Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03931
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 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: UF00027795:03931
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No. 26 Thursday,January 17. l')7l!) Copy


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Union Escapee Lawtey's Water

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TuesdayLAKE N ,

BUTLER Izell -

Edmonds, Jr., a 19yearoldblack 4.
inmate escapee from Ii s a "a1+ r i Down The DrainLake
the Union County Jail was ?
apprehended Tuesday, Jan.
15, about 1:30: p.m. by "i fih
authorities of the Union Twelve months of work

County Sheriff's Department, : and several thousand

and was taken into custody by Butler Man dollars in planning costs
Sheriff John Whitehead and went down the drain along
Deputy Larry Cochran.
'with Lawtey's proposed
Edmonds offered no
resistance to the officers when water system Tuesday
" recaptured. > C Is Charged With night.

I Evidently Edmonds did not a r i 1 rw. For lack of a second the
get too far from the vicintiy. $371,764 project, for which
Some small children spottedthe FIIA (Farmers Home

Development escapee at on the SR-121 Housing m. 1 4 Killing Daughter Administration) money

Lake Butler, Tuesday, about 1 b1 was ready and waiting,
p.m. A call was placed to the was lost.
authorities the childrenand where the murder
by LAKE BUTLER From Commissioner Barbara
Edmonds capture was what appeared to be the resultof Mrs Kimble and her chidren
handled without further in- a domestic squabble, ten- had been staying with her Jordan made the unsuccessful -
cident. year-old Beverly Kimble was parents since the separationfrom motion to
Edmonds had escaped late shot and killed by her fatheras her husband. proceed with the project
Monday night Jan. 14, from she stood behind the door of !Miles said that Beverly and after almost two hours of
the Union County: Jail, along her grandparents' home early two other of the Kimble
with another prisoner, James >K,1 jt o, a rr Saturday night.Witnesses children were playing outsidethe sometimes
Henry Matthews, 24 # i ( t1 house when their father discussion. When Commissioners
Edmonds and Matthews had said a black man
arrived. Kimble told the Spurgeon !t
came to the home and began
managed their escape by children he had come to take (Spud) Massey, Pete I
firing through the closed door
attacking jailer Dennis Hall them and their mother home
Smith, and Robert Scott
with a small caliber handgun.
with metal
a mop wringer Beverly then ran into the
handle, bringing Hall to his Officials say the shootingcame failed to offer a second,
knees. about as a result of (Sco Page .IILawtey. Mayor-Commissioner Gene

Upon Hall's call for help, recent domestic squabbles Pearson declared the
Sheriff John Whitehead between the child's parents, motion lost, bringing the
responded. In doing so the Sammy and Mary Kimble, ManCharged
tumultuous to
meeting a
Sheriff was injured by being Later that night Sammy

struck on the back of the head Hampton Elementary first graders plant a flowering members of the Starke Junior W,.. with the mop handle wieldedby dogwood tree Tuesday morning with the help of Supt. Jim Women sponsored an Arbor Day observance at the counts charged with first degree In Efforts of Pearson, City
Edmonds. Temple (wielding the shovel), Principal Tom Casey, and five elementary schools.) murder in the shooting of his Attorney Gene Shaw and
With assistance from three
daughter. engineer Sam Arrants of
members of the Union Am- Kimble turned himself in to Pistol DeathEnoch Sverdrup and Parcel to explain -
bulance Service, Sheriff Union County Sheriff John the feasibility of the
Whitehead and the other men Whitehead less than five hours Strong 77 of scaled-down project fell on
managed subdue Matthews, New Bus Barn Warehouse after an area-wide search was Lawtey has been chargedwith deaf ears as spectators
who was then sent to the started for him Saturday murder in the first crowding the undersized
Florida State Prison's night. The sheriff said Kimble degree in the pistol shooting council chamber charged they
Reception and Medical was armed at the time of his death of Estella Duncan, 50. had been misled by the council
Center. Edmonds made his arrest itha .22 caliber pistol. also of Lawtey in not being informed of the
get-away through the backdoor The shooting occurred proposed 10 per cent utilitytax
Slated For School SystemAfter before In a County preliminary Judge hearing A. L Monday January 14. at approximately at the time they signed the
An alert was immediately 7:45: p.m. at the water service agreement.
sounded to law enforcement ..... CarlIiles Driggers !Sunday, criminal afternoon investigator home of Strong in Lawtey One member of the black
officials in Baker, Bradford, 18 years of trying, it have been costing $42,000, his health remains good he mechaniced on them in years for the sheriff's The Duncan woman was community asked if she could
Columbia and Alachua appears that Bradford School according to Architect plans to run for a seventh past, delivered them from the office, testified as to information killed by one shot from a 38 take her name off the list
counties, and a team of Board Member H. A. <( tracking dogs and their Lawson will finally get his Another alternate, if funds and gets beat 900-to-one. he'll when buses break down on the come up with during their Strong's home. Pearson replied "No We are
handlers from the RMC were long sought new school bus basketball still be satisfied if the bus barnis road. investigation of the case. After the shooting Strong not allowing anyone to remove
allow, is a paved
called in to assist in the hunt. barn and garage.In built. "Finally after Tuesday voluntarily gave himself up his name tonight.
The trail was lost at about 4 court 125 by 200 feet, adjacentto night's session, he finally According to Miles, Kimble into the custody of Bradford As the meeting opened Shaw
a.m. however, and the search a special "work session" the present middle school "It's been a pill!" states seemed assured that a bus who was separated from his County Deputies Glen Moore informed the commissionersthat
discontinued. Tuesday night, the school gym, as requested by Middle Lawson, who has kept the barn is really going to be built. wife was driven by another and Julius Eunice who investigated FIIA wanted an answer
board and administrativestaff School Physical Education school bus operation under his The project has been put off person Saturday night to the the shooting. by Wednesday because other
gave approval to Ar- Instructor George Loper. wing for the past 24 years. for years as needed school home of Mrs Kimble's Strong is being held in the communities were waiting for
Fair Weather chitect Don Morgan to seek The special meeting Lawson has driven buses in parents, Thomas and Annie Bradford County jail without the money if Lawtey didnt
from the State Department of originally called for Jan. 22 emergency situations, has )See Page I) Jefferson in West Lake Butler bond. want itShaw.
Is OutlookFair Education in Tallahassee but upped to Tuesday night said the city's
approval of educational when Morgan had his plans
financial position, in his
and partly cloudy with ready earlier than expected,
specifications for plans for a made the project
temperatures ranging from a new 6,000 square foot, four dragged on and on as the opinion feasible
Yawn Motion terms proposedby
high in the 70's and BO's to lowsin bay, bus barn and a 7,200 school board first heard Judge Upholds FIIA to retire the new loanof
the 50's and is
60's the four
square foot warehouse. The discussion on: 1)) school $371,764scaled down from
day weather outlook begin- two buildings are to be erected hospitalization group in- the original$414.000 by
ning Friday, according to the cuttingoff
adjoining with a common roof surance specifications, 2))
1 1-2 miles of line
Florida Division of Forestry to also cover a bus washingarea purchase of a check writing Listeach pipe
reducing the number of fire
of Headquarters Starke. on SR-100 west buildings.between the two parking machine,area and 3)for) paving the USO of a Challenging County Jury hydrants, and trimming
$10,000 off the cost of a
Total cost of the project administrative staff.
water works
could reach $150,000 with "I 1 move we get on to the bus Judge Theron A. Yawn postponing for the sixth time of the last five years, of 1,047 names had been proposed.
.". : -:-:'::- i.IlJtildit extensive paving that is also barn," Papa Lawson stated upheld a motion by defense the trial of 14 Florida State 19 through 1973. drawn in the last five years.Of building.The $171.764: figure did not
part of the project. Cost of two several times. Lawson, deanof attorneys challenging the Prison inmates known as the "It is patently clear that that t number 477 had served include some $28,000 in inSf'e -
metal and steel buildings is the school board with 24 manner in which jury lists are Garment Factory 14. something other than random twice on the jury venires 117
L.., \...:::."J,,;: ;' .::i placed at approximately years of service, said that if selected in Bradford County, The ruling was announced selection processes requiredby had served three times,62 had < Page :5)
\:. .=-:-:.: $110,000 by Architect Don Thursday, Jan 10, shortly law has been occurring in served four times, and 96 had
::: : Morgan who expects bids to after 9 a.m. after the cowl t each instance during the served in each of the last five
.. I come in around $11-$12.50 per had convened for the course of the last five years. years.
-!;;:: square foot. The paving will Annual C of C resumption of the trials for the Blacks and females have been Green further charged that, Injured
:i.:! make up the remainder of the 14 inmates. The trial cannotbe systematically excluded in the "The above described jury
i project. rescheduled until after a petit jury lists of Bradford lists are contrary in nature to In WrecksTwo
--.-... pans) of the school board is new jury list is selected by County," Attorney Green's those which it is possible to
.. to ask for bids, perhaps by the Dinner On Tap Bradford county com- motion stated. draw from among the citizensof persons were reported
March meeting, if the missioners under new Figures supplied by !Mrs. Bradford County who are injured in two separate
educational specifications can -- guidelines to be handed down Flynn indicated a total of 6,924 qualified to serve as jurors, wrecks reported in Bradford
New Semester be cleared in time. The 27th annual dinner 5th Senatorial District of by Judge Yawn. That order registered voters in Bradford and who are capable of serving County, according to the
BradfordUnionArea Financing will come from meeting of the Starke- Florida comprising 16 had not been received by County as of October 26, 1973. as part of a venire Starke Police Department and
Vo-Tech Center the$160,000 sales of Anderson Bradford County Chamber of counties. county authorities at press Of that number 1.103 or black "fairly" drawn from a list the Florida Highway Patrol
Junior High in Lawtey to the Commerce, set at the Starke The annual meeting will time Wednesday. and 3,521 are females, or 16 reflective of a representative George Robert Dillmger 33,
Begins Florida Division of Correc- Woman's Club next Thursday, also be the occasion for the Commissioners Tuesday percent black and 52 percent cross-section of identifiable" of Starke, was injured Sunday
January tions. Jan. 24, at 7:15: p.m., will installation of new chamber asked Supervisor of Elections female. groups in the county. evening when his 1964 Ford
The bus barn will be phaseone feature State Sen. Bob officers and governors for Jeneva Flynn when they can The jury lists that have been It was pointed out by Green ran off SR-100 a mile south of
Learn New of the construction, the Saunders, D-Gainesville, as 1974. Assuming the Chamber expect a new jury list Mrs drawn In the past included that precinct No 7 Reno, Starke.
Skills staff and school board in- guest speaker. leadership as president from Flynn said her office is only a token number of which has a total of 382 Trooper C. R. Cory of the
structed Architect Morgan Senator Saunders was outgoing President Marc presently purging the voter female citizens and less than registered voters, all of whomare FHP said the vehicle went off
Day and Night Tuesday night. The elected to the Florida Senatein Jackson will be local attorney list and that will not be three percent black citizens, black, had supplied a totalof the left side of the road
warehouse will be phase two 1968, and was boosted by George Pierce of the law firm complete for an estimated 30 "The jury lists compiled by only 19 names on the jury traveling 65 yards before
For Information and will be listed as a Bradford voters. Sen. of Pierce and Hardy. days. the County Commissioners of lists in the last five years. striking a culvert. Dillinger
Phone 96I-61SO deductible alternate. Saunders has served as a Officers to serve with Assistant Public Defender Bradford County are composed "Just another glaring was taken to the Bradford
Additive alternates will be member of the Public Schools Pierce are: President-Elect Aaron Green had filed the of a disproportionately disparity of the Jury selection" County Hospital and later
REVIVAL an extension eastward toward Committee, as chairman of William S. Glover,manager of motion challenging the jury high number of persons who process in Brad County, transported to Gainesville
First Baptist Church Orange Street of the present the K-Elementary Education the Starke Holiday Inn list on the previous Wed- are male members of the Green said. because of severe facial
Starke Middle School parking area, Subcommittee, as a member complex; vice-presidents: nesday, and the day was white race," Green said. In supporting the motion by lacerations and previous
Jan.20-24 and paving of an exit and of the Natural Resources and Mrs Sandra Reddish and consumed by the testimony of the detense attorneys Judge medical history.
7:30 p.m. Nightly entry to the bus barn and Conservation Committee, the Gordon Howell past- three witnesses: Mrs. Jeneva "The black citizen and the Yawn ruled that the totality of Gina Kim Crosby, 16, of
warehouse to be located west Ways and Means Committee, president Marc Jackson; and M. Flynn, Bradford County female citizen have been the evidence presented Starke, was treated and
of the present middle school the Appropriations Subcommittee John Supervisor of Elections, Ms deliberately, systematicallyand clearly indicated that jury released from BSH when her
cs..r.1t ., gym and on the south property and the Bicen- Bradley Marjorie Fargo, a sociology arbitrarily discriminated selection by other than ran- 1968 Chevrolet collided with
graduate and Tim Marshall, a against, as regards their dom and choice was of
tennial Commission of process the right side a 1972
m QummunilgMutt( !! line.The project also calls for a Florida. He currently is serve Newly three elected governors terms of to doctoral student of sociologyat selection to comprise the jury apparent, and that he was Plymouth dirven by Mrs I
Hank paved driving instruction chairman of the Ways and office are: year Mac Baldwin, the University of Florida. lists of Bradford County, making the ruling not only for Freda Hardenbrook of Starke, j
range west of the proposed Means Committee and is a Dudley Hardy, Freeman A' computer statistical resulting in their non-selection reasons of law, but for Jan. 9 on US-301. Miss Crosby ,
warehouse and bus barn. The member of the Education and Register III, Carl Hurst, II. II analysis: had been made at the purely on "the basis of race practical purposes: was charged with reckless
,M. .r t N.>Ie,000 h.rd M Upi. state will contribute $20,000 in Rules and Calendar Committees Everett, and Don Brown. University of Florida of the and-or sex, charged Green. Yawn said that if the driving, according to the
?...... ..-t..w c- matching funds for that jury lists that had been drawn Exhibit D of the statistical defendants were convictedSee report of Officer KennethCarlton
project, but driving ranges Sen Saunders represents the (See Page 4) In Bradford County during analysis indicated that a total ( Page 4)) of the SPD.


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Homemakers Clubs I Hear Businessmen Dinner At Woman's Club Asked to Aid History Projects It

,. Merr li. convention of the General
Members of the Starke and showed the Homemakers Country Club The Woman's Club of Starke Wainwrignt ana airs. Federation of Women's Clubs
Lawtey Homemakers Clubs simple car maintenance.A met Wednesday, Jan. 9, with Williams.The individual. luncheon will be held in Minneapolis in
held a joint meeting and sandwich lunch was the Conservation Department with flat l\Iay.
Members of the Starke Golf centered
Automobile served at noon to those at- serving the monthly' luncheon. tables were Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton
workshop on in the tending, who included and Country Club and their Hostesses were Mrs..' Paul arrangements of deep pink presided at the business
Maintenance members and visitors.Mr. guests are invited to a steak Brown, chairman; Mrs. CarlL. camellias.The centerpiece for meeting following the
Agriculture Center last dinner Jan. 19, at 7p.m. table was an
Saturday, Mrs. the speaker's and announced that
Johns, co-chairman; ,
Thursday from 9:30: a.m. to 3 varicolored program
The is $5 of
price per Johnnie Barrett, Mrs. J. A. arrangement the Starke club would cater
p.m.George Roberts of the person. Call the country club Griffin, Mrs. John Myers, camellias in a green con was the annual awards banquet of
Roberts Insurance Co. talked .and Mrs. Robert Tannerof for reservations. Playing Mrs. Frank Palmer, Mrs. H. tainer. Each place pink the Starke Chamber of
will be deep
on car insurance; J. E. Baldwin were last Thur- cards or ping pong C. Ritch, Mrs. F. J. Shaw, marked by a large Commerce on Jan.24 and the
Tomlinson of the Florida Bankof sday visitors of Mrs J. II. enjoyed Mrs. James F. Stroud, Mrs. camellia. afternoonwas UDC luncheon in February.
The women for the
Fields. country John Torode, Mrs. Edward Speaker The Arts Department, with
Starke. explained car of
will meet in the clubhouse Mrs. Elmer Norton
financing; and Ray Pettis, Mrs. Herbert Green Monday, Feb. 4, at 8 p.m. Jacksonville, who is presently will Mrs A.have J. Barry charge as chairman of the,
Agricultural Engineering vice-
specialist with Florida returned Tuesday after undergoing ( New YouthGroup serving as second of the February meeting. All
Cooperative Extension officein surgery in Alachua ri I It president members who wish to display
Mrs. J. R. Kite visited Mrs.J. Elects Officer SlateA Florida Federation ofWomen's original arts and crafts should
Gainesville discussed tips General Hospital.
:;.1iJ k Clubs. She spoke
C. Wallace in Jacksonville q them at the club building
on automobile care and I to have
recently. mainly on issues pertinent time.
; new youth group called all members of the FFWC,
four Arts and
,i'.wah. the Fellowship of Christian and complimented the Starke The district
will also be heldon
VAN H. PRIEST CO. Youths held their first the club on the excellent attendance Crafts) Feb.show 21 in Lake City. All
Elizabeth Jean Akridge Weds meeting Presbyterian Sunday Church night at old at their urged meetings.Mrs. all entrants, amateur, professionand
will be
teacher, judged
Mr. Hutchins Jan 12 manse on Cherry Street. The members to support National
Starke memberswere
W. CALL ST. STARKE group will meet each Sunday Bible Week, Family Day and separately.
asked to
Miss Elizabeth Jean with matching white lace and night and all youths of any National Education week. She participate.
J. E. Hardy, memo
5 Hour Sale Akridge, daughter of Mr. and she carried a bouquet of white denomination in the community also suggested that leaders Mrs. announcedthe
Mrs. B. E. Akridge of Starke, and blue carnations.A are invited to join the begin preparation for "Honor following new members:
and Marvin Randall Hutchins, reception was held at the group. America Day" and asked for Blaine Thompson Mrs.
home. The bride's The following officers were of members in the Mrs.
son ofII'! and Mrs. Wiley B. Akridge the support and Mrs. William
Wednesday Jan. 23 Hutchins of Live Oak, were table was covered with a elected at the first meeting: preservation of all things of Carl Hurst,
united in marriage on crocheted cloth,centered witha president Miss Latain historic interest. The annual Glover.
Saturday,Jan. 12, at 8 p.m. at two-tiered wedding cake, Herres; vice-president Matt
1:00: Till 6:00 P.M. the Akridge home. Rev. Bill and flanked by two burning Herres; secretary, Hjalmar
Lovell performed the nuptials. candles at each end. Also on McMillan; treasurer, Candy
ALL DOUBLE KNIT ON BOLTS Highlighting the home for the table was an arrangementof Foster; Youth Advisor, Mrs. ,
the occasion were two large blue and white mums and Johnny Johnson.At .
baskets of white and blue carnations. Mrs, Edward the Sunday night meetingthe
288 yd mums,carnations and gladioliand Akridge and Mrs. James group was joined by the r"O i
candelabras with lighted Crews cut the cake. Miss Philolengy group from \
tapers. Marcia Kay Crews, a niece of Melrose for a hamburger c\\\
ALL DOUBLE KNIT REMNANTS The wedding march was the bride,kept the guest book. cookout at the Manse with & \\ SIX32 \ .
played on the stereo. Following a wedding trip to approximately 45 young oreS C0i
188 yd Mr. Hutchins attended his South Florida the couple is people attending. E
son as best man and James residing at 1214 Pine Street. .c.O 51
Crews was an usher. Live Oak.
ALL COTTON REMNANTS Mrs. Elaine Crawford attended Mr. Hutchins is employedwith CrewsSappEngagement qbA.J
her sister as matron of Occidental Chemical Co.
honor, wearing a full length in White Springs. Told
V2 Off gown of blue velvet with
empire waistline. She wore a Louis Crews of Starke an-
crown of blue velvet with blue Crosby Family the and
nounces engagement
ALL WINTER CLOTHING illusion and carried a long- approaching marriage of his
stem red rose with red Plans ReunionThe daughter, Gloria Kathleen, to
streamers. Robert L. Sapp of Starke.
/ Off Given in marriage by her annual Crosby family The wedding will be an
father, the bride wore a gownof reunion will be held in the event of Jan. 25at8p.m.at the
silk organza featuring a educational building of Oak Grove Baptist Church
5 Hours Only lace overskirt and bodice with Bayless Highway Baptist with Rev. Bill Lovell of
long sleeves. Her only ornament Church Sunday, Jan. 20. ficiating.All .
was a gold cross. Her Lunch will be served at 1230.: friends and relatives are
t floor length veil of trimmed All friends and relatives are invited to attend the weddingand
of white illusion was invited to bring a picnic lunch reception following the
and join in for lunch and ceremony.
fellowship.Mr. .

