Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven


No. 38 Thursday, May 3, 1973 Copy


Berries Timber Tax

Still "


SellingA ,..,'.,/ f ., NegotiationsUnder

favorable mar- (:'" I

keting situation this

season has workedto .
the advantage of WayS
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Bradford 'It"f
County ....

strawberry grow-

ers, with demand

still strong for berries Negotiations are

offered by the under way now between -

few growers who tarkeVehicle Container

still have them to Corporation of A-

sell. merica and Brad-
r ,
ford County on the
Morris Carter, who ships
from the old Lawtey platform, Use Criticized eight year old

said that the "good growers'had contest over timberland -
all made money and were Y Y
y +n tax
assessments -
well satisfied with results of

the season. Carter said that .
he had not paid less than Councilman
w61 .
By The timber suits took
L a new
$3.25 to any grower for ber- [ turn last Wednesday when
ries this season, and that
County Attorney Gene Shaw
the price paid had ranged up
told the County Commissionof
to $4. Improper use o'f city vehicles by a proposed negotiated
Carter said that the
his own fields, and those employees allowed to drive them home agreement at a special meet-
,. Ing in the county courthouse.No .
of the three other growers was charged by a Starke city councilman -
has been reached
agreement -
still shipping through the Law- ..
Tuesday night and a committee but Attorney Shaw was at
tey market, are heavy with ..
that time given approval of
appointed to Investigate and recommenda
bloom, and he expects to con-
the board to negotiate for a
tinue shipments for several new policy for automobile use. settlement of the stillactivesuits
more weeks. Quality of ber-
of 1968 through 1971.
ries now maturing is good, :4 t "I've gotten a reputationas the city dog catcher Harry
he said, and demand is still -}':'. a dirty dog and, by God Tyson had used 78 gallons Details of the negotiationsare
strong. "-- I guess that's the way it is," of city gas In one month."I being withheld on the request -
Bradford's traditional com- said Councilman Charles of Attorney Shaw, who
petitors did not conflict with Schaefer in making the charge. can't see bow" he can has asked that the' Informationbe
from here this use that much, Schaefer withheld until an agreement
shipments Schaefer said he met
a city said.
year, and growers were even L J: gas truck headed toward is! reached or negotiations end.
able to market some fruitin Starke from Camp Blanding "All right! You're jumping Container has paid all its

South Florida, which Is .... or going west on SR-230, out- on my department now," 1972 taxes but owes, accord-
usually dominated by Plant I t side the city limits near the declared Mayor Jimmy Mc- Ing to the assessments of Assessor -
City. Mexico berries did not Brisk Kingsley Breezes Starke Golf and Country Club. Rae, who is in charfc-of: the Gene Long, $88,397
come on as strong as usual He pointed out the vehiclewas Police Department under for the years 1968, 1969, 1970,
this year, and adverse wea- being driven by a wo which the dog catcher oper- and 1971. The timber firm
ther conditions in Louisiana Rachel) Williams found Kings/! Lake breezes brisk, the sound of the waves sooth- man. ates. The dog catcher does paid $132,000 In taxes In those

kept those growers largelyout ing, and the wat.r much warmer that It appeared Monday afternoon and took time to Schaefer asked If the city not have to report to anyone, four years, but paid at the
of the picture, also. drink of had women employed who McRae said, about his acti- rate it claimed it should, not
some It In .
vities If
If Bradford growers had had Rachel, 17, Is the daughter of Mrs. Melba Williams of Starke and a senior at Bradford should be driving the truck, he used, adding 78 gallons Tyson of gas said in ments at the rate of $100 of Long's per acre assess-for
and said he thought the truck
year their, it normal would have acreage been this a High. A much used expression I Is .t):doubt It," voiced at least once every two had no business outside the one month he probably did. pine land and $30 for swamp

very profitable season, observers minutes. city limits in the first place. Schaefer pointed out that land.
The county's total bill for
Carter believe.estimates that the Next Schaefer pointed out'I (See Page 4)) the four years is $221,281.The .

small group of growers,ship r.:., .. ___ firm owns approximately
I y lylld; 34,000 acres of woodlands in
ping through Lawtey have
sold about 70,000 flats, so far 6 In Raiford Bradford County.
this season. Injured The First District Courtof

Some growers have opened Appeals recently broughtthe
their fields on a youpickit timbers suits back into
basis, while others will the limelight by remandingthe
continue to ship as long as 1968-71 cases in question
the price holds strong. Among Prison 'Disturbance'A i ilr back to the Circuit Court,
those who have opened their The lower court upheldthe
fields are Luther Millard, Oz- ; .4 county which based its argument -
zie Norman, and Oscar Carter in the 1968-71 caseson

all of the Lawtey area. disturbance In the garment fice of State Attorney Gene way Tuesday afternoon at tion taken, Fortner said. the fact that the courts
Because of the strong demand factory Monday at Florida Whitworth in Gainesville. The which time no charges had had upheld the 1965-67 assessments -
for these berries, persons State Prison injured four officials investigation was still under been filed or disciplinary ac- The disturbance, the term and that the same
wishing to pick their own are one seriously, and two Warden Fortner says best describes factors are true in the last
advised to get to the fieldsin inmates, according to Supt. the incident, "was .1 eight years.
the early morning hours. C. S. Fortner. more or less spontaneous,
told the b The district court stated,
RATHER FIGHT Sapp someone, war-
John Green Sapp, 40, super- den said Tuesday. in remanding the suits backto
visor of. the garment factory the circuit level, that assessments -
Fair Ass'nMeets
located In Bradford County in THAN SWITCHHe'd Workers in the garment factory qf cannot be based ona
the maximum security sectionof are described as "close prior year's values. The
l May 9 the big prison, was most rather fight than switch. Rep. Frank Williams security Inmates" by Warden II.. ..L' higher court said each year's
seriously injured with three Former. The garment factory assessments must stand
The annual of the D-Starke, has replied to Florida Times Union manufactures J. Watson looks h.r certificates on
meeting I stab wounds. He was takento Political Editor Hank Drane who in T-U clothing for the ncy over won on its own merits.
Bradford County Fair Association Sunday's Division of Corrections. trail the State Science
Fair with
1 the University of Florida to her project entitled Shaw
speculated from the way Williams sounded at a Republican Attorney appeared before -
will be held Wed- Medical Center, where Warden fund raising dinner that he might be thinking Ninety-five workers checked "Can Visual-Motor Perception Be Increased In the board Wednesday and
nesday May 9 at 7:15
in the hamber, ,of Commerce.: p.m. j Former said Tuesday Sapp of switching parties."I out to work In the garment First Grade Children" which took 'fourth place at reviewed the background of
I still had numbness in one leg.
after lunch Monday. the suits. lie said the
The election of officers for don't plan to switch now or an any time in the factory State. appel-
1973-74 will be held at this Three other officers, ]Harry future," Rep. Williams said Tuesday from Tallahassee When prison officials reachedthe late court has denied an aPplIcation ;
time. Arthur Gaskins Is the Tyson and Dale Hardln, and where he was caught between committee meetings. area In force to quell the he made for a re-
Sgt. Billy Raulerson received disturbance a large group of hearing.
president. i iI less serious injuries in the T-U Editor Drane wrote Sunday that Williams Inmates had already left the Coed Places Next step, Shaw told the !.
I melee and were treated and showed up at a Republican fund raising dinner and building and was waiting out- commission, to carry the case
released from the prisonhos- sounded like he'd rather switch than fight. Williams side. In a few minutes another to the Florida Supreme Court
wile aans:rirr ; ltal, Warden Fortner said. has written Drane Just the opposite, that he'd rather smaller group came or to trial again in circuit (;
4th In State
fight than switch. court. ;
Injured Inmates were Law- (See Page 4))
Shaw pointed out that the
I rence Cousineau and Frank Williams said he was Invited to the fund raising
]Rambo, reportedly hurt while dinner, because, he thinks, Republicans wanted to tout county commission faces the

11 r 1 trying to protect Sapp from him for his many conservative view points. He and April Rains Science Fair tinue question the of whether litigation,to which con- j
other inmates. They were also Rep. Ray Matte D-Winter Haven, were the only Dem-
ocrats present, Williams said. But the Bradford legis- could prove costly, with no
1 taken to the Gainesville medical 4.63
at all of favor-
4 center after the 3 p.m. lator says the fact that he attended the Republican Bradford High Junior Jency of Social and Behavioral assurance a
able verdict to to
y 1 Incident Monday. Cousineau shindig in no way means he's thinking of switching April I brought 4.66 Inchesof Watson placed fourth in the Science. Beth Davis, in the ,settlement.or agree The

was. apparently in satisfactory parties."I rain to Bradford County, senior division of the State field of Health and Medicine, county a negotiated has already paid $10-
1C condition with an eye Injury. Just thought maybe some of my conservative Just .3 Inch over the 50 year Science Fair in Cocoa April did a project on tooth decay. 000 In legal fees In the tim- r4"

]Rambo was treated and re- attributes might rub off on some of those liberal average of 4.63. 25-28, making the highest "Our students did not do as ber suits and that could go
I leased. Republicans," Williams said. The county received 23.82 mark achieved by any one from well as we had hoped, but In to $40,000 In the next few
Art Show An estimated $37,400 in damages Inches of rain during the first this Region. view of the extremely tough years if litigation continues,
was done in the 11/2-, four months of 1973-- 5.86
Miss Watson's project entitled competition, we were very he said.
This Week I hour disturbance. The area Man Dies In Wild inches above the 50-year average "Can Visual-Motor pleased with the results. The Should the county win in
1 was. cleared of inmates by of 17.86 for the same Perception Be Increased In fair was one of the best yet court it would still end up
100 Selections ,4:30: p.m., according to Warden period. First Grade Children" took and the experiences gained in the hole because Interestand
Fortner. Shoot out In RenoStarke Highland was the wettest the first place spot in the from It will be immeasurableIn penalties owed by Con-
By Local "We're trying to operate ont section of the county In April field of Social and Behavioral future activities," says tainer would come to no more
Artis"t fairly normal schedule," City Council voted to right arm. River receiving 5 1/2 Inches; New Science. Jency is the daughter Bradford High Science Tea- than an estimated $20,000,
the warden said Tuesday afternoon immediately close the John The council after an appearance was second with 5; and of Mr. and Mrs. William cher Jerry McGrlff. Shaw pointed out. He added
Bradford Co. adding that the garment Perkins Juke at the corner by Mrs. Maurie Williams Santa Fe fire tower reported R. Watson of Hampton, and Also representing BUS in that In the 1965-67 cases the
factory was not backto of North and Oak Streets In and seven other Reno 4.30. was placed fourth only in her the state science fair was court allowed no penalty be
LibraryCommunity t normal then. the Reno section of Starke residents voted unamimously Ten woods fires were reported category. Curtis Scott, Steve Hall, Jody charged to the timber firm.
"There Is some tenseness, after one man was killed and to 'revoke the license from by the Florida Forest Senior Emily Williams and Harper, and Bill Parsons. "There Is a lot to be said
cawhy d I but we're trying to hold it to another seriously injured last Perkins and that the actionbe Service in the county during Middle Schooler Beth Davisin for negotiation" Shaw pointed -
minimum Fortner said April, with 93.2 acres burn-
:a taken immediately.Mrs. out Monday night.
Saturday night.
!;t1e (( Tuesday The 41 Inmates determined Cleo McNeil, 45, was pro- Williams said the sIt- ed. Six of these were deliberately the Junior Division both
*tatr Sank : to have been involvedIn nounced dead on arrival at uation has been getting worse set, three were due cial received Award mention from Spe- CANDI I / The attorney added that two
the incident have been separated the Bradford County Hospital. and that It is about to get to carelessness, and one-- Judges. questions are Involved, the
from the remainder Willie Jenkins Is In the to It's worst. She said that burning 75 acresresulted Miss Williams project was p>7ESL ..-. principal of the county's tax
AMaunte To f Now 2O.OOO InourooI br U" (of the inmates and are being Teaching Hospital at Gaines- the Juke box played and shots from a damaged power line. entitled "Diminishing Stereo- CONFEq ENCE, assessments, and the financial -
,..-. o.-t. hw..uw.yaZ. I.J Interviewed by the Division ville under treatment for gun were fired at all hours of So far this year 71 fires typed; Career Views By the angle.
(of Corrections inspector and have been reported,with 447.6 Sex-Identification Factor-Via
I representatives from the of- shot wounds in the neck and (See Page 4)) acres burned. Career Study In The Field """Tl. (See Page 4))

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/J' 4 l lJULIAN


Page 2 TELEGRAPH May 3, 1973 L
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Anniversaries Birthdays Parties &Ae SPc / 97e e71 fhe Jfl :V'V'' .' Club Wedding Personals Meetings


Shower Gladys Mooty, Society Editor, 964-7608

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Kimberly Jackson
I UDC Chapter Wedding PartyEntertained CLUB RESULTS Birthday PartyLittle
Mrs. R, W. Fountain and
Holds/ /
Mrs. Paul Johnson were the Kimberly Jackson,
Day Services 7 .$p r V winning couple at Duplicate daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bran- Bridge Club Tuesday night. Jeffrey Jackson, celebratedher
'At'., Duncan and Mrs. first birthday at the homeof
J. Confederate Memorial son were hosts at a dinner Mrs. Lobe
services W.Day T. party last Friday night at the Paul Patterson were second her parents last Saturday.
sponsored by
'1J ryiI' Holiday honoring their son, and T. A. Sundem and Mrs. night.
..., held Weeks Sunday chapter, Apr UDC 29, were at 4 .,, Joseph, and his fiancee Miss Edward Burns were third. The with party a rag.table doll was cloth covered -,
Bryan, following thecouple's
II- p.m. at the Crosby Lake Cem- centered with a rag doll cake,
' etery In front of the UDC wedding and accented with birthday
monument. Mrs. Johnny Bar U-shaped dining table For Th. First Tim. balloons.Out .
1 rett, historian, was in chargeof was centered with an arrange-
'YI'II of town guests Included -
II J the l H 5P ment of spring flowers In variegated Beautiful Ladies Shoos
iij program. Kim's great aunt and uncle -
1 Mrs. Lester Crews officiated points of shades.the tables At the were four Handbag & M.n Belt*. Mr. and Mrs Fred Rich
at the ceremony, opening three-branched candelabraswith Bulllngton'i Gift Shop of Maryville, Tenn. Also attending -
: with comments pertinent to were Kim's grand-
,I the occasion. Rev. Leon O- Bridal burning place yellow cards marked tapers. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blake,
." dom gave the invocation the seating arrangement for Jackson and Mr. and Mrs.'
Bradford County Judge El- the 21 guests. ored couple presented gifts J. F. Putnam. .
zle Sanders gave an inspira- to their attendants. The guests enjoyed refresh-
During the dinner the hon-
tional speech on Southern tra- ments during the party hours.
i 'i.&. ditions and principles which
.- the Southern forefathers
fought and died for. Judge
Sanders reiterated the point HAMBRICK HOUSE

.>A I that showed if the the leaders same dedicationand of today I Finest Selection of Antique Wicker in the South

Art Show On At LibraryThe their fortitude willingness, backed to sacrifice up by .

their all for the cause they s A _w. _
annual art show at the Bradford County Public believed in, the world would ; N L
Library Is now on display through this week. be a better place in which to EI
Viewing a small section of the paintings being exhib- live. lIe also stated that the T i t M slip,
ited is John Bradley. Southern I '
family unit has long ,, ; D
This year's show, with over 100 pieces of work, been recognized by historiansas II 1u
represents the work of local artists, plus a selection being among the foremostin 8
from the Florida State Prison. personal ties.This strengthhas 8E
The public is cordially Invited to view the paintings been handed down from D
during the remainder of this week. generation to generation, and, r
as Judge Sanders said, can yyw r (
we expect less from our lead- W
''a1k ers today? He closed his L
speech with an inspiring pray AK
C er for unity and peace. C
1 1s
Shirley Darlene Norman Weds
W. B. McKinney played S

s several which selections were enjoyed on the violin by- William Ralph Wise In Hampton E ',NI 2,,,,,: L; SI

I fi t tr tttlr the large group attending, after R *! .
+ which he accompanied the Mr and Mrs. Marklee J. The bride and groom are
group in closing with the join- Norman of Hampton announce both graduates of BHS. The
ing of hands and singing of the marriage of their daughter bride is employed at the Lake LXCI/Lsil'P8/ ill leaded Glass S"mnml/ indnws
t' "Blest Be The Tie That Shirley Darlene to Wil- Butler Reception'Center and
Binds". liam Ralph Wise r. son of Mr. the groom is employed by the 10-S MON.-SAT. 1950 HIWAY 17, ORANGE PARK 264-8891-
and Mrs. Ralph wise of Law- DuPont Company -
tey. Rev. James Shaw, pas-
mr nt the H..mntnn Chr1.tinChurch
4;wI ;'performed -the; -nuptials :
at Reynolds Chapel at
Camp Blanding on April 20
I at 8 p.m.
Highlighting the altar were
r rt two standing baskets of white
and pink gladioli, chrysanthemums -
pompoms and carna-
tions against a background of FoRMoTNER atuEBtsDE foR>NfGRAD O
branched candelabras with 4
B S Outlaws II. Outlaw of Deland.
burning tapers
Observe 60thAnniversary Other children and their families Mrs. Carolyn Clarke; greenery.,: organist -, .., Jewelry That Says You,
serving as hosts on *
and Miss. CrYstal.!
this occasion were Mr. and Clarke, soloist 'both of ATTENTION/ BRIDES Care
Mrs. Paul Sullivan of Tampa Gainesville, presented a
For Mothers Day .
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Outlaw, gram of nuptial music.
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Out-
Jr., of Melbourne Beach and
Donny Wise attended his
law of Jacksonville celebrated
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Outlawof brother as best Ushers
their 60th wedding anni- A.C.
versary last weekend when Starke. were Tommy Wise, brotherof Can Reset MOTHER'S RINGS
The honored couple had ten ;
the groom,and Greg Woods.
entertained their
they were by
grandchildren and four great- Siemer-Patray Mrs. Danny Norman served Mothers Or Grandmothers
children at the Santa Fe Lake
grandchildren present duringthe her sister
as matron of honor
cottage of Mr. and Mrs. R. weekend. Engagement t Told wearing a long pink Diamonds Into A Lovely IN 14 KARAT

Birthday Party flocked voile gown. With this \ SOLID GOLD
May BreakfastThis Mr. and Mrs. Otto F, Siemer she wore a wide brim pink
For Joy St. John Jr. of Starke announce spring hat with pink stream- Ring Of Your jf
SaturdayThe the engagement and approaching ers and carried white basket J
Mr. and Mrs. Richard St.
John entertained their daugh- marriage of their daughter filled with pink carnations, f a 3.
Starke Woman's Club ter, Joy, with a party on her Becky MeLinda, to Mark pompoms, statice and baby's hoice, .
annual !May Breakfast will be ninth birthday last Friday afternoon Terrell Patray son of Mr. breath.
held Saturday, May 5, at 12 at Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. E. D. Patray of Miss Colleen Nichols of In Any Arrangement You May
noon at the club house. Jerri Boyce, Karen Chitty, Starke. Starke and Miss Telia Kay A BIRTHSTONE
The new officers will be The wedding will be an Norman of Camp Blandlng attended -
Installed by Mrs.M.E. Helms, ette Marilyn Smith Griffis, and, Joy and enjoyed Lou- event October 6 in First as bridesmaids In Desire . for EACH MEMBER of her
district four director. swimming Jeep riding, anda Baptist Church of Starke. gowns identical to that of the FAMILY set into one of these -
Mrs. W. B. Mundy, chair- hamburger supper duringthe Miss Siemer is a seniorat honor attendant. They wore beautiful jewels... each piece
and Mrs. Charley E. Bradford High School, identical hats and carried
Johns, co-chairman, and their Joy's party aunt hours., Mrs. Eleanor Starke, and Mr. Patray is white baskets of mixed spring Mr Williams Has Achieved A High Degree available in from 1 to 7 birth- NJW
committee are in charge of Palmes of Kathleen, assisted employed at Camp Blanding flowers. stones of your choice.
arrangements. with the party. by the Florida National Guard. Little Miss Becky Crawfordof Of Expertise In Jewelry Repair and Diamond

_ Hampton was flower girl MADE! UP IN
117I/III II III 1.11I1Im i.
ilar and wore to the a gown bridal and attendants hat sim-, Setting By Completing An Advance Course MOTHERSBRACELETS ONE U.1YY
and carried a white wicker

r basket of petals. At The Holland School For Jewelers In
In marriage by her
father, the bride wore a white
a satin taffeta floor length gown Selma, Ala With Attachments For AH

EMBED with high lace neckline, long THE CHILDREN'S PICTURES
AM tapered sleeves and organdy
BE overskirt accented with white
lace roses and seed pearls. JUNIORS 1974-75
TA { The chapel train was bordered -

pAy with white lace roses. She _.
wore a white organdy head-
piece decorated with seed l

pearls wMch secured her tulle a f Your Class Wing Is Now On

IF YOU I y basket veil.She carried of white a white carnations wicker, N Display In Our Store.

r ,E. Y f statice, pompoms and baby'sbreath. I "1
A reception was held at the + .. IN A MONTH YOU

GIVE HERFLOWERS Officer's Club at Camp Bland- t,
ing where arrangements of + } WILL BE ABLE TO
white and pink spring flowers '

nslrf i'P' throughout.Mrs.and magnolias. were used t ,i c, AI' WEAR THIS

Arthur Gaskins of o .RESPECTED SYMBOL
1 Lawtey greeted guests at the
door and Miss\ Denlce Rahmes OF
lr kd of i'-ampton kept the bride'sbook. jj YOUR ACADEMIC
The bride's book table qi
was centered with a memory ACHIEVE IENT.We .
BY 'r41JULIAS candle and mixed spring flo

wers. 1 Have Custom Cr.at.d
The bride's table was cov- Ring.
ered with a white floor length '" By John Rob.rti.
organdy and lace cloth and was
{; centered with a four foot wed Th. Maker Of Th.
ding cake with flowing foun- "World. Finest
tain topped with a miniature You May Design Your Ring To Your Own Taste To Reflect Class Rlng."l
white wicker basket with
spring flowers, identical to Your Personal ty.
FLORIST the attendants' baskets. This
t Y was balanced by two candel-
abra arrangements of spring Come In Now >J id Order Your Clan
flowers. Mrs. W. F. Andrewsof Ring
Ill ?Lt.l Brooker cut the bride's At
cake, assisted by Mrs. Leroy -
Free Norman, aunts of the
Delivery In Starke bride.

