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: April 5, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Sweetest Strawberries'his; Side of Heaven


No. 34 Thursday April 5, 1973 Copy

8 BustedOn County Elects j

Drug 1 : 11,,

from ChargesEight Bradford persons I To Go 'Wet'

County have had adr

drug charges filed

against them by the

County Department Sheriff's afteran By 132 VotesIt

extensive under-

cover Investigationover

a period of was a wet day

time and coordinated Tuesday when 57 .

effort between per cent of Brad- 1 t. ,. ...

Counties, accordingto ford's voters by a '

Sheriff Dolph narrow 148 vote Ace

Reddish. margin marked

ballots to legalize
The eight were arrested 4
Monday when Bradford County b bf the sale of liquor

Deputies with the assistanceof ; $ In the county by both
Carl Miles
and Investigators A. W. Smith of the state vI package and drink.

attorney's office warrants '
for their arrest and picked yi LA \ : Precinct 7, the Reno area
them up and took them to r of Starke reported last Tues
day night about 9 p.m. and
the county jail. Six were released -
on bond. % turned a 16-vote "dry" lead
Car- i b Into the 148 vote loss for the
The six released are
los Armstrong, 17, Earl W. anti-legallzers.;
Murray 22; Douglas H. Hardy 2.012-ballots were cast for
20; and Janice Parsons, the legalization of whiskey
18, each charged with pos- sales compared to an unof-
session and unlawful deliveryof ficial total of 1,864 against, .
cannabis (marijuana) and giving the 148 vote marginfor FRINGE BENEFITArch

released on $1,000 bond; Da- the "wets." Thomas, Jr., "Daddy" of the Bradford County
vid N. Walnwrtght, 18, charged Also decided In the election -
r.w Fair and George master of ceremonies at
with two counts of possession was that sales by both ,
and unlawful deliveryof package and drink,rather than Rotary'. Rural-Urban Day, got an un.xp.ct.d bonus
cannabis and released on by package only. That question when the photographer asked them to but lov.ly,
$1,000 bond; Tommy David was decided by 76 votes blond. Donna Prevatt, reigning Queen of the Straw.
Newman 22, charged with unofficially; 1,774 votes were
possession and delivery of tallied for sale by packageand berry Festival, at ribbon-cutting ceremonies Wednesday

hallucinogenic drug (usually drink and 1,698 for sales morning
j" LSD) plus another charge of 'd'.a. by package nJy.r..Jt.klnenyirour..abi\,
r possession and delivery of a T' uusw m nnlr i roe X Wliots
central --nervous depressant, "" ty. Rach.wfl1t, : morning Thomas Touted
I and released on $1,000 bondon 1973 Berry queen contestant are seated front: Carol Cathie Brown, Sandra Leach, .*, Debbie counted changed Wednesday the vote on neither

I each charge. Beam, Sally. M.ng, Brenda Holm.., Nan Tomllnton, and' Thomas, Debbie Lewis, Toni Whin. question. There were 39 absentee

I Timothy W. Klrchalne 22, Christie Rlggs; standing and In rear: Linda Buckley, Not shown. Debbie Ritch. ballot"for"legal sales
! is charged with possessionand and 55 In opposition. Of those For LeadershipAs
unlawful delivery of hal- 94 ballots 34 voted for sale
lucinogenic drug and is in by both package and drink
Jail with, bond set at 3000. and 47 voted for sale by pack-

Marsha Kav Jones, 18, Is 14 Bradford Beauties age only.
I In custody oi Bradford Coun- Absentees closed the final Fair OpensArch
I ty; Sheriff after being arrested vote for legal control to a
in Columbia County then margin of 132 votes 2,051
returned to Bradford for the voting "for" and 1,919 In op- Thomas Jr., whose early
charge/ and deliver The second question,
pf possession TitleLovely position.
Seek nourished the Bradford
}' M hallucinogenic drugs Strawberry for sale by package and drink leadership
with bond set at$2,000. passed by 63 votes, 1,808 voting County Fair from a mere "carni-
Reddish for single drink service
According to more val" more than 25 years ago to
He opposing that question -
arrests are likely. fully and 1,745
the drug its present stage of statewide prom-
Intends to
will receive compliments of Woodburn'sGem \
Miss Donna Prevatt, Miss Debbie Lynn Thomas Second runner-up
problem. reigning Bradford County 18, ,Is the daughter of $15 an engraved silver Jewelry. 'The wet-dry election could inence was honored Wednesday atRotary's
"From time to time wa expect -
to be making arrestsin Strawberry Queen will relin- Mrs. Seletta Thomas, Is spon- bowl, a gift certificate from Master of Ceremonies Is have gone any way with all annual Rural-Urban Day
) Reddish. quish her crown Saturday night sored by Stumps DepartmentStore. the Dairy Queen, free passes John Kopelousos, attorney In but the seventh precinct votes traditional fair
the future, says 16 of 17 program opener.
Florida Theater anda counted. With pre-
to one of 12 young ladlesas to the Starke and Orange Park.
Queen. record from Dahmers. cincts reporting, the dry vote
1973 Strawberry
the The 1973 Strawberry Queen Judges: are Mrs. Paul Llnd- Soggy grounds and cloudy A great deal of interest
SivampFever Finals of the 1973 Straw- will receive $50, a crown Each contestant will receivean (Se. Page 7)) ((5.. Page 6)) skies, following four days of has been displayed by local
berry Beauty Pageant annually cape, engraved silver bowl engraved silver charm rain, failed to discourage opening citizens In the 1973 fair and
a highlight of the Bradford and flowers along with a gift day crowds, who lined all expectations are that It
County Fair and Strawberry certificate from the Starke up more than a block long to should be one of the most
Vaccination in 1973 Is especially Festival will begin at 8 p.m. Pet Center and Kentucky Fried enjoy fried chicken and mu- successful In the 23 year his-
recommended by APHIS in the show arena at the fairgrounds Chicken and a flat of Straw- A : s sic provided by the "Escala- tory of Bradford fairs according -
for horses subjected to on US-301 north. berries from the Bradford City grec tors" from Union Correction to Fair Association .

Interstate travel to shows Miss Carol Lynn Beam, 16, Roping Cub.: Institution President Arthur Gaskins.S. .
similar events
and or
races First will
runner-up receive -
Is the daughter of Mrs. Bar- Thomas who .made the
those coming Into contact with bara Faye Beam and Is spon- $25 and an engraved trip from his present home In ( .. Page 5))
horses from other areas of silver bowl, along with a gift
sored by Southern Discount. Fort Lauderdale to attend
the country. Miss Linda Gaye Buckley certificate from Wishbone To EngineStarke Pactfor the opening) rites, creditedthe
Fried Chicken Luzler Cosmetics -
16, Is the daughter of Mr. from Miss Louise success of the Fair
cmt and Mrs. Gary T. Buckley to his good fortune In enlisting AprilArrives
tllJ, c : Stern and a free car wash him
sponsored by the Bradford capable people to help
from Faulkner's Gulf Ser-
County Telegraph. vice. councIlmen voted feeder switchgear at this time. enlarging the office lathe get It off the ground. He com-

Miss Toni Denlce Whitt, 18, unanimously Tuesday night Wilson also got Worthington plant. Wilson assured the firm mended Rotary on its effortsto
the daughter of Mrs. Hazel R. to sign a $750,000 contract to agree to warranty all parts this was unnecessary. weld the community, rural
J1 Whitt, Is being sponsored by Girl 20Injured with Worthington Corp. to Install and electrical installation by Costs for unwatering also due deleted to and urban, Into a viable force
water were DrippingBradford
i Terwillegar Motors. a new 3,300 KW engine- subcontractors for a year. ground for progress of the county,
Miss Sandra Jean Leach generator in the city; power Worthington at first said it when the engineer that con- and said the Fair is not for
vinced Worthington a
20, the daughter of James plant. would not warrant parts notsupplied any one group or individual County seemed
L. Leach sponsored by the The unit will Increasethe by its own company. well-point system has never but for everyone In the area. well on the way to settinga
, been found necessary previous -
Community; State Bank. In FallJonell plant's total capacity to Worthington had also Included installations.The M. A. (Mac) Baldwin, Jr., with new almost rainfall 20 record inches In of 1973 rain
Miss Brenda Carol Holmes 10,800 KW, and its firm capacity In his original bid costs council's vote Tues- president of Rotary wel-
the first
RUMMAGE 16, the daughter of John A. McGee, 20, of Starke to about 7,500 KWwhenthe day night ends over a year comed the crowd to Rural- during The quarter.for Jan
county average
and Carolyn E. Holmes,spon- Is In critical condition In Ala- plant burns natural gas. of worry and frustration a- Urban festivities and GeorgeT. and March
SALE sored by Morgan's Beautyand chua General Hospital In Capacity; drops considerably RobbersGet bout whether or not to purchase Huggins, president of the uary was 19.16 February Inches and the first
; Barber Shop. Gainesville after receiving 10 to 15 per cent, when diesel a new engine for the Bradford Farm Bureau serv- three days of April followedthe
I Miss Christie Lee Rlggs. serious head Injuries when fuel Is used as in several power plant or purchase electricity ed as master of ceremonies
wet trend, dumping another -
Saturday 17. Is the daughter of Mr. months That Is an Away introducing county and city
she fell out of a truck on recently. from a private firm; 3.30 inches of rain on
and Mrs. John M. Rlggs, Jr., KW capacity official on the stand. Arthur
West SR-100 at the cornerof Increase from 7,500 then whether to finance the of
for total 22.46
I April 14 of Brooker. She Is sponsoredby Orange Street last Saturday ; and 5,740 firm capacity With $400.trateglcally engine with a bond Issue or Gashing president of the Bradford since January 1 a.
Faulkner's Gulf Service. with Bradford Fair Association
meaning the capacity a big down pay-
scrape up
In wetness
10 A.M. Until 1:00: Miss Rachel Williams. 17.the Miss McGee fell completely the largest unit presently the A planned rob ment and borrow the balance expressed appreciation for the March set the pace -
with 8.40 inches exceeding -
t' daughter of Mrs Melba out of the truck and hit 1,750 KW Worthington, down. bery left the Eastern Oil from a local firm. outstanding public support of the 50
8rownl. Street Williams, Is sponsored by the her head on the pavement "Through a combination of 201 Station and,S&-IOOover at the corner$400 of US- It was finally decided to the group effort. for that month by year 5.33.average Jan

\ Acton Sueec From Starke Clvltan Club. Driver of the truck Scott deleting part of the work and er last Friday night. poor make a $300,000 down pay- Rev. George Harper, pastorof uary's total was 5.36 Inches
1 Cadillac Sawing Miss Nanette Denyse Tom- Whitehead had the truck head- obtaining cost reductions for According to the report ment upon completion of the the First United Methodist and February had 5.40.
1 factory Under Tent llnson 17, Is the daughter of ed west on SR-100 about 35 the remainder we have negotiated made by investigating officer Installation from the city's Church brought the invoca- The March downpours were
j Mr. and Mrs. J. E Tomlin- mph when the door openedin a price of $750,000for Scotty Rhoden of the Starke bond reserve funds built up tion before the crowd of more about equally divided In reports -
; Sponsored By son. Is sponsored by Baldwin front of the Majlk Martat the complete turn-keypro- Police Dept. the robbery took over the years for Just sucha than 1,000 started moving from the county's three
I Young Ladle. Chevrolet-Olds Inc. the corner of SR-100 and ject, Including all spare place at 9:20 p.m. when work- contingency and required through the chow line. fire towers: New River recorded -
Miss Mary Katherine Orange street parts" Engineer Ed Wilsonof ers at the station were lured under the terms of the various By far the biggest annual 8.30 Louis Hill o Highland
Auxiliary Brown!, 18, the daughter of Whitehead rushed Miss Mc- Jacksonville, the firm of out front by persons) involvedIn bond Issues.Negotiations event in Bradford County, the ) 8.10 and Santa Fe, 8.80.
: Church Of God Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen Gee to the Bradford County Fred Wilson and Associates the grand theft asking were also completed fair and surrounding activitiesis March was even wetter In
Brown, sponsored by the Dairy Hospital attracting the attention wrote the commission In a change for large dollar bills with the Florida Bankat expected to draw 40,000 Union County, with 10.10 Inches
i c1 -... Queen. of City; Patrolman Lane March 30 letter. "This priceis while a subject took the mon- Stark to borrow the$450- visitors. Including Miss A- reported by the ForestService
Miss Debra Ann L.wls,26, Sibley who followed him to $102.624 less than the committed ey from the cash register 000 balance at five per cent merica, during its four day there a gain of 6.90
1 :QHjr (Community I is the daughter of Mrs. Dean the hospital and helped In byiWorthington Feb sub Witnesses to the theft are interest. The bank will take run April 4-7. next Wednesday inches over the 50 year aver-
&tatr )iankAr A. LewiaL and Is sponsoredby unloading the girl. on Charles James Hardenbrook as security the $40,000 of through Saturday. Miss age for that county.
Stsn's_3ootery. Jonell daughter of ThelmaB. ruary 6. 1973. and Michael McFarland. state revenue sharing funds America will be at the fair April 3 was the wettest day
Norway of Waldo, had not Major change resulted from allocated to the el.ctrlcal.y.- so far this month with an
last this a
culprits were seen Thursday year
...... Miss Sallye Ann Meng 17' regained conclousness by electrical
Nw U. efforts to reduce $2,000 in cigarette tax- average of 2 1/2 Inches recorded
driving Pink 1972-73 Ford from her four -
Mn. a change previous
..._... the of Mr. and of
T. daughter\ Tuesday after the accident costs by finding a method by the three fire tow-
East on SR-16 at a high opening day appearances. -
/.eJ o.-M 6--.j. Paul Meng Is sponsored by She Is employee WInn- with-
an adding the generator rate of speed ((5.. Pale 5)) ers.JULIAN .
Colonial Florist. Dixie In Starke. out installing the additional

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Pa0.2 TELEGRAPH April 5, 1973

Anniversaries Birthday U 4 A SPocial; ?; Wedding

Parties Yhe Jfl/1111/ il Club Personal..tinas

Showers Birth
Gladys ,Mooty, Society Editor, 964-7608

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Mira Jane WardTo Open House New OfficersElected A1'zf..S Beta Sigma Phi Gerald Normans H.H. Hatchers

Wed Mr. GaultIn Held Sunday By ByCowbelles I Preferential Tea Plan Open House Honored On

Lake CityMr. Julia's Florist t Beta Sigma Phi sorority 25th Anniversary
and Gerald Nor-
Mr. Mrs.
held its Preferential Tea Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hat-
and Mrs. Roy Mallette Julia's Florist Shop held a The Bradford-Union Cow- Sunday March 25, at the Holiday their man will have Open House SR229A at cher m and Miss Gayle Hat.
Ward of Lake City announcethe grand opening Sunday after- belles met Tuesday, March Inn from 3 to 5 o'clock. Sunday new April 15 on from 2 to cher gave a surprise party
engagement and approachIng noon from 1 to 5 o'clock with 27, at 7:30 p.m. in Lake But- Members and rushees en- 5 o'clock.All Sunday night after church ser-
marriage of their approximately, 75 guests at- ler with the president, Mrs. fQ Joyed refreshments;and rush- friends and relativesare vice honoring Col. and Mrs.
daughter Mira Jane, to David tending. Dolph Reddish, presiding.The : ees, sponsors and directors invited to call betweenthe Hatcher, Jr. on their 25th
Wayne Gault, son of Mr. Door prizes were awardedto following officers were _. were presented with yellow appointed hours. wedding anniversary. The
and Mrs. David Gordon Gaultof Mrs. Helen Marie Taylorof elected: Mrs. Thomas L. rosebud corsages. party was held at the Hatcher -
Austin, Texas. Miss Oakland City, Ind., Red Barnes, vice-president; Mrs. Prospective members attending home on E. Call Street.
Ward Is the granddaughterof Conner of Starke Terry Wal- Lundy Prater, secretary- were: Mrs. Marc BryanBransonDate The refreshment table was
Mrs. Sinclair L. Peek ters of Gainesville, and Mrs. treasurer. i. t Jackson, Mrs. Richard Odom, 28 covered with a white lace
Sr. of Starke. Gall Strickland. Chairmen appointed were: 1'T r Mrs. Shi Smith Jr.,Miss Mary Set April cloth and centered with a two-
Miss Ward graduated from Colorful arrangements of Mrs. Lundy Prater, member- Sue Underhill, and Mrs. Dan- tiered wedding cake topped
Columbia High School and seasonal flowers were placed ship; Mrs. Charles Baldree ny Waters. Miss Donna Marie Bryan with the figures "25." At
Wesleyan College In Macon, throughout the building for (Bradford), publicity; and Past-sponsor, Mrs. Logan daughter of Ralph Bryan, and one side of the cake was a
Ga. For the past year she the occasion. The refresh- Mrs. Ray Crawford (union}); ; i Baldwin, attended and Mrs. granddaughter of Mr.and Mrs. silver paper fluted weddingbell.
has been teaching at Flsh- ment table was covered witha Mrs. Bobby Taylor, devotional Charles Darby,present direc Palmer Williams, and Joseph Mrs. Hatcher m poured
weir Elementary School In white lace cloth over yel- ; Mrs. Ray Crawford, Ways J' tor. Branson son of Mr. and Mrs. coffee from a silver serviceat
Avondale, Jacksonville.Mr. low linen with a garland of and Means; Mrs. Freddie ail Jessie Branson, will be united one end of the table and
Gault graduated from splngeria draped; around Watterson parliamentarian; In marriage on April 28 at Miss Lillie Ruth Brock pre-
Manor High School, Manor, the edges and caught at the Mrs. Lonnie Harley, his- Beta Sigma Phi held Its 7 p.m. In the First Baptist sided at the punch bowl at
Texas and attended the Uni- corners with clusters of yel- torian. regular meeting Monday, Church with a reception following the other end. Mrs. Vernon
versity of Texas at Arlington. low pompoms and long yellow Purpose of the Bradford- March 26, at the home of at Holiday Inn. Silcox cut the cake. Also assisting -
He holds the position of satin streamers. Union Cowbelles is to be of Mrs. Arthur Patray with Mrs. All friends and relativesare in serving were Mrs.
manufacturer's representativewith Mrs. Julia Underhill and assistance to the Bradford- Philip Nichols as co-hostess. Invited to attend. Charles Darby and Mrs. Don
Texas Instruments, Inc. Mrs. Tommy Hollingsworth Union Cattlemen's Associa- During the business meetIng Neel.
and recently returned froman greeted the guests at the door. tion in Its efforts to promotethe members elected officers The host and hostesses pre-
assignment In Greece. Assisting In serving and welfare of the livestock for the coming year and voted Mrs. R. P. McLendon spent sented the Hatchers with an
After their marriage the keeping the guest book at Intervals industry, and to help develop for "Girl of the Year", Sunday and Monday with her engraved silver tray and Mrs.
couple will reside In Bangkok were Miss Judy social well-being of the women a contest held among chapter sister, Mrs. Nell McDonnell, Hatcher with a corsage as
Thailand.All Broughton, Mrs.Seeber Goodman of the local organization members. The sorority also In Gainesville. They wentto a memento of the occasion.
friends of the bride Mrs. Rhymer Howell, and state; and build good decided to have a Garage Sale Tampa on business Mon- Approximately 50 friends
and groom are cordially invited Mrs. William Carter, Mrs. public relations. Eligibilityfor on Saturday, April 14. day. called during the evening.
to the reception which Harold Godwin, Mrs. Ervin membership is open to
will be held Friday evening, Andrews, Mrs. Warren Winkler women who are members of
April 13, at 8 o'clock at Mrs. Dewayne Jordan, the Florida Cattlemen's Association Diana Lynn Jackson Weds The sorority will hold its WANTED
the Lake City Country Club. Mrs. William Dodd, Mrs. wives of members, Pledge Ritual Tuesday April
Preceding the reception a Townsend Strickland, Mrs. L. or any other woman interested Mr. Fili In Home Ceremony 10, at 7:30 p.m. at the Holiday Form Acroge Homes
private wedding ceremonywill M. Norman Mrs.Dale Brown, in the promotion and wel- Inn.
be held in the homeof and fare of the livestock Indus-
Ronnie Thomas.
Highest Prices Fold
the bride's parents. try and in the purpose of the Mr. 'and Mrs. Eddie T. Mrs. J. B. Crawford cut
Woman's Club Florida Cowbelles Associa- Jackson of Starke announce the cake, Mrs. Allen Craw- births
MembersWill tion, Inc. the marriage of their daugh- ford kept the bride's book, BUYERS WAITINGCALL
DKG To Elect OfficersThe An Informative report was ter, Diana Lynn, to Richard and Mrs. Bill Faulkner assisted Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jack-
AttendState t given by Mrs. W. H. Clayton Lee Fill, son of Mr. and in serving. son of Starke, announce the
Starke's Woman's Club state director, on the meeting Mrs. R. H. Fill of Kingsley Mrs. Jackson greeted guestsat birth of a son on April 2
ConventionMrs. will hold its regular monthly which she and Mrs. Wat- Lake. Rev. Gerald Crawford the door and the bride and in Alachua General Hospital. BILL POWELL, BROKER
luncheon meeting on Wednes- terson attended on March 7 uncle of the bride, performedthe groom stood in the receivingline .Psoro '
day, April 11, at 12:15 p.m. In Ocala. ceremony on March 16 at the reception. 964-6464
A. Russell Norman, Officers for the next club The next scheduled at 8 p.m. at the home of After a wedding trip to Mr. and Mrs. David Canovaof
president of Alpha Nu chap- year will be elected. meetingis Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jacksonon Jacksonville Beach the coupleis Kingsley Lake announce
ter, Delta Kappa Gamma The program, presented by In Starke on Tuesday, April E. Adkins Street. residing at 556 N. Cherry the birth of a son, Brian David
Society and Mrs. W.H. Hart the Arts Department,will fea- 24, at 7:30 p.m. in the The couple exchanged vows Street. on March 29 in Alachua 9:00 A.M. 1:00 P.M.
will attend the biennial Mu ture "The Bell agriculture building. Pros- before altar General Hospital. Grandparents -
Ringers"from an improvised Both the bride and the groomare
State Convention of Delta pective members are encour- Mr. and Mrs. S. L.
the First Baptist Church. flanked by a V-shapedcandel- employed at the BP ser are
Kappa Gamma Society at Mrs. Curtis Sanders Is aged to attend. abra with burning tapersand vice station operated by the Peek, Jr. and Mrs. L. A. 6:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M
the Hotel Robert Meyer,Jacksonville chairman of the Arts Depart- two baskets of white bride's father. Canova.
on April 1315. ment and will be assisted by Bridal ShowerFor gladioli pink mums and
Delta Kappa Gamma, found- Miss Norma Canova, Mrs.M. matching satin streamers.
ed May 11, 1929, Is an edu- A. Baldwin, Mrs. O. L. Donna BryanMiss Recorded wedding music
cational, professional, honory Beasley, Mrs. J. W. Klncald, was used. APRIL SAVINGS
society for key women ed- Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. Eu- Donna Bryan, bride- Butch Griggs of Kingsley
ucators. There are presently gene Long, Mrs. E. L. Mat- elect of April 28, was hon- Lake served as best man. .
116,000 members In 304 chapters thews Mrs. G. J. last Mrs. Donald Bennett CARPS
McGrlff ored at a bridal shower of
across the United States, Mrs. F. W. Strickland, Mrs Friday night given by the ladies Lawtey attended as matronof rc\( : I
six Canadian provinces, and John Torode and Mrs. JamesF. of the Morgan Road,Baptist -, honor. She wore a lavender -
Norway and Sweden in Europe. Stroud. Church in the Sunday peau satin empire"ToWn *!; *J
School annex. with baby doll sleeves and 'gg

Mrs. O. R. Alvarez, Jr. Mrs. Gwen Akridge Is a The refreshment table was matching chrochetlace around RfsTlSsJstJ LI
covered with lace cloth the bodice and shoulder '
a over a
underwent surgery Monday in patient In North Florida Regional ,,: .
white veil with satin ;
Alachua General Hospital. Hospital, Gainesville. gold linen and held a length layered }Iurr
spring flower centerpiece with ribbon. She carried a pink
an umbrella In the center of carnation nosegay with laven-
the arrangement. der loveknot streamers. .
NOTICEALL Games with prizes were en- Given In marriage by her BAYS Flare
Joyed by the 30 guests dur- father, the bride wore a w MENS j eans
ing the evening. Among those peau satin gown with stand .ij,',
WEDDING WRITE UPS. Mrs. collar, Chantilly lace bodice Famous
attending were Ralph up Brand
AND Bryan, stepmother of the hon- and sleeves, with Chan- \X14 { Flare\ leans \ j Western Jeans
PICTURES oree, Mrs. Palmer Williams, tilly lace bordering the hem. Reg.
I14 i
The attached train also '! I' "J)'
grandmother of the honoree, was Stand
MUST BE TURNED: IN and Mrs. Jessie Branson, mo- bordered with lace. A satin I ;; ':. I'VI 'Wi famous Western ""
ther of the prospective bride- layered bow secured her F .
\\\ITIIIN\ TWO WEEKS OF WEDDING DATE groom. waist length veil which featured .t, ,;. t Reg. -A7<

OTHERWISE THEY CANNOTBE bead design.leaflike She petals carrieda with \ .r .I\ $6.99 9 SAVE
nosegay of white chrysan- \ \ 71Cing
:: PUBLISHED;' AS NEWS.; Mr. and Mrs. John Musso- with themums a phalaenopsis with ivy, centered orchid \' l \ 59r"

line were the winning cou- "
with satin streamers.A y ,.
Your CooperationWill ple at Duplicate Bridge Club reception was also held t ;;
Tuesday night. Mrs. Paul Pat- at the Jackson home. Thebride's ij \ \ $1 1 Neav
terson and Mrs. Loeb Duncan F V\
table was covered \ style r rtIn
Be Appreciated were second and Jack Burnett with a yellow lace cloth i f' i : .Indl<1oBlue//oran<1utitch'i Ru99ad western look
and Charles Riddle were third. centered with a three-tiered \ < Dlue cotton denim
wedding cake topped witha l( \ pocket style Sires 8.18 '
Bradford bride and l... ,. : 100"* san Rig .
groom. Cutglass I \ pluS A'
County Telegraph medical Mrs. Willard patient Wynn in Alachua Is a punch bowls were placedat ;' lt for\zed\4 \oz. cotton ,' +4 ,

o"a-vv each end of the table. 1 {1 29.38I
General Hospital. I .Sizes /1 ; I

I Jones-Mobley/

Vows ExchangedOn Short Sleeve ladlesh
April 4 r-- Shirt Girls Jeans pant Su.