J2e' Mrs. Vergie Flynn spent
NEW by MALONE last Wednesday Friday with
R. O. Dansby
and Mrs. her sister, Mrs.Bessie Faxon,
visited her mother, Mrs. in Gainesville.
Marvin Andrews, in Ozark,
Ala.last Monday to Thursday. Mrs. Seeber Goodman
Enroute home they visited J. returned Friday after several
B. Dansby in the intensivecare days in Alachua General

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I Altar Society Reports on Activiites Mr. and Mrs. Paul McLeodand Misses Jeannie Faulk, RLDJ1tj8EvOWEET ,
daughter of Keystone Beverly Hollingsworth. and
will leave today for Charles Hollingsworth of
St. Edward's Altar Societymet vited members and families to BIRTHSMr. Heights Ala. where Mr. Kingsley Lake spent the
on Tuesday evening Jan. attend the Parish Mission to Birmingham will continue his weekend in Atlanta visiting
8, with Mrs. Michael Gilhooly be conducted at St. Edward'sfrom McLeod the
of Underground and Stone
presiding.Mrs. Feb. 10 through 15. Plans and Mrs. George F. Nail studies Alabama at Medical the University School. Mr. Mountain. :::.t:: "
Lester Humphries were made to have a covered of Jacksonville announced the McLeod served the pastsemester's
reported that Mrs. Robbie dish supper in the Parish Hall birth of a daughter, Kristin preceptorship with Carlton Faulk of
Shaller was taking care of at 7 p m. on Friday to close the Diane, on Nov. 6, 1973, in Dr. H. H, Adams Jacksonville spent Sunday 1
altars during January. Mrs. Mission. Father Patrick Baptist Hospital. The baby with his grandparents Mr. 1I4 -
John Samons and Mrs. Flaherty, C. M., from Princeton weighed 9 pounds 14 oz. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr at {
Richard Welty volunteered to N. J., and Father Maternal grandmother is Half Price Sale on Ladies Kingsley Lake.
do this work in February.Mrs. George Mullen of Bangor, Pa. Mrs Ann Brown of Dresses. Pants Suits Pants.
Gladys Weldon are to conduct Mission ser Jacksonville and paternal Coats. Blouses. Sweaters at Group of Shoes One-Third to
reported on the current vices. grandparents are Mr. and STUMP'S.Mrs. One-llalf Off at STUMP'S.
questionnaire being At the close of the meeting Mrs. T. F. Nail of Kingsley
conducted on behalf of early Father Cregan introduced his Lake. THE LEAD OULEF
detection of cancer. A reporton brother and family Mr. and E. L Matthews, MissMadgeMiddletonandMrs. Local admittances to
Sunland sponsorship was Mrs. John Cregan and H. Bradford County Hospital this
also given. Members were daughter, Annette who are Andrews Earns M. Richards were Monday week include: Mrs. Dora
informed on a cookbook on visiting from Limerick visitors of Mrs. Mae Jones in Haisten Mrs. Nanette Ed- Every Minuteman has a winning way with a
authentic Irish recipes County, Ireland. College HonorsA Jacksonville on Mrs. Jones' wards, Mrs. Betty Bresee. pencil. He gets that lead out and moving as
compiled by the ladies of the The next meeting is 82nd birthday. Eugene Norman, Ressie I I soon as you walk into our showroom, and hedoesn't
East Coast Deanery and scheduled for March 5 at 7:30: local college student. Thomas, Ruby D. Hersey, until
stop he's put the last the
available for a cost of $4. p.m. in the Parish Hall. Jimmy Joe Andrews, son of Mrs. Edith Christiansen has. Mrs Mary Ditter Mrs. Mary digit on
Mrs. Joseph Gissy reportedon Any interested women of the Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Andrews of returned to the home of her V. Thomas, Mrs. Dorothy Lee best deal in town.It .
the success of parish area are invited to attend a Starke has been on the fall sister Mrs. W. H. Hart, aftera Griffis, !Mrs. Dorothy only takes a minute. And when we say minute j
Christmas parties and the Day of Spiritual Renewal at term Dean's List at Fur man six months visit in New Engelke Mrs. Louise W we mean FAST! Ask any of our customers,
reception following recent St Paul's Catholic Church in University in Greenville, S. C. Orleans. Her daughter Mrs.: Norman, !Mrs. Doris Over. and they'll tell you-the Minutemen are the
Confirmation ceremonies.Mrs. Jacksonville on Jan. 23. This The Dean's List is com- John Jenks, and Paula accompanied street, Mrs. Gladys Green,
Clermont Bizier was day is being conducted by prised of full-time undergraduate Mrs. Christiansenhere Shep Tomlinson, Mrs. Esta firstest with the mostest!
complimented on the fine Father Leo Clifford a students who Friday and will remainfor Mae Underhill, Starke; Oliver
work for which she was Franciscan priest from earn a grade point average of several weeks. The family Nordling, Keystone Heights; USED CAR SPECIALS *! I
responsible in connection with Patterson N. J., and is being 3.2 or better on Furman's four had as a Monday visitor Mrs. L. L, GrIffis, Lawtey; Dwayne
the lovely float entered on sponsored by the East Coast point system.Mr. C. W. Beasley of Gainesville. Gann and !Mrs Alma
behalf of St. Edward's in the Deanery St. Augustine Wilkerson, Raiford; ClarenceW.
Annual Christmas Parade Diocesan Council of Catholic Mrs. Charles Fink and Melton, Jr., Hampton; Plymouth DusterSolid
winning second place award. Women psc4DSCPJStlscPJ'stOSd +t x children of Green Cove Mrs. Louise Forsythe, Lake Red Paint with Black Vinyl Trim. 6 Cyl. Engine, Radio and Heater, Standard Shift, with
Mrs. Hichard Welty and Mrs. S. L. Woods of Springs spent last Friday with Geneva; Robert L, Brown, Factory Air Cond. Local One Owner Car
reported on visitation of the gStQJSiP/sePJkPJSePlkQlkQJSt SeO'Se Brunswick. Ga. were weekend her mother Mrs, Ella Moody. Hampton; Rudolph Zanoni,
sick; also food and clothing Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Yeager guests of Mrs. Ewell Lawson. Melrose; and Mrs. Lattice $1595
distributed to needy. have had as guests Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of Rucker, Lake Butler.
Bob Blakewood asked Jacksonville Mrs. Ruth 1971 Chevy Nova 2 Door
Mrs !Mrs. L. T. Stevens of Temple, Miss Claire Turner of
members to collect household Frazier of Starke, and Mr. and Half Price Sale on Girl's Soft Blue Black Custom 6
Ga. from Saturday to Wed- Starke, and father, K. V with Interior. Cyl. Engine, Tinted Glass Radio, Heater. This Little
articles and any usable itemto nesday, and Mr. and Mrs. Turner of Jacksonville, at- Mrs. Henry Rogers of Waldo Dresses Pants. 'oats andSweaters Nova Runs Good (Very Economical).
be sold saleon were Sunday dinner of at STU\JI: 'S.
at a rummage Edward Yeager of tended the Super Bowl guests
March in Starke. their mother, Mrs. Henry S1B35
2 Albuquerque, N. M. over the Houston, Texas Sunday.
Father James Cregan in- weekend. O'Hara. (See Page 4, ..

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4 TELEGRAPH January 17,1971

I Bus Barn .........."............................................................ oodwill Store Asks DonationsStarke's I

[ De $ relying on local donations
is that
(From Page 1) meeting, the board: that the board's budgetary from have to be brought to the store
--Agreed to vote at its asking for donations
position is deteriorating because it does not have
funds went to almost due to the any
(From Page 3)) other area. But the school every February meeting to purchase because of inflation and Goodwill local people in Jacksonville way of picking up donations
John F. Burton of Knoxville, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb board now seems intent upon a check writing because the state is giving and plant destroying mostof from houses.
Tenn. was a weekend guest of attended the funeral of her spending the $160,000 from the machine at a total cost of Bradford County only 91 burning donations there. The local store can use
Mr. and Mrs. John the any
Cregan Mr. and Mrs. James Barron mother, Mrs. Saly Bellamy, in sale of the percent of each dollar the
and daughter of Limerick, Lawtey school for a around$1,200. It is expected to Now the Starke store is kind of clothing, furniture.
Ireland are spending several and Mrs. R. V. Turner. Inverness Tuesday.Mrs. bus barn and warehouse.In save about one day each county earns under the state'sfunding
other action at month of the system (Full-Time
Tuesday'sC.C. superintendentand
veeks with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Batesof Merrill Edwards and board chairman Equivalency) based on school
f Kather James Cregan.Mr Jacksonville were weekend Mrs. James Kinchen were in checks. signing attendance. Temple, at q, ;-i j' DAYCARE
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Tampa on business Sunday. Dinner. -Received for its critical present, is unsure of theboard's ( I: .
and Mrs. II. A. Lawson Shaller. \\1(....::1' CENTER .
md Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh review copies of a proposed financial position for
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson has
1'I ti,annen spent the weekend in Mrs. D. C. Forehand and returned after three weeks (From Page 1) hospitalization insurance plan the upcoming budget year. FROM ARM BABIES -

l Panama City visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Grace of Albany, visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ed- The Chamber of Commerce prepared committee by in a conjunction teacher welfare with The whether board most is teachers also unsure would ""'- l// TO SCHOOL AGE
Mrs Bill Morar and
oyster Ga. ward Schwab at Merritt
were Tuesday overnight Community Service the administrative staff and rather have a salary increase
fishing. of Mr. and Mrs. Island. The Schwabs Humanitarian and BALANCED SNACKS
guests T. H. broughtMrs. Young insurance company salesmen.The than for the board to pay for CONSTANT CARE- 2
Slade. Mrs. Slade and Anderson home Adult awards for
guests Fridayand 1973 will be
board is
considering '
their Insurance A.M. TO 4:30 P.M.
Mrs. Elizabeth Terrell of hospitalization NOW OPEN 7OO: :
visited Mrs. T. T. Long in spent the weekend. Mrs. presented during the meeting getting into the fringe benefit .
Karmington, Conn. is staying Orlando Wednesday and also John Anderson of Callahanwas to those local citizens, for
area by paying
,it the Magnolia Hotel while spent several days in a Friday overnight guestof selected by their peers, who hospitalization insurance for
'iionths.ojourning here for several Hillsboro. Mrs. Myrtle Anderson.Mother's have by their service to the its employees at the approximate -Discussed parking area at length at the pavinga USO WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE

Miss Kay Turner of North community contributed and to fellow the social man,, rate of $13.73 per Building for the school administrative THEIR PROBLEMS )
!Mr and !Mrs. Richard St. month per employee or some staff. The board
Florida Junior March cultural and
College, Brant economic bet- .
lohn and daughter Joy, at- $85,000 per year. allowed Supt. Temple to call Bethlehem Free ..tJ..
Turner of Valdosta State terment of the community as Greater ,
The board and Supt. Jim
tended the funeral of her for bids on the $3,500 project
College, and Miss Vicky Set 27 a whole.
uncle. Royce Whitley, in Turner of St. Johns River January Tickets for the dinner Temple both "are com which Temple said can be Will Baptist Church >7
i cilia. Ga. on Jan. 9. Junior College were home for meeting can be obtained at the mitted" in 1974 to teacher done now for $3 per yard, but 964-5136 '.t
The annual Mother's Marchof salary and fringe benefits, that asphalt shortages are 1101 CHESTNUT ST. AT ASH ST. OR
the weekend. Mrs. R. V. Chamber of Commerce officeat
Table of Material Values to Turner and daughter, Vicky, the March of Dimes drive is $5 per person until 5 p.m. on Supt. Temple said Tuesday expected to push the price up FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866 ,1'14
scheduled for Jan. 27, ac-
$2 atiTUMP'S night. But he also pointed out in the next few months.
$3.98 Special: per yard Jacque Gaskins and Bob cording to Mrs. Alicia Steffa, Friday, Jan. 18.
: Johnson attended the dinner- chairman.A .
theatre at the Alhambra
Miss Kathy Underill of UF report listing the mothersto
Saturday night. march and the streets each
< 'sited her grandparents, Mr.
11.Ioncrief! will visit will be publishednext
.id Mrs. J.
Mr. Mrs.
unday. Joe Bettes of week, according to Mrs.
St. Augustine were Monday Steffa.
Mrs Robert Stevens and evening supper guests of her
xlrs. Charles Montello and parents, LTC and Mrs. V. J.
laughter of Jacksonville were Spengler, and celebrated Mrs. L.B.
aturday visitors of Mrs. L. D. Bettes' birthday.Mrs. Killing. .

reen Sherrod Hamilton and (From Page 1))

Mr and Mrs Amos Sanford !Mrs. Robert Barksdale attended house,apparently after seeing ,
Dt Anna 111. were last Thur- the FFWC district four the gun her father was %"n
.day and Friday guests of Mr. President's council in Green carrying. 00
,and Mrs L C. Early while Cove Springs last Friday.
.nroute to their winter home Miles said that it was at this
in Astatula. point apparently that the
--- shooting began. Bullets were
'I h fired through the door, and
ATTENTION ADULTS Beverly, who was standing g
near her mother behind the 'lQWHITE'
"Opportunity is Yours" door was struck just above her '
right ear. The child was
pronounced dead at Union
New Semester will begin January 21, 1974 at Bradford- General Hospital moments
Union Area Vocational Technical Center, 609 North after she was taken there bv
Orange Street. Courses are V. A. Approved. Coursesfor members of the Union EMC
Vocational Skills and courses leading to High rescue squad.
9 Scliool Diploma will be offered Day and Night. Kimble is being held without
bond in Union County Jail.
CiKI; ) K\ainitiation will be administered the week of Judge Driggers said that he

February 4. January 25 will be deadline for making will ask the public defender's
.implication for OKI). office to represent Kimble.

Mrs. Jefferson came to the
COURSESOFFEREDAmerican door and told Kimble to leave, ", J ..-
Miles said, then went to '
telephone the sheriff's office.
History Mrs. Kimble went to the back
door of the house and ex-
!; Art changed words with her
Ji husband. BLUE
Americanism vs CommunismBasic
\ or
i, Education

\ (Subjects below 9th Grade) Jury List. .

Driver English Education (From Page 1)) ( Y

; High School Review and the case went to the ap- .
pellate process, that such
1 Japanese Embroidery convictions would likely be
overturned and we would
Leadership Training
have to retry the case.
As a result of the ruling the
;. Band (for Adults) Bradford County Com-

Weightlifting ( for adult men) prepare missioners a new will jury now list have from to BONUS GIFTS FOR YOU

Skimnastics (for adult ladies) which venires are drawn to .
serve on the grand jury and
Chorus and Music Appreciation the petit juries for the county

Courses for Senior Citizens and circuit court venires.

Yawn is to issue an order
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: : : CALL 964-6130 which is expected to contain From
acceptable guidelines in the Guaranty Federal !
1 Additional Courses will be added upon request. selection of future jury lists
that will be in compliance with
the random choice method
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January 17,1974 TELEGRAPII ..ageS

Nixon Guilty In Local Watergate Poll Laivtey Water ................................................................ No, No, Nanette To Be Staged In Jax :I

I (From Page 1)) shallow wells," Arrants. "It The musical "No. No. matinees. A self-addressed
was calculated to pay all costsof would go down into the Nanette" will be coming to stamped envelope should
But Majority Opposes Impeachment terest costs that must be made the project, including Florida aquifer and would be the Jacksonville Civic accompany mail orders.
during the construction repayment of the loan, free from possible contamination Auditorium Jan.25th and 26th. The musical is sponsored as'
period,and FHA said the city maintenance of the system, from surtace A special matinee per- a non-profit charitable
Members of the Starke still wouldn't want to see him impeached, and was would have to pay this amount and supervision. Funds from water sources." formance will be given on Jan. organization of the District 4
Clvitan Club think that) impeached.This unanimous(100 per cent) that during the course of con- the ten per cent utility tax At one point Shaw warned 26 at 2:30: p.m. for those who Woman's Club In Jackson-
President Nixon is guilty of apparent incongruity he would not resign. struction,plus another$44,000to would not be used unless that the city would be forcedto would like to attend who do not ville, formed to build a home
prior-Watergate knowledge which is also evidence in Forty per cent favored reduce the amount of the revenue from the system install water and sewer live in Jacksonville. Ticketsare for non-delinquent homeless
i and post-Watergate attempts national polls, came to light resignation, while 60 per cent loan to a figure that could be failed to meet the obligation, facilities at some time in the also available for both girls in the Florida Crown.
to cover it up,but the majority when 16 regular members and opposed it. Seventy-five per repaid by 200 customers at a he said. future due to new environmental evening performances, which area.
four Civincttes (high school cent thought the Watergate minimum of$6 per month for However, several opposing protection start at 8:30: p.m.
girls)were asked to answer 12 hearings should stop, while 25 water service. This would spokesmen said the tax would regulations. He said the city Tickets may be ordered by "How can the dollar have I
Y Watergate related questionsat per cent favored continuation.In mean an outlay of some; cost them another $6 or $7 a could have obtained both a phone ((633-2900)) or by mailfrom so many enemies when we
( the club's meeting last answer to the question, $72,000 by the city from other month in addition to the $6 water and a sewer system in the Jacksonville Civic have thought all the time it
week.A "Mow do you feel he (Nixon) revenue sources. minimum water charge. 1958 at a cost of just over Auditorium,300 Water Street, was buying us friends 7"I I
far greater majority has been treated by the press Shaw said the engineers Benjamin F. McCulley and $100,000, but the same type of 32202. Prices are$8, $7, $6 for Duane C. Griggs, New Lon
believed Nixon guilty, and other news media?" 35 would require another five or Rev. E. C. Harvey, Lawtey opposition had killed the evenings and$6, $5, $4 for the don (Iowa) Journal.
By however, than the slim per cent said unfairly, 55 per six months before the project residents who would not be on proposal then.
margin that did not favor cent fairly, and ten per cent could go to bid, and that the water line, vigorously *'SII.VERM AIM'S-DOWNTOWN GAINESVILLESiIwmnonJ./ / sto
impeachment.In "more than fairly." construction would take an objected to having to pay. the
Charlotte Lunsford answer to the question, On' another controversial estimated nine months. With
"Do you believe he (Nixon) issue, 60 per cent of those the money already on hand in tax."Is it fair to tax those who-
SELECTING knew of the Wa tel gate replying believed there was no Lawtey's bank accounts don't take the water?" Rev.
PADDINGDon't situation earlier than real energy crisis,while 40 per (estimated at around $68,000)and ) Harvey asked. McCulley said
claimed?" 17 of those polled cent thought there was. Sixty the amount that will he moved down from
buy good carpet and ((75 per cent) answered yes, per cent thought the energy continue to come in from state Jacksonville to get away from _
then try to save a few dollars by and only three ((15 per cent) crisis is not just another and federal revenue sharing, high taxes.
failing to put a good pad underneath no.Almost "cover-up for Watergate," Shaw said the city should haveno Shaw replied that Lawteywas
the carpet. Padding Is as many believedthe while 35 per cent believed it is.COOPER' trouble meeting its one of the few towns in
most important. The life of your President "tried to coverit obligations at the time they Florida without a utility tax,
up" after Watergate broke o. ou were due.
is and that community
carpet greatly extended every
when into headlines. Fifteen ((75 per D 0O The main bone of contention trying to do something for its
the carpet rests on the soft pad cent) replied yes, and five ((25 voiced by opponents of the citizens had been forced to
instead of a hard floor surface.In per cent) no. C Q project was the ten per cent take this step.
addition to increasing the The opinion was almost d oDL31 utility tax which FHA Harvey raised the questionthat
life of your carpet soft padding unanimous ((95 per cent) that 7 v'f" required to be imposed as a the city's proposed well
allows you to "sink in" when the President would not be firm source of income with might have an adverse effect
you walk upon the carpet, giving which the city could on'existing wells,but was told
it the "plushy" feel. guarantee repayment of the by Arrants this was not
A good pad pays for Itself.We TilE BRADFORD loan. possible.
have the right padding for COUNTY TELEGRAPH Engineer Arrants explainedthat "Our well would be drilled
every XowlFPevtryday
Published the$6 minimum water fee
carpet. Our courteous salesmenwill every Thursdayat much deeper than present
138 W.Call Street rt'eadQ3.NHOUPSve.
be glad to recommend the -'
Starke,Florida 32091 -'
proper pad to fit your needs.Carpels toA SCHAFFNER AND MARX I
Second Class postage paidat Henry Block has
eharlolle Starke,FloridaSubscription frTvtU + JOHNNY CARSON Z
11oneFt'1IOe" $
Rates' 5' 17 reasons why you Z CRICKETEER, DEANSGATE, P.B.M. AND HASPEL.
In trade ,
area: $6..00 per
year;$3.50111"", months hue,5et 64 b GREAT SAVINGS ALL FROM REGULAR STOCK!
$ come to us I
3003 N E.I9TH DRIVE Outside trade area:$7.110'peryear ) I unv&o3 Nu So'pue
;SBO4I 373-D84S tax help. 1 ,

