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 19, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'.,myA of-Palms) and that they
," t Keystone Heights area group councilmen learned
de- get started on the
is slated for another big hoped.to
; velopment if negotiations by project within the next five Tuesday night when
,1 !\; : the Stewards Foundation, Inc. months. Cost estimates on a Engineer Don

: of Wheaton, Al. for purchaseof sewer system for the proposed
'" ../1'I'A.,.'.;. Park-of-the-Palms are finalized development were$25- Ruckman told themIt
next month. Mayor 500 for a tertiary installa- will take $500-'

L. ,, '' Ray Starnes told the Keystone tion, and this did not Includethe rehabilitatethe
'' ,' of and connections 000 to
j% 4 Council in a special meet- cost piping
Ing Tuesday night Mojonnler said. Herequested present systemand

The pending purchase was Keystone's more plant Informationon for a $2.5 million to

revealed in a letter read by sewer system andaskedwhether extend lines to out-
the meeting in
Starnes at Founda- or not it would be within areas now demanding -
which the Stewards lying
service distance of the Park.
I tion inquired about Key stone's service.
plans for installation of a Starnes said the Keystone
sewer system. plan calls for an outfall line A sewer connection delay

Robert W. Mojonnler, of the running north along State Road la now Imposed upon the Starke
that his 100 to the Airport and that in sewer system by the Department
Foundation, said group order to'obtain a Federal of Pollution Control in
which Mrs. Potty Shadd wn killed last Thursday. was planning to purchase assets -
Sc.n. of Lake Butler crash In of Park-of-the-Palms grant, under new government Jacksonville because the
regulations, the town would treatment Is not purifying pollutants -
Church Inc.;, on Brooklyn Include thickly to the 90 per cent
have to popu-
Union A&cident Lake and would build, a 250-retirement lated adjacent areas 'such as level required by state law.
Killed In 'community; for However'
: Woman including a nursing Park-of-the-Falms. DPC first said the city'could
persons information En-
Starnes added, latest make limited connections.
ment, went onto the west home with 50 beds. indicates there Is little gineer Ruckman told the council -
A Lake Butler woman Mr. west on SR-100. It left 21 feet first In Union County In 1973. Rebecca when Sue Goolsby her 1965 escap-Dodge shoulder and struck a sign. Mojonnler said the pro- hope of getting grant mon- then later cut connections
Patsy Ann Croft Shadd, 30.( of skid marks before the pointof In the only other auto acci- ed injury US-3011ast Damage to the front of her posed purchase had been approved off completely.
was killed Thursday April impact and 26 feet after. dent in Bradford or ,Union traveling south on left the car was estimated at $175. ,by the local (Park- (S.. Page 6)) Cause of the poor treat-
the 13th pave-
collide Front end of the ,Ford col- Counties in the past week. Friday _. city officials have
12, when two, cars ,, ... --- ment, as ;
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at the intersection of Deli] lided with the side of the known for years. Is ground
Street and SR-100. Cadillac. The Ford left 16 water Infiltrating into the sewer -
feet of skid marks before system. The plant has
Witnesses did not observe the point of impact. i 1,550 sewer connections which
the traffic signal according
After colliding with the Cadillac means about 550,000 gallonsper
to Florida Highway investigating Patrolma- the Ford swerved to the day of effluent should be
K. G. Etherldge :
officer and a determine right and Into a parked, unoccupied going through the plant

tion of fault could not be 1968 Ford sedan own- In Starke's case, leaks and

made. Mrs. Shadd was throw ed by Glenn S. Howard. The J. ... breaks In sewer lines are
from her car when the door accident happened directly In allowing extraneous water Into -
S came open upon impact. front of Lyman Green's Res- the system at the rate of

taurant in Lake Butler. 200,000 gallons per day in
The 1965 Ford station Wa : ', '$ dry weather and 400,000 gal- 1?
Cadillac was
to .
driven by Mrs. Shad Damage
oJ" doubling
gon almost -
lons per day
and the
estimated at $1,500
with 1969
collided a the flow in rainy wea-
Wally Dl- Ford station wagon was estimated -
driven by Edgar ther. The Increased flow
letto 59, Morrisvllle, Pi. a total loss. .op J makes it Impossible for the
Mrs. Esther Dlletto 55, received The traffic fatality was the :fa 1 plant to treat the effluent as f "
;, possible injuries fr In effectively as it should. '
', the crash but Dlletto was tin- t .. With the council meeting

Injured. Child packed with people want-
I room
traveling "
The Cadillac was <
; out about the con-
1 I I'Iio ing to find
the coun-
1 BadlyBurned I nection moratorium
1I WeekTwo 4 cil moved first to improve

I Dry Walnwrlght and John Summon; In back: Janet Beyee, effectiveness of the plant without -
Linda John
BMS straight A Students ((1-r) are: correcting cause of the
fires burned 2.10 acres Karen Reddish, Denies Cissy, Terosa Boyca, Jrono Susan Massey Lynn Plorco, Anthony Franklin. problem. On a motion by Coun-
last week, April 8-16. Little Mike Shaw, son of cilman Orle Wiggins and approved -
No rain was measured by Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Shawof unanimously the coun"l
any of the three Florida For Jacksonville and Klngsley ell took Engineer Ruckman's
estry Department Fire Towers Lake was badly burned Sun- BMS Students Earn A's2nd recommendation to use chem-
Bradford County. 16
day night when a pup tent ical means to improve treatment -

in which he was sleeping Immediately.!

et"BorM rrciSSrir.y I caught fire. Mr and Mrs. John Samons of and Mrs. James Davis of By Introducing: a polymer
_. Sixteen students at the Brad Janet Boyce, daughter of Mr. Starke. Anthony Franklin, son Starke. Into the system Ruckman
Mike 6, Is being treatedin ford Middle School made stra- and Mrs. M.G. Boyce of Eighth gradePatricia of Mr.Lynn and of Starke Mr.;and Mrs.Robert Franklin Students with all A's and B's hopes to Improve treatment
Galveston, Texas and nine- Starke Denise Cissy, dau- Pierce daughter the 90
ight A's during the third ; Susan Edwards are: effectiveness to per
Starke of Lawtey
general condition Wednesday week grading period which ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mrs. George Pierce of Mr.; daughter of Mr.; and Mrs.W.H. Sixth grade- Shard Dofcbs cent level required by the
was termed fair according to ended last week Gissy of Starke, and Karen James Starling son Starlingof Edwards of Klngsley Lake;and Donna Johnson, Dale Rogers state. That process, begun
Gene Shaw Mrs. James E.
Starke Attorney and and
of Mr.
made all Reddlshi.daughter of Beth Davis daughter of Mr. Marvin Tyson, Chert WallSy- previous to Tuesday's coun-
93 students
his uncle. The child has second Another of Starke;John Samons son lvan Williams Michele cil meeting, will cost $50
B's during the same
burns and
third A's
r and degree then reduc-
Wright Dwayne Baldwin. per day
over the upper portion of his grading period. A'ers Craig Bryan Terry Davis, ing to around $28 per day
body and face. .Sixth grade straight Neva Driver Andrea Eaves once the system la properly

Mike was pulled from the are Mr.: Tracy and Mrs.George William, daughterof George James Faulkner Marcia charged Ruckman said.;

fire by his 18-year-old cou- of Starke Susan Massey Walk-A-Thon I age, Cynthia Griffith Deborah Only other immediate action -
Second AnnualEASTER sin, Ricky Johns, credited by daughter of Mr. and Mrs.S.B. \ Harper, Melanie Mor- taken Tuesday night was
EGG the family with saving the Massey of Lawtey: Irene ris, Nancy Payne, Doug Reddish authorization for constructionof

boy's life. Mike was rushedto Wainwright, daughter of Mr. 28The Cassie Rlddick, Dale a $66,000 third phase of
HUNT Bradford Jacksonville County Hospitalthen where and Mrs. E.C. Walnwrlght of On Tap April Rouse Pamela Stalnaker. and treatment, a tertiary clarl-
to Starke Linda Johns, daughterof Diane Wright. tier, to the plant. Ruckmanwas
Saturday, April 21 doctors immediately made arrangements Mrs.Johns of Starke:Sarah Seventh grade- Tammy An- authorized to proceed with

to fly him to Texas Biggs, daughter of lw?r. and second annual 10-mile Entrants are advised to wear advice given. plans on that which will also
for treatment. S.. 5)) of
Hampton Ball Park Mrs. Bobby Biggs of Starke Walk-A-Thon with benefits light colored clothing for ( Page improve effectiveness

Ricky Johns sustained third and Teresa Boyce, daughterof going to the March of Dimes safety. Comfortable walking Donations will be given, as treatment.To .
degree burns on his hands Mr. and Mrs. M.G. Boyce birth defects program is set shoes or boots with a thick last year by sponsors who finance the clarifier the
_. in the rescue. of Starke. April 28, Saturday and is pair of socks are also ad- put money on a marcher for Demo council plans to use $40,000
by the vised. Powdered feet will pre every mile he walks. March- young in revenue sharing funds which
The tent apparently caught Seventh grade-Carolyn Roller sponsored this year Chamber of vent chafing ers finishing the race have was slated to go to put sewer
Also Bake Sale fire when a candle blew over, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Starke Junior an Incentive to finish because Club Being lines under Estelle Street in
Igniting both the tent.
Sponsored By upon which the child was to the, weather.Ary'thingeaa- the March of Dimes. OrganizedAn "We can be off the hook
sleeping.Nothing. About 80 marchers sponsored ily carried for the marcher'scomfort in three months," was Ruck-
Volunteer Firemenand determined CUBB's FutureTo by over 700 persons will be allowed on organizational meetingfor of how longit
definite can be Marchers are urged to get Democrat's Clubis man's estimate
the march. Young
yet about the exact raised $1,700 with which to as many pledges as possl-, a will take to Improve treatment
Auxiliary DiscussedA set April 22.
Ladies Be Sunday
seriousness of the burns Attorney fight birth defects in the Hiking tips the Jaycees say, ble making the minimum 2:30 mCourthaw BradfordCounty and to convince DPC
Shaw says. The boy community action meet- last Jan. 27 are to stay on sidewalks or pledge 10 cents per mile.A to lift the moratorium. Convincing -
c.+wr A Is expected to be hospitalized Ing is set Tuesday April 24, sponsored by the Starke Clvi- shoulders of roads at all Anyone; between the ages DPC will be no easy
for two months. at 7:30 p.m. in the old RJE tan Club. times. Emergency vehicle friend task, Ruckman laid.
sponsor can be a of 18 and 30 is invited to
:,;';: iii' (Uommunity that school building on Pine Streetin will be avaDa le. Arrange relative neighbor or businessman. Join. Ruckman's report to the
The family requests Reno. ments should be made to be Instance covered t the gamut of
the He pledges, for Organizers of the group are council
state hunk no flowers be sent to Purpose is to discuss the The second annual walk a- after the march. and future ;
Instead. it is ask- picked up 25 cents per mile, Len Register Jimmy Alvar- the city's; present
hospital. donated to the! future work of CUBB Eco- round Edwards Road again, giving the marcher $2.50 fort es, Brad Carter Greg Reddish sewerage treatment needs-
A-.+...... -.d Ur ed that blood be Bank to the nomic Agency. will go on rain or shine, according '"This is not a race. Walkat March of Dimes if the Jimmy Crosby and Wai-
Galveston Blood and S.. 6)JULIAN )
Lawson ( Pog.
T. 120.000 hrL All persons Interested are to Jim
the race. Prevatt.
,.....ow.wt account of Michael Frazier urged to attend. John Bradley organisers. your pace," Is the primary marcher completes ter


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Anniversaries Parties( I Y he fJftlnr VV t fA eae r Y Y! he.I Jll :t/'V'' ..I Club WeddingsBirthdays Personal Meetings

_ Showers Births
Gladys; \oot! >., Society Editor, 9&I-7608.

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Woman's Club Hospital uxiliary Presbyterians/ / Birthday Dinner officers were elected by

Has ProgramBy The Bradford County Hos- Have
Bell RingersThe pital Auxiliary will hold an The First Presbyterian Susie Owen celebrated Jennifer Haas presiding.
Installation of officers, and
Who'( awards presentations at the Church held an Easter egg her 73rd birthday Saturdayat These will be the officers for
Arts Department of the hunt on the grounds Monday a surprise covered dish the following year: President
covered dish meeting
Starke Woman's Club, headedby Hew? Monday night supper April 23, at afternoon for the nursery dinner given at her homeon Debbie Shufordj. Vice Presid-
through the primary age entMelissa Rutledge; Recording -
Mrs. Curtis Sanders, had Alton
7 p.m. In the Methodist Fellowship adlani a Tor-
charge of the April meetingat Hall.IOOBOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI. youngsters. ters. Wilsonof secretary Sally
Cedar Key, and Mrs. ode: Corresponding secre-
noon on Wednesday, April
11. Featured entertainmentwas h Following the egg hunt Gerti McRae of Starke, and taryJennifer Haas;, Treasurer -
by the "Bell Ringers"of ir S Mr. and Mrs. James Mon- the children were served sons Lee Goodman of Gaines- -.Kathy Casey, Chaplain-
the First Baptist Church : 4 tuoro of Tampa announce refreshments from a table ville and Johnny Goodmanof Martha Struth, and Historian-
J the birth of adaughter, Connie Mr. and Mrs. John Musso- Hobbs
under the direction of William 'f % set up In the yard and were Lake Butler. Darlene ,
George. *: Christine, on April 17. Ma- line announce the birth of given Easter baskets. Refreshments at the meetingwere
The Invocation was' givenby *. 7r ternal grandparents are Mr. a daughter, Wendy Ann, on The mothers and teachers Among the 14 attendingwere served by Cindy Mit-
Mrs. W. B. Mundy, and TT r1k and Mrs. M. A. Baldwinof April 15 In Putnam Memorial assisted In caring for the their families and a chell, Debbie Spengler, and
Mrs. Guy Sale presented the Starke. Hospital, Palatka. 17 attending. few friends. Melissa Rutledge.
devotional.Mrs. -
S. W. Hamilton presided .

f ted Ing.Starke a She Certificate at Club the reported'[had business been of that Achieve-presen-meet-the qfr .>>&

ment club's by"Honor District America Four for Day.the" : o J

Mrs. W. B. Mundy, social

chairman, announced plans for fiJfa rs / You Will Lead The Easter Parade When You Are Outfitted
annual Breakfast
which the will be held May on Satur- 'i. ::;:L)e y i i8i8 With Eagle DeVane'sTop Brand Merchandise .

day, May 5, at 12 noon. The ,....
cost will be $2 per person
and all members and their LADIES Dresses And I Pants
out-of-town guests and pros- C4 ( Suits
pective members are Invited. 1
Reservations me made i NAME BRANDS
may t
Rose Marie Latham Becomes Bride
by calling Mrs. F. W. Strick-

2551.The land, ticket chairman, at 533- Of Mr. Bryan in Church CeremonyMrs. PRE-EASTER '

club rooms were typical
of springtime and the Mildred Latham announces Leata Sparks assisted In d
Easter season. Arrangementsof the marriage of her serving.
red and pink roses Inter- daughter, Rose Marie, to Following a wedding tripto 4'P
spersed with baby breath were Michael Stephen Bryan, son Disney World the coupleIs
used at the entrace and on of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd James residing on Route two, 1/3 To 1/2 Off SPORTSWEAR A t
the piano. A large wicker Bryan, all of Starke. Rev. Starke. Of
Easter basket containing a Bob Cooper performed the The bride Is a 1973 graduate -
lovely rose arrangement was nuptials March 24 at 8 p.m. of BUS and the groom
In the Morgan Road Baptist graduated from BHS In 1972.
placed in the center of the -
stage and was flanked by a Church. Mr. Bryan Is employed withE. 1ji One Rack Of Vanity Fair
white picket fence with climb- Decorating the altar were I. Dupont Co. ..
baskets of pink and white S> v-
Roses In silver
ing roses. a LadiesBlouses
container formed the center- gladioli, carnations, and sta- ( Lingerieii -
piece of the speakers' table. tice against a background of \! .
candelabra with
Members and their guests
were seated at Individual ta- burning tapers entwined witha t Miss Aileen
bles. Each table was centered garland of liliesofthe- y

candy with a green eggs.a white nest The,Easter beautiful with colored rabbiton roses valley.and Mrs.Mrs.L. A Jimmy,Canova Bowen,organist, soloist ; [1/3/ To 1/2/ Off / \ Wear f i aSleep

provided a "
for the occasion were programof
donated by Mrs. Loyree La- nuptial music. liii '
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nier. Loyd Bryan attended l his 1 TO
Art work by club membersand brother as best man, and ,
the ushers were Pete Gas- Dresses CHOOSE
local citizens were on
display in the lounge. sett, Bobby Milner, Donny
Mrs. Ruby Johns was reinstated Jackson and Timmy Bryan. For Children ;'
Mrs. Vivian Bunsick attended -
as a member.
her sister as matronof
honor, wearing a lavender' ?/ ,
gown with empire waist '
trimmed In white lace with :, fl
matching bow. She carrieda
nosegay of pink carnations, : EASTER
lavender stattce and fushia. P
June Jarvis, Cindy Bryan L HANDBAGS lii' Li
't Terri Kite and Tina Bowen ,
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served as attendents in gowns BY MYRA-
Identical to the honor attendants MooneyhamCrawford -
In a lighter shadeof Gold BagsShoulder I

nosegays lavender.of lavender They carried pom- c7Cere s 7Co and hand ti I

poms and fushla. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace L. styles Soft leath
Pamela Brewer was flower Mooneyham of Keystone ar-looks, suedes.
girl and John Bryan was announce the engagement and
ringbearer.The approaching marriage of their r'g White, colors
bride, given In marri- daughter, Patricia Denise, NEW DRESSES
age by Wallace A. Solano, to William Donald Crawford A
s wore a demi-bell silhouette son of Mr. and Mrs. JasonB. F and
nylon sheerganza and Imported Crawford of Kingsley Lake.
Chantilly lace gown. It The bride-elect will graduate 7s ,/r Pant Suits
had a high neckline, bishop from Union County High *>*
sleeves, and detachable cha- School in June. She Is
CofemanKirkfandEngagement pel train. Her veil of illusion attending the Cosmotology Easter.
was secured to a cry- program at the Bradford es ,
stal crown with pearls. She Union Area Vocational Tech- ALL NAME. A&AMDS
carried a cascade of white nical Center In Starke.
carnations centered with a Mr. Crawford graduatedfrom Eagle DeVane's "
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie B. white orchid.A BUS and Is attending
Coleman announce the engage reception was held at Lennox Heating and Air Conditioning DOUBLE KNIT CARRIES.
ment and approaching mar- the Chapel. Mrs. Essie Service School of
riage of their daughter, Bar- Crosby greeted guests at Atlanta Ga. He completedthe SUITS
bara Ann to David J. Kirkland the door, and standing in Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration 43 m 1i r t c' Bobby Brooks
and Mrs.J. the receiving line were the Service courseat '
son of Mr. Men' Brand Miss Aileen
bride and their Santa Fe Junior Collegeand Top J
T. Kirkland, Jr. of Starke. groom, parentsand ANDSports
attendents.The Bradford Union Area Dacron And Wool R & M Kaufmann s 1
Miss Coleman is employedat bride's table was cover- Vocational Technical Center \' 4
the Florida State Prison ed with a white linen cloth and Is employed by Air En- Coats e RussSUITS
Mr. Kirkland Is employedwith centered with a tiered wedding gineers of Starke. Bleeker Street
Clay Electric Cooperative cake. Mrs. Eldon Sapp cut The wedding will take place *
at Orange Park. the cake and Mrs. Marion Friday, June 1, at 7:30 p.m. Ship 'N Shore /_
The wedding will be an Bryan and Mrs. Annette Nor- at the First Baptist ChurchIn Like | rr Trissi 'd
event of June 23 at the man presided at the punch Raiford. Up To' *
Starke Church of God. bowl. Harriet Faulkner kept All friends and relativesare When stretching, f Mia By Aileen

the bride's book. Alma Invited to attend. moving, mixing, I Toni Todd ;'
$ 50
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Easter Party J. D. Bransons } ou¬olncem I attended Mr. and the Mrs.Arts Jack and Trawick Crafts Mr. and of Silver Mrs. Springs Maurice, Md.Peterson )

For Methodist Celebrate 25thAnniversary show In St. Augustine over the are guests this week of Mr. 1.
weekend. and Mrs. L.H. Gibson. Mr.
ChildrenThe and Mrs. Gerry Gibson
Younger Merritt Island will JolA the
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ma- Assorted Easter Plants, family over the weekend. "NEW"t
younger children of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse D. thews of Maitland, Mr. and Julia's Florist 9647711Mr.
the First United Methodist Branson celebrated their 25th Mrs. Ben Cheatem of Orlandoand Assorted Easter Plants j

Church were entertained at wedding anniversary last Fri Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Julia's Florist
and Mrs. J.C. Greeneand 964-7711
in their home at Mathews of Folkston Ga.
an Easter party Friday afternoon day night
April 13 !at Strickland's a party given by their children were Sunday dinner guestsof son visited her parents. Mrs. Frank Weaver of Wil- SHIPMENTSOF
Landing on klngsley Lake. : Gall, Jackie, Joey, Mr. and Mrs. Garl Ma- In Mr.Waclssa and Mrs. H.L. Chancey liston spent the weekend with
The children enjoyed playing Mark and Debbie. thews on Mrs. Carl Mathews'79th over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Jackson,

on the playground, followedby The refreshment table was birthday. Miss Kathy Myers of Tal- Sr. Mrs..Jackson and Mrs.
an egg hunt. "Missy" covered with a white anniversary lahassee was home for the Weaver visited their parents,
Pfelster won the prize for cloth and centered Assorted Easter Plants weekendMr. Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Loudon,
finding the most eggs., The with a floral arrangementand Julia's Florist 964-7711 Sr. In Keystone Heights Sun-
centerpiece for the refresh- a three-tiered cake. and dav.
ment table was a beautifully Out-of-town guest was Mrs. of Mrs.LeslieChontos 73 OLDS AND
R.O. Dansby Verplanck '
Earl Mr. and Mrs. N.V. were Saturday THE BHAL*OKD
de corated Easter cake. Each Voyles of Keystone
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. overnight guests of Mrs. COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Easter child received basket a filled mlnature with Heights.Mike Branson serving a Dansby Jr. In Perry Sunday. George Anderson. Published every Thursdayat

candy. mission in Belfast, Ireland, Weaverand 138 W. Call Street CHEVROLETSCOMING
Mr. and Mrs.James Assorted Easter PlontsJulia's
Assisting Mrs.F.W.Strick sent his congratulations. children of Jacksonvillewere Starke, Florida 32091
land were her daughters,Mrs. Saturday guests of Mr. Florlst964-7711
Donald W. Thornton and Mrs. Second Class post% paidat
Shower Given and Mrs. W.T. Jackson Sr.
Charles Rowell; also the Vicky Turner visited her Starke, Florida INDAILY.
teachers and mothers of the For Vicki sister, Kay Turner at North i
children assisted. Byrd, / / ///- Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Landonof Florida Junior College In Subscription Rates:
Bride-elect/ Lakeland. and Mr.and Mrs. Madison the first of the week. In trade area: $6.00 per
Bridal ShowerFor t Blankenship Larry Stoner of Ocala were year; $3.50 six months .
Roan Bush of Palatka Is visiting
Sunday guests of Mr.and Mrs. -
Outside trade $7.00
Miss Vicki whose
Mr. and Mrs. Richard George W. Brown his aunt Miss Norma
Donna Bryan $4.00 six months
marriage to Glenn Smith Underhill Canova, this week. per year:
announce the
will be an event of April ,
of their -
engagement daughter, - -- -- - - -
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27 honored at bridal
Miss Donna Bryan bride- was a
Rhonda Patricia, to Herman I
elect of April 28, was com- shower Monday night Wayne
given by Mrs. R. M. Autry, son of
plimented at a bridal shower Mr. and Mrs.Edwin
Mrs. Rex Balles, Mrs. Rob- Williamsand SECOND ANNUALWalkAThon
last,Thursday night given the late Lt HermanW. "GREATRADES"
by Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. bie Shaller, and Mrs. Les- Blankenship.
ter Crews at the home of
Ben Moxley, Mrs. Beulah Miss Underbill graduated
Moody, and Mrs. J. M. Ed- the latter. from BHS In 1970 and is
wards, Jr. at the home of Arrangements of white and employed as receptionist In
the latter on Edwards' Road. yellow pompoms were usedto the office of Dr. Harry Gruen.
highlight points of InterestIn
Arrangements of yellow
Mr. Blankenship was a 1967
spring flowers were used In the party rooms. The graduate of BHS and a 1972
the party rooms. refreshment table was cover- graduate of the ,
University of
ed with a lace cloth over FORMARCH
Mrs. Mosley greeted guestsat Georgia where he obtaineda
the door, and standing In yellow linen and was centered BBA degree In Personnel
the receiving line were the with a bride and groom encircled -
and Is
honoree, Mrs. Jessie Bran- with yellow and white Management with Graybar now ElectricCo. employed OF DIMES And

son, mother of the groom- pompoms. Mrs. Shaller pre of Jacksonville.The .
elect. Mrs. Palmer Williams, sided at the punch bowl. wedding is plannedfor
and Mrs. Ralph Bryan. Deb- Games with prizes were
Sept. 15 and all
bie Bobo Kept the guest book. enjoyed during the party friends are Invited to Sat. April 28 We Mean Business
Mrs. Edwards invited gueststo hours, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. attend.
the refreshment table, Among the 20 attending were
which was covered with an Mrs. Allen Byrd and Mrs. BRADFORD COUNTY COURT HOUSE
Imported embroidered cloth, Richard Clark, mother and DKG ChapterHas
and centered with a silver grandmother of the honoree.
The hostesses presentedthe InitiationAlpha
epergnette holding yellow can-
dles and an arrangement of honoree with a set of Pre Registration 9:00 A-IM-
mixed spring flowers. Mrs. cookware and a set of dishesas Nu chapter of Delta CLEAN USED CARS
J. D. Seymour presided at the a memento of the occasion. Kappa Gamma held initiation
punch bowl and Mrs. C. N. ceremonies for three new
'. .' Walk
UIR lU "A' Starts 9:30
Christy poured coffee. members on Tuesday night, A.M.
The hostesses presented the April 10, at the Community ARE NEEDED BADLY.If
honoree with the platter to Mrs. Dave Paulk, Mrs. Center In Lake Butler. The .
her chosen china Billy Noegel and Mrs. Joyce three new members are Myrl
a memento of the pattern occasion.as Barton are fishing at Lake Baxter Brown and Gayle Mob- THIS IS A 10 MILE WALK"Contact

