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 31, 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>.
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No. 42 Thursday, May 31, 1973 Copy

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Huckeba Lawtey Council

Back On

Job InWaldo Votes Go-A head

Waldo Police Chief J
r Ids F Fl
James R. Huckeba x

was back on the Job

last "fired"week after by beIng the- On Water PlantBHS

City Council on May r '

11. In a special meet-

Through his appeal to the Ing last week the

Circuit Court, Huckeba was Lawtey City Council
successful In getting Judge ? .i Graduation
John J. Crews to Issue a per- voted unanimously to

manent Injunction against the proceed with construction -
Waldo Council members, restraining
them from firing i r fAw of an esti-
Exercises Set
the chief. mated $414,000 water

Under the City Charter plant financed by a

Huckeba argued only the ma- long-term loan from
yor has the right to fire the
police chief.In Sunday MondayTwohundred the Farmers Home

its May 11 action, the Administration at

Council voted 3-2 to remove and thirty-four Brad- 5 1/4 per cent In-
Huckeba, but Mayor W. D.
Nicholson refused to fire him. 1 1i ford High seniors will be graduated terest.The .

The action came after Huckeba i Monday, June 4, In ceremonies begin- Council had alreadyvoted -
left town for ten days consid-
ning at 8 at the Bradford football recently to drop
without telling anyone p.m. eration of a combined water
was going. In explanation, ] stadium. and sewer project' since the
after his return, the chief cost would have been In excess -
claimed he had some leave Baccalaureate services are Miss Chasteen compiled 3.83 of $1 million and would
time coming and that the only scheduled Sunday, June 3, at average In four years of high have cost each user around
way he could get any rest 8 p.m. also at the football school to graduate at the top $17 or $18 In fees monthly.
from his official duties stadium.
to leave town, turning the (see Page 5)) Councilman Marvin Rosier,
Commencement speaker Is
who has spearheaded the wa-
department over to an as-
sistant.In & Rep. Ralph Turlington, D- ter project, said the antici-
I .igfla Galnesvllle, prominent state pated monthly fee to water
I Issuing the injunction, '.,_ lawmaker. A member of the SchoolsSet users' is a minimum of $6
, Judge Crews also ordered Florida House of Represen- per month. The water lines
r Council Chairman J. P. Tho- tatives since 1950, Rep. Tur- will be extended throughoutthe
'r mas to sign the chief's paycheck A lington served as speaker In In city limits, and It is estimated -
t which included the ? ln. the 1967-68 session, and was there will be appro-
(: leave time, and not to Interfere chairman of the Appropriations ximately 179 customers, both
; with police opera- Committee In 196970. BuildingMoney residential and commercial,
I n, tions. Since 1971 he has served as for the water service.
chairman of the powerful Finance -
t After the court decision, and Taxation Committee Rosier said that Lawtey's

I, Huckeba said that he had leave of the House. water at presentobtained
time coming, and that when Sunday's baccalaureate ser- from Individual wells-- is
the council gave him a public i IoII.... ... by Father "terrible," containing so
will be given
mon bonanza!
"It's real
a says much iron that It discolors
hearing on the leave issue
; James Cregan of St. Edwards
School Board Chairman Rod-
the city hall was full of peapie ._. clothing and even caused rust
Catholic Church In Starke.
Hall of the $1.2 million
who spoke up In his support --}, ney formation on shrubbery he
: /1 r Miss Debbie Dyal, saluta- in state capital outlay bond- tried to water at his home.
-7 .. Ing monies for which Brad-
torian of the Class of 1973.
The Council impounded ;r will welcome guests to the ford County is eligible. Rosier said the project
would Include
.A a complete wa-
Huckeba's police car and fora .)0' .,i'pi'p commencement exercises. Both Hall and School Supt. ter system, purification plant,
while he had to use his Miss Pyal. daugher of Mr. Jim Temple are envisioningmore and fire hydrants. It will Include -
personal car. When asked If and Mrs. Mitchell Brown of than enough money by an eight-Inch well, a-

he Intended to bill the city .noak on Jackson Str..t was rott.n In the S.I..ta Hall takes a clot look at the tr.. which Lawtey compiled a 3.68 ave- early 1974 to more than com- bout 600 feet deep, which will
for use of his personal car, rage In four years of high plete a new Bradford High
dug on the city's property
fell In the back of the Lx Green horn.
and foiled wind night. yard
the chief said he would men- Core was by strong Saturday school. She Is a vocational School. near the city hall.
tion It to the council. "If office education student at the "Every child In this county
they want to pay for It, all Bradford Union Vocational- needs a new high school," Rosier said that the project
I right; and If they don't wantto Technical Center and has been says Temple meaning that will be financed entirely -
pay, it's all right," the named the Best Business Student every student passes throughthe with the FHA loan, and
chief said. by the school. only high school In the there will be no Federal grant
Wind Gusts Leave county. The state bond funds, money Involved. The loan will
Strong Miss Dyal has been a member which require no local supporting be paid back entirely from
of the Girls' Athletic Association -
funds, bring Into the proceeds of the water ser-
the Student Coun-
realm of reality the "dreamof
cil, and the National Honor The city's; engineering firm,
high school principalwho
Society. She Is treasurer of Sverdrup Parcel,of Gainesville -
left five because
GroundDamage the Class of 1973. Her plans years ago have been consultingwith
Utility Lines On are to work at the Bradford they wouldn't build a the Council more thana
high school.
County Health Department after -
the but
; "Now, he gets to build It," year over project,
graduation. He must still do some final workon
Temple said. resigned as
Miss Connie Chasteen, BHS principal and went to revision of specifications,
to utility lines totaled Street, which fell into the ed at around $1,000. experienced: even during a daughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. Alachua County as a princi- resurveying, and reevaluation
several thousand dollarsin yard of Mrs. Lex Green. hurricane. R. Chasteen of Ralford, Is pal when the school building before the loan applicationcan
Bradford Clay Electric Inc. at Key- Damage to the be Rosier said
County-Kings- system was valedictorian of the Class of program here continually pla- filed. It
ley Lake area over the week- Cost of repairing the dam- stone Heights reported more relatively light in the Key- 1973 and will give the fare- ced building a new high school will probably be another three
end in the wake of strong wind age to the city's; power sys- damage from wind gusts and stone Heights and Bradford well address Monday night below other priorities, he months before the project Is
CHICKEN gusts that toppled several tem, in terms of materialand small tornadoes In Its 12- I ready to go to bid, and it
estimat- than Is usually (S.. Page 5)) (S.. Page 5)) said. "That's exactly why
DINNER large trees and broke three manpower, was county area left." is possible that constructionwork
power poles In Starke. on the project could
The new funds are part
Sponsor.d By get under way In December.The .
The Starke power depart- State of Florida's $350,000
Starke Shrine Club ment reported that the entire million bonding program for city has also been con-
area along U. S. 301 South I school buildings. The state sidering the paving of sev-
I Saturday, Jun. 2 from Lafayette Street to the Local Area Feeling Gas Shortage probably will eventually com- eral streets, but Rosier
city limits without take school capi- said
5 to 7:30: P.M. was power pletely over this will now be delayed
for about 2 1/2 hours Satur- tal outlay indebtedness. until the laying of water linesIs
Stark. Elmntary day night The trouble start- While some areas of the vice station Is limiting tour- been affected. This does appear to be the Temple said he will set completed in order to prevent
Cafeteria ed about 9:30 p.m. when a nation are faced with a severe ists to $2.00 purchases to "I know that our distributor exception, rather than the nor work session to review upa tearing up the streets
Donation, $1.50 tree fell, snapping a power gas shortage, local residents be able to take care of local John Torode, has been mal immediate. Bradford' building after the after they have been paved.
pole near Biggs Body Shop. appear to be weather- customers. Besides reducingits put on a quota, so far we've The problem Is upcoming June 6 board meet-
DOOR PRIZES The entire top 'of the pole Ing the storm fairly well but working hours, it has been gotten all the gas we need," how to get through this summer's ing. A spot survey by the
broke off, taking a main feeder are beginning to feel the pinchas forced to close on Sundaysand said Hurst. "We've only been heavy-driving seasonon State Department of Educa- Waldo OK'sShared
Toko Out Boxes line with It. some area service sta- half a day Wednesday. out one time and that was the amount of gasoline being tion to needs
update building
AvailableMYF Wendell Grover. In chargeof tions are being forced to reduce Goodman's Standard Oil in Just one kind for a day and produced by straining U. set out In a 1971 survey will FundsMost
the city's line crew said their working hours. Starke was forced to close half." S. refineries, plus a com probably be necessary the
Flea Market his men were working lines According to most service for three days this month as Hurst guesses prices will parative trickle that can be supt. added.Basically.
And Bake Sale until about 3 a.m., when prac- station managers, gasolinewill they ran about 3,000 gallons Jump seven to nine cents this Imported.If the school boardIs of Waldo's federal revenue -
tically all services were re- be short, but available to short, according to Seeber summer. the present voluntary looking at a need to provide sharing funds, $2,500,
Method! Church stored. About 25 more service local residents and few predict Goo calls were received Sunday, Increase In "We're being alloted exact- fall federal officials grader for work on city streets
Courtyard any large reported being on say high : a business, home
I as the wind gusts continuedon cost. Most stations are, how- ly the same amount purchased allotments similar to 1972 that allocation will be made economics, and special edu- by the City Council
Saturday, Jun. 2 a smaller scale he said. ever, being alloted only the In May of '72," Goodman purchases; the BP dealers mandatory. Hearings on that cation area; a common-caf- The council<< approved a report -
9 A.M. .. 2 P.M. The streets also amount purchased during the said "Because of this we appear, to be the hardest hit. possibility are to be held June eteria area, and a third sec- on allocation of the$3,704
.. ., same month last year, nes- are closing an hour earlier 11 to 13. tion for language arts, shop In federal revenue sharing
c- had out working
a crew According to Woodrow Thomas
funds the will recelvo
sltating many to close ear- and on Sundays so that the If necessary, the Govern- Industrial arts, and electron- city
the (!iammunttyelute! of Saturday night, keeping limbsto the lier at night and on Sunday. working people can buy their his allotment for May ment Is prepared to move to ics. There is also the project during the first half of 1973.
streets clear and cutting was cut 10 per cent under The report will be forwardedto
rationing enforced by law with of relighting and air-
prevent further power In- Gasoline will be available gas.While '72, and he has had notice
dank Shuford's Standard gasoline stamps such as those conditioning the present BHS the Office of Revenue Sharing
terruptions. One of the larg- but one may have to drive Station had to close on Sundays that June will be cut 30 per used In World WarD days. auditorium. The must In Washington D. C.

A--...... ...-.. Upv. est trees to be toppled of was the up the street to get It. to keep from runningout cent under May of "72, yield- Officials say' that this Is not be reroofed but that gym may not Plans for use of the funds
.pseec hIdwklr.Y an ancient oak north In some of the more dras- Carl Hurst of Hurst'sShell ing a crippling blow to his were approved, at a May 18
Florida Bank, on Jackson tic action, one Keystone ser- Station said he hasn't stations. (See Page 5)) (See Page 5)) meeting of the council.


Pag* 2' TELEGRAPH May 31, 1973

Annlv.r.orl.i:r.r:':: W/T7*' / Social trtde- &/ S/ne JVeit !'* Club Y'iddlngs Births Personals M.' rinyi j

. Show.rs ClaJ\s Mooty, Society Editor, 964-7608

.... Michael Whiffen
1?;:. '/!, Whitehead- McGee Wedding Pa ty
Kitchen Shower
Pr Alpha Nu ChapterOf ,.
S ol Feted Party
i., I ')";,
For Miss RoddyMiss DKG Gives '(;J Mr. and Mrs. L. K. White- ments of mixed spring flow-
head ers and white tapers in cry- Whiffen celebratedhis
were hosts at dinner
a Michael
Lynette Roddy, a July] :: stal holders. Place cards
Birthday BrunchAlpha party Friday night at the tenth birthday Saturday
5 bride-elect of Alan Bax- Homestead Restaurant in Key- marked the seating arrange- and evening when
ter, was honored at a small rt ment for the 23 guests who afternoon and Mrs.
kitchen appliance shower Friday Nu chapter of Del- : stone Heights honoring their included the honored couple, his parents Dr
: him and
son, Carlton Scott Whitehead, Whiffen, took
May 25, given Gamma international and the wed- D.W.
evening ta Kappa and his fiancee Miss Jonell their families, friends bowling, rol-
six boy
Mrs. Phil Stanley, Mrs. .r Educational Society, met
by J ,. McGee, following the couples ding party. and to a pizza
Jay KInnear and Mrs.Richard May 19, from 9:30 to 11 0' G The honored couple presented ler skating,
wedding rehearsal. Jacksonville.
Hensch at the home of the clock at the home of Mrs. gifts to their attendants supper in
latter In Orange Park.A \: Warren Winkler on Pratt was The decorated U-shaped with dining arrango-table during the dinner. .

pink and gold color theme Street for a birthday brunch, ,, ,,..... ... .... .... ............ .. ...,,,,,, : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
was carried out inthedecorations. celebrating their 13th year. !-;.!-;!-:!-:-;.:!-:.:.;.;.;.;.:.:-.:.:.;.:.;.:.:'To--------.y.-:::::!:!::!!::.:-!:.!-.:-.:-.-:.-:.-:.:-.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.;.:.;.::-::.:!-::":::::!::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

The lace covered Alpha Nu was organizedMay
refreshment table was cen- 13, 1960 with 24 members s
tered with an arrangement from Bradford, Baker, t
of Shasta daisies. Clay and Union counties.In 9
Gifts were displaced on 1967 the Clay County mem-
a table In the Florida room bership organized Beta Mu 11k
under a pink and white u.n- chapter. Today Alpha Nu
brella. has 37 members, key women '
Games with prizes wet e TerrI Lea Waft teachers from the three coun- c1Str .. \
the 50 guests.wlioIncluded P-
enjoyed by .
Mrs. Roy Koddy,mother Muriel Norman, pre- 4 .
of the honoree. To Wed Mr Eddy sident, presided at the busi- o
The hostesses presented the ness meeting. Mrs. Willa Vt"
honoree with an electric per- Mr. and Mrs. ]Harold F. Jean Barber of Macclennywas .
culator as a memento of Watt otLando'Lakesannounce initiated in an impres- Go1151.W
the occasion. the engagement and approachIng sive ceremony conducted by \53 0"
marriage of their daughter Mrs. Norman, assisted by
Terri Lea, to Jack Ii. Mrs. Joyce Weldon and Mrs. 11 \ $1.0O"e
Eddy, Jr., son of Mr and Naomi Roberson. The pro- st a\V\ r ( ut.
Mrs. Jack H. Sr. gram, "A Musical History
Mrs. E. K. Perryman attended Eddy, \ d
the wedding of her of Waldo. of Alpha Nu, was presentedby 011'Ari
grandson, James Steely Ferryman The wedding will take place Mrs. Lucile Payne anf \
to Miss Margaret July 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the Mrs. Mona Canova. 1973 Beta Sigma Phi For 1
Ross Saturday night at the First Baptist Church in Wal- Alpha Nu's colors, red
San Jose Catholic Churchin do.All and gold, were used in dec- Girl 0 f The Year r"\(5 O
Jacksonville, and receptionat friends and relativesare orating the party rooms. G
Club. Invited to attend. Hostesses were Mrs. Helen '
the San Jose Country 01
Johns, Mrs. Cleo Andrews, Mrs. Harold Davis has Mrs. Davis is marriedto e
Mrs. Tommie Nolin, Mrs. been chosen as Beta Sigma Harold Davis,branch mana- ,'. fl\\rc\\\
Adele Mitchell and Mrs. Phi's Girl of the Year. ger of Guaranty Federal Sav- ', ,
", .:.:; -J- WRMWATHERSPEQAIS Sue Winkler She was selected because ings and Loan Association. ::. \ 0'J \Ore
..."I-I. t of outstanding club work. They reside at 1388 Ree Street. or
She also served as presidentthe They are parents of two 0
.... 'J. past year and has beenan children, Tracy, 5, and Hal[ $5.0
\ Chinese Elm active member of the 2. '
',i- f., 5.2f. sorority for two years. u 't et osttS'

.- ..;'"r,1 ColtonlessCottonwood ADK Chapter Flea Market \ cho

Holds Annual Bake SaleThe oft \
r 5.29 '- .thold
Tulip TreesAnnuals May LuncheonAlpha Methodist Youth

its" Fellowship is sponsoring a
Flea Market and Bake Sale
Gamma Chapter of Saturday, June 2, from
Alpha Delta Kappa held Its 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the

Vegetable Plants Tray o 3/For.99 Methodist annual May luncheon Fellowship In Hall the Methodist Church courtyard.

at Saturday noon, May 26.
Glad. Patriotic colors were used
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in the table decorations which
included a floral arrangementon

7% Nitrogen; Flu. w,. the May speaker's baskets table.and Miniature hand-- ;ttINt;

CompostedAnd Peat Fla. made program and place cards
marked the place setting
Shredded P.a} McBroomJohns of each member and guest.In r..tIING L
Weed Free Bu Bag her opening remarks,
the president, Mrs. Lucille1
Horse Manure .67 To Wed August t 11 Payne, gave a resume of t-
the chapter's projects and
40 Lb. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard V. programs for the year.
Bag 1.37: 5.15: McBroom Sr. of Barnsville, Past State President of
Ga. announce the engagement Alpha Delta Kappa, Mrs. N1PK1H11rr
of their daughter Donna Anne, Ola Lee Means, spoke to
to Robert Dale Johns, son the group on "Appreciationof
Co ir W.ed 401b. of Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. America". She illustrated -
Fr. Bag I .77 Johs of Starke. her talk with paintings
Manure Miss McBroom is a graduate by Norman Rockwell.
of Gordon Junior College Mrs. Laurie Mulling, assisted -
<<: $> and is employed at the William by the entire group,
/' ""'" j,P "" / > ,, Carter Co. in Barns- gave a modern version of
ville. "Paul Revere's Ride." A
YOUR CHOICE "''% Mr. Johns is a BUS graduate solo, "Peace on Earth,"
and is attending Gordon was sung by Mrs. Carolyn
Ortho Liquid Plant Food Junior College. Canova accompanied by Mrs.

\. A&c Gal. The wedding will be an Carol Shields at the piano. 1::'
g. I The enjoyed singing
event of August 11 at 5 p.m. group
Ortho Gro 2 for $4,98 at the home of the bride's patriotic songs.A .
O1et'o' Ross parents in Barnsville. gift from the chapterwas
Grecnol presented to Mrs. Mar-
( ) tha Wheeler who Is retiring
(Liquid Iron) 1.99 from Starke Elementary It'

Lawn Green ,f w' School. i
z Guests Included ADK mem-
\ -- Up Start GAL. j bers from St. Augustine,
Lake City and Penney Farms.

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For A Permanent Lawn r '\'" : I II
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Argentine I y

Bahin Seed lb. m9** 1

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Bahia Seed I, : \

5% Malathion Dust i ',\\L' f
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. ,
Controls 4Lb.| Rg 99 Baldree, Starke, a son, Ro-
Many Insects Bag $1.39. Marcia Kay DavidTo bert Jason, May 28 in Ala-

Wed M r. Mason chua.General and Mrs.Hospital.Mr. E. W.. Prin- B EAT YRE T at 89.95

+w w w w*JL**JL*w'A*'X''JL* Jy'X1 dt?*JL*w tj* gle Wayne, ,Starke May, 28 a son in,Shands David

I CALADIUM Mr. and Mrs. Basil David Teaching Hospital, Gaines- twin IIs> mlllell or foundation
of Graham announce the engagement ville.
and approaching We're offering the renowned Beautywhen and where you want it. And the
4= BULBS marriage of their daughter Mr. and Mrs. William V. rest Back Care by Simmons for a limited ample layer of Simflex cushioning practically -
Marcia Kay, to William Wes-
ell Forsyth Jr., Starke, a daughter time at this Once molds itself
*r only price. our present to your body.
ley Mason, son of Mr. and Pamela Marie, May 18,
e IJ- Mrs. Erskln Mason of Gainesville In Baptist Hospital, Jackson- Inventory of this model is gone there will Come In, take the lie-down test, and
ell IJ- ville. Paternal grandfatherIs be no more. This mattress Is great for see for yourself. Get that great night's
PLANT The wedding is planned Vasco Forsyth and great restful and healthful sleep. Hundreds of sleep that a Beautyrest gives.
ell FOR SUMMER COLOR IJ- for June 16 at 7:30 p.m. grandmother Is Mrs. Dora comfort coils, each in its own individual Great values on roomy Queen and King
at the Brooker Baptist Church. of Grlffls
.ft IJ- Taylor Loop. pocket, are free to adjust to your natural sizes, tool! Hurry in while our supply lasts. SIMMONS

4t4e IJ- contours. You get the support you need Dout>l* site/ 198 fS each puce; Ou..n use |J59 85 eat,; King sue J38,,99 ant

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Mrs. George Miller spent daughter, Mr. and Mrs.James iI1Iii1111I1 ,
the weekend with Mr. and Montuoro, and daughter In HGSSWEEPSMS
Mrs.Jacksonville.Jack Miller and familyIn Tampa on Sunday.

