Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03929
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03929
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Sweetest Strawberries' This Side of Heaven

"01.1))$ STARKE, FLORIDA 13 Cents

No.21 Thursday,January 3, 1971! Copy

1 Daylight-Saving Time Is Here Again!

Nearly everybody will be the holidays and President that substantial amounts of New 3,300 KW Generator

getting up an hour earlier Nixon signed the measure into energy will be savedthe
starting Sunday morning law. Some think it will save equivalent of about 150,000
Jan. 6, when daylight-saving energy while others, termingthe barrels of oil a day. Energy
time is brought back on a measure meddling with experts believe that year-
year-round basis for a two-. time, decry it as unnecessaryon round DST will save about one
year period. a year-round basis. per cent In fuel used for
Touted as energy-saver, the The U. S. Senate maintainsthat generating electricity.In Goes In Power Plant
DST measure was one of the by shifting an additionalhour addition, planners expecta City
few things Congress could of daylight from the decline in fuel used for home

agree on before adjourning for early morning to late evening (See Page 10))

...- Starke's Power Plant
5' ; m. r IIIi received
a new generatorlast

Thursday which will Prison Garment

,i' t 11 f yl add almost 50 percent to
the kilowatt output of the
e city the second large

1 addition to the power plantin Factory Trials

$! z $ ya the past six years.
", The 12 cylinder engine
will produce a 3,300

M kilowatt output added to Begin MondayTrials
v, P i.'i J { '
the present 7,490 kilowatts

I f produced by the seven
v..,. "'' 1 1tx engines in operation. for the "Garment on April 30, 1973.: in the garment

The motor from the Factory 14" are scheduled to factory at the Florida
begin January 7th in the State Prison, inhich
isI Worthington Corp. of Bradford County Circuit defendants are charged with
y Buffalo N. Y. weighs just Court. committing assaults

under 80 tons. for destroying furniture, and
t Judge Theron A Yawn, who
I I k : ''F- the huge engine is set for will preside over the cases, clothing equipment materials and setting Prison lire to

4 March 24, according to Bob. 'may be considering issuing an officials estimate the damageat
Pierce from Worthington. order calling for trials for two $40.000.( )
or three of the 14 at one time,
is The defendants earned (the
Pierce said the engine
instead of all 14 at once for
rated at 4,655 horsepower.Wood nickname "Garment Factory
wr.. y i h rsr lxri Hopkins General security Charges reasons.against the four- 14" during a rally held at the
Contractors from Jackson University of Florida Oct. :24.
teen stem from a disturbance
ville were hired by Worthington sponsored in support of the \14
nt'4L to move the by several black groups

generator from a railroad car 4 B&E'sReported In late September the same
to the foundation of the plant. group and protest marchers,
: I Ernest Triest had set the 10' marched from Gainesville to
Ji, uy r deep foundation and is con- Starke to support the 14 inmates -
Y + tractor for the expansion of at FSP and to protest
hJi the present building to house poor treatment of black
a'a the new generator.The prisoners in the state The
11 man team from Wood In WeekFour group held a brief rally in
Hopkins transferred the Heno in Starke then dispersed
i' ; a f' 154.500 pound motor from the breaking and en- The march came off
_.",..n.-.wttl lr4d .rt) railroad car to a tractor. terings took place in the Cityof without a single disorderly
trailer early Thursday.The Starke during the week of incident Irom marchers or
City,Commissioner Orle Wiggins and City Clerk Merrill plant| Is moved from a tractor-trailer to thfc 10-foot deep team headed by Joe Dec. 26.31, according to the local citizens.
Edwards watch as the new HO ton engine for the Starke power concrete foundation. McGee of Starke moved the Starke Police Department, The inmates are chargedwith
engine from the tractor- including at least one theft a variety ol offenses
trailer to the concrete foundation which could have been stemming I from the riot
2 Stolen Cars in 40 minutes Thursday motivated by hunger.An Charged with assault with
t afternoon.Two intent to commit murder' "riot
I 60-ton winch trucks estimate of $157 of and assault by a prisoner are
various assortments of food :Nathaniel: Pr(?ssle Leon
were used to move the motor. >
Found In UnionLAKE Total cost for the project were stolen from the D and D :Mungm.illie l' llollev
What-A-Burger on 408 South Ernest McCloud
including the motor and parts, Harry Grays,
Walnut Street, Dec 29. Stolen and James F.: Edwards:
installation, building ex
BUTLER Union of 8 and 11 while he
p.m. p.m were: one box of three ounce Charged with aggravated
County Shenif's officers have was out of town. pansion and starting the hamburger patties, one box of assault arson riot and
is $750,000 accordingto
recovered two stolen vehicles The car was found only a engine sugar, three boxes of Jello,
assault by a are
Merrill Edwards. prisoner
this week. short time later city
past by a passing two boxes of tea. three boxesof George; Picket Willie Frank
Pierce reported that movingthe
The first, a 1970 Mustang motorist who reported a car
railroadcar pudding, one box of instant Rambo Stevie 1 Dwight.\ Lacy
owned by Seeber Moody of sitting along the side of the motor from the chocolate, two one-gallon Bell Bunme Hrown, Jr.
to the foundation
Lake Butler was reported road on SH-238 about eight bottles of chocolate syrup or Horace Leroy :Maddox and
Worthington over 10000.
missing by Moody late miles from Lake Butler. ketchup, five boxes of 64 '
As for the city, the engine )
Thursday night. Moody told When Union Deputy Larry is part of a $1,250,000 hamburger patties, one five (Charged with assault bv a
officers the car was taken Cockran arrived on the scene NE .i I Iasi expense in pound ham, three packages of are \villiam ('oil's,
bond issue passed late 1973 prisoner
from in front of his home
minutes after the report was pork chops, five steaks, four
I who also laces riot charges
for both plant expansion -
sometime between the hoursProram received he found the car a (Sat :.. wx power and sewerage packages of hamburger i4 and HarryIungm: .
of flame. Lake Butler ,,,, :t each) four of
mass -, e. treatment corrrection and pounds packs There are a total of \Metises.
Ceru; siie.w Volunteer Fire Departmentwas expansion.The hot dogs, 10 boxes of each involving one to several
sent to the scene and the new engine increasesthe vegetables, 20 T V Dinners ol the inmates all ol whom
Il t'SUlne53101tdrf'VThe blazing vehicle extinguished. h of r city power plant's firm and two gallon containers of have been termed b> local
Apparently leakage aroundthe capacity, the kilowatt output ice cream. Person persons court officials as some ol the
Starke Recreation gas filler cap on the rear of with the largest engine down, entered the vent hole of the worst security risks to face a
Department's Ceramic the car kept the gas tank from from 5.700 KW to 7,490 KW. restaurant, stated the reportof Bradford Court in some time.
classes will resume Monday, exploding.The Last summer the plant's peak Officer J. L Howard. There has been concern lor

January 21, with sessions second stolen vehiclewas ti ww power demand was approximately Five dollars in assorted some time about extra safety
being held each Monday and found by Union County 4 u: 6,100 KW, which change was stolen from a precautions to be taken duringthe
Thursday nights, 7-10 p,m., Criminal Investigator Carl F outstripped the plant's drink machine in the trials.
and each Wednesday more Miles Saturday morning. present firm capacity.Engineering Southside Elementary Schoolon By law, a defendant must he
Miles said the vehicle had
ning, 9-12 noon.Newcomers recommendations East SR-100. Sometime treated as a free person whileon
to the program been watched since it was are that plant between the Christmas trial. Therefore these
should contact Mrs. Lillie Ann found by deputies on routine should have a firm capacity Holidays person or persons defendants, although inmates,
Johns at the Recreation patrol Thursday.The The two crane operators manuev'erect the huge engine within Inches of the foundation where itwill larger than its peak demand. unknown entered the school cannot be hand cuffed
Department as to procedure car was taken from Tift rest on 113 cubic yards of cement, poured by Ernest Triest Construction Company, who The new engine puts Starke via door to the main office. manacled, or restrained in
to follow in participating in County information Georgia! ill's according received to will\also extend the building to house the new generator. back in that position.The Persons then proceeded to the any manner They must also
the program. There are no new engine is also being lunch room where they broke wear civilian clothes.
fees for the classes and the when running a check on the installed Only the court
just in time to meet a into the drink machine taking precaution
only cost is the materials that vehicle. Miles said he did not greatly increased demand, a approximately $5 in. assorted can take is to station extra
have the of the of
you may need. name owner demand it was most change, states the report of deputies in the courtroom to
the 1970 Maverick as yet and questionable if the plant could Officer George Tomosovitch. handle any disturbance which
that details in the
cases meet without the new engine.In might arise. Only after a
were slim for .the moment. An unknown amount of disturbance which disrupts
: February new
change! and soda was stolen
Center will courtroom procedure or endangers -
Square Shopping
from the washaterla on East
Boy Struck //fflt open for business. When all others in the courtroom -
Brownlee Road (next t toPeggy's
spaces in the center are occupied actually happens is the
Place), late Dec 31. allowed
the new shopping court to physically
14V1) Hurt By Car center is expected to demand person Sometime or between persons Dec.unknown 30-31 restrain a defendant.
KW to .
some 1,000 operate.In entered the washateria and
LAKE BUTLER A ten- addition, the third phaseof broke open the Coke machine
year-old boy Karl Dexter the new Bradford High
taking the money and the coin
Alexander of Lake Butler, was School is just complete with box. Also an undetermined BusinessAs
struck and injured late air-conditioning throughoutand amount of soda was taken
Tuesday, Jan 1, by a car a new 60-unit motel, an 8 from the machine, states
driven by Raymond Lee r Days Irn, is going up on US- Tomosovitch's report.Biggs'Laundromat. Usual
Jackson, 22, Rt. 1, Box 100, of 301 north.In on 411 S.

Learn to Pv Alachua. new contrast homes were to prior built years within 25 Walnut St. was broken into Next WeekBradford
Young Alexander was
late Dec. 30th, when persons
Model Airplanes Union General TT the corporate limits in 1973,
admitted to
y unknown attempted to break
.., will
which will create an additional get
with possible spinal 9
Saturday Hospital r 9 e A demand on the into three dryer machines and back to business as usual
ob power
and for further
injuries the Coke machine with a pry
Jan.S beginning with the county
10 a.m.Westside servation.The 4 + plant.The city plant is tool. Nothing was taken. The commission meeting Mondayand
accident occurred at power
forced the front door
Park persons school board
t currently using one 1,750 KW meeting
approximately p.m. open to get to the dryers, Tuesday.
Day when young Worthington
Model Plane Club Alexander and some friends went on line in 1967 and five states Howard's report.Army.EagleNavy Agenda for the commission
To Be Organized were playing along SR-121 1,000 KW Superior engines was not Jan. 7, includes the discussionof
across from Lake Butler which the city bought second broken into. Last week's Dec. a child care center or-
Adults NeededAs Elementary School. A groupof .i hand in the 1950's. Addition of 27 issue of the Telegraph dinance hearing recom-
Sponsors playmates were chasing the new unit will enable, in reported that Army-Eagle- mendations for zoning, in-
Alexander, who darted out in normal operating times, the Navy was being investigatedon terchange with the Dept of
C.,. ..,o< front of the car, according to old Superiors to be used as Christmas Day, "The front Transportation from Lake
the Union Sheriff's Depart- peaking units with the main door had to be opened with a City and yearly reorganization -
m 1r (!!nmmunUg&tatr ) ment. load being carried by the two key. You couldn't open the .
Worthington units. Total door without breaking the Dr. Robert Gillespy county
Sank t*measured Ski4marks, at thelscene.were The Forty minutes from the time the trailer backed In, workmen placed the new generator on steel output of the two Wor- door down, because of the health director presented
still under in- beams and huge wooden braces. Worthington Corp.. contractor for the entire $730.000 project, thington's alone will be over safety lock," stated Chief ordinance recommendation to
A..nb .... ....... U. case vetiV ati4h is. by Union DeputyJ. aid payment for moving the new 12 cylinder engine from railroad car to foundation was just 5,000 KW enough to meet the Jimmy Bowen. Nothing was commission last month for

T. amaoo.. W. Nettles, but no charges over 10000. plant's demand much of the taken from the Inside or the
rd..I D. ___c:.... (See Page IU)
outside of the store.
have been filed. (See Page 10)

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Anne Barnes Weds Family Honors Kim Solze On Birthday
Wedding PartyEntertained Higgmbotham- Catherine Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F.

CarterWeddingMrs. Charles Zipperer in HastingsMiss Gathers OnChristmas Kim Solze celebrated Hamilton, assisted in servingthe Shaw daughter announce, Robinson the birth, born of a

Eve birthday Saturday guests. December 27 in Alachua
Mr and Mrs. Charles E. her mother, Mrs. General Hospital, Gainesville.
Betty Jane Higgin- Catherine Anne Silver baskets of and
Zipperer were hosts at a botham daughter of Mr. and daughter of Mr.\ and white carnations pink The P. M. Barefoot home Solze, gave a bir Altar SocietySt. Maternal\ grandparents are
dinner party Thursday night Barnes roses pink Street party for her at their Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Wain-
and West Washington
Mrs. Rowell Prevatt
of Societywill
Mrs. M. Barnes and Altar
the Town Clyde pink snapdragons were Edward's
Dec 20 at Dolphin's Morris Carter Jr., of !Mr. the scene Christmas Eve ]Hall wright; paternal grand
House Restaurant in Palatkafor son Hastings, and Charles Ran used in decorating, together meet in the Parish Frazier
is Mrs. Shawof
their son Randall, and his and Mrs Morris Carter, Sr., dall Zipperer, son of Mr. and with pink candles, white a family get-together refreshment table Tuesday, Jan. 8, at 7:30: p.m. mother Starke.
financee. Cathy Barnes priorto were united In marriage Mrs. Charles E. Zipperer, of roses and \>alms. dinner. with a Christmas All ladies of the parish are

the couple's wedding Thursday, Dec. 13, in Starke, were united in The bride s table held a bud Traditional was centered with the urged to allend.CountryClub. \Mr. and Mrs. LaRue
rehearsal Folkston, Ga. marriage Friday evening, vase with pink and white decorations and a cake carrying. out the Williams or Ormond Beach
The T-shaped dining table Dec. 21, at 7:30 o'clock, in the roses, while a spray of pink tree were used throughout motif announce the birth of a son
of Christmas John Bates of Lawtey First Baptist Church of carnations, pink snapdragons, Colson
held a garland home.A were played by the Andrew born
greenery down the center, served as best man and Rose Hastings.The and white starburst pompomswas and prizes awarded Club women of the Starke December 11 in Halifax
interspersed with candles. Marie Bates of Starke was ceremony was per- used on the punch table. winners. Golf and Country Club will Hospital, Daytona Beach
matron of honor.Attending formed the Rev. W. O. buffet dinner was
meet in the clubhouse Monday -
head table
the was Material
Centering grandparents are
Guests were greeted at the
an arrangement of red and Willham against a door by Mrs.\ Ronald Lovett by the family, and sister Mrs George Jan. 7, at Linda m., according Mr. and Mrs. Ressie Colson of
background of palms and dinner gifts were to Mrs
white and car- Starke.
pompoms and presented to the receivingline
seven-branched candelabra in evening,
nations. Place cards markedthe the Nutcracker white Two tree composed of the bride and younger members of .
in holding tapers.
seating arrangement for Ballet presentation candles, with baskets of white groom, their parents and family went caroling.
the 28 guests, who included the Jacksonville December 22
wedding attendants.Miss .
honored couple their parents, were \Mr andIrs.! Ed gladioli mums and Fugii SEAMLESS ALUMINUM GUTTERING"ON
June Beede kept thebride's
stood either side Those for pr
and pompoms on present
Pfiesterand children\\Ir.\
of the
and members wedding
Johns and of the altar. family get-together were
Mrs. Randy
partyPersonal Charles The traditional wedding Marjorie Sleap cut the wedding Barefoot's N ,, .
Mrs .
gifts were daughters cake. Assisting in servingwere BEAUTY" """ .- '" ,," I nll'i41, II null Jj' I ". II II"" N
and \Mrs Lee Akridge. marches were played by Phil Captain and Mrs. Bobby ..,
presented to the attendants Darby Mrs. Carroll Norris, I i t"" I.." .1,, ,, i" ." '" :
Simmons who( also of Ft. Rucker Alabama
organist ,
the dinner '
during accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Thomas Lee, Sr., Mrs. and Mrs. Harry Stallings SIMPLICITY.. "I'. n' I I 11 '" I "
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William Cotton.( Charles Proctor, Mrs. Joe family of Gainesville, RESIDENTIAL <" I "
The bride was given in Barnes, Mrs. Barbara Green of Miami, and Mr. COMMERCIAL DURABILITY .. DAYCARE
;? marriage by her father. She Niciletti, and Mrs. Freda \Mrs. R. D. Cunningham '" .

