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 26, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven i,


No. 37 Thursday, April 26, 1973\ Copy

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2 New j' .h Liquor Store

DoctorsLocate "'-

Zoning Okay

In CityTwo L

new doctors +7I (

have medical moved practicesto their ) Yi Given 10 By

Starke, accordIng -

to information:

. released the Board Tuesdayby of City CountyTIME

Trustees !and: Med ,

ical Staff of Bradford -

County Hospital. Five applicantsfor

CIIANGES SUNDAYCareful liquor licensesin
The two doctors are CarlosM.
Hernandez, :M. D., a grad- Bradford Countyand
be hour late for work Monday
jou'll an
uate of the University of h Havana an equal number
morning, or maybe jou'll miss church Sunday morn-
School, of Medicine, and in the City of
Klert Sundusadee, M. D., a Ing.
Clocks and watches should be advanced one hourat Starke gained zon-
graduate of the University of
29 when Florida and most
2 a.m. Sunday, April ,
School of MedicineIn
of the rest of the nation go from standard to daylight ing approval of
Thailand. Both have been
placed on the staff at Bradford % 'yf! saving time their locations at
That means that before going to bed Saturday
County Hospital.
night or Sunday morning, as the case may be, time meetings
Dr. Hernandez, 52, Is the ....',;' 4 r pieces should be set forward or advanced one hour.In Tuesday nightoftheBradford
former medical and surgical t." .... : ; the process an extra hour of daylight will be gained Countyand
director of the State Prisonat :.: I"rrd.i this summer. To sleepyheads, it means you'll haveto

Raiford. He will occupy -:., .. get up an hour earlier. City of fctarke
the office building of the late .- ": .
,. ; The nation will go back to regular standard time zoning boards.
Dr. A. J. Barry at 601 E. : .. .\. ,. ........ ...' .. the last Sunday in October. After "springing ahead"one
Call Street. His office hours .. A sixth Bradford County applicant -
-0' .. hour this' spring, the clock will "fall back" one
will be from 9 a.m. to 5 ', '. '. "' was told by the county
';'. ", ,. 1-';>' 'Ow hour next October.Local.
p.m. Monday-Friday. ... -...- .' board he must get signed approval -
.., ;, :;r. ''';' ; :
... from residents within
Sundusadee 31 is .. 0. ;..f : .. .
a ;
-'M. .
.. '' .. .
"- 'i. ., .. .. two blocks of his business,
Board Certified formerly ,- : 1 .
Surgeon : i, .. -
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/ ,, ;r.o .
-.r,..w..,. .. c.t ." in all directions, since he Is
from the Me- "cA"_ y ,;. t: ...
Reception : !, : ,
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Poverty residential
"" -' ". ., ...: .. In a area.
dical Center at Lake Butler, ,. '" : .. .,... : ii': ;...>.:. ..
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branch of Florida State PrI- -,....."' .t\ ti. :". "" ._.. ._ The board
a .... 4' ,.". j ,. county; adoptedthe
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son. Dr. Sundusadee Is sharing ; : : .' ,'_ :EJ"ffu;:" N :, BR (retail sales and ser-
office space with Dr. H. .. .'... : ;"' :A' -,,,. ",, .. ., u. ..'' :7 .d1L"'''-::.-';<. vices) classification to applyto
r, :H. 'Adams "at 1 132:E.' Madison: -:,.:.."..'J/J-x.; "..!' '''''-'- .. .! ..tJlt'tit.... w 010 Now liquor stores, and appli-
Street Starke, for the practice Agency cants for licenses were reminded -
of general medicine and ,." that approval of their
surgery. Dr. Sundusadce's BHS Building Going UpNow sites by the zoning board does

fice hours are from 9 a.m. not mean they will receive
until noon and from 2-4 p.m. about 20 per cent complete, Supt. Jim Temple house "oath and science facilities at a cost of $350,822. Left In DoubtIn liquor license from the state.

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, hopes the third phase of construction at Bradford High It replaces old 'C' Building torn down last 'summer to The City of Starke zoning

until and Friday noon on, and We
will open his office Monday, floor should be poured sometime this week. The new building place the cost of the new con Tuesday night, the Director of Neighborhood ; zoning In for the liquor commercial sales catcgorj. belongs --

April The 30.two new physicians Actual completion date I II not until October. struction at BHS at around $750,000 In the past two year Service Center, Mrs. Anita '. The city board, however -

bring the number of doctorson Being built by Trlest Construction Co., Keystone The three new buildings will house abou 1.200! student Hughes explained to the public the Is in process of securing -

the BCII medical staff to Heights, the \15,000 square foot addition to BHS will spaces in air-conditioned and carpeted comfort. a new land use map
situation CURB now finds itself in and has much work ahead In
five, Including Dr. II. II. Adams -
Dr. Jorge P. Salazar, after President Nixon's attempt to drawing up a zoning code.

Keystone Heights; and Dr. L. dissolve the U. S. Office of Economic The following locations were
II. Jennings. approved by the county zoning
Ratio Study Ruling Hits Opportunity (OED). board, in the event the own-
successful obtaining
ers are -
Young Demos According to Mrs. Hughes, stating that the program would a state liquor licenseW. :
CUBB (which represents OEO no longer be funded after Oc-
Meet TonightA In Bradford, Union, Clay and tober 31. While it stated that II. (Billy) oegel, Noe-
Baker Counties) Is presently the agency would receive 100 gel's 301 Restaurant on t'S
second organizational School For More Funds"It In a state of "limbo," with per cent funding until Octono 301 north. Present zoning Is
meeting of a Young Dem- one knowing whether It ber, the funds were speclfi- R1C (residential), but the bus-
ocrat's Club for Bradford will be here after Oct. 31. cally earmarked for the clos- iness was "grandfathered"In,
County Is set tonight (Thurs- Following PresIdentNlxrm'a tag out of the Program. being established before the

day, April 26) at 7:30: p.m. In trims all the fat out Florida Supreme Court. budget. Because Bradford stood to benefit by some$60- ,order to abolish OEO, Mrs. Three weeks ago, however, county was zoned.
the county courthouse. of the program," says Supt a Federal Court ruled that -Mrs. Lee Underhill, Pine
County's tax ratio was above ooo. Since the high court 1 Hughes explained that CUED
Rick Sizzler, state trea- Jim Temple In revealing Mon- of That the decision latest $60,000 Is the source slashat the state average the county (See Page 6)) i received a letter in January (*.. Page 5)) Tree Inn, on SR-100 south.OR
The is zoned
surer of the Florida Young say that. as he had feared, area now
Democrats, will be on handto another $60,000 has been Bradford's School operating (open rural).
speak to the group about trimmed from his 1972-73 o- -Jimmy Lewis 'Brown, no
how to obtain a state charter. peratlng budget present building, buthas leaseon
Anhone between the of InmatesEscape site on east side of US-
ages "I ..
18 and 35 is Invited to join don't know, I probably ,..."2:f: "'1 ';' 301, one mile south of Starke
the new Club. made "everybody mad up, ''''. e .. city: limits (adjacent to Ernie
there, Temple says reveal / Dowling horse lot). Now zoned
Initial meeting of the group ing also he had made numerous RIB (residential), but approved -
was held Sunday. Organizersof ,!
phone calls to state officialsin ,
j; '!. I.n because location on high-
the Young Democrat's Club
Tallahassee in protest of
suitable for business.
are Len Register, Jimmy Alvarez the fund cut. Briefly ," way,
Brad Carter, Greg But he was told the state '\ -Gene Davis, business located -
Reddish, Jimmy Crosby, and Department of Education has Brief escapes last Friday \ south of Lawtey, east
Walter Prevatt.Confederate. been instructed not to approve and Monday by two Florida of railroad, on road to old
any budget over the minimumthat State Prison Inmates standsto Anderson School.
could be received withoutthe buy each an estimated year Yi4 I Approval of location pro-
TlJr m riraQIrirr benefit of the tax ratio behind Iron bars. : ( posed by Sam McCutchen who
study. That ratio study was Robert Carr, 22, a mini- operates a pool room and
snack business in a RIB residential -
recently thrown out as amea- mum security inmate, walked I
sure of school funding by the away from the old unit trac- 7 ti area of Lincoln City; ,
tor shed and was free for I was not approved until he
2 1/2 hours Friday. Trailed obtains signatures from residents -
Guard down with bloodhounds Carr within two blocks of
was found in a wooded area his business, in all direct-
To Train 1 1/2 miles south and south- Ions, stating they have no ob-
west of the town of Ralford jections.The .
and about four miles from Starke zoning board also -

At Blanding, the prison, according to Sgt., ( '; approved five locations in
C. L. Brown, Institutional f'r' the city as zoned suitably for
Memorial Some 2,400 Army National vestigator. Carr left the prison e t liquor sales (all commercialnow
at 2 and was taken t"7 ) on the same basis as
Guard troops of the 53rd Infantry p.m.
Day Service .0 .< 1 the county board. The five
Brigade will begin their back Into custody about 4:30 ( .f ;
sites approved by the city:
two-week summer active duty; p.m. with no resistance.
Carr is serving a 2 1/2 \1v board are:
at Camp C3
encampment Blanding 'fia .
Sponsored By Sunday. year sentence for car theftin -Lll' Champ Food Store on
US-301 north near the city
Osceola County.
Activities will Include the
W.T. Weeks Chapter usual tactical training and fir- Kent Frey, 22, also a min- FBLA Exhibit Tops In StateThe limits.-Clarence DeSue for De-
ing exercises. imum custody Inmate, walk-
U.D.C. ed from the swine farm Sue's Liquors on Pine Streetin
Included In Bradford C0unty's away
Bradford High Chapter of Florida Business Leaders Association won first the Reno section of Starke.
Monday around He
Company D, 53rd Supt noon. was place with the exhibit shown above at the FBLA State Leadership Conference in Miami
Will Be Held Sunday, Battalion of 175 men comm- taken back into custody about April 1215. -Gus Kopelousoi I the Gar

anded by Capt. James R.Reddish 6:30 p.m. the same day Just As first place winner in the state, FBLA Club won a chance to be entered in the den Restaurant on Temple
(April 29, 4:00: P.M. The local unit will fun- off SR-100 between the John National FBLA Conference In Washington, D. C. June 1619. Many hours of additional Avenue (US-301) In Starke for
ish maintenance support for Whitehead farm and SR-100 work Is planned on the exhibit to ready it for the national contest according to Miss sale of all liquors for consumption -
the brigade repairing vehi- west of Starke. Frey was located Saundra Morris FBLA on premises.
Th. Public Is advisor.
on a tip from a resi-
cles radios and The
e-Au'lir local, unit has trained weapons.at Bl dent who saw a man in the The chapter exhibit Is designed to create interest In chapter activities and to -D-P-H Inc.on Temple Ave-
area wearing white clothes. encourage members to work together as a team in formulating ideas and presenting nue for consumption of all
(!Communityfctatr anding the past two summers. Frey offered no resistance. visual evidence of one or more of the purposes of FBLA. In addition, the exhibit Itself liquors on premises. i.
The 53rd Infantry Brigade Frey Is serving a three can become an excellent public relations medium for a chapter, according to Miss -The Jiffy Food Start'on
dunk consists of units from all over year sentence on a robbery Morris. East Madison Street for the
Florida but will be at slightly conviction from Broward Students attending the state FBLA conference as district winners, were Kathy sale of beer and wine by pack
A.s-.t._ ....... U. over half strength at Blending County; Faulkner, Jan Searle, Joy Andrews, Landa Thornton, Martha Buckley, and Kay Lewis. age only.
T.130.000** since some units will train Sentences of the two Inmates The students entered state contests with nine other district winners In accounting The city: coning board has
"..... o.-M r.si m would have been up In speech Junior typing; senior typing; Junior stenography] and spelling. The BHS girls
(See Pege 5)) September and October. found the statewide competition tough however; none placed at state. (S.. Pa. 5))


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\fi BirttAdbyd'AnnlverlarlV Parties! ( :!J he octet. I u rJJ e (! :!The e/ few/" t .I. Club Births W.ddlngi Personals Meetings

Showers (JlaJjs Moot>', Society Editor: 964-7608

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PartiesGiven/ Branson-Bryan : "r r !', r, ] I Memorial Day
; \ House Set rpfl
: f fi"
For Donna Bryan, Wedding April 28 \ I ;' TTr-I \ m\1.'J\1-1.i'' I.' At Nursing Home Services Set

BrideelectMiss Miss Donna Marie Bryan i ':'1\ t ,- : :JI J\\ By Beta Sigma Phi For April 29thThe
Donna Bryan, whose and Joseph David Branson will : : ,I t at W. T. Weeks chapter
marriage to Joseph Branson be united in marriage on Sat- tlit1f' Beta Sigma Phi sorority will UDC, will hold a Confederate
will be an event of Saturday urday, April 28, at 7 p.m. rIII ,.f\i hold Open House for the pa- Memorial Day service on Sun-

night was honored at a brides- in the First Baptist Church tients at the Starke Nursing day, April 29, at 4 p.m. at
maid luncheon Saturday givenby with a reception following at IJ. \ "' Home on Sunday, April 29, zy Crosby Lake Cemetery.Judge
Mrs. J. D. Seymour and the Holiday Inn. I from 2 to 4 p.m. ) Elzle Sanders will be the
Mrs. C. N. Christy at the All friends and relativesare speaker. The public is Invit-
home of the latter on N. Wal- Invited to attend. 1p iv _: r ed to attend.
nut Street.
of In : .t4=." 1// The Sorority will hold Its ?
Arrangements roses ; .. -.-..... sW
variegated shades were usedIn SeeleyWhiteheadDate ..-...'..-f" .;r j annual Founder's Day partyat V" UDC Chapter
the party rooms. The two the home of Mr. and Mrs.
dining tables were covered AnnouncedKathy l" r' 'I John Bradley, Kingsley Lake, Beta Sigma Phi Pledges Plans Luncheon
with Imported linen cloths and on Saturday, April 28 from
centered with stlvet compotes Frees Seeley, daughter 7 to 9 p.m. Receive Pins A t Ritual Dinner Members of W. T.
) I
holding a variety of roses of Vic Frees and Mrs. i This Is Beta Sigma Phi's Weeks Chapter, UDC,
In shades of pink and white Charlotte Hoffman, and Ron- ... 42nd anniversary. It was Members of Gamma Theta rity colors, and was flankedby will hold their May lun-
mock orange blossoms. Bri- ald E. Whitehead, son of Mr. founded In 1931 In Abilene, chapter Beta Sigma Phi, met black burning tapers. cheon meeting Wednesday
dal place cards marked the and Mrs. Leslie Whitehead : Kan. by Walter W. Ross. In the banquet room of the The candlelight ceremonywas May 2, at 12:30: p.m. at the
Holiday Inn Tuesday evening read by the chapter president -
seating arrangement for the Holiday Inn. Hostesses will
of Lake Butler will be
united -
12 guests which Included the in marriage on Satur- ; j '% h Retreat Held April 10, for their annual Mrs. Harold Davis, assisted be Mrs. H. L. Speer, chair-

honoree and her four attend- day, May 26, at 8 p.m. at I L i1 i 1rt pledge ritual and dinner. by Mrs. C. \V. Slade man, Mrs. Lex Green, Mrs.
ants and friends. the First United Methodist ) By TeenagersOf The ritual table was cen- vicepresident.New G. J. McGriff, Sr., and Mrs.
tered with Marc
The the an arrangement pledges, Mrs.
hostesses presented Church with reception in L. F. Dinkins.
honoree with a crystal bud Pine Level of yellow roses In a black Jackson, Mrs. Richard Odom,
the church Fellowship Hall. .
vase as a memento of the All friends and relativesare ,, vase, symbolizing the sorePine Mrs. Shi Smith, Jr., Miss
occasion.The Mary Sue Underhill, and Mrs. Mrs. Marguerite Corn of
invited to attend. .f" Twenty-eight teenagers / Level Church Danny Waters were presented Lakeland Is the guest of Miss
from the Pine Level
Baptist and Middleton. visit-
with pledge pins long Madge They
Shower Given Joiq .'\ Church held a retreat Good Sponsors Egg HuntsThe stemmed yellow roses, the ed Mrs. Mae Jones in Jack-
Friday and Saturday.The .
ladles of the Churchof .kMira::1. official sorority flower. sonville Tuesday.
Jesus Christ of Latter Day For Vicki Byrd, .;;";""fO" boys held their retreat Pine Level Baptist
Saints honored Miss Bryan North of St. Augustine with Church held two Easter egg
and Joseph Branson at aparty Bride-elect Gary Wheeler as counselor. hunts during the past week.
Tuesday night at the Churchon Jane Ward Becomes Bride They slept on the beach Fri- The beginner department Carlos M. Hernandez. M.D. I
day night.
Bessent Road.Arrangements. headed by Mrs. Joe Thorntonhad
of red amar- Miss Vicki Byrd, whose Of Mr. Gault In Lake CityMiss The girls held their retreatat 37 children at the egg
yllls and white Easter lilies marriage to Glenn Smith will a cottage on Crystal Lake. hunt on Tuesday, and the primary DEDICATED 601 E. Call Street :
were placed throughout the be an event of April 27, was They were chaperoned by Mrs. department headed by TO SERVING
shower Mlra Jane Ward, turquoise satin, as were the Starke i
hall. The refreshment table honored at a Gary Wheeler,Mrs.John Ken- Mrs. Jimmy Thornton had 45
was covered with a cutwork Monday night given by Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy buttons on the bodice. She ny and Mrs Jimmy Thornton. children In attendance Wed- GOOD HEALTH i
David Griffis and Mrs. Joey Mallette Ward, of Lake City, carried a spring bouquet of on "'1
cloth and by a crystal nesday. Bret Smith found the GENERAL PRACTICE::
punch bowl encircled with Dampier at the Theressa and David Wayne Gault, son Iris, roses, daisies and babys May BreakfastSet
prize and Tonda Gibson
and flanked by sin- Community Center. of Mr. and Mrs. David Gor- breath. egg
greenery found the most
gle silver candleholders with don Gault of Austin, Texas, Robert Stark of Jacksonville For May 2 eggs. U HOURS: 9.5
The refreshment table was exchanged vows Friday eve- _
red tapers. served as best man for Introducing .
The ladles presented the covered with a lace cloth over ning, April 13, at seven o'- Mr. Gault. MONDAY THROUGH FRHHY
Members of the Starke Woman's
yellow linen and was centered clock in a beautiful -
honored couple with a hand- Immediately after the cer- Mr. and Mrs. Michael Star-
with a crystal punch bowl the home of the bride's Club are requested to
made blue blanket as a memento emony, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Breakfast ling announce the birth of a
of the occasion. encircled with yellow pom- parents. entertained with a receptionat purchase tickets in advance and make son, Joseph Michael Starl- Office Open Now For Appointments
poms and fern. A miniature Rev. Philip Lykes, pastor
the Lake City Country Club. ing, Jr., born Apri1l3. Grand-
reservations with Mrs. F. W.
bride and groom encircledwith of the First Baptist Church
The console in the foyer parents are Mr. and Mrs.
QuinionJuddMrs. pompoms and fern cen- officiated at the double ring Strickland, 533-2551 by Wed-
held an arrangement of mul- Anthony F. Benckowsky of 964-5011
Willie Mae Judd and tered the gift table. ceremony In the presence of ticolored roses, snapdragonsand nesday, May 2. The Breakfast Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs.
will be held
Ken T. Qulnion were unitedIn the Immediate famllle and Intimate daisies in silver Saturday Robert J. of Starke.
gerber a Starling
Games with prizes were enjoyed May 5, at 12 noon at the clubhouse
friends of the couple.
marriage on April 5 In by the 25 guests duringthe container. Great-grandmother is Mrs. looeeeooot
Lake Butler. party hours, 7:30 to 9:30 Mixed spring arrangementsof The bride's table, covered Alma Starling of Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. Qulnion are tulips, snapdragons, iris with a floor length organdy
employed at Sunland Train- p.m.The hostesses presented the daisies, carnations, and gladioli cloth, held a pair of silver
Ing Center In Gainesville and were used in decoratingthe candelabra with white tapers
honoree with a large garbage
are making their home at pall filled with kitchen uten- Ward home for this oc- and decorated with yellow and
547 W. Madison Street In sils.MAGIC. casion. white flower nosegays. The APRIL SHOWEROF
Traditional wedding marches -
Starke. four-tiered bride's cake
.. ..........d.'........... ................,........,..............................................-... were played by Mrs. Law- decorated with lilies-of-the-was CARPS
; ; ; ; ;;::::::; : :::::::: :::; :::::: : : : ::::
I- rence Miller organist. valley and stephanotis. The
Given In marriage by her refreshment table was centered -
c father, the bride wore a floor with a five-branch silver '71 VALUES .
; ; length gown of candlelight candelabra decorated with
Ivory silk organza with front yellow and white spring flo- Y!
CHEF:' panel and deep hem of silk- sAT N
wers. On this table was a FRL
faced peau de sole. The bod- silver punch bowl and silver THURS., Let Carps Shower You With Values!

m: 111 ice and side panels of the serving pieces holding sand-
A-line' skirt were outlined In
1! Brussels lace and tiny seed wiches, nuts and mints.
whites pearls with a. high necklineof Greeting guests at the door Men's Short Sleeve PLAYSUIT SALE''

matching lace. The tapered were Mrs. Herbert Phillips,
fingertip sleeves had wide Mrs. G. A. Bu:e, Mrs. Alli- SPORT
cuffs that were decorated with good McColskey, Mrs. Wright SHIRTSI -

i the lace, pearls and self- Bloodworth, Mrs. Ralph Pow- This is a special. purchase! Save .
ti covered buttons. The short ers and Mrs. Fred Ferguson. ?y now on these ehlldrenj
andsaie. chapel train was highlightedwith Guests were introducedto 1 sets Choose from 2 pc short,
:: the Brussels lace. the receiving line by Mrs. '. Perm Press Reg. $2.99 Ea. set, or sun suits. Fashion solids
:; :f:: Her tiered veil of silk illusion J. D. Bishop. Serving punch or prints
:: .Tapered&Tails .
: _
I Sizes
::: cascaded from a Juliet were Mrs. Roy Vaughan of ( 2 Toddlerto4 girs3| 10 6XVOUR

]ii1i;i C- .l'leI.tI1e. % cap covered with tiny Austin Texas, sister of the Fancies. & Solids $5
seed pearls. She carried a groom and Mrs. Lawrence .
of Miller. Cutting the cake For '
bridal bouquet yellow were CHOICE
!1j still a '''OCahlo j sweetheart roses, stephanotis Mrs. Sinclair Peek Jr. of

babys breath and Eng- Starke, aunt of the bride, and ,
i1i! and lish Ivy. Mrs. Raeburn Home of Mad-
harvest 11: Miss Ward had as her Maidof ison. Assisting at the cham- ; .ffl Men's Casual
: Honor, Miss Shirley Mc- pagne table were Mrs. H. E. K
:1 1 sale 111 Fadden, who wore a long gownof Van Arsdall, Mrs. Robert 4
turquoise silk organza.The Lee and Mrs. Pamela Mc- s SLACKS each
I i pointed collar and deep cuffs Fadden. ; ,
of the long sleeves were of Floor hostesses were Mrs. for
... I W ;rt : 1
A. K.
Black Mrs. James Mc-
!\'\t--[ Colskey, Mrs. Charles Ozakl Reg. $6.99 $ :

1ltJI lUll Junior Club Miss Elise Jones of Gaines- SAVE! 5. .
I1-L -jy
ville, and Mrs. Richard Mar-
Sets Installation tin of Deland, both cousinsof $1.12 tfta
I the bride. t
The bride's book
was kept
Plaids and solids ,
The JuniorVoman's Club 11
by Miss Katharine Peek and I :
: nominated officers for the Mrs. Randy Johns, also cou- ; i Handsome solids flare leg cuffed flareon

coming year at their meet- sins of the bride from Starke. .
Sizes 29 to 38 waist -
:: I Ing on April 19 at the club The rice bags were given /
:: ;
tl :: house. out by Miss Lassie and Sher- I-
j j The following officers will rill Ozaki. %
.. .... be Installed at the May 17 After a brief honeymoon In

I banquet: president Mrs. J. San Francisco, Calif the cou- YOU GET BIG SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT AT CARPS
C. Dukes; first vice-presi- ple flew to Bangkok, Thailand
dent Mrs. Charles Goodowns; where Mr. Gault Is a repre-

second vice-president, Mrs. sentative for Texas Instruments : Boy's KnitTank -
Johnny Johnson; secretary Inc.Among NF1N 3- -
I I Mrs. James K. Smith; trea- the out-of-town BRA SALE t lot Summet! Tops '
surer, Mrs. Jimmy Lawson. guests were Mrs. Sinclair
: Mrs. Ron Caiman served Peek, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Sin- Reg. $1.99
J refreshments during the social clair Peek, Jr., Miss Kathar-

\ hour. ine Peek Mrs. Joe Wilson, Entire Stock y yof
Jf IRi I Mr. and Mrs. Randy Johns Our 166

\ Art ShowOpens Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. & $1-69
I : E. K. Perryman, Mrs. Tom $1.59
: I Apr. 27 Slade, Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde padded with _:;-'! SALE!
Miss LHltam Stump, and Mrs. All lightly
:;:: 1:1:: At John GrilOn, all of Starke.I .Kode'' and lace .Perm Press
V MAG 1C CHEFTHE Library Embroidered Ta1co1 Solids orfancles
r cups Sizes S.LThey're
( Some cross your heart LINED "

1i FOLLOWING FEATURES The Bradford County Pub- Know Someone In A .styles. white with tot yr "'n!" d ,
t '
lic Library will hold its annual and back 4 F I'
art show Apr. 27-May t .elastic Sizes 32 straps to 40 A, B. C cOMFeR Boy's FrayedSHORTS
i HAVE NEVER BEEN OFFERED I 7, with all persons In the cups
Starke area Invited to display -

ii' AT THIS PRICE BEFORE f The original public to view is works the cordially paintings of art.Invited It SALE WOMEN'SPlantation Crepe. Reg. $2.99

1 during this time. / them call the CRISIS O444m 1''

{ $185. OO CENTER any time day or CHOOSE Sole Moccasin s

: 'night, 804 SW 2nd Ave. FROM Reg. $2.99 SALE!

