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 31, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

Vol. !95 STARKE. FLORIDA 15 Cents

No. 28 Thursday,January31.1)7I!) Copy


Senator Hits Energy Crisis

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Faults Business

And GovernmentFor


Oil ShortageGross Il t

incompetence of government and the fact that i \Yq 1 ,

major oil companies stopped building refineries are F
two major reasons for the current oil crisis the United

States is undergoing Sen. Bob Saunders D- 4N
r Gainesville believes. T'i Ib \ '

"One problem we have in the energy crisis is that

the only people who know the facts are the oil com-
panies," Sen. Saunders told some 150 guests at the
27th annual dinner meeting of the Starke-Bradford

County Chamber of Commerce last Thursday night in
the Starke Woman's Club.

Local Attorney George Pierce, minutes after being

z4'L installed as 1974 president of the Chamber, pledgedthe r i iYI I I 1 i "
business organization to doing everything in its III

power locally to help conserve energy.

Having correctly predicteda in holding up and preventing
banner year for 1974 refinery building, nuclear Newly installed Starke-Bradford Chamber President George; Pierce congratulates
Chamber Executive Vice- energy in soma cases, even citizenshipaward! "inners:\1rs. Ida Lee Brown, center: and :Mac Baldwin, left

President John Myers, the hydro-electric projects.
state own prognosticator "This might however, be a
: "...ouroptimism mustof blessing in disguise since 2 Citizens HonoredFor
necessity be somewhat
Pf there has been a distinct
u 71, I rr C.L cooled. change in attitude as peopleare
'MaE "The energy crisis has sent
now becoming more
economists scurrying back to concerned with shortagesthan
their crystal ball and slide ecology." Community ServiceMrs.
rules to revise previous op- Speaking off the cuff and
timistic forecasts for 1974. straight to the point, Sen
A front end loader of the 153rd Engineers!; of Lake City moves the pile of rubble which was the Shortages in steel, chemicals, Saunters, the guest speaker Ida Lee Brown and winner of the humanitarian ride her school l bus and after
old outhouse back of the old Bradford courthouse. paper prociucU and plasticswill and his wife, Millie, Mac Baldwin were saluted as award as being instrumental hearing of his plight decided
apparently -
have an adverse effect on felt much at outstanding community in the organization and something had to be done to
the economy if they continue. home in Bradford pretty County servants in 1973 by the Starkesecuring the financial backing help him. With a limited
\ Old. Outhouse Bites The Dust "Environmental activism is which has given the senator Bradford County! Chamber of of the entire,! community! !! in knowledge of such matters,
\ - blamed in part for the shorstaunch-support i--bOti1-his Commerce: at its 27thi annual aiding Richard Crews a :Mrs. Brown set out to organize

A combination of two unused for many years carpenters, and other tages, particularly in state senate races. Advancing meeting last Thursday young Bradford man with a a campaign to provide
National Guard units united formerly served as public technicians to assist the removing most of the quickly in the conservative mght.' ? serious kidney ailment. I financial assistance to him.
their efforts Saturday in a toilets before inside facilitieswere project during monthly drill economical coal from the chamber Manager John She remembered this young She played a major part in
Civic Action Project to assist installed in the 72yearold weekends. mainstream of the economy, (See Page 4)) Myers described Mrs. Brown, man from the time he used to arranging for the combiningof

the Bradford County red brick building now the existing Lucille Lovell(
Historical Board of Trusteesin undergoing renovation for use Kidney ,Fund, w ith the current
"Operation Outhouse," the as a future Bradford County lund raising! effort tor Crews
removal of a dilapidated brick Museum. into the Bradlord County
and block structure from the The demolition project was $4 Million Retirement Complex Kidney Fund which hopefullywill
old courthouse grounds.The planned and coordinated not only help Crews but
unsightly building, through the local Guard unit, other. persons in the countywho
Co. D, 53rd Spt. Bn., with might some day havekldnl'y
Capt James Reddish as ailments.
-Ii Commander, and SFC CharlesJ. :Mac Baldwin of Starke
GJJf3J0? r l m drier Schaefer shop foreman in Planned For Park-Of-The PalmsA received the Community
..., -'-- "- the Maintenance Platoon. St'r'lceward lor his unselfish
and continuing effort

