Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 24, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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:; The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

& Vol.95 STARKE. FLORIDA 15 Cents
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No.27 Thursday,January 21, 1971 Copy

I 2 Sentenced On Drug COllllts

Judge Theron A. Yawn charge of unlawful possessionand Local Officials Name ProblemsTo

sentenced two young men to 5 delivery of cannabis and
Newman for and
years probation on drug
charges in Circuit Court delivery of a central nervous I
Monday, January 21. system depressant and hallu-
Earl Wayne Murray, 22, of cinogenic drug.
Starke and Tommy Newman, Both defendants
Face Bradford Area In Future
22 years, also probation of Starke each.were given 5 previously entered not guilty

Murray was sentenced on a (See Page 4))

r Land use, drainage

roads garbage disposal,
k nyr joint city-county zoning, Bryan Re-elected

1 a and subdivision

regulations were among
projections of future needsof

Bradford County and its Board Chairman

r .- four municipalities given a

I;. IS state official Monday. Second term Commissioner ment of the Bradford County
?5'5 George Gould, com- Ralph? Bryan has been named Volunteer Fire Department.
"'y 0 a t t' munity affairs specialistwith chairman of the County Bryan is an employee of the

Sr '4 1 the Division of Commission for the second DuPont Company's Employer
j straight year as the board Relations Department. He is
.L i S. S \ Technical Assistance of the reorganized Jan. 8 for the new entering the second year of his

Department of Community second four-year term on the

Affairs of the State of (See Page! 4))

Florida, quizzed five local

city and county officials for RHi

", some three hours Monday, SmithHeads
Jan. 21, seeking detailed

information about the

:4' S\, / S l4 community's problems.With .
an eye toward possible [
planning funds for feasibility 1
studies through the state
r I" / Department of Community r Union
Xk Affairs (DCA), Gould attempted
to pin down major

problems or needs the cities BoardAt
k fir'' %_ rI and county will face in the
coming few years. the regular meeting of
Faced with a predicted the Union Commissioners
/ k'i doubling of the area's J'L' held early this

population in the next five month, Felton Smith was
years, County Commission I elected chairman of the
t' Chairman Ralph Bryan, board and C. U. Crews as
d Starke Mayor Neil Tucker, Ralph Bryan vicechairman.In .
'i and Lawtey Mayor Gene other matters coming to
t. Bryan was in October
I Pearson gave freely of their the attention of the boardA :
4W time Monday in the unusual elected president of the received
request was by
rJ Florida Crown Conference of
.S meeting. Also attending were
rd the board from S. M. Brown.
r : Zoning Director i. M. Gaines, Local Governments, t: nine Jr.. for the commitment of
through whom the meetingwas county organization on whichhe
funds for the construction of
; 4t1 : has served several
r : organized and Zoning years. 1,400 square foot building to
As the Bradford
Board Chairman John Torode.
house the
y. L ay representative to the nine
S Gould first made a list of Stabilization and Con
i'i'y county Bryan has beenin
,A i projects, then quizzed the charge group of Bradford'srepresentation servation Service. Facilitiesare
officials about each one what in also to be provided for the
community is doing now in the Farmers Home Ad.
f each area,what has been donein newly formed ministration and the Brad-
; +r ry'{ai'44y the past, and how far future Emergency Medical Care ford-Union offices of the
Program, having done the
planning has proceeded.One Federal Crop Insurance
O4o organization here.
,1 ,5aN S r project currently Approval was given to the
nearing completion is the joint The chairman also project with the stipulationthat
city-county land use study represents Bradford Countyon the offices will be locatedin
Straight A students at Bradford High are: front row (I-r), Newman; second row Glen Mullins. Charlotte Whitehead, being done by a team from the the District 5 Mental Lake Butler
Anna Hankerson, Judy Harper Koline Green and Lisa Jan Searle, and Johnny Hobbs: third row, Steve flail Curtis Urban and Regional Health Board, a 10-county -The commissioners approved -
White, Forrest Trisler and Jackson.A .
payment of $1.781 fire
Development Center under organization centered around
Dr. Robert H. Heighton, Jr., Alachua County. insurance premium on the
assistant director. Heighton Bryan was also the com- hospital at the request ofW B.
19 Earn Straight-A's At BHS reported Monday that a public mission's appointee to see Lewis, chairman of the Boardof
presentation of his team's what could be done about Trustees of the Union
land use maps of the county providing fire protection for County Hospital.$20 .
group of 19 students 1,200 attending for the secondsix statistics, vocabulary review, -Charlotte Whitehead, Starke. Osteen's class is and each city is set for 7:30: non-incorporated areas of the per month paymentswere
earned straight A's at weeks, which ended Nov. office aide,and she is now out daughter of Mr. and !Mrs. A. Agriculture Placement. p.m., Feb. 7, a Thursday. He county. In that poisition, he authorized to be paid to
Bradford High School of some 26.The for tennis. B. Whitehead. Starke. Miss -Katrina Coleman, showed the local officials five was instrumental in laying the five names on the county'sSee
second six weeks honor -Gloria Mosley, daughterof Whitehead's classes are Page 15))
(See Page 13) (See Page 15) groundwork for the establish- (
ra roll, those earning grades of B Mrs. Annie Bell !Mosley clothing construction band
or higher, numbered 9-1. about Starke. !Miss !Mosley takes Humanities, teacher's aide.
( 'QIrirf seven per cent of the student English and teacher's aide.
-Steve Hall, son of Mr. and
body. Straight-A students are: -Forrest Trisler, son of Mr. !Mrs. Rodney Hall, Theresssa.
FHA Gives Renewed Life
SENIORS:" and Mrs. Ralph Trisler. Hall's classes are Algebra III,
Hampton Trisler's subjectsare Humanities, American
JI Anna Hankerson forestry, wildlife Literature, Physics, Drafting
daughter of !Mr. and Mrs management and library aide II.

Willie Hankerson, Starke. for two periods. -Ricky Jackson, son of Mr.\
Miss Hankerson's subjectsare -Curtis White, son of Mrs.\ and Mrs. W. T. Jackson, Sr., To Water
teacher's aide and sewing. Idella White, Lawtey. White's Starke. Jackson's classes are Lawtey's SystemLawtey

Bobbv Jenkins, son of subjects are Spanish, English Communication and Expression -
!Mrs. Zeporah Jennings, and library aide Humanities, Library -

BAKESALE Lawtey. Jenkins' subjects are -Lisa Newman daughterof Aide, Drama. city attorney Gene According to FHA loan. At the last meeting of these indicated they wanted
Starke Elementary Spanish II, teacher's aide Mr.\ and Mrs, John -Joey Sapp son of Mr.\ and Shaw said yesterday that the calculations, it would require Marshal M. M. Jordan said their names withdrawn in
Saturday,Jan.26 Humanities, debate and Newman, Kingsley Lake. !Mrs. Joe D. Sapp, Lawtey. Farmers Home Ad- 200 customers for the water that more that 190 signatureshad view of the utility tax. It was
9a.m Noon speech, drama and chorus. !Miss Newman's courses are Sapp's classes are Teacher's ministration had given the service to retire the $371,764 been obtained, but several also stated that several of the
-HjalmarIc1lillan.! Assistant Coach at the Starke Aide, Poultry Productions, another chance to
Front of Food Fair city signers were not owners of the
daughter of !Mr. and Mrs. Elementary School. and Products.
Agriculture resurrect its proposed water to be served, whichis
!Merrill McMillan! Starke. Americanism vs. Com- which property
Mike! Osteen son of !Mr. system project was 2 Youths a requirement of the
PTA MEETING !Miss McMillan's courses are Chemistrj II, defeated at the last council Jailed
bookkeeping, business Algebra III. and !Mrs Howard L. Osteen, agreement.
Southside Bern. meeting by failure to get a
Monday Jan.28 second to motion to proceed. Abbie Massey, secretary of
7:30: p.m. Mayor Commissioner Gene the newly organized Con-
School Cafeteria County Declines SR-16 ExpenditureRefusing Pearson said it was possiblethat For Drag RacingCounty cerned Citizens Committee of
a referendum would be -- Lawtey, said that group was

HOSPITAL AUXILIARY to commit local to the city's utility lines but plans to do the paving itself. held on the issue to determinethe of Judge Elzie Sanders no valid driver's license; still vice interested for Lawtey in ,water but ser the
wishes of a majority Robert Lee and Ronald
sentenced two Day
road funds on State Depart no dollar value could be Skinner was told to proceed young members thought the Council
Monday,Jan.28 Lawtey citizens, and that the Jacksonville men to 10 days in Wayne Campbell $51 each for
of the
ment Transportation placed on project. with work.
plans only engineering had about the matter "in
7:30 discussed at gone
: p.m.FeliolMlhip to widen and repave SK-16 "There is no way, simply no Chairman Ralph Bryan told matter would be jail for drag racing on US-301 unlawful speed; Norman Earl the wrong way."She said that
Hall of
Methodist Church eight-tenths of a mile west way the city can become Skinner that the board wants the next regular meeting South.At Evans, $36 no valid driver'slicense in the past, when visitors had
from. US-301, the County involved in a -expenditure DOT to do the engineeringwork the Commission on Feb. 4. the traffic session of ; and Raymond Henry attended Council meetings
Commission on January 15, at the present on Crawford Road too. A large delegation at a county court Tuesday, Ken- Williams, $36, for unlawful they were not always made to
tabled a request to spend up to time," Mayor Tucker stated. Skinner said there is nothingnew special Commission meetingon neth Edwin Dickinson, 21, and speed. feel welcome.
FOR EMERGENCY $23,000 for purchase of rights- The city might consider an to report on the SR-18 Jan. 15 charged that Robert Benjamin Mills, 23, Ernest Lee Robinson, $15
MEDICAL SERVICEDial of-way for construction expenditure of $20.000 if that paving project, Brooker to US- citizens signing up for the received sentences of 10 days no valid driver's license; At the last special meeting
water service had been misled each in the county jail from Reyes Guerro Montelongo,
easements. would do the job, Tucker said 301 which has been placed on attorney Shaw told the
9646161or but said that a large expenditure the DOT'S future projects list. into thinking the minimum charges brought against them $51, for unlawful speed; Commission that it
1-800-342-1516 Several commissionersstated like $120,000, is out Skinner said DOT could go as charge of $6 per month wouldbe by City Police Officer M. L. Ronald Dwight Perry, $26, for financially feasible, to was con-
they are still puzzled as of the question.It far as to list the road on a map their only expense in Sibley. running a red light; Glen struct the with the
Toll Free
to why the state DOT wants to could cost up to $23,000 to and go as far as taking aerial getting water service.. They Sibley arrested Dickinsonand Hahn Kollen and William $371,764 loan using all or
pave that particular section of purchase construction photographs. The board asked said they had signed the Mills on January S for Richard Reinert, $15 each for the partof of
Either number will Insure Immediate city's "nest egg'
road when their automobiles no valid inspection certificate
so other without being racing
many easements Deputy District that DOT go that far. agreement around $70,000 to into the
response by qualified places need paving more than DOT Engineer Walt Skinner The board would like to informed that a 10 percent within the city limits on south Howard Forrest Register! in order to put keep the
medical pot
a rescue SR-16. told the board if it is have SR-18 repaved since it Is utility tax would also be levied US-301. $36. for unlawful speed; minimum rate
vehicle for transportation to a Starke Mayor-\ necessary to go to court. narrow'and its condition is by the city as a guarantee to Other cases disposed of in Robert Jay Preyss, $36, for $6 month.to consumersat
hospital fortreatment Commissioner Neil Tucker Skinner said the state owns steadily worsening but the FHA that a $371.764 loan for traffic court Tuesday were: unlawful speed; Paul Dale per
also told the DOT represen- enough right-of-way for the county lacks secondary road the system would be repaid. Earl DeSue, $15, for havingno Brown $13. no valid In- Due to inflated costs during
c_.of tatives that appeared at the valid drivers license JohnD. spection certificate Charles the the council had
$400,000 construction job on funds it will take to purchase Pearson said there had beenno ; : past year
commission meeting !Monday SR-16. right-of-way. intent to mislead anyone, Winer, $46, for unlawful Presley, $15, no valid driver's been told by its engineers that
&tult Sank the present time to become that paving plans for the 16 in Starke west from US301as had been discussed at Cruce, $36, no valid inspection $36, for careless driving. have to be Increased to $$7.10
involved in extensive movingof Pleasant Grove Road will be it did east from US-301 several earlier council certificate; Howell R. Herman Glen Nettles and per month unless the city

A_..... T......I U, utility lines. Tucker was in the county's hands in the several years ago. There meetings. "If more citizens Margolit, $26, and Marvin Neal Norman Golden were could "kick in" some of its
T.120.000. told by the DOT represen- next several weeks. The DOTIs would be two driving lanes would attend our meetings Henry Ivey, $36, both for released with a warning on own mmney to reduce the
r......D.-ii. __c- tatives that there would haveto doing the engineering workon two parking lanes curb and they would know about these unlawful speed. unlawful speed charges; amount needed to be
be some minor adjustments the road and the county gutter and sidewalks. things," he declared. George Edward Davis, $13, (See Page 15) borrowed.

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Page It TELEGRAPH January 17,1974


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 By JOM&fdne Fontalm -
20 percent increase in S. S. CARD OF THANKS; By Elizabeth Cven; Walker!
statewise. Living con-
CITY NEWS Woman's Club in planting a Rev Leroy Davis, pastor
The coming
ditions embrace Tran- payemtns. dogwood tree Tuesday We wish to ,Thursday at 8 p.m. is
express out Monday
months look grim. The treat of Thursday night The Ladies
Services will
( Nutritionand is pastoral day
sportation, Housing, Council meeting Jan. 8, morning. The first graders heartfelt thanks for the many Circle will scheduled for Young People.
all other facets which $1 per loaf of bread, gas, meet at the home of begin with Sunday School at
heating oil and all other 1974: The meeting was calledto will be responsible for expressions of sympathy \Mrs Rebecca Allen. Friday 9:30.: Morning service at 11. Wednesday at 7.30: Bible Class
from the White
emerged commodities mounting at an order at 8:15: by Chairman properly caring for the extended to us in the loss of night the ladies will work at and Prayer Meeting will beheld
at 4
League m Evening
(House Conference on Aging. alarming rate will severely Ted Curtis. All members were dogwood so that it becomes a our loved one. The many the church. Dinners will be service, 6pm.p Sunday School, 10 a.m.,

1971Rep cripple the 7 percent increasein present except Mr. Trisler. beautiful flowering tree. We beautiful flowers and your sold from the kitchen which will terminate servicesfor
Frank Williams has
S. S. payments due in April There was a discussion about are grateful to the Junior Club kind words are deeply ap Saturday and Sunday Sunday New Bethel Baptist Church. the day.

organized a meeting at the Civil on and the 4 percent in July. The closing the alleys, that there for including us in their worth predated May God bless you

Transportation by Tennessee Ernie had been a request for. There while projects Timmy all.
Defense Bldg., Wednesday, song
Fessler celebrated his bir
also another alley that
Jan. 16, where Mrs. Margaret Ford, 16 tons What do you was thday on Jan. 15 ,Miss Annie
get Another Day Older and was discussed and they tabled B. Anderson and NOW OPEN
Jacks Director of Division
on couldbe !Mrs Denmark's third grade family
Deeper in Debt" carries a lot this until all the owners
Aging, Tallahassee, will contacted to see what they class is making a study of the
of for all of us.
meaning ClIt'RCIINEWSGreater
discuss this
problem us. tank five senses: sight, hearing
By the time we get these wanted to do. The septic
At our last meeting, Jan. 8, smell and touch
taste, They
and the of sewer
much needed raises, we running pipes Allen Chapel AMU
Kathy Brown, County Home be new legislation by into the open ditch from the are completing a bulletin Underwood Restaurant
Economics Agent gave us an urging board on this project. Church, Hev B. C. Williams,
will be
informative talk on nutrition. the U. S. Congress to up our houses on Highway 325 Mrs Earselene Zim pastor. Monday night the

With posters the, she aid described of colored how benefits The Escalator just to hold Clause our own.included things checked done and for get the them.necessary welcomed merman's twin sixth brothers.grade Community Allen Chapel Chorus rehearsedat Church II ivy 301 N. (3 miles north ofStlrkeJ) 964.7169

and in the S. S. Bill enactedin Mr. Tucker brought the Tuesday night the Senior
what for
to buy healthy Barry and Larry Moore from
of the
of the records
Sept. 1972 will NOT report
economical meals. Choir held rehearsal. Sunday
effective until mid 1975. If the City Council for 1973. He Hawthorne, to join them Services will begin with WEEKDAYS SAT. 8e SUNDAY
entitled "Your Worthin
Money Barry and Larry had birthdays -
that the accounts
Foods," and "Food Guide present rate of inflation reported Jan 10, Michael Sunday School at 10 a.m. 6 A.M.10 A.M.
handled last
for Older Folks" plus continues and there is no signof were incorrectly Meng had a birthday Jan. 6. Morning service at 11. Choir> : 7 A.M. 9 P.M.

Homemaker Interest abatement, our S. S. checks year. They must be kept Eddie Samon on Jan. 7, and Union will be held in Lake 4 PM10 P.M.
will be inadequate. All of us separate to satisfy the State
Program forms were Mrs. Zimmerman on Jan 14 Butler at 3 p.m. The Chi(
Food and the Federal Government.
have to for
distributed to our memberswith may Happy Birthday to all of president is asking all
The situation was
an invitation to join in. Stamp Supplements, dog them f' members to cooperate with
Betty Bennett Director of At our last meeting our discussed, but nothing was Mrs. Katherine the choir activity. Evening WEEKEND SPECIALSSaturday
usual activities were conducted accomplished as there is no
Food Stamp Office Divisionof service at 5::30. Visitor
Wigglesworth's grade
Alex and Emma place to house dogs if they are
Family Services, presenteda Mrs. June Haddock will soon be engaged in a New always welcome
Morton donated icre cream picked up.
detailed of the
explanation Skills Program. More in-
revised Food Stamp Programand Amelia Hoffman is back home attended asked if something the meeting could and be formation on this Mil be Ebenezer Baptist Church, Jan. 19Spaghetti Sunday,Jan. 20
and doing well Inez Hamiltonis
its application to low available later. Chris Mengwas Rev Leroy Davis, pastor,
clean the town. She
Medical done to
in Gainesville up
families and the Sunday School will begii\
income 11 old on Jan. 12.
trash be years
would suggested can put on
Center for She
elderly. She also used visual surgery. services at 9:43.: Morning
Mrs. Carol Shields' fifth
aids during her speech Welcome appreciate home cards to and Houston notes. the street would The be a Council good idea agreedthis and grade is winding up a study of service at 11. Evening, 6 p.mAll Roast Beef ChickenS
The State Division members and friends are
on Aging the solar This has
Driscoll after at this time there are trash &
and Marion a Dumplings
has recruited the Florida been very successful and invited to attend .
nice trip to California. cans on the streets. I
of the American Red
educational. children
Beatrice Penrose left today to The police report was givenby Many pecla
Cross to seach and find Greater Bethlehem /Fixillgs
a great and their parents enjoyed
Marshall Phillips He has
return home to New Jersey.
number of people who are Freewill Baptist Church. Rev,
viewing the comet, Kohoutek,
and 25 tickets since startingthe
We enjoyed her visit hope given
for Williams,
eligible Supplementary last Thursday evening with Jasper pastor.
she will be back soon. use of radar equipment.
Security Income which is now l\londay.night Ushers Board\
the aid of Mr Tom Casey.
He has numerous $169
being handled by the Social We meet at Pratt Street. given binoculars and a telescope No. 2 and Choir No. 3 meet, $179
and has taken
Administration. Rec Center Jan. 22 at 1 p.m. warnings Senior Choir rehearsal
Security several children home that They were also successful in
of these Joe Kerrigan Tuesday night at 7:311: Wed
Many people are were out after the curfew viewing Mars and Venus that
illiterate and do not know of evening. nesday night Prayer Meeting
hour. The streets are a little
this much needed help. now. -- .....
Volunteers are needed to help Local Students Earn quieter
Fire report: There is one
of the who
some applicants truck that is in good condition.The .
can't read or write at the Food) (Honors!! At Luke Cit other will be sent out to
Stamp Office in the old VUk mSr WEvgryPayLowPricej
have on and some
a put
Florida Bank, of
Walnut and Call corner Sts Phone Five local college studentsout minor repairs.Mr. | EveryDayLowPricc ] .
Summers reported thata
964-7310. Thank you, Kathy of 66 have qualified for the
train went through Hamptonand
Lake City Community College
Betty the lights at the crossingwere FLORIDA GRADE A'
The cost of living, running President's List for the fall Pantry
wild, 2.5 1973 term. not working REGULAR GRIND
jumped percent in
Dec 1973 alone This is much Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK FRESHFRYERS FAIR

Nancy C. Badley of Lake FIRE AUXIL1 VRY
''Isead Butler and Edwin T Prescottof

Kaiford are two of twelve A number of the area boys COFFEELB SUPERMARKETS

students that head the list with are interested in staring a STARKE'S

perfect 4.0 grade point Junior Fire Department of

.. Y averages maintained Hampton. They had a meetingto 320 SOUTH WALNUT ST
; throughout their course at WHOLE
see how many were interested -
aru.m .owr.rcuaooDDn/'
LCCC. and 26 boys attended. I .IfR 10'u luU GOOD INNUNINIsD.
lilt .
r ioR Thev will be given a card andif 75 3ge '.OHU..surf O
for Russell A. Wade of Lake
eyo the want their
parents son or
Butler. Harlan G. Lay of BAG we apleaedtoaccptA.
lone Raiford, and Phyllis Karen sons to take part in the project BAG . FOOD STAMP
will their consentby
they give -4
Hutchins of Starke have COUPONSSMOKED
the card. The -
signing boys 'L -
earned a1.0 for the
will not fires but will be
fall term. i1mM ,,.
shown films and given instruction SLICED 1/4 &/ ,
on how to prevent *nitty/ i CORNED :)

and fires.Mr.Fire Smith Chief are Fred the Phillips adults PORKa I BEEF Pork LoinSHOULDER

r- onaFro10" $f Getting/ 'home Is supposed sponsoring the meeting. There i L i;

to Ijo the best part of the was no report from the Ladies

0= 6"' flip, bring greeted hv' neigh- Auxiliary of the Volunteer BRISKETS :CHOPSp's399J
bfll''i with their
ThUn)5'ttJiSu amusing stones Fire Department ;
bR" of the rt.woiir basement

Ill 31Jh1 5n'aue utmost flooded caught: the and buiglais.how\ they SENIOR CITIZENS 1 I TO i I 2 TO

6 TO aces
69 $119
The regular meeting of 1 S LBS 3 LBPKG.
Hampton Senior Citizens will LBEveryDayLowPrke I I

be Friday, Jan. 18. Pete I .

Raffoney passed away, and
Bible Finswers: services were held at the EveryDaylowPrkeLANoiKFHOST EveryDayLowPrke

graveside in Hampton at 2pm
Uhlf.M4 M MMMV<

i r,. i 8d11"I |lu,till(llion BIRTHDAYS i3i
t u' \ ii'n.1 I )J. sub ,onclemnecl l the
nn I r, t > ., ,. .. Belated greetings to !Mrs.
i T'''' ?- < "I ii t Seaman whose birthday 4 I
:1'>l.icrennjivJ enldige the honiori of their garments And Dec. 20Barry. : MMMWTICII
"vt! to be called of men, Rabbi Rabbi But be not yet called MMMT*
and Larry Moore,
ll ihbi for one is your Master even Christ and all ye are brethren
twin sons of !Mr, and Mrs A.
.1/; call no man your father upon the earth for one IS your :
D. !Moore, celebrated their PILLSBURY
i "iilifr, which IS in heaven Neither be ye called masters for one I 126 COUNT
birthday on the 10th and 11th PUNCH
\otitMdster< even Christ (Man 235101. Nonce that Jesus 'WRY DAY
'I"i"',k.e of two ways bv which these religious leaders distinguIshed of January. They were 12 Pride CAKE I1OWPR/Cf/ !
old.Mary .
', i 'msplves their dress and their titles, Jesus condemned both'' years LAUNDRY i j
Lou Peeples, Jan. 13.
1 II" principal of this passage certainly applies today It m.nt'"ol
i i tn i oiled R.ibbi or 'Master" or llher"rellglouslv.. Net Griffen, Jan. 13.
Tracy Bradley, Jan. 13. DETERGENT TEA BAGS MIXES
t 11 !they should, not be called Reverend ; !
Arneth !Meece, who was 9

'I I i, .iIIt, iiol' | ii,it'll, Ri'veiend today is not only unsci pt oral 'in" years old on Jan. 15

!,,. II t \but ,n t ('nmotps mother inibrnpuiral idea of the supposed Sheila Curtis was 16 years ;
,. old Jan. 15, and !Mr and !Mrs 840Z ;
t i i> "i n 'htn.lr|i c11 I i 1.1'>''1,1,111 I system There is to be no m99S68CS; \ 3lEveryDayLowPrke
,,, Ted Curtis, her parents, are
I" 'n'' I Li'istn''' tv ''or ,is -It'sus sand lye are /
Sweet Sixteen dance j
"vv I, i I,of'' its' tin, pn.uhir dbove other Chnsbant s t hvI giving a BOX

I I ''' h,.".c"fi r'd I (I'i'spii',isini, ( before Got) tor .,.1 t "i .ii for her at the Hampton City 1

,, ". Hall Jan. 18.
i t'h t Jt" sus is well is 'he ipostii' lui
,, ,, > } JesiGil' 328 Gertrude Slade, Jan 17. V
i I v ire ill "nt 'I ( err tit 1 m EveryDayLowPrke BonusBuyc
Patty Williamson is _
,. .. ',' "t
i I''N \ !U ""'" t *'r' "IS
celebrating Saturday with a n ciu wM n PLUMP TENDER H JU FRI.K

Southside Church of Christ party at the Hampton City i1' California SNOW-WHITE FLORIDA
Hall. Her birthday is Jan. 20. fj

i s I(1.i" ([i i Si'vivess ;
., .1 ,11., SCHOOL SE\\S [ 1
i Bibit, S. 1'1. 4 89<

,, Mrs Clark's first
v V'. SI, tairs' grade
class is looking forward to
t assisting the Starke Junior NESTLE 100 o PURE FLORIDAGELATINS

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.. Vol.!I r STARKK. FLORID 15 Cents
No.27 Thursday January 21,1971 'opy

2 Sentenced On Drug COUI1l8

Judge Theron A. Yawn charge of unlawful possessionand Local Officials Name Problems
sentenced two young men to 5 delivery of cannabis and
Newman for and
years probation on drug possession
charges in Circuit Court delivery of a central nervous
Monday, January 21. system depressant and hallucinogenic -
Earl Wayne Murray, 22, of drug.
Starke and Tommy Newman, Both defendants f
22 years, also probation of Starke each.were given 5 previously entered not guiltySee had To Face Bradford Area ITI Futurer

Murray was sentenced on a ( Page 4))

1 Land use, drainage

roads, garbage disposal

joint city-county zoning Bryan Re-elected

and subdivision

regulations were among

'''r'rw projections of future needsof
f ; r Bradford County and its Board ChairmanSecond
i four municipalities given a

'I I L'l state official Monday. term Commissioner ment of the Bradford County
George Gould, com- Ralph Bryan has been named Volunteer Fire Department.
munity affairs specialist cnairman of the County Bryan is an employee of the
Commission for the second DuPont Company's Employer
with the Division of
the board Relations
straight year as Department. He is
N I f 1, Technical Assistance of the reorganized Jan. 8 for the new entering the second year of his
I Department of Community year. second four-year term on the

1'Ii Affairs of the State of (See Page 4)

Florida, quizzed five local

& : city and county officials for

( some three hours Monday SmithHeads

r t" i $ Jan. 21, seeking detailed
I I information about the
1 1I
f., / 1y community's problems.