Reason 1. We are income tax SHOES SHIRTS, JACKETS, o oD
z ,
specialists. We ask the right
questions. We dig for every honest CORDUROY JACKETS, SWEATERS, 1I

deduction. We want to leave no 2 TURTLENECK SHIRTS AND SWEATERS,
stone unturned to make sure you
pay the smallest legitimate tax. < BEDROOM AND CASUAL SLIPPERS, HATS \

NURSERY 6Landscape- .-
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The Sweetest Strawberrle TM Side of Heaven

Basketballers Lose I
January 17, 1974 TELEGRAPH Page Bradford I

45 Out For Baseball At BHS, To OP47-46. Beat FB 78-51

Turnout Breaking for the week, left in the first half. X for the season and will meet Meek missed this chance for
Biggest In Many YearsBradford even 9, Smith 2-26, Tanner 30-6,
Feb. in Starke. free
Bradford High varsity Then Wayne Berry went up Jones 3-0-6 Totals 21-9-51. again 5 points.
basketballers were edged 47- for a lay up, made it, and was Orange Park Game Steady senior forward Abie At about 15 seconds, the
46 in Orange Park Friday fouled and made a three The 1973-74 Tornado Williams came off the benchto Tornadoes opened Williamsup
High baseballershave never played baseball. Also freshman Dean Brown start the second under the basket as they
at are night, then rolled 78-51 past pointer out of it, moving the lost their first important quarterand
been practicing for five second base is freshman also working at left field. Fernandina Beach in Starke, score to 37-10 with 2:31: left In conference and their gave BUS the lead for the set up and ran a play
weeks and face first com- Richard Hall.Charlie Johnny Nichols is playing both Florida Star the half. game first time in the game as the Williams put BHS ahead 46-45
games third of the season 47-46
petition Feb. 26 against Union Green is holding center field, followed by Lee Conference matches. See-saw scoring during the Friday in Orange Park when Tornadoes, down 10-4 with for what was their final lead of
High in Lake Butler. down the shortstop freshman. 1:15 left the frame, the
spot along Casey, a remainder of the half made Raiford sank a 20- : in opening night.
Practice began three weeks with being a pitcher part of Freshman Jimmy Prevatt Fernandina Game"I the score 4316 at the end of the foot Raider Tom with secondsleft opened up a 12-10 advantageon OP manuevered the ball
before school was dismissedfor the time. He was a cocaptainon is doing a great job at right first half. jumper the clock nine a hotly two straight baskets by with time closing out until
the Christmas Holidays the team last year and is field and as soon as he builds thought it was a good BHS opened up in the third on in Williams. Tall Leon Solomon, finally Raiford was clear justto
"They are doing good so far doing a real fine job, according his confidence he'll be a good ballgame with a good team period with a devastating fought, tension-laden contest. who led all scoring with 20 the right of center court and
and we are practicing some to Hatcher. player, according to Hatcher. effort," says Head Varsity offense and a quick working The Tornadoes trailed 8-10 points for the night, kept over 20 feet out. With no one to
sound fundamental baseball," Senior Stuart Duncan is at Freshmen Danny Reddick, Basketball Coach Mike defense as they kept on almost after the first period, led by Orange Park in the game with guard him, he took the game
says Head Baseball Coach the third base spot. Duncan Robert Edmonson and Jean Sexton. "Everybody did a doubling on the Pirates six points,25-19,at the half, by six points In the first period on winning shot and the ball
Harry Hatcher. Forty-five played baseball in the ninth Tanner are all working at good job." scoring. White hit the first two one point, 35-34, after the third two baskets, from five and 15 zipped through the net with
players are out for baseball so grade but has never played right field. Curtis White led the Tor- baskets for BHS then Goldenhit period, and were in the game feet out,and a big oneandonefoul nine seconds left on the clock.
far and Coach Hatcher feels since. Also working at third "During the first scrim- nadoes in scoring with 24 the next three. During the until its final second as the shot situation.Solomon .
this is the biggest turnout in a base is freshman Jeff Jockel mage game we were hitting points while teammate scoring of these two Fer- score see-sawed through the put OP ahead 13-12 BHS brought the ball down
long time. Possibly 10 more good but during the second we Alvaughn Golden added 18 nandina scored six points entire game. again in the second period, but lost control trying to workit
players will come out after Tommy Wise will most did not do so good," says for the BHS making the scoring 53-22 with Abie Williams' short jumper tying the score 12-12 on a short inside hurriedly. The red
points Cagers.
basketball season ends, deep likely be the starting pitcher. Coach Hatcher. Junior Donnie Sewell scored 3:59: left in the third period. gave BHS a 46-45 edge with 15 jumper and sinking the top team got the ball outside with
into February. He is a two year letterman. "I think if Wise can be 11 for the Then the Pirates hit a seconds left in the game, but end of a one-and'one foul one second showing on the
points night.
Charlie Green has been "He is a good competitor, strong for the whole season we Fernandina had scoring starting off with then Raiford zipped his long called on Abie Williams as the clock. Williams lobbed a high
only one spree
doing the best job hitting the likes baseball" and is doing a will be in good shape," says man in double figures. Phillip Malphew making a three jumper through the net with pair fought for the ball. pass in to Curtis White who
ball, according to Hatcher fine job, says Coach Hat- Hatcher. Green, Duncan and Jones scored 14 points from pointer.. Then Kris Andersonhit nine seconds left to give OP The score was knotted 17-17 leaped high and vainly tried to
Green, a senior letterman led cher. Wise are all looking good as six field goals and two foul a 10 footer followed by a the big game. and again at 19-19 until junior lip the ball into the basket as
the Florida Star Conferencelast Out in left field is junior pitchers. "By the time the shots. Johnny Smith lay up. With The Tornadoes got the ball Curtis White put BUS ahead the buzzer sounded.

year in hitting with a .390 letterman David Kilby. season rolls around we will be Bradford jumped in the 2:39: left in the quarter BHS out of bounds with one second 21-19 by scrapping an of- White led the
average Sophomore Mike Sanders and in and form." left the clock. Williams fensive rebound and evenly
good shape winners seat in the first was in front still 53-29, a 24 on layingthe distributed Tornado
Stuart Duncan has also been lobbed the ball into Curtis ball back up. While scoring
quarter taking a 13-4 point gap.Toward
hitting the ball well for BHS BHS led 43-14 at the half and the end of the third White who tried to tip the ball completed a six point scoring with 13 points and Golden Williamshad and
along with junior Matt Hull into the basket, but the last as the half ended by 12. Alvaughn
Registration Now Under 61-31 after the third period. period both teams began to surge Sheldon each had
Way Hodge eight
and senior Jeremiah Johnson. After Bradford's Donnie look a little sloppy but BHS ditch effort was slightly off hitting both ends of a oneandone noints
Five lettermen will be target, and bounced off the foul situation and adding
Sewell made the first score opened the gap to 28, 61-33, by
returning from last year two For Second Special OlympicsBradford Pirate Keith Malphew the end of the period. back rim of the basket. another lay up to give BHS its Off on their for the
seniors and three juniors. followed up with a jump shot. ,With 3:36 left in the game In the end free throws 25-19 halftime lead, the contest scoring
Johnson, Green, Tommy County will have merchants interested in Then BHS took a substantiallead Fernandina had closed the spelled the difference in the biggest BHS margin of the Donnie important Sewell. were li:
Wise, David Kilby and Johnny its second Special Olympicsthis donating their time or favors with four straight gap to 22 points 69-47, Then the Florida Star Conference night. points ,averaging who hit only
Nichols are the returning year and registration is would be appreciated. Those baskets Sewell, White and Bradford offense came alive battle The Tornadoes shot a OP got within one point of three per game Friday and
lettermen. now being held for all men- wanting to help contact Rick Elva Hampton were all in on again hitting four straight miserable 34 percent from the BITS in the thrid quarter the playmaker points Elva Hampton.
Playing at the catcher tally handicapped children Ezzell or Veronica Rusch- the scoring. This put BHS in baskets, three by White and charity line, sinking four of 12 margin being closed after who has been 10
position is junior Tommy and adults meirer at the Bradford Ad- front 102. one by Berry pushing the gap shots. Orange Park made 54 BUS held a 29-24 lead. Tall and averaging Ofor-ll from
Reddish followed by freshman This of percent of its free throws, Solomon hit on one short points was
program sports ministration Building, 964- Fernandina then scored to 30 points, 77.47.Fernandina the field in Orange Park.
Jackson Prevatt. Both are training and athletic com- another basket and White hit then got two hitting on 13 of 21 tries and jumper and OP got points
playing baseball for the first petition is unique in that it 6800Eligible participants are on a three pointer before the foul shots from Cledus Glover converting on several important number 27 and 28 on a blocked Coach Sexton thought every
time. provides for competitors all those individuals who, on the quarter ended 134. then a basket by Anderson to one-and-one jump shot by Eugene Jenkinson member of the team did a
Johnson is at first base levels of ability by assigning basis of local assessment and At the beginning of the end the Pirates scoring. The situations.The which goal tending was good job against Orange Park.
followed by first year player, them to "competition evaluation, have been second quarter it was a tough game then ended 7851. Tornadoes outshot OP called on BHS The teams then but was particularly pleased
senior Steve Register. division" based on both age assigned to programs game but with 6.10: left in the "I was particularly pleased from the field, sinking 21 field traded baskets as the Tor- with the play of Abie Williamsand
Register should be able to help and actual performance. designed to meet an I IQ level of first half Golden hit for four with the performance of the goals to 17 for the winning nadoes clung tenaciously to Sheldon Hodge Williams
BUS with his pinch hitting, Even the children in the 85 or less. Special Olympics straight baskets, 2 Jump shots, defense," says Coach Sexton Raiders. The BHS five hit on their one point advantage.. came off the bench in the
according to Hatcher. lowest divisions may advanceall competition begins at eight a 20 footer and a lay up. Sewell "I would like to invite 21 of 52 attempts for a10 A cold spot in the Tornado second period to steady the
At second base is junior the way to the national years of age. then added two charity shots everybody to come and watchus percent field goal average scoring cost them the lead team and give Bradford its
transfer letterman Matt Hull. finals. The purpose of the programis and White hit on a 15 footer to play Saturday night against while Orange Park hit 17 of 48 however in the early part of first lead of the night Hodge
John McCutchen is followinghim The county games will be not only to assist the put BHS way out in front 34-10 Buchholz in the Bradford field goal tries for a 35 percent the fourth period. Down 37-34 scored eight points and hauledin
lie is a senior but has held in March Anv local physical. development, with less than three minutes gym" says Sexton. JV games average.In OP opened a 39-37 then a 41-39 10 rebounds for his top
start at 6:30: and varsity at 8 the fourth period BHS advantage on baskets by performance of the season.
from one for six from the free Solomon and Jenkins. White also had 10 rebounds.
p.m.SCORE BY QUARTERS throw line. With two minutes left in the and big Donnie Sewell. who
BHS 13 30 18 17 78 "If we had cashed in we game the score was knotted missed much of the second
FB 4 12 17 18 51 would have had a chance to 41-41 by Bradford's Alvaughn period and finally fouled out
BHS White 10-4-24, win it," says Coach Mike Golden on a fast break basket. with two minutes left in the
Williams 1-0-2, Golden 9-0-18 Sexton of the closely fought At 1:41: Able Williams was game. had 8 and Williams 7
11OO CASH Sewell 4-3-11, Hodge 30-6, battle which left the Tor- called for a foul and Rob Meek
Hampton 204. Aldridge 2-2-6. nadoes 1-1 in the conferenceand sank both ends of a oneandone Ol Stdli..til-
Berry 2-1-5, McMillian 102. OP 20. Had the point to put OP ahead 45: -41. At
REFUND Totals 3-1-10-78. margin been reversed BUS 1 :26 Williams was called for StOKKBYQlK1KKS
would be 2-0 in the conferenceand another foul and .
FB-Gauthier 1-0-2, Bacon 3- Eugene BUS 8 17 10 11 4b
Glover 3-2-8 3-3- OP 1-1 Both teams are 6-1 Jenkins converted both timeson .
06. Malphew OP 10 9 15 U: 47
another one-and-one BHS White 5313.Williams
ON GE CENTRAL CONDITIONING situation, putting OP up 45-41. b.0-12. Golden 408. Sewell 1-5-
I I II At 1:17: Op's Solomon was 3. Hodge 408 Hampton 1-0-2.
I I II DeWitf Jones called for a foul and Curtis Totals 21.4.461.Orange ( .
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I Bradford Baby.. Cabers; Win Three More To Keep. Perfect Record Of 70Bradford

'-" in four points for
High Baby Cagerswon Fernandina game with 13 the third 17, Telfair 2-0-4, Riner 2-0-4, The Tornadoes had a last Friday night for their explained Coach McLeod. the Baker put Tornadoes.
period. Baby
afterfilming Gauthier 3-0-6) Perking 2-0-4) lead of 28.22 then Bradford shot for eight of 12
three more games points followed closely by The fourt quarter was tough halftime by sixth win of the year 42-36 over improving Saturday night will bring a
back from the Alfred Ross with 12. Ross has the whole and the Pirates McGowar 1-1-3. Totals 19644. the end of the game had a 13 Orange Park in Orange Park. foul shots. "We need" tough game for the Baby Reds
{ Christmas Holidays beating just started playing as a were slowly way closing the gap. Bradford's JV won its fifth point margin, 5946. This was "We did not play good offensive in that area. when they play Buchholz in
{Madison 59-46 two Tuesday starter. Game leader was the fourth game of the season against the biggest margin that the ball but did a Willis Berry led the scoringin Starke. During Bradford'slast
Twice play
(nights ago, Orange Park 42-36 Pirate Michael Russell with 17 FB during scored six straight Madison last Tuesday night in Tornadoes had made this good defensive game/ says this game with 18 points game with Buchholz they
quarter Robert
Madison 59-46 with while Moody Ross and
in Orange the best
i last Friday night points. the end of the season. Coach McLeod. "We couldn'tget only won by one point.
points.By game
Park then edged 45-44 by Bradford had to fight hardin the score was gapped by one offensive game that the Baby The Baby Red Casers won the ball in the baskets," Best each made six points.
Fernandina Beach last the last three quarters after Tornadoes displayed all year, -
4544. -
Tuesday night In Starke. dropping behind 14-9 by the point according to Head JV Coach I
This gives the Baby Cagersa end of the first period.At Wayne McLeod.
"I perfect 7-0) record to date. the beginning of the SCORE BY QUARTERS Arrell Moody led BHS with I
BUS 9 16 13 7-45

II. Willis in Berry scoring led during the Tornadoes the- second straight left to one in the point period points first((16-15)BHS to half.close)scored with the 5:28 gap six: 0-6 FB BUS, Marks-Berry 14 1-1-3 13 6-1-13, Moody 4 Baker 13 4-0-8- )44 3-, had with Berry 18 points eight 13 and points.points.followed Alfred Kenny This Ross by was Aycox Willis each the I.l1(] ill rn ffi (ELIulla!J( J ( (p!)ill ''t:? I

301DRIVEIN I Then FB scored two straight first game that Ross had
Aycox 0-3-3, Ross 6012.
baskets and Bradford played much in and according
I retaliated with six straight Totals 20.5.45.F13Terry 2-2-6,Russell 7-3- to McLeod he did a good job.
: points. First two points were
by Ross, then Darrell Moody .
I SHOW BEGINS AT score added a 2019.15 footer Then to make Kenny the And You're invited "Jane, 19"Pinebrook

Aycox was fouled by Pirate
i SUNDOWN Bently Perkins.
With3:26leftin: the first half
I i'' FRI. & SAT. Aycox tied the game on the
first shot then put BHS ahead
i THE MOST FANTASTIC 21-20 sloppy on the Bradford next.A defenselet Village

UNDERSEA ODYSSE the Pirates gain a 27-25
4 EVER FILMED lead before the half ended.In .
the third quarter the BHS
I defense came alive and held
the Pirates to only two points. 1468-17271
The offense was ticking,
I scoring 13 points, 10 of them RR.
straight in a row. This put
BHS in front 38-31 at the end of


G THAT This Bradford wrestler, in white, goes for a Hip In BHS's THE FABULOUS
-- wrestling match with Ocala Forrest last Thursday night. FREE REFRESHMENTS

BHS Wrestlers Improve,

"A taxpayer is a person
who doesn't have to pass a But Lose To Ocala ForrestKeeping HOME OF POMPANO
civil service exam to work
I for the government.JoRill a close meet until points during the meet.
Davis, The Three Forks the last match Bradford High Juniors Bred Marchant and
a) KIENTU V-IFOX PRf S6NTS i Montana) Herald."Don't wrestlers lost to Ocala Forrest Earl Biggs took their opponents Week
BATTLE FOR 32-36 giving BHS an 0-4 recordso early in the night, Coming Soon" Grand Opening
be afraid to ask far this season. Marchant wrestling in the 122
THE PLANET dumb questions. They're The week before that meet pound class and Biggs in the
easier to handle than dumb Ocala rolled 48-12 over the 114."These OnlyCAMBRIDGE
OFTHEAPES mistakes.Lee R. Call, hapless Tornadoes. two were the best
Star Valley (Wyo.) Call. "This indicates that we are matches because both of them
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MINI BEANS YOUIt PEAS AM: foods. They are one of today's looking for the same quality : GOSPEL MESSENGERS ;1