Commander $4,000,000 retirement sidewalks completely classification as a "Planned for the project will also besought initially. Mojonnier said with on behalf of his community
Engineers of Lake City community will bring an surrounding every building, Unit Development" since Mojonnier said.A possibility of ting in later He has been an active
provided a front-end loader estimated 300-330: new and a covered walk to the buildings of various types are self-contained "package"sewer with the system proposed to member of the executive
and dump trucks and the residents and 80 to 100 new job dining room. involved. Tax exempt status plant will be utilized (See Page 4)) directors of the Bradford
professional technicians to openings to the Keystone Morgan said there would County Fair Association lor
Heights area, it was revealedat also be a docking area for
operate them: SFC Carl the past six years, and as such
Wainwright, in charge of the a meeting in the Park-of-the small boats, and gazebo-type has been instrumental at
Palms Chapel Monday night. shelters near the lake where New Friday
detail; SP-5 Gary Sandlin, SP- Stump's Opens considerable personal expense -
R Ed Sanders, SP-S Clifton Robert Mojonnier, vice- residents can fish, or just in arranging lor the
MARCH OF DIMES Ward and SP-4 Gary Ward. president and secretary of the relax. The landscaping will reigning :'ollssmenca to
Stewardship Foundation, Inc.. include fountains and or-
Sunday Feb.325p.m. Personnel assisting from of Wheaton 111., who will namental plantings.In Eckerd Drugs Next Thursday appear Bradford County annually Fair at the
the local unit were: SP-4 Kim for the
Carlton, PFC Randall provide financing answer to an inquiry Baldwin has served as
project, said that if work is about doctors to staff the new president of the Starke-
'_ Sponsored By Massey, E-2 Charles Wright, started in April, as an- nursing home, Morgan said he The new Stump's Depart- The new Bradford Square Oklahoma. Louisiana. Bradford Chamber presidentof
and PFC Robert Powell. address is 823 South Walnut : Delaware and
is that ment Store will Mississippi
STARKE JUNIOR possible open
ticipated had had a recent inquiry froma the Starke Rotary Club and
WOMAN'S CLUB The City of Starke residents will be moving into of Jacksonville tomorrow (Friday Feb 1)) in Street. The store! will occupy New Jersey, is the largest \\as 1973: president of the
cooperated with the project by the first completed unit ithin group interested in the new Bradford Square 6.000( square feet. subsidiary of Jack Eckerd Starke Shrine Club.
providing several loads of dirt physicians Jack Eckerd Drug Co., The also
Center to be Corp.
Assisted By a year. Target date for offices at a Shopping company has
establishing He
to fill in the hollow left by based in Orlando will hold the dozen Eckerd actively
Bradford High completion of the entire location Highway 100 nextTuesdayFeb. 5, operates a in the workof
on participated
FBLA Club removal of a four-inch con complex is 1979. across from Park-of-the- by Eckerd Drugs.Stump's grand opening of the 41-Uh Optical Centers in Florida's the local Chapter of the
crete slab on which the drug store in its chain next Tampa Bay area.
Varsity Cheerleaders Included in the project will Palms. will celebrate its Future Farmers of America
building rested. be three three-story apartment 63rd in Starke Thursday, Feb. 7. it was Other Jack Eckerd companies
said that anniversary
The architect new lor which he was presentedwith
The entire operation was buildings with a total of buildings would follow a with the grand opening of its announced Wednesday by include a chain of 23 J. their outstanding service
completed in about six hours F. Roberts, president of Barons Stores in
RUMMAGE SALE 204 units a 50-bed nursing tropical style of architecturewith new Bradford Square store Harry Department Award and made an Honorary
Saturday.The home, a new church buildingwith heavy decorative beamsin Friday Founded by Fred F. Jack Eckerd Corp. Florida: Kurman Co., Inc. Farmer.
Saturday, Feb. 9 Starke Guard unit has 500 seating capacity, a 30- natural woods.Mojonnier Stump in 1911 on Call Street in The new drug store will and Kurman International Chapter
9am. 3p.m.Corner been assisting with renovationof bed lodge, a new dining hall said that several Starke the opening Friday at occupy 10,0 square feet at major food service and Through his efforts and with
the old courthouse since last with 350-seat capacity, and a details must be settled before 9 a.m. will mark the first 831 South Walnut Street in equipment purveyors to the financial backing of other
of: fall by providing painters, recreation area including the starting work this spring. The major expansion of the Bradford Square. It will be clients in Florida and Latin local businessmen, the Starke
shuffleboardcourts owned managed by Larry J. Baker, America and Gray Security. Jaycees were rechartered and
Walnut& MadisonBy existing pool, first will be the matter of department store still