With an eye toward possible
r ...t 1 I It planning funds for feasibility r
: r studies through the state Union
t Department of Community
Affairs (DCA), Gould at-
tempted to pin down major

.p, ,W problems or needs the cities BoardAt
J1 r
and county will face in the

n r coming few years. the regular meeting of
4y, l f Faced with a predicted the Union County Com
1, I.t doubling of the area's 'if missioners held early this
population in the next five month, Felton Smith was
years County Commission elected chairman of the
Chairman Ralph Bryan, board, and C U. Crews as
.. Starke Mayor Neil Tucker, Ralph Bryan vicechairman.In .
.' and Lawtey Mayor Gene other matters coming to
.' $ Pearson gave freely of their Bryan was in October the attention of the boardA :
# / time Monday in the unusual elected president of the
i; ; request was received by
Florida Crown Conference of
meeting. Also attending were the board from S. M. Brown.
p r4 0- t : Zoning Director L. M. Gaines, Local Governments, a nine Jr., for the commitment of
,,.. ; whichhe
through whom the meetingwas county organization on funds for the construction of a
organized, and Zoning has served several years. 1,400 square foot building to
As the Bradford commission'srepresentative
Board Chairman John Torode. house the Agricultural
Gould first made a list of to the nine Stabilization and Con

P. I rr'I projects, then quizzed the county charge group,of Bryan Bradford'srepresentation has beenin servation Service. Facilitiesare
officials about each one-what also to be provided for the
the community is doing now in in organizationof Farmers Home Ad-
I'I the formed
each area,what has been donein newly ministration and the Brad-
Medical Care
the past, and how far future Emergency ford-Union offices of the
planning has proceeded.One Program, having here. done the Federal Crop Insurance.

project currently organization Approval was given to the

nearing completion is the joint The chairman also project with the stipulationthat
land Bradford the offices will be locatedin
city-county represents
front l-r), Newman second Glen Mullins Charlotte Whitehead, use study County
Straight A students at Bradford High are: row : row Lake Butler.
done on the District
being by a team from the 5 Mental I
Anna Hankerson, Jody Harper, Eoline: Green and Lisa Jan Searle, and Johnny Hobbs: third row. Steve Hall, Curtis Urban and Regional Health Board, a 10-county -The commissioners approved -
White, Forrest Trisler and Ricky Jackson.
payment of $1,781 fire
Development Center underDr. organization centered around
Robert H. Heighten, Jr., Alachua County. insurance premium on the
assistant director. was also the hospital at the request of W B.
Heighton Bryan com-
19 Earn Straight-A's At BHS reported Monday that public mission's appointee to see Lewis, chairman of the Boardof
presentation of his team's what could be done about Trustees of the Union
land use of the providing fire for County Hospital.$20 .
county protection
A group of 19 students 1,200 attending for the secondsix statistics vocabulary review, -Charlotte Whitehead, Starke. Osteen's class is and each maps city is set for 7:30: non-incorporated areas of the per month paymentswere
earned straight A's at weeks, which ended Nov. office aide,and she is now out daughter of Mr.\ and Mrs.\ A. Agriculture Placement p.m., Feb 7, a Thursday. He county. In that poisition, he authorized to be paid to
Bradford High School of some 26. for tennis. B. Whitehead, Starke. Miss Katrina Coleman, showed the local officials five was instrumental in laying the five names on the county'sSee
The second six weeks honor -Gloria Mosley\ daughterof Whitehead's classes are
(See Page 13)) (See Page 15)) groundwork for the establishno (
.' ,..,. roll, those earning grades of B Mrs. Annie Bell Mosley, clothing construction band
or higher, numbered 94, about Starke. lIissIosley! takes Humanities, teacher's aide.
OSI1 l ..'aI rirr seven per cent of the student English and teacher's aide.
-Steve Hall son of Mr. and
body.Straight-A students are: -Forrest Trisler, son of !Mr. !Mrs. Rodney Hall, Theresssa.
SENIORS and Mrs. Ralph Trisler Hall's classes are Algebra III, FHA Gives Renewed Life
Hampton. Trisler's subjectsare Humanities, American
-Anna Hankerson, forestry, wildlife
Literature, Physics, DraftingII.
daughter of Mr. and !Mrs. management and library aide .

Willie Hankerson, Starke. for two periods. -Ricky Jackson, son of Mr.
Miss Hankerson's subjectsare -Curtis White, son of Mrs. and !Mrs. W. T. Jackson, Sr., To Water
,-. teacher's aide and sewing. Idella White, Lawtey. White's Starke. Jackson's classes are Lawtey's SystemLawtey

Bobbv Jenkins, son of subjects are Spanish, English, Communication and Expression -
Mrs. Zeporah Jennings, and library aide. Humanities,Library .. -

BAKE SALE Lawtey. Jenkins' subjects are -Lisa Newman, daughterof Aide Drama. city attorney Gene According to FHA loan. At the last meeting of these indicated they wanted
Starke Elementary Spanish II, teacher's aide. Mr. and Mrs John -Joey Sapp, son of Mr. and Shaw said yesterday that the calculations, it would require Marshal M. M.\ Jordan said their names withdrawn in
Saturday,Jan.26 Humanities, debate and Newman, Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Joe D. Sapp, Lawtey. Farmers Home Administration 200 customers for the water that more that 190 signatureshad view of the utility tax. It was
9 a.mNoon speech, drama and chorus. Miss Newman's courses are Sapp's classes are Teacher's had given the service to retire the $371,764 been obtained, but several also stated that several of the
Front of Food Fair Mjalmar 1 !McMillan! Assistant Coach at the Starke Aide, Poultry Productions, city another chance to signers were not owners of the
daughter of !Mr and !Mrs. Elementary School and Agriculture Products. resurrect its proposed water property to be served, whichis

Merrill McMillan.! Starke. Americanism vs. Communism Mike! Osteen, son of Mr system project which was a requirement of the
2 Youths
PTAMEETINGSouthside Miss McMillan's courses are Chemistry II, defeated at the last council Jailed
bookkeeping, business Algebra III. and Mrs. Howard L. Osteen,
Bern. meeting by failure to get a
Monday Jan,287:30p.m. second to motion to proceed. Abbie !Massey, secretary of

School: Cafeteria. County Declines SR-16 Expenditure Pearson Mayor said Commissioner it was possiblethat Gene For Drag Racing cerned the newly Citizens organized Committee Con-of

a referendum would be -- Lawtey, said that group was
still interested in water ser-
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY Refusing to commit local to the city's utility lines, but plans to do the paving itself. held on the issue to determinethe of County Judge Elzie Sanders valid driver's license; vice for Lawtey, but the
road funds on State Depart. no dollar value could be Skinner was told to proceed wishes of a majority sentenced two young Robert Lee Day and Ronald members thought the Council
Monday Jan,28 Lawtey citizens, and that the Jacksonville men to 10 days in Wayne Campbell. $51 each for
ment of Transportation plansto placed on the project. only with engineering work. had gone about the matter "in
7:30: p.m. widen and "There is matter would be discussed at jail for drag racing on US-301 unlawful speed; Norman Earl "
Fellowship Hal repave SR-16 no way, simply no Chairman Ralph Bryan told of the wrong way. She said that
eight-tenths of a mile west the the next regular meeting South.At Evans, $36 no valid driver'slicense
Methodist\ Church way city can become Skinner that the board wants in the past, when visitors had
from. US-301, the County involved in a large" expenditure DOT to do the engineeringwork the Commission on Feb. 4. the traffic session of ; and Raymond Henry attended Council meetingsthey
Commission on January' 13, at the present on Crawford Road too. A large delegation at a county court Tuesday, Ken- Williams, $36, for unlawful were not always made to
tabled a request to spend up to time," Mayor Tucker stated. Skinner said there is nothingnew special Commission meetingon neth Edwin Dickinson, 21, and speed. feel welcome.At .
MEDICAL EMERGENCY SERVICEDial $23,000 for purchase of rights- The city might consider an to report on the SR-18 Jan. 15 charged that Robert Benjamin Mills, 23, Ernest Lee Robinson, $15,
of-way for construction expenditure of $20,000 if that paving project Brooker to L'S- citizens signing up for the received sentences of 10 days no valid driver's license; the last special meeting
9646161or easements. would do the job Tucker said, 301, which has been placed on water service had been misled each in the county jail from Reyes Guerro Montelongo, attorney Shaw told the
but said that a large expenditure the DOT'S future projects list. into thinking the minimum charges brought against them $$1, for unlawful speed; Commission that it was
1800342.1516 Several commissionersstated like $120,000 is out Skinner said DOT could go as charge of$6 per month wouldbe by City Police Officer M. L. Ronald Dwight Perry, $26, for financially feasible, to con-
Toll Free they are still puzzled as of the question.It far as to list the road on a map their only expense in Sibley. running a red light; Glen struct the system with the
to why the state DOT wants to could cost up to $23,000 to and go as far as taking aerial getting water service., They Sibley arrested Dickinsonand Hahn Kollen and William $371,764 loan, using all or
pave that particular section of purchase construction photographs.The board asked said they had signed the Mills on January 5 for Richard Reinert, $15 each for the city's "nest egg'partof of
will Insure Im-
mediate road when so many other easements Deputy District that DOT go that far. agreement without being racing their automobiles no valid inspection certificate. around $70,000 to put into the
medical technicians response by and qualified places need paving more than DOT Engineer Walt Skinner The board would like to informed that a 10 percent within the city limits on south Howard Forrest Register pot in order to keep the I,
a rescue SR16. told the board, if it Is have SR-18 repaved since it is utility tax would also be leviedby US-301. $36, for unlawful speed; minimum rate to consumers !
for transportation to a Starke !Mayor- necessary to go to court. narrow and its condition Is the city as a guarantee to Other cases disposed of in Robert Jay Preyss, $36, for at $6 month.
hospital for
treatment. Commissioner Neil Tucker Skinner said the state owns steadily worsening, but the FHA that a $371,764 loan for traffic court Tuesday were: unlawful speed; Paul Dale per ,
also told the DOT representatives enough right-of-way for the county lacks secondary road the system would be repaid. Earl DeSue, $15, for havingno Brown, $15, no valid Inspection Due to inflated costs during
Cw.f1t that appeared at the $400,000 construction job on funds it will take to purchase Pearson said there had beenno valid drivers license; John certificate; Charles the past year, the council had
commission meeting !Mondaythat SR-16. right-of-way. intent to mislead anyone, D. Winer, $46, for unlawful Presley, $15, no valid driver's been told by its engineers that
(SnmmiiniUj the city has no resourcesat The county board was told The state plans to widen SR- and that the 10 percent utilitytax speed; George Washington license; Oscar Wesley Davis the minimum charge would
&'tiiIr'ank the present time to become that paving plans for the 16 In Starke west from US-301 had been discussed at Cruce, $36, no valid inspection $36, for careless driving. have to be Increased to $7.10
involved in extensive moving Pleasant Grove Road will be as it did east from US-301 several earlier council certificate; Howell R. Herman Glen Nettles and per month unless the city
*. N. .i.rd of utility lines. Tucker was in the county's hands in the several years ago. There meetings. "If more citizens Margolit, $26, and Marvin Neal Norman Golden were could "kick in" some of its
1. U.
T.120.000.r told by the DOT represen- next several weeks. The DOTis would be two driving lanes would attend our meetings Henry Ivey, $36, both for released with a warning on own mmney to reduce the II
r.....0.- ___c-,.. tatives that there would haveto doing the engineering workon two parking lanes, curb and they would know about these unlawful speed. unlawful speed charges; amount needed to be
be some minor adjustments the road and the county gutter and sidewalks. things," he declared. George Edward Davis, $15, (See Page 15) borrowed.JULIAN .


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Payne-Giddens Starke Elem. PTA Given For

Set for Feb. Luncheon MeetingThe Engagement Bake Sales PlannedThe ,., Miss Norman, BrideelectMiss

The date for the Mother's Retired Teachers of Marion A. Starke Elementary dID '' 'Yip'Yipr Teila Norman, bride- Miss Norman was honored '
!Mr. and Mrs.
March of the March of Dimes PTA is to have miscellaneous shower
Bradford and Union Countiesmet planning a dhq elect, was honored at three at a at
drive has been changed from last Thursday for a Payne announce the bake sale once a month for the showers during the past week. the Officer's Club at Camp
Jan. 27 to Sunday, Feb. 3, covered dish luncheon in the engagement and approaching remainder of the school year. f fa fy On Thursday night, Jan. 10, Blanding on Thursday, Jan.
to Mrs. Linda marriage of their daughter, This Jan. 26, the
according Kay Methodist Fellowship Hall. Saturday Miss Norman was complimented 17, at 7:30 p.m.
Johns, chairman for the Mrs. Francis Uarisen:: Becky Lou, to Carl Ellis PTA is asking the cooperationof at a bridal shower The tables were covered I
Junior Woman's Club. presided over the meeting and Giddens, son of Mr. and Mrs.. all parents with children in ; given by Miss Colleen Nichols with white lace cloths, and the :
Richard Page of Highland.The
appointed a committee to the 3rd, 4th and 5th grade Miss Karen Reddish and Miss center table held two silver
Beta Sigma Phi revise the constituion. The event of wedding Feb. 23 will at the be First[an classes in furnishing baked a Donna Prevatt at the home of candelabras with red tapers
for the sale. of
group is planning to sponsor a Baptist Church of Starke. goods the latter on N.Walnut Street. and an arrangement red
To Hear Topic on Defensive Driving Course at The bride-electwillbea 1974 Parents are asked to please : The refreshment table was camellias.
the Vo-Tech School which will bring their baked goods to the covered with an ecru hand- Greeting guests at the door
graduate of Bradford High
''Self front of Food Fair on Saturday Airs Gerald Griffis.
Analysis'Beta be open to the public. School with early completionof f embroidered cloth and cen was
!Mrs. A. Russell Norman in between 8:45: and 9:00: a.m. j tered with an arrangement of Pouring coffee from a silver
will courses January.
Sigma sorority These sales are planned to ; coffee service was Mrs.
showed slides and told of her daisies.
!Air Giddens is in the U. S. white and yellow
meet at the home of Mrs. Carl help finance various PTA Chester Wise and Mrs. Allen
trip to Norway. .f ; tr Games were played duringthe
Air Force,presently stationedat
Johnson Keystone
projects.One recent project of and Chesser poured punch. Other
hours prizes
Jan. 28 at 7:30: p.m. with Loring Air Force Base in the PTA is the new sign being .., awarded.party hostesses assisting in servingwere
Mrs. Wayne Donahoo as co- Eastern Star Maine. erected in front of the The hostesses presented the : Mrs. D. B. Raulerson,
hostess. elementary school. l r '' ) honoree with an electric knifeas Mrs. Marion Combs and Mrs. ,
Members are reminded to SouthsidePTAThe The success of these bake Reese Scott.
their books for Starke Chapter 224, Eastern a memento of the occasion.
bring program sales the
on 70
an open discussion on the Star, wiil have a covered dish of the ':i, The 45 guests included Mrs. Approximately peoplewere
cooperation attend,
parents. invited to including -
program, "Self-Analysis." supper Saturday, Jan. 26, at 7 Southside ElementaryPTA Next month parents with ,; Leroy Norman, Jr.? mother of Mrs. Leroy Norman,
Books and magazines are p.m. at the Masonic Hall. All will meet Monday, Jan. children in the 4th grade will the honoree. Jr., mother of the bride-elect. I,
also needed so they may be Masons and their families are 28, at 7:30: p.m. in the school be asked to furnish the baked ':
donated to the book shelf at invited to attend. cafetorium. goods for the sale. { ---- Shower Given ,
the Nursing Home.
Mrs. Lundy Prater and Mrs.
Dorothy Elaine Rhoden Weds Vernon Reddish gave a bridal For Mrs. Nugent, I
shower at the home of the
Denmark Furniture Co. John Richard Kite, Jan 11 1 latter Tuesday night, Jan 15, Recent BrideMrs.

for Miss Norman.An Jimmy Nugent, the
Miss Dorothy Elaine Miss Sandra Leach servedas arrangement of mixed former Marcia Clemons, a
434 W. CALL ST. PHONE 964-5827 STARKE, FLORIDA Rhoden, daughter of Mr. and maid of honor and the orchids in a cupid dish was recent bride was honored at a
Mrs. W. C. Rhoden, and John bridesmaids were Miss highlighted on the piano. The bridal shower Friday night
Richard Kite son of Mr. and Catherine Lewis, Miss Diane dining room table was Jan. 18, given by Mrs. Pete
Ge Mrs. L. J. Kite, Sr., all of !A1ooreand Mrs.Mike Rhoden. covered with a green lace Luke Mrs. Henry Wigginsand
Starke, were united in The gowns of all attendantswere cloth and held an Mrs.! Fred Bennett, Sr at
t'd marriage Friday evening, fashioned similar to the arrangement of camellias as home of the latter.Arrangements .
clJ (jJ I] (!J (jJ U3 ,e ill [$ Jan.First 11,Baptist at 7:30: o'clock Church in the of sheer bride's.of They lavender were, pink flocked and the Reddish centerpiece.and Airs Miss Ervin Lisa camellias and azaleas of were pink

Starke. The ceremony was yellow over deep purple Andrews assisted in serving. used in decorating the party
performed by the Rev. Ben crepe. All attendants carried Games with prizes were rooms for the occasion. The
ONLY 9 DRAWERATTAGNED Bryant. bouquets of lavender, pink enjoyed by the 25 guests refreshment table was
PECAN Highlighting the altar were and white carnations and iris. during the party hours,7:30: to covered with a lace cloth and
PILLOW BACK baskets of pink, lavender and !Miss Tracy Davis was 9 p.m. Guests included Mrs. centered with a bride and
FINISH Dresser white carnations and iris flower girl and Mike Leroy Norman,Jr., mother of groom on bell-shaped base
Chair STRIPE FABRIC Triple against a background of Christmas was ring bearer.L. the honoree. encircled with pink camelliasand
J. Kite, Jr. served his
branched candelabras with The hostesses presented the fern.
REG. lighted tapers.Traditional brother as best man. Ushers honoree and her mother with
Bride bingo was played and
REG.149.95 ClOSS Out $119" 139.95 Close Out at 59995 wedding music were Guy Padgett, Gary orchid corsages as they prizes awarded to (the win-
was presented by Mrs. Mona Prevatt and Mike Rho<.len. arrived and also gave Miss ners..
1 ONLY 2 PC 5 DRAWER Canova, organist, and Miss Following the ceremony a Norman a serving piece of her The 16 guests included Mrs.
Carol Hardy, soloist. reception was held in the chosen china pattern as a Roy Clemons, mother of the
Sofa Bed Suite The bride, given in church fellowship hall. memento of the occasion. honoree.NOTICE.
Chest WHITE FRENCH PROVINCIAL marriage by tier father, chosea Guests were greeted at the .
and - - - -
GOLD TWEED FABRIC gown of flocked sheer and door by Mrs. Dave Paulk
bridal satin. Her chapel length presented to the receiving line
REG. 124.95 mantilla was made of a double composed of the bride and
REG. 119.95 Close Out $9995 Sale $9995 layer of sheerest candelight groom, their parents and
illusion bordered by a band of bridal attendants. Mrs. L. J.
SET OAK DOUBLE: SIZE: lace. She carried a bouquet of Kite,Jr.kept the bride's book. ALL WEDDING VVRITEUPS
white roses and ivy. The bride's table held a bud
Occasional Tables ./AVOCADO VELVET ,, ,;I\ : vase with a red rose and AND PICTURES
i % arrangements of pink and
; :Tufted Head Boarcl'tREG. Tina Chasteen 1 MUST BE TURNED IN
2 END TABLES &: 1 COFFEE TABLED. lavender flowers were used on
SLIGHTLY USED Celebrates 12th the punch tables.Mrs. Chester WITHIN TWO WEEKS OF WEDDING DATE
Wise and Mrs. Samuel C. Wise
REG. 74.85 PERSET: : Now $4991 99.95 CIOS6+ Out $7995 cut the wedding cake. OTHERWISE THEY CANNOTBE
Birthday Jan. 19 Assisting in serving were
FIBER Mrs. Joey Buckles and Mrs. PUBLISHED AS NEWS.
hairs Odd Beds and Tina Lea Chasteen Durel Key of Palatka, and
Swivel celebrated her 12th birthday Mrs. Edward Christmas and
Saturday night, Jan. 19 when Mrs. Kenny Chitty of Starke.In .
TANGERINE, TURQUOISE & BEIGE ]Head E Boards her parents,Mr. and Mrs. Jim charge of the reception was Your Cooperation
Chasteen,gave a party for her Mrs.! Leonard Moore. Passingout
and 24 boys and girls from the rice bags were Terry Sue
REG. 26.15 EACH l NOW $1895 SALE PRICED Starke and Raiford area. and Kathy !Moore of Will Appreciated<<
The party was held in the Gainesville.
carport at their home at State After a wedding trip to
LivinF Rovm Good Selection Farm. A chicken barbecue South Florida the couple will Bradford County 'Telegraph
Suites : dinner was served from tables reside at Sampson City, Rt. 2,
covered with red and white Starke.
bandana cloths with mat-
ching napkins. The group '
COIL SPRING BASES -SELF DECKED Used BeddingLaZBoy enjoyed a scavenger hunt
GENUINE RUBBER CUSHIONS games with prizes and dan-
cing during the party hours.At -ftACC" t.
CHOICE OF FABRICS & COLORS 9:30: p.m. birthday cake
and ice cream were served.
R ec I- a- Assisting in serving were Mr. Make MemorableSt.
Saves70REG. and Mrs. Harold Skeen. a

..399.95 |Now 329" SALE PRICED Rockers Martie Joyce Denmark SandersonTo Valentine's Day

1 ONLY GOOD USEDOccasional Wed March 17

Chair Swivel RockersGLOVE Mr.and Mrs.S. G. Denmark Thursday, February 14

SOFT OLIVE VINYL announce the engagement and
VINYL FABRIC approaching marriage of their

REG.149.95 Close Out $1 09** daughter, Joyce Louise, to i 4cr
$2495 $15 !Marlie Joseph Sanderson, son
of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. San
2-3 PCS. LIVING ROOM GROUPS USED: derson of Raiford.
The wedding will take place
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1 ONLY WHITEOccasional The Bradford County
CLOSE' OUT on AllSamsonite Hospital Auxiliary general
Chair meeting will be held !Monday Hallmark cards Stationery
night, Jan. 28, at 7:30: p.m. in
BISCUIT TUFTED BACK Luggage the Methodist Fellowship The special touch. When you care A personal gift that Hallmark I
Hall. enough to send the very best. makes so easy to give.

REG. 139.95 Close Out $7995 in Stock with The Mrs.Teenage Linda Volunteers Kay Johns, I

and Mrs James Lawson, as
ONLY ODD PINE: chairmen, will serve refresh Pangburn's I

y i : ;:,:." Sofa x : Night Tables ments.Class of 1960 Valentine Chocolates

t '
? To Plan Reunion

-H i t. EG:189.95.; Sale $ X195 >REG, 59.95 Sale $395 ; .,
Members of the BHS Classof
1960 are asked to meet Feb.
4 at 204 Thompson Street Pee(
Wee Nursery) at 7:30: p.m. to
make plans for a class '
E reunion. ,
MOMe trE" Denmark Furniture Co. of Starke '

outf *\SvS ii PCI sniritrBiii. 03 0 Mr.and Mrs.Jan Douglas of "1.
Tallahassee spent Friday and
Saturday with her parents.
Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger.
The Bellingers also had as Mitchell's Drug Store
Saturday overnight guests,
434 W. CALL ST. PHONE 964-5827 STARKE, FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hartzellof 127 E. CALL ST. STARKE.
Orange City. FLORIDA



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January 21,1971 TELEGRAPH Pages :,