Mrs. J. W. Klncatd returned
Tuesday after three weeks
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren visit with Mr. and Mrs. w.
were In Spencer, W. Va. C.C. IIoppo in Tampa while
over the weekend visiting Mr. Hoppe was confined In
her mother, Mrs. C.W. a hospital.
Archie Green of Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Akers will spend the weekend with
and daughter of' Haleyvllle, his mother, Mrs. L.J. Green. At
Ala. spent the weekend with
their parents, Mrs. Charlene Local admittances to Brad-
Privet, and Mr. and ,Mrs. ford County Hospital this
J. D. Warren. week Include: Mrs. Jean Baldwin Chevrolet Olds
Johnson Mrs. Edna Smith -
Mr. and Mrs. Richard 0- Mrs. Hester Norman, Mrs.
dom, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilma Peeples Mrs. EvelynSt.
Silcox, Mr. and Mrs. George John, KImberly Dowling
Roberts, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Bonnie Doughman,
C. B. Terwillegar, Jr.attended Starke; David Stinson, Key-
the Lake City; Memorial stone Heights. John Murphy,
Day Invitational golf tourna- Lake Geneva; Mrs. Joan Dur- _---
ment and over the weekendIn rance, Hampton; and Johnny
Lake City,the dinner-dance Dobbs, Lake Butler. n
Saturday night.
Elder and Mrs. Avery Landof New officers of sorority ((1-r) are: -

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mo- Dunlap Term were last Mrs. C.W. Slade, president; Mrs. Wayne Wynn, vice-
bley of Lawtey had as week- Wednesday and Thursday
end guests, Mr. and Mrs. guestsof Mr. and Mrs. P.D. president; Mrs. Philip Nichols, recording secretary; -
Vernon Mobley, Jr. of Ger- Reddish. Mrs. Charles Flynn, treasurer, and Mrs. W.H. Johns -0+
many, Mr. and Mrs. Carl extension officer.Sorority OPJ
Eubank of Apopka, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. M.B. Jordan
Mrs. Thad Surrency of Bald- were weekend guests of Mr. Meets For Weiner/ Roast ( '...
win, Mr.and Mrs.Jerry Brownof and Mrs. Roy Jordan In Or- L.efc

Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. lando. Overstreet Home On 301 South -AT'T1iitsE
Paul Jones of Raiford and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cothranof Miss Lillian Stump visited
Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Elizabeth Fowler In Gamma Theta chapter of Flynn, co-hostess. .m
Mobley, Jr. arrived home Eau Gallle the first of the Beta Sigma Phi sororitymet New officers, above, were
Wednesday after 18 monthsIn week. Monday night for weiner Installed. I .
Germany and they are roast and meeting at the
on their way to South Americafor Mrs. W.II. Thomson of home of Mrs. Grady Over- Plans for three summer
three years. Monticello spent the weekend street with Mrs. Charles socials were made. '
with Mr. and Mrs. Brian
Mrs. B.J. Brown and daughter Hamilton and family and Mrs. Armory Takes On Atmosphere
of DeFunlak Springs were J.W. Griffin. I

recent Ferryman.visitors of Mrs. E.K. Alan Harrison of Fort Lau- Of Sultan's Palace For Prom -

visited his grandparents .
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkinsand derdale Jeanie rubbed her magic
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Golden, Larry Paterson.
family of Jacksonvilleand lamp and transformed the
Harrison, over the weekend. Ed Watts, Chuck Hutchinson,
Mrs. Mae Hawkins of New National Guard Armory and Dennis Frick.ParentTeachers.
Waldo Sunday guestsof Into sultan's Satur-
were a palace Associa- r
Allen Longof
Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson. Ocala spent the past seve- day night for the Bradford tion members and other par- i
weeks at the Perryman High School Juniorseniorprom. ents attending the prom were
Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Under- KIngsley Lake. More than 400 students, Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges
bill and family of Indlatlantlc cottage on parents and faculty members Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bakken -S. ".
spent the weekend with her entered "Taj Mahal In the Mrs. Leroy Norman, Mr. .-. S .
parents Mr.and Mrs. J.H. Robert L. Brown, Jr. entered Spring" through a white lattice and Mrs. Warren Ebling, Di
Moncrief. the Jacksonville NAS archway trimmed In Mrs. Paul ...' -
Meng, Mrs. J.C. -"
Hospital Monday with pneu- garlands of pink artificial Hobbs, Mrs. Maltie Covington 5 '.._ ., ... ,
ID'"V. '
Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin monia. flowers.In and Mr. and Mrs. Mack ;:: ... -
visited their son-in-law and carrying out the theme, o r.
n___ the entire rear wall of the Lee.Faculty members and ---
armory was covered by a ses at the dance Included
painting of a far eastern Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fran- CAR
palace complete with mina- cis, Mr. and Mrs. Randy : ;
rets. Rainbow colored crepe Newland, John Thomas, Louis .
Your Tour: Keep It Carefree streamers formed a canopy Garner, Mr. and Mrs. George -

Town overhead the music as couples of Black dancedto Lash Weeks Gary Moody., and Mr. and Mrs. 1973 Chevrolet Custom Coupe 1973 Olds Gutless '5 Coupe

from 8:30: p.m. till midnight. Miami Dolphin star kicker AM FM Radio, Air Conditioning, Vinyl Top Vinyl Like new all over, Dark Green paint, White Vinyl

I lwl e? Finance Along the side walls splashesof Garo Yepriamlum also seats power steering power brakesWhite Side Wall Top, a very special savings on this one.
4llglg flowers and
crepe paper
Loans to $600 fans of multi-colored streamers tTires&Wheelcovers. Thislmpala sold now for over
were alternated with |S4900 New SPECIAL $3795
corrugated wall panels of Mrs J.M. Edwards, Sr. '
r Leave theWorrying more flowers. spent the past two weeks
The refreshment tables with her son-in-law and 1972 Pontiac Catalina 4Dr Ht 1972 Chevrolet Estate Wagon

featured a fountain of fruit daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Dark Green with White Vinyl Top AM fM Radio, Power steering power brakes, Air Conditioning
punch surrounded by dishesof High and family In Jacksonville Air Conditioning brakes.
power power Nice comfort
Clean for
nuts and mints and plat- while Mrs. High under- Passenger ready summer
This 'c a,real sharp clean car with only 24000
ters of finger sandwiches. vacation..
To Us. went
surgery. Mlles
Greeting guests as they SPECIAL 3495 SPECIAL $3995
entered, and seating them Ensign Barry Firth of Whiting -

New Organizing were sophomore the prom girls servers.were dressed The- Mr. NAS and ,Mrs.Milton Anthony Fla.Beat-and 1972 Chevy: Nova 4 Door 1972 Pontiac Ventura II 4 Dr

An Exotic in pastel harem costumesof tie of Jacksonville spent the Sedan 307 V8 Automatic Transmission.
halter tops and balloon
weekend with their
Trip To The pants. Sophomore boys were Mr. and Mrs. R. E.parents Firth. ..u Engine, automattc.Transl1l! sI9n. Radio&Heater! power steering rfadio & Heater Solid yellow,,with
wearing pull over satin shirtsIn power steering and Air Conditioning. Solid White Black Trim sharp little car.SPECIAL.
BAHAMASCall matching pastel shades Mrs. Mary Ann Seitler I with Green I perfect for son or
and coordinated slacks. The and Tony Kudack of Miami (daughter. JF PEyCIAL. $2995
964-7449 servers included Dianne Gas- were weekend guests of Mr.
kins, Karen Redcnsn, Alice and Mrs. Mike Anderson.Mr. 74
Atwood, Kim Hodges, Debbie 1972 Chevrolet Impala Dr 1972 Pontiac Calalina4Dr Sedan
Mitchell Jan Searle, Donnle and Mrs. Mack Barron
Thomas, Tommy Wise, Nell and son, Shane,of Tallahasseewere |Power steering Brakes and,Air Conditioning A White with Blue Top and trim power steering

weekend guests of Mr. [Good Solid car with Gold Paint and Tan Vinyl brakes and Air Conditioning. This is a nice one, I IDont"iss
and Mrs. James Barren. I Interior one owner sold new By us.IAL .
The Mack Barrens will leave It.SPEC
I next weekend to make their $2995 IAL $3295
home In Nicaragua.

Nus/soft Mr. and Mrs. Herman 1972 Chevelle Malibu 4 Dr Ht 1971 Ford Torino 500 4 Dr

Schoening and Mr. and Mrs. in the Radio Heater power steering, Brakes and Air Conditioning -
with all
in every: way power with
Robert M. McRae were with Tape system Light Blue paint
ahd Air with
Lake City over the weekend goodies Conditioning. Light Green White Side Wall tires and vinyllnteuor'one owner |
attending the Memorial Day Dark Green Vinyl Top and Interior Extra Sharp.
Invitational Golf Tournamentand with 36000 miles Clean

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1971 Olds Toronado 1971 Chevrolet Impala 4 Dr'
Mr. and :Mrs. Greg Barrierof
1650 N. Temple Ave. 964.7212 Cincinnati, Ohio are visit-
Power steering & brakes with Air Conditioning
Starke Fla. ing their uncle and aunt Fully Equipped all the Finer
Open 9-7-1-6 Sun. way.A Driving Car utoma Transmission V8 Engine Radio &
Mr. and Mrs. Charney Williams Can t be found.
Your Mobile Home for three weeks. Heater Good tires, and only 21.000 miles

They the all Williams'spent the cottage weekendat at SPECIAL S3695 Like new. SPECIAL $2495

Shopping CenterFeaturing Lake Kerr Key. 1970 Ford qUire wagon; Chevrolet 4 Dr Ht
Mrs. Henry O'Hara returned one owner with Air Conditioning. Power steering/ ,
Sunday after three weeks I power brakes. AM FM Stereo Radio and clean. This Dark Blue with White Top. ThisCaprice! was sol .

Ara Afgo Bonzwood Granville Sheffield Draco' Elmwood Estelle visit with Kinnard her sisters and, Mrs.Mrs. I Wagon/ is in very good condition but it has some New By Us. and it has everything on it, like power

Altair & Capella Lenora Waddell, in Tampa. [miles on f it That we won't charge; you for. windows and seats you must see this car.

Mrs. O'Hara was also visit- SPECIAL SI 995 SPECIAL $1895
ing In Daytona Beach and
JUNE BRIDE SPECIAL Winter Park for two weeks.
1971 Ford 3/4 Ton Cab & Chais 1970 Chevrolet 1/2 Ton Fleetside
2 Br Capella Fully Punished Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan
Transmission ConditioningPower
[V8 Engine/ 4 speed little pickup with tires Rear
and family of Live Oak visited Sharp new Step Bumper]
A nd for the newly Weds this includes . her parents, Mr. and steering and power brakes 56000 miles, and VB Engine Radio and a Long wheel base Body an-
Mrs. II. A. Lawson, on Sun- is clean Trv this one owner Truck today. other
one owner.
Teflon Cook wear, G.E.'Iron, Ironing Board, Serving set day.

24 pc Stainless steel toblewear, G.E. Portable handmlxer. GE.Toaster, Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Meng
of St. Petersburg Beach spent
beddlnafPlllows( Sheets, Pillow Cases & Spreads) Bath room Towel set, the weekend with their parents
Mr. and "Mrs.' Paul Mengof
4pc Bath set. Kitchen Cannitters, Kitchen sink set, 24pc Dlnnerwear Dish set Hampton Lake and Mr.
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TELEGRAPH May 31, 1973
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,/J ( Varied ActivitiesReported Banquet pointed out. Strickland got a base-. Melvin recently signed a
I -0} players. Carl Rlherd, first
I / big hand from the audience Hazen and Melvin also are most Improved baseball scholarship with
by (From Page man, received the
<"Ctl1dOIn 9)) South Florida Junior Collegein I
( ollinf} when he went forward for the members of the all-con- trophy on the base- Avon Park.
St. Edward's taro Connie Chasteen received award. ference baseball squad. ball team.
the Most Outstanding Coach Mike Sexton was highin IL. .
Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Norton Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ma- Children who received their Cheerleader Award presented his prlase of the 1973 basketball -
were In Colqultt, Ga. over thews and family of Orlando First Holy Communion by Sponsor Melba Howm"They're squad which established 9648711A
the weekend visiting Mr. and were Monday overnight guests Mother's Day were honored on a 15-11 mark but came \ & K FEEDS
Mrs. Ben Holt and family. of their parents. Mr. and the best cheer- on strong at the end of the I
breakfast In the Parish
Mrs. Carl Mathews and all Hall of St. Edward's Church leaders Bradford County has season by winning the dis- U.S. 301 NORTH BEHIND TASTE! FREEZE
Mrs. O.L. Beasley Mrs. attended the funeral of the after Mass. Mrs. Michael ever had," Mrs. Howard said trict title and then being run- The MostComplete
Mrs. L.N. Pickering of her in the region tourna-
Kincaid squad.
J.W. Carl Mathews' son, Virgil Gilhooly and Mrs. Ron Cal- "They've donea ner-up
Mrs. E.L. Matthews great job I tell ment.
Mathews In Hllllard'l esday. mano were In charge of you. The
C.B. Terwlllegar Jr., cheerleaders .
were repeatedly
Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Sr., Miss Mrs. J. D. Odom underwent arrangements. Gifts of appreciation praised by each coach as "We were much better than : _' ,,-
Feed Store
Madge Mlddleton Mrs. S.L. surgery last Thursday In were presentedto he presented awards to each our record Indicated, Coach t -
Peek Sr. and Mrs. John Alachua General Hospital.Mrs. religious Instructors Mrs. team. Sexton stated. BHS held its
Myers attended a bridge- William Vogeney Mrs. Cler- Golfer Danny McKinney was opponents to 49 points per In Tile County",, .

luncheon Wednesday at the C. E. Hernwall visited mont Blzler Miss Sheila recipient of the outstanding game he pointed out. Sophomore ..... -
home of Mrs. H. S. BealIn her daughter Marllynln Lescarbeau and Joseph Al- golfer award presented by Donnle Sewell and jun- r.<<

Jacksonville. Washington, D. C. last week. fonso. Coach David Hurse. McKinney ior Able Williams were nam-
a senior the ed to the all-Florida Star
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sistrunk Mrs. Myrtle Dendy of Jacksonville Members of St. Edward's consistent golfer Hurse said. Conference basketball squad. John King Mgr OfA&K Feeds
and Miss CynthiaSue school of religion, parentsand "When the Malachi Henry and Curtis
and daughter of Starkville going got tough,
Miss are visiting Mrs. Sis- Weekly of Ocala were chaperones enjoyed a he got tough along with it." White got honorable mention Has A Once In A Life Time Special. .
trunk's parents Mr. and weekend guests of Mr. and trip to Wsneyworld via Grey- For the first time Hurse In the conference.
Mrs. C. R. Scogglns this Mrs. E. W. Hayes. hound bus on May 19. Mr. pointed out, the golf team Alvaughn Golden, a JV team He Had To Do A Lot Of Fast TalkingTo f
Alfonso was responsible for added points in Bradford guard who became an out-
Mr. and Mrs.Charles Parker arrangements.Bob High's race for the all-sports standing varsity competitorwhen Come Up With This Deal & Challenges

Those from the Starke and family of Cocoa spent trophy. BHS finished second two boys playing aheadof
Woman's Club attending the the weekend with relatives Blakewood presidedover two joints behind Palatka him quit, won the cage a- Check Prices A nytvhere .
ward for the most assists.
FFWC district four work- here. a recent meeting of South.
In Palatka last Friday the St. Edward's Parish Coun- Tornado golfers had a 6-7 Curtis White won the lead-
shop Mrs. Sherrod Dale Johns and his fiancee cil when It was decided to record and finished fourth In Ing rebounder trophy with 210, If You Find All Steel Gates
were Mrs. M. A. Baldwin hire Miss Donna McBroom ofBarnsville renovate the Parish Hall. Florida Star Conference com and Malachi Henry took the
J.E. Hardy Mrs. Robert Ga. spent the Clermont Blzler will serveas petition. trophy for the best free throw
Mrs. O.W. White weekend with Mr. and Mrs. supervisor. Anyone Interested percentage.
BarksdaJe Mrs. E. E. Tanner Mrs. Carl L. Johns. In assisting with Little Stuart Strickland was Abie Williams was named Cheaper Buy Theln.I. I

W.H. Hart and Mrs. Ervin this project may contact Mr. lifter of 1973. He lifted in the the most outstanding basket-
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mulder Blakewood Joseph Gissy or named ballp player by Coach Sex-
Andrews. of Washington D.C. spent Francis Meng. 148 pound the class outstanding for BHS weight and) ton. Eddie Blalock and VerI I ... _.................

the past week with her parents non Barber were co-recip-
was a consistent winner for
Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Good- Rev. Father Walter Blankof BUS, Coach Butch Redding ients of the basketball sport- GATES I JOHN
man. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald the Jacksonville Naval smanship award when Sexton Over

Caswell of Lake City joined Air Station was guest speakerat "4.OrtO OrOMpMp.pA.and couldn't settle on either. : STILL HASPLENTY
the family for the weekend. the installation of Altar "These two boys could go Below Wholesale |
Society officers held In the David Wager. Barbara anywhere anytime and represent
Mrs. Billy Hall of Orlandowas Garden Restaurant on May Vallnskd did not attend. their school with the : 4 Ft. S9.5O OFFENCE
a Sunday to Tuesday 20. Sister Margaret, S.S.J., Mrs. Gilhooly and Mrs. Shal- highest esteem. They're fine
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. accompanied Sister Trlnita, ler made arrangements for young men." In Stock : 6 Ft. $12.50 : POST
DuPre. S.S.J., who Installed the following the occasion, assisted by Mrs. Track Coach Grover How- 1
officers: President, Cissy. ard presented Malachi Henry : 8 Ft. $15. oo : 2JT to 3"

Mrs. Michael Gilhooly; Vice with the trophy as 1973's high : 10 Ft. 17.25
Loper To
Ask Hurry Choose
President, Mrs. Bob Blake- point man. Curtis White was
wood; Secretary Mrs. Ron On' Sunday evening. May recipient of the most Improved t 12 Ft. $18. 5O Anything Over
Graduates 27, Father Cregan conducteda
Charle Caiman
; Treasurer Mrs. trophy.
Scriptural Rosary Servicein : 14 Ft. $22.0O :
William Vogeney. Outgoing 50
Eddie Hazen 550
pitcher-In- From -- ea.
honor of the
Blessed Vir-
E.Johns From CareyAmong officers were presented with fielder and Melvin 16 Ft. 524.50
gin Mary. Children of the Gary ,out- : *
gifts in recognition of their You Load
the 305 senior gra- service. Father James Cre- parish assisted in decorating the most valuable trophies baseball as ,............................
the altar with
duating on May 19 from Wil- gan was also present as an flowers.
liam Carey College In Hat- honored guest and speaker. Following the service a
tlesburg, Miss was HarryB. Mrs. Ron Caiman and Mrs. covered dish supper was .H.M
"[.ast fall, my power saws Loper, son of Mr. and Thomas Parker served as held in the Parish Hall. Beft ;

were stolen from the building Mrs. Ben Loper of Starke chairman of the event. Mrs. Gladys Weldon, Mrs. ALL KINDS.R. .
Joseph Gissy and Mrs. Rob-
site planking fell from who science received degree a with bachelor a ma-of Father Cregan and Deacon bie Shaller were In charge fFE E DSTheDesiThai 'I
causing Simmons
our truck, a pass of this affair. Q.
jor In business and a minor< William Crlstianson, who will
ing car to crash a sub -
In economics. be ordained a Marionist Prieston
contractor took his money While at Carey, Loper serv- October 6, concelebrateda Equip Co.
but left me with his bills. ed as vice president of the special Mass on May 27 St. Edward's Altar Society
will meet in the Parish Hallon 317 E Brown,.. St.
& and
Pen Sword
Does the Charley E. Johns Society at St. Edward's honoringthe
was a member of Phi Beta 1973 High[ School gradu- Wednesday June 6, at
have insurance Stark. Fla.Phon. .
complete -
Agency 8 ,
p.m. All ladles of the
Lambda. Following graduation ates. Following Mass mem-
to protect a buildIng he returned to active bers of the graduating class parish are invited to attend Money Can Dn |
contractor? duty In the U. S. Army and parents and friends had break altar a special workshopon 964-6819 .
Is now stationed In Arizona. fast at the Holiday Inn. Grad- care will be con- tfchfl
Charley E. ducted.
uates attending were: Joyce rf
JOHNS AGENCY Cadell Peggy Clayton Mich-
We are urged to plan for re- ael Cissy Larry Knepper
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St. start practicing up for it, Sally Naples Kerry Rodrigue, Hwy door
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Moy 31.1973 TELEGRAPH Pope 5
Wind ---------------------- Graduation Gas ...
(From Pog 1))

with some power interruptions cleared up by Wednesday.Other (From Page 1))
(From Pag 1)) due to falling limbs and parts of the nation likely, but that they have con- to be a trade off betweenthe GAINESVILLE
trees. Most street light cir- suffered much more severe of her class. tingency plans in readiness. ecologists and the ma-
urday night, including one cuits were knocked out, and wind damage over the Me- Miss Chasteen has been a The problem is that while jor oil manufacturers.
where the breakdown was DOWel; was off in the shop morial Day weekend, with a BUS cheerleader for two some major oil companies Restrictions on gas importsare Business DirectoryAUTO
caused by a regulator being area, but restored before work record number of tornadoes years. She is captain of the have as little as 70 per cent being lifted, and while
blown off Its platform. Others was resumed at the end of dipping to earth from storm current cheerleading squad of last year's supply to dis- this is another possible solution
were knocked out by falling the Memorial the Midwestand and has been named BllS's tribute and
Day holiday. systems across most have less the lack of refineries -
trees and limbs. One barracks was damaged bya South, At least 48 lives Most Outstanding Cheerleader. than 100 per cent, best estimates still remains and the pub- SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES
The Co-op line crews were falling limb, and a small were lost, and damage ran Connie is also a recipient predict a 6 to 7 per lic will be faced with an Increase -
on duly from about 9:30: p.m. out building In the shop area Into the multi-millions. Sev- of the DAR Good Citi- cent Increase in gasoline use in cost."Refined BRASINGTON Johnson Faria, Inc.
Saturday until 4 a.m. Sunday, was blown about 50 feet from eral small towns were almost zenship Award and has beena in 1973. Official U. S. Bureau imported gas runs OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS -
when most services had been its foundation A large num- obliterated as at least member of the National of Mines figures for 3-4 cents per gallon more CADILLAC Insecticide Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
restored. In some isolated ber of tents of National 160 tornadoes struck duringthe Honor Society, the Pep His- the first two months of this than domestic fuel," Torode SALES S. SERVICE
cases, services were out for Guardsmen in the bivouac area weekend, eclipsing any tory, and Science Clubs, and Fine selection of Used Cars
said. "This is why many independent We Rent Fertiliser Spreoders
10 hard hit year, the latest available
hours. Especially of the were blown downUnrelated previous 72-hour period on the Junior Clvlnettes. Tok.n On CodHoc! Trod.*
the Fort White area, camp show a staggering increase companies are not 224 N.W. 8th Ph.. 378-0476
was 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301
to the storm, an record. She plans to attend the University -
They justdon't
where around 600 services of 11.5 per cent over the same more.
FPL spokesman said the com- of Georgia where she
believe that
they can
1972. GLASS
were interrupted.
pany was asking consumersto will study medical technology. sell it the "
at Increased cost.
& According to several local
Florida Power Light reported conserve power Tuesday SERVICE MENMarine .
only spotty damage in because two of its genera- Fev. Levy Lennon, pastor service station managers,this Another problem, according POWELL'S LIDDELL
the Bradford-Kingsley Lake tors, one 400 megawatt unit of Mt. Zion AME Church, increase can be contributed to John Torode, is the tank- Beauty Academy
area, with no damage estimate at Sanford, and another unit Pvt. Carlton M. will give the invocation and directly to the newer cars er charter. Presently all car- Glass
", available. at Turkey Point below Miami Broome, son of Mr. and benediction Sunday for bac- and their emission controls. go must be shipped from the Learn a Profession In Your Company
High winds were reportedin Mrs. James M. Broome of While the government claims refineries by American Char-
were down. Officials hoped calaureate. Rev. George L. Spar. Tim. Full or Part "Gloss For Every Purpose"
the Camp Blanding area, that the trouble would be Hampton, has completed advanced Harper, pastor of the First only a 6 per cent decreasein ter tankers, but this country Time Store Fronts Mirrors
Infantryman trainingat United Methodist Church of mileage, many models are hasn't built a tanker in years.
the Marine Corps Baseat Starke, will give the Invo- only getting 9 to 10 miles 219 N.W. 10 th. 378-2766 Tub Enclosures Showers
Camp Pendleton, Califor cation per gallon, compared to 15 "While presently its abouta Furnitures Tops Gloss
1970 four day deal to ship the
on models.
301 DRIVEINShow nia.A 1971 graduate of Gainesville Monday night.In And with the shortage now, fuel from the refineries to Replaced
High School, Gainesville, case of rain the cere- no relief is in sight. a local port, the tankers are El ECTRIC NEW.LOCATION
monies will be moved insideto According to local bulk dealer running 8-10 days behind sche-
he joined the Marine CorpsIn 1228 So. Main Gainesville
Begins At Sundown November 1972. the BUS auditorium. John Torode, "I don't seo dule," added Torode. "The Motor Repair Co.
any improvements in the next refinery may have plenty of Of Gainesville. Inc. 372.8191 -372-1102
few weeks and 1 don't believe fuel, but they can't get it
ANIELS DE I'M IONNA iJ)1 : School MoneyFrom that things will ever to the storage areas." RepairingR.winding New And Used PICTURE FRAMES
be the
BBTMYBON P ( Page 1)) same. Some companies have been 2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372-8318 Creative
..\ FLORIDATHEATRE "Things are going to be forced to go back to barges, 'Custom,
AND... \ 1 wait until 1974, Temple in- tight right on. You'll be able which have only 1/3 the capacity MOVERS homing
dicated. to buy gas, but you might
of American tankers
Hot-Blooded Dura Another high priority building have to go up the street to but take twice as long. Long Distance Moving A j 1
item is relighting, lower- another station rather than Personal
Machines Yes, the fuel shortage is Storage Packing
Ing ceilings, and Installingnew the one you normally go to." Teuth:
and NHopped here and it appears that it Crating Shipping
heating and cooling equipment While many say that the Oval Mat Prints Original
UpWomen I 1P Showtime Weekdays 7:00 In Starke and South- big companies created their will not go away overnight. Free Estimates Call Etching
angel I side Elementary Schools. own shortage for profit, To- Wildlife Drawings
L'w' Sunday 3:00 Saturday:o 0(' Temple would like to finda rode says that everyone is "The companies have been 372.4366 373. 610

COLOR H[ ] {(r1I COLOR [!] solution to getting through at fault. warning several the politicians," stated To-for 200 N.E. 16th. 3731 W. Univ.
another winter with the "The is that years
Sat &. Sun pre- big problem rode. "But they were still
sent systems so that projectcan there are not enough refin- MUSIC
able to at 23 centsa
Fri & Sat Hinmouni Htiu'ei' rresenaALISTAIR"-"" be included in the state eries and the problem Is not buy gas Van Service, Inc.:
gallon during a price war,
I bonding program. That will going to be cleared up over- G'v.lle.
3540 N.E. Waldo Rd.
and Just would not listen." BALDWIN
be explored, the superintendent night, said the local deal-
MdCLEAN'SKAR indicated this week. er. "It takes three to four 372-4271
Chairman Hall terms the years to build one. "There PIANOS ORGANS
Sun & Mon SE and SS problem a priority hasn't been a refinery drawnup AUTO SALES SERVICE
IS item. He says the school and completed iu: the last Know Someone In A A BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS
board has promised that five years. We've tried to t GMS., INC.
SupeECoOI6Wildff something will be done at build them, but no one wants '?
THC KCf the elementary schools and them in their back yard. Ev- eLOUNT
doesn't see how the board erybody is afraid of pollu- $t01g't MUSIC Co.
I can fall to take some action tion."
before another winter. Last According to Torode, one C'villa Shopping Can.
Plus winter parents at Southslde possible solution is the Alas- A Factory Authorized 372-5351
Ii complained when their chil- kan pipeline, but Congresshas Hove them call the CRISIS Pon.''oe
dren had to to unheated to act the matter SalesPartsService
go yet on or"
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1 truth about the Temple is placing on the all the way by ecologists. night, 804 SW 2nd Ave. 3722583CAMPER
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a June 6 meeting agenda a resolution Further increasing the fuel For help with a variety of I SALES & SERVICE Klrky'i' ....n. Hunt
r ) passion slaves of necessary for the shortage is industry which ife's problems. t..lr t St-ppflts, I.c.f .
county to participate in the has changed from coal to crude
\' 1835 New Orleans state bonding program.Joyce oil and now to diesel fuel in I DIAL 1-800- I f-- Authorized Dealers
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Saturday, June 2.
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P.g.6 TELEGRAPH May 31, 1973

. LA WTEY' Hampton Odor Being CheckedA
By Elllob.thT.rry o o o a.eA, ,

30 day odor test on Na- So far, the only place he's plant has abated. Anythingsome the chairman said.