J( ....1) CENTER 1i chose a gown of candlelight Wilke. daughter of Keystone FREE ESTIMATES VALUE .' ,
satapeau and Venice lace, After a wedding trip to and Mr. Barefoot's :
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FROM ARM BABIES worn over layers
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Jency Watson Is NominatedFor

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Watson, 17-year-old rN .h
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Starlingand William H. Mooty of Saudi Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Grider Christopher and daughters of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. ,,. '
family of Arlington, Arabia. had as their guests last Fitzgerald Georgia arrived T. Watson of Hampton is : S'i
Texas spent the Christmas Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. J P. Thursday for a holiday visit home for the holidays from WE SAY
holidays with her parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Struth Eldridge of Jacksonville. with her parents, Mr. and Brigham Young University,
and Mrs. W. L. Thomas.Mr. and family of Plant City and Mrs. C. L. Dinkins.Mr. Provost, Utah, where she
Mrs. Bobby Case and familyof Gary Hamilton of Atlanta entered last fall as an early I.IM'1!
and Mrs. Davis Cowanof Lake City spent Christmaswith and Mark Hamilton and and Mrs. Gilbert admission student from MINUTE
Jacksonville and Steve their mother, Mrs. Lou children of Tampa spent last Goldwire spent the Christmas Bradford High School. Lk. p
Tilley of Gainesville spent btruth, and family.Mr. weekend with their parents, holidays with their son and Jency had a grade point 'Fk' ..
Christmas with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Stierrod daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. average of 3.65 during her
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tilley.Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hood Hamilton. Mike Goldwire, and family in high school career and scored _
spent Christmas in Raleigh, West Palm Beach. 26 on the American College
and Mrs. Russell Bedellof North Carolina with their son Ritie and Jonathan Grover Test. As the first early admission
Gainesville and Mr. and and daughter-in-law, Mr. and and Tina Lackey of Mr. and Mrs. Audy Hinson student ever turnedout I
Mrs. Ed DeVelyder of Mrs. Richard Hood, and Jacksonville, Texas spent the Jr. and family of Palatka, Mr. at BUS, she has been I
Michigan spent Christmaswith daughter.Rev. Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Willis Chesser and nominated by Charles
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. and Mrs. Wyndell Grover and family of Salt Springs, Mr. Francis, principal, for honors
Holton. and Mrs. Allen Price family. and Mrs. James Martin and in the annual Outstanding
and family of Panama City family of Tallahassee and Teenager of America com
Spending the past week with spent Christmas with Mr and AI Harley and son of Merritt Miss Martha Dennis of petition. She will compete
her mother Mrs. Harry Mrs. M. B. Jordan. Island spent the holidays with Tallahassee spent the with other outstanding
Mooty, was Mrs. Robert G. his mother, Mrs. Lonnie Christmas holidays with their Florida teenagers, and the /
Thornton of San Diego Mr.and Mrs.S. G. Denmark Harley. parents, Mr. and Mrs. James winner will go on to the
California. Also attending the attended the Gator Bowl gamein 11. Dennis. national contest, where the

funeral of Harry Mooty on Jacksonville on Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. Gladys Weldon spent top award is a $1M)0( ) college receive her B. S. degree in
Wednesday afternoon were Christmas with her son and Buddy Paterson returned to scholarship.In 1973 and her doctorate in 1978
his two daughters, Mrs. Claire Doris Conway of daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Western Carolina Universityin her first semester at at the age of 22. r
McMillen and Mrs. Margaret Orlando is spending the Steve Weldon, and family in Cullowhee, N. C. after Brigham Young, Jency While in high school, Jency
Moody of Orlando, and two holidays with her brotherinlaw Macclenny.Mr. spending the holidays with his maintained a grade point placed fourth in the State
sons, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van and sister. Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. average of 3.95 which is Science Fair. During her
Mooty of Miami, and Captain M. A. Baldwin. and Mrs. Davidwwwwwwwwwwwwww Paterson. transferred as 4.0 to other sophomore year she won sixth

wwwwwwwwwwwwww wwwwwwwwwMww # S universities, due to the high place in the Florida Forensics
Mrs.H. L Brooks of Kansas scholastic of BU. Asa for
standing Association contest extemporaneous -
: City, Kansas is visiting her freshman she is taking 21 speaking and took

.[ son-in-law and daughter, hours, as compared to the seventh place in the same
and Mrs John M. WE MEAN IT
.' Captain Myers and family. normal load of 16. contest during her junior
As an early admission year.
student, she was allowed to Jency's brother. Bill
.*" Christmas holiday guests of leave BIIS at the end of her Watson, is also a freshman at

e .** Mr. and Mrs J. T. Carver and Mrs.and junior year to enter college, Brigham Young, where he is USEDCRRS
I1 family were Mr. and will receive her BHS majoring in animal science.He .
Harold Williams of OJ<
*) diploma upon completion of maintains a 3.5 CPA and
--- ,* Jacksonville. her first year of college. Her plans to enter a school of
goal is to become a doctor of dentistry later. Next year he
'* Senator and Mrs. Charley
clinical psychology, with a will begin
a two-year mission
'+ E. Johns spent Christmas day
double major in child for the
Church of Latter
'* in Orlando with their son-in- She to Day
development. expects Saints.
law and daughter, Mr. and

From +: Mrs. James Cash, and family. ::.:.:;:;:;:;:;:;::;::::.:.:.::::. :::::: : :: :::::* -::.L'stiasvsaJ'rr:; : ::: :::;: ::::;:::::: ::$:::{:::::i::::::$:r:::'inir::
+ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brown daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. P
and Drew and Charles Cressler, and sons. Severo and children of
Gil and Palmer,
+ 1973 Chevrolet Monte CarloLandau
i* Adrienne Barry left Christ- Sterling, Virginia.Mrs. .
AliTheGangAtBaldwin mas day for a week's skiing Mr. and Mrs George Coupe. Dark Blue with White Vinyl Top only 16.000
trip in Boone North Carolina. Huggins and family attendedthe G. J. McGriff, Sr. miles. Uke Brand New
HugginsMcCallumwedding spent the Christmas holidayswith
:* Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. at the Highland Mr. and Mrs. G. J. $399500
J. W. Kincaid spent the Presbyterian Church in McGriff, Jr. and family of
Chevy Olds C Christmas holidays in Tampa Gainesville Saturday af Gainesville. Mrs. McGriff's

with their brother-in-law and ternoon. granddaughter Kathleen, 1973 Chevrolet Impala CoupeOnly
sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. returned home with Mrs.
4 lloppe, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. McGriff to spend the New 13,000(() miles one owner with power steering power
+ Green and Mr.and Mrs. Eddie
Year's holidays. brakes, air condition New all over
J Mr. and Mrs. R. A. ColsonreturnedhomeThursday Douglas and children spent
T after last Sunday in Sanford with $319500
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Cottle
T and half weeks Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe
spending two a
and family of Woodbine.
Ormond Beach with their and family.
in and Mr. Georgia spent Christmas day 1972 Chevrolet Nova
son-in-law daughter Coupe
Celebrating the Golden with his mother Mrs. David
and Mrs. LaRue Williams
STARKEM.FLORIDA and Wedding Anniversary of Mr. Cottle. va engine, automatic transmission power steering power
family. and Mrs. R. H. Grider on brakes, radio B heater, air condition Nice

"$a...,w Later Your Fmorit Dtalf," !Mr.and!Mrs. M. W. Cressler Christmas day were Lloyd Mrs. C. A. Knight spent a
week in Calhoun, Grider of St. Simons Island, week in Le"ingtonorth:; $229500
w4 4 wwww'Mwwww4 4 w4 4M4wwM4 wwww44ww spent Georgia with their son and Georgia Buddy Grider of Carolina with her niece Mr
Mw4M4 w4 (
Fernandina Beach, Mr. and and !Mrs. J. H. Temple. and
Mrs. Robert Douville of family. 1973 West Wind Boat & TrailerOnly

Orange Park, Bill Douville of
Gainesville, Bobby Douville of Mrs. A. E. McKinney spent 6 hours Use. 115 HP Mercury Engine. Solid Red
the Christmas in Trimmed in White. Seating for 4 Adults
e Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. holidays
et Kenneth Grider and Mobile Alabama with her
IBmmU0UIJi] D0 daughters, of Starke. brother and sister-in-law. Mr $329500
and Mrs. I. H. Hazen, and

Christmas holiday guests of family. 1972 Pontiac Le Mans CoupePower
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham
IB Dm DrnlBQJ were Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Christmas holiday guests of Steering, Power Brakes Air Conditioned Bucket
Graham, III of Los Angeles Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch were Seats and Console. Only 25,000 Miles. Clean One Owner
.J Mrs. Joalyce Williams and Mrs Barbara Harvey of Car.
? I
All Famous Name Brand Merchandise daughters of St. Petersburg.Mr. Atlanta. Georgia Mr. and $249500
b P hJ and Mrs. John Spengler Mrs. Tommy Johns and
\ }' 4" and son of Gainesville, and children of Macclenny. Rev
\ Mr. and Mrs. Glen O'Steen and !Mrs Graham Spurrier of
Olds 98 LS SedanFull
Jr. and children of Jacksonville.Paul St. Petersburg Mrs. Sarah
Sports Henderson of Green Cove
All Dressy Dresses power and air condition Black 8 White paint One owner
Faulkner, Jr. visited Springs and Mr. and Mrs. .
car. 30,000 miles Save Big on this one
Wear & Dresses v' friends in Palm Beach last David Sylvester of

Skirts, Blouses weekend.Mr. Jacksonville.Mr. $289500
Sizes 315

and and Mrs. E. H. Registerof
1 Orlando visited her brother and Mrs. R. P
., \ Long Dresses and sister-in-law Mr., and McLendon and Tommy 1972 Pontiac Wagon Le Mans
Mrs. Henry T. Godwin, and McLendon of Tallahassee
:; \, 1/2 Price Barbara Saturday.Mr. spent the Christmas holidaysin 3 seater air condition. power steering, power brakes
w Blowing Kock. :North' automatic transmission Sound clean little car Silver, Gray
and Mrs. R. R. Chism Carolina with Mr. and Mrs. pamt.
A'.p and sons and Debbie Vickery James N. McLendon and $219500
% spent Christmas day in family.
Ladies Jacksonville with Mr. and
Mrs Herb Johnson and son. Mrs. Winifred Cottle of

,I Sportswear Woodbine Georgia spent the 1972 Ford Vi Ton PickupXLT
Mrs. Mae Jones and Mike Christmas holidays with her
Sizes 8 20 mother, Mrs. David
Jones of spent Cottle Ranger Loaded Dark Green with all the Chrome Good
I 1, CombinationGroups New Year's day with Mr. and and with her brother-in-law clean pckup.
Mrs. E. L. Matthews and Miss and sister, Mr. and Airs.
)\ of Great SelectionPants Madge Middleton. Leonard !Moore and family $289500

Skirts Tops Sweaters Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Boland, Reddish celebratedhis
Beth of.Athens,
Pants Barry and 13th birthday Dec. 22nd
VestsJackets the Christmas
Georgia spent when his parents. !Mr. and 1971 Chevrolet Nova
with her mother
& Blouses & Pants Suits holidays Mrs. Drew Reddish took him
Mrs. II. L. Speer. and four friends to Hardee's 2 door 6 cylinder Standard shift with custom interior. Good

Reduced to Sell for supper and then bowling in sound transportation
and Mrs. Mike Sistrunkand
Mr. Gainesville.
--- daughter of Indianola, 1595
Mississippi are visiting her
40 memo
and .Mrs. C. R.
Misses & Jr. Coats Scoggms parents. and family.Mr. dates bers husbands of the staff wives of and the 1971 Chevrolet Kingswood Estate WagonFully

Florida Bank at Starke at-
and Mrs. James Hoppe Loaded with all power equipment. Medium Gold paint.owner .
Short & tended the
Long Lengths
and family spent Sunday
Robes "Fiddler on the Roof last
Marked Down To SellChildren's Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. Saturday night at the Thun- $239500
while route to
W. Kincaid en
derbird in Jacksonville.
& Long their home in Tampa from a

week's vacation in Jekyll Dr. Jean Mundy of 1971 Chevy PickupSolid
Men's Island, Georgia.Mrs. Tallahassee spent the
DeptMen's A Christmas holidays with her Red paint. Sold new by Baldwin. One owner truck. 6

Selection S. L. Peek, Sr. spent mother Mrs. W. B. Mundy.Mr. cylinder Standard.
KNIT SUITS Christmas day in Lake City $159500
Reduced To Sell with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward and Mrs. George
$899i Now 6995 and family.Mr. !Morrison and family. !Mr. and
--__ Mrs. Virgil Morrison, and Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Morrison and 1969 GMC Pickup
and Mrs. Charles W. family of Leesburg were
d Schaffer of Atlanta spent the Christmas holiday guests of V-8 Engine Standard Transmission. This Truck Runs and
KnitSPORTCOATS Christmas holidays with her their mother, Mrs. Henry Drives like It's Supposed to. It's a Little Rough in Ap-
.4 father. L. L. Conner, and Mr. Morrison. pearance Only.
and Mrs. Felix Sapp and other

16995 Now $3995 :;' relatives.Mr. Miss Katharine Peek of $109500It

Winter Garden spent a few
Dresses, and Mrs. T. H. Slade days with her parents, Mr.
; spent the Christmas holidaysin and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr.. and
Pants Suits & Sports Wear Arrow & Van Heusen law Sanford and daughter with their, Mr.son-in-and family. only takes a minute to get a Better Deali !