. food bargains, providing a factors a federal graderconsiders.
( wealth of energy and nutritionat These include: t
Is it all right to cook dry Presenting TheGOSPEL
a nominal cost per pound. Bright,uniform color-loss of "
, beans in a pressure cooker? In fact, they provide more color usually indicates long
What's the differnnce between protein for your money than storage, lack of freshness, anda VOCAL 1111
. black-eye beans and black-eye most other foods. product that will take longerto :
peas? What exactly is a Nearly all dry and cook.
. peas a a
I lentilWhat do QUARTETS
good quality lentils and about one-third of Uniformity of size a
" i dry split peas look like? all dry beans are inspected for package of peas or beans in u _. MUSICCOLORED
Answers to these and many mixed sizes will cook TRIOS
quality, either before or. after .0
/ other questions about these processing, by the U. S. unevenly since smaller beans -r '
/ protein-rich,economical foods Department of Agriculture's cook faster than larger ones. (/1..1 (JJarU.t DUETS I
I can be found in a U. s. ( USDA ) Agricultural. I Visible defects cracked CHALK
Department of Agriculture Marketing Service. Retail seed coats, foreign material, C hv.'CR '
(USDA) publication, "How To DRAWING tiie.' _'
packages of beans, peas or and pinholes (caused by insect 3 SOLOS
} Buy Dry,' Beans, Peas and lentils seldom carry the damage) are signs of lower with Black Light X77
This booklet
' federal but quality.
grade, when a REVIVAL
'I describes the various types of grade is shown, it generally is "How To Buy Dry Beans,
1': dry beans, peas and lentils one of the following: Peas and Lentils," G-177, 20-21 t ,t INSTRUMENTAL
January ,
and gives tips on buying U. S. No. 1 Choice Handpicked contains color photographsand y w :-i ; ;
I storing and preparing them. or U. S. ;No. 1 Han- descriptions to help you 7:30 P.M. GOSPEL JMAG1CREADINGS 1\ k I r
The booklet is available from picked -. for Great Northern, choose good quality dry. beans 1 CORNET j
, ; my office, by writing to P. O. pinto and pea beans. peas and lentils. 1
''i Box 267, Starke. or by calling U. S. Extra No. 1 -- for. largeor The publication also tells EvangelistLconKilArelh TRUMPET
, 9646554. small lima beans.If you how to use the various ,
""I Although centuries old in of beans and \
you don't find the USDA types gives some ,
tradition,dry beans, peas and gradeon. the package, you can short cuts for cooking these \\\ s \ TROMBONE
lentils are modern, up-to-date be your own "grader" by dry foods. For example, some America'sMoslUnusual '
dry beans, including GreatNorthe..n Revival PERSONAL BARITONE
kidney, large lima, t
black, cranberry, pea (navy) TESTIMONIES 1 "
KEYSTONEMELROSE and pinto beans and whole Provided ACCORDIAN
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t 1(1( Fish'N'StuffLive Halt GARDEN CENTER NEWSPAPER LOG Norm 64p (Stale) luvuwljuiw. i 1971 State Bank No. 7F

Crickels-Shinners-\\ \ complete line of Hilw. .Many families are turningto
Plumbing/ EleclrlcalSuppy chill off the house now, and
(; Tone Fertilizers will be doing it more often as
i .FISHING' ; &III'NT1NG Insecticides we get into springtime when Consolidated Report of Condition of The Community Stete| BanK of S Hke.: .. .... ... ....... '+
LICENSES-AMMUNITION: : : : Lumber& Huildmg:Materials the central heating system is
'i.. 1 ICE llwy. 21 I N. 200>'ds From light sometimes turned off. A small of.S.tarkt'.e ........in the State of...Florida' ....... .. and! Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of
: Keystone Huts. 17:14.137: : Keystone Heights 473-3663: fire will usually dispel early
r" morning and evening chills business on..... !DEC 3 .1...133... ... .17 .

'? CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION-AIR C1'0tUIre more large heating economically system.than Less a

d fuel is consumed and a large
volume of heat is quickly ASS E T S DOLLARS CTS.

; Subscribe. Today produced. And a fireplace can 1. Cash and due from banks (including $ X unposted debits) .. 1
) be used for emergency purposes 1 t
to the Lake Region 2. U.S. Treasury securities 2
About/ Monitorrlising ; in or case temporary of total loss powerfailure of. 3. Obligation of other U.s. Government agencies' anti corporations .. ... X 3
Monitor from storms. 4. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 394 424 47 4
i power But--in many areas, wood is 5. Other securities (including $ X_corporate stocks). .. X 5
l. / ; ; Cull: hard to come by. Next choice? 6. Trading account securities .. X 6

, for all the news Why not newspaper logs, and, 7. Federal funds sold ..1d securities purchased under agreements to resell ... ,. ..,....... ,. 700 000 00 7

1 John Miller roll your own. The key to 8.0therloans .. .. ''''.It. : ... ; _. .. .. ? 2 782 941 20.. ..8
making good newspaper logsis 9. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank prt'mIRe 4 net, 86 156 47. 9
,': call! 473-2210 compaction, according to 10. Real estate owned other than bank premises. .. X 10
( the Forest Service of the U. S.
f 964-63O5 1 X
11. Investments In subsidiaries not consolidated 11
/ Department of Agriculture.The .
12. Customer's liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding 12
..y AUTO SERVICE tighter the newspapersare ... .
; rolled and packed informing 13. Other assets. --z8.L m i! 13
:: :
the log, the greater 14. TOTAL ASSETS. ---5.L..6..JL. 14
KEYSTONE the intensity of heat generatedand
,/ Rubber Stump the less fly ash formed LIABILITIES
! AUTO SERVICE when the log burns. Materials 15. Demand deposits of individuals partnerships, and corporations 2 714 235 45 15
:{ needed: ((1)) a discarded. 16. Time and savings deposits or individuals, partnerships, and corporation! 2 523 .850 70 16
broomstick old curtain rod
( or
.. Front Find Alignment/ round piece of garden stake or. 17. Deposits of United States Government ." .. 29 685 48 11
Iu r, Speed VMieel Bala living llrntlfortlJOHNSON bamboo, with as small 18. Deposits or States and political subdivisions .. .. 554 191. 81 18
'" diameter as possible), ((2) 19. Deposits of foreign governments and official institutions ...... .. X 19
Air Conditioning Service I'plegrul)11" stack of old newspapers, and 20. Deposits of commercial banks ... X 20
((3)) water. for. soaking logs. 21. Certified and officers' checks, etc. .. 42 792 51 21
i. Brake ServiceLubricationOil !Newspapers: should be in- 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS. . $_5.i-364,7.55a95____ xu I xxx xxx xx 22a
AUTOTUNEUP terfolded and rolled tightly; ( ) Total demand deposits $-3,056 ,Olg..4 ___ xxx xxx xxx xx (a)
Change!( ideal compaction can be (b) Total time and savings deposits $.2.808..L41..4 ___ xxx I xxx xu xx (b)
obtained by soaking the logs in
Tune t'piwxljear / 23. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase \ I X 23
water after they are
General; Itepairing-
Because of the short fibers of 24.& Other liabilities for borrowed money X. 225. -&
Engines/ Mortgage indebtedness .. / X 25
( Tires :Minor :Machine Shop Work the newsprint, the water. will
Automatic TransmissionAir tend to break. up the fibers 26. Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding .. I 26
Conditioning then, knead or squeeze the roll 27. Other liabilities _...2..6.L.:1.127:

1 Itlk. run: 21 and I Itlk.N. Tires Batteries after soaking. 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES ...... --51..l5L..9.9.L..6.ti.. 28
.Off Kill :Mon.-Fri. 7:10: ,\\1-61'\1: : Complete directions for. 29. MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARiES .. .. = 29
KEYSTONE IKiTS.; 11:1..032'S.'t.: ) 7:30-1: PM: making newspaper logs are -I-X
\KKCJENEVA 473-4117 available from my office.

30. Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (setup pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) .. I I 47 300 17 30
REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP 60-PlusClub 31. Other reserves on loans .... I' X 31

32. Reserves on securities .. .... -X-_ 32
Richard Lovorn Members Get

Beauty Style Shop I 1
Real I Estate t Broker FreeA CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _
34. Capital notes and debentures ... X. 3-&
LAKE PROPERTIES "...or a lovelier. (specify interest rate and maturity of each issue outstanding) I:

RESIDENTIAL jou"Phone << new allowingarea 35. Equity capital, total .. .. ..'. .. _1_-X- 35
BUSINESS-ACREAGE 475-2211 I residents program age 60 or. olderto 36. Preferred atack-total par value .. ... I X 36
take college courses free is (No. shares outstanding-L ) I

INSURANCE lletwcen I1731692 now underway at Santa Fe 31. Common stock-total par value .... .. ... '. ........ .. ...... 100 000 00 37
Keystone Hgts. 473-3251 Keystone T Community College. (No shares authorized_ noo__) (No. shares outstanding-2QQO....,.._)
Heights Designated the"Sixty Plus" 38. Surplus ...... .. 200 000.. 00 38
C'elia Edna Ter\\illenar !96-SIIS 1734111Martha / : & :MelroseS.E.McKAY club, the program was approved 39. Undivided profits ..... ...... 133 539... 60 39

: Knepper Durbin 4733JU2473414S: by the College's Boardof 40. Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves .. ... .. .. --X-_ 40
Jim Fox L aile II's rl'!. service Trustees older as .a residents community of 41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ... .. .A3.L..5.3..9-.6.0.. 41

C.B. McAfee 473-4050 Boutique \'# Alachua to and Bradford. 42. TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . ... .-I- .2_ .. 3L.41. 42

counties and 51 persons
REALTOR ranging up to age 76 have MEMORANDA .

:Member of Society of Styles Accessories! already .registered under. the 1. Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date .... .:.. .................."...... 656 .050.., .4S 1
Ut"Sidt'ntlal/\ppraist'rI" For The Complete J program.Interested. 2. Average or total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ..........:...;..... ............... 759 .9Q8. 61.. 2
Womanllwy. persons should 3. Unearned discount on Instalment loans included in total capital accounts .. ......... ............. ....... .. . ..,. ...., .,. 3
SereirRThis Area For 21 Between first visit the College'sCommunity
Years Keystone Melrose. i I and Evening
:Mrs.Melba Iltfen 473-4710 475-2211 -r; Program Office at 723 W.
Mrs. Dolores Gilmore; 47.1-360t( 1'Irs. \ ; Avenue where
:% .Joanne Gasselt 475-1622 after University. verifying their age they r.M.argaret I ..M.1.11er.SS.I.t..V!\ -P....& Cashier 1 .. oj the above-named bank, dosormnlyl I M that this report a/condition
Mr. Leslie Robinson 475-10:15: will be issued identification
CONTRACTORS cards. is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge/ and belief.
RENTALS Dr.. Lester. Goldman, Dean .tL.n. (
Office Phone 473-1X16 Triangle "R"Fill for Community and EveningP..og..ams Correct-AtUtt: /221L-/(t. tC. ".......,.......
suggested that .
Enterprise, Inc. anyone planning to take "

DirtBeach GENERAL CONTRACTORS courses identification go ahead and card obtainhis even GhA.l.ey..E..Johns! ;: .................................................,........................ ...... -tk. ;'d' ( ...tt. '.VxVr !: '...................)

Sand Licensed-Insured Featuring though take he courses may not until be planningto later. 1erome..Johns ............................................................................ '"\rr-t;; :\....,:.:;;,.........................> Director*.

Clay Fill The Llndal Cedar Homes B..G..EPPS... .. .. ............................................................... ....... ..... -;_'. ... ...................,........
473-2110 -I733M2Tractor'Vork
P.O. Box 657 'the Old 1'VZEJZtr

Land Cleared Electric Co. state o/.FlQr.lda.................... .. .. ............. ... ... .. .... ., coun I.._.;=;:"
A.ell W. Bell Owner / r.'.it\. "' (MAKE MARK FOR" Sworn to and mbtcribed before mt (Ail ....... .. .. .14 th. .. .. day of.y.anu ry........................11.7..4.,
Hank BruitingP.O.Box i NOTARY'S SEAL) '
1 YI\ I and I hereby certify U&all am not an officer or director 011118 bank. ...."'"- '
41 CommercialResidential 1. (-:......I".:i f r'I'J Mil gym" &m w*& .STAE..........OF.....Fl....':..RIDA........AT.....lL.. .Toe ", 19. /; /.':"t.?..........J..;J./ J/L.,1::........ Notary PMblit.
Repairs ".A laal(i.t)Iwa). a > hi.f"sha' MY COMMISSION: EXPIRES\ MARCH 30, 1975 ) / /

Phone 473-4761 Electrical Fixtures seems to tliwwUr in the,
t Keystone Hgts. 473-3602 ruin."
Lake Geneva:

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10 TELEGKAINI January 17. 1974LiiIII

I;; ; : : : ;:.". ; Fisherman Says: -::-:::: ::::: :::::: -::::::':::::''::::

.i'j r"'D' .,,\.1,.1' :mIDI'! ,' :1' I".1'j'I .,I I'L' )'S\ IIIA I As ancient, overgrown ?::# County' Agtnts' By .

L... .,JI .. .... \ .., ,. ..' Woodman shrubbery was removed from ::$ BobbyTaylor
i ... .,". .". .. ,... .,.. "... .. .. ...." ... .......,,,.. the old courthouse grounds :::ti: Notebook'!
this week in preparation for :::}:

Spare landscaping the site, one local ::
fisherman got worried..so :{:
worried that he called a ::::
':'+ at the plant population per
Discredited System Those Palms member of the Bradford Uncertainty is the big word
County Historical Board of :::: acre to get maximum
Trustees. '::1: and problem facing our far- production for the amount of
t: '.' mers as they plan for spring
The University of Michigan's Institutefor contradiction and also contradictory of a "Please don't cut down ;:;. crops and livestock programsfor inputs he uses

Social Research reports that sixtysix sworn statement by former Agriculture those old palm trees," he :::: 1974. Difficulty in deter- He might also look for
Americans out of every hundred now Secretary Clifford Hardin in a civil court pleaded. :::: mining availability and priceof different sources of fertilizer
.... inputs such as feed, fer- nutrients such as manures or
feel they can trust the government only case that economic consideration was Now the layman might well :::: tilizer, and fuel makes the legumes. A good legume can

"some of the time".and seventy-two out the only thing on which the decision was wonder what the 100-foot :::::: decision of how much of whatto produce from 50 pounds to 250

of a hundred believe the government is based. palms that have guarded the :>::+: produce a real problem for pounds of nitrogen annually if
now run in behalf of a few big interests, t' courthouse tower for lo these :* our folks. Expected prices for managed properly. Split
Now it is to the courts to determineif _;, r } :: produced are also
rather than the people. up many years have to do with ::: products fertilizer applications might
there was a connection between the fishing. And thereby hangs a :;:2; lust about anyone's guess. save fertilizer and money

Nixon decision on price supports and the tale. :;::ti: even though fuel supplies are i
Even allowing for the possible marginof offer of campaign funds. :;:: The farmer has always had short and prices are high.
milk industry's
error in the conduct of most polls, ''i. "They serve as my weather to be a jack-of-all-trades if he
And alsoif the connection existed, was be has These are just a lew ot the
when I want to : >s to successful. He to .
these figures reflect a sad state of affairsin vane go :
what is shrugged off be a weatherman, soil problems and questions our
it illegal or merely ,. fishing, Merrill
the nation. And the saddest fact of all scientist chemist producers must put into their
Americans as "politics as McMillan explained. When i
is that the latest White House "white by some" calls me to go fishing mechanical engineer computer minds. The answers
anyone !
papers," supposedly explaining and/or usual. I look at those palm trees to veterinarian, accountant, they get and the decisions they
how much of what
denying that President Nixon ordered a see which way the wind is "" purchasing agent, economist, make about
raise in milk price supports paid to dairy We are inclined to agree with Senator blowing. If its coming from i marketing specialist general they can produce will affect I am us
all monewayorunother.1
Mondale who recently said that "public 1M fi the southwest, then I know manager, laborer, and
farmers in return for their financial confident that we can again
'xo just to a few.
gambler name
+ which side of the lake to put :::
> contribution to his 1972 re-election, raise financing of campaigns is the single most RYe the boat in and be in calm Most of our folks have done a rely on our larmers to bring us:

I more questions than are answered. urgent post-reform measure on the water. pretty good job up till now. through the crisis.FORESTRY.
( nation's agenda." President Nixon has

I The papers contain contradictory consistently opposed such reform and "Why, Red Alvarez and I i However faced ,with our producers management are

I statements that do nothing to restore well he mightin view of the fact that have depended on those palm k now decisions that are more difficult -
and his coffers benefitted by some trees for years to tell us which ::
j the White House credibility, conceivably campaign than ever. No one seemsto
the wind is he
J strengthen the majority belief, $50,000,000 in contributionsmostly way declared. blowing, determine trends of supply IN BRADFORD COUNTYBY

as reflected in the polls, that the from big corporations- 1972. and demand. There are more
before. It has
"Ifs" than ever
under the administration How would Joyce Kilmer
3 been written that 1974 could be
1. is being run for the benefitof The present system of presidential put it"Poems are made by I' one of the best years in historyfor JOHN

a few big interests, rather than the campaign financing is an abominationand fools like me, but only God can the farmer if he can solve O'MEARAOnce
make a weather vane out of a

people. a stench in the nostrils of America. *:::::::: ::::::ttSfcm::: :::::: ::::;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::::::;:;:::;::..:. palm tree!" .:ft: :.:?j;. the involved.interrelated- sufficient problems energy

g The White House statement said that The 535 members of Congress and machinery fertilizer -and while chemicalsand main-

:> Mr. Nixon knew when he made the returning to Washington after a holiday vw oaeasSff J 1j taining the balance between Floridians a year. on Arbor tribute Day tonature's

:'! decision that the milk interests had recess, face the most important producing enough for pay and
said j a milk bath'a r beauty forgiving
'They it
i pledged up to $2-million to his campaign. challenges of their careers- Watergate E. :: domestic and foreign needs bountifulness. The tree is the

..:: This directly contradicted a previous possible presidential impeachment would make me beautiful'i without over-taxing the pillar and arch of the forest

-= statement by the President that he hada galloping inflation and all the rest. American consumer. cathedral: the home of the

rule not to know about promises of These problems must be met, but their bird and beast their shelter
I've spoken about fertilizer and larder. The tree is (the
political funds. job will never be finished until they shortages before. Dr. James dam which holds back

move to reform our totally discredited NeSmith. our Extension Soils pounding rain and rushing

: While denying that Mr. Nixon ordered system of financing presidential cam- Ahifu Specialist, told us last week water and reserves it lor
I the raise in milk supports in return for paigns through large private con- a that there is a definite shortage man's use. It is the anchor of

such contributions the White House tributions.In this year. lie said that precious topsoil.
; u our 4 million ton shortage is
I i admitted that "normal political considerations" the result of exports. Iran- Each year the Division of

(i.e., the voting strength of this case, indeedmoney has sporation costs and problems Forestry distributes

dairy farmers) did play a part in the proven to be the root of all evil. v al/ and inadequate maintenanceand thousands purchased of Slash by Pine\industry -
decision. This, in itself, is a direct expansion of fertilizer lor school Arbor Laprograms. \'
NeSmith said that
plants. Dr.
At least live
when the domestic price for a
1 schools in Bradford County
ton of a certain analysis

I II Continue fertilizer was $69. the export and have obtained will hold pine Arbor seedlings\lay.