Community Bank Drought a putting green and zoning with an application to by the Stump family. assisted by Gary C. Smithey. Inc.. which provides reorganized into one of
other facilities. be filed for a hearing before Stump's will maintain its Jack Eckerd Drug Co.. protective services to industryand Bradford's most successful
Sponsored by Broken The new development is the the Clay County Zoning Board location on East Call Street which also operates drug government in the community service
Hospital AuxiliaryFOR outgrowth of a merger of two in February asking for for several months. stores in Georgia_ Texas, Southeasta organizations. As co-sponsor
corporations, Park-of-the- of the Lucille Lovel Kidney
BrieflyA Palms Church, Inc. and the Fund he and others worked
Stewardship Foundation, Inc. diligently and were successfulin
MEDICAL EMERGENCY SERVICEDial January drought was The present facilities and Street Markers Pushed Over In Lake ButlerLAKE raising over $30,000 for this
broken briefly Monday with
property of the Park-of-the- project.
less than a third of an inch of Palms will be absorbed into BUTLER....This Union County High School. In this month's meeting a cookout or supper, but no
964-6161 rain measured, and Wed- the planned community with city's newly installed street Part of the markers were new trades instructor, one asked us and no one
or nesday when showers were the exception of the Park-of- markers have had their ups finished by students in the William Woodward, was presented us with a bill. It was Truck
18003421516Toll beginning to fall at press time.It the-Palms Chapel, which will and downs of late as vandals class this past year and the present and presented the our understanding that when FlipsWORTHINGTON
Free was the first measurablerain continue as a separate cor have attacked more than a rest were under completion by council with a bill for the all the markers were complete -
for the month, which has poration.Monday. dozen different corners this year's trades classes. markers amounting to $500. someone would tell us," SPRINGS
Either number will insure immediate of inches Shaw said. --."He's just shaken up a bit,"
I a 50-year average 4.33 night's public pushing over the public in- The original agreement the Woodward said this was the I
response by qualified meeting was attended by formation beacons. city claims to have had with amount that he had been told Shaw did put forward a said Union Deputy Larry
medical technicians and a rescue The unusually hot, dry many residents of the present While the markers first the school's instructor last would be required to provide a motion that the bill be paid Cochran as he investigated an
vehicle for transportation to a I' January has stepped up the Park-of-the-Palms com- made the scene late this past year was to( provide the barbeque for the students and Thomas seconded the overturned pickup truck just
hospital for treatment. rate of woods fires with the munity who were assured by year, and part of them haven't materials for'the students use involved- making the motion which received the outside Worthington this past
Forestry Service reporting 29 architect Don Morgan that had their addresses fully in making 'the- markers and markers and represented a unanimous approval of the week.
c.ntr. fires since January 1 burning cost to the city of two dollarsfor council members present. Cochran was speaking of the
there would be an effort to stencilled on as yet, they have then to provide a barbeque or
ul7e ( a total of 146 acres. maintain openness in the been.-a source of controversyfor cookout of some type as a each of the 250 posts the Woodward said later that all driver of the truck.18 year old F
} Community The January drought development with the least : the] City 'Council as reward for their efforts. City students had made.Councilme students participating in the Robert Keith Smith.
Sttnt Hank follows a wetter than average possible removal of trees. All.ti recently as this month's Clerk Llnnie Cone said she class project both those last Cochran said Smith apparently -
year with 70.78 inches of rain utilities will be underground council meeting. thought the council felt it John Shaw and year and this year would be lost control of his-
A_ ....... Up recorded during the 12 monthsof Morgan said; there will. be 'During the Jan. 9 council could save some money this T S. Thomas took exception to invited along with the city pickup as he swerved to avoidan
T.$20,000,. 1973 as compared with a 50- maximum fire protection, \meeting it was disclosed thatthemarkers way as well as provide a the bill Woodward presented."We council to the barbeque to be animal that ran into the
r.far i .,- 6...-.c.... year average rainfall of 63.92 elevators in all buildings were made by a learning experience for some would have been happy scheduled sometime this path of the truck on a curve in
inches in Bradford County. soundproof walls and doors vocational trades class at high school students.t to provide the youngsters with coming month. SR-121 just outside town.I'IBR .