SHIRTS r'' Whelchel, and
Mrs. John Edwardsand
Mrs. Mamie Lou
Reduced To Sell
= < family. Joining the families on
UP TO j 300 er son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs.
-- -- Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish,
Now $800 Charles Sawyer and family of had as their dinner guests last
and Mr.and Mrs.
Jacksonville Wednesday night Mrs. W R.
No Refunds Or
Exchanges LayAWaysOn and
Mike O'Brien family or
Royster, Jr. of North Augusta,
Blend Shirts Miami, and on Christmas day andEvelyn. South Carolina, Mrs. W. H. .". t .r..
Sale Merchandise Mrs. Clyde Sinclair
Edwards Jr. and family STARKE FLORIDA
Long Sleeve Kingsley Lake, Mr. and Mrs. "
W. H. Edwards III of West -s.w..r l.w Y.w r..m,
All Sales Final Dd
Reduced fO $7 Christmas holiday guests Palm Beach, and Bob Ed-
Colonel and Mrs. J.A. Scanlan
wards of Gainesville.
were their son-in-law and

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and son, of of Pinellas Park visited their
son Jeff, of Starke, who were Mr. and Mrs. Eric Dixon, of Mrs. Bill Atwood of grandmother. Mrs Lois
son Harold, was able to Elizabeth Terry Starke, were dinner
Jacksonville of
their dinner guests on Wed- were guests Crews, Carter other relatives
return home Pierce
from the hospital Their aunt, Mrs.
Church of God Sunday yesterday. nesday. Ronnie McClellan of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Mrs. Lois Clark and Pierce their grandmother Crews ,Monday Mrs. Sunday afternoon. during the holidays.DRIVEIN.
School 10 a.m. Worship Services Vidalia Ga., was a supper Cowan in Jacksonville.Mr. daughter Mrs. Shirley on
Mrs. Crews went
11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Denver Godwin, of guest on Thursday.Mr. Strickland, were in an evening.
home with them and the Mr
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, Jacksonville, and Mrs. Linnie and Mrs. Mervin automobile accident recently.Mrs. spent Mrs. Morell Clemons,
Christmas her and
7 30 pm.Faith Harris, of Maxville, visited and Mrs. Charles Moore Walters, of Feasterville, Pa. Clark is still in Shands holidays with and Mrs. Roy Meredith 301
Baptist Church their brother-in-law and and Bob, of Lake City, Mr. and spent the weekend with Chief Hospital resulting from the son and daughter-in-law Mr. family Cathy Jacksonville
Mrs. W. S. Crews.
Radio Program over WPXE sister, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Mrs. Danny Thompson and and Mrs. Barry Watts and accident. Our prayers are They Denmark of
Starke. 8 a.m. Sundays, Bible Eunice, and Julius on Sunday sons, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Barry Lee. with her. visited with Mr. and Mrs. W. and Mr and Mrs. Greg Kane.ad. I
F. Atwood
and family duringthe
Mrs. Seeb Andrews and
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- afternoon.Mrs. .
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. family, of Wildwood, Mickey Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Castell of day Wednesday. Then
Mrs. W. S. Crews her
School on Bible Doctrine Cora Hodges, Mrs Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Mrs. Mamie Lou Ed- Clearwater, and Chief and home brought SHOW BEGINS AT
and returned to
Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor's Marian Hall, and son Jeff Moore gathered at the home of wards, of Starke, attened the Mrs. Vernard Hughes and Jacksonville.Mr. I SUNDOWNSUN
home Prayer Meeting Morris, of Jacksonville, were their son-in-law and daughter 56th wedding anniversary family, of Green Cove MON TUES
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Bible Christmas day guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey and party of their brotherinlawand Springs, were Christmas and Mrs. Wm. L. .. _
Study. sister, Mrs Hester Hicks, and family, of Starke, for sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. dinner guests of their brother- Durban and of
Grace United Methodist the Glen Shufords.Mr. Christmas dinner and a Mayo, of Tampa, on Thursday in-law and sister, Mr. and family, CIVILIZATION Fri.Sat.REYNOLDS.
Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. .
Church Sunday School, 9:45: family gettogether.Mr. night, at the home of their Mrs. Jack Kuhne and family. Raymond Williams and .IIIT..BIE.ORII AWAY:'
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. James daughter Mr. and Mrs. Max The Castells remained for a SWIEPSIT
and 7 p m. MYF Wednesday 7 Townsend and family, of and Mrs. Floyd Jenkins Sparks. Mr. and Mrs. Moore longer visit. family of Macclenny, NA no ii., Nt
gathered at the home of Mr.and ALLEN
p.m followed by Choir Powder Springs, Ga., were of Jacksonville, were were guests of their brother- REX
Mrs. O. J. and
Practice at 7:30.: guests of Mr. and: Mrs. Christmas dinner guests of in-law and sister Mr. and !Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyelte Boyette ,
family for
The Christmas programwas Kenneth Barfield, Saturday to their brother-in-law and Mrs. Cecil Wade, and Mrs. and family gathered at the Christmas on Sunday a

held at the church Sunday Tuesday. Other guests of the sister. Mr.and Mrs. O. Nicula. Edwards was a guest of the home of their parents Mr. and party. .v ',,.. ..,. ., .,
night presented by the Barfields were their daughter, Mayos. They returned homeon Mrs. O. J. Boyette, Sr., on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Locke 'i,'V'1''I" r--- t
children. After the program Rusty, and Arnold McDow, Mrs. Darlene Norman and Saturday.Mrs. Christmas day for dinner. and family returned home f
bags of candy and fruit were also of Powder Springs Ga. sons were Christmas dinner
given out.Highland. guests of her brotherinlawand Elnora Privett, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Voglerand Wednesday after a week'svisit
Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harbin sister, Mr and Mrs. Carl Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman family, of New Smyrna with their parents, Mr, LIGHTNING
and Mrs. Albert Locke, and
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. and Donna spent Friday to Norman, and the Leonard were Christmas dinner Beach, were Monday over Mr. I
and Mrs. Frank of
Worship Services, 11 a.m. Tuesday with their sister, Normans. guests of their son and night guests of their parents, Hanover, ml. Taylor also GtfUnttwf i Artiste I
Choir Practice 6:30: p.m. Mrs. Gaynell Mooty. of daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Doc Mosley. Mr. visited their aunt They Mrs. Doris MAN CAN LIVE IN HARMONY WITH NATURE
Evening Services, 7::30. Clarkston, Ga. James Phillips of Lake Bobby Norman and family. Vogler and the girls spent _n......"DUOO.. 00'.0' .OIL".O..
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, Butler, was a guest of his Their brother and sister-in- Saturday with the Mosleys.Mr. Taylor there.Mr. ........................_ -- Plus

7-30 p.m.Northside. Mrs. Joyce Futch of mother, Mrs. O. J. Phillips law Mr. and Mrs. Reggie .and Mrs. Eunice COMING SOONFRI. "7Sltou'doirlt
[; Baptist Church Blackshear, Ga.? Ralph Monday afternoon. Other Norman, of Ichetucknee and Mrs. Earl Teston Emory
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Futch, of Black Mountain N. guests during the eveningwere Springs, were their supper and family Mr. and Mrs. and family of Jasper, Tenn. JAN. 11133 -
returned home
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: C. and Mr. and Mrs Terry her son and daughterinlaw guests. Wayne Teston, and Mr. and Friday night. DAYS ONLY ;
p.m. Prayer Meeting Monday, Futch and family, of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Mrs. Foster Billy and A telephone call to their with
7 so p.m. Jacksonville Beach, and Miss Phillips and son Billy, her Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Terry of Stare, were en- parents Saturday morning f
assured them
that made
Kev. Duke, of Summerville Elizabeth Terry gathered at son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Lightfoot, of Fort Lauderdale, tertained by their in-laws, Mr. they WEEKDAYS 8 00 no
S. C was a guest speaker at the Jones apartment in Starkefor and Mrs. Bill Gaskins and and Mr. and Mrs. Don Henley, and Mrs. Randy Hayes, of the trip safely. SAT ft SUN.tOO.Uy 3 Nn 00..8..00..7 00 9 00 Rock Hudson

the church on Sunday mor- a family reunion and mealon family, Danny Phillips and of Jericho Springs Mo. spent Hampton, on Saturday, Dec. ,
ning. Thursday evening.Mr. her grandchildren, Mr. and several days with their 22. and
Mrs. Carols Rodrigues, Mr. mother, Mrs. Wm. Reddish,
PERSONALS:': and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Mrs. Mike Anderson and and their brother Henry. The Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wain- FLORIDA THEATREShowtime Dennl\lnrtin 1
....were Christmas guests of son, and Miss Debbie Barber. Henleys also visited their son- wright and family, of
Miss Elizabeth Terry their son and daughter-in-law Cake and coffee were served in-law and daughter, Mr. and Waycross, Ga., !Mr. and Mrs.
returned home on Thursdayalter Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly during the evening. Mrs. Bobby McClellan and Emory Eunice and family, of Fri-Sat.-Sunat7:00:
spending a week in and family of Lake Worth family, of Starke. Jasper, Tenn., and Mr and Stili.1011:
Tallahassee with her sister, to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker, .
Monday Friday.Bill James
Mrs. Wainwright and Sat. Matinee 1:00 Sun Matinee 3:00: ,
Mrs J. P. VVyrick. While there of Starke. were Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Morganand tamely were Christmas dinner r""THB YEAR'S BM! *.
they visited the Charles Drake, of Ft. Pierce dinner guests of their grand- son, of Albany, Ga., were guests of their mother and AMERICAN! FILM!. r
Carters and the Larry Carter classmate of David Kelly at parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl guests of their parents, Mr. grandmother Mrs. Truby THUS FAR'ZgiS.:: *"'*"*"" : ,
family Florida Southern College Prevatt. and Mrs. Morris Kelley and Wainwright.
Lakeland, and Miss Kathy family from Monday to
Miss Arthurine Blanchardwas Garrett, of Jacksonville, spent We are happy to report that Friday. Other guests were Mr. 'THe Friends Of
a dinner guest of her the weekend with Mr. and Tammy Odom, daughter of and Mrs. Emery Eunice and New
cousins. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Mrs. George Kelly and family. Mr.and Mrs. Oral Tanner was family, of Jasper Tenn., who EdtifeCoyfe"Robert
Johnson, of Jacksonville on They attended the Gator Bowl 1 able to return home from were their dinner guests on EntertainmentFeaturing FriSatSun.I .,..""
Christmas day. game at Jacksonville Bradford County Hospital on Thursday evening.Mr. Peter
Friday after a tonsillectomy
Saturday night. George Kelly
Mr and Mrs. James Anders and Donnie and Tracy also on Thursday. and Mrs. Kenneth Mitdwin Boyle
and family, of Palatka, spent attended the game. Prater and family, of :'_"'III( MCC400'" "'" .P r T---- 1 1B
Christmas afternoon and were Chief and Mrs B. F. Me- Jacksonville and Mr. and Beve'J : [ ( I
dinner guests of their parents, Mrs. Margie Reddish and Cully and David were Airs. Sidney Hansen were jape I
Mr and Mrs. O. J. Anders. children and Dovey Forsythe Christmas dinner guests of dinner guests of their sister,
Other guests were their of the State Farm, andMrs. Chief and Mrs B. O. Watts Mrs. Walter Martin on Nashville VocallitFridaySaturday Plus
cousins. Mr and Mrs. David Ronnie McClellan and and Barry Lee. This was their Christmas Day.

Johnson of Atlanta, Ga., on children, of Vidalia, Ga.. were first Christmas in their new
Christmas Eve. Christmas dinner guests of location in Lawtey.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne Nights, .......
their parents Mr. and Mrs. and family visited their
Mr and Mrs. Glen Starlingand Les McClellan on Sunday. and Mrs. S. L. Swindell mother, Mrs. Jim Newsom, Mitt"Let's Faya-t Sing,New a SongTogeth.r"Release: Ai, ,10"n.
family. Mr. and Mrs. Other guests of the McClellans and sons, Mrs. Edith Swinney, and brother-in-law and sister, .
Danny Jackson and daughter, were Robert McClellan and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. North and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mobley, of I A MUSICA l 'S
Mr and Mrs. George Shuford family, Mrs. J. C. Beach, and Chiefland, on Saturday. and haIcrs.1' ADApt -rW I IJh
and family, and !Mrs Lois Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robertsonwere Sunday the Mobleys were I hgc t 0111 ATION Of MARKpreaenh

Carter, were Christmas HAMPTONAREA Christmas dinner: guestsof overnight guests of the "I Love Being Around S 1I1(1'1 rC f
dinner guests of her soninlawand their son-in-law and Kuhnes. You"

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the Mrs.home Paul of Griffis their gathered soninlawand at when There the was Volunteer no report Firemen as to I i I & CRUTCHES "Two Mules For InColw .............* A....*..-nl Ptciwt*
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. would meet, so men, just 301 SOUTH R
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Sunday, Dec. 23 for a
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gettogether.Mr when and where the Ladies .
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Warner Robbins Ga., Sunday Hampton have made that
to WednesdayMr [New; Year's resolution to join

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Bradford Footbll Receipts In Florida Star Tourney at _