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1 Mrs,W II. Hart,Mrs. Edith
Christiansen, Mrs. John
Dr. Gary Segal, formerly of Mrs. Esma Yongue and Mrs. Pearl Colson, Mrs. r Jenks Paula Jenks and Kevin WE
Jerico, Long Island, presently Mrs. Thelma Dean of Fair- Edith Christiansen,Mrs. John Crawford spent last Friday in
employed as a dentist at the field were Sunday visitors of Jenks,Pauls Jenks and Kevin Wildwood with Mrs. L. W.
Recreation and Medical Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. Crawford spent Saturday Strickland.Mrs .
Center in Lake Butler, spent sight-seeing at White Springs. t, O
the weekend at Disney World. Mrs. Myrtle Anderson Kate Sheppard Is
Dr. Segal is a frequent visitorof visited Mr. and Mrs. John Local admittances to n ;., visiting Mrs. Letha Dennis in NEED .
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteenat Anderson in Callahan last Bradford County Hospital this Fort White.
Raiford.Mr. Thursday and Friday.Mr. week inclue: Mrs. Mary _
Williams, Ronald Noegel, Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller
and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and Mrs. John E: William Gilliard, Buford .1 and Mrs. Nancy Gunter
visited Mr, and Mrs. J. B, Patterson of Kane, Pa. are McKinney,Mrs Vera Nugent, \ _' visited Mr. and Mrs. Ogden
Dansby in Perry Sunday.Mr. guests of Mrs.A. J. Barry and Mrs. Frankie Jackson, James Bates in Jacksonville Sunday
family. Mrs. Barry and Barbour, Mrs. Louise
and Mrs. I. C. Early children, Adrienne and Drew Newman, Aaron Sumner, jii ( Seaman Vincent St. John of USED
spent the weekend with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson, andMr. Walter Holloway and Mrs. Port Canaveral was home for
and Mrs. Amos Sanford in and Mrs. F. H. Kramer Esther Williams, Starke; the weekend.
Astatula.Mr. spent the weekend at Disney Ralph Tillis and Mrs. Virginia .
World. Grizzell, Keystone Heights; Cary Nazworth returned _
and Mrs. LaRue Mrs. Mary Ditter, Hampton; Monday after undergoing
Williams and sons of Ormond Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harrisof Carl Johnson, Hawthorne; surgery last Wednesday in CRRS
Beach spent the weekend with Anna, Ill. were recent Mrs Linda Higginbotham, \ Riverside Hospital.
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lawtey; and Allen Mc- : .. \.k _
A. Colson. Early. Callister, Waldo. Mr and Mrs. J. H Moncrief
visited her sister, Mrs. Sybil
Sam Mitchell of Lake City Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. P. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Ruby Victoria Underhill, Betts, In Quincy over the
was a guest last week of Mr. L. Bridges, Mrs. L. A. Canova Williams spent the weekend weekend.Mr. Q
and Mrs. Lester Crews. and Mrs. W. H. Hart attendedthe with his mother, Mrs. Mr. Beauregard Exchange VowsMiss
funeral of Mrs. Daisy Charlotte Williams, in Eustis. .and Mrs.J. W. Mathews
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Fielding in Fort White Sun Ruby Victoria Underhill and she carried a bouquet of returned to their home in
Harrington and daughters of day. Mr. and Mrs. John daughter of Gladys white pompoms and baby's Clinton, Tenn. Tuesday after During The Next
Ormond Beach visited Mr, breath with and lilac
Mussoline and daughter of Johnson and O. J. Underhill, pink 10 days visit with Mr. and
and Mrs. C. N. Christy Sunday Mrs. John Jenks, Mrs. Pa la Ik a were Sunday dinner and Ronald Robert streamers.A Mrs. Tullie Norman and
Candy Dennis and Mrs. Trond guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Beauregard, son of Mrs. Joan small reception followedat relatives.
Sundem spent Monday in Whitehead.Mr. Beauregard of Gainesville, the home of the bride's
Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwelland Gainesville with Mrs. Alice were united in marriage on mother. The bride's table was Mr.and Mrs. P D. Fancher, 30 DaysThe
grandchildren, Jason and Royster Morgan.Mr. and Mrs W. H, Jan. 18 at 8 p.m.at the home of covered with light green cloth Jr. were on a camping trip
Shane Johnson, visited Thomson of Monticello were the bride's stepfather and and centered with an with the Ramblin Gators
:Manneland Sunday. and Mrs. Ronald last Friday visitors of Mr. and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Frank arrangement of white roses. Trailer Club at Lake City
Crawford of Ocala were Mrs. Brian Hamilton, Miss Johnson, in Starke Mrs. Barbara Robinson cut Friday to Sunday.
Mr.and Mrs. J. D. Seymourwere Tuesday night dinner guestsof Lillian Stump, and Mrs. J. W. The couple repeated the the cake, assisted by Mrs. Minutemen Will Be Ready
in Tampa Monday and Mrs. W. II Hart. They took Griffin. vows before an arch of white Voncille Robinson.The !Mrs Mable Whisler of
Tuesday on business, and also their son, Kevin, home with candles with stands of green punch table was Centerville, Iowa, and Mrs.
visited their son, Douglas them after his visit for several Dave Paulk of Crosby Lake fern. Rev. William C. Lovell covered with a light green Carletta Orelup of Merriville. To Give You Their Very Best
Seymour.Miss days with his grandmother, and Lannie Thompson of performed the nuptials. cloth and centered with a Saturday to
Mrs. Hart. Gainesville spent Wednesdayand Alvin Underhill, brother of punch bowl encircled with red Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs.
Connie Chasteen was Thursday shad fishing on the bride, served as best man. roses Garl !Matthews Mrs. Whisler Minutes. Because They Want
the St. Johns River near Karen Law, sister of the Miss Cheryl Robinson and
on the Dean's list at the Mr.and Mrs Charles Fieldsof and !Mrs. Orelup were
University of Sanford. groom, attended as maid of Sharon Cowart greeted guestsat hostesses at a luncheon
Georgia for the Jacksonville visited Mrs. J. the door. You In A New 74 Chevrolet
honor. She dress or
past quarter. H. Fields Sunday afternoon. wore a pink Monday for a few friends at
Lee Hardenbrook, who has with white trim and carried a The couple is residing at the Holiday Inn celebrating
enlisted in the U S. Army, left bouquet of white carnationswith Jacksonville Beach. Mr and Mrs. Mathews' 62nd
Tuesday for eight weeks pink ribbons. The bride was employed asteacher's wedding anniversary.Mr. Olds and They're Out To Get
training at Fort Jackson, S. C The bride, given in aide and secretaryfor
NOTICE marriage by her father, worea NYC and Head Start. and Mrs. George
!\ and Mrs. Herbert long white empire style The groom is assistant Huggins visited relatives in Your Clean Used Car.
Thomas spent the weekend gown with deep purple sequins manager for an air conditioning Macon and Eastman, Ga. last
Graduating SeniorsTHE with their son-in-law and outlining the neck and bodice. firm in Jacksonville. Tuesday to Friday.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs Her short veil was secured
LOCAL NATIONAL James McNeely, and with while clusters of pearls, 5 Students To Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
daughter in Lakeland.Mrs. Goldwire visited Mr. and Mrs.
GUARD UNIT Ashley Goldwire in Waycross,
11.I.! McRae visited Kite-Rhoden Be In UFMusicFestival Ga. over the weekend.Mr. .
720 EDWARDS ROAD her son-in-law and daughter, BaldwinChevyOlds
Mr. and Mrs. Abdul Alivandi Wedding PartyEntertained and Mrs. A S. Harrison
9645320HAS in Tampa over the weekend. spent the weekend with her
Five local college studentswill mother, Mrs. R. T. Hipps, in
IMMEDIATE Mr and Mrs. S. G. Denmark be participants in the Waycross, Ga.
their son, Steve, and !Mr and !Mrs. L. J. Kite, Sr. President's Third Annual
OPENINGS FOR TOP QUALITY daughter. Joyce, were in entertained for their son, Festival of Music on the Mr and Mrs. Henry Anderson
Atlanta Saturday to Tuesday John, and his fiancee, Miss campus of the University of of Lynn Haven are
PERSONNEL IN attending the Furniture Mart.. Dotty Rhoden, at a seafood Florida in Gainesville, spending a month with Miss
dinner at the West Coast beginning Feb. 8. Lillian Stump and Mrs J. W.
WeldingMechanicsElectronics Out-of-town guests at the Seafood House in Gainesvilleon C. Richard Kirkland, son of Griffin.
Rhoden-Kite wedding on Jan. Thursday evening, Jan. 10, Mr and Mrs. J. T. Kirkland
AdministrationIF 11 were Mr. and Mrs. Olin following the couple's wedding Jr. of Starke, Rich' .-* ?"ott, Mrs. L. N. Pickering, Mrs. says
Baxley of Doctor's Inlet, Mr. rehearsal. son of!Mr.and Mrs.C. K. Scottof George Anderson, Mrs. W. B.
INTERESTED PLEASE APPLY and Mrs. Lee Rhoden, Sr. and During the evening, !Miss Brooker LaVon Annette !Mundy and Mrs. Cula Coran
Mr.and Mrs. Lee Rhoden, Jr. Rhoden and Mr. Kite Collins, daughter of Mr. and were hostesses at a luncheon /
720 EDWARDS ROAD and son of Ocala, Mr. and presented individual gifts to Mrs. Brady Collins of Starke, Tuesday at the Homestead
Mrs. Mark !Moore and familyof their attendants. Mrs. Ervin Jerry Williams, son of Mr. and Restaurant in Keystone
26 & 27 JAN. Gainesville, Mrs. Eula Andrews presented the honor )Mrs. Gerald Williams of Heights honoring Mr. and Thank You
Jordon !Mrs. Durel Key and guests with a decoupage of Starke, and Jimmie. Moore, !Mrs. Gar! Mathews and their
8 A.M.4 P.M. Mrs.Joey Buckles of Palatka, their wedding Invitation.Approximately son of !Mr. and Mrs. Nelson houses guests, !Mrs Mable
and !Miss Winifred Cottle of 40 guests Moore of Starke, are the local Whisler of Centerville and
Georgia. attended the dinner: participants.The !Mrs Carletta Orelup of
Festival of Music is a !Merriville, Ind.

series of four Friday night For The Fine Turnout Last
concerts by campus musical Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Glover
organizations, featuring eight and daughters were in
Sawyer Slade nationally known musical Feb. Brooksville Thursday to Week. They Sold Over 80% Of
personalities, beginning Sunday where Mr. Glover
8, and ending !March 1.
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Concerts will be held Feb. attended management a meeting. The Used Cars Listed In The Ad.
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March 1st. All concerts will
Gas begin at 8:15: pm. Although thE Old 1i/JnEA
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332 W. Madison St. 9647701CENTRAL required. Reguests for tickets i
should be addressed to Dr.
Donald McGlothhn, chair-
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University of Florida, Look
Gainesville, 32611.

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TELEGRAPH January 24.1971I

Mothers Get Lessons On Rotary Fellow Vtllu District 1 Clay Electric Meeting Set I

I Sewing for Children"Klassy Gives InsightOn Monday Night In Micldleburg

The District One meeting of Heights.
AustraliaAn Clay Electric Cooperative will Running for district directorare
Kid Klothes" is and Monday evenings at the r frJ be held Monday night at 7:30: Richard Murrhee, the

Santa Fe Community Northwest Campus, 3000 N. W. intimate picture of o'clock in the Middleburgcivic incumbent; Ray Wingate,
Richardson and
College's answer for fashion- 83rd SLThrough Australia was given at the center. O'Dann
conscious mothers who are analysis of the Starke Rotary Club last week r Main business at the George LaRue, all of the
dressing their children on students' own figures they by Keith Hopkins a past si _. .-..,; meeting will be the selectionof Keystone Heights vicinity
limited budgets.:( will be taught how to choose Rotary Fellow now taking two nominees for the post of The two polling the highest
In the Thursday evening lines colors and materials to graduate work at the District Director who will be vote at the district meetingwill

classes which are taught at enhance themselves. University of Florida.A elected at the annual meetingon have their names on the
the school's West Campus 723 Santa Fe also offers a wide native of Australia March 22 in Keystone ballot at the annual meeting..

W University Ave., range of other sewing courses Hopkins said that the con
Gainesville students will including general classes in tinent though almost as largeas ollo a1 tolloao::; ol
learn to make basic patterns beginning, intermediate and the U. S., is mostly unproductive / J
to fit their individual children advanced sewing as well as desert and most of 1
boys and girls, and will specialized instruction in the people? live in the more 1 ROUSSEAU: "As soon as public service

create beautifully stylish "Sewing" Techniques For fertile areas along the I1W J '1 I Iit ceases to be the chief business of the
clothing from these patterns. Knits, "Tailoring"Tricks- seacoast. He said that the W
Of-The-Trade Sewing" and citizens, and they would rather) serve
Santa Fe sewing standard of Jiving is high in
course which offers the opportunity "Winter Wonder Workshop." Australia, about on par with with their money than with their persons -
of learning how to For additional information that of the U S.
the State is not far from its fall.
visit Santa Fe's Communityand ,
design clothing for an in- Hopkins praised the Rotary Ip
dividual figure is ""Apparel Evening Programs Of- scholarship program which is
Design and Pattern Making, 1 lice 723 W. University Ave., supported by the Starke Club
which is taught on Thursday or phone 378.5311, Extension as well as others around the cTi.I
mornings at the West Campus 31, 32 or 33. world. He said this exchangeof I '
students is fostering better 1401 N.

Brick Block Class..... understanding between
nations. 1 TEMPLE AVE
A" Students An evening course in brick The speaker was accompanied -
and block laying began Jan. by Dr. Drayton 964-8911
Observe Arbor 17th at Lake .tc -
Day City Community Kinard of the University of : ,.. I
College under the instructionof Florida who is the exchange

Agricultural and Horticulture Austin Johnson.An student's sponsor.S. Starke Chief of Police Jimmy Bowen looks over one of the two new Ford Galaxies that the *
classes of the evening course in brick department recently received. Two 1972 Chevrolets were traded in on the two new cars.
Bradford Middle School and and block laying will begin The patrol car pictured above has new double blue light and according to Bowen the other
the Vocational School observed Jan. 17 at Lake City Community Fe EnrollmentUp two cars will soon have them.
Arbor Day Friday. College under the WeekendFR
Jan. 18.Arbor. instruction of Austin Johnson. 13 Per CentGAINESVILLE
240 Students Plant Trees At LawteyThe
Day has been Classes will meet Tuesdaysand
celebrated for the past 100 Thursdays 6:30: to 9:30:
importance of trees to Junior Woman's Club of forester.
years by planting trees to p.m., in the Old Main Winter all people was stressed to Starke presented a dogwoodtree A portion of the programwas I SAT S I
better. Instruction will in both credit ,
make the environment Building. term enrollment
Lawtey Elementary School which had been plantedby devoted to the history of
The Florida Department of center on the art of brick and and non-credit classes at students
Friday as some 240 first grade students earlierin Arbor Day.It .
Forestry provided the schools block laying with emphasison Santa Fe Community College participated in planting of the week.
with 100 Slash Pines to help technique and layout. has soared substantiallyabove
trees in an Arbor ob More than 240 students
Day it's true the mind is like a
complete the landscape Registration will be held at last year's record highs JAN. 25,26 & 27
servance. attended the which
projects on the two schools. If the first class meeting. Thereis for that term. program sponge I wish I could squeeze
The Division
of Forestry included selected readingsand mine out once in a while and
area residents would like to no charge for the course. The credit enrollment of
provided trees which were singing of songs. get rid of stuff I don't need
to For additional mark for
donate information is high
cuttings or 5,038 a new
planted by students in all Guest speaker John ,
was anymore. Beryl pmer m OS v $
help in the landscape project, call Mrs Dale Perkins the college and representsmore y
grades the school. The O'Meara, Bradford County ,
Lad IS Home Journal'
vour donation would be coordinator of continuing than a 13 per cent in-
greatly appreciated. education, 752-1822 extension crease over the 1973 winter nil
244. term figure of 4,429 accordingto
Dean for Records and Valentine SpecialA REGULA
Admissions Dr. Ann Bromley.
Although final figures on
non-credit enrollment have .
not been completed an BRAZIER
overall increase has also been BIG s

experienced in this categoryover 7
the same term one year r

ago.The winter term began 8x10., 5

January 3 and will continue fr'-

LHKnowing through March 22. The spring NATURAL COLOR I PER FAMILY ,
term is scheduled to begin GROUPS

March 26. PORTRAIT UP TO 4 $1.25


My NeighborsDrug $ .99 PER PERSON 'I : MOM


Mallard's 5 & 10 We have charms FIVE,

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very helpful. HOURS 10 A.M. 6 P.M.

He's just won one of the highest awards a life

insurance man can win. The National Quality Award, ..--.. --,....-<"" ""-I" ,-.... '-'" .......--"-- ,,;;;
the National "" ::: \
given by Associationof ( -. r -
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Life Underwriters. a y.CT lf _

He's got the knowledge and ability to help you Counts ..... '
protect your family or business with life, mid" e? clearance '
health or group insurance plans. (From Page 1) (
He's the one to call. l.::

to the charges at their / .,;
pleas .x..;:: .
Life -- -_ .
of Georgia arraignments held last May, -'--
but in pre-trial hearings later
BctcU=<>c4jBrings You Special Values
changed their pleas to guiltyon
1317 BLANDING STREET the charges. on Regular

Others receiving sentences anC/ SunezSI3e8eddll1p Call 964-5289
STARKE, FLA. 964-5275 Monday were Darrell Gnffis
19, for breaking and enteringto -
riwRflJ Come
commit grand larceny. or By

Griffis was put on probationfor
a period of three years. -, 128 S, Walnut St.
GAINESVILLEBusiness Also receiving a sentence of B

3 years probation was Isidro Famous Double Starke
Hernandez 41, for possession GUARANTEE

of a forged driver s license. of complete Customer satisfaction. BILL WILSON OWNER
DirectoryAUTO ,' ,
-" Guaranteed

Bryan...... ..}- "t\-\: \r',1-_ ___"\ ," and by the by Badcock your (Corporation HE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT

J J I 40 49 S.rl.r I nor your money back. .........---
SALES (From '
Page n
county commission. Bryanwas
1968 when he commissionin defeated e moro, .1.( .pina.....room thon o regular doublo bid 1 1Specas
e Interfering ma r hat d... 0.11'11"/ thick poly .
DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATIONPLUS Jerome foam foppor tnodiwm firmPoom ". 95 .-
Johns then a local oil
a :maltfoii he./ 'of vbborluK lean, l I. 11I,
30 DAY WARRANTYON dealer.In rton Sci'nfi afl I*'fg.c u'--. .... .. .
MOST CARS a lethargic no changes .. S. end ..dbo..not included/ Cempan 01 r
mood the board retained the :"- 23 f I

OWNED & OPERATEDBY same line. Veteran alignment all down the .. '-.. Quitted Queen 95'M.I '

Commissioner TWIN OR FULL SIZE M" __ .
George Roberts a former '-
; l.WUnu ul
chairman of the board Saafe/ 6i I"I."p'.g '
was + D..p qu.ll.d lop y II _
Marchant Auto Sales named vice-chairman. Both S 93 .h"pelt'fo.m leppa ..... --
o .d.m f".......NIIOhdy." I -
appointments were on "
GAINESVILLE lnm. .r th.n Thnfq Mud, ) $ 4
unanimous votes of the boardon I M.nr.u and IOnm. ..01..... t '
motions + /oundenen .. .." .. .
1636 SE 3RD AVE by CommissionerDave 3 Nmb. '.0. c.'
Paulk. Mongol eNensll.rgN' ,.d...,... .
MARCHANT WILLTREATYOU Attorney Gene Shaw of the r. d! ..r..dohon /Irma M.dwm than firmn.u Th,,'pt'(.Ioghll Madl; 1
firm of Shaw and lat.'
Kopelousos /
RIGHT Ca..pa..ol
1 ana'r
was again named county GUARANTEE $59 9s le99S loch Pleee ad '' I
Ivory Pioco of Badcock l lOuarcirtlood "'l f ,' .
AUTO SALES SERVICE BRASINGTON attorney. Also reappointed to On. landsmen Sodding ,..,. v+.11, .5 ;
were Road Department or YowrMonov Bach
Blount Pontiac
CADILLAC-OLDS.VOBILE Foreman Leon Ellington and
GMS., Inc. SALES &SERVICE Civil Defense Director Jerry Thri/tb laid I
Fine selection of Used Cars Thomas.It },..wat. ee or.Nsroc.N.e.aTWIN .
8 LOVNT Taken On Cadillac Trades also OR FULL SIZE so,33 4 PC CROUP INCIUOI I gj/ ..11.........r-...a.. "., hN...4u_hd Iw .11_ .Nn
was agreed the a w
by a 0.oa Quilted (mortaring or 3+r1 .e..- _...?N ...... mN_ ..a....}..u.hM .
2001 N.\V. 13th Ph.370-5301" commissioners 6 Orawor Doubt Dr.t 9.... '.el ..._ .. .. NN
that board 4 Nirnbw*foam Coror .... }. c. .. ..,_ ...w1MN
members in charge of different ,,.., COl3 at .Mirror, $259 9S ...._MhI.... c.. .1 hMw 1e INN
CAMPER SALES areas of county $4095Foundation T fltOt Inn. / /! e Pull l.row.w.l I Pant Ch.) lad and,.. ::: :.:'hw Mw : ::: C..Nrn.1 s-.o N;.. Nw : :::

FacloryAuthorized government will remain the StuntlHez QueenPirm :,:/ and Rail ALL 4 PIECES l 4.::=::::"M.''N" :::: Not u.a.w, 4.:":....._.. : NN Nn
Pontiac & SERVICE same as in 1973: + [ [ [ .eltN-------S 311 c.._ ...... M $ NN
SalesPartsService210N. Commissioner Eddie Allen TWIN OR FULL SIZE
:\ Main Gainesvllle.Fla. agriculture. Fair Qwiltod InnoMprfitfl" or ; Pezject Steeper Supreme
Poor Car 'C- f
372-2: : Gainenvllle. f-- Association, control M.. 1
; mosquito *S.o6995 ( IBt eX a 'i" MATTOIII 01 t
and land Mis.Commissioner. 3r,,! lath ..ru'Ye P..IO". ,InneNlln, .......,.,.. FOUNDATION A
OFFICE SUPPLIES CAMPER MART INC. Ralph Bryan fo ha. t < M 31 \ : fda>rm,to hoolififwl fdao camP w::.. *' 15 w
county library budget and a Dot*owHrtd'' Doo....-.. two TWIN 99 r "
3111 IN.Main Gainesville finance Sit IIZI IACH a't' '
zoning and land use. + { IIHCedd O 1 I nCI '' ,
BOOKKEEPING 378-2934 Commissioner Dave Paulk r A I q '
SUPPLIES T Bay Service Dept. -civil defense, motor vehicle HOLLYWOOD 'ULL

Complete Camping Store inspection. and roads.Commissioner W.al For th. Children'.!.., t fill $1! 09 9S .h .
NOW ATBRADFORD Sales: George .- (en11.NInddn nulr.r.. / r MAITIS'ULL fill AIlO'U'"C' hU'U AUI/IA 'J .,_. '
Concord.Volunteer Roberts .1 h. ko. Wloai. A.NM.d wlw mwn/ 'NO AVAllA111lAfab. I
Sm. county volunteer 11 io .a Ina bradl.' and l In.. S" 1NICNNIIA /nM DIMITY W fol.. .
COUNTY Key.l\lIdas.Adventure: fire department
TELEGRAPH96463O5 Wheels.Norrls.l\lonltor. municipalities, publicity and 95ComoUN SIZE QUEEN SIZE .
Fan. Explorer Sports Coach public improvements.Commissioner ''' *399M fcf4"; "'*. 10" la'ra''-.0 r_
Dave :::an/irr.:: h'b: ;ID"!: '279
Shuford o.n Cempar.at 3191! Co mpNN lot 1_. : ,;
STARKE courthouse health Com..*.
and welfare and recreation.

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January 21, l 7t TfCLKGKAPII PageS

TriestAwardedHealthBiiilding Horse Frolics Will Benefit Cuss !IN Discuss IBY

Because Ace Enterprises of Keystone Heights, Crews FundA
pany Palatka, architect for the Richard
Raiford contractor moment of weakness, thought You EMT
was which had previously sub- county on the project who A. eAUMON) dying. may see an
unable to supply a satisfac- mitted a bid, was awarded the recommended to the LAKE BUTLER that perhaps the EMT's of the disrobe a female patient in
tory performance bond the com- rescue squad could handle the order to do what he has to do
job at a cost of $28,774 in a missioners that the
next low Horse Frolic for
firm's low bid to remodel the special meeting of the com- bid be accepted.The the Richard Crews benefit Kidney e Happy New Year! Or is it? Joband about they called them Isn'tit to insure she may live it is no

Bradford County Health mission Tuesday, Jan. 15. The new award to Triest Fund will be the It would seem that there are time someone different than the nurse who
building has been sponsored by remembered they) called them tells the most robust of men to
rejected rejected low bid was $25,9'JO.The builder of the new Bradford more sour notes to start off
county Roping Club on and ? Isn't
by the why it about time bend and 'em to
County rejection was made on courthouse this new year than there are over drop get
was made on a Saturday Feb. 2, at the to realize
Commission. people began that
the basis of a letter from motion of Commissioner Dave pear shaped dulcet tones. an injection at our local
County Fairgrounds.Four these and
Triest Construction men women are doctor's office.
Com Architect Frank George of Shuford, chairman of the Among those receiving the
county's building committee events will be run bugle call of complaint are the paraprofessionalsand There is one thing that is
that the
III and unanimously starting at 4 p.m., and will members of Union Ambulance training they vastly different from days of
supported have received
MBMIAllriMttlMM MwBIM MM* MMMMhtt Ma by the board.At include Cloverleaf, Texas J Service, Inc., the Union in saving lives not too long ago, not just in
and the ill
rescuing and in-
Union Bradford countiesbut
County rescue squad.It .
Barrel Weave Arena
NEVER RUSTS.SAGS LEAKS'tCONTIMUOUS the meeting, the board and Jumping Figure Eight. doesn't seem to mattertoo jured puts them in among the throughout the areas that

?_ also asked Suoervtanr of There will be one high point much to anyone that the top five states in the nation have EMT's functioning to
Registration Jeneva Flynn with that training?! lives..when
save the EMT
for each class group are saving lives that
when a new list of voters trophy(Pony through Jack age Benny), her son "is in poor condition"and perhaps might have been lost Can a $200 suit that is cut arrives on the scene the

would be available. Mrs. with Tommy Reames as had lost a lot of weight in just a few months ago. It away to get at a man's chest to emergency is over! Complainif

ALUMINUM I GUTTERING' Flynn said the voter list is announcer. Entry fee is $2. recent weeks. "They found doesn't seem to matter to the give him a cardiac massage you must, I guess it's only
being purged and that won't that the poison was building complainers ranging from that will restart his stopped human, but remembe1' too,

be complete for approximately Judges will be: Gene Un- back up in his system, even the county commission to heart really matter? when the emergency is over.

30 days. derhill, Al Richardson Don after the treatments," Mrs. some of the relatives of lives Can the sleeve of a pair of you called them, .for

.. The board is interested in Connor, and Bill Blackburn. Crews said, "so they per- they have saved, that each of long suited underwear cut help..and you got it''
i formed an exploratory the men has spent more of away so an unconscious
tiGOG new jury list because thecounty's Trophies will be donated by operation Wednesday of last their time than any other victim's blood pressure can be

previous jury list has Williams Jewelry of Starke.A week and removed his spleen, volunteer group in the county taken be so valuable as to
been thrown out by the Eighth 0
which was enlarged. in class the have no less than the Chair-
rooms learning
Judicial Circuit Court in the C. B. Radio, donated by man of the Emergency
fine of
art mending the ill and
trial of 14 Florida State Prison In the course of this
Q Bill's C. B. Radio, will be injured. In fact, they have Medical Care Committee's
inmates known as the Gar- operation, Mrs. Crews said
given away to some lucky phone ringing with the vocal
over 100 in
ment Factory 14 because the person during the Horse Show. the surgeons found that his spent classrooms and still abuse that such an act could
list contains the names of few kidneys were not infected, but school in are goingto possibly be committed to a By
blacks and women and is Advance were too small to function Macclenny one
tickets may be week perfectly good suit of underwear -
therefore, discriminatory."Are obtained properly and the kidney night per and most are ? Charlotte
by calling Tommy LllnsfordPOLYPROPYLENE
"ON THE to attend
JOB" MOBILE planning an "ad-
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EXACT SPECIFICATIONS AND ENAMEL OUT FINISH INSIDI certify the new list of voters to Chamber of Commerce, 964- necessary. Jacksonville starting this awful thing, those scissor

the commissioners?" 5278. month. brandishing young men? Wasit I
SIMPLICITY NO JOINTS AND LEAKS Chairman Ralph Bryan Cub Pack 513 becasue they wanted to CARPETS
What does
Richard has been receiving matter to those Polypropylene is a big name
cutter Repair & Cltanin* Also Available.. asked. that claim they have been show off their new bandage
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Will Hold used and abused the
by men in I
FREE the machine which DerbyCub
ESTIMATES dialysis ,
replied Mrs. Flynn, "Our the red suits? What are the they felt the patient might not manufacture of conventional
office is now completing the removes impurities from his live long enough to undress
CALL 378-1456 process of purging the voter kidneys. He has been in Scout Pack 513 will hold really big complaints they unless definitive action was carpets and indoor outdoor
offer? Well, the Board of
list, and I estimate that it will Shands Teaching Hospital, its annual Pinewood Derby Commissioners taken without losing a carpets. All the layman really I
sit and
be Gainesville, since before Race Contest at its monthly moment?
approximately 30
RAIN-FLOW OF GAINESVILLE days profoundly discuss where the needs to know about
before the purging is com- Christmas, where an attemptis pack meeting on Jan. 31 at EMT's are trained to a
3003 N.E. 19th DRIVE pleted." being made to strengthenhim 7:30: p.m. in the Southside men should fuel the rescue principle in their course of Polypropylene is the fact that it I|
units at 3 or 4 a.m. when they
Mrs. Flynn explained that in preparation for a Elementary cafeteria. studies. They are trained to is one of the top fibers for
kidney transplant operation.His Any boy who has not come back half empty of fuel the I
her office had mailed about get to patient, treat the
MEMBER OF LOCAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & received kit after taking a patient to carpets.
a to
7,000 cards to each voter in the make his car patient, and do all in their
HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION mother, Mrs Raymond is asked to contact Charles Gainesville. Mustn't buy all Polypropylene is known for its
to life
and and limb.
county that all had been power save
returned but about 1,000. Crews said yesterday that Rasnick at 9647077. your your members fuel where works someone fellows.of You will see them rip open outstanding stain resistance, I

even though that particular men's shirts and women's easy cleanability, wearability, I
blouses when the need
station is the only one in town arises. and low absorption factor I
12% SO/Coil that has come forward with You will see them cut away an
cwenmso. Save To article of clothing that may making it good for indoor and
I matter cMfoe I offer of 24 hour a day serviceto
era Our Discount Prices, the rescue squad and were hamper their work or their outdoor uses. Highly resistant to I
diagnosis of ills.
a patient's
offering this service at a abrasion, Polypropylene is
Thurs., Frf. and Sat.STOCK discount until the station You will see them do many I
things that perhaps you have mildew proof, moth proof and
owner heard the comments of
never seen done before non-allergenic. I
some of the commissioners.Now .
it costs the EMT's an because many of the things Carpets of Polypropylene can I

UP SALE! refuel extra their$5 when unit after they hours must methods they are unheard trained to of do a few are now be seen at our shop. Don't'

and the station has refused to short years ago. When a heartis hesitate. Come on by the store ;
stopped the EMT is faced
do any further maintenancework and browse. We want you to be '
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Tire Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Bradford Basketballers Defeat
Page6 TELEGRAPH January 2", 197.f ,

Union Cagers Win Live Oak 55-47 Buchholz 77-66 .