1111 Wood Tone Trim With Trod I 1 Mr. of and West Mrs.Florida Charles Mr.Patrick 'or help with a variety of t MANY Beautiful co I 0' st .4 pocket style

1111{ Removable oven door and Mrs. Billy Weldon of life's problem I Red/White/ summe'222 .1 t 00% cotton
.'. Bushnell Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sizes 8 to 18
:y: Clock with 1-hour timer 111 Weldon of Macclenny Mr.and I DIAL 1-800- t ( Sizes S to 1
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I)' Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Barn- I Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss BALDWIN t tt I
and daughter of Miami Mamie Anderson of Archer I
and Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Carter spent last week with their
I and son of Lake City
sister, Mrs. E. M. Davis.
were weekend guests of their
They visited their brother
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Claude B. Anderson in the
T Loudon Jr. Hyde Park Nursing Home in

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weldon Jacksonville on Friday. Chevrolet Olds
'", of Jacksonville '
and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanford -
J Mrs. John C. Creer of Bra-
of Astatula were Wed-
denton and their families were nesday overnight guests of
\ Easter AND
guests of their -
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Early.
: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mc-

s Comb. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ricks

j Janice ''and Jason Hamilton and family of Apopka and Mr.
1. of Tampa are spending several -.0. and Mrs. D. W. Griffls and INTERNATIONAL I
% days with their grand- Pictured Qt Inttallotlon, from left: Miss Arfhurln* son of Starke were Sunday I
parents, Mr and Mrs. Sher- dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.
rod ]Hamilton.Mr. Blanchard, Mrs. Caorg Conova, Mrs. L.A. Can ova. Miss George W. Ricks.Mr.. and
Lillian Stump, Mr*. J.R. Kit. Mrs. M.A. Baldwin, th. Mrs. Paul Klsh of Pompano
t and Mrs. Jimmy Lew- new president, was unable to attend. Beach were Sunday afternoon
is and family of Perry spent guests. ." fI
the weekend with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay. New Officers InstalledBy Mr. and Mrs. Richard St.
", ;John and daughter, Joy, visited -
at Mrs. Gene Tanner and children Bradford Hospital AuxiliaryMrs. Mrs. Mildred St. John
M: and Mrs. Adolph Gay and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Gills
will attend the Rose Paradein M. A. Baldwin was 1,000 hours; Mrs. Margaret and family in St. Augustine
in Thomasville, Ga. on Fri- Installed as president of the Brown, 1,000 hours. Mrs. Je- Sunday and also attended the
i day. Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary well Roberts, a silver pin Easter Parade and visited the
Monday night at a cov- for 100 hours. Gold pins for Alligator farm.
The senior high members ered dish meeting in 100 a : s ""a
supper hours In a year went to ;
'1 of the First Presbyterian the Methodist Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Harry Gruen, Mrs. Bri- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jack- at t tt
j Church visited Disney World Mrs. H. C. hitch Installedthe an Hamilton, Mrs. Lois Ben- son Jr. had a family cookout t
,. Monday of last week. The ten following officers to serve nett, and Mrs. L. A. Canova. Sunday at their home. Those
young folk were accompanied attending were Mr. and Mrs.
with Mrs. Baldwin Miss Ar- Mrs. Gerri Thornton
,j! by Mrs. Johnny Johnson and thurlne Blanchard,: treasurer ved 99 hours in the six months ser- II. E. Smith and Mrs. Frank T1r
i Mrs. L. M. Galnes. Weaver of Williston, Mr. and I\i\\
; Mrs. George Canova,corresponding she was here. \ -p t tt
Mrs. J.
W. Weaver
I C'n secretary; Mrs. Mrs. George Canova,chairman of Jacksonville t '
Local admittances to Bradford Janine
Gay of Pa-
L. A. Canova, recording secretary and Mrs. L. A. Canova _
County Hospital this week latka, Ronnie Sellers, Mr.and I
Miss Lillian Stump served as hostesses for the
I. include: Herman Stansell, ; Mrs. W. T. Jackson Sr., Rev.
second vice-president Mrs. supper.
Mrs. Helen and Wal- ; and Mrs. Erik
) Reynolds Johnson and
J. R. Kite, first vicepresident. -
"' lace Thrift, Melrose; Harry Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jacksonof
: Rosenshine, Lola Seeding Starke
Mrs. and their families.
Preceding the installation Mrs. M. M. McRae visited
Roy Roddy, Mrs. Gertrude
a covered dish supper was her son-in-law and daughter,
I McBride Claude Cogf' Mr. and Mrs. John Brad-
served. Members and guests Mr. and Mrs. Abdoul Alivan-
dill, David Martin, Mrs. Bula ley, Jr. of Kingsley Lake,
sat at a U-shaped table cen- di, and in
Tlllman, Mrs. Mary Griffls, son Tampa over Mr. and Mrs. Mike Watersand
I tered with several the
Ancil Grlffls and Julian Mc- arrange- of
daughter Mlddleburg,
ments of mixed spring flo-
:', Rae, Starke; Julius Hanson, Sgt. and Mrs. Larry Fetters and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark t .f
1/, Keystone Heights.Mr. wers.Miss Stump, out-going president of Fort Bragg, Fayetteville of Melbourne were Sunday tt
heard annual reports N. C. were Thursdayto dinner guests of Mr. and i
and Mrs. Glen Conner from committee chairmen. Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bradley at Kings-
and daughter of Orlando and Mrs. John Hollo way. ley Lake. "
Mrs. M. F. Hazen, awards
Mrs. Bobby Crawford and
chairman stated that 44 mem- t : !i i'
children of Providence were Lynne Jordan of Live Oak ::
bers had put in 3,452 hoursat
Sunday visitors of Mr. and spent last Friday and Satur- THE BRADFORD ;
the hospital in the past COUNTY TELEGRAPH ....
Mrs. Barney McRae and Mrs. day with her grandparents, -
She awarded service
Betty Crawford.Mrs. year. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Published every Thursdayat
bars to Mrs. Charles Darby
t tby
Miss Elizabeth Lawson of 138 W. Call Street
for 100 hours Mrs. George
Maxie Carter Sr., Mr. Canova, 200 hours; Mrs.Leonard Lake Wales spent Saturdaywith Starke, Florida 32091
and Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. ; her parents, the II. A.
Mrs. Martha Spencer, Winnie Harris Mooty,,200 300 hours hours; Mrs.Mrs. Lawsons.A. Second Class postage paid We sell
and Linda Harris, attendedthe Hazel Carlton, 300 hours; ; at Starke, Florida mowers by the yard
graduation of Judy Nell Mrs. Kay Baellle, 300 hours C. Williams of Williams
Whitehead of Kingsley Lake, Mrs. L. C. 300 hours Jewelry in Starke has com- Subscription Rates: Some people sell
Early ; mowers in store for in the full
In trade area $6.00 you designed to make
Monday night at the Florida Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, 700 pleted a course in advanced : per
Junior College exercises at hours; Mrs. W. A. Stern 900 jewelry repair and diamond year; $3.50 six months horsepower, by width IH line. lawn care easy.
the Civic Auditorium where hours; Miss Lillian Stump setting at the Holland School Outside trade area: $7.00 of cut, or by price. You'll find four
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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Con- Mrs. Marguerite Herres orBellefontaine.
ner and family Jacksonville Ohio is visit-
were weekend guests of Mr. ing her son and family, Mr. i 1 2111 N. Temple AyeStark 1;
and Mrs. J. T. Carver. and Mrs. Herb Herres, for 1 l tApe ::: ::::
three weeks. ... e }::: ., : :
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Mr. and Mrs.Richard Hobbs w W '
and daughter of Gainesvillewere Mr. and Mrs.Franklin Ritch i.;. SOMETHING
Sunday guests of Mr. of Gainesville were Sunday .
and Mrs. J. C Hobbs. visitors of Mr.and Mrs. Doug- ti : Furniture .:...

:Mr. and Mrs. Edward las Hardy. '* } NEWLawn Iron & 1 :

Schwab of Merritt Island and Misses Evelyn Sinclair and
Eddie Schwab of Gainesvillewere Lynn Bidlingmaier) of FSU ] } Cast Aluminum m:
weekend guests of Mrs. spent the weekend with Mrs. m
Myrtle Anderson. Clyde Sinclair.

Mrs. Grace Richardson and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Mr. ,\, I
Rubin Bergart of Largo were and !Mrs. Aubrey Hazen of Fishing! ,\"U, ,\

last Wednesdayovernight Gainesville were Sunday vis- Last Thursday April 19,
was a great fishing day
guests. of !Mrs :Myrtle Anderson. itors Hazen.of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. of for Theressa.Ricky Hall and his grandfather, W. H. Hall, Sr. <> F Tree. II"IIII// I Porch \ 1111

Fishing at Rodman Dam the Bradford pair caught f:%:: Sent ::: Planter :'ti'::':
Bill Adams of the University Douglas Seymour of Tampaand 43 fish, Including this 15 pound bass. r: -
of Georgia was home for Hallie Seymour of Gaines- i S$69.9 %. $29.95 [11

the weekend. ville spent the weekend with .: E....... Eo.I ....
their parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prevail Attended .
LTC and :Mrs. V. J. Spengler 1. D. Seymour. DinetteWith '
and :Mrs. Emma Badman \ I\\\ ,\\ ::
visited : : :Mr. and :M. F. Hazen I I --- 1:
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mrs National; 4.H ConferenceWalter :,:1 Ana. Glass ....
Spengler In St. Augustine Sun were In Wlldwood Tuesday
: raft/ r.i :::
day. visiting :Mr. and :Mrs. O. G. : 4 Arm Chairs :
Prevatt of Starke, lonal opportunities !:i: ::::
as Fla. RootStock
Straj horn. they : ::
because of his record In 4-H :: ::
:Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- work participate in discussion gr- :.: POOL TABLEWith -- :::.
dale and daughter, Vicki and Mrs. Cljde Sinclair and was 'one of past six etghtyears, oups, workshops hear prom- :':: $229 ::::
outstanding ::
Carol Bloodworth and Barbara Mrs. N. K. Hurst visited Mr. 4-H members who inent national speakers, tour {; Settee s:: ::
Valinski spent last Monday to and :Mrs. W. C. Hurst in Sar- Florida at the.1973 represented Annual- Washington, D.C., MountVernon f:!!i $89.95 Set 2.89' 1
Thursday at Anastasia State asota last week. Washington D.C. and the White House, 5: NI
Park. Also camping at the They will visit with Florida :
Prevatt is 'Roses
park last week were Mr. and :Mrs. D. C. Forehand of the Florida past 4-H president Council Congressmen and Senators on 3 I /. III
:Mrs. R. A. Colson. Albany, Ga. visited Mr. and The Six Florida Delegates Capital Mill. ::: Viburnan
Mrs. T. H. Slade last Fri- This year's National Conference -
Cindy Gissy spent last week day. represent a cross-section theme is "4-H Gets :::: Cal Can Juniper 1
4-H In Florida '
with her sister Karen, at membership It All Togther" Objectives :: FI o. Peat
Florida Atlantic University at :Mr. and Mrs. Flip Grahamand according to J.J.Brasher, are to aid In 4-H program ,2:: $1.98 ::1 ti=
assistant dean for 4-II. Florida / Gal Can $1.98 ea.
Boca Raton. Her parents, Mr. daughter of Miami, Mrs. Cooperative Extension Ser- development, establish a model ::1 eG. Jlllrnlls Bu. $ 1
and :Mrs. Joe Gissy and family Joalyce Williams and daugh- for youth-adult interac- '.
took her down and spent ters of St. Petersburg, and vice. They were selected on tion, suggest methods of increasing -
the basis of their leadership j 1 1i
the weekend. :Mr. and Mrs. John Spenglerand potential, their achievement in the impact on additional 11 Centipede LigustrulII Cocny Palnls Podo'urpus ti
son of Gainesville spent youth, and develop a greater -
4-H and their service to the
Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Mul- the weekend with their par- understanding of national i $1.98 1 '
lIns and Mr. and :Mrs. Drew ents, :Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. community.The issues and citizenship responsibilities Sod 16' Sq. Ft. Col. Can Ea. $10.9 Eo. Gal Can. $ 2.49 Ea.
Reddish and their families Graham. delegates, In addition Dr. BrasherStates.
spent Wednesday to Saturday Prevatt, are Debbie Sellers of
camping at Ilomasassa :Mr. and :Mrs Harry Stall- Okeechobee, Pam Wittfeld of I I
Springs ings and family of Gaines- Rockledge, Clynell Hall of La- WISH I'D SAID
ville were Sunday visitors of mont, Johnny FrazIer of Madison ASTROTURF DOORMAT SPECIAL $2.98
Mr. and :Mrs :M. A. Bald- her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. and David Ard of East- THAT ; 11
win visited :Mr. and Mrs'il: Charles Dinkins. point. Y
"This Is the second time .
liam Glover In Brooksvllle and :,:, I
their son-in-law and daughter Steve Strickland spent last Florida has sent six delegatesto :'
.: Our Services
:Mr. and :Mrs. James :Mon- week visiting at :Murray State National Conference. They -- ..' : CALL US FOR

tuoro and baby daughter In University; :Murray, Ky. will carry with them$20,000 ':::...1 Lot Clearing
Tampa over the weekend. check as final payment on our
:Mrs. Donald W. Thorntonand $50,000 pledge to National)4-H "Education is a funny : Draining FREE ESTIMATES 1
Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwardswas daughter, Donna, and Stuart Center Expansion Program," thinjf. At eighteen we knew :::
In Tampa Wednesday to Strickland spent last Dr. Brasher said. all the answers-forty years :: Sprigging '1
Saturday visiting:Mr. and Mrs. Thursday and Friday with rel- Florida's 4-H representatives later even the questions con- ::! 11
C. Y. :Mayo.\ atives in Greenwood. will have many educat- fuse us!"Robert G. Camp :: Sodding 964-81O4
bell. The Lititz (Pa.) Record- :::::1 Landscaping 111
:Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates Mr. and :Mrs. Sid Shuford ouol rowo.oao eo rpI &
: Sprinkler Systems jj
Express. ::: ::1::
of Jacksonville were weekend and family spent and ten Mary days at Sue Anas-Underhill "j;.:::;:::::;:::::::::::::::;:::::::::::;:::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::.:::::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:::::.:::.:::::.:::.:.:.:.:. :.:.:;:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Mrs. G. J, :McGriff, Sr.
tasia State Park, during the the -- - ---- -- - - -
bie Shaller and they all attended spent weekend with :Mr.
the Easter parade in school holiday. and Mrs. McGriff Jr. and
St. Augustine. family in Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Boland SAWYER
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fan- and family of Athens, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Strick SLADE GAS
cher, Jr. spent Thursday to Mrs. H. L. Speer visited Mr. land of Lake City were Sun-
Tuesday orf' business In Lake and :Mrs. B. R. Boland and day guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Park Ga. and Tallahassee.Mrs. friends and relatives in Pa- F. W. Strickland and family.

W. It. Thomson of -hokee over the weekend. THERE IS NO REAL REASON TO SWEAT

Monticello spent the week-
end with :Mr. and Mrs. Brian 2 MORTGAGES
Hamilton, !Mrs. J. W. Griffin THE SUMMER
and Miss Lillian Stump. Interested In buying1st HEAT .

:Miss\ Rebecca McMillan: and & second up to dote CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING THAT
Robert J. Thornton, both of or dellqu.nt mortgages
Starke) were on the Dean's

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April 26, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pope 5

Research Is The Thing Listen, Americansl The con-
Some AccountsIn Guard On Dividing Your Food DollarHave It Hits All quest of cancer is everybody
I Utility ; Support cancer the by Cancer is no respecter of age, business. Give to the American
(From supporting American Can- class or color. Everyone has a Cancer Society and help the
Page 1))
you ever stopped to greens, dark green and yel- cer Society. We want to wipe
City Don't Get BilledSeveral stake in wiping it out. Give to researchers find new drugs to
at other locations. figure-up how you divide your low vegetables like escarole, out cancer in your lifetime says the American Cancer Society. defeat our common enemy-
The food dollar? sweet potatoes or broccoli. the
training period Is from Society.
residents have told ered "They just don't wantto cancer.
proportion do you Tomatoes and
him have April 29 through May 12 with What tomato pro-
they not been
rec- pay. fruits and vegetables, ducts In vita-
advance units arriving at Bl- spend on are also high -
eiving utility; bills, Starke Silcox still pressed the issue meat and meat alternates, mins A and C.Compare .
anding as on
early as Thursday.
Commissioner Vernon Silcox "Why would they tell me that,
An annual review and parade on breads and cereals, milk HOME A
told the city council on April then. Do you think it's Impos- Is scheduled for Friday, May and milk products and miscellaneous prices of fresh,
17.lie sible to miss billing a 4 at 2:30 tams? frozen and canned fruits and
: p.m. to which the
Asked Clerk Merrill Edwards person? public Is Invited. Studies show that Americans vegetables. Compare the prices OF LITTLE &
if the city presently from 28 to 45 by figuring the cost
It's The April 29 contingent will spend per
"Of course,

has double account a check system has to by see been which If billed.a utility to- Edwards such cases admitted usually, are but caughtby added be totaling the first 6,500 of men five who groups will the cents meat per dollar group on, foods says from Beth ships serving.may The change price so relation-that the THE MBILEHllEBI ii f ir SAVE $

If the billing machine oper- train at Camp Blanding this Walsh, food specialist, flo- best choices at one time may
not Silcox suggested, a
lIe said utility accountsare summer, according to MaJ. rida Cooperative Extension not be the best choices at ,
method of ator.
cross filing shouldbe ( BEST
William Ellis Camp site Service. Those who spend less another time.
established to ensure numbered and that each sup- Hwy. 100 OO
against ply officer. of the dollar on meat and more Keystonellcts. Fla
number Is billed. ,
future mistakes.All
Avoid expensive snack
actionon A second Florida contingentof on fruits, vegetables and milk
The council took on
accounts are being foods that add calor-
products tend to have better empty BUYS 473-3029
2,700 men will train from
the matter.
billed Clerk Edwards answ- ies and snack Intelligently with
May 20 through June 3. A balanced diets than those who
900-man South Carolina Guard spend more of the food dol- crisp raw vegetables fruits,

Liquor CUBE. unit will train June 9-23.Flor lar on meat and less on fruits, or cheese.
ida's National Guard Officer's vegetables and milk products, To help you start here Is HOME OF THE

(From Page 1)) Candidate School of some 400 Meat Is a high cost Item Extension TV Specialist Doug
(From Page 1)) Buck's favorite Bean Soup.
hopeful officers and Instructors these days so why not redistribute
also asked the city council the President could not abolish will take place July 8-22. the wealth of your High In protein and low In
to set hours that liquor sales the program, holding that A 300-man unit of Maryland food money? Here are some cost this hearty soup Is good PARKWOOD FERNWOOD
will be permitted and to decide since Congress created OEO National Guard Special Forces suggeslons for getting more news to your food dollar-

If distances of liquor only Congress could close it troops will train July 22 through food value for your food mon-
stores from a chtfrch or school August 4.Give. ey: BEAN SOUP, HARVARD HOMEDALE
should be established. (See out.With the fate of OEO still Take advantage of less DOUG BUCK STYLE
separate article in this Issue undecided, Mrs. Hughes asked expensive sources of protein 2 cups great northern beans TIFFANYAPRIL

.) for community; help. Today such as dry beans, peas, len- 4 strips bacon
The Starke Golf and Coun- "We are In trouble, we are The 1,500,000 million tils, peanuts, eggs, milk and 1 hambone (with some ham
try Club also received location coming to you. If OEO has living fish such as mullet. on it)
approval for a club license helped you, write your sena- cured Americans who have been Cut down on meat by com- 2 medium size onions, choppedSalt
from the Bradford board tor and representative and much of the cancer battle are proof be that bining it with vitamin rich and pepper to taste SPECIAL,
upon request of George W. tell your county commissioners can won vegetables In economical main
with earlier diagnosis and Fry bacon In bottom of casserole
Roberts Jr. The board stated dishes such orien-
what OEO has done for as stir-fry
When bacon Is brown
The ,
that in the event club prompt treatment. Amer- tal dishes stews and -
any you. ican Cancer casseroles add onions and saute for a TOTAL ELECTRIC 12 X 60 Parkwood $7695
Society urges you
applicants receive a state license While stressing the fact .
have few minutes. Add hambone
to health ,
a checkup
that property will be CUBB is not gone and to fight Accompany a smaller cut
check beans and enough water to
formally rezoned to the required for it, Mrs. Hughes encour- give others.a generous to help of meat with more vegetables.For cover all Ingredients (about 3 Br 2 Bath & Den 24 x 60 Harvard $13,150

classification. aged listeners to be aware. example, serve green 8-12 ). Bring to a boll
In other action at the reg- of what Is transpiring in case Your Dollars Will Help beans and a tossed salad a- turn heat to low and allowto
ular county zoning board that OEO does out of bus- long with the usual potatoes
simmer for about 5 hours. 3 Br 2 Bath 24
April is Cancer Control Month. x50 Tiffany
meeting Tuesday night, the iness, for the community; to When when you serve a small oven Stir and add water as need-
American Cancer
board: go ahead and get a charter your roast.Get
so that the community can Society volunteer knocks on more for your mon- ed.NOTE
Buck likes to
-Denied the of your door, remember that with fruits and : Doug 1 Bath $,545
request receive funds from possibly your ey vegetableshigh cook this recipe In an old 2 Br 12 x 52 Fernwood
James D, Bennett,of Jacksonville other governmental agencies. dollars can help bring the vic- In vitamins A and C. YIELD
iron pot. : 6 servings.
that he be given per- "OEO was never made to tory over cancer a little nearer. For example, choose leafy

mission to move a mobile last, but was rather a pilot
home onto his property on program," said Mrs. Hughes,
Bedford Lake during the con- "to see if people could learnto
struction period of a home help themselves.
he plans to build there. "Most people think OEO is

-There being no objections, a service program, but whileIt Florida
the property of William F, does provide some,Its main
Hayes, on SR-21 between Key- function Is to educate you.
stone Heights and Melrose, To teach you to do things for
was rezoned from residen- yourself. If you need some- National Banksof
tial to BH (retail business) one else, you are still hand-
for purposes of constructionand icapped.
operation of a nursery "Our job Is to know the
and retail store. laws and to educate the poor Florida lite.
-Allowed Harry Keller a of their rights. I think that
temporary permit to locate a this is our main mission and ,
third mobile home on his pro- that we have accomplishedit.

perty on SR-21B,, near Santa We've taught you where to and Subsidiary Banks
Fe Lake, as long as the pre- go, what to do and who to
sent tenant continues to use see!"
it, but permit must be renewed While asking the people to
every six months. make themselves heard, Mrs. Consolidated Statement of Condition, March 31, 1973 .

-Gave Bill Brunovsky per- Hughes went on to explain thatIf
mission to advertise for a OEO Is abolish, every pro-

V change of classification from gram will go as well.Includedin RESOURCES. LIABILITIES, RESERVES AND. CAPITAL
R1A to BH (business) on cor- this is the Neighborhood '
ner lot on SR-100 north of Service Center, the emergency Cash and Due from Banks $ 184,109,785.57 Deposits:

Keystone Heights.The food and medical program, Investment Securities: Demand $ 558,601,426.07
Starke zoning board approved a housing program and also
rezoning from resi- Head Start, a grantee of OEO. U. S. Government Obligations 64,256,222.09 Time 552,495,900.83

dential to retail commerciala The U. S. Department of U. S. Government Agency Obligations 97,785,699.43 Total Deposits 1,111,097,326.90
strip of land in the rear
Health, Education and Wel-
of a lot on US-301 south own- fare UIEW) provides funds County & Municipal Bonds 77,414,240.20 Federal Funds Purchased and SecuritiesFederal
ed by W. T. Jackson of Jack- for Head Start, but OEO pro- Other State & Municipal Bonds 158,815,619.04
son Builders Supply. Frontof vides the administration In Reserve Bank Stock 3:005:750:00: : : Sold Under Repurchase Agreement 59,598,000.00

the 630 by 600 foot parcelwas that the HEW grants Includeno Other Securities Provisions for Taxes, Interest, etc. 6,615,181.87
already zoned commercial administrative funds. It 46,184,170.53
Interest and Income Collected-Not Earned 15276225.15
but Jackson needed the has, however, pointed out that Federal Funds Sold & Securities

back 150 feet zoned that way If the community obtains a Purchased Under Resale Agreement 107,000,000.00 Total Liabilities 1 1,192,586,733.92
too. He plans to relocate his charter it could possibly administer -
building supply business to Head Start or could Loans. 552,359,285.84 Reserve for Possible Loan Losses 6498914.96

US-301 south.Property some other non-profit organ- Bank Premises & Equipment 34,562,439.81 Minority Interest in Subsidiary Banks 429,835.10
in question is located ization.
Other Real
Estate Owned
on the west side of Presently 144 children in 635,924.52 Capital Accounts:

US-301, Just south of Alligator four counties are enrolled in Interest and Income Earned Capital Stock, $12.50 par value per share

Creek bridge, north of Head Start, receiving at least Not Collected 10,339,953.86 Authorized 12,000,000 shares; issued
the property of W. A. Stern
one nutritional meal a day Other Resources
and adjacent to the propertyon In addition to day care, den- 1,324,100.22 9,509,467 shares $ 118,868,337.50:

which a new shopping cen- tal work, and other benefits. Total Resources 1337793191.11 Undivided Profits 22,727,763.74
ter, Bradford Square, is now "Better wake up and speakup
being constructed.In ," urged Mrs. Hughes. 141,596,101.24
other action by the Starke OEO
"They're not just killing
zoning board, member Pat but rehabilitative and educa- Less Excess of Par Value of Stock Issued Over

Farnsworth was named vice- tional programs as well. Underlying Equity in Subsidiary Banks ((3,318,394.11))
chairman, on a motion of Mrs.
Marguerite Hall. The board Total Capital Accounts $ 138277707.13

also accepted the resignationof WISH I'D SAID Total Liabilities, Reserves and
member Paul Canova, sub-

mitted due to illness. Al Cros- THAT 4 ,. Capital Accounts $1,337,793,191.11
by, new board member replac- -
ing Delano Thomas, who resigned -
served at his first
Only other action by the

city; board was a discussionas "A is known the DIRECTORSR.
land on Polk and Pratt company he keeps. Kindnessand Chairman & Treasurer President President President President Immediate Past Chairman
Streets should be zoned to honesty are contagious.0. ." Daniel International Corporation Florida National Bank Florida National Banks Gannett Company Inc I. J. Parnsh A Company Inc Standard Oil Company
permit a mobile home. A resident II. Wright The Leba- Birmingham Alabama at Lakeland ol Florida Inc Rochester. New York Chairman ol Kentucky
Florida National Bank
/ Louisville Kentucky
objected to a mobile non (Mo.) RusticRepublican. HARRY A. deBUTTS O. P. HEWITT. JR. Florida/ First Nallonal'DR. ALTON OCHSNER Titusvllle
home In a statement read to Former PresidentSouthern President Founder WILLIAM C. SWAIN
Bank ol Jacksonville
the board. Property ownerJ. Railway Company Florida National Bank Ochsner Clinic and Ochsner JAMES A. RHODES President
B. White also entered a Upperville. Virginia at Orlando JOHN H MANRY, JR Foundation Hospital Former Governor of Ohio' Florida/ National Bank
"Some people are so anx- New Orleans. Louisiana P resident"t Coral I Gab'eiSTANLEY '
statement that mobile homes President
ious to make a living thatthey've CHARLES H. DOLSON FRED H. KENT James A Rhodes A Assoc
had been on the property before Florida National Bunk & Trust DR. STEPHEN C. O'CONNELL
Chairman. Kent Gordon and Kent Columbus A. TAYLOR
and that he will not sell forgotten how to Executive Committee Attorney Company at Miami President Ohio President
the land to Robert Grlffls live."-Fred W. Grown, The University ol Florida' ,
Delta Air Lines. Inc ,/ Florida, JAMES C. ROBINSON JR Florida Bank S Trust
unless it is rezoned to per- Bergen (N. J.) Citizen. Atlanta/ Georgia Gainesville President Company at Daylong Beach
mit mobile homes. The board Florida/ First National Bank
said the change will be advertised at Pensacola
"To be born a gentleman is
and a public hear-
ing held. an accident, but to die one I is, OFFICERS DIVISION HEADS
---- -- -- _. - President Secretary and Comptroller Director Director Director Director
Investment Advisory Computer Services Division Accrual Division" Business Develooment/ and
JOHN H. MANRY, JR ROBERT F. STAMP Service Division National I Accounts Division
NAVY RECRUITING Vice, President Treasurer and H. I. HORNE ROBERT F. STAMP
JAMES C. ROBINSON JR Assistant Secretary JACK M. GEITZ Director Director BARRY H. McLEAN
COMMAND Vice Pre'ldent Chief Examiner and Director General Accounting Credit Administration Division Assistant Director
Audit Division, Credit Administration Division
This U to Certify that John Doe Director RALPH L. WOLFE JR.
hot been guaranteed training! In Consumer Lending Division Assistant Director

the Dental) Tech ((16 we.k.L Class A Computer Services Division

School with an nllttment dot of

3 September 1973.

RM. 304, FEDERAL BLDG. Thirty-One Banks StatewideTotal

GAINESVILLE, FLA. Assets More Than $1.3 Billion :::

RECRUITING STATIONSMC Florida First National Bank of Jacksonville Florida National Bank & Trust Company at Miami Florida National Bank at

St. Petersburg Florida National Bank! at Orlando Florida National Bank at Coral Gables Florida First National Bank at Pensacola
J.M. WEHUNT, USN, Florida National Bank at Lakeland! Florida Bank & Trust Co. at Daytona Beach Florida First National Hank at Vero Beach Florida National Florida(

RECRUITERHIGH Bank at Gainesville Florida National Bank! & Trust Co. at West Palm Beach Florida First National Bank at Key West Florida First t National

National Bank at Ocala Florida First National Bank at Bartow Florida Bank at DeLand Florida National Bank at Arlington
[ SCHOOL GRADS: LET ME PUT YOUR NAME? Florida First National Bank at Fernandma Beach Florida National/ Bank at Lake Shore Florida Bank at Fort Pierce Florida Dealers Banks of t tat

ON THIS CARD. OVER 75 GUARANTEED SCHOO? and Growers Bank at Jacksonville Florida National Bank at Titusville Florida First National Bank at Madison Florida First National Bank

f PROGRAMS.: STARTING PAY $307.00 PER MONTH. Port St. Joe Florida First Bank at Chipley Florida First National Bank at Opa-locka Florida Bank at Starke Florida First National Bank at FloridaI 1
Belle Glade Florida First National Bank at Brent Honda Bank at Bushnell Florida Northside Bank of Jacksonville Florida National Bank


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age 6 TELEGRAPH April 26, 1973 .