(I Unfit to price know where was went$100 in a a lot per situation of ton.our You fertilizer like. programs.Law ley. Starke These and Urooker include

Former Vice President Spiro Agnewis will be made by the Court of Appeals, this. Elementary Bradford :Middle Schools and High and

II unfit to practice law and should be Maryland's highest court, and the Schools.:
farmers do for
disbarred because of "deceitful and former Vice President has thirty days in What can our
the 1974. Our best
dishonest conduct." which to ask for hearing on the panel'sdecision. year For many years Florida had
\ a suggestion is to sharpen-up all two Arbor bays one observedby

production management the public schools, and the
I This is the considered judgment and -- V. '. practices in his operation. Fora other by the State Federationof

recommendation of a panel of Maryland The judges emphasized that their crop, this would mean to Garden Clubs. In l 4.the;;
best land
judges in response to an appeal from recommendation was based solely on select available only and the get a good soil Florida Legislature adopted
Agnew that he be suspended rather "no contest" to the the third Friday in January its
Mr. Agnew's plea :,tt sample and analysis. This Florida's official Arbor |Day>
than disbarred from the practice of law charge that he evaded income taxes in 1 : could give him alternatives to This year the special day set

on the promise of good conduct in the the year 1967. This was done in a con- ;k- _l'| Zoaaoo9 MIUC different rates and analysis of aside lor tree planting will ht'!
t 3! fertilizers that he might use to
future. troversial "deal" with the Justice I CONTeiBuTl f Jan. 18.Trees.
PLAN get optimum (mot necessarily
Department in which Mr. Agnew agreedto maximum) production Irom truly deserve!

But the panel minced no words in plead guilty to one of the lesser i l k j r t hOLITICA4k his crop. He should also look special day ol recognition

describing the past conduct of the charges against him rather than run the ll"l coniSipERAI toM Their leaves fruits.and stems

former Vice President as "deceitful and risk of receiving a jail term on many :to Seeks yield substances to fastman's his-
dishonest at the heart of the Fuqua miseries protect
striking more serious charges then pending.If The Ch"eiun Saenee Mon tor crops teed him and make his
I basic object of the legal profession." Gas Priority work lighter. Its wood is

They could see no extenuating cir- the panel thinks he should be human shelter Its pulps and
I in Mr. that lesser :::::::::;;:::::::::::: :::: ;: :m :'?< -: :'>> :<<:::: :::::'':::::::'::::::.:::::::::.:::::::::.;.:.;.:; ;;:::;:===';:::::;:::::::::::::::: :::::::::;:::::::;::::::::::::;:::;::;::;;;::;:::;:::::;:;:::::::::: chemicals make clothing and
I cumstances Agnew's case disbarred on the basis of this For Formers

would warrant suspension rather than charge, how much more should he be live thousand other products
disbarment. of Post Office In a speech at the Starke and comforts enjoyed| h\
i disbarred on the greater charges Family, Menagerie, Rotary Club last week U. S. people three hundred and
I accepting kickbacks from contractors as Congressman! Don Fuqua sixty-tiveda>'s;> a >ear :Most ol

'I) "In our opinion, the proper administration Governor of Maryland-charges that Make Life In Lake Geneva pledged his! forts to obtain a us take trees for granted justas 1.
of justice, the proper were dropped in the so-called deal. Busy number one priority for we do the air we breathe

I respect of the court for itself, and a farmers if gab: rationing is put and jet the oxygen necessary.
to survival is itself .1
regard for the integrity of the With few decisions like into effect this :spring our
proper a more gutsy product of the infinitely
It's life for
a busy Ingeborg Jt."i". ., VWW3
legal profession compel us to conclude that of the Maryland panel, perhapssome Hutcheson, newly appointed "' ." "The administration has complex and mysterious!

that the respondent is unfit to continue faith will be restored in the postmaster for the growing .. already declared that detent processes of trees. ,

I as a member of the bar of this state," thejudgt's American people that we do have one village of Lake Geneva. hI'L _... .... 1' r programs and emergl'ncvehicles \' Tree planting festivals arc
I {,ty"I would get a top
said. standard of in this rather old civilizatIOn'Itself.
justice country Besides her postal service priority in the event of gas probably as as
than as it sometimes appears, one for duties she is after-hours rationing' the congressman But Arbor Day is purely

Final decision on whether to suspend, the man in the street and one for the "house mother" to three said. "I believe that farmersshould American in origin.. It all

disbar, or merely reprimand Mr. Agnew man in office. horses, five dogs two ..- -., be included in that began on the windswept. and,
treeless of :Nebraska; in
parakeets, and a "grounded"Florida group also and will make plains
barred owl. As if thatweren't every effort to see that they 1H72. Florida citizens first
enought, there is also are." observed Arbor VaIn nw -
a dean's list student son Hod. nearly a century ugoIt .
I I Good RiddanceIt now a senior at the Universityof Fuqua stressed that any
Florida and a first t rationing plan should be lair you missed it this year
lieutenant in the Air Force I and equitable. "I'm concerned the Florida Division\ or

left unattended for thirty days, ROTC. who also requiressome about the family on a Forestry will have its annual
good to know that, after of
years seedling packet saleahout this
of her attention. fixed income as pensionsor
inaction by local governing agencies that inoperable or without a valid license is social security." he said. same time next year. Two-

should have taken action long ago, considered abandoned, and is subject to "By the time I get 'These are t the ones hit hundred-fourteen packetswere

someone at long last is making an effortto provisions of the ordinance.In everybody fed in the evening .- hardest by the gas shortage." landowners purchased by local

enforce the ordinance after eight hours at the post in Saturday's sale
against unsightly -
said at the Bradford
and health-hazardous vehicles the enforcement procedure, the office 1 I've just about had it." 1 Al The Congressman areas of Agriculture
Building US-301
there are many on north of
that have been allowed to rust and rot zoning director will mail a notice to who says the diminutive widowed two Ingeborg. energy which have not yet Starke.

on private property in violation of the owners of property where such vehiclesare ago by was the deal h of her retired years New Lake Geneva Postmaster Ingeborg Hutcheson Is pictured been fully explored. "One Is solar of When demand fell off hereafter
found and a reasonable time will be the most promising
law. Air Force officer husband. 'with Schatzie. forest rangers waited
allowed for their removal. If not Col.! Graham Hutcheson.The energy he said. "The until 2 p.m., 100 packets were
of Florida has one
\ the time allowed University sent to Interlachen where 400
Bradford County's removed within a them and their Rod solar
new zoning two sons. found about a year ago by of the best energy
I director. L. M. Gaines discussed the report will be filed with Glen Sapp the Hutcheson appointment to the third of class:Mrs. and Mark they soon acquireda Schatz on the Camp Blanding research centers in the nation were packets crying were for sold more.and Packets people

matter with the city zoning board last new investigator for the state attorney, Lake Geneva post office was family of pets in addition to reservation. Since the big bird went like hotcakes here for awhile
who has offices in the courthouse. Finesof a keen interest in the wildlifeof was unable to fly and there "Although bringing many
week, and agreed to work with the city effectiveJan. 5 under the new but the demand droppedoff
in cleaning up these eyesores. from $10 to $500 can be levied for such merit system of awarding the area.Squirrels. was ,no Schatz hope of was mending about itswing to inconveniences make this we can energy actually later in the morning.

violations, according to the ordinance. postmaslerships. She Is no birds armadillos administer the "coup de shortage work to our benefit
to the
newcomer office
Starke has wildcats -- share the when he thought of Fuqua declared "It has been
an adequate ordinance, even grace"
having as and
Now the attack should be aimedat
next My Neighbors
f providing penalties for the owners of postmaster-relief at Lake Hutchesons' hospitality. calling Mrs. Hutcheson. She estimated that in the past
that other familiar eyesoreun- eating food that is set out for immediately volunteered to America has wasted 50 per
such abandoned vehicles Gaines since June, l6) Her
I screened auto junkyards on our high- fills them regularly "on the other add the owl to her growing cent of the energy we consumed r
appointments the
declared. It provides that any vehicle ways. They're illegal also. vacancy left by the departureof side of the fence." Even family of pets. and there We need to get away I
i former postmaster Bill gophers (the land tortoise followed weeks of painstakingcare from this attitude of

I I Baker, who was promoted last variety: ) like the Hutcheson during which she hand wastefulness.

I year to customer service property, and dig their six to fed the big bird who gives a
_.ORIb4 BRADFORD eight-foot burrows in the sand- with his
co manager with the Gainesvillepost warning clack sharp
| office sectional center. clay hills surrounding their beak when he doesn't exactlylike Association and the En-

p home. what's going on. Today, vironmental Impact Commission
C,, AC11Vt comiliijraP4 Mrs.! Hutcheson's interest in the owl Is in robust health of the St. Johns River
N AuAUU jCj wildlife preservation stems Perhaps the most unique of except that its shattered wingis Valley Council. At present she
o yq from the time that she and her Mrs. Hutcheson's adopted still useless :and it will is concerned about measuresto I
o husband tired of the fast paceof family is Schatzie. a large never be able to fly again. protect the Florida black
ONy G. FERGUSON: JOHN: M. MILLER life in Washington. D. C, Florida barred owl which was bear, which she believes will 1
and !Miami, land named in When it comes to wildlife .
Publishers sought a given to her soon be an endangered species c"h' -,
Published each Thursday 'and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke. retirement home and found honor of( Jim Schatz, game preservation, Mrs. Hutchesonis unless hunting regulations are
Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. what they wanted in I960 on management officer of the an activist and tries to modified. So far she has had
several acres atop a thickly Camp Blanding Wildlife direct her interest in little response in the halls of rather riiniortliiC| ;
Subscription rate in trade area: $6 per year: $3.50 six months. wooded hill on State Road 214, Management Area. productive ways' through Tallahassee, but Mrs. Hut they... invested. million in
Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: $7 per year: ....00 six months. Srarke, Fla. about half a mile from the membership in the Florida cheson hasn't yet given up buildings. equipment. ?.a..1r"4'ulty ,
I Lake Geneva post office. To With one wing shattered bya and National Audabon hope. lo MT we ilon'l fullPage .-
share their secluded spot with hunter's shot, the owl was Societies, the Florida Wildlife

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Bellford SingersWill Rev. Kilbreth, Mr. Sunday School Is Speaker For First Baptist RevivaOne I

4 of the most unique Barriers to Sunday School Keys That Will Keep Your Church Members In Sunda
Kaiford ServicesThe revivials in American today is Growth Today, How To Sunday School Growing, How School And Get Them Active
scheduled to start at the First Double Your Attendance And To Build A Soul Winning What's Ahead For The Sunda
Bellford Baptist Church, Starke Jan. Eliminate Absenteeism Church, A Visitation ProgramThat School Of America, and Ho'
Gospel Singersand 20 and continue through Jan. Teaching That Attracts Works, What Are The To Have An Effective Weekl!
.. -- =:- Branford Revival Team from 24 at 7:30: nightly. People To Sunday School In Symplons Of A Sick Sunday Officers And Teacher
will be conducting Rev. Leon Kilbreth of The Twentieth Century, Seven School, How To Enroll All Meeting.
J.1; t r":1CQ"peQ: services Church at in the Raiford First Baptist this I. 1A Greensboro, N. C. will be the
U Evangelist. Rev. Kilbreth is ,aQ======aaaa=a=aaaaaaa 00000000000000000000000 OOOOOOOOOC =aa==aaaOlin's
Saturday Jan. 19, at 7:30: known as Mr. Sunday School,
p.m., and morning services at U S. A. He is America's only
11 a.m., Sunday Jan. 20. full time Sunday School Mobile Homes
The team is composed of
Evangelist. Kilbreth is con-
Starke Terry Cranford, Doule and
sidered to be one of the most
Susan Bell, Patrick Bell and 0 ys< Hwy 100 W. 964-5605 Starke Florida
Opportunities for Service Donnie and Denise Crawford.The _____ \ iStamperBros. successful Builders in Sunday our generation.His School. ,
Sunday -- Sunday School public is invited to leadership has been
9:45: ; Morning Worship at Ii "come and receive a real proven for over 30 years in 44 . . . * * . . .
o'clock, sermon by Evangelist spiritual blessing as these fine r churches of all sizes.
Leon Kilbreth; Youth Hand- young people preach, sing, The public, all pastors, : R New :
bell Group, 5 o'clock; Church and give their" personal church: leaders and visitorsare *
Training, 6:15: Evening testimonies, according to at Pine Level invited to hear him. '
Worship at 7:30: p.m. Rev. Aaron Singletary Rev. Kilbreth will be ..
Monday -- Revival Service, pastor. "Impossible Sunday" at Pine Level l Baptist Church this bringing messages on: What Camper Top
7:30.Tuesday: Sunday will host the Stamper Brothers Quartet from Are The Road Blocks And
-- Crusader and Orlando. The public Is cordially invited to be guests of the *
Carol Choirs, 3:30: pm. ; Sarah church at 10 a.m. at location four miles west of Starke on -. With if
Oclom New Mobile
: Home
Revival Service, 7:30: p.m. Highway 100. Any :
and whatever
Wednesday -- Revival Wherever we are, :

Service, 7:30: p.m. Sarah Emma Odom 'Saints Alive' Free we are called upon to do, : Sold Mark Olin : l
Thursday Music Makers 79, we are in the protecting care By
Choir; World Friends, 3:15: died Jan. 14 in Lake City. of God. This quickens the *
p.m.; PreSchoolIusic! Ac- Survivors are four sons: J. Musical January 30 spirit of good judgment in us, * * * * * * * .
D. Odom Jr. Starke H. D.
tivities, 4:05: p.m.; Revival ;
Odom, Lake City G. E. keeps us alert, and helps us
Service, 7:30:Ben p.m.Bryant, Pastor Odom, Montgomery; Ala. ; The public is invited for an the Bradford High School to cooperate with the laws of NEW & USED OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK I
evening of free entertainmentwhen auditorium on Wednesday,
and C. C. Odom of Lakeland. God and man. The assurance
Three daughters, Mrs. F. W. the musical talent of Jan. 30, at 7 p.m. that wherever we are God is, Furniture
four Latter Day Saints These young men have been
Carter Lake Mrs.
PINE : ; frees
1.101:1.U.I : us from the fruitless
Dorothy Loom Tampa and missionaries will be heard in entertaining in the Alabama-
>TIST till'IU II ; fears that sometimes occupies!
Florida Mission and recentlyhad
!Mrs Sam P. Vann, Lake City;
the privilege of presentingtheir our thoughts. As we know WASHER
Four miles west of Starke 2 brothers N. B. Carrin & DRYER SALE
Church on Boston, Ga., and David Students Cited show to Gov. George this truth for ourselves and
SR-100. phone 964-
Wallace of Alabama. They
Carrin Jacksonville; 25 others,.we contribute to bringing -
6490 Parsonage. 964-6407.
will also in theWoman's
Sunday Bible School, 10 grandchildren. Funeral appear about a heavenly state for KenmoreDryer
For Academics Club at Keystone 20 Ib
services were held Jan. 16 in all
a.m. Sunday Morning Wor- men.
the Nazarene Church Lake Heights at 2 p.m. on Jan. 30.
ship Training, 10:50: ; 6 Sunday Evening Sunday City. Sherrill-Guerry Funeral At St. JohnsSeveral Readers may also watch the S1OD 2 Speed 3 Cycle $1E5Washer
p.m. Home was in charge, with newspaper next week for the
nice U losing
"Have day"
Evening Worship 7 a
burial in a Lake City time they will appear on
Wednesday Evening area students have Channel 20 on Jan. 25. If* impart. low about "Havea
Worship, 7:30.: Choir cemetery. been cited for academic excellence happy life style"
Rehearsal, 8:30.: at St. Johns River )00000000000000000000000000000C O00000000G00000000000O0C30C300000
Thursday Visitation 7 p.m. Martha Franklin Junior College during Term I I.
Sunday Evening Teen On the President's List,
Singers practice 5 p.m. which requires a grade point
Teen School Prayer Martha Franklin, 78, of average of 3.5 or better were: Farm. 84p (Slut. Reviwd June 1K7I State Bank No.PUBLISHER'S 7" 0
!Meeting 8 a m. Tuesday, Sterns Road Starke died Jan. Starke: Terry Brown,
across from High School on30L 10. Nancy Cannon, and Margaret
Survivors are a daughter, COPY
Bring Bible. Jackson.
!Mrs. Cora Lee Dice of
Keystone Heights :
!and Madison 17 great eight grandchildren grandchildren. Catharine Neylans Kyle Consolidated Report of Condition of ".!lriBank.<< ..at ..Starke.!: ?
Owens and Kenneth
A. A. MerscreuuAlfred Funeral services were held
Jan. 12 at 2 p.m. in the Broody Reighard.On of..J .. .. .. .......in the State of.. ..FJ.or.ida: ? ..... .... .... and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of
the Dean's Lists,
Harris Chapel Live Oak with

Middleburg Mersereau died! Sunday. Jan.of burial in a Live Oak requiring 3.0 to 3.49 grade, were point: averageof business on... ..DEC 3. 1.. .1973...... .. ...., 19... .. .. .

6, in a Jacksonville hospital Cemetery. Starke: Arthur Loudon
after a lengthy illness. Joseph Scanlan Patricia .
lie was born in New Teske, Wendy Teske, and ASS E T S _. DOLLARS Crs.

Brunswick moved to Bradford Canada, and in CARD OF THANKS: ; Mary!Melrose Water.: Catherine Price, 1. Cash and due From banks (Including $_none unpo8ted debits)................................ ......... ........ .. I57 I I0 W 1
1933 later making his County home in and Terry Whisenant. 2, U.S. Treasury securities . .. .............................,.................. ... ... 1 747 297. 26 2
Jacksonville Middleburg.! We wish to express our 3. Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations.. .. ..... ................................................ .......... 1.788 350 22 3
I He was a retired mechanic for friends sincere and appreciation relatives to for all all our of -. 4. Obligations of States and osubdivisions ...... ..... .. ... ...... .. .. .. .... ....... . 2 571 761 43 4
Foremost Dairies and a their kind expressions of "A dime 5. Other securities (including $_none corporate stocks).. ........................ ... .. .......... .. ..423 461 5
member of the First Baptist sympathy shown to us duringthe is not entirely 6. Trading account securities .. .. .. ... ............. ............... ..... .. ... ... .. .............. none 6
Church of Middleburg. recent loss of our Mother. worthless. It makes a fairly 7, Federal Funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ..... .... .............. ... .. .. .. .... .......... none 7
Survivors include his -Mrs. Marycille Bennett !good screwdriver..1VillaM. 8. Other loans. . .. .... .. .. ......... ...................... ....... .. . ,....... 6 271 904 6 U 8
mother Mrs. Helen Mable and Family and Ralph Darleyand JenkinsThe (Hermitage, 9. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ..................... ....... 9
Mersereau of Starke; two Family. !Mo.) Index. 10. Real estate owned other than bank premises .. ... .. .. .. ...... ...... ................................. ......... . none. 10
brothers. Mersereau T. I. Mersereau, both andA. of 11 Investments In subsidiaries not consolidated .. .. ... .... ................. ........................ ......... none 11
Starke L. seven sisters Mrs. 12. Customer's liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding ... .. ......... ............................................. ...... .. lone 12
Anna Ferguson; Bath Maine: 13. Other assets .. ........... ........ ............................................ .. 880 84" 13
!Mrs. J. C. Brantley New 14. TOTAL ASSETS ... ...... ... ... ..... .. ... .......... .... .......................... _--rr_3 _7'ZZ g 14
Orleans, La.; Mrs. C E.