Bradford High basket- better"job and picked up the half," commented Sexton ,While scoring 16 points in BOBCATS BEATENBradford's
bailers moved their record to pace, says Sexton. Senior Curtis White led the the fourth BHS held Live Oakto
9-3 overall and 3-1 in the Live Oak was playing a slow Tornadoes in scoring with 17 11 which widened the scoreto
Two And Lose One Florida Star Conference after down ball control offense points followed by Alvaughn 55-47 at the end of the game. defense forced tough Buchholz pressing
two wins over Live Oak 55-47 which made the game go slow Golden with 12. White also led BHS in into
Tuesday night and Buchholz Then in the second half BHS At the end of the third rebounding with 21 points> 22 turnovers Saturday night
while Elva
77-66 Saturday night.A started pressing, forced quarter BHS had established a while junior Donnie Sewell Hampton and
pressing BUS defense in turnovers,and got a few quick 39-36 lead.Then Abie Williams grabbed 11. Donnie Sewell combined for 38
both games forced Buchholzand buckets. and Curtis White piled up six "It wasn't one of our better points as the Tornadoes rolled
Them 13-2 LO into turnovers that "We got a good team points each to add to Bradford's ball games and I just feel like past the Bobcats 77-66 by
Making allowed BHS to utilize its fast defensive. effort in the second. 16 in the fourth period. we're lucky to get out with a game.utilizing their fast break
-- "
game. win, commented Coach
Now the Tornadoes will face Sexton. "Our defense kept them off
balance in the first
Union High basketballerswon also hit six of eight foul shots. Tiger basketballers edged 69- Palatka South Friday night in after that half and
two and lost one game Union came back in the 68 by Cross City's Bears Starke, Bolles Saturday nightin SCORE BY QUARTERS ahead," said we were Coach ten far
last week to give the hot second half and started Saturday night in the Lake Jacksonville then travel to Sexton. "We Mike
Tigers a 13-2 record so far this playing cagers from the bench Buller Gym. St.Augustine Tuesday night to BUS 8 19 12 16 55 off a lot and forced picked them the ball
season and marking them at 8- and according to Thomas they With 17 seconds left in take on the Yellow Jackets.JV LO 11 16 9 11 47 some mental mistakes." into
2 in the Suwannee Conference. did a good job defensively. overtime Stanley Young wentto games begin at 6:30 p.m., "We down and
The two wins came over McGill grabbed 23 reboundsto the charity line and hit the Varsity games at 8 p.m. BHS-White 8-1-17 became were then" we
Cross City 69-68 Saturday lead Lake Butler in that first of two shots to give the "If we can just put things Williams 5-0-10, Golden 6-0-12, Bobcat Coach disorganized, said
night and Chiefland 62-43 department., Tigers the one point edge together we can go up against Sewell 4-0-8, Hodge 1-0-2, "The number Holt of Browning
Tuesday night Union lost its SCORE BY QUARTERSLB needed to win the game. anybody," says Head Hampton 1-0-2, Berry 204. speaks for that." turnovers
second game of the season toP 16 20 14 12 62 Union slumped in the first Basketball Coach Mike Totals 27155. Elva
K. Yonge 60-56 last Friday CF 10 8 13 12 43 period to fall behind 19-14 at Sexton. During the last three LO-Mixon 4-3-11, Cherry Hampton led all
night. All games were playedin the end of the period. Then in games BUS has developedmore 4PSSA : 10-2-22, Randolf 2-2-6, Gray 1- !scorers with 21 points, while
the Lake Butler gym. LB Jones 3-0-6, Perry 5-0-10, the second quarter started bench strength than d 0-2,Smith 306. Totals 20747. (See Page 7)
Senior Jack McGill was the McGill 12-3-27, Maxwell 3-0-6, looking fiery. With 5:13: still in during the first of the season. ? C
leading scorer for the Tigers Young 4-3-11, Albrit 1-0-2 the first half the Tigers were James Aldridge and Wayne
during all the games hitting 27 Totals 26.6.62.ChieflandRiffle. behind 2721. Then senior Jack Berry have been seeing a lot BHS To Face Tough
points in the Chiefland and 4-1-9,Scott McGill hit on two five footers of action and Abie Williamsand
Cross City games then 18 2-0-4, Hemingway 5-2-12, followed by a jump shot by Sheldon Hodge have been I
against P. K. Yonge. McGill Dockery 4-4-12, Grooms 1-0-2, Abraham Perry to tie the switching off and both have I Palatka
Friday NightBradford
was also the top rebounder. Flanders 1-0-2, Hayes 1-0-2, game 27-27 with 2:05leftln: the been playing well, according T
Strong 000. Totals 18743. first. half. to Sexton.
Chiefland Bear Mark Raine then shota { High basket- club and they are a tough
Game 7 ballers will face tough com- team to beat," commented
20 footer and Tiger Stirley LIVE OAK GAME _
petition this week in three Head Bradford Coach Mike
Coming from behind 6-4 Jones hit two straight
conference one Sexton of Palatka South. PS
Lake Butler Bradford behind Live games
early in the first quarter Tied until the final secondsof footers to put in was
3129. Oak most of the first half until against tough Palatka South. plays slow down,ball control
Union took the lead and kept it the game, already in front for the first time
for the rest of the game, overtime Union County's By the end of the first half the final seconds when the Palatka will play Bradford type game and that has been
Friday night in Starke then the hardest type of ball club
overpowering hapless Cross City had managed to tie Tornadoes hit a scoring streak -. .
the Tornadoes will travel to for BHS to
overcome so far
and tied the 27-27 beforethe
Chiefland. the game 33-33. game Curtis White Buchholz In
and Elva Hampton pin this man
QB Club Bolles Saturday night and St. this season. Palatka has been
"Big difference in the The third quarter was a half ended. "After the first last Saturday night's game when the Tornadoes beat the
Augustine Tuesday ranked in the 20 all
night."They've top
ballgame was the second tough one and about midway half we came back and did a Bobcats 77-66 In Starke. year
Meets TonightA it the than got a good ball with its record of 11-4.
quarter when we scored 20 through more
points and held them to meeting of the Bradford normal exhaustion of the J.
eight," says Head Tiger High Quarterback Club is teams was noticable.
Coach Jimmy Thomas. scheduled tonight (Thursday, Union jumped in front 37-33
Stanley Young came off the Jan. 24)) at 7:30: p.m. in the with two lay ups, one by Jones
bench to score 10 points in the field house. and the other by Joe Maxwell.
first half to boost the Tiger Discussion will center Cross City retaliated with the
score, according to Thomas. around finances funds are help of Glen Osteen who
"This was the first game, needed to organize a flower scored two straight lay ups to
since we started winning fund and to send 1973 BHS tie the game again 37-37 with '
again that we were shooting football quarterback Charlie 5:41: left in the third quarter. What's
good from the floor," says Green to Mississippi to visit This type of see-saw scoring
Thomas. Lake Butler hit 43 three colleges for a possible took place throughout the

percent of its floor shots. UC scholarship. (See Page 7))


Buchholz Bumps Off Undefeated JV, ; F.-'

B But BHS Edges By 33-32 In Live Oak our name

Bradford's undefeated Scoring in the first periodwas shooting skills. The initial
junior varsity basketballerswere 10 points, 11 in the second eight minutes ended 6-7,
bumped off 56-48 Friday and 9 in the third. Buchholz' advantage.
night by Buchholz but got Darrell Moody earned top As the half ended the
back on the winning track honors in the scoring visitors had a two point advantage -
Tuesday in Live Oak with a 33- department with 13. Willis / 23.21.Bradford's .
32 victory. Berry added 8 for his efforts
The loss to Buchholz broke a and Milton Baker and Alfred Darrell Moody $ billionin
seven game winning streak by Ross each scored 5. added 8 points in the second
the outstanding JV team. The "It was close but we won," quarter. Milton Baker, Willie
Live Oak win boosted the said McLeod. "The team Berry and Emmett Bright 39
team record to 81. knew they had to play better also found the range adding .
after the loss to Buchholz last points before the first half
The Baby Reds will try to Friday." ended.
add another win to their list Free-throw shooting was at Bradford outscored( their
when Palatka South comes to 50 per cent with the team opponents 11-7 in the third
Starke Friday night. hitting 3 of 6 attempts. period going ahead 3230.
Saturday the team will Friday night, Bradford Scoring was spread between
travel to Jacksonville to meet Junior varsity's 56-48 loss to Moody, Berry, Baker and assets.
Bolles. Buchholz ended a 7 game Alfred Ross.
In Tuesday nights game winning streak for the hot
Bradford Junior Varsity held BHS team. The final eight minutes told
off a fourth quarter surge by Coach McLeod said there the tale as Buchholz added 12
Live Oak to win 3332. were two factors which tipped points from the free-throw line
Coach Wayne McLeod the advantage to Buchholz. making a total of 20-27 for the
explained that the low score Bradford JV's defeated night.
resulted because of six minute Buchholz by one point in their With under three minutes to
quarters rather than the usual first outing. Bobcat Glen play Bradford was down by 10
eight. Jackson scored 23 points, and the breaks of the game
With two minutes left in the which was much better than left the Buchholz team out of It's nice to have rich relatives. And the
third period Bradford had the first time BHS played reach. 32
built a 10 point advantage. them, McLeod said. Secondly, Buchholz Coach Donald
When the third quarter it was the first time this year Hinton said it was one of the statewide Florida National Banks rich
ended the lead had shrunk to 5 that BHS has been out best games his boys had are in
and the fourth quarter saw rebounded.The played this year.
only three additional points on first quarter of play "It had to be to beat this more ways than one. Our family connectionshave
the Bradford side of the scoreboard moved slowly as the two Bradford team," Hinton
teams warmed UD their said, "they were undefeated."

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January 21, 1971 TELKGKAPII Page 7

BUS Tennis Team Wrestlers Lose To Lake City I

Will Face s t }fir Bradford High wrestlers one minute. City won 116. Crews- and
UnionIn (
Iw a,
( still winless lost 51-6 Bradford forfeited one Jimmy Clark in the 187 pound
Thursday to Lake City weight class while Lake City class were the only winners
although Wrestling Coach for BUS. Clark won his match
Lake ButlerFirst Emilio Gonzalez feels that this did not forfeit any. "The scoreis
not an indication of how well 134.Earl
a was the best match that the Biggs and Keith
BUS wrestlers have had. we wrestled commented
Kirchaine both wrestled good
competition will be start at 4 p.m.Bradford : Mike Gaskins in an Coach Gonzalez. Lake City is matches although they didn'twin
facing the Bradford High started practicingthree exhibition match was the only the best team BUS matmen according to Gonzalez
tennis team next Wednesday months before Lake Bradford wrestler to pin his have faced. "Overall, I think that we
/all Freshman Frankie Crews is
in Lake Butler marking the Butler. BHS began practice in man. Gaskins was wrestlingin wrestled a pretty good match
first time that BUS has par- September while Lake Butler 1 the 157 pound class and undefeated this season and and I was well pleased," says
ticipated in competition started in January. Dinned his man in less than against his opponent in Lake Coach Gonzalez of the meet
tennis. Senior Bruce Tucker will be LBtiS
This will also be the first the number one man for BUS
time that Union High has hada followed by Mike McRae. Bradford Dej( (lls...... .
tennis team and it will be its Helping out with the coachingof
first meet. The match will the boys out on the team is (From Page 6))

head of the Bradford High Donnie Sewell and Curtis Holt Browning, for delayingthe Sewell scoring eight points,
Science Department Jerry White controlled the boardsfor game and the momentum six straight following
New McGriff. the Tornadoes. Sewell swung back in favor of the rebounds.The .
Physical Education In- finished the night with 17 Tornadoes. Bradford then Tornadoes then coastedto
EntertainmentFeaturing structor Melba Howard is the points and 16 rebounds while outscored the visitors 20-10 in a convincing win despite
coach of the tennis team. White contributed 16 points the final five minutes of the committing five quick turnovers -
Leading the girls team will be and grabbed 12 rebounds. period, to take a 38-26 lead at themselves, to enable
either Jennifer Jockel Bradford came out and the half. the 'Cats to score eight
Hjamar McMillan or Debbie played aggressive basketballthe In the third quarter. straight in the final few
Mitchell. first of each quarter, Bradford again used that fast minutes of play.
Kjeveri :Jae "I'll probably decide who building up large leads before break, run and shoot offense Warren Jackson paced the
will be the top on the day of the : settling back and allowing the and scored six straight points losers with 19 points while
Na.hvlII.VocallitFridaySaturday meet" says Mrs. Howard. Bobcats to get back into the with four coming off fast Bob Heron finished with 16.
Overall there are 14 game. breaks and lay-ups by Elva
members on the team seven The Tornadoes controlledthe Hampton. The final two SCORE) : BY QUARTERS
Nightt boys and seven girls. opening tip-off and exploded minutes of the period the
"They really look pretty h Itl to a quick 9-2 lead with Tornadoes again relaxed and Starke 12 26 24 24 76
.Man Faiya'i New Ralaa: good right now," Coach Donnie Sewell scoring four Buchholz outscored Bradford Buch 7 19 17 23 66
"L.t'Sing Song Howard states. points on second shots. After 112.
Tegathar" The first home match of the Greg Yarlett scored Hampton had the hothandfor Starke ((76)) : White 7216.
and season will be March 2 against 1 Buchholz's first basket on a the Tornadoes in the third Williams 2-1-5, Golden 6-0-12
Orange Park, girls only. Then : ten-foot jumper, the Tor- quarter, scoring 10 of Brad- Sewell 7-3-17 (lodge 0-2-2
"1 Lon Sung Around the following Saturday the 'i' nado's stingy defense stole the ford's 14 points. Hampton 85.21, Aldridge 0-3-
You" boys will play. These matches ball five times while holdingthe Bradford came out strong 3. Totals 301676.
will be played at the Starke Bobcats scoreless for five again in the fourth quarter to BuchhoU ((66)) Bartlett 328. -
ENTERTAINMENTtNIOHTSAWEEK Golf and Country Club minutes. score the first six points and Heron 7-4-18, Yartletl 6-0-12.

.......................... be"Lake our toughest City and Bolles will andif rash Bradford of turnovers then committed late in the a control the boards. Bradford Boston 4-1-9 Jackson 7317.
opponents \ extended its lead to 64-47 with Pritchett 10( ? Totals 281066.
EVERY WEDNESDAYIS we have anything we will ) period and the first quarter
know it after the Bolles __ ended with the Tornadoes on
DANCE CONTEST NIGHT meet," Coach Howard. top 127.A .
..........................: says Bradford Three JV basketballers lose balance trying to get this ball and after confusion Is over technical foul was then
regains possession.
assessed to Buchholz coach

1,061 Deer And Turkey Taken From 9 NE Florida Wildlife AreasLAKE

Hideaway CITYThe 1973-74 Commission's Northeast the region's nine wildlife game animals on seven of the hogs; Lake Butler 161 deer,
hunting season for deer Region. management area according nine areas, accounted for an (closed to turkey hunting), 18
301 SOUTH turkey and wild hog closed Reports by game to Frank H. Smith, Wildlife estimated harvest of 375 hogs; Lochloosa 62 deer
WALDO one-half hour after sunset management personnel showan Biologist for the Northeast animals. (closed to turkey hunting), 23
Monday, Jan. 6, in the Game estimated total harvest of Region. Individual totals for the hogs; Nassau 123 deer, 22
and Fresh Water Fish 1,061 deer and 212 turkey from Wild hogs designated as respective areas are as turkey, 30 hogs; Osceola 117
follows: Aucilla (Taylor deer (closed to turkey hun- f
County portion), 125 deer 51 ting); Steinhatehee, 144 deer
turkey, 148 hogs; Camp 47 turkey; Tide Swamp, 29 W
Blandmg 163 deer, (closed to deer, 17 turkey and 47 hogs.
turkey hunting except the last Small game hunters also
three weeks of the season enjoyed a successful season of
I during which 25 turkey were hunting according to Smith,
taken), 23 hogs; Gulf Ham- as an estimated 8,394 squirrelswere
mock, 137 deer, 50 turkey, 48 harvested on the nine

H H 1I1 BI areas.

Win Two, Lose One.....

i (From Page 6)

Hwy 100 Keystone period and both teams were Alonzo Perkins.
making very few offensive
mistakes.At SCORE BY QUARTER r
$300,000 :
473-3029 Hgts. the end of the third period I,
the game was still tied, 5050. PKY 8 12 20 20 60
At least three of every four LB 12 20 11 13 56
(" jumps McGill would tip the il.4r
1 Come Down To The Big City
Of Stock ball to another Tiger who then LB Jones 7-1-15, Perry 5-1-
ran to the basket for a quick 11, l\IcGill6-6-18. Maxwell 5-2-
lay up and two points.At 12, Banks 0-0-0, Young 0-0-0,
& Choose From the first of the final Boswell 0-0-0 Stuart 000.
period the Tigers did this Totals 231056.
followed by a jump shot by PKY -Stevens 1-0-2, Scott 6- _
That Must McGill putting the Tigers in (0-12, Moore 3-2-8, Harris 3-0-6 _
Our Large Selection I(front 54-50. CC's Raines hit a Perkins 5-0-10.) Lundy 1-0-2,
20 footer then Union scored
Green Hellstrom
2+4, 6416.
four more points from shots Able Williams No.25 goes up for a lay-up for (wo Bradford
Be Sold by Young and Perry to give Totals 27660. points last Saturday night against Kuchhnlz.

Of UCa58-52 lead with 5:48left: in -
the game.
After two CC baskets and a
score by McGill Union was
Double WidesOr
leading 60-56 with 4:16: left in Real aasSavers.
the fourth period. Then Cross
City came alive and scored six
straight points from two field
goals and two foul shots.
Singles Now the Bears were in front
62-60 with 2,:25 left in the
fourth. McGill then added two
straight jump shots for four .
points. While going up for theBjfinal
-"-'-- shot McGill was fouled

r--1, jrM'.J '/shot.but was Before unable the to game make either ended Come See The New

13 I f to Bear Robert Peppero was
4 ""'.' fouled and hit both ends of a
j! :-1 one and one situation to tie the
game putting it in overtime. Dodge Colt
With three minutes on the e
clock for overtime McGill took
the jump tipped it to Jones and
made a quick two points. Then en
Peppero and teammate Joe
Hartsfield hit two straight Station & Sedans da
Cross City baskets putting the Wagons
Due To Our Bears in front 68-66 with 1:51: bl
Large InventoryOf showing on the clock.
McGill, with 29 seconds left e
shot a 10 footer for two points Dart
followed by a foul shot by
Quality Mobile Homes game.Young to give Lake Butler the

We Have Reduced Our SCORE QUARTER: Ply mouths -

14 19 17 14 69
CC 19 14 17 14 68 _

Prices LB Jones 6-0-12 Perry 2-0- Valiants
DrasticallyFor 4, McGill 12-3-27, Maxwell 4-0- -
8, Stuart 5-1-11, Young 1-1-3
Griffin 102. Totals 31569.
CC Hartsfield 4-0-8 Byrd 5-
2-12, Glen Osteen 6-3-15,
Huge Savings Timmons 4-2-10, Peppero 4-4-
*Tw#* T Y**J nipunw wft**
12, Raine 5111. Totals 28-12-

On Our Mobile Homes. MOBILE 68. P. K.YOSGE GAME Starke

t A hot shooting P. K Yonge
basketball team surged past
See Us Today the state's number two ranked Chrysler Plymouth
Class AA Lake Butler Tigersin PlymotitlJ
HOMES the second half en route to a
We Will Show You How 60-56 victory at the Lake
Butler gym Friday night.In Dodge

the opening period both I CHRYSLER I

Mobile Home Gives You Lake teams Butler traded pressed buckets to a but 12 U.S.301N. 964.6600YourAuthorized

point lead half way throughthe

i, Good Living At A Make Sense Price PKY second shot 50 quarter.percent from Dodge Chrysler Dodge Plymouth Dealer

the floor and were led in
scoring by Hellstrom and




Pages TELEGRAPH January 24,1971

UCIOrrlamentalHorticulture Students Landscape Grounds Of Old Bradford. CourthouseA

With funds began transforming the en of the institution The of their own Education approved
major step in the $850. program meager during this the ownership
period by
vironment inside was greatly assisted Vocational Certificate
and outside program, whichis
rehabilitation othe old Vocational and facilities, the students Florida businesses.
Agriculture '_ ,..___ .... f! rrll.'f'laa.J;; Federation of Garden is acceptable training
courthousewas Classes began at !!: 1a' \O( ; ; Clubs which The Raiford program
the prison in R' f provided funds credentials by most
complete last week January 1959 under the for construction of a much recognized as an innovationin nurseries reputable
when inmate students supervision of M. B. Jordan, needed greenhouse for the penology for inmate Bradford
enrolled in the Ornamental head of the horticulture program The 1970-71 rehabilitation, and has provedits The County
in this field. After Historical Board of Trustees,
Horticulture Program at the / Legislature also appropriatedfunds value
Union Correctional Institution I'reviitt MakesPresident's e ) to provide three new successfully completing 2,000 has expressed appreciationfor

project completed that a landscaping List II, greenhouses and them.equipment hours inmate and trainee all lesson is awarded plans the a tribution this to the important old courthouse con-

removing all old shrubberyfrom Walter Prevatt, son of Mr. j t 16V ___ Students graduating from State Department of improvement project
the site, replacing it with and Mrs E. M. Prevail Sr. of the program are in great
young new plants.A Starke, a sophomore at the demand by nurserymen
crew of ten men, under Lake City Community College throughout the State. During
the supervision of Stanley qualified for the President'sList i i the past 15 years, 159 students Bible Rnswers:
Crawford ornamental hor- for the 1973 fall term. std lr"L. 4i. have left the program and
ticulture instructor at UCI Prevatt is a former State 4- P tP ? Yy I have been employed by MUST ONE BE BAPTIZED TO BE SAVED?

contributed approximately II President of 1971-72, also i. nurserymen in various jobs. Men teach that one is saved by "faith only It is strange,
220 man-hours of labor to the was awarded one of twc gold Several have advanced to that the expression. "faith only" is found in the Bible only
project, and 253 ornamental medals in the United States ONCE though Jas.224. THE BIBLE SAYS,"Ye see then how that by
plants were provided by the National FFA convention in There's something works a man is justified and NOT by faith only." Man is actually
horticulture department.Total Kansas City. lie's also former with works of obedience to
faith joined
ridiculous about his is
value of the labor and vice-president in the Bradford Local dentist Richard Odom, DMD and his family recently moved into this beautiful home a man saved when We believe,in salvation by faith (Rom 5:1): ), but not
all in air- ,21))
working day an (Jas ::
the shrubbery is estimated at FFA. surrounded by tall pines near the Starke Golf and Country Club. It must boa working faith(Gal 5 6)).
conditioned office in his shirt- by FAITH ONLY.
"But if one must be baptized to. be saved, w,,y
sleeves, and then putting on Someone says "
his suit coat to go out into the didn't God connect baptism with salvation? HE DIDI! Jesus
3 Williams Bills Attack Liberal Inmate TreatmentFrank heat. Paul L Ight .in st. Paul Himself said, "He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved"Mk
Pioneer PreiftX30QOOOOOQOOOOOQC ( 1616)) Jesus thus taught that belief AND baptism bring about

Williams, Florida Florida." Presently the law allows Also pre-filed by Williams is disciplinary problem in our salvation, NOT belief without baptism! must be baptized to have
!House of Representatives, D- The first bill states that a someone convicted of a felonyto a bill which allows for a prison. than the idea of giving "But why didn't" God just say that one and be baptized
District 25 has pre-filed three convicted felon will not be be considered for parole mandatory 25 year prison the inmate more privileges, ..t..O\I\. his sins forgiven? HE sins"DIDI!(Peter Acts 2 said.38))."Repent Saul was told, "Arise, and
bills which will, according to eligible for parole con- within six months after the sentence for anyone un- rights, and freedoms which : for the remission of (Acts 22 16))
Williams, "help combat the sideration until after he has initial date of confinement.To dergoing a sentence of less some of our liberal legislators baptized andwashaway thysins"
liberal trend toward the served at least one half of his help stop the growing than life in a state correc- advocate," Williams states. ; truth that man is not saved by "faith only One is not
: The is
babying of convicted sentence or 15 years of a life number of crimes committedwith tional institute who is con- Christ as his personal saviour "
criminals in the State of sentence. a firearm, Williams victed of assaulting an em- saved simply by
mental assent of the mindto
I Salvation does not take place by a mere
introduced a bill which ployee of the division of Lord The BI9LE SAYS that one must
I DeWittC.JonesFuneral the fact that Jesus is
'provides for a minimum corrections.It I OBEY God (Mt. 7:21): ), and that includes belief (Rom 109-101.
sentence of five years for also states that the sen- I of Jesus the Christ (Rom
(Acts 17 30)), confession as
KEYSTONE MELROSE felonies involving threatenedor tence shall not be suspendedor I t tI repentance) AND
109.101 baptism
actual use of a firearm."I deferred and no person I I Home ?" HE DIDI "
"But why didn't God Just say that baptism! saves
believe that it's a basic serving such a sentence shall
J doth also/ now save us (II I Pet 321))
Business Director constitutional right for every be eligible for parole. STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL baptism
citizen to be able to own a "We have to try and do Southsidc Church of Christ:
firearm if he wishes. This law something to stop the rioting, HOSPITAL REDS,
will deter the criminal from stabbing of correction per- I | WALKERS WHEEL CHAIRS 3 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON U.S. 301
FISHERMAN'S HARDWARE using a gun while still sonnel, and general loss of I I & CRUTCHES Send questions to Schedule of Services
allowing the lawabidingcitizen control which has taken placein i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Casey Carlisle Sunday
SUPPLIES GARDEN to own a gun "for self our prisons."I Minister ;111' I"'IT" Bible Study
protection," says Williams certainly think this, law i PHONE 473-3176 I Rl 3 Box 58 i j '"i Worship
will come closer to helping the i aooooooooooaoooooooooooooooooooc I: Starke. Fla h r>m Worship
Slim's village Florida Bank -- ---- ---

Fish-'N-Stuff' GARDEN CENTER Reports Good 1&B _WITH COUPON r
Live BaitCricketsShinnersWorms
A complete line of ndw. ,
Minnows BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS Year In 1973An EveryDayLowPricel FOOD
Plumbing&Electrical Supp. : Tasters Choice
rACKLE-IODS-REELS Gro-Tone Fertilizers excellent year was
FISHING:. &HUNTING Insecticides reported at the Florida Bankat
LI'E1'iSES-UI\lUNITION: Lumber&Building Materials Starke by President S. L. SLICED 1/4/ INSTANT.
Ilwy 21 N.200 yds From light FAIR
ICE Peek, Jr., during the 36th
Keystone llgts -173-1357 Keystone Heights -173-3663 annual meeting of PORK LOINCHOPS : FREEZE DRIEDCOFFEE I
Stockholders held January 11. J

report, he reported the I
deposits during the year had

To Inquire Subscribe Today year-end increased total 26.43 of per 11400000.cent to a I 320 SOUTH WALNUT ST.

to the lake Region Loans at year-end stood at $ IYlAYDA+LOC AAIOSS, 00001 DAYS
About lUollllor $6,077,000 an increase duringthe 2 TO 4t. 1 6 AN4tA w.o.non eONU'JAN SUPS JO 0000 1011 OUAN"nH'OH'.O 'HHU
Monitor year of 76.19 per cent. 9 9 9ii '
Capital accounts at year-end 3 LBPKG. 8oz e F. .wt,.p/Usr.(/ f leant
Atlt'crtisillg Call: totalled $1,635,289.93. LB. UDl.fOCIDITAMP411I
At the directors meeting COUPONS
for all the news the following officers were re- _WITH COUPON _
Joitn 1 Miller elected: S. L. Peek, Jr., LEAN
president; J. E. Tomlinson, ;
call 473.2210 vice-president; Ruth S.Johns, SMOKEDMEAT :
964-6305 cashier; Marvin Brown, j 1 FRESH PORK
Helen B. Crosby and Helen E. PORK STYLE
AUTO SERVICE Glasgow, assistant cashiers. frlArfAr 1
The Florida Bank at Starkeis uwrAirrr LOAF BUTTS
KEYSTONE a subsidiary of Florida SHOULDER ;
National Banks of Florida, HALF BEEF & HALF PORK
_ Rubber Stamps Inc.which consists of 32 banks 1 1

Front AUTO End SERVICE Alignment Urnd pord with$1,265,380,000.total deposits of to etas 69 I 2 3 TO LB 89< : TOe LB l IiiAieir::! 8 8e

Wheel Jlir
Speed Balancing Florida National Banks of I PKG. LB I PKG.
Florida, Inc. recorded income
Conditioning Service Tel,. rll"h before securities gaines or
losses, for the year 1973 of Every DaytowPrkeFYNB Every DaylowPrkeLIA EveryDayLowPrke Every DayLowPrke Every DayLowPrke
Brake SenlceI.ubrlcationOil
$15,838,689. or $1.61 per share TASTE Mf AT*WISTtimSPARE Pantry Prid* CHEESE PAM READY
a gam of 26.3 percent over the