;|Pg sport I
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mob- Reg. $2.50
ley of Lawtey announce the
STARKE4 marriage of their daughter, Reg. $2.99 each x8.99
ENTER Glenda Faye, to Paul E.Jones,

James son of Jones.Mr. and Mrs. Robert 2 FOR sALE 97 99 '

The wedding took place Wed- I' PRICE
212 E.
Call St. nesday, April 4, at 2 p.m. :.
Ph. 964.1929 KATHI By Th. Railroad' Tracks in the Bradford County; Court j i $ -Lic Tie & Button S>4 ll/
&N A IL\UT cotun. OWN.Rs House. (, i 5. Trims' s

The couple is residing in Choosa from solid $i
For all our Low Prices: 'you can't afford not to Slop Starke. Mr. Jones is em- I +' or prints in many Easycare

for all your EASTER PETS AND SUPPLIES ployed. at Florida State Prison. I I i / Perm PreSS \' f .10096Cottoninsizas colors -Sf.cotton POIYeste,. J

./ / point col I- i-c a 7.14 evele ss F
Long< Sleeve 0'
LIVE ', S lar and tails \ .ft y stYI es short.
/ .Sizes small thru CHARGE Pas4feand
4" 25 k 35t oath Has Birthday PartyChris X-l large JUST USjrOUR Sizes '70.18' E
\ $ 69
Kirkland celebrated
each day
evening when his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Kirk-
land gave a party for him and
(BUNNIES 14 guests. i i
The refreshment table was &
2.49 covered with a white linen j
I cloth edged with red and blue
each l7 crepe paper streamers and
centered with a clown birth- r _

COMETter day Among cake.those attending were Top Quality Navy Oxfords Cowboy Boot Sale! Womens Dress Shoes Bikini Panties

; Chris' grandparents, Mr. and
GOLD FISH Mrs. W. E. McCraneyof Law- Laathar and 888 Handsoma _Moldedsob .Chooiafrom
: rubbariolasHandsoma stitched des 488
tey! and Mrs. Eva Freeman sign; and haalNavyWhit many styles 39t1o
Reg. 29 .a. of :starke. Many baau-
black upReg.. $10.99Black or Reg. $14.88 or Brown/
R8fl $5.99 tiful colonSizatSML
Sale 2 For 29 brown Tan Reg. 5911
Mrs. Don Ray Tllley of h ol- .Si s7.11 -Sues 61/a. 3 1-'f\''I.tISizes5.10 SAVE $1.111 -
I 10% Discount On All Gold Fish Bowls With Purchase leywood Is visiting her par
I ents, Mr. and Mrs.J. G.Jackson -
Of Fish. this week and
also visiting

Full Lin. Of Cat Dog Bird A Small Animal Supplies Alvarez her, Jr.sister, in, Alachua Mrs. O.Gen-R. 3fc; QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES Charge It j

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I JMImIkmm n Asheville and Mrs.
N.C. spent Friday thews, and Mr.
4trC..t to Tuesday with her parents, John M. Miller and children, .i
Fashion Show Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Victor Moodyof CfuG" I Dr.,and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger. Kevin and Mary Anne, spent
Jacksonville were Sunday ,, er. Joining the family on Sun- the weekend In Atlanta where a
Set April 15 For Kevin; CrawfordLittle visitors of' Mr. and Mrs. Guy t' day overnight were Mr. and they attended Press Day at

At Vo-Tech/ Andrews. Mrs. Jan Douglas of Tallahassee. the spring opening of Six "TODAY"t
Kevin Crawford celebrated Flags over Georgia.
David McKnight of the Uni- The Strawberry Invitational -
The clothing constructionclass his fifth at birthday family last versity of South Florida was Golf Tournament will be Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith Spring Sole AT L.lla's
Saturday night a a
held and April
at the BradfordUnionArea home Sunday, -
on Spring break last and children of
VocationalTechnicalCenter birthday dinner given by his week. 7-8, with the course being Bushnell were Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus
Mrs. W. H. guests of Mr. and
Is closed to normal play. Wed-
sponsoring their Mrs. W. M. Smith. moved to Tallahassee
fourth annual fashion paradeIn Hart. Spring Sale At Leila's Women of the club will sell nesday to make their home.
The dining room was festive
the Center's cafeteria,Sun- hamburgers and Cokes
day, April 15, at 2 p.m. loons.with The multi-colored table was centered bal- Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson throughout the tournament.' Spring Sol. At L.lla's Spring Solo At Leila'sMr.
The theme for the show Is On Saturday night a summer
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul
"The Bride and Her Trousseau" with a blue and white blrth- buffet of chicken salad, potato J. T. Carver returned last
Hawkins and family of Jacksonville and Mrs. Jack McCombhad
cake decorated with nur-
salad and cold cuts will Thursday after surgery In the
Mrs. Ruby A. Thomas -
went to Fort White all of their family home
Is the Instructor. Admission sery rhyme figures. Birthdayhats be served from 5 to 7 p.m. North Florida Regional Hospital -
and bags of Easter eggs Sunday to visit friends and Ail participants In the tour- Gainesville.Mrs. for the weekend. They were:
free. Refreshmentswill
relatives. Mr. and John C. Greerof
were used as favors.Outoftown Mrs.
nament will be given two tickets w
be served after the show.
Bradenton, Capt. and Mrs.
guests were for the dinner. Other Frank Weaver and
Kevin's parents, Mr.and Mrs. Local admittances to club members who wish to Mrs. Loamle Robinson of Wllllston Jack McComb of Big Springs,
M.L. Lawson Crawford of Ocala Texas, Mr. and Mrs. J. R
Ronald ,, Bradford County Hospital this come to the buffet may pur- were Saturday visitorsof
Mrs. C. W.BeasleyofGaines- week Include: Mrs. Evelyn chase a ticket at the door for Mr. and Mrs. W. T.Jack- Weldon of Jacksonville, Mr. t t''
Honored OnRetirement ville, and Sheri and Gregory Wise, Milton Bell, Mrs.Linda $1.50. son. and Mrs. Bill Cook and Mrs. ?'D ..t t ti Y t tt.
Ford of Jacksonville. AdkIns, Mrs. Gladys Quick, --- Sallie Bellamy of Orange
Mrs. Gertrude McBride,Mrs. Spring Sol. At L.llo't Park, and their families.

One the eve of his retire- Mary Peterson, Mrs. Callie Beginning Monday, April 16, If"" '"''''''''''''''''#" ,..,..,#,.,..." ,, :.
ment, M. L. Lawson was hon- DewittOdomMarriag'e Gainey, Mrs. Maggie Cason bridge lessons will be taught t I
ored by the Surplus Property and Mrs. Edna Crawford, for club members by Curtis
employees with a small par- Mar. 31 Starke; Charles James, Key- Sanders. The course will last DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
ty. Mr. Lawson has been a stone Heights; Mrs. Floyd for eight consecutive weeks,
dedicated employee of the Sur- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Bennett, Lonnle Teston and each Monday night, from 8
plus Property Division for Crawford announce the mar- Ray Rosier, Lawtey; and to 10 pjn. at the clubhouse.The STARKE
more than 12 years.A riage of her daughter, Mrs. William Browning, Ralford. cost will be $1 per les- Phone 96 -6200
large decorated take with Sharon Odom, to Donald Ralph son or $8 for the whole course. -f*
the Inscription, "Lucky Bro- Dewltt Jr., son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.Tullle Norman Any member wishing to regis- Rental
ther Marvin," was the main Mrs. D. R. Dewitt of Clarks- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norman, ter for these lesson may con- Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs 8t Crutches.
attraction on the refreshmenttable. burg, W. Va. Mrs. Elva McRae and Mrs. tact Betty Lou Shaw, 964-5205,
Mrs. Lawson, his wife, The wedding took place Eldon Sapp attended the funeral or UzaMlneslnger, 964-8948, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
and Mrs. David Lawson and March 31 at 2 p.m. In the of Ralph McCall In Jacksonville by Wednesday, April 11. Hus-
daughter, were guests.Luncheon United Methodist Chapel, New Tuesday of last week. bands are especially invitedto Phone 413.3116lhItitiltarltl
Port Richey, with Rev.Walter Mr. McCall was the brother- attend.
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Given tials.Cross performing the nup- in-law of Tullle Norman. AT THE

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cardof Spring Sal. At Leila's
For Keen AgersMrs. Port Richey served as best Mr.'and Mrs. M. 11. Shep- AttentionFirst
man, and matron of honor Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Patrayand pard of Brunswick, Ga. will BRADFORDCO.
Herb Herres, Mrs. with Miss Alesia Odom, family and Miss Betty be weekend guests of Mrs.
David Montgomery,Mrs.Cyn- daughter of the bride, as jun- Whelchel of Statesboro Ga. Kate Sheppard.V. .
thia Schmitt, and Mrs. Robert ior attendant.A were weekend guests of Mr.Patray's .
Brown were hostesses at the reception was held honor- parents, Mr. and R. Ferguson was a med- Time In Northeast .
monthly Presbyterian Keen Ing the couple after the wed- Mrs. Peter Wilkinson. ical patient in Riverside Hospital -
Age Luncheon Monday In the ding In the church parish the past week. Florida
Presbyterian old manse on house. Mrs. Arlln McKnight was .
N. Cherry Street. Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt, Jr. In Tallahassee Sunday to Mrs. G. S. Brown under-
The 16 guests attending were will reside In Hudson, Fla. Tuesday of last week attend- went surgery last Thursday Tile FAIR"See55
seated at two tables covered ing a workshop on epilepsy. in St. Vincent's Hospital.Mr. .
with white linen cloths and While In Tallahassee she al-
centered with arrangementsof Mrs. Lila Cook of Reddick so' visited Rev. and Mrs. and Mrs. Robert Eaves
nasturtums. spent Saturday to Tuesday with Leo Hebert. and daughters of West Palm MUSIC
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jackson. Beach were weekend guests of CABOOSEAt
Mrs. W. H. Hart, Miss Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Eaves.
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Madge Middleton, Mrs.
Frazier, Mrs. Eunice SearIng Spring Sol. At L.llo's The Bradford County Fair
The and Mrs. Kate Sheppard
attended a retired teachers Mr. and Mrs. JamesBarronspent
luncheon meeting In Jacksonville the weekend with Mr.
StrawberryPatch last Thursday. and Mrs. Palo Lacayo in
Tallahassee and attended an
Spring Sale At Leila's art show in the park at which
Mr. Barron had several picture 4
A merica
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tan- displays. Miss
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day visitors of Mrs. J. H. Mrs. W. F. Herlong returned -
Fields. Mrs. Fields also had Sunday after a ten day ,
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., ,...,-"* .... .,.week,, Mr.: x4! Mrs. Charles.;' '-aonville.,., 2929. N.W..13th. St. t.
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Mr; and Mrs. Paul Haw- were 373-8446
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kins and family of Jackson- Mrs. Tullle Norman.
ville were Saturday night sup
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Temple's Set-Up Okay ------- ------------

Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jack-
attended Peddlers Limited
son a -
Convention In Charleston. Supt. Jim Temple's almost Alternative would be to reject tral office staff. Positions of Payne were abolished In a In the USO. Elementary. Vellenga was re- foundation because Program In funds 1968-
S. C. from Thursday to complete reshuffling of administrative the appointments but then be Present secondary supervisor related move. Mrs. Payne has Sue Chapman has been re- appointed unassigned until next term
paid for
Saturday.Mr. personnel In the subject to a mandamous pro- C. C. Anderson and elementary been named curriculum coordinator appointed coordinator of food Tuesday when Supt. Temple 69 the teacher county was units than it
Bradford school system was ceeding which could be brought supervisor Lucille at Southside Ele- services county-wide; Earl verbally recommended him more earned, 237 Instead
and Mrs. W. T. Jack- approved In a 3-1 vote Tues mentary over both Hamptonand Howell, county school speech for the Brooker Job when actually MFP
son Jr. and family visited day by the school board. i ii Brooker Elementary therapist; Florence Jennings, Board Member H. A. LAWson 231 earned. behind auditing Temple Is
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Bill Dissenting vote came from Schools. Mrs. Bernice Bate- county school psychologist, asked what was to become five years why the mat-
Wall In Lake City Sunday. veteran board member H. A. i man has been named to an 'and Ruth Darley purchasingagent of Vellenga and Mar- says, explaining
The Wall's son, Michael, was Lawson who asked reconsideration f. equal position at Starke Elementary transferred from pur- lowe. ter nized Is and just corrected.now being_,recog-.
home on 30 days leave from of the transfer of 1w. t and Lawtey Elementary chasing department secre Curtiss Marlowe reappointed The shortage was made
San Diego, Cast where he BUS Assistant Principal Carl T .v. tary. unassigned the $80,000 plannedfor up
Is stationed with the Navy. Clark to Starke Elementaryas d Curriculum coordinator positions Additional assignments of C. M. (Connie) Clark, coordinator by using heating and air-con
principal, the transfer of w y r... have also been estab- the 23 are: of pupil personnel, new and lighting atStarkeand
Theron A. Yawn m received SE Principal Phil Vellenga : lished at Bradford High and Charles Francis] principal, county-wide, based at BUS; ditioning Southside Elementary
his degree In Bache- to Brooker as principal, and Bradford Middle Schools. Bradford High ;School: the transferred from vocational scrapping from
lor of Arts Education at the the reappointment unassigned Randy Newland holds that title same position he has held services director.C. Schools plus Tem-
UF exercises of Lawtey Principal Curtiss the past two and one assistant other budget sources
graduation now at BHS but has been years C. Anderson, said. The board also authorized -
March 17.Spring. Marlowe. In charge this term of the of few not changed. director of vo-tech complex; ple the superintendent to
Lawson said Bradford Mid- full 10-year reaccreditation Lennard Register princi- transferred from secondary bank loan to obtain
Sal. At L.llo'. dle School assistant principal evaluation the high school underwent pal, Bradford Middle School supervisor a position which $76,000 make a which the board will
Jesse Moore is "much bet- last week. A curri- transferred from principal of has been abolished.
s to borrow after this
Dr. and Mrs. Wallace Dekleof ter qualified" for the Starke culum coordinator positionhas Hampton Elementary. Jesse Moore assistant month be in local monies to still
Gainesville were Sunday Elementary post than Clark been created at the mid- Dewey McKinney, principal, principal, BUS; transferredfrom do the SE and SS renovation.
of Mr. and has been for Southside Elementary, trans- assistant principal of
afternoon visitors years a dle school but no appointmenthas is authorized to
and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. permanent resident of Brad- .w4ttMt been made. ferred from principal,Brook middle school.In Temple ceed with securing bids on pro-the
ford County whereas Clark Other of the 23 assignments, er Elementary. other action the school
Dawn Mathews of Maltland has lived until recently In all effective at the end of the Tom Casey principal board: job.
spent last Wednesday to Sun- Lake City. He said Clark is current school term approved Hampton Elementary trans- -Learned from Supt. Tem- -Okayed expenditure of up
day with her grandparents, happy with his present position Tuesday include W. L.Kil- ferred from teacher middle ple that the district will re- to $10,000 to purchase heat-
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews. as BUS assistant. patrick, deputy superintendent school. receive $110,000 less than the ing and air-conditioning e-
Dawn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson also told his fellow Arch Jr. Digs In ; Richard Jockel, direc- Jim Duncan,principal Law- expected $2,866,000 Minimum quipment for building the school administration -
Bruce Mathews, and family board members that "We all tor of curriculum and Instruction tey Elementary; a new assignment -
were Sunday dinner guestsof promised It to Tom Casey," county-wide trans- ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::>.:::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::y::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::....:::::
the Garl Mathews. referring to the prlncipalship Native* find It difficult to return horn without sampling ferred from principal of mid- Ted Oglesby director vo- :
of Southgide Elementary for strawberry shortcake when berries are fresh, and dle school and Eddie Doug- tech center same position he I. Bill's C.B. Radio & Equipment :111

Spring Sal. At Lllo' which present Brooker Ele- Arch Jr., 4 is no exception as he digs Into n bowl servedby las to the newly created position holds now.Oglesby has appliedfor 321 N. Stark.. Fla. i
Temple Ave.
mentary Principal Dewey Mc- the ladles of Grace Methodist Church In Lawtey.by of business manager the new position of joint 11:
= + Kinney has been tapped to replace all on the central office staff Bradford-Union County vo- c" Ph. 964-8346-8361 :::.
''I- -I retiring SS PrincipalJ. the superintendent Hall tech director but that positionhas
C. Hobbs. said. not been awarded to any- ti SEE OUR DISPLA A T 111
m Know Someone |In A "
"We? Will you clarify that? AUTO LUV-BUG
one yet.
t tt But Board Attorney Gene .
asked Chairman Rodney Hall. Shaw did not uphold Hall's 'SCREENS Millard Brown, director a- COUNTY FAIR f j:
The board all agreed that Interpretation of ;-he law. dult education at vo-tech cen-
t CHHSPHave Casey the former superin- "I think you (the board) ter; same position he now :;:: Bill & Joy Dowling |j:
tendent defeated by Templeby can reject them all. Period. Profm-i The Front Ol Yon Car: a ah THit. F.atyLorf holds. 2
26 votes, could have the I don't think the law ever Bug Srrrrn Phil Vellenga, principal, '
Southside job Lawson stated Intended for the. superinten- Brooker Elementary trans- :::;: "Home of the Magnetic Signs" :|;:

them call the CRISIS again. dent's recommendation to be $3.95 nailed ferred from principal, Starke ::'::$:::::{:':$::::{{:::::::::{::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':':.:::;;:::::::f.f.f.: : ;:: :: : ::::::;:::::;::;::: ::::':::::'::::i iI
"As one board member, Iwouldn't "
CENTER time final, the attorney stated.
recommend anybodythat "You can accept or reject
'night, 804 SW 2nd Ave. 6 didn't come through the the package as a whole or I; SPECIAL NOTICETo

'or help with a variety ofIlfe superintendent," said Board In part," the. attorney add-
Member Seeber Goodman. ed.
,' s problems. Giving his Interpretation of Board Member Seeber All Patients

DIAL 1-800- 1 the state law which states Goodman moved for accept- I
, that a superintendent recom- ance of the recommended
mends and the school board appointment and assignmentof I t DOPSON CHIROPRACTIC CENTERWill

1342-5364 t f approves appointments all 23 persons Involved.
Chairman Hall said about the But there was a period of Bo Closed: April 5,6, A 7.
time In which
GAINESVILLE "only cause the board has no board mem-
tl ---- to reject Is moral turpitude." ber present would second BUG GLIDER FOR WINDSIIIELDS

Goodman's motion. $9.95 Due To The Doctor AttendingA
Board Member Blaine
Deflect Orer Thu ff'intlhielil hatv To Initall
Thompson was absent from Bug'
Study Seminar In Kansas
Snapper V21 and V18 that part of the meeting, hav- And Rtmort No Drilling Hales Required.
ing been called away on an City Mo. If
lawn mowers.They make emergency he said later. Special Prices Emergency

That left Board Member Arthur 786-6825 Intensive ChiropracticCare
the rake obsolete.A NOW
Holllday to give the sec- I
ond, since Goodman made the At Bu.h Gulf Center In
A Snapper V series rotary mower vacuum cleans your motion, Hall was chairman, 301 SUrkr. H..
lawn as you mow no more raking Grass leaves, pine straw and Lawson opposed the mo-
and most light litter go right into the extra large tion."To
grass catcher be frank, J'm a lot
Side discharge chute blows walks and confused over this whole set
up after the statement by the
clean and be used
driveways can in areas
'*' school board attorney," Hoi ., .
where bagging grass isn't necessary Uday'i said.Chairman. .. j7.
Snapper V series mowers offer mire Hall said if the
maneuv erabiliu and closer trimming 11 1 board rejected the recommen-

because the grass bag is dations, and If the superin-
between the handles tendent refused to bow to the
Hang up your old garden board's wishes, then a never-
rake for g with no appointments made.
After that statement by Hall,
V 18
rot.irv mower
Holllday gave the second, he

f i g fusion.said, to prevent further con- WATCH FOR THE id '

h ower Equipment Im.ubsidiarv r Fuqua Industries IncJOE'S Temple pointed out there
had been no objections to any yey'1
appointment, although some
perf">is might not be too hap- C\j\\J

SAWSHOP py about their new positions.
"I want to revitalize the ,
system," Temple said "The S\
thing we're zeroing In on Is
curriculum. This system is
designed to that end." it? O s
To that end Temple and Q i
Deputy Supt. W. L. Kilpat-
rick have appointed Richard
Jockel, present BMS principal -
224 E. Washington Ave.- as county-wide directorof
curriculum and Instructionwith

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Rezones nrdaie 6K
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effort, support and dedicat- e
2 ion of all the people of Brad- ,
tit a
: ford County, and especiallyour
I( committee chairmen, our
The Bradford County Zoning fair' could not have attainedthe .I 1
board last week approved prominence and successit '
two changes In classification l lV has reached today" Gas- ,_
granted one request kins states, expressing his '
appreciation to the vol- l IiGt
to advertise for ano-. many t
ther change, and ordered unteers, committee chairmen nb
action taken In the case of l Y t and organizations that work
an owner placing three mo- + for the fair.
bile homes on two lots in
the SR-21 area between Key A new feature of the 1973 pt tti, rM.r
stone Heights and Melrose. F :d 2rti fair will be a 4-H and FFA .
Approval was given on the Steer Show and Sale spon-
sored the Bradford UnIon
request of L. K. and May-

Whitehead belle Whitehead for rezoning, and a Steve 13.- 1..'1oo1. Cattlemen's show is set Association.The for Thursday -. Readying For Steer Show
at 4 p.m. in the show
63-acre of land
the west parcel side of US-301 about on arena, the sale following at Brooker 4-H'.r. Mike Emory and Donald Hamilton prep iteer for tonight'. (Thursday ;

two miles north of Starke, Mws at 8 the p.m.fair., the first to be held April 5)) ".K and FFA Steer Show set at 4'p.m. The first annual tteer sale of th. j
from EA (exclusive agricul- raJ Bradford fair will follow at 8 p.m. tonight.
tural) to OR (open rural). Improvements at the fair-
The property has about 660- grounds this year include an
foot frontage on 301. r,, qy k addition to the livestock barn Trade At Home I
Also approved was the application f y .. that will be used exclusivelyfor Henry Block has
of J. W. Todd for A '4 Fti. display of poultry and Council Says
reclasslflcatlon of a strip of i.. rvr p !1\ +, small animals, and paved
property located between US- walkways In the midway area Spelling out a policy to keep 17 reasons why you
301 and the Seaboard Coast / for the convenience of the City of Staike spending at
Line Railroad, about a mile f .. "' K7 : '! anticipated 40,000 visitors to home whenever possible, the
north of Starke, from OR (open the annual event. City Council last week passeda should come to us
rural) to BR (retail bus- Miss America, lovely Ter- resolution to that effect.
iness). ry Anne Meeuwsen will attend for income
tax help.Reason
William (Rick) Hayes oi ( .. the fair Thursday, April 5, "I'd like to see the coun- .
Melrose was given permis- I 'r in two appearances, 2-4 p.m. cil keep our business with
sion to advertise for a change ", and 7-9 p.m. Her visit is people in the city," Coun-
of zoning on 21.3 acres 01 :" I'f rt arranged by Mac Baldwin, local cilman Charles Schaefer said 1. We specialize in income tax
SR-21, Just north of the nev Chevrolet-Olds dealer. in proposing a resolution to preparation. We know the wrinkles. We dig
Church of God between Key. ':II rosy wy?yn M itMrs. Friday, April 6, Is Chil that effect. It passed 4-0 with
stone Heights and Melrose ... +-/ dren's Day at the fair. All Councilman Vernon Sllcox ab- out every honest deduction. There is very
from Rl-A (residential)to BI children and high school stu- staining. little chance we will let
you overpay your
(business). Hayes said hi -- dents will be admitted to the Silcox said he wasn't opposed

planned to operate a nurseryand Lola Johnson of Stark. Is a perennial blu. winner In the clothing d.partm.nt. fairground free of charge between to the resolution but taxes.
sell garden supplies, as noon and 6 p.m. Fea- didn't want to vote becausethe
She shows thr. blu. ribbon examples of her work Tuesday at the 1973 Bradford '
build conventionaltype
as a tured Thursday at 8 p.m. resolution might have adverse -
home on the property if County Fair and Strawberry Festival. implications.
rezoning was approved.In Chairmen heading 1973 com-
the same area, the board mobile homes that he has byterian Church. The property told Mr. Johnson that his pre- mittees are: educational: exhibits Attorney George Pierce
took steps to have Harry L. placed on two lots frontingon is presently zoned Rl-C, sent mobile home was "grand- and clubs Mrs. Lillian termed the resolution"a mat
Kellerm move one of the three SR-21, south of Faith Pres- which permits mobile homes, fathered in" since it was there Pearson; premium book, Mrs. ter of policy."
but requires a minimum of before zoning regulationswere Winifred Glenn; Strawberry The resolution excepts tran-
- 7,500 square feet with 75- adopted, but that it did Queen pageant, Mrs. Linda sactions which are to be madeon ,,
< foot frontage "If served by not meet current require- Lawson; arts and crafts Rev.J. a bid basis.A .
NOW OPEN either a central water sys- ments for even one mobile' C. Brown; agricultural products
tem or a sanitary sewer ser- home. superintendent, Paul C.
vice system." If not having In other action the board'' Hutchins; beef cattle superintendent -
DAVE'SPRINT such facilities, zoning regulations granted Mr. Walling a six Harvey Smith; prizes & K FEEDS
provide that building month extension of his tem- and ribbons, Bobby Tay- 225 E. ANDREWSFull
(SHOP requirements for Rl-C classification porary permit to place a second lor; horse show, Robert Underhill EX1 L BLOCK
shall be the same mobile home on a 3.36-
119 S. Walnut St. Starke, Fla. as provided in Rl-A, which acre plot, now zoned EA. Lucille; county Payne schools RuralUrbanDay Mrs. Line F.R.M. Feed THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE

ACROSS FROM, BADCOCK FURNITURE each require lot 100-foot occupied frontage by one mo-for board Gene, Long reported, secretary that to Colon the Harry Hatcher; of the division Vuclnes, Seeds, 118 NORTH WALNUTpp
Starke Club home -
"Quality Printing For Less" home.bile home or conventional Thomas,a of mobile Lawtey home, had from removed Rotary Kathy Brown; and cochairmen Fertilizers, Animal 9 A.M. To 6 P. M. Monday Thru Saturaay Phone 964-K28.6

Although Mr. Keller had property on US-301 north, Mrs. Lola Johnson, Care Need 11 Days Left NO
staggered the mobile homesso which did not comply with Mrs. Lucille Godwin,and Mrs. Health APPOINTMENT NECESSARY

w. Print that each is surroundedby zoning regulations. Eunice Moncrief.