Texas; Mrs. H. C. Glasgowand 't_ 15. Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .... .. ......." .. .. .. ........... .... .... . ......... .4 372 996 83 15
Mrs. Ellen Burrows Silcox bothof 16. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations........... .. .. ................... .... .... ... 965 757 77 16
Jacksonville Starke; Mrs Beach H. P.and Mrs. CONTINUOUS 17. Deposits of United States Government. ... ..... .. ..... ................... ............ ....... ... .......... .... .. .... .3 814 26 17
Ragsdale, Tampa. 18. Deposits of States and political subdivisions ... . ...... .. ...... .. .... ........................... .. ... ... ........ .. .937 718. 01 18
Ray Funeral services were heldat ALUMINUM GUTTERING"ON 19. Deposits of foreign governments and official Institutions ...... .......... ...".... .... .. ... .... .... ....... ... ... ... ... .. none 19
11 a.m. on Jan. 8 in Gid- 20. Deposits of commercial banks .. .. ......... .... .......... .... ..... .. .. .. ........... .. ........ ... none 20
dens-Griffith Edgewood 21. Certified and officers' checks, etc. . ...... .. ... .... ... ... ..... .... ... 79 788 89 21
Chapel. Jacksonville, with 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS. .. .. .... ............... $-.-.1l.tl.l..OliJ-6.- xu xxx xx 22a
Rev. Connie Johnson of ti ( ) Total demand deposits .. .. .... .. ... ... $-- ..58.34-x221.32__ xxx xxx xxx Xlt (a)
ficiating. Interment was in ov (b) Total time and savings deposits . .. ... .. .... .... S Se 5Z3-a$54.44 __ xxx xu xxx xx (b)
Riverside Memorial Park. 23. Federal Funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to purchase .. .. ... ... .. .. none 23

24. Other liabilities For borrowed money. .. ..... .. .. ...... .. ... .. .. . .none 24
25. Mortgage indebtedness . .. .. .. .. ....... .. .. .... none 25
Myrtle FletcherMrs. G 26. Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding .... . .. 441e 26
27. Other liabilities .. .. ... .. 124" & 27
Myrtle Fletcher, 54 of 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES .. .. .. .. -1.l.-6.! L 200 ZB28
Brooker died Saturday Jan. 29. MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES .... .. .. none __ 29.


She is survived by a SIMPLICITY AND OUT 30. Reserve For bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) ...... ......... .. .48 .232 71.. 30
daughter, !Mrs. Jewell Brock NO JOINTS AND LEAKS 31. Other reserves on loans .. .. ......... ............ .one 31
Dade City; a son Robert of uutttr fltpair & CUaning Also Available 32. Reserves on securities .. .. ........ ....... none __ 32
Brooker four brothers T. D.
Dees, ;Bell; Leon Dees, FREE ESTIMATES 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES ... .. ... .. ... .. ...... --t.L.ll.Z.-1l.! 33
Trenton; Fleming Dees
Newberry; and Ivy Dees, Fort CALL 378-1456 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS

Pierce; and one sister, Mrs. 34. Capital notes and debentures .. ..... .. ............... ............ ..I none 34
Clifford Bailey, Newberry RAIN-FLOW OF GAINESVILLE (specify interest rate and maturity of each Issue outstanding)

35. Equity capital, total . ... .. .... .. .. ..... ........ ....... ---1.--21L 289 ..il.. 35
Funeral services were held 3003 9th DRIVE 36. Preferred stock-total par value . . .. ...... .. .. ... ................... ..... .... 36
at 4 p.m. Tuesday in Plesant (No. shares outstanding- none )

Hill Cemetery with Knauff MEMBER OF LOCAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & 37. Common stock-total par value .. ... ... .. .... ...... .............................................. .......... .. 000 00. 31No.
Funeral Home in charge.. HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION ( shares authorized__12.000) -) (No. shares outstanding l' .OO)

38. Surplus .. ...... .. .. ... ......... .. .................................... ........... .. 000 00 38
39. Undivided profits .. ...... .. ..... ..........................,,........,. ..........,. 368. .4 7. 39
--. 40. Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves .. . .. ........................................................ .... .2lL.i.6... 4D
41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . .. ..... .......................................... ..,. ..Tone -- ..il.. 41
eharlolle 42. TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND MEMORANDA CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .. .......... ... . ............... ....... ., -Ll.2l... 42

1. Average 01 total deposits For the 15 calendar days ending with call date .. ...................................................... .. f 200 00. 1
Carpels 2. Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date .. ........................................... ........... .. .600. 00.. 2
AyL 3. Unearned discount on instalment loans included in total capital accounts .................,............................... ........ ....... .. .. .. ... :J

I. Ruth S. Johns Cashier .. ... ., of the above-named bank, do solemnly (AFFIRMhat awEAR } / thit report of condition
ia true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Correct-Atteet: ....................Rutt1...$ .....John..................................


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en CHARLOTTE'S Qi Stan of... .... ........Florida!" .. ...... ............................... ..... County of........ .Bradford.......................:.....,1111:

i N NE 31ST AVE Iito ;OT' ESTIMATESANYTIME FREE (MAKE MARK FOR Skwrn and subscribed before me (Ail..........15th...... ...... ........ .... dan of..... ..?$**$.* '."........... Jfl..7lf
36 MONTHS and f Aereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank.

FINANCING z 3P My cmuriollIZpi.I.* .July..G ,...1976.... 19..... yireinl.a..F..D ..... .. ....... Notary PttUie.January .

3003 NE 19th Dr.- 23RD AVE./ 373-9846



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OF INTENTIONTO and must be: sworn to by the in Bradford County, Florida. certificates shall be redeemed 1974, will consider the adoption Board of County Commissionersat The Board reserves the rightto Minimum 116 at 1800 RPM
REGISTER claimant, his agent, or his attorney EACH AND EVERY PERSON according to law the property of an ordinance relating to: their regular monthly meeting reject any .or all bids Power Shift Transmissior
FICTITIOUS NAME having any interest whatever in described In such certificate or held at the Bradford County 2 Speed Forward anc
Each creditor shall duliver the enactment of this proposed certificates will be sold to the AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO Court House on January 7, Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Reverse

Pursuant to Section 865.09 sufficient copies of his claim to ordinance should appear at the highest bidder at the court THE DEFINITION OF MOBILE 1974. to Board of County Com Foot Steering
Florida Statutes, notice is enable the Clerk to mini one to time and place herein house door on the first Monday HOMES, MODULAR HOMES, That this notice is hereby missioners Double Reduction' Final Drive
hereby given that the un each personal representative. prescribed. in Month of February, 1974 AND TRAVEL TRAILERS; given to conform with the notice Bradford County, 1 3/4/ Cu. Yds. Genera
dersigned The Bradford County Dated December 20, 1973. which is the 19th day of AMENDING THE DEFINITIONOF requirements of Chapter 72-306, Starke, Florida Purpose Bucket
Telegraph Inc., 135 W Call St., MARSHA D. SAWYERSAs BOARD OF COUNTY February, 1974. MOBILE HOMES IN AR- Laws of Florida, 1972, thul 1/172t 1/24/ Equipped for Trencher -
Starke, Fla. doing business Administratrix of the COMMISSIONERSBRADFORD Dated this 11th day of TICLE III OF THE BRADFORD fifteen ((15)) days public notice be /Backhoe Attachments
under the firm name of "The Estate Garry Ray Sawyers, COUNTY, January, 1974. COUNTY ZONING RESOL-- given between the first and last Equipped with ROPE
Office Shop, 135 West Call St., Deceased. FLORIDABY UTION; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE reading of such ordinance by INVITATIONTO Canopy Seat Belts and Backup:
Starke, Bradford Co., Fla : Beulah M. Moody Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk DATE, publishing such notice in a BID Alarm Safety
32091 Intends to register said Walter C, Shea Gilbert' S. Brown Clerk By Beulah M. Moody newspaper of general circulationin Equipment to be OSHA
fictitious name under the Attorney for Estate (Official Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court of YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN Bradford County, Florida. The Board of County Com ApprovedParts
provisions of aforesaid statute 409 Law Exchange Bldg. ltchg 117NOTICE Bradford County Rorida. 1/17 NOTICE that said ordinance was EACH AND EVERY PERSON missioners of Bradford County and Operator's Manualfor
The Bradford County Jacksonville, Fla. 32202 4t2/7/ first duly considered by the having any interest whatever in Florida will receive sealed bids to Loader
Telegraph Inc., sale owner Board of County Commissionersat the enactment of this proposed be opened at 9:30: A.M. on the
1 10 4tchg 1/31 2/274t 117NOTICE/ OF EXAMINA'TIONNotice their regular monthly meeting ordinance should appear at the morning of Thursday, January 1 Each Hydraulic Tren-

.-,. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR held at the Bradford County time and place herein 31st, 1974 in the County cher/Backhoe
Is hereby given TAX DEED Court House on January 7, prescribed.BOARD: Commissioners room in the 16 Ft. Diggin Depth
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO OF INtENTIONTO pursuant to Chapter 16C-7, Sec 194.16, F. S. 1974. OF COUNTY courthouse for the following: 24 Inch Backhoe Bucket, 5.8
REGISTER REGISTER Florida Administrative Code, That this notice is hereby COMMISSIONERSBRADFORD Struck Cu Ft Capacity
FICTITIOUS NAME FICTITIOUS NAME Rules and Regulations NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, given to conform with the notice COUNTY, 1 Truck 1974 Parts and Operator's Manualfor
Governing Water Well Contractors that Mr. L. E. Gilpin the holderof requirements of Chapter 72-306, FLORIDABy Engine not less than 302 cubic TrencherBackhoeAll
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Pursuant to Section 865.09 in Florida, of an the following certificates has Laws of Florida, 1972 that : Beulah M. Moody inches
Florida Statutes notice is Florida Statutes notice is Examination for a Water Well filed said certificates for a tax fifteen ((15)) days public notice be Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Tires 7:50: x 15 6 ply mud grips equipment offered shall be
hereby that the undersigned hereby given that the un- Contractor's License The deed to be issued thereon The given between the first and last (Official Seal) on rear new and of the manufacturer'slatest
given The Bradford County dersigned George William examination will be given at the certificate numbers and years of reading of such ordinance by Itchg 1/17/ 1/2 ton long wheel base model. All equipmentlisted
Lewis, Route 2, Box 93.A-2, dates and the of the standard shall be
telegraph Inc 135 W Call St., following times, issuance, description publishing such notice in a Automatic Transmission as
Starke, Fla. ?doing business Starka Florida doing business locations to all qualified applicants property, and the names in newspaper of general circulationin Heavy duty cooling system furnished unless is replaced by
,mder the firm name of under the firm name of Lewis whose applications are which it was assessed are as Bradford County, Florida. PUBLIC Terms: Cash on Delivery such optional equipment as
Bradford Printers", 135 West Montgomery Wards, 353 N. received in the offices of the follows: EACH AND EVERY PERSON ANNOUNCEMENTThe maybe called for.
Temple Ava, Starke, Bradford of Natural Certificate No. 51 Year of
gall*: St Starke, Bradford Department having any interest whatever in Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk
.;ounty, Florida 32091. Intends County Florida 32091. Intendsto Resources, Division of Interior Issuance, 1969Description the enactment of this proposed Bradford County School 1/172t 1/24
said fictitious name register said fictitious name Resources Tallahassee not less of property: Beginin ordinance should appear at the Board requests the services of Have Trade-In Model HD7G
o register
,,nder the provisions of aforesaid under the provisions of aforesaid than two days prior to the SW Corner of Lot 38 N 115' time and place herein an architectural firm. -' Serial #23311, Allis Chalmers
statute George W. and Unda examination elites for POB, E 100', N 100', W 100', prescribed. SCOPE OF SERVICES: To Crawler Loader Model 'D' Serial
tatute.The Bradford County Lewis, sole owners. Dated this S 100' to POB Section 31, design and develop architectural INVITATIONTO : #1257, Allis Chalmers Grader

Iplegraph, Inc., sole owner 10th day of January, A. D. 1974at 1:00: P.M., Tuesday, January 22, Township 5 South, Range 22 BOARD OF COUNTY plans for school construction to BID This equipment may be inspected
1 10 4tchg 1/31 Starke Florida. 1 1/10 4tp y,11 1974 Board Room of the South East.Name COMMISSIONERSBRADFORD total approximately one million The Board of County Commissioners at the Bradford County
west Florida Water Management in which assessed: Mid COUNTY, dollars. of Bradford County Maintenance Shop in Starke,
District, Brooksville, Florida. State Homes Corp.All FLORIDABY Interested applicants should Florida.
Florida will receive sealed bids to
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ORDINANCE NO of said property being in : Beulah M. Moody contact W. L. Kilpatrick, Deputy be opened at 10:00: A.M. on the Terms: Cash on DeliveryThe
REGISTER BRADFORD COUNTY 9:00A.M.: Wednesday, January the County of Bradford, State of Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Superintendent, Bradford of Thursday, January Board reserves the rightto
23 1974 Central and Southern Florida. School Board 582 North morning all bids
riCTITIOUSNAME (Official Seal) 31st, 1974 in the County reject any or
Florida Flood Control District Unless such certificate or ltchg 1/17 Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida, Commissioners room in the
Pursuant to Section 865,09 NOTICE OF INTENT TO 901 Evernia Street, West Palm certificates shall be redeemed 32091; phone 964-6800, on or Courthouse for the following: Gilbert S Brown,
Honda Statutes, notice is CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF Beach, Rorida according to law the property NO. before January 24, 1974. ltp Clerk to Board of
> reby given that the undersigned AN ORDINANCE ADOPTINGTHE described in such certificate or ORDINANCE 1/17 County Commissioners
BRADFORD COUNTY 1 Each Crawler Loader
Ronnie Norman, Rt. 1 SOUTHERN STANDARD 9:30: A.M., Thursday, January certificates will be sold to the 1/172t 1/24
Box 105 B, Lawtey, Florida, PLUMBING CODE BY THE 24, 1974, Council of Govern- highest bidder at the court FLORIDA INVITATIONTO Net Flywheel Horsepower,
roing business under the firm BOARD OF COUNTY COM-- ments Office, Courthouse house door Monday in Month of BID
ame of "Ronnie's MISSIONERS OF BRADFORD Annex 3rd Floor, Daytona February, 1974 which is the NOTICE OF INTENT TO

Hitomotive," Lawtey, Bradford COUNTY, FLORIDA. Beach, Florida. 19th day of February, 1974. AN CONSIDER ORDINANCE THE ADOPTION ADOPTINGTHE OF The Board of County Com Brooker News
Dated this 10th of
Florida 32058 Intends day I
ounty missioners of Bradford County
> register said fictitious name TO: ALL CITIZENS, TAX- 10:00: A.M., Friday. January 25 January, 1974. CODE NATIONAL BY THE BOARD OF Florida will receive sealed bids to b> Je.innrltpl'rvscuUELKCTION ,
AND OTHER INTERESTED Room 203 Pennington
ider the provisions of aforesaid PAYERS 1974, be opened at 9:30: A.M. on the
PERSONS. 115 Bloxham Street, Gilbert S. Brown Clerk COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF
Building, ,
'itute BRADFORD COUNTY, morning of Thursday, January : SET leader will begin at the churcl
1 Mr nme" Norman, sole owner Tallahassee, Florida. Itchg 1/17 By Beulah M. Moody 31st 1974 in the County .'OIU"EBHUH12 \\ednesdaynight.Jan. 16 anc.
1 ," 'd) this 8th day of January, YOU AND EACH OF YOU are Clerk of Circuit Court of Commissioners room in the continue on Thursday anc

I D 1974! at Starke, Fla. hereby that and the herewith Board of County given NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 4t Bradford 2/7. County, Florida. 1/17 TO: ALL CITIZENS, TAX- Courthouse for the following: Mayor Roy Carroll has (Friday nights, Jan. 17 and 18
10( Up 1 31 notice of Bradford REGISTER PAYERS AND OTHER IN- This will be considered as a proclaimed a General The public is invited to join the
Commissioners their FICTITIOUS NAME TERESTED PERSONS. package bid and will be: for the Election for the town of congregation in this informative .
NOTICE County Florida at regular ORDINANCE NO. year beginning February 1, 1974 Brooker to be held at the series
9:30 A. M.
meeting the to County be held Commission at : Pursuant to Section 865 09 BRADFORD COUNTY, YOU AND EACH OF YOU are and running through January community center on Prayer List : !Mrs

'in- stockholders of the in Meeting Room Bradford Florida Statutes notice is FLORIDA hereby and herewith given 31st, 1975. Tuesday Feb. 12 from 7 a.m. Crawford llrs.Iami! '

(mimiiuiy\ State Bank of County Court House, Starka. hereby given that the undersigned notice that the Board of County 1. Regular Gasoline not less to 7 p.m. Hodges.
st.irke. Starke, Florida will holds Florida Monday, February 4. University Auto NOTICE OF INTENT TO Commissioners of Bradford than 94 Octane Elected at this time will be a Sympathy is extended to the
CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF 2. Diesel Fuel #2. and town clerk for family of !Mrs !Myrtle Kiel
imuial, meeting at the 1974, will consider the adoptionof Brokers, Inc. 120 East County, Florida, at regular mayor a
dl1k.nt1, house of the Com ordinance relating to: University Ave., Gainesville AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING A meeting to be held at 9:30: A.M.in 3. Motor Oil, Case Lots in 24 one year terms, and two cher who passed away
"i mtv,' State Bank of Starke, an Florida, 32601, doing business GAS CODE BY THE BOARD OF the County Commission quart cans and 55 gallon drums. councilmen for (two year Saturday. Jan. 12. at her home