Florida FoodInspector Hollies Are Versatile Trees
School. Sailor SentencedOn Legal I

(From Page 1) On For Use In Home .LandscapeHollies :'

threw out that funding basis Drug Charge In Co. are one of the most no spines. The plant is salt Scale Insects on hollies can .
the county will no longer qua- ontrol versatile plants available to tolerant, slow growing and be controlled by repeated applications -
lify for these' additional funds.In the homeowner, says the Flo- can be sheared very easily.It of Ethlon. Use the
effect, a system which rewarded Robert Cunnen. sailor stat- cases transferred the County With certification of 16 rida Nurserymen and Grow- Is an excellent plant fora material as directed and as
Coordinators -
counties for making a ioned at Jacksonville Naval trial docket after pleading not Hygiene Program Divisionof ers Association.They add tex- border, large beds, or pa- many times as needed.
better than average effort,, Air Station changed his pleaof guilty to charges against them. TopicIn on April 1, the Department ture and color to the land- tios. It does well in a con- Fertilize hollies with an
mlllage-wise has been vo- not guilty to guilty of the They are Harold Edward Waters Health of the Florida and Rehabilitative scape. In the central and southern tainer or as an accent plant acid fertilizer for best re-
ided. charge of possession of less charged with careless of Health HRS) part of Florida only a around outdoor pool. Relat- sults. They should be fed In
Some counties with' lower, than five grams of marijuana, driving; Anthony Mannella Services and immediate few varieties do well. Probably ively few, if any Insects or the spring, summer and fall.
ntlllage will benefit, or gain and was found guilty by Cou- charged with unlawful speed; CityA now has complete the most widely planted diseases attack this holly. .
food ser-
funds, because of the decision. nty Judge Elzie Sanders in Gussie Salles Bright, charged survellance of selections are Burford Holly, Occasionally in heavy shade ;
When the court threw out Plea day In County Court with violation of right-of-way vice establishments In everycounty. Dwarf Yaupon and East Pa- the plant may become infested WISH I'D SAID ':;
the ratio study, the Florida Tuesdav. April 24, Irvine Braxton Smith Willie Starke committee has been latka. Burford Holly does not with scale Insects.
Legislature decided to fund Samuel Adro named to come up with recommendations James L. Keys., R. S., a Ilex THAT E
Cunnen was fined $251 or 60 Lee Carter and bear fruit well except In the East Palatka Is wide- -
every county on a pro rata days In jail for the charge Bruwn, and Bert Grant Pyal on city reg- state sanitation consultant Ser- northern part of the state.It ly planted throughout the cen- .
share, 97.2 per cent, of the Cunnen was found In his car all charged with driving while ulations to control liquor salesIn federally certified Food officer Is, however, prized for Its tral and northern parts of
Minimum Foundation Program stopped by Deputy Sheriff's Intoxicated; Betty Blume Kit- the city a problem expected vice sanitation survey dark, glossy green foliage. Florida. It Is a small tree
funds the county earns because who said he seemed to be in chens, charged with reckless to become evident within has under his supervision and Union The plant Is suitable eitheras highly desired by many for
of the numbers of a stupor when they asked why driving and Alvaughn Richard the next six weeks. ker Bradford a specimen or as a hedge. its prolific production of red
teacher units. Bradford'snew he was parked. With his per- Golden charged with runninga That request was made to Counties. Is the Because of Its susceptibility fruit. The tree may attain a "An ounce of preventioncosts
figure MFP funds antl- mission they searched his car stop sign.Persons the city council on April 17 Richard C. Powell to tea scale many people cannot height of 25 or 30 feet, hasa what a pound of cure I
clapted In 72-73is$2,693,956, and came up with the evidence. who failed to appear by City Zoning Board Chair- inspector for Clay coordina-County. tolerate Burford Holly. glossy surface leaf and is cost a decade ago."-Lee R. 'Ii'
according to Temple. That is Nine persons will have their in Court are Listed: man L. M. Gaines He told Each of the 58 U.S. Pub- Actually the plant does not erect or pyramidal In shape.It Call, Star Valley (Wyo.) In
approximately $60,000 less Jimmy; Gene Lawson James Councilman One Wiggins he tors completed a and become Infested with tea scale grows quite well In most
than the$2, 750,000 budgetedfor Donald Ledbetter Vltorla expects liquor sales to begin lic Health ServiceFood unless It is In a shady place. soils; does not make a good dependent.
operations by former Supt. Vernard Lovelace here within a minimum of six Drug Administration approved shade but usedto
Dean Gray, that Included Burford Holly may be kept tree, It Is "Few people are fast
Tom Casey. write the loss. Florida Is Goodman, Rose Bulter Cobbs, weeks. training program pruned closely or permittedto best affect as a specimenor ..
Since Temple began his term financial condition now, charged Named to the committee and stiff written examin- enough to keep up with their .
good and Alexander Bryant, work grow Into a 20 to 25 foot accent in the home grounds.
of office January,funds have has a projected surplus of with unlawful speed; and asked to report at the May 1 ations and extensive field If you are a bird lover. East good IntentionsIlermanGross -
been cut from his anticipated some $266 million at present Ralph Edwin Glasgow council meeting are Council- in food hygiene program planning tree.Dwarf Yaupon Holly has a Palatka is a fine addition to Tri-County (Mo.)

operating budget In three funding levels. charged with Improper pas- men Vernon Silcox and evaluation of techniques food-borne very small,dullish gree color. your home grounds for it attracts News.Don't .
ways, he notes.: Locally, Temple says the sing. Warrants for their arrest Charles Schaefer and City Investigation federal and The leaf Is serrated and has many birds.caaacaacaaaaaaaaCcaaa.
1)J The number of teacher units latest cut means Bradford Sch were ordered and bonds Clerk Merrill Edwards. disease outbreaks, c .OGaaaaaaaaaaaCcaaca aD acaaaaa acaaa=aacDa
is three less than anticipated ools will have to watch every set at $251.Fines It Is hoped the committeewill state code requirements, staff -- -- -
for the current year a loss penny. Orders went out fromTemple's assessed defendantsare come up with recommendations training and training pro-
of $39,000. office Monday to listed: on how to amend the grams for food managers and '"
2) A prior year adjustment hold future purchases to a Donald James Roberts city's 1955 ordinance on the food workers.A let a thief
because of an over estimation Instructed valid sale of alcoholic beverages coordinator periodicallyvisits
imum. Employees were charged with having no
of the number of teachers fine written when liquor sales were and evaluates food ser- '
to have an approved Inspection certificate,
in 1968 has cost Brad- vice establishments and programs ruin vacation.
units unlawful In Bradford County.
for In jail Jos-
purchase order : any pur- $16 or two days : UNradingfoodhygiene your
ford Schools $38,775 in funds chase. eph Eugene Hitchcock, charged Zoning Chairman Gaines ,
for the current year. that hours for legal sale practices where necessary, ,
Contracts to which the with failing to use due aa a -
other sanitarians ....
and trains county
3) The tax ratio study being
Hardee charged be
board Is Maynelle
school already com- care;
to do the same.
thrown out brings mitted will be met. Temple with no license, fined City Attorney George Pierce ;
budget down to $2- stated Monday. The superin- $26 or two days In jail; Rob- enlarged that scope by tellingthe I .;:, :>ya e y wit <
693.956, an additional cut of tendent also intends to hold ert Fisher, charged with unlawful council the city can also NEW BOOKS- Y34 F, ,. 4x e 21
almost $60,000.Temple onto all Increases made In speed, fined $46 or four go further than the state law x d .
said Sen. Bob Sau- the school maintenance pro- days in jail; Roger Dale Knight and establish distances a liq- Crisis Of Middle Age: Some As ,:' > '
nders, D-Galnesvllle, is look- gram. Charles David Jewell, uor store must be from a Personal Reflections (Le-
ing into the latest fund cut !; David church or school. The City All Right :
back In Temple Indicates that though Nathan Brady Rosier Shan); Is My Baby --k----- a
and was supposed be the school board can Oslin, and Mary Newman Thompson of Gainesville has been (Apgar> 48 Small Poems(Weber -
touch with him this week.Sen. make It until the end of the all charged with unlawful through establishment of liq- ); Our Children's Keepers:
Saunders who represents year "we won't be able to speed and fined $36 or uor sales In the past 10 years Inside America's Kid PrIs- z'
Bradford County, is chairmanof do the things we wanted to three days ; Sewell Pro- Pierce said, telling the coun- ons (Cole); Florida From Indian -
the Senate ways and Means Injallt' cil he Intends to ask advice (Te- ;r
do this budget year. ctor, th no valid Trail To Space Age
Committee. Projects to be delayed include driver's license, fined $36 or of Gainesville Attorney Oscee beau); American Century(An-
Temple points out it would the renewal of air-con- three days In jail; Thomas Fagan and the State Planning drist); Life Insurance: ACon- '. -
cost the state an ditioning, heating and lighting Gregory Baggesen charged Board. sumer's' Handbook Belth), .
fund the
$20,000,000 to fully systems at Starke and South- with violation of right-of-way "Liquor sales will be controlled 'Des Furniture" Anyone
Minimum Foundation "and Pro- side Elementary schools, re- fined $36 or three days and we just don't know how Can Make (Schremp The Qfr
gram won't In every do It.county" State Officials roofing the Bradford High gym Eugene Franklin Stokes, charged to amend the ordinance yet Money Crowd (Thomas);; Upon
lighting and airconditioningthe with careless drivingand Pierce told new zoning board This Rock (Menen), The Right
the SupremeCourt's
said after fined $46 four days in member Al Crosby, who ask- ,
BUS auditorium, and replacing or Places (Birmingham); Guide
ruling two weeks ago the boiler at Hampton jail. ed what the present ordinance To Aquarium Fishes And

against would the ratio be $20 study million the Elementary."It says about legal control. Plants (Schlotz); Men And fr I t u
state down Pierce said liquor sales are
just kinda slows us Molecules (Metzger); River $ < t
short in the state's $697-mll-
man," Temple states. now controlled by state law Of The Golden Ibis (Jahoda>;
lion share of school fundingin Tilly reports an exception and by broad city ordinance.
"It is just up to the leg- a The Clocks Of Columbus
Florida.So ally/ interesting day. She boycotted Liquor sales will, come: under .
islature whether it wants to Holmes) Bush Pilot With A "'
far, however the legislature everything the city ; /' VIt .
fund public education or pen- commercial zoning as Briefcase (Keith). @ 1$1l'W',5' .
is refusing to under- alize kids. e code now reads, the attorney Song and Dance Man: The ',",'''zSa<;" "" -",",",, -.

_. _. _. _. _. _. _._. _. _. .- .-..-.. .-........ the said,zoning and can board be restricted to commercial by- Art Modern Of Bob American Dylan (And Gray Brit-); 50( "< 1i1lj: ;;'1

areas principally US- ish Poets(Untermeyer);Com- f.fi :
301, SR-16 and SR-100. The plete Poems, 1913-1962 (Cum- r?
zoning board can also protectthe mings)>; Practical Carving In >>l.m.t.;
This new, middle priced office Immediate areas of Wood Stone, Plastics And O- i'
churches and schools, as well ther Materials (Dawson); You
as residential areas he add- And Your Money (Janeway);

typewriterfrom SmithCoronacan ed."It's Designing And Making Dolls Carry the safe money... l'
a matter of setting ([Gray); Folklore From The
hours and footage," Pierce Working Folk Of America American Express Travelers Cheques. ;

do things that the most told the council. (:Coffin> .:

I If you're carrying cash, a thief can turn your vacation into a

expensive office typewriter Federal Judge Wants ReportOn disaster in seconds.

Death Of Raiford Inmate
Play safe. Carry American Express Travelers Cheques If they'restolen

cannot.In A federal district court circumstances of the April or lost, you can go to the local American Express Company -

judge has ordered the Florida 7 death of Jack Weekly 21, subsidiary or representative office (they're all over the ...
Department of Corrections to in a maximum security section the
at Raiford. world). Get your missing Cheques replaced-usually same.
give him a complete reporton
the death of an Inmate who Judge Scott, who is pre- day. And your trip goes on as planned. rTTSrsiJVh.K ,,_?'I. .
fellow prisoners claim died siding over a consolidated suit **-? _'. *""" iJ l
Ili because a doctor was not a- by Inmates, charting inade- They're spendable everywhere and cost .;,mF :*'y"t.,"t'2" <,; L
quate facilities at state pris- '' *--...". "
vailable to treat him.U. only a penny per dollar. p -'
S. District Judge CharlesR. ons, said letters from 15 prisoners -.:'::":<"'"' ......:: '" fT....
Scott, of Jacksonville, issued claim Weekly died from
the order last Thursday, lack of medical aid during an
giving Corrections DirectorL. epileptic seizure. The judge
L. Wainwright 20 days to said he took the unusual step
Inform him of the details and of Inquiring Into what would
normally be a state Investi-
gation because it Involved FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

"human life, health, welfare, florid* .
NEW BOOKS and physical well-being as National' FLORIDA
they relate to the need for ofFlorida STARKE, ,"
Banks '
3 Seconds In 3 Seconds In 3 Secondsit AT THE LIBRARY adequate, and medical because care the for allegations Inmates -- :

claim a violation of
it converts it converts converts the 8th Amendment of the U.S. ,'
from from from ADULT FICTIONThe Constitution.

fabric ribbon carbon ribbon black ribbonto non Peldleton Secret (Life Greenan of Alger-), The --- --- - -------- --- ---- -- -- ,

Attorney (Masur) Countess '- -- > '- ... '. ', "
to to ; :'.: ::.: ; .- : ,- *
Carrots Haycrart> Pictures
carbon fabric red ribbonIn Of The Journey Back (:Matthews .,., Q
): Death In The Snow
(Stern}; Honor Thy Godfa- I'f ..., Jeanette Baker I 0' I II II
ther (Mulkeen); The Cape ,0// '
In 3 Seconds 3 Secondsit (Caldln); The Ralnblrd Pat- ,t1! ..... U.
tern (Canning); Escape From ,
it converts Sonora (Bryant> Evening In
converts Byzantium (Shaw); The Mat- ,
from lock Paper (Ludlum), The -+
from Bearer Plot (Sela); The Holiday A : -
red Friend (Johnson); The I
"* That You'veGot
Hubschmann Effect (McMahon i I
ribbon blue ribbonto r ). Forever Island I
(Smith); Give Me The Wind s To See To L
(Jordan); The Overlords Of I .
to to War (Klein), The Fellowship i
.i Of The Hand Oloch); Canceled Believe 2 Ml S. Keystone On Hwy 100
i I Accounts (Greene)); The L
blue ribbon I
Legend Of The Green Man Behind Gizmo Ph. 473.2120 '
Hely); Kind Kit (Ross Williamson ,

'r ribbon etc. etc. ); Three Trumps :
I \ (Stout); Country Love And I s '
I Poison Rain (Tate), The Hawk I II ..
r Is Dying (Crews), The Death

\ rushed Of Attila(Pronzinl(Holland);)Many The Happy Van- I Talk ToJeanette _12_ x 60 3 lR $4995 I II I

r Returns (Scott);; Surfacing
(Atwood), Llmmefston Hall I \ 24 x 46 3 Br 2 B General I'I .

fjoronamatic j (Chapman), Kingdom Come I A bout A DOUBLEWlDtiSPECIAL

\ (Davis); Blackstone (Lambert 12 x 60 2 BR PRICE I II
r );; Once Is Not Enough I

7000 CARTRIDGE RIBBON j Susann Informer), (Slmenon Maigret>; And The Dev The I Super Delux 12 x 64 2 fIR $5966 I II I

$330 il Tree (Koslnskl> The Tiger 1 1/2 Bath
? Walts (Myrer) A Prayer For With Everything i
AMAZING ) The Florentine
The Ship (Reeman I
.. Woman (Ross Williamson For $7495Jeanette 1. I -;
). >1 Lex And Jeanette Baker Can Place '
See Them Now.1 4 I Will Trade ,

ADULT NONFICTIONWhy for Anything ', You In A Modern Mobile ,
THE TELEGRAPH | Johnny Can't Add: The I o Home

Failure of the New Math

135 W. Coil St. Stark \I ((Kline) Nomads Ceo.) Of The The Bosses WorldNat'l I You Can Afford j Jw !

(Steinberg)}; The Wonderful L_________ __ -__ _____-------____


26, 1973 TELEGRAPH! Pog.7

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t ': iiiiiliiliEscaping, ,: I "\ I ,] : ;: ,1: :. "ir n -0 ?II n ''tq Ili \1"aiii' FORESTRY le--


; No ResponsibilityOne I _I _____ I, By John

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of the most naive and stupid of marks can you give him for bring- ,/ a ,a 1 U Annually, Insects and dls-

measures every to come before the ing this collection of people togetherIn ""' r | eases cause a greater loss

.:. Florida legislature was last week's the White House?" The mostfright- I of trees In the South than'
ening thought is that I anything else. This Is phenomenal -
l proposed amendment to a resolution these same 1 when one thinks of

JJ commending President Nixon for misguided and untrustworthy staff the millions of trees lost ev-

.. ', "ending" the Vietnam war. The a- members are the ones who were ery year to both wildfires
:: mendment would have further com- advising the President on other important "3 and land clearing.

?= mended the President for his "cour- Issues, both domestic and I | One of the primary goals

age, candor, and discreet judgement"In foreign, since he had relegated his In forestry Is to prevent these

deciding to cooperate with the cabinet to secondary position to his i huge timber losses. Salvaging
Watergate Investigators by "allowing" Inner-circle advisers. J \r disease and Insect Infested
trf I trees helps, but the ultimate
a"a I
members of his staff to testify t | solution will be the development -
r before grand juries and Investigating The Idea that men of power> can of better methods for

1" committees. Fortunately, a ma- be absolved of accountability for the ;} controlling disease and Insect

jority of members of the House had actions of those to whom they dele- pests. The development of genetically -

the good sense to shout down the gate that power is a premise that I superior trees that

amendment, as It rightly deserved. the American people cannot accept. I|I and are resistant diseases to should both provide Insects

I the most help In decreasing
4 i 3 For ten months Mr. Nixon We well remember that the timber losses.

hummed and hawed, backed and filled, charge that President Kennedy was !' Most serious disease threat

denied and ridiculed, and used every misinformed by subordinates regard- to trees In Northern FloridaIs

Instrument In his bag of tricks, including Ing the planning and execution of the Uslform rust which attacks

misuse of so-called executive policy that led to the Bay of Pigs did {tr ., Southern Pines A spindle-
privilege In an attempt to cover up not, in the public eye, excuse him shaped gall forms on either

... for the Watergate criminals. Finally, of responsibility for this debacle. the The branches result is or a main deformityIn stem.

when forced into a corner by inves- And neither did President Kennedytry the tree which usually cau-

tigations of aggressive newspapers, to escape shouldering that responsibility HOME ses death or breakage at the
the shrewd techniques of Federal -- indeed he publicly acknowledged County point of infection.In .
Out Of
Judge John J. Sirica, the threats of itin contrast to Mr. The Past NOTES the springtime bright orange -

Sen. Sam Ervin that he would arrest Nixon's present attempt to pass the Agents spores appear on the .

;;, the White House staffers unless they buck, and picture himself off as the Charley Cason (whit shirt and suspenders), early From YourEXlensionHonte surface of the gall. This is .

were allowed to testify, and the indignant "hero of Watergate" by belatedly"cooperating" Notebook Call Street druggist, Is the genial host activity gabtestthat the easiest way to recognizethe <

criticisms by leaders of his with the Investigation. made drug stores the crater of social actlvty In disease.

own party, the President simply had BY Starke and other small towns around 1910. Economics Even If an Infected tree

no choice. He had to capitulate-- survives, economic loss is ,
after ten months of Agent great as high value forest
belligerent non-
If he did not know, as he says, Bobby ::11 Note the bottles of patent m.dicin.lining the shelves, products become worth much
cooperationand for that he should
then certainly President Nixon should the old-fashioned curved glass display counters, and the less. The aesthetic appeal of

be commended for "courage, candor, have known the extent to which thosehe Taylor \ ... buxom lady posters advertising Peruna and oth.r cure- r"KATHY trees In suburban areas is '
and discreet ? hurt also
as the disease
entrusted with power were capable I Is very noticeable.
of abusing their delegated pow-
Florida would have been the
I don't like to talk about There
two basic
The American are me-
people are entitled -
laughing stock of the nation should ers. things I haven't seen, but I Youngsters pictured witfi'1 Mr. Cason are Don and thods for controlling fusiform
.::. such a resolution have been adopted to something better in the had some good mustard greens Hoover Are you wondering how you rust. These are pruning infected
Cyrus of the -
sons photographer Frank Hoover
highest office of the land than one this week from a garden that can get the best value for
especially at time when the and several unidentified branches or sprayingwith
a very "stool-warmers" who droppedIn your food money these days,
who cannot run an orderly campaign Is probably as far along as a fungicide. On
credibility of the White House is at for re-election (as he proclaimedhe any garden in our area. John to pass the time of day.Letters ter especially? at the meat coun- forest areas both of these

Issue. Green, who lives on Kingsley methods are Impractical. The
was running his own campaign),
Lake, started his garden sev- f You can save money by selecting best alternative would be to
For almost a full year he and and selecting subordinates capableof eral weeks ago and has escaped meat by the cost per remove stem Infected trees In
his men managed the Watergate helping him do so. damage from rain or serving rather than the cost early thinnings, leaving the
cold. Anne tells me that they per pound, and using protein- remaining healthy trees for
.. coverup with such uncanny skill that have already had new potatoes, to rich plant foods as a cheaper future harvest.