In The Winkler BLDG Temple A ve. sided Mrs.at Myrtice the punch Nichols table pre and:: WILLIAMS JEWELRY

Starke Fla. 964-7711 was assisted by Miss Pam
Macey, Miss SheUie Smith. 14'W. Call St.
Miss Debbie Dyal and Miss Phone 964-7064
Kay Lewis. I

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May 3, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page

Ihllthi fie w9 barr 1

Mr. and Mrs. George Powell ade-
,1 f of Newton, N. C., Mr.
JS'Fy J- and Mrs. Robert Tanner of PREOWNEDAT
Baldwin, and Mrs.J.H.Fieldsof Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brownof
Starke announce the birth
week with
spent .
their sister, Mrs. Harold of a son, Eric Rex, on April A
25 In St. Vincent's Hospital.
Ford, in Cocoa.
I Paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. George W.
D. Vining and Mr.
Mrs. L.
..{ : and Mrs. J..C. Vining of Pa- Brown of Kingsley Lake.
latka attended the wedding of
Mrs. L. D. Vining's niece, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamil-
Miss Claralou Wiggins,to DeeStockton ton, Starke, announce the birth
In of a son, Brad Lee, on April
I Fp Ga. Saturdays night. 30 In Alachua General Hos-
.. r pital.

For The First Tim Mr. and Mrs. Richard Plenn
: Beautiful Ladles Shoes, Gnann, Theressa, announce
Handbag, & M.n. B.lts. the birth of a daughter on
May 1 In Alachua General
; .1 4 : l'l'T' Bulllncjton' Gift Shop Hospital. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Julian McRaeof
4 r: t Mr. and Mrs. George Pow- Starke and Mrs. Belle MRGAIN
l'i: ell returned to their homeIn Gnann of Theressa.
Newton, N. C. Tuesday
after two weeks visit with
Mrs. J. H. Fields.
.- ,. For Th. First Time
'.v." Bobby, Erin, Jennifer and Beautiful Ladles Shoes
;h; Michael Case of Lake City; Handbags'& Bat..
spent Saturday to Tuesday with
di ;,. their grandmother, Mrs. Lou Bulllngton't Gift Shop
i, Struth.
Mrs. Arthur N. Holllday is
y' 'r in Riverside Hospital for observation -
For Th. First

na br, I IN Ii 1.,.", ,'I.)..,<,ll' Beautiful LodUt TIm.Shoes, and treatment. .

;' i Handbag & Men B.lts.Bullington's COUNTY THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH BALDWIN

&rJ Lt :; :' ." ..I' ,, A":.,,: Gift Shop Published 138 every W. Call Thursdayat Street

I, ._ ... Mrs. A. J. Hess of Jacksonville Starke, Florida 32091
spent the past week
Club Models FashionsThirtythree with her son-in-law and Second Class posta n paidat
Lawtey daughter Flynn. Rev. and Mrs. John Starke, Florida Chevrolet- Olds

outfits, all hand made by members of the Lawtey Extension Home- Subscription Rates:
makers Club, were modeled last Thursday in the 5th Annual Springtime Dress Re- Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thomas In trade area: $6.00 per
visited their soninlawand
$3.50 six months
vue.The Lawtey Extension Club presented the annual fashion show and hosted other daughter, Mr. and Mrs.F. $7.00
Outside trade area:
L. and In
county; homemaker's clubs at a luncheon in the county; agriculture building auditor- Starling $4.00 six months
\ per year:
Arlington, Texas last week.
l' ium. Some 50 ladies attended the show. 1973 Olds Cutlass s. 1973 Olds Cutlass S.
Pictured above are some of the models and outfits shown. Left to right are: Mrs.
Lola Johnson, Margaret Ann Norman, Cherly Boyett, Mrs. Anne Greene, little Don You Grow It We Mow It
t Bright, and Angela Boyett. Green With Light Top, Full Power Dark Green With White Vinyl Top.
Acting as master of ceremonies at the fashion show was Miss Cathy Brown,
t home extension agent. LAWN MOWING & Air Condition, Like Brand New. Loaded And Like New.

( - - - SERVICEEdging
\ $3988 $3988
Mrs. Carl L. Johns flew to Miss Nancy McLarty; BUS Mr. and Mrs. P. D. F anchor And Shrubbery Trimming
c and stu- Jr. spent the weekendat
GaJveston, Texas Tuesday to Home EC teacher,
< visit her nephew, Mike Shaw, dents, Kathy Locke and Linda Tall Tree camping groundsnear
for a week. Mrs. Johns will Allen, attended the State Con- Orange Lake. ContactSTEVE
stay with Mike's mother,Mrs. vention of Future Homemakers THOMASPhone
Lamar Shaw, who has beenIn of America In Clearwater Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Thomas -
Galveston since Mike was last Thursday to Satur- guests of Palmetto of Mrs. were E, C.weekend Dukes. 964-7415, 8 A.M. 5:30: P.M.CARPS 1973 Olds Omega Coupe 1972 Chevy Impala
burned two weeks ago in a day.
tent fire accident. Mike is This Little Honey Has It All,
progressing as well as can Four Door Sedan, 22000 Miles And
be expected during skin grafts Buckets, Air Condition Power
but will be in the hospitalfor Brakes & Power Steering, Simply Like New, Light Green, Dark Green
at least three months.P. .
UAU Lovely. Sold New For Over $4200

M. Barefoot, J. D. Yea- Dollars (Brass Mat Car)
ter, C. F. Bateman, Tom Howell -,
C. L. DInkins, and Hal SAVE $3195
Hamilton attended the' Ma-' InUm
sonic Grand Lodge in Tampa FOR
last Monday to Thursday.

Mr.Macon and, Ga.Mrs.was H.last C. Beallof Fri HURRY! SALE ENDS SATU 1912 Chevelle Malibu 1972 Chevy Kingswood

day visitor of her mother, t:=: i
Mrs. J. L. Gentry. Mrs. Gentry Estate Wagon
also had as Sunday visi- i t led 'With ,White Top, Power Steering
tors Mr. and Mrs.Arthur Rig- Sale! Ladies i! Power Brakes, Air Condition 21000
don of Jacksonville. Miles, Clean. Clean One Owner, Light Blue Paint
All The Wood And Luggage Rack.
For Th. Pint Tim Panty Hose/fwl

Beautiful Ladles Shoe. \ \ $3395 $4295
Handbags & M.ns Belts. Reg. $1

Bulllngtan's Gift Shop

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Allen, M&--.LA/: /
Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur GIFT

Brock Motor were Co. and guests Terwlllegar of Ford PRICEDNever 7 I (: 1972 Chevy I Impala 1972 Monte Carlo

Motors the past weekend at

Howard Orlando.Johnson They Motor attended Lodgein the Four Door, Gold Paint, 16000 Miles, New,Tires And Unbelievably Clean j
forgets ship of #'- \
annual Ford Medallion Mana- legs your Summer Handbags ['We Sold It New", Power Steering, Yellow Paint With Tan Vinyl Top.

gers Awards Banquet honor- Brakes Air Condition, And Includes Power Steering, Power
Ing the outstanding achieve- New miracle stretch nylon- Reg. 3.99 ower ,
ments of parts and service nude heelNeutral. .Choose from 10 lovely styles ape System. New All The Way. Brakes, & Tape System.
managers during the past Fashion colors-1 3
Mr. Allen and Mr.Brock
year. size stretch .All In crisp white for sum.
were presented engraved pla- mer 33 $3295 $3995
ques and digital electric cal-
endar clocks. QUEEN SIZE PANTY HOSE 1.57 Perfect gift Item for Mom

Soft Stretch 100% Nylon Reg. $1.99
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hunt Shoulder bags, handbags

of with Bonifay Mrs. Henrietta spent the Hunt.weekend 1971 Olds Toronado 1969 VW 3 Seat Wagon

Don Hardenbrook enteredthe Misses '
Gainesville VA Hospital MISSES WOMEN'SDusters Local Car With 48000 Miles, Very 69000 Miles With New Tires

Tuesday for observation and MACHINE WASHABLE Shorts L [CleanRuns Perfect. You Must Drive This Has Got To Be One Of

treatment. and possible surgery |To Appreciate This Fine Motor Car. The Nicest; In Town

Asst Prints Misses GIFT
For Th. !First TIm.
PRICED 29 $4195 $1495
Beautiful Ladl. Shoes Sizes 10-18 Knit Tops

Handbags & M.ns Belts. a
100% Easy-care nylon 6 j a
Bulllngton's Gift Shop $3.33 Reg. $2.99 $2,33 Stitched crease

Mrs. C. N. Christy; and Mrs.C Reg. $3.99 $3.33 Pull-on stylesNavywhile J970 Chevy Impala 1962
A. Knight attended the Rose Reg. S3.99 pastelsSizes
Festival in Thomasvllle. Ga. 10 to 18
Yellow With Black Top And
last Thursday.
Interior, One Owner With 47000 Four Door, Runs Goon On New Tires)

It's not *the*price* of meat .,"''og: THEY'RE NYLON Ladies Miles. Clean And Runs Like New, "Needs Some Brake Work Doesn't

that Increases the cost of a ':\ fi-.' J.,_ L STRETCH. ABLE Power Steering, Power Brakes, Air Want To Stop. AS IS
hamburger de luxe. The de-
luxe part today Is the onion. 't .. Condition, Automatic Transmission ,
; : :, Panties V8 Engine. Check This One Today. $295 r
.,, M

Photo Special W t e $1995

.. Acetate Tricot In White Or Colors

2 FOR 1 Ladies Straw Wedgies 3 For & 1.00

Reg. 3.99
Color On B&W Heavy cushioned Insole

With Each Roll In white or bone color 3 s'

ProcessedBULLINGTON Sizes 5 to 10 Sizes 5 to 10
OS 301 Ratite raon 964.7500
Reg. 3 for $1.,;


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Page 4', TELEGRAPH May 3, 1973

Timber Snit City Veh)Ides; City, County Must File CRIFFIS BROTHERS j

(Prom Page 1)) terward. (From Peg 1)) and counties. Attorney Pierce Report On ExpendituresOf GAS COMPANY
However, In 1968 Container recommended adoption that Revenue Sharing Funds
"We may have to go to again filed suit protest- If Tyson, who lives In Rai- resolution presented to the
court" Shaw said. "I'm not Ing Its Bradford tax assess- ford, is using city gas to ride city by the City of Palm Beach. Bradford County has received made a tentative determination V Commercial) dm& RADIO
afraid to It we have to. Idon't back and forth to work It 2) Urging a lift of the pre DISPATCHED
ments. Identical protests were In revenue -
$174,467.00 to spend about 40% for fffltBt
want to give the Im- would be understandable that sent state freeze V Industrial
70 and 71. occupa-
made in 1969, sharing funds through Ap- the power plant, 40% on the I'
pression the county Is oper- he used 78 gallons in one tional license taxes, reitera- Gib Brown jgy TRUCKS
8, Count Clerk sewer and 20% Residential
ril ; system for V
ating from a position of weak- Then County Attorney The- month. But if dog catcher ting the position that the city said yesterday.This streets. Like the County the
ness. ron Yawn asked summary charges the city only for has the right to charge occupational total represents $68- City must also file a detailed LESS"GAS
Shaw the license
commission consumed while on taxes. COSTS
The gave "GAS
judgements on those com- 035 received on December report by June 20 show-
permission to pursue a negotiated plaints on the grounds they job Schaefer said, 78 gal- 3Urging creation of one 12 as payment for the first Ing how Its revenue sharing APPLIANCES SALES & SERVICE
settlement.Those negotiations lons seems too much. state agency to receive financial C
similar to the 1965- of 1972 $65,286
months funds have been
were six ; spent, and & HEATING
presently underway Graudons, reports from all AIR CONDITIONING
are power cities
67 cases In which Bradford George received on January 8 for how they are planned to be e
tax assessments had been up- plant superintendent who attends so different state agencies the final six months of 1972; spent for the remainder of
Board Chairman Ralph Bryan held by the courts. council meetings,pointed wanting copies of Starke's audit and $41,164 for the first quar the For Service In
said last Wednesday that, out that the dog catcherwas for instance, would havea
In any event, the board will Judge Murphree again up- limited to one tank of source, saving the city trou- ter Brown of 1973.said the county expects Starke (Including Inside City)
Insist the 1968-71 assessmentbe held the county's position.But gas per week by the coun- to receive three more
adhered to. the district court ruled that cil when the policy of city ble.Prison quarterly payments of $41- Lawtey Raiford
Contest with Container star- one year's assessments can- gas for the dog catcher was Riot. 164 during 1973, bringing the Neighbors
ted back In 1965, when the not be based on ,a prior year's made. total received In revenue My Kingsley Lake & Hampton
company filed suit In protestof assessments but must standon "I've seen city trucks delivering funds for the two
Its tax assessments,claim- Its own merits. The higher children to school," (From Page 1)) sharing 1972-73 to $297,959.
Ing Assessor Gene Long's fig court also stated that the Councilman Neil Tucker said. years Brown said that so far the CALL MAXVILLE
ures for that year on timber- woodland's section of the tax "Well, this has come up out, reducing the number left has spent only $18,200of
lands were Illegal and confis- assessor's guide should have before. It looks like we'll inside to 41, Fortner said county this amount, with $16,000
catory.In been used In making the as- have to go to a motor pool," describing the manner in divided among the county and 289-2281
1966 and 1967 Container which prison officials nailed
sessments. said Mayor McRae. and
fire departments
again tiled additional suits. At that point he named Coun- down the number of Inmates $2,200 city given to the CUBB Economic I Complete
The three suits were broughtto That guide was not used cilman Vernon Silcox and Nell Involved. Agency to make up VIE SEQo We L' 771-4340 LP Gas
trial before Circuit Jude: by Assessor Long,Shaw points Tucker to Investigate and Inmates left Inside were told for a cut In Federal funds for eecnnsrut
John A. II.Murphree, out. The law states that If make a recommendation to to come out, that they would the fiscal year ending July Tanks ..... Service
His not be harmed, and not to
of the county.
ed In favor the guide was not used the the council.In .
verdict was upheld by the district burden to prove assessmentsvalid other action Tuesday let a few do the thinking for Brown said he must sub- JACKSONVILLE
all, the warden said. He then 103rd ST.
and then the state supreme falls back onto the county night, the council: mit a list to the U. S. Trea- 6641 -
them five minutes to
court. Container paid ; he added. -Indicated its intention to gave sury Department by June 20
Its taxes In fulls soon af- consult with the Bradford evacuate the garment factory. showing how the county plans .r
Before the time the
County Commission to establish was up to spend these funds. So far,
vacated the building.A -- -
hours in which alcoholic men the County Commission has ------ -
beverages may be sold. Attorney preliminary estimate of list of
damages places the figure at made up no priority ....
Snapper.The Pierce pointed out set- projects to be funded, the GIFTS FIT FOR A QUEEN
the loss of
$37,400 including! 0
ting certain hours Is a mat-
clerk said.
mower that works ter of ordinance and can be some $20.000 of work In prog- City Clerk Merrill Ed- m..F
that Is In the
time by the ,
changed at any wards reports that the City O D
council. Present ordinance allows all times. The estimate total of$123-
has received a
like beaver.It's also Included damage doneto '
a sales from 7 a.m. to 281 in revenue sharing funds
midnight. Pierce said, how- sewing machines shelving, through April. This repre- ,
office furniture, a
ever, that distance liquor cabinets sents $98,574 received In two ,
Installations, and
the best riding stores must be from churches fan phone payments for 1972 and the
mower you'll find. schools, etc. should be the inmates also set a fire. first quarterly payment of I
established before a store is $28,707 for 1973. The City ,
Tough, rugged and/ opened, to keep a business Shootout expects to receive three more 4
powerful enough from being "grandfathered quarterly payments for this
". in." The city has no footage (From Page 1)) year of approximately the '
to sweep, doze, law. now, but does restrict same amount, bringing the total -
liquor stores to commercialareas. the night of revenue sharing funds MAGIC GHEE
haul, fertilize or "It's a crime breeding for 1972-73 to $209,402.
aerate when equippedwith -Was told by Councilman place it degrades the com- Edwards said that only some
Schaefer that the widening and munity and makes It unsafe. $25,000 had been spent from
attachments. Ilmerocklng project on Gei- The council can take some the fund so far, which was
Comfortable, safe maneuverability. ger and Wilson Roads is com- positive action, we know" used for paving three streets, > Wood Tone Trim
plete, that Parker, Powell, said Mrs. Williams. Reno residents Estelle Powell, and Parker,
Fully enclosed transmission. Five forward and Estelle Streets are pre- have requested the and for engineering servicesIn 1. _. .____ ''GTI \ .> Removable oven door
Powerful 5 and 8 HP sently being hard topped. The place be closed several times, connection with the sewer
speeds plus reverse. council also gave Schaefer and were plainly fed up with system. .'- .1 Clock with 1-hour timer
engines. Priced much lower than many bulky permission to obtain pricesfor the situation. He said that the City had -- :'
retopping Walnut and Pratt Lawmen entered the scene \ : .> Lift-Up cook top
garden tractors. ,
fIAPPER. Streets. when Jenkins entered the "
-Adopted three resolutionssent county jail at 9:30 Saturday of McNeil there. :, .- ,a I'i, No-drip, recessed cook top
McDonough Power Equipment. Inc J\subsidiary of Fuqua Industries In< to the city by various night as he was bleeding pro- An investigation Into the l <' (((!"" -
cities and state agencies. Positions fusely from his wounds, and shooting is being conductedby
taken by the councilare he asked that he see the sher- Deputy; Moore with the assistance = "" ?
JOES : of the Starke Police I THE FOLLOWING
Ave. 1) Urging. repeal of regional iff.Deputy Sheriff Glen Moore Department. No charges have
224 E. Washington planning commissions in rushed Jenkins to the hos- been filed In the case.
Phone 964-7580 hopes that control of local pital, and then went to the After hearing Williams,Ma- FEATURES
area will be returned to cities juke and found the dead bodywKft.ra yor Commissioner Jimmy

.... ... .......... .... .. ... .........................,.......HHH...................._............................................................................................'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..J McRae stated that "This Is
: ::: :::::::::::: ::: a bad situation which has existed. HAVE NEVER BEENOFFERED'

es -' :;:i ."
N :' 'Councilman' Neil, -Tucker .
.... then raised the question of j
; :::: whether or not the retail business -
jj :::;: license could be lifted
:::: ::c from the place. AT
:.:.:.;. ::: Council attorney George CJ,:: -
::: Pierce stated that it the place
; BEFOI$185.OO
.{ ::i affects health, safety and wel- THIS PRICE
...' :::; fare the license can be lifted.
}:-:.': ::::; After that Tucker made a
:::3'i i motion that the license be
II IL :: lifted from John Perkins and V MAGIC CHEF

\} that the man be requested to
:r appear before the council and With Tradi
I : show cause why the license SAWYER-SLADE
:: should not be lifted. Council GAS
: :; man Orle Wiggins seconded
:::: the motion which passed un- 332 W. Madison
:: animously.
:::: Another lady In the assem- St.rk.-Fla.
, ;::: bly before the council said
:: bullets rained on her house
,-.' :: and McRae said "from whatI 964-7701
hear It sounded like the old
:: west."

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( Mrs. A. J. Barry and tarniv -
By EllMbeth Tarry Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor their son and daughterinlaw .. attended the NeedleworkMr.
man were dinner guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Reggie showing In Fort Lauderdalewer
r lr' ..Norman of Chlefland Tuesday Miss Kay Turner Is home and Mrs. Kirby Pad- Mrs. J. W. Klncald Is vis- Mrs. W. L. Harrington and the weekend. They were
evening. for the summer from North gett of Plant City were week-: iting her sister, Mrs. C. C. Mrs. C. N. Christy attendedthe accompanied by Mrs. F. H.
Mrs. Truby Wainwright, Florida Junior College. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hoppe, In Tampa while Mr. Friday Musical recitalon Kramer who visited Miss Bev-
GAINESVILLE Mrs. Hermle Kelly,Mrs. Paul P. D. Reddish. Hoppe Is seriously ill In the Sunday afternoon at which erly Patterson of Miami.
Dinkins, Mrs. Ernest Wells, Members of the Canasta Tampa General Hospital. Shannon rfar..nnl'artlc1pated. -
Mrs. O. J. Boyette, Mrs. Club, Mrs. George Flynn,Jr., Mrs. Agnes Heath of Fort Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson -
George Kelley, Mrs. Wllman Mrs. J. B. GodwIn. Mrs. R. Lauderdale Is visiting her mother Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes spent Friday overnightat
t Business Directory Wainwright, Miss ArthurIne V. Turner, Mrs. Maxie Car- Mrs. J. S. Sapp. and were In Ocala Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Adldn- St. Augustine.Lt. .
Blanchard, Mrs. Gene Pearson ter, Jr., Mrs. James R. Red- family for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Weekly. son of St. Cloud, and Sud-
I Harold Godwin and bury, Canada, were last Wed- Mrs. Don Ko-
and Mrs. Robert Lee attended dish, Mrs. Col. and
r AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES the Fashion Show and Mrs. J. E. Denmark, spent Local admittances to Brad- nesday overnight guests of retz and daughter, Manya, of
sandwich luncheon given by the weekend atDaytonaBeach.For Mrs. Jettye Hazen of ford County Hospital this week Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Alexandria Va. are spending

BRASINGTON Johnson Paris, Inc. the Lawtey Home EconomicsClub Gainesville was a Sunday visitor Include:: Tom Hardy Hamp- ten days with her mother,

SEEDS PLANTS at the Agricultural Building The First Tim of Mrs. A. E. McKinney ton; Mrs. Evelyn St. John, For The First Tim Mrs. Arlen McKnIght. Mrs.
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE P.t SuppliesFERTILIZERS In Starke last Thurs- She. Mrs. Cleo Sullivan and RIchard McKnIght also had as week-
SALES 8. SERVICE Insecticides Beautiful Ladles Julian McRae was transferred Crews Starke; Mrs. Beautiful Ladl** Shoe, end guests Mr. and Mrs. T.