Guests were invited to call Okeechobee this week. ley of Lake Butler, and Carol
Morris of Glen St. Mary.
between the hours of 8 and
9:30 o'clock. Mr. a nd Mrs. Malcolm Muriel Norman, president, Any Starke I
Pownall and children of conducted the business meeting Jaycee We
Hamilton, N. Y. are visitinghis and the devotional was Don't Have
Altar Society mother, Mrs. Pownall, given by Cleo Andrews. The FOR
Sr., this week. program, "Culture. Catalyst ,. ?. ?< ,
;:Elects Officers; ''for'Change" was given'by *tlnfoYmatkfi
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dennis Maureen Paul!, Evelyn Han- ) Sheets Registration Sheets, What You Are LookingFor y
Plans Holy WeekSt. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard ey, and Mona anova.
Dennis of Jacksonville, and Others attending from AND
Edward's Altar Society Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill and Starke were Helen Johns, A- We Will Give It
met April 11 at 8 pjn. In daughter of Ocala were Sat- dele Mitchell, Tommie No- Sponsor Sheets
the Parish Hall with Mrs. urday visitors of Mr and Rosenberg, Mari '
Francis Meng presiding. Mrs. Harvey Edwards. b'nDella and Sue WInkI I
Mrs. William Vogeney and ler. "WALK" SO OTHERS MIGHT "WALK" Everything We Have
Mrs. Ron Calmano volun- Assorted Easter PlantsJulio's
teered for altar care during (B 0 D D O 9..B(.8 BOB 00 OB B
Mrs Florist 964-7711 To Get It For You.
Skip White of Melrosewas Mc- Mrs. Gene Ivey of Dallas, Help MARCH OF DIMES Fight i
Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
an honored guest. She Texas Is spending this week
Rae and Mr. and Mrs.JamesE.
emphasized the Importanceof with her parents, Mr. and '
women taking an active McRae were fishing on Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Joining
role in service to their church the Ochlawaha River Sunday. the family on Thursday for Birth Defects
and community. the long weekend will be
Plans made for the Miss Jody Harper is visit-
were Mr. Ivey, Miss Jayne Hardyof
Wednesday luncheon to be ing her sister Miss Naina Atlanta and Miss June "
served during the Holy Week Harper In Martinsburg, W. Hardy of Valdosta State Col- DON'T BE
services at ,the Methodist Va. this week. lege.
church with Allen Chapel
AME, and St. Edward's serving -
as hosts that day. MISLEAD"ND
Mrs. Henry Stefanelli Invited -
members to attend the
card party and fashion show
scheduled for 12 noon on
April 27 at St. Williams' .
in Keystone Heights. BUY A SLE
Mrs. Michael Gilhooly was or..rws mM1BadcoeW4t
appointed chairman of the
rummage sale to be held
In downtown Starke on May

Lester Humphrieswas 4'
appointed delegate and y
Mrs. R. Richards alternateto 128 S. Walnut Starke, Fla.
the Convention of the _
Diocesan Council of Catholic At Badcock, we pledge always CHEVROLET
Women to be held in Pensa- to bring you True .,I
cola on May 6, 7 and 8. Just Some Of The Value. Although we take JI.U'pride /

The following officers were in bringing you the -HOCKINa JO-INCH;
elected President, Mrs.
Michael Gilhooly;Vlce-Pres., Cl lowest possible prices we FRUIT BOWL INSTEAD
Mrs. Robert Blakewood; Secretary You Will never sacrifice quality for ssltn. i
Mrs. Ron Calmano; the sake of price. Compare pwrch**
Treasurer, Mrs. William Vo- L our Values anywhere and of.39"ormor .
geney. Find At Year see what we mean when *
Installation of officers: Is
scheduled for 6 p.m. on May we say.
20 at the Starke Holiday Im Friendly Bad otk Home
with Mrs. Calmano and Mrs. 1JJooJ 'kIi/J MAYTAG

Thomas Father arrangements.James Parker Cregan In chargeof urged Furnishing Store e 1IMd OM RMJIJ" Porta Washer SEE YOU

all members.. and familiesto
participate in Holy Week Hard,Rock Maple 5 Pc. :Yellow DINNETTE SET ,

ADK Members LAMP TABLE $139.95 SOON

Reg. Prlco $ Was $99.95Now
Met MondayAlpha 4'i34.295

Gamma chapter of $40 WAS $219.95Maple

Alpha Delta Kappa met Monday -
night at the home of Miss French ProvincialCHEST
Madge Middleton. LAMPS
The devotional, given by
Mrs. Laurie Mulling, was
based on the Easter symbols, Several Styles
their meaning, origin and

traditions tries. of various coun Was 59.95 Many As Low WAS

Mrs.the Lucille business Payne conducted session.- 929.95 As 1/2 Price 879.95 $59.95 II /I1SL1DRTARKE

A slide story "Americathe
Beautiful," was presented FLOKIDAApril
by Mrs. Marilyn VeUenga. MANY MANY OTHER
Members composed acrostics YS.ursr w L.t.r Y.w Faw.rlb D..1.,"
using the word America.

Miss During Mlddleton the were social.and.rn hour Mrs.to refreshments by .-, ITEMS AT HUGE SAVINGSA

Ruth Frazier

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I fjIm; < c Easter Sunrise Policy CouncilTo
Sunday Meet Apr 23At
Mrs. G.S. Service 7am.

ed home Its meeting Wednesday
St. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fan- The annual Easter Sunrise Methodist Fellowship Hall by evening, April 11, the CUBB
she cher Jr. spent Friday to Mon Service will be held at 7 the ladles of the First Presbyterian Economic Agency Full Year
day with the Shrine Caravanat a.m. Sunday Apr. 22, in the Church and Rev. Erik Head Start Policy Council e-
Assorted Tall Tree camp groundsnear First United Methodist Johnson will speak on "The lected Kenneth Marshall of
Julia's r'l Ocala. Church Way to Golgotha." Starke as Chairman, with
Rev. Jasper Williams pas- The Holy Week services and Mrs. Catherine Young Lake
Eddie Assorted Easter Plants tor of Greater Bethlehem FreeWill Easter Sunrise are sponsored Butler, as Vice President;
spent Julia' Florist 9647711Mrs. Baptist Church will by the Starke MInIs- Mrs. Wllhemenla Brooks
mother, speak on "The Way to Em- annual Starke, Secretary; and Mrs.
derson. Godfrey Hayes of maus" and special music will Edith Thomas Starke Trea-
Gainesville was Sunday luncheon be provided by his church surer.
Mr. and guest of Mr. and Mrs.E. choir. 1heOtd1 m&- The next meeting of the
and daughter W. Hayes. The Holy Week series of SOCIETY Policy Council will be heldon
Ga. spent noon-day services will be con- 1f'4 FUR THE Monday April 23, at 7
Dr and Mrs. M.F. Hazcn, chairman (left), and Mrs. Carl) Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Earlyof cluded on Good Friday when FROFUUMEVER17i p.m. at the Civil Defense
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. lunch will be served In the f1t.S'.J N( building In Starke. All Policy
Assorted co-chairman of the Loan Clos.t, receive ,Sanford of Astatula visited Council members are urgedto
Julio ck for $150 from Miss Lillian Stump, as annual con- Jekyll Island, Sea Island and Daaoaa..a..8fB 9J be present at this Impor-
from the Bradford County Unit, American St. Simons Island on Mondayand tant meeting.
Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs.James Holmes !
Mrs. Society. and daughter,Beverly.of Anna, real liberal-
Jacksonville Assorted Easter Plants HI. will be Thursday to Sun- "lie is a Help cut down on Cancer
ner guest Crusade Under Way; Julia's Florin 964.7711 day guests of Mr. and Mrs. generous with. opinionsand with a check-up.
Bob Myrick L. C. Early. everybody *money.
the open Donated To Loan Closet -----,
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Mrs.afternoon. UNION'j' Lillian Stump, Pres- Unit of the American Cancer ,
the Bradford County Society announces that April
the open of I
and Mrs. B will be Cancer Crusade Month. .,., ;.
daughter The golden goal for Bradford Jeanette
son and of Mrs.J J. Martin and Mark Col- County Local in programs 1973 will be 3067.of re- I:Ik GN",Y 1 ? y i 1 j 6' ,1

of Mississippi search education, and patient
are home on five days services are financed by vol- I
break. untary contributions to the I :- gbecfofo
Cancer Crusade.
Easter Plants Last week Miss Stump pre- ( A sI
', Florist 964.7711 sented a $150 check from the ; )
Cancer Society to the loan 4i; That You'veGot
Brookins and
Ray closet of the Bradford County -
of Raleigh, N. C. Public Health Nurses Advisory .. ; L '
visiting her mother Mrs. Council The loan clo- To See To
r Dukes, this week. set offers hospital boils: ,

and Mrs. Kenneth El- wheelchairs for needy, and patients.other equipment I Be lieve L 2 MI S. Keytton. On Hwy 100 I II
and Mrs. Larry
and Mr.
e of Jacksonville,and Mr. Bradford County patientsare Behind Gizmo Ph. 473.2120 I IS
Mrs. Donald Elder of among those treated at I
and their famil- the Medical Center ,
were guests during the As a voluntary national I
of their parents, Mr. health agency, the American _
Mrs. E. O. Elder, at Cancer Society Is financed by : : I II
Lake. the gifts of people who wantto Talk ToJeanette J: } <, 12 X 60 3 UR 54995
help wipe out cancer in
admittances to Brad- our lifetime. Those who would I t
County Hospital this weeK like to help in this Crusade I A bout A $ \ 12 X 70 3 BR 56529 I
: Leon Rldaught,James may contact Miss Stump or Bath
Mrs. Alice Metz Father James Cregan, residential 12x 60 2 BR :'..,.,, & 3/J.'s
James Schwartzwalder chairman for Starke.A .
Keystone Heights; Mrs. Thel- I Super Delux",, F 12 X 64 2 UR 55966
ma Trlest, Putnam Hall; William I
1 Moseley Lawtey; Rufus & K FEEDS I With' Everything 1 1/2 Brttlt
Grimes and James Moody
Lake Butler; Jesse Ricks 225 E. ANDREWSFull For $7495! ': I

2133 N.W. 6th St. 372-4191 thy Mrs.Byers Rachel, Mrs.Sasser Helen, Timo-M. Line F.R.M. F..ds Jeanette Will Trade : Lex And Jeanette Baker Can Place I
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I 16 ApplyFor Liquor PermitsTwo - - - - - - -

of sixteen applicationsfor have-six such licenses, basedon square feet- and with a seatIng of both license Is $400. .the 3 second ribbon change
licenses to sell alcoholic one for each 2,500 rest capacity; for at least 150. Outlets In Bradford now .
beverages In Bradford County; dents. It must also be
qualified by selling 3.2 percent beer will
have been completed and domed The Holiday Inn of Starke the Hotel Commission. __ _
be able to sell beer with a --
Into the District Supervisor for a
will submit application
higher alcoholic content after
of Division of Beverages license for for n747PW ;
club or special Requirements the special
the result of the wet-dry election -
Ed Ashley In Jacksonville.The sale of liquor by the drink, hotel-motel license Is has been certified by
two names of personsor which Is granted for eligible that it have at least 100 rooms. the Secretary of State. Per
firms could only be released motels, hotels or restau Special club license are available mission asked by some out- /;
by State Director Win rants. There Is no limit on to chartered or Incorporated lets to sell wine will also be
ston W. Wynne, Division of the number of such special clubs. The cost considered, said Ashley.Innocent.
Beverages In Tallahassee. licenses which may be Is
Wynne was out of town during sued.
press time and Leonard For those applying for licenses 2 FoundTwo
Ivey, State Licensing Super It is necessary for
visor, said that the two applications them to be finger printed, persons were found not Judged Crews not guilty; for Dz. i
In full form were processed through the FBI, guilty; In County; Court non- the charge. r
probably not turned In an Informed show proof of housing to use jury trials Monday with Judge Two other persons also r
notice that It was coming license, and show that the Elzle Sanders presiding. made It out of court without Mll
was sent by Ashley to location Is properly zoned.It Clinton Dreyfus Benton, m, paying a fine. Johnny Andrews 1 '
prepare Wynne. Is not required that the was charged with driving while was found guilty; of ul ''r
Legal sale of alcolholic be- building be present, but does under the Influence of alcoholic having an Improper muffler !
verages was decided In require the location to build ii
beverages but was found but was released with a warning -
a 2,051-1,919 vote In Bradford one.Ashley not guilty; by Judge Sandersand William Lee Newham,
County; April 3. says he doesn't know the case was disposed of. Jr. was charged with havingno
Ashley said that 15 of the Just how long Director Wynne Benton told the Judge he had valid Inspection certificateand
applications are fqr "quota"licenses will accept applications beforehe had a couple of beers but was released without fine. dF
to operate retail package starts considering them. was not intoxicated: Steven Kenneth Davis failed to appear
stores.lie said the county The special license, costing Lester Crews was charged In court, and a warrantfor
; as a whole, Including tall $600, Is available for restaurants with falling to report an accident his arrest was Issued and
municipalities, Is eligible with at least 2,500' Judge;! Sanders ad- bond set at$251.Local 1.l 744i d,* .,,

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Sewer Crisis Berries Still StrongStrawberries KH Development. -

(Prom Page 1)) holding strong for production Bradford Is done Prices all right.were"down-this week (from P0g 1)) i-Tu 1 soY! NEEDS

the Reno section which the growers who shipped 7,600 from the early season $4 ave- ey before 1974-75, unless appropriations will come up for final actionat I I
council la making a priority; flats at an average of $3.50 rage per flat. Carter pointsout recently vetoedby the Stewards Foundation
Item to push through but which from the Old Lawtey Market that California and Lou- the Administration, are board meeting In Wheaton on : HELP.The :
keeps getting delayed, rehabilitation the first three days of isiana berries are hitting the restored.The May 17.CUBB. YOUR .
lines In
of leaking this week. market now. Bradford's Stewards Foundation is
the present system, and extending three weeks with the smallest operating six Christian DirectorsTo
"I expect by the last of now I I II
the system to reach amount of competition begins and also lends Club Needs Your
the week to be picking more hospitals, money : :
outlying areas not now served. berries than now If we get In mid-March. for the construction cha Meet Apr. 23

$70,400 Ruckman to put said sewer It will Into take the the weather" says grower- pick Carter for shipping says growers the next could few pels.operation The of construction the retirement and The April meeting of the I Help So That They May Help ,
shipper Morris Carter. It Is
Estelle Street area of Reno, weeks If the present cool weather Board of Directors of CUBB
would be
community first
Including $40,000 for a required shipping combination of Car- continues to hold. Hot undertaking of this nature, Economic Agency, Inc. will t This Boy And Others In I II
ter and L. M. Buddy) Nor-
station. It was decided be held on Monday, April 23,
lift days and hot sun would bringan and will probably be "the
to proceed with paving man that Is selling most of earlier end to the season. biggest thing In Keystone at 8 p.m. at the Civil Defense Bradford Co. In Their Many I II
the Bradford I
berry product-
the 1,250 feet of Estelle Streetas building In Starke, with Rev.
Heights, a spokesman said.
planned. Extending lines Ion. Many Bradford growers Ultimate plans would also include John Haymon, president, pre I I II
Community Projects .
to a second area of Reno "I'm selling all can get, have already opened their apartments and motel u- siding. t
would cost an additional $57- Carter said Wednesday mor- fields to pickers. All meetings of the CUBB .
000, a total of $127,400. ning. Quality has been good nits.Purchase Board of Directors are open
of the
the first three of this property -
days City to the public/ I II I
Finding and closing week, after making a recov-

an the expensive present Item system, Ruckman will be ery weeks from ago heavy when the rains county two Hearing Set WE ALSO SELL I NEW MEMBERS t

said. Using a TV camera to had; 11.73 Inches of rain THE BIG ONES
find the leaks seems to be April 1-8. Next TuesdayA
the only workable method remaining "We lost a berry crop, lost 1970 Toyota Corona 1968 Plymouth Fury I PROSPECTIVE 1 1I
to find the leaks, and them when they would have public hearing will be 4 Dr. Sedan 4 Cylinder 2 Dr. Hardtop, V8 Enp.
that will cost from $50,000to brought good money," Carter held Tuesday, Apr. 24, at Engine! 4 Speed TranaAutomatic Transmission
leaks.$80,000Just' to find the. says. "Still, the farmers have 7:30 p.m. at the City Hall mission Radio! &,Heater it Condition, Air Heater.Condition, Radio & I MEMBERS I II

on the application of W. T. $1495 $895

400 The In$66,000 Reno, clarifier and $80,000,$127-to HISTORICAL ANNUAL MEETING SOCIETYThe Jackson property for on the U.S.rezoning 301 South of 1968 Chrysler Newport 1972 VW 411 I Please Meet With Us Apr. 1

locate leaks totals $273,400, from residential to commer- Custom 4 DR. Sedan, V8 Eng 4 Dr. Sedan, 4 Cylinder
"and you still haven't fixed annual meeting of the Automatic Tranamissiou Engine, Automatic Transmission 19 1973 At 8 P.M.
any leaks," Ruckman told the Bradford County; Historical cial.The property in questionIs Air Condition, Radio 4c Radio At Heater 1 I
council. Society; will be held at the library Heater. $11)95 Plus Factory Warranty $2895
There Is no way now to puta In Starke at 7:30: p.m. of 301 located, Just on south the of west the side Alligator I We Need People To Insure That Our I II

finger on the cost of repairing Thursday, April 19. Election Creek bridge and northof 1971 VW 7 Pots. Bus 1966 Plymouth Fury III

be plugged the by lines Introducing; some can a of officers will be held at this the rezoned property, the of owner W. A.Intendsto Stern.If 4 Cylinder Engine, 4 2 Dr. Hardtop, V8 Eng.Automatic Many Civic Projects Will Be Fulfilled. I

gelatlneous mixture which will Speed Transmission, TransmissionAir I
harden, and other lines will time.WISH use the property for retail & Heater. Air Condition, Radio Ac
and wholesale building Heater.MILLERBROWN I Join A Team That
have to be replaced. I'D SAID supply and other small retail $2395 $595
Ruckman guessed at a$500-
business.All .
000 total to repair and the pre- THAT ._. persons wishing to be MOTORS, Ue. 1 Cares -
sent system put sewer heard In the matter shouldbe 1

service Then, into the engineer Reno. said, it present at the hearing, A r 4777 376 NW 455 13th I Si 1 Join The Lions 1
will take $2.5 million to extend according to L. M. Gaines, .
chairman of the City; ZonIng .... AUDI L
and water linesto VOi.KW/ .1' IR Ht _
sewer M e a e e e e e e e e a e S S e e e S S e
outlying areas now requesting "It's all right to save

service. Bobby Lew- money, but too many peopleare
is headed a group of Colley
trying to save it from
who asked
Road residents
folks they owe it to. ."
Tuesday night that sewer lines
be extended to that area which
already has city water and

electricity.Ruckman said the city should Thanks
apply for Federal funding, .
which, U it can be secured,
would be granted at the 75 jjj.
per cent Federal and 25 per
cent local participation lIe
would hazard no as to :- t
guess ;

Starke's U. S. aid chances but stressed of getting that Our First Annual Youth Steer Show and Sale

the city; should apply for a Ask Y
1974 grant. Only stipulationhe
put on that recommendation Charley .. Was A
was that the council must
be completely prepared to E. ,,
raise $451',000 locally If the '
grant Is made.Ruckman 'Bawling Success
pointed out the city; JohnsAbout
will be competing with large
cities such as Jacksonville, Many of the huge overflowing crowd was just part of the reason for its

Tampa, and Miami for the$108 who witnessed the showing Judgingand success.' Equally dedicated and hardworking .. ..
This Question "
million the State of Floridanow .J
has funded by the U. S. sale of the eleven steers exhibited by were all the various commit-

Government. "last fall, my power saws Bradford and Union County youth during tee members who planned administered -

Ruckman said he will write were stolen from the build. the Fair on April 5th were unaware and executed the entire program -
down each step of his total
fell from
recommendations and give ing site planking that this project was on sort of trial from beginning to end. And no

them to the council so the our truck, causing crash .a passing sub- basis to see If It would be a worthprogram could be as successful with-
to a
city can proceed on a step- car
by-step basis. He repeatedly contractor took his money while activity for the youngsters and out the very capable and competentan

referred to a 1962 study made but left me with his bills. adjunct to the Fair. Judging, Master-of-Ceremonylng
when he was with Reynolds, Does the Charley E. Johns Welcoming and which
Smith, and Hills, In which Agency have complete insurance It proved beyond any question that Auctioneering
many of the same recommendations we were very fortunate to have.
to protect a build. It was worthwhile on both counts and
were made to the
city.; Difference now,Ruckman ing contractor?" that henceforth It should be a con- Notwithstanding foregoing credits -
one of the major assurances of
said, Is that the project will tinuing part of the Fair program.
cost from 1.9 to 2.13 times Charley E. the success of the Show and Sale was
A of kind does not
success this
the 1962 amount.
AGENCY very substantial financial support
Street Supt. S. R. Hicks JOHNS "just happen"-- Much careful thought
said the Saratoga Heights a- given by the following individuals bus-
rea, US-301, and many old 131 So. Walnut St consideration planning and dedication iness organizations and buyers. With-

lines in the older part of the STARKE FLORIDA 32091 on the part of the exhibitors, who out them there would not have been a
city; are known to be leaky. raised, fitted and showed the steers
still muse Show and Sale.
Some sewer lines .' -
were laid In 1914 j