TUNE-UP or $1.28 per share WHITINGPUNCH
Tune l'p
General Repairing- Net income, after securities
Engines Rebuilt transactions, was 15804967. ry
Goodyear Tires Minor Machine Shop Work or$1.61 per share, up from the
Automatic Transmission- year-ago figure of $12,591,850.
Air Conditioning or $1.29 per share.
I Hlk. E.Off 21 and I Blk, Tires Batteries Deposits at the year end NESTLE
S.orf 100 Mon.-Fri. 7:341 AM-6 PM were $1.209,744,329, comparedag :i ROSE DALE ,In: :
KEYSTONE:. HGTS.-173-4052 Sat. 7:30-1 P\I: the year ago figure of 16.5oz CANS
1.KEGF..iF.V17:11111:. : 51,122,045,252. I
Loans and discounts totaled LAUNDRY j ;
$629,940,150, up 16.8 percentover
ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP the year-ago figure of
$539,193,666. DETERGENT j or 170zCAN PEAS i QUIK
Nell Total assets were
Richard T. Lovorn $1,449,410,494. at the year end i I84oz

Real Estate Broker Beauty Style Shop up from $1,338,248,677. a year : i r7wjrrwr | 2 LB "
ago._ ????TRAY 99C 5/89< 8'
la"R/Cll/ 1 [in man!
<< 1 1
BUSINESS.ACREAGE Phone -113-2211, I Jan.28-Feb. 1

INSURANCE Between Menu is subject to changedue m EvcryDayLowPrkeRIPIE

Ke 'stone IIgts.1733251 Keystone to deliveries.
-173-4692 Heights T
Celia Edna Tern Kneppt'r illegar -173.1 96'-5"3 \It'lrose: :MONDAY Ravioli:. 'ti: -I

:Martha Durbin1733362 Tossed Salad
Jim For -173-&ilK L ane II'S ;c Orange Juice t
(.8. McAfee 473-4050 Pears 4
Boutique i'Iemlwr Cinnamon Roll ____ _
:\ of Society of SlslesandAccessories TUESDAYFish tit men I
Residential Appraisers For The Complete \ I
Square with Tartar

Serving 26 This Years Area For Hwy Woman 21 Between\Ielrose: ,, V. Sauce Cole Slaw POTATO CHIPS PIZZA ; INSTANT

:Mrs:Melba II/-t'n/ -173-7&41 -I73-zzil'l'! Fruit Cup
:Mrs.loloresGilmore473.3609 W"Irs. Green Peas I FROZEN 13oz PEPPERONI, 12oz 1 BREAKFAST
:\ .Joanne Gassett1731622 Peanut Butter Cookie 9 OZ TWIN PACK CHEESE OR 14ox SAUSAGE ;
:\lrl.eslie Robinson -173-1033 Biscuit '

RENTALS: 49 e uwrtlcrt

Office Phone-l73-11118 Triangle "R" WEDNESDAYPizza Tossed: Salad with Tomatoes : CHOICE YOUR 77 :I 7.5oz 59C

Fill Dirt Enterprise, Green Beans _

Beach Sand GENERAL Lic..nsed-Insured CONTRACTORS: Milk Plums EvcryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EvcryDayLowPrke EvcryDayLowPrke


Clay Fill The Lindal Cedar homes THURSDAY Chicken and Dumplings SANDWICHBAGS TOMATO a

Tractor ork -I73-ZII0 St.Rd.21N. 473-33-12 Greens Cranberry Sauce SOUP M Lwrnqa.rr*m BLEACHS U00* CAKE

Land Cleared P.O.Electric Box 831 CD. Sweet Milk Cornbread Potato Pie 2/25< 19/99 : : GAL 39C

Hank Bruning AII Bell.Owner FRIDAY

Commercial Sandwich Peanut Butter and Jelly r--------------; IwryDaytowPrko. IwcryDeyLowPtk. IweryDeyLPrIce IweryhyLowPrIc:. Iwcryhyl.owPrlo
P.O. Box 41 Pftntry Prid

Phone 473-4161 Electrical Fixtures Mixed OrangeApplesauce VegetablesHalf OFF isox CEREAL I* SHAMPOO SWABS BLADES CRABS I-T,JUICE

Lake Geneva ./KeystoneHgts.473-360'l/ Milk ._. "US""TMI0COUPON;'u-tr.KoKoiN"U aOOOONLVAT I t tart. 59110i: .79C :::.39C 1 .5 INAI-LIN 99C '.;:' ''

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January, l 1971 TELEGItAPH Page

of Dimes
Mrs. Politicians used to dreamof
CrawfordMrs. Mrs.
Money Raising having a school, park or
boulevard named after
Schedules Given Lena Crawford, 62, of Cemetery with Archer +' ,,, 7 IMw",6" Ann Starling them. Imntortalfty of a
Brooker' died Saturday, Jan. Funeral Home of Lake Butler sort, is achieved these days
19. in charge. site Services are set at 2 p.m. by having your name at-
Fellowship of Christian J.Surviving are three sois, L. today (Thursday, Jan. 24)) for tached to a lew reels of
Athletes and the Cheerleaders Providence; Louvell C; Mrs. Barbara Ann Starling,
Orange Park; and Favel 38 who died in
will be raising money for the Lawtey
Lake Wales ...
March of Dimes ; two daughters -' Shands Teaching Hospital at
Saturday, Mrs. :t) << tape.FLORIDA
Jan. 26 and Saturday, Feb. 2. Joiner Gainesville Monday evening
There will be bake sales in Jacksonville Carroll ; and Mrs. Lula fitly L I Cfi.6t 3arU6. following an illness of several
front of Winn-Dixie, Kochs Brooker; her stepmother IN months.
Mrs. Ethel
Drug Store and Stan'sBootery.
Car wash at Good sisters Lake City 16;grandchildren two brothers,and six A real Roman spring! Before Y STARKE CQ'UPcQOPPOltTUNITIES Born in Bradford County on

man's Service Station, Carl one great-grandchild. Julius Caesar reformed Oct. 7, 1935, Mrs. Starling was THEATRESHOWTIME
Hurst Station and Standard Funeral services were held the Roman calendar, the daughter of Mrs. Ruby
Station. Road blocks at 301, at 3 p.m. Monday in the Lake the summer months were Ritch of Starke and the late .
Call Street and Florida Butler Church of Christ. arriving in the spring! FOR SERVICE Carl M. Hitch. She was a FRIDAY AT 7.OOSATURDAY
Theater. Burial was in Midway member of the Oak Grove
Sunday-Sunday School 1.00
dtarSaints Baptist Church.
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worshipat SUNDAY -3-OO
Alive' 11 o'clock, sermon: "Life's Surviving is her husband:
CMRT ClNTl0.fD to Offer Supreme Question"; Youth James M. Starling of Lawtey; FRI, SAT 8c SUNDAY
Handbell Group, Church her mother: Mrs. Ruby Ritch
Council, 5 o'clock; Church of Starke; one brother: JerryE. Audiencesare
Free Musical Fun Fest"Saints
Training, 6:15: ; Evening Ritch of Starke; one sister:
Worship at 7:30: ( sermon Mrs. Merle Norman of
"Baptized Unto His Death". Kingsley Lake and six
Alive, an excellentnew ; also the musical standingup
singing group, is comingto productions of "Camelot", daughters: Anne, Brenda,
Monday-Youth Choirs, 7
the BHS auditorium "South Pacific," and "Annie Janie, and Angel Starling, all
Wednesday night, Jan. 30, for Get Your Gun." o'clock. of Lawtey, and Vickie and andapplauding.
Tuesday-Crusader and Elaine Willis both of
FIRST an evening of free en Elder Mason Herzog, of Salt ,
BAPTIST CHURCH Carol Choirs, 3:30 p.m. Mulberry, Florida.
tertainment.The Lake
City, Utah three
; yearsof Wednesday-Acteens, 5 Services will be from the ...
is of
group comprised Club work, and has
o'clock; Family Night Supper, Grove Church
four talented Baptist
Hampton Florida'GOD'S missionaries of The Church young of attended Brigham for Young 6 o'clock; Hour of Power and with Rev. William C. Lovell WALKING
University one year as a
R.A., 6:30: Teachers and
Jesus Christ of Latter Day pre-med student. ; and Rev. E. C. Harvey officiating
Officers Meeting, 7:15; Burial will be in the
Saints. The
GOSPEL LIGHTHOUSEIN "Friendship Elder Clayton Johnson of Church Choir Practice, 8 church cemetery with DeWittC. TALL
Evening" is Las
.program Vegas, Nev.; has played o'clock.
Jones Funeral Home in
designed to the
guitar and has sung for 11 Thursday-Music Makers
people of Starke and vicinitywith years, participating in church charge of arrangements.
BRADFORD COUNTY"Jan Choir; World Friends, 3:15: ; r f
their Mormon neighborsand choirs, and with High School Pre-School Music Activitiesand -
their way of life. Pep Band. Attended
yearat Mission Friends, 4:05:
An evening filled with fun University of Nevada, and Visitation, 7 o'clock. Roy Starr
27 Feb 3 and wholesome entertainmentis performed on several TV
I -Ben P. Bryant,Pastor
promised to all who attend, talent shows. '
I and refreshments will be Roy Starr,59,of Waldo, died
7:30: NIGHTLYNURSERY served after the program. ::: :C:::::: *::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::!::::::j, upon arrival at Bradford i'fi
Included on The Saints' County Hospital Wednesday.
I program will be religious and { Ctrl Of' Thanks J Bert RuisBert Jan. 16, after a short illness.

contemporary favorites, and :::3 .................. ; Born in Alabama on March
.". ..... ..
,x :;::( .'t-$>......
something to please all ages. :::: : -:-:-:-:-::-:-:: Ruis, 78, of Route 1, 18, 1914, he was a supervisorat

The four youths making up Raiford, died Monday Jan. the Sunland Training
the quartette are pictured We wish to express our deep 21, in a Lake City nursing Center in Gainesville; was a 4
above from left: appreciation to all of the home after a long illness. A veteran of World War II. and a A BCP.Production, In Color
member of the Waldo A ttrwic rf COB 8''n.Ci
nh1 Elder Mark Spurgiesz of organizations and individualswho former pastor of the Raiford Baptist
1" Titusville, N. J.; has sung in have done so much for us Baptist Church, he was a Church. LiJ ROM tt CINf RAMA RELEASING
OPEN SPECIAL MUSIC A-Capella and chamber choirsat and our son, Richard, who is native of Baker County and a Surviving are his wife.
Southern Utah State now waiting to undergo a lifelong resident of Baker, Hazel, of Waldo; two sons
College and performed in kidney transplant operation. Bradford,and Union Counties. Franklin, of Kissimmee and PLUS
such musicals as "Guys and Words cannot express our Herman, of Waldo; two ,
Dolls"and the opera "Madam gratitude for this help in our brothers, G. P. Starr. v.' +n r
Butterfly. great need, and we especially Surviving are four sons Cleveland, Mo., and Henry .\ a RAQUEL
Elder David Tanner, of appreciate the efforts of the Archie, of Lake City; Cecil, Starr, Gold Beach, Ore.: two WELCH,,
Salem, Utah; sang in A- students at BHS in their activities West Palm Beach; and sisters, Mrs. Mary Grizzard
Capella and Madrigal Choirs on his behalf. We hope Warren and Owen; four and Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson, KANSAS
and participated in solo and pray that Richard's daughters,Annie Mae Gilbert, both of Ranburne. Ala., and tH
operation will be successful, Lake City; Matilda Johnson, two grandchildren. CITY
and will appreciate your Jacksonville; Mary Brown, Funeral services were held
CARD OF THANKS continued interest. and Rock Mills, Ala.; and Jewel at 2 p.m. Friday in the Waldo BOMBERMETROCOLOR
evangelist: 6ARpell Cmnn prayers. Hampton, Raiford; one sister, Baptist Church with Rev Ivan
We wish to express our Lilla Higginbotham, Lake Clements conducting. Interment
sincere appreciation to all our --Mr. and Mrs. Raymond City; one brother, Manning was in Hampton
friends for all their kind expressions Ruis, Jacksonville; 21
Crews and family. Cemetery under direction of
grandchildren, and 18 great DeWitt C. Jones Funeral o
OLD FASHIONED SINGING us during the recent loss of our grandchildren. Home of Starke. IPG] .....
Mother, Mrs. Sallie Bellamy.To .
Kiert Sundusadee and the
entire staff of Starke Nursing This is-the time of year Graveside services were

HOLY Bl atE" Home, we want to express our when the television networks held at 2 p.m. Thursday in
.''Mil INTO ECSpIL thanks for the excellent care and Mount Zion Swift Cemetery in 301 DRIVE IN
tlL'HI 10 t Y .,. give., us special advance Union County. Biggs-Wilson
..; WHOm AVo : ,::: ,(H IHI ., there, for the friends who previews of next summer's1'l.'rUns. Funeral Home of Lake City
brightened her days by visits. was in charge of Show Begins At Sundown

The Jack and arrangements.
Grace Me- *
Comb family. FRIDAY & SAT.
The ultimate in

Fred CantrtHI C.A. Pound,Jr. excitement!
William H. Chandler Earl P. Powers GAINESVILLE I I ....\.'''''0 V

Doyle E. ConnerS. W. N. Robinson :

G. DenmarkTom M. I. Rudderman aJ

Harry C. Duncan Leo J.Thomas, Sr. \ !' ....
E. L, Matthews\ John A.Torode

B. F. Mizell, Jr.



Advisors .PLUS
Mortgage Loans and Other Savings Accounts 48077399.23
Ruby Johns (Jens on Real Estate $51,343,187.92 Advances from Federal Home
C.A.Roberts All Other Loans 958,528.55 Loan Bank 6,110,000.00 +

Real Estate Owned and Other Borrowed Money NONE
Deceased in Judgement NONE Loans in Process 1,246,401.38 rt

Real Estate Sold on Other Uabilities 443,084.01

Contract for Deed 13,901.59 Specific Reserves 47,719.58 I I
OFFICERS Cash on Hand and in Banks 557,754.39 General Reserves $1,437,109.88

Investments and Securities 3264791.02 Surplus 500,834.42 vIi
President B. F. Mizell,Jr. Fixed Assets Less Depreciation 1196632.79 1.937.94430
Senior Vice President Comptroller W. N. Robinson Deferred Charges and
Secretary Harry C. Duncan Other Assets 532.752 24
Treasurer John A. Torode F1pJfEiN

Assistant Secretary William H. Chandler TOTALASSETS $57,867,548.50 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND ,
Vice President&Loan Officer Rhesa B. Bostick NET WORTH $57.867.54850 A SHAW BROS PRODUC 'ION.OcLuxe .
Vice Pres. &Ass't. Loan Officer Lewis Nellinger COLOR*From Warner Brot aV''J A Warner Communication Companv

Vice Pres. Ass't. Comptroller Ralph E. IrvineAss't.

.Vice President J.Thomas Hall
SUN. 8c MON.

. . .. .. .. zf. .. 4. HIGHLIGHTS OF 1373 * e4'sx"s"* *
Merger with First Federal Savings 6" Loan Association of Starke.V -

Gainesville THOMAS: B. HURY **T Opened 31( new Branch Offices *** ,
3601 W.University Ave. Phone 373-8482 ** It* J1nff ;

SHIRLEY R. STROEMER e Commenced f ,(}() square foot addition to Main Office. I', ,
3300 S.W. Archer Rd. Phone 372.0431 ** It It

Starke: e Now have locations to serve you! *
396 W. Madison St. Phone 964-6000 .* * * * I Assets grew 64% during past 12 months.* * * *'*


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DECEMBER 31. 19601..83.923,061.23 DIDRAVACED..SAVACED.

DECEMBER 31, 1966..S13.23O.762.O9

... Their
The Go Ahead Place .
guns are
DECEMBER 31, 1972.535,227,560.65 licked by the fiery tongues of hot and

,1\\ For Get Ahead People I E their bodies hard.

DECEMBER 31, 1973............................ $57,867,548.50 nISi


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Ford Hurts His Image By

BobbyTaylor fl'

Before his appointment as Vice learned long agoa lesson of the dangerof ;

President, Gerald Ford worried about going out on a limb in the President's r t

the role he would play in the Watergate- defense, and then having the ground cut ? ,
besmirched Nixon administration. How from under him by a new "bombshell." t

could he pull his load on the "Nixon The Republican Governors learned this t) 4 1t .. The color in and lawns growth and of

team" and yet maintain his integrity and lesson, to their great discomfort, several 1 -y y"a pastures grass is our very unusual for

avoid becoming a mere apologist for the months ago. w --r late January. This has
discredited President? provided some grazing in a
The thesis that Mr. Ford voices in his I number of pastures and has

Well, he needn't have wasted time White House-written speech was ai helped the feed situation for
of cattlemen. The
had Mr. Ford its face. To blame the many our
wondering. Scarcely ridiculous on bad thing would be a hard
warmed the Vice Presidential seat than tangled Watergate web on "a few ex freeze while this grass (and

he fell into the White House syndrome, treme partisans" seeking to unseat the other plants) have begun their

blaming all the Watergate troubles on "a President demeans a man of Mr. Ford's spring growth. A freeze might

lew extreme partisans (who) seem benton intelligence, for it simply doesn't jibe i tia +I / a would not kill give the them plants a, but shock it sure that

stretching out the ordeal of with the record.As could hurt later productionand

Watergate for their own purposes." growth this spring and

pointed out by columnist Joseph J! summer.
How quickly are we disillusioned. Kraft, the tangled trail of the tapes
How quickly do all who come within the t j This warm weather has
began with a decision made by Mr. dr y!I been good on our cattle during
sphere of the White House fall into the '. ,,_ :p4. a
Nixon himself, not some liberal I the calving season. Our calf
required pattern.It Democrat, to record everything that crop is looking good with a

is ironical that the day before Mr. was said in his White House offices. like high percentage of live
Eye-offending scenes
calves. These calves
Ford's intemperate and unreasoning Eyesores Like These May Soon this may soon be a thing of the should healthy have a good start and
speech before the American Farm Once again, a Nixon appointee, past in Starke and vicinity as should wean heavier if
Bureau Federation convention at Alexander Butterfield, revealed the the Bradford County Zoning nutrition is maintained to both

Atlantic City, a nationally circulated existence of the tapes in response to Be Thing of The Past] Board the,working Starke Zoning in cooperationwith Board the cow and calf.

daily newspaper had headed its questions put by Republicans (not launches a drive to clear the Nutrition is especially

Washington report: "Ford Speaking Out Democrats) on the Senate Watergate landscape of abandoned important for the cow after
on His OwnSo Far." committee. motor vehicles. calving. This is the time that
great demands are made on
The first citations were her body to maintain herself
It's a good thing that the paper tackedon John Sirica, a conservative mailed this week to several and produce milk for the calf.
that qualifying "so far," for the very (Republican) federal judge, appointed bya /A ; offenders on whose property The cow should actually) begaining

next day Mr. Ford was delivering his ill Republican President, ruled that Mr. such vehicles were parked. up to one pound per
timed speech-- speech that he did not, Nixon must turn the tapes over to the > They were given ten days day during this period as she

in fact, even write himself... a speech Watergate special prosecutor- ruling from have the January vehicles 18 removed in which or to season prepares and for another a calf for breeding next

that was prepared by the White House subsequently upheld by the Federal W.- face action. Cases for non- year.
according to the well known recipe Court of Appeals. -*,- compliance will be referred to

devised by Zeigler, Buzhardt, Haig and U the State Attorney's office in To provide milk for a calf
the President's other "advisers." Mr. Fearing that he would lose his case, r--- S4 V Starke for prosecution. The and gain a pound a day priorto
law provides a fine of from $10 rebreeding a cow must havean
Ford was merely acting as a mouthpiece.The Mr. Nixon did not seek, as he previously to$500 for violations, and each energy feed, protein, and
indicated he would, a definitive ruling in day the vehicles remain on the vitamins. Energy can come

White House was losing no timein the Supreme Court. Instead, he fired the property after the deadline from corn, molasses, citrus

taking advantage of Air. Ford's highly special prosecutor, Archibald Cox. That constitutes a separate pulp etc. Protein can be
offense.L. supplied in pellets, blocks
touted credibility, having lost its own maneuver backfired with a force that fortified molasses or other,

many months ago. But a few more shook the Nation when two Republicanswhom M. Gaines, new county liquid supplements. Vitamins,
speeches like this and they will have Nixon had repeatedly appointedto zoning director, who launchedthe especially vitamin A, can be
brought Mr. Ford's credibility down to high officeElliot Richardson and drive against abandoned mixed with most any
the level of their own. William Ruckelshausresigned rather vehicles, said he had made prepared feed.
rHtr arrangements with local
than the President's orders a
out to
carry : r garageman to haul the Energy alone or protein
In words accurately following the fire Mr. Cox. vehicles away unless removed along will not adequately take

Nixon line, Mr. Ford told the conventionthat by the owners. your cow through the winter. I

the President's enemies seek "total It was Nixon's lawyersnot some F >+ Both saw some cattle last winter
.t 'S scenes are along that
all the
c were getting
victory" and have launched "massive biased or television L
a newspapermen S. 301 North the county's protein they needed, but they
propaganda campaign" to run him out of commentatorswho let it be known that mam traffic artery and are were losing weight daily and
office and win Congress for the "super some of the vital tapes were missing, seen by hundreds of tourists the cattleman lost several

welfare-staters." and an eighteen minute segment of the daily. head. Check your feed

most crucial one had been erased. And program. You will get more

Really, Mr.-JTord. we had expected now a hem-partisan panel of electronics I : .:.:.:,:Ill!ill !LCtr( f3 >:.:.::::.. the results ration for is your balanced.feed dollar if
somewhat better than that from you experts has reported that the erasure Letters
after months of done ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:,:.:::.:::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::' FORESTRYIN
cautiously correct was deliberatelynot accidentally, The Bradford FFA Chapters Higher hog prices are
political behaviour to build up your as claimed by the White House.In Is This Any Way have almost finished land causing more interest in swine
image as a well-scrubbed political Mr. Lawtey Citizens To Welcome Visitors? BRADFORD COUNTY scaping the front of the high production in our area.

Clean from the spic n' span Dutch view of the circumstances, how can Group Formed Dear Editor school. They planted over $300
: worth of shrubbery, charging Even though cost of
country of western Michigan.The anyoneeven the White Houseclaim BY JOHN the school only for the price of production is also
that Mr. Nixon's trouble can be laid at To Whom It May Concern:: On Sunday,Jan. 20, Mr. Roy O'MEARASome the plants. They have also higher than ever before a few
speech was extremely ill-timed the door of a "relatively small group of As a citizen of Lawtey I Tennessee, our was stopped guest from by a planted rye grass in front of of our younger folks are expanding -
ithrough no fault of Mr. Ford's) in that it activists who are out to impeach" him? attended the most recent local police officer for failureto 1 I the high school, which has their operations. With
already come and had to be this kind of
was made just hours before the meetings of the city council. I have his license plate on the cut up interest we are
damaging disclosure in federal court Mr. Ford should know better than was astonished to see the rear of this truck. (Tennesseelaw of the most beautiful having a swine meeting

that eighteen minutes of crucial this. We believe that Mr. Ford does large group of concerned states that on pickup world and luxuriant plants in the On Saturday Jan. 12, the Agriculture tonight at 7:30 Building: at the in
citizens at those trucks the aren't found in
meetings. tag shall be in the con Junior and Senior
Watergate had been know better than this. Chapters Starke. Mr. Larry of
tape apparently front. ) After the officer servatories. They grow wild attended Dairy and Livestock Weddle
erased deliberately- not by ac Although, at times the last checked tobe sure that t the tag and free. judging school. The the Ralston Purine Company,
cidentin five separate erasures.It A few more speeches like the one at meeting was sort of unruly was in front, he thanked Mr cards of the members score at- will present some good sub
and out of hand, I believe thisis Johnson and left. Free for the taking, in some ject matter that will cover
Atlantic will leave his the
City credibility as tending school will help
an indication that more rare instances although the farrowing to finishing. This I
is hoped that this taught Mr. Ford a mortally wounded as Mr. Nixon's was people are concerned with On Monday, Jan. 21, Mr. Division of Forestry, Florida Meats the advisers and to pick the teams. meeting is open to any swine :

lessona lesson that he should have long ago.relegated. their city government. It Johnson was again stopped bya Department of Agricultureand teams have poultry also judging producer, or anyone Interested i
hasn't been announced officially very rude officer for the Consumer Services, resumed in swine production.
but there has been a same reason. After much warns that Florida has a be practice. All four contests will Pick up your neighbor and
citizens committee formed for explaining, Mr. Johnson "Protected Species" law. The in Gainesville April 6. meet us tonight. j 1
this purpose.On finally convinced the officer law lists some 33 trees and '
I Too Much Power that he was. in fact, obeyingthe plants which one may not FFA On Saturday, Jan. 19, the Back to cattle, there are a
Jan. 8, 1974, a group of laws of the state in whichhe legally transplant from the Chapters will have an number of good bull sales
Lawtey citizens met and lives. wild without the landowner's outing at the FFA farm. coming up soon that should
decided that it would be permission. Members will work on the interest you if you need a good i
One of the unresolved debates, to the status of glorified beneficial to the citizens of At3:30: p.m.Just four hours farm and then be served bull to improve the quality of
carried over from 1973 into the new rubber stamps, whose authority is to Lawtey for us to get involved; later, the same officer stoppedMr. However in the path of barbecued beef. The fathers of your calf crop.A .
is to talk over our needs and Johnson for the same roadbuildmg and land- members are also invited.
year, question: Does the formed within the
out the policies
carry problems things that concern reason again. As the officer clearing sites there are often number of our own cat
President, or the office of the President, office of the Presidency.And the whole town large or got out of his car he many hapless plants that -Tommy Miller, tlemen have good proven bulls
have too much power; or, in these days small, and make them knownto demanded with hand on gun, would do well to be "rescued." ReporterIf for sale. Remember, a bull is
when a major crisis seems to occur with how that office has changed! It our commissioners, to work that Mr. Johnson get out of his Usually, contractors, half your herd. Make this the
disturbing frequency, is it for with them in any way to betterour truck. Mr. Johnson tried to owners and everyone con- year of bull improvement
necessary comes as somewhat of a surprise to our other than a public dig on
town. How can five men explain to the officer once cerned will be glad to have take your farm by the best
the President to have the time to the lan- getting
power to move generation of voters to learn shrubs get
younger know what is best for again why his license plate and trees removed on downer's available. Call me for In-
quickly, decisively, and independently? that Thomas Jefferson waited his turn everyone (about six hundred) was not on the rear of his certain types of projects. mission. That personal applies per formation about some of these
even to
to be seated at the supper table when he unless we help them? truck. The officer, apparently scroungy plants, protected by graded and guaranteed sales.
There was a time when our Government returned to his boarding house after unable to handle the situation Tallahassee Three years ago, the simple law of trespass and
At our first meeting we alone, called the police stationfor started the I've been accused
-- or at least the executive branchof being inaugurated as President. And nation's first theft. of talkingor
voted to call our reinforcements! When the dig.
itwas personified by the Presidentand Herbert Hoover was the first Presidentto "Concerned Citizens group Com- other two officers arrived they Cooperating garden clubs, -After a rainy spell, when when writing other about soil samples
his Cabinet. When a decision was have a private telephone installed at mittee of Lawtey." Officers told Mr. Johnson that they Tallahassee Democrat Editor the earth is mushily soft, is slow. All news I'll or this activitiesare weekis
made on any matter or in any field, it his White House desk. His predecessorsused elected were Chairman could issue a citation and Malcolm Johnson and good timing. It's also good "SOIL SAMPLINGDOESN'T
collective decision of Massey; Vice- force him to move his license Department of Transportationand thinking to have the hole "
was a the group of a phone booth in the White House Wayne COST IT PAYS.
chairman Mack McCulley. plate to the rear of his truck. the Division of Forestry already dug at home, some Get
officials in the executive branch. yours today.
hall! and Secretary Abbie MasseyTo After much more talking, they invited the public to retrieve leaf mulch handy so the
told Mr. Johnson that he could trees in the path of 1.10. plant can be immediately
The Cabinetheads of the various While no one would suggest that our all the citizens of Lawteywe go, but that they didn't wantto deposited when you get home.

departments of State, Justice, Defense, modern Presidents go back to these invite you to join with us at see him back in Starke Since then, the idea (muchpublicizedonnatiunalTV) has -Dig wide of the plant or LautteyGroltpOrganized

Interior, Agriculture, Commerce, Labor, humble beginnings, there is some meritto our next meeting on Jan. 29. without a license plate on the spread to other cities. The young sapling to insure get
We will the last of his pickup.
meet rear to
and all the otherswere Tuesdayof state's latest ting as much root system as
powerful men, the argument that several heads are each month at 7:30: at tree dig was held
each the master in his own field. better than one; and that, especially in a the city hall. If you have p.m.any Why should a visitor to our in Jacksonville December 1... possible. Air Problems
city be put through such an More than 600 people, with -Have, in addition to a
Republic it is important that the questions or problems and-or
powers ordeal for obeying the laws of shovels and containers, sturdy shovel a large plastic
Today, all of this has you cannot attend the
apparently and responsibilities of government be meetings, please call the state where he lives and showed up. They removed 50 bag or burlap and twine. The A group of Lawtey citizens
changed. We assume that Cabinet distributed as widely and as equally as 782.3415 or Mack at 782.3564 works and where his vehicle is different species of plants fora "root ball" should be met Jan. 8 and organized the
meetings are still held, but we rarely possible, and not be concentrated in the and they will bring them at registered and licensed? Is total "haul" of 10,000 plants. protected from drying out. Concerned Citizens Com-
hear of them. Cabinet officers have been hands of any one man.iiiliiji the meeting. up this the kind of welcome all of City folk were thrilled to find mittee of Lawtey. The an-
our visitors receive when they such treasures as Americanand -To identify unknown nounced purpose of the group
Let's all work together to are stopped by our police winged elm red cedar species in the dead of winter, is to discuss problems that
make Lawtey a better place to department? If so, we can and Chinese tallow. twig and bud formations are a confront the community,
live. certainly expect a decline in reliable clue. If seed pods are present them to the City
Sincerely, visitors to Starke. In all, more than 3.000 still on the tree, this is an even Commission, and then "work
Co/ Abbie Massey Respectfully, species of wild plants grow in surer method of identification.Most with the Commissioners in
c Secretary Florida more, by far than any way to better "
Mrs.Glenn J. CorlettP. our town.
4n other state. With trees or shrubs from
N Concerned Citizens O. Box any proper
ACnyr Committee of care, most will transplant to a low-lying swamp or wet creek
N atratetR p4 Lawtey Starke, Fla.I similar soil and climate areas need lots of moisture. Officers elected at the first

O\ range. (But don't truck a wild Water carefully even if meeting were: Wayne
two e '. I I tamarind up to Pensacola there are no lea yes to clue you Massey l chairman' ; Mack
I e. McCulley vice
BOB G. FERGUSON: JOHN: M. MILLER !i or a till to Islamorada.) that the plant is thirsty. Abbie ; and
Published each Thutday'and Publishers =: "! If J'. Winter, when plants are For those who are interested -
entered as Second Class Matter at the POSt Office Starke : dormant in obtaining a copy of All
Fla. under Act of March 3. 1879. at is the best time to Florida's Lawtey citizens are
.' Alf... .A transplant successfully a wild Protected Tree and invited to attend the next
Subscription rate in trade area: S6 per year: U.JO six months. shrub or tree. Plant List, write to Division of meeting of the committee in
Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: $7 per year: $4.00 six months. Moslem folk belief holds that supernatural beings lived just Forestry,Florida Departmentof the Lawtey city hall at 7:30:
Starke. Fla. below the sands of the Sahara tripping camels and draining Here are a few other tips to Agriculture and Consumer p.m. Tuesday Jan. 29.
water holes! help the plant fend for survival Services, Collins Building, Meetings will be held on the
in "civilization:" Tallahassee, Florida 32304 last Tuesday of each month.r .