Business Cords, Letterheads, Envelopes, more than the required
7,500 square feet, they do
Statements, Raffle Tickets, And All not meet the 100-foot front- Engine Allis-Chalmers... \

Business Forms age per unit requirement. the
board. said. ; (From Page 1))
If Keller does not comply
with the request for removalof es not affected by the revenue Because with your lawn
-ALSO- one unit, the board indica- sharing funds, and the city's
ted it would resort to legal two fire engines.
Office action to compel compliance. Move to sign the contract
Supplies Typewriter Repair
The request of H. J. John- with Worthington was made looks are everything
son to place a second mobile by Councilman Nell Tucker,
We Rent Typewriters And Adding Machines
home on a 73 front-foot lot seconded by Councilman 0-

on the east side of Sampson rie Wiggins, and approved unanimously Nt
Lake was denied. The board and without further "" :
comment. Wiggins has beena Td
pusher for the power plant
over the years and has patiently -
waited until his fellow
council members came aroundto
his way of thinking. d
Heat The council met with En- <
gineer Ed Wilson last Friday r j
afternoon to discuss the result -
of Wilson's negotiations

Here is what get: with Worthington. When At-
torney George Pierce told the 1 8
80,000 BTU Carrier Furnace All labor and materials 4
&Air council arrangements were
Thermostat controls 24,000 BTU coolingSeven completed with Florida Bank y tm _
air supply ducts. .
year compressor
officials, Tucker went ahead
duct ,
One return air warranty
with his moUon.Worthington S,
has one year .ry
to complete the Job from the
time the contract Is inked. .r p
7 4
At the same time the council JJv
R7 makes power plant move,
another financial cloud hangs -
over its collective head.Clerk -

Merrill Edwards said Tues-
day night the city faces ma- +d/" -

jor renovations to its sewer
system to plug holes in sewer
$1350 lines which are admitting

r fresh effectiveness water and of decreasingthe the sewer There's a new 400 series tractor that's just right for your Here's unmatched maneuverability and power in a pair

Plus any necessary plant. Solutions Include a new complete yard care program. Mow, till, grade, haul, clear of rugged riding mowers. Both 5 and 8 hp models fea-
electrical work.SAWYER settling pond or a chlorinator snow. and more. You'll be all set with a complete ture low center of gravity for better stability and handling
at the sewer plant, plus lineup of attachments and accessories. Choose from 16 .comfortable seats to pamper you while you pamper
Completely repairing leaky lines. Costs and 10 hp tractors now available with a new shuttle your grass. fingertip handling that lets you edge right
InstalledUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'UIN could run to $100,000.The drive that gives you the. smoothest easiest speed and up to gardens, shrubs and fences-mow to within yt" of
sewer plant Is opera- direction changes you ve ever experienced. Plus a host obstacles. Just take a look at all the out front features.of .
ting on a temporary permitnow new features.
which expires in Octo-

... ber. New sewer connectionsare v
prohibited except to replace /
septic tanks. Also fac- Y
::0-- ing the city is a greatly Increased .a r
1 js
sewer load with the

JaIII ping Center which is going in 1.

soon. _

Guard Paid _

Members of Co. D, 53rd Shielded and baffled Shuttle duvehydrostatic Aulomol.I.oe, Electric PTO clutch Safety designed Smooth shitting, Mower follows the Gear and sector
three.blurted mower ( available ,. cam and lever and manual lift an mower 28"on shuttle drive on the motion, of the hoot steering on 8 ho for
Support Bn., the local National meets. ANSI on 18 tip steering gives" you standard equipment lee 5 ho. .30" on 8 hp ..two.speed axle for non.scalp handling ease and
Guard unit, were paid lately' standards model) for smooth precise operator the 8 hp model transmission' on mowing ellonlnsIonvrdrevere
week- / control mow the & hp maneuverabilityI' ,
$31,975.58 for attending changes without, ,in close
/ end training assemblies in clutching, or
December, January, and February shitting. gears

.I1 i Members. of the unit received -
their checks at the end of \
z March for the period, Decem- ALLIS-CHALMERS
Members receive four days' 512 MILWAUKEE WI 83201
pay for attending four train-

Carrier ing than four assemblies hours each of on not week-less for the man who takes more pride in his lawnCOOPER'S

ends.In ;" "
addition to the regular
base pay, members who have NURSERY
four years of service and are
332 W. Itladuon St. in Grade E-4 or higher receive -
quarters allowances for & LANDSCAPE CO.
Starke Fla.
dependents when on their 15- '
AIR CONDITIONING INC. 964.7701 day annual training period.
The unit will attend Blanding annual 2111 North Temple Avenue Starke
training at Camp
from April 29 to May 13.

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Youth To Conduct Holy Week Food Stamp Six Receive Nurse's Aide CertificatesFrances I

Revival Service Services Set Recipients Due S. Whitehead, EdnaH. Green Cove Springs High

At Urooker llnplitt For April 16-20 4 4d Increase Soon Norton, Evelyn W. Bradley School under the Adult Night
of Clay Coun-
and Lou Turner Kings- School Program
On Monday. April 9, at 7:30: of also received prac-
p.m., revival services will Traditional l Holy Week ser- Some 12 million needy A- ley Lake Virginia Callan ty. They Manor
of training at Welsey -
start at the Brooker Baptist vices will be sponsored by mericans will get a 3.6 per Starke and Ruth tical Home In Mandarin.Mrs. .
Heights were amonga Nursing
Starke Ministerial cent
Church continuing through
P. Tillis.R.
Katherine ,
Saturday night.Services Alliance during the week goverment food stamp allocat- class of 15 receiving cer-
will be led by the April 16-20 using the theme ions on July 1 to help keep pace tificates on completion nurse's of six N., was next Instructor.The class will startIn
following group: Terry Cran- "The Way of The Christof with the rising cost of groceries months training as
ford Pat Bell and Doyle and The Cross." 1: It was learned last week aides. at early September.
Susan Bell. On Thursday and All services will be held Washington news sources. They attended classes
Saturday nights Gary Hunter In the First United Methodist The local food stamp office
a ventriloquist, will entertainthe Fellowship Hall from 12 noon has received no Information
group with his companion, to 12:50: p.m., with lunch ;yet on the increase but acc- WE ALSO SELL '
"Rusty." served daily. ording to news service reports -
The public Is Invited to come Easter Sunrise Service will : 1 the monthly food stamp THE BIG ONES
and these also be held In the First allocation for a family of four
see young people 1970 Toyota Corona 1972 Poncho 914
of their United Methodist Church from ,. is expected to rise $4 for the
making use talents. 4 Dr Srdani4 Cylinder Engine 4 Cylinder Engine 5 Speed
7 on April 22
u. second consecutive
,, 4, st year. Automatic Transmission. Air Transmission Radio & Heater -
Rev. -_ Williams of From a level of $108 a monthIn
MUSICAL GROUP TO Condition Radio & Heater lie Appearance Group
Greater B"m Free
'4' 1t 197172. the allotment was
APPEAR HERE Will Baptist Churcn as speaker. Is expected to goto $116 on '51,595 1 $4.150
Special music will be
July I.
Bud Bass and the Souther- provided by the Bethehem : 1968 Ford XL Convertible
naires will be heard at the Choir.A Goverment officials predict V8 Engine, Automatic
First Assembly of God more complete w It that retail food prices will rise Transmission Air Condition
program di 6 to 6 1/2 percent this year a-
Church Raiford Road and with topics and speakersfor Radio & Heater.
Weldon Street, at 7:30: p.m. the Holy Week series bove 1972 prices considerably $1,095 1
than the Increase
Saturday Apr. 7. will be published next week. .
..,. :(.. + \ scheduled for food stamps re- Specials Of Week
.- .
cipients. Food stamp alloca-
'lions are based on the cost of 1967 Ford 4dr Sedan 1965 Rambler 4 Dr Sedan
I Status Of LegislationNow foods In a standard "economydiet $325 $275

Free Over TelephoneBy \ dfir ,f : December plan"based prices.on previous 1966 Plymouth Fury, 2 Dr. ;

direct-dialing 800-342- method of bringing govern- : The last diet plan calcula- $445
8014 from anywhere in Flo- ment closer to the peopleand tion showed the estimated l
food cost for afamilyof M1LLM
the people closer to
rida, citizens will be able gov-
to make long-distance callsto ernment." four was $115.90 compared 477? NW 13th Si

the capitol in Tallahasseeto Calls will be handled by was with indicated$111.10 a year that the earlier.new July It 3'6 4551

find out the status of leg- staff of the Legislative Information 1 allocation family of four .. >B Hfc AUDI
islation In which they are Division which
would be $116.
Interested, according to Rep. through a computer records .
Frank Williams. actions on all bills as they aaa DcaaDD.'J..aD..t
Williams expressed his occur on the floor of the ---.' 1 4I
hopes that the citizens of Dis- House and Senate via on-line
trict 25 will take advantage video terminals. I

of this service. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
"It's important for the cit- FILING CABS\ETS. Type-
izens of this state to be Informed writer Stands, Desks Chairs
Serving For 100 Years)
about the operation of Safes.Bradford County ( .
their government. This is one Telegraph.

Are and Beautiful Complement To Bradford
; : you your
; Offers an exciting opportunity to operate a l business of

family going to Strawberry Queen Donna Prevatt will reign over 1973 Bradford County Fair and Strawberry your own with a very small Investment. We ore InterestedIn
Festival. She will crown a new berry queen at the conclusion of the annual Strawberry .
suffer again this Pageant which starts at 8 p.m. Saturday In th. show arena at the fairgrounds. a qualified Sale oriented person with previous retail

summer? Beautiful blonde Qu..n Donna I Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Prevatt Jr., Stark. oxporloneo to own and operate a catalog store In

Starke, Florida.If .

Wet Vote -- --
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A total of 3,964 of the 6- in fora
d (From Page 1)) gainst the issue leaving 34 895 registered, voters turned you are willing to accept responsibility return
Q votes for the new regulation.The out for the election Tuesday.
find out how future in your own business, write giving full personal
election called Feb-
7 was winning 1,825 to 1,809 was !Nine: of 17 precincts voted
little it costs to air condition a 16 point margin. ruary 26, as required by law, for the legalization and the qualifications To:
Then Supervisor of Elec- after 2,420 registered voters remaining eight leaned toward -
your entire house with Chrysler Airtemp.You'll tions !Neva: Flynn opened the petitioned the county commis- the dry vote.

be surprised at the low cost! envelope with the seventh's sion. Law requires that an !Now: that Bradford Countyis
election must be called If
203 votes
results and read
for the selling of intoxica- one-fourth of the registered "wet"qualify Its for 15,000 six populationwill beverage E.A. Smith 4.1

--A'.emn c...."._."..... C7 CHRVSLfR ting liquors, wines or beer voters request so. licenses to be Issued for the Street
W ,,322 Brownlee Reno section took to the wet right to vote on the ques- to
Stark. Fla. Issue',, harder than,, any pre- tion was the apparent reason 2,500 state law. In addition to the Baltimore Maryland 21232
CALL US NOW! 964-8363 cinct with 169. more votes the Starke Jaycees sponsored six businesses private clubs
than the anti-Ie allzers. The the drive to secure the Individual club license
could purchase a
precinct l has a total of 377 petitions. As soon for sale and consumption of
STARKE APPLIANCEWhere registered voters and had a as the election was called
the premises.
liquor on
turnout of 257.Precfnct and the petitions approved
Fair Prices and Quality 15A, the Brookerarea the Jaycees withdrew from
Work Is Our Pride. was the largest backer further activity in the wet-
Professional Repairman Employed against the legalized sale of dry issue.
106 of 140 votes marking aFire Bradford was one of the Show some
10 remaining "dry" countiesIn
Florida but has now join-
ed the other 57 counties in
being "wet." interest in i

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Expecting a refund from Uncle Sam? Bravo! It's almost like found
FURNITURE money. But don't let It slip through your fingers
Deposit your check in a savings, account with us and watch ,it t grow
/ 1 AT DISCOUN with compound Interest. So it grows faster and faster all the time.
And remember, no one has ever lost a penny ,in an account ,insured
CompleteHousehold by the Federal Savings and Loan insurance Corporation.
I So if you've had trouble saving, your tax refund could give you the
and thieves work fast. Why take chances? Don't risk leavingyour Furni,shingt running start you need.
Bring it In and open an account. Its a good way to show some Interest
To 40%" Savings
valuables at home. For only pennies a day you can store your Up in your future.

heirlooms stocks, bonds, insurance policies, wills and other impor- Boxley Choir Co.
(Formerly First Federal Savings & Loan Association.Of Starke)
tant papers safely in our vault. Know they'll be there when you need 64? Cotsett 1 Blorl"

them. Rent a Safe Deposit Box today. __ From 'MOJacksonville. .

On long trips or short. carry the safe money:.: .it:: :;-I".4 '. 3d?.1741 GUARANTY FEDERAL

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5, 1973 TELEGRAPH Poge

I Fair Blue Ribbon Winners NamedFive Beauty.(From Poge'l) .

sey (former Raye Sands),1972
Miss Columbia County and
Sweepstakes winners berts.
wore named In the early jud- Charcoal or PastelNan Johnson Marmalades & Jams-- Lola Child's Sweater-- Ann Sa- Beaded Necklace-- Lola 1972 Miss Lake City Community -
ging at the 1973 Bradford Wessinger. mons. Johnson. College; Miss Brenda
Johnson, Mary Kuhne, Ed-
County Fair and Strawberry Pencil or Pen--Kirby Cros- na Norton Marie Grant (2)). AfghanLola Johnson. Article of Merit Mrs. E. Sutton, news reporter, WTLV
Poncho-- Mrs. Smith De- H. Kramer. Television Mrs. Flora Nos-
Festival which Lola ;
opened at
ley.Wood Jelly-- Johnson, Mary
Coordinator for
They were: BurningCarvingJohn Kuhne. Voe.Article cllla. Pageant
--Needlework Plympton. of Merit Wllman BUNKA (other pictures): the Miss Jacksonville and
Crocheted Bedspread Department,Wllman: Mosaics (seed, glass,stone) Specialty Mrs. L. J. Bry- Me Daniel. Wall Hanging\ Karen Wentz Miss Greater JacksonvilleFair
McDaniel. Carrol Richards. an.Collection Yarn Pictures Karen Pageants; Bruce Mozart,
--Food Department: Raggedy NoveltiesMrs.. W. H. Ag- Johnson. 3 JelliesLola Garments: Green. owner, University City Photo
Ann Cake, Beverly McGee. Ladles House DressLu- Bunka (brushedElvira) Supply, Gainesville, and Her-
ner.Decoupage cile Godwin. DeVoe. bert Gold of Television Sta-
,--Youth Division: Needle- -- J. C. Brown.
point Pillow Adrienne Barr;. Ceramics (stained)-- Lou- r'y Baked Quick Breads Goods: Lola John- Ladles Street DressNa- Bunka (original design)-- tion WTLV.
,--Arts &Crafts: Pencil Picture ise Prater. !' yr omi Starling. Mildred Fancher.
Rev. J. C. Brown. Ceramics (glazed)-- Kathy son.Yeast Breads-- Mary Ann Ladles EnsemblePearl Bunka (picture)-- Nell Gar- Entertainment for the pag-
--Bunka Picture: The Last Faulkner.PROFESSIONAL. Duke.! Andrews. ner.Crewel eant will be provided by Miss
Supper Mildred Fancher. Cakes (plain)-- Camille Pants Suit.- Naomi Starl Pictures Laurie Carol Hardy, with special
Blue Ribbon winners announced DIV. Whitaker. ing. Mullins. guests the former Strawberry -
by the judges were: OH Painting Earl Barber. Cakes (Iced, not decorated) Ladles Slacks Luclle God- Queens and the indepen-
Water Color-- Donna Lab dence Day King and Queen
--Edna Norton.
JUNIOR DIVISION If Cakes (decorated Char- win.Ladles BlouseNaomi WISH I'D SAID April Hoffman and Timmy
011 PaintingKarron Charcoal or PastelDonna I lene Starling. Harper. i
Rodriquez. THAT .,.
Green. Labagh. Cakes (occasional Char- Jacket or Cape-- Luclle Judging will begin at 4 p.m.
Water Color-- Ronnie Hall. Pencil or Pen--J.C.Brown. lene Rodriquez. Godwin. with Informal Interviews of
Pencil or Pen Crayon-- Wood BurningCarvingJack -- / Cakes (cut out)-- Beverly Coat.- Naomi Starling. the queen contestants, followed -
: Jim Hamilton. Rutledge. McGee. ApronLola Johnson. by a dinner for the Judges
Charcoal or PastelKar Ceramics (stainedYvonne /j1 CookiesCarol Richards. Man's Shirt-- Charlene and contestants. The pageantIs
ron Green. Passwater. Candy-- Lola Johnson. Rodriquez. "Never leave well enough: sponsored by the Junior
Wood Burning_ Harold Waters Ceramics ((glazed>--Yvonne Man's Trousers-- Luclle alone. It generally isn't good: Woman's Club under the direction -
Jr. Passwater. Needlework: Godwin. enough: Clarin I). Abhby, of Mrs. Jim Lawson,
SculptureUcley Brown. Baby Dress-- Gloria Mann.Girl's Man's Tie-- Lucile Godwin. TI. Unitah Basin (Utah) chairman.
Mosaics (seed, glass, stone) YOUTH DIVISION Dress (2-6 )-- Men's Suit.- Luclle Godwin.Men's .
--Matthew Grlffls. Senior Education
NoveltiesMickey'Brown. Home Improvement (utility) Mrs. J. Mowry. Sport Coat-- Grace
Ceramics (strainedJeff --Kathy Faulkner. ._ Girl's Dress (7-14 years)-- Fullwood. Double EE Mobile Homes Inc.
Snyder. Home Improvement (pIctures Mrs. Bobby Taylor. Ladles Long DressMrs.. 4500 N.W. 6th Street Gainesville, Fla.
Ceramics (glazedDebbie )-- Diane Yawn. I,,. Playsuit ((2-6 years)-- Mrs. Bobby Taylor.
Barker. Clothing (school dress)-- J. Mowry.Pants Sales & Service
Suit-- Well Boyett.
Susan Passwater. LINENS ETC.
SENIOR DIVISION Clothing (party dress)--Kathy Boy's Suit-- Mrs. J. Mow- TableclothMrs.. L. C. 1 YEAR CONDITIONAL WARRANTS
OH Painting Nancy Ro Faulkner.SSBiSSiS ,ry. Early. All Sizes '!'Doublewides
,....................................,.....u.................................................... .. .:..;.....,..,.,.....".'....,..,,( Luncheon Set.- Mrs. L. C. Including
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., :::.::::. Child's Sweater-- Mrs. Ni- Quilt-- Mrs. A. J. Barry. CompetitiveCLIFF

111: Sewing Machine 1 ta AfghanLola McRae. Johnson. MiscellaneousLola John- RANKIN, Manager

.. son.Decorative
'.. PillowMrs.. PHONF. 372-5267
Crochet- Nelson Green."Whydoes.
tf OperatorsWANTED


; 1 B.v.rly McG..'s Raggedy Ann cake won the sweepstakes -

ij s: Experience Helpful But Not Necessary i 8| ribbon In the Food Department of the 1973 Brad-
88" Tuxedo
8 ford County Fair and Strawberry Festival. The winning Sofa

!; ?i: 1 8 cak. It displayed by Home Economist Kathy Brown.

: |1j Apply In Person | Clothing (one-piece dress) Rodriquez.

1 1 I j --Kathy Faulkner.Clothing (two-piece. dress) Candy-- Ann Allen, Nathan
WILL TRAIN -- Kathy Faulkner. Plympton, Lynn Moxley. w f
Clothing (two-piece sports ..l'a
1 outfit)-- Susan Passwater. Canned Products:
SLAKE Clothing (knitted items)-- PicklesRelishesCindy
.1 Diana Yawn ((4 blue ribbons). Bryan (2 blue ribbons).
Marmalades & Jams--
Baked Products: Hot Peppers--Cindy Bryan.

