
time, escaped Injury. w .4' courthouse as a historic site ton Brooks was found notguilty New DoctorBlanche before the Council for Inves-
and providing that the School by a jury of running a tigation before any action is
y "- Board deed the building to taken Huckeba said.
,. red light. Irvin Braxton ,
Dry Woods a seven-member Board of Smith, Bert Grant Dyal, Wil- Lashley, acting administrator Waldo Mayor W. D. Nich-
of the Union Gen
Historical Trustees passedthe lard Hines and Willie Lee olson, who appointed Huckeba -
Ricky Hall, left, and David Eiland show off their eral Hospital has announcedthat
House of Representatives
Breed FiresThree has supported the chiefin
4 Plays hug bull frogi. Elland't jumper won by two inch*. Monday, according to Rep. the new physician com- the controversy.The .
On ActEachFriday fires, two deliberately Frank Williams. ing to the Lake Butler com- council's action came
set, burned The bill was Immediatelysent Lawtey Act munity is Dr. Vladimir H lo- after Huckeba is said to have
Saturday acres In the week ending May Bradford County JoiningFlorida's to the Senate for act- watsch. "disappeared" for ten days,
May 25-26 20 with extremely dry condi- ion, Williams said. Clears HouseA The hospital, which recently apparently without notifying
tions prevailing, accordingto The bill was recently approved closed Its door to the pub- the council of his absence.He .
8 p.m.STARKE the Florida Division of by the County Commission special act creating a lic for 12 hours because ofa since declared that he
ELEM.CAFETORIUM f. Forestry headquarters on Economic BoomFlorida I which also this week mayor-commissioner form of lack of patients, has been went away on vacation.
SR-100 west of Starke appropriated $1,000 In fed- government in the City of trying to acquire the services The hearing will be on a
( The Forest Service advises is enjoying an eco- Union County collections totaled eral revenue sharing fundsto Lawtey cleared the House of of another physician sinceit petition for a temporary restraining
Adult $1.00 residents to be extremely nomic boom that "seems to close to $17,000, show- assist In upkeep of the Representatives Monday and opened to the public last order brought by
Studentt 75 careful with fire and about have no ceiling," State Comp- Ing an even larger 56.04 per- building has been sent to the Senate, December. Huckeba to prevent the coun-
troller Fred O. Dickinson reported cent Increase over iast year's If the bill creating the according to Information from Limited medical services cil from dismissing him.
Pr...ntd By down throwing in the burning woods. Cigar- Monday and Bradford collection. Historical Board of Trustees Rep. Frank Williams. have been provided In Union
The 8th Grade ettes start fires am. County's sales collections are Clay County showed the passes the Senate, it is plan- Under the act, the office County by Dr. Bruce Gold-
the smoker times does well exceeding the state aver- slowest growth in the three- ned to use a portion of this of mayor will be abolished stein and Dr. Robert Mark- SHORT I
'Class' 011977' not even realize many he startedthe age.Bradford county area with a still larger money to renovate several when the present term of long man, both of whom were sent SO FAR IN MAY I
fire, the Forest Service County sales tax 24.56 percent increase as offices In the old courthousefor time Mayor Charles R. Shu- to the community by the Public So far in May, Bradford '
CuHftifommunity points' out. collections for the month of taxes totaled more than use by the State Employ- ford ends Jan. I 1. 1974. After Health Service last year County has received only 1.60
April totaled 75368.74, a $155,000.The ment Service which plans to that date, the mayor will be since Union County was without inches of rain and vegetation \
;:hr (!! May is living up to It's whopping 31.43%Increase over move a staff of six to Starkeby elected by the City Council a local physician. It is Is beginning to show the bad
history as an extremely dry the same month last year. largest sales tax col- July 1. The Employment from Its membership. expected that they will con- effects of dry weather. One-
g tatr month. Through May 20 Statewide collections total- lections came from the big- Service would pay rent for If the bill passes the Sen- tinue to maintain their prac- tenth of an Inch of rain was
the county had received an ed a tremendous $850.7 mil gest county, Dade, where cash the offices, and the rent mon- ate, the new mayor will be tice In Lake Butler.Dr. received on May 8, and 1.50
A..wnU ....... u. average of only .75 Inches lion, a 17.8 percent Increaseover registers rang in $18.5 million ey, in turn, would be used elected at the regular council Holowatsch, who Is be- Inches on May 13. The 50
T.(20.000"II of rainfall, all rain fell on the same period last during the month of for maintenance of the buil- meeting on the first :Monday year for Is
average May
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May 5 and May 13. year. April. ding. In January. (See Page 14)) inches

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LeachMillerDate l ; I Mr. And I

Set June 2 4a

"Mr. and Mrs. Lester John A large number
i Leach announce the approachIng and friends of Mr.
marriage of their daugh- Cleveland Sullivan
ter, Dale Elaine, to Stanley their home in
ti Ray Miller, son of Mr. and day evening May
( Mrs. Larry Lamar Miller, servance of their
y all of Starke. ding anniversary
The wedding will be an eventof Refreshments
Saturday, June 2, at 8 by Mrs. Percy ;
p.m. In the Pine Valley Con- I Mrs. Percy
_IJEr. gregational Holiness Church, and Mrs. Raphael
with a reception also at the I Ir'e'. the white-clothed
church. tered with a
Miss Leach and Mr. Miller tiered wedding cake
are both members of the BHS Junior Club Makes Awards; Installs New Officers Slate and decorated by
Mr. And Mrs. Irvin Dyal 1973 graduation class, and are Sullivan, Jr.
DCT students. Miss LeachIs Mrs. James Lawson (at Miss Johanna Fowler pre- silver candelabra with pink low and white
Celebrate 50th AnniversaryMr. employed at Dr. D. W. left) was selected as Club sented special awards and tapers. Down the length out in the )
Whtffen's office and Mr. Miller Woman of the Year, and presented Mrs. J. C. Dukesa of the long tables was a
and Mrs. Irvin Dyal of the late Johnny and Ella who is also a memberof Mrs. James K. Smith was silver compote for her garland of fern Interspersedwith
celebrated their Golden Wed- Lewis of Brooker. FFA, is employed at Den- named as "President'sChoice" outstanding work during the pink and white carna- Rummage
ding anniversary on Sunday, With her on this occasion mark's Furniture. at the annual ban- past year. tions.
May 20, with a luncheon at were two sisters, Mrs. E- All friends and relativesare quet and installation servicesof Each member received a St. Edward's ;
12 noon at their home at Gra- thel Denison of Jacksonville, invited to attend. the Junior Woman's Club silver charm as a memento will have a
ham, followed by a reception and Mrs. Lula Mae Baxter of Starke at the Garden Res- of the occasion. Country Club Saturday, May 26,
from 2:30 to 4:30: o'clock. of Brooker; and one brother, OES Set taurant Thursday night, May The U-shaped banquet table Has a.m. to 2 p.m. at
The late Lex Green, county; Johnny M. Lewis of Calla- Supper 17. Each received a silver was centered with an arrange- Polynesian ner of Walnut and
Judge of Bradford County; at han.Mr. For This SaturdayStarke bowl. ment of roses flanked by Theme streets.
that time, performed the mar- Dyal is the only living Pictured at right are new For LuauThe
riage ceremony for Mr. and Dyal brother, one of the 14 club officers installed at Showers Given
Mrs. Dyal at the courthouse children born to Oscar W. Chapter OES will this time by Mrs. Joe War- Starke Golf and Coun-
in Starke on May 17, 1923. and P. Murriah Dyal. Besides have a covered dish supper ren: (from left) Mrs. V.J. For Kathy Seeley/ try Club was transformed ,W.
They were attended by Jesse Mrs. Britt, Mr. Dyal's only Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Spongier and Mrs. Olin White, into a South Seas Island
Ogden of Pompano Beach, the other surviving sister, Mrs. Masonic Hall. All Masons Senior co-sponsors; Mrs. BrideElectKathy t paradise last Saturday night
late Avery Dyal, Mrs. Ethel Mlttte Milliard of Pompano and their families are invited J.C. Dukes, president; Mrs. for the annual Luau dinner-
Dyal EUerbee of Panama City, Beach, enjoyed the day with to attend. Charles Goodowns, first vice dance.
Seeley, whose marriage Tiki torches,palmettoslush
and Mrs. Ruby Dyal Britt the honor guests.
Mrs. Johnnie John
of Ocala. During the president; to Ronnie Whitehead foliage, and palm trees lined
Only Mrs. Britt reception, punch
son, second vice president
; will be an event of Saturday, the walkway and entrance
was with the couple to help and wedding cake were servedby Cowbelles Set
Mrs. James K. Smith
secre- May 26, at 8 p.m. In the where members and guests
celebrate their Golden Wed- Mr. Dyal's nieces, Mrs.
tary and Mrs. James Lawson
; First United Methodist were presented with HawaiIan
Carol Cortese of Ocala Mrs.
; Meeting May 29thThe treasurer.Mrs. .
ding.Mrs. Church, was honored at two leis.
Dyal received her Herbert Grown of Trenton,
Dukes, the newly e- parties in the past week. Inside the club, walls were
guests wearing a pink lace and Mrs. Buddy Kelly of Orange lected president, recalled f
On Saturday evening, May draped with fish net, sea-
dress, complemented by a lavender Park. Mrs. Frances Bradford-Union County
highlights of last year's work
12, Miss Seeley was honored scapes, bamboo, tropical
Catleya orchid on a Crews of Graham kept the Cowbelles Association will and introduced the new co-
gold background. She was the guest book, Mrs. Ruby Dyal meet Tuesday, May 29, at sponsors, Mrs. White and at a bridal shower givenby greenery and tqo gigantic
former Atha Lewis, daughter of Gainesville presided over 7:30: p.m. at the Union County Miss Sandi Register and ukuleles decorated with
Mrs. Spengler. She also Introduced -
the gift table, and Mrs. Neta courthouse.All Miss Gall Branson at the flowers and leis Hanging
special guests,past- Register home on Hampton lanterns, fish net and palm
Dyal of Starke Introduced members and persons r
of Club
the Junior
BaldreeSaundersDate/ presidents ,
guests to the receiving line. Interested in Joining are urg- Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. Lake. trees lined the patio, and i
The refreshment table held illuminated flowers floatedin
Set June 2 Approximately one hundred ed to attend. Lester Crews, Mrs. Joe War
t relatives and friends were two punch bowls, one at the pool.
present on this occasion, the O+y O d"Ox0 0+ ren sident and of the newly senior elected club,Mrs.pre- each end. The 175 guests attendingwere
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. farthest in attendance being Sherrod Hamilton.Six The hostesses presentedthe served from a Ushaped
Baldree announce the approaching from Charleston, S. C. Mrs. Gladys Weldon returned honoree with a blenderas buffet table which was
marriage of their Mr. and Mrs. Dyal reside Saturday after nine days a memento of the occa- adorned with garlands of
daughter, Cheryl Denise, to Just off Highway 18 in Gra- with her grandchildren, the members of the senior sion. fresh flowers and tropical
James Chalker Saunders Jr. ham, in the home they have children of Mr. and Mrs. high group of the First fruit. Centering two of the
The wedding will take place occupied all of their married J. R. Weldon in Jacksonville, Presbyterian Church attended Mrs. Earl Moseley, Mrs. buffet tables were huge sta-
June 2 at 7:30 p.m. in Bethel life. They had no children while the Weldons were on the movie, Solyvent Green, John Manning, Mrs. Ellis tues holding arrangements
Baptist Church.All of their own, but helped reara a State Farm Insurance tour in Gainesville last Wednes- Griffls, Mrs. Harvey Smith of mums, lilies, roses and
friends and relativesare young niece until her untimely in Munich, Germany. They day night. They were accompanied and Mrs. Harold E. Craw- carnations. Small arrange-
Invited to attend. death at the age of also toured places of Interestin by Mrs. Johnny ford gave a bridal shower ments of these same flowers Bank
six. Germany. Johnson.LaZBoy" for Miss Seeley at the Lake centered around candles were
.... Butler Recreation Center on used on all the Individual Americard'I
Saturday evening, May 19. dining tables.
v The T-shaped refreshmenttable Teenage sons and daughtersof
was covered with a members, dressed in Poly- You
white lace cloth and centered nesian shirts and grass skirts,
Sale with an arrangement of assisted in serving duringthe
spring flowers flanked by dinner hour.
single candle holders with Gerri Von and the Variations
white tapers. provided music for dancing.
The hostesses presented General chairman of the
the honoree with a toaster. Luau was Mrs. Vernon Sil- Edging
for Mrs. Charlotte Hoffman, cox, with Mrs. Harold God-
Day mother of the honoree, and win as her co-chairman.
Fath.r's Mrs. Leslie Whitehead, Ben Moxley was food chairman -
mother of the bridegroom- and Mrs. George Roberts -

elect both, were parties.among the guestsat chairman., Jr. was decorations Phone :

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Eve..ts 01 Local I..terest

Shower Given Jonell McGeeIs Mother-Daughter HomemakersHear --=" Drama Students

For Miss M urwin, Honoree At t Banquet Held AttorneyDiscuss I Give Program

BrideElectMiss t Bridal ShowerMiss At t Pine Level WillsThe

Becky Murwin of Jacksonville Jonell McGee, bride- "Royalty"; was the theme Starke Homemaker'sClub Julie Fuller, head of
whose marriage to elect of Scott Whitehead, was for the Mother Daughter met May 10 at II a.m. I the English Department at
Buddy Dyal of Starke will honored at a bridal shower banquet Friday evening, May at the Agriculture Center Bradford High School, pre-
be an event of June 15, was Monday evening given by Mrs. 11, at Pine Level Baptist for a business meeting and New sented several of her studentsIn
honored at a bridal shower Joey Dampier, Mrs. W. M. Church. covered dish luncheon. The speech and drama at the Sharp
Monday night at the Pine Lev- Smith and Mrs. Ralph Bryanat Decorations were In pur- Lawtey club was Invited to Arrivals Rotary Club meeting Wednes-
el Baptist Church youth building the home of the latter. ple for royalty, gold for Die- attend. day, May 9. Mrs. Fuller Is
given by friends. The refreshment table was ty; and white for purity..The George Pierce gave a talk, '- also drama and debate coachat
The building was gayly dec- covered with a lace cloth and banquet was' served by the followed by a question and BHS.
orated with pink, blue and centered by a bridal umbrella men of the church. answer period on "Wills" A comedy scene from "Star
yellow streamers and wedding centerpiece consisting of Music was provided by during the program. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Terry Spangled Girl,"recently stag- Used Cars
bells hung from the ceiling. white carnations and white Mia Allen, Landa Thornton The Starke Club has pur- Luke of Fort Walton Beach ed by the school as one of
The refreshment table was larkspur. A blue and white Charlotte Whitehead, and a chased six dozen glassesand announce the birth of twin Its spring presentations, was
covered with a yellow polyester color scheme was carried out duet from Trinity Baptist a cream and sugar set daughters, Nora Lynn and enacted by Carol Bloodworth,
cloth edged with lace and In the decorations.The Church In Lake Butler. for the Agriculture Center Lora Mlchaelle born May Hal Edwards, and Lane Pow-
centered with an epergnette honoree; her mother, The entertainment also included Kitchen. 16 In the Fort Walton Beach ell.The 1972 Chevelle Malibu CoupeThis
holding a mixed spring flor- Mrs. Ovid Norman, and Mrs.L. a skit on cosmotology The next meeting will be Hospital. Grandparents are program was Introduced
al arrangement In pastel K. Whitehead, mother of by Mrs. Gary Wheeler and In September. Mrs. Jessie Taylor and Mr. by the comedy team, Ricky Little 2 Door Hard Top Is like New
candles. the and Mrs. Walter P. Luke Jackson impersonating Grou-
shades, and pastel groom-elect, were pre- Mrs. Claude Arpen. ,
Miss Diane Moore greeted sented corsages. The honoree Last year's Mother of the all of Starke. cho Marx, and Paul Canova With Air Condition Power Steering Power