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January 24,1971 TELEGRAPH Page 11

Yellowing Rye

Grass May Need '.

Lift Now

Those of you that have
planted rye grass should now SAVE
be considering a light ap-
plication of fertilizer on the

grass.Rye grass has a tendency to

become slightly yellow at this NGSrG
time of year says Florida
Nurserymen and Growers '
Association (FNGA). Use an I / I
all chemical fertilizer: in order
to get the maximum growth.
Fertilizer: applied now will
carry you until the grass
succumbs to the heat of early
spring.In .

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shaded areas may need SQE(1 V ti
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TELEGRAPH January 21,1971

tor. LEGALS LEGALSI HOME NOTESFROM Bradford Schools Adopt New

I will not be responsible for Courthouse for the following: assessed are as follows: HOME
any debts made by anyone other This will be considered as a Certificate No. 26. Year of YOUR EXTENSION Reduced Price Lunch LevelsRevamped

than myself. package bid and will be for the Issuance 1968.Description itr4 ECONOMICS AGENT :
-William D.Wentz year beginning February 1, 1974 J.7 salary levels to purchase a school lunch for 20 change raises the criteria for
and running through January of Property: Beginat : give more students reduced cents, compared to the reduced price meals from 150per
31st. 1975. NW Corner of N 130'of Lot 35 -t: BY KATHY BROWN '. prices on school lunches under regular price of 40 cents in cent to 175 per cent of the
INVITATIONTO 1. Regular Gasoline not less in Lawtey East of Railroad, S the National School Lunch and elementary schools and 50 Income Poverty Guidelines of
BID than 94 Octane. 50', to POB E 50', S 50', W 50', School cents in the middle school and Secretary of Agriculture Earl
I've been writing about the discusses to think about Programshave
2. Diesel Fuel #2. N 50' to POB. been high school according to Butz.
of Com !in which assessed Mid energy crisis, and before buying a lamp. Such announced by ,
The Board County 3. Motor Oil. Case Lots In 24 Name : energy Bradford Betty Gehringer, county Persons receivingfree
missioners of Bradford County quart cans and 55 gallon drums. State Homes, Inc. saving ideas frequently in the things as where you intend to Under schools.the reduced school food coordinator.Miss and reduce price lunches -
Florida will receive sealed bids to Motor oil will meet API Service All of said property being in past month or two. Did you use it, what tasks the lamp schedule price Gehringer is sending need take no action, Miss
students whose
be opened at 10.00 A.M. on the Classifications DS available !in the County of Bradford, State of ever wonder where our energy will provide light for, types of families have income below each family a notice about the Gehringer emphasizes.
morning of Thursday, January SAE Grades 10 W thru 40 W. Florida. supply goes? bulbs and shades are covered. certain increased salary levels. The Family size-income criteria
31st, 1974 In the County This oil Is to meet requirementsof Unless such certificate or According to informationI've The other new bulletin is qualify to adopted by local schools are:
Commissioners room in the engines operating under certificates shall be redeemed received from the "Selecting Rugs and Car-
Courthouse for the following: service classifications D. S. This according to law the property Association of Home Appliance pets." This bulletin Is packedfull
oil Is to meet requirements for described in such certificate or Manufacturers, home of useful Informationabout RECOMMENDED INCOME SCALE FOR DETERMINING REDUCED PRICB
1 Each Crawler Loader Military Specifications 'M I L- certificates will be sold to the use accounts for about 19.2 per types of carpets, ad- OR FREE MEAL ELIGIBILITY
Net Flywheel Horsepower, L45199 for high output diesel highest bidder at the court cent of all energy use the vantages and disadvantages FAMILY OLD--REDUCED NEW--/::'.
house door on the first MondayIn rest being used by tran- 01 each type, and things to SIZE FREE MEALS PRICE MEALS FOR REDUCED
crankcase oil It shall also
1800 RPM engine
Minimum 116 at ,
:> "
Power Shift Transmission meet the manufacturer'srecommendations Month of February, 1974, sportation, commercial, and think about before you pur- :> : _
for series 3 which is the 19th day of industrial sectors. The chase one. It tells you how to. : 5,0411
Reverse 2 Speed Forward and lubrications. February, 1974. demand for energy in the recognize quality, looking at ::1 ;' ;:

Foot Steering 4. Motor Oil In case, lots, 24 Dated this 11th day of home can be broken down as the density and height of pile, _- I. -_ 4-
follows I I ,:>.U
Double Reduction Final Drive quart cans and 55 gallon drumsto January, 1974. : and yarn construction, type of _
Gilbert S. Brown Clerk 57.5 per cent fiber the construction ,64J
1 3/4 Cu. Yds. General meet API Service Class MM space carpet _
heating; 15.1 cent- water its resilience and the ,640
Bucket MS and DG available SAE By Beulah M. Moody per backing
Purpose Equipped for Tren- Grade, l0 W thru 40 Wand meet Clerk of Circuit Court of heating; 5.7 per cent There are also sections on ';::
cher/Backhoe Attachments Military Specifications MILL.I Bradford County, Florida. 1/17 refrigerators and cooking carpet pads, cost and care. -_ -
2104 A. 4t 2/7 appliances; 3.6 per cent air If you are interested in 10 0 7,680 7,68111,520 7,681 1)L440
Equipped with ROPS conditioning 1.6 cent .JJZ
; per reading either one or both of
5. All oil
Canopy, Seat Belts and Backup purpose grease _
dryers. 12 0 8,700' 8,70113,060 8,701' 15,225
Grade 90 and 140 5 gallon and these bulletins, or need some
Alarm Safety
The rest of the energy is advice about selection of Bach: : aaa1 .l.Ona family mem err
Equipment to be OSHA 55 gallon drum. Gear lubricate NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
used to light homes and Free $510
must meet M I L-L 2105 REGISTER carpets, lamps, or other
ApprovedParts and Operator's Manualfor Specification FICTITIOUS NAME run any other large and-or household furnishings,call me Reduced$893 (at 75%)

Loader 6. Multi-purpose grease in 35 small appliances. You can see at 964-6554, or write to P. O Children from families meals free or at reduced with other unusual expensesdue

lb. containers and 120 lb. Pursuant to Section 865.09 why we put so much emphasison Box 267, in Starke. I'm always whose income is at or below prices. In addition, familiesnot to unusually high medical

1 Each Hydraulic Trencher containers. Florida Statutes, notice !is keeping your thermostatset happy to answer your those shown are eligible for meeting this criteria but expenses, shelter costs in
/Backhoe 7. All 1/2 Fuel and kerosene to hereby given that the undersigned at a lower temperature questions and assist you in excess of 30 per cent of in-

16 Ft. Diggin Depth be supplied to the courthouse University Auto since more than half the home any way possible. come, special education expenses -

24 Inch Backhoe Bucket, 5.8 Agriculture Complex, Health Brokers, Inc. 120 East energy use is for heating the Schools Need Computer due to the mental or
Struck Cu. Ft. Capacity Clinic and County Jail. University Ave. Gainesville home.Just a reminder to keep Speaking of home fur- physical condition of a child,

Parts and Operator's Manualfor The successful bidder will Florida, 32601, doing business checking, and try to adjust to nishings and decorating, are and disaster or casualty lossesare
TrencherBackhoeAll purchase from the present under the firm name of Asher a cooler temperature. you tired of your bathroom For It urged to apply.
supplier all the underground Sullivan Athletic House, 150 curtains? Many people try Help With Paying Application forms are being

equipment offered shall be equipment at major oil company West Call Street, Starke, January is a great month this trick: sew bright brass sent home In a letter to
new and of the manufacturer'slatest prices.. Bradford County, Florida, for sales for all types, but rings to pretty new bath parents. Additional copies are
model. All equipment The Board reserves the right 32091, intends to register said particularly in home fur towels (ton sale now at Deputy School Supt. W. L. probably add up to over available at the principal'soffice

listed as standard shall be to reject any or all bios. fictitious name under the nishings. I've recently purchased January White Sales) in your Kilpatrick says the Bradford $40,000 yearly. in each school. The
furnished unless is replaced by provisions of aforesaid statute. some new furniture for favorite pattern or color, and school system needs a $24,000 He says Alachua county hasa information provided on the

such optional equipment as Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk to Asher Sullivan, president. my living room, and found allI hang them from an ordinary per year computer to keep up computer like the one he application will be con-
maybe called for. Board of County Commissioners Mrs Clyde Smith, vice- wanted on sale. If you are curtain rod. with accounts that need to be wants and all agencies in the fidential and will be used only
Bradford County, president. considering a purchase, this They absorb bathroom reported to Tallahassee. county use it. for the purpose of determining
Have Trade-In Model HD7G Starke, Florida Lucille Sullivan, secretary. might be the time to do it. I steam without wilting, and Kilpatrick called a meetingwith Starke City Governmentwouldn't eligibility. Applications may
Serial 123311, Alls Chalmers 1/172t 224NOTICE treasurer. have two new bulletins, hot off take to detergent or soap suds the county commission be interested according be submitted at any time
Crawler Loader Model 'D' Serial Dated this 15th day of the press, that will be of helpto like a duck! When you decideto trying to get them to go in with to City Clerk Merrill during the school year

'1257, Allis Chalmers Grader. January, A. D. 1974 at Starke, you in this decisionmakingprocess. change your bathroom the school system on the cost Edwards. In certain cases foster
This equipment may be inspected OF APPLICATIONFOR Florida 1/174tp 2/7 decor, the towel-curtains can of the project which would Bradford County Hospital children are also eligible for
at the Bradford County TAX DEED One bulletin, "Choosing and take their place in the linen Administrator George Canova free or reduced price lunches.
Maintenance Shop in Starke, Sec. 194.16, F. S. Using Portable Lamps," closet for family use. said the hospital records are Families with such children
already kept on a Jacksonville
Florida. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO living in the home and wishingto

Terms Board: Cash reserves on DeliveryThe the rightto that NOTICE Mr L. IS E. HEREBY Gilpin the GIVEN holderof FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME ******************* NEWS ABOUT computer.County Clerk Gilbert S. school.apply should contact the

reject any or all bids. the following certificates has ..a.. "Gib" Brown said he could not In the operation of the child

filed said certificates for a tax Pursuant to Section 865.09 )." rrTccJ recommend the expenditurebased feeding programs no child
Gilbert S. Brown, deed to be issued thereon. The Florida Statutes, notice is e ; SERVICE MEN on what use the county will be discriminated against
Clerk to Board of certificate numbers and years of hereby given that the un- 1 would get out of the computer. because of his race, sex, color.
County Commissioners issuance, the description of the dersigned Ronnie Norman, Rt 1 c"o1- Kilpatrick has asked an or national origin. The
1/172t 1/24 property, and the names in Box 105-B, Lawtey, Florida, ,'1 I IBM representative to work principal in each school will
which it was assessed are as doing business under the firm ; up a cost estimate and review applications and
follows: name of "Ronnie'sAutomotive USS VREELAND Jan. 2 -- possible break-down for use of
INVITATIONTO Certificate No 51, Year of ," Lawtey Bradford ByMona ; Navy Fireman William Lane. the computer.lie determine If a parent eligibility is dissatisfiedwith

BID Issuance, 1969.Description County, Florida, 32068 Intendsto : # Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs says the state is forcing the ruling of the school
of property: Beginin register said fictitious name Marchant William Lane, Sr. of Route 1, school boards to go to cost official he may make a

The Board of County Com- SW Corner of Lot 38 N 115' under the provisions of aforesaid Starke, was commended as a accounting systems which can request either orally or in
missioners of Bradford County for POB, E 100', N 100', W 100', statute. Steve has undergone a severe crewmember of this destroyer best be done by data writing to Miss Gehringer
Florida will receive sealed bids to S 100' to POB. Section 31, Ronnie Norman, sole owner. THOUGHT FOR A DAY operation and now is on the escort for his efforts as part of processing computers. whose address is 582 Temple

be opened at 9:30: A.M. on the Township 5 South, Range 22 Dated this 8th day of January, pathway to recovery The the U. S. Sixth Fleet task forceIn Avenue. Starke. for a hearing
morning of Thursday January East A. D. 1974 at Starke, Ra. This is the beginning of a Interact took this upon the Mediterranean duringthe to appeal the decision.
31st, 1974 in the County Name in which assessed: Mid 1/10 4tp 131NOTICE new day. God has given me themselves, because they latest Middle East crisis. Hearing procedures are
Commissioners room in the State Homes Corp.All this day to use as I will. I can wanted to share the friendshipand The powerful force stood If. as nnr'p "siiBctPcl: antumohilo outlined in the policy. A

v courthouse for the following: of said property being in OF INTENTIONTO waste it or use it for good. to show that they care, for ready to evacuate American i dip banned in Cal- complete copy of the policy is
the County of Bradford, State of REGISTER What I do today is important the people whom they love. citizens from danger areas ifoima, the cop! dramas on on file in each school and in
1 Truck 1974 Rorida FICTITIOUS NAME because I'm exchanging a dayof Interact again would like to and to back up our govern- !television sue KOIHJJ tn lace the office of the principal
Engine not less than 302 cubic Unless such certificate or my life for it thank the entire student bodyfor ment's diplomats as they some impact! uitli the police where it may be reviewed by
inches certificates shall be redeemed Pursuant to Section 865.09 When tomorrow comes, this their help and support. helped negotiate a cease fire. jugging after I the l handlis. any interested party.
Tires 7:50: x 15 6 ply mud gripson according to law the property Florida Statutes notice is day will be gone forever,
rear described in such certificate or hereby given that the un- leaving it in its place,
1/2 ton long wheel base certificates will be sold to the dersigned The Bradford County something I have traded for it. I f

Automatic Transmission highest bidder at the court Telegraph, Inc., 135 W. Call St., I want this to be a gain not a
Heavy duty cooling system house door Monday in Month of Starke, Fla. doing business loss, good not bad, success not
Terms: Cash on Delivery February, 1974 which is the under the firm name of failure in order that I may not GET IN THE SWING TO SPRING WITH
19th day of February, 1974. "Bradford Printers", 135 West regret the price I paid for it! -

Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Dated this 10th day of Call St., Starke, Bradford By a student at BUS
1/172t 1/24 January, 1974 County, Florida 32091. Intendsto
register said fictitious name Has everyone noticed that
Gilbert. Brown, Clerk under the provisions of aforesaid Tim Crews has the latest JETSTEAM
INVITATIONTO By Beulah M. Moody statute. fashion in men's shirts with
BID Clerk of Circuit Court of The Bradford County his UBANGI shirt Keep it up,

Bradford County, Florida. 1/17 Telegraph, Inc., sole owner. Tim; the Toboggan doesn't
The Board of County Com 4t 2/7. 1/10 4tchg 1/31/ look bad either! '! !

missioners of Bradford County CLEAN CARPETSThere

Florida will receive sealed bids to NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Did everyone know that the
be opened at 10:00: A.M. on the TAX DEED REGISTER JV ((8-1)) Basketball team is
morning of Thursday January keeping an over-all scoring
Sec. 194.16, F. S. FICTITIOUS NAME
31st, 1974 in the County title over the Varsity's 93. I

Commissioners room in the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Pursuant to Section 865.09 Now that you know why don'tsome are several team" methods ofcleaningcaretbut.
Court House for the of you come and help
that County of Bradford the Florida Statutes, notice is
35 Ton Tandem Axle Lowboy support this winning team?
that the
holder of the hereby un-
following certificates given
Machinery Trailer The Varsity isn't doing bad .
has filed said certificates dersigned The Bradford County
All offered shall be at all, but they do need all the
equipment for a tax! deed to be issued Telegraph, Inc., 135 W. Call St.,
and of the manufacturer'slatest support they can get, so let'shelp
new thereon. fhe certifICate numbersand Starke, Fla. doing business to the Quality
both teams out. It's none can
model. All equipmentlisted years of issuance, the under the firm name of "The one compare
as standard shall be description of the property, and Office Shop, 135 West Call St., way to keep the spirit going!

furnished unless same !is the names in which it was Starke, Bradford Co., Fla.
replaced by such optional assessed are as follows 32091 Intends to register said There will be a dance
equipment as may be called for. fictitious under the tomorrow night at the New
Certificate No. 103, Year of name :
Issuance, 1969.Description provisions of aforesaid statute. Armory with Peace Machine ?JetSteBm ?
Capacity: 35 Ton The Bradford County presiding. Admission is $2 ,

Platform Height: 34" of property: Com Telegraph, Inc., sole owner. from 8-12 p.m.
The FBLA members will be
Level Deck SE Corner of SW Quarter of SE 1/104tchg 131NOTICE /
having a Car Wash today at DEEP-CLEAN SOIL EXTRACTION
Tires: 900 x 15 12 Ply Nylon Quarter, run N 18', W 142', for
10 Ft. Wide Deck POB, W 291, N 56', E 29', S 55' OF INtENTION the Bradford Middle School
and BUS. The wash will
16 Ft. Platform Length beginat
to FOB Section 29 Township 6 TO REGISTER
10 am til???. Cost is$2
2 1/2" Longitudinal Hard. per
South Range 22 East. FICTITIOUS
NAME and here's why
wood FlooringAir Name in which assessed: car, for wash and vacuum,
Brakes All Wheels and $1 for wash.
North American AcceptanceCorp. Pursuant to Section 865.09
Slope Rear Ramp Florida Statutes, notice is 1. Experience: Over 1,000,000 square yards of carpet
Jeff McRae of
Telescoping Parking Stands All of said property being in hereby given that the un cleaned
DOT & ICC Approved Lights the County of Bradford, State of dersigned George William Interact, organized a meeting by Jetsteam men.
and ReflectorsSkid for Interact and the student

Ledge Full Width of Rear Rorida Unless such certificate or Starke Lewis,, Route Florida 2 doing, Box business 93-A-2, body, Jan. 16. The meetingtook 2. Uniformed JetSteam Men : trained to get your carpet
place to discuss the
Ramp certificates shall be under the firm of Lewis
redeemed name
cleaner than clean.
Hydraulic Power Loading illness of Steve Noegel, a well
law Montgomery 353
according to the Wards N.
Skids, 3 1/2' ff property known guy around school.
x described in such certificate or Temple Ave., Starke, Bradford
3. Free estimates in in home
Rocking Beam Suspension certificates will be sold to the County, Florida 32091. Intendsto given writing your .

8 Lashing Rings highest bidder at the court register said fictitious name know what for.
Painted Standard --------------
Machinery house door on the first Monday under the provisions of aforesaid you you pay
Color in Month of February, 1974, statute George W. and Linda A GOOD SUPPLY of meatis
Motor Grader Ramps. which is the 19th day of Lewis, sole owners. Dated this valuable for the restaur 4. No soaps, no scrubbing your carpet is beautiful and
Parts Manual
February, 1974. 10th day of January, A. D. 1974at ant business, but there
Dated this 11th day of Starke Florida 1/10 4tp V31 would really be a problem if ready for use same day.
Terms: Cash on DeliveryThe January, 1974. the country ever ran out of

Board reserves the rightto CLASSIFIED AD RATES Tiffany lamps. Often imitated. NEVER EQUALLEDFor
reject any or all bide. Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk

By Beulah M. Moody Deadline for insertion
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Clerk of Circuit Court of Noon NOT JUST HISTORY Free Estimate Call Collect
to Board of County Commissioners Bradford County, Honda. 1174t Tuesday Thursday before publication.preceding a .
2/7 The American Revolution
Bradford County, Minimum Charge$2.00 Bicentennial observance
(Covers IS Words)
Starke, Florida which marks the
NOTICE OF APPUCATION Each word over IS: an- +
1/172t 1/24 FOR TAX DEED ID cents niversary of the founding of FOR QUALITYHINSON'S
the nation is not
given solely
Sec 194.16. F, S.
to past events and historic
INVITATIONTO All Classified Ads must be
BID NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, paid for In advance unless you landmarks. A re-awakening' of
that The County of Bradford the have an established account the American spirit of 76 has
to do with future
The Board of County Com- holder of the following certificates with the Telegraph. In that with solvingof
rrnaoners of Bradford County has filed said certificates event $0 cents extra chargefor longstanding problems, and

Florida will receive sealed bids to for a tax deed to be issued billing. Not responsible for for improving all Americans the quality in of hfe the 207 SE 1st Street Since 1961 Gainesville, Florida

be opened at 9:30: A.M. on the thereon The certificate numbersand errors when given over the nation's third
morning of Thursday, January years of issuance, the phone or when copy Is not to the century Florida according 372OO1ICC''rwr
31st, 1974 In the County description of the property, and typed and brought to the of. Bicentennial Commission.
Commissioners room in the the names in which it was flee


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1 STANDARD POodle stud, very FOR SALE: Zoned mobile
1 Intelligent, 964-7923. 1/17 homes acre tracts from FOR SALE: Fill Dirt. Phone

lOtchg. 3121BEATEN $2,695. As tow as$270 down Stephen Smith collect 468- INSURANCE "SSflVES"FRED

and $32 1873. 4tp 1/31 MaytagThe AT REDUCED RATES
WANTED: A woman to come ---- a month. One-half Wrangler
into my home to take care of -------- mile S. of Starke off 301. Ph. The Richard Co. Inc AUTO FIRE.. BOAT DAVIS

an infant baby. Call 964-8072. 964-6191. 1/17 4tp 2/7 distributors ? Boots
of Maytag Commercial GMC TRUCKS
1tp 1/24 down carpet paths t HElP WANTED I laundry equipment, dry FOR THE j ,\ INSURANCE AGENCY BUICK PONTIAC
------------ go when Blue Lustre arrives. cleaning, has excellent locationin : ,/ "A LITTLE RIDE CAN

WILL BABY SIT: In my home Rent electric shampooer $1. WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS Starke's new and modern WHOLEFAMILY' TCHG SAVE YOU A LOT" TF

for working mothers, a part Devrlck Inc., 301 E. Call St.. shopping center Financing, GREEN COVE SPRINGS"
964-6163. "
time. Phone 9647012. Itp survey, grand opening, etc.
1/24 Many brands of new vacuums INVESTIGATORSWE provided. Return on investmentcan

.C.Irlp $39.00 up. ,Used machines be outstanding on this

SITUATION- WANTED: Mother [ FOR RENT J from makes.10.Parts Expert Accessories Repairs all PART TIME NEED MEN credit location.contact$5,000 Gerald will handle Munday with, BOOTS YOUNG' < of two would like ref
to care for for all vacuums. Built in with cars to inspect houses, talk Market Mgr., P. O. Box 50576, a
your child in my home full or central vacuum cleaning to debtors, collect money, pick Jacksonville Beach, Fla. 32250.

part time. 964.7044.1tp 1/24 systems. 712 N. Main, up credit cards, Investigate, skip 904398.6400 or 904-9325459. Handbags O Vacuum Cleaners

------------ Gainesville 3767110. TF trace, etc. No experience 1tchg 1/24 5E
FAT OVERWEIGHT? FOR RENT 12' wide mobile necessary. No selling, pleasant Wallets and Shampooers
Try the
homes outside
limits. J. work
Diadax plan city ,good pay. You can be our
excess B. White. Ph. 9646114. If no TV Color tubes agent for the area where
fluid picture only you
with Fluidex no 100 STYLES OF WESTERN 117 N. WALNUT ST. 964-8787
prescription at Mitchell's answer call 964-6152. tfchg $79 plus labor, Dahmers live. For application and full Anson's

Drugs. 4tp 1/31 Discount. tfchg. details send your name, address AND MODERN BELTS IN STARKE. FLA.
------------ and phone number to: Mobile Homes SIZES 18 TO 56 MADE OF
---- FOR RENT; Unfurnished house FOR SALE: Plants, Cdeus, dependence, Mo. 64052. Itp WIDES WE SERVICE ALL J/28
North of city, nice yard. 964- begonias (13 varieties) Jade 1/24
5801. 1tp 1/24 trees, boxwood, crotons, INDIAN MOCCASINWESTERN
Buddy Harris house on Old ON ROOMS
hanging baskets.
Lawtey Road, Katherine 1320 Blanding Street. WANTED:Waitress for Orchard FREE DELIVERY AND SET SHIRTS til
Harris. 1tp 1/24 ------------ 1/24 Restaurant in Waldo from 2 UP 100 MILE RADIUS OL1NS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.

p.m. to 10 p.m. Call Mrs.