I I IJIll : Biscuits Christy Faulk Home Improvement: 1.
COMPANY ner.Yeast Rolls-- MIchele Bryan. Pictures-- Barbara Godwin
(3), Ann Allen, Kathy Taylor,
Drop Cookies Sarah Nor- Pam Tucker, Lisa Ekard. ,
Lake Butler Fla. ton, Sonya Tenly, Ann Allen, Article of MeritBarbara ltLmtt. f
: g1
Pam Tucker. Godwin, .Jeanie Sapp, Mylinda MatcI n \ i
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.:::: -- .. n. V Brownies Sarah Norton, Plympton, Adrienne Barry. Tub Cllr \, ..
1 496-36-01'( |
: Lynn Moxley.Cakes .
(plain)-- Barbara Clothing:
n i]
i t : Godwin. Cotton BlouseRebecca
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Jumper--Ann Allen.
Two-piece Outfit Ann Al-

-- len.Slacks \
-- Barbara Godwin. "'
Article of Merit-- Rebecca With 2
T ;
Plympton, Paula Anderson. s
MiscellaneousRalynnJo- Sofa Pillows _,
iner. In Durable Vinyl or Velvet sera op.n.T. .
t'L Crochet ItemBarbara room Mwtlfylnr Safe B.d .Bed At Nr.htM.tmlfle.nt
Godwin, Jeannle Sapp, JanIce for tomfnrtabl..l..pmg, and raUxinfTh .
... .
v r 1 -' 88' Sofa op to full .1.i dnu-
Jockel, Joy Williams, Eo- bl. b.d, upholstered In In..laalln. Exactly as R
$21 9 00
EWW w line Green, Julie Hazen,Cindy vinyl. plMtic p tn your choice of toShown eg
d.y' mat popular color
Griffith, Pam Tucker, Ellen

George.Article of Merit Barbara SALE PRICE 3189.
Godwin, Eollne Green, Janet
Duncan, Patty Mullins, Pam 530.00
Tucker, Nancy Bennett. SAVE
ProJectDavid Harper.
Bunka Pictures Donna
Page, Buddy Page, Patty Mul-
lins, Linda Brown, Selma

FOODS; t M/ij E
VegetablesEdna Norton
Now that March has come and gone, (4), Mary Kuhne, Jean Roz- enmaruifure o, faS'
nowski. ;

we're cranking up our little advertising FruitEdna PicklesMary Norton.Kuhne, Ed- ) 1z

to i invite into na Norton, Marie Grant (2),
program you our Handy-Way Mrs. L. J. Bryan.
Whole Peppers-- Mrs. L.
Stores. We've been here all winter of J. Bryan.
RelishMrs.. L. J. Bry 134 11'. CALL ST. PHONE 964-5827 STARKE FLA.

course, but Spring steps up the pace a an.Preserves-- Mrs. Lola ,

bit and gets people moving about.So .

for those snacks, picnic items, cold drinks,
toilet articles, and all the things don't At FPL doesn
you present. I advertise in I the usual: ) sense of
have time to visit the big Supermarkets for. t the \vorJ, Th.it "\\edon't promote the use of electricity

Drop in any convenient Handy-Way Store.We'll while power supplies: arc tight. \\'. do. however, present:

fix you up almost instantly and make it informanon-oiientcd messages. Some arc. designed to
as painless as possible.
explain: our present operation and future plans. Others

I advise how to use your electric. appli.mces: more efficiently

! and economically: And- as \\.I..rc dome on thi. very

page-we're puhliclv :nnseringoiir most frequentlyasked .
Besides We're Glad To See You
! f= : questions.. We feel! there's no substitute for what

I this t> pe of advertising can contribute toward the need.

for presenting tactual) information to our customers. To
; : 4 us at FPL. advertising( means public communication.FPL .

.. / 'V t'tu-iirc.s'c's( wit( co a\k i/iKMiom/ About electricM'n /
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jtq Clay Register SchoolsTo Inritntionnl Wins Cnrolyn; Ladies Hamilton Golf; 'il Notes l

Beginners 1 i'';. By Helen Egan

Needless to say the Key

stone Golf & Country Club's
During the week of April MELROSE HOMEMAKERS trip to be at Henry's Liquor
Page 8 TELEGRAPH April 5, 1973 Ladles Invitational was a great meet- store at Intersection of Highway -
30-May 4, all pupils who will success. They had girls from The regular monthly
be eligible to enter kindergarten South Carolina, Valdosta, Ga., Ing of the Homemakers Club 21 and 20 at 7 a.m. In
and first grade In Clay Daytona Beach and the sur- was held March 29 at 9:30 order for the take off at 7:30.:
public schools next President Elaine Ashley All day will be spent at the
County a.m.
rounding areas participating.The
I iii By Linda Wharton ; September will be asked to winner for the two-day presided and the members Gardens, returning to reach

Keystone H ties Phone 4734907or register at the schools where tournament was Carolyn Ha- responded to the roll call with the starting gate at 7:30: p.m.

4734648.RUMMXGE they will be attending. milton with a gross of 161. their experience or Instance Happy; trip all you HARP

Clay County; School Supt. First low net in the Championship when knowing the law helped. members. Have' a good time

have returned after Jesse P. Tynes states that the flight was our home Regular and new business per- for methis reporter, who
: SALE A square dance will be spon- School Board hopes to be ableto town Voncile with tained to an amendment to hopes to be able to take the
girl Ketch
ing weekend at Singer
Now Is the time to get rid sored by the Junior and Senior a "Xa-
facilities for all the Club's B-Laws on Friend husband
provide next trip. has
land where they met 149. Second low net In this
of all that stuff you have Woman's Club on Saturday ; wish kin- ture of the Club" (member-
pupils who to attend E- just returned from hospitaland
daughter and son-in-law flight was won by Shirley
stacked away in your Fib- April 7, at the clubhouse.
dergarten during the 1973-74 with ship). I'm needed hero for a
and !Mrs Girard :\ vans 155.
ber1cC.ee": closet. The ladies Tickets will be available at
Several members brought a
organization of the Community the Keystone Water Companyor of Pittsburgh Pa.It ; school term. First flight winners were time.
sandwich and stayed for a
Parents and
guardians are
there they celebrated Willie Jean Kirker Sena El-
Church as a rummage from any of the club mem- and
reminded that Florida Sta- light lunch with beverages PERSONALS:
and Oma
sale planned for April 7 from bers at S3.30 per couple. Pro- blrthdaj. tutes require that pupils entering more Second Raleigh winners Pan- dessert furnished by hostesses "When a fellow needs a
!Mary Ilowell Louise flight :
9 til the :Masonic ceeds derived from this dance
a.m. 5 p.m. at -
school for the first of the d33' purposeof friend" and one comes
Temple. will be for the ScholarshipFund. son, Fran Livingston and sy Hawes, Martha Hajes and
dith Wilson have returned time in kindergarten or first Mae Henderson. this was to start a sew- long so gracious and kind
All who wish to contribute .
unwanted Items for sale ter spending a few das grade must have a birth cer- Third flight winners: Ber- ing and craft group with mem- as "Bill" J. Janssan and wife
maytake tificate or other acceptable bers working on any type; of from Mountain Lakes
Savannah where they tha Mae Putman Genie Jett Evelyn ,
them to the :Masonic\ (Hall KEYSTONE: ROTARY CLUB
House bonaflde proof of birth, physlclan's Bernice sewing or craft of their choice. Minn and he springs right
ed the 37th annual ( and VVorle.
on FrldaApril 6, from 2 The Keystone Heights Rotary -
statement that he or Also, members contributed Into b bringing Frank
Garden Tour which Is' Fourth flight winners: Lou action }
ill 5 p.m.Irs.: Ken- Club held their weekly
p.m. she Is free from communi- articles home crafted, for home from the hospitallast
Lois Walker and Egan
sored' by the Christ TImmlns
and Mrs. I Kenneth luncheon Friday
neth Reighard meeting ,
cable diseases and verification the Alachua County Fair of week and then, his
Episcopal In Savannah. Kathy Redfearn.
Cooper will be on hand to March 30, in the :Masonic '
In 11.
the second Apt
of Immunization against hand and heart to the arduous
ladies reported a grand On Monday night dinner was
receive donations. Hall with former Lake Geneva -
your The Bake sale is sched-
and said the' saw some certain communicable child- enjoyed by around 80 persons. task of raking the large a-
Tell all friends and Postmaster Bill Bakeras
your uled for 6 at the :Melrose -
hood diseases. April of leaves that's friend
Reese's rea a
tiful homes They had Col. special -
neighbors about the sale on the speaker.
Further information be Post Office. All goodsare in need and indeed!
Janice Batts was may of Southern fried chicken ,
Saturda I'm sure will Bill has been transferredto
} you obtained from the pilnelpal'soffice to be there b3' 9:30 a.m. We've to hear that
ized last week In the which was sponsored by the sorry
find useful Items.VOVIVVS Gainesville, and Is the new
many This is the Melrose Club's
or the Clay County is patient In
Customer Relations man having ford Count Hospital for Ladles Golf Association. Marge Tracy a
Health Office concerning these means of making a monetary
Here's the Green Hospital following ]-
wishing a
\ : CLIU I.INCI1EONAND charge of 72 post officesIn you contribution the Alachua
: CARD PAUTY the north-central region. recovery, Jan and hope requirements and the proper surgery.
soon be home. forms to be used may be obtained County' Children Diabetic Ed Hagler, highway Patrolman -
All you ladies are reminded Ills speech contrasted mail- Cub Park 573 of tills
there. Camp summer.
of Ed and Lillie
Mrs. Horatio Wales son
of the luncheon and card Ing conditions from 1958
Mrs. Iva ]Hailer of Has March Meet Roberts of Bedford Lake,
part to be held Frldav. through today. It was inter- FELLOWSIIIP CLUB
pril 6, at 12 noon at the Keystone '- esting to note that in 1958! ton, D. C have been the iii .. attendance spent a few days with his parents -
S JJ'i was
,. .. Although
Heights Woman's Club. practical all mail was hand cent guests of Mr. and :\ tII" Mrs. Hagler was unable -

:Mrs. Fremont Tolles and stamped. Today, everything harry Peters of Lake I//fir/ Society Cub Scout Pack 575 held smaller than usual those Game-attending to come ,as business

her committeewomen: Is done the Drive their monthly meeting on the monthl; detained her In Ocoee, so
( b3' computer sjs- Sell Fuihhm; ; Slum'
Fun Day had a real good time
March 27 at the Community she went on to Jacksonville
Ed Hmmins :Mrs E. :\1. Tur- David LaValle Junior ;
tem.Bill Church in both with the Game-Pla of where F.d met her for the
Keystone Heights.
nerIrs.: Aughtr Vance, went on to point out School science teacher
William's and the social-
St. Altar Family Bingo
:Mrs F.arloles :Mrs. Lois the innovations that hospitalized last week in weekend. Mrs. Hagler's mo-
met March 19 In the hour that followed.
refreshment -
church Jack Bannon explained thata
Medical Center In ther :Mrs. Plckett Is!! recovering -
Mrs. Don In the
Walker Wallace currently taking place
annex with Glen Kuhnel of Cub Scout should weara Ed Roberts was emcee
:Mrs L. Wornslc3'Irs.: S. Postal System to make our where he underwent \ ] from an accident having -
the Roberts served the
Assumption Parish of uniform or no and Lilly
for David complete sustained a hip fracture
: \\ appendicitis.
F. .
Weisgeiber Mrs deliveries the best in the
Jacksonville of and cookies
present fora uniform at all. lie then goodies beverage -
home but
Wiles, :Mrs. J. A. Williams world. return soon
return engagement contin- where badges while there was much
: be some time Leo Nolan
and Mrs H. Wolfe
are planning -
Here's uing his talk on adult education arrows and numbers shouldbe exchange of friendship.
a delicious luncheon for PERSONALS you a
President and Mrs. Lester
the uniform,
worn on
you David and Lorraine Schaeffer recovery. Leo Nolan, 79, of Keystone
:Mrs Dick Ables was hostessfor and said that Cubs are allowed Sheets were visiting! in Alabama -
Mr. and Mrs. Ken
in Heights died :MondApiil
were Keystone recently ,
of !Mrs. Sheets'daughters
the March meeting. to hats Inside as one
FIELD TRIP ENJOYED visiting their respective now new residents In wear 2, In the Veterans Hospital
Plans were made for the except In church was on the sick
\ large group of the mem- parents, :\11'. and :Mrs. Joseph stone. Ken Is opening a buildings after a sudden illness.! BornIn
bers of the Keystone Heights Dey and :Mrs George pet and vinyl tile annual dessert bridge partyto since hats are considereda list.Speaking of sick the Maiden :Mass on :Ma\ .
be held this In the of their uniform.
Woman's Club enjoyed the Schaeffer. It was weekend ment on Lawrence\ Blvd. year part club has been 4, 1893, he was a retired
Keystone Woman's Club on A uniform inspection was membership
field trip to the University celebration for Da\id. lie graduated be on the look out for postal emploe and a \ 'tcI'an
deleted due the char-
27 12:30, graded much to
\pril starting at held and each boy was
of Florida on Tuesday, March: from Florida State University Welcome to Kej stone. Bill and Helen of World War I. He was
p.m. Those who prefer on his badges and arrows ter members
Jeff and Dana Batts
27.' and Is now coownerof a former member of Post
Pinon Julius and Fein Hanson
Luncheon was enjoyed in an' Art Caller in Talla- In Keystone recently to canasta or other games may being In place. Fingernailswere ; 48mc1'lcan Legion< In
Ethel We all
organize their own tables.In checked for cleanliness ; and } man
It Jeffs who has
therradonda Room In the hassee. David and Lorraineare mother Boston.
: conjuction with this }'ear's and shoes and scarfs were either 111 or needing care of
lieitz ? nlon building, followed busy making plans for a ill their husbands. Ethel Is still Surviving arc hI.lIfe,
there will be the added also checked.
b.v a leisurely tour of the trip abroad In the near fu- Cdr. Paul Bird and part well Julius is :Man Millsolan; '; and one
attraction of a Spring Fashion Each Cub Is expected: to not doing too ;
of his friends Cdr.
Florida State Museum on cam- daughter, :firs Ralph Najxls'
ture. Lt. Fredericks and Lt. Show, featuring the styles; make a slide for his neckerchief about the house but not gain- ,
pus. Mr. and Mrs. Gaiber ing strength Bill is undergoing both of Keystone Hfights.oneson ;
TV Davis, were down last ....La'I from Leila's in Starke. any ; Leo JNolwn,1r.: Denvei',
to visit Paul's mother Some lucky person will Richard O'Donoghue received treatment five dais
John Bird. They all go home with 15 steaks; his Bobcat pin and badge. a week for a month so Helen Colo.; two sictcl'o.Irs.; !! : .
KEYSTONE MELROSE tioned at the Willow and two other awads of Wolfe badges were awardedto has her job cut out for her. George! McKenzie, South \\ emotitli \-
As to Helen her hus- ,,.Mass., mid Mil. Hugh:
Naval Air Station in ten steaks and five steaks Kent Gann Rob Durocher Egan,
BUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S vania. will be made during the Robbin Harris, and Charles band Frank came home on Smith, IliiiKhnm, :Mass: ; and

Arlene Brown was evening. Details may be Mlzell. Kent Gann displaced March :26!(i, but does not seemto grandchildren.: .
Funeral 'rlll'll.n' held
the other day and is obtained from any society' a shell collection, and a gain very well. !>
at 10 a.m.odnvsdav In
SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN resting and members. Gilbert Paredesis tick-tack-toe game made froma Looking to the next Club st.
William's Catholic, Church
It will be the monthly ,
donating the steaks. cigar box. meeting -
Hope you will be feeling
SLIMS HARDWARE better real soon Arlene! Donations for the card party Jerry Laurin received 1 luncheon and program :Maurice Keystone lIelght.lth Imhoff \ Father
lcbyytge conducting
Jimmy and Wilma ;', dessert, and fashion a recruiter badge for bring- meeting with President sheets
Interment I
AND6ARMN was the Kej stone
Fish would like to express show will be $1.25 per person. ing a new member into the presiding. Program Chairmanis
fTStuff Heights
CINTEX appreciation for the fine Anyone who does not care Pack and also three Sliver :Mrs.rletee Roche. The Cemetcl'rlI1del',
direction of Dc Itt! C. Jones
date Is April 12 at 1 12.30 in
to play cards, but who would Arrows for achievements :
Live Bait A complete line of Hdw. ception the people of Funeral Home. The Christian
Lions Club This is
Mizell Building.
enjoy the dessert and fashion Den Mother Kay
stone have ghen them.
BENJAMIN Wake held in Jones
C'ickots.Shinn..Worm. MOORE PAINTS Bell's, who own and show may attend for $1 l admission thanked Mrs. Cann for help- a covered dish luncheon. was

Minnow Plumbing & Electrical Supp Bell Electric will be Ing her with the Scout work Treasurer Grover Benham Chapel, Keystone Heights

TACKLE-RODS-REELS GrO'Tone Fertilnert. Ing very soon an electrical Reservations may be made while there was sicknessin will collect 1973 dues of $1.00 at 7:30: p.m. 'Tuesday .

FISHING A. HUNTING Intecticide* ture display showroom now by calling Emily VVahl, the family, for those who join now or others -

LICENSES AMMUNITION Lumber & Building Material will be expanding their 473-3053; Ann Naples 473- A report b}' the treasurer, who have not been in attendance S.E.McKAY

ICE Hwy 21". 200 yd. From Light sent location on Hlwa I + I 3165; or Margaret Pater, Mr. Pellicer, showed a bal- for some time. :Many
473-4376. ance of $14 In the treasun'at members who are unable to REALTORSKeystone
If of the ,
you were one !
t ( .
Keyitone Hgts. 473-4357 K.yston. H.ights 473.3663TELEVISION.AIR attend have
people who tuned In on | tills time.It any meetings paid
TV' show "Who What 1 i Then' 'is Hii'" "Id iiMlh' ; I the was also stated that Pack in advance as they enjoy the Hts. 473.4816

FURNITURE-GIFTS COND. Where" last week and "I'I'11/ :+lh HIM! I i.tll MI' in ID) 575 should continue activities good feeling of being a mem- HOMES -ACREAGES

Lake Geneva TV ServicCenter pened to see Ken Dent mull whit-li\ diiicis Iru'n 1 1 the i during the summer months ber of a Fellowship Club of RENTALS
Keystone participating ollii-is In that III!| ihr im-i ikoIIP or at least one activity each senior folk.

Furniture QAorow closed witha -\\H P CII \PTEH TOUi
The meeting
Davidson I have ,
an : ,,
,, h
'fhP, IC1'/1I'/ I.-fl? I6\r I I Cub According to 'err :May
"Good Night Col. J.
Gift & Candle tion Ken is the brother song Cheismgton473-4679
Shop STERO ',/' ..iir' ''T'/I'IIt, I, .1{ ,rr/1/:," n.I' Scouts, led bj Bret Bannon tour chairman all I i Is set for
CAR AND PORTABLETAPE !Mrs. Harold Ingram on .; (>It./, /, P /V'" 'yr'" '"nn' and ,John Mlzell. the Cypress Garden tour tomorrow L.J. Robinson 475-1041
EXQUISITE View Drive and Ken used
GIFTS DECKSCOMMERICAL ,', "'/''//lr"/, / """ 111"' -
radio : I' The next Pack meeting will April 6, Reminding Paschal! Corr 43.4058
name, Davidson ."ouL3/ /like
AHDRESIDENTIAL fill' hrl .dlp those who planning the .
Nam Brand
Furniture of Dent. Ken stated he did "rulde.,I be held In April ,

do as well on the __un. ,.
i Mil t' i AIR .I.LI.M.U.llliMHHB|
CONDITIONING as he should have but It \\

Hwy. tOO E. Lake Geneva SALES a SERVICE wonderful to have Kej'
so well represented.
1 Mi. East of Keystone Haft. KEYSTONE 473. 651 This past Saturday FIGHTING

REAL ESTATE Mrs. Roy Bridges l1c
MOBILE HOME" Brannon her two

Richard T. Lovorn Bobby and Lee Jim Fox, :\ b
WonttaullyourMobil. Lindsay Walker ,Jim and A -

Horn? If have self drove to Palatka to .
13g.: Real Estate Broker yOU a buyer.Mobile -/
Home Broker will I dinner at the Crab Pot. (

LAKE PROPERTIES '- arrange ALL financing and Keith said the crabs 1IIfBf E r
RESIDENTIAL insurance detail for a brokerage running again and should !
be in the
ly plentiful
'fee of 10% of the *..11.'ng "
BUSINESSACREAGE l 7 price. For couple of weeks. HWY 100 OO keystone Fla.
APPRAISALS tion callMOBILE more informa' :Mr, and :Mrs Bud Heights

had a house full of 473-3029

Keystone Hills 473.3254 last weekend Their

473-4692 HOME BROKERS Jimmy; his wife :Martha
t RT 1 BOX 350 J san and their tw' WIDE
"Ir i Kneppt-r .'L.H 1 Ilarrha i
Julie and Pete were \
\ Ourhin i-" v(< MELROSE. FLORIDA 32666 ing from Orange:: Park

Urn Fox -*-".,J.l8| PHONE 475-1751 Garry's p'll'ents1: :. ANY $9465 12' v 40' 2 BR HOMEDALE $3493

1 .It \IcAtee_ 'i.gnsu( Mrs. Hobert Gibson from

go were up for the -

OCnU I H er. $ lZ'SZ'Z BR HOMEDALE $3952
Welcome to Keystone ,
N ell'8
and Jane Tjre and their
Beauty Style Member of >oi.ietvol children. They hall from 12* >x 60"

Shot Residential, Appraiserservinn ami and Bill is Roy f : $10.355 3 BR 1'' Bath HOMEDALE $4954
"For a lovelier ';; Lhis Area For 26 Years' first cousin. Glad to ,

you" Mrs. l..lbo II;." 473-4740 you; aboard'! lrd

Pho..475.221 L. J. Robinson 475-1041 Amy Hulena Mrs. Mae R !! $13,100 12'x5Z'2 BR 1 HOMEDALE $4545

D.lores Gilmore 473.3600 Mrs. Kay Campbell and
Between Hall of Gainesville have
Joanne P. Casiett 475-1622 returned from a few days LARGEST lZ'x5Z'2BR HOMEDALE 3515

Key'to e Paschal Corr 473-4053 sightseeing down state.

Heights ,. i JomesCk.ssington473.4679Meiros. also attended the
Homes Play in Lake Wales and HOME SALES 1260
-: -'lcreage-Retitals FERNWOOD $5470
through Cypress Gardens
3 BR 1'4 Bath
Lake Front Sales
Force:. the ladles enjoyed the TO

and had a wonderful 12 & 60' FERNWOOD

C'I Roy Shell Lamar Hill, a home 3 BR I1!; Bath Expando $255
In Keystone YOU.
Lanell' Boutique" Wrecker Service boy, was ;
..... weekend visiting Jimmy
Styles and AccessoriesFor
Lamar Is

The Woman Complete, J 24 HRSService B in nice Jacksonville to see him. now. It ARE NO. 1 IN SALES

Fran Stephenson played
Hwy 31 B.tw..n ), tess to Sena Elmore and

Ktton It Metro. '. Day Call 473-3083 Stearns last week. The ; A SATISFACTIONmitgf ;

Nighca 47J-2838 dies came up from "
475-2311 to play In the Keystone's



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SENIOR ii::.i>wJWSfiiiJSi'iW;1;;;:;:; ;: |:;::; ;;;:; ;:!;;::;:[:;:;; !:::::::n!!! Bradford Chapter Observes Keystone Branch I

CITIZENSOur OBITUARIESMrs. National FIIS Week April 1-7 IJil Opera. rtlr house.Event