Bradford cagers posted a 2.1 Jim Mitchell led the may indicate. Midway three times, two times on bad and to force Bradford Into
mark in the Florida) Star 'Jackets in the losing effort through the fourth quarter, passes and that was the dif man-to-man coverage.
Total $17,368 197273Bradford Tournament over the with 14 points, while Mark trailing by just four points, the ference. It just broke our Bradford was able to close the
Christmas vacation, for a Smith scored 12 from the field. Tornadoes held Bolles back." gap to four midway throughthe
third place finish behind "It was an overall good scoreless for over five Bradford actually outscoredthe final period, but over all
High School Major expenditures from correct problems as he Orange Park and a host Bolles team effort," said Tornado minutes but were unable to Bulldogs by a basket from was unable to handle the
football receipts last season the athletic fund were: reported a year ago. team.In Coach Mike Sexton. "We score themselves. the field, but Bolles was red- Bolles offense,as the Bulldogswere
(1972-73)( ) totaled $17,368, equipment and supplies, He listed them as internal the opening round of the played together as a team, Working from their four- hot from the free throw line, able to drive up the
according to a report made by $10,195officiating; $1,651; control of purchase systems, tourney, the Tornadoes faced something we did not do corner offense, Bolles then sinking 15 of 18 while the middle for "cheap" shots.
accountant Neil Tucker for film processing, $1,439, athletic ticket control, controlof Palatka South Thursday night against Bolles, especially in outscored Bradford 11-2 in the Tornadoes were 0-for-5. Clarson led all scorers with
the Bradford County School trophies and awards, $1,310; pre-numbered receipts and won in a convincing way, the second half." final two minutes of play. In the first quarter 20 points, while Curtis White
Board. printing, $854. books, writing receipts each 5238. After overcoming an "We had our opportunities," Bradford turned three steals paced the Tornadoes with 12
Tho figure was included in In his comments, Tucker time funds change hands and early first quarter deficit, HOLLES Sexton said. "Trailing just 42- into points as the Tornadoes Bolles went on to lose the
an edit of internal accounts noted that the deficit in the the over-expenditure of funds. Bradford exploded for ten Free throws were the 38, we had three chances to jumped to a quick 6-0 lead. championship in the game to
01 the various Bradford athletic account for the straight points in the second deciding difference Friday score points before they Playing a tough defensive ball Orange Park, 5250.
a. IOls for the year endingst previous year had been At the board meeting quarter,to take a 16 point lead night as the host Bolles finally made a basket. We hada game, the quarter came to an
June 30.Tucker's eliminated.He Tuesday, when Tucker's and coasted on from there. Bulldogs tamed the highflying chance to make them come end with Bradford on top, 14- HOI.LKS STATISTICS
review of the also drew attention to an report was received, the With the win, the Tornadoes Tornadoes 5340. out and play ball, but we just 10 Bradford ((40)): White, 6-0-
athletic fund showed football expenditure of$133 for flowers board approved a new eight- advanced to face Bolles in the The game was actually blew it."We. Ric Clarson kept Bolles in 12; Williams, 1-0-2; Golden, 4-
gate receipts of $12,416, sent to adults and suggested page policy governing internal second round and were unableto much closer than the score turned the ball over all the ball game in the early 0-8; Sewell, 4-0-8; Hodge 102 -
guarantees from other schoolsof that the board establish a accounts. with the Bulldogs' ---_._---- -.--- __.. -- going,scoring six points in the ; I Hampton,408.Totals, 2(1-0-(
$308, season ticket sales policy in that regard.In Rodney Hall said the job of four-corner cope offense, an intentional ric first quarter.In .
amounting to $2,656, program a general comment on the drawing up the policy had move to stall, fell the second quarter, the 40.Bolles ((53)): Williams, 2.2.6;
advertising income of $1,515 internal accounts of all the been well done and that the victim to the host team, 5340. Tornadoes continued to play Stadleman, 3-2-8; Clarson 7-6-
and $471 from the sale of eight school audited, Tucker new regulations should In the consolation game good defensive game, but had 20; Sterritt, 1-1-3; Gainer, 2-4-
programs. said that no basic Improvements eliminate many problems Saturday night, the Bradford cold shooting-hands. Bradfordcame 8; Watkson,408. Totals 19-15-
Basketball produced $2,239, had been made to encountered in the past. finally put it all up with four steals earlyin
baseball brought in $323 and together and blew St. the period, but missed six. 53.Bradford ((80)): White, 4-2-
tract revenue was $104.GAINESVILLE. Augustine out of the gym to straight shots.Bradford 20; Williams, 2-3.7; Golden, 6-
Clyde TerwillegarWins the tune of 80-43. It really maintained its 1-13; Sewell, 11-6-28; Hodge, 0-
wasn't a contest as the Tornadoes Sx four point lead until late in the 1.1; Hampton, 7.1.15;
a ail opened an amazing 23- N half when penalties enabled Aldridge, 10.2; Berry, 10.2;
1 y President's CupOut 5 first quarter lead. From thenon Bolles to explode for seven McMillian, 1-0-2; Totals, 33-14-
straight with Clarson
Bradford.... substituted freely points 80. .
ana still outscored the Yellow scoring five of them. The half 2.0.4; Cole, 2-0-4; Gatewood, 2-
of a field of 72 golfers enter the tournament that last Jackets in all qurrters. ended with the host Bulldogson 1-5; Jackson, 1-0-2; Mitchell,
NEWenecyy Starke Ford Dealer Clyde six weeks. Donnie Sewell! oaced the top by one, 27-26. 6-2-14; Poole,0.2.2; Smith, 6-0-
soam9 Terwillegar won thePresident's The field of golfers Tornadoes with a season highof Two buckets by Curtis 12. Totals, 19543.
NOuRSrion Cup Tournament narrowed down each week, 28 on 11 field goals White in the second half!,
at the Starke Golf and Country until the final 18 hole match points throws. Also in enabled the Tornadoes to Bradford cagers put on a
and six free
+Fri---10A"i BIM Club. was played. v-' the lead, strong defensive performance
double figures-for Bradfordwere momentarily) regain Thursday night, holding
Ala 3027. Officials' whistles then
Tvea1.1 Elva Hampton with 15
Paltaka South scoreless for
Terwillegar won the final Harold Seymour beat Jack to blow, calling
hur S0* points, Alvaughn Golden with six minutes in the
A championship match over Dr. Miller for third place while 13, and Curtis White with 10.( penalties against the Tornadoes nearly second the high
aUfl Miller took fourth. These quarter as
Harry Gruen a local dentist White led the Tornadoes on and Bolles regainedthe
03 t iU Sthc ue from are the only members that flying Tornadoes blew 52-38
Starke. Only Starke Club the boards with 11 rebounds, lead as the Bulldogs the Braves.
members were permitted to received trophies. while Sewell pulled down 10.( ripped off six straight points. past Elva Hampton paced the
With the Tornadoes up by
Tornadoes he hit
as on seven
one,34-33, Bolles exploded for
of fourteen for 14
CARS WANTEDFords seven straight points to end Abie attempts Williams added
Men Begin Volleyballallowed the half, with five coming points.another 12 and Alvaughn
from the charity line.
Golden 10 Bradford uppedits
& Chevrolets65's eight minutes The fourth began as
The Men's Volleyball per quarter record to 4-1 for the season.
League was scheduled to game or 15 points whichever with Bradford down by Robert Williams led the
and older begin Wednesday, January 2, occurs first. Curtis White goes up for a shot but misses this one during six, 40-34 and Bolles in its four-
WE ALSO SELL USED CARS 7:30 p.m., at the Starke Bradford's first game of the Florida Star Tournament against corner offense, an intentionalmove (See Page))
Recreation Department.Four MENS VOLLEYBALL Palatka. to stall the ball game;
matches are set each Schedule for Wednesday,
night with each of the four January 9, is as follows:

USED SE CARSacross 4th St. Each teams match playing consists two matcher of a best 7:30-Dinks: Vs. Raiders, l lI

from 944 two out of three games. A new 8:00: -Keystone vs. Spikers, tl7llAWID 1 tDIDIE 11 tBHIPPFORD
8:30(- Dinks
Alachua County Jail Gainesville minutes.match will The begin teams every are 30 9:00: Raiders vs.vs. Keystone.Spikers,


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STARTING JAN. 8, 1914 j, .

The Following Law Will Be EnforcedTO ; j- :


1The City Dump will be closed
Steel truck mounted. tool box.

Sunday and Monday of each week. TO SERVE YOU BETTER $133.00

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2 The Dump will be open from 10 A.M. .. '

to 7:00: P.M. Tuesday through Saturday.

3 A FINE may be levied up to $500 "

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for those not complying. ,t4 -a

4 Fire started at the Dump WILL NOT *- a.-- :

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etnTpRiALsSeventythree.. : : 'Smile' County dofabaok! Agents' BobbyTaylor By ![::

Let It BeAs A common practice to use Back to decisions, I think
when making management that one of the most important
decisions for future farming things to do when growing any
operations is to look at recent crop is to have a soil analysis
trends relating to supply and made to determine what
it rolls off the calendar, each yearis But it was the sting of inflation that l tiI demand, cost of productionand elements, or plant food

always described in a mass of year-end took the wind out of most Americans. prices paid and received. nutrients that should be applied -

reports,summaries, and prophecies. But Food prices rose faster than at anytime Availability of capital, labor, to get maximum

historians in later years will probably since the Korean War and the cost of and sportation materials should.like also tran-be important production. This with is the especially high

agree there has never been another virtually everything soared to new considered. The unpredictability fertilizer prices and apparent

twelve months in U. S. history that can heights. The economic picture looked Il I- of these thingsin fertilizer shortage.A .

compare with 1973.It bleaker than ever near the end of the 1973 is making it difficultfor soil analysis will give the
in most of folks to make
businesses began retrenching
has put the nation through the year as plans and follow through with pH reading, calcium
to the crisis, and phosphate,
energy magnesium,
crisis that response livestock and in
throes of a political their crops
um-mployment rolls began to swell. potassium, and nitrogen
penetrated to the roots of our govern- 1974. levels of the soil. Texture and

ment. It brought an energy shortage and Graham the noted organic matter will also be
Dr. Billy ,
resulting economic crisis that shook the Our economists and determined.
evangelist, speaking at the White Housein i forecasters have made some
of l life and indicated the
American way Knowing what is
December, summarized well the predictions for this year. already
people of the nation must change manyof meaning of this impossible year. However, each prediction is available in the soil, and whatis
their wasteful habits. A vice- -l ; qualified with so many "ifs" necessary to produce a
socially, economically,
president has resigned in disgrace, and a \ that I hesitate to discuss them particular plant crop a
is threatened with im politically, and spiritually, we are in f with our folks. The best advice proper recommendation can
president have deep trouble," is the way he put it. that I can give is to gather all be made on what lime and
peachment. Cabinet the information and data fertilizer should be applied

resigned or been reshuffled, and But the capacity of American societyto available, study the situationand before or during the growing
numerous White House top-flight aides weigh all angles, make season.A .
bear such painful experiences seems
have been indicted and are awaitingtrial. the decision and proceed with lime and fertilizer
almost inexhaustible. The people are best judgment. Try to
patient, almost to the point of seeming your have alternate courses of recommendation is no better
than the soil sample. To take a
indifferent. Their capacity to absorb action in case the situation
These and other shattering events the I proper soil sample, select a
during year.
have overshadowed further spectacular punishment may be compared to the realize changes it is difficult to changeonce specific area to be sampled.

achievements in space, and the steady capacity of civilian populations to a fertilizer is applied anda That is, a lawn, garden area,
survive intensive bombing from the air breeding pasture, or field where one
march forward of other phases of crop is planted or
during times of war. Before World War animals have been held back crop is being grown. In each
that hold
technological progress promiseof and area, take a one inch plug of
resolving environmental and energy El, it was freely predicted that a modernwar for herd expansion. soil six inches deep from
livestock prices drop.It
problems, and of opening the way to a could not last long because civilian fifteen different spots

higher civilization.It populations would soon collapse under throughout the area and put
the rain of bombs. But now) we know an i.nc. Monitor would also be bad if a crop these fifteen plugs in a bucketor
was grown and harvested and similar container. Mix
is to the credit of the American how wrong these predictions were. there was no fuel for trucks to these plugs thoroughly and

people that the nation has survived <:RR9R0NftWel&l8RftComet: : :: : :i8i'tit:;,::>,:,:a::,:.::::C.2:, ::::::;::'rti::::::,::.:::::::.:::'r'r,::: ,:::::-:i:.:.::vr::::5'rfi:.+::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::;:::::::;:::::::;:;:::;:::::;::::: move the produce to market. place about one pint of this soilin

these various shocks much better than If all of our current troubles are But farming has always beena a bag or carton..

And the fact survived and at least partially solved, it gamble. The stakes are a lot
might have been expected. You should do this for each
that the nation has been able to stay on a is possible that 1973 will become one of Should Be Visible higher think now that and it some is disturbingto of our lawn, garden, pasture or field

fairly stable course through it all is a the most important anniversaries in producers in Bradford Countywill crop area. Take each bag or

tribute to the emotional stability and American history. It may have signaledthe realize that our great carton to your County Agent's

good common sense of most Americans. nation's turning away from the long This Weekend at SundownThe country will realize that we Office soon on as North the soil 301 analysis in Starke.As is.
did have a food shortage last
the state and
slide into dependence on ,
received I will
and that someone had to give you a lime
in the year
Overriding even Watergate omniscient centralized
rule by an produce food for an increasing and fertilizer recom
minds of most Americans was the state authoritythe authority of) the White best chance to view to their great distance from frozen gas and dust in the population. mendation.by .

of the economy which, incredibly, appeared House. It could herald a resurgence of) Kohoutek, the comet that Earth, they appear to be main body of the comet to boil

even worse than the state of the belief in the principles that undergird a came from outer space, hanging in the sky and remain away forming an immense
White House. The dollar was devalued national life founded on individual completed its loop around the visible over a period of days or cloud. Astronauts aboard

early in the year, for the second time in responsibility and freedom protected by sun and is now heading backto even weeks.As Skylab 3 probed this cloud and HOME NOTESFROM
the outer reaches of the the information obtained will
14 months and the stock market, rockedby comet enters the inner
representative government and liberty universe, will come for earth a help scientists determine the YOUR EXTENSION HOME I
the events in Washington, took it on under law.Purpose viewers in the period between part of the solar system, thesun's chemical composition of ..
the chin throughout 1973.Sharing. January 5 and 10. heat begins to liberate the Kohoutek. Experts hope to / ECONOMICS AGENT t .:
dust and from
gases learn the composition of the
This weekend, if nucleus! forming a large cloud comet, and get a glimpse of Qi- I "
calculations are correct, it called the coma. the material that formed the BY KATHY BROWN .

should be visible at twilightnear solar system some 4.6 billion
I As it nears the sun, the
Our WaterThe
the southwest horizon comet acquires its most years ago. It's New Year's Resolutiontime condiments, fats and o.I Is,
not far from the where
feature. starches, and snacks. Much
the sun down. The characteristic Some scientists think the and still early enough for
goes Bombarded steadily by the us to be trying to keep these less space was devoted to
nucleus (or head) of the comet comet may be'a crumb left'over
of the solar resolutions. not make fruits, protein foods
charged particles Why a soups ,
shape of things to come was of this legislation is for the should western be horizon sitting with low the on tail the, wind, and by the slight, but sun and from its the family creation of planets.of the resolution right now to attend cereals; and vegetables.FORESTRY, .
in Lake protection, conservation, and of and
apparent at a recent meeting estimated at more than 20 measurable pressure the Workshop on Care
City of the newly formed Suwannee development of the water resources of million miles in length, sunlight itself, the cometary Government scientists have Simple Repair of the I
River Water Management District. the state, which have for too long been streaming out behind it, gases and dust are swept backto warned the public against Automobile (or What Every

taken for) granted, in the belief that they toward the east, like a giant form one or more glowing using telescopes and other Woman Should Know About a
tails. These are nothing more optical aids while viewing Car) next week? It is a
In a grim preview of the future, were unlimited. Now, it is becoming searchlight.So than glowing clouds of tenuous Kohoutek. Permanent eye marvelous opportunity for us IN BRADFORD COUNTYBY

members of the board were told that apparent that some areas of Florida will far, the arrival of gas, which is given off as the damage might result if the to learn some basic information -

within five years, water-thirsty, be hurting for water within the next few Kohoutek has created little of cometary ices are heated by telescope or binoculars shouldbe about automobiles -
of Central and the excitement that had the sun's light and pelted by aimed directly at the sun. A an area of our education that JOHN
overpopulated areas
years. Starke and many other towns particles in the solar wind. person using a telescope or we have probably neglectedall
South Florida would be looking toward and cities "in a tizzy" back in The tails may reach lengths of binoculars is greatly in- our lives.A O'MEARAOnce
water-blessed North Florida as a source McAteer warned the Suwannee River 1910, when the famous 60 million miles or more, tensifying the effect of the

of supply. board members that they will face many Halley's comet headed toward roughly two-thirds the sun's rays, and therefore evena bank representative will
vexing problems, including the controlof Earth, and many supersti- distance from Earth to sun. short period of exposure can some of the technicalities -
to the Southare housing developments within theSuwannee's tious persons feared its tail Regardless of the direction of cause permanent damage to of financing a car, and
now, our neighbors the term "southern
the comet's travels, the tail is an insurance representativewill
would collide with Earth, the fovea, that part of the
casting envious eyes on our section, flood plain, which must be causing its destruction. No always directed away from retina responsible for reading reveal some of the forest" applied almost exclusively -
and it is possible that within the next ten done by zoning ordinances through such catastrophe took place the sun. The name comet is vision. mysteries of car insurance., to pine trees for pulp

years a pipeline might be constructed to county commissions in the area. He gave of course, but fear and excitement derived from the Greek word Mr. Ray Pettis, Extension and gum turpentining.Now .