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Page TELEGRAPH January 31, 1914

I (From Sen. Saunders Speaks To J ]Chamber . . . .
Page 1)) . . ,
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state senate, Saunders is chief we need and to protect the have agreed to battle what he laws end writing somebody Saunders said. said, pointing out he has done keep his committment to visit Howell sandra ,Reddish Treasurer and Gordon
financial officer as chairmanof environment at the same termed "rule length" "the that never faces election almost as well here as in each county at least once per John
the all-important Ways and time." habit of passing laws and before the voters a blank ISTIUCTGItOWS Alachua County. month. He noted he carried Jackson, Past.Presidenttare and !
!Means Committee which saying to some agency 'You check to establish rules and Bradford County stands in Sen. Saunders explained out his pledge his first term in the Board, of new members of
passes all appropriations bills UPCOMING SESSION are hereby authorized to regulations. There is a the forefront of the 16 counties that in his second term, with office. Baldwin Don Governors: Mac
and sees there is money thereto On the upcoming regular implement rules and veritable forest of such he now represents "because his district expanded from the Brown Dudley
match. session of the Florida regulations.' regulations on books now, and you have made me feel at original six to 16 counties: PUBLIC HEARINGS Carl Hardy, Freeman and Register III
Legislature Sen. Saunders It will be a battle but the it will take three or four years home not only by your actions stretching across the state, it The senator also noted that Hurst Pat Everett'WISH :
Financial Security stated that a group of senators Senate is through passing to wade through them all, Sen. but by your vote,' the senator has been impossible for him to since the Legislature will
"Florida is probably in the convene this March that he, I'D SAID
best financial condition D-Ocala
of any A .ih Sen. Jim Williams,
state in the country," Sen. and Rep. Frank Williams will THAT ,
Saunders stated. He lays thatto r rL rt shortly be holding public

the conservative fiscal w ,$w tl..' hearings on upcoming
outlook of the Senate and the legislative matters. He noted
entire Florida Legislature.The ++ rw+inrArkk .ti, Mik the delegation would rather

Senate, Saunders stated, have advice before the session
projects outlays and handles a ........N. t' 1' than after. "An official wants and

them in a conservative !;-mr. ,1. needs to hear every point of
manner and, in turn, projects = '+ ; r r P OFFICIALS. RECOGNIZED view on an issue An eight
income ,
conservatively.As Chamber officials cent stamp is a small priceto

a result Florida now hasa It:. .. ,;,.,...,." recognized at the banquetwere Bill pay for freedom.- John
-- President-Elect
balance of some $150 millionon ...\ r .. -.1< Glover. Vice-presidents Mrs Hudler, The Burlington
plus the state carried ""-T-- ... ::;;" .. (Colo.) Record.
over a "substantial" surplus ;. .... '... .
from ,.r. ---- -DDDaaaaaacco
its previous budget.But ---- -
-------- - --- --
how much the i ; q t e -. ,
just '
jpj o av DAY CARE
energy crisis scare, with 1'
tourist trade off because ,/i'J/ c t
motorists believe they can't 1 : .\ ? ." CENTER .. ;

bu\ gas in Florida, will affect 1 FROM ARM BABIES .
the Saunders "i\\ / .
state Sen. says .I ,
he is not yet able to assess. He -c \T'wi TO SCHOOL AGE .'L: ',

noted that t sales taxes are .. .. .. L
reported to the state on the CONSTANT CARE2 BALANCED CKS

lOth of the month following TO 4:30 P.M.
NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. :
collection, resulting in a lag in

obtaining statistical results. ---- REASONABLE RATES

He does know Sen Saunders

stated, that sworn records PARK aft TH. w!} r THEIR PROBLEMS (
show that in 1973 there was A
Bethlehem Free !
more gas in the state than in y Greater .
1972. and that more gas was 1 i'1 dOON -'=i
Will Church
exported to Georgia and Baptist
Alabama than in 1972. A N MOfa'P ...a....... ..f. ..... "wro' .. 1101 CHESTNUT AT ASH ST OR t.
gasoline dealer himself, -- -
Saunders said business "was Artist's rendition of the$1,000,000 project for Park of the Palms FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866.4T 21:

great in November but took a In
nose dive in December." $4,000,000 Project Going

The senator also had the II

following statements on the At Park-Of-The-Polms ... ... ... I E4GLE
energy crisis: :;
-Too many people are (From Page 1) Robert Willy who has been = SAVE 312x044 %
statements haveno /
making evidence to back they "We be constructed by the City of director of the Park in recent I t OFF OUR DISCOUNT PRICES
The will remain with the
Keystone Heights. years
need hard and fast
"some temporary plant would be new organization as con Thursday, Friday and Saturday
tacts designed to handle 80,000 ference director of some
Only the oil companies of waste daily. similar capacity. It is also
themselves have true figureson expected that John Meyer
inventories, oil reserves, Water for the 22-acre who is an administrator at the PRICED TO GO !
and well would be
new prospects. development Park, will also remain with
-Many people want the provided by drilling a deep the new development.
lights to burn when they flip well. If water is available
the switch, but give no thoughtthat from the Keystone Heights
it takes a refinery to system eventually, the new WISH I'D SAID Incredible savings you won't want to missy

provide the energy source of well could be used as a back
the light bulb. up system Morgan said.Parkof.thePalms THAT"We ; .
-The current crisis won't be Y .\
solved by the current was "r. ...h"
"cosmetic measures" being originally established on the "
touted as energy savers. shores of Brooklyn Lake about ( \", ,",* >
__ I ?); try
Selling ration coupons to the 40 years ago by George "Pop"Tibbett __1 I
blame the next fellow .
highest bidde, as has been for use as a winter can UPRIGHT LOUNGER .,,
suggested, he termed "ab- conference grounds in con- all we want and it won't / ..>;."f72B'; "
solutely ridiculous." junction with his summer put gas in our tank or fuel .' ", !f')

It will take rationing and conference center, "Camp O' oil in the barrel ; we better do [rts ffb I LOUNGER CHAIR .. 'r "':
price controls to assure the U. The Woods" at Speculator, N. something about it.IonaId ... '. ..., ..,;'K y
Y. After Tibbett death the 7 N '' I'--t.
S of and equitable s ,
proper Weaver, the Winnebairo
allocation of oil during the Park was operated by his T ':' t t
(Minn.) Enterprise. .. >" .: 1r I;;;: M1N
coming months Sen. Saun- protege, Gordon Purdy, until s.u /: { .....
ders believes. Over the long its sale to the Florida Gospel ; \}>
run, his hopes are pinned on Pioneers Inc. several years TREATMENT <. .v.
exploration for new wells. ago. The name of the corporation PERSONALS l*DO ro wit t. '
was later changed to OilSAVE fl 1'1. I" SAVE 3.07
"We have the expertise in Park-of-the-Palms Church -. 1'1' \ MEN'SDOUBLE
this country to produce the oil Inc. (From I'age 3) s I :: "'....-r J1..1;1 KNIT ;

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Mrs. Myrtle Dendy of
Jacksonville was a weekend / SAVC J.II SAVE 197. r.iAI
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January: 1.1)7I! TELEGKAPII PageS

I Where In City To Put TrailersTo 36,(JJJ Eggs EMC Committee Funds $2.500 Toward I