CHURCH SCHEDULESAND afternoon. Mrs. P. L. Din- Miss Sheila Ellxson of Worthington Wilkison, Sr. Jonal Protein's rendering smelling anything Is at tho people smell Is attri- He cited one example Hamp of.

ACTIVITIES kins went home with Mr. and Springs on Sunday. Mrs. Ernest Wells returned plant at Hampton is being car plant Itself "and that's not buted to the rendering plant, three men fishing so on evident
Grace United Methodist Mrs. Paul Dinkins and Da- Mr and Mrs. A. Bennie home Sunday after spending ried out by Sanitarian Jack bad." ton. Odor became wanted to give
Church Sunday School 9:45 vid on Sunday. On Thursday, Wainwright, Jr., and Miss three weeks with her son and Trawick on Instructions from that one finally startedto
a.m. Worship Services, 11a.m. they treated their mother to Lissle Starling, of Jacksonville daughter-in-law and sons, of the Bradford County Com- Trawick Is using a check- up fishing, and
and 8 p.m. MYF Sunday nightat a trip to Disney World at were guests of her Huntsville, Ala. mission. list with three categorles- Cancer Fund the rendering plant com-
6:30 followed by Choir Mrs. Elsie Norman, Miss Elizabeth non-odor, smells, obnoxious. plain. But on the way they
Orlando. Last Sunday all of daughter, Terry wasa commission
Purpose of the lie Is also keeping track of the odor was coming
Practice. found
the with Mr. last Thursday. Thursday overnight guest of Nears Goal
them spent
that body a chicken farm
Grace United Methodist and Mrs. Horace Cox of San- M. M. Jordan would like the her sister, Mrs. C. E.Strick- Is to give prevailing weather conditionsand from a nearby ,
Church served a covered dish that of for recommending for or against wind direction.His Grow A not the rendering plant.At .
ta Fe Lake. Mrs. P. L. Din- people of Lawtey to know land, Gainesville. Their permanent operating
supper at the church at he is not resigning as Chiefof cousin, Edgar Jones, of Coral a
kins remained for a longer to the Air and Wa report will be given to County
I 6 p. m, Sunday. A missionary visit and Mrs. Cox broughther Police. Gables, but formerly of license Pollution Control BoardIn the commission at its next The 1973 Bradford has that point the board a-
film from Ecquador home of Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harris Lawtey in 1909, was their ter Jacksonville. The com- regular meeting, scheduled for Cancer Fund campaign greed to have Sanitarian Jack

was shown telling of the Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Scott and daughter of Raiford dinner guests on Friday eve- mission has been granted by June 4.The reached a total of $2,508.53and few hun- Trawick drive to the plantto
work being done for the Indians and family of Tampa, spent visited their parents, Mr. and ning. They brought Miss Ter- AWPC the courtesy of lis- rendering plant came is now within a of check out the odor
of Its quota
About 60 dred dollars
of that area. Mrs. Hewitt Brice, Sunday home afterwards. for
Sunday afternoon with their ry tening to the county's recom- In for discussion at commis- situation a 30-day
than $3,000.
persons were present. Mr. and Mrs. Jack afternoon. when more period. That will en-
cousins mendation before Issuance of sion's May 7 meeting chair-
Miss Lillian Stump,
Clarence Dobbs of Sanderson BIRTHDAY PARTY the board to make
Kuhne and family.Mr. Hampton Commissioner Ed- able
Highland Baptist Church- and Mrs. Sumpter Har- was a dinner guest of Craig Wise and Kenny Nor- a license. die Allen said he Is still receiving man of the business district had, recommendation to the Air
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Wor- ley, Mrs. Elvie Reddish and his brother and sister-in-law, man celebrated their first "What I've found so far complaints about the announced that $1,261.42 and Water Pollution Control
ship Services, 11 a.m. and Miss Arthurlne Blanchard attended Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs, birthdays with a party on Sat- hasn't been so bad," Sanitarian plant, although not as manyas been raised In that contributed area,while In Board about renewing the ren-
7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting, the funeral of Mrs. on Saturday. urday at the home of their Trawick says after two before. Allen said he had $1,001.61 was with dering plant's operating per-
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. followed Sympathy of the commun- grandmother and of checking four points, the residential
Effie Howe of Lakeland, for- great- weeks received "three other com- mit. AWPC as agreed to con-
by Choir Practice. merly of Lawtey] at Jones ity Is extended to the rela- grandmother, Mrs Purvis the plant Itself and three pointsIn plaints besides myself" in father James Cregan In the as sult the county commission
tives of Mrs. Effie Miner, Brown.A the surrounding area. Tra- chairman, and $235
funeral home in Starke on the past month. Mrs. prior to issuing plant a
CUB SCOUTS Monday.Mr. of Leesburg,formerly of Law- decorated birthday cake, wick said he checks at a dif- black community with permanent operating permit,
The Lawtey Cub Scouts meet and Mrs. Maines Grlf tey, who passed away on Saturday bearing both their names, cen- ferent point each day. "Do you check all those Frances Jenkins as chairman. and has Indicated to the boardIt
every Monday afternoon at fis and family and Mr. and Her funeral was held tered the table, with a 8Tf'l complaints out to see if they're Some contributions from Law- will use a succession of
the home of E. D. (Skeet) in Jones Funeral Home In decorator cake on either side nThTrTmTHRIFT valid?" Chairman Ralph Bryan tey and Hampton were also short term permits until the

Marling, who Assistant Cub Mrs. Virgil GriffIs and family Starke on Monday. for each of them "to do as asked. included in the residential to- odor problem Is solved.
Master. Any boys eight years of PalatKa were dinner Mrs. Robert McClellan and they pleased with." They ate SHOP "No, I've got too weak a tal.Contributions
old, or who have finished the guests of their mother, Mrs. son, Jeff, are visiting her pa- the candy, and left the cake! Grace United Methodist stomach to do more than ride are still being Se"eeae
2nd Grade will be eligible to Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy rents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Henley After opening their gifts, cake Thrift Shop will have a half by," Allen replied, jokingly. accepted and may be giv- PAYROLL ENVELOPES,
Join. If interested, phone 782- Boch and Lynn, on Sunday. of Joplin, Mo. and ice cream were servedto price sale on all Items Sat- Bryan said the board needs en to any of the chairmen Bradford County Telegraph.Ph. .
3992. Denver Godwin of Palm Mrs. Fred Moore spent Sun- the 16 youngsters attend- urday, June 2, from I to 6 some Indication it can dependon named above Miss Stump 964-6305.

Springs, Calif., visited his day afternoon with her hus- ing. p.m. as to whether odor at the said.
PERSONALS brother-in-law and sister, band, who is still in Metho-
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Net- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice, dist Hospital, Jacksonville.

tles of Daytona, Mr. and Mrs. on Saturday. They plan to bring him homeon OGAAfTTfSr

James Padgett and Jessie, Mr and Mrs. H. L, Bar- Monday. ,, 'oo r .r., master charge] ii nr.o u
Ethel Richardson of Jacksonville field went on a short vaca- Lamar Priest of Parsippa- .
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry tion and fishing trip to Lake ny, N. J. spent the weekend :

Padgett and grandchildren, George Thursday to Saturday.The with his parents, Mr. and NYMN
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Padgettand Christian Fldelis Sun- Mrs. Hubert Priest. !

Shirley, Mrs. Pete Wy- day School Class of Wesley Mrs. Myra Rafuse went to
resdlck and girls, Mrs. Laura United Methodist Church of Fort Myers on Thursday fora CAMP BUYS &SUMMER BARGAINS

Manning, Louis Manning, and Jacksonville were guests at visit with her brother and ,<#6F
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Padgettand the home of Mr. and Mrs. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. '

Mr. Ricky and Mrs., all of Albert Lake Bennettand Wales, George Saturday.Kelly Forty-five for; a cookouton guests Albert Mrs. Davis.H. C. Wainwright wasa ON SALE THURS., FRI. &. SAT. SAVE 12 % TO: 42%

family, and Mr.aandMrs. were present.We Friday overnight guest of OMN 7 DAYS

Freddie Peterson and family are happy to announce her daughter, Mrs. Patricia
of Seville, Mr. and Mrs. that James Phillips of Starke, Sanders, of Jacksonville. She
Eugene Taylor and girls, Mr. son of Mrs. 0, J. Phillipsof attended a dance recital at the
and Mrs. Marcus Grlffis and has been
Lawtey, promoted -
Civic Auditorium, In which Men'sFamous
girls, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nor- to the position of Cor- :
her granddaughters, Denise, I
man and sons, Mrs. James rectional Officer: Chief at the
Lisa and Cathy participated.Mr. t
Norman and boys, all gathered reception and medical centerin LEA GAF
E. W. Williams
and Mrs. -
at the home of Mr. and Lake Butler.M. Blue Levis
and Hal of Wellborn,
Mrs. Harry Wllkerson on Sun- M. Jordan flew to New :
day for a family reunion and York to visit his brother, are camping and fishing this 5 Vf =
week on Kingsley Lake. They
dinner. Raymond E. Jordan, who is Lean, hip hug- 'MumviccosiiA10W4Q
Coleman Phillips, Mrs. O. in a cancer hospital In Buf- fish brought fish with and their enjoyed uncle a gong Tough <*?- ) fajj
J. Phillips, and Mrs. Billy falo, N. Y. He spent from supper Hubert f fabric for long V MOTOR OIL/
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. -
Gaskins and daughter attended Wednesday to Monday with er wear. Double
Priest. v-"---TVssfi -*-* ? stitched thru MMl PIUS.
Homecoming at Hope Bap- *
him.Mr. Casey Dobbs, Jr., of Jacksonville w*}* HMWMVAlberto
tist Church at Theresa on and Mrs. Paul Grif- Men s, Boys'or out. Bortacked
Sunday.Mr. fis visited their son and daugh- visited his grand- at pol
and Mrs. Jack Kuhne ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. parents,He Mr. and Mrs.of Arlle the Youths' Basketball Sneakers strain.IFn ors 31" X 16" X 12" Foot Lockers 1 Qt. Eagle
Dobbs. spent part 'ShrmktoFit'styling. ,
were Monday overnightguestsof James Griffis and daughterin VO5Hair
their brother-in-law and Jacksonville N. C. fora time fishing on Kingsley Lake Sturdy canvas uppers, in white and colors Sizes Blue or black metal. Rigid construction 10W40 Motor Oil
sister Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mrs. Burney Dobbs of Jacksonville Full cushion innersole and non-slip soles 29 to 38. with fitted inner troy, hasp style lock and Spray-20oz.
week. spent Thursday with Boys ao4.6' Youths' 10"2-2' Men's 7.12 two handles. Nickel plated hardware. Factory t approved. GMFord'All ''
Mobley, in Tampa.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mobleyof
her in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. weather blend. Lubricates (Value $1.95)LIMIT )
and Mrs. Horace Cox Tampa, spent the weekend Arlie Dobbs. SAVE 26% SAVE 2.00 better, lasts longer _3
of Waldo, and Mr. and Mrs. with their brother-in-law and
H. E. Jonesof
Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Dinkins and David, of sister, Mr. and Mrs Jack
West Palm Beach, spent
St. Augustine, spent Mothers Kuhne and family. Other
with Mrs.
Day with their parents, Mrs.P. guests were their sister, Mrs. Tuesday Bryant .

L. Dinkins, and Mr. and Nannette Hughes, and daugh- Reddish.Bennie Wllkison HI and Geneva -
MT'. Carl Carter. Charles ter of Green Cove.. .. Springs,
Dt ins and P. M. Barefoot, on Sunday. Sunday, of with Jacksonville their grandparents. spent- FANTASTIC CAMPING BUYS! Men's Ponchos) Men'slpgrr.Gr

of ,Starke, came during the Lynn Boch was a guest of With Hood
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. i Cotton
Eagle "D" Cell Batteries EatIO 3-Pc.; AM Pocket Radios
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May 31, 1973 TELEGRAM Paa 7

I Legal NoticesNOTICE HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy SENIOR CITIZENS Cosmotology -RegistrationSet I

June 4.5
OF APPLICATIONFOR certificates shall be redeemed BIRTHDAY GREETINGS: Josephine Fontaine ,
TAX DEED according to law the May 29th was the birthday .,'.. :"\ ', !,' rt; Registration for the 1973- will complete high school before -

Sec. 194.16 F. S. property described in such of Terry Anzaldi. She was 9 report on the fire dept. Bradford-Union Area Vocational taking the State Board
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN certificate or certificates years old and celebrated with Zoning laws were discussed ',W \ Technical Center exam. .
that MR. B. B. ROWLANDthe be sold to the highest bidderat a party of 10 children. They and the Council will geta 111 Cosmetology- class will be The class will begin July
holder of the following the court house door on enjoyed games and Ice cream copy of the Bradford Coun-
Centeron 9. Hours from 8:20
June 4 and 5 at the are ajn.
certificates has filed said certificates Monday in Month of June, and cake. Terry is the daugh- ty Zoning Laws. Mr. Curtis North Orange Street in to 3:20 p.m. Monday through
for a tax deed to 1973 which is the 25th day ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- asked the Council to adopta Friday. All regular school

be Issued thereon. The cer- of June, 1973. neth Croll.MEETINGS. resolution to get Highway Starke.Cosmetology training is a- holidays are observed.The .
tificate numbers and yearsof Dated this 21st day of May 227 to 100. It was broughtto vailable to all adults over following items are
Issuance the description 1973.Gilbert a vote and passed. Mr. have needed for registration
who :
18 of
of the properly, and the names S. Brown, Clerk Ladles Auxiliary of The Hardy will draw up the res- years school the L Proof of educationletter -
completed high or
Beulah M.Moody DC Volunteer Fire Dept.will meetat let
In which It was assessed are By olution. Council agreed to the from school or diploma.

10th grade or
Clerk of Circuit Court of the Fire House Monday
follows: Mr. Tri is have some pipe
as Cosmetology is also a- 2. Health card (blood test
Certificate No. 73. Year of Bradford, County Florida evening, June 4, at 8 p.m. he wanted. school and chest )
vailable to high sen- x-ray
1971Description 5/24 4t 6/14 The adles Council of the CORRECTION: Mr. and anypb
Issuance who 3. Citizen of the United
iors, 16 years of age,
Christian Church
of Property: Hampton Mrs. Jasper Byrd's new baby States or have declared intent -
Lot 5 of Blk 3 In Plnehav- NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR will meet at the church June girl has been named Melissa to become a citizen.
en S/D. Sec 29, T-6-S R- TAX DEED 6, at 7:15: p.m. Ann instead of Susan Diane. .Ow 4. 6 passport type photos.
Senior Citizens will have meet Tuesday June 5, to
22-E.Name In which assessed: Sec. 194.16, F.S. their regular meeting Friday FRIENDS & NEIGHBORSWe Charles Simchera and Lucy At the last meeting, it review our past work and 5.6. Registration$5 order fee of payableto $3.00.
NOTICE money
HARLOW TRESCOTT.All HEREBY Bradfordthe GIVEN evening at 7:30. would like to offer our Tucker (above), members was decided to hold the club's plan for the next quarter. the State Board of Cos-
that The of
of said property beingIn County sympathy to Mrs. Studer of the Senior Citizens Club annual luncheon at the Pratt Treasurer Emma Morton'sbooks for non-refundable
holder of the following Held over from last week:)) last married 30 will be audited and metology
the County of Bradford, whose son passed away were on April Street Recreation Center. advance examination fee.
certificates has filed said cer in the courthouse we will meet at her home.A .
State of Florida. week. county by Chicken, fish, and shrimp
tificates for tax deed to be CITY Approximate cost of the
a Stewart Tax Collector J.R. project was conducted
Unless such certificate or Council held Mrs. Wilma Curtis of Kelly. box luncheon will be servedas
issued thereon. The certificate City was Miss is visiting her All members of the club the members in grading our National and course: Registration $3
ordered by
certificates shall be redeemed 8 ,
Instead May
numbers and of May 15 Training Items $80.
according to law the pro- Ma- son and family Mr. and Mrs. offer their congratulationsand from a local restaurant. Des- State Senators and Represen-
It by
the of as was postponed For additional Informationor
issuance description wish them much tatives as to their work in
described in such cer- Ted Curtis and children. happi- sert and coffee will be pro-
perty the property, and the namesin yor Hill. All Council mem- week's of Mr. ness. All general, but especially in appointment to register
tificate or certificates Mil and Dud- guest vided by the club. members -
which It was assessed areas bers were present their'attitude and supportof phone Starke 964-8275.
and Mrs. William Jordan were I asked to bring
be sold to the highest bidderat are
Attorney was
follows: ley Hardy, City --
the court house door on Certificate No. 59. Year of also present. Mayor Hill came Bob and Pauline Thornton and as he had been out of sev- their own cup.Members legislation concerning thou-
Mike and Tim Jordan, all of will meet at 11:30on : senior citizens. Thirty
Monday In Month of June 1973, My Neighbors
Issuance 1966.Description. In later. eral meetings due to. an op-
ballots have been distributed -
which Is the 25th day of June of Property: Mr. Trisler presented Mar- Miami. Pauline is Mr. Jordan's eration. Two new memberswere June 12, with the lunch- throughout the State

1973. 1 Lot 50' N&S by 50' E&WIn shal Parker with the old City mother, and Mike and welcomed, Mr. and Mrs. eon starting at 12 noon. the Congress of Senior
Dated this 21st day of May SW Cor of Sl/4 of NWI/4 gun, that they had repaired.It Tim are his brothers. of Eugene Taylor and two visi- We have had confirmationfor to Green by Citizens of Florida to be b:' r6':
Margaret Jefferson bus trip
1973.Gilbert of NWI/4 E of RR Sec 35, still doesn't work right, visited tors were also welcomed,Mr. our Randall marked In grading these men 1e-
Jacksonville, her mother Cove Springs from
S.Brown Clerk ,
T-5-S R-22-E. but the Marshal has a new and Mrs. Hershel Parker. We
Beulah M. Moody D.C. Mrs. Lucille Perry, !and Davis recreation director. good, fair poor and bad. r t; -'
By Name in which assessed: gun and doesn't need the old hope they will decide to Join. Results of this poll will ro
Clerk of Circuit Court of her great grandmother, Mrs. Details of this event will [
LACY After the business meeting ,
be published in the newsletter.
one.The Zena Jones.BIRTHDAYS be discussed at the next
Bradford County Florida All of said property beingin meeting was called to Happy Birthday was sung by We believe this is lFad t

5/24 4t 6/14 the County of Bradford,, order at 8:36: p.m. The old the group to Bill Maxwelland meeting.It was good to see honor- a good move, as it will ., ... ,
business was the drainage situation Mrs. Lucy McCunnigle, '"
State of Florida. May 7th Mrs. Evelyn Po- member, Alex Morton, familiarize senior citizens -
.NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Unless such. certificate or and they are waiting well. May 12th Mrs. Lucille who was also a visitor. All with ary us again. He had a and others with the names -
TAX DEED certificates shall be redeemed for some papers to be no- Perry. enjoyed cake and punch and bad upset recently but is of their elected officials. I
Sec. 194.16 F. S. according to law the property tarized. Two culverts have then all played bingo. Mrs. now showing signs of com- Our next Meeting will be -
NOTICE ISIIEREBY GIVEN described in such cer- been put in needed places SENIOR CITIZENSThe Belle Brown won the double plete recovery. We hope June 12th at 11:30 a.m., PrattSt. q.-
that MR. B. B. ROWLANDthe tificate or certificates will Stop signs were fixed that regular meeting of the bingo and Mrs. Eugene Tay- that allot our sick mem- Rec. Hall. We will
holder of the following be sold to the highest bidderat had been knocked down. Theyare Senior Citizens of Hamptonwas lor won the door prize. Next bers will be able to attend all have an enjoyable day. "AlriplU: 111 !,:o-but next
certificates has filed said cer- the court house door on still trying to find a map held May 18. All wel- meeting will be the first Fri- the next meeting.The lime 111 complain directlyto
tificates for a tax deed to Monday in Month of June,1973 of the City, so that they can comed Buck Dennison back day in June at 7:30: p.m. Executive, Board will Joe Kerrigan your programmer!"
be Issued thereon. The cer- which is the 25th day of June get street names to put on
1973. the street signs. Mayor Hill
tificate numbers the description and years Dated this 21st day of May suggested that Clerk Bonnie
of Issuance : Clerk
1973. Trisler write the County
of the property and the namesIn
Clerk for Information about the
Gilbert S. Brown
It assessed areas
which was
By Beulah M.Moody,D.C signs. FOOD
follows: Clerk of Circuit Court of Council Chairman Glover EveryDayLowPrice fEvcryDayLowPricc]

Bradford County Florida. welcomed the members of the
Year of
No. 86.
Certificate 5/24 4t 6/14 community that attended the
Issuance 1971Description meeting and for new businesshe CENTER CUT ROSE DALESIRLOIN
of Property:
said that some were thereto FAIR
Com at NW Cor of swIor /4 NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR clear up the use of the 16.5oz CANS
NWI/4. Run S 506', for TAX DEED City Hall for recreation pur- CORN CREAM STYLE OR
FOB, S 358', E 510.6' to RR Sec. 194.16, F.S. poses.A WHOLE KERNEL pi
R/W N on W R/W 358', W NOTICE ISIIEREBY GIVEN,, request was read from SUPERMARKETSor

616', to POB, Sec 33.' T- that The County) of Bradfordthe the Ladles Auxiliary of the STEAKS 17oz CAN PEAS STARKE'S
6-S R-22-E. holder of the following Volunteer Fire Dept. to use
Name In which assessed: certificates has filed said cer- the City Hall once a month 320 S. WALNUT ST.
ESTELLA ELAINE ET AL tificates for tax deed to for the -- .
a for a dance Hampton .VCMVDAY LOW*MICRt OOOO T DIY..MIfl
Allot said property beingIn be Issued thereon. The certificate teenagers. The Auxiliary c' ,.. c, .. .MID..UMI oo.u.I..n Suit QUANTITY DODO THOU
the County of Bradford, numbers and years members will see that there $159 YOUR 6/l 10M",_""_'"0.