Among the room full of visItors Know Someone In A CONTRIBUTORSE.
Tuesday night were the t tt01J.g't D. Allen (County Commissioner) Spires, IGA Food Store of-Lake Butler
owners of Crown Builders, a Baldwin Chev.-Olds, Inc. of Starke Bellling Tire Service of Providence
firm that built 17 houses Inside Bradford-Union Cattleman's Association Blalock Meat Market of Starke
the city in the past year $ Bradford Farm Bureau Howard's Auto Parts of Lake Butler ADD ON A T SALE
totaling $300,000 and $15,000per Ralph P. Bryan (County Commissioner) Lake Butler Farm Center of Lake Butler
year to the city's tax Clay Electric- Co-Operative, Inc. Parrish's Food Store of Lake Butler
rolls according to one owner Community State Bank of Starke Rivers Hardware of Lake Butler
Sack $Have them call the CRISIS Z. W. Hamilton
Erwin. Erwin said Henry P. or H. A. Ellxson Pulpwood Producers Union County Times of Lake Butler George Grant
his firm will start no more CENTER any time Florida Bank at Starke Columbia Live Stock Market, Lake City; Bill's C. B. Radio &
houses In the city and may 'night, 804 SW 2nd Ave. Farm Bureau Ins. (Gainesville) Guaranty; Federal Savings & Loan of Starke Thomas BP 011 of Starke
move to another area once help with oflife's t Farmers and Dealers Bank of Lake Butler Wainwright Farms, Starke Alachua Milling Co
the five under constructionnow 'or a variety I
Farmers Mutual Exchange (Starke) High Springs Milling Co. Farm Service Credit, Gainesville
are completed.A problems. D. M. Hale (Farm Bureau Ins., Lake Butler Wliford Croft, Lake ButlerBUYERS Ralph P. Bryan
delegation from the Cham-
Keystone State Bank
ber of Commerce, Including I DIAL 1-800- t Lake Butler Rotary Club New Robert Englander Cash Motel
Feeds, Worthington
President Marc Jackson, Springs
Mid-Florida (S. D. )
Hauling Lyons Worthington Springs
China Tung Oil, Inc. (J. V. Edwards)
Maxie Carter, John Torode, 3425364Free R. S. Mullins DVM (Starke)
Mar-Wood Acres
Mrs. Sandra Reddish, John t I O'Steen & Son Saw i Store (Lulu)
Of Charge Edwards Cattle &
Angus Farm
Bradley, Judge Elzie San- Dave Paulk (County; Commissioner) Jim Cason Lake
ders, and Manager John My- GAINESVILLE-----
Robert's Cash Feeds of Worthington Springs Robert G.
also present. PopeDuke's
ers was
Roscoe Seay Logging of Worthington Springs Grocery & Market
Fair Starke
Rotary Club I of Starke
Seminole I Stores, Inc (Ocala) H. S. Camp & Son Packing Co., Ocala Town House Restaurant, Lake Butler
Edward Shadd
Farmers & Dealers Bank, Lake Butler
Dave Shuford ( Commissioner)
Are you and your Starke Clvltan Club Winn-Dixie (Mr. Bill Snead) L.Garnet E. Andrews L. Dukes
John Torode, Starke
Ernest Triest of Keystone Heights Bradford-Union Cattleman's Assn. Eli wm Cigar & Candy Co.
= family going to Union County; Farm Bureau
I Gainesville Livestock Market Country Kitchen at Gainesville
Walter F. Williams Coastal Station !
suffer again this The Bradford County; Telegraph, Inc. Sheriff Dolph ReddishBradford MarketAnd
Gilbert S. Brown (Clerk, Bradford County) County; Farm Bureau
? Brown's Refrigeration of Starke Ray Crawford
Coastal Oil, Inc. of Lake Butler Jack WilkinsonHarold
E. I. Dupont DeNemours & Co., Inc. H. Henning, Gainesville
Farmbest, Inc. of Jacksonville L. J. Kite, Jr.
Farm Mart Building Supply of Starke Gainesville Stockman Supply
Florida Pest Control and Chemical Co. of Starke
Goodman's Standard Service Station of Starke

find out how Jackson Building Supply of Starke, Fla., Inc.
(Marc Jackson) .
little it costs to air condition Charley E. Johns Agency; Inc. of Starke ',;t '.
J. R. Kelly (Tax Collector) of Starke ,
your entire house with Chrysler Airtemp. Mary's Florist of Worthington Springs (Mary Ellxson} "

You'll be surprised at the low cost! Dolph E. Reddish (Sheriff) I
Elzie S. Sanders (County Judge)
Southern Discount Company of Starke
Taylor's Store of Worthington Springs
/ .re-" CHRYSLER.
--/irtemp !To".o i o

322 Stark.Brownie. Fla. I; We Wish To Express Our Very Sincere

CALL US NOW 964.8363

STARKE APPLIANCE Appreciation For This Support 1

Where Work Fair Prices Is Our Pride.and Quality BRADFORD UNION CATTLEMAN'S ASSOCIATION

Professional l Repairman Employed

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April 19, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pag 7 ,

I I LAW E Y J.R.R. Norman Norman, 26, of Dies out being On given DutyJames around noon Greetings 'alEastertitug' | rr=ao T"Tao

Lawtey. died suddenly whileon for a retiring member of the itr \

By ElUattttt duty with the 653rd Engin- unit, James A. Christmas, c
CHURCH ACTIVITIES AND eering Battalion at Camp and appeared In good spirits''' I.
SCHEDULES Miss Elizabeth Terry was a Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bar- Blandlng. when he left about 12:20: to r-----------------------

Grace United Methodist guest of her sister.! Mrs.CJE. field of Powder Springs, Ga., A radio operator with the return to the range control '

urch Sunday School, 9:45 Strickland In Gainesville spent Thursday Through Sun- unit, Norman was found dead, building t MONEY FOR YOU !iI
a.m. Tuesday to Thursday. day with their mother. Mrs. lying on his back In the radio Sgt. Norm was born In
WorshipServices a.m. Mrs. Jim Burton, H.L. Barfield, and to be The Duval County I
and 7 p.m.MYF ') Mr. and near' range control building. on Sept. 181946. LOANS FOR ANY PURPOSE
followed by Choir Monday p.m. of Jacksonville, spent Tuesday their father, II. L. Barfield body was found about 1:15: p.m. He was a member of the I

Thursday t-vening; Practice., Apm with their mother Mrs. P.L. who Is In St. Luke's hospital Saturday by Col. Clyde A. Lawtey Masonic Lodge and : Pay Income TaxConsolidate
19th, Maundy Thursday Ser- Dinkins, Another daughter Jacksonville Martin Jr. who went to the the Lawtey Baptist Church. '
Mrs. Horace Cox, of Waldo to see why Surviving are his wife Dar-
vices were held at Grace Un- Mrs. Joyce Futch, of Brunswick control building Your Debts
ited Methodists Church. Rev. spent Friday with her. Ga. spent the weekend incoming calls were not being lene Bennett Norman; three .
Jim Mrs. Glen Williamson, of with her sister Miss answered.Two sons, James, Kenneth, and
Thompklns, of Ralford, Eliza- Buy New Spring Clothes
will serve Holy Community. Macclenny visited her mother beth Terry. She was a din- medical doctors, who Kevin Norman; and his mother I
The Sunday School will Mrs. Floy Bennett, in Brad- ner guest Sunday with the are members of the unit,were Mrs. Elsie Norman, all '
ent an Easter Program.pres- ford County Hospital, and took Benton Futches.Walter summoned and pronounced of Lawtey. I M Blake RejMtir On Car Or HomeTOWN
Highland Baptist Church her home with her for awhile. Hogue and niece Norman dead. One of the doc- Funeral services were heldat I I II

Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Grant, Mrs. Daniel Massey, of tors, Capt. Earl H. Eye, Jr., 2 p.m. Monday In the Law- : FINANCE CO. I II
ship Services II a.m. and of Orlando, spent the weekend Naples spent the weekend with of the University Hospital, tey Baptist Church with Rev. I
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- with their brother-in-law and his brother-in-law, Rev. A.E. Jacksonville listed the cause E. C. Harvey conducting. Interment 226 N. TEMPLE AVE. I
and Mrs.Jim Rosier Mem- In Oak Grove Cemetery I
sister Mr. "unknown. was -
Massey. They of death as
nesday, 7:30: p.m. followed by met Daniel
Choir Practice. and the H.I I. Brlces. Massey here and returned ber of Norman's family said under direction of De- I
The children from Faith Mr. and Mrs. Simon Dentonof home Sunday. he had had a heart murmur Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. I

Children's Homes at Tampaand Boynton Beach spent the Mr. and Mrs Danny Thompson since birth.Norman Military rites were confer- [It's Easy To Borrow And Easy To Repay The Town Finance Way. I II

Melbourne were Saturday week with their soninlawand Kevin and Brian of Jacksonville was a sergeantwiththe red at the grave.
daughter Rev. and Mrs. National Guard unit, and I Loans Up To $600
overnight guest In the different were dinner guests of
homes at Highland Don Denton and family. Other their parents Mr. and Mrs. had been employed as a full I II
Lindy McGowan, Superin- guests during the week were Fred Moore on Thursday time technician at Blanding The mark of success in life I Let UN Help You With Your
their sisters. Mrs. Billy Mit- since 1969 where he was sto- I I1
tendent of both homes the evening.
was Is the number of federal
and Mrs. Dot Annual I Income Tux Return
guest speaker Sunday Mor- chell and Kip of Miss Arthurlne Blanchardand rage foreman at the forms you. can identify by
ning. Dinner was served on Mazzaferro also Boyton Mrs.Ernest Wells,visited Equipment Pool. number. - -- - -- - - -
Beach and Mrs. Thelma her sister Members of the unit said
the ground at noon In their Mrs. Ruth Bar-
honor. Fagan George and Tammy thlow, of Mlddleburg, on Sat- that Norman attended a cook-
of Paisley.Mr. urday afternoon.
and Mrs. Charles Sims
personals and Mr. and Mrs.Casey Dobbs
Friends of Ray Rosier are Sympathy of the commun- -
and Terri all of Jacksonvillewere
happy that he was able to return ity Is extended to Mrs. James uu re
of their parents '
guests u
home Tuesday after Norman and sons, due to the + 00 to..NIN
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs
sudden death of /
spending several days In their husbandand
Bradford County Hospital. on Sunday. father James Norman,
of SelmaEunice
Friends Mrs.
Sympathy Is extended to the and to his mother Mrs. Elsie -
to learn that she
relatives and friends of Mrs. Norman.Mr. .
is a surgical patient in Baptist -
Arthue Peace who passed away
Monday morning.Mr. Hospital Jacksonville.Her and Mrs. Everett Oliver -
mumber is 701. She
roon of Starke were supper
and Mrs. Ed Sweat, of
Fayetteville, N.C. and Mr. and will appreciate cards and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lu- I

Mrs. James Durham of Jack- visits. ther Hilliard and family last
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moore
Saturday evening.H. .
dinner guestsof
of Live Oak, called on their
their aunt, Mrs. Hester L. Townsend of Maple- y
Hicks on Wednesday. cousin, Miss Elizabeth Terry ton, Ga., spent the weekend 2 SAVE UP TO T\\
on Friday. with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth


/I ls. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mobleyof .:- ,
1111 n(1 ':11. S--
Tampa spent the weekend

with their brother-in-law and ; i
Vegetable sister Mr. and Mrs. Jack rp'JfJ G

w Kuhne and family. _
Mrs. G. W. Anders returned '' ''
Plants home from St. Vincent's TO'IiE'BOWl, I ,.., yap .+, i

Hospital, Jacksonville, on Sat- J y d1 r1i'

urday after having had sur- tLEANE-,., :
gery there on Friday. -:----....--- .
Tray 47 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Da- ]

vies of Amber, Pa., and Mr. '--- Qg( <
and Mrs. Scott Davies, of _
Wahiawa, Hawaii, arrived last / __

\ EASTER Thursday and will spend some
1 time with their parents, Mr. :: Leading Lady, ,
'! : and Mrs. Benjamin Mc ully.
J.=,:,\ J LILLIES On Sunday evening, their bro- ...':'!'.."...,: -,; 200 tount
try t ther-in-law and sister, Mr. ;
,.. Facial Tissue
2.99 and Mrs. Sidney DeYoung of
6 to 10 Bloom Fullerton, Calif arrived fora Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner Men's White Short Sleeve Shirts Men's Imported

visit. Removes stains disinfects" Leading Lady tissues are soft as a Famous Maker Leather Dress Shoes

Bud & Joe Mrs.Dorko Ernest, took Wells their, and grandchildren Mrs.- deodorizes. A liquid disinfectant, free. whisper So attractively.. and yet tinted wondrously loo. Your strong. .65'; polyester 35. cotton Baoutifully Madam I Italy I Ch I from I fashionable
that bowl clean and odor lustrous white, with long
gets tailored in dose
Roses 2.99 Donna and Art choice of white, pink and yellow. boots, oxfords -, styles. "JiBlack
Bloom Net 16 Fl. Ozs. ((1 Pint) point collar styling. Sizes 14'] to 17 ""ro.6
From. '
Green, back to Albany Ga. or brown leather Sues 7 to .12 -'
flrilllir' jOur
on Wednesday. .
Misses Debbi Napier of Forest DI..uer P"n ., You'd. Expect To
Lake Academy Orlando Our DI...... Prlc' W.. 2/39/ Pay Up To D
and Sherri Napier of Jacksonville w..4b1< 0., D....vnr P".. .196 522.95 a Pair.
F.P.C. DoesIt spent the weekend w.zac .

with their grandparents, Mr. t1.? NO' .'.. J', 'L F'
IN AI., -Ae
and Mrs. B. L. Wtlklson Sr. /--Ti: :
Mrs. Wilma Wainwright, MN ) T I r r .
Mrs. Patricia Sanders, Denise Coppertone I ,
Lisa and Cathy of Jacksonville Suntan Oil or Lotion Men's Famous Boys' 100*. Polyester
Load and Wayne and E- Cappert09e LIMIT 2 Blue Levis ? Knit Pants

WEED FREE laine Wainwright, attended 4 oz. t t Flare leg sty

Prices wedding of Miss Sherry Wainwright 0''...... w America s { with 2 frontpockets
daughter of Mr. and U 1. APPAOVEa MO0E1 I .. l.. y l and 2
.' + ___ 6031 .w.. Ira ;v. original lean| s
Mrs. Louie Lee Wainwright ,l..W .. that are famous .1 bock pockets
Composted And Shredded and Kenneth Hansen, of Tal Slrutl014"1 I i for rugged Matching zipper,
7 % lahassee. The wedding was Juliette Portable AM/FM Radios Grill W/Hood & Motor r7rz/ Band-Aid Plastic Styling and Readytowearnstantly

Horse Manure Will Not solemnized In Talla Villa Club Vinyl, leatherette cabinet. Sturdy, removable tripod steel I gAND AID 2 Strips-70's With 'r1 sturdy tailoring after
Burn House on April 7. Precision direct tuning control. legs. Rustproof, chrome plated ZO Free Barracked at rT wi rhi gA'
NITROGEN Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Boy- 90 day Juliette, Warranty. adjustable| grid. fBEE points of strain rt< -rr
1.37 ette and family were dinner Model FPR1274A SAVE 3.O2 2-spit, SAVE 3.oa D.... :. riI I 11 I. Blue Shrink-to-' Sizes 6 ti< 16
2.29 .. .
COMPOSTED Reg.. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud positions. .... "01 ." yT F1 It'callan, donim

Creel, of Lake City Satur- 1594 '" Ban Roll On Deodorant f Sues 29 to 38 j
day evening. Our Dl.count tMeo Our> Discount: Pflc 1 ." rwC
.. l2cE .
MANURE Cypress Mr. and Mrs. Donald WIl- _w..lt_ _ _ _ _ _ ban ow D......., 1.5 oz. :, I. ?
klson Jr. Daniel Wilkison P v1 .
40 LB. BAG Jane 1 Qt. Eagle ; l" f: Men's T-shirts
and Miss Gillespie, and Qt. Prestone ;;
Mulch Marcus Jerrltt all of Jacksonville Windshield / r- DI or Briefs

were Saturday over- ('a% -- 1'i' 30W40 Motor Oil !::::: Sunburn I = ... 1 1..50' polyester
of Mr. and Mrs. .
night guests NondetergenISelected 4 oz.
Retains Moisture Wind Donald Wllklson Sr. Just pour into BURN 0..01.... Men's 100. Stretch y I'D otton'
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robertson washer unit I P.,.. w.. tr Nylon SocKsAssorted tailored
Proof pure virgincrude
Decorative were weekend guests of rAEMI1E0 Cuts road film. ?. }f4 in white.
their brother-in-law and sis L0 Improves Er.:1:::: Heat ,... popular S.M.L
WASHER visibility r'...._. colors I Sites 'ID- t 13
1.47 ter Mr. and Mrs. Votie Mer- I : ,. Dissolves resistant 3GO .- r....rr_ I and XL
edith and other relatives at !;: Non-corrosivr ."::: ." SAVE 15'7. 117.I
3 Cu. Ft. Bag. Enterprise Opp, and Elba salt. SAVI24% EliIiIiiJ" .

Ala.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Allinder f. --I I ; \ .,..hl 0. D...pun. P...._ \ I1SI
and baby of Gainesville were ,, ._ I'' 'b. B w..J.t:1 [ 0. Duu.mPnes .
Free .25 Package Vegetable Seed 0. D : Woo 3.2 96I I IIII.
guests of their uncle and aunt, .. IlW. I -
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest I .- ':" I J 17 Ft. Re-Web I Kits<

While They Last last Thursday evening.Mr. Dur- I I Ill) II 4-Pc I Full Length I::.: .. Easy-to-use. y;( '\ Ladles'Plastic Ladies' 100% Cotton

and Mrs.Raymond 1 I (II Door Mirrors ::IJ. tf Sturdy & durable ( i f 100.. Nylon Denim Slacks
ban and Chris of Macclenny r fq I Canister I rT I \ .I, polypropylene.Assorted .. \. <' Knit Shirts
of their brother- % Sanforized, blue
were guests I .14 1 X 50Genuine I t colors '
in-law and sister Mr. and i Sets hard I Beautiful easy-care denim with flare I

Mrs. O. J. Boyette last Sun- SU6g8 .Durable. I I wood frame t' SAVE 36'7. tops ,n assorted lag sty y
Argentine day. During the day they call- if rust Galvanicelectro / styles+ and colors 6 it rot!

LB. .99 ed on their parents Mr. and I proof. a copporploted to please \ arid I pc

Bahia Mrs. Marvin Rosier. Seals ,in I. I" for 0..03..un.0.3. ,.. -..- p, everyone A closure.White
flavor. I I Y lasting we.4k56 '. Sues' .Hip i -hugging
.. Sizes 8 18L .
with gold, I beauty 32 38. to
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye !; L Ll \ "' "
avocado or SAVE 20% I ,r---- Superlectric 1{ SAVE lay
Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Tommy I SAV 147.f
Penscola Talley, of Gainesville Mr. orange tops. 1 f' ,.;.r- '. Oscillating \ ;
and Mrs. Jason Hllliard and 0.,01. ... P.,I.. CB3; / -UI \ Fans r ,..
LB. ..49dCON son, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie III... ( L f fJ .. ,,0..0,0._, .' P.... w.
Bahia Hllliard, of Jacksonville As\\ U.L. I Woo 3.41
and Mrs. .::;-- .
were guests of Mr. Shoe Bagf > :' listed
Bag '
Vinyl Lb.
4 r'O
Eagle '
John C. Tye, Jr., and daughter # Large
Johnetta' of South Day- or Handbag u 1Aa 10" Chlordane' 4 ;r tip proof & Boys' Ladies'

tona. The occasion was a family Caddy For lawn, base. 1 LeatherChukka Dress Shoe

Your dinner and blrttiday\PU--\\ *> Shoe bog anthills, Multipleposition ClearanceMen's
ty hMwrlngv.lphn8\tta'a (gist l ; holds 6 CNLOAOANE flower beds .t t V Boots Nor Ash r
1 t i mechanism.
''RATS 1 LB. Mr. and Mfi) .9"a <*'?, N
1.57 All Tank and children (jnJSKsonvlJe, stares 8handbags. around ,
were dinner guAsfcT'of their buildings s- E s- Tan leather with 7-eyelet S. of
mother Mrs; iBtftSwLnn lace tie Crepe soles. .graup
'EIIJ Sprayers Sunday evening? y {' IAVI UP TO 23'7. SAVE 14% 2.00 Boys': sues: 3'j--6' BOYS' quality fashion: vmy style' t SAVE 2$'. I

Meal l Mens'' sixes. Sues, 5 to 10.
.. "sr 52-12
-Arthurlne Blanchard ....r Our Ol.. P.,.. aSAVI $6.74. ... .._
1 LB. 1.37 10 % O.IF .. ..chard her sister at Baker Miss County Enza Our.Dl.c.unt. NE..a&,!. 0. D.w.. ,' I w..ir 4un:*'7a. n"W.0.... P"

ring home In Macclenny

539 E, Call Mrs. Betty Tresca, and Mrs.r*:: 312 W. MADISON AVE. J if'OU'RE; NOT SHOPPING AT EAGLES USE OUR COXVFNFVT:

PEST G. L. Peterson of Keystone STARK.F1.0RI 'TAM1LY v
Fla Heights were guests
of her son-ln-law\ and daughter PHONE 964-7513 SAVING MONEY! LAYAWAY PLAN.
.. GARDEN CENTER Sunday., Mr. and Mrs.Robert lie, J




6RADFOH0 CO KeystonemilJigrap toeoooei -

Heights t:

Area Tin'GRAND


Pag.8 TELEGRAPH April 19, 1973

Keystone Will Seek HelpOf 1\/1'IIr11,Lawrence' '' 1Ip.,0I.Blvd.. FI".