guests at the door. was also presented with Year was Mrs. Jimmy orn-. Birthday Party as his silent, horn-honking Brakes Radio & Heater Vinyl'Top (In White)
Following several games, the sugar and creamer set ton who passed on her crownto Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wall- brother, Harpo.
prizes were awarded to the of her chosen china from her Mrs. A.B. Whitehead Sr. For Rhonda Sapp Ing, Starke, announce the The program was In chargeof With A Flame Red Paint Job (Simply A Fine
winners. hostesses as a memento of and daughter,Charlotte White- birth of a daugher, Crystal Jack Trawlck. Car)
Among the 40 guests were the occasion. head. Rhonda Sapp, celebrated her Eileen, May 16 In Shands
Mrs R. V. Murwin motherof Mrs. Mildred Ganstine and Speaker for the eveningwas sixth birthday Saturday after- Teaching Hospital. Grand- $3295
the honoree, and Mrs. Jer- Mrs. Connie Boulware were Mrs. R.L. Austin of noon, May 12, when her par- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore of Lawtey underwent
ry Pyal, mother of the groom- presented prizes for two games Trinity Baptist Church. Mrs. ents, Mr. and Mrs.Rudy Sapp, Bally S. Walling of Starke. surgery last Friday
elect. that were played by the 15 John Strickland served as gave a party; for her at their In the Methodist Hospital
The hostesses presented the present. chairman of the affair. home on Road 229-A. Jacksonville.Mr. .
honoree with a gold bedspreadand Miss McGee and Mr.White- The party was held In the
a handmade corsage con- head will be united in mar- Mrs. Baldwin garage which was decoratedwith Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst and Mrs. Edward 1971 Ford Torino 500
sisting of tiny wedding bells, riage Saturday, May 26, at multi-colored balloons. and family visited Mr. and Schwab of Merritt Island
satin roses, wedding bands 8 p.m. In Hope Baptist And Mrs. Ritch The eleven youngsters attending Mrs. Frank Chitty In Lake- were weekend guests of Mrs.
and a dove, as a memento of Church. were given party hats. land, Ga. Sunday. Myrtle Anderson. Mrs. John Light Blue With Blue Vinyl Trim Power
the occasion. Host Bridge PartyMrs. The refreshment table was Anderson of Callahan was Steering/ Power Brakes Air Condition V8
DUPLICATE BRIDGE centered with a birthday doll Mrs. W. T. Jackson visit- last Wednesday overnight Auto Transmission And Tape System.
Correction Given cake. ed her sister, Mrs. Frank guest of Mrs. Anderson.
CLUB J.W. Ritch and Mrs.
Mrs. M. A. Baldwin and M..A. Baldwin were nostes- Assisting In serving was Weaver In WlUlston Memorial Only 36000 One Owner Miles (Very Clean)
On BPW Officers Mrs. S, W. Hamilton were ses at a delightful dessert Mrs. Sapp's sister,Mrs.Ger- Hospital over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Her-
ald Norman, and mother, Mrs. long of Jacksonville spent the
the winning couple at Dupli- bridge party Wednesday afternoon -
Following Is a correctedlist cate Bridge Club Tuesday of last week at the Lloyd Padgett. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper weekend with Mrs. W.F.Her- $2395
and Mr. and Mrs. Harold long. Joining the family on
of BPW officers for the night. Mrs. Hilda Dey and Starke Woman's Club.
t>t Branham and daughter are Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
1973-74 Mrs. Rhea Johnson were second The nine bridge tables were
year : spending this week at theSportsman's F. V. Herlong, also of Jack-
President Mrs. JoAnn There was a three way covered with blue and green
; tie for third: Johnson and cloths and centered with miniature Mr. and Mrs. Rod Struthof Lodge on the sonville.
Crosby 1st vice president, Ford 3/4 Ton
; 1971 Sport
Plant City, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllacoochee River.
Duncan; Mr. and Mrs. Ed arrangements of blue,
Mrs. Bea KImmons 2nd vice
; Bobby Case of Lake City Mrs. N. L. Woodburnburn
Wainwright and Green and and white pompoms.An Custom
president, Mrs. Ann Liggett; McGriff. ; green and their families, and Miss Mrs. H. B. Brazee and and son, Lonnie, returned -
recording secretary, Mrs. Evelyn arrangement of yellow Kathy Struth of Jacksonville Mrs. Elva Green of Ocala Sunday from a month's 56000 Miles, With 360 V8 4 Speed Trans-
Haney; corresponding gladioli was placed on spent Mother's Day weekend and Mrs. Thelma Dean and visit with relatives In Ottumwa -
secretary, Mrs. Desta Dyal; Mr. and Mrs. George W. piano. with their mother, Mrs. Lou Mrs. Esma Yongue of Fair- Iowa. mission Radio & Heater Power Steering
treasurer, Mrs. Jean McIn- After several progressions Struth and field Power Brakes And
Brown were weekend guestsof daughters.Mrs. were Friday guestsof Factory Air. This Is
tosh. of bridge prizes were awarded. -
Mr. and J. G. Cald- Mrs. C. W. Beasley of
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mrs. A Cab And Chassis And It Has Not Been
Stoner In Ocala. Pearl Wade of Cor- well and attended the Flower Gainesville was a Saturday ,
dele, Ga. Is spening several Show at the State Prison. visitor of Mrs. W. H. Hart,' Abused, Make A Perfect Produce TruckOr
u Ihltata ,,,, ; Roddy-Baxter weeks with her son-in-law Mrs. Edith Christiansen and Small Cattle Truck.
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. John Flynn Mrs. Ella Moody. $2495
Date Set July 5 Herb Herres. attended the Clergy and Wives
Conference at Camp Weed last Mrs. J. E. Hardy spent
}'ollr Tour: Keep It Carefree! Dr. and Mrs. James T. Monday to Friday. Saturday with her daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roddy Young, Jr. of Jacksonvillewere June, at Valdosta State Col-
Town of Starke announce and the engagement Sunday guests of Mr. Mrs. T. D. Mack and son, lege where they attended the 1973 Olds
approaching uid Mrs. C.G. Hill Tom, of Lakeland were Saturday Zeta Tau Alpha sorority pa-
Finance marriage of their daughter, of Mrs. J. G. rents' day tea and cookout.
.P'r'a" Lynette, to Richard Alan Lt and Mrs. Mickey Dans- Caldwell.guests Dark Green With The Green "Wet Look"
Baxter, son of Dr. and Mrs. Lackland and Mrs. J. D. Yea- All Vinyl Interior White
Batsell Barrett Baxter of by and daughter of Fred I). FlynofHammonton, Mr. Vinyl Top Full
AFB, San Antonio, Texasare N. J. Is visiting his brother ger spent Saturday to Thurs- Power And Air
Nashville, Tenn. spending three weeks and sister-in-law Rev. and ,day of last week at _Cape, Condition Why Pay F..or.",...
; pj 1 Leave the The wedding will take place with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn, this week. Canaveral attending the Ma- A Brand New' One When You Can Have
July 5 at the Penney Memorial Mrs. R. O. Dansby, In Starke sonic York Rite convention.Mr. This Little
Chapel, Penney Farms. Baby Doll For A Lot Less.
I and her parents In Gainesville Mrs. John W. Griffin attended -
< > -- = Worrying The Dansbys also the Zeta Tau Alpha and Mrs. Sam Rawson
: had as Sunday guests, Mr. sorority alumni meeting In left Monday for their homeIn
To Us. John Watson m attendedan and Mrs. Edward Davis of Tallahassee on Saturday and Milwaukee, Wis. after ten $3895
; .a advanced business insur- Gainesville.Mrs. also spent the weekend with days visit with Mr. and Mrs.
I ance conference for Guardian Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ander- J, D. Yeager and seeing points
Life Insurance Co. In New R. E. Dopson of Lake son In Meigs, Ga. of Interest In Florida.Mr. .
Now Organizing Jersey last Sunday to Friday. Geneva visited her parents, 1970 CIet'rolellmpala
An Exotic Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Coulter Mrs. Audrey McCall of and Mrs. Lester Crews
t Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hem- In Arcadia recently.Mr. Jacksonville visited her sis- and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Au-
Air Power Power
Trip To The Robert and and daugher spent Satur- Steering
bree of Cocoa were last ter, Mrs. Myrick, try
Friday guests of Dr. and and Mrs. D. L. Fitz- Mrs. Tullle Norman on Sun- day to Monday attending the Brakes Radio & Heater Vinyl Top
BAHAMASCall Mrs. H. H. Adams. patrick, Sr. of Dayton, Ohio Florida Pharmaceutical con-
Vinyl Interior. This Is A Very Clean
were Friday evening dinner day.Mrs. vention at Disney World.
961, -7449 Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Co- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A.J. Barry; sonDrew; One Owner Tar With 48000 Miles, Its
oper visited Mr. and Mrs. Myrlck. and daughter, Adrienne, attended Sam Mitchell of Lake Cityis One You Would Be Proud Of.
Mrs. John Crews of Lake
Walter Stewart In Trenton the Southeastern Needlecraft spending several days with
Sunday. City and Mrs. Audrey McCall Guild Seminar and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews.
Jr. of Jacksonville were Sun- showing at the Hilton MotelIn $1895
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Atlanta over the weekend. Local admittances to Bradford -
Robert Myrlck. County Hospital this week

Mr. and Mrs. John Musso- Dr. H. B. Bollinger attended Include: Donald Champion,Jr. i
O Q line and daughter of Crystal the Florida State Chiropractic and William P. Wilson of I
Lake will move to their Seminar In Jackson- Keystone Heights; Mrs. Minnie 1970 Chevrolet/ 1/2 Ton
ville over the weekend. Gardner, Mrs Martha
new home In Palatka over
Godwin, John Moody, Mrs.
the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Azure Johns Callle Gainey, Mrs. Alma Fleetside Long!/; Wheel Base With V8

Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Mrs.T. of Jacksonville were Sunday Leurck, Mrs. Mary R. Nor- Engine Rear Step Bumper Radio Heater -
C. Hazen of Starke,'and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold man, Miss Sharlene Ellington
Sawyer-Slade Mrs. N.S. Dankel of Late; Alvarez and Mrs. Ver- Mrs. Neta Brown, Brady And New Tires Only 30,000 One
City visited Mrs. M.H. Shep- da Johns. McLeod, Mrs. LavonIa Grlf- Owner Miles Come See It. You Will
GasMAGIC pard and Mrs. Eugene Williams Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith fig, Luther Cooper, Starke;
In Brunswick, Ga. on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sand- William A. Browning, Ral- Probably Know This Truck, And See

GHEE Wednesday. land, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ford; Mrs. Cleo Dykes, Lake Why I Say Its A Nice One.
Bullock, and Mr. and Mrs. Geneva; Wesley Harris, Max-
TilE BlA1JI-0I11<> Williamson
vllle Wiley ,
Hal Rutland of Williston were ; $1795
Saturday guests of Mr. and
Published c\er I Thursdayat Mrs. Marc Jackson and attended -
I3HV.. Call Street the luau at the Starke
THE FOLLOWING MarKe, Florida 32091 Golf and Country Club. My Neighbors 1971 Chevrolet 1/2 Ton

lr j G1 I FEATURES Second Siarkv Class, FloridaSubscription postage: paidat Mr. and Mrs. William S. -C) """ Short Wheel Base Fleetside Solid Shinning
of Brooksvllle spent
.. the weekend with Mrs. Eve Black All Over. Wit'i'1 Power Steering Power

HAVE NEVER BEENi.EiI In trade! area:Rates b.OO(: per Godwin. Karen Glover was aE Brakes 350 V8 Auto Transmission Air

:. \ year; 83.jIJ six months the and guest Debbie of Barbara Glover Godwin was a, illfl1..n, Condition White Side Wall Tires And Deluxe

.. Outside trade area: 87.00 guest of Rhonda Grtffls. Wheel covers, A Fine Pickup At Half The
; a, OFFERED ocr ear; S4.00 six months Price Of A New One.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alvarez -
and son, Jimmy, $2495tash
:I C-' AT THE I INN TIME HAS attended the FFA banquetat
the Vanguard High SchoolIn

PASSED BY FRIENDLY Ocala Thursday night where "Alice, must you be that

I THIS PRICE BEFORE RUSTIC Jimmy was guest speaker thorough?" Only"

i Wood Tone Trim
The Great Smoky 318 V8 Engine, Torq Flight TransmissionAir
J Removable door
'oven Mountain Of North Condition Power Steering Power Brakes

Clock with 1-hour timer CarolinaThe ALL WEDDING WRITEUPSAND Radio Si Heater. 1971 Plymouth 4 Dr. Sedan

Lift-Up cook top Most Talked About PICTURES This Week Only SftOf Cash
-!:! The Carolina
Eating Place In
I < i Cr No-drip, recessed cook top9185.OO Mountains.. MUST BE TURNED IN Runs Real Good, Go Any Where ,

Serving Family Style, First Come 1
F',- Serve.
,Swimming Pool, Tennis, Golf WITHIN TWO WEEKS OF WEDDING DATE vi ,

Recreation Hall. 5 Miles To i
Cherokee Reservation


SAWYER-SLADE GAS $22.50 Occupancy Per Person Dbl. Your CooperationWill i. .

332 W. Madison 2 Night 3 Day,
Ue Appreciated 1/tMM/ PtatM-MI
'Includes 4 Meals

Stark'-Fla. Writ Box 459 STARKE, FLORIDA ?

964-770! Bryson City, N.C. Bradford County Telegraph Of Lattt Your f ovorirc MB Dvofor"sjij"Sooner aJ t ,

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4 TELEGRAPH May 24, 1973

S chool Shooting -v v -fif f- p- T

Policies (From Page I 1)) : }
Deputy Dempsey gives .. t i
(From Page ]1)) Shaw's brother, Wayne Shaw, 1
credit with talking Jack Shaw TO MAKE ..
part of the time. The school out of the trailer, avoiding
board, however, has seem- what could have possibly resulted + J yI We Won't Ask You To Travel
ed reluctant to consider meet- in an Injury to Shawor (
Ing at night."I law enforcement person- Farther Than Keystone Elgto \
nel. The defendant had a .45
got the impression they automatic at the time of his To Make History .
passed the buck," states one arrest.
person present for the leng- The body of Eddie Carl PRICES OF MOBILE HOMES
thy meeting, meaning Supt. Renter, 38, was discoveredat
Temple, Pep. Supt., Kilpa- approximately 3 a.m. Sun- ARE GOING UP & UP SO BUY NOW
trick, and the three school day near a trail off the Ro-
board members present chelle Road near Gaines-
passed Issues back and ville. According to law enforcement & SAYE
forth. personnel, Shaw .
had told a member of his
"I got the Impression that family where the body could Beautiful Selections
Rodney Hall is opposed to be found, and the relative Of
anything the BEAwants,"stated told investigators. 12x24 Wide
another observer who attended Renier, who had been shar-
the meeting. He said ing an apartment with Shaw, h y Parkwood Tiffany Harvard -
the school board seems opposed was apparently killed outsideof
to night meetings; that, Faye's Place after the two DRIVE TO

If"work any are sessions"held, they and will voting be had been ordered out of the ,... Ternwood+ & Homedale
bar following an argument. ""
.0 ::wo"
will be done in day meetings After they went out the r ate.

only. front door a gun shot was G.n. Salv Math.. Commander Forces Third U.
Mal.| on, Deputy Rsrv S.
heard and a bullet penetrated To Choose From
Dep. Supt. Kilpatrick pointed the bar window and was Army, It briefed by Lt. .William Jon.. as Mal.| Gen. Henry W. McMillan, stat ad.
out that policy 1311 has later found on the floor by (lutant general, looks on. Jon., commanding officer of the 164th Artillery Depatch-

been rule,"Interpreted but that is as definitely a "gag Deputy Dempsey the shooting.who was Investigating merit, St. Augustine, explains the function of airborne drone In artillery training.

not the case. Blood was found on the
"No gag rule exists in this ground outside the bar.
county," Board Chairman Shaw Is being kept under Gov. Askew To Review
Rodney Hall emphasized. close supervision by the Brad-
ford Sheriffs Department.

SSC Richard A. Hall 2,700 Guardsmen Friday \ / IMOBllHllEBu

A R.p-a.ntafiv. From ., _
CAMP BLANDEVGGov.. 53rd Signal Group of the Flo- ing the annual active dUty encampment A
.1st CAVALARY DIVISION" Reubin Askew heads the list rida National Guard on the which is scheduled -
of dignitaries to review the Camp Blanding parade fieldat to end June 2. /
Is Now Talking To Young 3 p.m. Friday. Some of the local units Involved '
Men In This Area About RevenueS Lt. Gov. Tom Adams and in the training acti- i _
MaJ. General Henry W. Mc- vities include the Headquarters -
00 +
Todays Army And Its liar Millan, State Adjutant Gen- and Headquarter Detach- tw ,
Most Advanced Unit ing eral, will Join Gov. Askew ment of the Florida National '
for the afternoon ceremonies. Guard, commanded by Capt. HWY 100 Keystone Hgts.
"THE FIRST TEAM"H. (From Pag 1)) Family and friends of Raymond Connor; the 107th 473-3029
the 2,700 Florida, Mississippi PI Detachment commanded by
Will B. Loc.t.d At and the remaining 60 percentfor and Alabama guardsmenand Major James Rogers, Jr.; the
City P.rk And R.cmtion D.pt. construction. Several Army Reservists on duty 153rd Finance Detachment ....
months ago, Mrs. Arlin for the current two-week commanded by Major Drew -
From 10 A.M. Until 2 P.M. E.. Tu..d.v. McKnlght, .director of coun- training period are Invitedto Reddish, and the 253rd En-
Or Com By Our Office ty nurses had reported to the attend the ceremonies. It gineer Company, commanded -
At 5143 Normandy Blvd. board that the building was will be Gov. Askew's second by Capt. Kenneth Forrester -
Normandy Mall in need of repairs and remodeling visit to the Camp in two all from St. Augustine.
and showed a weeks. Other Guard units are from
Jax. Fla. sketch of various altera- The guardsmen and reser- Tallahassee, West Palm
tions that should be madeto vists are receiving on-the- Beach, Miami,Pensacola.Reservists -
expedite full use of the Job training in their military on duty are from .-
"THE FIRST TEAM" facilities. occupational specialities dur- Alabama and Mississippi.

Contact Chairman Ralph Bryan said
SFC Wayn. Glenn SSG Richard Hall the new trucks for mosquito

Local Army Recruiter Or 1 lit Cav. Repruentatlve ] of ment control additional obtained will facilitate spraying from Alachua full equip-use s1.A ..C as h And Carry; Tires

County.In Jlff'C'k
Open For other matters, Clerk n\
Gib Brown was Instructed to t,100 964-woo
Men and Women
write J. D. Ward, the Department -
v 1. TRAILING engineer, requesting that the tl.J2ElIstC"IlStre( t ,
GriffIs Loop Road be ,
striped, and to ask about a Fla.
: ,,
3. J2.500 ENLISTMENT BONUS cave in on the east side of I t1 ,

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P..._..P_ Dudley P, Hardy, Petitioners'attorney on the 22nd day of June 1973 Sec. 194.16 F. S, property described In such

tt at ft *03UOUH.C! t*OCB! INC 1,01 N. 11T o 0'0-0' whose address is beginning 12:00 Noon at Starke, NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN, certificate or certificates will NewsBy

5 THAT or PMT SR ti Of t :Ir''ep.f! /: OF T.O, 1* 01 8H 71 IT I Si GOT.0 LPT. P. O. brawer 730, Starke, County of Bradford, State of that MR. B. B. ROWLANDthe be sold to the highest bidderat
ISC o i-ari.Ltis me! rctt ON .-7 .o. t.-joo.o ew* PC*v>I js. .. Florida 32091, on or before Florida tax sale certificateswill holder of the following the court house door on

0. a914.0K10IC........ 515.t 1J J '*.4'v..dsl..YPs4..... ? iffr ....... July 10, 1973, and file the be sold on the following certificates has filed said cer- Monday in Month of June,
1e-;;-t*--;044-COIOC------------------------------- original with the Clerk of described land to pay the a- tificates for a tax deed to 1973, which is the 25th day Elizabeth Givens; Walker

cc. AT ecc Lima NANKING I 09C4H 1/4, tec con .T I 110. *e O.el-It this Court either before ser- mount due for taxes herein be Issued thereon. The cer- of June, 1973.
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--- roI.e X .tie AS" .R tll.f TO woe vice on Petitioners' attorney set opposite the same, together tificate numbers and yearsof Dated this 21st day of May DELL CHAPTER OES pastor
f. .
._.._. .u. .aI 7.16 ...
5 weekly
-- --------- or immediately thereafter with all costs Issuance the descriptionof The Dell The were
alie-ciieo ---------------""--- ; of such regular meeting of
E *.tt I* ..c...K cxMcrv < tr. .c n i "o4S-7fl otherslde a default may be sale and all advertising. the property, and the names 1973.Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Chapter 168 will not be held the activity of Stewardess

t f"[/U NW TO CO L..I* PUN N OH ff LAN tOC" T t"T. t n TO*G POB. .Poe t 10* t .G' t ..... entered against you for the #418-00100 Unknown in which It was assessed are By Beulah M. Moody, DC this Thursday night, May 24, Board No. 2 Tuesday nightat

--....51.17.,.---.!:!0------.I.e.- ----O.t!---.._.. _. relief demanded in the pe- That portion of Gov't Lots as follows: Clerk of Circuit Court of but will be held June 14, at 8 p.m. a song service
t at. at .(MTFHI40 no tO.* C -0.?" _?" tition. 7 & 8 which lies North of Certificate No. 73 Year of Bradford, County, Florida 8 p.m. All members are ask- Sunday School will begin the
40 IN IKCIAK' Ot4CH* UNIT I 40 WITNESS my hand and the Santa Fe River Sec. 18 Twp. Issuance 1971Description 5/24 4t 6/14 ed to please be present at services Sunday at 10 a.m.