State of Florida. of issuance, the description are chaperones at all danc- IIID I M/n pfeUMf tO JCCWt
Unless such certificate or of the property, and the namesin es and that the hall is clean- CHOICE U.S.O.L FOOD IIIMPCOUPONS
certificates shall be redeemed which it was assessed are ed up after the dance.Charles

according to law the pro- as follows: Williamson, Edward Saxon and _
perty described in such certificate Certificate No. 93. Year of Miss Gall Saxon were spokesmen -

''j or certificates will Issuance 1966.Description. for the people that objected BONELESS CUT I BONELESS CHUCK I SLICED 1/4
.r be sold to the highest bidder of Property to dancing on their
at the court house door on Com 866', E & 30' N of religious beliefs 1't was discussed '
POT :/q;:: i LOIN
Monday In. Month of June, SW Cor of NWl/4 of SWI/4 that dancing was 'a ROUND i PORK

1973, which is the 25th day N 200', for POB, E 100', N form of recreation and that
of June 1973. 50' W 100', S 50', to POB, to cut that out would cut out CHOPSB9s
Dated this 21st day of May Sec 22-T-6-S, R-22-E. all forms of recreation, including STEAKS ROAST rll/e/rfl/

1973.Gilbert Name in which assessed: showers suppers and
S. Brown Clerk ACCEPTANCE CORP. parties of all kinds. Several
By Beulah M. Moody D.C OF STUART. residents have lived here from t i 2 TO
,., i
Clerk of the Circuit Court
All of said property beingin 1917 and they have $118 3 LBPKG.
of Bradford County, Florida the County of Bradford, dances in the City Hall In $149

5/24 4t 6/14 State of Florida. their younger years.Mr.Cur U.S. :: I .
Unless such certificate or tis made a motion to bring
NOTICE OF APPLICATION certificates shall be redeemed this to a vote, Mr. Dennison EveryDayLowPrice
FOR TAX DEED according to law the pro- seconded It, and the motion EvcryDayLowPrice EvcryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice

Sec. 194.16 F. S. perty described in such cer- carried, with Mr Tris- wrt' FRESH TENDERGROUND POT BEEF
NOTICE ISIIEREBY GIVEN, tificate or certificates will ler being the only objector.Mr. CHUCK
that MR. B. B. ROWLANDthe be sold to the highest bidderat Trisler then made a mo- CHUCKROAST ROAST LIVER
holder of the following the court house door on tion to stop all recreation and STEAKS ldia
certificates has filed said certificates Monday in Month of June use the City Hall only for City;
for a tax deed to 1973, which is the 25th day business meetings. The mo-
be Issued thereon. The certificate of June 1973. tion died for lack of a'se- 3 LSS UPI
numbers and yearsof Dated this 21st day of May, cond. ldrio OVER
issuance the description The City Council trying to
of the property and the namesIn 1973.Gilbert S. Brown Clerk be fair and realizing peopleof PACKER'S LABEL
which it was assessed are By Beulah M. Moody DC many religious faiths live 126 COUNT IPantry REGULAR GRIND |
as follows: Clerk of Circuit Court of and pay taxes in Hampton,
of Bradford County, Florida voted to let the children have Pantry Pride j I Pr.deORELECTRICPERK I 9" PAPER
Certificate No.9. Year 5/24 4t 6/14 their dances, with the mo-
Issuance 1971.Description. tion being made by Mr. Cur-
of Property: tis and seconded by Mr. Dennison I COFFEE PLATES
NE1/4 of NCI/4 Ex Par210', the only objector again TEA BAGS I
SQ on E Line N of Hwy[ 225 being Mr. Trisler.
& SI/2 of NE1/4 Sec 10, T- NOW J. J. Wadsworth asked the
7-S R-21. Council for better police pro- rrrnur rirmul I WHITE C

Name in which assessed: PLAYING tection, as one man cannotbe 31rrslrrra I LB (1 150 88EveryDayLowPrke
J. D. ODOM, JR. everywhere 24 hours a COUNT
All of said property beingin BAG I
the County of, Bradford, NIGHTLY! day.There was a discussion a- BOX

State of Florida. bout changing to the Mayor- __
"Sonny& Help's a Com(
Unless such certificate or Commissioner type govern- m EvcryDayLowPrkcswiu BonusBuy EveryDayLowPrke B EveryDayLowPrkeHIISM
certificates shall be redeemed .bringing you the ment. Mr. Trisler made the __
according to law the pro- newest sounds from motion to change secondedby MIUOW U.V NO. I f ANCV FANCY RED LAUCI JUICY HARDWOOD

perty described In such cer- rock. Mr. Curtis and passed. Golden RipeBANANAS YELLOWCORN Hard RipeTOMATOES CALIFORNIALEMONS CHARCOALBRIQUETTES
tificates will be sold to the country The next step will be to find
highest bidder at the court "They can play anything' out what legal steps have to
house door on Monday in by request." be taken to complete it.
Month of June, 1973 whichIs Eugene Taylor a new resident 48
the 25th day of June, 1973. ENTERTAINMENT of Hampton requestedthat ___
Dated this 21 day of May _6 NIGHTS A WEEK the dump be closed as

1973. j-EVERY WEDNESDAY"! the property he bought is by PET RITZ FROZEN i KRAFT i JUNE BOY FRESH
Gilbert S. Brown the dump and the files and
By Beulah M. Moody,D.C. I IS IiPANCE I IBobby's odors are almost unbear BARBOUESAUCE ; KOSHERDILLS

Clerk of Circuit Florida Court of : .CONTEST. _NIGHT. j I able. There was some discussion CREAMPIES ;
Bradford County and Mr. Glover said
5/24 4t 614NOTICE that they would try and get I
the County to cover the part
OF APPLICATIONFOR at that was giving trouble. Mr.
TAX DEED DennIson said he thought the ASSORTED VARIETIES 1 REOULARHICKORY OR HOT4l 1 tlfllllfIl

Sec 194.16, F. S. Hideaway members of the Council shouldgo 1 rronrr 1 lfllltlnnnsy
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- and look at the dump as 1 Urrrue' 1 79ctir'

EN, that The County of Bradford 301 North Woldo it really was a mess. 140 I 18 or 39 C I HALF
the holder of the following 'lnrlrcfr,
certificates has filed said Fire Chief Phillips gave a 1 JAR 1

certificates for a tax deed __
to be Issued thereon. The .88 558 a 5T B 5 '5T T5T5"5'a'5'5'5 t Every DayLowPrkiLIBBY'S EveryDayLov*Price

certificate numbers and years _Every
of Issuance, the descriptionof HELP WANTEDNo LYKES S3 KING SIZEBREAD
the property and the namesin PORK & VIENNASAUSAGE

as which follows it: was assessed are Experience Necessary, Steady Work, I COCKTAIL BEANS

Certificate No. 94. Year of Fringe BenefitsAPPLY .

Issuance 1966.Description. 2'* S/$1 249IvcryOaytowPrk
of Property: AT CANS*
Commence 866', E & 30',
N of SW Cor of NWl/4 N
250', E 200', for FOB E 100', I NATIONAL PROTEIN INC. :
, N 50', W 100', S 50', to POB Iweryleyt.owPrlcc I."Deyl.owPrlcc IMt'YDeyLowllrtce I s ryyloYrPela MryOtylowMraSTVll
, Sec 22, : dnypaTlowRks C."OM..IO PANTRY PRIDE Pantry ....01.
In OR Bk 25-485 I Road 21 Hampton Fla. rANTIT MIOIait '
Name in which assessed: TISSUE KETCHUP MILK .... xi CM*
8:00 A.M.'TO 5:00 P.M. OIL

. in All the of County said property of Bradford; being, An Equal Opportunity Employer 4;. 39' T4 48' :;' 79' ;::.:.3/39/ Q.SSK" 49 10 45c .

State of Florida.
Unless such certificate or

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to trgrtSweetest _

The Strawberries This Side of Heaven

Page TELEGRAPH May 31,1973

BHS VarsityDownsFavored

Cunningham Gulf Seniors 14-6

Earns Second Title

After two weeks of poor Senior -vs- Varsity football "We started out strong, but score In the first half as back, doing a good Job of
practice, Bradford High grid- game. then had two weeks when we several drives stalled deepIn both blocMiw: and catching the
In Memorial Tourney'Cunningham ders ended their spring drillson "The win Friday night over didn't do much of anything. senior territory, Includingone ball. Early Chandler and
winning note Friday nightas the seniors concluded a good This last week was good again which ended with a tum- Dwight Barber both showed
they came from behindto spring," said Head Tornado and Friday night con- ble on the 12-yard line. At great Improvement Friday
Gulf made It two 3. Lawtey collected 26 base ed a trophy for hitting the upset the heavily favored David lIurse, "But one which firmed this." halftime, the seniors led 6- night."
:years straight Sunday afternoon hits In the easy romp. most home runs, 5. seniors 14-6 in the annual had Its ups and downs. The varsity was., unable to. 0 after quarterback Eddie Ha- With one run of more than
by downing Gainesville ---- zen scored on a bootleg from 40 yards, the Head Tornado
Wilbur Waters, who car- 1 1J
10 yards out. Reddishas
remain undefeated highlighted Tommy
Tire 117 to -
and win the Baldwin Chev- ried the big stick for Law- In the third quarter the var- the game's outstanding run-
rolet-Olds Memorial Day tey, was the tournament'sbatting sity came back to score on ner of the night and pointedout
Softball Tournament.The champ with eight hits 3 a1 a 10-yard sprint by quarter- that Friday night was the
in 11 trips for a .727 aver- back Charlie Green after he first time this spring that
defending champs out- age. Ken Carlton, of Cunning- was unable to find an open
hit the losers 17-9 In the ham Gulf, was also present- receiver. The extra-point put Reddish had been at full
championship game and it was the varsity on top 7-6. speed.
only Gainesville's outstanding "Charlie Green was very
defensive performance that The game's outcome remained good at faking and threw the
kept the game as close as It ToughGulf In doubt until the ball well," commented Coach
fourth quarter when Terry Hurse. "He Just did an all-
was.Cunningham opened the Hayes scored on an eight- around good Job at quarter-
tournament with an easy 9-4 yard pass from Green. The back."
win over Harry's of St. Augustine boot was again good to makeIt Seven other varsity grid-
but then struggled 14-6 and to put the game ders played with the seniorsto
through with a slim 13-12 decision out of reach. lend a hand and four potential -
over Ormond Beach LeadsCunningham Coach Hurse had nothingbut starters, Tim Crews.
and a 7-6 win over D&H of praise for the varsity play- Ricky Hall, Larry Shermanand
Gainesville. G maintained ers, but especially for the Don Loper didn't play
Saturday the champs again its lead In Men's Softball playas play of Terry Hayesand Steve due to Injuries.All .
had a struggle, finally com- by rallying, to score five register, both of whom play flankers and split ends
off with 6-5 over
ing a
funs In the sixth Inning Tues- both While the coaches
Wilson of St. Augustine.Ken ways. played, switching off every
Carlton paced the local day night In downing Bald- haven't seen the game two plays as Coach Hurse
team with a lo-for-14per- win Chevrolet-Olds, 11-8. films, Coach Hurse said that tried to play every one and
formance and five home runs. Baldwin was leading the both Gary Wallace and Tom- maintain his theme of depth.
Terry Hardee also had 10 game 8-6 before Cunning- my Edwards evidently did good This spring the Tornadoeshave
hits In 18 trips to the plate ham's big rally. Gulf addedan Jobs at strong tackle along with worked hard In tryingto
and Billy Sanford collected extra run In the seventh Chuck Norton at weak side put depth Into the football
11 hits in 20 appearances. Just for good measure as Ken tackle. team and according to Hurse,
Gainesville Tire in Carlton hit his second homer Award winning athletes recognised at this year's Top row ((1.r) were Curtis White, AbU William, AU "Our pass protection was they have succeeded In most
finishing of the night. MelvIn and Carl outstanding," Hurse said, instances. With the good playof
second, lost its opening Bradford High All-Sports Banquet were (front row vaughn Golden, Vernon Barber Gary
Johnny Griffls threo-for- "And I was very pleased with the defensive backs Fri-
game 10-6 to Waldo before three paced the winners, witha L-R); Malachi Henry, Stuart Strickland, sweetheart Rlh.ord. the defensive play of Sheldon day night, It looks as if the
posting of wins over Tony's Pizza home run, triple and a single. Connie Chasteen, Gary Blalock, and Danny McKlnney. Hodge and Dale Haas, along secondary can even be pla-
Macclenny, Baldwin Claude Hardee also hit with David McMillan, Elva tooned next year, accordingto
Chev-Olds, Waldo and Lee'sElectric one over the fence In the Hampton Mike Gaskins, Ron- Hurse.
of St. Augustine.Jack winning effort. 5 Athletic Team Cheerleaders nie Hall, Stuart Strickland, One area where the Tor-
Wilson of St. Augustine Gary Melvin led Baldwin s and James Aldridge. nadoes are lacking depth Is
finished In third place, with three hits. "Mike Perkins did a good on the offensive line.
while Lee's Electric was "Overall, the offensive line
Job at nose man and I was
fourth. Baldwin Chevrolet- has improved greatly this
Olds tied with Ormond Beach FIRST HAMPTON BAPTIST 3 13 Honored At AllSome -;Sports Banquet very Donnie pleased Sewell with at defensive the playof spring," Hurse said. "Theyare :
Optical for seventh place. a little better than we
tackle, added lIurse. Bruce
Second game of the night
Another local team, Law- saw First Baptist down win- 185 athletes, their Barnes looked good at full- (See Page 9))
tey Skating Rink went 1-2 for less Hampton 13-3 in a five and sports fans crowded parents quet and a surprise to the
the tourney, but had the dis- Inning affair. into the Starke Golf and audience and recipient alike,
tinction of scoring the most Randall McGee led the win- Country Club last Thursdayto was the presentation of a
runs and collecting the most ners with a three-for-four hear distance runnerBarryBrown plaque to Basketball Coach
hits In a single as they Great Ideas c.
game speak and to honor Mike Sexton for his work with
ripped GE of Gainesville 22- (S.. Page 9)) cage team during the recent
golf, weight lifting, track, ,, .
baseball, basketball teamsof hair and mustache crisis at
Bradford High School. BHS. Sexton's cagers over-

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home "Athletics gets people up players came the quitting ordeal and of went several on for the Great Outdoors
: off their seats and to participating to win the district basketball
," said Brown, a championship.The .
STARKE : champion long distance run- plaque was awarded to
ner who now works and trainsIn Sexton by Coach Steve Bu-
Phone 96 -fZOO
Gainesville. He Is one of
shore who extolled his fel-
Rental l the top steeple chase runnersin low coach as a man of high

Hospital Beds, Walkers, Whe 1 Chairs & Crutches. : weeks the ago United Brown States.ran a sub-Two calibre who fought to keep
four minute mile along with his team together against the
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS : Marty Liquor!, champion U..S toughest of odds.
Brown told the crowd how
: distance runner who is also
Phone 413-3176
he came to appreciate Amer-
: training in Gainesville.
I A special event at the ban- (See Page 9)) L ]

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Poe. 9

Varsity Wins (From he Is In a class all by himself Loper who has been
Page 8)) ," noted Redding. "No one dislocated out witha dye line whlcn is big this ..
j FaI had thought at the first of In this shoulder. Carter year by BHS standards has
"Finally there Is Terry area can match him Scott and Dale Haas.
spring practice."It Hayes (205)) in catching and blocking." In short had a very good spring prac- .j
at tight end and while it may be tice and has I
has a lot of potential Backing up Hayes is Don lacking In depth, the offen great potential
come fall.
but we need depth. L f
Lacking depth, the Torna-
does are, however blessed COOPEH'S
with more experience than NURSERY &
I at most positions with Terry
trI Hayes at tight end and Stove LANDSCAPING
Register at center. The only

two last year's starters.squad returning which from went 211 N. Temple Ave. (U.S. 301)) 964.8104


Chuck Norton ISO is the
third Tornado return from Blooming ...,
last year with game exper-
7lr ience. Norton, who played for Gloxinia
4I the Injured Dennis Crawford $2.98 Totem
ea Poles
| much of last year will be $1.98
I. starting at weak tackle after
being moved from guard near
the last of spring practice.
f "This Is the best that Chuck Caladium Annuals Peat
I M.mb.r* of th. winning has ever looked" commented
Kn..hng Cunningham Gulf t.am or. (|.R)' offensive line Coach Butch Humus 794
Dwight Eld.r, Johni" Redding. "He has 98 ea.
Johnson really
Claud. come 98i
Wayn. Harper Slbl.y and around." ea Bus Bag

StandingK.nn.th Carlton At weak guard Is Early
and Judy Cunningham Bu.hor., .Billy Jo Sanford, Lloyd Gllpln, Richard Chandler, a Junior backed up
) Ur. sponsors; Randall MeG... Terry HarJ.. and Fred Wh*. by John McCutchen. Accord- v"Hibiscus Conf. Pine 3 cu
e to Coach .
Redding, Chand- "
t.: JasmineS3.98 Hibiscus.
ler Is the best guard the Tor- Bark Ft
another 12 to 15 miles totaling nadoes have right now and !31 J
Banquet. IIca's around 140 miles per had some playing experience 119
(From Page 8)) week. Jack Bachelor another last year at line backer. $3.98 ea $1.79 $3.98
system of athletics after "I was UF distance runner runs 175 Anchoring the offensive line ea. ::1
visiting Russia In 1969 high school very" average In miles per week points out is Steve Register at 6-5 and
II. as a member of the U. S. Brown told the Brown. 205 pounds.
BUS Bike
track team. The USSR has an athletes. He started out "Most TrailNOW '
incentive as a 4-10 79-pound basketball distance runners do "Steve- was outstanding all OUR SERVICES 8It
k program even for that. It's not "
Player "not unusual said the way around Fridaynight,"
grade school really a threat o
/ young Brown He children inside." But Brown has stuck Brown. Redding said. "He did a good n2 b
says. Impressed
was l
I by the degree of with the running for 14 years Job last year but will be INCLUDE X
now and has gained the better this year as he has
petition done stoically no mat portunity to travel. op- It was ladies first when vastly Improved In quicknessand q'q
ter whether an athlete a
awards for Lot
superior athletic
chance that strength. Clearing
every high school
or loses. Families of win- performance began :
athlete has. Backing up Register will
ning athletes
are rewarded handed
out. Cheerleader g4
In college he CapS be Marlon Thornton and Mar- P
}a with more money a better was a little
:: apartment; or other mater- above average. Brown said, .. Page 4 shall Cloversettle both of Draining
1 lal rewards. but stated: "I have had to work whom have shown real hus- 9
for tle, according to 'V .
I>, my improvement. lie Redding.At
i who"Naturally the top athletes contrasted his ability with that Gulf Leads strong side guard will Sprigging )
: emerge under this kind of Marty Liquor and Frank be big Donnie Sewell. A Jun
: of program are pretty good" Shorter who he said had It
(From ior
says Brown of the Russian success. early Pad. 8)) 6-3 and weighing 203. .1
athletes he Sewell who played on the Sodding
against. Brown
now runs eight miles performance
But he pointed out, American as Baptist out- Junior varsity last
each season
'j morning, arising at 6 hit IiamptonI6.11.Donnie
athletes have proven able to a.m. for the training session well, Danny McKinney Eddie agand was brought up to the )
e compete successfully against and getting to his office about Hazen, Bill McRae varsity for the last three
and Paul !
} all competition with Its free 8:30: a.m. lie leaves the offices Carter each had two hits. games, has been looking real Landscaping
and voluntary system. about 4:30: p.m. and runs David Eiland and Mike Pe good. Backing up Sewell Is :
,. e- Dwight Barber who accord- iI
---- --- -- each collected two hits
--- for Hampton. Ing to Coach Redding, can & [I
': GOSPEL SING come in and start right now.
STANDINGSCunning At strong-tackle is sopho-
1 ham Gulf 9-2. Baldwin Chev more Gary Wallace ((240)who Sprinkler Systems
[Grace Baptist Church; rolet 7-5, First Baptist 7-5, Redding says has the edgeon
Lawtey 6-5, Hampton 0-12. freshman Tim Edwards
SCHEDULE: Thursday May who is 6-3 and 210. 1
.' (Griffis Loop) 31, Baldwin vs Lawtey 8:45pm. : ---------------. [
., Monday June 4, Hamp
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a.nn D" ton vs Cunningham 8:45 p.m., may be run-
'I'J Tuesday June 5, First BaPtist ning short of resources, but I!!! Call 964-8104
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As I've been gradually furnishing -
t my home, trying to

y x,. ;' be economical, yet find attractive
i.,. Items I have foundan
Ideal that I feel Is worth
sharing. Examine that old
; : tiV furniture that you consider

Junk, and think about what
li 1nQ
71 h do to make It
1 I l i f.- you might
I f.t usable again. It's a shameto
I Junk old furniture without
I first exploring the possibilities -
1 of renovating It. Old

& mu furniture Is often pleasingIn

design, and well made.
.. s+..l'p-
.. Several friends have givenor

I t 4 Will Baltdcn, early Stark |allr., poses with family In front of the old loaned me pieces of fur-

I *.. ;: ? : -- county (loll, which still stands on the courthous. grounds and I Is now used niture me they they no are longer Items wanted.To with.

I o* offices for CUBB Economic Agency. Note Iron fence which surrounded "possibilities" to be develo-

the jail property In those days.County ped, and I'm gradually making -

The busy Intersection of Call Stt>.t and U.S. 301 presented this peaceful sc.n.ln the progress.

horse and buggy days before paved streets cam to Starke. Note livery stable at right; old ...........,.. ............................."..............-........... ............. rye found that there are
courthouse almost hidden by young oak trees; and hitching post In shady spot at front. Photo Average County several satisfactions you may
gain from furniture renova-
probably dates back to around 1910 when courthouse less than a decade old. Agent NotebookBy OiresInstallment tion, be It refinishing woodor

Family re-upholstering a piece.
One big benefit Is economics.You .