I1"',,"l 'Ii' 1l.I" lru_ ...;" .,.}

Counties In Sewer PlanKeystone ,

Heights must move should go ahead with interim it was possible that additional Johnny Denson, representing -
to a regional concept for Its plan on an area basis in order area might be annexed to Congressman Bill Chap-
proposed sewer project If It to have Its house in order the city in the near future. pell and also, by special request -
hopes to receive a Federal when funds become avail- Rep. Don Fuqua,pledged
grant for construction funds, able again. Bradford Commission the assistance of both Representatives -
Bill Sabas, member of the Sabas suggested a tripar- Chairman Bryan said he could L'\smoothing the
city's engineering firm told tite agreement between Key- not make a commitment for way In Washington for the
the Council Tuesday night. stone and Clay and Bradford his entire board, indicated hoped-for want.
Sabas said the cost of pre- Counties for the sharing of that he and the other mem-
paring a regional evaluation of expense on the inital cost bers would welcome further I
sewer requirements In the of the interim plan. discussion of the proposed KII StudentsTo
Keystone area might run as Mayor Starnes said he project.
high as $9,000, but could be would recommend to the Coun- Chairman Fox said he would Present I Professional
only half of that amount, depending cil that the City of Keystone arrange contacts with the two
upon the factors involved share some of the cost even county boards and solicit their Musical ToWoman's Carpet Layers
However, he said that for the outside city area,since participation in the project.
under the revised regulationsof &
the EPA (EnvironmentalProtection ; I =::f:.... a. : ClubThe
Agency) the out- Home Decorators

side area must be includedto covered dish
monthly To Advise You
become eligible for Rrant.
luncheon of the Woman's Club
The City had already paid of Keystone Heights will be ysxIlll
the engineering firm $1,700for held on Tuesday, April 24,
a study of the area within at noon In the clubhouse.A .
the City limits, which was musical program will be
considered sufficient beforeE presented by students of the
PA changed the ground rules. Keystone School. There will
This shift in direction pos- also be a short business meet-
es new problems for the City,
Ing, a very important one
and Sabas said it would not Director will be Iilt
as a new i l lw
be fair for Keystone to pay nominated and elected.
all of the cost for the reg- Hostesses for the luncheon
ional study when areas in will be Mrs. A. P. Hallman
Bradford and Clay Counties Mrs. J. C. Hanson, Mrs. R.Hayes lie 11 nl ifii I
would also be benefitted. lie ][ ; Mrs. J. D. Henderson -
suggested that these govern- Mrs. E Howe, Mrs. F. Colors
mental units be asked to sharein Ilowell, Mrs.E.Johnson,Mrs.
the cost. i W. Johnson, Mrs. W. Keeth,
Mayor Starnes said that Mrs. S. E. Kennedy, Mrs. A.
commissioners from both Ketch, Mrs. E. Kimmons and lit* fort*
Bradford and Clay counties Mrs. C. King.Members .
were Invited to attend Tuesday's / Sheriff Plans reminded to
C/fiy County are ADEALLfE'/
meeting. Bradford was
change the date of the May ,
represented by Commission Hike card party from the fourthto
County Safety Program:
Chairman Ralph Bryan, but the eleventh in the year GI .
Clay County did not show. book due to conflict of dates.
Hobert D. Dillard, pollu- Clay County Sheriff Jen- ther information and schedu-
tion control consultant for the nings Murrhee has announced ling this worthwhile pro- Indoor (0 II (
Northeast Region, Departmentof a countywide:; "Bike Safety gram," Sheriff Murrhee said. Mrs. Jo /{t'rIlnvTlajor $2Fr99 Dsns. Nylon
Pollution Control, offered 1:; Program," which will :5 Popular) ( olor*..
assistance of his agency to include a lecture on the Role sq. >'d. SHAG
help the City obtain the necessary proper operation, required Miss Lana Bunds
funds. lie said the equipment, Bike safety, and Bride-Elect In Bank U'""WII HI-LO FHA Approved
regional concept was need- state laws regarding blc'cles. From
ed because EPA looked at Murrhee said the programis Honored Mrs. Josephine Reed, vice $499
At Tea
the population growth factor necessary since more t president and cashier of the 7 Luxurious i dolorsTo : I Extra 32
and this would be more impressive bicycles and motor bikes Keystone State Bank, had a ..," Heavy oz.
if expanded to a lar- were sold last year than Miss Lana .Marie Bunds of major role in the Southeastern Choose Nylon Shag 5.99
ger area, rather than con- automobiles, withh bike fatal. Tullahoma Tenn., June 30 South Central, Southern
fined to the city limits of sties increasing 20 percent. bride-elect of Dwight R. Arnold and Florida Quad-Regional From $3.99 sq. >'d.Fllntkof. .
Keystone. The program will be conducted Jr., was honored witha Conference of the National
Major; Starnes said that by Deputy Hal Blalock. bridal tea April 7 at the Association of Bank Women
when the original study was The goal of the programis home of Mrs. W. Q. Dowl- Inc. One of seven such meet-
made, for the cltj only, the to encourage bike safety ing.Assisting ings scheduled during the *, 5, + a t' ,,
cost of the sewer system was and prevent loss of lifethe Mrs. Dowling for spring for NABW members .r111 ]a4 y'
estimated at $1,267,000. It sheriff said. Two bicycleswill the occasion was Mrs. il. L. the Conference was held A- Vinyl Asbestos Tile V
would be considerably more be on display'--one with Morgan. pril 5-8, at \the DeSoto Hilton -
than that for the expandedarea all the safety requirement, The tables were decorated Hotel, Savannah, Ga. PEEL & STICK; ; 5 PPS
he said. and one that was involved In with lace table clothes over Mrs. Reed is NABW reg-
Sabas said that the "grant a fatality. Bikes will be Inspected pink underling. Bouquets of ional vice president for the
picture for 1973; and 1974 do and certificates Is- flowers placed throughout the Florida Region. Her official FOR
not look good," since all available sled at the close of the pro- home carried out the spring duties Involve coordinating
money has already gram. theme. NABW activities within the
been committed for priority "Schools and organizations Lana was presented with a region, keeping the member-
projects in'' big cities. lie are encouraged to call the goblet in her chosen crystal ship advised on all phases DOITYOURSELFERS
said, however, that the city Sheriffs Department for fur- pattern.Out of the broad ranging pro-
of town guests for the grams of the organization "
tea were several of Lana's and promoting membership Each
sorority sisters from the University expansion. During her yearlong 28. was 36 t
of Florida and three term of office, she also
Keystone of the grooms cousins from personally visits each group,

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Stuff fishing contest for the
week ending April 15' were: : Shag Rake With
Bill E. Costello, of Starke, F.Bgnll :
9 lb., 8 oz. black bass caughtin Each 40 yd. Purchase
a local lake with live shi- Francis P. Egan, 78, of
ners. Keystone Heights, died Sat- Of Shag Carpeting
urday in Gainesville hospital

Jack Revels, of Ralford, 2 after an extended illness. .. ... .. .. .. $4.95 Volu.
lb., 1 oz, speck, fishing local broker.lie was a retired real estate I ..". ,
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Walter B. Penrose of Surviving is his wife, Helen .. -.I."J .1..1..1
Starke, 15 oz. bream, from Egan, of Keystone Heights. 22'1":\
local lake using live crick- A memorial service was
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Several other nice catches Jones Memorial Chapel, Keystone JTtlJTY1'OP
What Price Safety came in during the week. Heights, with Rev.
R. L. Malphurs of Santa Fe Leamon Ward and Rev. Stuart
Lake had a 5 lb. 8 oz. bass, McCord conducting. Inter-
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: By KH LADIES GOLF ASSOCIATIONThe of the Keystone Heights In Hollywood. family of A. A. Sargent of McKay. Mrs.; Van Gleet's husband tulations. Betty!
, Rotary ladles enjoyed their PTSA met this past Thurs- They stopped by Las Vegas Warthen, Georgia who passed now deceased, worked Thomas Ketch, son of Mr.
., monthly business meeting and day with their guest speaker and saw Andy Williams away this past week. He was with Mr. McKay, Gene Hac- and Mrs. Arthur Ketch, was
A banner crowd was on hand Interact boys.Barbara luncheon on April 5 with hostesses being Dr. Phillip Clark, and the Lennon Sisters, visIted the brother of Mrs. Stella ker and George Knoblock for In Keystone this past weekendfor
for the special event dedicated Farris then for the luncheon being director of the Center of Community friends in Salt Lake City Stanley Miss Beulah Sar many years with the A. D. T. a visit with his parents.
to the Interact Club following introduced by Vic Clvltarese was Miriam Cantrell and Lois Education at the University and also several other things. gent and Mattie Sargent's bro- (American District Tel Thomas is now living in Ac-
their return from com- who proclaimed her Walker. of Florida.Dr. I don't know how they man- ther-in-law. egraph). worth, Ga.
petition with all Interact Clubs body's sweetheart. Barbara's every- Winners for the day were Clark explained what aged to cram so much acti- Don't forget the Keystone Dr. and Mrs. Jones were H/A
from District 694 at the Key- mother, Mrs. Dot Farris,was Virginia Corey, first low net Community Education is and vity into Just two weeks. Heights School Arts Festi- recent guests of Mrs. Albert U.S. Patricia E. Drew
stone Rotary Club meeting on hand to be congratulatedfor and Mae Henderson coming what effects it has on a community Mrs. Townsend(Marie)Dent val in the park, April 28. Nelson but have now returned Navy, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs.
James F
Friday April !13, In MasonIc being their chaperone on in second. lie also showed a has Just returned home after It should really be a grand to their home In Swath- Lake Geneva will, Drewof
Hall. the trip to Tallahassee.Hill The Redfearn girls, Kathy film called "To Toucha being hospitalized at River- affair. more, Pa. gradu-
The Interact Club was first Brannon then Introduced and Gloria won for the day Child" which was made in side Hospital In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starnes Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Teagueof Hospital ate on April 19 from the
runner-up with their theme the main speaker of the with their fine putting.It Flint, Michigan. I understand she Is recover- returned recently from their Birmingham, Ala.have been Corpsman Schoolat
the Great
"The Keystone Story." Also, day, Jack Thompson, assist- was also announced that lie said that the idea behind ing nicely from her surgery. trip to Augusta, Ga. where the house guests of Mr. and Lakes Naval
their Sweetheart, Barbara ant coach of the "Fighting the Ladles Club Championship Community Education Is Nice to have you homel! they attended the Masters Golf Mrs. A.F.Mintz.Mrs.Teagueis been Training Station. She has
assigned to the Naval
Farris was first runner-up Gators." tournament will be held to open up the schools facilities Also returning home this Tournament. They reportedthat Mrs. Mintz sister. Hope Hospital Jacksonville
In the beauty competition. Jack presented filmed high- April 23 24 instead of the and provide programsfor past week from the North the golf course was beau- you caught some fish while Miss Drew
entered the
Al Watson, sponsor of Interact lights of the 1972 Universityof 12-13. any and all age groupsin 'Florida Regional Hospital in tiful this time of year and you were here, Mr. Teaguel Navy in August 1972 and
since it's inception,introduced Florida Football season. All players have to be 18- the community. There are Gainesville was Eddie Gard- had a very exciting time.A. Betty Walden received a Iongevlty -, received her basic
all the members and Following the film a years-old and have an estab- presently 18 counties in the ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hathaway and his daugh- award this past week- Orlando. She is trainingat
also announced the following tion and answer period ques-was lished handicap to enter.Tee- state of Florida under this Q. Gardner of Lake View ter, Mrs. Persia Van Cleefof end for having served General graduate of a 1972
officers! for next year. Hank held. Crux of the whole session off time: Monday, 11 a.m. and program. Drive. Glad to hear you are Cooperstown, N. Y. are Electric in Jacksonville for High School. Keystone Heights
Morgan, president; Ricky decided that the "Ga- Tuesday, 9 a.m. The regular meeting of the feeling better, Eddie. the house guests of S. E. the past 20 years. CongraClClaaDaaaClaQaQaaOQDaDaa-
Schultz: vice-president The tournament will be PTSA will be held Thursday, Col. Dent Ingram of Los
; Andy ,tors" will be In a great position Faa Da a a CI ClClCI ClDaaaaClaClac 4aa aaaQDaaCaaaa aaa09SCOTT'S
Fraser, Corresponding sec- to qualify for South- played In flights according to April 19 at 7:30 p.m. at the Angeles, California was a
retary; Darrell White, press eastern Conference honors handicap. Keystone school. Program for recent guest of his mother,
secretary; John Rowland, next season.Of this meeting will include a Mrs. Fred Ingram and his REMODELINGOffice
Steve Allen and Jim Neale, the starting offensive and CARD PARTY- live demonstration on drugs aunt, Mrs. Harold Ingram,
entertainment committee. Vic defensive squads only four FASIIION SHOW PLANNEDSt. which will be presented by at their home on Lake View Phone
Clvltarese, vice president starters will be lost for the Williams Altar Societyhas the Clay County Sheriffs Of- Drive. Keystone Heights, "Fla. Horn 475-1464
this year and Hal Eisenach- 1973 season Coach Thompson a dessert card party and fice.This Douglas Baker, a visitor'of 473-4424
er, president who will begra- said. fashion show by Leila's planned should be a very interesting the McKInley family, hada
duating this year, were also for April 27 at 12:30: in and informative pro- hole in one on No. 5, shoot- Special On
Introduced. NEWS NOTES the Keystone Heights Wo gram and everyone is urgedto ing 195 yards with his three
Hal was presented a plaque man's Club. attend. wood this past week at the
by Al Watson in appreciation Mrs. Egan's News Notesdo Only $1.25 donation for Keystone Golf and Country $169.95
for his leadership abilities not in this issueof cards, the delicious dessert, COMMUNITY CHURCH Club. Congratulations, Doug- AWNINGS
Hal, in turn, surprised every- The Telegraph appear because of a view of the new Spring WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONThe las!
one by dedicating the inter- the death of her husband, fashions and a chance on the Executive Board Meet- Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Dowl- 10' x 20' Installed
Does Not Include Fl
act yearbook to Al Watson Francis P. Egan. door prizes. For reservationsyou Ing of the Community Church ing have returned from a short oorSCOTT'S
Everyone present was vlsably The column will appear next may call either Ann Na- Women will be held at 1 p.m. trip to Pompano Beach this
proud of Al Watson and the week usual. ples, 473-3165 or Emily Wahl, April 30 at the Educational past week.
as 473-3053. building.Mrs. Pete Morgan, of Fairfield, MOBILE HOME REPAIR SERVICE
Make your reservations Ernest McLean, pre Conn. has returned to his
KEYSTONE early! Where else can you sident, requests that all officers home after a recent visit with
MELROSE get such a bargain? and chairmen be pre- his brother and his family, CAN DO IT ALL .
sent as the winter monthsare the Bill Morgan's.Congratulations. r
iUSINESS DIRECTORY DUPLICATE BRIDGE now drawing to a close to Gayle
, SCORES. and many things must be set- Quagllano for placing first Air Conditioners Fla. Rooms' Skirting
On Tuesday, March 27 Mrs. tled at this meeting. Those in the Regional Science Fairin Furnaces Insurance Claims
i FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES I HARDWARE GARDENSUM'S Gay Livingston and Mrs. Ray not ablet to attend are requested Gainesville recently with Screen Rooms
Starnes came In first with to have their co- her experiment in the Physical Cool Seal Awnings Concrete Patios
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Falkel, chairmen sit in for them. Science Division on New
( Yee HARDWAREAND second; Mrs. W. J. Grollck Sources for the Paper Indus-
and Mrs. F. T. Hogue, third; FAMILY NIGHT try. She will travel to the
Fish -ITStuff and Mr. and. Mrs. Ray Hughes, DINNER: PLANNED State Science Fair in Cocoa Hurricane Tie Doivn.t
fourth. Members of the Community Beach the latter part of A-
Live Bolt A complete line ol Hdw. Thursday evening March Church will hold the last .
Cricket.$hlnn.r.Worms BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS 29, there was a tie for first family night dinner of the pril.Rhea Johnson of Keystone Lt'r
I Minnow. Plumbing & Electrical! Supp. between Mr. and Mrs. Bill winter season on April 25, Heights was appointed Vice r- -
I TACKLE-RODS-REELS Cro-Tone Fertiliier Bartlett and Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday evening, at 6:30 President of the Cancer Crusade S'o"C
Insecticide A. V. Bannister.Second place, p.m. This will be a cover- for our area. If you ., 1
, FISHING & HUNTING Lumber & Building Material Flo Becker and Jim Fox; ed dish dinner. have any questions or would h -' l'' .Hul.-,'
LICENSES AMMUNITION Third Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mrs. Paul Steinmetz, pro- like to volunteer your helpor '
,: ICE Hwy. 21 N. 200 ydi From Light Falkel and Fourth, Pat Fraher gram chairman, has requested donate money you may .- \ }.our
Keycton Hgti. 473-4357 K.yston. Height 473.3663 and Lucille Terry. that Mrs. William Nail reach her at 4734644.We S."w
Tuesday, April 3: First be in charge of the program were sorry to hear that i '
CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION AIR CO D.Robbie's place Mrs. Mildred Jones which will be a musical, followed Nita Belote's mother in Ala- '1 .1lobilr'alp
and Mrs. Louise Nelson; Second by a singalong.It bama has been hospitalized.We -'
THEISES TV & Paley Boyd and Mrs. promises to be a very wish her a speedy recovery 'tta.l '} Nurru'.w
Camp John Strawn; Third, Mr. and interesting and enjoyable eve- ...... J J-. *3 .
Trailer Sale APPLIANCEQmofowcM Mrs. Jim Pierce and Fourth, ning with lots of good food Likev
wr ** Mr. and Mrs. Mike Falkel. prepared by the wonderful ..
Suzanne Nelson has been -
v Thursday evening, April 5 cooks of the Community Mrd 1 I T/ii.s/
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visiting her mother, Mary,
.4itety- First place- Mr. and Mrs. Church. Come and
Low Gas C.G.; nERO bring your ;:this past week. Suzanne has Call S -
A. V. Bannister second family and friends. < 473-4424 About TheirAwnin
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ce.and Gators on lot PORTABLEHi been living and working in
was tied between Mr. and The Circles, Ruth and Martha -,
Low Exclusive TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL Tampa but hopes to soon be
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Mrs. Jim Pierce and Mr. will host the last din- situated in Jacksonville. g
Towing Insurance AND and Mrs. Ray Hughes; third ner until next fall so be sure
RESIDENTIALJAMES Sympathy is extended to the
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J W. ROBINSON. PROP AIR CONDITIONING Terry, and fourthMr.. and make this one. r

3.5 Miles S. Of Keystone, SALES & SERVICE and Mrs. Bill Bartlett.On .-
: Tuesday, April 10, the COMMUNITY CIIURCH
1-.un KEYSTONE 473.4651 club played the Mitchell system EASTER SCHEDULE '
Winners for the North Thursday, April 19 Com- Invest Carefully]!
REAL ESTATE AUTO SERVICE: and South were: first Mr. munion Service 7:30: p.m.
and Mrs. Jim Pierce;second- Friday, April 20 Good
Richard T. Lovorn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs.C. Friday Serv. 2 p.m.
V. Home, Sunday, April 21 Easter
Rag. Real Estate Broker Front End Alignment Speed Services 8:30 a.m. and 11 \111/

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e Brake Service will hold Its monthly meet- cey of Los Angeles, California -. v 'I I \
BUSINESS ACREAGE the build- were recent guests of
ing at Municipal
INSURANCE 'Lubrication-Oil Change ing at 1 p.m. with the pro- Townsent Dent and his sisters of
and brother. The Yan-
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Keystone Hgts... 473.3254 Tune UpGoodyear Members are asked to bring cey's enjoyed Keystone anda '
473-4692. Tires the plants they were givenat happy time with these lifetime >
the first meeting in Sep- friends.Dr. -
Edna Cates of Mc- ,I
Knepper473.4111 and Mrs.
tember and tell how they car- ;
Martha Durbin -473-3362 1 BLK. Off( E. 21 and 1 BLK. ed for them these past months. Intosh, formerly of Gaines- I
Jim Fox 473-4148'' N. Off 100 This past month the ladies ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. ,
C.B. McAfee 473-4050 KEYSTONE HGTS. 473-4052 enjoyed a trip to the Univer- }Howe McCormick last weekat .
of Florida where their home on Lakevlew
sity they '
BEAUTY SHOP S. E. McKa! y, Realtor had a tour through the green Dr. Dr. Cates has just recently r1L \ --
houses and had lunch at the retired from the fac- -
Nell'J S.E. McKAY REALTOR Reitz Union Building. ulty at the University of Flo- ---,

Member of Soci..tv. They also went to see the rida.Mr. I \ .,
Beauty Style Shof Duke __
of Residential AppraisersServing Biblical Gardens at the High- and Mrs. Bill :.
their three children, Suzanne -
"for a lovelier:: This Area For 26 Years lands Presbyterian Church. .
Todd and Jared, and ,
youPhono Everyone Is urged to attend ::.0
Mrs. Melba Ilgen/ 473-4740 the April meeting as Bill's mother, Mrs. Ha Dukeof ...
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Dolores Gilmore 473-3600 Archer, have just returned .. =
Mrs. they will be electing new officers ---
from a very' busy two week -
for the coming sea-
BetweenKeystone Mrs. Gassett
Joanne 475-1622 travel. They visited the Carls-
Mr. Leslie Robinson 475-1035 son. bad Caverns in Mexico Bill's Beware Suitcase Sam The Securities

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Page 10 TELEGRAPH April 19, 19734Game Palatka South SweepsBradford

Win Sl.einEnds Invitational

BHS Baseball Palatka South for "We lost some boys along have taken at least third," BUS took first place in only HO Hun Co. (NM) 1 V.>1; POPHPSI ,
Than ;
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the way, I thought we should declares ]Howard. one event. Larry Sherman took Sprint "Medley Ocala' Vanguard,
the third year now, top place In the 330 intermediate 1 oi.4.; Norm Marlon, stark; Paietka

took first place at hurdles with a time of South 440 W.lght Man Rtlav' Palatka
Season SuccessfullyPutting 41:6.: Nato' SO*. North. Marion
vanguard 44 0;
the Sixth Annual 440 Ralav Ocala
TNm "KUItt *. Norm Marion, Palatka South.
Palatka South lt'l//", rfar :
Bradford High Invitational ,Oc.,. Vanguard, nil; North Marlon' >6Slarka CO: Oalll. -Ow>nt (1OV) 719; Oun.lonceLt
e/ >l"iBuchltall.. M; Or 'n CoviSartiw ( ): Brown (BUI); Richardson(St.)
it all together-- given up only one free pass was hit to BHS shortstop Ed- Track Ml Ocala For.lt I); EnhroeO7 Two-Mil" ;', Run Ootson (IPS! 9 57.S.Omul ;
otY Hawthorn. lei Llvo Oak 111 P, K (PSIi); McNavn ting, fielding and pitching- down from ;
per game way die Hazen who checked the Venn, I: Or..... Par, Ia Jacktonvlllf Mil(,RMa. .-Buchnoli J'10 1. Palitka
Bradford High baseballers their average of seven walks runner third then fired to Meet in Starke Fri- Bonn' South' 'Norm' Marlon, Hawthorne
have swept the final four per game at one time this first for the second out. day, but this time 110'1;.Yard Faiton HurdIM(IN); McCall- Duntton(101'1); Juno GCSltl ; Arnold LanFJumdRchardson INT.) Henry, ((8RI>:Lowery games of the regular 1972-73 season. First baseman Carl Riherd e.: J (PKVI) CNKUl Jam. (NMI( 141 ', P nmv
season. SA drew first blood Mon- Bradford wasn't in 100 Daih Jtnklnt (H0'1) 1; Own' (IE), BrwtonOV( ), Hlckt (LOI..)
then ran the ball at the man OVI( : Brown(181); Harm (OVI HIcK Jump-Ricki. ICCSI) 6 2. Gamble
The Tornadoe nine can con- day In the second inning on on second who was too far second place as the Mill Hun Dungal, (IPS) 1:712: (BUS,Murray (PS: Oliver (PSI
McN w (OVIi' Cotton (CP51): Polt( Shot Put Brtwton (OV) 89; 8ullOCPS"
alder that quite an accom- a run protested to avail
no off the bag, got him in a run last two (IPSI) ( Randolph' ILOI( ); White' (18RI.)
plishment since it won only by Coach Bushore. With men down, and finally tagged the years, MO ila' Ocala. Vanguard'I 1 SPalatka Pot. vault Parker (GCSI) II...6;
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South: Easttid: Stark* Strickland (BRI) Curry ;
two games In previous games on second and third a ball LO runner for the third out. This time BUS was fourth.PS 4ao Daih Bauer (NMI) 91' 3: Murrar (11.01.) .
the two The Tor- (PSI) Butch" Triple Jump Murray (PS) 43)""
past season. Meanwhile ; ((81) Jefferson(10FI) -
the Live Oak run took the meet with a big t 110 'InttrmMlala' Hurdles Sherman Henry (IBR), Richardson (.OFI); KingPS
nadoes played outstanding defense ner on third made for home. showing of 112 points to sec- (C51 41 6; Mack (10FI) and Well.. (Cp51')' ( ).
got outstanding pitch- PlayOffBid Coach Gambit" ((8)),
Bushore said the run- ond place Ocala Vanguard'sthird
Ing, and hit the ball well in '
crossed the
ner plate after
beating Orange Park 7-6 last Riherd tagged his man for 73.In place North Mar- #

Friday and, Live St.Oak Augustine 4-2 Saturday 4-3 Set the third out, but the umpire iod had 66 points, then BUS UC Nine Wins Two I
had his back to the play with 52 1/2 and Buchholz with !
Monday in three road games. y
and didn't
see when the run 34 points.
They had beaten Green Cove
TonightBy scored.SA "Palatka South just has too Union High baseballers rolled -
12-4 the previous Tuesday. P. K. Yonge, 7-1 In the
BHS Coach 11-0 then 10-0 In
much depth a double
Suwannee play-
BHS finally got out of a bad ,
was 1-0 until the third kill header the Hawthorne
up Grover Howard. "They against and hada
"loser-ltls" Coach ed N'ewberry
case BHSRiding Inning when Charlie Green How Hornets In Lake
Steve Bushore in analyzing you In the distances. Friday night chance: of tying Lake Dutler's -
his team.says Bushore said singled for BHS, stole second, ard predicted Palatka woulddo Butler leaving the Tigers witha conference record of 8-
and scored on Gary Melvin'sRBI that the week before. 10-2 season record to date. '
he told the squad at the beginning kY 1 1.
four-game winning single, making it 1-1 In Last week Howard said"Pa- "Everj'body hit the ball
of this season itwould streak, Bradford High base- the top of the third. latka South with one of the well," Tiger Coach Frank Ya-
take a while to get out of it, bailer are headed for Palatka that way until
It stayed strongest group of distance 4 ;, nassy said. "It'd be hard to
"and I think that has proven tonight to take on Palatka the fifth when Ronnie Kilby runners In this section of the single anyone out." ROSEMARY RUMBAUGH
correct. Now they're doing Central in sub-district playIn singled for BITS, Green followed state Is expected to dominatethe

things they" didn't think they an attempt to reach the with a double, putting long distance runs,Including John Ross went five-for- PHOTOGRAPHERWALDO
could do. District 5 play-offs. Tornado runners on second the 880, two mile, and six including two doubles while FLA.
Now, Bushore says, the entire Game time Is 7:30: p.m. In and third. Melvin then doub- mile runs." n+ sk. .- Billy Ray Smith hit five-for- PH. 468.1287
baseball team Is doing Palatka. Central has an 8-7 led two runs In, and Jere- ,- ,rwu.wir -' ., seven with one double. Terry
whatever possible to knock season record while BHS is miah Johnson sacrificed the .' ... .. Hamilton was three-for-foiir CUSTOM PRINTINGFrom
down the ball, get in front 5-10 at the end of regular BHS ...... ',
fourth in. .
run ..... "" :' .. with a double for the Tigers.
of the ball even when it means season play."Records. It was another defensive ball .,; Your Negatives
personal Injury. have no bearingon game for the Tornado nine. ; C Towering right hander John '
"There's a real fine point wv:; 'iar" de.h'rvfvs. ::.. COPYIVORKIiFORMAL
tournament play, says BHS committed only two errors Woodley picked up his sixth
between winning and losing, Tornado Coach Steve Bushore. the moundin
one a wild pitch. straight victory on PORTRAITSAND
Bushore states,noting the 1973 "BHS has now beaten teams Tim Crews makes an attempt to place in the long addition to going three-