f S ___>__it*l!!.::!------!!:!4.-____!6.4t.__:t.1S- !!:!::! seal of the Court at Starke, 7S Rge 20E 40 Acres of Property: this very Important meeting. Morning service at 11. Trus

as tt oPIAI.itr l KICMARD L t. 1318 PtA! 16.60 L aT 0441.07 Florida, this 11th day of May, $65.70 $1.97 $3.38 $.15, Lot 5 of Blk 3 in Plnehaven NOTICE OF APPLICATION" tee day will be observed. Evening -
t LCT IS..IN..IK01AN' tCACH UNIT 3 I. A/* 1973. Adv. cost $14.70 SID. Sec 29 T-6-S R- CHURCH NEWS services, 5:30. All
.ae .13.., 'U.U ..... .....<>. total $71.20 FOR TAX DEED
;;-01-11"njr--------------------------- ;:; :::' GILBERT S. BROWN 22-E. Sec. 194.16 F.S New Bethel Baptist Church, members are asked to cooperate -
t .. URLI INC.' ",0' ..rtfs\o Clerk of the Circuit Court J. R. KELLY Name In which assessed: NOTICE HEREBY, Rev Leroy Davis pastor with this activity.
? -:T"" Si?" Net/ ..'H.T..."O.T or OVM LOT J .HI<:N By Donna TA COLLECTOR HARLOW TRESCOTT.All GI\o'ENt
T..t.O. ro LCS' O. .t : : M. Branson, that The County of Bradford Weekly services will begin
-- :::*!.-----4i!:!:___""!""."""__"1.IP"__"""!!!!:!!_ BRADFORD COUNTY, of said property being the holder of the with Prayer Meeting each
f It it *0. cer- THE
WG.LCT,.10 O' aiMINCLt tOOt! U. t OF UN-EFC.Vl.AT OCK O* IK TStat. 5/17 4t 6/7 5/24 4t 6/14 State of Florida. tificates for a tax deed to be class each Wednesday nightat i

e _. :73_ _*i.!r_ !! !! Unless such certificate or Issued 7:30. Sunday School will
--- -- ----_ : _-_!!:!!_------_::!:: thereon. The certifI- FAMILYLAWYER
O It 9t Xt KtHDff AS10-B-C3OOO Dove W 44-4 ISM 04...--' NOTICE OF APPLICATION certificates shall be redeemed cate numbers and year of begin services Sunday at 9:30. I IRight
LCT to cr ir.iNCLl moce ftMANT RO It according to law the Morning service 11 BTU
UNIT t re UK sc PLAT FOR pro- Issuance the a.m.
0'.80 ... .
: ..51.41.. *.ee ."....
-- --- --- ---- perty described in such cer- the at 5 Evening service
--- p.m.
--- -
i ---------- The property and ,
: : ---- Circuit Court of Florida Sec. 194.16 F. S. the names
4T.IM J. a KELLYTAX NOTICE tificate or certificates Mil in which it was 7 p.m. Visitors always wel-
Eighth Judicial Circuit HEREBY assessed
t COUNTY PI In and For Bradford County that The County of Bradford, be sold to the highest bidderat as follows: come.
the court house door to Spank"The
Case No: 73-133 the holder of the following on Certificate No. 59. Year of
; ELLA LOUISE JONES certificates has filed Monday in Month of June, 1973, Issuance 1966.Description. Greater Bethlehem Freewill -
said certificates which is the 25th day of June Baptist Church Rev.Jasper right of parents to chastise
In The Circuit Court Of specifications and purposesas Wife/Petitioner and ALBERT for a tax deed to of Property: their children is so
JONES be Issued 1973. 1 Lot 50' N&S by 50' E&W Williams pastor. The necessary
Florida outlined. HusbandRespondent.NOTICE thereon. The
Eighth Judicial Bids
Circuit will be
received of
A Dated this 21st of to the government families
day May in SW weekly services will
tificate Cor of Sl/4 of NWI/4 begin
In And at OF SUIT numbers
For Bradford the City Clerk's and yearsof 1973 with and to the good order of society
County In Probate Office City of Starke TO: ALBERT JONES issuance, the of NWl/4 E of RR Sec 35 Board No. 2
j Case Florida descriptionof Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk T-5-S and Choir No.3 Tuesday that no moralist or lawgiver has
R-22-E. -
NO. until Whereabouts unknown the
7:00 property and
O'clock P.M. the
names ever thought of interfering within
In re: Estate of AWE on June 5th, 1973.Bids will Include You are hereby notified that in which it was assessed are Clerk of Circuit Moody Court, D.C. Name In which assessed: night. Wednesday night .
of Prayer
L. PEARCE, a/k/a/ AVIE a total purchase price, an action for Divorce has been as follows: Bradford LACY GREEN. Meeting, Thursday So said the Supreme Court of
County Florida night the Ladles Circle
LOU THOMPSON with filed against ALBERT Certificate No. All of said property being will
f PEARCE, a trade-in allowance for: you 72. Year of 5/24 4t 6/14 Tennessee a century ngo. And it
meet at the home of
in the Mrs.
deceased. One Q) Burroughs E-4000 Machine JONES and you are requiredto Issuance 1966.Description. County of Bradford Sarah Prince. Friday nlrfit.Prayer is still true today that parents
NOTICE OF PROBATE:: Serial No E-0164807. serve a copy of your writ- of Property: State of Florida. willmeeCtit linvi the hnsic taanl right to cnnnlr. .
To all persons interested 1. Utility Accounts ReceIv- ten defenses, if any to It, Beg 396', W & 210', N of .NOTICE OF APPLICATION unless such certificate or the Band (their children. - -

) In the estate of Laid decedent able Function Billing & Col- on the Petitioner's attorney SE Cor of SE1/4 of SW1/4, FOR TAX DEED certificates shall be redeemed Allen.home of Mrs. Rebecca But if the right itself is still rcc.ogmcd .

I. : lections. whose name and address is E 210', N 210', W 210', S Sec. 194.16 F. S. according to law the pro- the extent of the right
r You are hereby notifed 2. Payroll Function R. Franklin RItch, P. O. Box 210', to Beg. Sec 16, T-6- NOTICE ISIEREBYGIVEN, perty described in such cer- Sunday School will begin the has been steadily narrowed.For .

6 that a written Instrument 3. Checkwriting Function 879, Starke, Florida 32091 and S, R-22-E. that MR. B. B. ROWLANDthe tificate or certificates will services for Sunday at 9:30. example it used to be said

purporting to be the Last 4. Appropriation Expen- file the original with the clerk Name in which assessed: holder of the following be sold to the highest bidderat Trustee Day will be observed lli.it parents could be as brutal as

e v.lll and Testament of said diture Subsidiary Ledger of the above styled court on FIRST MTG. CORP. OF STU- certificates has filed said cer- the court house door on with the young people in they pleased, so long as their mo-
decedent has been admitted Function or before June 18,1973:other- ART. tificates for a tax deed to Monday Month of June, 1973, charge at 11 a.m. The ladies live was "for the child's own

r to prooafs In this Court. 5. Revenue Receipts Subsidiary wise a Judgment may be entered All of said property being be Issued thereon. The certificate which is the 25th day of June, will be selling dinners at good." Out no longer.
lou aic hereby commanded Ledger Function against you for the relief in the County of Bradford, numbers and years 1973. 12:15.: League at 4 p.m. Eve-
within six calendar months 6, General Ledger Function demanded In the com- State of Florida. of Issuance, the descriptionof Dated this 21st day of May, ning service, 6 p.m. Thus, n father was found guilty

from the date of the first 7. Inventory (Stores & plaint or petition. Unless such certificate or the property, and the namesin 1973 ol assiuIt: mid buttery for beating
; publication of this Noticeto ) Function Supplies Witness my hand and the certificates shall be redeemed which it was assessed are Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Greater Allen Chapel AME his 10-ye.ir-okl daughter with u

appear In this Court and 8. Fixed Assets Functiona. seal of said Court on May according to law the pro- as follows: By Beulah M. Moody, D.C. Church, Rev. B. C. Williams, nine, hard enough to leave permanent
The court said it
show cause, If any you General Fixed Assets 21st 1973. perty described in such cer- Clerk of Circuit Court of doaaallall ==Qaaccca suirs. was
can, why the action of this b. Utility Fixed Assets Gilbert S, Brown tificate or certificates will Certificate No. 86. Year of Bradford County, Florida. no excuse that he lids trying lo
Court In admitting said Will Including Depreciation As Clerk of said Court be sold to the highest bid- Issuance 1971Description 5/24 4t 6/14 Sec 22-T--S,, R-22-E. leach the child good manners.

to probate should not stand 9. Preparation of Financial By; Beulah M. Moody, as der at the court house dooron of Property: Name In which assessed: One parent's harsh views about
-ev>ked. Statementsa. Deputy Clerk Monday in Month of June Com at NW Cor of SW1/4 DIXIE ACCEPTANCE CORP. discipline, said the court, could

c';'I, at Publication on : May Balance Sheetb. 5/24 4t 6/14 1973, which is the 25 day of of NW1/4] Run S 506', for NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR OF STUART. not standards outweigh of the the humanitarian
1973. Revenue June, 1973. FOB, S 358', E 510.6 to RR TAX DEED All of said property being community
uuoige L. Patten, Circuit Revenuec. Compared Estimated Dated this 21st day of May, R/W N on W R/W 358', W Sec. 194.16 L F.S. In the County of Bradford, Not only may an olTcndmg parcel -
Judge, Dradford County. In The Circuit Court Eighth 1973. 616', to POB, Sec 33. T- NOTICE ISIIEwBYGIVEN:; State of Florida. he punished by the criminal
Compared Judicial that The County of Bradfordthe law: but in a growing number of
Circuit ) Unless
5/10 4t 5/31 to Appropriations of Florida Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk 6-S R22E.Name such certificate or
In and For Bradford holder of the following certificates Males he may even hate lo pay
7 10. County By Beulah M. Moody D.C. in which assessed: shall be redeemed -
Capability of ,
In The Circuit Court Of Striped Sheets Magnetic CIVIL ACTION Clerk of the Circuit Courtof ESTELLA BLAINE ET AL certificates has filed said certificates according to law the pro- damages lo the child.In .

d Florida Eighth Judicial Cir Bids will also Include Case No, 73-122 Bradford County, Florida All of said property being for a tax deed to perty described In such certificate one case woman pum
cult In the CECELIA: in the County he Issued tt1A1_ Rnrl_ The_ ___ certificate melled her small
or certificates
r And For Bradford expected date of installationand B. CRIBBS & 5/24 4t 6/14 of Bradford.. n no. n will stepson so viciously
County. Case No. date when the MANNING u EDWARD CRLBBS, State of Florida. numbers and years be sold to the highest bidderat that he suffered internal

1 In Probate. be operational. machinecan her husband Plaintiffvs- NOTICE OF Unless such certificate or of Issuance, the descriptionof the court house door on injuries.. When damage suit was
In re: Estate of MARY The City ADOPTION Defendant FOR TAX DEED certificates shall be redeemed the property, and the names Monday In Month of June, filed on the boy's behalf (by a
3 EDNA NEWSOM, a/k/a EDNA to waive informalities reserves In right NOTICE OF SUIT Sec. 194.16 F. according to law the pro- In which it was assessed are 1973, which Is the 25th day guardian), she said I would be
8I'U'bid as follows: of June "had for
HENDRY NEWSOM, de- to reject NO PROPERTY NOTICE perty described in such certificate 1973. family harmony" to allow
i ; any or all bids TO RALPH HEREBY GIVEN, Certificate No. 93. Year of Dated this lawsuits: within the
in whole in : WALDO BEVERLY that or certificates will day of May, family
ceased.NOTICE or part, with or MR. B. B. ROWLANDthe Issuance
1966.Description. circle,
4 TO CREDITORSAll without ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU be sold to the highest bidderat
and/or holder
creditors of the estate the cause bids that in its to accept ARE HEREBY NOTI- certificates has of the following the court house door on of Property: Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Jut I I the court I held her liable
of MARY Judge< said certificates Monday In Month of Com 866', E & 30' N of By Beulah M. Moody DC anyhow,
EDNA NEWSOME, ment will be for the best FIED that an action for Adoption for a tax deed to June, SW Cor
a/k/a EDNA HENDRY NEW- interest of the City of Starke of Minor Children has be Issued thereon. The 1973, which Is the 25th day N of NWl/4 of SW1/4 Clerk of Circuit Court of "A chill, like every other individual
certificate 200'
for POB E N
; SOM, deceased are hereby Florida. been filed against you and numbers and of June, 1973. 100', Bradford County, Florida hns a .light to freedom
; notified and required to file CITY COUNCIL OF THE you are required to serve a of issuance, the description years 1074 Dated this 21st day of May 50' W 100'. S 50'. to POO, 5/24 4t 6/14 from such Inju!')',"

any claims or demands which CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA copy of your written defenses of the property, and the names n- -._ aa aDaaaaaaa aDoDaoaDI 10a= IIIIOa: -
A they may have against said Merrill Edwards, City Clerk if any to it, on the plain in which it was assessed are Gilbert S. Brown Clerk
estate in the office of the 5/17 3t 5/31 tiff's attorney, whose name as follows: By Beulah M. Moody D.C

P circuit judge of Bradford and address is Hon. GeorgeH. Certificate No. 10, Year of Clerk of the Circuit Courtot

County, Florida, In the courthouse Pierce, Starke, Florida Issuance 1971.Description. Bradford County, Florida (i
J at Starke, Florida NOTICEI and file the original with the of Property: 5/24 4t 6/14

within six calendar months will not be responsible clerk of the above styled; courton NW1/4 of SW1/4 40 Acres

E from the date of the first for any debts other than my or before June 18, 1973: Sec 11, T-7-S, R21. NOTICE OF APPLICATION Ii'Ls11bI (I) !
publication of this notice. own. Jewel J. Quinn will pay otherwise a Judgement may Name In which assessed FOR TAX DEED

f Each claim or demand must all bills. Joseph L. Quinn. be entered against you for J. D. ODOM, JR. : Sec. 194.16, F, S.

e be in writing and must state 2tp 5/31 the relief demanded In the All of said property being NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

the place of residence and .. complaint or petition... in the County of Bradford. that MR. B. B. ROWLANDthe

f post office address of the In The Circuit Court Of WITNESS my hand and the State of Florida. holder of the following

claimant and must be sworn The 8th Judicial ClrcultIn seal of said Court on May Unless such certificate or certificates has filed said certificates

f to by the claimant, his And For Bradford 18, 1973. certificates shall be redeemed for a tax deed to
t agent, or his attorney, or County,Florida Gilbert S. BrownAs according to law the property be Issued thereon. The certificate -

it will become void accord- CASE NO. 73-75. Clerk of said Court described In such certificate numbers and yearsof

ing to law. Filed in the office By: Beulah M. Moody or certificates will Issuance, the description
p Dated this 1st day of May, Court the of Clerkof As Deputy Clerk be sold to the highest bid- of the property, and the names
on 27
A. D., 1973.Charles March 1973 day of (Court Seal) der at the court house door In which it was assessed are
at 8:29
: MGllbert
A. Howe Administrator 5/24 4t 6/14 as follows:
Monday In Month
S. Brown By BE, D.C. on of June,
f of the
JEROLD HENRY MATH- 1973, which is the 25th day
, EDNA NEWSOM, a/k/a EDNA Certificate No.9. Year of
of June 1973.
ENY, Petitioner and DIANE In the ,
; HENDRY NEWSOM deceased. Court of Eighth Issuance 1971.Description
RAY Dated this 21st of
A First publication on May Respondent. Judicial Circuit of Florida 1973. of Property:
, 10, 1973. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO In and For Bradford County NE1/4 of NEI/4 Ex Par 210' 4.r
DIANE Gilbert S, Brown Clerk ., i
t 5/10 4t 5/31. CIVIL ACTION SQ on E Line N of Hwy 225 n -
a/k/a DIANE RAY MARTINEZ Case #73-43 By Beulah M. Moody, D.C. & Sl/2 of NE1/4 Sec 10 T- ; t c ,ae
. 2120 or 2021 Airline Drive T. M. EDWARDS, single Clerk of the Circuit Courtof 7-S R21. : a e A'r e

In the Circuit Court of Florida Houston, Texas. Plaintiff -vsLOIS HAGAN Bradford County, Florida Name in .
t Eighth Judicial Circuit, YOU ARE NOTIFIED thata DELIA COVINGTON, ROSE, 5/24 4t 6/14 _.f. n nnnUTD_ assessed: 9I.Carry

i In and for Bradford County Petition for Dissolution TYSON, JESSE TYSON & ,- Ali of said property being

, In Probate, Case No. of Marriage has been filed JOHNNY TYSON Defendant NOTICE OF APPLICATION in the County of Bradford
In re: Estate of Avie L. fl0\lfnflt you In thA ashen nm_ FOR TAX
V .t'earce. a/K/a Avle Lou ed Courtd.y are required Sec. 194.16, F. S. Unless such certificate or

1 I Thompson Pearce deceased to serve a copy of TO: JESSE TYSON, Address NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN, certificates shall be redeemed -
NOTICE TO CREDITORS: your answer or pleading on unknown that MR. B. B. ROWLAND according to law the pro-

, All creditors of the estate the Petitioner's attorney, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- the holder of the following perty described in such cer-
of AVIE L. PEARCE, a/k/a CAROL WILD SCOTT, 11 FIED certificates has filed tificates
that an action to Petition said certificates will be sold to the
I AVIE LOU THOMPSON West University Avenue, the following property for a tax deed to highest bidder at the court

I Pearce, deceased are here Gainesville, Florida 32601 in Bradford County, Florida: be Issued thereon. The cer- house door on Monday In
, by notified and required to and file the original answeror The South Half of Lot Eight tificate numbers and years Month of June, 1973, which

I file any claims or demands pleading in the office of (8) or the Southeast Quarterof of Issuance, the description is the 25th day of June, 1973. fiF

which they may have against the Clerk of the Circuit Southeast Quarter of Sec- of the property, and the names Dated this 21 day of May, ,
} said estate in the office Court in and for Bradford tion 13, Township 6 South in which it was assessed are 1973. '

of the Circuit Judge of Brad- County, .Florida, on or before Range 21 East Containing as follows: Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk '

. ford County, Florida, In the If 11 of June 1973. Forty (40) Acres, more or Certificate No. 2, Year of By Beulah M. Moody, D. C. l .... i
Courthouse at Starke, Florida you fail to do so, Judge less. Issuance 1971Description Clerk of Circuit Court of

i within six calendar months ment by default will be taken has been filed against you of Property: Bradford County, Florida the safe money...
from the date of the first against you for the relief and you are required to servea Lot 3 Ex 15.7 A to Ernest 5/24 4t 6/14
3 publication of this notice. demanded In the petition copy of your written defen- Edwards & Lot 4 Ex Wl/2 American Express Travelers
y Each claim or demand must The Issue of custody is Involved of Nl/2 & Cheques.
ses, if any to it, on the plaintiffs Sl/2 Lot 5 & S NOTICE OF
J be in writing and must state attorney, whose name 1/2 of Lot 6 & N3/4 of Lot APPLICATIONFOR

t the place of residence and WITNESS my hand and seal and address is Hon. George 7, 8, 9, & 10, Sec 7, T- TAX DEED If you're carrying cash a thief can turn your vacation into a
post office address of the this 27 day of March, 1973. H. Pierce, P. O. Drawer 1030. 7-S, R20. Sec 194.16. F. S. disaster in seconds.
must be sworn Starke, Florida and file the Name In which assessed -
to by the claimant, his agent, CLERK, By: Betty Edwards, original with the clerk of the ADLICO CORP. : that The County of Bradford Play safe. Carry American Express Travelers
., or his attorney, or it will Deputy Clerk. above All of said the holder of the follow- Cheques. If they're
styled court stolen
on or before property being or lost can to
you go the local
become void ing certificates has filed said American
according to June 18, 1973: otherwisea in the County of Bradford Express Com
9 law.I 5/17 4t 6/7 Judgement may be entered State of Florida. Unless such certificates for a tax deed pany subsidiary or representative office (they're all the
I Dated this 1st day of May against you for the relief demanded certificate or certificates to be Issued thereon. The world). Get your missing Cheques replaced-usually

A.D., 1973. In The Circuit Count In The In the complaint or shall be redeemed certificate numbers and years day. And the same
according your trip goes on as planned.They're
J James Harold Sapp Execu- Eighth Judicial Circuit, In And petition. to law the property described of Issuance, the descriptionof '
tor of the Estate of AVIEL. WITNESS in the property, and the namesin
For Bradford County, Fla. my hand and the such certificate or certI- spendable
PEARCE, a/k/a AVIE which it was assessed are everywhere and cost
Case No. 73-127 seal of said Court on May 18, ficates will be sold to the
LOU THOMPSON PEARCE, 1973. as follows: only a penny per dollar.
\ In re: Petition of ANTONIO highest bidder at the court
, deceased. RIVERA and ELOISE RIVERA Gilbert S. Brown house door on Monday in Certificate No. 94. Year of

i GEORGE H. PIERCE Attorney NOTICETO As Clerk of said Court Month of June, 1973, whichis Issuance 1966.Description.
P.O. Drawer. 1030, Starke Jenson c/o Department By: Beulah M. of Property:
: Margaret Moody
the 25th
day of June
Florida 32091 1973 Commence 866, E & 30',
I As
of Public Health and Deputy Clerk
First publication ( Dated this 21st day of May, N of SW Cor of NW1/4 N
on May Welfare, San Francisco, California Court Seal,) 117!
I 10, 1973. 5/24 4t 6/14 no -. 250', E 200'6 for FOB E 100',
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk N 50' S 50' to FOB
} 5/10 4t 5/31 You are notified that the a- By Beulah M. Moody, D.C. in OR Bk 25-485 Sec 22, Florida BANK AT STARKE
bove-named Petitioner ANTONIO
Clerk of the Circuit Courtof \alioiuil
T-6-S R22E.
LEGAL NOTICEI Bradford County; Florida Name In which assessed: : ,
RIVERA, his wife, have fileda not 5/24
am responsible, legally 4t 6/14 PIONEER FINANCE CO.
The City of Starke, Florida petition in the abovestyledCourt for anyone's debts other
Invites bids for an accounting for the adoption of the All of said property being
i than Charles P. FILING
my own Bias. CABINETS. in
Type County of Bradford,
I machine fit
to the minor child named in that
2tp 5/31 writer Stands
Desks, Chairs, State of Florida.
t petition and you are comman- Safes -Bradford County Unless such certificate or

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17rtrgrap1 J.oi. ..a Area Sewer -:

24, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pogo 7I ');. rQUAIL'S

-.i:: Plan
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I Keystone Hilites,, By Phone Linda 4734907or Wharton I MOBILE I

473-4648. r,,-cr
r: Renewed Life I HOMES I

Col. and Mrs. Frank Co- Mrs. Peg HelUlessy of East the Plymouth Trouble Shoot-
bery of Orlando where the Orange, N. J. was here recently Ing Contest held in Orlando,
weekend guests of Col. and for a short visit with May 24. All the counties In x I 2 MI S. KEYSTONE ON
Mrs. Jim Chessington this her sister and brotherinlaw Florida will be representedIn
past week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sul- this contest. By Clay GIZMO
livan of Nelson's Point. While Mother's Day weekend I PH 4732120WHERE
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Edwards here the two sisters were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud
entertained this week end busy making plans for Peg's Beeler were Mrs. Beller's Keystone I
Heights received
with a cook out at their retirement in October. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert I renewed hope for Its area populated. areas adjacent to YOU'LLFIND I
home on Lake Geneva. Those The Jack Sullivans, Mr. and Gibson of Largo, Flo- sewer project Tuesday when the city.The
present were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jack Maxfleld, Mrs.Ar- rida. Jim Rye the Clay County Commission, original in-city sewer A
Ray Crabtree Penny Hunter lene Brown and Janice Batts Kenny, Terry and baby responding to a plea by Mayor project was estimated to cost HOME
Rodney Bamford, all of Jacksonville enjoyed a "Derby Party" at daughter, Melissa Kay, have Ray Starnes, voted unani- around $1,267,000, but no estimates -
and the Jim Whar- the home of Mrs. Elisabeth enjoyed a ten day leave In KH COpResigns mously to pay its share of have been made on
ton family. Grossberg. After the race they Keystone with Terry's par- the additional survey If it the cost of the enlarged pro- I FOR EVERYONE
all traveled to Palatka where ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ben- could come up with the necessary ject. The city hopes to bor-
Chrlstofer Allen Homer they enjoyed dinner at the nett. Everyone enjoyed see- funds. row the money from the FHA
Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Crab Pot. Ing Terry again! (Farmers Home Administration t I STAR BUYS
Wayne Homer, underwent open Mrs. Q. Gardner has returned Mr. and Mrs. George Kauf- Starnes said, following the ) and pay it back with
heart surgery at the after spending some mann have returned from Chi meeting, he felt confident the the help of an EPA grant.It .
University of Gainesville time with her daughter, Wll- cago after visiting with family funds could be arranged, and : I
To BeDeputy
Medical Center this past ma in Orlando while Wilma and friends for two weeks. that he was notifying city's was estimated that the k:2 24x442iBR
week and is reported doing recovered from minor sur- Mrs. Evelyn Rae of Avon, engineers to meet with the enlarged survey would cost I
fine. We all wish him a gery. Conn flew to Florida on May Council at its next meeting up to $9,000, and the Keystone '
speedy recovery. Tim Goetzman and Eddie 1 for a nice 10 day visit to discuss terms of the additional Council called on Bradfordand BATH J & 3/4
Gardner were chosen to enter with her sister and brother- contract. Clay Counties to pay their
in-law, Mr.' and Mrs. Watt pro rata share of the cost.
Hardenbergh. They enjoyed The resignation of Jim The Council had already paid Bradford refused to partici- 1 LJ0.
side trips to Disney World Rye from the Keystone $2,500 for a preliminary sur- pate In the project, and it I
KEYSTONE MELROSE and Marine Land while she Heights police force was announced vey to apply for a sewer pro- was first reported that the I .. 1 1i
ject within
the city limits
was here and really had a at a special coun- Clay County Commission had
BUSINESS DIRECTORY great time. cil but was later told that the also declined. However, Ma- I
meeting Monday night by EPA (Environmental Protec- Starnes i
National League of yor received word
American Pen Women held Mayor Ray Starnes.In tion Agency) had changed its later tha Clay Commissioners I I

FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES I| HARDWARE GARDEN their annual at the spring home get of Mr.together dated a May letter 18, to Rye the said Mayor his making criteria grants and was to small no longer towns discussion were of ready the matter to reopen, and I I 12 x 64 ,o '
would be effective
and Mrs. Chuck Newman unless they adopted an area he appeared before the board
SLIM'S HARDWARE June 1, and was being concept and included thickly I
Jbe May 13, on Lake Geneva. The Tuesday.
7 ) made "for better chances of
AND ladles and their husbands enjoyed advancement in the field of i*. s mm '. ._ ,-" I I WEEK 0 I
Fish fTStuff a covered dish dinner.
aAR6t11UMTER Bobby Morris of Mid Lake law enforcement." I $7495.00

Live Bait A complete line of Hdw. has entertained guests for the Starnes said he understoodthat ) : : 1 q5
Cricket-Shinn.rs-Worms BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS past three weeks from all Rye was Joining the staff r
Minnow Plumbing & Electrical Supp. points of the compass. Trav- of the Clay County Sheriff's I IL I I
GroTone Fertilizers eling from far and near were office and would be assigned l1iiA II
TACKLE-RODS-REELS Insecticide Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kelleyof to the Keystone area. Tho II I II
said that had ask-
FISHING 8. HUNTING California; Mrs. O. M. Mayor Rye
LICENSES AMMUNITION Lumber & Building Material Kelley of Texas, Mrs. Nancy ed for, and was given per- : I I I
ICEKeyttone Hwy. 21 N. 200 yd. From LightKeystone Morris, of Quebec, Canada; mission to continue living in
Miss Claudia Morris,of Hats- his mobile home located at I
Hgtt. 473.4357 Height 473.3663 boro, Pa.; Mrs. Jean Pettyof the Keystone Airport. I I If You Are

CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION AIR COND.Robbie's Key West and Betty Stubbs "We are glad to have him
and children, Kim Kurtis stay on there, as it gives us I
and Ciis Thompson of Jack- some protection at the Air- I
sonville.Mr. port," Chairman Everett Fox I Having Trouble
APPLIANCE! and Mrs. O. D. Shcert- said.
Camp ; zer of Mississippi will be Rye has been with the Key- ,.I
Trailer Sales QuasarTV staying In Keystone with Mrs. stone force about 18 months.In I.rr I Raising A Don>
: I II
Shcertzer's .
Low Gas C.G. TV STERO submitting resignation II i r I(
Mrs. Frank Weisgerber, on he said, "I have enjoyed work- I t -" -, M Ato
Price and Gators lot
on Lake Geneva for three
Ing with everyone, especiallythe I Payment
Low Exclusive TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL while Mr. Shcertzer attends young people, and have I t eo.
Towing Insurance AND the University Medical Cen- gained valuable experiencefrom Ij
RESIDENTIALJAMES ter for some special courses. being here." II j t
W. ROBINSON. PROF AIR CONDITION ING He Is a pre-med studentat
The Mayor and membersof Ask
I About
3.5 Miles S. Of Keystone, SALES & SERVICE the University of South the Council expressed regret :
475-2035 at Rye's resignation,sayIng t t
KEYSTONE 473.4651 Deepest sympathy Is expressed ** i "
to the family of E- "We are losing a good
I Our New I
man. The search will begin -
REAL ESTATE AUTO SERVICE lam Glisson who passed a- JX
Immediately for a replacement
this week.It ,
way past I
for Rye, who serv-
Richard T. Lovorn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE velyn is Karpovltch reported that is recover-Mrs. E- ed as night police officer I.I t I Lease Plan I
and the City Clerk was Instructed ZiftiS
( Real Broker ing nicely from hip II
K3g. Estate Front End Alignment SpeedWheel the Alachua Hospital surgeryIn but to contact two jun- ammij .I. I

LAKE -Air Conditioning Balancing Service will several be weeks.confined Pm there sure she for have ior colleges courses in In the law area enforce-which Charlie Brown Visits KH I A BLOCK BUSTER 1 1R

PROPERTIESfi; ) Brake Service would be happy to have visItors ment leads.in an effort to obtain 1I
and receive cards and
ItoISURAtoICELubrication Oil Change- notes of well wishing from Rye's addition to the sheriffs Friday And Saturday Nights I
her many friends In Key- staff followed! the recent & !
Keystone Hgts. 473.3254 Tune Up stone.A resignation of !lank Bruning, ,
t big welcome home to the a deputy assigned to the Key- You're a Good Man Char- lie Brown, Debbie Mclnarney a
4734692Goodyear Tires Alkens! stone area. lie Brown, will be presentedby and Nancy White as Lucy, Tom ,
Edna Knepper473.4111 Everyone has been the Keystone School Drama Strube as Linus, David ,
Martha Durbin -473-3362 1 BLK. Off E. 21 and 1 BLK. pulling accident for and you after your Club, Friday and Saturday Hughes as Schroeder and r Beautiful '
Jim Fox 473-4148 N. Off 100 wishing you a Keystone nights, May 25-26, at the Snoopy, the dog, by Jeff a, I I3
speedy recovery. Nice to have Lion's Club at 8 p.m. Leukel. 24x60 48r ,
C.B. McAfee 473-4050 back.
you CalendarTHURSDAY The play Is under the direction t "
BEAUTY SHOP S. E. McKa y, !RealtorNell' Flo Becker has returned of Mrs. B. J. Rus- Admission will be $1.50 for a Family Room-
after spending this past week- May 24- sell, the music provided by adults and $1 for students. >;: Completely Furn. ,
S.E. McKAY REALTOR end with her sister and bro- Garden Club of the Lakes, Mrs. M. Rice and Donald "You're a Good Man Char- a
's Installation of Officers, Wo I
Jacksonville.The Jones of P.K. Yonge. lie Brown, is presented
ther-in-law In
Beauty Style Shof Member of Societv man's Club, noon. The cast features students cooperation with Tams, Whlta CENTRAL AIR & HEAT _
of Residential AppraisersServing Brownie Troop 398, Community ,
Boardof Zachary Andrews as Char- mark Music, Inc. of New York.
"For a I This Area For 26 Years Bradford-Clay Church Ed Bid., 3:15: &

you"Phone Mrs Melba Ilgen 473-4740 Realtors meeting held May their 22 at monthly the- P.m.Fellowship i $12,500 .I
Club, Game Day, 13 Air Conditioners it
Golf and Country
VOII.r4 Mrs. Dolores Gilmore 473-3600 Club. Lion's Club, 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Joanne Gassett 475-1622
FRIDAY, May 25-
i Mr. Leslie Robinson 4751035HomesAcreageRentals weekend Jim Fox for two left weeks this past Na- Keystone Rotary Club, Ma- Stolen From Redfearn !
0' sonic ]Hall, Program
,, Heights V-*" tional Melrose T: Office Phone 473-4816 land Georgia. Program: Jay Ellis, talk on at from $3,000 to truck parked In front of I
Mrs. Tom (Corda) Lovorn Camelias. $5,000 owned by Redfearn's the East Lake View Drive
.( Rays Shell flew In this past week from Bingo, St. William's Church Appliances were stolen ear- home of Huntley Redfearn, I
Lanell's Boutique i Wrecker Service I Texas to spend several weeks Hall, 7:30 p.m. ly Saturday morning in an Sr., owner of the business.
Styles and Accessories ',p We monitor ehonnek 13 C.B. with her son and his family Play, "You're a Good Man unusual theft for the quiet Thieves started the truck $250Off
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lovorn. Charlie Brown, Lion's Club, town of Keystone Heights. without keys and got away ,
For The Complete t 24 MRS While here she has enjoyed 8 p.m. The equipment was in a unnoticed.AUCTION.
Woman JP trips to Disney World and I
HWY 21 D.tw..n ServiceKeystone the Alhambra Dinner TheaterIn SATURDAY, May 26- On I
Kyton h Mlro Jacksonville. Girl Scout Troop 190, Bazaar I AnyGeneral
Lawrence Blvd., 10:30 II
Day Call 473-3083
475-2211 Susan Hyatt and her husbandof a.m. til.Keystone. I I
i Nights 475-2838 New York are visiting Fire Dept, Work I On
Susan's mother Mrs. John Party, 9 a.m.
Pill Dirt Electrlcol Contractor Bird. Play, "Your're a Good Man
Charlie Brown". Lion's Club, SAT. MAY 26 1973 I
Beach Sand Bell Electric Co. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starnes 8 p.m. The Lot
Cloy PHI have returned after spendinga
James W. Bell, OwnerTractor few days In the St. Pete- SUNDAY, May 27- 11 A'.M. Until Sell Out I I

Hank BruningKEYSTONE Work CommercialResidential they Tampa visited area.the While Kapok there Tree Choice.Visit the Church of your By Col. Wylle Cobb I This Week Only

Inn and stated It was even Keystone Woman's Club Officers Lake Geneva Furniture I
Tea, Woman's Club
Repairs more fabulous now since Lake Geneva Lex Jeanette II
PHONE 473-4761 Elecrrical Fixtures- Its new addition.I p.m. I I

P.O. BOX 41 Range Hood MONDAY, May 28- Baker Can Move
Keystone Hgts. 473-3602 understand that Jimmy Community Church Execu- FURNITURE CANDLES :
LAKE GENEVA Bell Injured his back tIe tive Board Meeting, Ladles, I You Into A sflotne I
other day when he pulledIn
Educational Building, 1
CONTRACTORS AUTO SERVICE a big bass which he caught p.m. PATIO FURMTURE I I
off his dock on Lake Gene- Of Your Own For
TUESDAY, May 29-
Triangle Enterprise Inc. JOHNSON AUTO TUNE UP
General Repairing .va. Boy Scout Troop 574, Faith BUNK BEDS LAMPSSTUFFED : I
-------------- Less Than You
General. Contractor Engine Rebuilt Presbyterian Church, 7 p.m.
Residential Minot Machine Shop Work liE HAS BEEN secretary of Girl Scout Cadet Troop 190, '
Commercial -
Licensed Insured CoodltTreaga>a..iooFeaturing so many different things, it St. Anne's, 7 p.m.WEDI''ESDAY ANIMALS t Think. I

Tire Air Batter!.. must be tough for Elliott May 30- PLUS HUNDREDS OF t ', Let Them Prove It .