: the Administration nearly got off unscathed Some of his defenders have soughtto squash and onions, and other _alternative to meat.
and the truth would never dismiss Watergate as merely stu- vegetables like pole beans are Bradford County is locatedIn
Selecting meat on a cost-
have been known. Now at this late blooming and will be ready a high incidence area for
pid and unnecessary action by White the Editor. per-serving basis is a more
for harvest this disease
soon. so owners
M. date, Mr. Nixon seeks to seize the House underlings. But, even if so, realistic way of evaluating Its land forested with pines should

counter-offensive (as he always does Mr. Nixon is again responsible for This has been spring when actual cost. Some cuts of meat periodically check their trees

when in a tight spot), seeking to pic- not sufficiently Impressing his sub- the gardens on a high ground --even lot of expensive waste. Loin ones--steaks havea for Infection.

ture himself not as sinning, but sinned ordinates with a firm resolve that might be more productive than and chops of beef, pork, lamb With the advent of spring,
against, and portraying himself as he would not allow such criminal those on our lower and hea- STRIPPED NAKED sonable intelligence to live and veal, for Instance, all the hot summer months are

,.,the,prosecutor, rather than the pro- activities in the name of his cam- vier soils. Many folks have Apr 20, 1973 in and and be a not part come of our to society the- have a lot of bone and fat not far behind. This Is when
tector of those to be prosecuted.But paign for reelection.The had to replant their gardens at conclusion that of on them. This means they Insects become a major threat
least One of the Dear Sir same as
it is a little bit late for the once. pro- : cost even more when you fIg- to our trees. Probably the
Rev. Countryman.
blems with late gardens that ure out how servingsyou
many two most important Insect
S4 American people to be taken In by question has been asked, most vegetables won't do as I will thank you for a little can get from a pound of pests In this area are the
s such tactics. can Mr. Nixon survive this crisisas well during our hot summer space in your paper to ans- Mr. Easterllng, it is very one of these cuts. On the Ipps Engraver and Black Turpentine -
letter of Mr.' HenryB. obvious as to what you have
months. Insects and diseases wer the
he did the one, earlier in his In done. You have stripped your- other hand, hamburger, beef Beetles. They both
also cause more trouble in the Easterling appearing liver and fish fillets have
Contrast these two statementsby Infect pines in the Bradford
career, with his famous "Check- summer. However: with the the April 19 Issue of The self naked and exposed all little waste.
very County
:; Mr. Nixon: ers" speech on television. present prices for food, late Telegraph; the same being your ignorance and hostility area.
garden could be good for almost critical of a letter writtenby If I were you, I would not As a rule, a pound of meat The trees have often been
29 1972I few Rev. James R. Countryman try to live this down. I would without bone gives three to
August can say There is no doubt that his future anyoiT who has a weakened In some way beforean
categorically that. investigation square feet of soil around their appearing In an earlier just move on and start over four servings. l\featwIth some attack occurs. Still, aP-
Is threatened today. Grievious home. issue. somewhere else. If you do bone and fat like chuck steakor parently healthy trees are
Indicates that no one in the White errors of judgment within the Nixon decide to stay around, why chicken)yields two to three sometimes attacked.

c House staff, no one In this Administration administration have been compounded Brown with the DivIsion Mr. Easterllng, I am sure don't you just keep quiet, for servings. Very bony meat suchas
y' presently employed, was by delay and evasion in explain- Ralph of Plant Industry of the that Rev. Countryman spokein after your letter, no one of spareribs gives you only Once Infested, trees usuallydie
involved in this very bizarre inci- ing the facts and shouldering the Florida Department of Agri- his letter from two infal- any importance will care to one serving a pound. Consumers so they should be removed -
Ser- lible sources of Information. listen to you again. who want to cut meat immediately This may
dent. culture and Consumer
responsibility. First, the things Rev. Coun- costs should remember this prevent further attack on other
vices has left me some app- tryman mentioned in his let- Also, for your improvement, when they are buying meat. trees since adults emerge
April 17, 1973On March 21, As the grand jury testimony lication forms for landownerswho ter are verified by the word you should single out some from Infested trees to rein-
_" as a result of serious charges which mounts, and the Senate investigation have the Imported fire ant of .odany Christian of our fine pastors in your Turkey, and chicken are fest other nearby trees.
and who would like to have
. the President's official (Christ-like) student knows community and converse with among the best protein buyson
... to attention. I began expands,
came my aerial application of Mirex Whole
them. the market right now. Boring dust at the base ofa
Second Rev. Countryman
this. -
Intensive into this whole family including former Attorney bait this
inquiries spring.
who has lived chicken usually Is more eco- tree and pitch masses on
matter. There have been major de- General John Mitchell, at that time in and is an been adult a part of this Yours, with all respect due, nomical than chicken piecesin the tree's bark are the best

velopments. If any person in the the highest law enforcement officerin Bradford County has been human society that we all terms of the amount of indicators of attack by these

executive branch or In the Govern- the land, appear so deeply invQlved alloted 2,000 acres for this are a part of. Now, it is impossible --H. II. Matt meat you get for your money. Insects.In .
in this illegal conspiracy that, as year. The present inportedfire for a man of rea- Brooker, Fla.Get Large turkeys are often bet-
is Indicted by grand jury
ment ant control program is a ter buys than the smaller you have an Insect or
my policy will be to Immediately one writer has pointed out, ... if cooperatively financed effortof size. They have more meat disease problem with your

.. suspend him. this were Britain or France, the the property owned and the proportionately to the amount trees, contact Your County
: government would fall." Florida Department of Agri- v of bone. You can have the Forester.
I who believe the
. There are those culture. The cost to the pro- tIVJ turkey cut In half or In quar-
President must have known about the The President must ultimately perty owner Is 20tf per acre. ters and freeze part of it
Watergate conspiracy all along, as The minimum acreage is 40 for later use, If a large one Greenery
well as some who are inclined to explain why he did not have enough acres with a minimum chargeof Is too much for your family's ,
" control over his staff last June to $8.00. immediate needs.
believe (or hope) that-- incredibleas The AntidoteTo
compel a thorough airing of the Wa-
it might seem-- he was Ignorantof Some meats and meat pro-
In this
tergate scandal and deal with any The Mirex bait used
are definitely not
all this cloak-and-dagger activity pro-
effective Pollution
conspirators at that time. program is very ; tein bargains. A three-ounce
taking place right under his nose. however, It does have some serving of lean meat provides
limitations. '!he bait must be about 20 grams of proteIna -

But in either case, Mr. Nixon Senator Goldwater-- a Republican available to the ant when it third of the dally recom- have Whatever or plant greenery in the you future now
: cannot be held blameless. To argue conservative and up to now a Is feeding. weather are mended allowance for a 20- the first essential in its life

. that he knew nothing about the actii i I staunch supporter of the President, not cold good or times rainy to treat. Mlr year-old bacon or man.bologna To to eat provide enough process is water. Next In

vities of his staff members is not has i said that Watergate is beginningto ex does not have a residual these 20 grams, you could Importance in promoting live

; a convincing plea of innocence. A ,1 smell like Teapot Dome. But its effect. Mirex bait is used spend more money than you green growth is fertilizer.

'. President who could be so naive, ]J, much more significant than the because it is very effective and -i tie F ;1 J ttr would on an equivalent serv- "But doesn't that add nitrates -

:. would be guilty of gross misjudgment ]bribery: involved in the )larding administration In very small amounts and cer-can i h t eh ing of rib roast or round to our ponds, lakes
used on pastures
regarding matters which form the ]J scandal. It is a new tain crops where other eff- 1 steak. and underground waters,?"you

basic fundamentals leadership. For ;;and frightening application of tele- ective insecticides are prohi But there are ways to get ish ask.algae"And and don't other these growth nour-

. one to delegate power to people who iso vision-drama spy techniquesthe bited. the quality protein you need that chokes surface waters?"
and still keep food costs down.
abuse it and, In the process, ]I methods that members of the CIA Combine cheaper proteinrichplant The answer is, "No," accor-
abuse the symbol and authority of << that
tection has ruled
w' the Presidency, Is an offense that j and the financing of political Mlrex bait cannot be used In LiV sive animal foods like milk, and Growers Association.

.., the forty million Americans who voc,c ampalgns.: dense woods and aquatic areas Along Dogie eggs, cheese, fish and meatto Studies extending back many
ted for Mr. Nixon last fall cannot such as lakes, rivers, ponds, get more protein for your years demonstrate that thereis

condone. Whether confidence can be restored or other areas harboring aqu- Debbie (left) and Brenda Marlon pet their pet squirrel money. no appreciable movementInto
!< in the present Government atic life. Each individual "00111." given to them five weeks ago. The squirrel Meat is high-quality, complete -' ground waters of even
block must be the soluble forms of
treatment highly
tt t As one participant In a Sunday i remains to be seen. It will be a sad supervised by a' State lives with Debbie and Brenda at 206 North Broad- Protein protein,from but It's pi ant expensive foods nitrogen applied to farm

.. television panel asked. "What kind day< for the Nation if it cannot.milig Inspector to assure safe and way St. In Starke. like dry beans and peas, cer- crops.

proper application. eals and nuts lacks certain
::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:::;:;) essential amino, acids found The exception is where serious -

9RtQ Mlrex bait is also available only In animal proteins. But erosion of loose, cul-
CQ from the Division of Plant only a small amount of meat tivated soil occurs generally -
p : Industry. Contact your County People need fish, protein needs to be addedto as a result of storm conditions -

fACirvf Agents Office In Starke If you fish one of these plant foodsto or abnormally heavy
pq need
fcilMttCb have these Imported fire ants clean water. give you a low-cost pro- rain and run-off of surface
oy or If you are interested In tein-complete meal. waters. In such cases, the
rot s this program. let tillzers in the eroded soils
'''/OH-- BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER These Inexpensive meat alternates may end up In a stream or
are about equal In pond. But even that la rela-
Publishers Give a hoot! protein content to
one serv- tively low compared to the
Published each
Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, ing of meat 1 of cooked
; cup enormous amounts of nitro-
; Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. Don't pollute.
, dry beans, peas or lentils; gen and phosphate dumped Into
Subscription rate in trade area: 16 per year: 13.50 six months. a r lI !4M 4 tablespoons of peanut but- ponds. Lakes and stream

Phone 964-6305( Outside trade area: 17 per year: I .OO six months. Starke, Fla ar ter; 2 eggs; 2 ounces of ched- In raw sewage or even In t.
dar or processed cheese or
; effluent or processed was;
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::-:;:::;:;:::;::..'::-. a half cup,of cottage cheese from sewage treatment plants.


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Keystone Heights Area News .


F mil9 Commission Abolishes

._ Pag 8 TELEGRAPH April 26. 1973I .

I County Zoning Board

..''jihi4//' ), J J1 4.p ( Long-seething discontentwith on motion of Commissioner and had called special meet- has subjected the County Com- controversial report Issue that, those but observers In-
I : .< Included Ing for Wednesday morning mission to a barrage com-
F the operation of the Clay Lanny Lancaster, favor of wiping the slate clean
-,, r r-.1-; (April 25) to for months. The
r to County Zoning :Board exploded Instructions totheSherUf'sOffice map a courseof plaints many to by abolishing the board and
Tuesday with to proceed Immediately action until a new Zoning Commission was powerless
a unanimousvote dismissing its personnel, including -
I Board Is In such instances
created. act
f by the County Commis- to lock up the Zoning Board the administrator Floyd
1I sion to abolish the 11-mem- offices on Highway 16 and One Commissioner said special act creating In Gnann, had the most support.In .
I ber board Immediately, and deliver the keys to the Coun- that under existing state law, Clay County Zoning Board recent weeks, membersof
dismiss County Commission. the Clerk of the Circuit Court 1957 made It autonomous,with
Attorney ty the Commission have been
has authority to take chargeof its decisions not subject to
Frank Scruby, and County so-called "chain
besieged by
I Engineer Clint Stone effective Before the board adjourned zoning procedures duringthe review or approval by the letters," said to have been
April 30. Tuesday It had hired another absence of a board. County Commission. started by the wife of one of
county attorney, Jim Harri- Widespread dissatisfactionwith was no provision for appeals
Board members
the Zoning ,
The big shake-up came upMODERNIZING son of Green Cove Springs, Zoning Board procedures from Zoning Board decisionsto ex- asking that the board be left
a board of adjustment
cept In special "hardship"cases alone, to continue operatingas
wishing to it has in the past.It .
1 persons
appeal had no recourse except was learned that a bill
Clay Delays through the courts.It has been Introduced Into the
was reported that another State Legislature revising the
of the Zoning Board
If Commission'saction structure
for the
reason Tuesday was alleged and giving the County Com-
KH SewerThe
Action On the right to
conflict of Interest on the mission serveas
board from Its
part of some members, who

Clay County Commis- most of the persons contactedby in the cost of the additional have real estate Interests, decisions.Members of the Commission
sion deferred action Tuesdayon her In the outsidecityarea survey. Keystone had already and the attorney, who Is retained developers -- feel, however, that they
a request by the City of did not want the sewer paid $1,700 for a survey of by several large In the have the right under home
Keystone Heights that the service, and It was also pointed -j the area within the city lim now operating rule, to do their own restruc-

\! I N county share In the cost of out that the County has its.Fox county. meeting was attended turing of the Zoning Board
; preparing new plans for a no funds In Its present budgetfor said that Bradford wouldbe delegations, without benefit of legislative
\ by large
for Keystoneand such
sewer system purposes. asked to share 20 per cent action.
'4' 1 c adjacent areas. After the last Keystone of the cost, since about 20 some on both sides of the

-\.J Keystone Councilman Roy Council meeting, when the city per cent of the .area to be
.f .4 .: Watkins! asked that the Com was told by its engineers thatit served by the sewer project
__ : mission pay 60 per cent of must Include the outside would lie In Bradford. It is KEYSTONE MELROSE

--.Jt .....", .. the estimated $9,000 cost of areas In order to obtain a possible that the survey cost
the new survey since appro- Federal grant Council Chair- might be less than $9,000, BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Thet or*.the Keystone Postal People. Throughout the nation Postal Service work..rs ximately 80 per cent of the man Everett Fox said that but it should not exceed that
area served outside the city both Clay and Bradford County amount the engineers said.
will evUbrat National Postal W..k. Kyton are from (l-r) Ing Hutchl.on, would be In Clay County. The would be asked to share Fox plans to appear before
clerk; Edna Baker, poste.ast.r; Martha Thomas, clerk; top row ClarobelU Bradley, City of Keystone proposed to the Bradford Commission at FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES ( HARDWARE GARDEN

clerk, Ann Cooper, clerk; Don Shackleford, rural carrier, and Lee Womble, contract pay 20 per cent of this cost New OfficersElected its May meeting. He said thatIf
cleaner. since some of this area might the two county boards did SLIMS 1/1. vie HARDWARE
later be annexed to the city. By not have funds at this time, ANDQARDCN

Commissioner Kitty Murr- Church WomenThe the city was considering a Fish N'Stuff
Keystone Post Office Plans hee expressed the opinion that loan to pay the survey costsIf aura

they could obtain pledges Live Bait A complete line of Hdw.
'Postal People Day' EventsPatrons Registration last general meeting of from the counties that they Cricket.- I nn.r.-Wo rm.Minnows BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS
the Community Church Wo- would pay their share with Plumbing & Electrical
attending the Key- hospitable background inside es, sending some 300 million Now Under Way men until next September,will funds budgeted next fall. GrooTone Fertilisers Supp.
stone Heights "Postal Peo- the post office lobby. Pos- letters and packages to destinations be held Monday, May 7, at Cub Scout Pack TACKLERODSREELSFISHING Insecticides
at home and abroad. At St. JohnsRegistration 7:30 In the educational
ple Day" observance April ters are also going up to p.m. & HUNTING
30 at the local post office draw attention to the event They sell nearly 27 billion building. Please note that this Tours Big ShipAt LICENSES AMMUNITION Lumber & Building Materials
will be given free souvenir and tell about the new stamps. stamps a year, man a fleet will be an evening meeting.The ICE Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From LightKeystone
of almost a quarter of a and counselingfor devotional will be given
envelopes, Postmaster Ed- The souvenir envelopes, to Mayport 473O663
the next three terms at Keystone Hgts. 473-4357 Height.
million vehicles work in more Barrow
na D. Baker has disclosed. be available In a limited quantity by Mrs. Henry
A booth will be set up In on a "first come" basisat than 42,000 buildings, and each St. Johns River Junior Col- who Is a member of the Ma- On Saturday, April 14, a-
the post office lobby Mon- the local post office April day they reach 66 million lege Is now In progress."Preschedullng donna Circle. round ten boys in Cub Scout CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION AIR CONL)
30 will be homes and 9 million business for new The following slate of officers Pack 305 traveled to May-
day, April 30, for the sale Imprinted or ca-
and returning students plan- for next were port In Jacksonville and enjoyed THEISES TV &
of a unique new set of ten cheted. year
81! postage stamps honoring In addition, the Postmastersaid es.After almost two centuriesof ning to attend term ffl-A Is elected at the April 2 meet- a tour on the USS Albany APPLIANCE
two-thirds of a million pos- a quantity of cacheted honoring the tradition ofputting now held and will" continue Ing: Mrs. Ernest McLean, Robbie's Camp
tal people across the nation, envelopes will be preparedIn Americans In touch through April 25, stated Cliff president; Mrs. Walter Gro- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sellers, Trailer Sales QuiisurJVSTERO
including the seven Keystone advance bearing all 10 with the rest of the countryand McGriff, director of admis- lick, vice president; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pappas
Heights employees, Mrs. Ba- Postal People stamps. the world through the sions. Term ill-A begins May 1 Charles Smith, second vice and Mr. and Mrs. Bland Ware safety Low Gas C.G. _
ker notes.In These "first day" covers, mails, the tables will turn and ends June 18. president; Mrs. M. H. FaI- accompanied them on this exciting Price and Gators On lot u .CAR AND PORTABLE. .
proclaiming the week of as they are known to col- for a week, and Americanswill Persons may also pre-reg- kel, secretary; and Mrs. RIchard -. venture. i : Hi Low Exclusive TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL
April "29-May 5 as "Postal lectors, will be postmarkedby honor Postal People dur- Ister for ill-B through June Sunderland, treasurer.The Roy Sellers, Scoutmaster, Towing Insurance ANDRESIDENTIAL
Week" U.S. Postmaster Gen- hand with the local post- ing Postal Week, April 29- 15. This term begins June 20 new officers will be Installed has an exciting summer plan-
eral E. T. Klassen called It mark and will be sold for May 5. and ends August 8. by Mrs. Roy Turk- ned for his boys with monthly W. ROBINSON PROP AIR CONDITIONING
"an appropriate occasion for only the actual charge for In Washington, D. C., Post- nett. pack meetings held at the JAMES &
recognition of the vital responsibilities the ten stamps, or 80 cents, master General E. T. Klas- Circle count of attendance Keystone Boy Scout Camp on 3.5 Miles S. Of Keystone,
assigned to the as long as they last. sen will Inaugurate the acti- GraduationSet will be taken and the winnerfor Crystal Lake. The boys will 475-2035 KEYSTONE 473-1651
mail service and a valid timeto The seven KH "postal peo vity on Postal People Day, For 27 guests at the May lunch- enjoy swimming, cookouts,
take stock of the challen- ple" are part of nearly 700- Monday, April 30, when he Apr. eon will be determined. Annual and many other activities.The REAL ESTATE AUTO SERVICE
ges which must be jointly met 000 postal employees nation- officially dedicates the spe- A t St. JohnsMore reports will also be read meetings will i be held
by postal people and by the wide. cial commemorative set of by all elected and appointed on the following dates: KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE
millions of citizens throughout They travel 4 million miles 10 stamps honoring the Pos- officers of the organizationand April 26, 7:45: p.m. at the Richard T. LovornRag.

America who depend upon every delivery day across the tal Service's 700,000 employees. than 150 students will handed to the secretaryto American Legion Hall; June \ Real Estate Broker
the mail as an essential U. S., checking and emptying The first day the issue graduate on April 27 from be filed. 16, 9 a.m. til 4 p.m., Crystal Front End Alignment Speed
part of their personal and almost 314,000 collection box- ceremony will take place at SJRJC In the class of '73, The meeting will be followed Lake; July 21, 9 a.m. til LAKE PROPERTIES, Wheel Balancing
business lives." the Smithsonian Institution's during commencement cere- by refreshments served by 4 p.m., Crystal Lake; August 'Air Conditioning Service -
To provide an appropriate Museum of History and Tech- monies In the Fine Arts build- the Rebecca Circle. 18, 10 a.m. til 5 P.m., RESIDENTIAL' /
atmosphere for Postal Week First BaptistSets nology with postal employees ing auditorium on campus. This will be an Important at the Baden Powell Boy Scout BUSINESS- ACREAGE Brake Service'Lubrication

celebrations, Postmaster Ba- attending. Similar ceremon- Graduation ceremonies will meeting to finish up all bus- Camp. INSURANCE Oil Change -
ker is dressing up the local RevivalRevival ies will take place at post begin at 8 p.m. with C. L. iness for the year. All mem- Any boys interested in join-
post office. Postal Week dis- offices throughout the coun- Overturf, deal of student affairs bers are urged to attend and ing the Cub Scouts, please Keystone Hgts. 473-3254 Tune Up'Goodyear
plays provide a festive and presiding. lie will introduce support their circle leaders. feel free to attend the next 473-4692 Tires
services are sched- try.To share In the occasion the graduating classto meeting, April 26, at 7:45.:
uled at the First Baptist postal employees will receive Dr. Robert L. McLendon, Edna Knepper473.4111
Fish ContestWinners Church of Keystone
mails 473-3362 1 BLK. Off E. 21 and 1 BLK.N. .
April 29 through May 6. through the a Jr.Fred Martha Durbin -
Post- O. "Bud" Dickinson, '' Off 100
NamedAll Dr. J. H. Wright, pastorof special memento from Jim Fox 473.4148'
Comptroller of Florida will KEYSTONE HGTS. 4734052S.
West Lawn Baptist Churchin master General Klassen. C.B. McAfee 473-4050
give the commencement ad-

the fishermen contest sponsored participatingIn by gelist.Mobile, Ala. is the evan- dress.Special awards will be Whatever your.choice BEAUTY SHOP E.: McKay; !Realtor

Slim's to Fish sign'n upbeforeMayl Stuff are reminded be Don music Hardy director.of Starke His "Un-will the O1d7t/17Wl JC sented vice by president Dr. Gary Lott and,SJR Dean pre- in wheels Nell's S.E. McKAY REALTORMember

(Keystone Heights store only der The Son" gospel singers Overturf. They will Include Beauty Style She{ of Society
wel- will during the week. of Residential Appraisers
), and new members are perform
come. There are weekly and Services are scheduled at oir- those to the valedictorian and A FULL "for a I lovelier Serving This Area For 26 Years
salutatorian and SJRJC Student -
monthly prizes. Additionalin- 11 a.m. each day except Sat- Sf Hall of Fame candidates.The youPhone Mrs. Melba [linen 473-4740
formation may be obtained at urday, May 5, and at 7:30 / 2it' SERVICEBANK ), 475221Between
B. C. Pearce Social
i Mrs. Dolores Gilmore 4- 600
each night.
the store.I. .
;/j)1) Science Award will also be
I. Tyre of Melrose hada (UI: presented along with the AnneH. Mrs. Joanne Gas sett 475.1622
nice catch of black bass, 1 / ..;
fishing In a local lake, using K.R. Dent Pearce Speech Award.An for .Tv' I Keystone Mr. Leslie Robinson 475.1035HomesAcreageRentals
black The big- "A lot of fellows who opout Informal reception .V- I
a worm. Heights .
the their parents
gest one was 5 Ibs., 1 oz. so profusely about capital '
Ricky Hall weighed In a Kenneth R. Dent, 60,of Key- and labor never had and relatives will follow the Metros 'C
stone Heights, died Thursday, any ceremony In the Viking Center -
28 In., 13 lb. bass caught capital and neter did any
Apr. 19, after a sudden at- rt
jigger bobbing. Unfortunately, lulwr." Ray Shell
he had not signed up In the tack. A resident of Keystone LanM's Boutique l, .. l'
Wrecker Service
contest. Heights for the past three ..
and Accessories
Winners for the week end- years, he was born In Columbia Styles
ing April 22 were: S. C. on March 7, 1913. '\. '" ,-;, J For The Complete 24 IIRSService
Gerald W. Buckner of Orange He was a radio announcer anda r ... '" Woman .

Park, 10 lb., 6 oz. bass Methodist. Null ::::::r HWY 21 D.tw..n "

from local lake, with shiner H.Surviving T. Dent, are of Keystone two brother, and, J see us for a low-cost Auto Loan Kyiton M.lro..

bait.Mark Znldorka of Hawthorne E. D. Dent, Jr., Orlando; four 475.2211 Day Call 473-3083

2 lb. speck, fishing sisters, Mrs. Harold Ingram, YOUR HOME ? Nights 473-2838
local lake with live minnows. Mrs. Howe McCormick, Mrs.

Walter B. Penrose Starke, Norma Ingram, and Mrs. GO MODERN ALL THE WAY Big wheels. Small wheels. Plain or fancy. What- Pill Dirt j ctrlcoJCentroetor
James L. Osborne, all Key-
1 lb. bream, using live cricket -
and cane pole in local lake. stone Heights. with the all new Chrysler Airtemp ever kind of wheels you want, we'll help you get Beach Sand Bell Electric Co.
Danny Williams of Santa Fe Funeral services were heldat them. And at our low bank rates, you can save a Clay PillTractor

using Lake, cane 4 lb.pole, 4 and oz.live catfish shin-, in the 10 a.m.DeWitt Monday C. Jones, Apr.Cha-23, whole house air conditioningFREE goodly piece of change. Speedy Auto Loan serv- Work James W. Bell, Owner

pel with Rev. Robert H.' Curr SURVEYCALL ice is our specialty. So you'll be polishing up Hank Bruning CommercialResidenti.l
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and sign up. You may be a 3 P.m. In the Glendale Cem- US NOW KEYSTONE4IEIGHTSPHONE

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/ By Linda Wharton 1973 Feed Gain Program Children Entering School