Fine selection of Used Cart Wt Rent Fertiliser Spreaders day.Ray Dorman, of Orlando, Handbag 8. M.n. B.Its. Monday from Bradford Dorothy Engelke, Melrose; Handbag, & M.n't B.ltt, T. Langston of Manning. S.
Taken On Cadillac Trades 8th Ph. 378-0476 visited his sister, Mrs. Bry- Bulllngten't Gift Shop County Hospital to Riverside Manuel Youngblood, Waldo; C. and David McKnIght of
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378.5301 224 N.W. ant Reddish, last Thursday. Hospital for surgery. and Mrs. Francis Livingston, Bulllngtan't Gift Shop the University of South Flo-
Friends of Marshall M. M. Mrs. Eleanor Palmes of Keystone Heights. rida.
BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS Jordan were glad to learn Kathleen Is visiting the Richard Mrs. Titus Olson was a -- ---
that he returned home from St. John family while Tuesday overnight guest of
POWELL'S LIDDELL Baptist Hospital Wednesday, Mrs. St. John Is a patientIn Mr and Mrs. Paul Hawkins ,

Beauty Academy after spending several days Bradford County Hospital. In Jacksonville. J"q .II/, '
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Glass CompanySpar. there. ..:. "
Your Har John of Ricky Johns has entered his : ,. -..'.. ..' HOMEON
Learn a Profession In Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Seaman Vincent St. \\ ..' ; ." ,
Spar. Tim. Full or Part For Every Purpo. bin Donna and Mrs. Gay- Port Canaveral spent the freshman year Jacksonville! "A,.'\." ,'.'. ."
Tim. Sto.e'Fronts Mirrors nell Mooty visited friends and weekend with his parents,Mr. University.Mr. : .".' .

219 N.W. 10 th 378.2766 *< Tub Enclosures Showers relatives over the Easter and Mrs. Richard St. John. and Mrs. J. L. Andrews \ ..' ..
Gloss weekend In Clarkston, Ga. Mrs. Mlllard Judd \ OF THE
Furnitures. Top and t
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kel- David L. Newham son of attended the Art Show at Cedar .ji ll\

R.ploc.dELECTRIC ley and family visited their Mrs. Ruby Hersey, spent Easter Key over the weekend. "-. I m ..,...,
NEW LOCATION brother and sister-in-law, weekend at Oral Roberts'University ". I I -
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hodges in Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and I.f.-: PARKWOODHOMEDALE
Motor Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville In Macclenny, on Sun- where he attended a youth semlnar. -- Mrs. Bess Terrell visited 71 /.-. ..,

37281913721102 Mrs. G. S. Newcomb In fuf Dr*.m Can ..' ./ ;.
Of Gainesville. Inc. day.Mrs.. Edgar Cauley and children L nmm A tvallly' Nw .*."
Rewinding with her Gainesville Monday. .. ..'
Repairing spent a week .v :.
N.w And Used In-laws, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. ..
ler family of New Smryna William George was music :
am '
Ph. 372-8318 of Baxley, Ga. : FERNWOOD
2816 N.W. 6th Cauley Mrs., Ronnie Mosley, of Beach were Saturday over- leader at the Area Music leadership ;\ '
THIS SPACE class at Thomas Me- 'N\ '
I e? MOVERS Maxville, visited her parents, night guests of their parents, f
Church In I ;
morial Baptist
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mos-
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice \ .j; HARVARD
I Long Distance Moving (FOR( SALE during the week. ley. Quincy Monday to Thursdayof

Storage Packing The Senior MYFYoung Peo- last week. ,
Crating Shipping ple from Wesley Gene Wiggins of Fairburn
Fr. Estimates Coll thodist Church of Jacksonvilleare ACTIVITIES 100
United Methodist Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Hwy.
Painting Party. Grace
having a

' of Their Mr.project and Mrs.was George the home Kelly a.m.Church Worship- Sunday Services School,11 a.m.9:45 Beach Wiggins, Va.Wiggins and, and son Mr.and of family and Virginia Mrs.of M Bl lH''1 iBl i K eyslone IIgls.. Fla
They enjoyed volley ball and 7 p.m. MYF Monday 7p.m. Jacksonville spent the week- '' 473.3029
and a cook-out. The money followed by Choir Prac-
MUSIC end with their parents, Mr.
obtained from this project will tice.
Van 5ervi *, Inc. be used for them to attend and Mrs. Orle Wiggins. SPECIALTOTAL

3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'villi BALDWIN Youth Camp this summer. The United Methodist Wo- Dr. J. W. Brownlee has returned -

372-4271 Hughes, who men were hosts for a stork after undergoing sur-

t. AUTO SALES SERVICE PIANOS & ORGANS Is Mrs.formerly Nannette of Iran brother-, spenta shower Dempsey at honoring the home Mrs.of Mrs.H. John. gery In Riverside' Hospital ELECTRIC 12 x 60 Parkwood $7695
with her
few days recently.
BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS in-law and sister Mr. and C. Wainwright on Saturday |

i CMS., INC. -p.haa, Mrs. Jack'to her Kuhne home, in and Green returned night.Mrs. Dempsey After playing opened one game her, Dr.Knoxvllle and Mrs. Jay Tenn.Moseleyof were 3 Br 2 Bath & Den 24 x 60 Harvard $13,150.- .

Cove Springs Thursday. Her gifts which were presentedto weekend guests of Mrs. J.

MUSIC Co. who daughter lived Marjorie with the Denman Kuhne'sfor Refreshments her by Mrs.were Don then Denton.serv- H.. H.Moseley Adams.and Dr. and Mrs.H. 3 Br 2 Bath 24x50 Tiffany $9,465

ed to the 22 ladles present.
G'ville Shopping Cen. a few months, returnedto
Factory AuthorizedSales 372-5351 Green Cove Springs with Church- Dr. and Mrs. Heinz Stoel- $4,545
S Po".IOJC i her mother. Highland Baptist 9:45 Wor- ting and family have returned 2 8r 1 Bath 12 X 52 Fernwood
Parts-Service Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore Sunday School a.m. to their home In Berlin,
210 N. Main Gainesville, Fla. were dinner guests of their ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Germany after three and a $4,195ESTABLISMED
_172-2583 son-in-law and daughter, Mr. p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday half weeks stay at the D. W. American
SALES & SERVICE II' "I' Miillt Him' and Mrs. Wesley Thomas, and 7:30 p.m., followed by Whlffen summer home at 2 Br Bath 12 x 46

CAMPER Rtp.lr I Svirfllif, Inc. son, in Live Oak, last Fri- Choir Practice. KIngsley Lake.
I day. On their way there they I
Authorized Dealers carried their daughterinlaw -

f=::. ', Gainesville' I For Evons-lnterthem I baby, In Mrs.Lake Chuck City some Moore str and w- 1904, 7'temeltdoee4 Satttlt9 KE1WZ...7 f or',

k: CAMPER MART, Siegler Heating 1&: berries. B

Gainesville Air Conditing Equip. Mesdames Edgar Cauley, .... ."........ ....... Oft AIRCONDITIONERS
3111 H. Main \ \ ItCewiRatto
Calvin Lee, Paula, Alice and
378-2954 T Bay Service Dept Accessories Supplies Kitty Starling were hostesses :".L Lilttll' OMPAtf I

Compltte Camping Store Parts and Service for a bridal shower last 5,000 BTU DELUXEPORTACOOl Now during Bodcock'i Spring Hom.mok.r Acctinten 13 CU. FT.
Sales: Concord. Volunteer, Friday night at the home of WV'V i/ Vdluvt Sol., a multi-carload prt.oton spvcialpurchat UPRIGHT FREEZER
Flem Starling, by Badcock .nabl., UK to bring youth
Sm key, Midas, Adventure Mr. and Mrs. Room air conditionerQuick .. .makobl. valuvt and Having.. Compareand (Right)
Wheels, Morris, Monitor, Fan. 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville honoring Mrs. Tommy Star- air ditcharge mount .panel 8.petition Top .. for yourtvlfl food Store 440 lbs. fro... I Han

Explorer, Sports Coach 378-8902 ling Mr., a recent and Mrs.bride.Jerry Vog- II t / thermactat. lilWashabl.n, E,.haut,flipo peea SAVE $20 High forage capacity door

$ : ;r.w Concealed control 1 8,000 BTU Automotive type i iPott lock
hnotal. Perfect for Original Price) e freete .
bedroom and mall o, r
living area $199.9SSAVE

Original Pricy $20 20AC k $17995 e4 vice

19AC ,e;;J99S CONDITIONER 20AC r 19995
Quick mount panels. Top air; discharge.; Fits 15.3 CU. FT.
Saue 6o 18,500 BTU COOl 18,000 windows, 34" to 36"W CHEST FREEZER
DI'i' I AIR CONDITIONER SAVE $ $ $ -- Stores 333 j 5 Ibt. froien
conditioner unit BTU food
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May'3, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pag 7

In Corrections9Month Pine Level I .. s.rwwe The Test Is The Thing Spread It Around

HAMPTON Uterine cancer deaths were Spread the;>word that earlycut

Is Proclaimed Treasure Hunt T1r in half in 30 years!! after the detection of cancer can save
A Pap test helped doctors detect lives. Give generously to the
:Twenty-two young people AREA NEWSBy the-disease early and treat it American Cancer Society
Through the guidance and ,from Pine .Level Baptist promptly.To develop more life- whose programs of education
leadership of Rev. James T., Church grades 6-8: ,* went on saving tests and treatments, research and service will help
Tompkins, Religious Coordinator the most puzzling treasure Josephine Fontaine\ support your American Cancer reduce the cancer toll.
Religious Program
within the Florida Divisionof hunt ever last Saturday, according Society.
to Rev. John Stvck1
Correction has taken afor- regular meeting of the
ward step with having the i Starting. groups off with Senior Citizens Club will be (r.A4'LP,_....-.."_I '
month of May proclaimed 'clue and a piece of the trea- tomorrow evening at730pm. j f? fS tff ftOS4 ., .oa O4AO-CqDoupLE
ywvStudents' I .
"Church In Corrections School. fCLP INC 1901 Ntt IFTw 100T..T
sure map 'the youngsters at the Old Hampton PAT Of S .*.' CF CCVT LoT'" t CF *P H 6 OHT LPT A
Month." The proclalmatlon to some new f Of ftfl ffl C. SCI/4 CF 9CI/4 OF RMIX4 It OF ST SI FK PC'.Toesc
headed In all directions seekIng We hope see ORdritLC4s THE FCLI on'..oA-1'I.On: i* :. ,*-,;? o A .* 3"*
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signed by Gov. Reubln /
was the regular Oa 95.Oa 9A.JO21O 90.722 # w
Askew on April 20. the treasure.. Clues were faces as well as .*,..*. PI*.*. *.b.. ft7 .*...* ....*.]. .
-" -*""""-"- --*--"-- --" ---
T found at the prison, a haunted members. 2e *; 22 ;044-ccloe O*;iii---
grave yard, a ghostly deserted CC. AT CChC FA_tttNC I/* 9CC tCP CF ft LI** CF ftC W fO* rfNTW
Rev. Tompkins started with church and other TEEN.TIME 800..(* N 11* *0.. N .11..' TO POBt
the Division of Correctionsas mysterious Model AirplaneHas Last Saturday evening the .J* rt *.ta ...fcl ..3.,1S. t Tt>6 .
places. --- ---- --------- ------------- ----- -- ------ -- .
Chaplain of the Florida Teen-Agers of Hampton had 8. .s.. oCM-CC' D 04ftpI7o"CfM
Mrs. Mark Moody's group Nr P.AN r"'LP'' 0 .T AL aY 1
State Prison before becom- the Brief Airborne their Monthly Dance at the NW COO PUN P SOC* 8 T?'"' FQ" POe e '10' 0 TV* .W 5J7
found treasure first, a LifeA TO 72' TO PC*
ing the Religious Coordinator gift certificate from Wish- Hampton City Hall with mus-; 2 8..tT *.90 .. .".5* ..3..'. *1...AIa ... .
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In the late 1950's. He has bone Fried Chicken for each ic by "The 13 Hour Band"1They > us JJ"7"o" 0.9-iaWhlTFtCAO
IDA C '>T 1 1C* A'0LCT
t sMurner
not only brought unity In the member of the group. Other ii airplane was built were chaperoned by *0 IN IhCIAh DTCM UNIT Il
Religious Program throughout and also .. .e..0 J.fln Bft.AI *t.92. .141.41S3 .
Btau 'rd Middle School of the parents
sponsors were Youth Pastor by some -"""""" ""--"*"------- -- *"-
the Division, but has also Gary Wheeler Mrs. Vera Industrial Arts students Marshall Parker. Mr. Jordan .e* 126t21 OPFAIfl OKHARO L S'* 932* PEARL, .eo ST ca-OT
brought the program up to Thornton Mrs. Mrs. shown in the Bradford County reports that the young people LeT M IN INDIAN !.EACH UNIT .9'III. ./2P2.00
Broome _._ _.13.T._ '3.1._._ ..a.s2_ _. 4OH.04. .
of the In
one finest the John Strickland and Mrs.John Fair and after its two were the most orderly 3C 0227eaa7--- ------ -- --- -- 69.00-------.-.-.-.3-0.--- -
nation. He Is often called on Kenney.'" and a half minute flight, demo- group that you would hopeto DCobLF earl INC. 1901 KM 12TH ROLCT9
1.5 OH NIL. nF "E'/ ft THAT "OA' i"F GOVT LOT 9 WHICH
by chaplains from other State the inherent dignity of lished. find place, and he
every any LIPS. .B OF ST TO for assistance and. consulta- human being is also It took the students from and 'other adults were very .0..... .,9.3. .. .J3.90 *1.1" STOO3K .
very --- ----------------------- ---
tion. much concerned with teaching Seminary Day the start of September to proud 9f them.FRIENDS ii--aa--eao.a-oloo0 O A Cft1ft PPCOAK DR o6Ti4CPAKB
In Issuing the proclamation, and encouraging right con the end of March to erect LOT 10 OF ACMINCLK MlOOff C. f OF UN-FPC.PLAT DISC O& DK 7ft-

Gov. Askew urged all con- duct," the proclamation said 'Set Sunday the airplane that had to be & NEIGHBORS 26.2. -e0-0 ......7 ft"...Of. n.... t.9.4tfKPHQC
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cerned citizens to recognizeand In praising the program and started In flight with a gull Tom Hardy Is In the Brad- I1 ,92-i 2270-a-P2ng0. .. ;;;: i----
support the efforts of the work being carried on At Pine Level 'from a car."ThIs ford County Hospital. Mrs.E. Lei 90 OF SCWINClB OOVLB HOOT UNIT 2 CT UK**.TLT 192 rANT f PD. to
corrections chaplains. In the Ashford Ala. ...7..0 ....., 22.60. .a.sft. *t ia.s4TS.M >. .
prison system by the really shows what L. White of .. .. .
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"The Division of CorrectIons chaplains of all religious Dr Roy Johnson, vice-pre the Bradford Middle Schoolcan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J."TTicELLY
because It believes In faiths. sident of the Bible Baptist do," says Director Hardy Is here due to her TAX COLLECTOR
Seminary In Arlington Texas W V AlTlev. S father's': Illness.

Ada NewsomeMrs. II.E. StarlingHarley will speak Sunday, May 6, The dimensions of the plane Becky Crawford celebrated -
at Pine Level Baptist Churchat were a 15 foot wing span, her 7th birthday on April
both the 10:50 a.m. and nine foot length and a 2 27. Not only did she have a
Ada Newsome, 86, of Earl Starling, 77, 7 p.m. Seminary Day services 1/2 horsepower gasoline en- big t Birthday> cake, but her NAVY RECRUITING
Starke, died Tuesday Apr. of Graham, died Saturday In according to Rev. John gine In the front. sister Mrs. Robert Burns
24, In a local hospital afteran a Gainesville hospital aftera Strickland, pastor. Members of the first groupof presented! her with a brand COMMAND
extended Illness. She was long Illness. He was bornin During services a special art students are Glen new nephew. What could be
born In Starke on Aug. 22. LaCrosse on Jan. 2, 1896 offering will be taken to go Nettles, Mark Joyner Jack nicer than becoming an aunt, This I Is to Certify that John Doe

1886 the daughter of the late and had lived In Graham since toward building a needed gym- Parrish Olie Shepard, Steve at seven years old, and on hat b..n guaranteed training In &

Ervin and Sarah Bohannon 1945. He was a retired farmer natorlum at the Christian Dixon, Eugune Johns Joey your birthday too. th. Dental Tech ((16 w..kL Close A
Johns. She was a memberof a veteran of World War I, school; Pine Level's goal for Faulkner. Keith Kelly Roger Mrs. Evelyn Powell and School with an nllttm.nt dot of (
the Airpark Baptist Church. and a deacon In the Graham the project Is $1,000, Rev. Bennett, Jack WatsonDa- daughter Susie attended the
Baptist Church. Strickland says. vid Dawton, Toni Stallnecker Tenna Hammon, Art Festival at Cedar Key 3 Sptml 1973.

Surviving are four daugh- After the evening servicea Max Williford, Rlchy Dia- Karen Powell, Mark Joyner last weekend. RM. 304, FEDERAL BLDG.
time of fel- mond, DwIght Hewett, and Billy Stone Jeffery Jockel
refreshments ,
ters, Mrs.. Gladys Ivey, Oca- Surviving Is his wife. Pear- GAINESVILLE
lowship and a question and Frankie Crews, April Stevens
la Mrs. Crawford Thomas of Gra-
lie Starling
; time to the The second Is Eddie Butler WIl- Ladles Auxiliary of The
Starke Mrs. Willie Mae Davis Starling answer pertaining group Craig Jimmy RECRUITING STATION
Jennings -
ham two
Jacksonville; and Mrs. ; sons both seminary will be held. Bradley. Randy Corbin, Alvin liams, Tommy Meng Mary Volunteer Fire Dept.will meetat
; and Morris Starling
Clark four Visitors are always wel- Ann Reames, and Gene Tan- the Fire House at 8 p.m. SMC J.M. WEHUNT, USN ,
Alma Lawtey; of Graham;two brothers Rus- Mrs. HollidayMrs.
Monday May 7.
come at Pine Level Rev. ,
sons, Pitt, Jim, Ernie and sell Starling and Guy Starling, ner. Hampton City Council will RECRUITER
Paul Newsome all of Starke; both of Starke; three sisters says. Maude Holliday, 89, ::: : : : :: : :::
:: :: :: : : : :::: meet at the City Hall Tuesday -
two brothers, Johnny Johns Mrs. Viola Edmondson and of Starke died Monday following 8 at 8 I HIGH SCHOOL GRADS: LET ME PUT YOUR.NAME?

Miami Palm Beach; and ;Perry one sister Johns,, West Mrs. Mrs.Miami Murry, and Mrs.O'Steen Ethel, both Mae of CARD OF THANKS She was an born extended In Monterey Illness. j r Card Of ThanksWith |jt May ., pjn.. ON THIS CARD. OVER 75 GUARANTEED SCHOOL"Y,!

Lillie Cruce, Tulsa, Okla.; Grammer, of Atlanta, Ga.; six Mich on Sept. 15, 1883, and &WV:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::; The man at the next desk PROGRAMS. STARTING PAY $307.00 PER MO.VTIU
seven grandchildren ten grandchildren, and six great- had been a resident of Starke deepest gratitude we doesn't brag' I' about his brother' [THIS IS WHAT YOUR VOLUNTEER FORCE IS ALL
Edna New- job in the White House
and of
great-grandchildren one grandchildren. Memory for more than 20 years.
extend this word of thanks
since it turned out ABOUT. SEE YOUR NAVY
greatgreatgrandchild.Funeral some: Surviving are one son, Arthur any more /
for the kind acts of
friends of many to be 10 unimportant he hasn't
.To the many Holliday of Starke, two sympathy expressed by
services were held Funeral services were held our dear departed daughterand grandchildren, and one great- thoughtful, friends. These even been, mentioned in the

at 2:30: p.m. Thursday, Apr. at 3 p.m. Tuesday In the An- sister for your presence grandchild. kindnesses have meant muchto Watergate .case.
26, in Jones Memorial Cha- tioch Baptist Church near La- prayers flowers, and donations Funeral services were held us. A special thanks to i '
pel at Starke with Rev. Dor- Crosse with Rev. John Ross Please accept our at 2 p.m. Wednesday In Jones the doctors and nurses of Trrrr Tririnn>"BTnr8'Tnr "a' 6"B"B>
sey Layman conducting. Interment and Elder Dean Hansen con- gratitude. It helped to bear Memorial Chapel with Rev. Bradford County Hospital. The

was in Elzey Chapel ducting. Interment was In Antioch the pain of our loss. May George L. Harper and J. A. Ada Newsome family.MEMORIAL. Lect WE KNOW WHAT'S BEST FOR. =
Cemetery In Union County under Cemetery with DeWitt God bless all of you. -- Soule conducting. Intermentwas
direction of DeWitt C. C. Jones Funeral Home in Mrs. Effle Howe, Elizabeth In Crosby Lake Cemetery
Jones Funeral Home. charge. Beatrice, Louise, and under direction of DeWitt C. The
Charles. Jones Funeral Home. In the memory of my son, For MorrH R

--. James. R. Norman, whom I G 1 tt .
loved and cherished all of

/"I ., .. ." ,." ..., . his 26'years. He.is ro1th.God.handsIn .
Dear mothers put your
God's hand and live a Christian And Useful Also

life before them, that
one day your children will
reach for God's hands, and 60th ANNIVERSARY

God Is always ready and wait- WEST BEND,
ing to accept them. Pray /or
New your children dally that they SPECIAL I !

might hear you, and men they a .
will listen for God's call.