April 1 7 has been designated -
role In the educational
White Elephant Sale bers thereof, shall have full National FIIA Week, sys- All
residents of
tem Miss Strickland states Keystone
NewsBy was a lively event The mon- power and authority to autho- i:1:1:1:1:1:111nmHHmnmm11n::;:::;::: ;;; 1111n11111 1lj1j1 n: and members of Future Home- "by, keeping us Involved in, Heights and area are Invitedto
ey raised by this sale Is rize the execution and delivery -
makers of America will
carry activities that benefit us not attend open house at the
used to pay for our annual of mortgage or mort-
activities and observances
out special only as Individuals but as Keystone Heights Branch of
luncheon. We surely missedour gages or a deed or deedsof F. Flume designed to share
family and community mem- the Clay County Public LIbrary -
Elizabeth livens;
good Treasurer and Secretary trust upon, or pledging or
experiences and accomplish- bersIn other words It on Friday Apr. 13, In
DELL CHAPTER OES Sunday is Youth Day. Sun- Emma Morton, and encumbering of, any or all Mrs. F. F. Flume, 77, of ments with family, friends serves as a bridge betweenthe observance of National Library -
Dell Chapter 168 will hold day School will begin the Dorothy Kerrigan, but Flos- the property, assets, rights, Starke, died Saturday, March and neighbors according to classroom, the home Week April 8-14.
Its regular meeting Thurs- services at 9:30.: sie Prescott and Lucy Tucker privileges licenses, fran- 31, in the Bradford County Adult Advisor }Nancy McLarty and the community and Is All library patrons, both
day night, April 12, at 8 p.m. filled the emergency and chises, and permits of the cooperative Hospital after a long Illness. of the Bradford High FIIA. the key for developing the old and new, will be wel-
All members are asked to New Bethel Baptist Church, did a very good job. whether acquiredor Born In Clover, S. C. on Theme chose for this year potential of each Individual comed between 1 and 7 p.m.
please be present and on Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Happy birthdays were Bernie to be acquired and where- Dec. 28, 1895, she had spent National FHA Week Is "Ex- member for a productive life to view the new addition and
time. Business of vital im- Weekly services begin with Smith, Lilly Roberts and ver situated as well as the most of her life in Starke, plore Roles-Extend Goals ", In our society. other facilities of the library. -
meeting each Tuesday Eunice. Ice cream served revenues and income there
portance.The and was a member of the .
The 36 members of the
at 7:30. Wednes- with our cookies donat- all such terms Theressa Strickland. FHA
meeting night has been night was from upon First Baptist Church.
FIIA Refreshments will be
changed from the first and day night Bible Class at 7:30. ed by Bernie Smith and Mr. and conditions as the Boardof Surviving are one daughter, President, points out that Bradford High chapter served.
third Thursday night Choir rehearsal and Mrs. H. C. Drlscoll. Trustees shall determineto several million young people have scheduled a numberof _
Thursdays to the sec- Mrs. Bessie Colson,of Starke;
ond and fourth Thursday for Choir No. 2. The terrific costs of meat, secure any indebtedness of three grandchildren, and four have been challenged by the activities for the week. education; HERO chaptersfor
nights. Everyone Is asked to Business meeting will be staples and other necessitieshas the cooperative to the United greatgrandchildren.Funeral unlimited opportunities offer- Plans outlined by the presi- students enrolled In home
please cooperate this change, held Saturday night at 7:30.: forced the senior citizensto States of America or any Instrumentality services were heldat ed through membership In dent Include entering Econo-a boothon economics related occupa-
In Home
for success. Sunday School will start the ban or boycott meat pur- or agency 3 p.m. Monday In Jones Future Homemakers of careers tions courses.
services Sunday at 9:30, Mor- chases for a long time because thereof, or to any person, Memorial Chapel with Rev. America over the 8 years mics at the Bradford County High school home economics
CHURCH NEWS ning service, 11 a.m.; BYPU they could not afford corporation, financial institi- Lewis D. Haines and Rev. since Its establishment as Fair and serving a box lunch- teachers serve as advisorsto
service 6:30. the continuous In the national organization for eon at the monthly meeting. the 11,000 local FHA chapters
Greater Bethlehem Freewill 5 p.m. Evening : upgrade pri- tution or entity lending mon- John StricklandofficlaUng.In-
Visitors always welcome. ces. to the cooperative." high school students In home Future Homemakers of A- through out the country.
Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper ey terment was In Crosby Lake
Is self-
Williams, pastor. In this respect, I Inquired What we object to is that Cemetery. economics and related occu- merica a nonprofit, National headquarters are
Last Sunday services Greater Allen Chapel through School Supt. Temple's any part or all of this can pations. supporting organization officially located In Washington, D.C.
were Church, Rev. B. C. Williams "FIIA plays effective sponsored by the U.S. of the Bradford
office If the former daily be done without the full con- an Officers
spiritual and informa-
very pastor. Services begin with Office of Education, throughthe
tive. The morning lunch program for senior cit- sent of us, the owner mem- Roan TurnerRoan High chapter are Theresa
messagewas School at 10 Mor- Division of Vocationaland
taken from Matthew 24- Sunday a.m. izens at the school cafeteriaswas bers of the REA.A Josie Minion Strickland-president, Judy
service 11 with the Technical Educationand
ning a.m.
still in effect. I am large segment the mem- Bedding-vice president, Teresa -
10-14. The subject was "Then Junior Church charge.Eve- very J. Turner, Sr., 78, the American Home Economics Cha-
glad to report that I was bership of the REA are sen- Brewer-secretary,
Shall the end come". The of Lake Butler, died Mon-
service 5:30. Association. It
ning : Mrs. Josle Mlnton 82,
told by Mr. Kilpatrlck that rlotte Whitehead-treasurer,
ior citizens who will surely
night subject taken fromSt. March 26 In
was day, Albany
of Griffis Starke died two of
citizens have one Loop encompasses types Dubose historian,
senior can feel the crunch of higher rates.A Mazelle -
Marks, 8:34: Following Ga. after brief illness.
Mon. Tuesday, April chapters: chaptersfor
balanced meal per day, full discussion on this and Brenda -reporter.
Christ with Cross". lie native of Colum-
Kitty Kollege Day Care Cen- was a ford County Hospital aftera students In homemaking,
through Fri at nominal cost. and other questions is Nancy McLarty serves as
Weekly services begin with ter is open to serve your This is benefi- many bia County, but had spent long Illness. Born In consumer and family life adult adviser.
Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board children with loving care.For cial for program the elderly very and han- in order, and a ballot shouldbe most of his life In Bradfordand Georgia on May 22, 1890shewas
No. 2 meeting Monday night. Information call 964-6688. dicapped. Those of who sent to every member enclosed Union Counties, wherehe the widow of Warren
Tuesday night both Junior and Hours are from 7 a.m. to want this service. It Is ready with their electric bill was a rural mall carrierfor Minton, and a member of
Senior Choir will meet for 5 p.m. for take before any such action is tak 27 years, and was retired Bethel Baptist Church.
and waiting you so
rehearsal. Wednesday night advantage of it. en.In from the Lake Butler Surviving are two sonsBra- NOW OPENKEYSTONE
Prayer Meeting. Thursday NCS NEWS In recent weeks a numberof all due respect to our post office. dy Collins of Starke, and
night Easter rehearsal will The Invitation Is extendedto elderly people have had Board of Trustees and Man- A veteran of World War I, W.O. Collins, HinesvllleGa.;
be held. The Ladies Circle young mothers or anyone sudden seizures, heart attacks agement, we hope further con- he was a member of the New three daughters, Mrs. Murry
will meet Thursday night at who would like to attend sewing etc. Although we have sideration will be given to the River Baptist Church. Rogers, Petaluma, Calif.;
the home of Mrs. Fannie classes. With summer fast the wording of Amendment of Ar- Surviving are his wife,Mrs. Miss Nettle Minton, Starke;
published emergency
Brown. Mrs. Brown will also approaching, new clothes for number 431-1005, It ticle VIII of the RE A By-laws. Louise Turner, Lake Butler; and Mrs. Frances SmithWest
entertain the Prayer Band Sis phone Our will be three R. J. Turner, Jr.,
the young ones are needed. that in times of stresswe next meeting sons Palm Beach; five grandchildren INSPECTION STATION
ters. Saturday the I Can Cir- Classes are held each Thurs- seems to forget. Everyone April 9 at 1 p.m., Pratt St. and L. K. Turner, both of and four great-
cle will sell dinners from day from 10 till noon. One are, prone and old, should Rec. Center. We hope all of Albany, Ga., and Wilbur Turner grandchlldren.
young CLOSED SUN. & MOV.
the kitchen. can make or mend something. memorize 431-1005. The mo- youMtbgwere:! missing at our Springfield, Ill.; two Funeral services will be
I ment you take to make this last meeting will be able to daughters, Mrs. Hazel Kite, held at 4 p.m. Thursday In HIGHWAY\ 21 N. KEYSTONE:
I Hawthorne Mrs. Bonnie Wilbur -
call can save a life. Brad- ; Jones Memorial Chapel with
ford County Hospital will soon -Joe Kerrigan Cortez Colo.; one bro- Rev. Dorsey Layman conduct- HOURS :
have ambulances and equipment ther, Roy Turner, Valdosta, Ing., Interment will be In
on the line for this vital Ga.; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Santa Fe Cemetery near 8:00 TO 5:00Big

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SERVICEBANK Artical VIH of the Bylaws \ 7 Mrs. Malinda Crews, 72,
I of Kingsley Lake, died Sat-
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March 31 in Gainesville
urday, a -
"provided, however, that not much good
"It hospital long
p withstanding anything herein for- Illness. She was born a in Ba- or small car
contained, the Board of Trus- eurd.
,. tees of the Cooperative, with- I ker County on April 15, 1900
oilier one and was a member of Bethel
out authorization of the mem-
Baptist Church.
Surviving are her husband,
Graham Crews; four sons,
GRIFFIS BROTHERS Charles, of Kingsley Lake;
Y Lonzy, DeWitt, and Daniel.
Crews, all of Jacksonville;
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Pop. 10 TELEGRAPH April 5, 1973 ,

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7 thin Lee RelaysBradford ChampionshipSeven -

Bradford High weightlifters take state championship In In the top class 3A Gainesville -
High runners plac- ing his et.Malachi ished as close to Pal atka South will travel to Deland the 3A class. area team. Buchholz has
ed seventh among 15 area IlenryaJumpedf 20- as we did, because I don't Saturday to lift In state competition "We have possibilities of not met BUS this year and
schools In the Lee Relaysat 5 feet in the long jump event think we really ran to with[ Class 3A and two good places with Brad has lost to Eastside earlier.
Robert E. Lee High Schoolin for fifth place.Bradford's ," Coach Grover up Howard l 4A schools, to defend the Carter and Chuck Norton In "Deland is the toughest team
Jacksonville Wednesday, sprint medley par says Palatka South took fifth Class 3A state champion title the 165 and 181 pound class, there with five people lifting
then Saturday traveled to the relay team placed on top witha place with 31 points and BHS[ won last year. and everybody has a chance," over 700 pounds. Second
University of Florida to run time of 2:03.2 minutes. The had seventh with 26. Raines The seven going are Kevin says Redding. toughest Is Gainesville High
in the Florida Relays but did r.t Meng In the 123 pound class, "If like "
team was Tim Clark, Tim High School won the meet. everybody Improves School, says Redding.[ Bothof
not take any places. Crews, Vernon Barber, and "We had a bad exchange his best total this year, 440 they are capable of doing and these teams are In Class
Curtis White led the'fornadcee Levy Lennon. In a recent meet In the 440 relay and could I pounds; Stuart Strickland,best everybody has a good day, we 4A.
In the Lee Relays tak- Raines High School ran against this year 560 and Mike Crews, can take the 3A champion-
ing third place In tile discus BUS in the sprint medley and Pal have atka won" that event Howard.and beat best 540 pounds, both In the ship," according to Coach *
with a distance of 135-5 feet won. This time BHS took first Coach, says Howard took only 132 pound class; Brad Carter Redding There are those who feel
and running a leg In the 440 place three tenths of a second to Gainesville to best 670 and Ronnie Hall[ Eastside and Buchholz will that child-rearing should be
weight mans relay team which ahead of Raines second place eight people In the Florida Relays best 600 pounds, both lifting be giving Bradford hard competition turned over to the state. But,
placed third In 51.1 seconds. time of 2:03.5. participate In the 165 pound class; Chuck in the meet for the without parents, who would
Other members of the BUS BHS took fourth place In I which saw top runners Norton, with highest total this 3A title. Eastside has beaten there be to blame everythingon
from all over the state com-
440 weight man's relay team the 440 relay, 45 seconds in the Class I school year 690 lifting In the 181 BHS earlier this year and ?
were Glen Mulllns, DonnIe flat with the team of Tim pete division with the Tornadoes.high Facial expression might have helped as Stuart Strick pound class; and Donnle Neel, -
Thomas, and Pete Puckett. Clark, Tim Crews, Malachi Nobody from Bradford High land presses 155 pound during a work out. best of year 630 lifting in the You Grow /1- We Mow It
Steve Strickland took third heavy weight class.
Henrv. and
Levy Lennon.
placed in the meAt In any
place In the pole vault go "I was surprised we fu: .- The total comes from three
event, including the two relay MOWING
teams. lifts The clean and jerk,press
Steve Strickland represented Tiger Runners Win and bench press Norton, a
Hornet Runners BHS In the pole vault, junior, holds the school rec- SERVICE
l\IalachilIenry and Tim Crews ord in the press at 220poundsand
I In the triple jump Levy Len- Union High runners rackedup (Suwannee) conterence," says Carter, a senior, has the Edging And Shrubbery Trimming
106 points to Williston's Track Coach Dukes.
Tiger record in the bench press at
in the 100 dash
Spoil KH Win non yard 53 and Chiefland's 23 to take Union County thlnclads host 315 pounds.
and Pete Puckett and their second home meet this the Suwannee Conference ContactSTEVE
White In the discus throwIng "Our Is to
season the goal score more
on new asphalt track meet In Lake Butler A-
The last five events spoileda Beam. event. track In Lake Butler Mon- pril 27. points than any other 3A THOMAS
victory for Keystone High's Mile Run2)Erb. The 880 relay team consisted day night. school," says Coach Butch Phone 8 5:30 P.M.
See 11)) 9647415. A.M. :
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of Crews, Henry, Bar-
track team Monday afternoon 880Yd Relay1)I KH: Be- "We're expecting to win the Redding This Is needed to
as It lost to Hawthorne 72- lote, Hunlck, Byrd, Ratltff. ber, and Lennon. Running the
59 In a dual at the Indians' 440-Yd Dash2)) Ketch, 3) mile relay for BHS was Crews, .
clay track. Struby. Hodge, Barber, and Lennon.
"We could have had second
330Yd Inter. Hurdles- 1)
The Indians, led by Todd
and third In the triple
Brannon's heroics In the field Hughes 46.6.880Yd places
events and David Hughes'hur Run-2)) Dasmin. jump with Crews and Henry
Sprint Medley Relay- 2)KH: but both scratched," stated
dle efforts, were ahead of the
Hornets by seven points with Hunlck, Belote, Humer, Erb. Howard.
only five events remaining. Two Mile Run- 2) Ashton BHS will be Idle until Ap-
Two first places would wrapIt 11:29; 3) Parsons. ril 13 when the Tornado run-
Mile Relay2) KH: Hughes, ners host the annual Bradford
up for the home town thln
clads, however, the visiting Struby, Ketch, Byrd. High School Invitational Big Ford :
Hornets have put a sting In
their runners as they carted
off all five first places fora
13 point win.Brannon 5V
and Hughes were
both triple winners for tai. I
Brannon had 15 points, put \
with a heave of 42 feet, dis-
cus at 116-5 feet, and pole
vault at 8-6. Hughes also had "-J. '.. ,
15 points by finishing first _
In the two hurdle events. His[ :,h.A4' I rI
times were 16.4 In the 120-
yard high hurdles and 26.6
In the 330-yard intermediate[
hurdles, and he won the long uq
Jump with a leap of 18-5.
Keystone's track meet record f
Is now 2-3. Included In
the two wins is a tri-meet +
victory Tuesday, March 16.
The Indian sprinters were In ... ,
top form as they piled up 100 /
points[ to only 41 for New- I /
berry and 27 for Bronson. nf-. Ts /!
The Indians won 13 of 16 e- .
vents In the meet held at the r, /
P.K. Yonge track In Gainesville
f weLtt
Friday the Indians will host
Bunnell High[ In a dual meet. "-""'
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get underway by 3:30 p.m.
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I Men's Softball LeagueTo Green MachineTo ,, Palatka Bomb

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StartedStarke's "!, ""J .
Things Host Starke ; "' \ BHS Runners :

Men's Softball In Monday's action Cun- i "Palatka South just showedIts 100 yards followed by Ver-
League Is scheduled to begin ningham Gulf defending 1972 Slow-Pitch Go t 1 1i depth and showed the fact non Barber In third place
its regular season April Champions, will take on First ... that It's Improving" says timing at 10.9 seconds. The
16 and to get things started Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m., Green Machine will host the ers, will soon start its- -12th--- + Bradford 'Track Coach Gro- relay team of Pete Puckett,
Monday night, April 9. witha and the second game at 8:30 Starke Preseason Slow-Pitch year playing slow pitch soft- ver Howard of his team's 107- Malachi Henry Vernon Bar-
PreseagonTournamentthatwill will have Hampton going a- Invitational this weekend Fri. ball. The Green Machine has i 60 loss In Palatka Tuesday ber and Levy Lennon turnedin
Include teams that will gainst Lawtey. Then on Tues- day-Sunday, after getting also played under the name night, In a tri-meet Including a time of 2:06.1 minutesfor
be playing In the local league. day night at 7:30 p.m. Bald- warm-up for the tournamentlast a of the Garden Restaurant.GM St. Augustine with four the top place.
The Tourney will be a dou- win Chevrolet will play the weekend at Merritt Island was led In the batting I 1 points. BHS placers are listed by
ble elimination event with winner of the Cunningham In a round-robin match department in Merritt Islandby Bradford runners stay idle the events:
games scheduled for Monday First Baptist game to wind up winning seven games and losIng Woody Strickland and Jim for over a week until Friday, High jump4) Cauley, 5'4;
Tuesday, Thursday and Fri- first round of play. one. Garllngton. Strickland hit 20- April 13, when they will\ host shot put3) White, 44-7 3/4;
day nights. Admission to the tourneyIs The Starke Pre-season will of-31 for an average of .645 the Bradford High Invitational 120 high hurdles2) Cauley,
free and all games will consist of at least 11 teams and Garllngton hit 22-of-36 In Starke with over 15 17 seconds, 3) Sherman, 17.6
be played at Westside Park Including Satellite Beach, defending for an average of .611. Gar schools invited to attend.A mile run3) Hodges, 4:50;
Athletic Field. state champions for llngton added four home runs controversial 880 relay 880 relay- no BHS place (dis-
301 The tourney will give local the last two years. Including a grand slam that I race could have closed the qualified), 440 run- 3) lodge
fans a chance to see how brought GM from behind In k ,t ',, score to at least 97-70 by 54.7; 330 Intermediate hur- i
:the: league teams are shap- Other teams that will be the sixth Inning against Cana- wP giving the first place to BUS dles2) Sherman 43.1;3)Cau-) i
ing up, says Recreation Ran- at the tournament are Hake veral Seafoods in the last Instead of PS. BHS crossedthe ley 43.8; 880 runno BUS ,
DRIVEINShow dall Davis. Sound one of the top teamsin game. finish line way ahead of place; 220 dash2) Crews, l
Win the south; Tampa Merchants Paul McArthur cracked sev- the Braves but a judge declared 24.3; two mile runno place;
rITigers Cenpentels; Electricand en home runs during the weekends R that BUS runners mile relay2) 3:44.2Curtis
Begins At Sundowi i Benton Bros from Savannah while David Hawkins hit slipped out of their zone. Argument Scott, Pete Puckett, Joe Gor-
(From Page 11)) Ga.; Ormond Beach five, Kenneth Carlton, four, Is that some BUS run- don, and Larry Sherman."I .
Frl..1 Sat. April 6, 7 Optical, Jack Wilson from Richard Mummow three, and ners say they saw PS run- didn't think they (Palat-
Wllllitonl TEAM STANDINGS).CURIUM' I-] Like Bull.r 104, St. Augustine, Dub's Athletic Marcus Rhoden two. ners get out of bounds also. ka) turned In any outstanding
no YARD HIGH HURDLES -WatKII strong runners for top Scores of the games that BHS took five first places, times," says Coach Howard."I .
C1CHID) F.IIW'(LBI, ; Parker (11.811 Vogel (CI/) Van team In the Gainesville GM won are listed In order: Mlk. Crow, with a bit of concentration lift the to add a little brightness to felt like we've had a
100 YARD DASH Havnei ((Wl) 10 I.A'.lnd.r League, and the Front River 2-1 against Outriggers of Jen- weight while working out and getting r.ady for state the rain dampened day. little. slump and we will start
(' ) (LBI), stern (LBi) JametWl Club, one of the top teams son Beach; 14-1, Ed Turner competition Saturday In D.land.Women's Malachi Henry took first off at the Invitational and fin-
MILE RUN McCoy (WI) S:16: 7; out of 400 teams In the Jacksonville of Lakeland; 14-6,Hake Sound; place In the long jump leap- ish out the rest of the year
& TIe LawvHilLBI.LIndMvIC Ia0 RELAY) Lake(Butler);Davit(Alexander.' (LBI). area.A 24-13 Grendis; 13-9, Surplus ing 20-1 1/2 feet as the only pretty good," explains How
Sterns) .Smlln Massovl 1 125.WMIIiton, new local team Baldwin Stock of West Palm Beach; BIIS placer In that event.Steve ard. I'm hoping that leader-
((1.11.440) DASH Perry(-LBI Hovt; Graham(LBI)(Wl1M SS 3, Weekt Chev-Olds, of Starke will be and 16-10 against Canaveral SoftballTo Strickland was a lone placer ship from guys that have beenon
: INTERMEDIATE HURDLES in the tournament with only Seafoods of Merritt Island. for, BHS In the pole vault the team for a long time
A MARK RYDELL FILM Watkmt(ICI.G"nICI' (LBI(')44, S, Parker (LBI-( Vogel local players on the team. The only lost game was to taking first with a height of will bring the rest of the
SIS RUN Thomai (LBI) 7:174: ; Green Machine, consisting the Longhorns of Satellite Get UnderwayThe 12 feet even. Curtis White team around."
7onnsonLB/ ( ) Scat)!(ILBI') McCrayW( >.
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Panavlslon Terhmcolof :J I SPRINT MEDLEY Lake ButlerAlenander. of local and past local play Beach, losing 124. took first place In the dis-
From Warner BrOSA Kinney Company ( Mss.. .,, William(( lotklni) cus throwing hurling It 137
7 10 i DASH WIIIKIonm -Havnei (Wl) 7J 0, Sternt Women's Softball Lea- Norman's Farm will play Mit feet while Pete Puckett plac- *
-PLUS (ILBl:Smith(LBI';SneonerdC. ( ) Filed In BreakinsBreakins gue will get underway Mon- chell's .Drugs at 8:15 P.m. ed third with 122 feet. As the automobile Industry
TWO MILE RUN-Jiggle (Wl 12 JO JLawwKLB Charges
.( );OavKLB( ), day night, April 16, with just following a Men's game at7p.m. Only two running events becomes more automated we
James Garner MILE, RELAY, Lake, ButlerWHIIamt three teams entering the were taken by BHS, one In may eventually have an assembly -
)( si I.WII,,'Walklni....( ROM Bovklnil) at Brooker Elementary to .commit a mesdemeanorat league this year.Defending This type of schedule will the 100 yard dash, by Levy line that can turn outa
LONG. JUMP Renme, Bovklnt (LB) 19ri. School and the Brook the Brooker Elementary league Champions give fans a chance to see Lennon and the other In the car and recall 11, all in one
Watklnt' ((1.81. Weeks( ) HaynetMl
) LBI.
SkinGams er Farmer's Market have cafeteria on the night of Norman's Farm Is back, along both leagues in action.Cole's sprint medley relay. operation.
HIGH JUMP-Havne. (WI> SI, po..erILBI been charged to 19-year-old March 7. Specifically, Toddis with Blalock's Meat Market Lennon ran a 10.8 second e .
( ) Lawrence(ICI.Williams( )
POLE VAULT Williams (1C) and Worthington Springs youth. charged with consuminga and a new entry, Mitchell's
Maser iLBI) (t.d", Thomas(LBI), Van Earl Todd, by State Attorney quantity of milk and Ice Drugs.

FI.otW SHOT>PUT) -Hauell) (IWI4S4''*, Lace Gene Whitworth. cream, and with sprayingthe Colonial Florist and Koch's 38 I
Lou Gossett (LBl';Sirmonet(LBI',Lawrence'1C) Todd is charged with break- Interior of the building Drugs did not enter teams VOW IS THE TIME TOPL
DISCUS-J. w Lacey (ILBI) ((217
Vbgrt iCI).Hassell IWI.) Lawrence(CI.) Ing and entering with intent with a dry chemical fire this year and most of the Leads KH
Susan Clark extinguisher. girls have signed on with Nor- A 1STDogwood
In another case, Todd faces man's and Blalocks.
I'." .. '. 1:1'.: i... the same charge for breakingInto Local fans will see a new Golf Win
I o Wn I." Ak
FLORIDA THEATRESTARKE the State Farmer's Market version of our Softball pro- t i
storage building the same gram as the Women and Men's -,
FLA. night and removing two cases league will be playing on the Sophomore Bret Cole card- 3h To 10 Ft.
Sun. Mon April 8,9 ,
of canned soft drinks. :
same nights, all at Westside ed a two-over-par 38 Tues-
Park. day to lead Keystone Heights' $: .29 To $9.98
DIANA ROSS IS I'HONF': 9S4. 4ot; Charges have also been The Women will play sin- golf team to a 162-175 tri- r
filed against Cornelius Bass gle games each Monday Tues- umph over Daytona Beach Father Red Ilud

BILLIE HOLIDAY FRI.-SAT.-SUN. APRIL 6-7-8 for dwelling breaking occupied into by a Geraldine Starke- day and Thursday nights, alternating Lopez In a match playedin t : Ly,4i" :! 7 y/i TO 10 Ft.
each night with game Daytona Beach.
DOUBLE FEATURE Simmons on March 7 times of 7 p.m. and 8:15: p.m. The win was the Indians' '' ..Ih I JJ.Y iJ $3.29: To $9.98
with Intent to commit assault. First /game scheduled will fifth In a row and upped their ? 14F31t 6i:
Worthless check charges find Blalock's Meat Market season record to 8-3 with ( Pencil
FA have been filed against JodyP. taking on Norman's Farm at the district 4 tournament ., 1
CbcLegend: Nichols, charged on Nov. 7 p.m. scheduled at Apopka tomor- 3V4! To 6 Ft

SINGS 16 with issuing a $100 checkto Following games will be row (Friday April 6). In district sa: .49 To $5.29
THE Arthur Bruno owner of Men's games at 8:15: and 9:30. competition the Indians
the Hampton General Store. On Tuesdav night. April 17, will be vying against 36 All Trees Are Chinese Elm 4 To 6 Ft.
Atl BLUES of other schools for one of only Growing In $5.29
three team berths In the state el l
A WMJAK. 'N .!lJl tourney. BucketsPears .oltonle: : Cotton tromtt/ : rJ:
led j. ;j ; I Rounding out Keystone'sscore 6 To 8Ft.
GAINESVILLE card Tuesday were Bob- 95.29Sycamore
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Crating Shipping 1.19
Bradford school received a
$238,848 allocation of Mini- ARGENTINA
"iii\ mum Foundation Program 50 LB. 54.95
NAME BRANDS funds for March 1973, accord- i UAHIA
QUALITY Ing to Florida ComptrollerFred ed 1001 U. 99.001
O. mud) Dickinson Jr.,

CA R- TR UCK- TRA CTORACCESSORIES Van Service, Inc. MUSIC 1972.a $45,000 increaseover March PENSCOLABAHIA .59

3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. C'vill BALDWINPIANOS Union County schools received

372-4271 $74,561 this March, 50 LB. 26.00
41 ORGANS a$13,000 increaseover March
AUTO SALES SERVICE 1972. Baker schools received *.
. $129,063, a $20,000 increaseover 100 LD. 49.99

GMS., INC. schools received $446,080 a

ecoulvr 4q-." $94,000 Increase over March Ariens Rider

Hydraulic Hose and Reusable Fittings MUSIC Co. 1972.Florida's 67 school dis- ,

tricts (counties) received a 5 H.P. 26" Cut .
G'ville Shopping C.n. total of $56.5 million In MFP
Factory Authorised 372.5351 funds In March. The MFP Floating Deck
-..... P..I.c. ( program, begun In 1947, Insures
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h Solos* Ports-Service that public schools have w
i 210 N. Main Gainesville, Flo.
(( sufficient operating funds.
_377-2583; Each county's share Is basedon 9349.95Compare ,
FAST } CAMPER SALES & SERVICE I'',., Drill Htm. student enrollment figuresin

i l.'lr I S.*!!.., lit. grades K-12. Prices
MFP funds are distributed!
Authorised Dealers on a monthly basis for use In i

SERVICE'New waGaiaesville For Evans-Int.rth.m teacher salaries, student
., INC. transportation and other cur
CAMPER MART, Si. I., Heating & rent expenses. 1\\

3111 .N... Main Gainesville Air Conditing Equip. Santa Fe Junior College In FLORIDA E Call
Gainesville, under a different 539 ,
371-2954 T Bay Service Dept, Accessories Supplies MFP funding program that PtSTCONTROL

Complete Camping Stare Parts and Service Insures that each two-year ,Starke, Fla
Freddie Solos: Concord. Volunteer Institution receives a propor- .'
Manager Floyd Sm k.y, Midas, Adventure tionate share of the allocation CENTERs
4500 based on enrollment, received GARDEN
6th St.
F-in Gainesville
Wnools. Norris, Monitor ati!>t* O11
$361,669 this March
1\ Cxploror Sport. Coach 318.$% $31,000 over March 1972.