Keystone, I Hi/ites Phone 473-4648.4734907or For First Time In September

Set-aside Requirement CutA Must Have Immunizations

DUPLICATE BRIDGE Keystone on several occasions of Boston Miss Karen Putter -
Duplicate bridge winners of and It Is always fun to get of Brooklyn N. Y. and further reduction in set- additional 13.5 million acres and for haying and grazing. All parents or guardiansare ment official.If .
Tuesday. April 17 were:First together with them. Peter Meehan of St. Augus- aside requirements for the for production of grain and Carver stressed that no enrollment advised that they should have questions
Mrs. Gay Livingston and Mrs. Bettye and Bert are busyat tine. The Anthonys' guests full compliance provision of other crops and for forage" changes will be allowed register pupils entering kin- contact you the County any Health De-
Ray Starnes; Second. Mrs. the craft shop with the enjoyed a side trip to Dis- the 1973 Feed Grain Programwas the chairman said. "The action In the feed grain pro- dergarten or first grade for partment. .
W, J. GroUck and Mrs. John many interesting kits that they ney World before returningon announced by J. Warren is considered necessary gram. Those producers who the first time in September,
Strawn; Third Miss Iva lUl- purchased at their last show. Saturday for Boston and Carver, Executive Directorof after reviewing the March 1 agreed in the recently conclu- 1973.
yer and Mrs. R. P. Vogh; You should stop by and see other points North. the Bradford County AgrI- planting Intentions report((released ded 1973 Feed Grain Program Florida Statute 232.032 requires -
and Fourth Mr. and Mrs. the many items that they now Many art lovers from Key- cultural Stabilization and Con- March 15). The 5,772 signup to set aside 25 per- that all children entering Rainless Week
Mike elThursday. have on sale. stone traveled to St. Augustine servation ASCS) Office This million bushel production of cent of their feed grain base public or private ,
The evening game Mr. and Mrs. LavonLoweryand last"Weekend for the sidewalk change was made In orderto corn for 1973 Indicated in the will not receive less program schools In Florida for the Reported By
was not played due to the sons Lane and Lantz of show, the festivities, and bring U. S, feed grain report is considered Insufficient payment and will automatic- first time must be immunized '
Easter weekend. Lake Brooklyn returned home the annual blessing of the supplies more In line with to fulfill projected dom- ally have their set-aside reduced for diphtheria, pertussis Forest ServiceA
last weekend after spendingfive ships. I saw Linda Lee Anthony expected demand. estic and export demand and to 10 percent. Grazingand tetanus, poliomyelitis, rubella -'
HONORED WITH SHOWER days at Pine Mountain. who is home for the maintain adequate carryover haying on the remaining and rubeola (measles), unless -
Miss Lana Marie Bunds Easter holidays Julie and Ray The required set-aside stocks." The 53.8 million acres 10 percent set-aside will be exempt as provided in rainless week was reported -
bride-elect of Dwight Arnold David and Lorraine Schaeffer Crabtree Norma and John full compliance is changed of soybeans indicated in optional with the same dol- Section 2 of the law. by the Florida For-
Jr. was honored witha of Tallahassee spent Martin and Gretchen Karen from 25 to 10 per cent of aproducer's the March 1 report are the lar-per-acre deduction'as be- Every child entering school est Service in Bradford County -
miscellaneous bridal shower Easter weekend with their respective and Dot Newman.I feed grain base. minimum needed in order to fore. The official also for the first time must pre- for the period, April 17-
given by Mrs. Richard families. On Monday, also heard Paulette Tyre For participants who electednot meet demand according to stressed that program pay- sent the school board or the 23. The dry week followed on
Martin and Mrs. Charles Rider they drove to Miami where and her little girl Ruby were to comply fully with the Carver.As ments to those who elected governing authority of a pri- the heels of a wet two weeksin
at the Rider home. they were scheduled to fly down there but had a little set-aside program the required a result of the reduced not to set-aside any acre- vate school a certification of early April which brought
The bride-elect received to London. They are planning traffic accident. I was gladto set-aside remains unchanged set-aside requirements, the age would not be affected by Immunization or an exemp- 4.33 Inches of rain exceed-
many beautiful gifts. to spend four weeks touring hear it was not serious at zero per cent. Department estimates, that an the action. Conserving base ing the 50-year average of
Europe. though. and no one was hurt. "This action Is' taken to additional 2.5 to 3.5 million requirements will remain un- tion.Parents are urged to pro- 4.63 for the entire month of
SHRINE GOLF Glad to report that Herb Alex and Susan Livingstonand short- acres will be available for changed. Total payment per ceed immediately to complete April.
AND BARBECUEThe Nelsjn, Sr. Is now at home their daughter Lexi droveup prevent or alleviate a the planting of other crops farm for participation will the immunization of their children Four fires were reported
Keystone Shrine ClubIs and ra enjoying a speedy recovery from Ft. Lauderdale to age in the supply of agricul- remain unchanged from that so that their children during the week ending Mon-
busy completing plans for from his recent sur spend the Easter weekend with tural commodities. The act- announced on January 31 and will not be denied entranceto day, with 14.7 acres burned.
their annual golf barbecue gery. Hope to see you back Alex's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ion will free up an estimated the Old 16m ii, as agreed to at enrollment. school. The four-day weather,out-
and dance scheduled for May In the swing of things real Gay Livingston. Everyone was Producers who have signedup These Immunizations may look starting Wednesday is
5 at the Keystone Golf & soon. HerblSympathy! very pleased to see them. Committee OK's in the 1973 Feed Grain be obtained at your doctor's fair to partly cloudy and
Country Club. Is extended to the Welcome home all you ladies Program need take no fur- office or at the County Health warmer with a chance of
The golf tournament opento family of Ken Dent who passed who went on the Guata- Drug Tests In ther action at this time as Department if necessary. showers on Wednesday and
women and men, will be away suddenly this past week. malaln tour last week. Pll 'no further signatures formsor Certification forms are avail- Friday.So .
played In the Calloway sys- have more details about the State Prisons papers are necessary. able through the County Health far in 1973, rainfall is
tem. Tee-off time for golf Lake Brooklyn was very trip In the next issue. There will be no additional Department and must be sign- running about five inches a-
will be 7 a.m. busy last weekend with boats I have recently acquiredsome nH cost to producers where re- ed by your doctor or an author- bove the 50 year average for
The barbecue Is scheduledto and skiers. I'm sure the big new neighbors. Jim Fox Advisers to Florida Health measurement services are ized County Health Depart- this period.SHRIMP .
start at 2 p.m. with the cook-out given by Jimmy Mc- and Don Gottlob, have movedIn Secretary Emmett Roberts "The worst fault of a
dance beginning at 6. Murtry had something to do next door. Don also has a have recommended aresump- motorist III his belief that he required.
Tickets for the gala affair with that. Herb and Charlotte friend from St. Louis visiting tion of drug experiments at has none"
are on sale now from any Nelson Julie and Ray Crab- him for a few days. Don and state prisons, but said that
Shriner. Tickets for $8 include tree George and Diane Leath Gary Plant are planning on prison medical supervisors No Time For Cough SEE US FORk
golf dinner and dance. were all down from Jacksonville doing some serioui fishing. should no longer be permitted
Tickets for$2.50 lnclu becue and dance. ,* seemed to have a great we'll all have a fish fry drug companies.The Morning Is a time for which connect the lungs and
Trophies and prizes will be time. Mr. and Mrs. George Kauf- Drug Utilization Committee coughing. For too many peo- the windpipe open to all kinds 77 FOR A CHf4M rE
awarded to the best golfers We had house guests for the mann returned Monday from recently appointed by of Infection. Once the bron-
In the tournament. Easter holidays. Jim's sister visiting their daughter Janet Roberts said that such pay- ple.Too chial tubes are Irritated for ALL KINDS INCLUDING
Everyone Is Invited to at- and her family, Mr. and Mrs. In Miami where they helped ments create"potential conflict many people Including long periods excess mucusIs I.d Spire' Catfish. Scallops
tend and enjoy the festivities. Ed Swift and girls from Wilmington her celebrate twenty-first of interest" especiallywhen millions of smokers think a secreted constantly. Then
Dela. arrived Satur- birthday. Happy birthday,Jan- medical supervisors had morning cough is not only rou- coughing becomes compul- 6ronpK Oysters Frog legs
CHRISTENING HELD day. They were very Impress et! to pass Judgment on the safety tine but normal. It Isn't. save sive. e .......,.. Lobs u.. gab
of the experiments. the Red Cross. Chronic bronchitis is a lung
EASTER SUNDAY ed with Keystone and the beau- same
The Rev. Stewart McCord tiful weather we have down Welcome to Keystone Mr. Human drug experimentation A cough has a reason for disease which now afflicts 4 5.. 4LJ caw.ag.::: ..,
officiated In the christeningof here. and Mrs. Hatcher! They recently had been discontinued in being.. Coughing is one way million Americans. Its sym- ..
James McLean Beam son Butch Fox has returned to moved Into the former Florida prisons since disclos- the body tries to get rid of ptoms are a cough that hangson
of Mr. and Mrs. James Mar- Alabama after spending the home of the Paul Tyre's on ures last December that drug excess phlegm and mucus. for at least three months
shall Beam and Chrlstofer Easter weekend with his family Fairway.I firms were paying state em- Normally,mucus moves from comes and goes with colds
Allen Homer son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Everett understand that Mrs. Joey ployes thousands of dollars the breathing passages up toward and recurs for at least two
Johnson Delores the the swept along in a row.Attention must
Mrs. Wayne Homer at the formerly annually to help conduct mouth years
Easter morning service. Fox.Nita Adams and Vesta Aiken Murrhee has Joined the bus- tests. by tiny broomllke structures be paid to that kind, of a
After the service the respective had a very exciting week.They Inees world. She Is now em- The committee confirmed called cilia. The moving car- cough, and medical treat-
families enjoyed flew to Jackson Miss to pick ployed by attorneys that about $69,000 had been pet of mucus collects dirt and ment--plus quitting smok-
Easter dinner at the home of up Mrs. Adams' grandchildren Wllks and McNally of Green paid to state employee including germs along the way. But Ingcan clear up the symp- Uon
Mr. and Mrs. William Beamon had lunch and on the Cove Springs. Good luck In medical supervisorsand when the cilia stop movingthe toms. If It is untreated the
Lake Geneva. way back they ran into very your new Job Delores! prison doctors over the mucus accumulates. Especially disease can mean serious
bad weather. The pilot who Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starnes past two years. The committee at night trouble. Chronic bronchitiscan
PERSONALS should be commended for his enjoyed the Masters Tourna- said however, that it did be a forerunner of pul- 1
in the morning
ment In Augusta last week. of Interest Coughing emphysema which Involves -
Sympathy Is extended to the fine Judgement set the plane not feel a conflict this sticky monary
Also for the tour- below the shakes loose permanent destructionof
going situation existed
Moore who down in Montgomery and they up
of Hardy and
family Charlie Head. collection of mucus, dirt the air sacs of the lungs.
last week following had to spend the night there. nament was level of medical supervisor.The .
passed In the meantime
a away short Illness. Hardy Vesta said it didn't take them Sympathy is extended to the report said that prison germs.the dirt Irritates the air pas- Check out a cough you can't I 2133 N.W. 6th St. 372-4191
long to pack the next morn- family of Leo Nolan who passed doctors and other prison And to
for 'Drive-in
lived with the William Terry sages and the germs have a shake off good. G'vlll Sp.rvice"I I
Ing and they were very unprepared away April 2. Mr. Nolan employes should be permitted disease
family In Putnam Hall, where chance to reproduce and Invade find out more about lung
he'' assisted 'Mrs: Terry in I for the overnightstay. was the father of Mrs. Ralph to continue accepting mon- the body tissues. contact your local tuber- OF ALL SIZES:
caring for her horses and Naples. ey from drug firms for work culosis and respiratory disease -
business. The Adamses and their Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Tink performed during off-duty Smoking Just one cigarette association. It's a mat-
Mrs. ArleneBrownandMrs. grandchildren left last Thurs- ler of Atlanta stopped by to hours. It also recommendedthat slows down the action of the ter of life and breath.
Elizabeth Grosberg of Lake- day to Join their son, Mike visit their friends Mr. and private drug corporationsbe cilia and Interferes with the
view Drive enjoyed entertaining and his family of Gainesvilleto Mrs. Bill Bartlett, recently. required to compensatethe upward trip of the moving
Mrs. Brown's niece and spend the Easter weekendIn They were returning home after state for costs Incurredas mucus. Heavy smoking com-
family Mr. and Mrs. George Freeport. a. trip to South Florida a result of the drug test- pletely paralyzes the cilia and
Mllosevich and three daugh- Easter weekend guests of where they visited many Ing program. leaves the bronchial tubes,
ters of Buffalo N. Y. Georgeand Miss Linda Lee Anthony and other friends. Mr. Tinkler
Sandra have visited In her family of Lakevlew Drive Is retired and Mrs. TinklerIs
were Miss Pam MacArtney very active In the real

____________ a__ __________---- -- estate business.Dr. Measures U,ged To Halt oy-way HANDY
and Mrs. Ralph Lim- a
ber of Martha's Vineyard Spread Of ,S! : Fever SY'
Mass. were recent house %Qt
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home guests of Mrs. John Bird. ;
The Limbers were old col- Spokesmen for the Florida reactors are found. There \
STARKE lege friends of the Birds at Horse Industry agree that were arguments for and a-
Allegany College. something must be done to halt gainst posting of quarantine
Phone 964-6200 Margaret Andrewsen the spread of swamp fever. signs.
daughter of Mrs. John Bird The Florida Thoroughbred Raymond Tucker, of Bun-
Rental arrived last week for an extended Breeders Association and the nell said he would favor testIng -
Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs At" Crutches. visit with her mother. Thoroughbred Farm Managers all horses going to assembly v
Margaret rode down from A- Club have presented resolutions points but would leaveIt
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS : merican Fork Utah with Mrs. In spite of regulations up to the Individual ownerto
I Wedgewood and her 15 year on the movement of dispose of reactor animals
Phone 473-3176
old daughter Collne who visSCOTT'S horses and quarantine of horses without quarantining entire .
found positive to the Cog- farms. He said it would costa I
gins Test. The two associations lot to police all quaran-
recommended that the tines.
release be effective January Bill Whalen of Ocala sided -
REMODELINGOffice 1, 1974. with Tucker and said that RIGHT I9 I
Proposed regulations were the effort should be concen-
presented to the Animal Industry trated In controlling horsesIn
Phone Keystone Heights, Fla Home 475-1464 Technical Council for transit. ON! WtlII %
473-4424 consideration. The technical Swamp fever "equine Infectious -
council will make a recom- anemia", is the great- t
Special On mendation to Commissionerof est threat In the health of the
Agriculture Doyle Conner. horse Industry according to
The proposed regulationscall Dr. Clarence L. Campbell.
$169.95 for permanent Isolationof With the development of the 11 '.
AWNINGS reactor animals or their Coggins Test on detecting the ,::1
Installed destruction. The regulations disease Florida is now in a
10' x 20' Does Not Include Floor further would require either position to exercise some con-
a lip tattoo or a visible body
brand on reactor. animal. D. E. Cooperrider

SCOTT'S MOBILE HOME REPAIR SERVICE tracks Horses, rodeos moving, shows to race-fairs chief boratory of the system Diagnostic of the Florida La-- KIDS LIKE US TOO !

or public or private sales Department of Agricul-
would have to be accompanied ture and Consumer Services
CAN DO IT ALL by a record of a negat- reported finding about 10 per Ever wonder why the kids all gang up at a Handy-

ive test. The Thoroughbred cent of horses samt>led since
Breeders Association and the last July were positive.Dr. Way? We're the closest thing to the old
Air Conditioners Fla. Rooms Skirting Farm Manager's Club objec- Campbell stated that
Insurance Claims ted to the use of a body while there Is no present cure Penny Arcade. We are stocked with all the
Furnaces Screen Rooms brand. Several spokesmenobjected for the disease, current research -
Cool Seal Awnings Concrete Patios to the posting of qua- is progressing on potential things young folks like; such as candy, gum, cold

rantine signs on farms where Bert vaccines.nines vicepresidentof drinks, snacks, magazines, etc. Even to the

Hurricane Tie Downs ited Mrs. Bird for a few days. Association the Florida speaking Quarterhorse for several ever-popular Koolee. We're where the action Is.

Shirley Fareira and her husband horse groups asked fora
J were down for a few 60 to 90 day delay in Im- "" 1

Let ther days, visit Mrs. with Frank Shirley's Weisgerber.mo- plementing could be presented regulations to so those they | OPEN FROM 7:00: 'TO 11:00: EVERY DAY']

Scott'sMakp Shirley and her family live groups. Dr. Campbell agreed
in Mendanhall Miss.Congratulations that it was a reasonable re-
to Lou Tim- quest.
mins on her latest accom- Jack Kimball, of Tampa,
1r'''' Four plishment on the golf course! called the situation critical
i If you were wondering what and said that the present "let )
the 27-foot mobile home was the buyer beware" policy of Handq-Uai
i l Ilr *'* Moli'eI '
doing parked in front of the some sellers of horses is |

( Home they Q. Gardners'had friends visiting from Jeopardizing the entire indus

I Topeka. Kan. Mr. and Mrs. try.There were several suggestions -
;, _Look Like Bill Copp had been on an extended that all horses be test- STORES
f trip down the west ed but Dr. Campbell noted
coast and stopped by for afew that the laboratory Is run-
days on their way up the ning at capacity lie said that
Call Scot' 473-4424 About Their east coast. They loved the the department will need to
area and plan to the Legislature for NEAR YOU
Awning Special .
I move down in the near fu- supplemental funds and asked
t ture. for the Industry's support.

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Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

Page 10 TELEGRAPH April 26, 1973
South Wins 4th

Ends Central's Bradford's 2-Hitter Straight Florida Star Title j jPalatka

don Hodge ran 52.4 secondto
South took the Florida

win the 440 dash.
Star Conference title again Other placing for BHS went
Baseball SeasonBradford for the fourth year In a row, like this:
while Bradford runners took Dlscu -(2)White 127-4 3/4
second place as Palatka (4)Ilaves,124.33/4(5)Puck-) ; ;,
showed depth with a 156-82
High baseball "Charlie Green was the next year with his experience lead on BIIS. ett, 123-101/4.(4) .
Shot Put
season was ended last Thur- most conslstant hitter all according to Bushore. -. Whltet.451.Long
sday night in Palatka by Pal- year," says Bushore. Green During the last five losses In 1972 Palatka South won '-'. 20-6-- 3/4.Jump (2) Henry,
atka Central who shut out the had a .382 average and was before district, Bradford lost with 116 points and BIIS was
HH (4))Sherman
Tornadoes 5-0 In Subdistrictplay. being pushed by Gary Melvin by only one point In four second with 93. ; ..
(6))Scott, 18.1. .
of them and two In another. 'I1
with a.333 average. Placing went like this In the .
100 Yard
Dash (2)
Central's Barry Rabun Graduating seniors from "The team gained from the meet: (1)) Palatka South (2) ...., Barber
threw a two-hitter to hold the this year will be Eddie Hazen, experience," says assistant BHS (3)) Live Oak (4) Clay 10.6 Mile Run Dodges 10.9. (3)4:46.
Tornadoes off the bases and Gary Melvin Ronnie Kilby, Coach Harry Hatcher." "it High 61; (5) Orange Park, 880 BITS ) :
end a 5-11 season for BUS Carl RUierd got some confidence. relay :
Jimmy Outlaw 9; ((6) Fernandina Beach, 6;
Crews Puckett and
at Henry, ,
"They out-hit us, says Coach and David "Crunch" Mc- "The athletic department (7)) St. Augustine, 2.; and (8)
Steve Bushore," We Cuthens. BHS is very proud of the our- Bolles 1."Palatka. t Barber.
played five good ball games, "Some real good experience: come of the season as they South showed Its ,..' .... 330 Intermediate Hurdles -
and got to sub-district and had players to come back are David > overcame the stigma of overall depth by winning all "-......... (2)880)Sherman,(3)42.2.) Parsons :
a bad ball game. The Tor- Kilby Charlie Green, Ro- losers says Coach Bushore. those points," says Bradford (5))Gordon run 2:04. ;
nadoes were boasting a four bert Best, Eddie Blalock and Track Coach Grover. 1 A.
SMR ((2) BUS 2:08
: -
game winning streak before Johnny Nichols, according to April snows fall In many "We could have closed the Crews and It
Henry, Hodge,
entering district play. Bushore. of the nation. Rushingthe
parts gap but we were hurting in a
Bulldog scoring game like Best is the only ninth holiday has become a couple of places. Levy Lennon Two mile runFourth place ...
this : Three points in the first graders who was out, was improving pulled his leg in the Invita- .
commonplace( but isn't this Carl Hunsinger, 11:21.: ;."tr
Inning and one each in the well and should help tional and Jimmy Cauley was Next Bradford
fourth and fifth. a little early for Christmas runners
out of town. These two could travel to Ocala Vanguard to

face District 3A competitionon
< the long string of meets
leading to state. The meet is
Friday and starts at 3 p.m..
"It is an important meet and
most of the teams that were
at the Bradford Invitational :a
412 East Call Sf. will be at the meet. It will
D" ... be very tough competition,"
says Coach Howard. "

( Starke, Fla..tlt. StovoStrtcklond pole vaults 11'6 for first flat in Florida Star Conference competition "But I still think we can get ... .
In the third :;
. s .. Ph. 964-5800 ltt Saturday In Palatka. places"top concludes or (Howard.

Sit have gotten us some places," comments Howard
declares Howard. Two first places were taken NOW 0 PENRnlph's
"I don't believe they would by BIIS. Steve Strickland
D'S"t.. have changed the places but pole vaulted 11-6 feet for first
would have closed the gap" place In that event and Shel- Garage

't, ES HOME OF THE Blalock's Wins Pair 382.N. TempleSpecializing

: In ...
In Women's SoftballBlalock

Meat Market won day night by avengeing a loss A "'mllt"- Trnn miaionsService ; ; .
two games and defending champion this season with an 8-5 victoryover
STEEL RADIAL Norman Farms one In Norman's Farm. ; Repair; & OrerAutomobile
PRESENTS the second week of Women's Norman's took an early 1-0
Slow Pitch Softball play sponsored lead in the first inning but MITONMK Htnti ,' ..
ZETA 4O& by the Starke Recrea- Blalock came back to score TRANSMISSION I J
SPRING TIME TIRE tion Department. two runs In the bottom of SPECIALIST
Blalock drubbed Mitchell the Inning. After four com- Air Condition '.
78 SERIES DESIGN Drugs 21-8 and edged past plete Innings Blalocks led ,
TUNEUP Norman Farms 8-5 for Its 7-3. ,<
STEEL BELTS two wins to gain a tie for an SaUs Service & Repair.
early lead with Norman. SCHEDULE:
Auto Electrical & Engln Repair
RADIAL RAYON CORD PLIES Thursday April 26 Blal- '..

If Your Tires Are Not Safe PINSTRIPE ((0.4") WHITE SIDEWALLs NORMAN MITCHELL 18 0 ock's Monday vs ,Mitchell's April 30Blalock'svs 8:15 p.m. Open Man-Sat .
Norman's blanketed Mit Norman's 7 p.m. I
NOW chell's 18-0 In a game called Tuesday May 1 Norman'svs Call 964.5022Announcing

The Time To 40000 I Mile Guaranteet after Tuesday five night.Innings Norman's of play out-last Mitchell's 8:15: p.m.

Come By & Let Howard Bowen hit the losers 15-6 with all Ii
but a few of Norman's players

Check Your Tires For Safety He collecting and two Violet hits.Kendall Joy Andrews led-

Mitchells with two hits each.
Will Insure That Your Car Tires
Are Ready For The Hot Summer MITCHELL'S 8 : .. .
Behind Karen Reddish's 3- ,

Months Ahead & That Vacation for-4 ned Mitchell's hitting Blalock's 21-8 In dow-five the most

innings Thursday night,April
Your Family Has Been Waiting

19.Patty Johnson was the big
For.From. stick for Mitchell's going 3- advanced
in-3 at the plate.

BLALOCK'S8 .1.1pbo

Noiv Until May 30 NORMAN'S5 Blalock's Meat Market con- '"IVYPO.da n.. r
tinued Its winning streak Mon- !6A.IfIIlLth

1973, THERE WILL BE ]m(][]l .*,

SPECIALS From AlignmentsTo Naroid's

Sets Of New TiresA ,







Any Passenger Car TRIP BE SPOILED

For 85.95; With \t.f.mr. .

BY WORN TIRES About This Question ... _.__....... j ii'
Purchase Of 4 -... I.Pr11 -
"last fall, my power saws
Radial Tires THAT COULD BE were stolen from the building .

site planking fell from M oo.1UIIIyollonan'tw..y once.n.hretllne' "....._h...,.nrenonwr. ..IKaly, ,""'. bunon.A.....hn.lyr..1, P":'_dr..k". ....lfbof_ .
our truck, causing a passing T.....""" ........ "'-.oor..OO.)1/I''I0'.Y, / ''' You........._ytyr >.. tiI".
DANGEROUS ptIo'lnPhoofy
NOW THRU MAY TO car to crash a sub W."'leashenewp"Lud570Landcmnu." .......... "....Y. hnllunemmrhd by"y"","xgaeT III '
contractor took his money ............................. rWie .. W......"",_.......,..SX.70.emna .
30 1973 YOU AND YOUR but left me with his bills. 01_*uhfathe" "p..'.''twllwrtN.JwfamrdpteutleJtxta' .rtllllJly.vetyl/un' roo you Now", you.', aPleneauxaywrrunrpou.b. .x Ymrdtatek"" .. OnIrr, 10.-14.Wt7lhehppyp rehmrd.,' .
Does the Charley E. Johns
Agency hare complete insurance -
Rotate & Balance FAMILY. to protect a building
4. Tires & Align

Any Passenger Charley E. :


Walnut St GIFT SHOP .
131 So. ::
STARKE. FLORIDA 32O91 10* W. Call St. ,Starke 964-7271


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26, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pag. 11

Tiger Nine .. '. 47 Report For Spring Grid Drill I I

.. ...,'" ."..'l ...

"'.! '.w;< 47 Bradford High grldderswere Several boys that are out and, according to Hurse,Mike Coach Hurse.
out for the first day of for track are excused from Gaskins, last year's junior Junior varsity practice will
Lands L. spring practice Tuesday. Only football practice and so far varsity quarterback, will begin next Tuesday and they
Spot. \\I seven seniors returning from only one player is out because back Green up Oils spring will practice three times a
JiiI. last year off the varsity team. of injuries. week for at least three weeks
!, "I hope that everybody is for a total of 10 days of
"We have good size, and Charlie Green, coming back out now will stay out so that practice 16 eighth graderswill
In ., \ ., ," have good potential. However from a knee injury last year, we can play everybody as be out for junior varsity
DistrictUnion we need lot of Individual
"! a Is practice.
working at
-.L..."":. .."Y..'...., "Y work. How much pride and how quarterback. as possible, says
much they develop In spring

tiign baseballers 0-0 until the sixth inning when will determine the kind of team Softball Lead
landed a berth In District play] Lake Butler scored tour runs --I't we will have next year," says Early

offs walking away with one and the Daytona team scored ...... '--- Coach David Hurse. I
loss and one win Thursdayand two. All scoring was done In "We scrimmaged for about
Friday in sub-district the sixth inning. 30 minutes and I was pleased To BaldwinRonnie
playoffs, the victory over Daytona Johnny Woodley was the winning with the spirit and determination Belongs
Lopez 4-2 and the loss pitcher for Union, which ," says Coach Hurse.
to The Baldwin Tigers 4-3. travel to the made his personal record 7- f Two otnextseason's seniors First Baptist Church hunga run, a homer by Ken Carlton Griggs with three hits
0. Woodley only five .
P. K. Yonge field In Gainesville hits and struck gave out up eight bat- j a who were starters of the squad 15-13 beating on defending while they scored three and Eddie Douglas with one
to play: In District Com t last year are Steve Registerat champion Cunningham Gulf for themselves to end the home run and a single. Danny
petition and first face Inter- ters.In j' defensive tackle and offensive and by virtue of that game scoring and the game with a McKInney and Wilbur Watersled
lachen at 4:30 this afternoon the sixth inning UC col- center and Terry Hayesat Baldwin Chevrolet edged Into big 15-13 win. the Baptists with two hits
lected two hits for four
(Thursday, April 26)). but gave up four walks,runs one Donnl Thomas peas over the bar three times In conference defensive and offensive end first place In the City Recreation each.Cunningham Gulf edged
Lopez kept a tight game hit bases but didn't In the finals Sat. positions. Department's Men's Steve Thomas, Wilbur Wa-
two errors and two competition place Slow Pitch Softball Leaguenow Baldwin's Chevrolet 15-14
ters and Donnie
on balls. In Palatka.McKay. Other seniors returning Bagwell were Monday night.Late In the
urday In Its second week of game
the bats for First
big Baptist
The with from last year are Chuck
Tigers stayed right Larry Mercer hit a home run
Baldwin sixth Norton, Donald Lopor Char- play. with three hits each.Ken Carl-
301DRIVEIN until the Inning in the seventh inning to close
when Baldwin got a two point les Crawford, Tim Crews, and Baldwin won two games, ton paced Cunningham going out Baldwin's scoring for the
lead that UC was unable to LeadingKH Ronnie Hall also returning, beating Hampton 21-0 and 5-for-5, with two home runs, game while Cunningham came
catch. but as a junior will be Donnie shutting out First Baptist 5- i double and two singles. with four
up big runs, one a
Sewell who at the end 0 while 15-14 Claude Hardee. Billy Jo San-
Baldwin drew first blood played losing squeaker home run by Claude Hardee,
with one run In the first Inn- Little of the season last year. to Cunningham to make Its ford, and Wayne Harper each to win the game 15-14.
Ing. UC followed with LeagueMcKay record 3-1 through Monday, added three hits in a losing
up another 25 players are up from lastyear's First Baptist lost another
Show run In the second. In junior varsity team, tops in the league.Cunningham cause. game Monday night to Law-
Begins At SundownFri. Baldwin's Chevrolet defeated -
the third inning Baldwin Reality whipped Key- Shell. In addition to losing to and two boys are out that have Gulf had to workto Hampton in the second tey Skating Rink 16-10, but
crossed the plate again! justto stone Jewelry 11-1 and edged McKay, Guaranty lost to Bank just moved to Starke. beat Baldwin but did get of men's play Tuesday the Baptist kept the hitting
., Sat., Apr. 27, 28 be followed in the fourth Guaranty Federal 9-8 in Keystone 4-2. that win, but the loss to First night game as Baldwin outhitHampton close to 1312.SCFLEDULE.
Lake Butler
by to which Little
a run League play to
Baptist last Tuesday, April
tied the game up 2-2 going surge to the top of the league Other games last week 8 Sentenced 17, gave the defending cham- 15-4 for the victory. Thursday, April 26Hamp