In my heart, the spirit says
6 I laytex'ITM these words.
Life Is but a garden In
which we plant the seeds of budgetpleasing

f? LI M'vT 1 MTMA Hope ness, and of kindly Love and thoughts Tender-and cookware..in your

deeds; and when the sun has
.w risen and the seeds begin to favorite color !

swimsuits grow, they flourish In our
.,i j dear ones because we love:
1 t.: them so.

k helps you look pounds younger But when the sun has set.*
k'r tied beyond the distant hill
and the tender bloom has van
smooths and firms your figure ished with the dear heart tint

IlfiN provides superb fit is still we must keep tie t 3Ft

cool and garden blooming with Courage F
.d amazingly light
Faith, and Trust, .ill
comfortable to wear loved in
we meet our ones

let your body be the judge Heaven as we must.

I try this new Playtex Pray with me, you kind>eo-
ple that I may accept tiese
I ( JIM I "' swimsuit and words In my mind as they 1Colors

get ready for a whole new are In my heart; that t may

you in appearance and go on witnessing for my"-ord. r
comfort. This is the Thanks to you for dl the
,' magic of Spanette nice things you did vhen I
t I lost my only son.
-a unique Playtex
Ii -Elsie M. Jiorman!
fabric inventionso )
stretchable it
r' ; practically comes
I /
:o !:fe on yC'urt..dv. Avocado Green

It's so

j; cool and light, yet
I I' I / t
it holds in and
# you
slims you down without All with NO-STICK interiors! $

i { y pushing you out 95

,p someplace else. It moves 19 L

'r with your body fights -

j ride up and stretching C 7 pc. SET
a Ask
out of shape.

i ey Now you can look betterin CharleE.

! 1 a swim suit chosen from
I '* S S\ 1 this figure-flatteringcollec- 1 QT. SAUCE PAN > Put colorful cookware excitement into your kitchen

.1 1 I '% I r tion of new Playtex COVER FOR 1 QT. SAUCE PAN with this new West Bend 60th Anniversary Special! "N

1 lr/X, JIM-IIUM swimsuits. JohnsAbol1t 3* 2 QT. SAUCE PAN Pans are genuine porcelain-on-aluminum .

COVER FOR 2 QT. SAUCE PAN iadeproof, stain-resistant and dishwasher-safe.

'I, t 5 QT. DUTCH OVEN-ROASTER In Avocado green,
: ( THs Question:
4:9! with matching epoxy-on-aluminum covers.
married next 3* 10" CHICKEN FRYER-SKILLET
"I will' be Comfortable handles have flame guards and holes

month. bother suggeststhat COVER FITS 10" SKILLET AND for hanging. And each pan is rugged, even-heating
I insure! my engagement DUTCH OVEN
STUMP"S" aluminum with scratch-resistant NON-STICK

( j \S\\ and wedding ring, plus Recipe! Booklet fmi; ,,h for na.v cleaning: .fioma no*..!
", \ q and also ny wedding gifts -,

Dent. Store j' against 1.s l ', theft or accidental I Pp1PLtrl

135 E. Call St. damage:,She fills'it
a 'floater policy. Dto you Denmark Furniture
s laytex a Co. OlStarkeo
have such Insurance?
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LIMN TRIM I Charley E.

tl\ N .suuimsuit JOHNS AGENCY13t

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BRADFORD ____ _n ._.ea.rsrss

Harry Chapin Day' Temporary Board Set Up

trrapPag.8 Set By SportsmenAt For Clay County ZoningLee

Airport 19The Drawdy of Orange Park To do otherwise would leave a new administrator has
TELEGRAPH Moy 3, 1973 May was elected chairman Monday the county; without any zoning not been appointed to succeed
night of a temporary Zoning regulations at all, he said. Floyd Gnann, who was dismissed
Board hastily organized to The attorney also advised along with the board
Keystone Heights key shoot live entertainment carry on zoning functions the board that It would have members. John Kopelousoswas
Clay County Recreation Sportsman's Club will sponand a barbecue dinner. Dr. until a new zoning ordinance, tQ have a temporary board re-employed as Zoning
sor a "Harry Chapin Day" O. E. Frye, Jr., directoron restructuring the zoning set- composed of at least enough Board attorney.
Board Plans on May 19 at the club facilities the Florida Game & Fresh up In Clay County, can be members to comprise a quo- The regular meeting of the
73 Program at the Keystone Water Fish Commission will drawn up and adopted. rum under the old ordinance, Zoning Board will be heldat
CJ Heights Airport. be the guest speaker. Monday night's meeting was which provided a board of 8 p.m. Thursday, May
The new Clay County Recreation and the County; Commission. Park, 650. Other smaller Harry Chapin was a Florida the third special session held 11. 3, in Its office In the annexon
Board, recently appointed Their cooperation with the areas will be developed In Wildlife officer who was kUAll profits will be donated since the County; Commission Consequently a temporary Highway 16.
by the County Commissioners newly elected Recreation the near future. led In the line of duty; tryto the "Harry Chapin Memor- suddenly dismissed all mem- board of 11 members was
has made public Board U described as out- The County; Commissionerscan Ing to apprehend fire hunters. tel Foundation, Inc."The pub- bers of the 11-man Zoning appointed, consisting of Mary Clay CountyC
the coordinated program beginning standing, and a bright future feel proud that they haveat Activities for the day will tic Is Invited to support this Board at Its regular meetingon Higgenbotham, DisU; R. Lee
In 1973. This will is expected In the field of Include skeet shooting, April 24. This
long last Initiated an over- turclub project. action Drawdy, Wst. 2; Fred Barth- Of C Meet
include the phasing In of recreation for the fast expanding due recreation program.How was taken, members of low, Wst. 3; T.W. Baker,
various facets In the next population of Clay far Its goes will dependon Voncile Ketch Is Medalist the Commission said, due Dist. 4; Jos. K. Cooper, Dlst. Set For May 7
few years, Involving an expansion County.; cooperation, financing, to conflicts of Interest on 5: two holdover members.
program that will Ninety; percent of the financing and a good well-planned, the part of some board mem- Roy Watkins Keystone "
Include the various associa- now lies with the various long range program which Winner Of Ladies Tourney bers and numerous complaints Heights, and Thomas- McMil In KeystoneThe
tions now In existence. associations, but the county will ultimately be under the received by the Commission lan, Orange Park (who received Greater Clay County;
The ultimate aim of will hopefully) become more guidance of a well qualified Voncile Ketch was the Med- meeting of the Women's Golf about actions of the board. their appointmentsfrom Chamber of Commerce has
the Board is to have a com- financially helpful as the full time recreation director alist winner of the Ladles Association will also be "Awards There was no appeal from the Governor); and four announced a general meetingto
plete In-depth program that program progresses. Ap- who will work on acountywlde; Golf Association Club Cham- Day" for the ladies and Zoning Board decisions, and members of the Commission, be held at'8 p.m. Monday,
will Include full and part time proximately 2,800 people will basis. pionship tournament which the beautiful Ladles Cham- this is one of the deficienciesthat L. H. Lancaster, Elbert D. May 7, In the municipal build-
sports for people of all ages be Inolved In the summer are planned to be corrected Saunders, Olin Howard and
The public will be kept was played April 23-24. She pionship trophy will then be ing at Keystone Heights.
throughout the county. and fall of 1973. Informed periodically as to came In first In the Cham- awarded to Voncile Ketch. in the new ordinance. Mrs. Kathleen Murrhee. Businessmen and Indivi-
This summer the Association Sports Included In various the and pionship with At the special meeting Wed- The temporary committeethen In
progress growth of flight a low grossof Winners for the Thursday, duals interested Joining the
will take the first areas are: boys baseball, the new county; program. 86 and 171 for her 36 hole April 19, Best Ball of a Twosome nesday night Apr. 25, the acted to reappoint two Chamber, as well as present
step to partially unite the 7-17; girls softball, 7-17; The public Is asked to help total. Tournament were: Zoning Board's attorney,John building Inspectors, who ser- members, are Invited to attend -
various groups In Softball, tennis, and swimming.By the community associationwith Rae Allen was runner-up In Kopelousos, advised the Commissioners ved under the old board this meeting. Progressand
First Virginia Corey and Mildred
baseball, and swimming. All areas, the approximate donations and labor to the Championship flight, 17 Sutton with a score of- that they had Luke Lesley and George Griffin activity reports will be
parties involved will coordinate number of people Involvedare assist the of strokes above with the right to dismiss membersof so that this Important time
development a total 60; Second, Voncile Ketch and presented at this by the
their programs (In : Green Cove Springs, wholesome of 189 for the Zoning Board, but operation of the
a recreation pro- the two-day tour- Su Dwyer with 62. Putts for zoning office president Robert S. Cunningham -
part) with full sanctions of 300; Keystone Heights, 300, for could not abolish the ordinance would not be
gram the young peopleof nament. that day were won by Zee shut down. n and the vice presi-
the County Superintendent Mlddleburg, 350; Belmore- the community.; Eileen Lee came In for first Tolles with 30 and Eileen under which the board opera- It also re-employed an office dents of the chamber.
_of Schools, the School Board, Meadowbrook, 750; Orange low net and Mae Hendersonwon Lee coming In second with 32. ted until a new ordinance secretary, Lillie Kate Small, Refreshments will be serv
Counselors low putts for the two days could be drawn up! and adopted. to keep the office open. ed.I' .

KEYSTONE MELROSE with 70.Low ........TOT.T.T................. .......,. .....................,.......... ................ "........ .nT
From SJRJC gross winter In the New Weekly
first flight was Grace Hacker I I'
Watkins Writes Letter
BUSINESS DIRECTORY Due Here May 8 with 202 for the two days, Newspaper Open
and first low net was won by
On May 8, at.1 p.m., coun- Su Dwyer with 140. Second For KH A rea To The Voters Of Clay CountyOn
FISHER IAN'S SUPPLIES HARDWARE GARDENSLIM'S selors from St. John's River low net was won by Zee Tolles
Junior College In Palatka; will with 142 and Evelyn Heise
HARDWARE be at the Keystone Heights won putts with a total of 69. Next week the growing community Tuesday, April 24, the homes, thinking they had the Roy. L. Watkins
fI 'r ge School. Second flight was won by of Keystone Heightsand Clay County Commission In proto..tion of Zoning, who do Box 486, Ph. 473-4209
Parents and students are Kathy Redfearn with a low surrounding lake region three minutes abolished the not think they have it now. Keystone Heights, Fla. 32656 i
Fish -'H Stuff 8U.r UMTERLiv. welcome to come and discuss gross of 210. First low net Its will experience another first- Zoning Board that had been I
possible entrance to St.John's was won by Fern garber with own weekly newspaperto established by the legislatureand :
Bolt A complete line .f Hdw. River Junior College upon 149 and second low net was meet the need of Its expanding by a vote,of the people.
Crlckets.Shlnners.Warms BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS graduation and also classes won by Nancy O'Donoghue. economy. GRAHAM TILE LTD i
Minnows Phrmbin l 9 & Electrical Supp. that are made available to Bert Coollman won putts In The new paper, ""The Lake One woman was speaking
Gro-Tone Fertiliurs school senior students Region Monitor, will be against the board when Commissioner -
high this flight with 70. Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Hgtti
TACKLE RODS REELS published In the .
plant of the Lancaster
Ins.ctfeldsLICENSES during their last The June luncheon business
_ FISHING 8. HUNTING year. Bradford County Telegraph duced a paper and made a (Next To Belote Drugstore)
Lumb.r & Building Moterlals Inc. in Starke motion
AMMUNITION with Mrs. to abolish the board.It .
ICE Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From LightKeystone Linda Wharton as the Keys- was seconded, passed, and Week Days 8.6 Saturday 9-5
tone news correspondent and the meeting was adjourned.Not .
HII" 47J.4357: Keystone Helllh" 47J.3663:
KeystoneState subscription agent. The paper one word of discussionor <
will be distributed freeto comment was made. A < .O1\4'
more than 2,000 residents committee favoring the board
Bank for the first four weeks, was present In the front seats, <
THEISES TV & after whch regular subscrip- but was never permitted to C Free 4
APPLIANCE tions will
I become effective. speak.
Robbie's Camp 4 ; MEMBER F.D.I.C. Mrs. Wharton may be con- No action concerning Zoning 1 InstallationS'LE
Trailer Soles Qi1ti:rai' tacted at Henderson's Stan- was on the agenda.I J.

safety Low Gas C.G. -TV'STERO' 4 dard Service Center by per- do not believe the County;
sons wishing .to.contribute Commission could convinceany 1
Price and Gators on lot CAR AND PORTABLE news, obtain in
subscriptions. jury Clay County that
Hi Low Exclusive TAPE DECKS [ Keystone' Boy Scouts will they did not knowingly violate,
Towing Insurance COMMERICAL ANDRESIDENTIAL also be soliciting subscriptions the sunshine law. You just 1
during the next several don't do things of that mat-
J AMES W. ROBl SON. PROP AIR CONDITION ING weeks for the benefit of their ter without prior decision.
3.5 Miles S. Of Keystone, SALES & SERVICE troop fund. They left Clay County with
475-2035 John M. Miller will solicit no Zoning for the time being. 1 I
KEYSTONE 473.4651 advertising for the new paper, Later the commission established -
or copy for ads may be left what may be the
REAL ESTATE AUTO SERVICE with Mrs. Wharton. greatest buck-passing organi-
zation In Clay County. j Free

Richard T. Loyorn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE Mrs. Murrhee sisting It Is of a zoning an advisory board board.con- .InstallationThis

fog.: Real Estate Broker Front End Alignment. Speed Clarifies Stand Then a zoning board to vote. Week Only
Then the County Commission
LAKE Wheel Balancing What Price\ Safety On Sewer Fund to act as an appeal board. !
-Air Conditioning Service- I very much doubt If it will
PROPERTIES@) be effective. Commercial I Shag
Brake Service County Commissioner Kath- I would like to hear by let- :
Your Valuables 1 Indoor I
for ? From
INSURANCE Lubrication Oil Change leen Murrhee, of Keystone ter or telephone from as many Outdoor Grade) $6.99 !
Heights, said yesterday that voters of Clay County who
Keystone Hgts. 473.3254 Up she had been misquoted In think the above described action From 4.95ln.talled' | Completely Installed
473.4692 eGoodyear Tires LESS THAN YOU THINK! an article appearing In last was or was not good

Edna Knepper 473.4111iartha week's Telegraph,issue regarding of the The request governing.I would also like to hear $ HI-LO Completely Installed From$5.99f

): Durbin 473-3362 1 BLK. Off E. 21 and 1 BLK. Don't gamble wjh the of the Keystone Heights from the many people who put j
11m Fox .473-4148 N. Off 100 { safetyof Council for county funds to their life savings in fine Fr. Installation With Foam Rubber Padding
CB. McAfee 473-4050 KEYSTONE HGTS. 473-4052 documents, valuables. Insure assist with planning for a
proposed sewer system to .
BEAUTY SHOP S. E. lcKa y; Realtor them against fire, theft, loss by Include populated areas out- '
side the Keystone city limits. .,. DOLLAR
Nell's S.E. McKAY REALTOR renting a safe deposit box. Mrs. Murrhee was quotedas ', rt 'rP1f!

Member of Society \ saying that most personsshe ,
Beauty Iyl.o Shot
of Residential Appraisers The monthly fee 1 is low andyou'll had talked with In the .8'aVill'fJS4 .! :j\P ,
"Fa a loyelie Serving/ This Area For 26 years area outside the city limits
you" never worry agbin about did not favor the proposed
Mrs. Melba lilt en 473-4740
sewer project. Mrs. Murr-
Phone 475-221
Mrs. Dolores Gilmore 473-3600 possible loss. See us soon then hee said that she made no
Between such statement, and that she Redwag Platies ''
Mrs. Gassett
: Joanne 475.1622 relax, don't worry. \ had not questioned anyone
Keystone Mr. Leslie Robinson 475-1035 about this project, nor had 3$1.00Mixed
Heights anyone talked to her about w -
... lJomes-Acrealte.Rentals
Melrose Office Phone 473.4816is I IL KEYSTONE STATEBANK It.She said that under the Sivords3l.OO r '
present'county; budget there

Ray. Shell Member F.D.I.C. \\Ieights are no funds available for
an.II's Boutique 1 Keystone Fla. participating in this project,

Styles and Accessor1esFor '' W rec Ie.r .rvlc. "Your Friendly Bank In Your" Friendly\ but the that new when budget work the is requestby startedon 'r iUz171Ytb

The Complete ( ; H IIRS Community. the city; will receive care- Black Mollies4l.OO

woman n SerVICe iJ .oiICI ..IIa.a ful consideration. _.afJ/J
HWY 21 Oaw..nK.y.ton. JlJ II. --- ------- --- :
a. Ma1ro.

475-2211 I Day Call 4733083W FREE SPE 1 NiShu 475-2838 \ Loaches L ; 4

Fill Dirt Electrical Contractor COKES 8. THRUCOFFEE i 2l.OOSTARKE

Beach Sand Bell Electric Co. MOTH DA !

Clay Fill \ Albino Cat Fish \
James W. Bell, Owner Perma nent & Style '-
Tractor Work r Sl.OO
Hank Bruning Commercial 'W//as -- II Ea

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Residential $20 & $15, 4734173NOW 10 Gal "
R 4r
PHONE 473-4761 ratr'Elecrrical xNru- \ tt StarterAquarium

P.O. BOX 41 Range Hoods

LAKE GENEVA Keystone Hsu' 473-3602 $15.50 Comet
cT. Set

CONTRACTORS AUTO SERVICE & $10.50GLADrS' r'' $9.88 Gold Fish

Triangle/ Enterprise, Inc. JOHNSON AUTO TUNE UP BEAUTY 6l.OOmil

General Contractors -General Repairing ,
Enl1ne. Rebuilt -
Commercial Residential Minor Machine Shop WorkLicen.eJ 'ALON
insured A'lComati'; Tesosmis.loaeauring o?*'\ 4cNTEIt
Au Conditioning ,
F a Tire Bauerie. Rt. 211 keystone, HGTSMonThruLt .
The Lindal Cedar Home Mon. Fri. 7:30: A.M. 6 P.'" 212 E. Coll St. "." -
473N.. St. Rd. 21 473- Sat. 7:30. 1 P.M. 8:00 A.M.Till Ph. 964.7929 By Th. Railroad Tracks
3542 PO Box. 657 2110 LAKE GENEVA 473-4117 JUTIIJ..UN AIlA.UT cuw1a OWN

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4 I' 1973 TELE Pose 9

Patricia Zowarka Selected I .' Lack Of Voice Miss KHS Contest

I'' For STAR Student AwardPatricia
} News Notes On Appoinlmen l Set For May 11th

Zowarka, daughter was one of 17 North Florida } .,
Florida State Chamber of f By He/en/ Egan
of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Zo- high school Juniors selectedout Commerce STAR student of # Irks WilliamsRep.
warka of Keystone Heights of 225 candidates for the The Miss KHS Beauty Pag- Cheryl Tomes, Rhonda Fill-
the award.
year COMMUNITY CHURCH / Frank Williams I of eant will be held Friday, May man, Debbie Reed Teresa
One student from each of turn of
i, the first Monday several members who Starke has accused Gov. Reu- 11, at 8 p.m. In the Keystone Farris, Christy; Jones Patti
I the state's 15 Congressional April saw have been 111, Including Alex McCla\e Patti McLean
i II I with the Gene al bin Askew of embarrassing Heights Woman's Club. ,
districts will be open and
selected and Emma
Meeting of Community Morton, the Harrison him by causing people In his Contestants vying for the title Christie Umphenour, Teresa
FRAZIERSSmall the District winner will re- the Batchelders, and Mrs. district to question Williams' will be Kathy Wharton, Meek, Sharon Sayers, and
Church women, and largest
ceive $500 and Helen
a scholarship Egan
who was so kind- Govern-
Martha credibility with the Jackie Downie, Cheryl Fowler Nyra Nooney.
attendance In -
the chance to compete for Circle with years.Mrs. JoanneWyman ly looked after by a large or's office, according to news Pam Ogden, Patti Mizell, The girls will be Judgedon
I Appliance RepairDown the $1,000 scholarship prize chairman was still number of friends during her releases from Tallahassee.Williams' Laurie Wharton, Joanne Doc- poise, street wear and
and the title of State Stars as bereavement and Illness with formals.
accusation resul- kery, Debbie Mclnarnary
In the pei'cent-
ldent. standing high flu. It Is
town Keytten hoped that every- ted from the Governor's recent Barbara Farris Kim Belk
4732385 contest
The STAR stands age-wise attendance body will
program be back on hand
of Wm. J. Nancy
reappointment Anita Menzen, White, KHS Prom
for Student-Teacher Achieve- and the loyal members pre- for the May 8 meeting in
CBllly) Dodd, Jr., of Starke
ment Recognition and Patri- dict they will be the winning the Pratt Street RecreationHall.
Complete Repair & cia was nominated for this guests at the annual AllCircle to a new four-year term on Fish Contest To Be Held
the Bradford County Hospital
Luncheon meeting on May
award by the Keystone Heights
AccessoriesFor High School Principal, 21.The weekly workshops of MELROSE HOMEMAKERSThe Board Williams of Trustees.said that Dodd opposed Apr. WinnersBlack Fri. May 4
Charles Rider. club is about to close his election to the Leg-
District winners will be honored the Churchwomen saw very for the season, but had the islature In 1972 and had boast- bass fishing Is reported The Keystone Heights Jun-
Small at the annual STAR Ban- few laborers attending, but April 26 monthly meeting with ed publicly that Williams could to be extra good closeto ior-Senior Prom will be held
Appliance quet on May 15 In Tallahassee. Items brought In showed that President Elaine Ashley pre- not block his reappointment the edge of the lakes a- Friday, May 4, In the Wo'
many were working at home, siding. Following the meeting because of Williams' "lack of round grass and trees, using man's Club from 9 p.m. til
Specializing In The candidate selected from and the Starke Nursing Home a workshop was held and political clout." plastic worms and spoons 1 a.m.
Bradford County was Jane Mc- has been well supplied with refreshments served duringa Williams said he talked with with pork rind. All area fishermen All Juniors Seniors and last
Vacuum Cleaners Millan of Bradford High many articles useful to the social hour at noon. Those the Governor's aides and reQUested are Invited to come year's graduating class are
School. patients. attending the workshop made that Askew confer with by and sign up for the fish- invited to attend.
umbrella stands by cement- ing contest at Slim's Fish'n The theme this Is
Lamp Rebuilding SOCIAL AARP CLUB Ing him on local appointments. Stuff, with monthly cash "
one-gallon tin together
cans Through the Past.
Jane Despite this request, Williams "Journey
The Social AARP Club of
and covering with decorative prizes given for the largest
said that the
Scissors Sharpened BeaverMary their Older new Americans and attractive gathered meet-at paper.FELLOWSHIP. Dodd without the reappointed cour- bass, speck, bream, and cat-