The Lindal Cedar Home Moo. Frl.! 7i30 A.M. 6 P.M Richardson: to remember Girl Scout Junior Troop, I

473N.. St. Rd. 21 473- Sat. 7:30 1 P.M. which limousine to get Into after St. Anne's Episcopal Church, OTHER ITEMS L LI TO You
3542 PO Bo" 67 2110 LAKE GENEVA 473.4117 a Cabinet meeting. 3:15.: 0 j
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Game Situation Revives

Pog. B TELEGRAPH May 24, 1973

, ,r"1i Tornado Football Spirits

m I t ,

I'', After a rough two week by Red defensive end Dale those two veterans to pro- and some defensive tackle. he has never played before
I A utC of spring football practice, Haas with some help from vide the leadership on the Michael Perkins, 12, 200, Perkins has developed in
Tornado grldders "carne a- the cornerback. 1973 Tornado line. They are a boy out for football for I'
ul U I live" Friday night during an "It would be bad If you Terry Hayes, 12c 6-4, 205, the first time. Even thoughNorman's (See Page 9)Blalock's )
ar 1 t Intra-squad scrimmage which let the same play tool you and described nurse
) :Jr.J generally pleased coaches. twice in a row," said defensive as a 'blue chip prospect,"
... : ,""", Coach Mike Sexton. Farm I
I "The attitude the boys got and Steve Register, 12, 6-5, Tops
The Red team made the goIng -
y > l up In the scrimmage help- 205, and a real college pros-
..N up the middle tough; those pect if he develops more
ed and we look forward to
the rest of the week," Baldhead boys hated to be scored on quickness to go with his size. Blalock's By 1 GameNorman's I
Coach David Nurse H. even In a Hayes came on strong last -
attributes the change In attitude Competition between Coaches season to start at both offensive -
J F fr-::' t to the game situation Sexton and Steve Bushoreon and defensive end.Register Farm continuesto handed Norman'sFarm
lead the Women's Softball their second loss, 5-
rw 'I "t.'. and the tough competition of the defensive side and was the starting cen-
..w 1I League with a 7-2 record, 3. The game was tied 3-3
Hurse and ter and a starting defensiveleft
r the scrimmage. Coaches
I '", rs /. 11 Redding on the offensive side tackle. but close behind Is Blalock'a after seven complete inningsand
1t Tornado coaches had the the offense Meat Market with a 6-3 record In the bottom of the
evident as
v teams very evenly divided. was tried to keep the defense fool Both boys have had good These two teams will eighth, Diane Jordan hit'a
t Two red and two white units ed and the defensive coaches spring practices and both meet again Tuesday, May 29. home run with one on to win
were paired and alter- what plays the offense are outstanding football players In lastweek's action, Thurs- the game. Kathy Sealy had
nated playing against each guessed set the defense up Coach Sexton points out. day night, Norman's Farm two hits including a home
r other. The teams worked for and But that's the extent of the blew past winless Mitchell's run tor Norman's. Diane Jor-
yardage with the ball being to stop them. experience for the most part, Drugs by the score of 22- dan led her team with four
moved downfleld.The"game" This Friday's annual Sen- and the end of the starterson 0. Norman's rapped out 20
was filmed with each of 46- iors vs. Varsity game will the line."We've base hits while Mitchell's ma- hits.Monday night, May 21, Nor-
odd players getting In on the wind up spring practice. got some peoplewe naged just two. Carolyn Red- man's Farm picked up their
1972.73 UCHS baseball team members are ((1-r): action and on film. "We've had a long way to feel like are going to ding led Norman's with three seventh win of the seasonas

Hamilton Fred Slrmon Tim Whitehead, Sonny King, D.WlttCrlfflt late We graduated make real good defensive ball hits.Blalock's they waltzed past Mit
Front row Terry Only score came when very iors.go. We've had to rebuild players," Sexton points out. took on Mitchell's, chell's Drugs 12-1, in four
Gerry White. In the Charlie Green of quarterback the completely] ," points out Coach He names players like: Monday night, May 14, and and one half innings. Nor-
Back row Coach Mike Yanotsy, Billy Ray Smith, Dole Green, Kerwin Clyatt White team completely fool Sexton who has but two start- Connie Sewell, 11, 6-2, 207, promptly handed them a 15- man's scored five runs In
the junior 1 Mitchell's hit the ball and
who played on varsity loss. the first Inning seven
John Woodley, John Rot*. Not shown: Billy Rosier. ed the Red defense with a ers from the front seven of collected
a little better as they runs in the third to take the
]1972 8-1-1 Coach
around right end the squad
keeper last season and was
] six hits but Blalock'srapped win. Mitchell's scored their
he scored untouched Steve Bushore lost his entire -
brought up to the varsity tor
out 19 safeties. Diane lone one In the fourth on Kendall's -
from about a yard out. The defensive secondary and the final three games. SewellIs
Jordan batter torBlalock's
Nine same play to the left aide for Coach Nurse lost Ms start- looking good and will play was top run.
CoChampionOf with three hits. Schedule: Tuesday, May 29Dlaiock's -
Tiger point, however saw ing offensive backfield. the '
the extra nose position, meaning 17
Thursday night, May ,saw vs Mitchell's, 7:30
Green nailed short of the goal Coach Sexton is looking to middle of the line on defense, the top two :same meet and p.m.

Suwannee ConferenceUnion Great Ideas

County High[ baseballers standing passing and running One member of the Union
above, are co-rulers, quarterback on the Tiger foot baseball team, Kerwin Cly
along with P. K. Yonge of ball team, led the Tigers nine att, died shortly after the
Gainesville, of the Suwannee in hitting with a .375 average baseball season ended.He was
Conference with 8-1 confer- He was one of five UnIon killed when a dump truck body
ence records. baseballers to hit over fell on him. Clyatt was an for the Great Outdoors

The two teams traded wins .300. Billy Ray Smith posteda outstanding Tiger athlete, according -
during the season. .350 hitting average, John to Coach Yanossy.
The Ross ended the season witha He lettered three years in
Tigers posted an 11-
.340 average and John Wood- baseball as an outfielder] and i
mark then
regular season ,
and Fred Sirmones three of football
lost two post season play] ley hit played years
on a tough Tiger eleven.
off games for an overall 11-
4 season record.

The two schools dominatedthe .333.IH's
Suwannee all-conference Cunningham

team. Tigers Dale Green,John

made Woodley the*and grade.Fred The Sirmones PKY Gulf Closes On First

Blue] Wave also placed three
men on the all-loop squad.

Union Baseball Coach Mike Half Softball TitleWith
Yanossy and PKY's Bob Hawkins -
were selected conference

co-coaches of the year. Yan- just two games remaining 17 hits for the night. Steve
ossy is completing his first to be played In the Varnum, Sasser, Peeples, and
season as the Tiger baseball first half of the Men's Slow Jones had two hits each as
coach. Pitch Softball League, Cun- they led Hampton.
Dale Green, also an out- ningham Gulf stands at the The second game of the
top with an 8-2 record. nights saw the Skating Rink

Baldwin Chevrolet (7-4)( ) squeeze by Baldwin Chevrolet -
Rink (6- 5The game was not
and Lawtey Skating
Sprin SportsBanquet
only low scoring but low hit-
4)) wait In the wings for a
shot at the league leaders as ting as well. Lawtey man- '
( Set i Cunningham must play both. aged just eight hits while hold-
Cunningham meets Baldwin Ing Baldwin to just three. 73 Ford
Tonight, t :3(1: ( Chevrolet Tuesday night May Lawtey scored all of their Wagons

22, and takes on Lawtey, Tuesday runs in the bottom of the
Barry Brown, well known night. Mai 29. first inning and also four of
distance runner with the Florida A win on either night would their eight hits.Baldwin scor-
Track Club at the University [- give them the first half title ed two runs in the top of
the second off of two
of Florida will speakto and assure them of a inning
Bradford High athletes at spot In the Sub-DlstrlctTour- hits and an error. They add-
the annual Spring Sports Ban nament to be held in .August.Tuesdaj ; ed one more run and one -..- .r
quet set tonight (Thursday, more hit in the top of the .1 ,.....
', !Maj 8, First Baptist seventh. __._
May 24)) at 7:30: at the Starke ----
Golf and Country Club. picked up a win over Cunningham Gulf continued
In time Urals last week- winless Hampton to the tune their winning ways, Thurs-
end at the UF, Brown and of 17-8. Hampton took a 3- day night, May ]10, as they
0 lead after the first inn- downed hapless Hampton, 14-
Marty Llquorl, another star
distance runner for the United ing as Steve Varnum hom 6. Dwight Elder had the hot J O
States, both turned In ered in three runs. Church, stick for Cunningham with
sub-four minute mUes.Brown however, came back strong three base hits, two doubles
had a 3:59.4: and Llquorl won scoring two In the second, and a single while his team-
with a 3:58.9. Liquor !Is one three In the third, six in mate Wajne Harper also picked -
of the nation's top milers the fifth, four In the sixth three hits. Kenneth Carl-
and one !in the seventh [oran ton created the most excite-
His best time is around 3:53.:
Brown and Liquorl are both easy ]7-8 win ment of the night with a home
working and training now In Harry Hatcher had a good run and a triple. Fred \V'heeler "'.,
Gainesville after being luredto night for Baptist, as he went ] and Lane SIbley contri- ytiri i
this area by UF Track three for four, while Gray buted two hits each to the
Coach Jimmy Carnes. Flynn, Danny :McKlnney and effort Cunningham collect-
Steve Thomas each had two ""\
Brown !is more noted as (See 9)MODERNIZING )
hits. The Church collected Page
a steeple chase runner and
was ranked In the top 10 In
the U. S. In 1972. 4 lI '
Coach David Hurse
expresses -
pleasure at getting "an rulao ldi s

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To Whip BHS Varsity fl. Shop Our

,, I Nursery For A

adford High's annual Sen- The graduating seniors area dish Hal Edwards and Gray searching for with eagle eyes I
vs Varsity; football gameet "definite favorite" to win Friday night I : Selection To
Friday. May 25, at Flynn. find batch i --
the annual Hopefully they'll 1
t. on Bradford Field with contest, Head seniors-varsity Coach David; If true to past senior teams of football players. The I I# a rli ; ww Choose From
biggest attraction beingi Hurse states emphatically. this year's crew will prob- coaching staff thinks It has -
i Yepremian star placer Just two starters from last ably add several boys of some some blue chip prospects in
size who didn't play on the
of the national pro- season's grid squad remain the making but they add cau-
onal football champion on) the varsity; line leaving Tornado team. tiously, "you can never tell ; Shade Trees S3.29 UP
"It'll be one of the tough
nl Dolphins. until them in real _- --- ----w
this fall's Tornado grid squad est games we'll play all of you see a Fruit Trees $3.49 Up
,premlan will put on a a gigantic rebuilding Job which next year" Coach Hurse football game.
' (Ing exhibition during halfi was begun three weeks ago People always think the ArborvitaesLigustrum $1.99 Up
i of the football game.Is and Is progressing.But says.seniors will weaken first, but John Libby, I.ft, and Wayne Braswll and the 1968 $1.69 Up

currently stationed at the seniors will have It's the other way around, Opel' In which they st national drag racing record
,p Blanding with a Miamiof most of the football team Hurse says: the varsity; gives a Viburnum $1.79 Up
the Florida National from last year; familiar out first. The game wasn't last weekend.
rd undergoing Its annual names such as Vernon Bar- held last year due to a lack Spring Pitosporum $1.89 UpCaladium '
weeks active duty; traln- ber headed to the University; of seniors but this year there
of Florida on a grid grant; are plenty; graduating footballers Practice Local Annuals .39
epremlan spoke to the Toro Bobby Dyal Gary Melvin, and the varsity; Is a definite Drag
gtidders Wednesday In Randy Gasklns. Wayne Lam- underdog.
first appearance before bus, Dennis Crawford, Brad Only two starters off the ((Prom Page 8) Roses $2.79
BHS squad. His appear- Carter, Eddie Douglas, Ma- 1972 front seven are return- Sets U.S. MarksThe Azaleas
es have been arranged lachi Henry, Wayne Te stone, Ing. End Terry Hayes and spring practice and, if he $1.69 .
Ugh the local Guard unit, Levy Lennon, Billy Bigham center-tackle Steve Registerare sticks It out, will play ball Camellia's $2.59
D of the 153rd Spt. BrIe. Keith Tetstone Wayne Nor- expected to anchor the for the Tornadoes next sea- car wasn't tuned up "We didn't remember untilas
man, Carl Luther. Greg Red301 1973 Tornado line and pro- son.Chuck It should have been and we got to North Carolina and Caladium
who .98
Norton 12
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vide leadership. Hayes was he didn't have tools to make It was too late then.
big last season at 6-3 and lettered last year at offen- repairs If anything -went "The main thing we're after Plants

DRIVESTARKE Pig; 195 and Is even better now sive the guard starting Is now right considered defen-- wrong but John Llbby's 1968 now is a sponsor with Rex. 12 Reg. 25
after really developing Intoa his Opel performed well enough some money so we can keep
sive tackle. Norton won
FLA. fine offensive and defen- starting guard position last to set a national drag rachold of that record, Libby .07 .16
H,. 1642H3W ': sive end during last season. season when Dennis Crawfordwas lag record at the 4th annual says.
Register was a starter last pro-am Drag Race Championships The Opel has minor modifications -
CLOSED ON TIJ'iS -WEDTHURS.. season at 185 pounds playIng extensively Injured since and then.has played In Rocklngham N. C. mainly a good tune- ITEMS TO USE WITH PLANTINGS TO
first string at defensive Two other.people Sexton: Is In his class Formula 4 up and carburation changes. CONDITION THE SOIL FOR HEALTHY PLANTS
tackle and center but now he defensive F/S CF/S Is pronounced FBut the class in which Llb
.: weighs 205 and is almost 6- counting on at right 12- Stick), Libby set two national by runs prohibits over a two ..
JI.SAT.v' MAY 25-26 end are Don Loper, In, records on the 1/4-mile drag barrel carburator. The class r r
his shoulder
who Injured
5.There are a few more let- land, Florida man In a Ford Includes all cars manufactur-
termen returning whose names the first week of spring prac- Pinto. ed with 99 to 128 cubic Inch 7% Nitrogen SpectracideI
FEATURE tice and has been out since
might be familiar to football Libby and racing buddy, engines.
11 Compost
and Sheldon Hodge 6-3 Controls
Libby plans to take the car
-- fansnames such as Chuck Wayne Braswell, went to Roc-
-f.--- 185, who has missed most of
to the Longhorn Nationals In I
Norton who won himself a football while running klngham last May 4-6 on a
': spring Dallas In June money permitting Horse Manure Many Insects
starting guard position after track. Hodge Is expected to shoe string. It was the first
4lck: / )I, step Dennis Crawford was injured play extensively next fall. national competition for the that is. Weed Including
last season, and Early Chand- pair. They usually run InJacksonville
; ler who lettered at linebacker. Now playing defensive end races. Pr.. Roaches ::.

ILLY :"'fj But. all the other names and Dale having Haas a real II, good 170, a springIs non- two But national they brought records home and the a Softball 1 401& SI.37 So:. . ,$1.87' .;i 1

( < ,1i are new, such as quarterback letterman up from the JV. trophy to prove It all. Pt. - $3.77
JACK \ Charlie Green, tackles Gary Coach Sexton classifies Haasas of The Starke Opel turned In Tourney Bog. Qt. - $5.157
the biggest surprise a 14.79 time In time trials
I Wallace. 240 and Donnle Neel the spring as far as defense" on the first day of the
i 275 defensive ends Sheldon goes. "He's come a long way. ces, even faster than the rUnder Way
Hodge Dale Haas, and Don The new Unebacklng corpsIs cord set In the finals. That .,
Loper tackle Donnle Sewell headed by Early Chand- with the car using two different -
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man returning at that posi of the BaldIn -
The will have has game
varsity; some some Libby picked up
m1LW size but will be inexperienced. tion. The other new linebackers his father's InStarke win Chevrolet-Olds Memor- WE OFFER THIS SPECIAL
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"I feel like we have the (from Page 8)) sponsored this year by Bald
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UN.- & MAY 27-28 nucleus to have a good
linebacker ed 15 base hits for the night. Starke Recreation' Depart- Let
ALL KINDS. corps.which Tornado Ray Thomas and David EIment..
Other boys
DOUBLE FEATURECOLD coaches look to to strengthen land led Hampton with two Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds and Th. Chinch Bugs

R. Q. Simmons the team are defensive hits each. Lawtey Skating Rink are also and Other. Insects
S I EEL IN THEIR HANDS tackles Donate Neel, 11, 275 Baldwin Chevrolet had competing along with three
C'AND HOT BLOOD IN THEIR VEINS Equip Co. Gary Wallace 11. 240; Tom things going their way MonGainesville teams three from destroy Your Lawn Us.
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defeated Hampton Beach ,
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Stark, PI.. sive, a Junior at 165. Mar- of the hour as he had a perfect and Tony's Pizza of
lon Thornton and Allen night at the plate four Macclenny.for Gal. R.g. $9.98
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Phone 964-6819 Thornton, both Juniors are
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a tfchfl at the nose position. three for four. Including an Sunday with Mac Baldwin presenting -

r ... .... In-the-park homerun. Baldwin trophies to the top
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Listen And To Act"If ,I'I"Ik i,:

we're not going to listen to charged the minimum." Ii,

him, there's no use having an I'
auditor," Council Chairman Jimmy When asked by a Councilmanif I

McRae commented at last week's meters were being read, the Clerk .;

Council meeting, voicing what must replied: "It is being worked on. '

be the thinking of most membersof many meters are stuck or inoper-

that body, as well as a majorityof able. I'm trying to get It straight-" ,
the citizens of Starke. ened out if you'll bear with me.