"Last House On The Lef into the fifth inning. with a 4-1 mark.VVatson's Homestead over Air Eng- pions a 1-1 mark for the week's Hampton, with no wins this ton vs Cunningham Gulf, 7
Then In the sixth Inning grocery scored ineers 16-4, and Air Engin- Monday In play and left them 2-1 for year, lost again Thursday p.m.; Baldwin Chevrolet vs
Baldwin made two runs and only one run against Keystone eers over Keystone Bank 10-0. the season and In second place. night as Lawtey Skating Rink Lawtey, 9:30 p.m.
PLUS In the seventh Union Countywas Jewelry butts was good enoughto Circuit CourtAn rolled 12-2 with 12 hits com- MondayBaldwin vs Hampton
The Rink show-
able to salvage only one League Standings: McKay Skating team
win as Watson shut them pared to Hampton's 2, the 8:15;FlrstBaptistvs Bald-
point which made them los- 4-1 Watson 3-1 Air Engineers ed that boys from Lawtey still
; ; 7 .
out 1-0 Watson's same as the win pm.Tuesday
took over additional term of from score.
"Mark\ Of The Devil" ers 4-3. 2-2; Guaranty Federal 2-2 know how to play softball as 1 1-
sole posseslon of second place ; six months to five years was Also Thursday night Bald- May First Bap-
John Ross went 2-for-4 to with a 3-1 record. Ray's Shell 2-2; Keystone handed a 23-year-old they breezed by Hampton 12- win downed First Baptist 5- tist vs Baldwin Chevrolet 7p.m.
lead the Tigers in hitting with Jewelers 2-3 Keystone Bank prison 2 and gave First Baptist
; 0 in close hitting .; Lawtey vs Hampton 9:30
Sun. Mon. Inmate, Malachi Timmons,Jr. a game.
help from Bill Smith who hita Guaranty Federal, previous 2-4j; and Homestead Rest- by Circuit Judge George L. Church a 16-10 beating, going Top hitters for Baldwin were P.m.
2-0 for the week afteran
double. week's leader lost both of its arant 1-3.
April 29, 30METROCOLOR Patten on a charge of manslaughter opening loss to Baldwin
Woodley marred his
games last week to lower its
fect record In this game coming record to 2-2 and dropped into Monday. last week, giving the Law- WE ALSO SELL
Timmons had original
out the losing pitcher making three KH Runners an tey team a 2-1 mark and a
way tie for third place
charge of first
degree mur-
his record 7-1. with Air Engineers and Ray'sI second place tie with Cun- THE BIG ONES
der against him for the mur- ningham Gulf.
Lose Dual Go
r der of another Inmate, Lester First Baptist, winner of the 1972 Ford Econoline Sup.r 1971 Pontloe Lemons Sport

To Hawthorne Leroy Riddle. Timmons pre-season tournament had Von V8 Engine Automatic Tran-
I I allegedly stabbed Riddle one Its big win over Cunningham VS Engine 3 Speed Trans mission Air Condition, Radio
YOUR t Keystone High's track team morning at the tobacco fac- Gulf blunted by the lossesto mission Radio &: Heater.. &: Heater.
tory, In the east unit of the
managed only six first places Baldwin 5-0, and Law- $2,595 $2.495
lout of 16 events Tuesday in a prison, with a sharp instru- tey 16-10 for a 1-2 season
.' / CHOICE 74-58 dual meet loss to Hawthorne ment fashioned from a handle mark. Hampton absorbed two 1970 Toyota Corona 972 VW (Carman Ohio Coyne
approximately 14 Inches in 4 Dr. Sedan
more losses, going down 15-
High School. 4 4 Cylinder Engine 4 SpeedTransmission
Cylinder 4
length.On Engine Speed
4 to Baldwin and 12-2 to Law- Air Condition:
Gal Ortho The defeat lowered the In- arraignment, he pled not tey, to remain winless- with Radio Transmission Air Condition Radio & Heater.
dian's record to 6-4 with the guilty by reason of Insanity, an 0-3 record. &: Heater.SI.4'5 :
MQM Suwannee River Conferencemeet but the court appointed psy- Trailing 11-9 going into sixth $2,395
LIQUID PLANT set for Friday, April chiatrists who found him legally Inning against the powerful 1972 Audl 100 L.S. 1971 Chevrolet Yi Ton
27, at Mayo. sane after an examin- Cunningham Gulf team, First 4 Dr. Sedan
PLUS FOOD Junior David Hughes won ation on Nov. 16. Baptist came up with three
In court Monday he pled 4 Cylinder Engine 4 V8 Engine 3 Speed Transmission -
OaTN one-third of the Indian victories big runs to tie the score Speed Transmission,
by placing first In the guilty to manslaughter and 12-12 after the sixth inning Radio &: Heater. Radio & Heater,
a METROCOLOR'ht UWNGREII Re" $ 99 120 yard high hurdles and 330 the first degree murder last Tuesday, April 17. S4, 95 Only 10,000$2,395 Miles.
-yard intermediate hurdles. charge was dropped and the
2/$4.98 Neither team could put a
lighter sentence Imposed. A
Bobby Burner won the discus In the
run across the' plate' MOTOISlac.
For ONLYOrtho : throw, James Hughes took tha ? Pleas "of not guilty were:: 'seventh' pushingthe I hard
Smith heard In court also Mondayby 477? NW 13th SI
pole vault, and Dave fought game Into extra inn-
I I won the 440-yard dash for defendants who are slat- ere. 376 4551
extra Inning
ings. Only one ...
ed to go on trial during the
the only other first place finishers was necessary as First Baptist ,
trial term next Monday,Tues- VIIK"; :' r'l )R rll AUDI
I for the home town thin- and held Cunningham to one
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. LAW TEY .I NEWS rr ABOUT...1 VET NEWSA Found Prison Guilty Inmate Residential Cancer CrusadeSet

new veterans benefit law Of Murder In County This WeekendThis

Terry which became effective In October -
SERVICE MEN I 1972 provides that men A former prison Inmate, every dollar collected on research -
CHURCH SCHEDULES? tey, and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin family dinner on Sunday to whose wives die or become Joey Adams, 37, was found weekend, April 26-28, at the University of

Grace United Methodist of West Palm Beach. welcome their sister, Mrs. v... 100 per cent disabled whilein guilty of second-degree mur- more than 60 Bradford County Florida and other leading
ChurchSunday School, 9:45: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Normanand Nanette Hughes, and children military service will now der after a Jury trial in Union volunteers will participate In medical centers.

a.m. Worship Services,II a.m. family attended the funeral from Iran. have equal rights with the County circuit court last week. the residential Crusade of the Father James Cregan, res-

and 7 p.m. MYF Monday, 7 of their brother-in-law, Mrs. Llnnle Harris,of Max- tI wives and widows of male Judge John J. Crews senten- American Cancer Society.On idential chairman for Starke,

p.m. followed by Choir Prac- James R. Norman, on Mon- ville, visited her sister, Mrs. .. veterans. ced him to 17 years In state Thursday and Friday points out that the primarytask
evenings they will call
tice. day. They spent the week with Harold Eunice, on Wednesday. This new law clears up sev- prison. upon of the Cancer Crusadeis
their sister Mrs. Darlene Wendell Kelly of Belle Glade eral areas of confusion con- Adams, who was released their neighbors with two main educational -- because
Church- and Jimmy of depen- from prison In March goals: to urge them to get be cured If
Highland Baptist Norman. Other guests werea Virginia, Cathy cerning the rights was cancer can often
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.Wor- brother and sister-in-law, Cain of Lake Worth, and Jeff dents and survivors of female charged with the first degree an annual checkup, and to detected and treated early.

ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bennettand Cain, of the University of h veterans, according to W. B. murder of a fellow Inmate, solicit funds for the lifesav- To find cures for kinds of

p.m. Prayer MeetingWednesday family of Seville, who Florida, spent the weekend Mackall, director of Florida Waverly McClinton attheprison ing programs of the Cancer cancer that are still costing

7:30 p.m. followed by spent Friday night with her. with Wendell's parents, Mr. Veterans Affairs.In on Aug. 26, 1972. Society. 350,000 lives a year in the
The Crusaders will
Choir Practice. Mrs. Jerry Wilkison enter- and Mrs. Hermle Kelly. effect, it makes the word In prosecuting the case, the point United States, there must be
out that local services
ed Alachua General Hospital Mrs. Sallie Hogan, Mrs. "wife" Include the husbandof state used testimony by several are more money for researchand
PERSONALS Mrs. veteran and the Inmates who witnesseda available to cancer patientsand Florida
In Gainesville on Sunday for Bettie Hogan and family, a female education. The
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sapp, on Monday. Johnny Jenkins and son, Robert term "widow" include the widower fight between the defendantand their families, and that golden goal this year Is $2-
the Cancer Information Cen-
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sapp Ralph Futch and son, Jeff, of Jacksonville, and Mr. of a female veteran the victim, which resulted 750,000 of which Bradford
and children of Miami Miss of Black Mountain, N. C. and and Mrs. James Anders, and when they apply for veterans in the fatal stabbing of Mc- ter educational in Gainesville also makes avail- County hopes to raise its fair

Glen Ann Sapp of Dallas, Texas Mrs. Joyce Futch, of Bruns- family of Palatka, were din- benefits. Clinton. programs share of about$3,000.
Mrs. Ginger Pope and wick, Ga. spent the weekend ner guests of their parents Mackall outlines the benefits Adams claimed that the able to Bradford County

daughter, of Port Charlotte, with her sister, Miss Eliza- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders about which all veterans, stabbing was in self defense schools and clubs on request.In Adult Hi-racial
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Young, beth Terry. They were dinner on Sunday.Mr. male and female, should advise after he and the victim had schools, the pupils
Glen Young, of Athens,. Ga., guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben- and Mrs. Hermie Kel- their families of: engaged In an argument. may participate In Send a Committee Meets

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Young ton Futch and family of Starke, ly visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul COMPENSATION: If the veteran's Mouse to mice College- programto To Study NeedsThe
and children, of Atlanta, Ga., on Saturday evening. Seaver, in Jacksonville, last. death was service- buy cancer re-
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fort, Friends of Lonnie Testonare Wednesday. connected, the widow/widow- Red Cross Unit search. The American Cancer Bradford Adult Biracial -

of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. happy to learn that he Mrs. A. C. Kirkland and Navy Seaman Apprentice er and minor children may Society spends about 350 of Committee met Tuesday

Walien Sapp and daughter, of was able to return home from Calvin, and her granddaughter Dennis L. Kelly, son of Mr. be eligible for monthly dependency Thanked For night, Apr. 17, and authorized

Jacksonville, and Mr. and Bradford County Hospital, Monica, were Sunday din- and Mrs. Louis Kelly Sr. of and indemnity com- Aiding FINDThe Historical Group revision and re-submlsslon

Mrs. John Sapp and daughter, Starke, on Friday after hav- ner guests of her soninlawand 1541 McCollum St., Starke, pensation payments, based on Elects! OfficersE. of the district's Emergency
of Fort Pierce, spent the week ing spent several weeks there. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. graduated from recruit train- the veteran's active duty pay. School Assistance Act Appli-
Bradford County Chapter
at Mrs. A. C. Pearce's home Mr. and Mrs. II. W.Bennett, Charles Carter, of Starke. Ing at the Naval Training Cen- PENSION: A non-service- American Red Cross,has- L. Matthews was elect- cation according to the Atlanta -
and attended her funeral Darren and Paul McClellanof death entitle
on connected may
Nancy and Joey, Mrs. Hattie ter, here.A received a Certificate of Appreciation ed president of the Bradford office review panel's
Wednesday.Mr. Jesup, Ga., spent a few the survivor to pension pay-
Darley, and Mrs. Daisy Boch 1972 graduate of Bradford at recommendations as follows:
from Arthur S. County Historical Society
and Mrs. Bobby Daugh- days with their grandparents ments if Income does not exceed the
he Is scheduledto changing
and Lynn attended the weddingof County High, held 1Consider
Flemming, chairman of Project the annual meeting
and Mrs. Evie Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellanand limitations.
try family, Income
Miss Darlene Norman, of report to Photographic FIND form many hoursof Thursday, Apr. 19, in the base year (for comparison
Montgomery and daughters, other relatives. Their parents EDUCATION: If the veteran
"A" )
Hampton, and Billy Wise at Intelligenceman School, purposes to 1964-65 Instead
of Adel, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. the Chapel of Camp Bland- Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie San Diego. becomes 100 per cent dis- volunteer services duringthe Starke library. Tolles of196970.;;
Fremont was
recent drive to acquaint Mrs.
Leroy Montgomery and fam- last McClellan, came on Satur- abled or dies from service- 2State the needs in termsof
Ing Friday night. ittttt and
ily of Valdosta, Ga, Mrs. Dot Mr. and Mrs. Malnes Grlffls day and carried them home connected causes, the spouseis eligible persons in this area re-elected secretary, problems resulting from
with the food stamp Mrs. Nate Dyal, 'treasurer.
Reid and family, and Steve and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon. Other Sun- Navy Boiler Technician eligible for educational as- program. racial isolation.W. .
During the drive approxi- A committee was appointedto
Clark, of Brooker, Mrs. J. J. Virgil Grlffls and family, of day guests were Mrs. Maxie Fireman Donald K. Jackson, sistance. citizensin meet with school Superin- L. Kilpatrick, deputy superintendent
mately 18,000 elderly
Samantha, of Jacksonville, Palatka, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Reddish and son, Randall, of son of Mr. and Mrs. DonaldK. HOME LOANS: As long as to discuss of county
the Suwannee Division mail- tendent Jim Temple
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Craw- Mrs. Daisy Boch and Raiford, and Mr. and Mrs. Jackson of Route 1, Starke, the widow/widower of an eli- ed in cards inquiring about matters relating to use schools, was authorized to
ford and daughter, of White- Robert McClellan and son, at A- veteran remains un-
Lynn attended Homecomingat has left his homeport gible for Include the above recommen-
food assistance and hundreds of the old courthouse pur-
house, Mr. and Mrs.Raymond line Jeff, of Starke. extended remarried he/she is eligi- ,
Grove Methodist lameda, Calif., for an dations and re-submit the application -
Cross of county museum.
visited Red a
Wilkerson, of Raiford, Mrs. Church, near New River on Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nor- Western Pacific deployment ble for a GI home loan. were volunteers and assisted with poses All members of the society before the May 2
Marie Roberts of Starke Mr. man and family of Jackson-
Sunday. The Grlffls families aboard the aircraft Complete information about deadline.Mr. .
their applications, or provided who were not present at the
and Mrs. Timothy Wilkerson stopped by for a visit with ville, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick carrier USS Coral Sea. this new law may be obtainedat to send Kilpatrick also reported -
transportation to the food last meeting are urged
and family, and Mrs. OllleGrlffls their mother, Mrs. Nellie Prescott of Highland, Mr. Once In Asian waters, the any office of the Veterans office. their dues for the new yearto that he had sought the assistance -
of Lawtey, gatheredat Wilkinson, in the afternoon. and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott and Coral Sea will operate with Administration, the local stamp Mrs. of Charlie Trussell,
Joe Pentecost chairman of the treasurer, Dyal.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Eu- family of Kingsley Lake, and the U. S. 7th Fleet. Scheduled county service officer, or by Red, Cross Fund program officer out of Atlanta -
the annual
Leon Wilkerson for a family nice and family were dinner Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman port visits include Hong'' writing Mackall at P. O. Box In planning for the revised
that the
dinner honoring their mother, visited their parents, Mr. and Australiaand 1437 St. Petersburg, 33731. drive announces cam- in orderto
guests of their parents, Mr. Kong, Singapore, submission,
paign will begin May 1 with
Mrs. W. S. Lowery, on her Mrs. Leonard Norman, on Night Speed
and Mrs. W. E. Payne, of the Philippines.A several special money-rais carry out the recommen-
76th birthday which was April Livingston on Sunday. The Sunday. 1970 graduate of Brad- May 31, 1974 is a crucial ing events planned for the Limit Lowered dations of a review panel In
15.Ray children enjoyed an Easter Leslie Phillips of Waldo, ford High, he joined the Navyin date for post-Korean veter- month. The local Red Cross the Atlanta office that the
Reddish and son, Michael Egg Hunt In the afternoon. spent Sunday with his mother, March 1971. ans discharged from military Chapter assists In meeting On TurnpikeThe project narrative should reflect -
of Tampa, were Sun- Mrs. O. J. Phillips.
Mrs. Herbert Starling 31 caused
Mr. and service between January problems
needs of the
day overnight guests of his of Ocala, visited their Miss PrIscilla Tanner, of '::9ft: 1955 and June 1, 1966, according emergency and also contributedto ly by racial isolation.
South Flo- munity, State of
mother Mrs. Bryant Reddish. the University of Department
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. to W. B. Mackall, director Members of the committeeare
Army Private Charles E. the work of the national
Michael remained for a longer rida, Tampa, spent the week- Transportation has orderedthe Ca-
David Bright
Jim Rosier, and the H. 11. of Florida's : Rev. ,
Crawford 17 son of Mrs.
visit. end with her parents, Mr. chapter. night speed limit for automobiles -
Brices last Thursday afternoon Veterans Affairs. therine Dean, Robert ,
Betty J. Ratcllffe, Route 1,
Michelle Wilkison the L. S. Tanner. reduced from 70
and Mrs.
That Is the date that GI Jesse Moore, Leo DeSue,Rev.
week with Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy God- Mrs. Edith Swinney was a Starke 11-week, recently welding course completed at the an Bill education benefits expirefor Hard to tell whether a man to .65 miles per hour on the Leroy Davis,Clair Capps, Ann

Merritt, of Jacksonville. win and daughter, Elaine, of Tuesday overnight guest of U. S. Army Ordnance Center those veterans, Mackall mould be more indignant at Sunshine Parkway (Florida Godwin, Pat Farnsworth,
While there she also visited Gainesville, visited their bro her son-in-law and daughter and School, Aberdeen Proving notes. Unless they begin train- discovering that the government Turnpike) effective April 25. Joyce Riherd, Bobby Taylor,
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and ther-in-law and sister, Mr. Mr. and Mrs.C. A. North. Ground Md. ing soon, they could lose partor had a doiiier on him or The speed limit for trucks and George Huggins.ROSEMARY .
Mrs. B. L. Wilkison Jr and also will be reduced from the
and Mrs. Harold Eunice on Mrs. Bernice Thomas of He received Instruction In all of their benefits. disappointed that it didn't.
family.J. present 70 mph to 65 in day-
St. Augustine was a Friday
Sunday afternoon. Benefits for these veterans
C. Prevatt.,Jr. and grand Mrs. Nanette Hughes and overnight guest of Mr. and all phases of oxyacetylene, not authorized until enactment light and 60 at night to con-
and Inert metal weld- were RUMBAUGH
son. Kim Shiver, of Gaines- children, of Iran, returned Mrs. S. L. Swindell and fa- Ing arc used in gas the repair of of the current GI time under the Dependents' form with Interstate highway

ville, were guests of his parents home Saturday after being a- mily. wheeled and tracked vehic- Bill on June 1, 1966 Mackall Educational Assistance program limits. PHOTOGRAPHER
lO Mr. and Mrs. Carl way for 7 months. She spent Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rob- says. Thus, they must com- are now entitled to $220 The speed limit for cars WALDO FLA.
Prevail, Friday afternoon. with her brother- ertson attended Communion les.Pvt. in daytime will remain, at '
the weekend training withlng eight monthly.
Crawford entered the plete PH.: 468-1287
Mrs. Lissie Starling, of Services at Bethlehem Baptist interestedin 70 mph, and the minimum
in-law and sister, Mr. and Army last June. years of release or by May 31, Eligible persons
Jacksonville, attended the funeral Mrs. Jack Kuhne, and fam- Church In Hllllard on The Private attended Brad- 1974, whichever is later. educational benefits, especially speed will stay at 40 on the CUSTOM
of her JamesR. 265-mile toll road which PRINTINGFrom
grandson, Sunday. The deadline does not apply veterans whose ben- runs
Norman, on Monday and ily.Mr.. and Mrs. Reggie Nor- Jerry Teston of Waycross, ford Starke.County High School to veterans interested in efits expire in May, 1974, from Wildwood south to l.Uami. Your Negatives

spent the week with her daugh- man of Chiefland, were Sat- Ga., spent the weekend with flight training, apprenticeshipand should contact either their a
ter, Mrs.Elsie Norman.Other urday overnlghtguests of their his parents, Mr. and Mrs. on-job and farm coop- local County Veteran Service COPYWORKIKFORMAL

guests were her brother- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Earl Teston. 6 To Receive erative training, however. Office, any office of the Vet- There are cookbooks to fit PORTRAITSAND
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. North diet and esoteric taste.
Norman, and their bro- These veterans have until August erans Administration or write every
Mrs. Allan Wainwright of ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and family of Jacksonville, LCCC DegreesSix 31, 1975, or eight years to Mackall at Post Office Box How about a collection of recipes PASSPORTS
Jacksonville, on Friday eve- and Mrs. Bobby Norman and were Saturday overnight after discharge, whichever is 1437, St. Petersburg 33731. for people who are plain

ning.Mr. family. guests of their brotherinlaw later to complete training. hungry?
and Mrs. Edward Ro- Mr. and Mrs. Phil Euniceof and sister, Mr. and Mrs. local students are a- This is because these train- I .
berts and family of Miami, S. L. Swindell. On Sunday mong 105 candidates completing -
Graham visited their parents ing were not avail-
visited their brother and sis- requirements for graduation programs Florida Convention Of
afternoon the children enjoyed Spring
last Friday night. able until October 1967.
April 27 from Lake City
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mob- an Easter Egg Hunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. The Veterans Administration
Wayne Norman, of Kingsley ley of Tampa, Mrs. Charles Glenann Crews spent the Community College.Completing saysmore than two mil- MUSIC

Lake for a week. While here Simmons and children of Atlanta week with her uncle and aunt, ments for Associate require-of Arts lion veterans are expected to BLUE GRASS

they did repairs to her home Ga., Mrs. Nettle Sikes Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clay- train under the GI Bill duringthe AT
and plan to move there when ton, and son in Jacksonville. degrees are:
and son-in-law and daughter StarkeThomas Donald current fiscal year. The
school is out. Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Swi- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Beach, VA feels that recent Increases GRASS SPECIAL
Mr. and Mrs. David Wil- ger and son, of Tampa, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Co Christopher.Raiford- Lee Albert Ans- In training allowances will
kerson announce the birth of
of Jacksonville
and Mrs. Jim Newsom and wan were encourage more persons to
a son, William David, Jr., on Thursday evening dinner ley.Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Holmes K.Clyatt. enter VA training programsand
ButlerConstance .
April 10, In Good Samaritan and Mrs. guests of their parents, Mr.
and family enable many already PARK
Hospital, West Palm Beach. Sharon Carlton and children, and Mrs. J. F. Robertson, Clarence, O. Ford Jr. and, training to continue their pro-
The grandparents are Mr.and gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edith Swinney.Mr. .

Mrs. Leon Wilkerson,of Law- and Mrs. Jack Kuhne for a and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt Robert Samuel Richardson. grams.New rates start at $220 Off Hlfhwiy/ 301 7 Milts Nrth Of Sterile

of Tallahassee, spent monthly for single veterans
Thursday to Sunday with their going to school full-time under LAWTEY, FLORIDA

Double EE Mobile Homes Inc. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie My Neighbors the GI Bill. Those with

4500 Dobbs. one dependent get $261 monthly 2 BIG DAYS APRIL 28TH & 29TH
N.W. 6th Street Gainesville, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Moore .....,. ; those with two dependents; -
Sales & Service and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore .......-'-<, $298, and they receive $18 for

visited their daughter, Mrs. each additional dependent. SATURDAY 28th 2 And 8 P.M. SUNDAY 29th 1:30 P.M.
1 YEAR CONDITIONAL WARRANTYAll Seeb Andrews, who Is a pa- Rates for GI Bill appren-
tient In the hospital in Ocala. .
ticeship and other on-job
Sizes Including Doublewides Another brother-in-law and ''::::; training begin at $160 mon- In Person
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley ';0-;:: thly for single trainees.Those .
Prices t1\_ :!>
CompetitiveCLIFF Thomas and Jay, of Live Oak, -t-. -- with one dependent receive

met them there. ........... / 7 $179 monthly, and those with
RANKIN, Manager Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson two dependents, $196, plus $8
of Jacksonville, vis- ; '; {.'
PHONF. 372-5267 ":>,\ for each additional dependent.
ited Miss Arthurlne Blanchard #*''*; Eligible wives, widows and

on Saturday. "Ha, foiled uguiul" children going to school full-
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Sunday Adults $4.00 Children 6-12 $1.00 Per Day

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April 26, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pag 13


by which name the Issuance 1967.
OF REAL PROPERTY minor children shall there- In re: Estate of AL V. FOX- nesday, May 1, 1973. All interested -
Description of Pronertv
WORTH deceased. By Josephine
after be known. persons are invitedto
Lot 17 of Lakevlew S/11Soc
COMMISSIONERS OF BRAD- DATED at Starke, Bradford 13, T-5-S, R-22-E. of the estateof appear. HUNT vatt, of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. ding of Darlene Norman. Joe
FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA County, Florida, this 23rd day Name in which assessed: creditors FOXWORTH deceased Department of Natural Re- The weather cooperated Joel Smith and family of Jacksonville Kerrigan was a special guest
AL V. -
will sell at public sale the of April 1973.DELILAH Stanley W. Davis. notified sources beautifully with the Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. and gave a good report on the
following described real WASHINGTON All of said property being are hereby By: Randolph Hodges Volunteer Fire Dept. and the Calvin Richard and daughterof happenings of the Senior CIti-
property and to file claimsor
required any Executive
PetitionerRICHARD in the DirectorBy Ladles Auxiliary for the sec- Mrs. Prevatt Mrs.
; situate In Bradford County of Bradford Ocala. zens in the County.
County, Florida, to-wit E. WELTY State of Florida. demands they may : Robert Vernon, Director ond annual Easter Egg Hunt. Smith and Mrs. Richard are The members discussed the
: estate in
That part of the Northwest SHAW AND KOPELOUSOSP. Unless such certificate or the have office against of the circuit Judgeof Division of Interior Resources There was fun for all the daughters of the AdkIns. We Joining of The Congress of

Quarter of Southwest Quar- O. BOX 1086 certificates shall be redeemed Florida children and prizes were a- are happy to report that Mrs. Senior Citizens of Florida,

ter of Southeast Quarter of Starke, Florida 32091 according to law the property in Bradford the courthouse County,at Starke,, 4/19 2t 4/26 warded to Lisa Cubbage, Mark Adklns is much improved and &nd voted to send for a charter -
Attorneys for Petitioner McKinney, Jimmy Joyner Ann to be able to be back for the
Section 14,Township 5 South, described In such certificate Florida within six calendar hopes and newsletter
Range 22 East, described as 4/26 4tp 5/17 or certificates will be months from the date of the Baker, Scott Bruno, Jan in church before long. members. Bingo was enjoyed -
follows: sold to the highest bidder at first publication of this no- NOTICEIn and David Stone.There Mr. and Mrs. W. Fontaine after the business meet-