Springs YieldEvidence can save dollars that
'nI would go a long way toward
BOBBY Debt $1,220The buying fabrics, paint and
accessories for redecoratingyour

TAYLOR LLi average family Brad- home. This Is a real
Early Man i factor for those of
etUTOTUALS "...... ................ ...... Tord County owes $1,220 In plus us
Installment debt, according to operating on a small budgetor
In FloridaCan a study based on latest local Just starting out In
,, income a new home.
Weather and spending figures,
--w" extremes have These diseases generally
you imagine what life caused variations In the not reach epidemic stages in including national studies by Another benefit Is creati

was like In Florida 10,000 growth of many; of our crops. a head, but cattlemen should the and other.Federal Reserve Board vity. It Is often the little
years ago? According to archeologists incorporate vaccination for things you do to the house
this state was However, it looks like most Blackleg and Malignant Ede- yourself which make It dis-
much higher above sea level crops are now well on the ma Into their herd health pro- There has been a steady tinctly yours. I really en-
than it Is now. way to good production. Folksare gram, especially If they have increase in recent months,
Our Historic Site Joy this part of the Job-
both and
locally nationally
beginning to harvest many; had these diseases before, the planning and creative
Bits of our early history in the use of Installment cre-
vegetables out of their gar- or if their neighbor has had aspect. When I can
indicate that animals birds say
: Indicating that consum-
dens, and I'm sure most of them. Call your County Agent's that I designed It myself, I
and life to that
plant the
common ers are loosening up purse
our garden growers are glad Office In Starke if
After a comprehensive architec- Several other recent developments period no longer exist. From that they have these when have
tural and historical site survey of have transpired to bring new diggings: In phosphate pits they go to the grocery store diseases.FORESTRY. hold appliances, and other expensive -

nine North Florida counties con- hope to those interested in historic we have found evidence that and see the prices for onIons articles they had been benefit Is education.You .
the three-toed horse, the saber holding back on.
ducted during the past summer, some preservation. The County Commis- toothed tiger and other lettuce, cucumbers and -------- can gain knowledge and
tomatoes.It .
125 buildings and structures of the sion has agreed to give $1,000 from prehistoric animals roamedthe The net result, nationally skills while Improving the

area have been listed by the Flo- revenue sharing funds towards main- state thousands of years may be that the lettuce Is that installment debt at appearance of your home.

rida Bureau of Historic Sites and tenance of the building, and the State ago. boycotter's are finally getting the start of the year reached Sometimes these skills become -
results for their efforts. I IN BRADFORD COUNTY approximately $129 billion, or marketable.And .
Properties as being historically sig- Employment Service has expressed Indians were plentiful when understand that lettuce Is In about $19 billion more than

nificant to the state and nation. interest in renting several offices Spaniards first came here, short supply and prices are in January 1972. It was equi- don't discount the benefit -

in the building for its expanded staff but no one ever knew where well above $10 per crate. John valent, on the average, to of recreation which this

Counties covered by the survey here. It would require, however, that these Indians came from or This means that a head of t By about 16 cents out of every may give you. Reupholsteringa
how long they may have been dollar of family Income after chair can really build
were Nassau Clay Putnam Union lettuce could cost between 500 O'Meara -
the offices undergo some renova-
here. Camp sites and burial and taxes. your muscles. It only tooka
Bradford, Baker, Columbia, Suwan- tion. mounds have been discoveredin one --a couple of hours for me

nee, and Hamilton The results have many parts) of the state anda Boycotts might be good for For the local population as to discover this! It Is hard

just been published by "Archivesand The National Guard now includes large quantity of artifacts some people In some indus- a whole, the amount of the work and therefore some
History News," issued bimonthly in its program the partici- gathered through the years tries where a product Is pro- Trees play such an impor- Installment debt at the end people would not considerit
by the Department of State Division may now be seen at the flo- duced that Is a luxury or can tant role In wildlife manage- of the 1'st: fiscal year was recreation. I think It
pation in community betterment pro- rida State Museum as well as be done without. But when ment that without them mostof close to $5,094,000. The lar- can be fun and entertaining.
of Archives, History and jects, and if help from this sourceis the Phosphate Exhibit In Polk our food producers are boy- our native fauna could gest part of It consisted of

Records Management. We are proudto forthcoming, as has been sug- County. cotted and put out of busin- not exist. loans for automobile purchases. Another benefit is the preservation -

note that it lists the old Bradford gested, the offices for the Employ- ess, we all suffer the con- Among the benefits trees The remainder was for of family heritage.You .

County courthouse as one of the ment Service could be renovated, pur- Mineral Recently Springs exploring In Sarasota at Warm sequences. Most of these con- provide are nesting sites, other Installment buying, for can restore family heir-
architecturally outstanding public materials with funds sup- sequences are higher food pri- a normally abundant food personal loans, and loans for looms that have had a great
chasing County, an underwater archeological ces, and we all have to eat. supply and protection from home repair and modernization. deal of sentimental value
buildings in the area. the County Commission.All team working 43 feet
plied by predators and the elements. Not Included In this cat- attached to them. I havea
below the surface discovered .
rocker that belonged to
If all or any one of these egory are mortgage debt,
After enumerating some of the of these factors, working a cave blocked by large As I visit cattle ranchesIn benefits becomes nonexistent, charge accounts and single my grandmother that I've

old homes and churches that are together, would make it possible to holders succeeded and In debris removing.which Sear-they our County, I'm getting we can say good-bye to much payment loans. refInIshed and I'll always

historically significant, the survey obtain a substantial tenant for the ching within the cave they good reports on the percentcalf of our arboreal wildlife. treasure It as a beautiful
for this The of and Making repayments at a reg- accent piece In my home.
crop year. Many type vegetation
on to that public buildingsare could
goes say building, and the rent money were rewarded by finding a
ular rate $1
requires nearly
producers are getting a calf tree cover will often Indicatethe
even more expressive of the then be used for further mainten- human skull that is believedto If are interested In
for every cow they have In type of wildlife speciesto out of every $6 that a family you
time in which they were constructed. ance and redecoration.All be from eight to ten thou- the herd. This Is a good Indication be found in a certain has left after taxes. In Brad- trying your hand at furniture

"Architecturally outstanding buildings sand years old. that we are not hav- area. A good example ford County, that amounts to renovation, but need some

are the Victorian railway depots of the building would not The team was headed by ing much trouble with the would be the difference in about$100 per month per family help In getting started, come
breeding diseases such as VI- habitat among the game species on average. out to see me, or call, and
at Callahan and Fernandina be rented, of course, as it is desired Dr. Wilburn A. (Sonny) Cock- I'll be glad to talk over
briosis and Brucellosis. Our of squirrels found
Beach the 1886 waterworks buildingin rell, in charge of the projectfor
to retain a substantial por- your problems and help you.
cattlemen are also doing a in Florida. Fox squirrelswill
Palatka, the Live Oak city hall, tion of it for the purpose of estab- the History Department and Records of Archives better Job of nutrition, especially normally be located in The big question among Is We have several bulletins
banker and credit men
the old bath house at White Springs, lishing a Bradford County museum, Management. Entering the 87 at the critical timeof mixed pine and oak uplands, whether the American public to give you step-by-step Instructions -

and the courthouses in Nassau, Clay, but there is plenty of room, and degree water at noon they returned post-calving.Cattlemen are whye gray squirrels are Is taking on more debt' In refinishing or
reupholstering I
Bradford and Suwannee Counties.It to the surface 30 min- also using better bulls and primarily forested in hard- furniture
be renovated it than It can handle. The experience -
if can which would help to get
more space utes later with the skull.They we are conditioning them for wood hammocks and forests has been, however, you
is believed that more tenants can the breeding season. Th'" started.
along stream banks. e
is encouraging to note that reported that other human that most people use their .
be obtained, as Starke continues to bones were found along with that animals are highly depe 'snt credit with discretion and do I hope It ,
the significance of our old court- There are two on the mast of hart oods you try and
grow. items that they believe will In not go overboard. enjoy It as much I
have shown up recently our as have.
house is recognized at the state throw considerable light onFlorida's must 'and pines for their existence. Good luck!
level well by those the County that Most large landowners Including .
as as on ,
office is in early history. .
Rental of the space be concerned about. Blacklegand federal and state
local level who would this
preserve use" Malignant Edema are two
conformance with 'adaptive as The skull Is reported to be governments and paper com- ,
of It
important heritage. that
part our Infectious diseases
recommended by the Department of remarkably well preserved panies, realize the Importancetrees
is believed that it could also become affect mainly young cattle.
old play In preserving our
for keeping because of Its
State as a means protection over caused
recognized on the national level by These diseases are by wildlife. Presently, land '
buildings of historic interest from the centuries. Cockrell said that
having it included on the National it spore-forming organisms managers are going out of : c :
was undoubtedly that of an '
falling into ruin or being destroyedby can live In the soil for years. their to protect certain ,
Register of Historic Places. Indian male between 25 and way
and disInfectants
cold -
Heat drying
the sledgehammer. 35. He said a jawbone pre- have little effecton endangered species, Includingthe f- j
bald eagle, and
viously recovered from the
Another encouraging sign for them. The organismsenter .
red-cockaded woodpecker.Two .
same cave may have belonged '
preservation of Bradford's most sig- Preservation of the old Brad- to the same skull. A radio the animals body through

nificant historic site came last week ford County courthouse could well carbon test will be made to small cuts puncture woundsIn goals are being accom- r.,. Krn. ,
the skin, or through graz- plished. With the timber ;
with the passage of a bill by the be our community's contribution to determine Its exact age. ing. Blackleg and Malignant harvesting, our growing wood

Florida Legislature designating it as the Nation's Bicentennial program, Edema are not contagious, and paper demands are being
a historic landmark and creating a and with these new developments, An official: observer, Dr. that is, they do not spreadby met and at the same timea .
R. J. Ruppe, chairman of the
Bradford County Board of Historical such a project is taking on the department of anthropology at direct contact from one strong effort Is being madeto t r's
animal to another. Therefore, wildlife heri II IIt
preserve our
Trustees. This sevenmemberboard light of possibility. It will requirea Arizona State University, 'K t
most losses are sporadic or
(not yet appointed) would have great deal of effort, but anything said, "It has to be earlier occur only In single animals, tage.Deer, a very popular ani-

the power to acquire this site, as worthwhile does, and anyone interested than 6,000 BC possibly 10- or a few head at any one mal with the sportsman, benefit 'firi
000 BC. We
well as others, for permanent pre- In having a part In this truly knowing right have"no way at time infected from a com directly when a harvest

servation, and the School Board is worthwhile venture is encour- now. mon source. cut Is made In forest lands.

empowered to convey title to the aged to let his or her willingnessbe The partial skull. consist- With the trees removed, the \ ,, )
Ing of two large pieces, Is Cattle that are 6 to 18 months sunlight can again reach the :', ,
building to the trustees. known.
believed to be the earliestof old are most susceptible. soil. Many edible legumes, \ >.II -
human life found east of Calves under 4 months of grasses, and herbs are ableto
the Mississippi. Previous age and cattle over two years develop and this gives
finds went back only to 5,000BC are rarely affected. However the deer a bountiful food
; I have seen younger calves supply. Along with the shel- I \ j jI

die recently from these dis ter provided by nearby uncut -
The skull was cracked froma woodlands, the Ideal deer
er0R D4 point behind the left ear eases. habitat exists.Conditions .
BRADFORD CO and across the outside area as described B
A -surers of the right eye which was Treatment Is of little or above are present on most I IArIMATU! !! mII

ACvEAWAEA QIi: probably caused by rocks no value when animals are paper company lands. The
p4 falling from the top of the sick. Vaccination Is the only end result Is usually a heal- It's
a great day 'for the
reliable means of control. All thy and plentiful deer herd. of' 73
cave.Warm 4 to 6 months of age Information of I
Mineral Springs has calves a general and 'for the community.
1IONr BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER long been known for Its ben- should be vaccinated. In some nature on wildlife managementcan
Publisher eficial waters and stories herds where losses occur at be provided by your

Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Mare ac the Post Office have come down through the younger ages, earlier vaccination county forester. I BRADFORD c
: ac Slarke, Is suggested. Calves If a detailed ur
1:1. managementplan
under Act of March 3. 1879. years of the Indians knowl- '
vaccinated before 4 monthsof developed by an expertis
edge of the curative
Subscription rate in trade, are: 16 per year: 13.30 sill months. of its warm waters. powers It will age should be revaccinat- desired, a wildlife biologist iiri

Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: |7 per year: 14.00 sin months. Stark, Fla, be interesting to learn of future ed at approximately 6 immun-monthsof and from the Florida Game igr 4
findings as this research age to get lasting Fresh Water Fish Com-
program continues. ity. pnlssion should be contacted.


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E LEVEL FIRST CHURCH SundayBrotherhood BAPTIST Starke ,f/tcaE4: ; '.-e 4 The SpiritualsWill Crosby Heads I SJfWD" "" m '; -J'

NEWSGONE Breakfast and Meeting 7:30 Appear At Young DemosJimmy ''I t fA
a.m. s
; Sunday School 9:45; Grace Baptist"The ,

A-FISHING mon Morning by Dr.Worship James at E..IlL];Frosty ser- Virgil MathewsVirgil Wasdin of Central America, Crosby,administrative '

Forty-six members of Pine State Sunday School Department and Robbie Wasdin, Demming, Spirituals" a singIng aide to Rep. Frank Williams YOUR
Level Baptist Church No New Mexico; one sister group from has been elected
pas- evening worship at Domain Mathews, 58, Mulberry will president -
tored by Rev. John Strick- church. of Milliard, died Sunday morn- Mrs. Equilla Roberts Starke; be featured In a Gospel Sing of the newly organized
land headed for Monty's; at TuesdayWMS Council ing after a brief illness. He nine grandchildren and 17 at Grace Baptist Church on Young Democrat Club. OCKETBOOc

Mayport last Saturday for a Meeting 10 a.m.; Businessand was the son of Mr. and Mrs. greatgrandchildren.Funeral held Grlffls Loop Saturday night Brad Carter, a senior at
day of deep sea fishing. All Program Meeting 10:45a.m. Garl Mathews, of Starke. services were June 2, starting at 8 p.m.' Bradford High School and
returned home with plenty; offish ; Covered Dish Luncheon Mr. Mathews was born In at 4 p.m. Thursday In the Other singing groups to be president of the Student Council -
and sun-tanned noses. 12 noon. Youth Choir Practice West Grove, Iowa, and movedto First Christian Church mini-in heard during the evening include was elected vicepresident Savings
Starke with J.C. Brown
7 The and Milner of
p.m. Jacksonville in 1944. He Weeks Family of Bobby
Some of the guests Included WednesdayFamily Night had lived at Hilliard for the ster, conducting. Intermentwas Green Cove Springs; The Starke was named.treasur-
In Lake Ceme-
Rev. Gene Peterson Rev. Supper 6 p.m.; Prayer MeetIng past nine years, where he Crosby De- Kinsmen, of Starke; and the er.Other AT
William Klncade Rev. Johnny and R. Meeting : was a member of the Baptist tery under direction of Samaritans, of Jacksonville. offices will be filled
Rldgeway, and Rev. Bill Teachers .and Officers Meet Church. He was a person- Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. The public Is Invited to come after a constitution Is drawn
Lovell and members of their lag 7:15; Church Choir Practice nel director of Humphreys and enjoy this musical treat by the membership, accord- DRUGSTORE
churches.All 8 p.m. Mining Co. at Folkston Ga., Effie MinerMrs. of Gospel music. Ing to President Crosby. The KOCH
came back with the ThursdayLadles Bell and a veteran of World War new club met for the second
same Idea-- let's do It again Choir 12 noon; Youth Choir n. time last Thursday and now
soon! Practice 3:30: Effle Miner 84t of has 12 members. Anyone from
; Visitation 7 Besides his parents Mr. stay GOSPEL TEAM
Lawtey Saturday,
p.m. the ages of 18 through 35 Is
Mathews Is survived by his AT PARK: OF PALMSA
GRADUATION BANQUETAND SaturdayYouth 26, in a Leesburg hospital Invited to join.
A Sunday wife, Virginia; one daughter, Gospel Team from
after an extended Illness. She
RAINBOW SPRINGS School Tubing Trip meets at Mrs. Patsy Jane Flank; two was born in St. George Ga. Southeastern Bible College, All club members so far GihAndDrugSPECIALS
church at 9 o'clock. Lowell are men, President Crosby
brothers Birmingham, Ala. will visit
on August 19, 1888 and had
The people of Pine The club Is to
young Folkston Ga., and Bruce Ma- Park-of-the-Palms says. open
Level hosted their 1973 Graduation lived at Lawtey most of her women, he states, and club
thews, Orlando and six Heights at 7:30 Thursday
STREET ; life. She was a member of p.m.
Banquet last Friday members urge women to attend -
May 31.
night, using the theme "The CHURCH- Grace Methodist Church. and become members.
Funeral services The
were heldat team will consist of
Surviving Is one daughter,
Future Is In His Hands. The
decorations In Sunday June 3: 12:30 p.m. Tuesday In the Mrs. Beatrice Wells of Lees- a vocal ensemble, an accom-
and white. were. purple Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; Hardage-Krauss Riverside burg; two brothers, :back. Roberts panist, soloist, and speaker.
Morning Worship 11 a.m.; Funeral Home with Rev. John Hastings; and John Roberts Approximately 30 minutes of RAIFORD BAPTIST
Those graduating are Betty; Church G. Taylor minister of Cov- music will be presented anda HOMECOMINGThe Pocket PortableRADIO
Union School Training 6:15; WMU Jacksonville; two sisters SETS
Danny Gordon Ricks attending High Vo-; Prayer Circle 7:15; Evening enant Presbyterian Church, Mrs. Pauline Torode faculty member will bringa First Baptist Churchof Special
cational Tech Mur- Service 7:30.MondayYoutb. officiating Burial was in Starke; and Mrs. Mamie Oliver brief message about the Raiford will observe Home- fj
win from Jacksonville.; Choir 7p.m. Greenlawn Cemetery. Winter Haven; and four college and minister fromGod's coming Day on Sunday June Solid Buy
Word. Stat. AM, With
"The grandchildren. 10, with Rev. John Strickland,
formed by Operation""Dr. O. U.was Butch-per- Tuesday--Bible Study 10 Millie J. FoggMrs. Funeral services were held The public is Invited to attend a former pastor bringing the Battery and Ear Plug
this presentation In the Only
er" as the evening's skit, a.m. at 10 a.m. Monday In Jones message. All former pastors,
and the guest speaker was Wednesday--Prayer MeetIng. Millie Jane Fogg Memorial Chapel with Rev. Park-of-Palms chapel. members and friends are in- Assorted Color $4.50
Don Scott Mission Friends 7:30 George L. Harper conducting. vited. Luncheon will be serv-
Rev. youth pastor of Starke, died Tuesday May
p.m. Adult Choir 8:30. Interment was In Crosby Lake ed.
of ChurchIn ; $9.00
Victory Baptist 22, in a Gainesville hospital R.g. Save
Jacksonville. A film en- 3:30 Thursday- VBS Planning after a short illness. Her Cemetery under direction of Gary F. Grlffls, Jr., both of :::;8>;' ;;::;:::;:::::::::;:;:::::::::::;:::;:-;:::;:::;:::;
titled "Am I A Phony?" con- : p.m. husband was the late Chesley DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Jacksonville: his parents,Mr. AMITY $3.41
cluded the evening's activity.The ; PastorDenton Fogg of Graham. Home. and Mrs. Sidney F. Grlffls CARD OF THANKS
next morning the graduation Sumrall Mrs. Fogg was born May and five brothers, Purvis, BILLFOLD
trip took the groupto 25, 1882 In Graham, the Gary Griffis'' Kling, Sidney, Jr., and Clin- t::::::%:::::ftVS::: ::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;

Rainbow Springs for an REVIVAL SERVICES daughter of the late Hiram ton Grlffls, all of Starke;
enjoyable day.OPERATION ASSEMBLY OF GOD and Ellen Gill Was din. She Gary F. Grlffls, 29, of and Emery Grlffls, Jackson- NOTE OF THANKS
Revival services will startat moved to Starke about 28 ville; four sisters, Mrs.Mar-
Jacksonville, formerly of We with Only
acknowledge deep
333 7:30 p.m., June 3, at the years ago following the deathof garet Barton, Jacksonville; $5.59
Starke, was fatally InjuredIn gratitude the acts of
This June 3 is Mrs. Gloria Trlest, Keystone many
Sunday the Assembly of God Church Rai- her husband. an automobile accident In kindness wonderful
by our
third anniversary of Rev. ford Road at Weldon Street. Surviving are five daugh- May Heights; Mrs. Alice Rlverla.of ,
Jacksonville Tuesday, friends during our recent be-
Strickland at Pine Level The evangelist will be Rev. ters, Mrs. LInnIe McCulleyand 22. He was born In Starke on California and Miss Jacqueline reavement.The Fogg fam-
Church. We are Inviting everyone Jack Terry, who will sing Mrs. Leola Roberts, May 16, 1944 and was em- Griffis, Starke. ily. No. 44240,W.t Clox No. 20334 West Clox
In Bradford Countyand ; each night, as well as bring- both of Starke; Mrs. Leecy ployed as a machine opera- Funeral services were heldat
surrounding areas to joinus ing the message. The public Johns, Macclenny; Mrs. Lel- tor with Simmons MattressCo. 2 p.m. Friday May 25, Travel Alarm Dunbar Drowse
for a grand celebration. is Invited. --Rev. James A. Han Conway, Galnesvilleand; In Jacksonville. He wasa In Jones Memorial with CARD OF THANKS ElectricSal.
,Happy Anniversary Pastor Coffman. Mrs. Leta Durban Jackson- Baptist. Rev. James R. Hals ten con-
Strickland! ville one son, Jewett Fogg ducting. Interment was In Thanks to all my friends
; Susie .
Surviving are his wife, Alarm Clock
Klngsley Lake Cemetery.CARPS and all that helped duringmy
Starke; two brothers, Alvin H. Grlffls and one son, $ 3 99
sorrow. I thank them all Price Sal. Price
for the nice food they served, $4.77
the lovely flowers and the
prayers. All my prayers go
out to all,especially Air Park, 260' J&J
Calvary & New River Churches. NEWT
Continue to pray for me SoffCosmeticPUFFS
In my sorrow. May God bless
you all. I love you all. Mrs.
Katie Bell Griffls & Mr. Sid

jj Grlffls.
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4 Prlc.
MDNDA Y IUNpW The family of Elam Gllsson

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18Boy's NecessaryFor Sale Price $1.18

LadiesFloppy Mens Short Sleeve //i'1, I PRICE] All School Bufferin 100's Sal.$1.18 Price

hats Sport Shirts I o r Handsome Fancies & solid BeginnersA .

REG. Flare leg to be right in style $2.98
Reversible campaign to Insure that
Ideal $3.99 t" I all school age children Nikaban Lozenges
i IAssorted colors in coordinating
2 For I entering a Florida school TNI
$1.66 Short Sleeve
For for the first time next N'ONIM.
I Summ.r Sport Shirt ; patterns fall will be immunized according Sal. Price. $1.57

57. 00 100% Polyester no iron materialMen's to requirements of
Reg. the state's compulsory immunization
$1.99 23 law Is being conductedby Child
---ItJ Price
I REG. $1.99 *Slx.s S.M.L. XL, ea, L sizes 29 to 42 the Florida Departmentof

Perm Press Health & Rehabilitative
Perm press-no iron RUB .49<
. Poly/cotton sizes 8 1 Services. BENGAY .
to 18 Just Say "CHARGE IT"WE

The campaign was started Dog and Cat

CELEBRATE..YOU REAP THE SAVINGS..DURING CARPS "ONCE-A-YEAR" SALE! early because for complete the six com-Immunization FLEA COLLARSLasts Sal. Price

municable diseases specified
in the statute--polio diphtheria -
3 Months 5 7
I POLY BLENDS Ladies Panty Sale tetanus, whooping cough, ,.
AND COTTONS measles and rubella (Ger- (Limit 2))
56.4. Two Styles to choose r' S man measles), requires'
NO IRON ,l from Cute Bikinis or several month. Parents are Press OnMending
PERMAPRESSDRESSMAKER ; Elastic Leg Briefs *> urged to start the Immunization

series at once. & Fabric
Pu Yd Tape
100% Nylon for Vhite. Black
SPORTWEAR Satin Briefs Gold, or Red Dr. Wilson T. Sowder, director Sal. PrIceSowIng 54
FABRICS REG. 79 SizesSto 10 Sl of the Division of
REG. 694 Health, expressed hope that Needle As.t. . .
I Start your summer Bikini Panties Basketball Shoes Men's Boy's'Youth's no parents will wait until the

wardrobe now! Solids, '18'. a (I r Many 4 ZC Low quarter style R. last minute to have their 9 VOLT RADIO BATTERY FOR TRANSISTOR
patterns, canvas and colors Sizes ii Men's 7 to 12, Big SZ.99 M. children adequately Immuni-
I blouse weights. Machine A 5-6-7 Boy's Z'/jto 6,Youths 25No zed, risking the possibility
I washable. ; REG. 594 lOVito' 2 of the child being denied RADIOS ONLY 12t

admission to school.

DECORATOR Ladies "I would also like to point t 3rS104e
out," he sald."that the
years from Infancy to school
IronPolyester Bath Towels REG. To entrance are the most Important -
Fe5 97 In terms of child-
*.* A 0 $7.99 hood Immunization. For

Double Knits. REG. TO $1.992 'orS3. 00| Girls Short Sets Instance child the greater the younger the severityof the '

the disease, if they happen I

100% polyester knit I I In heavyweight Hand Towels Reg. To $1.29964 Sizes to polio catch or diphtheria.whooping Waiting cough, ; Price Good Thru Wednesday June 6th

spring patterns and 3 To 14 $2 00 until school entrance to have with M.dl-Sare Rx
Machine washable. Let us price your next prescription
colors. ,
be ;
Bath Cloths child Immunized may
REG. To .74 56 e a t .
Pricing. EVERYONE save witbM.dl- saves pricing.and
I urge
REG. To $2.30 too late. Therefore
,parents not' to wait until
children are ready to go NOW ll you are 60 years or old.r, have a recent
to kindergarten or school prescription & pay cash for your,medication & Hospital

QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES charge it but Immunized to have as their soon babies after supplies, you can get an EXTRA SAVINGS at Koch'

birth as possible." Drug Savings & Service at Koch's
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t DOOR PRIZES .Invites. OU To Our Annual Dinner Served Will From Be


ALL CHICKEN DINNER 5:00 to 7:30 p",

We Also Have :

Donation $1.50 With All The Trimmings Take Out Boxes

Saturday, JUNE 2 Starke Elementary Cafeteria ,

j'. Be! Mme of &e t Starb Same Club thanks. those fisted below for their cooperation, and urge everyone to give them as MC& ,

: of your business as possible.