Tornado nine lost five games with better records," the Three outstanding defensive |lump during the Bradford High Invitational Meet In St. for-lhree at bat in droppingthe PASSPORTS

by one run, but now has been coach added, referring to recent performances helped the BHS ,k. .Ya sl'F1 arke Friday, but failed In the tough competition. Hornets to 0-7 on the
winning those same type wins over Green Cove cause. Outfielder Jeremiah season.

games. Springs, Orange Park, Live Johnson in the first inning -
"Sports" are played on e- Oak, and St. Augustine.A jumped into the air to snag rub Baldwin CunninghamWin ]
motion, Bushore states. win over Palatka Central what would have been a home ,
"Right now, our emotions are will qualify the Tornado nine run over the wall. Gary Mel- SnapperVseries mowers:
real high. The boys have pride for District 5 play set next vin repeated the same catchin Softball OpenersBaldwin

and respect In themselves. week, April 26-28. A site has centerfleld. Eddie Hazen Durable. Dependable.Affordable. .
Even when we've been beat- yet to be chosen for district has five attempts at short- Chevrolet and CunThe second game was a
en we were In every game according to Coach Bu- stop in crucial situations
play, ningham Gulf got off on the five inning affair as Cunning-
but two. shore. Coach Bushore said, and han ta6hin.r1 + ..fr! right track Monday night as ham Gulf waltzed 16-1 past .
"I think this team has built Palatka South with a 13-3 dled all five flawlessly. '
with victor- Hampton. The 1 and \ 1 Your
respect from other coaches they came away Snlrpl'r21 8 rotary mo\l'ers.
record Is the top seed Charlie Green ended the
season Men's Slow Uardee Wayne lIar-
ies In the Starke Terry ,
in the (Florida Star) con- ed team in the district. Ocala season the top BUS batter ':: Pitch Softball League. per and Lloyd Gilpin each grass. fie\'er had itsogixxl.!. And neither h.l\'l' \ou

ference. The kids deserve" respect Forrest with a 15-4 recordis with a ::412 average. Gary First game saw Baldwin had two hits for the Gulf No more raking, because the Sn.1rpL'rvacuum

BHS for baseballers their efforts.came back seeded second.' Melvin is close behind at::356. Glen Mulllns throws Chevrolet down Lawtey Skateam.. cleans your lan ..v.ou mow, ,i : ,,:;

from a long hard road, the the shot put In the Brad. ting Rink 17-9, outhltttng the Schedule: Side discharge; chute blows walks and .
Skaters 24 to 15. Everybody Thursday April 19 Hampton 4J(
team coach was notes.1-15 The last baseball season, Church Te
then started losing this sea- Starke, Friday but did two, got at least two hits dwin vs Baptist, 9:30: p.m. where bagging grass i is notneeded / .
not place. David Bennett had the "big Monday, April 23 Baldwin / I
"But .
son. the boys had e- Grass hag Ix-meen the I
nough pride In themselves not Pre-S easonFirst -. Tourneyvored stick" as he rapped out four vs Cunningham, 7 p.m.; First '
to just give up entirely." hits in five Innings. Steve Baptist vs Lawtey, 9:30: p.m. h.1I1Jlcsforclll tntnmmy: on I
Key to the Orange Park win My Neighbors Cox and Eddie Douglas had Tuesday, April 24 First either side A\'ailable in )

last Friday was better base Baptist Church tookon Cunningham Gulf and three hits each. Baptist vs Hampton, 8:15 p.m.; push or self-propelled i =
running than the Raiders In the role of "Giant Killer" promptly send them to the Lawtey was led by Bonnie Lawtey vs Cunningham, 9:30: c
a slugfest for both teams in Monday night in the opening loser's bracket, 11-9. Bald- Wise with three hits each. p.m.Rill' models With or M H" )J JI

which OP got 13 hits and game of Men's Pre-season win Chevrolet was their next ------ -- ---- - without electric start If R '::: =:::-. tcl.J
BHS 11. The first five BHS Tourney as they downed fav- victim as they blasted them rI .'I I See one todayMAPPER ? 7 ,,'
batters, Ronnie Kilby, Charlie ored Cunningham Gulf 119. 17-9, then took on Lawtey I .. J -
Green, Eddie Hazen, Gary The Church boys jumped Skating Rink, who had down- C.ll. Radio K Equipment/ j \

Melvin, and Tommy Wise, off to a 6-0 lead In the top ed Hampton 11-1, in the finals I 321 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. I
all went 2-for-4 at the plate. of the first Inning, picked up of the winners bracketand A1cFnnltughPuurrEquqmcntInc: I A MihsiJi.ir\ hI'! |iu[nJuMrii.JOE'S ,'". "

Eddie Hazen won his second another in the second, to lead breezed 20-6 past the I Ph. 963-8346.8361
game of the season, going all 7-0. Cunningham waited until Skaters. I
the way while fanning five and the third Inning to make a Cunningham Gulf after I SAW
issuing only one free pass. run at them as they scored dropping to the loser's, bracket I Drop In At Bill's C.B. For Many Easter Specials i

BHS was ahead the, entire five runs Including a round downed Hampton[ 24-3, "' II I
game until OP caught up in tripper by Johnny Grlffls, to Baldwin Chevrolet 15-9 and 9" I On Citizen Band Radio & Equipment. II
the last half of the seventh "Oop- tlut'r thewife's I CHOP
The Church won three Lawtey 15-9, to give them oorry
but the three-run rally fell straight games to get into the another shot at the Church in grocery: INt-herehere's I. Happy' Easter Bill &. Joy Dowling J | Ph. 964.7580
short and BHS tookthe 7-6 finals. First game of the tour- the finals of the double-elim- tin threutellllll i : J

decision. Both teams com- ney saw the winners meet fa- ination eventCunningham note..,*' I --- --- ---- -. 224 (E.,; \Washington Ave. Starke. Fla. -_
mitted two errors.

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Tommy VIse pitched Big RedGolfers streak going as they downed
a tight game, holding the the Church 9-4 but the loss
Bulldog nine to four hits,walk- was only the first for First
ing only one, and striking out Baptist so another game had FIGHTING
six to hand BHS the 4-2 win. to be played. First Baptist
Live Oak hit the ball over E G
back with
came a big
the field but the Tornadoes win to take the championship. A). b
played their best defense of End 67Season The Church averaged 16 hits :
the season, Coach Bushore per game while Cunningham -dT .

Kilby save Gary both made Melvin game-sav-and David ney averaged with 15 a total and led of nine the home tour- "' M6BIUH 1JIfBl I 1 !

ing outfield catches wail., backed up to the runs. 3'

Eddie Hazen and Gary Mel- Bradford High golfers plac- HWY 100 00 Heights Fla.
vin both tripled to drive In ed fifth among 18 schools at Johnny Powell led the Keystone ,
one run each and Charlie the District 3A contest at Church at the plate going 3
Green and Ronnie Kilby both Majport. in Jacksonville last for 3. Ken Carlton was the 473-3029
doubled to drive in the other Friday. man for Cunningham with his
two runs. Wise pitched no- Standings were: 0)) Bolles; 4 for 4.The DOUBLE WIDE SINGLE WIDE
((2)) Wolfson of Jacksonville;
hit ball for 4 1/2 innings, (3)) Clay High;((4)Orange) Park; second game of the
then Live Oak got a hit on and ((5)) Bradford. night saw Lawtey !Skating Rink 24' x 50' $9465 12' x 40' 2 BR HOMEDALE $3493
a little blooper over the in- take on Hampton and promptly TIFFANY
2 Bath
3 BR
field. It was Wise's second rhree of the teams that send them to the loser's

win of the season. beat BUS were in the con- bracket, 11-1. Hampton man- 60' 60 FERNWOOD
Turning point in Live Oak, ference with HI IS,Bolles,Clay aged just two hits as the 24 x TIFF Y$10,9O9 12BR >! Bath $6255
Coach Bushore says, came High, and Orange Park these Skaters were rapping out 14 3 BR 2 Bath Den 1i Evrando

with a Tiger batter, with no same three teams beat Brad- base hits, two of them, solo '
outs, doubled against the leftfield ford in the conference tour- home runs by Larry Brown 24' x 60' 10,355 12' x603BRlBath HOMEDALE $4954
wall. The ball was hit nament, which BIIS placed and Tex Patrick. 4Br & 2 Bath TIFFANY
over outfielder Jeremiah fourth in. Brown was the big stick
Johnson's head and the LO for Lawtey as he rapped out 4 '
batter tried to stretch the Rr Hansy.ard $13,100 lZ'xSZ'2BR HOMEDALE $4545
double into a triple. Johnson "We played well, but not three hits. Mike Norman, 3 B. & !
Lloyd Crawford. Johnny
as good as we have been,
chased the ball down,Green threwto because of the terrible play- Brown, and Robbie Smith each lZ'xS2'2BR HOMEDALE 3515
cut-off man Charlie ,
two hits.
Ing conditions. The course
who threw the runner out at LARGEST
Thomas all WORLD
was very wet," says Coach Raymond got of
third base. David Hurse. Hampton's hits with two sin- 12x60
"That keyed us up," Bu- gles. FERNWOOD $5470
Danny McKlnney shot an 80
SALES BR 1'i Bath
shore said. 3 i
for BUS, Ed Watts an 83, MOBILE HOME
In St. Augustine Monday thetight Terry Gaines an 85 and Stan The Church wasn't through

pitching of Charlie Reddish a 90 for the final though, as they came: up with
Green, who held the Yellow BHS total of 338. three runs in the top of the 230 LOCATIONS TO SALE & SERVICE yOU.
Jackets to five hits, and three fourth to move the score to
outstanding defensive perfor- 10-5. Cunningham added two
mances gave BUS a one-run The District meet finishedthe in the bottom of the inning,
4-3 win. Green Issued only season for Bradford golfers to make the score 10-7. The WE ARE NO. 1 IN SALES
one walk and struck out in with a 6-7 record. Church added their final run
getting his second win. "They played pretty well In the fifth and then hungon
Control of the BHS pitchers up to their potential, and have as Cunningham added two SERVICE & SATISFACTION
has been a big factorIn every right to be proud of more runs in the bottom of

the four wins. In the last their record," concluded the seventh as they fell short .. ... ... .
three games BllShurlers have Coach Hurse of the season. 11-9.

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April 19, 1973 'TELEGRAPH 'Pop:11'.(MI 1

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I Feb. Land Sales Rise To $418,800, Kindergarten Set April.- Registration 26 \:WI:u? I

Land sales in February reached 22 sold by Mr. and Mrs. Don- end. Mrs. Jim Temple of Parcels of land on SR-225 ) DOe to Henry Lex Reddish of Mrs. Clarence Cliver to Mr. Children who will be five tary schools and must be sign -;
a high of $418,800 almost ald J.Thomas to Mr. and Mrs. Brooker for$30,000. -A sold by Ruby Rosier Gay- Lawtey for$14 000 and Mrs.: Clyde: Columbia for years of age on or before ed by a doctor or authorized ti
$300,000 more than January Leaton Mathews of Starke for Lot 55 of I'arkwood Sub- $4 500. January 1, 1974 may be registered County; Health Department official -
which dropped to $187,243. 4500. Warrants Out division sold by Longchamp Lot 41 of New Hampton Beach at the schools where 1
Largest Transaction In February 80 acreas in sec. 15-7-21 Homes Inc. to Edward Brownof sold by Mr. and Mrs. A.J. they will be attending on
was a large tractof sold by Mr. and Mrs. S.D. Starke for $16,500. Thomas to Mr. and Mrs. Je Thursday, April 26, accord-
land. located between SR- Saunders to Williams S.Saunders A parcel of land on Epperson well McLaughtin m. of Jack- Ing to Mrs. Lucille Payne,
225 and Sampson Lake on of Hampton for $50,000A In 25 CasesWarrants St. sold by Thelma Ranier sonville for $7,500. elementary supervisor. My Neighbors
which half interest to the Hou- parcel of land north of Jones to Daisy Shult of Starke Four lots In Crosby Lake Parents and guardians are
salle Bryant Inc. by the Bry Lake Bedford Shores Subdivision for_$7,000. reminded that Florida Stat- 4
ant Inc..for 105000. In have been Issued excessive speed charges. A parcel of land on SR-16 Bill Joe Sanford to Starke utes require that pupils entering .7 lAJrrI
12-8-22 .
sec. sold
Another high. transactionwas Mr. and by for the arrest of 25 persons Frank Norris was fined sold by Mr. and Mrs, James 8,500.A school for the first f C
Mrs. Leonard of land
when 80 acres In Sec. Adams to Patricia C. who failed to appear in County $101 or 10 days in Jail on H. Waters to Mr. and Mrs. parcel containingone time In kindergarten or first I 'rh
15-7-21 sold by Mr. and Mrs. of Miami for$30,000,Chesney ; Court Tuesday morning the charge of racing on a well of Gainesville for$35, and acre Mrs.on Billy SR-16 Joe sold by Mr. grade must have a birth certificate l fl
S.D. Saunders to William S. A to answer charges against roadway. He pled guiltyto 900. Sanford to or other acceptable '
parcel of land in Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perrlne -
Saunders of sec. them. traveling over 90 mph.. bonaflde proof of birth, phy-
Hampton for 22-8-22 six of DeBevolse Addtlonto
sold by Mr. and of Bunnell for
Mrs. $14,000. 3"They're
50000. nets each defendant Alfred Cane David was Starke sold bv Mr. andNorman's sician's statement that he or
Transaction of $1.000 and Michael S. Redfearn to Mr. another charge, that sentenced to a fine of $76 Two lots In Smoker!se Sub- she is free from communV.
division sold( Lake
by Proper-
in of failure to appear In addi- or seven In and verification
over January were: days jail after ties, Inc. to Dr. Selden Long- cable diseases,
Parcel of land on Old Lawtey tion to the original misde- pleading guilty to traveling of immunization against
Starke Team ley and Dr. Jacques B. Cald-
Road sold by J.D. Erwin and meanor case. 93 mph in a 65 mph zone. certain communicable child-
H.C. Polhamus to Clara Mae The 25 are Richard Wilson Gerald Dewayne Rosier was Wins shores Sub. sold by Mr. and hood diseases.
Sharp of Starke for $15,400. Leading KH Treleaven ErnestLeroy sentenced to a fine of $76or Mrs. Thornton Sayre to Mr. Certification of Immunization
A parcel of land in Saratoga Taylor, William Miller Jr. seven days In jail after and Mrs. vernl b.: Thornton of forms are available from
Heights sold by Mr. and Mrs. Little LeagueStarke Eddie Lewis Darby, &M. pleading guilty to going 95 OpenerNorman's Starke for $10,000. the County Health Department "
Parcel of land in Starkeon !
Moore, James Bass, William In plastic
Johns Harold Andrews to Mr. a 65 mph zone. local doctors and/or elemen-

and R. C. Fblhairius to Mr. Alvin Bryant Ronal Edward Other cases,Including char- Call St. by Erwin A. Johnsto _., ___________ ___
Brannam Ernie A. Johns of Starke ----- & ---------------&&& && && u
Federal Debra Gall
of Starke for $11,200. Guaranty/; Thigpen, ges, were: Stephen Louis Farm, defending
Two lots of New Hampton jumped from second to first Daniel George Eeltram, Casner, Improper turn, $36 league champs, won Its open- for $7,500.IhE .
Beach sold by Mr. and Mrs. place in the Keystone Little Carolyn Wainwright Brown, or three days; David McCut- Ing game of the season Monday
A.J. Thomas to Mr. and Mrs. League last Friday by edg- John Minus Montgomery, chen, giving false Informationof night downing Blalock's' Old 1m&f; DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
W.L. Kilpatrick of Gainesvillefor ing Homestead Restaurant Ricky Dale Roberson,Thomas accident $51 or five days; Meat Market 8-5.
15000. 'in seven Innings. Henry Walker, Jaime Henri Isaiah Petteway, giving. false Blalock's, outhltttng Nor- -- STARKE
A Parcel of land on old Law Watson's Grocery, last que Gonzalez, R.L. Epps(2 Information of accident; man's in the game, scored --=.:::.... ::.
tey Road sold by J.D. Erwin week's leader, fell into a charges) Samuel Lee WIl- Isaiah Petteway, no valid first in the bottom of the Phone 964-6200
and R. C. Polhamus to Mr. three-way tie for second place liams. Lawrence Otto Sum- driver's license case con- second inning and led 1-0. -
and Mrs. Simon Mitchell of with Keystone Jewelry' and merlin, Robert Lee Bank, tinued; Claranell Hudsonf Norman's came back In the Rental
Starke for $17,000. McKay Really/; by dropping a Jack O'Neal Lay, David S. ure to yield, $36 or three top of the third, putting four hospital bedS, Walkers, Wheel Chair. Crutches.
--Large Parcels of land between 7-6 decision to Ray's Shell. RUdolph William Earl Sheer- days; Carolyn Sanford, vio- runs on the board Includinga ..an"Waterbeds
SR-225 and Sampson Their records are 21. Ing, Harry Edward Young, lation of right-of-way, $36or home run by Barbara Hol- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Other of last week's Roy Nathon Homer Jr. John aren't new. :
scores ,
Lake half interest sold by three days; Richard Robert lingsworth.
Bryant Inc. for $105,000 games are: Keystone Jewelry Leroy LIndberg, Lawrence Wheeler, running stop Norman's added four moreIn Oysters have been using : Phone 473-3176
the Houdalle Bryant Inc. to 11, Keystone State Bank Boyer, Richard Dlx Danford, sign, $21 or two days; Robert the fourth to take an 8-1 them for centuries." ..i.i11.II1I > ** > < <
A parcel of land in Sec. 4; McKay Realty/; 9, KH State Jr., James Edward Lanier, Lee Banks, no valid inspec- lead. Blalock's pushed across US Iflllal! U1II Nm\1'mi!\ j O ''''' 1li Ti'rl1'' 11 till IIJI&.
13-6-21 sold by Elizabeth Bank 8; Air Engineers 4, KH Charles Benton Browning, tion certificate, $21 or two three runs In the fifth to nar-
Hankerson to T. M. Edwardsof Jewelry 2; Ray's Shell 4, Heavy fines were meted days; Johnnie Clarence Hoi Us row the lead to 8-4, added
Starke for 3500. out by Judge Elzle Sanders running red light bond estrea- one more in the sixth to close MEET ENREE
Two lots of Livingston, Tr- Homestead Res. 2. in three cases, all Involving ted; Bert Edward McGee, out the scoring for the night.
uby, and Bradford's Company League standings; Guaranty careless driving, $46 or four Barbara Hollingsworth led ,
Addition to Starke sold by Mr. Federal 2-0, Watson's 2-1, IndiansRecord days. ; her team with three hits, a
and Mrs. J.R. Chasteen to Mr. Keystone Jewelry 2-1, McKay Pleading not guilty and home run, triple, and a sin-
and Mrs. O.W. Davis of Starke Realty 2-1, Ray's Shell 2-2. their cases transferred to gle. Linda Cubbedge chippedin Zf
Air Engineers 1-1, KH State
for $12.200 the trial docket were: GeneM. two hits.
A parcel of land In Sec.3-6- Bank 1-3, Homestead 03. Shaplr.! unlawful speed; Diane Jordan led Blalock'swith S
William Molton Hamlin m, three singles while Che- ) ,4
2 WinsKeystone fleeing or attempting to eludea ryl Phillips and ream Woods
police officer; Robert Lee had two hits each.
High's track team
Martin, reckless driving Glen Schedule:
upped it season record to 6- ; Thursday, April 19 Bla-
Orville Scott, two charges,
FLORIDA THEATRE 3 the past week by humiliating careless driving, and driving lock's vs Mitchell's, 7 P.m.
Maranatha 124-14 In dual
under the Influence of an Monday, April. 23 Nor- /
meet Thursday, April 12, and alcoholic beverage Charlie man's vs Blalock's, 8:15 p.m.
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 scalping Trenton and Hastings McArthur Burnett;, failureto Tuesday, April 24 Mit- .
113 to only 39 and 32. in a have vehicle under contoVl.A chell's vs Norman's, 7 p.m.

FRI.-SAT.-SUN. APR -22 tri-meet Both meets Tuesday.were at the In- aa.aDoa aa.allllll!:
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Attorney General Richard G. lege" should apply even in cases d i ; BROWN

Kleindienst chose a moment when where criminal charges were involved i

relations between the White House which would, of course, place }I,

and Congress were already rapidly any Administration that actually a- ; / r :ere' I. In the past few weeks, I
executive privilege to this extent : 4 p'p f ,,1 of
deteriorating to toss out an astonish- bused I( have given you a number
ing challenge to;; Jie theory balance- in the position of thwarting : I I tips on sewing and consumer

of-power in our Government. punishment for a possible criminal. 5 f I protection

How can this position be reconciledwith I This week I thought It was

Mr. Kleindienst testified beforea the Administration's frequent about time to pass on to you

joint meeting of three Senate sub- pronouncements on "law and h' a couple of deliclous-sound-
j lag recipes to spice up your
committees that, in his opinion, the order"? spring menus. Hope you will

President can throw the mantle of ; G.rr a I try one of them, and enjoy

"executive privilege" not only o\ sr Sen. Sam Ervin remarked acid- ?. ;' i t .} .:. tk,,, some good food!

members of his own personal White ly: "The President's recent interpretation /fyM NtlCt ywti !14p '.'r I ,,. ."+.J '". ,r r[ Try putting spring Into your
House staff, but also over the entire of executive privilege appearsto 1M .0 ?7\wYwi i. r'. :;xt' :r f1sA 6"y 'r :rt'i+ t I I meals with the American tra-

Federal establishment, made up of be based on the assumption what r4. r; dltlon of a bowl full of creamy

some two and a half million govern- White House aides constitute a new y3 t i cole slaw.

ment employees.No nobility, Immune from public testifying I And for that extra crunch,

under oath as all other citizens :! (, t add a handful of roasted pea-
such blanket claim has ever are required to do." nuts to your favorite recipe,
before been uttered in Washingtonby or try a couple of new versions -
Crunchy Orange Cole-

position.anyone It in was high a shocking and responsible assert- If Mr. Kleindienst's opinion is 1928 North Florida Champs slaw or Peanut Fruit Slaw.

ion of the doctrine of an allpowerful allowed to stand, it is obvious that Peanuts and peanut pro-

presidency and who believes executive privilege will be used to ducts, as well as oranges,
anyone General shield White House counsel John Dean Pictured are 1928 ChampIons of the North Florida pitcher and field manager; Speed Harvey, pitcher; Hal- are on the U. S. Departmentof
that the Attorney was
not about his con- County Baseball Uaflw. *. the Stork Baseball Club, lie Janet, outfield; E.K. Perryman, pitcher; Woodoll Agriculture's plentiful
HI from testifying
for himself and ,
speaking entirely
foods list for April.
In the
wh.n outfield
days the game rlgnd local ; Abbot, shortstop; Hall, 2nd bat Jesse Alexander
not for the Administration as well, versations with the President, but supreme among ; month USDA's Agricultural
sports. president.
his alleged Involvement in the Marketing Service lists those
must be naive indeed. about
and cover-up of a criminal row ((1-r) : Sparkman pitcher; Copeland, outfield foods in abundant supply, as
planning Standing (I l-r) Nat
: Strnbrg, secretary-treasurer J. Hall' 3rd ban
; ;
Johnny for food
; Redgrave, outfield a guide shoppers
This Is too priv- ;
Mr. Kleindienst further testified conspiracy. President. H.C. Wall, manager; Jim Ritch, 1st bas; Bill Eppr on, McKInley, ,pitcher; Sullivan Carter, Catcher. looking for attractive buys.
that this blanket "executive privi- ilegeeven a

3/4 cup mayonnaise, 3 tablespoons -
sugar, 3 table-
spoons lemon juice, 2 table-

Letters to the Editor. Cedar Key A rt 8 spoons cups milk shredded or light cabbage cream(1,

I The New Nobility'representative Fest t'nlOpf.,1 peeled medium and head cut)Into, 2 bite-size oranges,

NO AWARDSAn have, you must have come across people, and they have a rightto To Exhibitors pieces; 1/2 cup whole Spanish
several passages where express their opinion,how- peanuts.
.. .. .
Earl Dixon: 01 Other legislation nas been introduced open letter of com- their position as men of God. ever narrow It may be. How- The annual Sidewalk Arts combine
Jacksonville has filed a bill in the doing away with the use- plaint to the Fair Association I will not quote the Bible, ever, I do resent the Implications Festival will be held Saturdayand Thoroughly and lemon mayonnaise juice-
Legislature which would establisha less office of Lieutenant Governorof : for--as you know--"The" devil and statements made Sunday, April 28-29, at blend in sugar milk until smooth.;
can quote Scriptures. by some who have branded all the Island of Cedar
community -
study commission to look into Florida. It that these Pour over shredded cabbageand
appears The Vo-Tech School had a Much has been said and writ of those with whom they disagree Key, where exhibitorswill
toss until slaw Is well
employment practices and personnel are worthy companion measures, and really splendid exhibit at the ten by some who were against as non-Christian. soon be busy settingup coated with Chillat

needs of Florida government.Mr. the act abolishing the office of Lieu- 1973 County Fair. They built voting the county wet. I haveno -Henry B. Easterling their displays In the least 30 minutes dressing.to mel-

tenant Governor would be a great some model homes that were quarrel with any of these Rt. 2, shadows of early 19th Century low flavors.