He also said that the new accounts !"I'X ':

Indeed, several letters receivedby receivable list, just completed, X,

The Telegraph for publicationthis showed only $7,500 owed, adding that -

week indicate that some con- when the auditor checked the accounts : .', .

cern is being created by the recent the city was eight or nine 1 I'', 1

auditor reports, most of whose recommendations days behind in posting, due to a ,: ti t ',

have received no fur- breakdown of the posting machine. p ,, .
ther action by the Council. >
He also reported labor troublesin

Crux of the criticism in the reports the meter-reading department, r
seems to center around deficiencies stating that one meter reader had Cory Melvin (right), President Of Bradford Ch- Mrs. Betty Edwards Is presented the Distinguished

in the field of meter read- been missing work because of ill- apt.r, presents Honorary Chapter Farmer's Degree Service Award by Paul Hutchins, Jr. vice president

ing and the fact that, for one reasonor ness in his family, and another just to his Father, Cecil C. Melvin. of the Bradford Senior Chapter.

another, some delinquent utilities not reporting to work. ...

users are not cut off, as providedby Councilman Wiggins agreed that

city regulations, when their accounts the Council should do something a- Parent-Member Awards m' ,

not the twentiethof reading-- but what?
are paid by bout meter ... !
the month following the date the .:
meter was read. All of which indicates that the

city has its problems, but they should Banquet Hosted

The auditor's report showed not be insurmountable. As one letter

some $20,000 in delinquent utility writer expresses it"I pay. Why

accounts, stating that as of April 30 don't others?" By Two FFA Chapters ,

there were 258 accounts more than Following an auditor's report

30 days old, 98 accounts still unpaid made earlier this year, a committee : ,

after 60 days, 28 unpaid after 90 was named by the Council to By Becky hutch ins presented the official FFA ship Award, given annuallyto i

days, and 16 marked off as uncol- study the six recommendations madeat creed. the outstanding senior in _

lectable. that time and report back to The Bradford Chapters of Four FFA.
new Honorary Chap-
the group, but apparently this report Future Farmers of America ter Farmers, L, T. Oglesby, Mrs. Betty Edwards, S. L.
The auditor also commented: was never made. held their annual Parent- C. A. Baldree, Sheriff Dolph Peek, Jr., and M. A. Bald-

"There must be something wrong Member Awards Banquet on Reddish, and C. C. Melvin, win, Jr. were given Distin- t' ,
Thursday May 17 at the Bradford
with your water meters. Numerous As Chairman McRae asked: "Ifwe're High, School, cafeteria.- were presented by Senior guished Service Awards for r' tit
accounts have no monthly water me- not going to listen to him, Chapter officers. These men their outstanding contribu- a
were selected as honorary tions to the chapters
ter and simply being having an auditor. Members and guests enjoyed -
reading are there's no use members because of the
their years.
a chicken dinner, served standing work for the chap-out- Jackie Marr (left) Is presented the Senior DeKalb
cafeteria style, after which
the Invocation was given by The Star Chapter Green- Aword by Harvey Smith, FFA Advisor. (Photos by
hand award
was given to Andy
ters.Other -
Jim Johns, Senior Chapter Mark (Bug) Hardenbrook.)
awards given were Baldree, a member of the
I Good From EvilWith emonies chaplain. was The master Gary Melvin of cer-, the Chapter Proficiency A- Senior Chapter.

wards. Two were presented to
Senior Chapter president. David Baldree, president of
Andy Baldree, and one eachto
the Junior Chapter Introduced
Following the official FFA Mike Gashing,Jackie Mar, HOME NOTESFrom
the opening of the Ervin media accounts. the guest speaker, John
opening ceremony by Senior and Gary Melvin, who received -
Shadd :
former Brad-
Committee hearings, more and more One commentator sees this cru- Chapter officers, the chapter pins. ford FFA member, a and now Your Extension Horn!

questions pile up around the Water- cial silence as contributing to the vice president, Paul Hutch- land manager for Gilman Paper Economics ?Agent\

gate debacle, and President Nixon> greatest moral crisis yet to confrontthe Ins coming, Jr.,address.presented M. the A. Bald-wel- Awards The Star, sponsored Chapter by the Farmer Flo- Co., who spoke on "The / '"q"h ,. w. r1 !

if he has some of the answers-- Presidency of the United States, win, Jr. responded for the rida Bank at Starke, were Plight" of the American Farmer KATHY BROWNIn
prefers to keep them to himself. stating that the corruption of the parents and guests. given to two seniors, Wayne !2.a.BY

Harding and Grant administrationswere Norman and Jackie Marr. Two hundred and fifty mem-
Friends and critics alike have sores on the body politic, but Wayne Bennett, a former bers and guests attended the
FFA state harmonica winner A award called the
him to speak out dispel the not actual in the body it- new banquet, which was served by
urged cancers entertained with several selections Alvarez Award, sponsored by choosing sweet corn, look Ing. The ears should be well ,
doubts and move more quickly self. the cafeteria staff, headed by for fresh, succulent husks
nagging after which the accomplishment the Harold Alvarez family, Annie I'FA covered with plump, not-too-
on election reform measures. But report of activities ,was given to the outstanding Mrs. Alvarez. with good green color, silk mntTTB kernels. :Most American -
members served the meal
the White House continues to follow Pointing out the much greater for both chapters was first year student, David Bal- and also decorated the cafe-, ends mat are free from decay families prefer kernelsin

the game plan outlined in his Check- seriousness of the Watergate affair, given by Clinton Sellers, a dree, president of the Junior teria for this occasion. ends or that worm indicate Injury recent, and pick-stem the tender, milky stage. ,.
member of the Senior Chapter the Public
Chap- Speaking
n the of the White House staff ;
ers speech-- plan con- it is said that ter. Award, sponsored by Conner It doesn't pay to buy too
centrating on loftier global affairs-- and part of the Nixon administration Insurance Co., was given to much sweet corn at one time I
preparing for talks with Soviet lead- set out deliberately, knowingly Five first year students of Paul Hutchlns, .lr. because It's best when usedas

ers, sending Mr. Kissinger to Paris I in a systematic way to subvert the Bradford Junior Chapter., YOUR I LETTERS U.S.MAII. soon after buying as pos-
Debbie Tommie Miller
for more Vietnam talks, and turn- and destroy the very processes Jackie Marr, the reporter sible. But now that it's so
James Perdue MixeF.mory
for the Senior Chapter will want to
was plentiful, :you ,
ing on the charm in Latin America.All through which American democracymust and Marvin
McKinney, presented a DeKalb Leader- buy all you can take care of ,
of these may be laudable and operate.In properly.For f

necessary measures, but they havea ..,. ......................." .." ""."."........".",.........,,.,..".,..
distinct "while Rome burns at the words of Senator Ervin, .. the best in eating, store

home" aroma.It in subverting the processes of free ('Dunt..1U1nt !V ofc bookBOBBY THEY WORK FOR US affair in your editorials for the the unhusked refrigerator corn, uncoveredIn and use

elections, they stole the most prec- the past several months. in one or two daj s. ,

is difficult to understand Mr. ious right of every American.It 1 B 1r To the Citizens of Siarke: I urge you to take the same
Nixon's reluctance to come forwardand If you buy and cook more
We deserve interest and make the same
and would
the flood of difficult to find appreciate than can be eaten at one time,
personally answer is sometimes ; good government. extensive effort in reportingthe don't fret about possible waste.
questionsnone of which was ans- anything "good" coming from eventsof operation of our city go- Fresh boiled corn, cut from
wered in his television talkarising this kind, but in his Sunday column TAYLORt I ask that we get courtesyand vernment. Especially do lurge the ear, can be used pretty;
: kind responses from city you to dig Into the operationof
from involving almost John S. editorial chair- much the canned
daily Knight
exposure ,,, ,,,,,, ,,, ,,,, ,, .,,,, ," '" "" ,,, officials when we ask them the city clerk's office and same as
every powerful executive agency of man of the Miami Herald, points to for public Information suchas the way the utilities are sold, corn.

government.Even these benefits that could arise from delinquent lists of those collected and operated ingen- It's outdoor cookery time

the Watergate investigation: not paying their utility bills, eral.It and for real taste
again, a
weather is the time to make plans, order -
Dry delaying jour as well as other Information.
Senator Goldwater the dar- fresh
growth and harvest of man,' your plants and be readyto seems to me that the treat try baking com-
ling of Republican conservatives-- -Reform of campaign proceduresto of our garden crops. How- set your plants by Oct- Let's tell those at City people of this city are entitled on-the-cob over those hot
unsatisfied with Mr. Nixon's handling avoid the buying of presidential ober 1st. to better operation coals.
ever, early gardens are paling (Hall they do not own the busi- a
of the crisis-- urges him "t? elections.The. good dividends of squash, ness, but work for us taxpayers than has existed for the past
start making moves in the direct- beans, pepper, onions and a several years and much to Just butter raw corn to
few cucumbers. Once you have I attended a good training -Wanda Austin my regret It seems to grow taste, sprinkle with salt and
ion of leadership which has suffered strengthening of Congress
called Pest
last week
tasted some of these fresh meeting 1623 Call Street worse, as Indicated by observation ,wrap with foil paper. Then,
from lack of understandable concern and the resumption of its constitu- The
vegetables, you will be glad Management. meeting Starke, Fla. and the recent au- about 20 minutes before you
about Watergate." tional prerogative to hold the Pres- you spent a few hours In dealt with four areas of pests dits. are ready to eat, put the
ident responsible.A your garden. that bother plants and ani- corn directly on the coals.
mals. To be successful Ina NEED NEW LEADERS The attitude of some city;
Even if we assume that Mr. Bake about 10 minutes on each
Activity on the Brooker State pest control program on May 18, 1973 officials leave much to be side and for
get ready
Nixon did not know in advance of to the Presidentthat a
message Farmer's Market is really any crop, we must consider desired when asked questions
the abortive plan to burglarize and closed door and personal iso- picking up. Squash, beans and Insects, disease, nematodesand Letter to The Editor: about city matters.No mouth-watering experience.
bug the Watergate, it is hardly pos- lation are not compatible with his cucumbers are being shippedIn weeds. Plants can be bothered -
sible to assume that he was not pledge of an open government. quantity. A good season with any number of Having lived In Starke a : system Is any stronger Another idea for a taste-
informed soon thereafter about what for growers and packers could these pests at one time. ThisIs few years, I am convincedIt than the people who run It tempting treat is: Broiled
expand the production of veg- why It is often difficultto not only needs a new city and everybody's business or Fresh Corn-On-The-Cob. 6
had been going on. He said that he A diminishing of the brutal etables In the Brooker area diagnose a problem and hall, but It also needs new responsibility Is nobody's business ears of corn, 3 tablespoons
moved at once to launch his inves- arrogance of power, and the belatd 1 to make It one of the major suggest a solution that will city leaders. and/or responsibility butter, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/16
tigation, and this would have been the $ awareness that the President represents vegetable areas In the state. give good immediate recovery teaspoon black pepper, and
proper time for him to speak out but one branch of govern- How can the city officialor Therefore! I urge that the City 1/2 teaspoon fresh lemon
4 4 4 city officials justify hiringan juice.
rather than remain silent on the ment. appoint a City Clerk and hold
five methods of auditor year after year
There are the City Council responsiblefor
Taken into his confidence Our Is
strawberry season
pest control a grower shouldbe and taking no action to cor- his conduct and operationof Remove husks and silks
the country would have no doubt -An enforced sense of humility just about over. It has beena familiar with and consi- rect the faults he finds. It the office. This also shouldbe from ears of fresh corn. Melt
responded to frank and honest state- which may bring the President into good season for most grow- der. Mechanical control deals Is our tax money that Is owed the case of the Police Chief. butter In saucepan; add salt,
mentseven those admitting improper closer touch with Congress, and even ers. with hoeing or cultivating the city for utilities used but pepper and lemon juice.Brush

acts on the part of his sup- more importantly, in touch with the I know I had more calls weeds, hand picking Insects, not paid for. I also urge that qualified per- over and corn. Place corn in Hat
or pruning plants for air cir- pan until golden
than before from
porters. people.It. ple wanting ever to pick straw-peo- culation to prevent disease. I paywhy don't others sonnel be hired to read the brown, turning the ears as
have to ? meters and make reports that
berries for home use. Folks Cultural control Is achieved ; they brown. Will serve 6.
There were many later oppor- is encouraging in this dark from Daytona- Beach, St. Augustine through crop cultivation and Citizens of Starke, I ask whatever salary Is requiredto

tunities also for the President to hour to foresee something "good" Ocala Jacksonville, crop rotation. Biological con- how long do you intend to get be paid.competent Too, it people seems, thatIt to Are you looking for a

speak out, taking the initiative to coming from even as sordid a messas Gainesville and a few citiesIn trol uses predator Insects, or put up with this kind of ser- me that the city needs one special treat to perk up

bring events into the open, rather Watergate. Let us hope that Mr.Knight's Georgia strawberries know about and our the biologic unwanted agents pest.that Most control of us vice from your elected officials good engineer. It Is a bad thing an everyday different menu? Some-
quality are ? that won't"bust
than letting the facts be draggedout predictions are well found- willing to drive over to pick- are familiar with chemical state of affairs when thereis your budget"? Look

painfully, piece by piece, in news thelr-own. However, U-Pick- control where the chemical I understand that there are not a man In the electrical for an abundance of fresh
Em berries were very short kills on contact. Legal con- only three cities in the State department that repairs corn-on-the-cob this monthat
this year because most grow- trol deals with quarantine of that have elected City Clerk stop lights and they are sent produce counters.
ers picked for the shipping plants and animals to prevent and City Police Chief. This to Gainesville for repairs or
aLQq ed.iliijf CQ market until just a few days Infestation or spread of tells me we are outdated and Individual outside the systemhas The abundant supply at
to repair them
ago. a pest. need a change in the type this time is pretty mucha
13 government we run In Starke. result of unpredictable
( ACTIVE m : pq I'm hoping that this kind of Pest management Is an Involved I that
MEMefA Again, urge your weather that upset the nor-
y demand along with a pretty procedure. We must -Edgar Williams make an In-depth mal marketing
newspaper pattern plan-
OCR o y1riot good season over-all, will all do a better job In each Colley Road, Starke study of the city operationcity ned by sweet corn producersIn
o cause many of our folks to area of pest management and ( government In all aspects Florida. Fields
BOB G. FERGUSON: JOHN' M. MILLER methods of plannedfor
have strawberries next year.It must consider all ASKS FOR CITY ) and report the find- marketing earlier
Publishers will take a lot of growers control to arrive at the most IN-DEPTH STUDY ings In your paper. held back by too much were rain
Published each Thursday and entered as econd Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke with small patches and a good feasible method In each sit- and cold. These fields
Fla. under Act of March 3. 1379. number of our larger grow- uation. We should consider May 17, 1973 as 'well as thos scheduled,
ers setting berries again to potential problems Editor An interested citizen,
Subsription rate in trade area $6 per year: $5.50) six months. ttart for harvest now, are ready
re-establish our auction mar- occur and be ready Bradford County Telegraph:
at the
Phone 964-6305 Outside trade urea: 17 per year: $1.00 six months. Starke, Fla. ket and make our area num- control methods before the John A. Doakes fruit and same time. USDA
vegetable market
ber one In strawberry pro- pest reaches a destructive You have done a good Job 1109-C Pinewood Drive reporters tell us wholesale
duction again. Now Is the stage. In reporting the Watergate Starke, Florida 32091 prices reflect the abundance.POIJ. .

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12 TELEGRAPH May 24, 1973LAW


I TEY STARVE Lois GriffisMrs. Mrs. Garnett Stud er of Starke;
SundaySunday School 9:45 one daugher Cheryl Ann of

a.m.; Morning Worship at 11; Lois Grlffls, 85, of, ducting Interment was In Jacksonville; and three sons, I f : fQR'SA I
BvEllxalwflt- T.rr> sermon by Dr.James E.Frost, Grlffls Loop, died Thursday Santa Fe Cemetery under Gregory and Van Frogge both ; ...
State Sunday School Director 17 In Bradford County direction of DeWitt C. Jones of Jacksonville and Dennis ,
May ,
lURCH ACTIVITIES Lake City; and Michael Q. Futch In Plant City. ; Church Training 6:15: ;Evening Hospital. She was born In Funeral Home. Frogge Blakeslee, Pa.
Grace United Methodist Friends of Fred Moore regret of Raiford spent the week Service of Deacon Ordinationand County on Nov. 26, 1887. Mr*. Effie Howe Funeral services were heldat Waters Market Place, 301 S.
lurch Sunday School 9:45m. : to learn that he under- with her parents Mr. and Baptism conducted by Her husband was the late 2 p.m. Friday In Jones Itp

WorshlpServices a.m. went surgery in Methodist Mrs. Hewitt Brice. Starling Chaplain W. B. Johnson of Charlie Grlffls. Mrs. Effle Howe. 92, died Memorial Chapel with Rev.
.id 8 p.m. MYF 6:30 Sunday Hospital, Jacksonville last Mr. and Mrs. Leon Florida State Prison. Surviving are two sons,Nel- Friday, May 18, In a Bartow George Harper conducting. FOR SALEPant Suits, Unl- I
Choir Prac- Friday. lie seems to be getting Mr. and Mrs. George Monday Youth Choir Prac- Merrill Grlf UnlformsDress-
ght followed by Mr. son Grlffls and nursing .home. She wasa Interment was In Crosby Lake firms $$10.00 I
along very well. Shuford and family, and tice, 7 p.m. fin two daughters Mrs. Lucille former long-time residentof Cemetery with DeWitt C. es $5.00; 1 Men and Ladies f
United Methodist Women Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Demp- and Mrs. Charles Carter and WednesdayActeens, 5p.m. Hornsby! and Mrs. Fran- the Lawtey area, and had Jones Funeral Home in Smock Tops $5.00 Tom's I
let at the home of Mrs. Ver- sey of Lawtey announce the baby of Starke were dinner Family Night Supper 6; Prayer ces Johnson all of Starke; made her home In recent charge. Factory Outlet, Baldwin, Fla.
on Olin, of Starke Tuesday arrival of a son John Allen guests of their mother Mrs. Meeting and R.A. Meeting one brother, Ed Lee Ilomo- years with a daughter In U. S. 90 West. 4tp 6/4 I
General Hos- Lois Carter, on Mothers Day. 6:30 Teachers and Officers ,
lorning with seven members In Alachua : ; sassa one sister Mrs. Bes- Lakeland. She born
resent. Miss Arthurine Blan- pital, on Tuesday, May 15. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Starlingand Meeting, 7:15: ; Church sie Chaney; Plant City; ten In Berkley County was S.C. on OOOOQOQOOQ 189 LB. FREEZERS only :
hard presided In the absence Mrs. Billy Anders and sons, son and Mr. and Mrs. Choir Practice, 8. grandchildren; and seven Oct. 17, 1878.Surviving .. $169.95. Just $16.75 down and
f Mrs. Ernest Wells. Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders Danny Jackson of Starke the Thursday- Ladies Bell greatgrandchildren.Funeral are three daughters Unite Farm 1. 12 payments of $14.66 at Dah-
visit during
ernon Olin gave devotIon- visited their daughter- came for a Choir Practice, 12 noon; Visitation services were Mrs. R.E. Mathews mer's Discount tfchg