Bill's CB Radio & Equipment r Johnson's Farm Supply Houston's Gulf Station Mobile Home BrokersR. Union County Cross Roads I

Libby's Sales & Service City Fish & Meat Market Edward's Safety Service T. Lovorn Realtor Norris's Auto Sales

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Hogan; Smith Starling's Grocery To-Rena MotelA. Erwin S. Triest PlumberMayer's Lyman Green

Martin Tackle Inc. Lee's Fish Market Ace Home Center Thomas Metals, Inc.
Durrance Pump & Supply Starke Builders Supplies Inc. Griffis & Sons Keystone Auto Service Coastal Oil Uniroyal Co. Tires GAINESVILLEPalm

Faulkner's Gulf U Haul Blalock's Market Fibre Glass Works Graham Tile
Seeber & Sam Johns

Holiday Inn of Starke Gerald E. Brown Insurance Carousel Candle Shoppe Lake Geneva Trailer and Sales Park Service Station

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(Stanley) Noegel's Auto Sales Carp & Co.; : (Carp's; ) Kirkland Gulf Johnson Auto TuneupW. Andrew's Drugs Lanes

Tastee Freez Bill Powell .Real Estate Wishbone Fried Chicken W. Cox Builder C. F. Miles' MarketE. Sonny Fat Boy's Bar-B-Q

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Morgan's Barber & Florida Bank at Starke R. Roberts Lipham Music Co.
Erwin Andrew's Tackle
Drugs Lake Geneva Bait & Standard Oil Station
Beauty ShopJ. :

E. Hardy Auto Sales Guaranty Federal Loan Savingsand David Lawson& Body Paint Shop Fraser's Small Appliance Rpr. Corner Market 'Gainesville Marina

Care-Free Campers
Hardy Salvage Co. Bowen Washerteria Gene ShawM. Manning Hardware Spires Store
Latimer Tire Co.
R. P. McLendon Terwillegar Motors Whitehead Builder Keystone Barber Shop Jim's Bargain Center
Associated Business SystemsJim
Mr. & Mrs. L. K. Whitehead Pinehurst Variety Store Roger's House of Upholstery Scale's Grocery McLeod's Beauty Shop Associated ..

Billy Noegel's Auto Sales Vogue Manufacturing Co. Longhorn RestaurantTown Myron C. Prevatt, Sr. Sheriff John Whitehead Business SystemsEli

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Garden Restaurant, Inc. Charley E. Johns Ins. Agency Finance Co. Jane B. LaCoste River's Hardware & Witt Cigar & Candy Co.: I

.._ .. Furniture Co. .
Garden Shop Furniture
--- Zike's
Lil-Champ Food Store Badcock FurnitureBigg's Safe Buy Realty Co. Cox Co.
Edw. c. McMurray Howard's Auto Parts
-- Homestead Restaurant
Hammond's Discount House Neon & Signs
Auto Body ShopBigg's Ritch's Concrete OrnamentalsF. Joe Shaw Wrecker Service
George Ricks' Salvage --- Village Hdw & Garden Center Jeffcoat Neon Signs

Laundry & L. Fruit Co. Deloris1' Beauty Shop
Sleepy Hollow Motel ---- Keystone Auto PartsLeonard's Ideal Laundry
George W Brown RefrigerationDeWitt Strawberry Patch McLeod's Barber Shop
Kentucky Fried Chicken Outboard Streit's
C Jones Ambulance Serv. Top Dollar Stores Town House Restaurant
Starke Texaco Slim's Fish'N stuffCason's Central Paint Stores, Inc
-...-.... .. Merrill Edwards City Clerk Merritt Williams Rucke r's
Doyle Conner Insurance AgencyA. r Food Store Florida Motor & Equipment C

& K. Feed Store _Draw___._Hoover.Tite.. u... Ball Bearing__ ", Co.._ .___ Cooper's Nursery Landscape& Co. White Elephant HAMPTONWater's Denny Concrete I

Harris Restaurant B & G 0 Joe's Saw Shop Luther's Golden Kettle "GIZMO" Grocery Refrigerator Service Co.

proteinDot's \
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Sam Griffis William Silcox, Distributor George Pierce Quail's Mobile Homes G. M. A. C.Gainesville. '
Standard Products Place
Harry Green's' Auto PartsMr. George- Roberts Nell's Beauty Salon Automobile
Starke Motor Parts Co. Inc.
_.. _0 ________ Insurance & Real EstA Electric Cooperative Eddie AllenWadsworth Dealers Association
& Mrs. J. D. Odom, Jr. Clay --
J. R. Kelly -- .- ... Pepsi-Cola Gainesville
---- Friend Motel- Electric ... -- .
Bush's Gulf Service Keystone
Winkler .......
Bait & TackleL Electric, Inc. Community State Bank .-------- --'-' --- -----
General Store
B (Red) Alvarez Serv Stat Crawford Tenneco StationH. of Starke Buff's Garage' ._ _" ..- -..- .. Graham
--- Sawyer-Slade Gas Co. keystone Jewelry & Gift Shop Faye's Tavern
Julia's Flowers .
A. LawsonA of Starke
Cunningnam's Gulf WALDO
Bob Blakewood Friend Jackson Building Supplyof Service Station
Starke Stalling's Corner Inc. Starling's Land Clearing
Noegel's 301 RestaurantTom Register Oil Co. Standard Oil Service
& Products Manning Grocery
Bobby's HideAWayjunk
Crawford Owen Joist of Fla. Jnc.
Hurst's Shell Service Station
Nancy's Flowers Keystone Heights Insurance Junction
Garden Acres SubDivisionC. Dowlings Produce MarketL
H. NasworthyEd Dairy QueenDave's Redfern's AppliancesS. Crew's Super MarketBasinger's
J Kite Pulpwood Timber HighlandHayzels
Wainwright Insurance Agcy E. McKay Realtor Orange Shop
Print Shop
Rosier's Monuments & NurserySid --
Doug's Sunoco Service Station Frazier's Small ApplianceRepair Begg's Gulf Service StationShadrick's
Southern Discount Co.
Temple Motel Shuford's Standard StationW. ..-. .- .. .-- Grocery
L. Thomas BP Station New Method Cleaners -elcit 's Drug Store

Mobile _._ .
Mustang Homes Inc. _. O' ------- Town & Country
Tuck's Drive-In Bonnie's Hair Styles Keystone State Bank" Motel & Restaurant
New Englander Motel Lake Butler

Farmers Mutual Exchange Lewis Timber Co. Five Winds Lodge LA WTEYBlue Buddy's Bay Service Station

Crown Central Lumber-301 So.
Eddie's BP stationRob Cargo Gas Co.
Bradford Motel Grass Music Park Boyd's lounge

Jones Handy-Way StoresKeith's Priest Service Station Jay-Mar 'Lake Butler Apparel
Denmark Furniture Co.
Beauty Salon
Edward's Grocery Amoco Oil Co. Station Kama's Inc. Fieldacre Archer Funeral Home
Suwannee Store
Elmer Thomas Horse Trailers
Farm Mart Supply Starke 301 Motel Barbara Sleagall
Western Auto Associate
Store Buddy Thompson's Garage Atkinson's Orange Shop
Williams Bargain CenterB Cannon & SonL Parrish Food Store
Jewelry Michigan Ranch P Gas Service
& G Truck Stop RAIFORDHiLo Davis' Cabinets
Slone Shoe RepairBullington's _
Marie's Vegetable Stand Lawtey Skating Rink
Amoco Service Station & Barber Shop Grocery :Pine Air Farms, Inc.
Studio & John Fuqua
Gift Shop Grocery Handy Way Stores Poor Boy's Grocery Handy Way Stores
Jeneva M. -"
Leila's Dress Shop Flynn 3 T Shop Carter's Radio & TV Service Griffis Department StoreJ. IJ. D. Griffis Grocery

Starke Pet Center Gene Long Elzie Sanders Lawtey Volunteer Fire Dept. D. Griffis Grocery Lake Butler Food Center

Koch's Drug Store I
Cash & Carry Tires Inc. Jim Temple Handy Way Stores ;rA. L. Driggers
Flowers by KINGSLEY
Larry -
Devrick, Inc.Wholesale. Bradford County HospitalEmployees Dobb's Amoco Service I Tex GasDukes
Auto SuppliesStump's )
Branding Iron Restaurant
Zedra Hamilton Tavern WORTHINGTONSPRINGS Grocery
Department StoreMitchell's Baldwin Chevrolet
& Oldsmobile New Kingsley BeachStrickland's
Bradford County Hospital Frank's Barber Shop
Drug Store Olin's Mobile Home Sales I
(Medical Staff) Landing Little Springs Lounge Jim's FurnitureHal
Woodburn's Gem Jewelry Well's Electric Irene's
ServiceA. Beauty Shop Well's Grocery
Brown Brothers Y. Maines
City Barber Shop B. Whitehead, Jr. Thomas L. CaseyKEYSTONE---- Karl's Grocery
Roberts Cash & Feed Farmers & Dealers Bank
Bradford County TelegraphLife Dolph Reddish Sheriff
HGTS RROOKER Mid Florida Haulers Mrs. J. G. Boyd
of GeorgiaJulian Judge George L. Patten Antiques of
E. McRae KeystoneR. Carroll's Grocery Williams' Town & Country Club 100 Al Johnson
Independent Life & D. Aired Service Station
Gene T n Accident Insurance Associated southern Douglass TV & Appliances
S Home
Gay Appliances Millwrights Inc.Green's .
Triest Construction Co. Clyde Seay's GarageSeay's Henry M. DouglassClub
Loudon's Beauty Shop .
A. J. Thomas Realtor GroceryParker's
Market 101
Roy W. Tyre
Strout Realty Inc. .
Barber Shop
Fred Barker Sears Merchant ""
Bell Electric Co. Taylor's Grocery Crews SupplyMrs.
Ed Majors .
Victor Frees Dot's Beauty Nook LAKE BUTLER Sistrunk
Lee's Standard Station

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Harold Lewis Alphonso J. Berry William B. Bigham III
. Lavon Bass (fine record. Keep up Hitch your wagonto
Acosta, Jr.
Susan Carol
John Henry Berry the good work. a star. s
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tq Were proud of you SMILE!

in every way.Compliments May happiness and s' S// h
I You've a right to be proud. ;
success greet every
Aim high, grads. you
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of the
step way.
We believe in you. fine record.

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C.B. Radio & Equipment
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future, we wish you success. .
You deserve the best.

Go get 'em, class of '73. ,
Best of everything to the ;",
Set your sights on that higher ( .,;,

goaland we know you'll get there. outstanding class of 1973. <[U PUN)) ; "

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Kathleen O'Dell

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I I II N (7 1 1Avg a Byron Flowers
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.LaY .i11Susan C.rl D. Rlh.rcl
Loretta Constance Chosteen Dell Sharon Pay sen
Susan Lydia Contois F Contois. Phyllis Karen Hutchins -- 1
Gloria Jean Covington I If r r : I

Malton Jean Covlngton I i
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Charles Bryan Cowart I'I r

Tommy Florence Roger Gail Cowart Cowart ,I rM1 1 1977

Elizabeth Ann Cox 'I.I
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Phillip Connie Reid Henry H. Ford the road to higher
I Donna M. N.lson Daryl R. Milliard James Gregory Vicky Ann Dyal achievement. Good luck
to you.
\ Leroy James Davis Bobby Douglas E. Dyal Jr. Susan Nanette J.E. HARDY
I Sylvester Davis Tyrone Debra Katherine Dyal W. Edwards AUTO SALES

Julia Michael DeSue Maxine Leonard Dixon

Jeweler"i Ulysses Timothy Jethro R. Dixon .
Congratulations- graduates. Jeweler"r;:: kGr.gory Dommon Et4t1
We're proud of you and
know that you will move rlI'n yI'' I dlI
on to greater achievements.S.S. Marorle| I l O I
OEGEL Ewell D. Reddish NEL I !!!hllllllll ll llr ;\

.AUTO SALES Dennis Susan JaneCunningham 1 1ti1i 4I 4\ ,

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Our wishis A Bright Future!
SE that You've passed another
s happinessand important milestone. YOU'RE A GRADUATE NOW, and we join
successattend Tomorrow is a promising your many friends in wishing you

always.you day.RED STANDARD ALVARES continued DAIRY success in future QUEEN endeavors.

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Edwards of (joy and Grocery happiness. V Shuford StationSid real,

WILLIAMS Starke, Florida i iIwJ

"Starke's Largest Quality lII "r ( .or1 -
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JI class of 73. You have built a solid
foundation for future achievements.Good .
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You're on your way, class of 73
May each new day b. I to further achievements. I
OF CONGRATULATIONS a bright page in the : Best wishes, whatever you do. Community State Bankof
book of' happiness.TasteeFreez .

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Johnnie B.Thompton NAP A16EStarke

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Marshall Paul Floyd John Hall Shirley Ann Jones Randall Alan Massey Gary James 0'Guin

Nathaniel Mathews James Franklin Outlaw
George Gray Flynn James Samuel Hallmark

Sandra Faye Fogg Emanuel Hampton Donald Leon Keys, Jr. i PIM r rr Donna Gail Melvin Valerie Jean Pabst

Ronald William Melvin Benjamin Harry Padgett
Henry Hubert Ford Yvonne Odessa Hampton Eugene Gary

Larry Leavern Ford Mark Edward Hardenbrook Kilby Jr. Mary Joyce Meng Gregory Allen Padgett

Kelley Forsythe Betty Jane Harris Andrew Jackson t Irene Corinne Millar Robin Eugene Parrish :

Linda Yvonne Fuquay Linda Marie Harris Stanley Ray Miller Blanche Annette Peterson

Anthony Wayne
Phillip Steven Futch Gayle Elizabeth Hatcher Lambas Cynthia Ellen Mitchell Cheryl Anne Phillips ,

Terry Alan Gaines Foster Steve Hayes Joyce Marie Lane Kenneth Gregory Morgan Lane Alan Powell :
Buckley Sandra C. :Tomlinson
Sandra Marie Luther John Powell
Mildred Anne Haynes Morgan
Randall Ray Gaskins Rose Marie Ain

Latham Ronnie Joe Moss Talmadge Lamar Pressley
Stephen William Gay Jack Edward Hazen, Jr.

Michael Edward Gissy Brian Keith Johns Dale Elaine Leaoh Donna Marie Nelson Gary Joseph Prevatt

Malachi Jerome Henry ,h( Gloria S. Prevatt
Johnnie Arnett
Mary Frances Goodge David Leon Newham

Cheryl Lynn Higginbotham Lee Jr. Gregory Dolph Reddish
Deborah Ann Green Jerry Lee Newman

Daryl Randall Hilliard Barbara Jean f w Stanley Drew Reddish
Dwight Clyde Green LefeversFranklin Willie Jerome Newsome
Steve Holmes Freeman C. Reed, Jr.
Ruby Paula Greene Tommas Alan Colleen Kay Nichols

Rosie Doretha Hudson LefeversRonald Sharon Crews Reed
Daniel Joseph Grlffis Eugene Robert Norman
Connie Ann Reid
Diana Lynn Jackson Ramar
Margaret Marie Griffis James Wayne Norman
Lennon. II G.org. Gray Flynn Paula Reid.
Phyllis Karen Hutchins
Janice Yvonne Norman
Olga Viola Griffis Carl Eugene Luther
Andrew Jackson Deborah Kay Lewis Edna Pearl Rhoden
Robin Jeanette Griffis Roy Dale Norman _
David McCutchen r
Dora DaVern Jenkins Jane Elizabeth Lott w

Steven Griffis Ernest Daniel McKinney :; Shirley Darlene Norman '/ I J I J}

Woodrow Griffis Jr. Dorothy Joyce, Marie Cheryl Johnson Johnson Mary Luke Darlene Belvin McNeal Nancy Juleene Norton 1 I ) )JJ I Mx |

Glenda Denise Nugent .
Terrie Elizabeth McNeal
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Pamela Ann Macy

Naomi Mann
Jackie Lee Marr

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class continued
We're an outstanding
expecting great
It's a big wide world
from happiness and success.
and you're an things you,
important part of it. class of 73. We're proud of you.
With confidence- predicta
bright future for the Success to you. Gulf COOPER'S NURSERYMLANDSCAPE'CO.

class of 73. Good luck, grads. S 3 EtN Stark '
Kentucky Fried Chicken .
Tuck's Drive In Stark, Flo.

U.S. 301 South Graduation is an
Starke important plateau.
You've done well,
Move on now to
higher goals.I
the work.
Keep up good

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To the class of '73 To the class of 1973 continued success
one of you. Good luck in your chosen career. ,
congratulations and best

wishes for all of tomorrow and many happy tomorrows.


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i 1973 SENIOR BROOKER IN BRIEF Community Newsy


MEETING Elizabeth (;hens Walker

PRESIDENT Carl Doke Riherd The Woman's Missionary U- STORK SHOWER
nlon Brotherhood Myra Thomas of DELL CHAPTER OES com- will begin with Sunday Schoolat
will havea Mrs. Is asked to serve as a
VICEPRESIDENT William E. Bigham HI combined Association Gainesville, formerly Myra Dell Chapter 168 OES will mittee of one. 9:30.: Morning service at
meeting at Keystone Heights Parrish of prooker, was hon- hold its regular meeting June 11. Dinner will be served at
SECRETARY Gayle Elizabeth Hatcher Baptist Church Tuesday,June ored with a Stork Shower giv- 14 at 8 p. m. in the Masonic CHURCH NEWS 12:15.: League at 4 p.m. Eve-
S, at 6:30 pjn. It will be a en at New River Fellowshiphall Hall on Brownlee Street. Greater Bethlehem Free- ning service, 6 p.m.
TREASURER Debra Katherine Dyal supper; meat will be fur- Tuesday evening May All members are asked to will Baptist Church, Rev.Jasper -
nished by the Brotherhood. please be present. Williams pastor. Trustee VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
'. I Ladles are to bring side dishes : 15.A pink and blue color motif The help of all Is need- Day was observed last Sun- Dally Vacation Bible School
and desserts. Guest speaker was used. Pink and blue floral ed for success. Each person day with Choir No. 3 serv- will begin June 11 at 5:30:
I will be Jack Epps of the arrangements were usedas ing. Rev. Williams spoke on p.m., Monday through Fri
United Christian Action and focal points in the room.A the subject, "ChristianHope. day, with the theme, "The
Class Flower Red he will speak on the drug stork centerpiece, encircled Lack Of Funds ." For the afternoon ser- Truth Shall Make You Free."
I Rose problem.! This meeting Is for with pink and blue car- vices the pastor and congregation The public is invited.
II I all age-levels and families. nations was used on the punch Slow New journeyed to Lawtey to
Class 'Lean On Me9 Special: music will be provided table. The guests placed their in a New Hope Baptist Church,
Song celebration Macedonia Rev. S. W. Mosely pastor.
by the Weeks Familyand gifts in a bassinet. Prizewinners Drunk Law at
a violin duet by W. B. were Glenda Andrewsand Freewill Baptist Church. Sunday School will begin services -
Class Colors Scarlet and McKinney and Mrs. James Jean Parrish. Mrs. Mary Lee spoke on at 9:45. Morning ser-
Gray Countryman. Brotherhood Director Punch, and cake decoratedwith Sheriff Dolph Reddish: says the subject, "Who Will Move vice at 11; afternoon service,
for the Association Is baby booties, rattlers, that Implementation of the new the Stone?" 4 p.m. Visitors always wel!
Class Motto W. E. Lawson and WMU Director etc., were served to the guestsby state law regarding the treatment The weekly services began come.
"Life Is your own, is Mrs. Countryman. the hostesses, Regina Par- of persons arrested on with Ushers Board No. 2 and
rish and Margaret Ann Dyal. charges of drunkenness is in Choir No. 3 meeting Monday Ebenezer Baptist Church,
Live it for Mrs. Thomas received many doubt due to the cutback of night. Senior Choir rehearsal Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.Services -
yourself. lovely gifts for the babytobe. Federal funds to underwritethe Tuesday night; Prayer will begin 'with Sunday
MUSIC RECITALThe A white diaper bag was program. Meeting Wednesday night.Tonight School at 9:30, Morning ser-
I students of Mrs. James given to her by the hostesses. The so-called Myers Act (Thursday) ,the Ladles vice at 11. Evening service,
Countryman will present a was scheduled to become effective Circle will meet at the home 7 p.m.
Musical Recital at New River July 1, removing the of Mrs. McKay. Friday night
Christie Lee Toni Gale Stone Baptist Church, Friday, June BRIDAL SHOWERSue criminal charge on drunkenness the Prayer Band will meetat Greater Allen Chapel AME
Riggs 1, at 7:30 p.m. Selections will Parrish was, honored and providing for treatment the home of Mrs. Sarah Church, Rev. B. C. Williams,
be on the piano, accordian and with a Bridal Shower Thursday for alcoholism rather Prince.All pastor. Sunday services will
Carl Doke Riherd Stephen Moyer Strickland voice. Refreshments will fallow } evening May 24, at the than jailing the culprit. weekly services will begin with Sunday School at
in the fellowship hall of Brooker Community Center. Reddish: said that unless anew start at 7:30 beginning June 10 a.m. Lovefeast service,
the church. The public is invited Blue, yellow and white source of funds is found 1. Sunday services will remain 11 a.m. Communion servicesat
Margaret Rose Rlsby Theresa Strickland to attend. streamers, centered with a to use for the establishmentand the same.Saturday 5:30. All members and
I wedding bell, created a cano- operation of treatment at 6 p.m. the monthly friends are invited to attend.
MUSIC WEEK py effect over centers for those arrested on Sunday School teachers The annual Women's Day
: Timothy Hlsby Lemar Strong New River Baptist Churchis A garland offowerswas drunk charges, it will be necessary conference will be held. The program will terminate Sun-
holding Music Week this attached to the wall behind to continue jailing Senior Choir will be selling day, June 10. All membersare
week under the direction of the lace-covered punch ta- them as !in the past.It dinners from the kitchen.Sunday asked to please cooper-
Alma Ruth Roark Ray Strong Mrs. James Countryman. To ble. A beautiful yellow and Is not considered likely Is pastoral day. Services ate with this activity.
climax music week a Musi- blue floral arrangement accented that the State will take up
James Wayne Teston cal Banquet will be held Saturday the table. The regis- the slack left by cancellationof
David Lynden Roberts June 2, in the Fel- tration table was covered witha the Federal funds, and no
lowship Hall of the church. white cutwork cloth. large local funds are available for KEYSTONE MELROSE
Paul Charles Joe Tetstone lighted candle gave a soft this purpose. Reddish: said.
Kerry Rodrigue BROOKER ELEMENTARY glow to the bride's book. At present, the situation is BUSINESS DIRECTORY
SCHOOL NEWS The honoree, along with her "up In the air, and highly
Roberta Felice Rondez Keith Martin Tetstone The classes of Mrs. Scott mother, Mrs. Fred McDavid uncertain" as to what will
and Mrs. Hurst took a field and her grandmother, Mrs. happen, Reddish said. FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES | HARDWARE
trip on May 16 to Gaines- Tom Lord, were presentedwith GARDENSLIM'S
Brenda Elaine Rosier Debbie Lynn Thomas ville. They toured the Gainesville beautiful corsages.
Post Office under the Games were played and enjoyed HutchinsWins fI Vie HARDWARE
direction of Mr. Morgan. The by some 50 guests. ANDGARDfN
Kendall Anthony Rosier Sandra Carol Tomlinson students learned of the process Yellow punch was poured ContestIn Fish -14'- Sniff
of mail distribution and from a crystal bowl and serv- CINTOt
became acquainted with some ed to the guests, along with Live Bait A complete line ol Hdw.
Novetha Ross Vicky Lynn Turner of the postal equipment used white iced cake squares dec- Lake CityPaul Crlckeu.Shln"ers.Wolms BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS
in the Gainesville center. oratedv.: with a white dove. Minnows Plumbing & Electrical
A second phase of the trip Sue received many lovely Supp.
Jerry Olan Rowe Barbara Annette Valinski involved a visit to the Gainesville gifts. Among these was an Hutchins, Jr.of Starke, TACKLERODSREELSFISHING Gro-Tone Fertilisers
Mall to view a displayof electric fry pan given to her placed first in the extempor- & HUNTING' Insecticides
aneous category of the Pub- LICENSES AMMUNITION Lumbtr & Building Materials
police techniques.The children by the hostesses: Louise
Charles Patrick Sapp David Francis Wager were given an extensive Crews, Carol Lee Jones, Ja- lic Speaking and Oral inter- ICE Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Light
explanation and demonstrationon nie Hayes, Cora Lee Stalna- pretation contest held at Lake Keystone Hgti. 473.4357 Keystone
Glenn Dan Sellers Wanda Dean Waldon crime detection devices. ker, and Jeanette Hayes. City Community College last 473-3663
Mothers accompanying the two Sue is the bride-elect of week. CAMP TRAILERS
Hutchins won the Sub-Dis- TELEVISION AIR COM!U)
classes were Mrs. Mary Sue David Don Register of .;Lake
James Lee Sewell Selma Ann Walker Willingham, Mrs. Nancy Tet- City. The wedding will be trict and Dist is FFA speak- &
stone, Mrs. Madge Hicks, and Saturday evening, June 9, at ing contests this year, and THEISES
Mrs. Effle Hodge. 7 p.m. at Antioch Baptist placed second In Area com- Robbie's Camp APPLIANCE
.,Theresa Elaine Sherman William Russell Watson Jr. On May 22, Brooker Ele- Church in LaCrosse. A reception petition. ;