Commencing on the East the court house door on the tice. Each claim or demand The/ Circuit Court of Florida were two more, but we did entertained their nephew and Ing, and the door prize was

line of Section 14, Town- NOTICEIn first Monday in Month of May, must be in writing and must Eighth Judicial Circuit, not get their names. The delicious wife, Mr. and Mrs. William won by Mrs. Jospehlne Fon-

ship 5 South, Range 22 East, The Circuit Court of Flo- 1973, which is the 7th day of state the place of residenceand In and For Bradford County, cakes and cup cakes Schaub, and their niece, Miss taine. The next meeting will
at a point 32 feet Northerly rida, Eighth Judicial Circuit, May, 1973. address of the Florida. Case No. were all sold out. These were Florence Schaub, all of Long be held May 4. at the Old
from the Southeast cor-- In and For Bradford County Dated this 28th day of March, claimant postoffice and must be swornto IN PROBATEIN donated by the ladles of the Island, N. Y. They have returned School House in Hampton, 7:30:
IN PROBATEIN 1973. RE: Estate of LILLIAN Hampton area. Both the men to their home In in
ner of said Section 14, run RE: The Estate Of JohnD. GILBERT S. BROWNBy by the claimant, his agent, GERTRUDE PHELPS, de and the ladles of the Fire N. Y. Also at the Fontalnes P.m.

thence South" 89 degrees 58 Rogers, deceased Beulah M. Moody or his attorney, or it will ceased. Dept. thank all who helpedto was Mrs. Fontalnes's sis- *
feet 53
West 550.23 feet become void according to law.
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Clerk of the Circuit Courtof NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo make the day a lot of ter and her husband, Mr. and
run thence South 89 SROBERT EARL FOX-
degrees all creditors and fun. It', a jungle out there,'folks.You've / .
43' per- Bradford County, Florida All Creditors and Per- W. Schaub, of Crescent City.
15" West 1,978.77 feet, WORTH, Executor of got to boycott the other
sons having claims demands
run thence North 0 degrees or 4/5 4t 426NOTICE the estate of ALV. FOX- sons Having Claims or Demands he
against said Estate: CHURCH NEWS SENIOR CITIZENS S'jy be/ore/ boycotts you.
16' 45" West 650.0 feet to WORTH deceased Against Said Estate:
You and each of you are You The Ladles Council of The Hampton Senior Citi-
and each of
the point of of you are
hereby notified and required Hampton Christian Church zen Club held Its regular .
OF APPLICATIONFOR hereby notified and
Borrow Pit Number 9 First April 12th requiredto
thence North 89 run to present any claims and TAX DEED 1973. publication on present any claims and will meet at the church Wed- meeting last Friday evening. As fashions in meat consumption
degrees 43'
demands which you, or either 194.16 F.S demands which either nesday evening, May 2, at Several members were absent change will the
15" East 400.00 feet, run Sac. 4/12 4t 5/3 you, or -
thence North 0 degrees 16' of you, may have againstthe NOTICE HEREBY I GIVEN, of you, may have againstthe 7:15: p.m.FRIENDS. due to company over the Eas- cowboy become a horseboy
Estate of John D. Rogers ter weekend and also the wedooDGOooOOoooooo-
estate of LILLIAN GER-
45" West 400.00 feet that B. C. HOLTZENDORF,
thence South 89 degrees 43'IS" deceased, late of Lake County, JR. the holder of the follow- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT TRUDE PHELPS, deceased, AND NEIGHBORS : : IODcaaa- aEl- .-::Ilia- II r aa all aDaQl:
Illinois to the Circuit NOTICEOF Mrs. Lillian
JudgeIn Ingenlath is
West certificates has filed said 'ate of said County, to the
400.00 feet
run ing
and for Bradford County PUBLIC HEARING in the hospital.
Circuit of Bradford ONLY THE VERY RICH
thence South 0 degrees 16' certificates for a tax deed to Judge
Florida in his Notice Is Visitors the home
office In the hereby given pur- at of Mr.
45" East 400.00 feet to the be Issued thereon. The certificate County, Florida, at his office -
Courthouse of said County at of suant to Chapter72-299, Laws In the Court House of and Mrs. J. G. Adkins have
of numbers and
point beginning; Starke Florida within six years of Florida of public hear- been in the
a frequent past week.
said at Starke Florida
ALSO Issuance the of County CAN AFFORD
of land description CHEAP
a parcel for ,
(6) calendar months from the ing to be held by the Depart- within Six (6) calendar Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
and the ,
Borrow Pit the
Drain namesin
lying each property,
time of the first publicationof ment of Natural Resources to Lawson, and Wednesday Mr.
side of and which it assessed months from the time of the
within are
10 feet was
this notice. Each claimor take testimony pertaining to first of this and Mrs. Lester Crews, all AIR CONDITIONINGQuality
of ditch follows no-
center line said :
a as
demand shall be rules and of Starke visitors
In writingand the proposed reg- tice. Each claim demand were with
center line Certificate No. 122. Year of or
follows being describedas shall state the place of ulations of the Departmentof shall be In writing, and shall Mrs. Adklns, who Is recov- Work Doesn't Cost It Pays
: Issuance 1967.Description.
residence and Post Office address Natural Resources gover- state the place of residenceand ering from a recent heart
Beginning on the East line of the Claimant, and of Property: ning water well contractorsin attack. Then Easter Sunday
post office address of the BROWN REFRIGERATIONAIR
of Borrow Pit No. 9 as shall be sworn to by the Clai- Lot 62 on Oak of Crystal Florida. The public hear- claimant and shall be Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Proof -
described above at a point mant his Lake Homesltes. Sec 1, T- In the audi- swornto
agent, his attorney, ing will be held CONDITIONING
100 by the claimant, his agentor
feet North 0
degrees 8-S, R-22-E.
and any such claim or demandnot torium of the Tallahassee
16' 45" Westfrom the South- so filed shall be void. Name In which assessed Lyn Federal Savings and Loan Association his attorney, and any such LILLIAN GERTRUDE WEATHERTON HEAT PUMPS
east corner of said BorrowPit Charles M. Gadd, Jr. Campbell. claim or demand not so filed PHELPS, deceased.
No. 9, run thence North as Ancillary Administrator All of said property being 440 North Monroe shall be void. First publication April 26, "
89 degrees 43' 15" East C.T.A. of the Estate of JohnD. in the County of Bradford, Street, Tallahassee, Florida, /sClaire Phelps Chlapplnl 1973. 226. S. Walnut St. Starke 964.7731

100.00 feet to the end of Rogers, Deceased. State of Florida. beginning at 9:00 A.M., Wed- as Adminlstratrixof estate 4/26 4t 5/17

said ditch center line; 4/26 4t 5/17 Unless such certificate or
ALSO, a parcel of land for certificates shall be redeemed

Borrow Pit Haul Road lying according to law the property;
each side of and within 10 NOTICEIn described in such certificateor

feet of a Haul Road center The Circuit Court, Judi- certificates will be sold IvcryDayLowPricel flyeryDayLowPrice]

line being described as follows cial Circuit of Florida, In to the highest bidder at the
: and for Bradford County. court house door on the first .

Beginning on the West side In Re: Estate of HURDIA Monday, In Month, of May, CENTER CUT Pantry
of Borrow Pit No. 9 as described D. FLUME, Deceased. 1973, which is the 7th day of

above at a point 50 NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo May, 1973. PrideREGULAR GRIND FAIR
feet North 0 degrees 16' all creditors and all Dated this 28th day of March, SIRLOINSTEAKS PERKCOFFEE
45" West from the South- persons having claims or demands 1973.

west corner of said Bor- against said estate. GILBERT S. BROWNBy

row Pit No. 9, run thence You, and each of you, are Beulah M. Moody SUPERMARKETS
South 89 degrees 43' 15" hereby notified and requiredto Clerk of the Circuit Courtof

West 100 feet to the end of present any claims and Bradford County, Florida STARKE'S

said Haul Road center line. demands which you, or either 4/5 4t 426NOTICE -- 320 WALNUT ST.

Containing an aggregate for of you, may have againstthe SVeSAT LO.."Clt 0000 a eye
estate of Hurdla '" A Wit BOMUt BUYf OOOD THRU
D. Flume
Borrow Pit, Haul Road and OF APPLICATIONFOR $159 LB w.o MAY a 1,11 ou."n
drainage ditch of 3.764 a- deceased, to the Judge of the 68 1 XT.ewe

cres, more or less. said Court, County; Courthouse 194.16 TAX ,DEED F.S. .CHOICE I BAG ire ptoin// / accept

The Clerk to the BOARD Bradford County, Florida, Sec. U.S.D.L FOOD STAMPCOUPONS
OF BRADFORD COUN- date of the first publicationof that J. W. HULSEY,the holder -

TY, FLORIDA, GILBERT S. this notice. of the following certifi- CENTER CUT
BROWN, will conduct said sale Each claim or demand must cates has filed said certificates BONELESS FULL CUT | I tnirnr ,

at the front entrance of the be in writing and must state for a tax deed to be 1 m"m I CHUCK utmtin

Bradford County Court House, the place of residence and issued thereon. The certificate ROUND CHUCKROAST urrerr

North Temple Avenue,Starke, 'post-office address of the numbers and years of Issuance ; ;

Bradford County, Florida, at claimant and must be swornto the description of the I I
12:00: Noon on May 7, 1973. by the claimant, his agent, property; and the names In
Said Clerk will sell to the or his attorney, or it will which it was assessed are as STEAKS
highest bidder at said public become void according to law. follows:
sale, for cash, lawful money Each creditor shall deliver Certificate No. 100. Year of I-=
-= __
of the United States, the full sufficient copies of his claim Issuance 1970.Description. ..,. ., I .. ...
amount of the bid price to be to. enable the Court to mall of Property; : "" $1491 79 I """'" -.C

paid to said Clerk on the day one to each personal representative Beg 176', S of NW Cor of ... 8. I U.S.

of said sale, and the Boardof a 5-A trac In SE. Cor of I LB !
County Commissioners of Dated April 23, A. D. 1973 NE1/4 of SE1/4, S 180', E

Bradford County,Florida,will Clara F. ColsonAs 123.6', N 180', W 123.6'; EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrkeFYNE EvcryDayLowPrke
furnish to the successful bid- Executrix of the Last to POB Sec. 34, T-6-S, R- EvcryDayLowPrkcBONELESS

der a good and sufficient War- Will and Testament of,Hur- 22-E. CHUCK SLICED 1/4 LEAN MEATY TASTE SLICED

ranty Deed conveying to him dla D. Flume Deceased. Name in which assessed: POTROAST PORK LOINCHOPS FRESH PORK SLICEDBACON AMERICAN
title to the hereinabove described First publication on April 26, Willis Gunter.
lands on the date of 1973. All of said property beingin BUTTS CHEESE

said sale. George L. Patten the County of Bradford

Said Clerk will not accept Circuit Judge State of Florida. 18
4/26 ** 5/17 Unless such certificate or
any bids for the hereinabove I ttNt1
described real property in certificates shall be redeemed

an amount less thanl,000.00. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR according to law the property; I

No abstract, title Insurance, TAX DEED described in such certificate TETLEY rrrlrllr

or survey will be furnishedby Sec. 194.16, F.S. or certificates will be sold PUNCH I 1 RiceARoniLAUNDRY
to the highest bidder at the
COMMISSIONERS OF BRAD- court house door on the first 1 Fried 6.2J oz.
that T. J. ALDERMAN Estate Monday in Month of May,1973, j i
the holder of the following which is the 7th day of May, ; W/B..f.8oz.
certificates has filed said certificates W/UMON AND IUO" MIX
COMMISSIONERS OF BRAD- for a tax deed to 1973. DETERGENT W/CMck.n 8 oz.
Dated this 28th day of March
be Issued thereon. The certificate I inn ur ]
will not pay for any record- numbers and yearsof 1973.GILBERT S. BROWN 1 (iiftiitii} Spanish 7.5 oz.

Ing expenses or documentary Issuance, the descriptionof 1 I Your Choice
Clerk of Circuit Court of C ;
stamps connected with the recording 84OZ Bonus 79
the properly; and the namesIn Bradford, County, FloridaBy 99 24oz
of said Deed.
which it was assessed are Beulah M. Moody 3 for $1.00
Buys ;
Dated at Starke, Bradford as follows: 4/5 4t 4/26 BOX ; JAR
County, Florida, this 23rd day Certificate No. 110. Year of e

of April, 1973.BOARD Issuance 1970.Description.
OF COUNTY COM- of Property; : NOTICEIn EvcryDayLowPrkeSWIIT BonusBuy EvcryDayLowPrkeWCIT BonusBuy Ever Da LowPricc

The Circuit Court of Florida
COUNTY, FLORIDABy 4 S/D of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 MELLOW Hard Ripe JUICT VHCSH Keystone

: /GILBERT SBROWN Being 87 ft E & W By 138 In and. Eighth For Bradford Judicial Circuit County., Golden RipeBANANAS SALADTOMATOES FLORIDAORANGES FLORIDA APPLE JUICE

CLERK ft N&S. Sec 20, R-7-S, R-
Case NumberIN ---

4/26 2t 5/3 Name In which assessed re: Estate PROBATEIn of AL, V. FOX- 24 oz. Jar

NOTICEIn Leroy of Aycox.All said. property beingIn WORTH NOTICE, deceased OF PROBATETO : : 47* !? 69< 29t

The Circuit Court of the the County: of Bradford .
Eighth Judicial Circuit Flo- State of :
rida In and For Bradford Unless such certificate or ; BORDENS
County. Case tIN certificates shall be CREMORA
redeemed -
Your are hereby notified SALAD iitnitnl 1 1
RE: Change of Nameof according to law the CREAM
that written Instrument
Children RO- pur-
Minor :
the described in such
properly; porting to be the last will
SELVA MAE WASHINGTONand certificate or certificates: will !
EDWARD JOHNSON JUNIOR be sold to the highest bidderat and testament of said dece- DRESSINGS ; rtmnirtufnjaij PIES yAPIE CREAMER;
dent has been admitted to
WASHINGTON.NOTICE the court house door on CHUNKY CHEESE. AND \'
in this Court. You YNECANAND
OF INTENTION TO the first Monday in Monthof RED WINK I '
APPLY FOR CHANGEOF May 1973, which Is the are hereby commanded with- FROZEN

NAME 7th day of May, 1973. in the six date calendar of the months first publication from- 14oz 4/$1 ; 220 mn'n 79c
WASHINGTON: 1973.Dated this 27th day of March of this notice to appear oZ 31 JAR '..' '

NOTICE Is given that the GILBERT S. BROWNBy in this Court and show BTLS PKG. ;

undersigned Petitioner, DELILAH Beulah M. Moody cause If any you can, why
the action of this Court In
WASHINGTON; whose Clark of Circuit Court of
: EveryDayLowPricelit3
residence address Is P. O. Bradford* County- Florida admitting said will to probate EvcryDayLowPrke BonusBuy BonusBuyBUTTERLOAF
Bradford should not stand unre- ft H rd rt Flake
Box 95, Lawtey, Horn
4t 4/26 TOTEM
County Florida, Intends to voked.GEORGE '

CIrcuit County, Florida
the Eighth Judicial TAX DEED
In and for Bradford County; Sec. 194.16, FA Bv; Dolores C. Dampier / '

at his Chambers the Brad- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN % 2/25<
ford County Court House, at that B. C. HOLTZENDORF, Deputy Clerk
3:00 P.M. on May 29, 1973 JR. the holder of the follow- First publication on April

or as soon thereafter as Petitioner ing certificates has filed said 12 4/12 1973.4t 5/3

may be heard for certificates for a tax deedto hartD 1/A/ la MrU Ylasr/rk. -.. rwe. 1& -"''''- owRla twrTOErI- oprla" Mr10ark
an Order changing Petition- be Issued thereon. The B IU --Pram* CALM -a_ Q.TIPS
er's minor children' names certificate numbers and NOTICEIn .,1 iNHIP! MEAT
years CALO ": '::''=::'.-' BABY COTTON
'from ROSELVA MAE WASHINGTON of Issuance, the description The Circuit Court of Florida Deviled Crab Cat !!funk!! sp i ANT SHAMPOO
Food ..
and EDWARD JOHN- of the property; and the namesin Eighth Judicial Circuit, TOPPING ,.. ,.

SON EDWINA JUNIOR DEMISE WASHINGTONto JOHNSON which follows it: was assessed areas Case In and NumberIN For Bradford--------County.- 5p:pl.n.03tlZ9 == 3ft1 MO 38co =: 59c. ra 1.29 :l.79c

and EDWARD JOHNSON, Certificate No. 130.. ,Year- of PROBATE --



Page 14 TELEGRAPH April 26, 1973

SAVE Wiry .
B&x4: FavO'li/e ,


t HEREIS 1DEp S.S.pEpPtE F uR FOR 8/zeak6a4l.


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tiF BEEF PED I m sloe EC 1 s a
Quantity Rights M.. o1Mrva.m SOp a.9.Posl.a ono lo,1 h.N.h ( )

Reserved aMe'e pd.pPp. _ _ _ _
PAstor .
IpUli 'VW. Chuck Roast $118 1
Chuck Roast LB.98e .
COCKTAIL CANS Gr. Beef 3 ::;. $259 Calif.20c Roast.: $])09

Limit 5 with $7.50 or m r purchase.xcluding cigarettes (Cut & Wrapped Free) ((16.20 Lb. Avg) WHOLE NEW YORK W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS STEAKSStrip
Steaks $-49 Delmonicos $239

Tissue 4 $1 .

THRIFTY MAIDTomatoes SUPER.RAND Patties 5 pL:, $399 Beef Briskets LB. $129] i
51ETTY $1 5 11

2 $1 I R
I /
Drinks I
4 $1 Juice 3 t

Ham Patties 2-, : $139 Steaks 5 LBS OVER OR $499 i

a.. .
Bologna . 69 Cheese 3 Ao1,. $1 1 i00 I



t L 69s ROUND 48 UNDER I


Limit 1 coffee of choice with $7.50or more
purchase excluding cigarette 1 .._ .

F / t

ASTOR DELICIOUS 26eCOFFEE 69 d- (u ..cffolce._) CUT LB
l-LB. E
CAN _i _ _' _


Juice . 3 46-01.CANS $100| Softener GAL BTL. 9ge YELLOW FRESH FLORIDA ,


Spinach 4 CANS $100| Plates '130 PKG CT 88'
Beef CAN79c Charcoal
Gr. Limas 4 16 01.CANS. $100| 3 I 160 CT. $100

THRIfTY MAID MIXED CARNATIONVegetables Tomatoes .. 33C Potatoes 5 69FRESH )
16 o> 13o $
4 $100| Skim Milk .1 i
CANS CANS FLORIDA WHITE er PINK GRAPEFRUIT 5 Ih lag o> SAVE 30c SARA IEE O.uble Cho< Choc o. wltuOranges
Layer > <
16 oi.CANS ILB
Applesauce 5 $100] 3 $1

1601. 20'0.. $1QO -
Pears . 3 CANS 88C59C 4 LOAVES | JUMiO STALKS MORTON SpaghrM, A Meat Bvunt Ft'inkt
I % Macaroni & Ch v* or Maearon. & ftrrf
SAVE 4c BLUE BAY PINK SAVE lie DIXIE DARLING Brown N' Serve S..d.d dullerlOoi f
7V',o,. Celery . 2 S M JV ninnarc 9SAVE4o
Salmon . CAN Rolls . 2 PKGS 49C ,< J ,.,. sobu,, ,,. .... va, L _
P rmo0 n leel Sleer Ch.cken FOl DELUXE SAUSAGE O* CHEESE

Dinners I 2 99C Pizza ':. 6(


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Bags ee Facial Tissue CoffeeGOOD e PuddingsGOOD Smoked Ham
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I p.m. preceding Thursday I cow FOR, SAlEHolstein can take care nurse of 4 elllsi a THOMAS REALTY
before publication. Plumbing & Electrical Service
For Plumbing KIRBY CO. Of Starke
. calves. Pete Smith Lawtey. AUTOMOBILES MILLER iriwaYOLLSWAGEN Repairs and Installations 964.5701 Nit.. 468-1753


SALEBaby Calves & 24 Hour Service HIUILIS 3 BR Block, Corner Lot INC.)
Minimum Charge $1.75 goats. Northern livestock. %4-8220 If No Answer $8,800
(Covers 15 words) Waldo Road, Gainesville.378- FOR SALE1967 Bonneville Call 431-1000 or 431-1200 PLUMBING CO. KIRBY
Each word over .15, 8 power, A/C etc. $650. Jim
All Classified Ads must be Chasteen 431-1824. 2tp 5/3 s-w New
N.w & Used
LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering 3 BR Block Vacuum
paid for in advance unless RepairsPhone 11/2 Bath
you have established account 6 x 9 $3.19.9!}: x 12, $5.98; Soles S.r.lceWI Plumber'sHelpers $17,000
with The Telegraph, in that 12'x fc::, $11.50 12 xl5 only FOR SALE-1962 Olds, 1966 473-2154 CleanersSales
event SOS! extra charge for $14.91. Many patterns and co- Ford reasonable. Call 964- Lake Geneva, Fla.
billing. Not responsible for lors. Dahmer's Discount. tf 8713 after 5 p.m. Itp 1 Mi. North of the Mall (Local Call From Starke) 3 BR 2 Bath Carpets,
errors fonen given over the GAINESVILLE Drapes, Corner Lot. and Service

phone or when copy' is not typed LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf Mln. 2 Yrs. Experience Nice. $19,700E
and brought to the office
& 234N.: Temple Ave.
Country Club ready for ,
building on or for investment. WANTED TO RENT INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR No Other Need Apply Your Call St.Nice Home, Cent.
Lots area approximately 1/2 Heat/Air. Ref., Stove
Phone 964-7596
2 Br Home SELLING? Real Estate
-ClY For ClassifiedAds acre and larger. Paved roads $22,500
only 3 minutes from town. Call Herman Breeden ShockleyPlumbing
In Advance Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 At Cadillac Uniform CONTACT BrokerBUY' After 6 P.M. 964-5359
3 BR 2 Bath Cent Heat/Air
Increased costs have made p.m. tfchg j
964.5090 Inc. SELL TRADE -
It necessary for this newspaper GEORGE ROBERTS Den. Florida Room,

to clarify Its' present FOR SALERegistered Angus REAL ESTATE APPRAISALSCall $23,200
rules and adopt new ones for bulls 1 and 2 year old. Phone
the publication of classified -a 4-B114. .1. B. White. tfchg WANTEDReal diaries Zlpperer 515 S.E. 11th PlaceGainesville Bill Powell 3 BR 2 Bath Brick Cen- Job OpportunitiesFor
advertisements In Its col
tral Heat/ St A-
Associate 964-6464 Air. ov e,

umns.All advertisements of this HOUSE WATSON'S OF VACUUMS Estate PHONE %1.7825 1 1. $28,500 For Waitress
nature must be paid In advance 24 Hrs. A
Maids And Front Desk
unless an established Many brands of new vacuums SalesmanFull 421 W. MADISON ST. 904-378-2323 2 Other Beautiful HomesIn
$39.00 Used machines
monthly account Is main up.
Tim Nice Section $40,000
from $10.
Expert Repairsall
tained with this newspaper.
Mailing and bookkeeping makes. Parts and Acces- Good Deal For INSURANCEAT Class
costs have advanced makingit sories for all vacuums. BuiltIn Right Person"Confidential" ELECTROLUXSALES REDUCED RATES -,,tf if chg mlIIIII
necessary to make this Central vacumn cleaf: !:\ ,..n _
adjUHtment. systems. 712 N.Main, Gainesville Horn)* r I
It In much preferred that 376-7110 Write B c/o Bradford County Clean Shag CarpetBetter DOYLE E. CONNER SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES
classified advertising be TelegraphGive INSURANCE AGENCY 1
placed In person, rather than Phone & Time To Call Than Any Other tch,. Expondo Room & Add
by telephone so as to avoid Vacuum Cleaner On Rooms AND USED
errors. T P t FOR RENT 1 Life Time ,, oooooQooooooooooCARL Fro Delivery and St Up SALES

Service Guarantee i PARTS
Is something
Gulf Service SERVICE
17 NORTH -
FOR KENT- bedroom trailer -
MISCELLANEOUS water furnished. Rd. 100 missing? Gainesville 372-7811 : GREEN COVE 5/73 Doop and Shallow Wells

W. Phone 964-8797. ltp Starke 964.8221 : Tol. 28450012647311 GOOD PAY
Plumbing Supplies

LAWN Mowing service, largeor FOR RENT12', wide Mobile -S SAVE1 i EXPERT SERVICEON Vacations
0. C. C. .NarMry
small. Contact Steve Tho- homes outside city limits. J. ,
mas 964-7415 tfchg B. White. Ph. 964-6114. If FRED DAVIS PARTSFor Thousand of Plants ALL MAKES Paid Holidays
'no answer, 964-6219. tfchg Fruit Troos, Shad Trees, PHONE 9647061DURRANCE Group Insurance
BUICK PONTIAC Evergreens, Camellias I ,
ROOFING, specializing In repairs GMC TRUCKS :I Most Makes Cf Cars Asaleas. Roses Profit Sharing
and reroofing: All repairs Most In Cant Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
24 Hr Wrecker Service UniformsAnd

Aluminum gutter, white year.ena- r HELP WANTEDHELP 1 SAVE YOU A LOT : Hwy. 391 N. Waldo 23 MI. S.E. Of Stark., Many Others
SEAL FOR MOBIL 5/73 I Hwy. 100Florohom. Moved 5 Blacks North
I1OMECOOL .) 3/4 mile N, GREEN COVE SPRINGS I II Phono 468.1998RAY'S 659.2165 864 N. Tempi Av. I Apply In Person At
301. Rogers Upholstery 964- I
8350. 4tp 4/26 WANTED Olin Mobile for HOLIDAY INN

Homes Sales. Appear in There you and is plenty your family missing with- United Farm ..................................................................................................................................................................................,.,.,.:.,.....:.,.nn,.:<< LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast person. tfchg. out a Carrier central air Agency, Inc. ELECTRIC r. OF

with X-ll Diet Plan 300. conditioning system. See Real Estate Broker II! NOTICE I
HELP.WANTED-Experienced us today during our fabu- Reg. B.tw.en 8 A.M. 5 P.M.
REDUCE Excess Fluids with electricians lous pre-season pricebreaker Residential
electricians and Paul & Irene Faulkner
X-Pel $3.00.Money Back Gua- sale! Commercial >
rantee at Koch JJrji,,,' BlB.WE : ..'.,helpers. Apply Keystone Bell_Electric Heights. -"-"=' Associates Industrial r 1 R.O. Simmons Equipment i; MARTIN CAMPERSU.S.