Be Topic- Of Monday. MeetingWhere Destroyed Emergency Communications Dispatcher-

to place mobile according to City Clerk LAKE BUTLERUnion James H. Nichols oi Union county fire telephone and
homes inside the City of Merrill Edwards. Blase County's Emergency Medical General Hospital put forwarda direct phone line to the central
Starke will be the topic of a "Trailers are too popular.I'm Care (EMC) Committee votedto motion that will provide communications center
City Board of Adjustment with the people. We've got fund$2,500 toward hiring an $2,500 in federally reim- dispatcher in the City of
meeting Monday, Feb. 4, at to lighten their load on that PROVIDENCE 36,009 I emergency communications bursable funding for the Union Jacksonville.
7:30: p.m. In city hall. deal," says Edwards of the eggs were destroyed in a fire dispatcher to cover communications County Sheriff's Department Whitehead also told the
The city council's 00-day mobile home situation.A at the poultry farm of Roger equipment installed between now and the end of committee that he could not
moratorium on placement of Jahnakei near here in the late within the Union the fiscal year. cope without additional
mobile homes inside cor- land use plan is expectedto afternoon Jan. 21. County Jail complex. Nichols told the Committeethat money being put into his
porate limits expires next be revealed next Thursdayby The funds were approvedafter is was impossible for budget. "I have only two full
Thursday, Feb.7. a University of Florida the committee heard Sheriff John II. Whitehead to time dispatchers," the sheriff
Some half dozen doing a study for the According to Jahnakei, the additional staff to said, "and during the hours of
applications group fire was caused by Left to right( Mac Baldwin president, 1973; Tom Hospital Administrator provide
an exploding -
with the $25 permit entire county and each town.In gasoline can. It also Crawford, president, 1971; Bill Mjttox: Chief Kabun, cover the newly installed 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. I just don't
already paid are from that certain areas are have to
pending plan the Morocco Temple, emergency telephones and the manpower keep
residents wanting to locate expected to be recommendedfor destroyed of the maintenanceshop 3 Benefits Set radio equipment without someone in both our office at
mobile homes inside the city location of mobile homes. farm packingand Club Officers additional funds. the courthouse and the officeat
New Shrine
cold facilities in InstalledThe
addition to storage the For Crews "We have the funds the jail where the
eggs. available and this is the telephones are ,
Starke Shrine Club helda first vice-president; C. F. typeof emergency
Lake Butler Volunteer Fire dinner-dance and In- Bateman, second vice- Kidney FundThree thing they should be used housed." I
for," Nichols told the group The funds the committee
Charles Dinkins,
of officers Saturday president;
The Civinettes and Civitansare ATTENTION ALL Department responded to a stallation benefits for the during their January meeting. allocated to the departmentare
A. .F. Garner,
Club of secretary
in the Woman's ;
call to the fire that was night
sponsoring Bike-A-Thon Richard Crews out of total of
a JUNIORSWe have treasurer and Tom Howell, Kidney Fund The communications a funding
Sunday, Feb. 24, at 1:30: p.m. started working on the located 12 miles from Lake Starke clubhouse.Bill ; and the March of Dimes will equipment housed in the jail some$11,910 alloted for use in
Proceeds will go to Sunland and we need a theme. I from Butler off SR-239 and SR-241. Mattox, Chief Raban of chaplain.Following dinner and in- be sponsored this weekend by office consists of four channel establishing an emergency I
Training Center in have any suggestions, please Morocco Temple, Jacksonville stallation, dancing was en- three local organizations. radios that link the sheriff's health care delivery system in
Gainesville. We will be place them in a box that will Firemen arrived the scene installed the following joyed with music furnished by Starke Golf and Country offices with others throughoutthe Union County as a participantin
traveling to Kingsley Lake be on the counter by Mrs. and the roof had already officers: Tom Crawford, the Melody Boys of the Club will be sponsoring a state, as well as a direct the Eight County j
and back on a 20-mile trip. Redding's desk. Remember to collapsed but efforts were president; Howell Nasworthy, Morocco Temple. March of Dimes Golf Tournament communications link with Emergency Medical Care i
Everyone Is welcome to ride, put your name on your made to prevent the blaze Saturday and Sun Union General Hospital, the Project.
if he has a sponsor. suggestion.The from spreading to adjacent day; Bradford's Roping Club
buildings and to hose down the Some Starke Utility Bills To Be Lute will be sponsoring a Horse
smouldering ruins. Frolic benefit Saturday for Bible Answers:
Richard Crews, and the
Starke bills billing machine was supposedto
of utility
City have been programmed and Fellowship of Christian QUESTION: WERE EARLY CHRISTIANS COMMUNISTS?
Drug Project Needs volunteers to work with people The fire started when will reaching be a consumers few days late in ready to go by Dec. 15, Clerk Athletes with the Bradford Some have suggested that the early Christians warp" Com-
who have drug problems... Jahnakei was welding in the February due to several Edwards said but it still is not High Cheerleaders will be munists since, in Acts 2:44-45: and 432; 34-35, believers"had all
farm shop and sparks from his breakdowns of the city's in use. The old machine was holding a road block Satur- things common." But there is no Intimation whatsoever that they
728 E. University Ave. welder set off a can of billing machine, reprogrammed for the in- day.Entry practiced Communism as the social ideology of today.In .
gasoline. He said he used a present according to City Clerk creased water, sewer, and gas! fee for the golf the first place, they BELIEVED IN GOD, which made them
392-0878 fire extinguisher but was Merrill Edwards. rates and Edwards figures tournament will be $5 and "of one heart and soul." They had a common belief in God,
unable to control the fire. Bills are ordinarily placedin trouble was caused in the prizes will be awarded to which gave them a common interest in each other, willing to
the mail on the first of the reprogramming. February winners. Sign up for the share with brethren in need. Secondly, the sharing was
Jahnakei received second- month, but it may be Feb. 4-5 bills will charge residents $3 tournament by calling or VOLUNTARY,not forced(see Acts 5:4): ); and it was among needy
degree burns on his arms in an before bills going to southwestand for 5,0)0() gallons of water, going out to the Country Club. Christians not all of society administered by the state.
effort to put out the fire and in southeast Starke and to instead of $2; $4 instead of Four events will be run at Communism in all of its prasent-day forms is directly opposedto
$1.50 for sewer service the Horse Frolic that starts at Christianity. Christians oppose it because Communism is
an attempt to remove some the Reno area are mailed, the
AQ&1 belongings from the shop. clerk said. Some other ''commercial sewer rates 4 p.m., include Cloverleaf, ATHEISTIC, opposed to God- whereas Christianity is
scattered consumers may also went from $2 to $6)). and Texas Barrel Weave. Arena THEISTIC devoted to God.In .
be affected, he said. natural gas rates have been Race, and Jumping Figure 1965, Tom Anderson, in an issue of FARM AND RANCH
The city's new $40,000 raised about 20 percent. Eight. There will be one high magazine, quoted Gus Hall. General Secretary of the American
point trophy for each age Communist Party, as saying:
class. Entry fee is $2. "I dream I of the hour when the last congressman is strangled to
********* t Trophies will be donated by death on the guts of the last preacher and since the Christiansseem
Charlotte'sCarv Williams Jewelry of Starke to love and sing about the blood, why not give them a little
and a C. B. Radio will be of it slit the throats of their children and drag them over themourner's
i donated by Bill's C. B. Radioof bench and the pulpit and allow them to drown in their
1" G1LG Starke to be given away to own blood; and then see whether they enjoy singing these
ek someone during the Horse hymns."
:tt O Show. True Christians, early or present-day, do not espouse such
i Y Advance tickets may be rotten blasphemy. There can be no marriage between Christianityand
obtained by calling Tommy godless CO",1munism.Sauthside .
Bylona Reames, 964-5U57; or the
Chamber of Commerce, 964- Church of Christ