Ing place In the annex of the CLUB tesy of notifying him. fish.Winners for the week endIng OUR!
Sale Of Small Jane Beaver age 6, Community Church educational Members enjoyed the reg- April 29 were: Co
of Keystone Heights, died G
building on April 4. Two ular covered dish luncheonon FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH O
Monday after a long Illness. new members, newcomers to April 12, although several STARKE Buddy Packham, 11 lb., 1 '
She born In Cocoa /
was on the area, were welcomed at \ "
of the faithful members were SundayBrotherhood Meet- oz. bass caught In a local
May 19, 1966. this time. Unfortunately, the unable to attend due to ill- Ing and Breakfast, 7:30: p.m.; lake on plastic worm.
Surviving are her parents, May 3 meeting had to be can- ness. It is hoped that every- Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning There was no entry In the
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert F.Beaver -
celled due to the recent death
one will be back Ingoodhealthfor Worship at 11 o'clock, sermon speck division.
Keystone Heights; two of the husband of the lead- the May meeting. by Dr. Woodrow Fuller, Flo- Walter Penrose, 1 lb., 1
MHtMODERNIZING M brothers, Lewis and Johnny er, Mrs. Helen Egan,who also rida Baptist Convention oz. bream, caught in a local -
N Beaver and five sisters Debra
; had a two-week battle with Church Council Meeting, 3p.m. lake on worm spinning
Kathy, Candy, Lisa, and flu. At the last meeting Mrs. tackle.
Bell Ringers Group
Judy Beaver, all of Keystone. ;
Elsie Crist furnished sand- MADISON STREET 5:15: ; Church Training, 6:15; Catfish no entry.
Funeral services were held wiches, and the club gift box BAPTIST; CHURCH Evening Worship, 7:30, ser- Winners of cash prizes for 29-MAY 6
YOUR HOME ? at 4 p.m. Wednesday In the paid for the beverage.OUR Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; mon by Dr. Woodrow Fuller. the month of a April were:
Jones Memorial Chapel Key- Morning Worship at 11;Church 1
MondayYouth Ensemble Bass-- lb., oz., caughtby
GO MODERN ALL THE WAY stone Heights, with Rev.Law- OWN NEWSPAPER Training, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer 6:30; Deacons Meeting, Youth Buddy Packham of Key- witc
rence Carroll conducting. Interment Growing up, as our com- Circle, 7:15: Evening Service, rod and
; Choir Practice, 7. stone Heights, using THE FLORIDA BART
with the all new Chrysler Airtemp followed In Keystone munity Is requires attentionand : TuesdayHelen Masters reel, plastic worm. In local .1I.h... 01...o u '/10_
Heights Cemetery. last week learned that 7:30.Monday Youth Choir,7
we p.m.
Group meets at church, 9:30: lake. 10'0 Irc. 'Know
whole house air conditioning the Keystone area Is getting WMU Business Meeting, 7:30.: a.m.; Ida Darby Group at home Speck2 lb., 5 1/2 oz., You, Cou," bo "really big" and will have a TuesdayBible Study, 10
caught by Mark Znldorka
of Mrs. W. B. Johnson, 2:30: ;
Loud voice (the bus
on :
FREE SURVEYCALL weekly newspaper of Its own a.m.; Girls in Action, 3:30: Lorena Epperson Group at ...
body who isn't on some crack-
starting next week. We wel- p.m.; Acteens, 7:30.: J. P. Tomlln-
home of Mrs.
US NOW diet or other is some kind
pot "
this of Ambas-
come sign progress WednesdayRoyal
3:00 o'clock Young Mu-
son, : ;
of anut. and hope It will help bringto sadors, 6:30 p.mi Prayer sicians Choir and Music Ma- NOW OPEN
--.JI. this area-- so far from Meeting, 7:30; Mission kers Choir, 3:30; G. A., Bell
: temp cu-I.m.v TA'r o HRY8LEArt ..ra--now ROSEMARY RUMBAUGH the county seat of Green Cove Friends, 7:30: ; Adult Choir, Choir, 4:15;Lottie Moon Groupat
: 322 BrownU Springs those attractionsand 8:30: ; Finance Meeting, 8:30. the church; Ethel Biggs
I Stark.. Flo. PHOTOGRAPHERWALDO programs so essential to ThursdayVBS Planning Group at home of Mrs. Dot KEYSTONE
FLA. all ages. 3:30 p.m.DentonSumrall Sale; Brownlee Group to be
I 964-8363 PH. 468-1287 Pastor announced, all at 7:30.:
i STARKE SENIORS ,WednesdayActeens, 5 I
STARKE APPLIANCE CUSTOM PRINTINGFrom Club The had Starke Interesting Senior Citizens meet- o'clock; Family Night Supper,
6 Prayer Meeting, R.
I last PresidentJoe A heralded for the p.m.; SUN. & MON.
Your NegativesCOPYWORK ings month. cure A., 6:30: ; Teachers and Officers -
Kerrigan is ever faithful common cold would be ex Meeting. 7:15: p.m. HIGHWAY 21 N. J KEYSTONE
Where Fair Prices and Quality and untiring In doing those pensive. Besides what's to be Church Choir Practice, 8p.m. ,
Work Is Our Prldo. hard Jobs of a legislative type gained by losing the most .
INFORMAL PORTRAITS valuable alibi :
and caring for an ill wife, for avording ''Thursday- Ladles Bell
AND PASSPORTS Dorothy. He has some sum- work or boring social occa- 12 Vis-
Choir Practice, noon; 8:00 TO 5:00
Professional Repairman Employed mer plans In the making and sions? itation 7 p.m.
is looking forward to the re-


I, The Keystone Heights. Shrine Club;

I I I Invites You l









Everyone Can Participate' In Both
2:00: P.M. UNTIL ,M. 7 A.M. Until


Saturday, May 5 1973 Keystone Heights Country ClubThe

Members Of The Keystone Shrine Club Wish TO Thail C Those Listed Below For Their Cooperation And Urge Everyone To Give Them As

Much Of Your Business As Possible.

Trophy Donon Keystone Motor Parts

Ray's Electric Scotty's McLane Advertising Specialist Melrose

Walkers Cabinet Shop" Keystone Jewelers Sparkman's Electrical Service Lake Geneva Furniture, Gifts & Candles Chiappini Gulf Station

Cason's Food StoreRay's Redfearn Appliances Winiford Crawford Real Estate
Keystone State Bank S.E. McKay Realtor
Shell Service Station Gil Paredes And Family Faye's Beauty Salon

Roy W. TjreKeystone Clay Electric Lake Geneva Bait and Tackle
Guaranty Federal Savings & Loan Association Edna Williams Florist

Insurance Agency W. W. Cox Building Contractor GambiH's Texaco Station ,
Mallards 5 & 10
Triest Construction Co. Griffins Lodge
Homestead Restaurant Manning Hardware
Belote Drugs Hall's Meat Market ,?

R.T. Lovorn Real Estate CONTRIBUTION DONORS Leonards Outboard ShopGene's Betty & Bert's Craft Shoppe James Plumbing

Ace HardwareDurbin Keyrtone Height* Garbage Service Lovorn Realty & Insurance Ralph Mathews Well Drilling
Slim's FishNStuffKeystone
I Bell Electric Company Wheeler Discount Appliance StoreRobinson's
Mailing Company H.B.D. Carpet Sales Cleaners

Barber Soo'?J Keystone Fabric Shop Grocery

Scott's Remodeling & Electric Company Gizmo Shell ServiceKeystone Keystone

John Brown Mobile Homes Triangle R Enterprises PUTNAM HALL

Lindal! Cedar Homes Auto Service Mobile Home Brokers, Keystone JACKSONVILLE .1' '

P euy s Prairie r Inn
Holiday Lounge Al Watson's Food Store Village Hardware &: Garden Center Independent Life & Accident Insurance Company

Cunningham's Gulf Service Pat & Clara- Belle Bradley Henderson Standard Oil Station Clay Tousey Incorporated PALATKA

Duckey's Department Store Dot's Beauty Nook Perdue Office Furniture Co.
Dick Woodall's National! Furniture
Chicken Company
Hampton Processing Thies T.V.. & Appliances Keystone Heights Insurance\ Incorporate,1

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Tile Sweetest Slraivberriet This Side of Heaven
i 1.2 Bradford Runners

Page 10 TELEGRAPH May'3, 1973 I

BHS FootballersWork To Compete In Region

... '

On Offense Twelve Bradford IUgh run- go to regional In the discus with a time of 2:08: minutes. 67 (3) Ocala Vanguard, 60:; like I figured," comments
ners will travel to Winter and shot put. In the shot Bradford's 880-yard relay (4) Bradford High 47 (5) Coach Howard. "Pm looking
Park Saturday to run In the he placed fourth with a heaveof team will go to regional Buchholz, 33; (6) Clay High, forward to next week, I think
Region n track meet after 46 feet. White threw the after taking third place,with 28; (7)Eastside. 14; ((8) Ocala we'll do pretty good." '
qualifying last Friday In O. disc 137-7 feet for third place. a time of 1:34.2 by the team Forest, 12; (9) New Smyrnaand Coach Howard explainedthat
During 1st Week"During cala at the District meet. Also representing BUS in of Tim Crews,VernonBarber GO)St. Augustine. BUS failed to qualify
BHS placed fourth In the the discus will be Pete Puckett Malachi Henry, and Levy Following the Regional meetin in the long jump largelydue
district meet behind Palatka who placed sixth with a throwof Lennon. Winter Park, the state to the fact that BUS
'-'" South, North Marlon, and 123 feet. BHS runners ended the year meet will be held in the same jumpers were In the first
the first weekof to Hurse. Also doing goodIs and I think next week when Ocala Vanguard. Only the top six placersin with a dual meet recordof place. flight He said it was very
practice we concetratedall sophomore Donnie Thomasat we settle down, and our people Bradford's most outstanding each event will go to re- 31. The only loss to "I was pleased with the windy during the first of
the way on offense and the middle guard position. are out of track, things performance was by the sprint gional. The same thing Palatka South. way we showed, consideringwe the event and by the time
very little defense," says Donald Loper did a good will shape up," says Hurse. medley relay team which goes at regional as qualifying Overall placing at the Dis- had Injuries," says Coach of the last flight or so that
Head Football Coach David job last week at the defen- Bruce Varnes did a good placed second with a time for state. trict meet was Q) Palatka Howard. it was getting dark and the
Hurse of the first week of sive end spot, according to job last week as the blocking of 2:02.7: minutes. The team BUS had two qualifiersin South, 96: ((2) North Marion. "We Qualified lust about wind had slacked.
spring grid practice at Brad- Coach Hurse. fullback and Elva Hampton consisted of Malachi Henry, the 100 yard dash. Vernon Howard says, it was a mis-
ford High. "We looked a little ragged also looked sharp as running Sheldon Hodge,Vernon Barber Barber placed third with a representation of the District,
"We feel like we gota We had nine people playingnew back. and Levy Lennon. Ocala time of 10.6 with Levy Len- Air not just because Jumpers were
good solid practice for positions, and it is understandable Charlie Green is doinga Vanguard won the event. non right behind in 10.7 se- McKay, Engineers hurt by the wind, but there
the first week on offense," ," says Coach good job at quarterback. Coach Grover'Howard feels conds. were other runners from
added Hurse.According. Hurse. "It's good to have that that the SMR team will makeit Mark Hodges placed sixthIn Share League 1st PlaceMcKay other schools that could have
to Hurse there Bradford footballers played experience there," says to state along with Steve the mile run with a time done better.A .
are still a number of track an 8-2 season last season Hurse. Strickland who placed thirdIn of 4:51: minutes to go to
people that have qualifiedfor taking the conference cha- Coach Hurse said Ocala regional meet. Realty was walloped der after two weeks of play I
the pole vaulting a 16-4 by Air Engineers Sat-
state competition in track mpionship. Vanguard starting practicing Paul Parsons took sixth but now have slipped into a & K FEEDS
"I feel however, potentiallywe me same time Bradford did jump of 11-6 feet. urday but still retained a last place deadlock with Koy-
can not come out for spring to place In the 880-yard run
Curtiss White qualtflM share of first after four
place 225 E. ANDREWSFull
and that have stone Bank. Both have 2-4
practice yet. "This Is hurt- can have a good offense, they a young
ing us." but It will take a lot of team like BHS and It looks weeks of play in the Keystone records.
Steve Register and Terry hard work, accordingto like the teams are startingeven. Heights Little Le8S'Ue. Lin. F.R.M. Feeds
Hayes both looked real goodon Hurse. The two teams open lied with McKay is Wat- League Standings: McKay 4-
defense at the tackle "We want to get the phas- their seasons against each I Bayliss ResignsKH son's Grocery. Both clubs 2j; Watson's 4-2; Ray's 3-2; Voclnts, S..d.,
and end positions, according ing game underway this week other. have 4-2 records. Air Engineers, 3-3; Keystone
The gridders are prac- Jewelers 3-3; Homestead 2- Fertiliser, Animal .
ticing four days a week and Posted Watson's was plastered by 3; Guaranty 2-4; Keystone
taking Wednesday off. Homestead Restaurant 19-5, Bank 2-4. H.alth Car N..d.
ECOLOGY ENGINEEREDFOR Friday night the footballersare last Wednesday (April 25)but __
to have an intersquard Roy Bayless, athletic director team. bounced back two days laterto n
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Cunningham Sits On Top Winning, Four StraightCunningham ." .. i ",

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Gulf, on a four 4-0 lead. win with seven big runs in over the fence. Kenneth also
game winning streak, Is sit- top of the w .pv
first Inning, but led his team with three hits.
ting on top of the Men's League Baptist started slow but after Baldwin t
k came back In the Standings: Cunningham Gulf
with a 5-1 record. going finding Into themselves behind bottom of the inning with five 5-1; Baldwin Chev-Olds 4-
the third Inning,
After losing to First Baptist started hitting the ball and runs. The score seesawed 2; Lawtey Skating Rink 3- l Aprvt
Church, Cunningham has put 13 runs on the board in back and forth during the game 2;! First Baptist Church 2- t,
reeled off wins over Baldwin three Innings. with Lawtey coming out on 3;.Hampton 06.SCHEDULE .
Chevrolet, Lawtey Skating top. Lawtey outhit Baldwin
Rink, Hampton, and First Leading First Baptist at the 2516. Joey Bennett and Brian :
Baptist Church.In plate was Johnny Powell,Dan- r Johns each had four hits for Thursday, May 3 Law- t
ny McKinney, Randall McGee Lawtey. tey vs First Baptist, 8.15p.m.:
Tuesday night's game, and Harry Hatcher, each get- -. Cunningham vs Baldwin, 9.30:
past Willie Griggs led Baldwin
ting two hits. Jerry McGriff
tune Lawtey of 16-3.Skating Rink to the and Eugene Sasser had two with four hits. Larry Mercer P.m.Monday, May 7,Cunninghamvs
The Gulf hits each for Hampton. had a home run for Bald- Lawtey, 8:45: p.m.
team outhlt Skat- win.
Ing Rink 13-8 with Billy San- Cunningham picked up their Tuesday, May 8, Lawtey vs
ford and Johnny Grlffls collecting second win of the week, Thursday Monday nights' action found Baldwin, 8:45 p.m.Melrose .
two hits each. Ken- night, April 26, as they Baldwin defeating Hampton,
neth Carlton contributed a downed Hampton, 10-3. Ken- 18-8, giving Hampton their 4a I 1y1 r'
home run to the cause. neth Carlton, going 3 for 4, sixth straight loss. Baldwinhad Judo
including a home run. an easy time, scoring
The second game saw First nine runs before Hampton Wins Places
Baptist outslug Hampton 13- The second game, Lawtey I scored.
6. Hampton started off as Skating Rink handed Baldwin
Melrose 1 Judo Club took
though they were ready to Its second -. Larry Mercer led Baldwin
17-15. :; I. .
three first and two second
with three hits.
win as theys scored four runs ', -. .... .. .' I.. "." :(,.\\l\ places at the annual St. Augustine !' ob
in the first Inning to take a Lawtey got the Jump on Bald- ,, I 'h' ....>.1>.1 ........ ',J'\'"'' .",, The next game was a yawner Judo Open in St. Augustine tpsi' I w v t

u as Cunningham Gulf defeated Saturday.

Kenneth Carlton grounds the ball at third base First Baptist 6-4. The Eight-year-old Kevin Grlf-
301 DRIVE-!t TAE Cunningham Gulf In the game against First Baptltt. only excitement came on Ken- fis led the light division while Terry Hard.. take a mighty swing at the ball fora
; neth Carlton's
two-run shot
hit night when Gulf First
Danny Fish, also eight, paced Monday Cunningham met
STARKE, FLA. the heavy category.John Row- Baptist at West Side Park.
PHONE 964-7484 land, 16, won his heavy divi-
SHOW STARTS AT SUNDOWN Norman's Farm Downs sion while seven-year-old Ro-
CLOSED ON TUBS. -WED.THURS.FRI.SAT.SUN.MON. bert Suits and Eddie McDonald MORTGAGESInterested
11, registered second
places In their light weight
Blalock's Meats 74Monday competition. buying

MAY 4-5-6-7 .. e 1st &> second up to dateor

DOUBLE FEATURE night, Norman's 4. Sandra Norman, Carolyn hits each. Diane Jordan hada Professional basketball It dellquent mortgages
Farm downed their arch rival Redding and Kathy Sealey had home run. Pattie Johnsonled drafting players. It's one of
Blalock's Meat Market, two hits each for Norman's. Mitchell's with two hits. the few drafts where being LET US MAKE YOU AN OFFERCall
7-4; as Women's Softball con- Redding had one home run Standings: Normans' Farm extremely tall doesn't disqualify -
ANTHONY QUINN YAPHET KOTTO tinue to flip-flop for the top also. 4-1; Blalock's Meat Market you.
,p:: spot each week.In Pattie Johnson provided the 3-21; Mitchell's Drugs 04. John Bradley Southern Discount
( the hitting catagory, each thrills for Mitchell's as she SCHEDULE; : ,
,,lJ.ACROSS) team had 9 hits, but five hit her second home run. Thursday, May 3- Blalock'svs Know A 964-5010
.-....,. errors by Blalock's was the Blalock's also met Mit- Mitchell's 7 p.m. .t Someone In A
difference in the game.:( chell's and came away witha Monday, May 7,Norman's vs
Cookie Mundorff led Nor- 16-1 win.Terrie Blalock's, 7:30 p.m.
/ HOTH STREET man's with three singles while Woods, Cheryl Phil- Thursday, May 10 Mit ,CwdlgDi! ONLY THE VERY RICH
Barbara Brown had two. Deb- lips and Pam Macy had threeBROOKER chell's vs Norman's 7:30: p.m.
bie Bleasdale, Ginger Bleas-
dale, and Pam Woods had two IN BRIEFBy
C1, United Artists hits each to lead Blalock's.In Hove them call the CRISIS, I CAN AFFORD CHEAP
other games played during "
the past week, Norman's LINDA C. coy CENTER any time day or J AIR CONDITIONINGQuality
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ternal grandparents: Mr. and (
I PLUS BROOKER Students ELEMENTARYHonor at Brooker Mrs. OreaPrescottofBrook- For help with a variety of t' Work Doesn't Cost It Pays

Elementary School for the 5th er. ife's problems.

,.V 'luG"The Outstanding achievement 1stCarol Thirty pieces of silver, a CONDITIONINGWEATHERTON
grade: Kim Carroll, love offering given Easter
HIGH Fussell, Richie Comerford, Sunday at the Brooker Bap- t 1342-5364' HEAT PUMPS
Denise l Keen, Tammy Mann, t
'R T! tist Church boosted the Bull- e
"t'T!!'p'!.' !!! .! men's four ball tour- Tootsie Tucker, Elaine Tet-
nament will be held the next stone. Good Efforts: Joan ding Fund $835.96.The GAINESVILLE 26. S. Walnut St. Starke 964-7731
and Brooker Baptist Church IA = ----
two Saturdays, May 5 12. Teresa
Copeland, Starling,
It will be played to a full congregation was honored
Jeff Johnson, Don Green,Doug
handicap with gift certifi- Sunday, April 29, by the pre-
cates awarded to the win- Green, Marquita McKinney. sence of Mr. and Mrs. Be-

FLORIDA THEATRES ners. Entry fee Is $3 per ments Outstanding: 2nd grade accomplish-: Cindy Rau- velle Outlaw, their children,
person. Please call the pro Debbie Polk Bradlee grandchildren and great-
lerson, ,
i (964-5441)) grandchilren, who were together This middle office
'J STARKEFLA, shop by Friday, Cox Tiny Hodge. 3rd grade: to honor Mr. and Mrs. n new, priced
wI May 4. ,
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Outlaw's 60th Wedding -
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FRI.-SAT.-SUN. MAY 4-5-6 On Sunday, May 6, there Brenda Wlllingham,4th grade: PERSONALSMrs.
will be a Scotch foursome Linda Manning, Kim Thomas, Cassie Pressley and do that the most
tournament beginning at 1:30 daughter, Becky, of Lake
David Sparks, Sheila Starling,
of Butler along
fee ,
)?.m. with an entrance Deborah Green, Elaine Mott.

Greatest; (onrvrt of the Decade! $1.50 dinner per will person.be served An at adult 6:30 Watson 5th grade, David: Jimmy Fussell Mann,, Billy Doug Pressley's and grandchildren son, daughterinlaw Mr.- expensive office typewritercannot.