6/21 Ph.473fJ602.. tfchg 206 S. Water Street 90 West Lake City
1 Has Moved To Starke
'" Innntam ,,r Starke, Fla. 964.5065 Licensed & Bonded Phon. 752-3723
diamond needles
For Best Selection Of
for make model
any or SubContractorThe IICIIII'"' RUY REAL ESTATE? Fro Estimate s
stereo All Your
player.Dahmer's world's largest on-your- i Call Us For Best Prices i1 Poultry TRAVEL TRAILERS
Discount House. tfchg lot builder needs framing subcontractor Ph. 4733681No MINI-HOMES
plenty of work in Prospects Waiting ttcho. Needs 11
HOUSE Painting, contract or all areas. Must have crew, Sawyer-Slade Gas tar 11. Equipment TRUCK CAMPERSAND
hourly basis. Call 964-5559 tools and transportation.Con 332 W. Madison Job Too Small TOPPERSFull
after 5 p.m. 4tp 5/3 tact Bill Gregory, 6227 Phillips Starke, Fla. .1# HOURS Line Of Parts And
Jacksonville. Call FOR RENT
Hwy., I
SINGER SEWING MACHINESat collect 9047333250. 964.7701 :: MON FRI. 8 to 5 :::: Service TP
the only Singer dealershipIn 4/26 Store Or Office Bldg.
5tchg G 317 E. Starke Fla. ti:f:
Bradford County area. Sin- 24' x 36 sEwMACHINE :: Arownlee St. :.

ger Zig-Zag machines startat : '':: PLANNING A TRIP?
Located In Lake Geneva PHONE 9049646819X ':
only $67.00. .We serviceall :: 4TP/29 :
makes sewing machinesand WANTED Hwy 100 :::;::::,:,:,:,:,:,:.:,:.:.:,:,:,:,:, :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::,:,:,:::::::::,:::,:.:.:::.:::::::::::,:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::..:; LET US HELP!
Vacuum cleaners. 138 E. t JWANTEDJeep Sales and Service
Call 473-4572 Or Cason'sGroc. Will
Call, Starke. 3tchg 4/26 ELNA We Finance Your Trip

BULLDOZING & Wheel Trac-' ,
tor work by the hour or job. Jeep pick up truck Wagoneer, also small or Sales Part Service WHITE HWY. 100 W. PH. 964.5606 ;i; l.r t & ... EXOTIC The CRUISESTo

Goetzman Brothers garage tractor. Herb Thomas, P. 0. New and Used Lots $49.50 up See Our NewSelection !. J\\ (
Keystone Heights, Fla. Ph. CARRIBEANSAlso
Box 69 or Ph. 964-6287. Itp -
473-3104 or 473-3183. 4tp USED IMPORT CARS Of Doublewides. Airline Ticketsand
ForMobile( Parts & Repairs on

5/3 BUYING U. S. Silver coins HAIFIED AUTO HomesOr all other make machines We Also Have New And Used Household lours

any condition, 25%over face, IMPORTS, INC. Furnishings For Sale. Loans To $600

EARL'S land 1 clearing, dozer old coins & coin collections 509 E. Univ.rsityGainavill.372.4373 Houses. R Til Dark. Mon Sat Noon Dark On Sunday. 4/73 Call 964-7449
work & fill dirt. Free esti- wanted. Paying market price. NATIONAL TOWN FINANCE CO.
mates. Kingsley Lake Ph.533- Phone for appointment. J. R. TI $95. Down P.O. Box 226 N. Temple
2147. 8tp 531TYPEWRITERS Bulllngton 964-7271 or 964- 611 W. Univ. Ave.

ADDING Ma- Central Machine 964.8331 Gainesville, Fla.
chines & Cash Registers And Tool Products Complete Building Service
cleanedrepaired.. STARKE 378.1355 Phone 964-5270 219 E. Washington St. CLEAN RUGSWITH
20 ACRES, $4,975t! Starke, Fla.

SHEET ROCK hanging & Fin- R.t..54 Hour Week $4.59
Insurance. WANTED "The No Wax Floor"
ishing. Ceilings, crowfooted HoipltalUatlon
or swirled, stucco & plaster has two mortgage four bedroom company 2- Clean Precision Air Condition Hunting, fishing area. $60 Comoletelv Installed. Compare At $6.50 Per Sq. Yd.

patching. Simulated brick or ShanCENTRAL down, $60 monthly. Service Man
bath homes for sale on 1/2 Experience
stone finish on old or new BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTURED
wooded Low downpayment. MACHINE
buildings. Ph. 7823896or acre Call lots.and see how Owner, STEED For Mobil. Home Set Up HI. LOW NYLON
782-3578. 4tchg 5/10 It is to of these & TOOL PRODUCTS 911 West 10th Have STILL ONLY
easy own one & Delivery. Must Many Colon To Choose From $A.07
homes. Call collect Ocala 622- Gainesville, Fla. Amarillo, Texas 79101 W
Exceed F.H.A. Speclflc.tlonoCompletely
WANTEDUsed furniture,refrigerators 806-376-8690 Chauffer Licenses 8.Experience
washers.Dah- 8118. tfchg Ph. 376-2333 Installed Over Rubber Padding Per Sq. Yd.
Up In Retail
mer's Discount House tfchg $
FOR SALENice 3 bedroom, SHAG
Mobil. Home Business.
1 1/2 bath brick home. United The Carpet With The Now Loold!
Farm Agency Inc. Paul &. JIMMY MOORE'S Mustang Apply Many 100" continuous Color To Choose"". Nylon From
Irene Faulkner Assoc. Reg. $7.95
Completely; Installed Over Rubber Padding; Per Sq. Yd.
r FOR SALE 1 Real Estate Brokers. Itchg MORE S..Sp BOAT ts FOR MOBILE HOMES, IMC. Mustang


1 FOR mule SALEFeeder& equipment. pigs 782- HOUSES FOR RENT Starke Ph. 9645791Outboard ) This Week. Come In And 1650. N. Temple Special One Week Only On aE .
3715. 2tp 4/26 Compl.t. & Stern
See Them Open Until Dark.
Drive Service and Repair. DOUBLE KNIT MATERIAL
FILL DIRT-Beach sand, clay
Complete'; Fiberglass Repair roe ,
& fill. Dump truck service FOR RENT- summer cottages 1650 N. Temple Ave.
Custom built $4.99 Now $3.99HWY u
& tractor work. Keystone A/C. Kingsley Lake. 964.7212 Stark. Fla. LONG CHAMP E]
week. Call 533-2366 after Fishing Boots.Bill's $2.99
Heights. Hank riming 473- Open 9-7 1-6 Sun.Refinishing. ; $3.99 NOW Store Hour
4/26 six. tfchg 100 East
4761. 4tp Home and Building .. 7 Day A Week
Of SturkeM.rr.ll' And Chr'.t'ne D. I
Maters' als
FOR SALEBeautiful red .-
pigs. Ph. 9648871. Itp r--------------- I WE BUILD ci :

PIANO IN STORAGE I C.B. Radio & Equipment u "Your Plans Or Ours" ; IIIPP e TRACTOR CO.

Beautiful spinet-console stor- I 321 N.' Temple Ave. Stark., Fla. I. All Types 01t1Phohtery Your Lot Or Ours. Telephon.372-3"64
ed locally. Reported like new. FREE ESTIMATES A
Responsible party can take on I Ph. 964-8346.8361 A4Jirw.r I S FARM MACHINESNew
low payment balance. Write
before we send truck. Joplin I Your Magnetic Sign Headquarters In Additions & Used

Piano, P. O. Box 103, Pana- I Specializing Home Bought Sold
ma City Fla. 32401. Save On All Of Your Outdoor And Mobile f Piano Refinishing Trod.d I t 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441 DEVRICK INC.

FOR SALE-I2x38 trailer all t Advertising.; All Signs Made On Premises. And Reconditioning! ACREAGE FOR SALE j GAINESVILLE FLA. 301 E. Call St.

electric air. New awning,like I C. E. JACKSON 94453Hwy. j I Stork, Fla.

new. Westmoreland Park. Lot | 72 Hour Service On All Magnetic Signs. .1'I 1313 W. Madison Starke 301 S. Storke Tf I /'Wher. Service It Th. Better Idea" 964.6163

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IN BRIEF Dr. Dopson

Wins Award Community News

By LINDA G. coy

Dr. Konald E. Dopson
Starke chiropractor was recently By Elizabeth Givens Walker
awarded a plaque In
A honor of "his worthwhile accomplishments DELL CHAPTER 168 and Deacons Union will meetat CARD OF THANKS
for the profession Dell Chapter 168 OES will Antioch Baptist Church at We wish to express to our
of chiropractic and meet Thursday night, Apr. 7:30. All New Bethel Bap- many friends and neighborsour
its efforts to Improve the 26, at 8 p.m. In the Masonic tist Church members are ask- heartfelt thanks for their
health of mankind." Hall on Brownlee Street. All ed to register with Mrs. Hat- many acts of kindness duringthe
Dr. Dopson was presented members are asked to pleasebe tie Easley. sickness and death of our
this award at a weekend sem- present and on time. mother. We are grateful for

inar In Kansas City Missouri CHURCH NEWS Greater Bethlehem Free- the hospital staff and doctors.
by Dr. Gordon Ileuser will Baptist Church Rev.Jasper --Mrs. Vada Dell and family.
and Dr. Rolla Pennell dir- Greater Allen Chapel AME Williams pastor. Weekly
ectors of Clinic Masters a Church Rev. B. C. Williams services begin with Ushers
professional consultant firm pastor. Sunday School 10 ajm. Board No. 2 and Choir No. 3 WISH I'D SAID

which brings the latest In chi- All members are asked to meeting Monday night. Tuesday THAT
r1 ropractic research and procedure render services at 11 a.m. night, Senior Choir re-
r -;- to its member doc- at Mt. Zion in Lawtey, fora hearsal. Wednesday night

\ ;;;; missionary service. Rev. Prayer Meeting. Thursday
1/ tors.During the two-day sessionat Williams is asking the full night. Ladles Circle meet-
,- 1 Kansas City's Plaza Inn cooperation of all members.At Ing. Friday night Prayer

-. A ---111 Hotel Dr. Dopson attended 3 p.m. all members are Band. Sunday is the annual "He who gets too big for
PHYSICAL FITNESS plishments. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hardee lectures workshops round asked to meet with the stewards Youth Day celebration, start- his britches will be exposedin
and Kenny) of Tallahassee at the church for bus- ing with Sunday School at 9:30.
AWARD WINNERS: The physical fitness test is on Sr. of Jacksonville. Maternal table discussions and took iness of vital Importance. the end." Lee H. Call,
Doreen Jakab and Darlene conducted annually as a part the birth of their first born, great-grandparents are Mr. advantage of opportunities for Morning Worship at 11 with Star Valley (Wyo.) Inde-
Mott 6th grade students at of the Brooker Elementary a son, Kenneth Michael Williams and Mrs. W. E. BIgham Sr. study in the Clinic Masters New Bethel Mrs. Maurice wi
Baptist Church Mrs. pendent.
Brooker Elementary School Physical Education Program. Jr. on April 11. Ma- of Lakeland. Library of practicerelatedmaterial. Rev. Davis
Presidential A- Principal Dewey McKinney ternal Mr. Congratulations! to Mr. and pastor. speaker. Dinner will be serv-
have won the grandparents are Tuesday night, Choir Prac- ed at 12:30. At 3 "All the primaries provedwas
ward for Physical Fitness. announces that report cardson and Mrs. W. E. BIgham Jr. Mrs. Tommy Drawdy of tice. Wednesday night, Prayer Denton p.m., Rev. that different parts of
Both girls scored 85 percentile the 5th 6th weeks grading of Brooker; Paternal grand- Brooker on the birth of a Sumrall pastor Madison -
PAYROLL ENVELOPES, Meeting. All members are Street Baptist Churchand the country are mad
each of the period will be given to the Mr. and Mrs. James Pay on April
or higher on parents are son, "
Telegraph.Ph. asked to cooperate with these the Youth Jack E.
Bradford County Choir will ren- different things. -
take home Mon- abrother Tommy -
seven Items which composedthe students to Ivan Williams of Lulu; ma- 10. James has ,
9646305. activities starting at 7:30. der services. This will
conclude Hester The CharlestonInd.
30. two
fitness April Is
national physical day, ternal great-grandparents are who years
Friday night the
Minister services for the
test. The seven Items Included day. ( .) Courier.

: softball throw 600 yard NEW RIVER BAPTIST r WO V =. .g

run 40 yard shuttle run, During the Easter Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH[ r, rw rFnrs f. ,,3 BIG DAYS ,. A
standing broad ,Jump slt-ups, morning service the New STAKKE .
50 yard dash and flexed arm River Choir under directionof SundaySunday School 9:45: ; ,ww MIa. l ( THURSDAY., FRIDAY' '
hang or pull-ups. The test Mrs. Anita Countryman Morning Worship at 11, ser- :.";;: : ,- 'a.. SATUN DAY ./. "
fit- Cantata, "No ',_ ..:..... l' -
measures such physical presented a mon by Rev. Otto Spangler; : "'" ....... .. .. "-
ness components as speed Greater Love" by John \V. Bell Ringers 5:15: ; Church //v .
strength endurance agility, Peterson. Solosits Included: Training 6:15: ; Evening Wor- \L /1 \\\V'
co-ordination. Rev. Lonnie Parker Mrs.Vivian -
and ship at 7:30: sermon by Rev. '
Doreen is the daughter of Parker Mrs. Glenda Andrews Otto Spangler. r [(f) .
Mr. and Mrs. Zoltan Jakabof Mrs. Cora Lee Stal- Youth
Ensemble "''''''
Brooker. Darlene is the naker Mrs. Yvonne Emery 6:30: Youth Choir 7
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bee Bee Hayes Michael Emery TuesdayWMU; Executive p.m. t' 11 ) ,' .
Marshall Mott of Brooker. Thurston Henry and Bob Council Meeting 10 a.m.; Pro- r"1t"\- : g )oj

Both girls will be presented Roop. The pastor Rev. JimCountr'lnan gram and Business 10:45: a.m.; r .= ,
their awards at the May was narrator. O- Covered Dish Luncheon 12 ; _
15 Brooker PTA meeting. We ver 200 people enjoyed the o'clock; Young Musicians and ,"
congratulate them on their Cantata. Following the pro- Music Makers Choir 3:30; .
outstanding accomplishment. gram everyone enjoyed dinneron G. A. Bell Choir Practice
Boys and girls winning the the grounds. Then in the :
Achievement Award for Phy- afternoon the children enjoyed 4:15.Wednesday- Acteens 5 W .
sical Fitness are students who an egg hunt. p.m.; Family Night Supper LLARIFFICSALE
scored 50 percentile or higher 6 p.m.; Prayer Meeting R.
on each item of the phy- NEW ARRIVALS A. Meeting 6:30 p.m.; Tea-
sical fitness test. These are Announcing that Mr. and chers and Officers Meeting
(pictured 1st row Q-r): Eva Mrs. Buddy Ulery of Boone 7:15: p.m.; Church Choir 8
McKinney Mary Rogers Ge- N. C. (formerly Nancy Greenof P.m.
nene Dormlney Sheila Starling Brooker) are the proud ThursdayLadles i Bell
Linda Manning Brenda parents of twin boys: Charles Choir Practice 12 o'clock
Hayes; 2nd row ((1-r) Marie Newman and David Wilson Noon; Visitation, 7 p.m. !
Tetstone 'Angle Andrews born March 18. Buddy and l
Martha Lewis Tamara Johns, Nancy also have a daughter. .
Barbara Miller Sandy Doug- Maternal grandparents are: MADISON STREET ,tJMen's v, I ,,:At .,\ ..
las; back row David Sparks Mr. and Mrs. David Wilson BAPTIST CHURCH If bPo -
Wayne Ellis Billy Copeland Green of Morrow Ga. (formerly Sunday April 29: Sunday I 0J'/: >,' ....... .7W5
Stanley Hayes Plennie Hicks. of Brooker). Maternal School 9:45 a.m.; Morning I ,
Not pictured: Doug Watson, great-grand-dad I Hardeeof l Worship 11; Church Train- I e 100: water (7'lI. J .
Shari Green, and Sharon Tet- Brooker. Maternal great- Ing 6:15: p.m.; WMU Prayer j ) ...f. Under, Ir.y Boys' PrintedTShirts ?I' "'" "'1 94" Playground Balls' I r

stone. These students will receive great grandmother Is Mrs. Circle 7:15: ; Evening Service arm .ventilation. ., ..
their award at the May Mamie [Hodges of Brooker. 7:30.: I : e 100; Cotton. ",. Assorted decorated uM't' s euuesi
15 PTA meeting also.We com- Congratulations! to Mr. and MondayYouth Choir 7 N\ J \ e Slash pockets, )r.LOIi e White with colorful -< ., vR'I\o.J:' ; a d' : 's.. 'in yore

mend them for their accom- Mrs. Kenneth Williams (Patty '-" .. e vinyl Dura-weight designs, & y J l'r ).... n...w; a y,: p ious designs & Sylvania Light Bulbs .
P.m.Tuesday- Bible Study 10 cute sayings (' \ solid colors.
Sizes-SML t e
--- Sires-2.8. t ,; 1
Girls In 3:30 '
a.m.; Action : & XL. i W' I SAVE 14% '\"; SAY.2S% per package, SAVE 21%
L -J :; .v == e
GAINESVILLE p.m.Wednesday- Prayer MeetIng r:3: Right Guard Powder loo wa715s.

Mission Friends 7:30: .. 0 Y, DE.ewnr" PrEC.' Spray Ou o..u., .ie. Ou D4' .. .r P" .. _
p.m.; Adult Choir 8:30.: WootrTaU 8 Oz. D80doranttmJl.T, Wo' + war .
ThursdayVisitation, 9:45: mm
Business Directory a.m., 3:30 and 7:30: p.m.BS; III Men's :! YOUR CHOICE
.... I Eagle 3 PC.Imported .
=: _
Planning 3:30.Denton: Famous Maker __ *- J & J Cotton Balls Ash Trays
Sumrall Pastor Orion Socks ,-i t.,, 'It 130's with 30 Free Carving Set I.. tC..f e Assorted

AUTO SALES GARDEN SUP.Johnson ii / 75i AcryliC. D'''..H e Boxed, stainless (round pores-
= ::
I I[J \' Orion, 25; ,)_ ,,--"--- w ; g. steel with rosewood lain)-plasuc'
BRASINGTONCADILLAC & FarU, Inc. ** aviv(il Set I / stretch Nylon 0/ r I I handles. r' ..." snap on. Rockinghorn -
Assorted I ... I Ham slicer, ,carving ,IV':)
SEEDS /lnmand> .... *
SALES & SERVICE Insecticide Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS Ifayless IItry. colors.10-13. Ladies' Patina Sandals Efftrdent< = Dry 8 knife' and 'fork W..U.T..,/...'-.-,
SAVE 24% e Thong style SAVE 22% i Tablets Natural SAVE 257 VS
Fin. selection of Used Car ::3' k I'!' SAVE 24% ,i iI
Tak.n On Cadillac Trades We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders will be heldat Bright patent (fin ;.. '96'* 1 0,. II 7 I -
Revival services -
sh .Sizes510., PM..: ... "- II. I
ovr Due. 1S.
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 I
2301 N.W. 3tK Ph. 378.5301 Bayless Highway Baptist Our Dur Pdc. Our Discount Prie N Ol.c. Pd< I'' .
Church starting April 30 and .. 2yt S1 wa119. 1.9t wa. 2O' :,,: Pn7 J.J4"7r I IMen's
BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS continuing through May 6.Song '
\7< >. l' YOUR CHOICE Z2".28"
services at 7:30: p.m., followed 1
POWELL'S LIDDELL by the message by Rev. ., Short Sleeve -1Y .. Router$6 Sjlt & Pepper Sets I Is PicturesDress
J. M. Gllbreath of Brooks- / \, Shirts 1 reeze A Modern I \ I WithL.
Beauty Academy J e Beautifully' .. ....,.. silver i. : Wooden
each evening.Homecoming 1 Ion.
Glass ville .. \ s, I e "got "- -'
L.arn a Profession In Your Company Day will be Ll ::ft, .. tailored I Ethylene gly c;...::::...;!v block set. i Frames
e Stripes. & Milk gloss' '
Sunday May 6, with dinneron \ eol lt'fPo. I "
Spar. Tim., Full Part "Glass For Every Purpose"Store e Assor*
or the grounds at 1 p.m. i :I patterns Ladies'Canvas /, -MT'-FAEETt i .. Will not evop. ".. II T set with, +... --lr ted landscopes .
Tim. Fronts Mirrors fA Sizes-il-L' -
I { ] J ..":,. -.J; orate. .- 4J. wood tray.
219 N.W. )10 th. 378-2766 Tub Enclosures Showers t I 1\\ & 14;.1'7" Sneakers ,..-. ..,...Jj. ,
Gloss / SAVE 15% e Firm grip soles SAVE Sty SAY40% ::: _;;' f r:_ SAVEDro 21% Will, enhance SAVE 24%
Furnitures Tops J.P. JohnsJ. -tI-, ( e White, & colors, \1.1..1.1. ...ail. b-takO any decor.
Replaced ,..... ) S.ies-S-lO. .
Our Ol.'u.' e1... Our Diu.' ,.' PI..... Out Dt'...wfite Pqa Ow Dne.um Pn.. .. 0. Dnrw"r P...Bit
El ECTRIC NEW LOCATION P. (Shorty) Johns 60, woo.z,4{ w..1.41" w..F w.. w T. r.24" w. .J.9-
Motor 1228 So. Main Gainesville of Melrose died Thursday
Repair Co, ::
Apr. 19, In a Jacksonville hos- Men'sSanforized Men's Sizes "'1''KwlkKorer Ll 1 Gal.
Of Gainesville. Inc. 372-8191 -372-1102 pital. Born In Florida on April {et"e 6'jto 12. / :..rrur1 Eagle lOW 30 Eaele

Repairing! Rewinding 12, 1913 he was a correctional ti Work Pants e 2 o6Ser, t' $SI81wdd.{ -, / : Motor Oil .I::::\\ Muriatic Acid

New And Used officer for the State of O'. Cotton,: .- 'I i' iJ .iveplastia _Ii"1': e 1 quart, 0 Pool sanitation
2816 NW 6th Ph. 372-8318 Florida, and a Baptist. j-k 4, e Heavy duty ''decolaton., t/t4 I e All weather oil-, ,_ chemlcol
Surviving are his wife Agnes upper' ; .S'ICkatoal. / heavy duty mule Insures scum free
MOVERS fills srCE: Gllliard Johns of Mel- II e Khakigreen.grey ALL [... most any dry I ti..."cosIy, high ..' .. walls 8 sillro"
rose; three sons, Fred Johns Men's & Boys' Striped Sneakers .. clean surface detergent. MuristicAcid hire,,,
Long Distance Moving FOR S \U: James L. Johns and JamesP. e Sites, -29.42. .. >Q I I 14r :-
; e Most popular rsizesSAVI Vo SAVE 15% _. SAVE 22% SAVE 14%
Storage Packing Johns Jr., all of Jack- 1-r SAVE 167. e Cushioned, ,inner* -.... ._.._... '.A -:.;-I
Crating Shipping sonville; four daughters Mrs. I sale,Rubber sole ....;,
Free Estimates Coll Ann VanGorder Norfolk Va.; 0. O"n.u.., P.1., .III Our 0....uM 'He._ Our,Drwww.. ,...._, Our Dr., ..,nr Pn.. ._ 0. DI..u.' nn ..
Mrs. Dee Canepa, Jackson- w.. Mar Up To 4id0' W.. .JoI.itt' Woo Y1-29 Woo 1.-it
ville; Mrs. Mildred Bellamy '
Fort Pierce; and Miss Linda ) ALL ALL \ .
It Top Sofa Pillows
Johns Melrose; one brother Ladies' Blouses >I Girls' Slacks \} Barbecut Grill \ ....
Thomas Jacksonville & > / .. 14"xl4-
Johns -
; .Ij" e All stylesfabrics d v...._
MUSIC three sisters Mrs. Mamie Roll. <,'. "" 1il' Skirts Portoble. ..... assorted colors '. -. ,. yi. .
Service Inc. !J. position. Y
LaBlne Augusta, Calif., and L upb sl eeve 3K Super 'foam decorator -
3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vill. Mrs. Violet Lolly and Mrs. t less \ 0 Many e r Brass (iniehed cushion Vinyl
BALDWINPIANOS Myrtle Greene both of Cry- e Assorted I Pmmonent legs I Mothproof', dur Twin or Full Mattress Covers

372-4271 stal River; and 17 grandchildren. '. ; colors I ) Press i,assemble.Easy to ? able, fluffy &, e Full or twin size 'fitted., }001 pure
AUTO SALES SERVICE ORGANS I' Sizes3238., 0 i'ju.3.6x oP non ollergenic. virgin vinyl Dust fight' Waterproof
Funeral services were held SAVE 49% SAVE *o4.y SA V"'III' SAVI20% & allergy free. SAVE 33%
at 2 p.m. Saturday April 21, V
GMS., INC. in the DeWitt C. Jones Cha- _. / O.Prir.D..w..... ,Ow.La.pPws' Our Di.sort Pn..E: Our Ira.w0 0 .
Ouuu.r IrE.
at.ovPr -<:!;P.a. pel at Keystone Heights with r l u. T.j..M e.4.19' Wooi'tt w..UP TJ2'I'F5f
Rev. C. F. Keller conduc-
MUSIC Co. ting. Interment was In Hope ALL:5:: : ALL J/ "jrM Yds. Eagle

Cemetery. Ladies' Slacks Ladles' Dresses :<' Masking Tap. I;.;. Pk{. of 5 '11 VShlnyl
G'ville Shopping C.n. Dish Towels
Factory Authorized : -" ffi Handy
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Pantiie, 372.5351 \ ,," Flore leg pull- it.' e All styles I & I .': around the e 1 00'; Cotton .170 Full
Sales, Ports-S.rvic. NEW BOOKS on d belted ." Eabrics.Assort.d; horn*&officeIdeal assorted kit 1 sue:
210 N. Main Gainesville, Fla. \ prints, chen towels. 72". x 72"
I I i I ,,
e Top maker. (1M : .
372-2583 & solids wrap. e Striped .dges'
AT THE LIBRARY Sie. -10.18. 1\1\ .' I'" stainE proof',
Mi.IU I 10.18. ping package col -i--j
Klr.y't Him Assorted
CAMPER SALES & SERVICE I \ ,_ e ,-I mildew, proof,
r I,.Ir, t Sin<, Inc. Istyles I 2.92 .: SAVE 1.96 'SAVS! 2S% J ored stripes. I ,,'-:- -l.. SAY 25%

' L.w- Authorised Dealers JUVENILE FICTION 0. Du.. 0 0 -' I I
___. Gainesville For EvanslnterthemSiagler The Big Joke '1oIi.' P""W" 0." 54..3t1r3t_''h"' E- ou.o..p..a..
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MART INC. Game (Corbett)> The Bear's k>e lfll.tae ,
CAMPER Heating & Toothache (Me Phall)) The Sul!

The World Is Henry (Bal-
378-2954 TBoy Servlc Dept. Accessories Supplies lan) The Little Wo-
CampUto Camping Store Part and Service man (Mosel> Alfred Hitch-
SaUt: Concord Volunteer. cock And The Three Investigators STARKE( FLORIDA FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE YOU'RE NOT YEAR ROUND

Sen" k.y, Midas, Adventure FieryeEye Of PHONE 964-7513. SAVING MONEY! LAYAWAY PLAN.

Wheels, Norris, Monitor, Fan. 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville Christy The And The (Cat Arthur Jail);

Explorer, Sports Coach 378.8902 (Young).

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