------------ FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom Brick Copeland 468-1211. Itp 1/24 BANK FINANCINGHWY GARRADINESLeaf 100 W. PH. 964-5604 :
------------ n
house, out of city in quiet 17 NORTH 1

PAINT PROBLEMS? Mildew, neighborhood $150 per mo. -------- --- GREEN COVETEL Shop

peeling, fading. Call The Paint Ph. 96463751tp 1/24 FOR SALE: Dairy calves, Black 284-5OO1

People, 9648181. Starke Angus or Hdstein. 964-7265, EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY 264-7311 TF 1 MILE SOUTH ON U. S. 301 LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED ft
--- ask for Russell Griffis. 1/24 LAWTEY, FLA GOOD
Paint Center, 441 West -------- REPOSSESSED
building product.
Madison Street. 1/24 4tchg 3tp 2/7 Unusual profit margin, ideal PHONE 782-340O TF CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICETractor

2/14 FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, for active retired service man, TF
410 W. ------------ Martin
Andrews Street. free training.( Week days call
------------ Contact Tolbert McCoy, 964- Florock-South, Inc. 305-425-

7818. 1tp 1124HOUSES 0964. Weekends call John CampersUS
: amp temporary Meeting
SPRING SCHEDULE being set service pole. Ideal for trailer, Hastings 904-376-4386 or 90 WEST. LAKE CITY Co.
up for individual voice lessonsto ---- -------- $65. 1 cu. yd. Sears concrete Write P.0. Box 8394, Orlando PHONE 752-3723 FRIDAY NIGHT Hipp
be taught in my home. Call 32806. Also faa
an opportunity
mixer with electric motor, $65. FOR BEST SELECTION OF 8:3O: P.M.
468-1312,7 to 1:30
: p.m. first class cement finisher.
468-1893, Hampton. 1/24
Anita Lucas. 1tp 1/24 Itp 1tp 1124FEMALE TRAVEL TRAILERS
GARAGE SALE: Saturday, Jan.
WANTED: Positive people who 26, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., 637 N. HELP WANTED: LINE OF PARTS AND 4 MI. NORTH ON U.S. 441 TELEPHONE 372-3464
would like
business General
a their Lakefront office work. High
Water Street. 1tp 1/24
own. $30 investment Write: 2 attractive mobile homes School Grad.Apply in Person, SERVICE TF WANT TO STOP.

Ad, 4313 N. W. 10th St., Lake Butler Apparrel Co., THAT'S OURBUSINESS Gainesville Fla.
------------ ,
Gainesville, Florida 32091. Neat 2 BR frame house, fencedLot Lake Butler Fla. Phone 496-
1/242tp 1/31. 3601. 1/10
$9,600 4tp 1/31
FOR SALE: Linoleum rugs 6x9, _
$3.50 9 x 12, $5.93 12 12 :J.ee
; ; x ear
------------ New 3 BR brick, central heat and
511,9812 x 15, $14.95. Dah
air, wall to wall carpets, small mers Discount tfchg HELP WANTED; To work on PumpsNew I

3 Lovable male puppies need a down payment chicken farm. House and service

good home. Call 964-6488 ----------- utilities furnished. Call after 6
anytime. 1tp 1/24 3 BR f frame house on 1/2 acre p.m. 485-5562. Eddy's LICENSED And UsedSALES i Bill's C. B. Radio

very attractiveA. Chicken Farm, Graham, Fla.
: Registered Herford 1/17 3tp 1/31 INSURED 321 Temple
.J.THOMAS REALTOR Bulls, 2 years old J. R. PARTS 9G4-B346

205 N.Temple Ave. Wainwright, 964-7835. tfchg FREE ESTIMATESPO SERVICE
LIVESTOCK HAULING: For 964-6162 Starke, Fla.
information call Greg Dodd BOX 605 DEEP ft SHALLOW WELLS
Ph. 9647408. 1/24 2tp 1/31 x-. Illlro6t, :JforlJa All Types Of Electronic.Equipment'EXPERT

GARAGE SALE: Stereo, beds, PlumbingSupplies
------------ chairs, TV, aquarium,

ROCKSUND PRINTING can 10 Acres Just Out of City, Good Friday and Saturday, Jan. LJ, BONNELL

fulfill your printing needs with Land. 25-26. 1tp 1/24 8/3O-13T-11/22 ALL MAKES

Quality, Low Prices and WANTED: Scrap iron and junk PHONE 964-7061
and 3 BR CB Const. 2 Full Baths, ------------
speedy service. Come by cars. T ft T Wreckage, Ph. Now Sells Hunting & Fishing Licenses
Fam. Rm. Dose to All
let us give your printed 9648217. 1/17 4tp 2/7

material that personal, as well Conveniences. FOR SALE: 1972 Bedroom Long ChampHome DurrancePUMP & All Management Permits.

as professional look. Presently mobile home. Take ------------
70 Acres, 10 With Pines,20 With over a SUPPLY CO.
we are open Only: 10-1 Mon., payments of $77.45 a month.Ph. and Home of the Magnetic Signs

Tues., & Fri; 1-5 Saturday. Pecan Trees, 40 Cleared. 964-8109. 1tp 1/24. WANTED TO BUY: Kingsley 864-N.TEMPLE AVE 24 Hour Service

119 S. Walnut, 9646910. 2 BR Frame Appro. 2 Mi. From Lake water frontage. Ether a [Building 1 Materials]

Oty Good Terms. ------------ lot,summer cottage or all year -WE BUILD
'round home. Would swap United FarmAgencyInc

HELP for you is now at hand 10 Acres Cleared With 2 Rows FOR SALE: Kenmore Zg-Iag nice building lots in the city of YOUR PLANS OR OURS

from Mobile Home Brokers, Planted Pecan Trees. sewing machine, 1 year old, 1/31 Starke. Call 533.22371117 3tp YOUR LOT OR OURS"

Hwy 100 Keystone Hgts. without cabinet.964-6256. Itp REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER STARKE! BUILDERSA
Stchg 1/10 1/24 2 BR Frame Lg. Home and Nice 1/24 FREE ESTIMATES
------------ PAUL & IRENE
--------- --- ------------ FAULKNERASSOCIATES PHONE 964-527O 219 E. WASHINGTON ST
2 BR CB Const. Built Recently. WANTED: Dry wall men and ADDITIONSHOMESBOUGHT STARKE. FLA

LOSE WEIGHT: Safely & fast FOR SALE: 1964 Star Mobile carpenters helpers. Browder 2305 TEMPLE AVE

with X-11 Diet Ran 300. CALLUSWE Home, 10 x 50, Central air and Construction Co. Ph. 964- SOLD STARKE. FLA 964-5O65 Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl"THE

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X-Pel 300.. Money Back TV, washer, utility buildingand ACREAGE FOR SALE REAL ESTATE? COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT S6.5O *
Guarantee. Koch Drug. 1/3- awning. $2,99b. Danny ------------
4/11 IStchg Patterson,2123 Raiford Road, 9S4-6853 CALL US FOR BEST PRICES

Starke. 1tp 1/24 WANTED Used furniture, PROSPECTS WAITING TECH Beautifully SculpturedHI
refrigerators, washers Dahmer's jj ssBBnmHBi

House. tfchg
E. Bowers, Interior and ex Sewing MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS

terior, also exterior house 986 N.Temple Ave.,Starke FOR SALE: Hay$1.50 Bale, Rex F,H.A. SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY $6.97

cleaning. Ph. 259-6025. Ph.964-7826 Brown, 718 W. Market Rd., Adult Mobile INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD

Macclenny, Fla 1/17 4tp 2/7 Wayne Douglas,AssociatePh. 964-5284. 1/24 2tp 1/31 MachineSALES Shag
.964-6693; Home ParkIN
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22 single action gun now AUTOMOBILES made in Japan by Gibson now INSTALLED PADDING PER SO YD W I.3IO
on display at Dahmers at Dahmers Discount. tfchg. I ; Toy Collie, female, tag

Discount House. 1/17 2tchg USEDFOR with Susie. Looks like Lassie, SHOPPING CENTERTF WHITE 0000oooooeooo
1/24 ------------
only small. Grandson's pet.

Call Kentucky Fried Chicken, JO-LU COURT $49.50 up TIRED OFWORKING
------------ SALE: 1964 Oldsmobile. OVERSTOCKED Factory Fresh 964-5126. 1tchg 1/24
U.S. 301 SOUTH
Loaded !Make offer. 1330 Mobile Home now at Mobile
St. 9W-3443. U Home Brokers, Hwy 100 PARTS a REPAIRS ON ALL
Blanding ---- --- -- PHONE 964-8810 FOR

repairs or remodeling, call 3tchg 1101124

Steve at 964-6191 after 5 p.m. (We E tf f/(ECUS SOMEONE ELSE
1/112tp 1/24 ------------ C MILLERBrownVolkswagen
FOR SALE: 1970 Plymouth FuryIII

,AC PS excellent condition. FOR SALE Registered Angus TREE SERVICE 611 W. UNIV. AVE.GAINESVILLE .
29,000 miles $1,500. Ph. 964- Bull Calves. J. B. White. ALL TYPES TREE WORK FLA.

WE NOW HAVE diamond !8079. 1/112tP 1/24 Phone 964-6114. tfchg BULLDOZIER LAND 378-1355 TF $v

any or ------------ -
stereo player. Dahmer'aDiscount AND LICENSED

House tfchg. 1972 4 LOTS Zoned for mobile homes FREE ESTIMATES For RentNEW tUNOCQ
FOR SALE: Gran Torino and houses. Several sub
door Sedan, vinyl roof, divisions choose from. 24 YEARS EXPERIENCEJAX. NEW a USED 24 X !58'
---------- Only
loaded small equity and ass down. Monthly payments 7688522OR SALES SERVICE DOUBLE WIDE

MOBILE HOME MOVING. Abd assume payments. Call 964- to suit your budget. Ph. 468- STARKE 964-9933 TRAILER
7446 or 9646311. Itp 1/24 1561 or 964-8331. ftchg. IMI. NORTH OF THE MALL \
mobile home hurricane anchoring 1OTP 1/31
and mobile. home roof
coating. Olin't MOBILE Home 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHS

Service. 964-6608, Rt. 100 W. JIMMY MOORE'S 80% FURNISHED Looking For A Change?
Starke Fla.
tfchg INVENTORY Clearance Sale Your

r FOR SAIEFOR .J You can save Dollars on aNew Sun SportsMORE WASHER & DRYERCOMPLETELY
Mobile Home from Real Estate Sunoco Offers
STEAM CLEANING- Engines Mobile Home Brokers, Hwy
all automotive, farm YOUR MONEY TF I Broker
types 100 Keystone. Hgts. 4733029. 1. PAID :TRAINING 2. FINANCING
machinery. Boyd Service, 2 1110.1124 STARKE -
SALE: Hulsey gamecocks 3tchg PH 964-3791 I
964-8358. tfchg pairs of Jumbo Buy Sell- Trade- HEATKEYSTONE 3.3 BAY, 2 LIFT STATION 3O.OOO ALLOCATION GALMO.

Wisconsin quail, Rlngneck ------------, COMPLETE OUTBOARD 4

pheasants> pen raised wild STERN DRIVE SERVICE Appraisals AREA FOR INFORMATION CALL:
SAWS work
SHARPENED, turkey. Argentine Bahia Hay FOR SALE: 22 hand guns AND REPAIR TF

guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or $'.60 per bale at barn. $'9.96, 15 automatic 39.96, CALL BILL POWELL CALL MIKE CAPEZZERA (9O4)) 353-O94I
leave at Jackson Building Argentine. Bahia seed 80 cents 38 snub 4996. Dahmer'sDiscount COMPLETE FIBERGLASS ,

Supply, Starke a Keystone per to. J.M. Edwards!, Box tfchg REPAIR OFFICE 964-6464 964-8346 I EVENING: ((9O4)) 378-O1O8 jp

Heights. Tfchg. 628,Phone 964-5379,Starke. CUSTOM BUILTFIBERGIASSIFISHING RESIDENCE- 964-681O

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14 TELEGRAPH January 24, ins

I Managerial Personnel Announced Fitness Class HAMPTON AREA NEWS

For 2 Shopping Complex Stores Set For WomenLarry Community By Joap this FonUliw

Baker, formerly of wife, Louise, have two sons, A health and physical fit- after the planting of Mr.
Eckerds in Palatka, will Greg, 11, and Darrin, 8. They ness class for women will be RECREATION NEWS NEW ARRIVALS Dogwood and the azaleas.
manage the Starke Eckerds enjoy outdoor activities. conducted at the Bradford News The 4-11 Carpenter meetingsare Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mrs. Sissy Santangini's
store in the new shopping Settles is from Indiana. He Middle School, if enough held the first and third McElroy were blessed with a second grade class ap-
center complex on 301-S. and his wife, Vada, plan to people show interest, says Tuesdays of each month. Niles new baby girl, who arrived at preciated Mr. Casey's kind-
Mr. Baker and his wife, move to -Starke after this Jeanne Loper. By Elizabeth Givens; Walker Scott leader of the group, 2:18: p.m., Jan. 19. They have ness in presenting them with a
Mandy, reside on Orange school term ends. Mr. Settles reports a good interest in the Mr.
The class is scheduled for named her Angela Kay. dogwood tree and the azaleas
street. Mr. Baker enjoys golf enjoys fishing.TG Monday and Wednesday Hour each meetings. The next meetingwill and Mrs. Kenneth Brown are they have planted around it.
and anticipates playing at the and Y is an Oklahoma MARTIN LUTHER KING Young People's be held Feb. 5 at 7 p.m. at .
starting Jan. 21, from 7-10 Monday and Thursday, 6 p.m. the proud grandparents.NEW They are taking good care of
Starke Golf and County Club. based firm and their Starke p.m. Interested women should BIRTHDAY OBSERVEDThe the Hampton City Hall. these flowering plants and
Assistant Manager Gary store is one of the five biggestin attend the sessions at the Grove United SIGNS enjoy watching the leaves
Smithey of Jacksonville is not the state with 30,000 square of Pleasant Chief Phillips, of the
Bradford Middle School Gym. birthday Martin out each day.
Methodist Church, Residents of Hampton are coming
Volunteer Fire
feet. will be Hampton
married and is a former They employing Luther Jr.
is King was
fee $1.50.
school teacher and graduateof between 45 to 50 permanent Registration celebrated with Stitt, pastor. Bible Class each Dept., reports that 26 boys enjoying) the new street signs.It .
Format for the class is as a banquet Mrs. Katherine
8 Prayer much easier to direct
Tuesday, p.m. is now
Mercer College, Ga. He personnel. They plan to open have their parents' consent to
follows: 7-7:30: relaxing Thursday night, Jan. 15, at Meeting Wednesday, 7::30. become Junior members of someone to where you live. Wigglesworth reports that in
enjoys all sports and the last of February. exercises; 7:30-8: health in- Carver Lodge Hall with Rev. Church School, 10 a.m., terminating the Volunteer Fire her Language Arts group, the
especially likes fishing. struction; 8: 10-9, individualand G. N. Godden, Florida State services for the day. Hampton It will be announced SCHOOL NEWS; students are doing a beginning
Both men like the small SERVICEMENFRIEDBERG group exercises; 9:10-10: Field Director of NAACP as Regular services held on first Dept later when the meetings will study of phrases, sentences
town atmosphere and the games and activities. guest speaker. He pointed out and third Sunday. be held. Principal Tom Casey ad- and paragraphs, which are
friendly people of Starke. The class offers an opportunity that the struggle was not over vises parents that school will part of the communicationskills.
Eckers plans: to open around GERMANYDEC. for women to get in for Black People. Ebenezer Baptist Church, SENIOR CITIZENSThe not be in session Thursday and .
Feb. 4. 10-- Army Private First shape and have fun, Mrs. Martin Luther King was Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. of Friday, Jan. 24, 25. Parentsare Mrs. Carol Shields is doing
regular meeting
Class Stanley E. Hammond, Loper said. born in 1929 in Atlanta, Ga., Meeting and Bible encouraged to consult extensive work with the
19, son of Mr. and !Mrs. WalterM. graduated from Morehouse Prayer Hampton Senior Citizens was fourth, fifth and sixth gradesin
Class each Thursday, 7:30: and with teachers on their children'sprogress
---- ------- held Jan. 18 opened
-- -
Hammond, 326 N. CherrySt. College in 1948; received the Sunday services begin on Friday if possible.The the field of Math. She is
F. M. Settles and Don ., Starke, is assigned to the Bachelor of Divinity degree p.m. the Pledge of Allegiance and teaching several different
dedicated with Sunday at 9:45: Hampton PTA will
The work of our Minutes were read
Fletcher, both of 3rd Armored Division in from Crozer prayer.
Orange Theological levels which begin with the
be BTU at 5:30.Regular: meet Monday evening, Jan.
must increasingly and
detectives approved, a report
Park,are managers of TG and Germany.Pvt. Seminary in 1951; won the first multiplication facts. Some of
services each 28, 7:30: in the school
these p.m.
difficult days given by the treasurer. Mr.
Y Hammond is a tank Peal Plafkne Prize for her students have progressedto
when man m plainclothes and third Sunday. and Mrs. Fayne Bateman of cafeteria. Parents should be
Fletcher is native of in C. 1st any awarded
a crewman Company Scholarship; was the long division work. The
interested in the school where
stand out from the Starke became members.Mrs. .
Florida and attended school in Battalion of the Division's32nd Doctor of
Philosophy degreein AME their child children have one hour of
Greater Allen Chapel spends so much
in the 50's. He and his in crowd. Bateman is the Directorof
Starke Armor of
Friedberg. 53 became the
; president hall.
Church, Rev. B. C. Williams, Community Education and time. It is hoped there will bea
Montgomery ImprovementAssn pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. explained to the club the good attendance at this Mrs Earsalene Zim-
and in 1955 organized the Sunday is Trustee Day. All different classes that were important meeting. merman is spending much
bus boycott that ended members are asked to please offered. The required numberof Mrs Jean Clark's first time in teaching different
segregation on city buses in cooperate with all activities of people for the class Is six, graders were thrilled with the levels of reading to the fourth,
Charlotte' Montgomery. With a group of the church. Morning Worshipat and classes can be arranged visit of three members of the fifth and sixth grades.
-iM- Atlanta ministers, he createdthe 11. All members are askedto morning, afternoon or Starke Junior Woman's Club, Mrs. Arleen Rich regularly
Southern Christian attend the Fellowship Hourat evening,according to the time Supt. James Temple, and Bob teaches reading to students
Leadership Conference, a non- !New Bethel Baptist Churchat people have. Mr. Taylor reada Ferguson They assisted in who need special assistance in
fiarpefc $ violent Civil Rights 3 p.m. Evening Service, poem about smiles.A planting a nice tree which the first second and third
: organization, was one of the 5:30.: they named Mr. Dogwood. grades.
leaders of the 1963 march in Plans are in the making fora delicious fruit salad, They are taking proper care of The children have been
Washington, and in 1964 "Come As You Are Rally" this tree and the azalea plants most interested in the films
the House
prepared by new
,w received the Nobel Peace sponsored by the young peopleof around it. The children are and special classes Mr. Casey
Chairman Mrs.Sarah Taylor,
11 Prize. the church, which will was served with cocoa, tea or taking pride in having special has been conducting in the
6 Jr He was shot and killed in terminate the second Sundayin coffee. Games were played assignments which started Science field.

Memphis, Tenn. in 1968. March. and prizes went to Buck

Dennison, Bill Schaub Bill -
Greater Bethlehem Fontaine, Sarah Taylor I1;- DAYCARE
Church Rev. ?
t Freewill Baptist ,
., Josephine Fontaine, Rudy
Card Of Thanks Jasper Williams, pastor. DeWaters and Gene Taylor. \ ;.r ..1)) CENTER
and Choir
Ushers Board No. 2
Sarah Taylor won the door
The family of the late Henry No. 3 meet each Monday price.It FROM ARM BABIES --
Whitty wishes to express our night. Senior Choir rehearsaleach '\'q
Charlotte and Lunsford Owners
Henry heartfelt thanks for the many Tuesday night. Prayer TO SCHOOL AGE 1
acts of kindness extended to Meeting, Wednesday night. was Buck Dennison's.birthday
1 "A Little Hard To Find But Worth It" us in the loss of our loved one. Thursday night the Ladies and all sang happy CONSTANT CARE- BAL NCED SNACKS

May God Bless you all. Circle meets. Friday night, birthday to him. The special NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M.
I' / -Hilda Bell MorrIs and family. Prayer Band meeting. visitor of the evening was
NE 39TH AVE Saturday dinners will be sold Mrs. Myrtle Watterson, of REASONABLE RATES

If) CHURCH NEWS from the kitchen. Henderson[ N. C. She is
FREE The Annual Church An- visiting with Mrs. Mary WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE

IzNE 31ST AVE Ii eOP New Bethel Baptist Church, niversary will be held Sunday, Watterson of Hampton. The THEIR PROBLEMS '
36 MONTHS a 0 ESTIMATESANYTIME Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. starting with Sunday School at next meeting will be on Feb. 1. I((4)

FINANCING Z Weekly services will begin 9:30.: Morning Worship at 11, Greater Bethlehem FreeWill ..
m- / with Prayer Meeting and with message by Deacon L. C. All Senior Citizens in this \ .H-
Bible Class Wednesday night. McCutchen. Dinner will be area are invited to come and Baptist Church :'=i
3003 HE 19th Dr,NE 23RD AVE. / 373-9846 Sunday School, 9:30: a.m. served at 12:30.: At 3 p.m. enjoy the fellowship of our 964-5136 i( I'
Morning Service at 11. Deacon A. C. Carter will 1101 CHESTNUT ST AT ASH ST OR
Gainesville Fellowship Hour, 3 p.m. with deliver the message. This Ruth Dennison is in FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866 ;'I
message by Rev. Willie Stitt. service will termininate activities Alachua General Hospital.

Evening Worship, 6:30.1OO : for the day.


2 ChargedIn I I I I II I II I II Florida Indian; Sales

UPTO Break-In I I II

I I I II I II Mini Bike SpecialistsSales

CASH John Hilliard, 21, and I I II
$ Freddie Clark, 20, both of
Starke arrested in
Gainesville, Thursday, Jan. I I II I I II
10, for the early morning I I II I I II
break-in of a coin operated I I II Jff KW I I II II II II II IgS
laundry.The I I II I
two have been chargedwith I I II I
attempted grand larceny I
after having tried to break I I II

$100 .DIRECT from General into a coin changer machineat I I I II I II
the E-Z Wash Coin Laundry I I II & Service
located on West I I II
Electric units
on purchased
University Avenue in I I II
CASH REFUND Gainesville.The I I II
January 1 through February men were identified by I I II ?7eo4eda Tdea. Sale
on Executive the operator of the laundry as I I II
being in the place of business I I II
central air 28
1974. Special cashconditioners prior to the commission of the I I II 4134 N.W. 6TH STREET
break-in. I I II
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New Hours: We Are Open Til Dark.


226 S. Walnut St. Starke, Fla.

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Smith heads 3 A'8 ------------------
Convicts Straight Point Problems of Future ---------- I IFrom
(From Page 1)) (From Page 1)) Officials
list $10 Guilty of
pauper payments daughter Mr. and Mrs. FRESHMEN