?sW<> >U CAN:; SEE; IT that evening. You need not and Mrs. Tommy Cox Brad-
Copeland. 6th grade: Angle
A'iD! iIEuIIf.: .. play In the tournament to attend Andrews, Sandy Douglas,Con- lee and Deena of Brooker,
ASIr >"" WERE' : THERE:' apple prmA.1 the dinner. The cost Is nie Dyal, Shari Green, Stacey enjoyed the Art Festival anda .
Call the delicious seafood dinner at
GEORGE HARRISON $2.50 per person.
Hayes, Doreen Jakab, Darlene
Cedar Key last Saturday.
pro shop for reservations by
and funds in Mott Kay Prescott, Sharon

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) y'P J C d to' /;< This week has been much the Division of Plant Industryof
oI:! better for getting more work the Department of Agriculture -
U/4 ', '" c7 8.4 :v ti/&# /' ..r; and Consumer :Cervices.
done on our farms and gardens -
I /91 c1/-Mcf/ ?4/2e. 7 .r; Many folks have been The cost per acre to the

his television speech of Mon- Among these "beyond the limit" /() Nixon went to, of the 1.- .?Y re-fertillzlng gardens, field come by your County Agent'soffice
day night President 1 activities are many Watergate YO" ? Coe in Starke if you are
the people in his latest crisis, witha Incidents, some of them proved and I, y 7", L o'XCauee' :(/, // '!4'ft lusi,c etyn We crops should, pastures see good and growth lawns.In interested in this program.FORESTRY .

message that may satisfy the bulk: some only alleged, Including buggingand ? '" /lhaxJ''I' /{ >-I; .u..# 'J faG r / ye our plants as soon as we get

of his listeners, just as the Checkers burglarizing, forging and burning ,, '.to-4 -tr/ /EJ'IA'q "I/O warmer night-time tempera- ._ ----- --
satisfied them official documents strong-arming the tures In the 70 degree range.
speech many ago. 'I'. .l64e'.i. tk !:/3i4 oL.-t4 ,/yGN
wife of a Cabinet officer to keep her '
k.4; !!I-A" "'Z" geeWe
Actually, nothing new was brought t; from talking, putting phoney ads In /'JLlo' Y!
n ", IrauE.Lt;;J.l,/""" e, "'1a4 r. 9 continue to hear and IN BRADFORD COUNTY
to light In the speech, except for Mr. newspapers from bogus committees,
4 vIN f.z. 3L('.q ?LGa ..JL JI f"Y' read about our high cost of
Nixon to say that he assumed "respon writing 'damaging letters on the coun- K ),11 ,/ ./ food. One reason for these
sibility" but not the blamefor, terfelt letterheads of an opposition candidate ,I. 'd'w -/Ii 7 j r -i p Yh higher prices Is that demandis By JohnO'Merrr

what transpired in the Watergate i giving perjured testimony to a 4 ." .c.t ,/ --;y.'I 11 greater than supply. Boy- t.

crimes. This was a belated accept- grand jury, sending the President thou- cotts or Government ceilings
I for ,. "14."i a.L:"" /.J7 are not the answer. Boycottstend
ance of a responsibility which he had I sands of congratulatory telegrams to discourage long-range -- -

no choice to refuse, just as President t; bombing Hanoi and mining Haiphong, ,. ". .. ) as yC/s-. / rr- production or supply while

Kennedy accepted responsibility for, and refusing to answer questions about of' 0 ./ ., having only a temporary effect Andy and David Baldree have

the Bay of Pigs debacle even thoughit i criminal activities when asked to do on demand. Government really done well in developing -

was carried out by White House i so by the political representatives of ceilings would not allow pro- an intensive forestry and

subordinates. If the President had acknowledged the people. Established July 20, 1S79.To ducers, processors or mer- wildlife management programon
chandlzers to be profitable
their father's farm just
his responsibility ten I enterprises and they would off State Road 100, south of
months ago, it would have been much These are some of the things that soon go out of business. Starke.

more effective Mr. Nixon tried Monday night to placeIn

a class with political pranks that mat ifZ"" ;TJ7' .m{. '1' for I don't many have years the our answer systemhas but Some of the work they have

While Mr. Nixon assumed responsibility have been practiced by both partiesover operated efficiently as done Includes plowing fire-
lines for fire protection,planting -
on one hand, he attempted to the years. "But two wrongs do a free enterprise system.Thisis game food plots for wild-

bypass it on the other by saying that: not make a right," he remarked, as ..17L.2.1'7t & where you could buy a$10000 ,- life, and setting up a Naval

although he had boasted of being In If his aides were merely trying to automobile or$2 per pound Stores operation.The .

full command of his campaigns in the redress wrongs that had been done by / FLORIDA TELEGRAPH.i DRG steak If you wanted it and
... .. had the money; or you boys both attend Brad-
past, 1972 was different" In that the opposition party in the past. 7' I buy a $3,000 automobile or ford County High School where

foreign affairs took him away from y 1sly .. J/'h( i/A-t ---y.. ... r'/' '''''' 9t4 ;'" '0? I $.59 per pound chicken and they are in the FF A program.
the White House to such an extent But the most disturbing aspect of "J have money left for other luxuries Andy has entered a Forest

that Watergate could occur without his all is to realize that Watergate never Jjd,,. ---- y.aw. of life. Management Contest sponsored -
-,/"., ./-II'/ Seaboard Coast Line.
being aware of It. would have been uncovered If the viewsof /" There is one thing for sure. by each South-
this contest
In ,
the Nixon administration on Con- 1_ .' You cannot make a farmeror ern State has a winner who
What Mr. Nixon did not say Is gress, the courts, the press, and exe- /79 anyone else go out and receives an expense paid trip

that he might have been responsiblefor cutive privilege had prevailed in Wash- 1tnJ'n.. ttq. t80' Ga ..nc9t.v ? I produce food under our pre-I and goes to the National FFA
f 2-J sent democratic system.
the "mess" in more ways than ington when the scandal broke. Convention.As .
/1-/9,7 2 ;V"n.J_ would like to see us grow at
1' 4 ;
one. He has come to the top least 300 acres of straw-

political life, but always against Attorney General Kleindienst, who 4-1 aZ" -1 X...j.L, a. __._ I Iy berries and 1,000 acres of operation part, of the their two brothers forestry

great odds that have tended to give resigned Monday along with II. R. /J- other vegetables in Bradford have installed 750 virgin Na-

him a persecution complex. Not many Haldeman and John Ehrlichman, insisted ,. oaeaot. County. We have the land and val Stores faces on Slash Pine

years ago, after his defeat for Gover- that nobody who worked for osr "know how" to produce these trees surrounding their home.At .
but also have too
nor of California, he announced his the Federal Government could be called Z4 Pa many crops,problems we that tell our an initial Investment two hundred of

retirement from political life telling by Congress for questioning even about approximately
-r growers that these ventures dollars for nails, cups, acid
the press that no longer would they suspected crimes, if the President would not be profitable. Our paste, files, dip barrels, and
have "Nixon to kick around." forbade them to appear. Nixon also labor and marketing situationand bark hack, they should expectto
held to this doctrine until forced to I i costs of production have turn a considerable profitby
been the big reasons our a-
From his first day In the White relent by threats of Congress to arrest creage is down. the time winter arrives.

House, Mr. Nixon created an atmos- his aides if they sought to hide Old Statements Show For the week ending April

phere of suspicion and distrust against behind "executive privilege." egg 14, commercial gum was

certain segments of American life, Our Beef Cattle Short bringing a price of $54.40
including the established institutionsof In spite of his conciliatory words, Rise In Living CostsWhat Course at the University of per barrel ((435 lbs net).

Congress, the press, television, Mr. Nixon failed to take the one action Florida Is under way. The If the operation fruit-
Short Course is being heldat proves
the judicial system, and the univer- that would have done most to prove inflation has doneto Four yards of lace, 10 ; at that time) to Mr. W.W. the Livestock pavilion on ful, Andy says he will prob-
sities. The mood of the White House that he wants a complete investigation -, the American economyis and three yards of Calico, Wills, an early Starke phy- Archer Road and will run ably expand it in the future.

was conspiratorial, in which his aides of the Watergate, with all facts Illustrated in these two 24C. sician. through Saturday, May 5. Along with the Naval; Stores

must always be on guard to protectthe brought to light, no matter who they yellowed statements which Three pair of hose were The statement covers a Even though cattlemen have operation they are planningon
four-year subscription at $2
Chief from these anti-forced. affect.: That action would have beento turned up recently in TheTelegraph's charged at the pricely sum and a "professionalcard been receiving higher prices planting twenty acres of
per year
turn the prosecution over to some- collection of his of 30C. He must assume responsibility for one not connected with the Adminis- torical items. two-inch ad run by most production costs have risen ter the ground was too wet
creating this atmosphere In which his tration. The top statement, dated Mr. Futch was given cre- doctors and lawyers in the sharply. to plant). On another part of
dit on his bill for 41 1/2 their land going to
aides, even if without his consent, Feb. 27, 1894 is from a newspapers of that era. The they are
of This that cat- sell the timber and put in
gallons syrup at 25C a means our
and even if without his foreknowledge, We have no reason to doubt the leading Call Street merchantof gallon, for a total of 1037. charge for the$5 "professionalcard" to tlemen must do a topnotchjob improved pasture for raising
that time J. G. Alvarez
did these things in the belief that the integrity of the new Attorney Gen- was per year of management to have cattle.
to Mr. E. D. Futch. Amongthe run in the paper each week.
ends justified the means, no matter eral appointed Monday to take Mr. The bottom statement, dat- a profitable operation. Cat-
items listed are: ed 1884, is from The Florida For a four year period, The boys are very Interes-
what the cost.Although. Klelndelnst's place, but neither did Telegraph (the name under the total advertising chargewas tlemen must keep uptodateby educa- ted In wildlife management,
we have reason to doubt Mr. Mitchell One pair of shoes for $1.15, which The Bradford County $20, which would figureout tional attending as many tours and and they were able to get Pete
and another for $2.75. about 5C an inch. programs, I Heard the State biologist for
Mr. Nixon made some when he repeatedly asserted in sworn Telegraph was published field days as possible. hope ,
gesture Monday night of a softer attitude testimony that he had never heardof that you have attended at least the Soil Conservation Service Dis-,
and Covington Woodley,
toward the press, the Congress, the Watergate activity until the I HOME My Neighbors one day of this short courseif trict Soil Conservationist for

and the courts, it was hardly con- arrests at Democratic headquarters.Yet NOTE you are a cattleman. Bradford County to draw uj

vincing in view of the stance assumedby before a grand jury he later From Your Extension Home a wildlife management plan

his Administration during the last confessed that the break-in and bug- --... for their farm.

four years. He and his colleagues insisted ging operation were discussed in his _.' '. Economics Agent w w -- "" I had a good talk with Arthur The plan calls for prescribed -

< thai congressional committeeshave presence at least three times priorto / .. '" Gaskins, President of buring and wildlife food

been too demanding, the courts the burglary. He stands convictedby BY KATHY BROWN the North Florida Poultry plots. They have already
too liberal ( "soft-headed") the his P iLl(1t () Producers Association last planted rye and brown-top
or own testimony concealingthe ...' 2J..f..Yc.... week. He told me that our millet. This program will definitely -
press too nosey, and radio and tele- truth and thus trying to withhold l I growers have not benefited increase the quail POP-

vision too quick with "Instant analy- Information about a criminal act, while In past weeks, mentionhas mishandling, about 10 per from the higher prices con- ulation, and it should attract
sis" of Presidential activity. A man serving as the highest law enforce- been made of the 5TII cent of certain perishable 1411 sumers are paying for poul- increased numbers of deer

with such views over the years does ment officer of the land. ANNUAL SPRINGTIMEDRESS produce must be discarded. W l \ \ try products. Hard work and and turkey to their land.
REVUE; sponsored Cress who absorbs the loss! ft good management are the rea-
not change overnight when
even expedience Jim McArthur, an authorityon
by the Lawtery Extension You, the consumer. sons our growers are ableto
dictates that the olive branchbe For this reason, an Administration Homemakers club. QA I stay in business. the Naval Stores Program

extended.In appointee prosecuting other Administration Other thoughtless practicesalso who works for the U. S. For-
appointees is not likelyto The event took place Thurs- contribute dollars to est Service, came down from
day, April 26, and was pro- your shopping cost each year. Valdosta Georgia last week
restore the complete confidenceIn claimed by those presentas Items taken from the shelves I still have applications for and went with me to look over
this atmosphere, Mr. Nixon the White House that Is now de- a big success. The and thoughtlessly placed at "Do you realizetliU, U the treatment of land for the imported the boys' Naval; Stores Opera-
and his aides apparently lost sightof manded.As Starke Extension Homema- any convenient location along third night! In one week fire ant. We have been tion. He was Impressed with
the fact that, although political kes Club participated in the shopping route when the you're had the car, dad?" alloted 2,000 acres In Brad- the fine workmanship, as was
parties the Dress Revue, and many consumer changes her mindUUVUl ford County for treatment by I.
fight hard and bitterly to retain long as this situation exists, homemakers. from the area A"' ". 'PA"'A I"_ ..._ t ..__. ._--_._._.._____.____...._ _.u._..._._._ .. __ _u... .u.__
or gain power, there limits ./U4 llloOAIIg Ult? rem .ill __ _1_ _" _"T ;Il :;;; ;:. um
are Mr. Nixon will not have sufficiently: attend.Aba= is a real headache to mer111
beyond which their methods cannot go divested himself of control over the chants. Employees mustbe

without entering the realm of crimina- investigation and prosecution to allowit -., twenty garments were paid to collect such strewn i MEET ENREE

lity and threatening ...oJ very unity of to rise above all possible suspic- modeled: and we had an merchandise and return It t
the nation. ion.miliij opportunity to see some very to its proper location. f! -9i t
attractive, well-made outfits. kiA
And those shopping carts!
I'm very proud of the talented
seamstresses we have. Consumers often forget that
these conveniences cost. about
The Lawtey Club Members $40 each. When they are

11IClild Is should be congratulated for carried to the parking areas ,
the fine job they did In by thoughtless shoppers and l i 1 p.
animals fcr ilt// SCISaf2tlVingtttClllh. planning and presenting the left, any number of things z w

N Dress Revue and the delicious may happen to the carts. ttr ,+
Q O luncheon that followed. The They may be damaged, stolenor f r q
GLUE Agrulture Building Audi- they deteriorate due to
torium was beautifully decorated exposure. Under the best
by club members. conditions, an employee must
00 be paid to retrieve and return
Those of you who didn't the carts. Cart misuse
attend this year might wantto adds to the shoppers' cost a aQ
remember the event and of merchandise.Other .
plan to attend next year.
It was an enjoyable time. things also causean Call 961x- 6303 And Let l
in merchandising
Increase j
cost, such as broken mer-
Let's take a moment to
ORIDq CON consider "Shopping Courtesy" chandise, opened packages, Her Take Care Of All i
damaged or soiled items.
Then there Is always outright Your Printing Needs!' t''

I ACTIVE p pl1 Are you a "supermarket theft!
hazard"? Many
were more
If consumers
VON a y are! careful and courteous, they Our New PrinterShe

Of* 1973 receive more for the
IriffiC'JUT- BOB G. FERGUSON! : JOHN: M. MILLER Farmers, processors, and money they spend and also

Publishers merchants spend thousand they would make a real friendof Will On Our Many
Be Calling Customers In The
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, of dollars in research finding the merchant.
Fla. under Act of March( 3. 1879. ways to get fresh prodiue
to the consumer in peak Area For Printing.
Subscription rate in trade area: 16 per year: 11.50 six months.
quality condition yet many Build a better mousetrapand
Outside trade area: 17 per year: $4.00 six months. Starke, Fla.
will beat a pathto
.9(34-6305( homemakers pinch, press, the world
or handle roughly fresh fruits your door to claim you are THE TELEGRAPH
and vegetables. Due to this upsetting the ecosystem.

d, I r.
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May 3. 1973 TELEGRAPH Pa9. 13

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Club Steak $169I0c Quantity. Rights
. L9. W-D BRAND PORK SHOULDER ...L\ Reserved
) 1': COPYRIGHT, 1973
N.Y. "Strip'Steaks LB. $149lie :;.. .

Chuck Roast LB98c

Rib Roast $159' CORN
. LB.
Roast $139 601" $
: . LB. { 12 EARS i
Shoulder RoastD $139
Round Steak $158'
. LB.

Sirloin Steak $1 l79
Tip LB. I

T-Bone Steak $189 FruimI! Cocktail . 5 CANS $100 ,
LB 31 4F8 3 with$7.500'mar.purchai..xcluding clgar.tt.i

1 PRICE $1 Limit 4 with$7.5O or more purchai.excluding cigar.tt.t

B Pork. & Beans e e 7 CANS 6 $100

LB.10c Whole Kernel Corn 6 CANS" $100


Rib Steak . . $169 Vienna Sausage. 5 CANS $100 .'


Shoulder Steak : e e LB. $139 Green Beans . 5 CANS $100

Pot Roast $109 Beenee Weenees 4 801. $1
. . LB C ANS

Rump Roast. . . LB. $149) Tomato Catsup e 3 'Xi:: $100


Round Roast . LB. $169 Mushrooms . 4 s$1

W-D BRAND PURE ((10 LB $799)) ((5 LB $4.29)) HORMEL

Ground Beef. . 3 pLG. $259 Canned Ham . 3 CAN= $439

Baking Hens . . u. 69e All ratF: . e V-:;: 79C
Paper Towels

Llm"'hW"h$7'S' or more purchat*excluding' cigarette

SAVE $ 26e
Limit 1 toffee of choice with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes

jill 33e SAVE 10c !, as N 1

ROLLS / 79' 9''

1-LB. 1 -LB.
Meat Dinners 3 !&;s. $1 ioo
Ocoma Pot Pies 5 PIES'I 900 1 Tuna Helpers 2 PKGS. $100


Soft Drinks 6 ttt: $100 ABOUT THREPEOPE FO
Whip Topping 2 &;. $1 : LLARS I

Cream STRAWBERRY Pies 3 PIES_. 9 1 Oranges . 2 S BAGS.lB. $] 00 Lima Beans 4 16 CANS 01. $100 1 jr'dr:[... ':::IrtlrlrjSUPREME NT.:.:.RL.. .........5 COI'..1'
fRESH SWEET ((12)) THRIFTY MAID I .4rr,; !'

twin "FUDGE BARS OA.SS $100 1 PP e . 3 FOR )00] Pineapple Juice 3 'CANS $1, I:Iw./i/off"M1rrl./.....,"a':'7... .>.'..:.:.:. ..f 0'!,'
Pops 2 : H I:::,.,., .. ... ..5
DIXIE DARLINGFamily .. .. ? .
DIXIANA POLY BAG 00 C../M//,, 4r.;. :.::: :: ..:
Jumbo I 2 STALKS49c
Bread &v $1
4 :
2 2B ea::S $!00 Celery| S .t 0
Green Peas . FRESHFLORIDA FLORIDA KRAFT 1000 ISLE f'c::" :.f.... //RECIIOHI""". d. "".r.}!'

Vegetables BIRDS EYE INTERNATIONAL . 2 'KS';. $1 Ju CY L emo1s.)2! ) FOR 69e Salad Dressing 3 9TLS: $))00 :::::;':f:::::.r AdA.d:";. 10Ap; :?.:red;.:."rot::.:; .

$1 Mac. & Cheese 5 7PKG5; ;: $\)00EX.rR
tomatoes EEB Salad Items 5 ))00
. LB . PKGS. .. ..
............ ... .... ........................ .... ... .. ...

dx GREEN STAMPS IH l<*t **t.V ON .U. .,. wtfn Mlw* *> wuro M*NB.UICM.,1 Of
1 HICHAM Of *ta C9UM1M M e rot[ m rrr rr>rtm tOUMtM "ONE ONE 3101. SIZE i1 ONE 23 01. CAN / ;
1 32.0. BOTTLE
Cleaner Coconut ;
Sauce j I
Floor Care
a Lemon Pledge iL GOOD THRU. MAY 6 t
THRU MAY 6 """ GOOD THRU MAY 4 GOOD THRU MAY 4 GOOD.,THRU. ,., .MAY.. 6. 1 No 15 .. .,.., .. ,,
GOOD.. No. 12.,.,...*., .. .., No 13 .. .-.... .. ....... No. 14 ? K. ; ? i

F t I I .d7 if..*.GREEN......covfOM STAMPS.,.M,CM.II Of ;, I I WltH iW...GREEN...MI COWfOf*STAMPS*N.POICM**!AtONE 1;/ I I ONE riM.J-H,' 32 Nlw'GREEN ol.,..*..SIZE CBU.OM OLD STAMPS....SOUTH.....M 0. /,I w 4'Ji.In *|GREEN fM*ONE.*l.COVOW HALFTALMAOGE STAMPS.*..u,<..*I 0* 1 1 ONE.4W....$(?..tr 00 GREEN...OR... <0.MORE....STAMPS.-PURCHASE.......Of 1,,,
SALUTO Juice Peach Cobbler Dry Cured Ham Cheeses'GOOD ;
Party Pizza / THRU MAY 4No
GOOD THRU MAY o 1 GOOD THRU MAY 6No. 1 w GOOD THRU MAY 4 1 GOOD.. THRU MAY 6 t 20,..,., ., ....... ,
F No. 1e.,.,,,.._?..r ..... 17...m.tan, .???,, '1 No. 18.' "i .---i *.HO..t ; .......No. .19.. [........ ... +. .. ... .- ... ...