71\ 7 l1 )

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3h', TE N Quantity Reserved Rights


I SAVE Syr I l COPYRIGHT 1973WD .A,...,:. I

/ '\ II I I II II I I


/ Effective April 6, 1973

A 'If W. Will( RemaIn Open Until 8P.M. Each Friday

Tl4l4: S. a 4i Mr W. M. Davis, his wife and four toni r
6 eFEF PEEP A opened their first store in 1925 In Lemon e'y, 5'a ";
p' '
t ''; 4F ? w ?,,,' .a ', ., City (a suburb of Miami, Florida at that a'I'
I time) with borrowed money and a "notion" 's
on how to do business.
I That "notion" has been carried forwardto 1

today serve customers a "little bit '
BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF FULL CUT better"with quality food at a "little bit less". n fw;= Our stores have kept pace with modern d

ROUND STEAK architectural designs, and the products on j
our shelves are as modern as today's
scientific technology can make them, but P
I 1 Papa Davis's notion hasn't changed and 4 Ask A

SAVE 4 8 we're going to keep it that way because we kP
U. S. CHOICE think that's the way you want itl a 'r ,.
31C v---

PER IB. Boneless


e. LB. SMOKEDHAM Rib 1 Steak LB. $169 Ham 8ge

W.D BRAND PURE((1 I LB 890)((5.LB. $. 29))((10 LB. S7.99)) II e e LB.

Ground Beef f 3 KO $259 I iJ.,)jJ\\ Delmonicos S239WD Bacon SUNNYLAND THIN SLICED PKG.79C

Steaks $189
LB. 26'o<. $199

Calif. Roast $1' 9 ((1)1 o SAVE 30c WD D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS
LB. ijj PORTION h ,- Shld. BS'eaCHOICE$1E39' Steak 5 L B ? $ CH39

LB. Chuck Steak $109
steaks .5 $819
LB I// ,
UIT I WHOIE CiNTfR I CINTE* N.Y. Strips LB. $149| Fillets 1 10 OVER $749W.D '

Sausage e e e e e LB. Bo. 98 12 01PKG $ 79
Steaks 10 : $1 Ham : ]

Tip Steak e e e e LB $189

'" SAVE 31e




10 EARS88c 2 CTNS.88C ) 1 I I


1 10 BAG LB 88e Fillet PKG88c 1: I


FRESH L FIRM HEADS 19C Waffles e. 2 PKGS.9'01. 8Sc JJI G II llmlt1wlth$7.50ormorepurchaleettuce ..c//. cigs.


Celery 2 STALKS49c Rich . 2 QTS.88C ';Ii7 ,

I V* LBPKGS. 24 01 I
Potatoes 4 Cake e e e e CAKE S8c : 100CT.


(i rSAVE



POTPIES :t.YAI.' 0 0 0 0 2 32 JARS oi' 88e Sugar : 2 A&. 88e

II Limit i i 2 with$7.SO or purchaie excluding cigorettet
i Tuna Helpers 0 0 0 2 PKGS. oo Fresh Eggs 53e
y) iii; ooz

Fruit Cocktail 4 16 CANS oi 88c SAVE 2'c 1
0 0 0 Astor Coffee CABN 68c
SAVE 37c DEL MONTE GOLDEN CREAM STYLE OH Limit 1 with S7.30 or more purchase excluding cigarettes
or TURKEY Whole Kernel Corn 5 16 oi OOC MAID
J CANS Tomatoes .
8.oz. 0 0 0 0 3 as, 88C
PIES Irk I I / Golden Corn 6 16 CANSSAVE 'oi. 88c SAVE 12c
j 0 0 0 0 0 JUMBO
) Lilac I Towels I . 4 ROllS 88c
I I II Tuna Fish 3 6'/j' '01. OOC SAVE 25c THRIFTY MAID

I I __i U II Limit 3 with S7.30 or 0 mare 0 0 purchaie 0 excluding CANS cigarettes OO Pork & Beans . 8 16 CANS ot. 88C

o o Detergent . 0 0 2 PKGS.88C Sausage aaeaaaaa-v CANS.'0'. 88C
1 / Limit 2 with $7.30 or more purchaie excluding cigarettes

4f 5 LBPKGS. 88C Bread 3 2401 QQ<
0 0 0 0 . 0 0 LOAVES OO
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: I I
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ONE 23 CT PKG. THREE 32 oi BOTTlES" 'oi .
J41 '
', ... Can Liners Liquid Detergent : :?: Coffeemate ; ..L.. Beef Patties ;
1 ., .THRU. .APRIl.....8No 1 GOOD. THRU.. ,, .,APRIL.......8. 0,I No.3.GOOD, .. .. ......... it'I No 4 ? ?. ...... 1.____ No 5 .. -o,,. ...... ,
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'1 EXTRA .r::1 EXTRA ::1 i EXTRA ;: EXT RA r EXTRA. .

/ I M fH.*rn wHm GREEN toufnM STAMPS aq fv.CNAII Of ::1 I I W An*M MfWlBt GREEN) tOtltOM STAMPS e Ht .HlXMAVf b :: I I IV Y d W tM Nl GREEN..".f OUfOf STAMPS.N h/M1f1 W ;::1 I I I d.*H....GREEN*.* .-!Mil STAMPS.," w. / SIZE' ONE PACK PACKAGE ONE 17 oi SIZE SWANSON /
i Canned Ham : Turkey Roast :SI: Pizza ;:, r Deviled Crab I ,, 4 DinnersGOOD
,I No.6.. ....,..... APRIL... 8': No.7.. ..THRU. ...... _APRIL.......8 : No.8.. ..,. .. -......" :eIII No.9 .? .?.. ....... ; No. 10., ..",?.. .........
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1.--I w B Legal Notices I Open IRS Offices SaturdayThe HAMPTON AREA NEWS .. I IBy

FLED that an action for dissolution
of marriage has been Josephine Fontaine I
Internal Revenue Ser-
NOTICE filed against you and you are ( ) Slade also had the pleasureof
Doll Faulk-
required to serve a copy of vice announced March 30 Its CITY NEWS There have been several Waters Wally visit
a of her four grand-
Gainesville Office will remain
your written defenses If Members of the Volunteer complaints about the dog sit- ner.4th
any children, from
Grade-- (AB) Macclenny
Debbie on
Public open on Saturdays throughoutthe uation here In Hampton. So
Hearing to it on SHAW AND KOPE- Fire Department will meet Monday, March 26.
remainder of the filing Parmenter Larry Stone Ma-
LOUSOS Attorneys for Pe- season.A. Monday April 9, 8 p.m. at many dogs are running loose rian Trisler. Rev. Preston Perry attended -
and have
titioner!: whose address Is 142 J. O'Donnell Jr., IRS the Fire House. some be mange that 5th Grade-- (AB) Timmy the funeral of his cousin
NOTICE 39 Pg 7.Property. Gull City Council will meet A- can even spread to our
West ; Street, P. O. Box district director for Florida Jones, Harvey Rhoden. Mrs. Maude Taylor. The ser-
A Public PUBLIC HEARING location by OR 1086, Starke, Florida 32091, said that more than 1.2 mil pril Hall.10 at 8 p.m. at the City children.The Ladles Auxiliary of the 6th Grade-- (A)Jay Faulk- vices were held In Jackson-
Hearing will be near the following: and file the original with the ville.
lion Floridians still have not Volunteer ner; (AB) Phillip Hall Da-
held at the City<; Hall City< South of Alligator Creek- Clerk of the ......,... Fire Departmentmet Rev. Preston Perry will
of above-styled filed ,their 1972 Income tax 1. "..".m. ".........."., Monday April 2. Plans vid Stone Bobbin Wadsworth.
Starke, Flaat 7:30 P.M.West of Road 301 South. North Court on or before April 12, spend four days In Miami
April 24, 1973. of W. A. Sterns returns. were made for the second annual -
properly The PERSONALS this week attending the State
1973 otherwise a judgementmay "Based on these figures
; Easter Hunt
to be
All Parties West area taxpayers to
will be heard or back portion of said Friendship Baptist Conven-
be entered against you O'Donnell said "we are anticipating take Birthday Greetings to Fred
at this time. advantage of the Satur- held at the Ball Park. There
Application properly clot not zoned Commer- for the relief demanded In a large number of day hours. will be prizes for the dif Phillips who celebrated his tion. While there he will also
for change In at present. the Complaint. taxpayers coming to the IRS birthday on March 31. visit his daugher who livesIn
"Taxpayers who work ferent and will
Zoning orcan't age groups,
City of To be 1
Request has Starke. used as: Retail and WITNESS my hand and the for help between now and April get to IRS offices dur- also be a cake sale. There The Ladles of Hampton Miami.
the been made on building supply and seal of said Court on the 9th 16." ing regular business hours was also some discussion a- Christian Church and other There will not be a meet-
tial to Commercial.from Resldenother All small retail business. day of March, 1973.GILBERT The Gainesville IRS Office should find these Saturday bout having a box supper later friends surprised Mrs. Robert Ing this Friday for the Sen-
as follows Described parties wishing to be S. BROWN, located at 401 S.E. First Ave- hours more convenient," O'- In the season. Burns, with a stork shower ior Citizens as they have a
: heard
must be present at AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy nue will be open each Satur- Donnell said. He last week. The honoree received booth at the fair and will be
Beg. NW
at urged
Cor this
of SW 1/4 time. The
busy there. next meet-
: Betty Edwards from 9 to I many beautiful gifts.
day a.m. p.m. TEENAGE GETTOGETHERThere
of NW 1/4 S taxpayers to file their returnas
8.82' S 72 & L. M. Gaines Ing will be on April 20 at
Clerk Cake served with
Deputy These hours In additionto was punch
17' E 100' Ck. WS are soon as possible. In orderto was a good turn out
Line Chairman 7:30
Crk. Zoning Board p.m. at the old Hampton
FIRST PUBLICATION: March regular weekday hours from and coffee. -
460' to W Line of NW avoid the last minute rush. at the Hampton City Hall last
1/4 Merrill Edwards Sallie W. Hall and Lois School. Be sure and visit

to :30
: a.m. p.m.
Taxpayers Saturday evening. There
of NW can also get help was
to Beg City Clerk 3/15 the booth at the fair.
described 4t 4/5 O'Donnell encouraged M. Hughes, of Ocala, were
Ex Part during these hours from the entertainment by a local Rock
In OR Bk City of Be
Starke visitors at the home of Mrs. sure to look at the exhibits -
3/22 3t 4/5 ..,....... ,.. .....,.....,..."".. ....n... Gainesville Office by calling Group. The young people were Gertrude Slade Wednesday, at the Fair as we havea
3725436. well chaperoned by nine a-
NOTICEIn March 28. Both ladles are number of entries from
have In or to the parcel of dults who took shifts throughout -
The Circuit Court of Flo- Mrs. Slade's sisters. Mrs. this area.
the Marshall
land hereinabove described, NEW CORPORATION evening. Par-
NOTICE Issuance 1967. rida, Eighth Judicial CircuitIn and to show cause why the CHARTERED HERE ker was there throughout the
William F. Hayes H has Description of Property: and For.Bradford County same should not be taken for evening. awooooo0oooooaooONLY
made Application to the Brad- Lot 62 Oak of of State Richard
on Crystal Secretary
Florida. the uses and purposes set
ford County Zoning Board for Lake Homesltes. Sec I, T- In re: The Marriage of KAY forth In the Petition filed In Stone has announced the char- SCHOOL NEWS THE VERY RICH

reclassification of the property 8-S, R-22-E. ANN KELLY, Wife, and HOWARD this cause. tering of the following corporations Honor Roll, 4th Grading
described below from RIA Name In which assessed Lyn KELLY, Husband, All parties to this suit and : Ace Pallet Co., High Period:
to BH. Campbell. NOTICE OF SUIT all parties Interested may appear way 301 South, Starke. Autho- 1st Grade-- (A) Pamela CAN AFFORD CHEAP
A parcel of land In SE Cor. All of said property being TO: HOWARD[ KELLY and be heard at the times rized stock: 100 shares com- Kaye Stinson, Dee Dee Walters -
of NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 Sec in the County of Bradford, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- and places designated. mon @ $5. Dealing In "any Kevin Bradford Russell AIR CONDITIONING
12 Twp 9 S. Rge. 22 E. State of Florida. FIED that an action for dissolution WITNESS my hand and the lawful business." Incorporators ; (AB) Donna Elaine Mow-

Cont. 3 acres M/L., Unless such certificate or of marriage has been seal of said Court on this : Charles and Mildred ry Robin Kay Ye age r, Re-
This change In classification certificates shall be redeemed filed against you and you are 19th day of March, 1973, at Crlbbs Jacksonville Beach; becca Ruth Crawford Mary Quality Work Doesn't Cost It Pays
Is subject to a public hear- according to law the property and Jere Mills, Ponte Vedra. Ann Parmenter.
required to of Starke Bradford County Flo-
serve a e :,
ing to be held on Tuesday described in such certificateor your written defenses, I If Filed Feb. 19, \1973 by Dudley 2nd Grade (A) Doug Glo- BROWN REFRIGERATIONAIR
April 24th at 7:30 PM In certificates will be sold of it on GEORGE H. PIERCE any, rida. Hardy 114 N. Walnut St., ver; (ABBobby Contois, Mar- .
the County Commission room to the highest bidder at the Attorney for Petitioner,whose Gilbert S. Brown Starke. ty Rhoden D. J. Riddick, Jeff CONDITIONING
at the Bradford County Court court house door on the first address is P. O. Drawer 1030 Clerk of the Circuit Courtof Van Eek, Jeanie:; Lloyd Monica -

House at whicht time all per- Monday In Month' of May Starke, Florida, and file the, Bradford County, FloridaBy Brown Jenny Davis, Tam- WEATHERTON HEATPUMPS:
sons Interested shall be heard 1973 which is the 7th day c.t original with the Clerk of Betty Edwards Like some other things seniority my Gosnell, Karen Helle Ar-
for or against the proposal, May 1973. the Court Deputy Clerk is a taste that you acquire neth Meece. ?26'o S. Walnut! St. Starke % jj jjEvcryDayLowPricc
above-styled on or I
as Bradford specified County.in the Zoning Codeof Dated this 28th day of March, before April 10, 1973, other- 3/29 4t 4/19 as you grow older 3rd Grade-- (AB) Allyson 'o 7llIau!

John Torode Chairman 1973.GILBERT S. BROWN wise a Judgement may be entered -
against you for the relief -
Bradford County Zoning By Beulah M. Moody demanded In the Petitionfor
Board Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
4/5 2t 4/12 4/5 Bradford County Florida WITNESS my hand Marriage.and the EveryDayLowPrice]
seal of said Court this 28th

day of February A, D. 1973
Sec. 194.16 F.S. TAX DEEDSec. GRIND


that T. J. ALDERMAN Estate :: GIVEN Attorney for Petitioner
the holder of the following that J. VV. HULSEY the holder First Publication March 15, $

certificates has filed said cer- of the following certificates 1973. SUPERMARKETS
tificates for a tax deed to has filed said certificates 3/15 4t 4/5

be issued thereon. The cer- for a tax deed to be STARKE'S
tificate numbers and yearsof issued thereon. The certificate NOTICEIn 320 S. WALNUT ST.

Issuance the descriptionof numbers and years of Issuance The Circuit Court of the FOOD FAIR 1.l.Y.A1 Low:11311 A..11 OAT/

the property and the names the description of the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and _f "u1r' iY4 _, ., LBBAG A WID WIIK,APRIL l.wuGUYS 11 'M QUANTITY 0000 THRU
In which It was assessed are property, and the names In for Bradford County, Florida. .. $159 68 MIOHTt, MBKflVIOBONELESS ; ',

as follows: which It was assessed are as SUMMONS TO SHOW CAUSE U.S. CHOICE I_ i_ .wi tit pleated/ accept
Certificate No. 110. Year of follows: NOTICE IN EMINENT U.S.O.AF000SiLMP
Issuance 1970.Description. Certificate No. 100. Year of DOMAIN PROCEEDINGS
of Property: Issuance 1970.Description. NOTICE OF TAKING IN
1 Lot In NW Cor of Lot of Property: EMINENT DOMAIN I
4 S/D of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 Beg )76', S of NW Cor of PROCEEDINGS Case #73-68 I inn in \
Being 87 ft E & W By 138 a 5-A SE. Cor of FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT I CHUCKSTEAKS,at met n
ft !N&S.' Sec 20, R-7-S, R- NE1/4 ofaSEIIn S 180', E COMPANY, a Florida corporation

22-E. 123.6', N 180', W 123.6'; Petitioner -vsJ.. ; ;
Name In which assessed to POB Sec. 34, T-6-S, R- FRANK WILLIFORD; MARK- STEAKSCHUCK
Leroy Aycox.All 22-E. LEE STARLING and NAOMII i I:

of said property beingIn Name In which assessed: STARLING, Defendants.
the County of Bradford, Willis Gunter. IN: TILE NAME OF THE STATEOF

State Unless of Florida.such certificate or I( All the of County said property of Bradford beingIn MAY FLORIDA.CONCERN TO ALL, and WHOMIT to: -- $ .49 1 .,,, "

certificates shall be redeemed ;State of Florida. J. FRANK WILLIFORD, 1120 .9(1' 8ftc

according to law the Unless such certificate or Bernita Street, Jacksonville | !
property described In such certificates shall be redeemed Florida; MARKLEE STARLING LB ; ;

certificate or certificates will according to law the property KIngsley Lake Starke _
be sold to trie highest bidderat described In such certificateor Florida; NAOMI I. STARLING
the couA house door on certificates will be sold Kingsley Lake Starke EvcryDayLowPricc EveryDayLowPrke Ever Da LowPrke Bt EveryDayLowPrice f Eve'mm Da t mm LowPrke tem

the firs Ifbnday In Monthof to the highest bidder at the Florida AND to all unknown BONUS BUY AGAR'S Bonus Buy
May 1973, which is the court house door on the first owners lessees mortgagees SLICED 14"PORK POT CannedHAMS FreshPork

7th day of May, 1973. Monday In Month of May, 1973, judgment creditors llenhold- LOINCHOPS SmokedPicnic
Dated this 27th day of March which Is the 7th day of May ers, or claimants of, uponor ROAST Butts
1973. against the parcel of land ONI IM-2 TO 3 LB 'KGvVVvf OMEIIM All MAT. NO WAtTI
1973.GILBERT S. BROWNBy Dated this 28th day of March In Bradford,Florida,described Shoulder Meaty 4 to 8 Ib*.

Beulah M. Moody 1973. as follows: Picnic Style 6 to B Ib*. 7916.
Clerk of Circuit Court of GILBERT S. BROWN The west 330 feet of the LSplclIzI

Bradford County, Florida Clerk of Circuit Court of Southeast 1/4 of the North- ,
4/5 4t 4/26 Bradford County FloridaBy west 1/4 of Section 12, Town- FFER- j

Beulah M. Moody ship 6 South, Range 22 East, | JUMBO
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR 4/5 4t 4/26 Bradford County Florida. j SALAD ::,


Sec. TAX 194.16 DEED, F.S. NOTICE UNDER COMPANY! a Florida cor- LAUNDRY I raw lcn PIES

JR. the holder of the follow- that the undersigned, desiringto Eminent Domain Proceed- D WINE ? E j CHOCOLATE .ANANA OR DEVIL. FOOD
ing certificates has filed said engage In business under ings against you and each of
certificates for tax deedto the fictitious names of PINE- you, seeking to condemn an
a $
be issued thereon. The BROOKE VILLAGE SALES, easement In the above des- 84e rSB) A7.J7 | I
cribed land of said 3/ 1 14 3lEveryDayLowPrke'
certificate numbers and years PINE BROOK VILLAGE MO- all land rlrnan. jg t Z
located In Bradford
of Issuance, the descriptionof BILE HOME PARK atSE Cor- being County. BOX ; 1E
the property, and the namesin ner of Intersection of High
which it was assessed are ways 301 and 18, Starke Flo- You and each of you are 1
follows rida intends to register the hereby commanded to servea
as : BV EveryDayLowPrkeSWf EveryDayLowPrkeSWKIT
Certificate No. 130. Year of said names with the Clerkof copy of your answer or BonusBuy EveryDayLowPrkeANCMJFT
Issuance 1967.Description. the Circuit Court of Brad- written defenses to the Petition IT A MI11OW CHISP CELLO WRAPFf D JUICY rnt H FKOZIN

of Prooertv: : ford County Florida. for Condemnation filed Golden Ripe FRESH Tender Fresh CREAMPIES
Lot 17 of Lakeview SAD Sec Dated at Starke, Florida, herein, upon McCarthy Steel FLORIDAORANGES
13, T-5-S, R-22-E.:: this 13th day of March. 1973. Hector & Davis, 14th Floor BANANAS CARROTS Pole Beans
Name In which assessed: CAM LAND DEVELOPMENTS First National Bank Building ASSO T VABIITIIJMO.
EMC. Miami, Florida, on or before
Stanley W. Davis. 23
the 25th day of April, 1973 Ib. 4LlPKOS
All of said property beingin By: M. Phillip Carnes -
and to file
the thereof
original -
the County of Bradford
with the Clerk of the Cir-
State of Florida. 3/22 4t
Unless such certificate or cuit Court, or default shall 1 Johnson & Johnson
certificates shall be redeemed be entered against you. CALM 1 SCOTT iitinir]
the NOTICE OF INTENTION TO TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration [tiinicin j
according to law pro-
REGISTER FICTITIOUS of Taking has been BABY::::
TO I /
perty described In such certificate SPRAY ANTI-PERSPIRANT I
NAME filed In the above
cause by
or certificates will be OR SPRAY POWDER TOW E LS I
Notice Is hereby given that Petitioner declaring that the J
sold to the highest bidder at
the court house door on the the undersigned, Robert Fox, property rights sought In the DEODORANT ; 1 SHAMPOO
first Monday In Month of May P.O. Box 905, Starke, Fla. above described land have j DECORATED OR ASS'T COLORS I
Intendes to In business been taken for the
engage public use
1973, which Is the 7th day of I
under the fictitious name and purposes set forth In the I
May, 1973. B & F Concrete Products Petition In this cause, and 10oz i
Dated this 28th day of March. rrurIAr ,
C GIANT29c $129
at 820 South Cherry St., that Petitioner will apply to

1973.GILBERT S. BROWNBy Starke, Fla. and that he will The Honorable George L.Pat- CAN" i
Beulah M. Moody register said name with the ten, one of the Judges of the ;

Clerk of the Circuit Courtof Clerk of the Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida -
Bradford County Florida Bradford County Florida. In and for Bradford County EveryDayLowPrkeLIBBY'S EveryDayLowPrke BonusBuyIIOWN'N ,
-R,:>bert Fox, sole owner. on the 27th day of April EveryDayLowPrkePLAIN
4/5 4t 426NOTICE
3/22 4tp 4/12 1973 at 10:30: o'clock a.m., TETLEY SERVECLOVER

In the Circuit Court Cham- ABfel ICED TEA LEAF POUND
OF APPLICATIONFOR NOTICEIn bers In Bradford County,Flo- WiCH !
TAX DEED The Circuit Court of rida, Starke, Florida, for an PEAS MIX o woo rMA .ooo CAKE
Sec. 194.16. F.S The Eighth Judicial Circuit, Order of Taking the property; rAlrlheryPrk
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN of Florida In And For Brad- and such other orders as may
that B. C. HOLTZENDORF, ford County. Case #73-60. be necessary or appropriateunder 3/89
JR. the holder of the follow- IN RE: The Marriage of Chapter 74 of the Flo-

ing certificates has filed said MARY JANEBESSINGER, Petitioner rida Statutes or which the
certificates for a tax deed to and HARVEY LEE Court may deem proper.
be Issued thereon. The certificate BESSINGER SR., Respondent. You and each of you are twr7Dsytowprke lwayhyl.owPrkc MryD/ylowhk IveryOeyUwPrk. CwrvOntowPrin IweryDeyLawPrb
numbers and years of NOTICE OF SUIT hereby required to be and KEYSTONE FROZEN JUMI BOY MI1M DILMONTI
Issuance the description of TO: HARVEY LEE BESSIN- appear In the above styled APPLEHOTRINO KOSHERDILLS TOMATO GIORGIO.TIPS VO-3

the property and the names GER, SR., #1 Lawrence Street, Court on said date and time JUICE POTATOES MUSHROOMS COTTON SHAMPOOApril
In which It was assessed are Charleston Heights. South and to show what right, title .JUICE SWABS .....L..r..

as follows: Carolina 29405. Interest, or lien you or 24o> :o J 4/1 eAUON w.1r 79< ::: 3/.1 ... 4/1 79c 'is.. 79c
Certificate No. 122. Year of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI any of you have or claim to :!. eTL.