..t'" > mentary was visited by Sgt. will follow at the home ttmr Trailer Sales Q uusiir
.. Old
Don Dean of the Gainesville of the bride's parents, Mr. 1he safety Low Gas .
, I Rebecca McLlndaSiemer;:: James Edward Wheeler Police Department..OtncezoDean's and Mrs. Fred McDavid, of :: :' .T, Price and Gators -on C.G.lot CAR AND TV STERO PORTABLE
_ purpose was to givea Brooker. All friends and relatives -
presentation to grades 4- of the couple are invited Hi Low Exclusive TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL
Janice Alvarez Smith Carnell Williams 6 concerning various typesof to both.VACATION Towing Insurance AND

f drugs and their harmful III) RESIDENTIALJAMES
I Margaret Ann Smith Williams effects.' The presentation Included BIBLE SCHOOL W. ROBINSON. PROP AIR CONDITION ING
Emily Gay a display: kit containing will be held at Brooker Baptist \ -a" 3.5 Miles S. Of Keystone, SALES & SERVICE
specimens of different Church, June 18-22. All IS 475-203J

Mary Ann Smith Gerald Leon Williams Jr. drug types.A children ages 3-15, are cor- KEYSTONE 473.4651
movie, produced by the dially invited to attend. The "Fireflies are the only I
U, S. Narcotics Bureau, and School will begin at 9 a.m. creatures that are admiredfor REAL ESTATE AUTO SERVICE
Shellee Marcelle Smith Helen Rachel Williams focusing on harmful effects of and end at 12 noon dally. getting lit every evening." I :

I I body marijuana, was to also the shown.mind Sgt.and ....-.......- '.'_.._'.'._._ ".'.".u.--.................. Richard T. Lovornl KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE

: Deborah Ellen Spengler Merry Louise Williams Dean also conducted a ques- Rabies ClinicSet K3g. Real Estate Broker |
tion and answer period for Jacksonville Front End Alignment Speed
the students which provided LAKE PROPERTIES Wheel Balancing
Loretta Jean Starling Vanessa Mae Williams them with much useful For June 9 RESIDENTIALBUSINESSACREAGE.'-a.., 'Air Conditioning/ Service-
Information concerning the
dangers of drug abuse. DirectoryAuto Brake Service
In BradfordA
Roger Wayne Starling Ronald Louis Wood
The classes of Mrs. Hurst INSURANCE 'Lubrication Oil Change.Keysten. -
and Mrs. Scott, along with
Rabies Clinic will be held Tune UpGoodyear
Hgts. 473-3254
elementary stu-
Sheldon upper Sales and Service
Edwin Starling Ernest Earl Woodard
dents in the county, were invited Saturday, June 9, in Bradford 473-4692 .
t. by Dean Cassells,Brad County at the following times Prri Motor. Edna Tires
Gina Ann Statzer Terri Dawn Woods ford High School Band Director and places:
to attend a concert pre Hampton City Hall 9 to 10 Martha Durbin 4733362Jim 1 BLK. Off E. 21 and 1 BLK.
I sented by the BUS Band at SALES Fox 473-4148 N. Off 100
Fred Woodrow Stewart Ulysses Woods 9 a.m., May 23. The two a.m.Lawtey City Hall, 10:30: to .ERYICE VOLVO C.B. McAfee 473-4050 KEYSTONE IIGTS. 473-4052
classes, along with Mr. McKinney 11:30: arm.Starke PARTS
were taken to the City Park (across BEAUTY SHOP S. f E.: McKa' >, Realtor
Rhonda Kay Stokes Sandra Dianne Youngblood from Health Dept) 12 noon AI.an O.o4 Used Cars

high school auditorium by to 1 p.m. Ml Laura .&. ... 3M-5 S< NeW |S.E. McKAY: REALTOR
Sanitarian Jack Tra- .
school bus. The purpose of County Beauty Style Member of
wick recommends that all pet Skof"For Soeit'tv.
Drivers Need the concert was to acquaintthe PIANOS of Residential
owners have their animals In- o ( Appraisers
audience with
: the county
noculated. He says that 53 Serving/ This Area For 26 Years
1 Skill band program. The programwas -
Special enjoyed by everyone. cases of dog bite were reported COJVN and KIMBALL Phone Mrs. Melba Ilgen/ 473-4740
GGalvanized in the county duringthe ORGANS,!
f For loyeller4 Mrs. Dolores Gilmore 473-3600
sFRIN ANNIVERSARY past year, although none
< Congratulations to Mr. and was found to be rabid. Mrs. Joanne Gassett 47J-1622

[ Motor home recreational Mrs. J. C. Harrell who celebrated Mr. Leslie Robinson 4751035HomesAcreageRentals
f vehicles, which are growing In
their 40th wedding
Heights V- V.
popularity, need special drlv- anniversary Sunday, May 20, The man at the next desk .:
[ Ings skills, the Florida High with a reception at their homein says he must have that' Lon- Melrose.*-
And Office
Painted I way Patrol advises. Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. don flu; hit sinuses art 473-4816

Harrell are former residents jogged up. ,1'( .
Steel Roofing & Siding Sheets Beach Patrol Director. Eldrlge KIMIIALi.SW'INER":' (] Lanoll'. Boutique /y, ..\ Rays Shell
said "All new opera- ORGANS Styles 1 sad Accessories '* Wrecker S.rv I ce
Lengths To 30" Long tors of should these types of vehicles Roosevelt Mall 388-8519 For The Complete Wo monitor channek 13 C.B.

G alv.- when driving use on our special highways care ".. 2929 N. W. 13th CoinesvllU Woman 24 HRS _

Painted$13.25 Per 100 Sq. ft.. since cumbersome they and are difficult sometimes to NMt ::::::t FURNITURE Hat 21 Btwn ServiceKeystone "

$23.73 Per 100 Sq. manuever. If the driver has FURNITURE X.p.ton. ac.tro.. AA

Ft. never driven a heavy vehicle AT DISCOUN ; 475-2111 Day Call 473-3083
before, he must realize YOUR HOME ? Nights 473-2338
Check For Quantity Discounts that extra space is needed Complete

for passing safely.,"parking, and stopping GO MODERN ALL THE WAY Hou.eholdI shinqs Pill) Dirt' ElectrIcal Contractor

with the all new Chrysler Airtemp ", Beach Sand
PENTA Up Te 40"%" Savings Bell Electric Co.
TREATED POSTS tc LUMBER Many of these vehicles are Cloy PHI
top-heavy and any sudden ma- whole house air conditioningFREE Baxky Chair Co. Tractor Work James W. Bell, Owner
neuver may cause them to
overturn. The director: cautioned SURVEYCALL 64? c...." 1 Block Hank Brunlng'
Some Damaged Or Stained Sheet "Have the salesman US From, 1.10.Jock.e. CommercialResidential
As Low As 8.50.: Per Square give you sufficient training !! 389-1741 HEIGHTS
in handling the vehicle until PHONE 473-4 761 Repairs

SEE AT OR CALL you feel confident enough to / --"OfJ1m\\t AUTO ELECTRICF P.O. BOX 41 Electrical FixruresRanae -
travel on your own, then take -/irtemp Hoods
short familiarization trips before 372 Brownie. 'AVY Brothers LAKE GENEVACONTRACTORS Keystone Hgts. 473-3602
you hit the vacation Starke. Flo.
trail" the FlIP advises. Electric Co..

Farm Mart : $; ;nlC t 964-8363 Alternator Starter Triangle ..AUTO SERVICE_

u The spies and schemers of STARKE APPLIANCE C.n.ratert Regulators Enterprise, Inc. JOHNSON AUTO TUNE UP
Washington obviously have General Contractors 'Genets! Repairing -
matched too much television.No AUTO--- TRUCK Commercial Engines Rebuilt
Hiway 301 South. Starke. Fla. wonder they bungle to ResidentialLicensed 'Minor Machine Shop Work
badly. Would you want a doctor wh.,. Fair Price. an"] Quality DIESEL Insured Automatic\ :Transmission -

Phone ((904)) 964-8917 who learned hit. technique .W.k .Is 0.r Prla. 4044 Lenox Av. Jax. Featuring Tires Air Conditioning.
from the medical snowi? Th. Liads.1 Cedar Home. Batteries
387.2521 473N.. St. Rd. 21 473- Won. Frt. 7iJO: A.M. 6 P.M
coal Repairman Employed!: oj- 3542 PO Box 657 2110 ,LAKE!,GENEVA'. *30. 1 4734117i P.M.

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May 31, 1973 TEL ECRAPH'Page 17

PROPERTYTO E219'N210'% W210'S
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO a written instrument purpor- Lego! NoticesNOTICE : JESSE TYSON Address 210' to Beg. Sec 18, T-6-
- - - ,
REGISTER FICTITIOUS ting to be the Last Will and - unknown

NAME Testament of said decedenthas YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED S, R-22-E. .
been admitted to probateIn they may have against said a/k/a NOTICE OF SUIT which assessed
Notice Is hereby given that DIANE RAY MARTINEZ that an action to Petition Name In :
the undersigned, Mrs. A. J. this Court. You are here- estate In the office of the The City of Starke Florida 2120 or 2021 Airline Drive TO: ALBERT JONES, the following propertyin FIRST MTG. CORP.'OF STU-
Barry 1217 Bessent Road, by commanded within six cal- circuit Judge of Bradford Invites bids for an accounting Houston, Texas. Whereabouts unknown Bradford County Florida: ART.
Starke. Fla. 32091 intends endar months from the date County Florida, in the court- machine to fit the YOU ARE NOTIFIED thata You are hereby notified that The South Half of Lot Eight All of said property being
to engage In business under of the first publication of this house at Starke Florida, specifications and purposesas Petition for Dissolutionof an action for Divorce has been (8) or the Southeast Quarterof In the County of Bradford,
the fictitious name The Magic notice to appear In this Court within six calendar months outlined. Bids will be received Marriage has been filed filed against you ALBERT Southeast Quarter of Sec- State of Florida.
Needle In mailing and show cause, If any you from the date of the first at the City Clerk's against you In the above nam- JONES and you are required tion 13, Township 6 South Unless such certificate or
StarkebFla. 548, can, why the action of this publication of this notice. Office City of Starke Flo- ed Court, and you are required to serve a copy of your writ- Range 21 East Containing certificates shall be redeemed -
Starke Fla. 32091 and that Court In admitting said Willto Each claim or demand must rida until 7:00 O'clock P.M. to serve a copy of ten defenses If any to It, Forty (40) Acres more or according to law the property -
she will register said name probate should not stand be In writing'and must state on June 5th, 1973.Bids will Include your answer or pleading on on the Petitioner's attorney less. described In such cer-
with the Clerk of the Cir- unrevoked.s. the place of residence and a total purchase price the Petitioner's attorney, whose name and address Is has been filed against you tificate or certificates will
cuit Court, Bradford County / George L. Patten post office address of the with a trade-in allowance for: CAROL WILD SCOTT, 11 R. Franklin Rltch P. O. Box and are required to servea be sold to the highest bid-
Circuit Judge claimant and must be sworn 879, Starke. Florida 32091 and you the court house dooron
Florida. Mrs. A. J. Barry One Q)Burroughs E-4000 Ma- West University Avenue of written defen- der at
sole owner. Dated this 25th George H. Pierce to by the claimant, his chine Serial No. E-0164807. Gainesville Florida 32601 file the original with the clerkof ses.copy If any your to It, on the plaintiffs Monday In Month of June
day of May 1973. P.O. Drawer 1030 agent, or his attorney or 1. Utility Accounts Receiv- and file the original answeror the above styled court on whose name 1973 which is the 25 day of
5/31 4t 6/21 Starke Fla. 32091 it will become void accord- able Function Billing & Col- pleading In the office of or before June 18,1973:other- and address la Hon. GeorgeH. June, 1973.
Attorney for Executor Ing to law. wise a Judgment may be entered of
lections. the Clerk of the Circuit Pierce P. O. Drawer 1030 Dated this 21st day May
First Publication on May 31, Dated this 1st day of May 2. Payroll Function Court In and for Bradford against you for the relief Starke. Florida, and file the, 1973.
1973 A. D., 1973.Charles 3. Checkwrlting Function County, Florida on or before demanded In the com- Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk
of the
original with the clerk
In The Circuit Court of Flo- 5/31 4t 6/21 A. Howe AdmInI- 4. Appropriation Expenditure 11 of June 1973. plaint or petition. By Beulah M. Moody, D.C.
rida Eighth Judicial Circuit, strator of the Estate of MARY Subsidiary Ledger If you fall to cb so. judge- Witness my hand and the above styled; court on or before Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
June 18 1973 otherwisea
In and For Bradford County.IN EDNA NEWSOM, a/k/a EDNA ment by default will be taken seal of said Court on May : Bradford County Florida
Function be entered
PROBATE In The Circuit Court Of HENDRY NEWSOM,deceased. 21st 1973. Judgement may 5/24 4t 6/14
against ( for the -
you relief
5. Revenue Receipts Subsidiary against for the relief demanded -
Case No. Florida Eighth Judicial Circuit First publication on May demanded In the petition. Gilbert S. BrownAs you
In re: Estate of CARRIE In And For Bradford 10. 1973. Ledger Function The Issue of custody Is in- Clerk of said Court in the complaint or ""
WARD, deceased. County. In Probate Case 5/10 4t 5/31. 6. General Ledger Function volved. By: Beulah M. Moody as petition. "NOTICE OF APPLICATION
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll 7. Inventory (Stores & Sup- Deputy Clerk WITNESS my hand and the FOR TAX DEED

creditors of the estateof NO.In re: Estate of AVIE plies) Function this WITNESS 27 day my of hand March and 1973.seal 5/24 4t 6/14 seal of said Court on May 18, Sec. 194.16 F. S.

CARRIE WARD, deceased, L. PEARCE, a/k/a AVIE In the Circuit Court of Flori- 8. Fixed Assets Functiona. GILBERT S. BROWN 1973. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
are hereby notified and required LOU THOMPSON PEARCE da, Eighth Judicial Circuit, General Fixed Assetsb. CLERK By: Betty Gilbert S. Brown that MR. B. B. ROWLANDthe
to file any claims or deceased. In and for Bradford County.In Utility Fixed Assets Deputy Clerk. NOTICEI As Clerk of said Court holder of the following
demands which they may have NOTICE OF PROBATETo Probate Case No. Including Depreciation will not be responsiblefor By: Beulah M. MoodyAs certificates has filed said certificates -
against said estate In the office all persons interestedIn In re: Estate of Avle L. 9. Preparation of Financial 5/17 4t 6/7 any debts other than my Deputy Clerk for a tax deed to
of the Circuit Judge of the estate of said: decedent Pearce a/k/a Avle Lou Statementsa. own. Jewel J. Quinn will pay (Court Seal) be Issued thereon. The cer-
Bradford County Florida In : Thompson Pearce. deceased. Balance Sheetb. all bills. Joseph L. QuInn. 5/24 4t 614NOTICE tificate numbers and yearsof

the Courthouse at Starke, Florida You are hereby notlfed NOTICE TO CREDITORS: Revenue Compared Estimated In The Circuit Count In The 2tp 5/31 Issuance the descriptionof

within six calendar that a written Instrument All creditors of the estateof Revenuec. Eighth Judicial Circuit,In And the property and the namesIn
months from the date of the purporting to be the Last AVIE L. PEARCE a/k/a Expenditures Compared For Bradford County, Fla. In The Circuit Court Eighth OF TAX SALE which it was assessed are
first publication of this no- Will and Testament of said AVIE LOU THOMPSON to Appropriations Case Notice Is hereby given that as follows:
No. 73-127
tice. Each claim or demand decedent has been admittedto Pearce deceased are here 10. Capability of Magnetic In re: ,Petition of ANTONIO Judicial For Circuit of FloridaIn on the 22nd day of June 1973 Certificate No. 10. Year of
must be In writing and must probate In this Court. by notified and. required to Striped Sheets RIVERA and ELOISE RIVERA and Bradford County beginning 12:00 Noon at Starke. Issuance 1971.Description.
state the place of residenceand You are hereby commanded file any claims or demands Bids will also Include the NOTICETO CIVIL ACTION County of Bradford, State of of Property:

post office address of within six calendar months which they may have against expected date of installationand : Margaret Jenson, c/o Department Case No. 73-122 Florida, tax sale certificates NWl/4 of SW1/4 40 Acres
the claimant and must be from the date of the first said estate in the office date when the machinecan of Public Health and CECELIA B. CRIBBS & will be sold on the following Sec 11, T-7-S, R-21.
sworn to by the claimant, publication of this Noticeto of the Circuit Judge of Brad- be operational.The Welfare San Francisco Cali MANNING EDWARD CRIBBS, described land to pay the a- Name In which assessed:
his agent, or his attorney appear in this Court and ford County Florida, in the City reserves the rightto fornia. her husband Plaintiffvs- mount due for taxes herein J. D. ODOM, JR.

or It will become void according show cause, If any you Courthouse Starke, Florida, waive Informalities in any You are notified that the a- ADOPTION Defendant set opposite the same together All of said property being
to law. can, why the action of this within six calendar months bid; to reject any or all bids bove-named Petitioner, ANTONiO NOTICE OF SUIT with all costs of such In the County of Bradford,
Dated this 22nd day of May, Court In admitting said Will from the date of the first In whole or In part, with or RIVERA and ELOISE NO PROPERTYTO sale and all advertising. State of Florida.
A. D., 1973. to probate should not stand publication of this notice. without cause and/or to accept : RALPH WALDO BEVERLY 4(418-00100( Unknown Unless such certificate or
RIVERA his wife have fileda
the bids that In Its Judge ADDRESS UNKNOWN That portion of Gov't Lots
/s/ Harry L. McDowell unrevoked. Each claim or demand must certificates shall be redeemed -
In the
Executor of the Estate of First Publication be In writing and must state. ment will be for the best petition YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- 7 & 8 which lies North of according to law the pro-
on t May Court for the adoption of the
Interest of the City of Starke FIED that action for Adoption Santa Fe River Sec. 18 Twp.
CARRIE WARD deceased. 10. 1973. the place of residence and minor child named In that an perty described In such cer-
George 11. Pierce George L. Patten, Circuit post office address of the Florida. petition and are comman- of Minor Children has 7S Rge 20E 40 Acres tificate or certificates will
AttorneyP. Judge Bradford County. claimant and must be sworn OF THE been filed against you and $65.70 $1.97 $3.38 $.15, be sold to the highest bid-
O. Drawer 1030 5/10 4t 5/31 to by the claimant, his agent; CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA ded to serve a copy of your you are required to serve a Adv. cost $14.70 total $71.20.J. der at the court house dooron
Starke Florida 32091 or his attorney or it will Merrill Edwards City Clerk written defenses, If any, on copy of your written defenses Monday in Month of June,

First Publication on May 31, In The Circuit Court Of become void according to 5/17 3t 5/31 Dudley P. Hardy Petitioners' if any to It, on the plaln- R. KELLY 1973, which is the 25th day
1973 attorney whose address is tItr"'s attorney whose name TAX COLLECTOR of June 1973.
Florida Eighth Judicial Cir
5/31 4t 6/21 cuit, In And For Bradford law.Dated this 1st day of May. In The Circuit Court Of P. O. Drawer 730 Starke, and address Is Hon. GeorgeH. BRADFORD COUNTY Dated this 21st day of May
A.D.,1973. The 8th Judicial CircuitIn Florida 32091, on or before Pierce Starke Florida FLORIDA 1973.
County. Case No. -
In Probate. James Harold Sapp Execu- And For Bradford County,Florida. July 10, 1973, and file the and file the original with the 5/24 4t 6/14 Gilbert S. Brown Clerk
In The Circuit Court of Flo- VIE original with the Clerk of clerk of the above styled courton
In re: Estate of MARY tor of the Estate of By Beulah M. Moody D.C.
rida Eighth Judicial Circuit, EDNA NEWSOM, a/k/a EDNA L. PEARCE, a/k/a AVIE CASE NO. 73-75. this Court either before ser- or before June 18, 1973: LEGAL NOTICEI Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
In and For Bradford County.IN '
vice Petitioners'
PROBATE HENDRY NEWSOM, de LOU THOMPSON PEARCE Filed In the office of Clerkof on attorneyor otherwise a Judgement may am not responsible legally Bradford County Florida
Case fIn deceased. Court on the 27 day of Immediately thereafter; be entered against you for for anyone's debts other 5/24 4t 6/14
ceased.NOTICE GEORGE H. PIERCE Attor- March 1973 at 8:29 M.GilbertS. otherside a default may be the relief demanded In the
re:Estate of Carrie Ward, TO entered against for the than my own. Charles P.Bias.
deceased. creditors of the estateof ney P.O. Drawer 1030 Starke Brown,, By BE, D.C. you complaint or petition. 2tp 531NOTICE
relief demanded in the pe- WITNESS hand and the
Florida 32091 JEROLD HENRY MATH- my
ALL PERSONS INTER- a/k/a EDNA HENDRY NEW- First publication on May ENY Petitioner and DIANE tition.WITNESS seal of said Court on May M ; Neighbors
hand and the
my 18 1973.
ESTED IN TIlE ESTATE OF SOM deceased are hereby
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO seal of the Court at Starke, Gilbert S. BrownAs SSt
SAID DECEDENT.You notified and required to 5/10 4t 5/31 : DIANE RAY MATHENY Florida this 11th day of May, Clerk of said Court
demands which Sec. 194.16 F. S.
are hereby notlfed that any claims or
Beulah M. MoodyAs
Deputy Clerk The County of Bradford,
Clerk of the Circuit Court lit
PLANNED USE REPORT (Court Seal the holder of the following
By: Donna M. Branson, 5/24 4t 6/14
certificates has filed said cer-

CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA Deputy Clerk tificates for a tax deed to
In the Circuit Court of Eighth be Issued thereon. The cer-
5/17 4t 6/7 Judicial Circuit of Florida tificate numbers and yearsof
STATEMENT OF 'ESTIMATED REVENUE v ,.1.. ,- In and For Bradford County Issuance, the descriptionof

NOTICEIn CIVIL ACTION the property and the names
The Circuit Court of Florida Case #7343T. in which It was assessed are
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING Eighth Judicial Circuit, M. EDWARDS, single as follows:

In and For Bradford County Plaintiffvs- LOIS HAGAN Certificate No. 72. Year of ".1;; _
Case No: 73-133 DELIA COVINGTON ROSE Issuance 1966.Description.
ELLA LOUISE JONES, TYSON JESSE TYSON & of Property: "lie should be sloppedthe -
ENTITLEMENT PERIOD JANUARY 1st JUNE 30 1973 Wife/Petitioner and ALBERT JOHNNY TYSON Defendant Beg 396', W & 210', N of poor bird have to bathein

JONES Husband/Respondent. NOTICE SUIT SE Cor of SE1/4 of SW1/4. that same water."