St i ""I" Honda, Jan 25 1974. at AN ORDINANCE ADOPTINGTHE under the firm name of Asher COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF Meeting Room, Bradford Motor oil will meet API Service terms. alter an extended illness
lock P Mi SOUTHERN STANDARD Sullivan Athletic House, 150 BRADFORD COUNTY, County Court House, Starke, Classifications DS available in Doris Kelley Ala Mae
55 5 >" I 1/24/ PLUMBING CODE; PROVIDINGAN West Call Street Starke, FLORIDA.TO Florida, on Monday, February 4, SAE Grades 10 W thru 40 W. Raulerson and Mrs Sam
Smokey Says
EFFECTIVE DATE. Bradford County, Florida, 1974, will consider the adoptionof This oil is to meet requirementsof Smith were appointed to serveas
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32091 intends to register said : ALL CITIZENS, TAX- an ordinance relating to: engines operating under inspectors.Any v
'M THE IHLXIII I '( t O .'HIMOHIDA PAYERS AND OTHER IN- AN ORDINANCE ADOPTINGTHE service classifications D. S. This person desiring to offer TWO LlGGED CtlliATUAiSCALI.IP.
fictitious name under the
YOU .. ..PeOPLE !...
FIGHTH .Ii 1 )IDIO"LIFUUIT NOTICE that said ordinance was provisions of aforesaid statute TERESTED PERSONS. NATIONAL ELECTRIC oil is to meet requirements for himself or herself as a con-
IN AND i ORHAUIOHD first duly considered by the Asher Sullivan, president.Mrs. CODE PROVIDING AN Military Specifications MIL.I didate <( COUNTY. Board of County Commissionersat Clyde Smith vice. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are EFFECTIVE DATE, L45199 for high output diesel for any of these offices shall
CASE NO. 7J 246 their regular monthly meeting president. hereby and herewith given enginecrankcaseoil. It shall also make a written request and CAUSE

held at the Bradford County Lucille Sullivan secretary notice that the Board of County YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN meet the manufacturer's pay the qualifying fee. if any. OF'y
'I i il KR,AGE FORECLOSURE treasurer Commissioners of Bradford NOTICE that said ordinance first recommendations for series 3 to the town clerk on or before M45TOREST
Court House 7
January ,
fit 1974. Dated this, 15th day of County Florida, at their regular duly considered by the Board of lubrications. 12 noon on Saturday Jan. 26.
.unv GRIFFIS and THELMA That this notice is hereby January A. D. 1974 at Starke, meeting to be held at 9:30: A.M.in County Commissioners at their 4. Motor Oil in case, lots, 24 FIRES!
il 1 (.iHifFIS.; Plaintiffs vs. to conform with the notice Florida. 1/17 4tp 2/7 the CountCommission regular monthly meeting held at quart cans and 55 gallon drumsto BKOOKF.K B.\PTISTCHURCHSCHEDULE
I. ''HErilNE M. RITTER, given of Chapter 72.306, Meeting Room, Bradford the Bradford County Court meet API Service Class MM
in. ).lilt requirements Laws of Florida, 1972, that County Court House, Starke, House on January 7, 1974. MS and DG available SAE '
fifteen 115)) days public notice be NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Florida, on Monday, February 4, That this notice is hereby Grade 10 W thru 40 W and meet Sunday School. 9:45: am. :
4 NOTICE OF MORTGAGEKJRECLOSURESALE between the first and last TAX DEED 1974, will consider the adoption given to conform with the notice Mlitary Specifications MILL.I !Morning Worship at II :4,19.k

i given reading of such ordinance by Sec. 194.16, F. S. of an ordinance relating to: requirements of Chapter 72-306, 2104 A. Training Union, 6:30: p.m. : Ixk
I such notice in a Laws of Florida, 1972, that 5. All purpose grease oil, Evening Service 7:30.: :
I i,hli,. notice is hereby given publishing of general circulationin NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING A fifteen ((15)) days public notice be Grade 90 and 140, 5 gallon and Wednesday : Prayer ; ,.
Jut' pursuant to and in strict newspaper Bradford County. Florida. that The County of Bradford the CERTAIN GAS CODE KNOWNAS given between the first and last 55 gallon drum. Gear lubricate !Meeting, 7:30: p.m. Church PLEASE HELP PHEVEINT
i !ordance with the Summary EACH AND EVERY PERSON holder of the following cer- NFPA 54 and 58 RELATINGTO reading of such ordinance by must meet M I L-L 2105 Choir practice 8 p.m. FOREST FIIUS!
(Jir'dl Judgment of Foreclosure having interest whatever in tificates has filed said certificatesfor INSTALLTION AND PIPINGOF publishing such notice in a Specification. Rev. James L. Temple .
cfiiered! in this cause on January the enactment any of this proposed a tax deed to be issued COOKING AND HEATING newspaper of general circulationin 6. Multipurpose grease in 35 pastor; Lavern Outlaw, choir ----- -
i 1974 the undersigned as the thereon. The certificate numbers GASES, PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE Bradford County, Florida. lb. containers and 120 lb. director; Jean Douglas, 111: IIBU1; .1 I ,
ierk of said Court, will on the ordinance and appear herein at and years of issuance, the DATE. EACH AND EVERY PERSON containers organist; Carolyn Dyal. .I marked l ,n, ,1-' 'I', ',"" .
.;1n<1 day of January, 1974, sell time place description of the properly and having any interest whatever in 7. All #2 Fuel and kerosene to pianist. not' all i.I l it .ini I ',l hili ,. I .
'Jii,. following described real prescribed. the names in which it was YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN the enactment of this proposed be supplied to the courthouse A study of the Book of I he I.Kt I III i bra.' 'nl l -

I ifopnrtv situated in Bradford BOARD OF COUNTY assessed are as follows: NOTICE that said ordinance was ordinance should appear at the Agriculture Complex, Health Colossians with Dr. Meigs as h.nf, UIUMI\ i I" > ii, 1'. i I.,.. I I'haec
(IfO"I'V' Honda, to wit: COMMISSIONERSBRADFORD Certificate No. 26. Year of first duly considered by the time and place herein Clinic and County Jail. ;"

COUNTY, Issuance 1968.Description Board of County Commissionersat prescribed. The successful bidder will
4 Lots 8 ind. 9 of Block 29. FLORIDA their regular monthly meeting purchase from the present

Ijeek Addition to the Town of BY: :Beulah M Moody of Property: Beginat held at the Bradford County BOARD OF COUNTY supplier all the underground GAINESVILLE
SM'i-f lying and being inV Gilbert. Brown, Clerk NW Corner of N 130' of Lot 35 Court House on January 7, COMMISSIONERSBRADFORD equipment at major oil company
lion 29. Township 6 South (Official Seall) in Lawtey East of Railroad, S 1974. COUNTY, prices.
it'41' 72 East, according to the 1/ 17 50', to POB E 50', S 50', W 50', That this notice is hereby FLORIDABy The Board reserves the rightto
it ,thereof recorded in Plat Itchg N 50' to POB given to conform with the notice reject any or all bids. Business DirectoryAUTO
"sk 1 Page 40, public records Name in which assessed: Mid requirements of Chapter 72-306, : Beula M. Moody

Bi: ' BRADFORD COUNTY All of said property being in fifteen ((15)) days public notice be (Official Seal) Board of County Commissioners
public auction to the highest FLORIDA the County of Bradford. State of given between the first and last ltchg 1/17 Bradford County, SALES
ddei' for cash at the East front Florida reading of such ordinance by Starke Florida
c of the Bradford County Unless such certificate or publishing such notice in a 1/172t 2/24
rthouse: in Starke. certificates shall be redeemed newspaper of general circulationin
"rig !the legal hours sale, to- according to law the property Bradford County, Florida. FLORIDA INVITATIONTO
"< hetween the hours of 11:00:
described in such certificate or EACH AND PERSON
VI md 200 P.M. same being SOUTHERN STANDARD certificates will be sold to the having any interest whatever in OF INTENT TO BID WARRANTY
-'qdi l bales day and the legal of this
highest bidder at the court the enactment proposed
of sale.
house door on the first Mondayin ordinance should appear at the
OF BRADFORD AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO missioners of Bradford County
r' .Ied this 2nd day of
Month of February, 1974. time and place herein
I iry which the 19th of prescribed
is day
ENFORCEMENT OF THE be opened at 10.00 A.M. on the BY A STARKE MAN

Gilbert. S. Brown : ALL CITIZENS TAX- February Dated! 1974.this 11th of BOARD OF COUNTY BRADFORD COUNTY ZONING morning of Thursday, January
Clerk of the Circuit Court PAYERS AND OTHER INTERESTED January, 1974. day COMMISSIONERSBRADFORD LAW BY THE BOARD OF 31st, 1974 In the County Marchcint Auto Sales
Bradford County Florida
Gilbert. Brown, Clerk COUNTY,
Beulah M.
By Moody
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are FLORIDA.TO 35 Ton Tandem Axle Lowboy
By Beulah M. Moody, D.C.
Clerk of Circuit Court of : Beulah M. Moody 1636 S E. 3RD AVE.
li, 1 31 hereby and herewith given Bradford County Florida. 1/17/ Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Machinery Trailer
notice that the Board of County : ALL CITIZENS, TAX- All equipment offered shall be MARCHANT WILL
4t 2/7 (Official Seal)
Commissioners of Bradford PAYERS AND OTHER IN- new and of the manufacturer'slatest
County, Florida, at their regular TERESTED PERSONS. model. All equipmentlisted
riiHlH', JUDICIAL CIRCUIT meeting to be held at 9.30 A.M.in NOTICE APPLICATIONFOR r as standard shall be

County Court House. Starke, FLORIDA notice that the Board of County equipment as may be called for. CMS. Inc SALES & SERVICE
Florida, on Monday, February Commissioners Fine selection of Used Cars
1974 will consider the adoptionof that County of Bradford the NOTICE OF INTENT TO County, Florida, at their regular Capacity: 35 Ton eot vp! Taken On Cadillac Trades
Hf' Estate of GARRY RAY an ordinance relating to: holder of the following certificates CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF meeting to be held at 9:30: A.Min Platform Height: 34" 2001 N.W.13tll Ph. 37H-5301/
vvv FRS. Deceased. has filed said certificatesfor AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO the County Commission Level Deck

AN ORDINANCE ADOPTINGTHE a tax deed to be issued THE DEFINITION OF MOBILE Meeting Room, Bradford Tires: 900 x 15 12 Ply Nylon
,MO riCE TO CREDITORS SOUTHERN STANDARD thereon. The certificate numbersand HOMES, MODULAR HOMES County Court House, Starke, 10 Ft. Wide Deck Factory Authorised CAMPER SALES

BUILDING CODE: PROVIDINGAN years of issuance, the AND TRAVEL TRAILERS BY Florida, on Monday, February 4, 16 Ft. Platform Length Pontiac
mg, claims or demands the names in which it was OF relating to:
wood FlooringAir 210 N. !Main vllleFla.
luainst\ this estate YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN assessed are as follows: BRADFORD COUNTY Brakes, All Wheels 372-21R3: Gainesville
\ HI, are notified and required NOTICE that said ordinance was Certificate No. 103, Year of FLORIDA.TO AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO Slope Rear Ramp
I oy SPI:lion 73315 Florida first duly considered by the Issuance, 1969Description THE ADMINISTRATION AND Telescoping Parking Stands
Statutes to file any claims and Board of County! Commissioners : ALL CITIZENS. TAXPAYERS ENFORCEMENT OF THE DOT ft ICC Approved Lights OFFICE SUPPLIES CAMPER MART, INC.
demands which you may have at their' regular monthly meeting of property: Com. AND OTHER IN- BRADFORD COUNTY ZONING and Reflectors
ayninst the estate of GARRY of SW Quarter of SE TERESTED PERSONS. PENALTIES 311 IN. !Main Gainesville!
held at the Bradford County SE Corner LAW, PROVIDING Skid Ledge Full Width of Rear
Holy SAWYERS deceased in Court House on January 7, Quarter run N 18', W 142', for FOR THE VIOLATION Ramp BOOKKEEPING 378-295.-
the Circuit Court, in and for 1974. POB W 23. N 56', E 29', S 55' YOU AND EACH OF YOU are THEREOF, AND AMENDING Hydraulic Power Loading SUPPLIES. TBayServlceDept.

Bradford County Courty That this notice is hereby to POB. Section 29 Township 6 hereby and herewith. given SECTIONS 1, 3, AND 8 OF Skids, 3 1/2' x 8' NOW ATBRADFORD Complete CamplnlCSlore
:':.ourthouse Starke Florida, given to conform with the notice South Range 22 East, notice that the Board of County ARTICLE XII OF THE BRAD- Rocking Beam Suspension Sales:
Mlhin four months from the requirements of Chapter 72.306, Name in which assessed: Commissioners of Bradford FORD COUNTY ZONING LAW; 8 Lashing Rings Concord. Volunteer, Sm

dale of the first publication. of Laws of Florida, 1972, that North American AcceptanceCorp. County, Florida, at their regular PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE Painted Standard Machinery COUNTY Key Midas AdventureWheels
this, notice fifteen 115)) days notice be given meeting to be held at 9:30: A.M, DATE. Color TELEGRAPH Norris Monitor
Each claim' or demand must between the first and last All of said property being in in the County Commission Motor Grader Ramps Fan. Explorer.: Sports Couch
l be in writing and must state the reading of such ordinance by the County of Bradford State of Meeting Room, Bradford YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN Parts Manual 964.6305
f place of residence and post publishing such notice in a Florida County! Court House. Starka NOTICE that said ordinance was STARKEaKr
office address of the claimant newspaper of general circulation Unless such certificate or florida, on Monday, February 4, first duly considered by the Terms: Cash on Delivery



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mobile home hurricane : '
anchoring III,AC PS excellent condition. bedroom house with WANTED: One or more men to
and mobile home roof some $ SAVE/ $
Deadline for insertion coating. Olin's 29,000 miles $1,500. Ph. 964- furnishings, apply at 314 N. form a car pool between Martin INSURANCE
Tuesday Noon preceding 8079. 1/17 2tp 1/24 Church St. Starke and North Main StreetIn ATREDUCEDRJ\TES
Service. 1tp 1/17
Thursday before publication. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W, Gainesville. 9648023. Itp FRED DAVIS I
Starke, Fla. tfchg 1/17 Campersu.s. AUTO FIRE. BOAT
Minimum Charge 12.00
------------ TRUCKS
Each word over 15 ------------ PHONE 752-3723 INSURANCE AGENCY
hardtop, good cond. $350. house 4 BR, 2 F. baths "A LITTLE RIDE CAN
10 cents STEAM Call Town Finance Co. 964- FOR BEST SELECTION OF TCHG
CLEANING Engines of carpeting, central air and SAVE YOU A LOT" TF

All Classified Ads must be all types automotive, farm 7449. Itchg. heat. Starke, Fla. 964-8696 by WANTED: Maid at To-Rena TRAVEL TRAILERS GREEN COVE SPRINGS"*

paid for In advance unless you machinery. Boyd Service, Ph appointment only. Itp 1/17 Motel. Apply in person. No MINI-HOMES

have an established account 964-8359. tfchg phone calls please. Itp 1/17 TRUCK CAMPERSAND

with the Telegraph in that t FOR SALE ) ------------ TOPPERSFULL
: --------- ---
event 50 cents extra charge
for billing. Not responsible for work < YOUNG CO.
errors when given over the guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or $19.95, 15 automatic $39.95 SERVICE TF :

phone or when copy is not leave at Jackson Building 38 snub $49.95. Dahmer's r C/

typed and brought to the of Supply, Starke or Keystone LOTS Zoned for mobile homes Discount. tfchg VJ ear d free Vacuum Cleaners
rice. Heights. and houses. Several sub- o

Tfchg.----- divisions to choose from. Only -- ---------- Service Sewing N S.. and Shampooers

-- $95 down. Monthly paymentsto

.... suit budget. Ph. 468-
LOSE WEIGHT: Safely & fast 1551 or your 964-8331. qt.LICENSED MachineSALES 117 N. WALNUT ST. 964-8787

MISCELLANEOUS with REDUCE X-11 Excess Diet Plan Fluids 300.with ftcig.- r HELP WANTED J INSURED STARKE, FLA.

-------- AND SERVICE
t... ...11 X-Pel 300. Money Back SEE THE ALL NEW KIRBY NOW ON DISPLAY.WE .

4/11 15tchg FOR SALE Registered AngusBull I H ''J n000000oooooesooooo0000000
P.0.e0X 605 NEW HOME
FAT? OVERWEIGHT? Try the Calves. J. B. White. HELP WANTED To
; work
Diadax) plan Reduce excess Phone 9646114. tfchg chicken farm. House and on m./.u.,.: lonida WHITE

fluid prescription with at Fluidex Mitchell's) no t FOR RENT :::1 p.m.utilities furnished.4855562.Call Eddy's after 6 475-2233 CHEYENE DAY CROSS OR NIGHT- $49.50 up

Drugs. 4tp 1/31 FOR SALE: 5 Reg. Angus bulls. Chicken Farm, Graham, Fla. LJ BONNELL
Service in 1/17
age spring. Long 3tp 1/31 830.13T1122Pumps PARTS & REPAIRS ON ALL
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growth, Ankonian Jingo, 2 OTHER MAKE MACHINESNational
blood lines. Fred Glenn 964- FOR
NOTICE: Save Electrolux
Representative due to energy FOR RENT: New apartments 7316. 2tp 117OVERSTOCKED

crisis now in Starke, Fla. Ph. All electric, furnished. 830 N. WANTED: Christian Lady to SOMEONE ELSE?
964-7957.1/10/ 2tp 1/17 Temple Ave. 964-7285 or 473- care for 11 112 year old child in
3096. 2tp 1/17 my home. Call 964.6283.110 611 W. UNIV. AVE.GAINESVILLE .

Factory Fresh 117FEMALE New And UsedSALES
--------- --- 2tp FLA.
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Mobile Home now at
------------ 378.1355 TF
Home Brokers, Hwy 100
HELP for is now at hand WANTED
you : Depen- PARTS
FOR RENT 2 bedroom mobile Keystone Hgts. 4733029.
from Mobile Home Brokers, : dable white female wanted to
Hwy 100 Keystone Hgts. home on SR.235.9 miles from 3tchg 1/10 1/24 live in 3 bedroom home, SERVICE OxpN

3tchg Starke. Water furnished. Call having own bedroom. Free DEEP & SHALLOW WELLS ChampHome
Long SUNOCOLooking
1/101/24---- 964-5630 after 6 p.m. 1tp 1/17 room and board if willing to do

--- light house cleaning and Plumbing Supplies
------------ and
FOR SALE: Bay QuarterS horse cooking for young man. Must

ROCKSUND PRINTING can mare, 6 yrs., 16 hands. Green be of age. Phone 9648279.3tp EXPERT SERVICEON Building MaterialsWE

fulfill your printing needs with FOR RENT 12' wide mobile broke, gentle nature. All tack 117FEMALE
Quality, Low Prices and ALL MAKES BUILD
homes outside city limits. J. included. $300. 9647316. 2tp -----------

speedy service. Come by and B. White. Ph. 9646114. If 1/17 PHONE 9647061Durrance
let us give your printed answer\ call 9646152. tfchg General office ?
work. High For A Change
material that personal, as wellas
------------ YOUR LOT OR OURS"FREE
School Grad.Apply in Person,
professional look. Presently
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Only: 10.1 Mon., Lake Butler Apparrel Co., ESTIMATES
we open FOR SALE: Hay$1.25 Bale, Rex) Lake Butler Fla. Phone 496- PUMP & SUPPLY co. Sunoco Offers
Tues., & Fri 1-5 Saturday.
; FOR RENT: Furnished nice clean Brown, 718 W. Market Rd., 3601. 1/104tp 1/31 REMODELING REPAIRS
119 S. Walnut, 9646910.
efficiency apt. and 1 bedroomapt. 964-5284. 1/10 4tp 1/31 864-N TEMPLE AVE. ADDITIONS 1. PAID TRAINING 2. FINANCING

No Call after 5
-- -- pets. p.m. 2 4.30,000 GAL /MO.
9646947. 1tp 117HOUSES ------------ r..rrarrr .. HOMES( BOUGHT SOLD ALLOCATION

THIS spot that spot, traffic Anson's TRADED
paths too removed with Blue ----------- FOR INFORMATION CALL:
Lustre carpet shampoo. Dev- BR home, with carport, Mobile Homes ACREAGE FOR SALE

rick Inc., 301) E. Call St. ... """II central air/heat. Near all SINGLES ft DOUBLE 964-6853 MIKE CAPEZZERA ((904)) 353.0941
conveniences in Starke. WIDES
964-6163. $17,900. 319 N. St. Clair. HWY. 301 S. STARKE TFUnited < EVENING: ((904)) 378-0108
Itchg 1/10 > 1<
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a No experience ON ROOMS
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openings. Wells Electric UP100 MILE RADIUS Farm
E. Bowers, Interior and ex- Service.
terior, also exterior>> house Lakefront TV Color picture tubes only 7444. tfchgWANTED 964-6061 or 964- BANK FINANCINGHWY Agency Inc

cleaning. Ph. 259-6025, 2 attractive mobile homes $79 plus labor Dahmers 17 NORTH ,

Macclenny Fla. 1/174tp2/7 Discount. tfchg. ----------- GREEN COVE REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER : C. B. Radio
Neat 2 BR frame house, fencedLot TEL, 284-5OO1 PAUL IRENE

------- ----- $9,600 FOR SALE: 8 x 38 2 BR fur 264.7311 TF FAULKNERASSOCIATES 321 Temple Ave.

nished mobile home. Small Used furniture, 9B4-8346
FLORIDA Territy Sesquicentennial New 3 BR brick, central heat and equity and take refrigerators, washers Dah
22 single action gun now air, wall to wall carpets, small $49.93 per month.up Balance mer's Discount House tfchg JIMMY MOORE'S 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE Starke, Fla.

on display at Dahmers down payment owed STARKE FLA. 964-5O65

Discount House. 1/17 2tchg 1tp 1/17$957.17. Ph. 7823912. ------ ---- Sun SportsMORE WANT TO SELL OR BUY All Types Of Electronic Equipment

1/24 3 BR frame house on 1/2 acre WANTED: Used cement mixer. BOAT FOR REAL ESTATE?

very attractiveA. ------------ Call 782-3415 after 6 p.m. 1 Itp YOUR MONEY TF CALL US FOR BEST PRICES EXPERT INSTALLATIONBill
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FOR EXPERT CARPENTRY, 205 N.Temple Ave. FOR SALE: Pensacola and
repairs or remodeling, call 964-6162 Argentina Hay. By the bale or COMPLETE OUTBOARD & Your

Steve at 964-6191 after 5 ton.964-5630 after 6 p.m. 1tp & Licenses
p.m. STERN DRIVE SERVICE Now Sells Hunting Fishing
1/172tp 1/24 1/17 WANTED TO BUY: Kingsley AND REPAIR Real Estate

FOR SALE: Small 3 bedroom Lake water frontage. Either a & All Management Permits.
------------ COMPLETE FIBERGLASS Broker
------- --- -- frame house approx. 1 1/2 lot,summer cottage or all year
round home. REPAIR Home of the Magnetic Signs
miles from city limits $11,900. FOR SALE: Gelding horse' Would swap
WE NOW HAVE diamond Call 9647015. Itp Priced to sell. Good sadlde nice building lots in the city of CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS Buy-Sell-Trade- 24 Hour Service
needles for any make or model Starke. Call 533-22371/17 3tp FISHING BOATS
horse $150. 964-5392 Up 1/17
stereo player. Dahmer's 1/31 Appraisals

Discount House. tfchg. 2 Bedroom, Frame, Living TF
Room, Kitchen, 1 ------------
Room, Dining cviE ETREE .tG:t3 CALL BILL POWELL
------ ----- Bdth, 301 North. '" .
INVENTORY Clearance Sale,
STANDARD poodle stud, very You can save Dollars on a WANTED: Scrap iron and junk SERVICE STARKE BUILDERSA
intelligent, 9647923. 1/17 3 Bedroom, CB Construction, 1 New Mobile Home from cars. T & T Wreckage, Ph. 964-681O
lOtchg. 3/21 1/2 baths, Living Room, Dining Mobile Home Brokers Hwy 9648217. 1/17 4tp 2/7 ALL TYPES TREE WORK I COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE

Room, Kitchen Extra Long 100 Keystone Hgts. 473-3029.:! BULLDOZIER LAND PHONE 964-527O 219 E WASHINGTON ST
Ramily Room, Central Heat and --- STARKE. FLA.
3tchg 1/10 1/24 --------- CLEARING-COMPLETELY
------ -- -- A.A.
Air, Natural Gas, Large Lot, INSURED AND LICENSED Meeting Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl"THE
Esceptionally Nice.
Oldumobile.Loaded ------------ NIGHT
Mike offer IXIORlanding :: ( IMMEDIATEOPENING $4 59
1 8:30 P.M.
St. 94M-54I3.' tr 1/2 baths Living Room with FOR SALE: Fill Dirt. Phone
768.8522 PER SO YD
Fireplace, Kitchen, Family Stephen Smith collect 468- OR STARKE 964-9935 390 N. CHERRY ST.