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.U TELEGRAPH April 5, 1973

CHURCH SCHEDULESAND Mrs. Horace Cox, of Waldo Earlie Padgett. Patricia Williams, daughterof
ACTIVITIES and son Charles Dinkins, of LAW T E.t.n Miss Arthuiino Blanchardwas Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bryanof
Grace United Methodist Starke. a luncheon guest of Miss .Lawtey, Is the new office

ChurchSunday School, 945; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ray ,, ;.:;;.. Esther Mason, In Jacksonville secretary for the Gadsden
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Rosier and Bobby, of Hastings ". -, on Saturday. County; Chamber of Com-
and 7 p.m. MYF Monday 7 were guests of their Cox, of Santa Fe Lake, Mr. B7E11abdtTeI'1'7 Mrs. Joyce Futch of Brunswick Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest merce. She is the wife of

p.m. followed by Choir Prac grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Paul Dlnkins, and George Tribe, Mrs. 'H. H. Ernest Wells. Ga., was a Saturday visited their brother and sis Ronald G. Williams, a 'counselor -
tice. Jim Rosier, Monday after- sons, of St. Augustine, attended Hamilton, Mrs. Mamie Lou Friends regret to learn that overnight guest of her sis- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. P. at the new Quincy Vocational
United Methodist Women of noon. the Prevatt family reunionin Edwards and Miss Arthurlne Randy Harley is a patientin ter, Miss Elizabeth Terry. H. Day, of Cedar Key on Sun- Center In Quincy, and

the church had their regular Mrs. George Tribe and Miss Tampa, at the home of Blanchard, attended the Naz- University; Hospital, Jacksonville She was a dinner guest of day afternoon. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert -
meeting Tuesday morning, Arthurlne Blanchard visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pre- arine, "A Music Drama" at resulting from a the Benton Futches on Sun- Lamar Priest of Parslp- II. Williams of Starke.In .
March 27 with 12 members vatt. Approximately 75 were the Civic Auditorium In Jack- truck accident. Ills parents, pany, N. J. spent last week- addition to his counselingJob
present. Miss Arthurlne her sister, Miss Enza Blan- present and all enjoyed the sonville Sunday afternoon .Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley, day.Mr.., and Mrs.' Roger Pad- end with his parents, Mr. and at the Vocational Center,

Blanchard gave the devotional chard, In Baker County Nurs- day very much. Mrs. Llnnle Gilchrist, of came up to visit him. His gett, and family of Gaines- Mrs. Hubert Priest. While Mr. Williams is a Junior at
followed by prayer. The ing home, Macclenny, on Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kel- Brunswick, Ga., is spendinga mother remained for a longer ville, spent the weekend with here they visited relatives in Florida State University, ma-

main Issue was to discussthe Tuesday.Mr.. and. Mrs. Hermie Kel- ly. Mrs. Ernest Wells. Mrs. while with her sister, Mrs. visit. their parents Mr. and Mrs. Lake City and Wellborn. joring In criminology.

Strawberry Short Cake ly and Mrs. Truby Walnwrlght
Booth at the Bradford County attended the funeral of their

Fair of the church. After cousin, Miss Dora Johnson, 3 BIG DAYS W. OHOH .OGAAETT1s.u ..... .
brief business session, I4v, A ;
a at Lake Butler on Wednes- i--I _THURSDAY, FRIDAY [ master charge ] If .j
the meeting was adjourned. .
day afternoon. They also attended o L IMl ""' 'N' """ low rsxtsti
Cookies and punch were the funeral of Roan A SATURDAY } ,

served. Turner at Ben Sapp Cemeterythe 1 .,evt n.Nesw

same afternoon. r
Highland Baptist Church- Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clay-
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.Wor- ton and of Jacksonville
son, ,
ship Services, 11 a.m. and were Sunday of their

nesday 7 p.m.Choir, Prayer 7:30 Practice.: p.m.Meeting followedby Wed- mother Glenn aim.Hewett, Mrs..Brice C returned, R.Crews home and GcF f.. Always 5ses You More!

from the Veterans Hospital FAMILY DISCOONT STOHIS,.
PERSONALSfrom In Jacksonville after spendinga SA E UP TO
( last week week there.

Mrs. Mae McClelland of Mr. and Mrs. George Kel- O

Lakeland, visited her aunt, ly and son attended the Master O ;
Mrs. Flossie Rosier, Wednes-
Golf Tournament In Augusta
day and Thursday of last week. Ga., for 4 days.
Winifred Allen of Can-
Mrs. :
Mr. and Mrs. Les McClel-
ton, N. C. and Mrs. Blanche land, Mrs. Daisy Starling, and ,
N. Phillips, of Waynesville, <
Mrs. Elnora Privett visited I II '
: < >
C. returned to their "t
respec- their niece, Mrs. Linda Ad- ', :.< ..
after ,,
tive homes on Wednesday kins is Men's \ < ,
month here. who a surgical patient < < ,
spending a
Mrs. Lucille Cauley returned In Bradford County Hos- % )
F Famous Maker
pital, last Friday. Other visitors ,
to her home Tuesday
during the week were
after spending several daysIn her mother, Mrs. Pauline De- Dress PantsPolyester % / %
Bradford Hospital.Mr. .
vore, Mrs. Obed Pauley, and
and Mrs. J. A. OgIl- mother, Mrs. R. H. Futch, I
vie and grandaughter, Cathy, Mrs. Macel Pauley, Mrs. Ola
of Jacksonville, were Sunday Starling, Mrs. Larry Norman,
their brother-
dinner of
guests Mrs. Maxie Reddish, of Rai-
in-law and sister, Mr and blenu
and Mrs. Robert Mc-
Hllllard and fa- C 1
Mrs. Luther ar r eh t
Clellan, of Starke. 1 Superbly tailoredby
mily. Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Moore, Nation's No.1

PERSONAL NEWS Chris and Susie, of Orange ) maker of finest
Park, were guests of their
Miss Arthurine Blanchardand fabrics.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred 1 L
Mrs. Ernest Wells visit- Handsome collection
Moore on Saturday. t
ed her sister, Mrs. Ruth Bar- Mr. ,and Mrs. Harry Wil-! [_KNIT KICKERS of patterns & li
thlow In Riverside Hospital, 01
Jacksonville, on Wednesday. kerson went to Lake Waleson t.oo solids in a wide ; t/I! ..nl. 2.
Thursday due to the deathof t/I! range of popular ;;;iI
Mrs. Starling, Mrs. au.e ,
Nancy their brother-in-law, Cla- ;;;iI colors.Men's 16%
Floy Bennett, Lonnie Teston, S 2 PATTERNS
Mannine. They attendedhis
and Coleman Scott Barber Phillips, grandsonof are all funeral on Saturday. Ot- Double Knit Polyester Casuals j Sizes' 28-42. Steel & Vinyl Lounge Chairs

patients In Bradford County thes attending the funeral were 16 PC. Set Texas-Ware
his nephew and nieces, Mr.
Hospital. Our prayers are and Mrs. Gene Taylor, Mrs. You'll recognize the Famous Name You'd Expect Melamine Dinnerware Folding position lounge with padded head.
for then all. Marcus Grlffls, and Mrs. 'Knit Kicker' in every pair. Beautiful f To Pay rest. Steel frame. Strong PCV tubing.
Leslie Phillips of Waldo, Up To $14.00 Pr. 4 dinner plates, 4 thermo plasticcups,
visited his mother, Mrs. O. James Norman. polyester, cushioned thruout. Crepe soles. Colors: yellow & white; green & white; blue
J. Phillips, and aunt, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Liz- Assorted colors. Some 2-tone. Sizes 7 to 12. 4 saucers, 4 soup bowls. Guaranteed2C9 & white; red & white.

Roy Hinote, Wednesday nightof otte, of Rhode Island, were years against Ideal for patio or beach.
of their .
last week. guests brotherinlawand breakage. Dishwasher -
sister Mr. and Mrs. B. y
Reggie Norman of Chlefland
with his McCulley and family for a L =' 87
spent Friday parents : Our Discount Price |
Mr. and Mrs. Truman and 8
week.Mrs.. Wesley Thomas of Live Our Discount Price Woe .s..as- Our Discount Price
called on his grandparents, Was10:8ti"(
Oak and Mrs. Chuck Moore ,
Carl J
Mr. and Mrs. Prevatt,
while here.Friends of Lake City, stopped by Mon-
of DeWayne Mos- day on their way to Jacksonville -
and left Robert Moore I
ley learn of that Highland he Is, regret a patientIn to with his grandparents, Mr. 0F"1 Men s White Cotton FI ,Manpower Spray Deodorant yli'T Eagle'-, I 1 Gal.
and Mrs. Fred Moore for Gold Oil I
the Medical Center, Gainesville t/ Long Sleeve Tennis Hats ;: f '6 Prestone
the .
day. 4 :t, ,f'
after an accident witha LIMIT lOW 30 Anti-Freeze
:: _
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Tay Dress Shirts .Brim lined -

gun.Mrs. L. H. Harper of Starke lor and family of Maxvllle, i Polyester blends with green Di.e. ...1.. .1 1 quart NS2 .1 1 gallon.

was a dinner guest! of_her spent Sunday afternoon with Handsome cloth.SML 1fl t 10W30MOTOROIt t All weather, Prestone e New Pres
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lock and tl \ Woa, ztt.Il- oil.. Heavy
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl \i \ / SAVE 15'I II tone II.
Prevatt, last Thursday. ; i \ '; stripes t I I I ;; duty. ,,,. ,f'II..I.1D.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bakerof Year roundprotection
\ I I ;
After Mrs. P. L. Dlnkins Multi
Beautifully -vis
Sanford, were guests of : ; Q-Tips CottonSwabs -.-"
several with her '
spent days
daughter, Mrs. Jim Burton, their brother and sisterinlaw s tailored Our Discount Price ... .., 80'$ c t* cosityhigh I '!,! you can trust
In Jacksonville, Mrs. Burton Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tes- It .Sizes 14h 17 w I r.-w ,-, ,,,- detergent. I wW-! :
brought her home Tuesdayand ton, on Saturday. While here, :! Dim, Pne. I SAVE 22% --'-' SAVE 20%

stayed until Friday. Other they also visited their brother : < SAVEJ7% jJil; 'Wo.53e-'
and sister-in-law '
guests were her daughter, r
and Mrs. Lonnie Teston, at Our Discount Price 3/100 Our Discount Price

Bradford County Hospital. Mr. Our Di.coqunpt Price Men's Vinyl Belts Johnson's Baby Shampoo w.. 3Ar29T Woe 2dS'a.
Faith Baptist and Mrs. C. H. Brown, of
w 1.96' vinyl Expertly 160z.
Orlando, visited the Lonnie Leather grained Dlsa,1PtrtguBoys'
Plans RevivalRevival Testons during the afternoon crafted wa..Y69 .. Auto
Shorts Metal
Sizes-29-40. .
Sheri Napier, of Jackson- ,
services will begin ville, spent the weekend with Air Cool Shelving
Monday, April 9, at 7:30 Your
her grandparents, Mr. and SeatsVentilated
p.m. at Faith Baptist Church, Mrs. B. L. Wllklson, Sr. Choice vitaiis',11', YltalisHairTonle 4 shelves

across the street, east O. Dobbs, of Lake Butler, urr Maker 4 Oz. 1 12"x36"
of the Lawtey post office, was a dinner guest of his Wide variety of Men's Famous O.i. P'h. ttJ' Baked
with Rev. J. E. Q2d:: ) Pierce, brother and sister-in-law, styles & fabrics Orion Socks '' waa7lC, auto seat enamel

pastor of Grace Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Arlle Dobbs, Sizes-6-18. ", cushion.Assorted. finish.
Church In Samoset, Fla. Sunday uP I 75% Orion, 25% Nylon. ':. .

bringing the message each Mrs. Calvin Lee, of Jack- j SAVE To. 177. Assorted colors.Sizes colors. shelf curled

evening. sonville, and James and Tom- .I Keeps drivers
Rev. Pierce will also be edges.
heard from 9:35: to 10 a.m. my guests Starling of their were brotherinlaw dinner- Our Discount Price 166 1013. I cool during the hot months ahead.

daily over radio station and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Woe Up ToJUW RonsonoiLlghterFuet SAVE 22'. SAVE 2.OO
WPXE, sponsored by the Edgar Cauley, and family.Mr. G
Faith Baptist Church. and Mrs. Tommy Starling's 4'/i'! fluid ounces.:
The pastor, Rev. A.E. Mas- Best for all wick t
wedding was solemnized at OMl type Our Discount Price om Our Discount Pries _
sey, Invites the public to Folkston, Ga. on Saturday. Ladies' Nylon lighters.Lights in.1r ;* w..1- Wu
attend these services. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal, Ladies ,stonily .Burns cleaner. ,j
Knit Shirts
daughter Leonette, daughter- 1 Oar Discount Price
; Oz.
Printed 72
in-law, Sharon, Mrs. Lomie Assorted styles ".
Shells '
EZERASE TYPEWRITER Polyester "Amoco"Decanter
PAPTEE, Mlneo Paper, Bond Mosley, and Mrs. P. L. Din- t>f & colors. 32-38. SAVE 167. h tn
kins, all of Lawtey, Mr. and Vinyl
5 Ronson Flints :;
Notebook Fillers. 14'7.
Paper, SAVE
Mrs. Charles Dinkins of +_ I
Pitchers Shopping
'- Extra best
Bradford County Telegraph. length,
Starke Mr. and Mrs. Horace Back Ou
zipper .
/ alOe. for every lighter. Graduated Bags
1 Easy care Pr
Fashionable w' l._ pitcher decanter c
"" f formiX' :1 15"xl7"
.3-4ot I '
screen prints ? ." Vue Type & Windproof
( cant serving, e
in assorted
SEE US FOR Ladies' I + ful
color combi Lighters t storing. a w assorted
> v nations d Vinyl Handbags Vas Type Wcs.MC'Now S&C r I Rust proof, prints

3;r&dFOQ5 Sizes, ML, Beautifully) detailed '! Windproof SAVE 22% unbreakable. ., For Shopping

R CHANCC t Assorted styles & f./ Lighter Guaranteed SAVE 23% or b eac. SAVE. 19'7.
ALL KINDS INCLUDING SAVE 20% SAVE 21% \ rv' one year.

ted Snapper. Catfish, ScoMops J W*, J41:" Our Discount Price Our Discount Ple. 2/94/ cWo

e Grouper 0 2.tl-t
Oysters .
hog legs
.A Our Discount Price Our Discount P.1..
e Flounder Lobsters live crabUIMIOLM W,1 w., 1,24'
e Swamp CobEog. Bag of 3

.. .. .
.. .. :, Tennis Balls ?'

v, rc" ProductofGeneral ur.'
Tire I

e Soft cover. i

I 98C ]

Leather ,
I Men'S .
Ladies' Tennis Rackets Baseball o

Crepe SoleLoafers Sandals Proctor\;.Sit ex Steam & Dry irons Ideal for the Gloves"
& Oxfords f
White triangle Vented sole :Temperature selector Av starter.
Cushion crepe for oil types of : Wl. (Gives top performance .i Professional model.Leather
SAVE 21% strap.Coveredheel.Cushionsd SAV.:200 .
sole. SAVE 17% fabrics.Model)3221) 4&mr 2 color n Ion. Reinforced

Brown vinyl. innersole t Yr*.guarantee, string with nylon.

.Sizes7-12. 2 9 6 Sizes510. 166 796 5'a" 'leother- 2 92 .i Rawhide _

Our Discount Price Our Discount Pries Oat Pi..eurt Pnt. like grip. laced

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Increased cost. have made _&_'IV7I"'III
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It necessary for this newspaper ........_--.,, ,_ m____....... _................___.....-.__..._ ...____m__,_.'... -
to clarify IU present --" -- -
rules and adopt new one for 'LITTLE ADS THAT GET ftlG RESULTS' .
the publication of classified WATSON'SHOUSE WAITRESS wanted B&G restaurant -
advertisement In 1U column WANTED- acres land to OF VACUUMS and truck stop. Now Don't miss the
*. build home on. Call Jerry under new management. ApplyIn
All advertisements. of this Delay 725-9194, Jacksonville2tp Many brands Used of new vacuums person. 4tp 4/19 RAY'S ELECTRIC MILLER Irew 0. C. Cirnts NvrMry boat.Right
$39.00 machines
nature must be paid In advance 45F1L1NG up. Thousands ef Plants .
unless. an established from $10. Expert Repairsall Fruit Trees, Shad. Trees
monthly account Is maintained makes. Farts and Acces- Residential Evergreens, Camellias,
with thl. newspaper. CABINETS.!; Type- sories for all vacuums. Built WANTEDWANTEDLawn Commercial Altal_.. Roses
Mailing and bookkeeping; .writer Stands, Desks, Chairs, in Central vacuum cleaning r ) Most In Cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
costs have advanced making Safes -Bradford County systems. 712 N.Main Gainesville Industrial VOLKSWAGENNew
It necessary to make. this Telegraph. 376-7110 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starke,

adjustment Licensed & Bonded & Used Hwy. 100
It Is much preferred that PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf work. Ph. Sales Service WI Florahome 659.2165
classified advertising be repairs and Installations.Mobil & Country Club, ready; for 964-7712 Itp Free EstimatePh.
placed In person, rather than
& building on or for Investment.
home power poles
by telephone so as to avoid connections. Prompt 24 hour Lots area approximately 1/2 473-3681 1 MI. North ol the Mall 0000000000
errors f; f
service. Call 964-8220 or acre and larger. Paved roads BUYING U. S. Silver coins, GAINESVILLE
431.1000. Itchg.PAYROLL only 3 minutes from town. any condition, 25% over face, CARL BEGGS
Job Opportunities Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 old coins & coin collections No Job Too Small Gulf Service
p.m. If chg wanted. Paying market price.
ENVELOPES, Phone for appointment. J. R. now you can installa
Bradford County Telegraph.Ph. famous Carrier quality
Bullington 964-7271 964-
For Waitress 964-6305. MOBILE HOME OWNERS- 6250. tfchg or 90 West Lake City central air conditioner in
Nigh CI.an Up Man. Pick your lot from large selection s Refinishing Phone 752-3723 USED your home or business at
LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast in several locations. low low prices during our
10 P.M. with X-ll DIet Plan For Best Selection Of special pre-aeason price-
.6 A.M. 300. $15.00 per month plus Inter All Types OfUpholster breaker sale. See
REDUCE: Excess Fluids withXPel est. Ph. 468-1551 or 964-8331. / TRAVEL TRAILERS PARTSFor for a free survey! us today

$3.00.Money Back Gua- 4tp 415 HOUSE FOR SALE ./.Pld.r' MINI-HOMES '-"
rantee at Koch Drug 121p d Cabin.t Work \
III 6/21 TRUCK CAMPERS Most Makes (If Cars rI ---
Specializing In 111I
t FOil RENT 1 4 I : ,
Piano 14 Hr. Wrecker Service Mihil:::
ROOFING, specializing In repairs FOR RefinishingAnd Line Of Parts And
SALE-In Waldo, furnished ilI"!! I 111IIIINIII'/ :: : I IIt.
and rerooflng: All repairs or unfurnished 3 bedroom ReconditioningC. Service TF Hwy. 3D1.N. Waldo "
guaranteed I year. 1 bath
block house
Aluminum gutter, white ena- on large corner lot, with E. JACKSON Phone 468.1998
mel. COOL SEAL FOR MOBIL FOR RENT' 20'x30' Sawyer-Slade Gas
shelter 8'x
HOME ROOFS.) 3/4 mile N. 20'- utility room.Including Ph. 468- 1313 W. Madison Starke A.". THOMAS -
301. Rogers Upholstery 964- Store Or Office Bldg. 332 Madison
1042. Stp 4/19 REALTOR r S SAVE S
8350. 4tp 4/26 24' z 36' Stark, Fla.