Dixon has been critical in place to start in any effort to cut really sharp, and other departments buildings, overlooking the
exhibited also. picturesque Gulf waterfront Just before serving, add well
recent years of the Increase in state down on the state's obvious over- There were no awards of any .." ............,......,..,.....,.", .................,.....,.....".. ,.."...... jobs which now total around 70,000and abundance of employees. kind. Categories to be judged peanuts toss lightly. Makes
are increasing almost daily. He Seems to me this Is the County Agent Notebook this oils, year acrylics are: ,watercolors and mixed, 10 to 12 servings.
out that California with almost the Lieutenant
points Although present
that should be
age group get- media; sculpture, photography
three times the population of Florida, Governor, Tom Adams, is under fire ting the encouragement for Hy graphics (etchings, litho- PEANUT FRUIT SLAW

employs!. only 100,000 persons. and may even be the subject of impeachment future participation.You graphs, woodcuts, and prints); 3 cups shredded cabbage,

proceedings, this has nothing weaving (batik, macrame, 2/3 cups canned pineapple
The bill provides for a com- to do with our feeling that the really do a great, and i1 BOBBYTAYLOR r, etc.); pottery (thrown, cera- tidbits (drained), 1 cup diced

mission of 18 members, three appointed office should be abolished. The.fact I some know backbreaking awards and job.do thank I won : be mics completely, etc.); jewelry handcrafedno (must-- unpared apple, 1/4 cup sour

by the Senate president ,\tree is that it '" and a .cream, 1/4 cup mayonnaise,
was unnecessary you. But I'd gladly forfeit kit type allowed};.child's 3/4 salted I
by the House speaker, and the remainder waste of the taxpayers' money to them for these young people .......... ............ .... ................ .. .. ....... category (14 years of age miniature cup marshmallows.peanuts, cup

by the Governor.''A mora- begin with, and it continues so to- in order to keep them and under, exhibiting as an
torium would be declared on state day. enthused. Individual); school art class Combine all Ingredients except -
Sincerely, I continue to hear very favorable you must consider If you had exhibits (entered under the peanuts and marshmallows
after the
for 12 months
employment fertilized
reports about our before our hear:. signature of an art teacheror toss lightly and chill.
commission is organized October 1, Only two Florida Governors have Yvonne Pass water Bradford County Fair as I rains. adult representative. No Just;before serving, fold in

except when proof is shown that an died in office in the past hundred travel about throughout the registration fee to school peanuts and marshmallows.

emergency exists. years, and on these rare occasions, STRONG EXCEPTIONDear County. I have also had sev- Walter Prevatt, our Past art classes). Makes 8 servings.

the President of the Senate, or the eral visitors from other a- President of the Florida 4-H Best of show will receivea
The non-salaried commission' Sir: reas remark that our Fair Council, is In Washington, D. $250 WASHABLE
Secretary of State would be just as would rank with the top cash prize. First WALL COVER-
would evaluate state employment at qualified to fill the vacancy as a In answer to two letters to where In Florida.We any- C. this 4-H week attending the National place In each category will INGS. ARE ATTRACTIVEAS

all levels, and a make recommen- Lieutenant Governor. If you agree the editor appearing in the Conference. receive $75; second place WELL AS PRACTICALNow
do have a good balanceof $25. Children 14 and
dations on how greater efficiencyand that the job is unnecessary and wantto April 12 I ask issue Pastor of The James Tele- educational and commer- Walter, along with five other under will compete years for first that spring seems just
graph R.
economy could be achieved in save that $34,000 annually in tax Coutryman, if he honestly believes cial exhibits and each sec- 4-H Members was selectedto and second prize of $10 and around the corner, are you beginning -
utilization of state employees. moneylet your legislator know. that by the majority of tion of exhibitors do a good make this trip last year $5. The best school art to think about bright-
Bradford County voters votingthe job of telling their story. Our because of his 4-H record class exhibit will receivea ening up your home, or doing
County wet that this will midway Is probably one of over the last eight years. trophy. some redecorating?
the "cleanest" will find Walter has always represented -
lead to -- and I quote the anywhere. you himself, his family, his Registration fee is $7 per
pastor -- "legalize murder, county and State, and his Or- artist, and $2 for children In my search for furnish-
I rape of our women, lust, adultery e ganization In the most acceptable 14 years and under. Any ings for my home, I've dis-
Diet Fads DenouncedThe destruction of private I commented last week manner. I'm sure artist desiring to enter may covered many beautiful and Interesting -

property:>> and many other about the outstanding supportour that this trip will be no ex- contact the Sidewalk Arts decorating items,
sins" -- and quote? Bradford-Union Cattle- ception. We hope that other Festival, Inc., Cedar Key, and accessories, new fabrics

U. S. Senate is conducting trition recently labeled two socalledfad The bar again to quote the men's Association had in staging 4-H members will be inspired Fla. Those not able to and colors. We thought the
register by mall do following Information on
Annual 4-11 the may
their first by accomplishmentsof
hearings into the so-called "fad diets as nutritionally unsoundand good pastor -- will "bar man
washable wall
and PTA steer show and sale. Walter Prevatt. so at the desk up to 12 coverings pro-
diets" that are said to be part of potentially dangerous, causing from his family, bar him from This support was again evident noon Saturday, Apr. 28. vided by the Soap and Deter-
a $10 billion industry annually. overweight people to run the risk financial success, and bar him with last week's editionof gent Association might proveuset'ulln
from the of Heaven"end
of further jeopardizing their already kingdom the Bradford County Telegraph Inspiring a redecorating
-- quote.
Offering a dazzling array of precarious health, as well as the We received front Idea.It .

health spas and clinics, miracle pills health and nutrition of their chil- As I see It, what the good page coverage, and a whole is longer to
spread of pictures and necessary
is saying Is that if page
and powders, exercise devices, fad dren. pastor news about this outstanding paint most of your walls off-
diets belts baths you don't think the way he r1css white to be In style. With
reducing sauna says he does, live the way ne event. I don't recall as much __
togas, suits, and creams, the cost says he does, then you are favorable publicity about any easy-care fabrics on the mar-
All of which tends to bear out
trend in
of the huge reducing culture is estimated condemned to hell's fire and, one good activity as this one ket, the upholstered
sound advice speakerat t ..fi! furniture Is' towards
to cost Americans at least the given by a while still on earth, you can received. We thank The Tele- ", "453O NI' lighterand
a local civic club several monthsago. only look forward to life of graph and all the other news I', gURC1N plainer colors, so other
$10 billion every year. media that gave us this excellent "t"f parts of the room like the wal-
Don't eliminate
any one categoryof adject poverty, spent away a xa.tsel+OLO .
ls are perking Sofas
food from diet was her ad- from your family. coverage. v ;
Senator George McGovern your : ffDERAL, lc and comfortable chairs are
chairman of the Senate's Select Com, vice. The body needs them all to a The good pastor must indeed STATE AND I k'l' taking a back seat In decora-

mittee on Nutrition and Human Needs certain degree, whether fats, starches have a very low opinion of Even though we have lost (c\\l'. LOCAL UV" .S tors' eyes to accessories and
meats, green vegetableseven Bradford County womanhood, very few crops heavy rains Interesting rugs and wall-
said that the rigors and suffering sugar. To give up any one of these for he goes on to say that by during the period of March 1912 coverings. People who pre-
that dieters expose themselves to would be to unbalance the diet and voting the county wet, legal- 25 to April 7 have probably viously had only the bathroomand
all too often are "compounded by the izing the sale of whiskey, the leached most of the nitrogenand kitchen wall-papered are
worthless, fradulent nature of the jeopardize the body's health. wives and daughters of the potash of our fertilizersout choosing prints and stripesnow
county could become-- andI of the root zones of our for the dining room, bed-'
diet Chron-
industry merchandise.
Eat what wantin modera- again quote the pastor; "Top crops. rooms and living room.
ically overweight Individuals were you less dancers, topless
described by the chairman as "the tion, was this speaker's advice. In bar maids, and prostitutes"end This means that we must Newest on the wall paper
other words all the fad diets in the consider re-fertilizing If we
most vulnerable people in the marketplace -- ,quote. scene are handsome phonies
have growthand
desperate to shed unhealthy world could easily be eliminated by expect yield to from our any vegetables, which simulate marble, stone

and unwanted pounds." one simple exercise: Simply push I take strong exception to tobacco, corn, pastures, and leather wood and fabric but
this stance. I have faith In are far easier to care for than
table before
from the
away you over- even our lawns and ornamen-
the women of Bradford County their real
eat and refrain from mid-meal tals. Our second fertilizationwill counterparts. Manyof
The American Medical Associ- being just as virtuous as the these wallpapers come with
be even more
".1 1 Foods and Nu- snacks. millions of probably
on women
many expensive because most fer- prepasted backing -- a boon
throughout this great countryof are for do-it-yourselfers. Other
tilizer companies repor- 0
where the legal sale
ours ting shortages of certain nu- types are strippable for those
of whiskey has been the law
trients. Since fertilizer is one who redecorate often.
for many years. The com- the most costly! items in A
plete lack of faith in the like BURDEN
county's women, as expressedby growing aro"blanket" recommendation Fabric wall coverings look
ORIO,4 the pastor, can--as I see to make about parti- expensive and often are, but
CO It--only be due to his com- your I their unique textured appear-
plete lack of understanding. cular situation. However. Motel Owners Asked To Bid ance makes the cost worth

QIiligi will be glad to discuss with your On 450 Room-Days while If they last a long time.
AC11Vtr p4 As to Dorothy A. Swanbom, fertilizer program you Make sure,therefore, that the

O o17'10 3f Lawety, stating in her letter at any time. Postmaster T. C. Hazen, Approximately 15 rooms will silk or linen is Impregnatedwith
> tmx \ that all who voted the County Jr. announces that he has plastic to make Itwashable -
be the most required at any
that with the good and backed with
wet ( Pm
) sure more fabric
BOB G. were quote "not a posted on the post office time and Interested local -
$ FERGUSON! : JOHN: I. MILLER had the one ,
Christian have over or paper to make It
-- in other words weather we lobby bulletin board bid requests motels may examine the specifications dur-
Published each Thursday 'and Publi.hets heathens, I ask this lady, last week or so has had a for approximately 450 at the Starke post
entered as Second Cia. working in able.We
Matter ac the Pose Office Scarke please of folks out
at lot
Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. mam,who qualified you room-days for the period, A- office, or secure a copy from:
to determine who is and who Is their lawns and gardens. pril 24 through August 1,1973, Procurement Division, Bldg. hope you are finding use
Subscription rate in trade area: 16 per year: I.JO six months. not a Christian? There is still time before to grow the for motel accommodations for 920, Fort Stewart, Ga. Requests ful and Information In our column

Phone 964-630J Outside trade area: 17 per year: 14.00 six month. Starke Mam most vegetables military personnel during the should be made for welcome your commentsand
Fla. if have read get here. /
you your, hot summer days annual training periods this DABC 13-73-B-0095 "Motel or requests for further
Bible, which I am sure you Re-fertilization is something summer Accommodations." information.

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I IUIUUUluauaD oaU4L legal Notices IID aaaaaUIilAODUU

NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR certificates shall be redeemed voked..

TAX DEED according to law the property GEORGE L. PATTEN

Sec. 194.16 F.S. described in such certificateor Circuit Judge Bradford

NOTICE HEREBY certificates will be sold County, Florida
GIVEN the the By; Dolores C. Dampier
that T. J. ALDERMAN Estate to highest bidder at
court house door on the first
holder of the
the following
certificates has filed said certificates Monday in Month of May, 1973, First Deputy Clerk FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF James Sapp, of Hialeah, and

for a tax deed to which is the 7th day of May, 12. 1973.publication on April STARKE LATTER DAY SAINTS NORTHSEDE BAPTIST A vis Pearce W alien Sapp Jacksonville;one

be Issued thereon. The cer- 1973. 4/12 4t 5/3 1404 E. Bessent Road CHURCH daughter, Mrs. J. T. Young

tificate numbers and yearsof Dated this 28th day of March Sunday-Sunday' School 9:45 Family Home EveningMonday. Intersection of Highways Mrs. Avie Pearce, 74, of Athens, Ga.; one brother, Ivory -

issuance the descriptionof 1973e a.m.; Morning Worship at 16 (NorttOand) 225. Lawtey died Monday morn- Thompson, and two sis-

the property; and the names GILBERT S.'BROWNClerk NOTICEIn 11; Youth Choir Rehearsal. Primary-Tuesday, 430pm.: Sunday School, 9:45l; Morning = ing in a Jacksonville hospital ters, Mrs. Flay Bennett and

in which It was assessed are of Circuit Court of The Circuit Court of Florida 5 P.m.; Wednesday Relief Society Service at 11. Evening; after a short illness. She Mrs. Sebe Harris, all of Law-

as follows: Bradford,, County, FloridaBy Eighth Judicial Circuit 7:30.Thursday: Service, 7:30. Wednesday was born in Georgia on Jan toy.Funeral

Certificate No. 110. Year of Beulah M. Moody In and For Bradford County. Wednesday Mid-week M.LA.-7:30 p.m. Service 7:30 p.m. 3, 1899, the daughter of the services were held

Issuance 1970.Description. 4/5 4t 4/26 Case NumberIN ------- Prayer Group. 7:30 pjm.; Sunday-Priesthood 8:30 -Rev. James T. Parrtsh late Shelton H. and Avle Stokes at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Jones

of Property: PROBATEIn Chancel Choir rehearsal, a.m. Sunday School, 10:30aum.: Thompson, and was a mem- Memorial Chapel with Rev.E. .

I Lot In NW Cor of; Lot NOTICEIn re: Estate of AL V.FOX- 7:30.FridayChildren's. Choir Evening Meeting 6 p.m. Sa- NEW RIVER BAPTIST ber of the Lawtey Baptist C. Harvey conducting. Interment -

4 S/D of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 WORTH, deceased. crement. Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Church. was In Dyal Ceme-

Being 87 ft E. & W 138 The Circuit Court of the NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Rehearsal, 3:30. -Jesse D. Branson, Branch Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Surviving are two sons, tery under direction of De-

ft N&S. Sec 20, R-7-4 R- for Eighth Bradford: Judicial Circuit in and creditors of the estateof Sunday, Apr. 22Easter President Union 7 pjn. Evening Wor- ::j: :::::W'KWfcfcftk:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::\.:. Witt C. Jones Funeral Home.
2 -E. County Florida. AL V. FOXWORTH deceased Sunrise Service in the sanctuary ship. 8 p.m. Wednesday Night

Name in which assessed NOTICE SUMMONS TO IN SHOW EMINENT CAUSE are hereby notified 7 a.m., followed by BAYLESS HIGHWAY service 7:30 p.m. Everyone i Cord Of Thanks t ti i

Leroy Aycox.All and required to file any claims pancake breakfast, 8 to 9 a.m. BAPTIST CHURCH welcome. Harry WeberHarry

of said property; being DOMAIN NOTICE PROCEEDINGS OF TAKING IN or demands which they may in Fellowship Hall, sponsoredby Sunday School 10a.m. Ken- -Jim Countryman, pastor. i!::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::

have against said estate in UMYF $1.25 for adults neth Eilxson
in the County of Bradford. ; director Morn
Weber 92 of Starke
State of Florida. EMINENT DOMAIN the office of the circuit Judgeof and 75C for children, 10 and ing Worship at 11. Church BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH CARD OF THANKS ,
died 10 In
Unless such certificate or PROCEEDINGS Case #73-68 Bradford County, Florida, under. Tickets available from Training, 6 pjn. Gerald Nor- Sunday School 10 am.Mornl the Bradford Tuesday,County April Hospital ,
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT in the courthouse at g Worship 11 a.m. Evening We desire to to
certificates shall be redeemed Starke the young people and the man director. Evening Worship express our after a long Illness. He
according to law the COMPANY a Florida corpor Florida, within six calendar church office. 7 p.m. Mid-Week Prayer Worship 7:30 pjn. Prayer kind neighbors and thoughtful
born in Oct.
atlon Petitioner -vsJ.. months from the date of the and Bible Meeting 7:30 pjn.Wednesday, friends our heartfelt thanks was Germany on
property described in Study 7:30
; such ,
p.m. 18 1880 and had lived In
L. Harper
-Rev. George -Rev.J.
first their of
certificate or certificates will publication of this no- -J.D. Robinson, pastor. for many expressions Starke for the 25
LEE STARLING and NAOMII Pastor past years.
tice. Each claim or demand sympathy. The beautifulf floral -
be sold to the highest bidderat
STARLING, Defendants.IN He was a retired Iron worker -
the court house door must be in writing and must CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH offerings were especially
the first Monday in Monthof on THE NAME OF THE STATE state the place of residenceand HEILBRONN BAPTIST Sunday School 10 ajn.Morn- HOLINESS CHURCH appreciated. We are also and a Methodist.
OF FLORIDA. TO ALL WHOMIT CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Surviving is his wife, Elsie -
May 1973 which is the postoffice address of the Ing Worship 11. Training grateful for the doctors and
7th day of May 1973. MAY CONCERN, and to: claimant and must be swornto Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Union, 6:30. Evening Worship Morning Worship 11 a.m. hospital C. Weber of Starke.

Dated this 27th day of March J. FRANK WILLIFORD 1120 by the claimant, his agent, Morning Worship 11. Train- 7:30. Youth Service 6 p.m. Evening staff.Mrs..Harry Weber Funeral services were held

1973. Bernita Street, Jacksonville, or his attorney, or it will ing Union 6:30 pjn. Evening Rev. Jim Black pastor. Worship 7 p.m. at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, April
Florida MARKLEE STARLING Midweek Prayer 12, at the graveside in Cros-
GILBERT S. BROWNBy ; become void according to law. Service 7:30. Tuesday Prayer Meeting
Beulah Kingsley Lake Starke, /SROBERT EARL FOX- Service, 7:30. 7:30 pun CARD OF THANKS by Lake Cemetery with Rev.

Clark of Circuit M. Moody Court of Florida; NAOMI L STARLING WORTH, Executor of -Rev. L. Tommy Howepas- JORDON MISSIONARY -Rev. W.B. Chauncey, pastor Words can never expressour George L. Harper conducting.

Bradford Kingsley Lake, Starke, the estate of AL V. FOX- tor. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. thanks for all the beautiful DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home

County Florida Florida AND to all unknown WORTH deceased 301 North, behind Tas- flowers, food and most was in charge of arrange-

4/5 4t 4/26 owners, lessees, mortgagees, CHURCH OF GOD tee Freez Drive In, Sunday KINGSLEY LAKE of all your loving kindness.

judgment creditors llenhold- First publication on April 12th, LAWTEY, FLA. School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- BAPTIST CHURCH Also the prayers and sweet ments.Mrs.

NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR ers, or claimants of, uponor 1973. Schedule of services: Sun- vice 11 ajn. and 7 pjn. Sunday School 10a.m.Morn- words of comfort during the News orne

TAX DEED against the parcel of land 4/12 4t 5/3 day School, 10 ajn. Morning Prayer Service 7:30: pjn. Ing Worship at 11. Training sickness and death of our

in Bradford, Florida, described Worship at 1L Evangelistic Wednesday. Union, 6:30 p.m.; Evening beloved wife and mother. Our
Sec. F.S.
194.16 as follows: Service 6 pjn. YPE and -Leroy Olive pastor E.L. Worship 7:30: Prayer Meeting sincere thanks and gratitude Mrs. Edna Newsome, 70,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN The west 330 feet of the NOTICE OF ARREST AND Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Griffin associate pastor. 7:30 pjn. Wednesday.Rev. for all those comforting acts. died Saturday at her home in

that B. C. HOLTZENDORF, Southeast 1/4 of the North- SEIZURE. United States DIs- 7:30 p.JD.Rev.. Daisy S.C. Cuthbert, interim The Doris Wynn family. Starke after a sudden Illness.

JR. the holder of the follow- west 1/4 of Section 12, Town- trict Court, Middle Districtof KIght. PastorST. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH pastor. She was born In Bradford

ing certificates has filed said ship 6 South Range 22 East, Florida. PARTIES: USA (8 mi. south of Starke on County on Dec. 8, 1902, and

certificates for a tax deedto Bradford County, Florida vs Dlapulse Device Model D- MARY'S CATHOLIC hwy. 100)Sunday BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH CARD OF THANKS was the widow of Ray New-

be Issued thereon. The 101. Docket No. 73-91-Civ-J. some. She was a memberof
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CHURCH MACCLENNY School 10a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m.;
certificate numbers and years Notice is hereby given that Words can never expressour the First Baptist Church.
Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 pjn.;
of Issuance the descriptionof COMPANY a Florida corporation on March 12, 1973. I r arrested thanks for all the beautiful Surviving are her mother
Day Mass 5:30 pun Choir Practice .6:30 pjn. Worship Services 11 ajn.
the property; andthenamesIn has flIed in the a- an article of device con- Worship. .7:15p.m. and 7:30 pun Prayer MeetIng flowers food and most Mrs. Effle Gore Hendry;three
which it was assessed are bove Court its Petition in IrD'lalol oaalOaaTrT( Evening ; of all loving kindness.
sisting of one unlabeled Dla Prayer&Blble Study. Wed. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. your sisters, Mrs. R. E. Mathews,
as follows: Eminent Domain Proceed- pulse device, more or less, soclation, 440 North Monroe 7:30 -Rev. Jim Temple,Pastor Also the prayers and sweet Mrs. B. C. Peddy, and Mrs.