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The Fighting Tornadoes There will be a Dance from 10-2. There will also be a ,, Blbli. V .d\
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Wrestling Team fought a good Saturday night at the Starke bake sale down town and car 111' 1i.'Jj! 'MM 1 ". \\ 'ishipHI
fight but lost to the Florida National Guard Armory Two washes at Hurst's Shell andGoodman's .Iark" ria \, i '\\I'"..ishio, '
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"A Little Hard To Find But Worth It" there were a lot of BUS Florida National Banks

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I Railroad Underpass> Gets To Talking StageA GROUND SERVICE ABERDEEN, MD.(; Dec.PROVING MEN 28 -

Private Jacky L. Griffis 18
proposed one-lane underpass Engineer with the Seaboard Defense Director, and Police which has been a topic of in case of a breakdown. At One route mentioned for the means of financing the projectwill son of Mrs. Edayle G. Griffis
for use of emergency Coastline Railroad, met here Chief Jimmy Bowen to discuss conversation here for years, such times, ambulance ser- underpass was by way of the be studied. 1126 N. Thompson St., Starke,
vehicles at times when with Arthur Loudon, chair- two suggested sites for the was brought to a head on two vice from the hospital on the railroad trestle over Alligator completed a 17-week
lengthy freight trains are man of the Bradford County proposed underpass.The recent occasions when ambulance east side of the tracks cannot Creek just south of town, and -present it is not known automotive repair course at
blocking every crossing in Hospital Board of Trustees; underpass matter, service was held up at answer calls from the western another proposed location was jut" Jurisdiction the the U. S. Army Ordnance
Starke finally reached the George Canova, hospital crossings blocked by trains. part of town, including about SOU yards to the north. Apartment of Transportationwill Center and School. Aberdeen
talking stage last Friday.E. administrator; Jerry Long freight trains frequently congested U. S. Highway 301, Mr. Laws said that In- have the project Proving Ground, Md.
S. Laws, DivisionSpanish Thompson, County Civil Lawtey Group block every crossing within and fire trucks, based west of formation obtained Friday since the During the course, he was
the Starke city limits for ten the tracks, cannot answer would be submitted to the will not be open efor public use. trained in the maintenanceand
Course OfferedAt or fifteen minutes, while the calls from areas east of the railroad engineers for a repair of wheeled and
I DiscussedIrojects cars roll by. and even longer tracks. feasibility study, after which The proposal will be sub- tracked vehicle engines and