carry precious water from our wells to numerous examples where develop- caused some peopleto kometes, meaning long- Those interested in viewing Agricultural Engineer, will forest products
haired. discuss what to do when the specialists are reminding us
had been halted in the Southwest take "comet pills" and Kohoutek had better do so
of the
the ments
supply overpopulated areas that
won't start tires great potential may yet
resort to other means of while it is engine ,,
South. District because they were being warding off the evil. Kohoutek completed its loop Astronomers it will trip.be batteries, preventive main- lie ahead for the southern
planned for) sites that were subject to around the sun early Friday, another 75 say million tenance, and operating costs. forest through the use of vast
Throughout history, comets Dec. .28, passing within 13 years stocks of hardwood.
"Unfortunately, Florida has the flooding. before this comet makes a
have been seen as a portent of million miles of the fiery We will also have some In years past unless hardwood
people! where the water isn't, was the good or evil events. Halley's surface. This caused they return trip near the sun. outdoor activities demon- trees were large in

comment of Derrill McAteer, chairmanof Flood control) and water-sharing with Comet, which becomes visible strations on how to put the diameter, straight, and tall

the Southwest Florida Water South Florida are just two of the many to Earthbound observers Postal Rates spare tire on the car, how to (where they could be utilizedas

Management District, which was in problems that will face the new about every 76 years, was use battery jumper cables, sawlogs), there was little
the "sword of fire" and how to clean the battery use for these trees in Florida.
business long before the 1973 Suwannee River District members. But probably Hike
DelayedThe did wood for
Jerusalem terminals. They provide
that hung over
Legislature created similar districts they are problems that must be faced shortly before the city was fireplaces and woodburningstoves

covering the entire state.Quick nowbefore) it is too late invaded by Titus in 66 A. D. U.S. Postal Service will Plan to attend this but this was about

Many years later this same delay all rate increases until Workshop on JANUARY 10, their only other use.
comet brushed by the Earth March) 2 because of a Cost of 1974 at the Agriculture Today' hardwoods have
shortly before the Battle of Living Council order calling Building near the Fairgroundsin many more uses in the
Hastings on 1066, and also Harry Green, Chief for a 15 per cent reduction in Starke. The Workshop will forestry economy of Florida.
I OblivionWith C.V.F.D. begin at 9:30: a.m. and end these is their importance
Trip to returned three years after the the schedule of increases, by Among -
fall of Constantinople to the Starke, FloridaDeal' according to Postmaster 2:30: p.m. Please bring a sack as pulpwood in
Turks. All of these events General E. T. Klassen. lunch drinks will be fur several of our Florida pulp
would probably have taken Harry: nished by the Extension and paper mills.

the closing of gasoline stationson an immediate explosion. Such fumes can place regardless of the comet, The new increase, Homemakers Club. Also, more and more fur
I want to sin-
make drivers but coincidence of its express my scheduled to niture will be manufacturedfrom
of the previously
Sundays, and the threat being also cause asphyxiation or cere thanks for the splendidjob
Recently, I read a bit of the southern hardwood.
at such times has become effective on January
stranded on the highway with an emptygas dizzy by slowing up their mental appearance and volunteersdid
caused it to be linked to you your 5, would raise first class rates Information that I thought you And here are some tips about
tank, some motorists may be faculties, it was pointed out. catastrophes down through on December 18, 1973, in from 8 to 10 cents, and airmail might find interesting. It furniture which may be
tempted! to stash away a little extra history. controlling the fire that rates from 11 to 13 cents. speaks of the question, "Is useful:
supply in the car trunk before startingout One gallon of gasoline, if atomized started in my pasture. There would also be increasesin Advertising" Promoting Poor When buying furniture be
of and Kohoutek is named for the all other postage Diets? sure you understand the
weekend with the amount air
on a trip. proper
astronomer, Lubos Kohoutek. There was no physical labels. Labels may be used
ignited, carries the force of 35 sticks of who first sighted it last Marchat damage done, however; (if it categories.The "If you put foods in order of with the following meanings:

But don't yield to that impulse. A dynamite. And it is stressed that storinggas the Hamburg Observatory had not been for the efficient Cost of Living Council decreasing usefulness, you "SOLID" all exposed surfaces -

spare can of gasoline in the back seat or in a garage or utility room is even in Bergedorf, West Germany.At and expertise way that you last Friday ordered a 15 would have something like are of wood or woods
trunk of become bombat dangerous than storing it in the that time the comet was and your volunteers operated cent reduction in the per fruits and vegetables, fish named. "GENUINE" the
a car can a deadly more> roughly 480 million miles from there could have been extensive increases meat, milk, eggs, bread, frame-parts are of solid wood
the lighting of a cigarette or the car. Earth, and never before had damage to the Ace suggested that breakfast cereals snack names, and the larger surface
turning on of a radio, according to public one been detected at such Pallet Co., and perhaps to the one would way be to to implement the this foods, candy and salt drinks. pieces are of veneer of the
safety officials.An Gas fumes, which are four times great distance. Crown Central Lumber Co. hike. delay rate Yet, if you look at the amountof same wood. "FINISH" this

heavier than air, sink to the floor, and if what Again,, Harry I want to money spent in advertising refers only to the color of the
Contrary to some express my gratitude to you generally speaking, the finish. Inexperienced buyers
auto accident also transformthe they encounter a source of ignition, suchas people think comets do
can not and your volunteers. Please Postal authorities said the amount is in inverse often see "mah"or"wal" and
interior of a car into a fiery death the pilot light on a gas water heater, flash across the sky like a relay this thanks to your men.Sincerely. two-month delay would resultin relationship to the nutritional assume that the wood is

trap if the motorist is carrying a container an explosion is likely. A half-full can of falling star. Although a loss of $236 million in usefulness "of the products mahogany or walnut, when it
than travelling at a speed of revenue to the Postal Service. advertised, said Dr. Jean
of is actually more dangerous a really means only a
gas millions of miles
per hour, due Lavern Outlaw Mayer, Professor of Nutrition
full can because the half-full containerhas Harvard mahogany or walnut stain has

"If you carry gas: in an unapprovedcan more room for> fumes. It is the the Senate University Select Committeeon before There been put ie a on lot of another difference.wood.

the fumes will escape, and can be fumes, not) the actual gas which creates Nutrition and Human Another product made front

ignited by switching on a car radio or the initial explosion upon contact with a Co needs. high quality hardwoods in

lighting a cigarette, thus creating a source of ignition. 4n Americans Florida is plywood. Plywoodis
on the
average, made
4 AMMN milij by gluing together
death trap, the warning states. a p4 consumed soft drinks at the under heavy pressure, several
Being stranded on the highway is no o rate of 34.8 gallons per person thicknesses of wood with the

With gasoline fumes loose in the fun, but it is still better than being ron o last year.This Is a little over 1 grain of alternate layers

interior of a car, a collision can result in blown off of it by an exploding gas tank. '41' Q$ BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER .1-2 drinks Bounce per cia bottles- of soft other.running at right angles to each

Publish trs
Published each Thursday and entered a. Second Class Marrer as the 'Poet office ac Stoke, A recent study of food ad. Some
of solid
Fla. under Acc of Much 3, 1879. appearing in Woman's advantages
A Day,
FART lumber
/H I : _- Good Housekeeping over veneer are that
Early Egyptian pictured the earth .. the bottom of an Subscription rat* in trade area: 16 pet year; $3.30 ais month Circle, McCalls. and Ladies furniture made from it may be
oblong box whose top waa the sky Phone 964-630) Outside trade area: $7 per year 14.00 sis months. StanVe. FU Home Journal showed that carved fineness.with a greater degreeof
Moisture damage
I I most advertising space was is less.
devoted to desserts, followed

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January 3,It" TELEGRAPH Page

S 74 Dimes

I CampaignUnderWay

"The' 1974 March of Dimes,
: rampaign against birth
.)defects began New Year's
3ay and will continue through i
.> larch" stated Mrs. Brenda
Uarnsworth, 1974 campaign
Contributions raised
973's annual appeal help
upport medical service
Programs, research
[professional education and
L public health information
projects; sponsored by the
foluntarv health organization.: LrrFQ1E11

In addition, several of w E sSQK1
Bradford County's own have 1S
been substantially assisted by .
the March of Dimes when Y tiFUSDKCa01Ct
j their children have had birth
( I defects. taAO'NC SERVICE 8EEF pEO"
Among the activities AMPS
planned for the St .
I period are: the Mother's ,N
March, under the direction of IE N 141. 1 Frying Chickens l9 43
the Junior Woman's Club; YLLNNa
" coin collectors scattered HICKORY SWEETSliced

appeals throughout for contributions the county; mail and as SUNDAY STORE Bacon . US I 99C

Mrs. Farnsworth asks that GOOD THURS. JAN. 3 10 a.m. 'til6p.m. Smoked Picnics 78C:
anyone wishing to volunteer .
for the Mother's Miss March please. Dog Food . 25 BAG LB $37' THRU WED. JAN. 9 FULL QUARTER OIN SLICED
contact Johanna
Fowlerat :
064-5560 or Mrs. Farn- ARROW DISHWASHER W-D BRAND W-D BRAND Pork Chops . u 98C
sworth at 9647236. Detergent 0'00. 99'' USDA CHOICE BEEF USDA CHOICE BEEF SLICED
. PKG.
All( '2o'
CHUCK ROLL Meat 79c:

C: Youth Cage Play Sandwich Bread 3 LOAVES 21 et. $1Oo OR SHOULDER CH UCK W D BRAND WHOLE HOG HOT OR MILDPork :

t SAVE I ITc BROWN N' SERVE TWIN' OR Sausage l&99e


and The Junior Boys ((10-11-12)) SAVE 6c CRACKINGOOD Chuck Steak . -98:
;, Intermediate Boys ((13-14- 118
15):>>) will resume their practicethis Saltines Qtt< W D BRAND USDA CHOICF BEEF
. . PKG OO
week with the Junior Boys MMVIINMI:t 611"5JT1U."S.CHOICE. N.Y. Steaks $189
holding their sessions each W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF STEAKS JpA Strip LB
\ .
ti Tuesday Friday afternoons $ n ( )
LB 1
4-5:30: p.m., at the Pure Ground Beef 5 X $479
Recreation Department on BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF E-Z CARVE
''r Temple Avenue in Starke. Rib Roast. .OV.IM.D\! $148 FRESH OSTON BUTT
The Intermediates will hold LB. LB. c:
Pork Roast 88
their sessions each Mondayand LB. . LB
Thursday, 4-5:30: prn. Reserve hts

Ih Tornmlin's 2-1.... COPYRIGHT 1974 SAVE 19' SAVESTARKIST 31 c SAVE 40*

# (From Page 5) ALLStar1st FLAVORSTUNA

I Braves with 14 points and LIGHT CHUNK / ASTORCOFFEE CHEKDRINKS k
Stanley Murray had 10 as
( I Palatka dropped to 3-2 for the
+ 1 The game started early and w
the Tornadoes cold as Palatka r fi
I jumped out to a quick 6-2 lead.
I Midway through the quarter

, I cheerleaders Bradford fans arrived and as the the $i *. .
I Tornadoes promptly turned 2 _

,I I two steals into and eight a Brave straight turnover 7 1-LB. 6 8''

I points. 6'/2-oz. 28-oz.:
I Af ter making the steal Elva CANS CAN MRBs
I Hampton turned it into a
I basket to give Bradford an 8-6
[lead with 2:29 remaining in
I the first period. Bradford was ARROW GIANT
[never to give up the lead as HARVEST FRESH
I Tornadoes on top 14-10. FLOIUICY LETTUCELB.
I After committing three
(turnovers themselves, the
I Tornadoes put their game into
+ I high gear and riffled off then ORANGES
straight unanswered points. 2V JUICE
Golden stole two straight 12
Brave passes, resulting in 15- 48
I foot buckets by Hampton. At 49-ot.
the half. Bradford had a BOX $i LB.
comfortable 30-18 lead.
In the third quarter, the 2
| Tornadoes' hot shooting hand 5.LB 6
turned ice cold as they missed MAID FRENCH: STYLE MORTON ASSORTED
their first seven attempts. BAGS 6-oz. 9
it working Meanwhile the, the ball Braves inside were to GREEN BEANS CANS POT PIES

Robert Williams who hit on .r;

three Palatka straight narrowed buckets the Tor-as SAVE RUSSET

nado lead to six, 3024. -* BAKINGPOTATOES s
Palatka outscored Bradford 12c ',
,, 4 88 4 1
s 12-6 in the third quarter as the 8 .
period ended with the Tor- 161/ -op. 10 : 99'' PIES
30.nadoes still on top by six, 26- CAN G

b In the fourth quarter Bradford ..
again took charge of .
I to the out of

reach scored period.the midway The Braves Tornadoes through 10-2 in out-the the Mixes . 3 s:=; $100 Bath Soap 4 BARS $1 Cabbage 2 HEADS. .49CELLO Pizza ''SIZE:,;: 69C

I I' first four minutes, with SAVE 25 STOKEIY TINY WHITE ARROW BAGCarrots SWANSON (SALISBURY 6*. 01) OR TURKEY

\ Hampton scoring six of the Potatoes 5 CANS $100 Bleach sr39cSAVE 2 LB 29C Entrees 2 81.01 $100
points( for a 46-32 Bradford lAG FKGS'SAve

i quarters," said Tornado Juice 46- 38C Tuna 55C DOZENS9c Twin 2 =s $100SAve
Coach !Mike Sexton. "But I Helpers PKG Tangerines Pops rf
wasn't at all pleased with our
( third 23c JOY LIQUIDDetergent NIBLETS U S No. I YELLOW ((3-LB BAG 4S>c) POLY BAG FRENCH FRYPotatoes
"Abie quarter Williams performance.had a real Corn 12... $100 5 BAGS 99C
BOTTLE 58C 4 Onions 5 BAG 69C
good night, coming off the CANS I .