Certificate No. 130. Year of ings against you and each of and also including the follow- Street, Tallahassee, Florida, : pjn.Merle L. Packham words of comfort during the Beatrice Day and one brother -

Issuance 1967.Description. you, seeking to condemn an ing items of written, printedand beginning at 9:00 A.M., Wednesday -Rev. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH death of our loving klndmess. Charles Howe all of

of Prooertv easement in the above des- graphic matter relatingto May 1, 1973. All Interested pastor. LAWTEY mother. The family of Mrs. Lakeland.
17 of Lakevlew S/D Sec cribed land all of said land Graham Crews
Lot invitedto held
the article: leaflet) "Dla- persons are HAMPTON CHRISTIAN Across Street, east of Law- Funeral services were
13, T-5-S, R-22-E. being located in Bradford pulse Model D-101 Specifica appear. CHURCH toy post office. Radio IIIIDDIDDDDDDIIIOOOIG at 11 ajn. Thursday, April

Name in which assessed: County. tions"; leaflet) "Dlapulse Department of Natural Re- School l0a.mMorn- program, 8 a.m.StationWPXE 12, in Jones Memorial Cha-

Stanley W. Davis. You and each of you are PHF Generator"; leaflet) sources Sunday 11 Evening 14-90 each Sunday. Bible STARKE CHURCHOF pel with Rev.William B.Johnson -
Ing Worship a.m.
All of said property beingin hereby commanded to servea Hodges Interment
"New Halves Randolph
Technique By: Worship 7. -James Shaw School 10 a.m. Preaching, CHRIST conducting.
the County of Bradford, copy of your answer or Time" Qeaf- Executive DirectorBy in Lake Cemetery.C. .
Wound Healing ; pastor. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Bible Bible School, 10 a.m. Wor- Crosby
written defenses to the Petition
State of Florida. ) kill O- Robert Vernon Director
let "Dlapulse at the : Study and Prayer Meeting ship Services 11 ajn. and
Unless such certificate or for Condemnation filed ) leaflet) Division of Interior Re-
lympiad Mexico" ; CHURCH OF CHRISTAT Wednesday 7 p.m. Elder A. 6 p.m. Midweek Service Wednesday -
herein McCarthy Steel ThorntonCarlos
certificates shall be redeemed upon "Radio Wave Health Aid"; sources .
MELROSE E. Massey pastor.ST. 7 p.m. Ladles Bible
according to law the property Hector & Davis 14th Floor leaflet) "60 Medics Attend 4/19 2t 4/26
Class. Thursday
First National Bank Building Schedule of Services: am. Thornton, 61, of
described in such cer-
tificate or certificates will be Miami Florida, on or before Symposiumspy"; QQeaflet) Sunday-Bible Study 10 a.m. EPISCOPAL. MARK'S CHURCH Church located one block Hellbronn Springs, died Tues-

the 25th day of April, 1973 NOTICE Morning Worship 11 a.m. I west on SR-16. day April 10 after a sudden
sold to the highest bidder at New Approach to The Man- ,
As provided Chapter Evening Worship 7 p.m. Sunday Services: .--J.! Bell,,ministerPINE
'the court house door on the ,and to file the original thereof of Subacute Sinustie" by attack at Ms home He was

agement 20723 Acts Of 194f Notice is All other evening 8 p.m. 8:30 ajn; Holy Communion.
the Clerk of the Cir-
with born in Bradford County on
first Monday in Month of May, ; leaflet) "PSW in Sinus 9:45 ajn. Church School. HILL CONGREGATIONAL
cuit Court, or default shall hereby given that tangible per March 15, 1912 the son of
1973 which is the 7th day of and Allied Conditions in Childhood" FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 11 a.m. Qst & 3rd Sundays) METHODIST CHURCH
sonal taxes assessedfor
be entered against you. property; the late Ruben and Eva Thorn-
May 1973. leaflet) "Operation
; STARKE Holy Communion. Sunday School 10 am Morn-
the 1972
TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration year are now ton. He was a Baptist.
Dated this 28th day of March, Procedure of Mod-
Dlapulse 11 (all other Sundays) 11 Youth
of Taking has been delinquent and beginning April SundayCommunity Easter a.m. Ing Worship ajn. Surviving are two brothers,

1973.GILBERT S. BROWNBy filed In the above cause by el D101"; pursuant to a Clerkof war- 1st such taxes are drawing Sunrise Service sposoredby Morning Prayer. Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship Lee and Henry Thornton, both
rant of arrest by the the Starke Ministerial Alliance The Rev. John M. Flynn, 7:30 p.m. Rev. L.L.
Beulah M. Moody Petitioner declaring that the this Court upon the filing Interest of one per cent per of Hellbronn Springs; and one

Clerk of the Circuit Court property; rights sought in the of a verified complaint in the month plus the proportionatecost at First United Metho- Rector. Griffls pastor. sister, Mrs. Myrtle Eaves
above described land have of publishing this notice dist Church 7 ajn.; Sunday Starke.
of Bradford County Florida above action. Any person having ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
4/5 4t 426NOTICE been taken for the public use Interestin and deliquent cost. Unless the School, 9:45; Morning Wor- Funeral services were held
and purposes set forth In the or claiming an amounts set opposite each ship at 11, sermon by Dr. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Highway S-100 A at 2 p.m. Thursday April 12,
or to said property must James Frost Florida Bap- Sunday Services at 10:30, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
Petition in this cause, and name below are paid before in the PIne Valley Congre-
file his claim within such tist Convention Sunday School Morning Prayer, First and ing Worship 11 a.m. Training
that Petitioner 'will apply to the 1st day of May 1973 war- gational Holiness Church with
OF APPLICATIONFOR time as may be allowed upon Director; Bell Ringers Group Third Sundays; Holy Communion Union 6:30 pjn. Evening Worship -
The Honorable George L. Pat- rants will be Issued thereon Rev. W. J. Thornton conduc-
TAX DEED application to the Court, and 2nd and 4th Sundays Sun-
5:15 Church Training. 6:15 ; 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
ten. one of the Judges of the directing levy upon the seizure ; ; ting. Interment was In Sapp
Sec. 194.16, F.S must file his answer to the
School 9:30 7:30
Evening Worship at 7:30ser- a.m. Prayer Meeting p.m.
of the tangible personal Cemetery near Raiford, with
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN Eighth Judicial Circuit Florida complaint herein within 20 mon Dr. James Frost. Thomas O. Feamster, Jr. -Rev. Leon T. OdomJr.,
property of the taxpayers for DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Homein
Bradford County ;
in and for
that B. C. HOLTZENDORF days thereafter. Pastor
WednesdayActeens 5 Pastor.
on the 27th day of April, Ralph B. Saucer Jr. unpaid taxes; penalties and charge.
JR. the holder of the follow- m.; Family Night Supper, 6;
additional The of
ing certificates has filed said 1973 at 10:30 o'clock a.m., United States MarshalIt cost. name Prayer Meeting and R. A. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD PINE LEVEL BAPTIST

certificates for a tax deed to in the Circuit Court Cham- 419NOTICE delinquent personal property; Meeting, 6:30; Teachers and Belford Road & Weldon St. Sunday School iOa.m. Morn- Robert CasonRobert
taxpayers and the amounts
be issued thereon. The certificate bers in Bradford County, Florida of Officers Meeting,7:15; Church Sunday School 10 a.m.M6rn- Ing Worship 11 a.m. Pre
taxes including the cost of
numbers and years of Starke Florida, for an OF APPLICATIONFOR advertising and the first Choir Practice 8. ing Worship 11. Sunday Even- Services (Booster Band.Young Cason, 97, died

issuance the description of Order of Taking the propertyand ; TAX DEED month's penalty and delinquent ThursdayVisitation, 7 pjn. Ing 7 p.m. Thursday Night People, and Prayer Service), Tuesday, April 10, In a Starke

the property; and the namesin such other orders as maybe Sec. 194.16, F. S. cost are as follows: 7:30. 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7p.m. nursing home. He was a resident -

which it was assessed are necessary or appropriate, Flo- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- Alvarez, Owen R. $285.79 AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH -Charles Thomas pastor. Midweek Service, Wednesday of Melrose for many
74 of the
under Chapter
as follows: EN, that Estate of Robert Amoco School 10 ajn., 7:30: p.m. Rev.John Strickland
Service Station 52.12 Sunday years.
rida Statutes, or which the
Certificate N4122. Year of Alexis Green the holder of Pastor.CONGREGATIONAL.
Worship a.m. three
Court deem proper. Baker Jeff 90.96 Morning ; Surviving are daughters -
Issuance 19671DescriptioY You and each of you are the following certificates has Blue Tavern 33.85 Evening Worship 7pm. Wed- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Mrs. Cecil Harris We-
of Property; : required to be and filed said certificates for a Broadway, H.C. 53.84 nesday Prayer Meeting and CHURCH, laka, Mrs. J. V. Ford and

Lot 62 on Oak of Crystal hereby in the above styled; tax deed to be Issued thereon. Brown, Carl L. 100.32 Bible Study 7 pjn. Young Sunday--Church School HOLINESS CHURCH Mrs. George Thlgpen, Palat-

Lake Homesites. Sec 1, T- Court appear on said date and time, The certificate numbersand Brown Edward 27.43 Peoples Meeting every Monday 9:45; Morning Worship at Sunday School 9:45 a.m. ka; and one son, Ralph Cason,
of the 11. provided.WednesdayYouth 11
years Issuance Nursery Morning Worship ajn.
8-S R-22-E. Pal
title Cannon Beauty Shop 7.33 7 p.m. atka.
and to show what right, Fellow-
Name In which assessed Lyn lien description of the property Colonial Florist 28.04 G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Funeral services were heldat
interest, or you or In which it ship 7:30 Prayer
and the names welcome. P.In.ThursdayCholr Thursday night 3
Campbell. Crawford. Mitchell G. 27.43 Everyone p.m. Wednesday April
of have or claim to Rehearsal
All of said property; beingin any you was assessed are as follows: Dannys Photography 41.05 Meeting 7:30: p.m. 11, In the Melrose Cemetery.
the County of Bradford, have in or to the parcel of Certificate No. 92. Year of Dyal Horace O. 27.43 7:30 p.m. -David Hodges Pastor.
land hereinabove described, Issuance -Erik T. Johnson Minister.
1971.Description. ,
State of Florida. Eddy Delmar Et.Al 38.49 MADISON STREET
and to show cause why the of Property: 1 CHURCH OF GOD
Unless such certificate or
Edwards. J.M. Jr. 174.20 BAPTIST CHURCH Students
certificates shall be redeemed same should not be taken for Lot 110' Sq in Wl/4 of SW1/4 HAMPTON 422 N. St, Clair St. Starke Man
Emanuel Bernard 154.36 22
Sunday, :
to law the properly the uses and purposes set Sec. 5 & El/2 of NEI/4 otSE1 BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m.MornIng -
according ; &
Service School 9:45
described in such certificateor forth in the Petition filed in /4 Sec 6 Desc OR BK Family Shoe Store 20.30 Morning Sunday Worship, 11 ajn.a.m.;; Sunday School 10 ajn.;. Worship 11 ajn. Sunday Model Offices

certificates will be soldto this cause. 23 Pg 115 Sec: 5, T-7-S, R- Fashion Fabrics 71.52 Church Training, 6:15: ; WMU Morning Service 11 ajn.Blbl; i Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night,
this suit and
bidder at the All parties to 22-E. Study 6:30 Ser. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer At
the highest Fla. State Hatcheries 316.46 Prayer Circle 7:15; Evening pm.Evenlrg; Yo-Tech
all parties interested may ap- Name in which assessed Meeting, Friday 7:30p.m.
court house door on the first Forsyth Vasco 5.32 7:30.MondayYouth. vice 7:30 pjn. '
and be heard at the times CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS & -Rev. M.E. Fussell pastor.
pear ,
in Month of
General Oil Co. Inc. 38.65 Choir,7 p.m. WednesdayPrayer and Bible
which is the 7th day of and places designated. APP. CO. 10 Vocational Office Education
1973 General Oil 31.38
WITNESS hand and the said Co. Inc. TuesdayBible Study, Study, 7:30 pjn. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
my All of
May, 1973. Court this property; beingIn Grlffls, Leslie 52.58 ajn.; Girls in Action, 3:30 -Melvin Hamel Pastor students at the BradfordUnion -
of said on
seal the County of BRADFORD Sunday Service Sunday
Dated this 28th day of March Griffls, Purvis 32.47 p.m.; Acteens, 7:30. Vo-Tech Center are operating
19th day of March 1973 at State of Florida School 9:45 ajn. Morning
1973.GILBERT Starke, Bradford County, Florida Unless such certificate or Hall William H. 3.31 TuesdayBible Study 10 EVERGREEN BAPTIST Worship 10:45: a.m.Evening a model office performing -
S. BROWNBy of the Lester
Harris Jim 14.86 a.m.; Girls In a Action, 3:30: CHURCH as employees -
certificates shall be redeemed Service 7:15 Youth
Beulah M. Moody p.m. Hill Corporation.
Hawkins Carl R. 120.42
Clerk of the Circuit Court Gilbert S. Brown according to law the property Hayes' Grocery 112.35 WednesdayRoyal Ambassadors Sunday School, 10 ajn. Group Meeting, Sunday, 6:30 Lester Hill is one of thiscountry's
of the Circuit Court described in such Morning Worship at 11 ajn.
Clerk cer-
of Bradford County, Florida Hideout 77.70 6:30 Prayer p.m.J.C. largest distributorsof
: p.m.; Sunday night Service at 6:30.
Florida Brown minister
4/5 4t 426NOTICE of Bradford County, tificate or certificates will Jones Gareth F. 9.85Kelth1s Meeting Business Meeting institutional equipment and

By Betty Edwards be sold to the highest bidderat Beauty Salon 98.81 Mission Friends, 7:30; Adult Wednesday night prayer supplies. Through its networkof
Deputy Clerk the court house door on meeting at 7:30.: branch offices In stateit
King John G. 27.43 Choir. 8:30. LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST every
OF APPLICATIONFOR 3/29 4t 4/19 Monday in Month of May, 1973, Kirkland, Charles W. 13.16 ThursdayVisitation, 9:45 -Cecil E. CrawfordSr.pastor. CHURCH is capable of providing hotels -

TAX DEED which is the 21st day of May, Lee's Fish Market 7.33 a.m.. 3:30 and 7:30 pjn.; VBS Sunday School 10 ajn.Morn- motels, and other residential -

Sec. 194.16 F.S. 1973. Lewis E.M. Timber Co. 77.70 Planning, 3:30: p.m. institutions with most
NOTICEIn ing Worship 11 ajn. Evening
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN, The Circuit Court of Florida Dated this 10th day of April, Longhorn Rest. 59.40 -Denton Sumrall, pastor GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE BAPTIST Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday of the items they need for

that J. W. HULSEY the hold- Eighth Judicial Circuit 1973.GILBERT Manning J.C. 3.31 WILL Everyone welcome. maintenance and basic opera-
er of the following certificates In and For Bradford County. CLERK Massey Service Station 22.43 -Rev. Robert llaistenpas- tions.
said certificates The full scale office simu-
has filed Moody, Seeber 63.42
for a tax deed to be Case NumberIN --- By: Beulah M. Moody National Credit Exchange HOLY WEEK SERVICESAT Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sun-, tor. lation is open to the public to

Issued thereon. The certificate PROBATEIn Clerk of Circuit Court of 10.65 ST. EDWARD'S day School 9:30 Morning browse through the office.

numbers and years of Issuance re: Estate of AL V. FOX- 'Bradford County, Florida. New Method Cleaners 106.11 SundayPalms blessed before Worship 11; League 4 p.m. Hours are from 8:15: 9:45

the description of the WORTH NOTICE, deceased OF PROBATETO 4/19 4t 5/10 New River Ranch Inc. 253.63 Mass. Night Service 6 pjn.-Rev. SMYRNA MISSIONARY ajn. dally except Friday.

and the names In ALL PERSONS INTERESTED Orealr, Richard L. Sr. 32.47 Mon., Tues., Wed.-- Dally Jasper Williams pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH Martha Buckley former
which it was assessed are as LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Prevatt, W.A. 90.26 Mass 8:30 ajn. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday General Manager of the office -
DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Services: Sunday School.10
follows: NOTICEOF Rosters, Nursery 16.14 Holy Thursday-- Evening has now handed over her
Certificate No. 100. Year of SAID DECEDENT: PUBLIC HEARING Salazar Dorothy 14.86 Mass of the Lord's Supper, BROOKER ajn. Preaching, 11a.m.Train- duties to current Manager

Issuance 1970.Description. Your are hereby notified Notice Is Shell Service Station 76.34 7 p.m. Solemn adoration, 8 Sunday School 10 ajn. Worship ing Union 5:45 p.m. Evening Jeannie Covington.

of Property: that a written Instrument purporting to Chapter72-299 hereby given Lawsof pursuant Sherwood Willis S. 66.64 to 12 Midnight. Services 11' ajn. and 7 Worship, 7 p.m. Everyone Other department managers

NW Cor ofa to be the last will 14.86 Good Friday Stations of pun Training Union 6 pun. welcome. Include Shelly Smith, Debbie
Beg 176', S of and testament of said dece- Florida, of a public hearing Smith Plumbing '
Cor of 18.39 the Cross 2:30 p.m. Liturgy -Rev. Lacy Conway, pastor. Dyal, and Colleen Nichols.
5-A trac In SE. dent has been admitted to to be held by the Department Star lite Motel -Wilbur Dyess Pastor.
S 180' E 25.83 consisting of Passion, prayers I
NE1/4 of SEV4, probate in this Court. You of Natural Resources to Sullivan, Felix
180'% W 123.6'; take Colon 27.43 veneration of the Cross, MORGAN ROAD
123.6'N commanded with- testimony pertaining to Thomas
are hereby LAURA BAPTIST I. .
to POB Sec. 34, T-6-S, R- in six calendar months from the proposed rules and regulations Tuck's Drive Inn-Inv. 10.45 and Holy Communion, 7 p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH School 9:45 !
Sunday ajn.
11.85 Holy Saturday-- Pascal fire, Sunday School 10 ajn. The lather down the block
22-E. of the Departmentof Tyson, Alphonso I
the date of the first publi- 11
Morning Worship ajn.
Name in which assessed: Natural Resources Underwood Motel 81.47 renewal of Baptismal promises Morning Worship at 11.Training take a tip from the bun drfvere. -
cation of this notice to appear gov.rwater Worship 7:30 !
and Vigil Mass 7 Union 6:30 Evening Service Evening p.m. At allowance
Willis Gunter. In this Court and show ning well contractors Unity Cafe 0 8.72 p.m. time, h*
Midweek Bible Study.Wednes- !
All of said property,beingin if in Florida. The public hearing WHines Car Lines 8.39J. Confession each evening before 7:30.Wednesday: gives( the children tr\ct
cause, any you can, 7:30
and day, : pjn.
the County of Bradford, the action of this Court in will be held in the audi- R. Kelly Tax Collector services. Prayer Be in church Sunday. change only. I
Florida. torium Bradford County Florida Easter Sunday-- Mass 10 Bible Study. 7:30 pjn.Rev. !
State of admitting said will to probate of the Tallahassee -Lester Austin *
Unless such certificate or should not stand unre- Federal Savings and Loan Aa- 1/t 4/19 a.m. -- Bob Cooper pastor. I fr


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CLASSIFIED AD RATES HOUSE Painting, contract or
Deadline for Insertion Monday hourly basis. Call 964-5559 FOR RENT' 20 ACRES, $4,9751 PS SAVE $ ELECTROLUX
p.m. preceding Thursday 5/3 SALES SERVICE

_ SINGER SEWING MACHINES Valley. BUICK PONTIAC Cleans Shag Carpet Experience Service Man Home and Building

at the only Singer dealership Located In Lake Geneva CMC TRUCKS Better Than Any Other Per Mobile Materials
Minimum Hunting, fishing area. $60 p
Charge$1.75 "
In Bradford County area. Singer Hwy 100 A LITTLE RIDE CAN Vacuum Cleaner WE BUILD
(Covers 15 words) Zig-Zag machines start down $60 monthly. & Delivery. Must Have -

Each word over IS, 8C! at only $67.00.We service Call 473-4572 Or Cason'a Owner, STEED SAVE YOU A LOTS/?3 Life TimeService Chauffer Licenses & "Your Plant Or Our

All Classified Ads must bo all makes sewing machines Groc. 911 West 10th I GREEN COVE SPRINGS! Guarantee Your Lot Or Ours."
Experience I I In
and Vacuum cleaners. 138 E. Retail
paid for In advance unless
Amarillo, Texas 79101 CALL AL YOUNG
you have established. account Starke. Stchg 4/26 806-376-8690 Mobile Home Business.
with The Telegraph, in that Gainesville 372-7811 .
Itp CARL BEGGS RepairsAdditions
event sot extra charge. for BABYSITTING In my home r Starke, 964-8221
billing. Not responsible, for ,Call 964-6739, 723 Colley J Gulf Service Apply
errors wnen given over the Road. ItpBULLDOZING Homes Bought Sold
phono or when copy is not typed Mustang Trod.dand
brought to the office SEWINGMACHINE
& Wheel Trac'HELP WANTED- Olin Mobile Mustlln,. Mobile ACREAGE FOR SALE
tor work by the hour or Job. Homes Sales. Appear In : USED Homes
Goetzman Brothers 944-4153
garage tfchg. MOBILE NOME
person IHC. 1 1650 N. .Temple
Keystone Heights Fla.: Ph. Hwy. 301 S. Stark. TF,
Pay For Classified 473-3104 or 473:3183. 4tp WANTED maid at To-Rena PARTS Sal at and Service Ph. 964-7212

Ails In Advance Motel. Apply in person New Homes Expected All PFAFF- ELNA

Increased costs. have made 5/3 only. Itp This Week. Come In And New Horn
It necessary for this newspaper For Most Makes Of Cars WANTED
to clarify Its present EARL'S land clearing, dozer See Them Open Until Dark. WHITE
rules and adopt new 'ones for work & nil dirt.( Free esti GAS pumps & clean up work. 24 Hr. Wrecker Service
the publication or classified mates. KIngsley Lake Ph.533Stuckeys, Hlway, 301 N. 964- 1650 49.50 up Farm AcreageHomes
advertisements In Its eol2141.. 8tp 5/31 5044. Itp N. Temple I Aye. Hwy. 301() N. Waldo

umns. 964.7212 Starke. Fla. Phone 468-1998 Parts & Repairs on Highest Prices Paid
All advertisement. of this Reduce safe & fast with GoWANTED house, keeper,care Open Sun all/ other make machinalNATIONAL
nature must be paid In advance Bese Tablets & E-Vap "wa for 1 child 3 days a week.
unless an established PharMust have references. Fh.
ter pills" Andrews
monthly account Is maintained Itp BUYERS WAITINGCALL
4tp .4/19.
with this newspaper.macy. THOMAS REALTY

Mailing and bookkeeping PLANNING A TRIP
costs have advanced, making TYPEWRITERS, ADDINGMaWANTED- Maid at Trail Mo- 964-5701 Nltet 468-1753 611 W. Univ. Ave BILL POWELL, BROKER
It necessary to make this LET US HELP!I '
chines & Cash Registers tel In Lawtey. Apply in per-
adjustment. ItpSHORT 3 BR BLOCK, Corner Lot Gainesville I Fla.
It Is much preferred that TYPEWRITER cleanedrepaired.SERVICE 782- We Will I Finance Your Trip $8,800 TELEPHONE
classified advertising be 2 Houses on 1 Lot $12,700 378-1355
placed In person, rather than 3020. 4tp 5/10 ORDER cook wanted, We Handle 3 BR Block 1 1/2 Bath
by telephone so ar to avoid B&G Truck Stop&Restaurant. EXOTIC CRUISES $17,000 964- 6464

errors. T t"" SHEET ROCK hanging & FinNow under new management. Tel The 3 BR 2 Bath, Carpets,
ishing. Ceilings, crowfooted Apply in person. 4tp 4/19 INTERESTED IN BUYING
.. ( .IIIII.EATNISIt Drapes Corner Lot. OR SELLING? 24 Hours A
or swirled, stucco & Day
Alto ... .
bricke "

t MOTORCYCLES J patching.stone finish Simulated on old or...r. WANTED at B&G restaurant-Short order& truck cook: and lour E Call Nice.St.Nice$19,700 Home,Cent. CONTACT

buildings. Ph. 782-3896 stop Now under new man Loan. To $600 Heat/Air, Ref., Stove

or 7823578. 4tchg 4/12 agement.. Apply in person. 4tp Call 964-7449 3 BR$22,500 2 Bath,Cent Heat/Air GEORGE ROBERTS

FOR SALE- 1972 Suzuki WANTED- Used furniture,refrigerators
350. P.O. Bex 226 N. Temple Den
Florida Room, CharUs
good shape. 4000 miles also House Dah- WANTED T.Lphon.312.3164
helmet, $600. Ogiesby.mer's Discount fiche ,
Larry Carpenter Sub-Contractor ,_ 3 BR 2 Bath,Brick,Central FARM MACHINES
:364-5240. tfchg The world's largest Heat/Air, Stove, A-l, PHONE 961-7826

HOME REMODELING JOBS lot builder needs framing sub'TIM'S $28,500 421 W. MADISON' ST. New & Used
done; also small appliance contractor, plenty; of work in NEW AND USED 2 Other Beautiful Homes
work. Prompt service. Call all areas. Must have crew, In Nice Section $40,000 4 Ml.North on U.S. 441

MISCELLANEOUS 964-8087. 5tp 4/12 tact Bill and Gregory, 6227.Phillips Con SALES tfchg Class o. C. Cirats Nvrs ry GAINESVILLE. FLA.
Hwy., Jacksonville. Call Thousands al Plants,
collect 904-733-3250. SERVICE Fruit Trees, Shad Trees.
4/26 "Wh ere Service I I It The Better Idea"
LAWN Mowing service, large t FOR SALE J Stchg Deep and Shallow WellsPlumbing MILLEI .,... Evergreens Azaleas., Camellias Rates _
or small. Contact Steve Thomas .
r Mast In Cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
964-7415 tfchg WAITRESS wanted B&G restaurant -

and truck stop. Now SuppliesEXPERT 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starke, PINEHURST GROCERY AND VARIETY STORE