Tmt .&18. MAf11Cf1N STAOM? VIA

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14 TELEGRAPH May 3, 1973

OaClIlaaaDaaaDaa: oaoao Legal NoticesNOTICE DaaaaClaa.= fClaaaacculo SENIOR CITIZENS VET NEWSis


Iit LlPUBLIC Due to illness of many of The phasing out of the CUBE Veterans who have used sold with new financing., or serviceman's home if
OF PUBLIC SALE HEARING our members the date of our Agency of the Office of Eco- their G.I. loan can have Some of the reasons for a doctor certifies that spaceis

OF REAL PROPERTY PLACING MOBILE HOME Annual Luncheon has been nomic Opportunity will be a their eligibility restored and which property may be disposed a health question. An
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hall Starke postponed until June. We blow to the Senior Citizens, size of his fami-
A Public Hearing will be Held at the City hope get another VA-guarantoed of and entitlement Increase In
that THE BOARDOFCOUNTYCOMMISSIONERS OF BRAD- Fla. Tuesday May 22, 1973 at 7:30 P.M. for the by that time all of them will as this Agency and the Neigh- loan under some circumstances. restored by VA are: ly, however, is not in Itself
have recovered and be well borhood Service Center have -Transfer of employment sufficient grounds for restoration -
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA following purpose: Robert Griffls enough to be with us. been a boon to the elderly, The basic qualification is from one locality to anotherby of entitlement.

will sell at public sale the To Mobile Home on my property located at296S22E We are happy to report that poor and the children of these that the first home was sold an employer. Loss of employment
following described real pro- Alex Morton is home again. four counties. for compelling reasons, and -Destruction of home b3 through a reduction-in-force
perty situate in Bradford NE 1/4 & Sun It was good to see his wife Retired Senior Volunteer In of activitiesin
Commence at NE Cor of) SE 1/4 of addition, VA must have fire or natural hazard. or curtailment
County, Florida, to-wit: W 250 Ft. S. 65 Ft. for a Point of Beginning. Then Emma our Treasurer, at the Programs, RSVP, has been been released from liability -Voluntary change of employment occupation where he is
That part of the Northwest W. 100 Ft. S. 100 Ft. E. 150 Ft. N. 50. Ft. W. 50f last meeting, at which she working in Florida for a longtime on the original loan. This to another locality employed-lf suitable employ-
Quarter of Southwest Quar run POn. gave a financial report. We Max Frledson Presi- usually happens when a home offering more income and ment is obtained in another
ter of Southeast Quarter of Ft. N. SO Ft to that Pete dent of the Congress of Senior
All Interested parties will be heard at this time.L. are sorry Johnson opportunity for advancement locality.VA .
Section 14, Township 5 South Gaines. Chairman member of our Sick Comm., Citizens, was appointed to the --provided satisfactory evid- guaranteed home loans
Range 22 East, described as M. erriiEdwards Is laid up. lie will enter the State Board RSVPlastyear.I Action ence is furnished V A. are available to eligible
by participating thus.
follows: Clerk Veterans Hospital 2 recently attended meetingsof with
City on May We -Retirement of a veteran. veterans and servicemen
realize that "God
Commencing on the East this Those present helps
for tests treatments.Har-
line of Section 14, Town- 5/3';.. 3t 5/17. ry Rosenshine was hospital- were Pat Farnsworth, CUBB those who help themselves," or transfer his military of a servicemenby department at least 90 days of active

ship 5 South, Range 22 East, ized in Bradford County, and Representative; Dr. Bill Len- and although many people are while he is on active duty. duty during World Warn
at a point 32 feet Northerly SON and EDWARD JOHNSON that a written Instrument purporting Martha Sundem has returned non. Mental Health; Joyce Ri- retired they are still usefulto -Limited space in i veteran and the Korean Conflict
from the Southeast cor- to be the last will home from St. Luke's Hospit herd, Public Health; Jerry themselves and others in
JUNIOR, by which name the the community A few hoursa '6#._.''''''#''''' "asfms "'''
ner of said Section 14, run and testament of said dece- Toronto Rehabilitative Ser-
thence South 89 degrees 58 minor children shall there- dent has been admitted to al.Members of the Bradford vices; foe Kerrigan Senior week voluntary work wouldbe
feet 53 West 550.23 feet after be known. in this Court. You Club. A second enough. It would improveall
DATED Bradford probate County, Starke, Senior Citi- Citizens ga- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
at Starke of outlook life and
our on
run thence South 89 degrees are hereby commanded with- zens Club extend our deepest thering of this group Included
43' 15" West 1978.77 feet, County Florida this 23rd day in six calendar months from sympathy to Helen V. Egan Marry Allen V. Pres., give us something to do.

run thence North 0 degrees of April 1973.WASHINGTON the date of the first publi- whose husband passed away Sen. Cit. Club Starke; Ralph Come to our meetings whichare STARKE
16' 45" West 650.0::; feet to DELILAH cation of this notice to appear recently.We Vaughan, Pres. Hampton Sen. held the 2nd and 4th Tues- 964-6200
the point of beginning of Petitioner in this Court and show highly commend Bill and Cit. Club, and Joe Kerrigan. day of each month, where we Phone

Borrow Pit( Number 9, run SHAW RICHARD E. WELTY cause, if any you can, why Hazel Richards for their out- Discussion centered around can discuss these questionsand Rental
thence North 89 degrees 43' AND KOPELOUSOSP. the action of this Court In standing Job as (House Chair- salvaging the beneficial pro- get some answers.
O. BOX 1086 We will meet Tuesday, May Hospital Beds, Walkers Wheel Chairs & Crutches.
15" East 400.00 feet, run admitting said will to pro- grams engendered through
thence North 0 16' Starke, Florida 32091 men.We CUBB 8, at 1 p.m., ?ratt St. Rec. "
degrees bate should not stand unre- will soon be making preparations OEO and for many KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Attorneys for Petitioner Center. How about It? You
45" West 400.00 feet, run
to visit our sister years.
thence South 89 degrees 43' 4/26 4tp 5/17 voked.GEORGE L. PATTEN, club in Green Cove Springs. RSVP was designed for retired need us; we need you. In uni- Phone 473-3176

15" West 400.00 feet, run Circuit Judge Bradford Details will be worked out at and semi-retired per- ty there is strength.Joe. .
thence South 0 degrees 16' NOTICE County Florida future meetings. sons to help in Community Kerrigan, i

45" East 400.00 feet to the Walter Brundfsky has made Bv; Dolores C. Dampier _
point of beginning; Application to the Bradford
ALSO a parcel of land for County Zoning Board for re- Deputy Clerk 3 BIG DAYS i tWaAmn

Borrow Pit Drain lying each classification of the property First publication on April ..ar bq, : I Ir THURSDAY FniDAY I master charge] N ntue'
side of and within 10 feet described below from RlA to 12. 1973. 4 A SATURDAYEVERY
of a ditch center line said BH. 4/12 4t 5/3 0 NWxNA

center line being describedas Tract 5 B Mt Pleasant
follows: S/D Ex Parcel In NE Cor
Beginning on the East line Desc in OR Bk 106 Pg 219. NOTICEIn
of Borrow Pit No. 9 as This change in classification The Circuit Court of Flo-

described above at a point is subject to a public rida, Eighth Judicial Circuit, PRICE CUT ii!
100 feet North 0 degrees hearing to be held on Tues- In and For Bradford County.

16' 45" West from the South day, May 29th at 7:30: PM in Case NumberIN -----
east corner of said BorrowPit the County Commission roomat PROBATEIn

No. 9, run thence North the Bradford County Court re: Estate of AL V.FOX- 1 .. SAVE UP TO

89 degrees 43' 15" East House at which time all per- WORTH, deceased. : < .,F,,,
100.00 feet to the end. of. sons interested shall be heard NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll <:'y" 'I'l:: W :;;'t;':'S:"i""A, r : : f'
said ditch center line '''Ji... :", ,'
; for or against the proposal, creditors of the estateof je .. ;;,
"'dP t. ALSO a parcel of land! for T
as specified in the Zoning AL V. FOXWORTII, deceased '
Borrow Pit Haul Road lying Code of Bradford County. are hereby notified : : 'J )
each side of and within UI"feet John Torode, Chairman and required to file any claimsor il : !
of a Haul Road center .0
Bradford County Zoning demands which they may <-<>
line being described as follows Men's ,t '
Board have against said estate In tvr ; N '<>' % t
Beginning: on the West side 5/3 2tp 5/10 the office of the circuit Judge Famous Maker. t':,.,( :.1}, ___ ", '.4'4>4 :t'@, ; -- NEW

of Borrow Pit No. 9 as described In of Bradford the courthouse County,at Florida Starke, Dress Pants' <"" fASYoOFf ,<,1'>' ,?:' ,,- PreSIDNn'e" rx"'."...":$'"'

above at a point 50 ., .
six calendar ,
NOTICEIn Florida, within I S' II '}
feet North 0 16'
degrees months from the date of the __ .... ;, 't L
The Circuit Court of flo- "' ""' o -
45" West from the South- ';
this Polyester rjTends r ,
first publication of no- v c:
west corner of said Bor- rida, Eighth Judicial Circuit, tice. Each claim or demand Superbly tailored 4, .t SK ; .:.-..".-.-..
row Pit No. 9, run thence In and For Bradford CountyIN must be in writing and must by Nation's No, 1 1 .,g,,; I o
South 89 degrees 43' 15" PROBATEIN Maker of (finest, tit +' I nf*
state the place of residenceand iN IITIHitKI. !! M!: '
RE: The Estate Of JohnD. Y f-
West 100 feet to the end ofsaid address of the fabrics ,--...
postoffice AK'y -
deceased -- -
Haul Road center line. .NOTICE Rogers TO CREDITORSTo claimant and must be swornto Handsome rt Ff et

Containing an aggregate for by the claimant, his agent, collection of ? !!.- .LEMON
all creditors and !
Borrow Pit Haul Road and per- and 't 1. %
or his attorney, or it will patterns % t "4 ;7 scENTeD q
sons having claims or demands : DOl
drainage ditch of 3.764 a- solds tn a e
said Estate become void according to law. 4T y Sa 2 AETwn60IILUtl
against : wide of l
cres, more or less. EARL FOX- range ,
You and each of are /S/ ROBERT colors Y41r ig rj
you popular +
to the
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS hereby notified and required WORTH, Executor of Sizes-30-42, p v tr r. ; f"fir" Men's Nylon Mesh Casuals Prestone Anti-Freeze II
to present claims and the estate of AL V.FOX-
JaY 1 gallon Prestone II. Year round
FLORIDA, GILBERT S. demands which you, or either WORTH deceased 3,1 : '. !j Slip-on style. lightweight, cool, flexible, and Easy-Oil( Oven Cleaner protection' new you can 'dual
BROWN will conduct said saleat of you, may have againstthe washable ,
.(t yr Anti freeze, anti-boil I wmer-summer
the front entrance of the Estate of John D. Rogers First publication April s ;Y; y 4 Cushioned Innersole. Nonskid crepe sole 16 ounces. Lemon scented Effectively concentrate.

Bradford County CourtHouse, deceased, late of Lake County 1973. a s while' brown and black, cleans warm or cold ovens e Prestone, lI.s a break through in year
North Temple Avenue,Starke, Illinois, to the Circuit Judgein 4/12 4t 5/3 /? .,. t f qa rtiv Sizes 6'', to 12. e Ideal for cleaning ovens, broilers, bar ,round cooling system corrosion
Bradford County Florida at and for Bradford County, .) becue grills, & stainless steel.

12:00 Noon on May 7, 1973. Florida In his office in the NOTICEIn
Said Clerk will sell to the Courthouse of said County at The Circuit Court of Florida ect' ; iIj Our Obesum Price Our 0''... Prico. ,
highest bidder at said public Starke, Florida, within six Eighth Judicial Circuit, You'd ap' Pay I We. 1 BB wa..a unyr- Our Dkreunr' Pnc.U .
sale for cash lawful moneyof (6) calendar months from the In and For Bradford County, To Ile 00 Pr w.. 2i5'ear
the United States, the full time of the first publication Florida. Case No. ,

amount of the bid price to be of this notice. Each claimor IN PROBATEIN I --- ,
paid to said Clerk on the day demand shall be In writingand RE: Estate of LILLIAN x Clairol Float NotMen's < 1 Quart -m rc 20'f
of said sale, and the Boardof shall state the place of GERTRUDE PHELPS de- { ; 8 Dt C

County Commissioners of residence and Post Office address ceased. .. Knit ? Route.F.. Fluid -
Bradford County, Florida will of the Claimant, and NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Short Sleeve r 1r99' PolrI
furnish to the successful bid- shall be sworn to by the Clai- All Creditors and Per- w r For use JJ Pro
mant, his agent, his attorney, Sport Shirts t Men'sShorty automatic _
der a good and sufficient War sons Having Claims or Demands Nash S Comb Shanties all pure
and such claim demandnot transmission
ranty Deed conveying to him any or pose
Against Said Estate: e Wde, selection u BDt, S
title to the hereinabove described so filed shall be void. You and each of you are of f styles t r ; Pajamas 'C Olsc rNa: AtTOMAriC eenn g. S wmg
Charles M. Gadd Jr. l'RAXeMI3Sl ,
lands on the date of
hereby notified and requiredto & fabrics w
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said sale. as Ancillary Administrator present any claims and Sizes, SM, rat Cotton, i\ rwrD Nu.wwrf SAVE 197. SAVE 1,00
C.T.A.of the Estate of JohnD. Johnson's By Pcwdw Model PL 20P
Said Clerk will not acceptany demands which you or either L & XL R / Short
Rogers Deceased. 14 OK.
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bids for the hereinabove of you, may have against '
4/26 4t 5/17 sleeve Issk ; piN Prlaa Our 0"cau r hk. Our Ohaunr Pik.
described real property in the estate of LILLIAN GER- SAVE 117. 1,, e Short leg 1>* Ma.It.i Mw ', ', we. 9Gk20' w..14:86'r'
an amount less than$1,000.00.No TRUDE PHELPS, .*.. ised, \ ', t Easy
abstract, title Insurance, NOTICEIn late of said County, u the 0., DI.eo..' P" core
or survey will be furnishedby The Circuit Court, Judi- Circuit Judge of Bradford w..IM' i '' !' W Children's Aspirin_ _
the BOARD OF COUNTY cial Circuit of Florida In County, Florida at his office ILII II r e toD'l 3b'spt r.re.

COMMISSIONERS OF BRAD- and for Bradford County.In in the Court House of Y A VOLINEo
FORD COUNTY' FLORIDA. Re: Estate of HURDIA said County at Starke, Florida 1 i I II

rhe BOARD OF COUNTY D. FLUME Deceased. within Six (6) calendar Ladies' A YOUR CHOICE!
COMMISSIONERS OF BRAD- NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo months from the time of the Nylon Ribbed 4 _

FORD COUNTY FLORIDA, all creditors and all first publication of this no 1or'B. Plastic AssortsientA. I fOIL Juliette AM/FM Digital Radios
demand Pullovers .40 qt Footed
will not pay for any record- persons having claims or demands tice. Each claim or
shall be in writing, and shall e Nylon Waste Baskets e Model FDC 1060-A. Solid state
ing said
expenses or documentary against estate.
stamps connected with the recording You, and each of you, are state the place of residenceand Ill I ,II e Fashion Ruffle effect colors Men's Nylon Yellow instant sound, Lighted clock
dreg Film
office address of the llI 8.10 gal. Plastic 3 9.1. QT type
of said Deed. hereby notified and requiredto post bottom& sleeve Stretch Socks general time d- SAVE 5.00

Dated at Starke, Bradford present any claims and claimant, and shall be sworn e Sizes-S, ,M,LOut 100. Nylon, Garbage Cola gital' movement,
County Florida, this 23rd day demands which you, or either to by the claimant his agentor I ,#i tt \ Discount ter. e Ankle Green con, I
of April, 1973.BOARD of you, may have againstthe his attorney and any such 1 w.. R e block lido 0. O..e.. ... p"...
OF COUNTY COM- estate of Hurdla D. Flume claim or demand not so filed SAVE 20% i I i i C. Plastic Launrfn r Woo J2.I6"
MISSIONERS, BRADFORD deceased, to the Judge of the shall be void. I i SAV! 137. Baskets V
COUNTY FLORIDABy said Court, County Courthouse /sClaire Phelps Chlapplnl ( i 1 III l Yellow 1 Gal Eagle Eagle 6' Vinyl

: /GILBERT SBROWN Bradford County, Florida as Administratrix the estateof \ t
CLERK within six months from the LILLIAN GERTRUDE \ II P A Dn.. "' S Kills & controls 72".27"woth.
(SEAL) date of the first publicationof PHELPS deceased. Ladies' 1 t7 U 1 1e aN + black & pillow

4/26 2t 5/3 this notice. First publication April 26, Nylon ee lii i, '.t r green algae, e Heavy duty,
a Each claim or demand must 1973. Slacks Boys' e Prevents e Assorted
NOTICEIn be In writing and must state 4/26 4t 5/17 Brushed Denim r athlete's foot, colors.

The Circuit Court of the the place of residence, and e 100" A jeans ,?- IG/CIQ/ SAVf 207. SAVI11"';
Eighth Judicial Circuit Flo- post-office of the Nylon 100"; Cotton
rida In and For Bradford claimant and must be sworn FILING CABINETS. Type- Ill stretch e 2 front pock-

County. Case #- to by the claimant, his agent, writer Stands, Desks Chairs .prl l, els, Assorted Our D,. i
IN: RE: Change of Name or his attorney, or it will Safes.Bradford County I colors w.. wa.J19C
of the Minor Children: RO- become void according to law on Izes 818.
SELVA MAE WASHINGTONand Each creditor shall deliver type :t. 0'.count P rw i I

EDWARD JOHNSON JUNIOR sufficient copies of his claimto SlIes.8.18 ,\ "' _2' 6'x 15" Steel Wall Swim Pools / Plastic
WASHINGTON.NOTICE enable the Court to mall I SAVE 1.00 l' Magnolia" Pitchers
Deluxe 6' 15" steel wait pool factoring
OF INTENTION TO one to each personal repre- Telegraph.BUBBER I s'..... u heavy duty cotivgv SAY t.OO Toilet)I Seats Cut
APPLY FOR CHANGEOF ; sentative. v'".Ell I .f'g ted well.Heavy duty / White glass
NAME Dated April 23, A. D. 1973 II w' V vinyl liner& drom. <:::== d pink, ; effe/ t.
TO: WILLIE BENJAMIN Clara F. ColsonAs ; Our 0!N.urr PN blue, Ass t.l' t.
WASHINGTON Executrix of the Last w, MS" colors
NOTICE Is given that the Will and Testament of, Hur yellow, \green Molded P rH

undersigned Petitioner, DELILAH dia D. Flume Deceased. \ wood.Baked SAVE 20% SAVI11%
WASHINGTON; whose First publication on April 26, enamel finish,

residence address is P. O. 1973. STflfllPS Ell .m
Box 95, Lawtey, Bradford George L. Patten Our Oknuni. PNU 0.,01"w..46' r PN.

County, Florida intends to Circuit Judge Men'33 Woo
apply to the Honorable 4/26 4t 5/17 P.F 1
1 Men's & Ladles Sunglasses
GEORGE L. PATTEN,. Judge "Sluggers"'i. V 1 Children's .Men's. 4 Ladles
of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, NOTICEIn Made to Order Sneakers Colorful Sandaiie : Strav Tatamas Assorted designs. All sues and

in and for Bradford County, The Circuit Court of Florida e "The allpurposesneaker SAVI1S% eW""eftto.tn"sole i SAYE o16% shapes. Impactr.- SAVE 13%
lens. For
at his Chambers In the Bradford Eighth Judicial Circuit, Ring\ .strop, s Thong sly.cepeOI., .
County Court House at In and For Bradford County. Highest Quality You a expect vamp 5isas Vinyl 8.3. .,Slits.
3:00: P.M. on May 29, 1973, Case Number- Pay Up To e 0.,11..-.._.* Price1W. Out Ofo4.w** Ptiaao III
or as soon thereafter as Petitioner IN PROBATEIn Reasonable Prices 9* oPi.r. w.. U.. To LM* ... 1..K
may be heard, for re: Estate of AL V. FOX- _
an Order changing Petition WORTH deceased


EDWINA DENISE JOHN- Your are hereby notified

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CLASSIFIED AD RATES makes Into a double bed. In person at Garden Restau- .r
Deadline for insertion Tues Red fabric upholstery. $35. rant. Itchg 5/3 LOST AND FOUND I WANTED TO RENT CARL BEGGS RAY'S ELECTRIC A.A. MEETING

day Noon preceding Thursday 964-7663. Itp 2 Br Home FRIDAY
before publication. HELP WANTED- Olin Mobile Call Herman BreedenAt I Gulf Service Residential
Minimum Charge 2.00 FOR SALEEstate diamond Homes Sales. Appear in REWARD: Lost on Southsldi Cadillac Uniform 8:30: P.M.
(Covers 15 Words) ring 1 1/4 ct. very oldworth person. tfchg. Elementary school playground Commercial
Each; word over 35, 10* much more than asking priceat -Red nylon jacket with patches. 964.5090 Industrial 309' N. CHERRY ST.
All Classified Ads must be WOODBURN'S Gem Je- Call 964-5586 or 964- USED

paid for in advance unless welry. Up r WANTED ] 6756. Up Licensed Bended Want To Drink, That's
0. C. Cries
established Nvrury
you account
FOR SALE18' Your Business .
glass boat PARTSFor
with the Telegraph in 90 Central Machine Thousands of Plants Fr.e Estimate
that event 50* extra chargefor trailer hp $900 motor-1965 or best offer.and And Tool Products Fruit Trees, Shade Tr.... Ph. 473-3681 Want To Stop, That's Our

billing. Not responsible* 964-8087. 5tp 5/31 BUYING U. S. Silver coins, TOOL MAKERSDIE Evergreens, Camellias, Most Makes Of Cars
Axaleas, Roses Business
for errors when given over any condition, 25% over face, .
the phone,or when copy is FOR SALEPortable wash- old coins & coin collections MAKERSMachinists Most In LANDSCAPING Cans Plant Anytime 34 Hr. Wrecker Service No Job Too Small

not typed and brought to ing machine, good condition. wanted. Paying market price. 23 MI. S.E. Of Stark.
Top Rates 54 Hour W..k.Hoapltallsation Hwy. 301 N.
the officr. $45. Ph. 964-8359. 315 N. Phone for appointment. J. R. Hwy. 100Flarohom. THOMAS REALTY
Clark. Itp Bullington 964-7271 or 964- Insurance.Cleen 659.2165SEMI Phone 468-1998
6250. tfchg Precision Air Condition 964-5701 Nltes 468.1753

FOR SALEEstate diamond 9hooCEHTRAL YOU- UStAl19 2 BR 1 Bath Cent Heat/ lr
ring 1 1/4 ct. very old-Worth MACHINE MOBILE HOMES I