were formerly made. Rudolph Coleman, Starke. ( Page 1) we've bills. "How to protect the
Three gets here Is not enough, utility prepared procedures
-Thomas Metals, a local escapees Miss Coleman's classes are -Eoline Green, daughter of to do the and bays
We've to
entered Monday. found out. got are you provide existing swamps
pleas of maps
firm, received an award not'guilty at P. Aide at
to textile clothing, E.
Green, "
Mr. and Mrs. Harry stated. social services for from encroachment by
furnish steel culverts. their arraignment In Circuit The city-county project is something, Bryan necessary
-Permission Court, Monday, January 21, Starke Elementary, Library Starke. Miss Green's classes being done under a $7,000 -Roads are another county these older citizens?" he agriculture. He pointed to a
the Chevron Oil granted before JudgeTheron A. Yawn. Aide.Debra are Algebra 11, Home planning grant from the problem, Bryan said, along asked. huge bay in the Brooker area
to Corp to Scott, daughter of
Economics, World History, P. with use of the county Silent through the entire which Torode says a timber
James William Department of Community proper
begin drilling operations at Harding, 24, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Scott,
E. Modern that all is Board clears another
Affairs. land area. But now meeting, Zoning company
The in-kind
the old naval air station. The serving a term for robbery in Brooker. Miss Scott's classes $4,500
Vocabulary. controlled to extent by Chairman John 1'orode finally mile into about every
a great quarter
Plnellas contribution required of the
County, John Albert
Is located
station on SR-121, are Algebra nl, Teacher'saide Roll
The A-B and B Honor control when Gould asked .
the far water
greater up
l\Iorgan,33 county Is being opened year.Bradford
two miles south of Lake serving a 100 year Physics, Drama. provided by
students include: problem which has his opinion of what had been County currently
term for University of Florida
No date robbery In Dade
was given for -Mary Pearsall, daughter Seniors-Carol Beam, subdivision
faced the said. has
historically county. no
County( and Kenneth Marvin team Total cost to the county
the drilling to start. of Mrs. Juanita Pearsall
-The board Kellum, 21, serving a 20 Eddie Blalock, Paul Canova, to date Is $412, according to But Bradford must find a way "Everything YOll've talked regulations, Torode pointed
appointed term for second degree year Starke. Miss Pearsall'sclasses Kathy Casey, James Chandler Zoning Director L. M. Gaines. to economically pave county about Is good," Torode stated."I out. Such regulations should
members Jackson, GrIffis and murder In are bookkeeping, Marian Dowling, Stella The land use will form roads, the county board think BradforJ County Is be adopted as a county ordinance .
lIillsborough maps
County Works Supt. George Business \tath, clothing. Hazen James Hutchinson, board has he said.
the basis for chairman said. The proceeding in the right ,
County will be
tried for new zoning or-
Langley to select a site to be escape and two counts of auto June Jarvis, Janet McCrary, dinances for the county and discussed that problem many direction. We just need to keep "We have time to prepare
used for a dumping facility. thdt. JUNIORS Theresa McWilliams, Sallye City of Starke. Drawing the times, but has yet to come up moving." for these events If we act
The action came at the Meng, Deborah Shuford, up with a solution It considers Bradford County has many now," the zoning board
Trials scheduled to new zoning ordinance will call
request of Lt. Donald Jackson, -Jody Harper, daughter of Sandra Sheppard, Ann for economically feasible. large bays, Torode said in chairman said of the projects
another of
begin the
week of phase planning
of Union Correctional Institute February Rev. and Mrs. George Harper,
18. Starling, Judy Stewart, Carol for which Director Gaines .Hefuse collection and reference to Bryan's position mentioned. Torode feels
Starke. Miss Harper's classes Sweat, Landa Thornton, Nan disposal is a growing problem on draining water Into Bradford County is three to
The the will
-A bid in the amount of attempted escape oc- are Spanish I, Chemistry, Tomlinson Edwards, Debra says hopes county the county and all Its existing bays. Torode pointed five years away, at present,
curred Monday November 26 qualify more 701 planning
$19,800, submitted by the ITT when the three hid American History Vickery,Abie Williams, Robin funds from DCA. That project municipalities face, and out that perhaps it Is time for from the kind of development
Rayonier Corp., was accepted In prisoners Humanities, Algebra II, Williams, Patricia Bowen, Is to be which is to be Increased still the county to use Its zoning now going on in the Orange
55 trash expected implemented
some barrels
by the board for a portion of gallon American Literature. David Eunice, Diann Moore. In June more by a growing population."The Park area In Clay County
at the Union Correctional according to Gould.
timber to be cut from the old Miss Harper and Miss Juniors-Beth Chapman, county Is extremely
site the RMC. Institute After being tran- McMillan are the only two to Other fields In which the
airport near Karen Ferm, Mike Gaskins, reluctant to get into the
-The Board agreed to pay sported from the prison earn consistent A's all through Phillip Jenkins, Kathy Jones, local officials feel some action garbage business," Bryan Burglars Enter Take Nothing I
facility to the trash dump, the will have to be taken were also ,
the City of Lake Butler for their high school careers. Rhoda Jones, Debbie Mit- told Gould. The county,
costs incurred in paving the prisoners overpowered the -Glen Mullins, son of Mr. chell, Donna Pauley, Helen mulled by the group: however, Is being pressed by Two breaking and enterlngs through and unlocked the
truck driver at the dump -Mobile homes in the City of
parking area in front of the and Mrs. R. S. Mullins, Pearsall, Joy Starling, Sheila standards and door. Then Mrs. GraceRitches'
outside of the prison, drove Starke. Where do put new pollution took place in the city of went to
Starke. Mullins' are
county jail.Granted Starling, Tla Thornton, John by garbage collection Starke, according to the office and went
tile stolen truck to Lawtey, them In the city, asked Mayor
permission to the Geometry, Chemistry Tyson, Kathy Comerford.SophomoresTeresa businessmen who want rights Starke Police Department in through the drawers of the
and then stole a 1968 Ford Neil Tucker? lie's hoping the
II American
Owens-Illinois Corp to Spanish De- to collect In certain areas. The which desk, stated the report of
land to be revealed nothing was reported
belonging to Cephus Johnson, use study
maintain a section of road History, and Athletics.Jan Vore, Sonja Biggs, Cynthia City of Starke Is also just missing. Officer Denton DeVoe.
who resides on SR-225, east of Feb. 7 will produce some
between SR-100 and SR.238. Law tey Searle, daughter of Edwards, Cindy Gissy, answers to that problem beginning to limit the types of The Bradford County School Nothing was reported
Mrs. Grace Searle, Theressa Jennifer Jockel Debra Jor- which It will allow to be
which has plagued city fathers refuse Administration Building on N. missing.
and Chester Searle of West dan, Joanna Knepper, Bruce for the past several years. dumped into Its land fills. For Temple Avenue was broken The Air Park Baptist I
G'A'RS. ''WJ iN1tED Virginia. Miss Searle'sclasses \toyers, Donna Page, Danetle There is presently a instance, junked appliances into Jan. 19, as persons en- Church on Orange Street was
), American are Literature Chemistry, Rodrigue, James Guy moratorium on placing mobile are no longer allowed in the tered rear side door, broke the broken into sometime between .
Stalnaker, Laura Thomas, homes In the city, but Tucker ty-county dump on Old glass out of the door, reached Jan. 18.20 as person or
Fords & Chevrolets American History, Algebra Larry White, John Kilby. feels they have their place. Lawtey Road In Starke, persons unknown entered the
III Annual Staff Miss Searls
Freshmen-Ann Allen, Mayor Neil Tucker saicl.; church possibly the boarded
65's and older made straught A's all last Deborah Daria -Drainage Is a huge problem Lawtey Citizens
Bradley to the Chairman -Feasibility of a joint city- wlndlw. Nothing was :
WE ALSO SELL USED year, but missed the first slx- Christopher, Cindy Davis, Ralph Bryan county said. county zoning board was disturbed as far as G. L. j
CARS weeks this year. Edwards Ellen To Meet Tuesday
Susan "Biggest county needs In raised by Mayor Tucker. "I Roberts (custodian) could j
AL HERNDON' George, Karen Glover, Terri five on the board is can see one zoning board for tell, stated Officer GeorgeTomosovitch's
SUSED -Johnny'Hobbs, son of Mr. lUcks Hildreth Helen my years he stated.
Nancy drainage and roads," Bryan the entire county, LAWTEY A Concerned report :
and Mrs. Johnny Hobbs, Lee, Bret Marchant, Earl said. "Would you be interested in Citizens Committee has been
CARS Starke Hobbs' classes are Muse, Briar Hank ?"
Patray a zoning procedure study
"It's an enormous thing. I organized at Lawtey and will
Chemistry, American Perdue, Valarle Pierce, Gould asked. Yes, replied 2 Wrecks
meet the last in .
digging each
can see beyond just Tuesday
944 SE 4th
across from St. History, Spanish n, Poetry, Danny Reddick, John more ditches." Tucker, Bryan, and Pearson.Dr. month. ,
Teacher's Aide. Samons,Todd Schmidt, Kathy pointed that ;,
Alachua County Jail Gainesville Gould pointed out that 701 Next meeting is set
Testone, Anthony Franklin, planning funds would finance North Florida may face an Tuesday, Jan. 29, at 7:30: p.m. No flJllrleS :.
Lynn Moxley. feasibility studies on a county Influx of elderly citizens at the Lawtey City Hall. t-.
wide water and sewer moving up from South Florida All Lawtey citizens con-
systems. Bryan agreed that and some coming from the cerned with local government Three wrecks occurred in ;
NOWOPEN V AN ews . the commissIOn soon will face north to Florida's warm are Invited to attend, ac- the City of Starke on Jan. 15 in ;:;
'the problem of providing climes to avoid another cold cording to Abbie Massey, which no injuries occurred, :
sewer service to areas of winter with skyrocketing secretary according to the Starke Police
Veterans and dependants concentrated housing now Department. :y;
are of the opinion that once a developing In the cOllnty. A 1970 Ford pickup truck, .;...
Drug IlllCillg -----------------
Underwood Restaurant claim for compensation or ". believe there will come a driven by Eldon Loson Box of
pension has been denied by day when we need this water Ilamplon collided with the
the Veterans Administration We (From Page 1) left front of a trailer, hooked ,.:;:
we keep draining. can no
Ilwy 301 N ((3 miles north of Starke) 964-7169 Office, the case is closed. longer drain a road into a onto a 1962 Oldsmobile driven C..

swamp because now someone Homer Gary, $26, for Carlos Ford Mary Thomas by Ronald Everett Rice of 5
"This is not true, such a Is living in the middle of the following too closely; Hilda Kendall, Leon l"ournerie, Pensacola on .S.-301.. +:
WEEKDAYS SAT Be SUNDAY decision is not necessarily swamp." Bryan thinks the Goodman Wells, $016, for George S. Palmsiano, FureyW. Damages to the left front of ;1 w::

final," stated W. B. Mackal, county's present t policy of unlawful speed; Richard Rankin, Edwin Douglas the trailer were estimated at '
HOURS: 6 A.M.10 A.M 7 A.M. 9 P.M. director of the State of draining everything Into Arnold Bobert, $36 for Veal, Frank Walsh, David T. $150, the Ford had estimated ''".
4 P.M.10 P.M Florida's Division of Veteran Alligator Creek for eventual unlawful speed. Skolfield, Jr., John William damages of $20. No injuries or
Affairs. A decision of denial drainage into the Gulf of Hugh W. Biggs, $151, on a Haxby and Danny Lynn charges were made.A .
may be appealed to the Board Mexico is no answer to the DWI charge and driver's Crawford. 1968 Ford, driven by
of Veterans Appeals in drainage problem. license revoked for six Louis Cohen, Reinaldo Helen Baker of Hampton,
WEEKEND SPECIALS Washington, D. C. Best answer may be for the months; Joe C. Warren, $36 Gonzalez, Gerald H. Trygan, collided with a 1970 Jeep,
county to buy swamps, Bryan for unlawful speed and case John J. Reilley, Robert B. driven by Randall Rudolph
If a claim for compensation said, m which to dump excess dismissed for no valid driver's l\1ondshine, Michael Simon Chism of Starke on Cherry
or pension has been denied, water. With the number of license; Gina Kim Crosby, $26 Acierno, Mark Barry Koslow, Street. Damages estimated, to
I. L. Holmes, Clayton Hardy the Jeep were $100 and $25 to I
SATURDAY SUNDAY said Mackall, the veteran may wells being drilled increasing fine, sentence suspended,
PatricialNichols 1 the Ford. No arrests or in-
furnish additional evidence daily the county should think careless driving charge Weatherington,
PURE GROUND BEEF Chicken before appealing his case. about saving all the water it reduced to failure to yield Callen, Tony juries were made.A .
can. Bryan's remarks almost right of way by the court. Dimonda, Wilford Smith 1968 Ford, driven by Gary
Italian Spaghetti Meat Loaf & Dumplings: can be termed revolutionary Louie Hampton, $26, for no Johns, Billy Benjamin Allen Homer of Ocala, collided with
MASHED POTATOES Even If he has no further compared to the previous valid driver's license and $151 and Joseph D. DePaula. the back end of a 1970
BREAD CANDIED SWEET' evidence to support his claim, attitude of dumping excess for driving while Intoxicated. Forfeiting bonds on other Chevrolet, driven by Valaria
CHOICE OF TWO VEG POTATOES but, does have substantial water off,never mind where it Case dismissed on a charge of traffic charges were: Shuford of Lawtey. According
COLE SLAW HOT reason to believe the decision ends up. Another ditch is the Improper backing; Kris Allen Terry Wayne Neighbors, for to Officer J. L. Howard'sreport
2 VEGS $179 BREAD is not exactly in accordance present Idea of water control, Wessinger, $26, for running a operating vehicle without Ms. Shuford was
with the law and the facts at Bryan said Monday, but stop sign. headlights; Walter Adolph traveling on US-301, trying to
$169 hand, he may appeal the predicted the time Is coming Fifty-two traffic violators Bettler, no valid inspection make left hand turn into the
BREAD PUDDING Jecision at any time within when the water now drained forfeited bonds on unlawful certificate; Wendell Eugene Bradford County Courthouse
DESSERT. OR OLD FASHION RICE PUDDING lone year from the date of the away will be needed. speed charges. They were: Johnson, no valid driver's parking lot whenever Homer'sChevrolet
letter denying his claim. "Waiting until that time Ricky Briley Bryant, Phillip license; Boyd Dean Baker, no struck her in the
Christopher Serrano, Nancy tag; Robert Lee Washington, right rear with Its left front.
Wyllys Roberts, Richard violation of driver license Damages to the left front of
restrictions, and Ellis Homer's car were $800.
Mark Perry, Quitma
Grantham and Lois F. Green. Pelham, for running red light. Damages to the rear of Ms.

T Carl Wilton Gunter, Jr., Cases were dismissed Shuford's car was estimated
erwillegar Motors James Kenneth Benenhaley, against the following: at $650. Homer was charged
sa\e Sale Dan Glenwood Washington, Emmit Bryson, Jr., Ricky with following too closely

Gary J. Wells, John DeForest R. Carroll, Paul Dale Brown
Baker, Leo 1\1. Decker, and George Raymond

Cana(! ( IJGJmm$10[! $ oE! (oaLLIJL mJ! ? aoa Ludwig Kathleen Amidon A. Kohmann, Herman, Thomas drlver's,license.all for no valid MJ Neighbors

1\1. James Howard Norman, 16, .
Levengood, Margaret "I; -.
Longboat and Bobby Gray on a careless driving charge I.. (t'<<,"."' ,:11...\ .\..... "t'.1. t"i.
for 6 If"
Sizemore. was placed on probation
1972 Ford Fordor 1970 Ford Jack Bernard Martin, months, had his driver's -'- .
Marilyn Kay Joyner, Charles license lifted for two weeks ,'rc ? ;nth
New Courier Pickup Or Torino Gt. Edward Bobinger, Gerald and must submit a 1,000 word : .

$169500 (6) Automatic $129500 Edward Williamson, William essay to the court entitled, ... .
Ramon Perez, Edward John "Why I Need 1\Iy Driver'sLicense. I
Potuer & Air Bezdek, Jack Oliver Gann, ." .
G as S aver S25115DD. Ernest Leon Whittaker, Ernest Johnny Waters, $36, for no cf: : .
Mack Dell and Hollis valid driver's license and $26 ..! ,;(

Harold Powell. for no tag on vehicle, sentence .

1972 Ford Chalker Whitner Brown 11. suspended by the court. .&'"They're pl..tlel"

1968DodgeFordor New 1974 Ford Pickup Gran TorIno Sport -

$89500 Coronet 440 302V Automatic-Step Bumper $229500 Poreer & Air Precision Cycles

H.D Vinyl Trim-\V.C. Mirrors

1970 Ford ((2)1972) Chevrolet Introduces''

SSt2D T1244

Squire Wagon Fordor THE DYNOMOMETER I I I

$169500 New 1914 LTD Fordor Automatic&\ir "
f'rdIPower&Air $129500 "

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1969 Olds 1967 Ford Come By 1"0 Have Your Cycle

S42J5DD C2774

Forclor Wagon Tested & Diagnosed By

$109600 Good Condition New 1974 $29500 Automatic

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1973 Ford ((5)) Pass. 302V Automatic 1971 Chevrolet

Van 302V-8 Airconditioned Radio- .-' CyclesL'J

Automatic White Tires Decor Fordor
$ 00 3003 H.E. 19t1t Drive GainenilleU
$299500 9,000 Miles 995 Automatic & Air lI"
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The increase in the inflationary -
rate doesn't seemso
I bad when you notice that
all that's happened is that
by Elizabeth Terry we have eliminated the

n in oj the
decimal front
Church Activities and Children of Highland, ney, and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. I rv point
Church of God Sunday Julius Eunice and Mrs. North and family of percentage.

School, 10 am. Worship Harold Eunice attended the Jacksonville on Saturday. On O+.OrOw
Services, 11 a,m. and 6 p.m. wedding of her son, Sammy Sunday they visited their son-
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, Eunice, and Miss Martha in-law, J. D. Beach, in An extra job.
7:30: p.m.Faith Batten at Theressa Baptist Memorial Hospital ,
Baptist Church Church on Saturday night. Jacksonville.Mr. .
Radio Program over WPXE
Starke, 8 a.m. Sundays, Bible Chief and Mrs. Vernard and Mrs. Waldo Pringleof 113 )
School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Hughes of Green Cove Springswere Worthington Springs were
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. guest of their sister, Monday overnight guests of
School on Bible Doctrine, Mrs. Jack Kuhne, and John their sister, Mrs. Pierce
Tuesdays 8 p.m. at the last Thursday. Other guests Crews. Other guests were her u4 f a I
Pastor's home. Prayer were Mrs. Carolyn Holmes of sister, Mrs. Onie Thornton, ? :'II f
meeting each Wednesday Starke and Marjorie Denman. and cousin, Mrs. Alphie
7:30: Bible Study. They helped Mrs. Hughes Parrish, of Auburndale, who
Grace United Methodist celebrate her birthday an- spent several days with Mrs.
Church Sunday School 9:45: niversary by serving cake and Crews and friends in the

a,m. Worship Services 11 a.m. coffee. community.Mr. .
and 7 p.m. MYF Wednesday 7
p.m. followed by Choir Mr. and Mrs. Brooksey and Mrs. Ken Amato of
Practice at 7:30.: Futch of Lakeland were Middleburg, and Mr. and Mrs. I
United Methodist Women guests of their cousins, Mr. Charles Thompson of 2 I You
ra 1- i.mi corn 52 56 to$4.i0 an
held their regular meeting and Mrs. Les McClellan last Hanover, Inc., were dinner : Q. L----- hour mviuimu r ul.
Tuesday, Jan. 15, at the homeof Friday afternoon. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul -- < lr monthly
Mrs. Frances Hamilton, Lock and family on Sundayand 111<'<'llnll'

Starke. Refreshments were Joseph Starling and Junior helped them celebrate the First thru fifth grade girls who participated in a two aFternoon Basketball team last Saturday night and helped fill the BUS
served before meeting was Austin were dinner guests of 13th birthday of their son, cheerleading clinic cheer for the Bradford gym. The clinic was sponsored by the Bradford High
opened. Mrs. Minnie Coss Misses Brenda Holmes of Tom. Cheerleaders.Don Flu. National Guard

gave the devotional. After a Starke and Marjorie Denmanon Mrs. Daisy Boch, Lynn, and Mrs. Hubert Priest returned 720 Edwards Rd.
brief business Mrs. Tuesday evening at the Among those attending the
meeting Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson spent home Friday after spending Sprouse of Miami wasa
Hamilton presented the home of their aunt, Mrs. Jack Walt Disney movie at Florida the weekend with her son- sometime with her son-in-law guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-

program.Highland. Kuhne. Theatre of Starke on Friday in-law and daughters, Mr\ and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ward Roberts and family last
Baptist Church evening were: Mr. and Mrs. arid Mrs. Virgil Griffis and John Morris and new grand- week and helped them to plan
Sunday School, 9:45: am. Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley Flem Starling, Mrs. Carl family and Mrs. Maines daughter, Debbie, in Par- and install a plumbing shop in
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish Norman and sons Mrs. Griffis and children of sippany, N. J. their home. Other guests of Block has
Choir Practice, 6:30: p.m. attended a fish fry on Friday Darlene Norman and sons, Palatka.Mr. the Roberts were Mr. and Henry
Evening Service, 7:30: Prayer night at the home of Mr. and Nora Starling, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. Hoyt Alexander of

Meeting Wednesday, 7:30: Mrs. Fred Bennett.Mr. Bobby Norman and family, and Mrs. Wm. Barrett Shuford and family, and Vicky Miami, over the weekend.Mrs. 17 reasons why
and Mr. and Mrs. James and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. An- Nicula, visited Disney Worldat you
p.m.Northside Baptist Church and Mrs.\ Jack Harveyof Pearson and family of ders have charge of the Cub Orlando on Wednesday.Mrs. .Elsie Norman, Mr. and
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Orlando( and Mrs. Gara Raiford. Scouts of Lawtey. The first Mrs.Carl Norman and family, should come to us
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Dorman and Mrs. Leila Peevyof meeting was held at the homeof Hermie Kelly attendedthe and Mrs. Darlene Norman
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Ocoee were guests of their Mrs. Harold Eunice was a Retired Teacher's Lun-
Mr. and Mrs. Anders on and sons, were guests of their
Monday at 730.: brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Sunday dinner guest of her son Saturday with eight boys cheon on Thursday at the uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. for income tax help.
and Mrs. Carl Prevatt
on and daughter-in-law, Mr. attending.Mr. United Methodist Recreation Earl Harvey of Seville on
of last week. Other of Graham.Mr. .
Monday Mrs. Phil Eunice
Mr and Mrs. Ronnie Mosleyof dinner guests were their Building in Starke. Saturday. Reason 1. We are income tax

Maxville,Mrs. Gene Eunice granddaughter, Mrs. Glenda and Mrs. O. J. and Mrs. Horace
Boyetteand Hodges and family of Mac- Mrs. Mae Wells returned specialists. We ask the right
Moore, and children, of Lake family spent the weekend clenny were Saturday evening home Sunday after spending SERVICEMEN questions. We dig for every honest
City on Saturday.Mr. with her brother and sisterinlaw -
sometime with her and
dinner of their brotherinlaw
guests -
and Mrs. Sammy Mr. and Mrs. Richard deduction. We want to leave no
and sister, Mr. and daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. Navy Aviation Fire Control
L1Ask Eunice have moved into our Durban of Woodstock, Ga. On stone unturned to make
Mrs. Morris Kelley and Ernest Wells, and sons. Technician 2nd Class Charles sure you
community and are occupyingthe their way home they stoppedby family. W. Coleman, son of Mr. and pay the smallest legitimate tax.
former Emory Eunice to visit friends in Valdosta,
Mrs. H. W. Pringle of Mrs. Ned C, Coleman and
chased.Mr.home which. they have pur- Ga. Mrs. Cathy Griffis of Worthington Springs and !Mrs husband of the former Miss

Blytheville, Ark., formerly of D. L. Shaw of LaCrosse were Linda K. Wright of Route 1,
Mrs Onie Thornton of
and Mrs. Fred L. Auburndale and Mrs. Pirce Starke, is visiting Mr. and Sunday guests of their sister, Starke, has completed the
Mrs. Robert Bates. Mrs. Pierce Crews. advanced aviation electronics
Roberts of Jacksonville were Crews visited their brotherinlaw -
course at Millington, Tenn. He
Thursday evening dinner and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee returned Mr. and Mrs. J. F. joined the Navy in 1968.
their brother-in-law
of of
guests Waldo Pringle
home after Robertson visited their son-in-
Tuesday spendingsix
and sister,1\lr.\ and Mrs. John
Springs on Sunday afternoon.
CharleyE. days in the Methodist law, J. C. Beach, of
Tye. Jacksonville. Jacksonville,on Sunday. They
Mr.and Mrs. visited
Mobley report that he is steadily Two Navy Hospitalman
Mr. and Mrs Earl Teston their son-in-law and daughter,
Mrs. Jack Pons of improving. Apprentices, David L.
z and family were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones of
1 Tallahassee Tuesday Rogerts, son of Mr. and Mrs.
was a
dinner of their
guests son-in- Raiford afternoon
Johns I law and daughter, Mr. and on Sunday overnight guest of her mother, Mrs. Glen Shuford, Sheri Don H. Chitty of Starke, and
of Mrs. Bryant Reddish.Mr. and Nancy, and Mrs. Hester Keith 1\1. Tetstone, son of Mrs.
Mrs. Randy Hayes Hampton. Mrs. Peggy Dobbs, Mrs.
Hicks attended the
weddingand Mildred E. Tetstone, also of
About This Question: Mary Kuhne and Mrs. Carolyn and Mrs. Truman reception of her niece, Starke, recently completedthe

Mr and Mrs. Edward stork Hodges shower were at hostesses the recreationhall for a Norman and Ricky were Miss Gayle Hogan, and Hospital Corps School at THE INCOME, TAX PEOPLE
dinner guests of their son and Michael Stepping, at the San Diego, Calif
"I might have known Roberts and sons of Miami of First Baptist Church on
daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. United Methodist Church on Hospital corpsmen assist 118 NORTH WALNUT ST.
moved back to their home Friday honoring
boy would lose that evening
Ontario Street Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Reggie Norman of Ichtucknee doctors and nurses in every
here on Saturday.Mr. Mrs. Marla Walker. The
school instrument. lie Springs.Mr. phase of medical service,
forgot it on the bus, and and Mrs. Cecil Wade of young games, after sponsored which Mrs.two Nellie Parrish of including x-ray, laboratory PHONE 964-8286
.and Mrs. Lonnie Teston Maxville was a Sunday dinner work
operating room
weekend No
it's just Would Tampa were guestsof Walker opened her gifts. The Open Today Appointment Necessary
gone. their brother-in-law and hostesses then served cake were Thursday overnight guest of her in-laws, Mrs. assistance, and general
musical instrument guests of their mother, Mrs. Hester Hicks and Mr. and practice.
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred and punch to the 20 guests
insurance covering loss, Moore. Ohter guests were present. Robert Melton of Ocoee. Mrs.Glen Shuford and family.

their brother and sister-in- JI
theft accidental
Mrs. G. L. Peterson of
law Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Mrs. Daisy Boch and Lynn

Johns from than damage 1 Agency the%have of Charley the?"cost Value less E. sister-in-law Boyer guests Fairfield of of Tampa,the Mrs.were Moores Fred and luncheon Boyerof their on and son-in-law and Mrs.Mrs.weekend and Virgil Nellie daughters guests Griffis Wilkinsonwere of, Mr.and her daughter Robert Keystone her E.Heights,Lee son-in-law Mr.on was Tuesday.and a guestof Mrs.and I] LjJLa([] (D [ iiicui;; ; (]

with the
Saturday. They, family, and Mrs. Maines
Moores, attended the 75th Griffis and children of Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayesof
of their Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. By Southside;
E. birthday party Palatka.Mr.
Charley G fl
brother, E Doyle Boyer.II at Wayne Teston of Starke were Hwy 1DD E. .

Confederate Point Club and Mrs. Wm. Barrett Thursday evening dinner School
JOHNSAGENCY House, Saturday night. and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. An- and guests Mrs.of their Earl parents Teston,, and Mr. i:) W LJ:;
ders have charge of the Cub
ST Mr. and Mrs.\ J. F. Scouts of Lawtey. The first family. THESE SPECIALS GOOD AT THIS LOCATION ONLY

PHONE 964-5O7O Robertson visited their meeting was held on Saturdayat
daughter, Mrs. Edith SwinGUARANTEED the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Rev. and Mrs. Jimmy
Parrish of Raiford returned
4 . p44< 44< 4 * * 4 * 4a,. W.attending.Mr.Anders. with eight boys home from Miami on Monday.We Fla. Grade

,. ,. are happy to report that "A"r p"wr, \ r\ '* |
,. ,.. and Mrs. Hoarce his brother came through
,. a ,.. Hodges and family of Mac- open heart surgery fine and Large I
went home the
on Saturday,
clenny were Saturday evening .
,. ,.. dinner guests of their brother- .
,. TO BE FRESH ,.. in-law and sister, Mr. and 19th.Mr.. and
Mrs.I\ Kelley and Mrs. Danny Eggs
Thompson and sons of
,. ,.. family. Jacksonville were dinner

: 4CJnLLa4] ( 0 1 UIJU( [! : guests of their parents Mr
Held over from last week: and Mrs. Fred Moore on
,. ,.. Saturday.Mrs. )t r' SSc DOZEN

: J00 1I1 0UEru0( : Mr. and \Mrs. Vernon Johnny Jenkins and T: .

,. ,.. Mobley visited their son-in- her daughter, Mrs. Jennie Lou

: aLULfflJD( : law and daughter, Mr. and Green visited her parents, I .
Mrs Paul Jones of Raiford Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders, on
Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Wednesday. Other guests the
same day were Mrs. Ruth
Peggy Dobbs, Mrs. Steinhouser and Mrs.] Ruby R
Mary Kuhne, and Mrs. Leite, also of Jacksonville.Mr. / 411,
Carolyn Hodges were
i1 hostesses for a stork shower at and Mrs. Ernest Hewittof
: RESTAURANT ,, : the Recreation Hall of First Tallahassee spent from

,.. Baptist Church on Friday Thursday to Saturday with
ORDERS ,.. evening honoring Mrs. Lester their parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. a .
,.. Walker. The young people Arlie Dobbs. ea
WELCOME ,.. sponsored two games, after
,.. ,.. which the honoree opened her Mr. and Mrs. Greg Dyal of
,.. ,.. gifts. The hostesses served Warner Robbins, Ga spent
cake and punch to the 20 the weekend with their

: Stark ood : guests present. parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. Leo
Svaf Dyal and family, and Mrs. EVER FRESH FRITO
Mrs Onie Thornton of Lomie Mosley. Corn Chips
: OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT : Auburndale and Mrs. Pierce
Crews visited their brotherinlaw Hermie Kelly returned
: OPEN 212 E. WASHINGTON and sister, Mr. and Mrs. home Friday after five days in Bread Buy 1- Gel 1 60ZPKG.

MON SAT STARKE FLORIDA Waldo Pringle of Worthington Memorial Hospital ,
f4s4K * * 1M4i * ** Springs Sunday afternoon. Jacksonville.Mrs. .
<&aK>oateammmmaammaaeHBmR Harold Eunice was a

A W. ...'.. .....di.... t+. guest of her sisters, Mrs. WE STOCK A
Linnie Harris and Mrs. Pansy COLDEST BEER IN TOWN
1AI6 Knight of Maxville .
UT SiliCTMN W MV on Friday.Mr.

It .1 % p.T1ACTOU NOW IH STOCI attended. and the Mrs. Evangelical Fred Moore G 2* MAGAZINES AND FULL SELECTION OF WINE

Quality Service Conference at the Civic POCKET BOOKS
v' Auditorium in Jacksonville on V
Ollvmr S.l.s ..
i k. n.w A us.tliipm Open 7 Daysa
Kenny Terrell of Gainesville
h 121 .... i .nt spent the weekend with his LIL" CHAMP
ILaCrosse sa elf grandmother, Mrs. Joe
r TIACTOVSCOMVINCI Dorko, and great-
I F aa Hdd.WlndcraotaryMow.n.NoII.adand i grandmother Mrs. Mae -
I Vackankal'Traniplanlan. Wells.J. .
I I",.,.,r>ump..lie.CaM Plantar, ..Cualt Haf FOOD STORE
I and Kind Harrows,Ltly and a...flow' Ipr...... C. Prevatt Jr. of
I Kuin) and. L.',Hay T......I flullinl, Gainesville was a guest of his A.M.11 P.M.
I 1b.n.46 -162(1 Crop Sprayers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
I 4T-2/14 c'aFina'a'jfm' a'o Prevatt on Saturday.
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