Located In Lake Geneva FOR S ALE-BR frame house.! Central Machine 964-5701 Nit. 468-1753 FRED DAVIS 964-7701
RestaurantGOOD HOME REMODELING JOBS SR-100 south. Central heat/
And Tool Products
done; also small appliance Hwy 100 air. Carpeted.Phone 964-7833 BUICK POMTI.CGMC INSURANCEAT
2 Br Block with Gar. $6,500
PAY work. Prompt service. Call Call 473-4572 Or Cason's after 6 p.m. 2tp 4/6 TOOL MAKERSDIE TRUCKS REDUCED

AND BENEFITS- 964-8087. Stp 4/12 Groc. MAKERS 3 BR Block,Corner Lot$8,800 L "'A LITTLE RIDE CAN RATES
HOUSE FOR Sale, six rooms MachinistsTop : SAVE YOU A LOT'' AUTO, FIRE, BOAT
Paid Vacations WANTEDUsed furniture refrigerators and bath. Partly furnished with Ritas 54 Hour Week. ? DOYLE E. CONNER
:, FOR RENT12'% wide Mobile 2 BR & 1 BR, In Town $12,700 GREEN COVE SPRINGS*!
washers.'-Dah- homes outside city limit-. five acres cleared.: Good hunt- HoeplUUietlon Iniurance. INSURANCE.. .. AGENCY
Paid Holidays mer's Discount House tfchg Ing and fishing, between Lake Clean Precision Air Condition 3 BR Block, 2 Bath $23,200 tchgNOTICE

Group Insurance B. White., Ph. 964-6114.'uenc Butler & Providence. $15,000. ShooCENTRAL 11/2 ....:.................................................;.......;.......-;..-;...;..;...;...-;..-;..-;..-;.._;.._;'.-;'.;..;'.-;.'......'f.V..;....!r J';.{5v.;..5_. ;..........................."......................................wave.......
20% down, I will finance the 3 BR Masonry, barn :,::
Profit SharingAnd TVETJOW HAVE diamond needles FOR RENT- bedroom 2 bath balance. Mrs. Tate Alvarez, MACHINE iut of Town. 30% Down and

Many Others stereo for play"r.Dahmer's any make or model house. Call 533-2366 after six. Rt. 2, Box 20, Starke, Fla. & TOOL PRODUCTS Good Terms 1111

Discount House tfchg Itchg 32091 Ph. 964-5335. lip Gainesville, Fla. 3 BR, 2 bath, carpets,drapes. t:{:
Apply In Person At FOR RENT- Ph. 376-2533 Built in stove. Nice. $19,750 i1i' R.O. Simmons EquipmentHas
summer cot
HOLIDAY INN Reduce safe & fast with Go- tages, A/C. KIngsley Lake. NATIONAL has two mortgage four bedroom company 2- 3 BR, 2 bath, central heat/ .;.: .
OF STARKEMISCELLANEOUS Bese Tablets & E-Vap "wa By week. Call 533-2366 attar bath homes for sale, on 1/2 air, brick, carpets, drapes; :i: To Starke
ter pills". Andrews Pharmacy six. Itchg acre wooded lots. Low down 528,500
4tp 4/19 payment. Call and see how JIMMY MOORE'S {
t k
FOR RENT3 bedroom, 1 easy It is to own one of these $.. Sprts Modern 3 BR on 5 Acres, All Your Poultry
LAWN Mowing service, largeor bath home, Saratoga Heights. homes. Call collect Ocala 622- Barn, fenced, close to town

small.964-7415 Contact Steve Thomas tfchg- 9646985. Itp 8118. tfchg MORE YOUR BOAT MONEYStorko FOR $29,000. >111' Equipment Needs j\\|\\

FOR RENT-2 bedroom house
partly furnished. Clyde Columbia Ph. 964-5791 HOURS |'

TYPEWRITERS ADDING Ma- EXPERIENCED do typing In typist her home.wantsto Crosby Lake. lip AUTOMOBILES Complete Outboard & Stem WANTED MON FRI. 8 to 5 |m'
chines & Cash Registers
Experienced In magazine articles USED
Drive Service and Repair.
cleanedrepaired.. STARKE and term papers. Fast FOR RENT- bedroom trailer 317 E. drownlee St.. Stark, Fla. |;
TYPEWRITER SERVICE 782- and accurate. Ph. 964-8846. with 1 & 3/4 bath com Complete Fiberglass Repair Experience Service Man ;j
3020. 4tp412SHEET pletely carpeted & air Located FOR SALE- Custom built Fiberglass :;Ij:'
2tp 45ADDING 2 1972 Ford Eco- For Mobil Ham St Up #'s PHONE 904/964-6819 4TP29'r7,91\
473-2102 on 301 outside nollne Vans, 1 with 4,500 Fishing Boats.MustanqMOBILE ;::::::;:::;:;:::::::*:XXXtOLINS::::::::-:::::::::::::::;::::::::*:::::::::::::::::::::.:::.:.:.:.:;:;:::::::::::::::;:;:::;:::;:::;;::::::::::::::::::::::;
ROCK hanging & Fin- ; Itp_ miles, 1 with 2,000 miles.Both & Dllvry. Must Have
ishing. Ceilings crowfooted MACHINE ROLLS. have V/8 engines. ,These Chauffer' Licenses & --. .
a or'swirled, Stucco& plaster File Folders complete line office FOR RENT- bedroom fur- trucksare" still In warrantyfor MOBILE HOME 'SALES
patching. Simulated brick or supplies. -The Telegraph nished apartment. 9645065. $3,000 each.Call 473-4572 Experience in Retail .

stone finish Ph.on old 782-3896 or new Phone 964-6305. ltchg after six. Itchg Mobile Horn Business. HWY. 100 W. PH. 964.5606 ;;;_ "

buildings.or 782-3578. 4tchg ,4/12 FOR SALE1972 Ford truck, HOMES: Apply See Our New .!. i(.. 1l(, 'Dl'sSelection
11 months old. Long wheel Of Doublewides. -
PAYROLL ENVELOPES, r MOTORCYCLES 1 base, V/8, 3 speed, radio We Have A Few
Bradford County Telegraph. t HELP WANTED) & air. Sport custom. Off rd. Small Houses Left Mustang We Also Have New And Used Household

Ph. 964-6305. 16 west on 229A. Second trailer 12X51 2 Br. $3995 Mobile Homes Furnishings For Sale.
on left. May be seen after 4/73
Kawas ski. B Til Dark Mon Snl. Noon Dark On Sunduv-
IF WE DON'T HAVE ITwe'll FOR 5 p.m. dally. Itp 12X43' 2 Br. $3695 1650 N. Tempi
It for Office 60 HP Motorcycle. Phone 964- WANTEDShort order cookat
get you.
Ph. 964.7212LONG
6243 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Phone B&G restaurant & truck atr.ritarss
Furniture Equipment
Supplies, County 964-6988 after 6 p.m. Pete stop. Now under new man FOR SALE1967 Dodge LWB 1650 N. Tempi Av*.
Telegraph.CLONK, Thornton. Itp 4/5 4/19 agement. Apply In person. 4tp $850.pickup,Ph.bucket 964-8079.seats, R&H.lip 964-7212 Stark.. Fla. IIIPP (Jf TRACTOR CO.T.lephone.

Open 9-7 1-6 Sun. CHAMP 372-3464

FOR SALE1972 Suzuki 330. SHORT ORDER cook wanted FOR SALE--1970 Torino GT FARM MACHINESNew
good shape. 4000 miles, also B&G Truck Stop&Restaurant. 302V8. Loaded, small equity Home and Building

helmet, $600. Larry OilesDy. Now under new management. & take over payments. 964- INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR Materials & Used

964-5240. tfchg Apply In person. 4tp 4/19 6454. Itp SELLING? WE BUILD
WITH 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441
"Your Plans Or Ours
Carpenter SubContractorThe LOST AND FOUND
world's largest on-your- GEORGE ROBERTS FREE ESTIMATES "Where Service Is The Better I Idea"STARKE
lot builder needs framing subcontractor -
plenty of work In REAL ESTATE Remodeling Repairs

all areas. Must have crew, REWARDLost, male hunt- Charles. Zipper.r AdditionsHomes
STILL ONLY FILL DIRT-Beach sand, clay tools and transportation.Con- Ing dog, $30. 6 months old Associate Bought Sold BUILDERSA
& fill. Dump truck service tact Bill Gregory 6227 Phil- redbone or red tick. Slipped TradedACREAGE
& tractor work. Keystone lips Hwy., Jacksonville. Call collar 28 March on S-235, PHONE 964-7826 FOR SALE Complete Building Service
Heights. Hank Brunlng 473- collect 904-733-3250. approximately 2 miles from 421 W. MADISON.. ST. Phone 964-5270 219 Washington St.
$ 4761. 4tp 4/26 5tchg 4/26 gas plant. Call 485-2571, if 'M4453Hwy. Starke, Fla.

no answer 378-2481, ask for 301 S. Stork TF <
HELP WANTED-Male or fe- Sherry. Please return, he was M *** **S> S CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL
FOR SALE- HP Evinrude therapy
male-2 respiratory
I motor and 6 gal. can. Real trainees for Bradford Co. a gift. Itp "Th No Wax Floor"ComoletHv $4.59
good condition, $150. 473- Hospital experience preferred LET US HELP! PUMPSNEW
: Installer) Compare At $6.50 Per Sq. Yd.
4656. Itp but not necessary. Will We Handle
oS train. Apply at Bradford "on'. AND USED
County Hospital. ItchgWANTEDBusboys
>: hp boat motor, SALES
:cos cot never been In water. R. A. Mobil. Horn,* To The PARTS LOW NYLONMany
Kellogg 964-7712. Itp dlshwas- SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES CAIIIIEANSAlso Colors To Choose From $6 97
c3 hers, counter help ((21 yrs.X Airline Ticketsand
Exceed F.H.A. Sp.ciflcatlon.Completely *
Expand Rooms & Add
E. Club
waitresses. Apply M.
lours Deep and Shallow Wells Inetelled Over Rubber Padding Per Sq. Yd.
J FOR SALE-Gibson Les Paul Camp Blandlng. 3tp 4/19 On Rooms.
R guitar w/case & Kaslno 100 Call 964-7449
Fr.. Delivery and Set Up SHAG

U J Hardware amplifier, Starke.$500. Itchg Manning WANTEDHandy' man at To- 100 MILE RADIUS P.O.TOWN Box FINANCE 226 N. Tempi CO. Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT 100,. Continuous Fll..Nylon The Carpet With The Now Look!

Rena Motel. Apply in person BANK FINANCINGHWY SERVICE Many Color To Choos From

5Q FOR SALE17' Borum boat, only. Itp 17 NORTH ON ALL MAKES Completely; InitalUd Over Rubber Padding Par Sq. yd. 57 a 9S

35 hp Johnson motor & tilt GREEN COVE sm Unite Farm
trailer. Will Include 2 sets WANTEDMaid at To-Rena Tel. 284-5001 1 264-7311 PHONE 964.1061DURRANCE
] skis & rope. Ph. 964-8718 after Motel. Apply In person only. Agency, IMCReg. .

4 p.m. 21p) 4/12 Itp Real Estate Broker Sewing Operators .
: Paul & Irene Faulkner
Covering NEED MAID6 week
day ,
6x9. $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98; 4 hours dally--9 to 1.. $40. Service Associates Moved 5 Blocks North Experienced Preferred But We Will Train.
with purchase of Blue Lustra 12 X 12, $11.50; 12 x 15.only Apply In person Bradford Mo Residential And 206 S. Water Street 864 N. Temple Ave ,
$14.95. Many patterns and co tel. Itchg Commercial Wiring Stark, Fla. 964.5065 If You Are Seeking Regular PermanentEmployment.
lors. Dahmer's Discount, tf
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301 E. Call St. FOR SALE18' glass boat, 475-2211 collect. 4tchg 4/12 : Air Conditioning Call Us For Best Piu.Pro.pect. MACHINESales Cadillac Uniform Co.
90 hp Johnson motor 1965- I Hookups
Stork, Fla. and trailer, $900 or best of- WAITRESS wanted B&G : Trailer Pol. Motors Waiting t.c h 9 and Service 441 E. Brownlee

964.6163CLASSIFIED fer. 9648087. Stp 4/12 restaurant & truck stop. Now I 24-Hour Service I- PFAFF ELNA Starke, Fla.

under new management. Apply : Phone 964-8641' lIS New Horn
AD RATES FOR SALEYoung registered In person 4tp 4/19
Deadline for preceding insertion Thursday MondayS angus bulls, ready for light I. WHITE
before PJn.publication. service. Selling at beef CORRECTIONAL Officer I PINEHURSTGrocery
prices. Clifford Martin, 964- (Food Service Position) WE MAKE ALL $49.50 up
Minimum Charge 1.75 7145. 3tp 4/5 $250.40 biweekly 40 hour FIAT
(Covers 15 words) work week Age 21. Male- MAJOR APPLIANCE Parts & Reoairs on And Variety Store
Each word over 15, 8CAll FOR SALE2 registered
Experience Nec.slary.VOCATION Service all other make machinesNATIONAL
horses, 1 filly, 1 gelding.Stutz AL Instructor m REPAIRS Sales Parts WE HAVE MOST COMPLETE
Classified Ads must be camper topper, long wheelbase New and Used ".
Plumbing $298.40 biweekly EXPERT REPAIRMEN
Mid for In advance unlesswith FAIRIC AND NOTIONS SHOP
138" stump-knocker
established account 40 hour work week USED IMPORT CARS1I'lflll
have Th. Telegraph, in that fishing boat. Honda 50 mini US Diploma or equivalent and CALL 964-836J IN STARKE

event billing.SOt Not extra responsible charge for for bike.3/15.. Ph. 473-4435. r 4tp Contact 5 years:experience Personnel necessary.Manager Stark. IMPORTS, AUTO INC. 611 W. Univ. Ay*. Also Complete Line Of Hardware & Drapery Supplies

errors wnn given over the Florida State PrIson P. O. Hwy. 100 East Store Hours 7.11
phone or when copy Is not typed; FOR SALERegistered Angus Box 747, Starke,Florida 32091 Appliance Service 509 E. UniversityGainesville312.4313 Gainesville, Fla. Of Stark 7 Days CI Week

and brought to the office bulls I and. 2 year old. Phone 3/29 2t 4/2 323 Brown!.. St..T'_ TF 378-1355 .......11 and Christine D... T.F.TELECRAPH .
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KEEP 'EM COMING u II, ing is that so far I know of i Y f : : ; BY '

six cases on Morgan Road oJ r .
It seems terrible that In this where pets have been killed, Bobby
: still have and not by humane efforts
day and age we ei-
Please keep belting out your would maliciouslyharm ther. ;
fine editorials.You The Editor: people who These peopleare 7 -.,/ h, y l lN
our pets.
are a tremendous asset needto Three dogs were fed glass '
and pets
to this entire territory. I would like to Issue a warning be sick protected, our for their own in meat-- thug they bled to 1%
Thanks, to families owning petson death, and NOT QUICKLY.One fr4 Ten Inches or so of rain
James Osborne State Road 233 (Morgan safety. little 6-pound dog was pols- TTV 1 1t In March Is a little unusual
Keystone Heights Road). The reason for this warn- oned. One cat Just disappeared and has caused some problems
However, he was a for our folks who are growing
15-pound black tom cat, and strawberries, gardens and
it Is unlikely that he was other crops.
beaten in a fight or attackedby t i t i ,
: EfllTOMAlS' i another animal. J f little'k rain More after than the two soil is Inches already of

I saturated can easily damageor
Lastly, and the reason for r ?
this warning Is that my little ( drown tiny seedlings and
dog, Saml, 7 pounds, was shot roots of producing strawber-
with a .32 calibre hand gun. ries.
He was so small and could
Loss of fertilizer due to
ClosedSix not have harmed a thing-- leaching probably Is the thingwe
A Gate That Won't Be but for some reason, some- must be aware of In

one shot him. the next few weeks. If

months ago The Telegraphwas gestively close, and last week, on I don't !know why someoneis your lawn garden or other
called "childish and despicable"for the eve of his sentencing, one of the killing our pets, one by crop turns yellow and does
writing an editorial denouncingthe "Watergate Seven" threatened to blow onebut they have killed not grow, you will probably

infamous Watergate incident. the lid off the whole tawdry affair. six in the past year. need ,to especially add additional nitrogenand fertilizer -

Jr. former This much I do know- potash.
At that time, most of the American James W. McCord, every time I think of my
public seemed strangely uncon- CIA operative, Indicated that political little dog Saml lying in the Rain last week-end puta
cerned over the shameful incidentsthat pressure had been brought on the field behind my house dying damper on the Bradford
the Republican administration defendants to plead guilty and take from a bullet hole in his 4-H Horse Club AQUA Show.
five did-- rather than side, and not able to reach However, over 100 entries
sought to cover up and dismiss as the rap-- as home for help, I pray that braved the rain, wind, and
trial that would bring a
through a k
a mere "political caper. KO whoever did it will rot In mud and performed extremelywell
the facts to light. In a conferencewith hell. IK under the circumstances.This .
the presiding judge, McCord annual event draws peo-
Since that time however the -Rebecca W. Jones
of the trial testimonyhad ple from through out the
said that some Morgan Road, Starke
has continued to simmer until at long
Southeast who show some
and that others
been perjured,
last it appears ready to boil over of the finest quarter horsesto
with damaging evidence that threat- Involved in the Watergate operationhad OBJECTIVITYDear The Christian Science Monitor be found anywhere.The .

ens irreparable harm to the Nixon escaped unnamed.
Bobby: weatherman Is promising -
administration well the Re- VaccinationA
as as
Already victimized by the scan- better weather for our
publican Party as a whole.It Patrick Gray whose I commend you for the well HOME NOTESFrom 1973 edition of the Bradford
dal was L. written article in the March dvisedFor County Fair. This Is one

is now all too evident that nomination as FBI director to succeedJ. 29 Telegraph pertaining to Your Extension Home event that has something
President Nixon, misled by the public's Edgar Hoover seemed to be slipping Administrative shifts in the Horses for every member of the

seeming indifference to what away after his apparent efforts to school system. ..-: "': Economics Agent ... ", The U. S. Department of family. As usual, many
/ -l. folks have worked hard to
short-change the Investigation -
many considered a mere political You presented It with com- Y "' Agriculture (USDA) urges
make this Fair
prank, badly misjudged the serious- of his loyalty to Mr. Nixon. plete objectivity and with no G BY KATHY BROWNThis .j owners to have their horses, better than year's I hope even
three of : ... mules and other animals ever.
Gray hurt himself with days editorializing ,in the article equine -
have made to
ness of the charges and stubbornly you plans attend -
testimony about his unusually trust- itself. My willingness to share vaccinated for Venezuelan -
each day because thereIs
refused to recognize the mounting
information with equine encephalomyelitis
public distaste for the criminal acts ing relations with Presidential coun- has been reinforced you by freely your (VEE), the deadly horse sleep- a different activity each
Dean III who conductedMr. week I thought I might When machine but- day.
sel John W. making ing sickness before
at Watergate. Seeking refuge behind excellent Job with this parti- mosqui-
"in-house" into just bring you a collection of tonholes on a knit garment-
Nixon's inquiry toes that could the dis-
cular article.
the blanket of "executive carry The activity 'this
privilege, scattered hints, ideas and information be sure to add cording, they new year
the Watergate affair and it a Sincerely ease emerge in large num-
gave Is the 4-H and FFA Steer
he steadfastly refused to let his aides on fabrics and sew- will look better. Try drop-
clean bill of health. But Mr. Gray W.L. Kilpatrick bers during the spring and Show and Sale
on Thursday
discuss the Watergate incident, ap- ing tips. Hope you find some- ping your feed dog when bar-
of his trustIn Deputy Superintendent summer. April 5. Many people have
admitted that in spite thing Interesting and Informa- tacking a buttonhole.
parently hoping that if he Ignored it the White House counsel Bradford County Schools tive them. Officials of USDA's Animal supported the Bradford-Union
Dean among
long enough, it would somehow "go Eyelet embroidery and other and Plant Inspection Service Cattlemen In their effortsto
away." "had lied" about one phase of the HELP STOP CRIME I This season cottons and cot- fabrics with embroidery are (APHIS) note that a major portion Initiate this worthwhile
investigation.It ton blends that are woven are popular this spring -- for of the nation's 6.2 mil- project. The Show is set
And of the easier pressing, press on lion horses remain unprotected. for 4 p.m. with Dr. Bill
As big news. one
a student of history Mr. Nixon Dear Mr. Matthews:
Is particularly distressing to most exciting trends is to a wrong side with extra padding Comparatively few have G. Jackson, Extension Animal
should have known better. In a cover underneath. been vaccinated since the 1971 Husbandman from the Uni-
witness the President's reluctanceto As chairman of the Governor's wider width--frequently 50 In-
story last week, pointing out the Crime Prevention ches. Fabrics that are especially emergency vaccination drive; versity of Florida, judging
President's mishandling of the situation have the Watergate story told, Committee, I would like to in demand are printed Save "slivers"of soap following the outbreak of VEEin the steers and selecting the
the criminals and bring themto and use for marking (instead
Newsweek magazine observesthe expose take this opportunity to express fabrics, batistes, plisses, Texas. Champion. The evening pro- .
justice particularly In view of his of tailor's chalk). More than 94 per cent of will start at 7
Irony in the fact that Mr. Nixon the sincere appreciation denims, twills, broadcloths, gram p.m.
appears to have missed the lesson in "law and order" radio speech on of both Governor Askew poplins, oxfords, and sail In order to achieve a sharp the horses in 19 states--total- with G.T. Hugglns as Master
March 10. In that high-sounding address and myself for your past cooperation cloths. As would be expected corner on enclosed seams, ing over 2.8 million--were of Ceromonles. Buddy Clark,
some of his history reading. When he declared that "the criminal and support of the the favorite blend is cot- pull the corner our with needle vaccinated at government expense noted auctioneer from the
President Harding whose adminis- HELP STOP CRLMEI' pro- ton/polyester. The largest and thread. Take a stitchat in 1971. During 1972, Gainesville Livestock Market
tration was wrecked by scandal in must be made to pay for crime, g r a 7"". Without your assist- percentage of the cottons and the corner, drop needle only about 200,000 horses will start the sale promptlyat
the 1920's, asked the then secretaryof or he is encouraged to think crime ance, the success of PhaseI cotton blends are for "bot- grasp two threads and pull. were reported to have been 8 p.m. This would bea
vaccinated half of these In
pays. on Felony Crime Reporting toms"slacks, Jeans and Also, use a needle threaderto good opportunity for you
Commerce Herbert Hoover about
have been Texas and New York where to get some real choice
would not possible.As shorts of all lengths. pull knit snags and pullsto
how to handle the smouldering Tea- VEE vaccination was required beef for your freezer.
Mr. Nixon-; went to that the wrong side.
on say
pot Dome scandal, Mr. Hoover replied we prepare to launch the under certain circumstances
"Publish it and at least get "Society is guilty of crime only Residential Burglary Preven- Consumers spent about$296per If using a hook on a front by state and federal regula-
when fail to the criminalto tion person on clothing and hide the tions. Folks who
we bring Program, your continued closing, why not hook. grow plants and
credit for integrity on your side. justice. Such an attitude will cooperation will be most helpful shoes in 1972. About one- On the facing mark where There were no confirmedcases animals know that It Is difficult -
But President Harding continued to be reflected In the laws and will play a major half of the projected increasein you want the hook and eye of VEE in the U.S.dur- to produce a quality
never sup- fibers will be
sit on the news, attempting to cover role in the continued success man-made to meet. Make a small open- ing 1972. APHIS officials believe product economically withoutthe
up the scandal, with the result that ported by this Administration, nor of the HELP STOP CRIMEI polyester. Imported shoes and Ing by using the blunt end this was probably due use of pesticides.To .
his administration was branded as in the manner in which we enforce program. shoes that are non-leather of a needle and forcing the to the large number or horses -
those laws." Sincerely, constitute about one-half of yarns apart or if it cannotbe vaccinated the year be- continue to be ableto
one of the most corrupt and scandal- Robert L. Shevln the U. S. supply of shoes. separated cut a very tiny fore. But VEE did strike in use pesticides In our

ridden in history.It But is it reflected in Mr. Nixon's Attorney General All sleepwear garments siz- slit. Now Insert one loop of areas of northwestern Mex- production programs, we must
State of Florida es 0 through 6x, manufactured the hook into the opening and ico during the summer and all use and store pesticides
Is from a similarly damaging obvious attempt to shield those after July 1973, must meet gradually turn until you work early fall of 1972, causing safely. Pesticides shouldbe

scandal that members of the President's responsible Watergate, thus pre- VALUABLE EXPERIENCEDear the flammabtllty standards. the other loop in. Position-- concern in adjacent areas of kept under lock and key,
venting them from paying for their Much of the effort in product leaving only the end of the the United States.Commercially. out of the reach of children.All .
own party are now seeking to development these days is in
crime? Certainly this Is no exampleto bill exposed. Using invisible
Gene produced
: the of flame-retardant
protect themselves and are joiningthe area chemicals should be
stitches sew tne loops to the
set as a diligent effort to bringa finishes and fabrics. There VEE vaccine is available kept in a dry, wellventilatedplace
Democrat members of Congressin facing and fasten the end of
law-breaker to justice.As With nostalgia and some regrets has also been: further improvement through practicing veterinarians and should not be stor-
the bill. If had to slit-
demanding that the Watergate cards you and be
can admin-
I read of semi- in durable
your press ed near foods or feed.
then be sure to "sew up" to
be laid on the table and the complete Vermont Royster, Republican retirement after all those and washablllty; properties. prevent ripping. istered by them, APHIS authorities Pesticides should be kept
story be told, with no holds barred. editor of the Wall Stre Journal says: years at the helm of The said. *- their original containers.

"The Watergate affair is no longeran Telegraph. rm glad you man-

The longer the White House Ignores amusing caper which the administration aged the to hands keep the of the newspaperin family TAL BUNKA EMBRO i>ERY -DAVE'SSweepstakes

and attempts to play down the can lightly brush aside. which has nourished it all

Watergate incidents, the angrier and Watergate has become a black markon those years.

more frustrated become these Republican the escutcheon of the administration
members of Congress and It's really too bad that eco- Tw
threatening to become a poli- nomic
or other developmentshas .
the more determined they are to get
tical catastrophe for President Nix written off the weekly r9r.i
to the bottom of the bugging-bur- on." newspaper as a training

glarly-espionage issue, regardless of Since the President did not choose ground for Journalism. How tsir'
whom it involves, and how many "to publish it and at least get credit to reverse the trend, I do not i ) .

reputations are ruined. for integrity" on his side, it now remains know.experience But I on do The know Telegraphwas that my

for the American people to get extremely valuable to r.V
What was first dismissedbySenator the facts from the forthcoming inves- me, matched only by your en-
Ed Gurney and other Republican tigation by a special committee head- couragement. I appreciateyour

leaders as a boyish prank by over- ed by Senator Sam Ervin. It will be contribution to my ca- _

zealous members of the Committeeto fully televised and could make more reer.

Re-elect the President, in recent trouble for President Nixon than any Good luck on your future
weeks has become symbolic of the Senate Investigation in modern politi- endeavors, historical or what- t s

scandals now surfacing to plague the cal history has made for any incum- ever. May the years ahead be
Nixon administration-- the way bent President. as fruitful as those of the
from fast-buck fund raising to the past.
recent of the notoriousITT Sincerely,
re-emergence Ills continued evasiveness at a Buddy Davis
affairs, at home and abroad. time when he should have been forth- College of Journalism

right may prove to be the greatest University of Florida A
Although no one In Mr. Nixon's mistake ever made by the politically

inner circle has yet been directly nimble and usually shrewd Mr. Nix

implicated, the blame has come sug- on.

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All things were made ,
through him.-(John 1:3)) 10 :,,
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER To consider the vast un "
Publishers known space surrounding our :' J'

Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, planet Earth has become a
Fla. under Act of March 3. 1879. thrilling challenge to the mind This Bunko broldoryplctur. of the Lost Supper by

Subscription rate in trade area: $G per year: $3.50 six months. of man. When we think out WinnerMrs.. Mildred Ponchor won a sweepstake ribbon at the

Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: $7 per year: 14.00 six months. Surke, Fla. into the reaches of infinity and Bradford County Pair and Strawberry PottlveJ.
venture into space, we realize Displaying the picture It Judga Dottle Parish of Gal net.

with overwhelming impact how viII..
small we are.

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