MISCELLANEOUSSHEET much more than asking price. & TOOL PRODUCTS INC. 4 BR 2 Bath C/B 11/2 Acres
WOODBURN'S Gem Jewelry. GMACHINE Real Estate
EFOR SALE Gainesville, Fla. Expected All
ltp New Homes
Ph. 376-2533 Broker 3 BR 2 Bath Cent Heat/Air

FOR SALEBaby Calves & This Week. Come In And
ROCK & Beautiful Estate $75,000
hanging Fin-
goats. Northern livestock, Sales and Service
ishing. Ceilings crowfootedor See Them Open Until Dark.
Waldo Road, Gainesville.378- FOR SALENew 3 bedroom
swirled stucco & PFAFF- ELNA New 3 BR Brick Cent Heat
3901. 4tp 5/10 brick veneer, 2 baths, living -
& Air 10 Acres Paved RD
patching. Simulated brick or 1650 N.
New Home
Temple Ave.
room, kitchen and dining Call Bill Powell
stone finish old Spit
or new
LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering area. Good location. Finan- WHITE 964.7212 Starke. Fla. 20 Acres for $15,000!
buildings. II & H Plastering 6x9.. $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98; cing available. Call Buford MORE BOAT FOR 964-6464
& Dry Wall, Inc. Ph.7823896or 12 x 12, $11.50;" 12 x 15 only Mitchell, 964-6853. tfchg YOUR MONEY $49.50 up Open Sun. 38 Acres Cleared $34,000
782-3578. 4tchg 5/10 $14.95. Many patterns and co. 24 Hrs. A Day
lors. Dahmer's Discount tf FOR SALEhouse, 2 BR, Stark. Ph. 964.5791 Parts & Repairs on A.J. Thomas-
WANTEDUsed furniture W/W A/C. 7 lots. all other make Realtor 964-5701
,re carpet machinesNATIONAL PLANNING A TRIP?
Complete Outboard & Stern _
frigerators, washers.Dah- 408 Redgrave St. Mr. Bates Fred SackettAssociateE.
mer's Discount Mouse, tfchg & Country Club, ready for 373-2773. Gainesville. Itp Drive Service and Repair. Plumber'sHelpers LET US HELP!
building on or for investment.Lots Complete; Fiberglass Repair
area approximately 1/2 Custom built Fiberglass We Will Finance Your Trip
MASONERY! block & brickwork acre and larger. Paved roads NATIONAL mortgage company Fishing Boat W. Handle W. Pringle
done. Call 782-3215. only 3 minutes from town. has two four|bedroom, 2 611 W. Univ. Av.
::!tp 510TYPEWRITERS Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 bath homes for sale, on 1/2 Mln. 2 Yrs. Exp.rlenc. EXOTIC CRUISES Roofing Co.
p.m. tfchg acre wooded lotd. Low down Gainesville, Fla. T. The
ADDIIIG: Machines No Other Need Apply
payment. Call and see how
& Cash Registers FOR SALERegistered Angus easy It Is to own one of these Refinishing 378-1355 CAMIIEANSAlso 17 Yr. Experience
cleanedrepaired.. STARKE homes. Call collect Ocala 622- S AI..lin. Ticketsand
bulls 1 and 2 year old. Phone I Licensed
TYPEWRITER SERVTCE 782- 8118. ifchgHOUSES SliockleyPlumbing 1 ours
Jlfi4--6114. J. B_ WhL I tfch_ All Types Of
3020.. 5l0EARL'S Loans To $600
4tp New
& Old
qiI// ear LONG CHAMPHome Inc. Call 964-7449
land clearing, dozer OF VACUUMS F/gpvd Cabinet Work 1 Yr Guarantee
work & fill dirt. Free esti- Many brands of new vacuums TOWN FINANCE CO.
mates. KIngsley Lake Ph.533- $39.00 up. Used machines FOR RENT Specializing In and Building P.O. Box 226 N. Temple Free Estimates
2147. 8tp 5/31 from $10. Expert Repairsall Piano RefinishingAnd Materials 515 S.E. 11th PloceGain.svill.
makes. Parts and Acces- 964-8961
BULLDOZING: < & Wheel Tractor sories for all vacuums. Builtin Reconditioning! WE BUILD ., Job Opportunities
work by the hour or job. Central vacumn clea.- "j FOR RENT- summer cot "Your Plan. Or Ours
Goetzman Brothers garage, systems. 712 N.Main, Gaines- tages, A/C. Kingsley Lak C. E. JACKSON Your Lot Or Our,." 904.378-2323 NO JOB TOO BIG
Keystone Heights, Fla. Ph. ville 376-7110 1313 W. Madison Starke
By week. Call 533-2366 after Waitress an.! Cooks
473-3104 or 473-3183. 4tp FREE ESTIMATES
six. tfchg I Remodeling Repairs United Farm OR TOO SMALL

5/3 t FOR RENT 1 INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR Additions ; Agency, Inc- a

AUTOMOBILESUSED SELLING? Hom i Bought Said JTraded Reg. Real Estate Broker
LICENSED electrician and 1111
sub-contractor, all types CONTACT i Paul & Irene Faulkner 111111 Gloss Repair
home remodeling work. Also FOR RENT 12x60 2 bedroom ACREAGE FOR SALE944M53 Associates Houses and Trailers

welding. Speedy service. 964- mobile home, also trailer GEORGE ROBERTS ,, 206 S. Water Street FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE

8087. 5tp 5/31 space. Marvin Rosier. Ph.. FOR SALE1965 Ford Mus- REAL ESTATE Hwy. 301 S. Stark. TF. { Starke, Fla. 964.5065 ,., A.L. Mooty &Son Glass Co.'-r-
964-6214 Itp
-- or tang. Call 782-3215. Itp Phone 373-1544\
HOUSE Painting, contract or Charles Zlpperer WANT TO SELL OR Gainesville 5/3 4TP'}/ .r
hourly basis. Call 964-5559 FOR RENT Mobile homeon FOR SALE 1964 Ford Associate RUY REAL ESTATE?
Lake. No pets. Call Us For Best
after 5 p.m. 4tp 5/3 Kingsley Prices
runs good $100.Carl McKinley
Jerry Glover Jacksonville PHONE 96 -7826 WANTED Prospects Waiting .
TAKE soil away theBlue Lus- 724-5472 after 5 p.m. 4tp Lawtey. Itp 421 W. MADISON ST. t c h 9 RestaurantGOOD KIRBY CO. Of Starke
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tre way from carpets and up- 5/24 Experience Service Man (WINKLER ELECTRIC,
------------------------ FOR SALE1967 Bonneville
holstery. Rent electric sham- PAY
pooer $1. DevrIck Inc., 301 FOR RENTMobile home, 2 Pontiac. One owner car, full For Mobile Ham S.t U) Plumbing & EI.ctrlcal INC.)
E. Call St. 964-6163. It bedroom, A/C, Central heat power, A/C 24$62tp$ Jim ELECTROLUXSALES Repairs and Installations AND BENEFITS
private lot, bills paid. Adults Chasteen 31- 5/3 & SERVICE & Do)I very. Must Have ACE ENTERPRISE Paid Vacations KIRBY
"WE NOW HAVE diamond needles only. No pets. $110 month, 1st Chauffer" Licenses & 24 Hour Service
for any make or model and last month required. Cleans Shag Carpet Experience In Retail 964-8220 If No Answer Paid Holidays
stereo player-- Dahmer's Hampton, 468-1152. ltp Better Than Any Other Call 431-1000 or 431-1200 Group Insurance Vacuum
Discount House tfchg r LOST ANO FOUNDREWARD 1 Mobil. Home Business.
Vacuum Profit CleanersSales
FOR RENT- bedroom trailer Cleaner Sharing
LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast on Bessent Road. Call 964- Life Time Apply UniformsAnd
with X-ll DIet Plan, $3.00. 7492. Up Service Guarantee PUMPSNEW Others and Service234'N.
REDUCE Excess Fluids with Lost pocket book Mustang AND USED Many
Back Gua- afternoon In the area CALL AL YOUNG
X-Pel $3.00.Money FOR RENT12'. wide MODUS Monday
Person Av.
In Temple
rantee at Koch Drug. 12tp homes outside city; limits. of Starke Builders Supply and Gainesville 372-7811 Mobile Homes SALES Apply

6/21 B. White. Ph. 964-6114. if Joe's Saw Shop. Need contents Stork 964.8221 PARTS HOLIDAY.INN.
1650 N.
no answer, 964-6219. tfchK Call 9647580. Up Tempi SERVICE Phone 964-7596
ROOFING, specializing In repairs Ph. 964-7212 OF STARKE
and reroofing: All repairs Deep and Shallow Wills I After 6 P.M. 964-5359
guaranteed 1 year. MILLER .r... Between 8 A.M. 5 P.M.
Aluminum gutter, white ena- t IIELP WANTEDWANTED j (j} MARTIN CAMPERS
mel. COOL SEAL FOR MOBIL U.S. 90 West. Lake City Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT
.HOME ROOFS.) 3/4 mile N. Phone 752-3723 SERVICEON PINEHURST
301. Rogers Upholstery: 964-
83.0.; 4tp 5/24 Maid at To-Rena FIAT: For Best Selection Of ALL MAKES

Motel. Apply in person only. Sales Parts ServiceNew VOLKSWAGEN TRAVEL TRAILERS PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE Grocery And Variety StoreWE
LAWN Mowing service, largeor ltP. MINI-HOMES .
N.w & Used
small. Contact Steve Tho- and Used HAVE MOST COMPLETE

mas 964-7415 tfchg HELP keeping.WANTED Live in: Lighthouse-with elderly USED IMPORT CARS Sales Service 'WI TRUCK AND TOPPERSFull CAMPERS PUMP & SUPPLY CO. FABRIC AND NOTIONS SHOP

lady. 326 W. Call St. Phone NARFRED AUTO 1 Mi. North of the Mall Line Of Ports And Moved 5 Blocks North IN STARKE
964-7020 before 6 p.m. Itp IMPORTS, INC. GAINESVILLE Service 864 N. Temple Ave Also Complete Line Of Hardware & Drapery Supplies

I r FOR SALE J 509 E. Univ.rsityGaln.svlll. TF Hwy. 100 East Store Hours 7-11

WANTED I 372-4373 TF Of Starke 7 Days a Week
Carpenter MfTll and Christine D... T.F.
The world's largest onyourlot WANTED Now In Starke
FOR SALE Estate dlamoi, builder needs framing sub- -
ring I 1/4 ct. very old-Worth contractor, plenty of work In N Real Estate
much more than asking price. all areas. Must have crew, Forget SINGER HIPP pEJ!) TRACTOR CO.Telephone.
Woodburn's Gem Jewelry. tools and transportation.Con- SalesmanFull (e
Up. tact Bill Gregory, 6227 Phil- something? 372-3464
lips Hwy., Jacksonville. Call Time Approved Dealer
collect *
FOR SALE I buckskin Sewing Machines
Gelding, I red mare, 1 red Stchg 4/26 Right Person"Confidential" Vacuum Cleaners & Used
473-3098 2tp 5110
gelding. n 1
Scissors i
HELP WANTED-Experienced Write B c/o Bradford County 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441
FOR SALEAntique upright electricians and electricians Telegraph Other Notions

piano. In call good 964-5612 tune. If after interested Company helpers. Apply Keystone Bell Electric Heights.Ph. 0 Give Phone & Time To Call We Offer Expert Service On All Makes Sewing GAINESVILLE. FLA. r

5:30 p.m. Itp 473-3602. tfchg Machines And Vacuum Cleaners "Where Service Is The Better Idea"

Colemnn Center
e e aI e mu Sewing
- -e e e e a e AT REDUCED RATES


I Well don't forget last sum DOYLE E. CONNER 9648312Bill's Complete Building Service
mer's sizzling heat! Tame
I Phone 964-5270. 219 E. Washington
hot weather last with a famous g.
Owen Joist ,ol' Florida, Inc. needs dependable, I Carrier quality cen Stacke, Fla.
No experience necessary. tral air conditioner at the
bodied factory I lowest prices ever during r---------------- CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL
Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits.' our pre-season pricebreaker For Plumbing Service $4.59
I "The No Wax Floor"romoletely
sale! ---. I C.B. Radio & Equipment :
1 CALL : Installed Compare At $6.50 P.r.a Yd.
IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY AT I -----= I 321 N. Temple A... Stark, Fla. t

Ph. 964.8346.8361
t Best Selection Of Communication Systems At Low DiscounrPrices.
I Many: Colors To Chaos From $6.97
I II t N.w ConstructionOr Eiceede F.H.A. Specirie.tlons
I AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER INDOOR OUTDOOR DEAK NEON I Repairs Compl.t.ly In.mud 0.... Rubber. Padding Per .<*. Yd.

I Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday I II Sawyer-Slade Gas t All Types of Advertising Signs I Phone 473-21)4 SHAG

I II I 332 W. Madison t Made At Bill's C.B. Lake Gene**, Fl.. t The Carpet With The) Now,Loold

7:00 To I Sterke, Flo. 72 Hour Service On All Magnetic Signs. I (Local Call From Starke) Many 100%: Colors Continuous To Choose Fll. Nylon From
I A.M. 5:00 P.M. L I 57 95
964-7701 __ Completely Installed Over Rubber Padding P.. Iq. Yd. .
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Set Friday At Blandingby

Jim Henderson to attend the' ceremony de- MG Henry W. McMillan, adJutant manded by Capt. James R.
PIO Detachment53rd spite' having minor surgeryat general of Florida, and Reddish., The unit furnishes
., Inf. Brigade Maxwell AFB, Alabama, BG Kennedy C. Bullard, com maintenance support for the
: w earlier In the week. He's ex- manding general of the 53rd Brigade.The .
CAMP BLANDING, FLA., pected to arrive early this Infantry Brigade. current encampment is
May 1 '.-A former Prisonerof morning by helicopter from Gen. Bullard's brigade Is scheduled to end Saturday,
r War will be among the Orlando. staging the parade and its May 12, but is one of only
: VIP's on hand tomorrow(Fri Florida Gov. Reubin AskewIs conclusion will wind up the five groups slated to use the
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: ..' :. ,... day, May 4) at 2:30, to view also expected to attend group's first week of annual Blanding facilities this sum-
.'.:\ '.'..;, --.. ,," ." ,.,- the annual National Guard mi- the parade. If he comes. It field training. The public Is
'"4'C" :' ",a. .' .... litary parade on the Camp will be Askew's first parade Invited to attend. mer.Next
.:.. .;'....... '- ...."...'. "....'.''''''rt1': :. :...,....or.'.:....:. .'J.<.... ., Blanding parade, field. since taking office. Among those in the Bri- group scheduled In Is
,, ( ,, .J.o 'f"... ;' .. Lt. Larry Price of Orlando Guard officials planning to of
.. .:. ,,_ ...., .. >" '.., .1 '\. .. .'. gade Is Support a contingent 2,700 May
:.. ;. .;-:.,. .'. is-' ... ....#.\i....".. ..... '..:... has accepted an Invitation attend Include, among others. Battalion o.of.Starke, com 20 June 3.
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David Kaufman, 5, left, and brother Blnky, 10, of Camp Blanding and the tart of annual training. Co. D., -M.rr II
I Stark, eat their watermelon along the road tide while 53rd Spt Bn., of Starke, Is among the units currently ,

troops of the 53rd Infantry Brigade go by en-rout to participating In the annual two"Week exercl.e.I w ,.l 1 1 1 t I

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CommunityNews ROBERT STIFF Getting The Rim Off Repairing A Leak

I.f r./. CLIFF McBROOM SP4 J.J. Dampier, left, and PFC E.M. Padgett, of Lloyd E. Gllpln, chief welder for the service and

h r"i' ..M. q4 :- By JOHN WAGNER Co. D.,' 53rd Spt Bn., Starke, work on getting the rim off evacuation platoon of Co. D., 53rd Spt Bn., Starke, re
.p .f ....4.. H',? Eliiabeth Givens Walker PIO Detachment ono of the tires of their 2 1/2 t<>n truck during a- nual pairs a radiator a* SP4 H.F. Cruse looks on. The
i "", CHURCH NEWS' tialnlng, at Camp' Blending .Fl.., Tuesday. platoon is currently conducting annual training at Camp

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J ,!,'y'" f. .. .. \\l\ j 1 Rev. Leroy Davis oastor.Checkpoint _

.T : t t ti Wednesday Meeting; Sunday night. School Prayer at

I f 9:30, Regular services will
... be held next Sunday with Sun- EveryDayLowPrke; .
day School at 9:30, Morning
,,, service at 11 a.m. Evening
service, 6 p.m. CENTER CUT pantry

Greater Bethel Freewill REGULAR GR.ND FAIR
Williams pastor. Mrs. Mau-
Y rice J. Williams was the Youth
Day speaker for last Sundayand SUPERMARKETS
gave a very Informativetalk
to the group. The youth STARKE
were reminded to be con- 320 S. WALNUT ST.

cerned about the religiousas J$59 .....D.,..ow.oleu aOOD'D'"
well as the social aspectof LB e a weeN FAY Orunur.OOaQxwurD 1173 QUANTITY"
life. They were reminded 68 MIGHTS' itesenvcDHilie
to set aD I I si
goals now. I L BAG pleased 11 xuiil
f 1 At 3 p.m. Rev. Sumrall and U.S.D.JL FOOD STAMPCOUPONS
Youth Choir rendered service.
Ills message was centered
--_...- around the same facts to the CENTER CUT
youth, on "Sincere Faith." BONELESS CUT | ; '
I Weekly services will begin CHUCK, !
with Ushers Board No. 2 and ROUND I CHUCKROAST//"t11 ;
Charlie? Choir No. 3 holding their reg- 1 1
ular activity Monday night.
Well, not exactly, but if a vehicle has somethingwrong The Senior Choir meets Tues- STEAKS STEAK

these men, SP5 C.E. Leach, left, and SP4 D.W. day Wednesday night. Prayer night. Thursday Meeting 1 1

Bennett, of Co. D., 53rd Spt Bn., Starke, are likely to night the Ladies Circle will '
find the trouble. Here, they're checking over a vehicle. meet with Mrs. Sarah Prince. -'

after stopping it on the road during annual training at Friday night the Prayer Band $14'79C 8ft
will meet at the home of
Camp Blanding. !
Mrs Elizabeth Wright. Sat- /: :: : LB
urday the Senior Ushers will
sell dinners from the kitchen.
'" ,= The monthly Sunday School 'EveryDayLowPrkcONILES EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrkeFYNE EveryDayLowPrkePLUMROSE
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,14 rI teachers meeting will be held CHUCK SLICED 1/4 LEAN TASTE
::p r Saturday at 6 p.m. All tea
chers are asked to please be
I -\ present pastoral and day.on time.Services SundayIs will 2i
/ begin with Sunday School at 2 $118
9:30. Morning service at 11. 4.2SozPKQ

I 7i. ;\.. 1 \ u" ( r I Evening Dinner will service be served, 6 n m.atl230.. r s DRIU J Ltl

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t'J. .p School at 9:45.: Morning LAUNDRY I 1
Z.'jt service at II with Junior Choir j
; / rendering song service. Eve- CHILI WITH- ;
-- ning service, 6 p.m. All members B
V; > .... --J4 are Invited to attend. 1 1 finirunin
../ ..... .... -... ...#', 1I\< J Greater Allen Chapel AME 84oz 1 30 oz ; ( may 99C
Church, Rev. B. C. Williams, a99c CAN 39 1 3oz

Repairing A Tent pastor.Sunday School will begin BOX 1 1 1 1 JAR

These men of Co. D., 53rd Spt. Bn., Storke, repaira services at 10 a.m. Lovefeast .
service at 11. The Pulpit Aid
tent during annual training at Camp Blandin;,. Fla. Board will meet Sunday at _EveryDayLowPrkeSWIIT BonusBuy EveryDayLowPrkeSWIIT EveryDayLowPrkeLIBBY'S
Tuesday. From left, are SP4 R.A. Prevatt, PFC C.L. 3 p.m. at the church. All LARGE U.S. NO. I FANCY
Leggett and SP5 T.F. Hardee.Getting members are asked to please MIllOW
cooperate with this activity. Golden Ripe WESTERNHONEYDEWS FLORIDAORANGES YELLOWCORN
Holy Communion will be given PINEAPPLE
In the 5:30: services. All BANANASPFEIFFER iLICIt*.CHUNK 4 CftUSHK*
members are Invited to attend -
A i these services. Tues- 1 LW.I SLB 47* !P 696oz < 4/l
( day night April 8, the Sen- BAG_ _ _
ior Choir Is sponsoring an
I activity. All members are i i
1 asked to please cooperate with fTriirwTlDRESSINGS! LIBBY'SDRINKS I"" RICEARONI-
vt k kfi7Ir them.Plans are In the makingfor SALAD ; ;

1 the annual Women's Day
celebration which will be held ;
tC; i I June 10.Every member Is ask .
ed to please cooperate with OR W NICKEN Bot- SPANISM .
,4;; this activity.We 1 .
A f 1, can make this activity ; \ / )
what we want It to be. We / !: *

$L are Cub working Pack for success. BTLS 8oz $1 1 CANS> 999tuniw I / 1

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I 513 held their monthly Pack SCENE PAN PAL H French StickBREAD PLAINPOUND
Meeting on Thursday Apr.
26, with Den 3 presentingthe SPRAYFRY HAMBURGER'
I program. Awards and 82 ROLLS
badges were presented by
Scoutmaster Charles Rasnick,
with Mike Holmes, Wayne I 130.79*

W Chambers, and Tommy Mur-
r 17 ?7r row receiving Webelos bad-
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, The Tent Up The a Pack nationwide also participatedin loan-up FLAVOR CALO Pantry WHIP Pnd rROZEN CALM ........ ......- Q.TIPS
Men of Co. D.,'53rd Spt Bn., mechanical maintenance with Day on the Saturday Cubs ,meeting Apr. 28 at, ICE Cat Food TOPPING Dt000RANi SHAMPOO COTTON SWABS

annual platoon training of Starke at erect Camp a Blanding tent In,the Fla.motor'pool during Southslde and picking Elementary up trash School. :;::. 69c 3/29c a; 3/$1 u. 4/-1 o,: 59cIsI.29 uo. 79cJ

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