cold real Bradford good night shooting, from overall night.the had field" a Foil . 4 2".12"PKGS $100 1 Tomato Sauce 80.CAN. Punch 8 !il 1 Rolls . 2 ss $1 1

hitting on just 38 per cent of its STOKelY CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL THRIFTY MAID PINK OR WHITEGrapefruit RICH'S

been shots.averaging The Tornadoes 48 per cent had Corn . 5 CANS. $100 Applesauce 4 CANS. $1 5 BAG 69C Coffee Rich 4 ss; $1
from the field. Again the
Tornadoes had problems at
the charity line hitting on just

2 of 10 for a miserable 20 per .---------- ..-....... ..-----..- ....-.-.. -- -
cent.however It was as still Bradford a plus cagers factor EXTRA ; EXTRA ; EXTRAA ; EXTRA ; EXTRA

committed just seven fouls Jen. GREEN STAMPS I I d7! GREEN STAMPS I I aw GREEJ SJAMPS I I c GREEN STAMPS I dl( GREEN STAMPS ;,
and Palatka South never wentto .x wI-M-N (OY.Iw W N/yNM M M TM Ww1r.N1 M/l M.M.N.COUP**MI VUKNAM N IWNw.M N1tM"p K
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the free throw line.
James Sewell led the ONE l 16... CAN SURE MAGIC / ONE 15 01 CAN JOHNSON 1 ONE 33'01 SIZE DOWNY ; I FREEZER QUEEN
1 Saver Wax :
Fabric Softener I't Meat Dinners ;
Tornadoes on the boards with Tile Brit 1 Kleen & Shine
10 rebounds while Williamswas t No.1.GOOD.THRU JAN.9 YLS" No.2.GOOD... .THRU JAN .9 No. 3 GOOD... THRU JAN,.,.9 No. 4 : No..5 GOOD.. 0.THRU,..., .JAN......,9 ./
close behind with nine. V*OV lOCUl W-MMMHII I AC HI WIHM0II f ? ? ... ... .. ..,...... .... .
totalof ----- ----- -- -- -- --- ------ --
The team finished with a
34. ; ; ; EXTRA ; EXTRA

BRADFORD ((52)): White, 408 5-- I w.4"."' GREEN...iMN STAMPS 1wNKMN M I I .AK....MI.GREEN I*.MI(OuMM STAMPS*M. *VKM.M WONI I I ..1"14.M...-GREEN.,.......-STAMPS-N NKwIN N I I WITM"..-GREEN....CWOM STAMPS MW......_.. ..1"....wl.GREEN MUN ...-STAMPS-NKw.N K ;,
; Williams 5-2-12; Golden HON 1 TWO PACKAGES S
ONE 32 sin
ONE 34at SIZE 'at
2 IB SIZE 1 2 IB CUP 1
.-10 Sewell 3-0-6 Hodge, 1.0- 1 1 SUPERBRAND ,
.2; Hampton 7014. Total 25-2- Turkey Roast Cottage Cheese Assorted Cakes Double Entrees Whipped Topping ;
52. ;wt: 3"' L' GOOD THRU JAN. 9 GOOD THRU JAN. 9 c "" GOOD THRU JAN 1
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PALATKA ((38): Ceabury .. .. -- .-
20-4; Murphy, 1-0-2) ; Keen, I-
0-2; Williams, 7-0-14;
Jungenbury, 1-0-2) ; Murray, f&>>- 430 W. Madisonow
0-10; Bradbery 204. Total
19038.! )

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TELEGRAPH Januarys, 1971

What's New in For '74 ? FloratamWhat's
* *r LEGALS * * *: Lawngrass Try

FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL THE SECOND JUDICIAL new in lawngrasses the most versatile of Florida's 'Floratam'! any better than caused extensive damage to Important because there Is no
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Well, if you're looking for a lawngrasses They thrive older varieties like common lawns in Texas. SAD virus has other way to control this virus
BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL BRADFORD COUNTY. BRADFORD COUNTY grass for that new 1974 homeor quite well on acid or alkaline 'Bitter Blue' or 'Floratine'? not been found in Florida to disease.
ACTION. CASE NO. FLORIDA. CASE NO. 1-1952 a replacement for that old, soils, in soils very low In First of all, 'Floratam' shows date, but it has spread At the present time, the
CASE NO.73-304 IN PROBATEIn worn out lawn, then there's a organic matter or on pure resistance to a disease called throughout Texas into Mexico biggest problem with St.
In Re: The Estateof EVA WOOD brand new variety you should organic soils, in full sun or SAD virus and also has and Louisiana, so the chancesof Augustine-grass lawns in
In Re: The Marriage of JAMES re: The Estate of OSHIE STUMP Deceased. know about! moderate shade, and on resistance to the chinch bug the virus being introducedinto Florida is the chinch bug.
H. GOODSON Husband and HARTON deceased. Its name is 'Floratam.' It's poorly drained or well drained Of less importance, Florida are very good All These bugs cause severe
OLLIE JUANITA W. GOOD- NOTICE OF FILING fast growing, dark green, soils St Augustine grassesare 'Floratam' is very vigorous, of the older varieties of St. damage to many lawns
SON Wife. NOTICE OF PROBATETO PETITION FOR FINALDISCHARGE broad leafed and in several the most salt tolerant of covering the ground rapidly Augustine are susceptible to throughout Florida and
OF ways, superior to several our lawngrasses and have has good color fair toleranceto SAD virus; however, periodically require expensive -
NOTICE OF ACTIONTo ALL PERSONS IN- EXECUTRIXESNotice older lawn varities. If you're relatively fewer disease and downy mildew and gray left 'Floratam' shows resistanceto chemical control
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF interested, read on! nematode problems. Asa spot diseases, and is well St. Augustine Decline. For using insecticides. In-
: Ollie Juanita W. Goodson SAID DECEDENT: Is hereby given that we 'Floratam', which denotes result, they have a rather adapted to growing conditionsin this reason alone 'Floratam' dependent laboratory and
Pleasant Grove have filed our final returns as Florida (Flora) and Texas A low maintenance requirement Florida. becomes an extremely important green house trials in Florida
Greer South Carolina You are hereby notified that a executrixes of the estate of EVA and M (Tam). I in comparison to many other Perhaps the first two advantages addition to the St and Texas have shown
written instrument purporting to WOOD STUMP deceased; that But, why all the excitement typos of lawngrasses. All of need some ex Augustine grasses com- 'Floratam' to be resistant to
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a be the Last Will and Testamentof we have filed our petition for about another lawngrass, these advantages have made planation.St. mercially available Floridanow chinch bug injury. If this
Petition for Dissolution of said decedent has been distribution and for final especially St. Augustine? St Augustine; the most Augustine Decline, has a strain of St resistance holds true in
Marriage has been filed againstyou admitted to probate in this discharge and that on January First of all, why are St. commonly planted turf for abbreviated SAD, is a new Augustine resistant to (the plantings throughout the
and you are required to Court. You are hereby com- 18 1974 we will apply to the Augustine grasses so popularin home lawns in Florida and mosaic virus disease of St. virus should it ever be introduced state 'Floratam' will play a
serve a copy of your written manded within four calendar Honorable George L. Patten, Florida? along the Gulf Coast area. Augustine grass first observed into the state. A major role in controlling or
defenses if any to it on months from the date of the first Circuit Judge of Bradford St. Augustine varieites are Why is this new variety! in Texas in 1966. It has resistant variety is especially eliminating this insect pest

WAYNE P. CASTELLO publication of this notice to County, Florida for approval of _. '._ .' ... which is the biggest problemon
Petitioner's attorney whose appear in this Court and show said final returns and for an -l": " ;, } St Augustine lawns.
address is 1133 N. W. 23rd cause if any you can, why the order of distribution and for final '. II, '' ,""'. \ .;, ,f, ,, i. 'Floratam'' does have
Avenue. Gainesville Florida action of this Court in admittingsaid discharge as executrixes of the several problems as do many
32601 on or before January 15 will to probate should not will of EVA WOOD STUMP other St. Augustine grasses,
1974 and file, the original with stand unrevoked. deceased. so don't think it is the "cure-
the Clerk of this Court either DATED this 7th day of r all" for all your lawn
before service on Petitioner's GEORGE L. PATTEN December 1973.EVELYN problems. It has broad leaves
attorney or immediately Circuit Judge STUMP GRIFFIN. __yi and a coarse texture; its coloris
thereafter otherwise a default Bradford County Florida Executrix not as blue-green as the
will be entered against you for LILLIAN STUMP. LJ p r 'c 1 + het k varieties 'Bitter Blue' or
the relief demanded in the By: Clerk Executrix i Floratine'; it grows quite
Petition rapidly and needs frequent
WITNESS my hand and the First publication on: Dec. 20 M. HOWARD WILLIAMSPost mowing and possibly controlof
seal of this Court on December 1973 Office Box 382 thatch, and it is susceptibleto
1973 12/20/ 4t 1/10 Tallahassee Florida 32302 damage by lawn caterpillars
1 I Attorney for Executrixes gray leaf spot, and
GILBERT BROWNAs 12/13/ 4t 13Laura t + brown patch disease, as are
//1Y )q rq.
Clerk of the Court q. t i M d all St Augustine grasses.If
By Donna M. Branson: EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Sri you are considering
As Deputy Clerk BRADFORD COUNTY planting St Augustine
12/134t 1/10 FLORIDA File No. 73307 ((1- grasses the new 'Floratam'
2159)). Church kkr,. J,, variety should at least be
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF DivisionIn considered: It has advantagesand
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Re: Estate of GARRY RAY Will Present The new Kampgrounds of American on US-301 south of vehicles With swimming pool the facility costs $:I7mlll. lawngrasses disadvantages
BRADFORD COUNTY. SAWYERS, Deceased Starke opened Nov. 9 with facilities for 70 recreational


1 *BOW MSH r D
re: The Estate of OSHIE all creditors and all persons
HARTON deceased. having claims or demands Deoram Bholan, a EyeryPayLowPricc] FOOD
against this estate: missionary from South EveryDayLowPrice [
NOTICETO CREDITORSAll You are notified and requiredby American to North America,
Section 733.15 Florida will bring a series of messagesat
of the estate of Laura Baptist Church Pantry CENTER
creditors Statutes to file any claims and
OSHIE HARTON deceased are demands which you may have starting January 7 and con REGULAR GRIND FAIR
hereby notified and required to against the estate of GARRY tinuing through January 12. Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK SIRLOINCOFFEE
file any claims or demands RAY SAWYERS deceased in
which they may have against the Circuit Court in and for Rev. Lester Austin, pastor,
said estate in the office of the Bradford County Courty invites the public to join in SUPERMARKETS
circuit judge of Bradford Courthouse Starke Florida these services at 7:30.: II STEAKS STARKE'S
County Florida in the courthouse within four months from the
at Starke Florida within date of the first publication of 320 SOUTH WALNUT ST.
four ((4)) calendar months from this notice. First Baptist Church
., .. ., ,
the date of the first publicationof Each claim or demand must ..r .ONU'.UYSGOOO".U
notice. Each claim or in Sunday Brotherhood .. ,. ., worao.r J.+ 57. OU'N"
this be LB
writing and must state the 75 e $149 ., FAVPO
demand must be in writing and place of residence and post. Breakfast 7:30: a.m.; Sunday
of residenceand School, 9:45 I CHOICE I ..i m pleased/ to xcept
must state the place office address of the claimantand : ; Morning Worship BAG ff.Sr
postoffice address of the must be sworn to by the at 11; Youth Handbells, i 5p.m. L U.D.A.FOOosrIMPCOUPONS
claimant and must be sworn to Church Training 6:15
claimant his agent or his attorney ; : ; _ _ _ _
by the claimant his agent or his Evening Worship, 7:30.MondayDeacons: _ _ _ _
attorney or it will become void Each creditor shall deliver Meeting FULL I 1
according to law sufficient copies of his claim to ; Youth Choir Practice, 7 BONELESS CUT | CENTER I SLICED 1/4 I iH/! /
Dated this 7th day of enable the Clerk to mail one to p.m. fflffOfr 1 CUT CHUCK
December. A, D. 1973. each personal representative Tuesday-WMS Council, 10 ROUND[IHiniCf! Pork Loin
Dated December 20, 1973. am.; WMS Business Meeting ; |
George H. Pierce MARSHA D. SAWYERSAs 10:45( : ; Program, 11:15; 1
Executor of the Estate of Administratrix of the Covered Dish Luncheon 12 STEAKS ROAS1i nrtrar 1 TO 13CHOPS
OSHIE HART Deceased. Choir, 3:30: pm.; Crusaderand
First publication on: Dec. 20 Carol Bell Choir Practice;
1973 Walter C. Shea G.A's. 4:15.Wednesday. ttasa, ;i : i 2
-Acteens, 5 7ftc I
Attorney for Estate $139 1 9ftC
12/20 4t 1/10 409 Law Exchange Bldg. p.m.; Family Night Supper, 6 GIlD UfD! 3
Jacksonville. Fla.32202 p m.; Hour of Power and K. A i i PKG.
Meeting 6:30: ; Teachers and
2/27 4t 1/17 Officers Meeting 7:15: ; I
.\ :\ Church Choir Practice, 8 p.m. Every Day LowPrke EveryDaylowPrke EvcryDayLpwRrkcCENTCK I Ever yDayLowPrkc
Thursday-Music Makers
Last Wednesday 36 SMOKED CUT PAN HEAD*
from Pine Level PINE:\ LEVELBVPTISTCIR'RCH and World Friends, 3:30: p.m.; CHUCK
Pre-School Music Activitiesand DRESSED
and Church Lantern of Lake Park Baptist Mission Friends, 4:05: ; I STEAKSPUNCH j
City began Visitation, 7pm.Ben SHOULDER ROASTMcCormick WHITING
their trip to the Wilds, an 810- Four miles west of Starke on
acre campsite nestled in the SR-100. Church phone, 964-
Blue Ridge Mountains near 6490. Parsonage, 9646407. P. Bryant Pastor t.1JI IidEa IioEtt 49