Transformers and Repairs $ 2,000.00

Power-line Materials for Extensions 5,000.00

Engineering Study and Fees 7,000.00 CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA

Plant Repairs and Supplies 8,465.00
Contingency Fund 500.00



Engineering Study and Fees J.OOO.OO
Financial Administration
Environmental Protection and Improvement 19,465.00Contingency Transformers and RepairsPowerlineMaterials $ 2,256.00
Fund 2000.00
for Extensions 10,000.00

Engineering Study and Fees
TOTAL 22965.00
Contingency Fund 500.00

Plant Repairs

Street Paving, Repair and Sidewalk Repair .. 11484.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES ,> 37829.00

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ENTITLEMENT PERIOD JANUARY 1st JUNE 30 1973 S ? 414 00 Financial Administration $ 2,256.00

Engineering Study and Fees 12,000.00

Contingency FundEnvironmental 500.00

NOTE Protection and Improvement 23073.00

The City of Starke started receiving Federal Revenue Sharing Funds TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES ':+;: ':': "' 37829.00

January 1 1972. The above budgeted items are the first priority :, .-' '..:' t'".

items as authorized by the City Commission of the City of Starke. STREET AND SIDEWALK DEPARTMENT :.'
This is a new source of income and as the City receives these funds .,' .. .

the City Commission will spend the money on the most urgent priorities Financial Administration $ 1,000.00

as needed by the Citizens of the City. Street Paving and Sidewalk Repair 17916.00

Respectfully_Submitted ____ TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES $18,916.00TOTAL

JJ .U'& (, d


City Clerk-City of Starke ENTITLEMENT PERIOD JANUARY 1st -.DECEMBER )1. 1972 4 U.0(

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Round Steak -$148) Shoulder Steak $139 r
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Round Steak . $1 I58 Rump Roast . $149 V f t y.'

Club Steak $))69 Round Roast $169 4 A ,1 !
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Boneless sl79 Boneless Steak $179
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T-Bone Steak $189 Ground Round $138 : 1 ,
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Rib Steak $169 Shoulder Roast $139
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Delmonico I $239 Ground Beef 3 LB. 259 P
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3 $399 wn.wwx,el.wS
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Ketchup . . 2 32-oz.BTLS.. 88C Fruit Drinks . 3 .601 CANS 88e

: S ButterPINEBREEZE . . . ;PKG.68c: Sausage 4 cV-'% 88C

Extra Large Eggs uJL:2: ::: 59C Fruit Cocktail . 4 16 CANS 01 88*

tuna Helper . 2 PKGS. 88C Sauce . 4 IS-oi CANSSAVE SSe

Puddings . . 2 PACKS 88C Weenees 4 CANS 88cWESSON
OIL Pineapple! Juice 3 A6 CANS o:. 88C Early Garden Peas 4 1701.CANS O O OIAOI. O C


SAVE Tomatoes . . 3 ST.88e;: Cut Green Beans 5 CANS. SSc
lie W Pears . 3 16 CANS! oe 88 Pork & Beans . 8 lo-oi.CANS 88
48-oz.: .(- . . 3 Xs Sandwich Bread 3 LOAVES 24 ot. O O C



Limit 12 w/$7.5O or more purchase excl. cigs. r +

1 2 SAVE 12-or.CANS 36c 88 A Watermelons RED RIPE EACH


r:T I Yellow Corn 11 EARS 88C Choc. Dome Pie 42-ai.PKG.: 88c

h Tomatoes 3 LBS. 99C Beef Pot Pie 5 A':;s. 88cFRESH

Green Cabbage 2 HEADS 49C Turkey Dinner. 2 PKGS. 88C

I 1 2 STALKS39c 2 88C
M .1. Celery Whip Topping P KG.

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Mi I .wrA Choc. Layer Cake I-, : 88C French Fries 5 88C


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Deadline for insertion Tues- homes outside city; limits J. .v X .9. $3,19-JLXJ2, $-1.98; Job Opportunities House CleaningInside
B. White. Ph. 964-6114. If tf x t2::, $11.5T5n2 x 15.only FRIDAY NIGHT Agency DAVIS
day Noon preceding Thursday no answer 964-6219. $14.95.. Many patterns and co- Cook Reg. Real tt Out
before publication. or 964-6152. tfchg lors. Dahmer's Discount, tf 8:30: P.M. PONTIAC with STEAM
Minimum Paul &
Charge 2.00 GMC TRUCKS Mildew And Paint
(Covers 15 Words) 30? .1. CHERRY ST. DlshwatheriRestaurant
Each word over 35, 10* "LOTS FOR SALE Golf 206 S. Carpets And Floor Service
All Classified Ads must be & Country Club, ready for Want To Drink, That's y Starke Fla. A LOT-7;; Phone 964-5771
paid for in advance unless HOUSES fOR RENT'FOR building on or for Investment (IIIVIII I COVE SPRINGS
Business Beta S A.M.
Your .1. WANT TO
you have established account Lots area approximately 1/2
and Paved RUY REAL After 4i30 P.M.
acre larger. roads
with the Telegraph, in only 3 minutes from town. Want To Stop, That's Our Call Us For Complete janitorial,
that event 50* extra chargefor Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 BusinessFOR Prospects W Service
billing. Not responsiblefor RENT- bedroom fUr- p.m. tfchg Boy'd Service
errors when given over nished house. Adults only, no It ... / QocoQoooooooooooouoQoOoOOOQooOOOoOOO
the phone.or when'copy is pets. Apply 527 N. Walnut "a job well done feel- ItI y Co. "

not typed and brought to Up FOR SALE- large water Ing" clean carpets with Blue I I i
the office. front lots on Hampton Lake.F. Lustre. Rent electric sham- Yrs Experience CARL BEGGS
Register 964-5888 or 964- pooer $1. Devrlck, Inc., 301 LONG
FOR RENT- Mountain Cottage E. Call St., 964-6163. Licensed Gulf Service
8771. tfchg
$50 week.Completely furnished. Home
Pay Far ClassifiedAds Weeks available, June, ew & Old Work
July, August, September. Limit FOR SALE Doors, entrance, GOOD PAY )
Advance 5 persons. R.E. Edmondson screen Interior, louvers, MILLEI Irtwi AND BENEFITSPaid WE 1 Yr Guarantee USED
Increased costs have madeIt Star Rt. Box 49, Black shutters, closet blfolds, sliding -
necessary for this newspaper Mtn., N. C. (704) 669-6861. glass, Windows, awning Vacations "Your Free Estimate
to clarify It. present 3tchg 531HOUSES & single hung. Also lumber
rules and adopt new one. for and hardware. New & used Paid Holidays Your 964-8961 PARTSFor
the publication of classified
priced to save you money. FREE
advertisements In Group Insurance
Its columns.
Ricks 301 N.of Starke
Profit Most Makes Of' Cars
964-5184. 4tp 6/7 sharing
All advertisements of this FOR SALENATIONAL JOB TOO BIG
N.w & Used
nature must be paid In advance UniformsAnd 24 Hr. Wrecker Service
unless an established WATSON'SHOUSE Sales Service 'WJ Homes
monthly account Is main- OF VACUUM Many Others TOO SMALL Hwy. 301 1 N. Waldo
tained with this newspaper.' Many brands of
Mailing and bookkeeping mortgage company $39.00 up. Used new machines vacuums 1 Mi. North of the Mall Apply In Person At Phone 468-1998
costs have advanced' making has two four bedroom, 2 from $10. GAINESVILLE
It necessary to make this bath homes for sale, on 1/2 Expert Repairsall HOLIDAY INN
makes. Parts and Acces- Hwy. |
adjustment. acre wooded lots. Low down
It Is much preferred that payment. Call and see how sories for all vacuums. Built' OF STARXE MORTGAGESInterested
In Central -
vacumn clea.: <
classified advertising beplaced easy It Is to own one of these j INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR
In person, rather than homes. Call collect Ocala 622- systems.376-7110 712 N.Main, Gainesville SELLING? Between 8 A.M. 5 P.M.Mobilo In buying1st
by telephone so as to avoid 8118. tfchg 0. C. .
& second to date
errors. T f .
FOR SALE- 14 flatbed Fruit Trees or dellquent mortgages
FOR SALE- bedroom house, x ,,tB ,
dbl. carport, nice neighborhood truck body all pressure GEORGE ROBERTS -.n- Evergreens
convenient location. Ph. treated. Lights & reflect Horn LET US MAKE YOU AN OFFER
RileyPavinJ& 964-7106. Itp ors. Ph. 964-7498. 2tchg REAL ESTATE Most In Cans
Charles Zlpperer Call John Bradley Southern Discount
Co.Driveways expando Rooms & Add 23 Ml. .
FOR S ALE-3 BR frame house, Associate, On Rooms Hwy. 964-5010

furnished. 615 W. Lafayette.Call A.J. THOMAS-REALTOR PHONE %1.7826 Free Delivery and Set Up ,
964-5838 after 5 p.m.Jitp NITES 468-1753
964-5701 421 W. MADISON ST. 100 MILE RADIUS

Parking Lots 2 BR 1 Bath Frame $12,200 BANK FINANCINGHWY STARKE BUILDERS
FOR SALENew 3 bedroom 17 NORTH -

brick veneer, 2 baths, living 3 BR 1 Bath Block $12,500 Central Machine GREEN COVE 5/7J RAY'S : A Complete Building Service

473-2102 room,, kitchen and dining And Tool Product Tel. 284.5001 264-7311 964-5270 219 E. Washington St.
area. Good location. Finan- 3 BR 2 Bath Block $17,000
cing available. Call Buford TOOL k1At<.t:: \.s Starke, Fla.

P.O.Box 212 Mitchell, 964-6853. tfchg 2 BR Cent Heat/Air $17,500 DIE MAKERS KIRBY CO. Of Starke CONGOLEUMSHINYL VINYL

4 BR Cent Heat/Air $23,200 R.t.MachinistsTop 54 Hour Meek.Hoeplte.lletlon (WINKLER ELECTRIC, AAA "The No Wax Floor" 54.5V

Starke, 4 BR 1/2 Acres City $38,000 Insurance. I INC.) On : Installed i Compare: At $6.50 Per Sq. Yd.
MISCELLANEOUSBEGINNING Clean Precision Air Condition Licensed


38 Acres Fenced, Pasture Colon To Choose From
ballet lessons to & TOOL PRODUCTS Vacuu Many $6.97

FOR SALE50 Sex Link hens, begin soon. Ages 7-14 accepted. FOR SALE- Fill dirt & Gainesville, Fla. No Job Exceeds F.H.A. Sp.cIU.aUonaCompl.t.ly Rubber Padding P.> Sq. V-
topsoil CleanersSales Installed Over
Barred Rock cross with Rhode Call 964-7710. Itp Ph. 376-2533
Starke & Lawtey.
Island Red. Good: layers:Call SHAG
lor Landscape Co. 7823437.
782-3625 after 5 p.m. Itclig WANTED TO RENTThree ltp and Service234'N. The Carpet With The Now LooM
bedroom home for one year MARTIN Continuous Pit. Nylon
SEWINGMACHINE Color To Chooe From 4tT
. In Starke area. References U.S. 90 QC
FOR SALEPoultry equip Temple Ave. / a T3
Gainesville >lat.ly Installed Over Rubber Padding Per Sq. Yd.
INSURANCEAT furnished. Call ment-nest free, good tin roof, Phone
REDUCED RATES 373-2961. 2tp 6/7 automatic feed & water, post, For Best Idea"S -- -
Phone 964.7596
AUTO, FIRE, BOAT EARL'S land clearing, dozer rafters & Jugs. 964-5317. lip: Sales and Service TRAVEL

DOYLE E. CONNER work & fill dirt. Free esti- FOR SALEHay, coastal bermuda PFAFF ELNA After 6.P.M. 964.5359 MINI- Sewing Operators

INSURANCE AGENCY mates. Kingsley Lake Ph.533- or llllsa $1.25 bale. New HomeWHITE TRUCK

g 2147. 8tp 5/31 Ph. 473-3152, Rodney Hall or AND Experienced Preferred But We Will Train.If .

473-4562 Clyde Hall. Itp
MOBILE home moving. Also $49.50 up Full Line You Are Seeking Regular Permanent
home hurricane anchoring NEW
mobile AND
LOST AND FOUNDFOUND i & mobile home roof FOR SALE1973 Wlnnebago Servl Employment.
Parts & Repairs
Olin's Mobile Home 18 ft motor home, just brokenIn on SALES
coating. $7,500. Will trade for late all other make machinesNATIONAL
964-5606 Rt. 100 W.
Service. model car or truck. Ph. 473- PARTS I Cadillac Uniform Co.
Starke Fla. tfchg
-Walker hound. Own- 3767. 4to 6/21 Is 441 E. Brovrnlee
er may have be Identifying, Deep and Shallow Wells
Starke Fla.
s and board. LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast ,
Call 782-3181- 3tp 5/31 with X-ll Diet Plan, $3.00. .
: with motor, also edger used very 611 W. Univ. Ave.
REDUCE Excess Fluids little. Call 9647712. Itp Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT
REWARD for Information X-Pel $3.00.Money Back Gua- Gainesville, Fla. SERVICEON Now In Stnrkc
leading to the return of brown rantee at Koch Drug. 12 tp
& white wirehaired Terrier. 6/21 FOR SALE- AKC registered 378-1355 ALL MAKES
German Shepherd puppies,seven -
Hampton Lake. 468-1591. Itp weeks old. 782-3956 after PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE
wE"NOW:: HAVE diamond i ltee- five Itp
dies for any make or model finishing Dealer

stereo player.-- Dahmer' t PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
AUTOMOBII.ESUSED Discount House tfchgLICENSED FOR SALERegistered quar- Sewing Machines
ter horse Call All Types Of *
mare. 964- Vacuum Cleaners
electrician and UpholsteryRNpvd Moved 5 Blocks North
8375 after 5 P.m. Up Scissors
sub-contractor, all types 864 N. Temple Ave
home remodeling work. Also Cabinet Work Other Notions

FOR SALEVW bus, 1969. welding.: Speedy service. 964- 189 LB. FREEZERS onl y
Excellent condition. Air. Call 8087. 5tp 5/31 $169.95. Just $16.75 down and Specializing In There is Offer Expert Service On All Makes Sewing

964-5971 after 6 p.m. except 12 payments of $14.66 at Dah Piano Refinishing you and Machines And Vacuum Cleaners
weekends. ltp HOUSE PAINTING, estimates mer's Discount tfchg And ReconditioningC. out conditioning a
gladly given, hourly or by
FOR SALE1967 Firebird, contract. First class work- FOR SALEPant Suits, Unl- E. JACKSON FIAT us lous today- Colenmn'a Sewing Center

AT, AC, PS, PB, R&H. Call manship guaranteed. Lonnie 431- firms $10.00 Men:UnlformsDresses 1313 W. Madison Starke ker sale! 13ft: E. Call St.
$900. Rob e r t s. Call-- Days $5.00; and Ladies Sales Parts Service
964-6856 after 4 p.m. 9955, Nights & Weekends 431- Smock Tops $5.00 Tom'sFactory New and Used 961-8312:
Itp 4tp 5/31 .
1768. Outlet, Baldwin, Fla.

U. S. 90 West. 4tp 6/4 JIMMY MOORE'S USED IMPORT CARS ----
SHEET ROCK hanging & Fin- ---- ,

ishing. Ceilings, crowfooted SIR Spurs HAIFIED AUTO TI TO
HELP WANTED or swirled, stucco & plaster IMPOITS, INC. I
Metal roof
Simulated brick or 22,500 capacity. MORE BOAT FOR I II
automatic feeders & water. 509 E. Unlver.llyGalnesyllle.372.073
stone finish on old or new YOUR MONEYStark.
H & II Plastering 4 bedroom home, 11 acres. TF Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dependable, able t tI
buildings. 964-5317. Up Ph. 964-5791 I
GAINESVILLE R. V. Motor- & Dry Wall, Inc. Ph.782-389/\/ 332 W. factory help. No .xperltnee necessary. I II

home manufacturer recruit- or 782-3578. 4tchg 5/31 FOR SALELots, zoned for Complete Outboard & Stern I work, overtime, fringe benefits.
ing CARPENTERS, PLUMBERS mobile homes and houses. Drive Service and Repair. Your I IIF t tI
ELECTRICIANS, AND Several subdivisions to choose Complete; Fiberglass R.palr
METAL personnel.Full-Time WANTEDUsed washers.Dah furniture,refrigerators from, only $95 down. Monthly Custom built Fiberglass Real Estate VICTOR I YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY AT I
employment, Industry wage payments to suit your budget.
rates with benefits. Apply In mer's Discount House. tfchg Ph. 468-1551 or 964-8331. Fishing Boats. BrokerBUY TRIC Add :

person anytime, Recreation 4tp 5/31 Ideal for : OWEN JOIST
Enterprises Corp., 3705 SELL TRADE.APPRAISALS plastic, all

S.W. 42 Place just off 1-75 County I It
- - -
Wllllston Road exit. 904-372- AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
6387. 4tp 67WANTEDWaitress r FOR SALE J ; Call Bill Powell ADDING I II
f 1)1\ I I \h'' {: 111 t Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday
J. I Ip: Ipleaaq I 96 -6464 File Folders, t tI
morning r3'a' (L e.,. II!\ I ",....J't"I { ... r.1'0"ernII fice supplies. I

shift, 7 to 3. B&G 6/7 Restaurant.U646313. SIDE BY SIDE Refrigerator r -, )._', rJ L 24 Hrs. A Day Phone I 7:00 A.M. To 5:00: P.M. t
/ 2tp
& Freezer, only $400 with --------
l' -:.' I 1- '.;] """ -- -----
trade less than 5 years old. ---j/ I_, r
WAITRESS wanted morning Payments of $14.44 at Dah- n. '\
shift 7 to 3. B & G Restaurant mer's Discount tfchg : PINEHURST
964-6313. 2tp II gas.. 'A'O'J: .SAAty ,.'0" \1 LII. Iun 23'O IIIPP
6/7 FOR S LE- Used work pants, 1..: Grocery And Variety StoreWE

$1.00 and long sleeve shirts n ,-o.:_-. -_,' ,- -
$1.00; short sleeve shirts 75C; FARM MACHINESNew HAVE MOST COMPLETE

Sanltone cleaned. Tom's Factory 24x52 .3 Br \Yi Both and Utility Room
West, Baldwin, Fla. 4tp 6/4
$6,995 Set up and 4 MI. North on U.S. 441 STARKE

FOR SALE18' glass boat, DeliveredOLIN'S Complete Line Of Hardware & Drapery Supplies
90 hp Johnson motor-1965 and GAINESVILLE FLA. Store
FOR RENTupstairs 5 room MOBILE HOME SALES 100 East Hours 7-11
trailer $900 best offer.
Adults 7 Week
furnished apartment. 964-8087. 5tp 5/31 HWY 1UO W.,. STARKE 964-5606 "Where Service Is Th. Better Stark. Day. a
only, no pets. 964-6352. Itchg .......u and Chrllltn D... T.V.may .


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Iff' ::E1 :E :' : For Every Room The "BIG TOP"

For Every Budget 20.8 cu.ft.NoFrost .
Giant 6.96 cu.ft.freezer holds
3O-inch gas range'
with swirttone trim II. Economy a up to 243 pounds

I r burst .Jetfe.e ice compartment
coo= Super
I',_ I
I I -lce'n Easy Service
Air II
1aI -" Flow l
I W ': 1'i" ---r:1..... j
:l 4,000 BTL I % 13.8 cu.ft. fresh food sectionBTU
:""i?. .,.11.,'" .
CoolTliernumtdt I .
I I, ..., ...______--.1 Carry Adjustable
--2-; Sleep cantilever
a.'- "'"'
".'f. --,. I :;T ,Cool I 'With Lexon, For Only Meat pan attaches to any

i I'I .. J I' I I Case For Long Life 999.95 .cantilevercab'netshelf Twin vegetable' bins

.. .. -
;;:.. -- I ," '-.: ... Rolls out on big wheels
I ', I 11,500 BTU
-_..-<' \, j ...... / .GE colors or whiteOnly
'Sir- 'j.AUlOCIIIF: \
30/"wide, 66" highMATCHING
115 Vol No
( Special
Chateau Continuous Cleaning Lift Up Removable
Complete Auomatic Oven-Wood Tone Cook Top, Removable 'Wiring) 23,000 Superline ...
2 ovens, ovenlights Trim,In White' Oven Door And S 26 9
Porcelain 'Throughout Clock&Timer .s 0 2 Speeds S3S8 80
Avocoda Or Harvest Gold. NO S -
Wood Tone Door Seals FREEZER
Trim #2.59.95With Size r 43
$39.00With $18 1..>0 Any To Fit Your Needs --____
: Trade With: Trade I -
Trade On Display

WYER- SLADE GAS 3 Cycles! Big Capacity!

Low Cost! :
332 1T',. MuJ'uonStarke/ Fla. ..lller..H!.

'\III'{ _.."."7.Phone'....; #VI-961-7701<---.m. ; ??___ l' ,.. .I Washer rar.rdtaw..Aras --+r
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SERVICE; ,, 16. ;.Cold dy waurwMband dy" -r' -sssgsjSB&Ig
Eitm=-ry. Automatic Icemaker VwStl
All Makes Of ............, I (can available be added at extra now cost or later.) \ 'J RRe $447

Air Conditioning S227Room NOW

Units To Central Heating / yy $399 Trad With*
Call Us For Fast Professional DRYER SAWYER SLADE
Air Conditioning Service $177.OO '
964-7701 -





Air Conditioners


Automatic Thermostat: "Even: ; Temp" CENTRAL; AIR &; HEAT FOR MOBILE HOMES

Quiet Smooth Operation Where You Can Get no,ooo BTU Carrier Gas Furnace

__ Thermostat controls All Labor and Materials Five Year Compressor BvCarrier
Seven Air Supply Ducts 24,000 BTU Cooling Warranty.
...T. s One Return Duct Carrier Oil & Electric Furnace. Available America Numl>er ] Air Conditioning Maker t tI !

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Ever See An Air Conditioner.StHI / ')I, ,
Running After 10-15
_ Years Bet It's A Carrier

5' Years Warranty $1 350 J

On All Parts. a Plus any necei ai y
electrical wok. .T CARRIER'S MATCHMAKER...
H.n It e ungli p.clcigid]
nr condition hit bring cool,condil.onid comfort diy[
5,000 BTU'S $119.95 / Completely 36,000 BTU'S S3.OO fttr diy...will,fiituni ihit guirintit comfort,economy I Iindi
8,000 BTU'S Ion.95 Installed long unit lit !
15,000 BTU'S 274.95 i 3 Tons to..,,.,.,,*. COMPARE THESEFEATURES
ti:: s

23 18,000,OX)BTU'S 3TU'S 289.95 369.95

26,500 BTU'S 449.95 3\000 3TU'S 499.95 .
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: FREEZER i' Pleasing Low Styling Units Locates Outdoors

|.With purchase of any Carrier Unit I Upflow Air Discharge Tosses
'lOver 8,000 While BTU.supply last I' Stvnd. Neat Skyward. Armor

---------M You Move
Call Today For Est 96.J.-7701




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