J, after which they conduct- in-law, Mrs. James Anders afternoon.Rev. 7 p.m.MADISON held at 2 p.m. Sunday In Mrs. Beatrice Day, and Mrs. Agency, Inc.
and Mrs. Cecil Mini bike. '
d brief business meeting,, of Palatka, who Is recuper- Jones Memorial Chapel with BrokerPaul FOR SALE- hp
a Les B.C. Paddy and one son, Reg. Real Estate
and Mr. and Mrs. after 5
did served refreshments. ating at home after surgery Rev. Leon T. Odom conduct- Call 964-73)4 (
McClellan visited their sister Charles A. Howe, all of
STREET & Irene Faulkner
on Thursday. Interment was In .Up
Highland Baptist Church- Mr. and Mrs. Mains Grif- Mrs. Harold Spauldlng, BAPTIST CHURCH Kingsley Lake Cemetery.Mrs. Lakeland; two grandchildren, Associates [
and three .
great grandchildren.She
and family and Mr. and who underwent surgery In Baptist Sunday School 9:45: FOR SALERegistered quar-
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Wor- fis a.m.; Grlffls was a member also the mother
Grlffls and family Hospital, Jacksonville Morning Worship at 11 Church was 206 S. Water Street Call 964-
ship services II sum. and Mrs. Virgil ; of Grace Baptist Church. of the late Mrs. Edna New- ter horfe mare.
'::30 p.m. Prayer meeting of Palatka, were dinner Friday. Training, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer of Starke. Starke, Fla. 964.5065 8375 after 5 p.m. Itchg
of their mother Al Mosley of MIddleburg Circle, 7:15 Evening Service som,
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. followed guests ; Mrs. Tomlinson Funeral services were held WANT TO SELL OR
Nellie Wilkinson Mrs. was a Sunday afternoon guestof SALEAKC registered
Mrs. FOR
Choir Practice.
by 7:30.Monday Jones RUY REAL ESTATE
at 11 a.m. Monday in
Mo his brother and sister-in- Youth Choir 7 p.m.
Boch and Lynn on puppies seven -
Daisy German Shepherd
Mrs. Laura E. Tomlinson, Memorial Chapel with Rev. Call Us For Best Prices
law. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. TuesdayBible Study, 10 782-3956 after -
Meet- weeks old.
ther's day.
Lawtey 67, of Starke. died SundayIn William B. Johnson conduct- Prospects Waitlnq
held at Agricultural Rev. and Mrs. Charlie Bedding Mosley. after an tfchgw five Up
ing was hospital
a.m.Wednesday a local ing. Interment was In Kings-
Mrs. Joyce Futch of Brunswick Prayer Meet-
Building In Starke on May Mrs. Illness. She
17 with devotional by Mrs. of Ralford and Mr. and Mrs. Ga., spent the weekend Ing, Mission Friends, 7:30: extended Cadiz Ohio on June ley Lake Cemetery under FOR SALE- Sex Link hens
born In direction of DeWitt C. Jones
I'ruby Walnwrlght. The following Les McClellan, attended the with her sister. Miss Eliza- p.m.; Adult Choir, 8:30. 17, 1905. Funeral Home. CARPETS and life too can be Barred Rock cross with Rhode
ladles were Installedas funeral of Mrs. J. Q. Futch, beth Terry. ThursdayVacation Bible Surviving are her husband, beautiful you use Blue Lus- Island Red. Good layers. Call
officers for the coming of Plant City on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Hol- School Planning 3:30 p.m. Shep Tomlinson of Starke; tre. Rent electric shampooer 782-3625 after 5 p.m. Itchg
Robert and Lisa, of Denton Sumrall Pastor Gene
loway FroggeGene
Mary Francis Kelly, Mrs. George Lastlnger her 301 E. Call
sear: Ga.. the week- one son George Slmpsonalso $1. Devrick, Inc.,
Clarkston. spent
President Idell Boyette Vice daughters Mrs. Elsie Ben- SALELots zoned for
; end with their mother Mrs. of Starke; two daughters St., 964-6163. ,
President Arthurine Blan- nett, and Mrs. Geroge O'Neal 46 of 4714
; their Mrs. Gertrude Vaughn Jacksonville Frogge mobile homes and houses.
chard. Secretary; Mary Fel- of Daytona visited Mrs. Las- Gaynell Mooty and uncle and Mrs. Esther Jammes Road, Jacksonville Several subdivisions to choose

ton, Treasurer; and Mrs. T. tinger's sisters Mrs. Hattie and Harbin aunt,and Mr.Donna.and Mrs. Saturday overnight guest of Harper Severna Park, Md.; died Tuesday May 15, In the r S SAVE S from only $95 down. Monthly
L. Walnwrlght, Devotional Darley and Miss Slnah Pres- Sidney Mac- her son-in-law and daughter one brother, Jim Kennedy Gainesville V. A. Hospital after payments to suit your budget.Ph. .
Leader. This was the last cott, on Tuesday. They treat- Mrs. KayStephensonof and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. North, Cleary, Pa.; one sister Mrs. an Illness of several FRED DAVIS 468-1551 or 964-8331.
meeting until September. After ed Mrs. Darley to a dinnerat clenny Bryant Reddish of Jacksonville. Mrs. S. L. Mary Lions, Tucson Ariz.; months. He was born In Memphis 4tp 531SUPER
the meeting a covered dish Holiday Inn. dinner Mrs. of Mr. and, were Mrs.W. Swindell and sons Joined themat six grandchildren, and one Tenn. on Jan. 16, 1927 BUICK PONTIAC
luncheon was served. Miss Elizabeth Terry spent guests church on Sunday morn- greatgrandchild.Funeral and was employed as a food GMC TRUCKS STICK Vinyl Plastic
from Sunday to Friday with A. Mosley last Friday Ing and after services din- services were heldat products salesman. He wasa ". A LITTLE RIDE CAN Letters & Numbers for interior
PERSONALSMiss: her sister Mrs. J. P. Wy- evening. The Stephensonswere ner was served on the ground. 2 p.m. Wednesday In the member of the Methodist end exterior use. All sizes, co-
: Arthurine Blanchardand tick, and her nephew and Friday overnight Reddish.guestsof Sunday evening they went to Starke First Christian Church Church, and a Navy veteran SAVE YOU A LOT/'r lors.Bradford County Telegraph -
Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards Mrs. Charles Mrs. Bryant Talbot Island State Park and II. GREEN COVE SPRINGS .
niece Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Bodden of Callahan with J.C. Brown, Jr., and of World War
of Starke visited her Carter, of Tallahassee. Mrs. of Mrs enjoyed the evening meal. J.E. Sherwood ministerscon- Surviving Is his mother
was a guest .
brother and sister-in-law, Carter had the misfortune to :
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore her back Bryant Reddish on Friday.
fall and hurt re-
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Story
at Methodist Hospital Jacksonville Our with
cently. prayers are
Other and son of Marietta,Ga., spent
last Thursday.
visitors,during the week were her.Lacy Futch of Waycross Thursday to Sunday with their

Freddy Moore of Homestead; Ga., stopped by to visit with grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.H. EveryDayLowPrice] EveryDayLowPrice]
L. Barfield.
Mrs. Wesley Thomas, of Live his cousins Mr. and Mrs.
Oak; Mrs. Danny Thompson, Les McClellan, on his way Mrs. Les McClellan and Mrs.

Jacksonville; Chuck Moore, to see his mother Mrs. J. Mary Elnora Norman Privett visited In Bradford Mrs. CENTER CUT ROSE DALE

County Hospital on Thursday.Mrs. 16.5oz CANS FAIRSUPERMARKETS
GAINESVILLE dinner guest of her brotherinlaw WHOLE NEON
and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. George R. SummerlinIn
Lake City on Wednesday.Mr. or 17oz CAN PEAS STARKE'S
and Mrs. Floyd Nor-
DirectoryAUTO 320 S. WALNUT ST.
man and son of Jacksonvillewere
dinner guests of their tiIII1Iit $ 9 ........LOW 'Rlcn DDDD?D.r1
parents Mr. and Mrs. Leo- ., no Y.r oD nn Qua,,,,
"' '" 'J U. ...
SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES nard Dorman and the Carl 15 YOUR 6/9 RIG"TlR. YID

Normans on Sunday. IDI I HI nt pleased la accept

CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS and Danny of Wilmington Del. I 1111111
were Thursday to Monday
Insecticides P.t SuppliesFERTILIZERS
guests of their mother, Mrs.
Fin. lection of Ut.d CartToken I CUT
W. Rent Fertilner Spreoders Hester Hicks and the Glenn BONELESSFULLCUTROUND CHUCKSTEAK rrrrrrrr
On Cadillac Trades
Shufords. They plan to locate innarr
224 N.W. 6th Ph. 378-0476 I rrrrrrrr I
2001 M.W. 13th Ph. 378.5301 In South Florida. CHUCKROAST urnrrrr

BEAUTY ACADEMY Joseph Starling, Mr. and ; ;
GLASSPOWELL'S Mrs. Harry Wllkerson, Mrs.
Darlene Norman and sons, 1

LIDDELL Mrs. Carl Norman and sons, STEAKS I
Beauty Academy were dinner guests of their

Learn a Profession/ In Your Glass CompanySpar. brother Mr. and and Mrs.sister-in-law Albert Ben- tiiJli1Iit 49I _

Spar. Tim.. Full or Port For Every Purpose" nett, and sister, Mrs. Es- "".. .... .. $ 79 < _ 89
Tim Stor. Fronts Mirrors ther Peterson of Seville on H riimSri I U.S. CHOICE
219 N.W. 10 th. 378.2766 Tub Enclosures.. Showers Saturday.put some While concrete there slabs they on LB[ R| llHHJUJ I LB
Furnitures Tops
their Mrs.parents'Jim Cross graves.and Mrs. EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrice M EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke

Les McClellan attended the FRESH TENDERGROUND
flower show at the Florida
Motor Repair Co 1228 So. Main Gainesville POTROAST PORK LOINCHOPS 'fij(
State Prison, Ralford on
372.8191 372.1102 :
Of Gainesville. Inc. Thursday.
Rtpairing; R.winding Ferrell Brassell of Wil- '
New And Used PICTURE FRAMES liamsburg Va., was a Thurs- 3 IBS

J81& N.W. 6th Ph. 372-8318 Creative day overnlghtg guest of his /t ale OVER
"" "" Custom Framing grandmother Mrs. Truby

II; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tray- 126 COUNT i Pantry
Long Distance Moving Personal I lor, and Mrs. Tom Tatum J, GRIND I
Storage Packing :! and children were Sunday Pride OR ELECTRIC rrrrrurrranrtn
Touch Pride PERK '
Crating Shipping guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pantry I

Fr.. Estimates Call Oval Mat Prints Originals Lock! and family.

Rte, Wildlife Drawings Etchings klson Mr. and Jr., Mrs.and family B. L. Wil-Mr. TEA BAGS COFFEEBAG I! COCKTAIL68c
372-4366 and Mrs. O. B. Wiggins, Mr.
200 N.E. 16th. 3731 W. Univ. and Mrs. Earl Wiggins and

family, Debbi and Sherri Na- ""
MUSIC pier, Mr. and Mrs. Roger I LB 170z
Van Service, Inc. Edwards all of Jacksonville .8ci 4/l

3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vill.! BALDWIN Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wllkl- I CANS
372-4271 son and sons gathered at the BOX !
home of Mr. and Mrs. B.
WHWson Sr. for a family
AUTO SALES SERVICE L. EveryDayLowPricei EveryDayLowPrkeU.S.
dinner on Mother's day. EveryDayLowPrkeSWIIT
John Hughes
Capt. and Mrs. .4Jii HlSr* < t L I I> *** O
CMS., INC. of Jacksonville visited Miss MIllOW YELLOWCORN
s ......y0IaAuII ; Arthurine Blanchard on Sat Golden RipeBANANAS

"I.I MUSIC Co. urday.Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cross CUKES

and Mr. and Mrs. Les Mc- LB PKG
G'vill Shopping Cen. Clellan had supper in Lake
Factory Authorized. 372-5351 Butler on Thursday of last
Po..tiae. week the occasion being the
Sol... Parts'S.rvlc. McClellands' 43rd Wedding An- PET RITZ FROZEN LIBBY'S LYKES ", ,,
210 H. Main Gainesville, Fla. ; ?

372-2583 niversary.Misses Debbie and Sherrl PORK &
M,ell. CREAM I VIENN4',1IIAs'l
CAMPER SALES & SERVICE Klrky's Mims' Napier have finished their respective -

Rf.lr I S.pI1.s, Inc.Authorised schools and are
spending the summer with J BEANS
4. Dealers their grandparents, Mr. and I *
Gainesville For Evons'lnt.rth.m Mrs. B. L. Wilkison Sr. VARIETIES' I DEEP BROWN TH Tr\ SAUCE5l1 t F B t \ !

CAMPER MART, INC. Siegler Heating i Mr. and Mrs.of David West Palm Wll
kerson and son
3111 N. Main Gainesville Air Conditing Equip.Accessories Beach Mr. and Mrs. Harold i 21 oz ( s4/89/
Jones and daughter of Jacksonville 1II,140z4/$1
378-2954 T Bay Service Dept CANS
Suppll.sCompl.t. Mr. and Mrs. Jim- !I C
Camping Store Parts and Service my Crawford and daughter
Sales: Concord Volunteer, of Whitehouse and Mr. and
Sm. k.y, Midas, Adventure Mrs. Raymond Wilkerson, of EveryDayLowPrkeHUNT'S EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke f EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke

Wheels, Norris, Monitor, Fan 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville Ralford, spent the weekend
P IDI French
with their parents Mr. and PANTRY HOT DOG OR FRESH BAKED Stick
Explorer, Sports "Coach 378-8902 All VIGITABIC
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mobleyof COOKING
Tampa, were Thursday overnight KETCHUP OIL BAR CAKE
guests of their brotherinlaw -
COBIA and sister Mr. 4 : 1C
f-. -, MOTORS Mrs. J. F. Robertson and
Mrs. Edith Swlnney were call-
llAi t "' ed last week to Mrs. Robert CvcryOtyl.owPrict Iv.ryg.ylo rPrk. [IweryDIy\.owPrkc. INfJDtly\.owPrice.. Iwrygytowprtc.YL s p+l r..ryo.yI.owPrtce

son's brother Charles E. ......no.......... /NOYetLIBBY's 11-.ICU. VO5HAIR CALM Q.TIPSIVAI'O.AflD
1030 E. University Avenue Campbell ofJackaotrvBlewhosuffered MEAT DRINKS FRENCH SPRAY .....-. .....-...... COTTON

a heart attack and MILK DINNERS ..- FRIES ..' DEODORANT SWABS.g.
Gjineiville Florida Is In Intensive Care In St, =: =::: =

Phone 378-1591 LYNN HAMILTON Luke's Mrs. Hospital.Edith Swlnney was a '.;.3J39c/ ;38c; .9199c ". ''c: 3/$1 aa.. 88c CAN 10o< 59c : t 79c

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I Deadline" for Insertion"l Money -

I 5 p.m. preceding Thursday MARTIN CAMPERS

;: Minimum before publication.Charge $1.75 :. CLASSIFIES QD r U.S.Phone 90 W.752.3723... Lake City '

For Beit Selection Of
(Covers 15 words) .
Each word over 15, 6t TRAVEL TRAILERS
-- --- _
I ---- I -
Classified Ads must be '. ouuoooooooooooeooutl
All WANTED- Used furniture re- INTERESTED Your I E. W. TRUCK CAMPERS :
paid for In advance unless: frlgerators washers.bah LOST AND FOUND IN BUYINGOR Pringle
have account;
you mer's Discount House. Real Estate
with The Telegraph, In thaevent' Roofing Co.
""" Gulf Service Full Of
CONTACT Line Part And .
SOtf extra charge for FOUND-Walker hound. Own- Broker

billing. 'SHEET ROCK hanging & Finishing er may have be Identifying, GEORGE ROBERTS BUY SELL TRADEAPPRAISALS 17 Yrs Experience Service TP ",

Ceilings, crowfooted paying for ads and X531AUTOMOBILES Licenced ,
tear.arss. '' or swirled, stucco & plaster Call 782-3181. 3tp REAL ESTATE : USED ...
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patching. Simulated brick or QiarU I New & Old Work
FOR SALE ) stone finish on old or new Zlpperer Call Bill Powell
buildings. II & H Plastering Associate, 964-6464 PARTSFor I 1 Yr Guarantee j ACREAGEWANTED j r

& Dry Wall, Inc. Ph.782-38! USED PHONE 954-7826 I

FOR SALEUsed work pants, or 782-3578. 4tchg 5/31 I II I 421 W. MADISON ST. I 24 Hrs. A Day Most Makes Of Cars I Free 9648961NO Estimate I r.I r.

$1.00 and long sleeve shirts HOUSE PAINTING estimates FOR SALE1967 Dodge 440 24 Hr. Wrecker Service I APPROXIMATELY 50 TO'I r'

$1.00; short sleeve shirts 75C. gladly given, hourly 4 speed, 2 door hardtop. New I 200 ACRES ON RIVER OR'I i.,
Sanltone cleaned. Tom's Fac- contract. First or by Inspection sticker. Olin Mobile For Plumbing Service LONG CHAMPHome Hwy. 301 N. Waldo 2ND I >
tory Outlet, 266 U. S. 90 manship class work- Homes Sales, Hwy 100 Phone 468-1998 JOB TOO BIG I LAKEFRONT FOR tM
guaranteed. Lonnie HOME DEVELOPMENT.
West, Baldwin, Fla. 4tp 6/4 Roberts. Call-- Days 431- W. No phone calls please. CALL and Building I LARGE DEVELOPER WITH ATOP

9955, Nghta( & Weekends 431- ltchg Materials OR TOO SMALL I FINANCIAL RESOURCES Ii
SIDE Refrigerator .
1768. {
& Freezer, only $400 with tp 5/31 OFFERS SELLEROPPORTUNITY I eta
trade less than 5 years old. LICENSED electrician PUMPSNEW I TO
of $14.44 ( HELP WANTED 1 "Your Plant PARTICIPATE J
Payments at Dahmer's sub-contractor, all types Or Our IN PROFIT
Hew Construction AND USED
Discount tfchg home remodeling work. Also Your Lot Or Our." JIMMY MOORE'SS.R riCTURF.IF DESIRED OR WE, .8
Or Repair DIRECT
welding. Speedy
service. 964- SALES
FOR SALE- 18' glass boat, 8087. 5tp 5/31 Phone 473-2154 FREE ESTIMATES PARTS Sports BUT FAST ACTION IS I tI t

90 hp Johnson motor-1965 and WANTEDHigh school girl Lake Geneva, Fla. Remodeling Repair SERVICE MORE BOAT FOR MANDATORYWE'RE READY .
trailer, $900 or best offer. WE NOW HAVE diamond tree and boy for housework and Addition IF '
(Local Call From Starke) YOUR MONEY YOtLARE. SEND FULL
work. Sat. and ?
yard holidays.
964-8087. 5tp 5/31 dies for any make or model Home Bought Sold Deep and Shallow Wills J.r
stereo player.-- Dahmer's Permanent during summer. Starke Ph. 964-5791 PARTICULARS toj i i'i'I
\ KIngsley Lake Rt,1 1 Box Traded
LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering'' Discount House tfchg 36. ,
Ph. 533-2381. ACREAGE FOR SALEt4M53 Outboard Stem
Complete &
.6x .@, $3.19j 9 x 12, $5.?8; Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT
Drive Service and I Water Front I II ;
"t2.x 12; $11.50fl2 l ; -x 15:only LAWN Mowing service, largeor SERVICEON Repair.