ROOFING, specializing In reFILL DIRT-Beach under new manage/ment. Apply SERVICE --- Hwy. 100Flarahome'
sand, clay in Special One Week Only On
pairs and reroofing: All repairs & nil, Dum person.. ON ALL MAKES 659-2165
1 service VOLKSWAGEN
guaranteed year. &
Aluminum gutter, white tractor work, Ke stone PHONE 9647061DURRANCE DOUBLE KNIT MATERIAL I
enaHeights.. Hank B, .. WAITRESS wanted B&G N.w & Used
mel COOL SEAL FOR MOBIL 4761. 4ft 4/6 --6 473'" restaurant & truck stop. Now '
HOME ROOFS.1) 3/4 mile N. under new management Apply Sal. Service RAY ELECTRIC $4.99 Now $3.99

301. Rogers Upholstery 964- FOR, SALE,,_ 1964 International .In.person. 4tp 4/19 PUMP & SUPPLY .CO. ... ,
8350. 4tp 4/26 1/2 ton pickup. Call 1 Mi. North of the Mall Residential HWY 100 East $3.99 Now $2.99 Store Houri

964-7923 after 6 p.m. 964W -Busboys. dlshwasMoved 5 Blacks North GAINESVILLE Commercial Of StarkeM e".U And Chrlitln( D..o 7 Days A WeekSewing
LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast 6183. Itp hers, counter help, cook 864 N. Temple Aye Industrial
with X-ll Diet Plan $3.00. waitresses..Apply E. M. Club

REDUCE Excess Fluids with FOR SALEFeeder pigs, Camp Standing. 3tp 4/19 ..
X-Pel $3.00.MoneyBackGua- 1 mule & equipment. 782- Licensed & Bonded

ratites at Koch Drug. 12tp 3715. 2tp 4/26 AT INSURANCE. Operators

6/21 _ Free Estimate
FOR SALE Gentle horse WANTED ]
Wtt:: NOW HAVE diamond new with saddle & brlddle. Call DOYLE E. CONNER FIAT Ph. 473-3681 Experienced 'Preferred But We Will Train.

dies for any make or model 964-7577 after 6 p.m. Itp. INSURANCE AGENCY '
stereo player.Dahmer's tchg!' Sales Parts Service No Job Too Small If You Are Seeking Regular Permanent

Discount House tfchg FOR SALE 15' boat, 50 WANTED TO RENTPiano New and Used Employment.1

h.p. motor, Good
lerPb. for 14-year-old girl to practice. USED IMPORT CARS
condition. $495. 9647741.
Cadillac.. Uniform
Itp Possible sale. 964JIMMY MOORE'S HAIFIED AUTO Refinishing I Co.
7686. 2tp 4/19 T
SuSprts IMPORTS INC. 441 E. Brownlee
A FOR SALE 6 cows 5
All Typci OfUpholtt.ry Starke Fla.
calves, I reg. Angus bull.BUYING U. S. Silver coins, MORE BOAT FOR 509 E. University

5 years old. Good producer. any condition, 25% over face, YOUR MONEY Gainesville 372.4373 TP /rrw.a i *
old coins & coin collectionswanted. d
TREASURETROVE 782-3360. ltp Pis Cabinet Work
; Paying market price. Starke Ph. 964-5791
Phone for appointment. J. R.
Specializing In
Bulllngton 964-7271 or 964- Complete Outboard & Stern United Farm
garage door & necessary 6250 tfchgNATIONAL Drive Service and Repair. Piano RefinishingAnd A
Complete Building Service I
hinges $40. Ph. 964-8073. Inc-
Complete Fiberglass Rop.ol, Agency, ReconditioningN !
1 Phone 964-5270 219 E. Washington St.Starke. .
I Custom built Fiberglass Reg. Real I Estate Broker
FOR SALE- Baby Calves & Fishing' B_... Paul & Irene Faulkner '
goats. Northern livestock, Associates 131SW:. Madison Starke CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL
Waldo Road, Gainesville.- t HOUSE FOR SALE 1 $4.59
THEWANT 3901. 4tp 5/10 206 S. Water Street 'Th e No Wax Floor"

Starke, Fla. 964-5065 Completely Installed Compare At $6.0 Per Sq. Yd.

PUREBRED German Shepherd compaCentral Machine WANT TO SELL OR CLEAN RUGS
pups for sale. Reasonable. mortgage RUY REAL ESTATE? BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTURED
has two four bedroom,
4/19 ny And Tool Product
468-1490. 2tp bath homes for sale, on 1/2 Call Us For Best Prices HI LOW NYLONS

acre wooded lots. Low down TOOL MAKERS Prospects Waiting WITH M.ny Colon To Choos From $A 97
FOR SALE- acre on RD tfchg f .. .
payment. Call and see how DIE MAKERS E c d F.H.A. Specifications
230 between country club and BLUE LUSTRESHAMPOOER
ADS easy It is to own one of these Machinists Cotnpl.t.ly ln ( ll.d Over Rubber Padding P" Sq. Yd.
limits. Cash or Term
homes. Call collect Ocala 622- Top Ratu" Hour W.ek.
Call 964-5010 or 533-2214 et- SHAGter
8118. tfchg Hospltallxfltlon Znturanc.
7 p.m. 2tchg. 4/19 Job The Carpet With The Now Look!
Clean Precision Air Condition Opportunities loon. Contlnuou. Fit. Nylon '
ShooCENTRAL'MACHINE Many Color To Choos From
LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering STI LL ONLY Com:>l.uly In.l.lUd Ov.r Rubb.r Padding Pare. Yd. $7.95
Is something 6 x.9. $3.19: 9 x 12, $5.98; For Waitress I
12 x 12. 411.50: >12 x 15 only HOUSES fOR RENT & TOOL PRODUCTS Maids And Front Desk

missing? for; .Dahmer's Many Dlsoourt7ti Gainesville, Fla. J'-or/ OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES

Ph. 376-2333
FOR RENT- summer cottages HWY. 100 W. PH. 964.5606 --l..n .,.-,
LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf +1111++
f 'e& Country Club, ready for By week., Call Kingsley 533-2366 Lake after IIIUI+J+ See Our New ISSl 111 JS*

building on or for investment. six ,, '**:' -
Lots area approximately tfchg.f., Selection Of Doublewides.acre '

and larger. Paved roads.. We Also Have New And Used Household I
only minutes from town. FOR RENT- bedroom nicely Homqs. t j
Call 964-7701, 8 ajn. to 5 furnished house. Adults, SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES :: Furnishings For Sale.

pan. ttchg no pets. Call after 4:30.: 964- Eipindo Rooms & Add 1 I Ills s. 8 Til Dark Mnn S;.t, Noon Dark On Sundav 4/73
5490. Itp
FOR SALE- Registered On RODo"'II'd .
bulls 1 and 2 year old Phone Sot Up ''':'':'':' ::: ::: : : : :: :: : : .;

.964-6114. J. B. White tfchg Plumbing & Electrical 1 100 MILE RADIUS RestaurantGOOD R '.. fffffffffttfiftftNOTICE.
Repairs and In.tollatlolBANK FINANCING \
PAY :{
There is plentymi.aing for WATSON'SHOUSE
you and your family with. OF VACUUMS ACE ENTERPRISE HWY 17 NORTH AND BENEFITS I U 13 :: ,
out a Carrier central air Many brands of new vacuums 24 Hour Service GREEN COVE 5/73 : R.O. Simmons Equipment

conditioning system. See $39.00 up. Used machines 964822011 No Answer Tol. 284-5001 364-7311 Paid Vacations ... ::::.
us today during pricebreaker our fabulous from $10. Expert Repairs Call 431-1000 or 431-1200 Q :4::: Has Moved To Starke
preseason '
sale! all make Parts and Accessories Paid HolidaysGroup CJ :::
for all vacuums Built MAITIN CAMPEIS Insurance :
in'i Central vacumn cleaning 4 ::
systems 712 N.MaIn.Ga1nesO.S U.S. 90 We.,. Lako City Profit SharingUniforms :: All Your PoultryEquipment

'ville 376-7110 Phone 752-3723 A DAY I

ForMobile Per Best Selection. Of Needs
And Many Others with purchase of Blue Lustri r



332 W. Madison F.OR RENT- 12', wide Mobile I 468.1531 And Of STARKE 301 E. Call St. I 317 E I!. Srewnlee St. Starke, Fla. I'
PHONE / Full Lino Of Port
Starke. Pie. beam evUlde city limits. 1.B. Starke, Fla.

9(54-7701( White. Fh. i.n4trc: Ifno 964-8331 Service TP ,Between 8 A.M. 5 P.M. 964-6163 PHONE! 904/964-6819 4TpApril /

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POQ. 16 TELEGRAPH April 1 19, 1 1973 V .

. Wins County Community By Elizabeth ovens: Walker

By Josephine Fontaine Spelling Title $400-plus that most GI
Bill students received in No- Sarah Prince. Friday night
COUNCIL at the Hampton City Hall. vember, may cause some GRAND SESSIONOF Greater Allen Chapel AME Greater Bethlehem Freewill Band will meet at
recalculations Prayer
Hampton City Council met Miss Norman is the daughterof Susan Edwards Is the 1973 end-of-school MASONIC FAMILY Church, Rev. B. C. Williams Baptist Church, Itev. Jasper the home of Mother McKay.
April 10 at the Hampton City Mr and Mrs. M, J. Nor- Bradford County Spelling Bee budgets, Director of the Flo- The Grand Session of the pastor. Practice for the Eas- Williams, pastor We are Dinners will be sold from
Over 40 Champion, winning the championship Masonic Family is being held ter program Is In working with the children this
II all. All members were pre- man. guests were rida Division of Veterans Af- progress, the kitchen on Saturday.
sent, also Mayor Don Hill. present when Miss Norman Thursday, April 12, fals W. B. Mackall said this In Jacksonville this week,with and parents are encouragedto week, making ready for Eas- Sunday services will begin
There was a discussion about entered the hall and was seat- over Tina Norman, a flfth- week. the Worthy Matron and Wor- please send the childrento ter activities. Tuesday night with Sunday School at 9:30.:
the radio for the police car, ed in a lovely rocking chair, grader at Lawtey Elementary, Because the October law thy Patron of Dell ChapterIn church each evening at 5 Senior Choir rehearsal. Wed- Morning Worship at 11. DIn-
from on the words "kerchief" and"capsule" attendance.All p.m. The cooperation all nesday night, Prayer Meet-
and a motion was approvedto a gift Mr and Mrs. that brought Increased monthly of ner served at 12:30.: Easter
install one that Marshall Buck Dennison and Peck Den- subsistence allowancesalso members are asked to is needed. ing. Thursday night Ladles will be held at 3pm.
Parker reported on. There nison. The hall was decorated Other champion spellers representing gave V A authority to make attend the next meeting on Easter Sunrise service will Circle at the home of Mrs. program.
was also quite a bit of dis- with fresh flowers and their schools In payments at the beginning of April 26 to hear a reporton be held at 5 a.m. All members -
cussion about the old trees there were two decorated tables the competition were David the month, there will be no the Session. and friends are asked ""--
in town that needed to be cut onu loaded with beauti- Fussell, Brooker Elementary check when classes are over. to please meet at the churchat
down for safety reasons, also ful wrapped gifts and the other ; Jay Faulkner, Hampton NSC NEWS this hour. Everyone is GRIFFIS BROTHERS
more about the drainage with decorated cakes and Elementary Sara Faulk, By the same token, when Summer time is sewingtime asked to wear white. Sunday
situation. There was no mowing punch bowl and flowers. The South side Elementary; and veterans return to classes -- time for sun suits School, 10 a.m. Morning Wor-
in April, and the mow- door prize was won by Miss Joyce Wainwright, Starke El- In the Fall, they will have a and play suits. Young mo- ship at 11. The Easter pro- GAS COMPANYV
Ing was granted to Mr, Tres- Tella Norman. The honoree ementary.Mrs. check in hand to help them thers are invited to take advantage gram will be held at 4 p.m.
ler. Marshall Parker reported received many beautiful and Julie Fuller, English when the money need Is grea- of this class whichis Sunday. All parents are Invited -
that he had some new useful gifts. Cake and punch Department Head, Bradford test for tuition, books and held at RJE each Thurs- to attend this programto RADIOV
tickets, that the old ones were was enjoyed by all. High School, pronounced the supplies.All day from 10 till noon. Everyone encourage the> children. commercial. DISPATCHEDV
words, and judges for the e- mend or make some-
obsolete and could not be used Mr and Mrs. W, Fontainewere this has been made pos- can
There was a report that visitors at the home of vent were: Rev. J, C. Brown, sible under the new law signedby thing. 1he Old 1I | TRUCKS
Mrs. Sue and See-
some of the youngsters were Mr. and Mrs. W, Schaub in Chapman, the President a on October
with- Crescent City last week. Mr. ber Goodman. 24, that not only Increasedthe CHURCH[ [ NEWS
riding bicycles at night "GAS COSTS LESS"GAS
Jim Temple, Superintendentof New Bethel Baptist Church,
Mrs. Fontaine and Mrs. William Schaub and monthly training checks
out lights. ,
suggested that street signs Miss Florence Schaub, all of Schools, presented awardsto but also permits the Veterans Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.Sun- t ;:::: S APPLIANCES SALES & SERVICE
Long Island N, Y. also each participant at the close Administration day School, 9:30; Morning ,
be put up and the houses were to issue subsistence ) e AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING
the The Easter
ot contest. 11.
Worship at
After visitors in the Schaub home. checks at the begin-
numbered. some discussion -
Susan will Brad be held the
it was decided that William and Florence are son represent ning rather than at the end program will For Service In
ford County; In the Regional morning service. FellowshipHour (
they would see what the cost and daughter of the Schaubs. of the month's training.For .
Spelling Bee on Saturday,May will be held at Ebene-
of the signs would be. The Starke (Including Inside City)
EASTER EGG HUNT 5, in Jacksonville. zer Baptist Church at 3 p.m.
Council decided to get more any questions "Diplomacy'ia thinkingtwice
regarding Evening service, 7 p.m.
lImerock for the City streets Egg The Hunt second will annual be held Easter this #.#I'......." ...#,#., veterans matters, contact before saying nothing." Lawtey Raiford

There was to be a reportat coming Saturday at the Hampton either the local County Vet- _,,.," .' =L 'HUUHH'-'HUH UU'-.UU.................... .
the next meeting on the gram, he said eran Service Office, office Kingsley Lake & Hampton
Ball park, in Highway any -
property next to the City; 221. There will also be a School Board members a- of the Veterans Admin- Double EE Mobile Homes Inc.
Dump, to see if it could be
purchased by the City. Mr bake sale, sponsored by the greed that school playgroundsand istration or write Mackall at I 4500 N.W. 6th Street Gainesville, Flo. CALL
Barnes Volunteer Firemen and the other property will be Post Office Box 1437, St. Petersburg MAXVILLE
suggested extendingthe
Ladies Auxiliary made available to programs 33731. Sales & Service
City limits to 301. This
SENIOR! CITIZENS will have planned by the Associationas
discussed and decided to 289-2281
long as activities do not 1 YEAR CONDITIONAL WARRANTYAll
their regular meeting tomor- Under
talk to the attorney about it. the new legislation '
The next meeting will be the row night at 7:30.: interfere school program with the regular (PL 92-540X VA Is now allowed Sizes Including ''Doublewides Complete'

second Tuesday in May, the to issue the first subsistence W@ fl77M34T|)
8th, at 8 p.m -r check as soon as It Prices CompetitiveCLIFF r LP Gas
AVir Policy receives from schools and ULJ Service
I ir
FIRE DEPARTMENTThe SENIOR colleges the veteran's certi- RANKIN, ,Manager
Boatwright home burn- For Use Of ficate of enrollment, rather
ed last week. Nine volunteer CITIZENSHeavy than waiting a month or more PHONE 372-5267 6641 103rd ST. JACKSONVILLEBonusBuy
Firemen answered the fire S c/wolf'ro/lf'rty/ after he starts classes.

alarm, but the house was too -r .
The Clay County Recreation -
far gone before it was reported -
to be saved. There Association has been designated rains and soggy
was a fire drill last Satur- by the School Boardas grounds didn't dampen the en-
day at 1 p.m 12 men reported the official coordinatingbody thuslam of the people at our fEveryDayLowPricel
for it. Fire Chief Phillips for all volunteer athletic County Fair. John Torode : :
was very pleased with the groups and clubs in the sponsored the Senior Citizens
turnout and the interest county. Booth for which we sincerely U. S. D. A, GRADE "A"QUICK
shown. A correction on the Supt.! Jesse Tynes said he thank him. We were awarded PanlrYREGULAR
date that was in last week: would not receive any more 13 blue and 3 red ribbons, FROZEN GRIND FAIR
the next will be requests from groups seek- of $25 for
meeting on and the tidy sum Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
May 14.Mrs. ing use of school property our efforts. YOUNG
Hill tells us that vol- except through Herschel Blue Ribbons wore givento I!!!
unteers will be at your home Stokes, who is chairman of Joe Kerrigan,Dorothy Ker- SUPERMARKETS
sometime this weekend for the new five-man recreation rigan Lilly Johnson, Marlon I COFFEE
the Cancer Fund. If you are board, recently appointed by Driscoll, Alma Hough, Lilly TURKEYS STARKE'S
not going to be home, you the Clay County Commission. Roberts, Mary Allen, Lucy 320 S. WALNUT ST.
can give your donation to Mrs. Stokes assure the board that Tucker, Bill Richards, Wal- : ,
errron Low Goon DAYS
Hill anytime during April. the Association has no inten- ter Richardson, Della Speed A wall e0 .u
.Q':. ,;;
The Ladles of Hampton tion of curbing activities of and Helen Egan. Red Ribbons 1 0 LBS 59c L B 6 8 c ..m''OH"Aral.....2s...0 1973.
athletic in the a-
any group
Christian Church gave a bri- were given to Dorothy Ker-
rea. The sole aim is to improve BAG wi vi phased la' accept
dal Norman shower last for Monday!Miss Darlene night overall athletic pro- rigan, Mary. Allen, and Joe & U P I "''iii U.S.O.L FOOD SUMP

__ ____n Kerrigan.We were also elated to see COUPONSAGAR'S

our sister Hampton Club,
sponsored by Arthur Bruno i CENTER CUT BONELESS CUT
GAINESVILLE and Eddie Allen, also awarded CannedBONELESS.
red blue and white rib-

Business As the month of May has 1
DirectoryAUTO been dedicated as Senior Citizens HAMS !
month, some action STEAKS
should be taken to celebrate.We WASTE!
are now shopping aroundto
find the most suitable placeto 3 LB CAN 5 LB CAN ;I .. $149

BRASINGTONCADILLAC I Johnson& Paris, Inc. hold our annual luncheon.
Several restaurants in Brad- I JIIIIIIIIII!! $159
ford County; have been con- y w LB
SALES & SERVICE Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS tacted. With this in mind, we
Fin. election of Used Cart are appalled by the continuous -
Tak.n On Cadillac Trodet I We Rent Fertiliser Spreaders soaring cost of food, not EveryDayLowPrkc EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrke
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 373-5301 224 N.W. 6th Ph. 378-0476 only in meat but even the

lowly onion is priced sky high. CENTER CUT CHUCK Boneless Chuck Sliced Quarter Lean Meaty Fresh
BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS The entire range of foods is CHUCKROAST

rising comparatively. STEAKS Pot Roast Pork Loin Chop Pork Butts
POWELL'S LIDDELL Our last Increase in Social
2 4 to 8 Ibs.
to 3 pkg.LB.89
Security benefits has long been .
Beauty Academy ; LB. $1 .1 8
Glass Company submerged by the furious pace a : e LB. 79*
L.arn a Profession In Your of rising prices. Regular gas 114 t t tM10

Spar. Tim. Full or Part "Gloss For Every Purpose" oline may soon rise to 45C(!
or more per gallon. ThereIs I
Time Store Fronts Mirrors
an escalator clause In the DELMONTETOMATO LIBBY'S : LIBBY'S
219 N.W. 10 th.
378-2766 Tub Enclosures Showers present Social Security; Law

Furnitures Tops Glass which automatically brings increases GOLDEN CREAM
ReplacedNEW if the cost of living CORN STYLE 16.5oz
goes above 3 i% In any year, ; PINEAPPLE I
El ECTRIC LOCATION but this won't become a reality mnun OR WHOLE KERNEL 17oz CANS,

Motor Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville until 1975 and the pros- JUICE l"f"&I!' I SLICED, CHUNK & CRUSHED GARDEN SWEET PEAS
372-8191 372.1102 pects of Curbing Inflation are 17oz CANS
Of Gainesville. Inc. slim Indeed.
Repairing Rewinding, We have always been advised Innan nrnur Minnin
N.w And Used to work hard, be thrifty 46oz i i' niii>SlEveryDayLowPrke
2816 .N.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318 and save a nest egg for our 3/l 4/l MIX OR
old age. The nest is prob- CANS l5.25oz MATCH
MOVERS THIS sr\cT.; ably still there but the eggs I .

are getting mighty; small. Inflation U _ I
Long Distance Moving FOR! S.I.K and deflation are rob- EveryDayLowPrkcSWIIT BonusBuy EveryDayLowPrkc_ BonusBuyFfllSM
Storage Packing bing us both ways. Nostal-
Crating Shipping gically, we think back to the 4 MlLLOW Pantry Prid*

Free Estimates Call old song, "Potatoes are chea- Golden RipeBANANAS FLORIDAORANGES ? WHIP
per, tomatoes are cheaper, ; IL1Lu
now's the time to fall in love." LId TOPPING
Those were the days when

$1 purchasing was worth power.100 cents IP flesh e 47 s 69 11 FROZIN SEC 3/51

Van Service Inc. MUSIC Now; is the time for everybody pr/

3540 N.E. Waldo Rd., G'vill. BALDWINPIANOS izens, to, including get busy senior and writeto cit- i S Johnson & Johnson

372-4271 President Nixon; your Sen- CALM f JCOFFEE;
ft ORGANS ators and Congressmen and CREMORA. /4ErTfrBABY AVE
AUTO SALES SERVICE let them know, in no uncer- SPRAY ANTIPERSPIRANT ; !

BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS tain bout this terms, how you feel a- CREAMER

GMS., INC. Something deplorable can be done situation.and DE DOi'N'i ; ;i SHAMPO100z

at.ot .,( rPArtws the place to start is in the

ia Mlii rrFactory IBLJ J,; MUSIC Co. of White Congress.House and the Halls 1 220

Alex Morton Is still In the tiuirnr 59C Innan 9C.1 $1 29
G'vill. Shopping Cen. hospital and Improving slow- ('urnan. JAR rwnxrr,
AuthorisedPonrsae 372.5351 ly. Martha Sundem and Ernie CAN : .

Sal... Parts-Service Bonawandt have been hos
210 .N.. Main Gainesville, Flo. pitalized. We hope all of those r EveryDayLowPrke M EveryDayLowPrke
372-7S81 who are ill will soon be well EveryDayLowPrkepfEiFren EveryDayLowPrkc
and be back with us again. A Hmrdmrt STRAWBERRY
CAMPER SALES & SERVICEvow' Klrby't M.IIIMsme Our next meeting will be
.tf."lr i SupffUs, Inc. April 24, 1 p.m., Pratt St. SALADDRESSINGS : POUND
Rec. Center. Come and ro o
en- rooD
Gainesville Authorized DealersFor Joy a pleasant afternoon. 9i r.u 22 CAKE ..AIAe CUPS14ox
Evons-lnterthem -Joe Kerrigan

CAMPER MART, INC. Siegler Heating 8> u 3/l/ SIZE eEvsrYCsytowPrke
--== \.
3111 N. Main Gainesville Air Conditing Equip. --=-
378-2954 T Bay Service D.pt. Accessories Supplies I. -

Sal.cpl.t.: Concord.Camping Volunt..r.SfII Store), Parts and Service ...d: 'SiiQ". SCOTT IMFJD-yLowPrke eeNT.Yralae I."IMyLowPrIce.....00....... .srvDsyLewPrk..TIPS EwryDsylZPrke MlghtyHgh, STOCK UPCRANYIRRY


Wheels, Norris, Monitor, Fan 4500 .N.W.. 6th St. Gainesville "The loudest sound In the .._......c........ ;' SAUCE YAMS SWABS ," ,. EASTER SUNDAY

Explorer, Sport Coach 378.8902 new world car'ia"the first rattle 'In a : :aurr29C 2/49c/ case' 6/$1 L79:! rear..ef 59C

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