Room, Covered Patio. 1873. 4tp 1/31 Beautifully SculpturedHI
IOTP 1/31
Staff New Store LOW NYLON
10 Acres Land with Pecan Trees -- ----------
New I Every 40' All Directions. $6 97


301. Cosmeticians
Many brands of new vacuums THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK I
25 Acres, High Land on Paved $39.00 Used
up. machines TF
Road. from $10. Expert Cashiers FOR THE ,/ tti 100% CONTINUOUS FIL. NYLON MANY

(teeuerlyNaiiwiltoVocaliit.Jae for makes.all Parts vacuums.and'Accessories Built In Floor Clerks WHOLEFAMILY Adult Mobile INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SQ YD $7 u 95

Call us, we have more. central vacuum cleaning Home ParkIN

systems. 712 N. Main, Typist l'..

------- ECKERD'S has exciting
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: 2 Hulsey game opportunities for self- 11 .1.9 100 W. PH. 964.5606 Z.r

Mill".y.',N.w...1....: cocks, pairs of Jumbo starting individuals to GROCERY AND NEW ; u .,,
986 N.Temple Ave.,StarkePh. '-
"L."',Sing a SongTog.th.r" Wisconsin quail. Ringneck SHOPPING 1
.964-7826 begin a career with thenallon' Handbags CENTERTF
pheasants, raised
Wayne Douglas AssociatePh. pen wild fastest growing LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED &
turkey. Argentine Bahia Hay JO-LU COURT
and .964-6593 1.50 per bale at barn. drug store chain. Out. Wallets REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD

Argentine Bahia seed 80 cents standing benefits program U.S. 301 SOUTH CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
1 Lavf'.In
You"U per lb. J.M. Edwards, Box) including profit sharing, 100 STYLES OF WESTERNAND PHONE 964-8810 TFTractor

628,Phone 964-5379, Starke. stock option bonus store MODERN BELTS IN ,;,

NTa..T INMINT AUTOMOBilES 4tp 1/3. 1/24 merchandise discounts, SIZES 18 TO 56 MADE OF grtari

a N/ONTSA/ WeexaVURYWSONUSDAY paid sick leave ,
............. ............. USEDFOR and vacation. To holidays discuss THE FINEST LEATHER MILLERBrownVolkswagen
homes acre tracts from your future with Eckerd's

IS $2,695. As low as $270 down apply in person today INDIAN MOCCASIN"WESTERN .'
SALE 1971 Chevrolet 9 :::''
and $32 a month. One-half SHIRTS
..........................: passenger station wagon with mile S. of Starke off 301. Ph. Farm Machines ..
and factory air. $1250. ECKERD'S '
9646191. 1/17 4tp 2/7/ / y
lit Phone 964-8324. 1tp 1/17

Bobby'sHideaway 831 South Walnut St. CARRADINESLeather NEW ft USED ,,,,-
Starke, Fla. 32091 Shop NEW & USED 4 MI. NORTH ON U.S. 441 TELEPHONE 372.3464 ''v
FOR SALE: 1971 Ford Torino, wl') !'
FOR SALE: 1 trundle bed used 4
,1 I MILE SOUTH ON U. S. 301
1963 Chevrolet' Truck. Phone nice 50. Call 964- EQUAL OPPORTUNITY ,
years very Gainesville Fla.
301 SOUTH 964-8816, after 5 p.m. 1tp EMPLOYER LAWTEY. FLA. i "'-
6133. David Lawson Up 1/17
1/17 PHONE 782-34OOTF

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II I TELEGRAPH January 17, 1971


Health and Living more when added to the steep
Conditions are the guide lines rises in the cost of living since
for senior citizens nationallyand Sept 1972! when we received a 81 Jo.s him Fontaine
statewise. 20 percent increase in S. S. ) OF THANKSWe By Elizabeth
Living con- Clvens WaBter
ditions embrace Tran- payemtns. The coming CITY NEWS Woman's Club: in planting a Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor.

sportation, Housing, Nutritionand months look grim. The treat of dogwood tree Tuesday wish to express our Thursday night The Ladies is pastoral day. Services will\ Monday,Thursday at 6 p.m. is
all other facets which $1 per loaf of bread gas, Council meeting Jan. 8, morning. The first graders heartfelt thanks for the many Circle will meet at the home of begin with Sunday School at scheduled for Young Cass
emerged from the White heating oil and all ether 1974: The meeting was calledto will be responsible for expressions of sympathy Mrs Rebecca Allen. Friday 9:30. Morning service at 1 I.Ll'ague Wednesday at 7:30: Bible
House Conference commodities mounting at an order at 8:15: by ChairmanTed properly caring for the extended to us in the loss of night the ladies will work at and Prayer Meeting will be
on Aging 4 Evening
alarming rate will severely Curtis. All members were dogwood! so that it becomes a our loved one. The many the church. Dinners will be pm. held. Sunday School, 10 a.m.,
1971.Rep.. Frank Williams has cripple the 7 percent increasein present except Mr. Trisler. beautiful (lowering tree. We beautiful flowers and your sold from I the kitchen service, 6 p.m. which will terminate servicesfor

organized a meeting on S. S. payments due in April There was a discussion about are grateful to the Junior Club kind words are deeply appreciated Saturday and Sunday. Sunday New Bethel Baptist Church. the day.
Transportation at the Civil and the 4 percent in July. The closing the alleys, that there for including us in their worth- !May God bless you
Defense song by Tennessee Ernie had been a request for. There while projects. Timmy all.
Bldg., Wednesday,
Jan. 16, where Mrs. Margaret Ford '(16 tons What do you was also another alley that Fessler celebrated his birthday -
Jacks, Director of Division on get? Another Day Older and was discussed and they tabled on Jan. 15. -Miss Annie. Anderson and NOW OPEN
all the could !Mrs Denmark's third !grade family
Aging Tallahassee, will Deeper in Debt" carries a lot this until owners
class is making a study of the
be contacted to what
discuss this with of meaning for all of us. see they
problem us. ('lIUCIII'OJoWS)
At last By the time we get these wanted to do. The septic tank five senses: sight, hearing
our meeting, 8,
much needed raises, we will and the running of sewer pipes taste smell, and touch. They
Kathy Brown County Home Greater Allen Chapel AME
be into the ditch, from the are completing a bulletin
urging new legislation by open Underwood Restaurant
Economics Agent gave us an Church Rev B. C. Williams,
board this
will be on project.
informative talk on nutrition. the U S. Congress to up our houses on Highway 325 Monday night the
checked and the !Mrs Earselene Zim- pastor.
benefits just to hold our own. get necessary
With posters the, she aid described of colored how The Escalator Clause included things done for them. merman's sixth grade Community Allen Chapel Chorus rehearsedat Church Il tog 301 N. (3 miles north of Starke) 964-7169
in the S. S. Bill enactedin !Mr Tucker brought the welcomed twin brothers.
and what for
to buy healthy Sept 1972! will NOT become report of the records of the Barry and Larry !Moore from Tuesday night the Senior
economical meals Booklets
entitled "Your Worth effective until mid 1975. If the City Council for 1973. He Hawthorne, to join them Choir held rehearsal. Sunday WEEKDAYS SAT. & SUNDAY
Money's Services will begin with
Barry and Larry had birthdays -
the accounts
present rate of inflation reported that
in Foods, and "Food Guide continues, and there is no signof were incorrectly handled last on Jan. 10, !Michael Sunday School at 10 am HOURS 6 A.M.10 A.M.
for Older Folks" plus Meng had a birthday Jan. 6. !Morning service at 11. Choir : 7 A.M. 9 P.M.
abatement, our S. S. checks year. They must be kept
Homemaker Interest Union will be held Lake 4 PM.10 P.M.
Eddie Samon Jan. and
on 7,
will be inadequate. All of us separate to satisfy the State
Program forms were Butler at :3 The Choir
!Mrs. Zimmerman on Jan. 14. p.m.
distributed memberswith may have to apply for Food! and the Federal Government.The
to our Stamp Supplements.At dog situation was Happy Birthday to all of president is asking all
an invitation to join in. members to with
them! cooperate
our last meeting, our discussed, but nothing was
Betty Bennett Director of usual activities were con- accomplished as there is no !Mrs. KatherIne the choir activity. Evening WEEKEND SPECIALS
Food Stamp Office Divisionof service at 5:30, Visitors
and Wigglesworth's fourth grade :
ducted. Alex Emma if
place to house dogs they are
Family Services presenteda Haddock will soon be engaged in a New always welcome.
detailed explanation of the Morton donated icre cream. picked up. Mrs. June
Amelia Hoffman is back home attended the meeting and Skills Program. !More Information
revised its Food! Stamp Programand to low and doing well. Inez Hamilton asked if something could be on this will be Ebenezer Baptist Church, Saturday 9Jan. 19Spaghetti Sunday, Jan. 20
application available later. )Rev Leroy Davis, pastor.
She Chris Mengwas
families and theeldt'rly. is in Gainesville Medical done to clean up the town.
income. She also used visual Center for surgery. She would suggested trash can be put on 11 years old on Jan. 12 Sunday School will begin
cards and notes. the street. The Council agreedthis !Mrs. Carol Shields' fifth services at 9:43.: Morning
aids her appreciate Roast Beef Chicken
during speech.The .
State Division Welcome home to Houston would be a good idea and grade is winding up a study of service at 11. Evening 6pmAll
has recruited the on Florida Aging and Marion Driscoll after a at this time there are trash the solar system. This has members and friends are & Dumplings
invited to attend. /Dressing
Chapter of the American Red nice trip to California. cans on the streets. been very successful and I
Beatrice Penrose left today to The police report was given educational. Many childrenand Special369
Cross to seach and find a great Bethlehem
Greater Vegetables
number of who return home to New Jersey. by Marshall Phillips. He has their parents enjoyed WFixingsEveryDayLowPrice
people are Freewill Church. Rev
eligible for Supplementary We enjoyed her visit and hope given 25 tickets since startingthe viewing the comet, Kohoutek Baptist
Income she will be back again soon. use of radar equipment.He last Thursday evening with JasperWilliamspastor. Each -
Security which is now the aid of !Mr. Tom Casey. Monday night Ushers Board $ $79
We meet at Pratt Street. has given numerous
being handled by the Social No. 2 and Choir No. 3 meet.,
taken binoculars and a telescope
and has
Administration. Rec. Center Jan. 22 at 1 p.m. warnings
Joe Kerrigan several children home that They were also successful in Senior Choir rehearsalTuesday
Many of these people are night at 7-30: ( Wed-
were out after the curfew viewing Mars and Venus that
illiterate and do
not know of
nesday night Prayer Meeting.
this much needed help.. hour. The streets are a little evening.

Volunteers are needed to help Local Students Eu; rn quieter now. I
Fire report: There is one
some of the applicants who
can't read or write at the Food! Honors At Lake CityFive truck that is in good! condition.The .
other will be sent out to
Stamp Office in the old
Florida Bank, have a pump put on and some
corner of
Walnut and Call Sts. Phone local college studentsout minor repairs. Evey)ayLowPricePantryREGULAR ] FOOD
!4-7uo.) : Thank you Kathy of t6; have qualified for the Mr. Summers reported thata
and Betty Lake City Community College train went through Hamptonand
The cost of living running President's List for the fall the lights at the crossingwere FLORIDA GRADE'A'

wild. jumped 2.5 percent in 1973! term. not working. GRIND

Dec !1973!l alone This is muchH" Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK FRESHFHYERS FAIR

Nancy; C. Badley of Lake FIREUXILI.RY
., 'Y Butler and Edwin T. Prescottof

Kaiford are two of twelve A number of the area boys COFFEESMOKED SUPERMARKETS
students that head the list with are interested in staring a
perfect 4.0 grade point Junior Fire Department of STARKE'S

.2s\? averages maintained Hampton. They had a meetingto 320 SOUTH WALNUT ST
throughout their course at
see how many were interested WHOLE
LCCC. e.l MOP ONUS niT9e' 0000 l our{
and 26 boys attended. e .9e.. .o'u,nun 0000 TNNu
LB .i 2 PER *IONO6o., .." "i '0". OWANTITYNIONTI
nutri (on Russell A. Wade of Lake They will be given a card andif 75 ... 3g ..sfl..0

for your Butler. Harlan G Lay of the parents want their son or BAG .we "pllsldt It jccrpf
/ oneNoy' Kaiford. and Phyllis Karen sons to take part in the project BAG LB U.S.D.X FOOD STIMPiCOUPONS
ad3 Hutchms of Starke have they will give their consentby fi1 J
earned a 4.0 average for the signing the card. The boys
fall will\ not fight fires but will be

term. shown films and given instruction ; I SLICED 1/4 $
on how to prevent / i ; CORNED f

fires. Fire Chief Fred Phillipsand
PORKto' '
Mr. Smith are the adults i :::7 i Pork LoinCHOPS
rtoneFr'1ID"" $rnTue Getting; hume is supposed sponsoring the meeting There BEEF
In Iji' the best pail, of the 1 1
from the Ladies
)tee _iol: 6k'jur Trip| bring greeted! h>' neigh- Auxiliary was no report of the VolunteerFire SHOULDER BRISKETS 11 TO 13CHOPS
Sat bun with
their ninusing stones Department. 1 I
) e 1 Pit I itf the (I.ivoiir, l>;ifinenl -

Sumo' NW 5 iilnuiKt flooded caught:: the and burglars how they SENIOR CITIZENSThe i 3 TO I 2 TO

*' *' 6 TO BIBS 69 $119 99;
regular meeting of 5 LBS 3 LBPKG.
Hampton Senior Citizens will LB
be Friday, Jan. 18. Pete i .

Raffoney passed away, and

Bible Answers: services were held at the EveryDayLowPrke M' r..1a EvcryDayLowPrkeLANDCVFftOST EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrice,
graveside in Hampton at 2 1 '. _
MMit Mfl *M MH-H. lIV ;

i Hhu isl,In ,Itio't' BIRTHDAYS[
1 ,' ',.' ,. .11' orldr'nmed, ? i, Ihe MEATS
Belated greetings to !Mrs. MM*Ml***ftMi*MMIft _
: f 11.I : iifi" vary '<>,ike tvodd (the _MAM'If
Seaman whose birthday was PMSW .
lii'T'rir./ Jlti.JfyP' / tru'"> burden) of their garments Anun i4n

.n' / be called ot men Ri. Rabbi, But be not yet called/ Dec 20. _ _ _ ., ; !
.> il'tu/ for Barry and Larry Moore, _ _ _ _ _ _
one is your Master even Christ and all ye are brethren
.t"eI! ( call no nun your fattier upon the earth for one i<< your twin sons of Mr and !Mrs. A.

rarer' which is in heaven Neither ye called masters for one D. Moore celebrated their 126 COUNT i PILLSBURY ,- -
our Master even Christ" (Matt 235 10)) Notice that Jesus birthday on the 10th and 11th PUNCH / Hint Off
l I""Ito of two ways by which these religious leaders distinguished of January. They were 12 i i [ !
old.Mary Pantry Pride CAKE IDW'3J!
0 1"msolves their dress and their "titles Jesus condemned both' years LAUNDRY
'r'' principal of this It Lou Peoples Jan. 13.
issiige certainly applies toddY "vnit

.' i'n nut they be,should called "Rdbbl"not be called or "Master""Reverend"or "F lher" religiously Tracy Arneth Net Griffen Bradley Meece Jan.Jan.who 13. was 13. 9 DETERGENT j; TEA BAGS I; MIXES

'i r I nllinq ot turn 'Rt-verend' Today is not only unscriptural ,m I years old on Jan. 15. I I
'" It but ,it t promote' mother of Sheila Curtis was 16 years Im"
(j"sr"pturaldea the supposed
,!i'nx i1 in hijion, ,, "of, .i i It'rqv, ''d1'!v system! There is to b.. not old Jan. 15, and Mr. and !Mrs. 84oz c: I ,uwrucrr, *
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t iis, !,in 'tii Chilti.ir, ,., ,,iTy, *for ,is' Jesus. Siiid ftll ye are Ted Curtis her parents, are ( ,,;,, ; 99 68 i ASSORTED3/$1
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Oven' I, i'ui', i ii' till prcH' I in'r ibove other, Christuins' I li l\; giving a Sweet Sixteen dance BOX BOX
ii I ', ", Hil ,II'n"I -, (it"H-plflsllH4' 1 'before God (for ,It' "b ,.I Ii1 for her at the Hampton City
an, i 'i, i .I."', \j. i, I J('s,,-, a.is well .is 'he ,ipostii,' V\\,. Hall, Jan. 18.Gertrude t
i 'nr, .'J in' ill ">"e Chr-t Jew* ,Gdl3.8'. i Slade Jan. 17. :
.. Patty Williamson Is EveryDayLowPriceCIU. EveryDayLowPrice
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celebrating Saturday with a PLUMP TENDERSNOWWHITE
Church of Christ party at the Hampton City ffl CaliforniaNESTLE
Hall. Her birthday is Jan. 20.

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