Kosman, North Carolina. The _
campers enjoyed a 6 foot Sunday Bible School, 10

pushball on their 15 acre a,m. Sunday Morning worship ....,.".....".......,.. .... ..... ",.." NESTLE
athletic field, volleyball, 10:50: ; Sunday evening I
football, a 2 mile hike to one of training 6 p.m. Sunday
the 150 ft. high water falls. All evening worship, 7 p.m. ObituariesClarence SKILLET |; Chocolate
had a great time and LAUNDRY

everyone wanted to stay Wednesday evening worship -
longer 7:30: p.m. Choir DETERGENT MAGIC i
rehearsal, 8:30: p.m. Melton QUIK
TIME: (: 'II\:\\CEFOKTMISM'MJX; \ Thursday visitation, 7 p.m. Clarence Melton, 62, for. 1
: *' merly of Bradford County, 1 & I
84oz C
Sunday evening teen singers died Tuesday, Dec. 25, in an Im" 99 I 3/l 1 WR'IIA' 2 LB 78
The morning, services will practice, 5 p.m. Orlando hospital. lie was a fOMIA/Cf/ 1 / 1 18W1R/&lJ/ BOX ;
be according to the old time retired warehouse clerk for BOX 1 '/ 1
Martin Marietta .,
with everyone moving theirwatches Teen School Corporation 1
up one hour after the meeting. 8 prayer Surviving are his widow, _. _
morning service You won'tlose across from High a.m. School Tuesday on, !Mrs. Dell Delton, Orlando; EvcryDayLowPriceSWIIT EvcryDayLowPrkeCMSf BonusBuy EvcryDayLowPrke BonusBuy
an hour sleep by joining two sons, Clarence Jr.,
301 Bible.YOU'RE .
us Stuart; and James, Richmond FANCYCABBAGE
Va.; one daughter, Golden Rip* FRESHCARROTS D'ANJOUPEARS MAINE
!Mrs Deleta Moore, Orlando; POTATOES
three brothers, Woodrow and BANANAS
William, both of Gainesville;
and Lonnie !Melton, Hampton; L US NO. 1 99s= .
one sister, !Mrs. Annie Ward,
pRobAblyCLOSER Waldo; and six grandchildren. 1OLB. BAG
Funeral services were held
at 2:30: p,m., December 28, ROSEDALE rNM I RICE 1 100% PURE FLORIDA
with burial in Woodlawn
TO Memorial Park, Orlando. 16.5oz CANS

WEi IIT 1.
LosiNG Coe. DonaldsonGeorge
1 I
Donaldson, 57, of Sox
< '
Waldo, died suddenly !Monday 1 faunif] I
TitAN you TltiNk.We Dec. 24, at his home (iifnicii) FROZEN '
following an apparent heart 5 /89c YOUR 3/l !
attack. A lifelong resident of V 1 1 6oz O 1

think losing weight snould be made as easy as for Waldo the, he Life had been and an Casualty agent CHOICE CANS ''I fJ. "''fI /'

possible. And one that is
thing helps having plentyof Insurance Co. of Tennesseefor _
classes near you. Check the listing and you'll find the past 30( years. EveryDaylowPrkeLIBBY'S EvcryDayLowPrice EvcryDayLowPrice Every DayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice

that you don't have to go very far to learn how to He was a former mayor of
Waldo, and had served on the Pantry Prid KING SIZEBREAD
ROYAL Party Flak
lose weight and keep it off once and for all. City Council there for several ToasterPastries *

You don't have to be alone anymore,........., War II, he was a member of I i V t IT M TM Mft.
the Waldo Lions Club and the
MEETINGS: STARKE Waldo Baptist Church. ASST
Surviving are his widow,
OLD ARMORY-HWY. 301 Una Lee Donaldson; two
daughters Mrs. Sally
MONDAYS 7 P.M. Daugherty, and !Mrs. Sandra -------------""* --------------
Sanders; and one brother fi EcreryWyLo IPrk
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL TOLL FREE Fred Donaldson, all of Waldo; I BRIM I LAM RECRTIAO.1 = rprla Ala
and three grandchildren. I FREEZE DRIEDI
1-8OO-342-9155 Funeral services were heldat I eaSANKA I I ea PIZZA COTTON PANTYHOSE

4 p,m. Wednesday, Dec. 26, I !...... I I COFFEE... I --:.:::..:::..-.. SWABS

WEIGHT WATCHERS in Williams-Thomas Chapel, ''Is. ...u I A.Or rrcn..eouro..oo MIM ft O'....._..anrn' YOUII 77c .
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AD HATES WANTED Woman 38, wants WANTED horse saddles, what mobile home hurricane an-
t FOR SALE J job sitting for elderly. Will live have you got? Dahmers choring and mobile home roof REDUCED RATES
Deadline for insertion In. Small salary. 468-1666. Discount. tfchg. coating. Olin's MOBILE Home AUTO FIRE BOAT

Tuesday Noon preceding 4tchg. 1/3 1/24 Service.964-5606, Rt. 100 W. DOYLE E. CONNER
before ------------
Thursday publication. ------------ Starke, Fla. tfchg
Minimum Charge$2.00 HELP WANTED: Gas Station MISC.: If it Is ink on paper, we INSURANCE AGENCYTCHG !! z-;
(Covers 15 Words) LOTS-Zoned for mobile homes attendant wanted. 9648173.1tp can probably do Its) Come by "

Each word over 15 and houses. Several sub- and compare our prices,

10 cents divisions to choose from Only ------------ speed and quality. Rocksund HOUSES FOR SALENew Magic Transparent tape, all
$95 down. Monthly paymentsto HELP WANTED: Need Welders Printing(formerly Dave's Print sizes. Bradford CountyAn

All Classified Ads must be suit your budget. Ph. 468- &Brazers.Apply Smiles S. on Shop), 119 S. Walnut. 964- Telegraph. TF ,41"' :?
paid for in advance unless you 1551 or 9648331. ftchg. 301, next to Pallet Factory. 6910. Presently our hours are
have an established account Florida Portable Builders see Mon.,Tues., &Fri. 10-1, Sat. 3 BR brick house, central
with the Telegraph in that ------------ Roy. 1tp 105. Itp 1/3 heat/air, wall to wall carpets. extra job.

event 50 cents extra chargefor FOR SALE: Electric stove, oven ---.-..--.,- FHA or conventional financing.Neat .

billing. Not responsible for elements replaced. Dahmers
WANTED Used furniture,
2 BR frame house fenced
errors when given over the ,
tfchg. refrigerators, washers Dahmer's -
phone or when copy is not lot $9,600
Discount House tfchg
typed and brought to the office. -- --- .
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I 3 BR frame house on 1/2 acre
VACUUMS WEIGHT: Safely & fast automotive, farm
all types, Lakefront Lots in Keystonearea
with X-11 Diet Ran $3.00. Boyd Service, Ph and Starke
Many brands of machinery. area.
Cabinents new vacuums REDUCE Excess Fluids with I r.
Filing ; office fur- 9648359. tfchg
niture; index file drawers. $39.00 up. Used machines X-Pel $3.00. Money Back
from $10. Expert Repairs all A.J.Thomas Realtor I ti1 B,30-13T--11,22
Bradford County Telegraph. TF Guarantee.Koch Drug. 1/3- I I
makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor SAWS SHARPENEDguaranteed. work 205 N.Temple Ave.
.. 41115tchg
all 9646162FOR
vacuums. Built In Call 964-7509 or
Typewriters Smith-Corona; central vacuum cleaning leave at Jackson Building tYU Look?
electric and manual. Bradford systems. 712 N. Main, FLUFFY son and bright are Supply, Starke or Keystone
County Telegraph. TF Gainesville 376-7110. TF carpets cleaned with Blue Heights. Tfchg. t RENT l
Lustre. Rent electric sham- 1? make
------- ---- pooer $1. Derrick Inc.. 301 --- -.- -------
$ SAVE $ FOR SALE: 1971 Chevrolet 3 E. Call St., 9646163.No ,.im rn$2 56 to$4.50 an
Seat Kingswood Station ------- ,
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hum itii 'iiiitii; muulnr:: monthly ,
FRED DAVIS Wagon A.T. P.S. P.B. A.C. hunting signs; for sale and Aiison'sMobile FOR RENT: Large Old 3 BR Iiu, tinge
will sell for Loan Value. 964- rent signs. Bradford County house on one acre. $75 per We
GMC TRUCKS 8324. See at 620 W. Adkins. Telegraph. TF Homes month, unfurnished, in
BUICK PONTIAC"A Also Quaker Space Heater SINGLES & DOUBLE Lawtey. Phone 782-3178. 1tp qual!
LITTLE RIDE CAN forced air. 55 gal. Drum with WIDES 1/3/74 Flu. National Guard
2 Bedroom, Frame, Living
Steel Stand. Small Air EXPANDO ROOMS a ADD
SAVE YOU A LOT" TF Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, 1 720 Edwards Rd.
Compressor&paint gun. 1tp ON ROOMS FOR RENT: Two bedroom
301 North.
1/3 FREE DELIVERY AND SETUP house, furnished in a quiet

, n-re=c=rl=iL-il-il-IL-ri-lLJI-im ------------ 3 Bedroom, CB Construction, 1 100 MILE RADIUS neighborhood. No pets. Call '
TV Color picture tubes only 7823279.
WranglerBoots $79 plus labor, Dahmers 1/2 baths Living Room, Dining BANK FINANCINGHWY Itchg. 12/27 cvtiaiTREE I Co.

Discount. tfchg. Room, Kitchen, Extra Long 17 NORTH -
Ramily Room, Central Heat and GREEN COVE ------------ SERVICEALL )

rnn Air Natural Gas, Large Lot,
; TEL. 284-5OO1 FOR RENT 12' wide mobile TYPES TREE WORK
FOR THE t Esceptionally Nice. 264.7311 homes outside BULLDOZIER LAND
\t; TF city limits. J.
FOR SALE: Reduce safe and
WHOLEFAMILY fast with GOBESE tablets and 3 Bedroom, CB Construction 1 B. White. Ph. 9646114. If no CLEARINGCOMPLETELYINSURED Stnrke, Fin.

E-VAP"water pills", Andrews 1/2 baths, Uving Room with A.A. Meeting answer call 9646152. tfchg AND LICENSED

Pharmacy, 356 W. Madison Fireplace, Kitchen, Family FREE ESTIMATES-
St StArke. 5tp 1/3/74 Room, Covered Patio. FRIDAY NIGHT -------- ----
------------ 24 YEARS EXPERIENCE

BOOTS FOR SALE: Snap Corn and 10 Acres Land with Pecan Trees 8:30: P.M. Typewriters.electric and manual.Smith-Corona Bradford; JAX. 768-8522 GAINESVILLEBusiness

Argentina Hay. Call 964-6147 Every 40' All Directions. 390 N. CHERRY ST. County Telegraph. TF OR 5 .ARKE 964-9935
ixLl lln after 6 2t 1227113
p.m. chg 1OTP "I/31
70 Acres with Pecan Trees, Off
FOR SALE: 2 Hulsey gamecocks WANT TO DRINK. THAT'S Adding machines; typewriters; Directory
Handbags 301. office Bradford County
pairs of Jumbo YOUR BUSINESS supplies.
Wisconsin quail, Ringneck Telegraph. TF Martin
Wallets 25 Acres, High Land on Paved
raised wild
pheasants, pen
turkey. Argentine Bahia Hay Road. WANT TO STOP. Campers AUTO SALES

BELTS IN Bahia seed 80 cents TF
Call us, we have more. RUBBERSTAMPS PHONE 752-3723
lb. J.M. Edwards, Box
'SIZES 18 TO 56 MADE OF per
OBTAINABLE - ----- -- Poultry Equip.Of MINI-HOMES
FOR SALE Registered Angus
Bull Calves. J. B. White. All Kinds.R. .
SHIRTS 986 N.Temple Ave.,StarkePh. TOPPERSFULL
Phone 964-6114. tfchg OWNED Be OPERATED
FOR SALE 65 Wayne Douglas
CARRADINESLeather Wagon $250. 59 Ford 3/4 ton .964-6593 CO. Made To Order SERVICE TF
Stak-Body Truck$175. Phone archant Auto Sales

Shop 9648699. 1tp 1/3 Woman 317 E BROWNLEE ST Bradford County JIMMY MOORE'S GAINESVILLE
-------- ---- STARKE. FLA.
I MILE SOUTH ON U. S. 301 Admiral Dul.Temp. husband to IRS office: Sun SportsMORE 1636 S.E 3RD AVE _
FOR SALE- Telegraph TFLong
"Remember. I
just signed
2 old, two
refrigerator, mos. BOAT FOR MARCHANT WILL
name. You thought up the
PHONE 782-3400 TF harvest PHONE 964-6819
door freezer on top deductions." YOUR MONEY TF
gold $200. Best offer. 964- TREAT YOU RIG iT

8426. 1tp 113HELP TFCHG STARKE PH 964-5791 .

Sewing I United Farm ChampHome COMPLETE OUTBOARD & Blount Pontiac CADILLACOI.DSMOBILEG

[S., Inc.
r WANTED Real Estate AND REPAIR Fine selection of Used CarsTakl'nOnCadiliacTrades
PAUL & IRENE Broker 'Building MaterialsWE I REPAIR 20111 N.W.13th b.3711-5301

PFAFF ELNA Workers." Live in or out. Buy Sell- Tracie BOATS CAMPER SALES
Couple or Single Persons. Call 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE YOUR PLANS OR OURS / FaetoryAuthorlzed
NEW HOME 7823332. 1tp 1/3 STARKE. FLA. 964-5O65 Appraisals Pontiac I SERVICE
TF YOUR LOT OR OURS' Sales-Parts-Service
WHITE -- -- -- -- --- -- WANT TO SELL OR BUY MILLERBrownVolkswagen 210N. :Main Gainesvllle'la.
dable white female wanted to REAL ESTATE? :172-25113: Gainesville

$49.50 up live in 3 bedroom home, CALL US FOR BEST PRICES OFFICE 964-6464 REMODELING REPAIRS

PARTS & REPAIRS ON ALL room and board if willing to do
OTHER MAKE MACHINESNational light house cleaning and HOMES BOUGHT SOLD 3tll N.Blain Gainesville

for man. Must TRADED BOOKKEEPING 378.2954
cooking young
be of age. Phone 9648279.3tp elm Adult Mobile SUPPLIES T nay Service Dt'pt.
1/17 ACREAGE FOR SALE Complete Camping Store
] Home ParkIN 964.6853 NEW 61 USED \WJ NOW AT Sales:
611 W. UNIV. AVE.GAINESVILLE -- I SALES SERVICE Concord,"oluntl'er.Sm.
WANTED Retired man or
FLA. Couple.free rent & Utilities in 1MI! NORTH OF THE MALL
378-1355 TF exchange for help around lake NEW AND USED WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD GAINESVILLE TF TELEGRAPH'hl'els..Sorris.:\Ionltor.

home. 14751080. Hchg USED IMPORT CARS GROCERY AND NEW Fan, Explorer,Sports Coach

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FOR Tj.372-437'" PHONE 964-8810 Experienced Preferred But We, Will Train.If OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.

You Are Seeking Regular Permanent 100 W. PH. 944-5606 ;;;;_ ,
SOMEONE ELSE? Employment. yr lC" !:


t .-rJ p.. O Vacuum Cleaners 441 E. Brown( TF

I 'c-: Stork., Flo. TF)

: ')S'0 Shampooers

SUNCCO! I t 117 N. WALNUT ST. 964.8787 STARKE BUILDERSA Bill's C. B. Radio


:I ,,1r J128I Congoleum Shinyl) Vinyl : Starke rla.|

"THE NO WAX FLOOR" I All Types Of Electronic Equipment
For A Change? $4.59
I Hipp

Sunoco Offers I Beautifully SculpturedHI I EXPERT INSTALLATION



FOR INFORMATION CALL : 4 MI.NORTH ON U.S. 441 TELEPHONE 372-3464 Shag I & All Management Permits.