$14.95. Many patterns and co- small. Contact Steve Tho- GAINESVILLE R. V. Motor- Hwy. 301 S. Stark. TF < ALL MAKES Complete Fiberglass Repair I 3451 N. Andrews Ave. ,
lors. Dahmer's Discount tf mas 964-7415 tfchg home manufacturer recruit- Custom" built Fiberglass
Ing CARPENTERS, PLUMB- PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE Fishing Boat. I Fort Lauderdale Fla. ;

LOTS FOR SALE Starke Co ii1] HOOFING specializing In repairs ERS METAL, ELECTRICIANS personnel.Full-Time, AND tl t--_33309' ..a-..:J

& Country Club, ready for and reroofing: All repairs employment Industry wage PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
building on or for Investment. guaranteed 1 year. rates with benefits. Apply in New & Used a a e e a eI
Lots area approximately 1/2 ] Aluminum gutter, white ena- person anytime, Recreational l-
Sales S.rvlceWI Moved 5 Block North HELP NEEDED
acre and larger. Paved roads mel. COOL SEAL FOR MOBIL Enterprises Corp., 3705 I FACTORY
only 3 minutes from town. IJOME ROOFS.} 3/4 mile N. S.W. 42 Place just off 1-75 FIAT 864 N. Temple" Ave ,
Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 301. Rogers Upholstery 964-, WIlliston Road exit. 904-372- 1 Mi.! North el the Mall .
p.m. tfchg 8350. 4tp 5/24 6387. 4tp 6/7 GAINESVILLE Sale Port Service II I Owen Joist of Florida, Inc.I need dependable, ablebodied ,
New and Used I .
RAY'S ELECTRIC factory help. No oxperl nce necexary.
FOR SALE- large water LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast HELP WANTEDNational USED IMPORT CARS ,
front lots on Hampton Lake. with X-1I Diet Plan, $3.00. Linen Service routeman, 5 Keystone Hgt*. Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits. ,
F. Register 964-5888 or 964- REDUCE Excess Fluids with days a week, Mon. thru Fri.: Class Repair HAIFIED AUTO Re.ldentlalCommercial ,

8771. tfchg X-Pel $3.00.Money Back Gua- Sat. & Sun. off. Live In Starke, Houses and Trailers IMPORTS, INC. i ,
rantee at Koch Drug. 12tp good starting salaries, 7 EFFICIENT SERVICEA.L. IndustrialAAA
days paid holiday, 1 week vacation FAST 509 E. University Channel I ,
FOR SALEDoors, entrance, 6/21 Mooty & Son Glass Co. Monitor I
screen, Interior, louvers, after 1 year, 2 weeks Phone 373-1544 Gainesville 372.4373 TP On C.B.'Radios OWEN JOIST
shutters, closet btfolds, slid- REDUCE safe & fast with after 2 years, sick leave. Pay L I
Gainesville 5/3 4TP 5/24 Licensed & Bonded
ed hospital Insurance, uni- .
ing ;lass, Windows, awning Go-Bese Tablets & E-Vap ,
& single hung. Also lumber "water pills.Andrews forms furnished, and many Free Estimate AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
and hardware. New & used Pharmacy. 3tp 5/24 more benefits. High school KIRBY CO. Of Starke ,
priced to save you money. education bondable, neat ap Riley Ph. 473-3681 Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday
George Ricks 301 N.ofStarke pearance. Equal opportunity (WINKLER ELECTRIC, I I I
964-5184. 4tp 6/7 Employer. Call 964-8758 after INC.) No Job Too Small i
HOUSES FOR RENT 6:30: p.m. any night. Dan- Paving CoDriveivays ; 7:00 A.M. To 5:00 P.M. ,
iel L. Earle. Itchg
FOR SALE-Two lots In Waldo. KIRBY I i -----___________
Call 964-6688 or 431-1000.
5/24 WANTEDPerson with car Job
2tchg OpportunitiesWaitress
FOR RENT- Mountain Cottage to work with CUBB Econo- Vacuu
$50 week.Completely furnished. mic Agency's SIMILAC MILK Parking OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.

FOR SALE: REMODEL- Weeks available June, FEEDING PROGRAM. Exper- CleanersSales ani CooksRestaurant 100 W. PH. 964.5606 ton I
LING: and will sell windows July, August, September. Limit ience with local Health Departments -
frames sash commodes & 5 persons. R.E. Edmondson and low-income 4732102P.O.Box See Our New '
lavatories, cast Iron kitchen Star Rt. Box 49, Black people preferred. Salary$1.60 and Service -t.. l-,
sinks with drains, assorted Mtn., X C. .(704)) 669-6861. per hour plus jnileage.Applyat SelectionOfDoublewides.
1/4" plywood pieces wall ca- 5/31 Neighborhood Service Cen- 212 234'N. ; Ave.
3tchg Temple' I I We Also Have New And Used Household
, binets electric stove. Con- ter, RJE Building, Starke,between -
tact Leo Champion at Hart- 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.Dead- 111111r Furnishings For Sale.

mann Apartments next to Gar- FOR RENT- bedroom fur- line for applications June 2, Starke, Phone 964-7596 r : 8 Til Dark Mon !Sat, Noon Dark On !Sunda\
den Restaurant In afternoons, nished house. Couple only. 1973. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY -
or phone 964-7627 In p.m. Apply 337 N. Walnut St. Itp EMPLOYER." Itchg Fla. After 6.P.M. 964-5359

ltp FOR bedroom house. TF Now In Starke

FOR SALE- butane, Inter- $75.00 month. 410 W. AndrewSt ANTEDOne youth between ,
national tractor; 1 new Holland Contact Tolbert McCoy, age of 16 and 17 as Office SEWING
Rake; 1 David Brown 964-7818. Up Aide 28 hours per week at Central Machine SINGERApproved

tractor. Call 964-8639. ltp CUBB Economic Agency's And Tool Product
FOR RENTUnfurnished 2 Conduct and Administration MACHINESale Dealer
bedroom house. Clyde Colum- Office. Must be willing to TOOL MAKERS GOOD PAY
FOR SALERegistered Angus bia, 314 N. Church St. Itp attend classes at least six DIE MAKERS'Machinists and Service Sewing Machines
bulls 1 and 2 year old. Phone hours per week In approved PFAFF ELNA AND BENEFITSPaid Vacuum Cleaners

964-6H4._J. B. White tfchg .FOR RENT- Furnished 1 bed- school situation; adult edu- Top Rat. 34 Hour week. New Home Scissors

WATSON'S room house close to town.No cation, vocational school, or Ho.plt.lli'tlon Inaurano. Vacations .
HOUSE OF VACUUMS pets or children. Phone 964- any school set by Vocational Cl.an Fr.clalon Air Condition WHITE Paid Holidays Other Notions

Many$39.00 brands Used of new machines vacuums 5884. ltchg Will Rehabilitation be employed counselors.by State Shoo $49.50 up Group Insurance We Offer Expert Service On All Makes Sewing

up. Department of Community Affairs CENTRAL MACHINE Profit Machines And Vacuum CleanersColeman'
from $10. Expert Repairsall Sharing
Parts & Repairs on
makes. Parts and Acces- as NYC out-of-school & TOOL PRODUCTS

sories Central for all vacumn vacuums.clea.BuiltIn ; '1 t FOR RENT 1 1FOR I enrollee.Service Apply at Center Neighborhood RJE- Gainesville, Fla. all other make machinesNATIONAL And Uniforms Many Others"Apply Seicinp Center;

systems. 712 N.Main, Gainesville Building. Starke, between 8 Ph. 376-2533 138 E. Call St.
376-7110 a.m. and 4 p.m. Salary $1.60 In Person At
per hour. Rules governingwork 961-S312

FOR SALE- x 14 flatbed homes RENT12'outside city wide limits.mobile J. efits performance same as those and estab-ben- A.A.' MEETING I 611 W. Univ. Ave. HOLIDAY INN

truck treated.body Lights all &pressure reflect B. White. Ph. 964-6114. If lished by Florida Personnel FRIDAY NIGHT Gainesville, Fla. OF STARXE
2tchg no answer, 964-6219. Board for state employees. STARKE BUILDERSA
ors.5/31 Ph. or 964-6152. tfchg AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY ,8:30: P.M. 378.1355 Between 8 A.M. 5 P.M. I
EMPLOYER. Itchg Complete Building Service

FOR RENT3bedroom trail 30? N. CHERKY ST. Phone 964-5270 219 E. Washington St.
FOR SALE- Elcon camper, er. Seeber Moody. P. O. Box WANTEDFull time gas pump Starke Fla.
22 feet, self contained, gas 833, Lake Butler. Up and clean up man. Stuckey's MORTGAGES
or electric lights and refrig- Hiway 301 N. Itp Wont To Drink. That'sYour CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL -

erator, gas stove, trailer FOR RENT- bedroom trail- Business Interested In buying1st $459
hitch, mirror, TV antenna. er on Griffls Loop. No pets. "The No Wax Floor"
$1,700. Ph. day Itp 964-6262 or 964-8245. Itp person CHILD (CARE-or adult Mature) to care young for Want To Stop That' Our & second up to date fomDletelv: Installed! Compare At 16.50 ff sq. Yd.
night 964-8417.
8 and 5 year old In my home Business or dellquent mortgages
ROOMS FOR RENTreason- this summer. Located Smiles BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI
FOR SALE40 gal. electrichot able weekly rates. Starlight north of Starke. Call 964- LET US MAKE YOU AN OFFERCall LOW
water heater, excellent Motel, 2 miles north of Starke 7035 after 5 p.m.during week,
condition. Ph. 964-8872, 411 on Hwy 301. t Up or anytime weekends. ltp Forget Many Colon To Chooi From. $6.97
N. St. Clair St. ltp John Bradley Southern Discount Eo..d> F.H.A. Sp.ciflcatlonaCompl.t.ly
Inatall.d Qv.r Rubb.r Padding P" Silo Yd.
Mobile homeon
FOR RENT something? 964.5010ROSEMARI
A.J. THOMAS-REALTOR KIngsley Lake. No pets. 0. C. Ctr ts lI.rHI'J SHAG
964-5701 KITES 468-1753 Jerry Glover Jacksonville Thousands ol Plant
724-5472 after 5 p.m. 4tp Fruit Tr.., Shad. Trees, ... 100,. Continuous Fii. Nylon The Carpet With The Now Loold
2 BR 1 Bath Frame $12,200 5/24 Evergreen, Camellia, RUMBAUGHft'S M.ny Colon To Choo. From $7 95
------- Com;>l.t.ly Inil.ll.d Ov.r Rubb.r P" Sq. Yd. .
---------------- -- Asalea. Rose. Padding
3 BR 1 Bath Block $12,500 Matt In Can Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING PHOTOGRAPHERWALDO A"---- .
Mobil Homes
3 BR 2 Bath Block $17,000 : 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starka, ,
I' 0 .' Enpenao Ream" & Add
BR Heat/Air $17,500
2 Cent Flar.hom.659.2165INSURANCE
CUSTOM PRINTING On Room" Special One Week Only On

4 BR Cent Heat/Air $23,200 From Your Negative Free Delivery and Set Up
4 BR 1/2 Acres Clt;' $38,000 home, carport, 2 lots, WaldoPh. AT REDUCED RATES *,COPYWORK BANK FINANCING
468-1272 or 964-8641. P.
$4.99 Now $3.99
3 BR Brick 10 Acre $39,900 O. Box 82. Up AUTO, FIRE BOAT Well, don't forget last sum IKFORMAL PORTRAITS HWY 17 NORTH
DOYLE E. CONNER mer' sizzling heat! Tame GREEN COVE 1/73 53.99 Now $2.99
38 Acres Fenced, Pasture NATIONAL mortgage company INSURANCE AGENCY hot weather fast with a famous Tel. 284-5001 264-7311 1 HWY 100 East
has two four bedroom, 2 tchg Carrier quality cen- Of Starke V.rr.tl And Chrl.t D... 7 Daya A Week
... bath homes for sale, on 1/2 tral air conditioner at the -' --
,. acre wooded lots. Low down lowest prices ever during
payment. Call and see how Refinishing our pre-season pricebreaker -
MISCELLANEOUSMOBILE It is to own one of these sale! -.- -.-
easy Swing Operators
..... ....,..j homes. Call collect Ocala 622- v Hipp ais TRACTOR.
8118. tfchg AU Typ.t OfUphoUt.ry

home moving. Also 14h f M.! 'jC.blnet Carrier r Experienced: Preferred But We Will.. Train. Telephone 372-3464
mobile home hurricane anchoring FOR SALENew 3 bedroom FARM MACHINESNew
& mobile home roof brick veneer 2 baths, living Av.rvd Work I If You Are Seeking Regular Permanent

coating. Olln's Mobile Home room, kitchen and dining Specializing In Employment. & Used
Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. area. Good location. Finan- I
Starke, Fla. tfchg cing available. Call Buford Piano Refinishing Sawyer-Slade Gas 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441
Mitchell, 964-6853. tfchg And ReconditioningC. Cadillac Uniform Co.
EARL'S land clearing, dozer 332 W. Madison GAINESVILLE FLA.
work & nil dirt. Free esti- ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. E. JACKSON 441 E. Brownie

mates. KIngsley Lake Ph.533- File Folders, complete line office 1318 W. Madison Starke Starke, fla. Starke Fla. {TF} "Where Service U The Better Idea"
5/31 964-7701
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Phone 964-6305.

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Page 14 TELEGRAPH May 24, 1973 .

BUS Band Ovation At ConcertThe

Williams Backs ,- to donate
Rep. BUS Band received a Anyoi.e wishing
do so by
standing ovation from the audience to the band fund may
ti r t.e after the final num- mailing a check to Mr. Cas-
-- ber In Its annual spring con- sels, or seeing him in per-
Love Bus EradicationThose cert In the school.auditoriumlast son.

A Friday crowd night.of between 500 ....... ...
'-" and 600 persons attended the JaeksonviiiDirectory
unloveable "love around May and September. sion of the love bug in Flo- concert, one of the largest
bugs" are back again In full Hopefully we will be able to rida. This Is something we audiences In recent years.
force covering Florida high- find some way of controll- hope the grant will enableus Numbers that were especially -
ways and car windshields but ing this problem before too to find out and help us yICyM IC well received accordingto
according to Rep. Frank Williams many more "love bug" sea- combat," said Williams. ti r the applause, were the dif
of District 25 thereis sons roll around", said VVH- ficult "Masque" number, anda
some hope that this may Hams. In the past, birds have shun- medley of nursery rnymescalled
be their last year. Placing a piece of screenin ned the bugs during the development "Kid Stuff. The fea- tuto Sales and Service
Williams Is co-sponsoring front of the radiator has stage, however it tured guest trumpet player
House Bill 23 which will appropriate become a popular method used has been reported that for Terry Moo, a student from Parrish Motor
$50,000 from the by many motorists for the first time Robins have the University of Florida,
general revenue fund to the keeping the bugs out of tile been seen eating the larvaeof made a hit with his solo number -
Institute of Food and Agri- radiator and driving at slower the bugs. -- '- TV-- s ? | t "Fantasy for Trumpet. SALES
cultural Sciences of the U- speeds also seems to help ... ::2 ..... .' ?- niversity of Florida to study discourage them from splat- 1 Steps: toward "love bug" --. ;' 7... ,"", f1. f- "' pleasers Included a baton solo PARTS
means for the eradication of tering your car. eradication was a part of Wil '(',..:<.... .", '. ..... .. ; : I number by Sandi Morgan,
the "love bug." "At this time no one real- liams' campaign platform In \:- '\';..' "' -' 4-.. i't ,,It." ( i and the Saxophone Quartet's Always Good Vsrd Cars
"The little nuisances seemto ly knows what is responsible his successful bid for the "-... r :;' ;,: ...t".. ,...., .. \. rendition of "Relax" as played Ml L..r. St. Pb. 35 -5i*
show up twice a year. for the population explo- Legislature last November. ;; "" -: ; :. r.\: by Glen MulHns, Jimmy -..,
'... ... ._ i'' Brovmlee Forrest Blanken- ANOS
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f--X j t y s. '1 '.' .t. .. .,........,,.,.. ship, and Perry Bryan accompanied
.. .
"". A.v PIANOS
;; .... rC I;'.' !". .+t ,; on drums by Mark YAMAHA
'. .. L' -:; iII- Hardenbrook. CON and KIMBALL
.j' :
I 1P'IUSfSR/llI/ I#' = .,...-.....r. .. (;",. II.r.,"'..'..40)))_'_:-".; .................. Starting the concert were nRrANS
.' I .....' .. ".,.; .. several numbers by beginnerand
::71 ,., Intermediate students
<< I 4 from the Middle School under
the direction of Dr. Kenneth
MOBILE HOMES INC N Huenlck, music Instructor.
.4 Dean Cassels director of

1 1650 N. Temple Ave. 964.7212 f'1 & $ bf 1! vL .r .. .-.11I.... ;.... the the BUS concert band has, announced been recorded that-

:::; Starke, f la. Open 9-7-1-6 Sun. ;::: Stt-S % J.. ... and a record will be released KI:'IIJAI.1. "SWINCER":
sta. M' tr+- sW wish-
by July. Anyone
11)!) 11 ORGANS:
Ing to place an order for the Roosevelt Mall 388-8519

1!: Your Mobile Home Sgt. Yepremian Does His Thing record one at by$5 calling each may the Band reserve 2929 N. W. 13th Goin. vlll

Room, 964-6656 or seeing FURNITURE .
1 ti 1 Shopping Center | Miami Dolphin klckln specialist Garo xepremlaa never has It Uhe bus in me Mr. Cassels In person.
.) National Football League even on the world champion football team. Money received from sale fURNITUREAT
1: of the records will go toward DBCOU '.
FEATURING ::::1 Holding the football for this publicity shot taken Wednesday morning at Camp paying for 100 new uni-
111 ARA ARGO BRO ZEWOOO CAPELLA DRACO GRANVILLE &SHEFFIELD!:! Blanding is Sfc Peggy Bermele one of four women reservists on duty at Blanding forms for the band members. Complete I
now. Total cost of the uniforms Is Household
1 of the National Football League Is spending two weeks this Furnishings:
{ THIS WEEKS SPECIAL THIS WEEKS SPECIALGranville ;1 The six-year veteran $10,400 of which $2,500 has
Blanding for annual training with his the 50th and
summer at camp unit Supply Service already been paid. Another Tn 40'% Savings
1 ARA 1 Group up from Miami. Garo a key member of the 1972 Super Bowl Champs wears payment of one-third of the Up
Number 1 on his football jersey. While at camp Garo wears the three stripes of a cost will be due when the uni- Baxley Chair Co.
1 1j 12'x 51 2BR Front Kitchen 12X60 2Br. Front & R.or ; sergeant. forms arrive around Sept. 1.
3/4 I Yepremian still utilizes his football talent at recruiting sessions. This week he 64? Ca.t.tt 1 Block
1:: With A Beautiful Bath & Fully Carpeted :: has been the guest of the Starke Rotary Club and addressed several hundred area From '..10Jock.on.II..3t1'J.1141
1 Modern Decor Beautifully Furnished : '
1 11
Carpet Fully ,
high school students. This services In the areas of ob-
:::': furnished Washer 8. Dryer Alto Blond Interior :::: Friday May 25, Garo will stretrlcs and minor surgery
':::>; $4495 Panelling / :::; P.O. Box 607 :VI: Phone 96 .6061 demonstrate his football kick- which have not been availableIn AUTO ELECTRIC
1 1 Wash.r 8. Dryer $5995THIS j -_ ." Ing talent at the Bradford the community since the
.: High stadium during halftime hospital opened. His office F 'AVY Brothers
1 IS YOUR COUPON :!! ;9t \1Yr of the annual BUS Seniors vs. will be located In the hos- Electric Co.,
Varsity spring grid pital.
11! 111! An immigrant to the coun- Alternators Starters
FOR 10,000 S 8tH GREEN STAMPS FOR THE WELLS ELECTRIC try from Argentina, the doc-
! PURCHASE OF ANY NEW MOBILE HOME :!!! SERVICE UC Doctor tor was born In Yugoslavia. Generators Regulators
.. He completed his medical
..:.:. .:.':. (E.tabluh.d1949) (From Page 1)) training at the University of AUTO TRUCK .
;;; Our Prices Includes Delivery Within 100 Mi. ::1;: 744 N. Thompson Ing guaranteed a monthly Buenos Aires in Argentina, DIESEL
Free Estimates
:;:; Cement Blocks, Installation Of Hurricane :ti::;: Income of not less than and for the past year has
:::: Tie Downs 25' Of Water Hookup & 20' Of ::::;; t Starke, Florida TF gross$2,000 by the county hospital been on the staff at the North- 4044 Lenox Av. Jax.

:;:; ......... ...... ..... Sewer Pipe. Plus. .A. Set. Of Steps. ;'::+; board of trustees will havea east Florida State Hospital 387-2523
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