MIKE CAPEZZERA ((904)) 353-0941 : THE CARPET Magnetic Signs
Gainesville Fla. TF
$7 95

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.- Time Changes. .
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CommunityNews 'I ( '} "',, (From Page I)
,'V'rtir, 5
K ': III: :,.,.,...' .) \\i;: '. l'.. heating this winter because of
2 higher temperatures in early
:. ( evening with people retiring

before temperatures drop in
later hours.It .

is also thought by some
By Elizabeth Given; Walker .t//! :: :: that added daylight in rush-
hour traffic might reduce
.r 7I 7Ii
i i3G. I I I II accidents and, perhaps, street

N.\\CPNKVVS Jasper Williams, pastor, Sunday School at 9:30.: Morning crimes.
service schedule as follows: service at 11 a.m. Dinner But dedicated late risers

There will be an important Watch night was held Monday will be served at 12:30.: Leagueat decry those contentions.
meeting of the Bradford night at 10 p.m Tuesday night 4 p.m. Evening Worship at ftp.m. Under guise of an energy
Senior Choir rehearsal conservation the
was measure,
County Thursday
held, late risers friends of DST
Wednesday night Prayer say
night, January 3, at 8p.m. in
Pleasant Grove united Meeting; Thursday night Pleasant Grove United pushed for permanent DST.

Methodist Church. All Story Hour will be held at the Methodist Church, Rev. Willie Making sundown come an
members and interested Church. Stitt, pastor, service activity. hour later, they say is an
citizens are invited to attend. The Ladies Circle will meetat Sunday School at 10 a.m. Love .'//t: expense to tired 'mothers
the home of Mrs. James feast service at 11 a.m. I 1, a/bnu trying to get children to bed
Prince. Friday night; the Communion service at 3 p.m. before dark and is a
Prayer Band will meet'>t the Weekly services are as harrassment to farmers
home of Mrs. Prince also. follows: Bible Class Is made to the Church trying to adjust animals to the
The Junior Choir will each A major addition being of God on St. Clair Street In Starke with the construction of this new bricktunctuarv changing time.
The New Year School bell night; Prayer at a cost of Sin.nmi..
rehearse at the church.
Meeting each
will ring for all Schools in
Saturday the Ushers Board night.
Bradford County Thursday for will sell dinners from the Welfare Study Shows New Generators,
the 1973-74 school term on kitchen.All e e e a e a

daylight Saving time.CIICKCII.NKVVS.
Mt. Morlah United Many Are OverpaidFour time in non-peaking hours. It Veteran Councilman Orie
Sunday School teachersare Methodist Church, Rev. Willie will be the first time ever that Wiggins, lone proponent
asked to please meet Stitt, pastor, service activityas out of every ten cent of the 10.8 million AFbc the plant will be able to remaining of the "old" council .
Saturday at 6 p.m. for the follows: Sunday School at welfare families are ineligiblefor recipients are ineligible; 22.8 operate with all five Superiors which operated on the theoryof I ,
monthly teachers' conference. 10 a.m. will begin services for assistance or are Incorrectly per cent are overpaid; and 8.1 down. an independent city of ,
(renter Bethlehem Sunday is Pastoral Day. the day. Communion service paid, costing taxpayers per cent underpaid. Starke, has always pushed for
Freewill ILiptistChurvh. Rev Services will begin with will be held at 11 a.m. $1.47 billion a year, About $7 billion a year in The city's engineers additions to the power plant

according to Caspar W. Federal and State aid is estimate that in another two to which is the city's main I
Weinberger, Secretary of provided to 7.8 million four years the plant will source of income. ChairmanNeil ,,6i( eArU'iI j

Health, Education and families through AFDC. require yet another generatorto Tucker, once he made a
KEYSTONEELROSE New Bethel Baptist Church Welfare. HEW said the current 41.1 keep up with the city's determination that another CQ: Q
Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. Results of an intensive six- per cent error rate results in expected demand. Had the generator was necessary, also I .
Weekly services will be heldas month study of AFDC (Aid to misspending nearly 15 cents engineers had their way, this became a proponent for the
Business follows: Bible Class and Families with Dependent out of every welfare dollar. new Worthington would have new engine. Both men have (;rellt Sunday School
Directory Prayer Meeting will be held Children), the nation's largest been on line much earlier but been the driving force behind Hour-!I:4: .>ii.m.
Wednesday at 7:30: ; Sunday and costliest welfare city fathers put off the expenditure purchase of the new unit over
School will be held at 10 a.m. program, showed the highest for over two years the past several years. 1\\ Inspiring :Morning
I FISHERMAN'S HARDWARE which concludes services for level of welfare error ever Caligula, a mad emperor of debating on how best to V.orshipllll! I\ (> a.m.
the day. Regular services will reported by HEW. Rome, appointed his horse finance the new unit and

SUPPLIES GARDEN be held Sunday January 13. Based on a national sampleof to a counselorship. He whether the city needed or Christian Training Hour

44,000 recipients this year, probably did a better job could afford it. Postal Rate 6:1,1hour: : p.m.
Weinberger said that 10.2 per than the emperor! Reluctant to pass another
HARDWARE bond issue since the will
SHot's \\oge Greater Allen A:ME city of I'raise
;: ",\ AND Church Rev. B. C. Williams, Itnsinessas Usual . be some $5.5 million, including Increase Delayed 7JIII.m.: )

F. I 1- '1." -S ll ff GARDEN CENTER Sunday pastor. School Plan of will activity begin) (From Page 1)Temple) $3.7 plus in interest bond issues of at since least 1964$2 The general increase in Great Choir

Lire million on the bond issues, the postal rates which was
Hail sup
services for Warm Singing
Sunday at 10 )
a.m. their consideration. Memberswill
announced that school
,1 complete line of IIdw.Iillno"s city commissioners hesitated. to into effect Jan. 5
('rkkl'ls.Shinnt.n.\\'orms posed go
Love feast service at 11 \\'ontlel'fu''l'lIo"' ship
a.m. discuss the proposal and hours would remain the
:\ UENJ.\\IIN: :\tOOHE PAINTSPlumbing City fathers first planned to has been postponed until
Communion be
Holy will
& Electrical I givenin perhaps take action at the 9:30: even though daylight savings
Supp. the 5:30: service. Watch buy the new engine with some !March 2, according to Starke Worship this Sunday with
meeting Monday. time has into effect.
'r.l'KLE.ItOUS.nEELS Gro-Tone F'ertilizersFISIIIN gone $500,000 in utility reserve Postmaster Cliff Haien.
night services were held the happy, whue'press
Zoning Director L. M. The Starke City Commission's
(. & IIVNTI'\G' Insecticides; funds now on hand, plus a loan their faith in
at joyful
beginning 10
LlcKNSES--: : .\:\I11UNITIos: Lumber&Building Materials p.m. Gaines intends to begin first meeting of the from the Florida Bank at The increase first class Christ at First Baptist
ICE; lk y. 21 N. 200 yds "'roll1light discussion of regulations new year is set Jan. 15, Starke. postage from 8 to 10 cents an .
( hurc h. You will find ;i
Keystone controlling standards for Tuesday, at 7 p.m. The city ounce, and airmail from
Key tollt' IIlts.( 173.4:1: : Heights 473.3663 Ebenezer But it became apparent that 11\ to Harm und friendly
Baptist Church
building construction in the commission held a brief the city also needs extensive 13 cents an ounce, plus higher
Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. county. Ralph Bryan, com- meeting Dec. 26 in place of its improvements of its sewer rates for third class mad welcome.
CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION-AIR CROBBIE'S Sunday services will begin mission chairman, stated usually first of the month system the council lumped the Ben P. Bryant
with Sunday School at 9:45.: tentative plans are to set a meeting, which would have and Postmaster Hazen said he Paolo
THEIS !Morning service at 11 a.m. At public hearing on the zoning fallen on New Year's Day, and two sassed problems the $1,250,000 together' bond received word of the post
CAMP 3 p.m. the Ground Breaking code proposals for later in the paid bills and established last ponement Saturday I William. GeoqeM'.O'MuIiC
TV & APPLIANCE service will be held. ssue year. '
Evening month. hours for the city dump to be .. .
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!11t\ILEItS.\I.ES service at 6:30.: Bradford County School open. Those hours are 9 a.m.
Quasar Watch night services were Board goes into action to 7 p.m. Tuesday through
s.rlty-I.o! c;.as-.G.. ; T\-STEREO held beginning at 10 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 8. Supt. Jim Saturday.
I'rice and Gators 11I1 lot
Lot Iti a'lu.l t P'lutungln.uraoci
J.1111'sw'.IOBI\5uN: { :

3.5 MiIPr'l I Keystone, Air Conditioning BILL Powell
1752of,. SALES&SER1'ICE




Wrecker Spry ice REAL ESTATE
AUTO SERVICE1' monitor channel C.8. I
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2M RS. 't. T:J
Front I .lId Alignment( "
SEH\1CE: a ; ..!oJ6Y
Speed Whirl Balancing .
a "
AAAA This new Sunbeam Bread warehouse was recently completed on Thomas Street in northeast 96 r Ma; 9 H
.fir Conditioning Service I Keystone Starke at a cost of $:!IIOOO. U 64 6

Day' ('a II 47:1.3011J: : 4 0
Ilrakl' Sertice Nights : S.
Take 'Ho-Hum9 Out of Mid-Winter Mealscan I rfi 6' toe

I.uhl'i'alioll-Oil ('han1'!! JOHNSON AUTO n 46 2

tUNE-UP ATLANTA, Ga. -- An add zest to an easy-to-fix and spoon over the fruit in the e 0
1'ulII'l'p general Repairing.GotslyeurTires anonymous -- ar"l 1, probably, curried fruit dish that goes so casserole. Bake in 325 degreeover S 4
Engines( amateur philosopher once well with most any meat or for 30 minutes, and serve 8
: Ut'.built
C :Minor :Machine Shop Work commented that there is poultry menu item. warm with meat or poultry. S
.Automatic Transmission- nothing as "over" as To prepare: assemble one This and a number of other
.\ir Conditioning Christmas. This thought can 16-ounce can peach slices, recipes featuring cranberriesand
I Ulk. I':. cur 21 and I ItIk Tires Batteries also apply to post holiday drained; one 16-ounce can cranberry products can HOMES LOTS ACREAGE COMMERCIAL LEASE *
N. un its :\Ion..rl. 7:11I\\1-61'\1: : : meals when the sumptuous pear slices, drained; one 16- take the "ho hum" out of mid-

IU'STOIHnS; : 173.4032: : Sat. 7:10.1:: P\J: repasts of the Christmas party ounce can apricot halves, winter menus.

1.KECJ.o.E17:11117; :: ; : season are only memories. drained; and one 13 and 1-4 _. .
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However, this need not be. If ounce can pineapple chunks, g8&g t3gggB@? WtRstSZtSGsSw ffiKJSaSsicStR*
meals have become humdrumand drained.
REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP are suffering from the Then the cranberries -- one

mid-winter blahs, it's time to 16-ounce can of the whole
Nell's call on cranberries! The U. S. cranberry sauce.
Richard T. Loyorn Department of Agriculture's You will also need 1-4 cup

Beauty Style Shop :Marketing Service says brown sugar; 2 tablespoonsbutter The Mustang
I Broker cranberry products are in or margarine, melted;
LAKE .. abundant supply. Because of and 1 to 1 and 1.2 teaspoons *
a their easy availability and the curry powder.Combine .
RESIDENTIAL )011" 1ft ability to blend well with other peaches, pears,
BUSINESS-ACREAGE I'hne 17.221\:; \. foods, cranberries -- tart and apricots and pineapple in 2- Mustang If MOBILE

INSURANCE tasty -- can do much to liven quart casserole. Blend HOMES INC.
I1l'h\l'l'lI up jaded appetites this winter. together the cranberries and
KI'\. ..tlllll' II/.th./ 11:1.:12: : :;I Keystone I For example, cranberries other remaining ingredients
Has A New
17:1-Jli12: 1I1'IKht'l T U.S. 301 North 1650 North Temple Ave.
('Plia'r.rttillegir !Hil-511: \1t'1..e: _
Edna l Knl'lIII'r 17:1.1111:

.Jilll:Martha"For IIIII''ill' 11:1-11111 173.:1:162: : : I.ancll:1l: ..rc .. Bible Answers: Home For The New Year. 964-7212

cn.(1'1': \ ( 17:1-100: :;
BoiilifJtaeMemberofSocietyof I
alit-s nON Must urayer be offered to God in Jesus' name New & Exclusive
: SI II's and .\.ce'l \

.hlt'lIthllIprai.er'! "For The( ...'\ I IHr SCRIPTURES clearly teach that prayer 'is properly offered witi

SI'I"hlg "' \\mllan orlesJfrrItt' tr God Jb ,its object and in the name of Jesus Christ That prayer I is ube CROWN HAVEN BY REDMANIs
01' II y,2I B et201'carr offered to God was clearly taught by the Lord Himself, when H<

"r. :\It'lh.lIll'n Ke)!>lonl' & :\ taught His disciples to Pray "Our Father which arr In heaven" ,iM.m,
( 17:1-1710
:Mrs.Inloresgilmore nI.3fiUO:: ti.1 W I II. 6 91) Prayer is not directed 10 Jesus the Son Now In The

:3h'sJoanneGassed. ; 17:>.Cti22
:Mr. However we are to pray through Jesus This is seen .in .11 1 Icvist t
LcslieItobiB un 17:>.11I:1: :>
CONTRACTORS three central passages in the New Testament Coral
IIInus: ACREAGE; I 111 COL 3 17. "And whatsoever ye don word or deed, do ALL IN
ItENTAl S THE NAME of the Lord Jesus giving thanks to God and the Fatherby
(Iffkel'hone173-1616: Triangle "R" him "
74 Houses Are Here Now
((21) JOHN 1623 "Whatsoever ye shall ask the Father IN My
Fill Dirt Iralerprise. Inc. NAME he will give it to you."
((3)) EPH 218 "For THROUGH HIM we both have access hy one
Spirit the Father
'" unto
Beach Sand I.lcensed-Insured

Featuring In these verses II becomes clear that prayer. to be offered to the
Clay Fill The hlndal'edarllnmes Father not Jesus and .that our prayers are to be prayed in Jesu
17:1.2110: 17:1.3.-1: ; name A prayer that is concluded without being addressed to the
Tractor Work St. ltd. 21 N. Father ,in Jesus' name cannot be a scriptural prayer regardless nt 1 '
1".11. Bo'l 6.57: other considerations Also See The New

Land Cleared

Electric Co. Southmid Church of Christ Eaton Park 24 X 60A

Aeu "! '. '
Hank Bruning 3 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON U.S. 301

I).(). I Box 41( Commercial Ih'SldentialJI Send questions to Schedule of Services
Repairs Casey Carlisle Sunday Total Electric Home By Redman

1 lioiic 473.4761 t:1'ctrlca..hturf'I: Minister, lOa m Bible Study
Rt 3, Box 58 1 tam Worship
Lake Geneva Keystone Jlgts.733t10'! Starke Fla 6p m Worship i

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