LCCC February 11A mitted to further DOT, however steps are, and accessories chassis,components.powertrain units
any His father Earl J. Griffis,
course in Spanish for Classes will meet on Wide-ranging topics from Committee To Recommend taken. lives at Lochloosa, Fla.
travelers will be offered at Mondays, from 7 to 9 p m., in dogs to street signs were
Lake City Community College Room 30 of Rivers Fine Arts discussed at the first meetingof
beginning Feb. 11. Building. The course will the Concerned Citizens of
Architects To School BoardAn
conclude on April 1. Lawtey in the city hall Henry Block has
According to instructor Dr The course is offered free of Monday night, and recom-
Catherine Sorensen, the charge and is open to the mendations will be made at administrative com- Director of Bradford-Union terviews are: Don Morgan,
course was designed to help public Registration will be the City Commission meeting mittee Tuesday afternoon County Vocational ProgramsTed Orange Park, architect who 17 reasons why you
travelers in ordering meals, held on the first night of class. Monday night. interviewed six of 10 ar- Oglesby, Bradford High has handled approximately $4
shopping, visiting with For further information, Among requests to be made chitectural firms vying for Principal Charles Francis, million in school constructionin
residents of Spanish-speaking call Dale Perkins, coordinatorof by the committee will be a school construction business and Business Manager Eddie Bradford County; Adams should come to us
countries, and passing continuing education, 752- sidewalk along the street under Florida's new con- Douglas.Architectural. and Hunter and Assoc.,
through customs. 1822, extension 244. running west of the school; the sultant's competitive firms in- Gainesville; Eugene Russell for income tax help.
replacing of stop signs, negotiations act. terviewing Tuesday at 45 David, Gainesville, and
TCiARSW: \ : t NTl8D.. : "children playing" signs, and The committee will minute intervals were: Allan Evans, McVoy and Assoc.,
street signs,and the enforcingof recommend first,second, and Issacs, Gainesville; Craig, Gainesville.The Reason 1. We are income tax
ordinances to prevent third choices to the Bradford Salley and Assoc., school board is
ask the
Fords & Chevrolets65's unvaccinated and untagged School Board at its meetingnext Gainesville; Moore, May and currently interviewing architect specialists. We right
dogs from running loose in the Tuesday, Feb. 5. The Harrington, Gainesville; preliminary to starting questions. We dig for every honest
and older city Responsibility for safetyof committee's choices were not Whiteley, Jacobson Hasen construction on Phases 4 and 5 deduction. We want to leave no
available at press time ann Assoc., Gainesville. of Bradford High School. In
WE ALSO SELL children at the school
unturned to sure
crossing on US-301 will also be Wednesday. Eoghan Newman Kelly, April it is expected that stone you
discussed. Members of the committee Sanford; Victor Smolen and another round of state school pay the smallest legitimate tax.
Officers of the new citizens meeting Tuesday afternoonwere Assoc., Orlando. Other firmsin construction bonds will be sold
group are: Wayne Massey, School Board Chairman contention and which have from which Bradford Countyis
CARSacross chairman; B. F. McCully, Seeber Goodman, Deputy presented their cases to the expected to receive around
944 SE 4th St. vice-chairman; and Abbie Supt. Wendell L. Kilpatrick, school board in earlier in- $1,000,000. A portion of these
funds is expected to be
from Massey, secretary. About 19
available to schools in
citizens attended the first county ,
Alachua County Jail Gainesville meeting. April, according to Deputy
Supt. W. L. Kilpatrick.
NEWS ABOUT SERVICEMEN Letters every were architecturalfirm mailed inviting

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January 31,1971 TELEGRAPH Page I Bradford Cagers Win Three

Union Loses Two Games, Straight Conference GamesBradford

Due To 2nd Half SlumpsUnion bailers won High three straight basket- he During-has been the last three games much.improved, over last year out" Hampton 5-2-12, Berry 1-0-2.
outplayed on the and is helping us quite a bit on With less than a minute left Totals 241058.
... conference games in the past boards and he is going to have the boards," in the game Bradford was SA -Mitchell 6-3-15,Smith 6-
High basketballers Hawthorne. quarter 10-4 lead and started South, topping tough Palatka to return to his old form losing 5653. Then Golden( was 4-16, Cole 3-0-6, Gatewood 5-4-
had a bad week losing two Three of the Tiger's four phasing off letting Baker Bolles 58-44 in Friday Jacksonville night, Friday night against Palatkaor ST, AUGUSTINE GAME fouled and made the first shot.( 17, Bess 1-0-2. Totals 211456.
straight games to Hawthorne losses are very similar. In outscore them 20-14 in the close we "are going to be in "We didn't play a good He missed the second( but
62-51 last Friday night in Lake these cases Union would( come second period to tie the game Saturday one in St.night a trouble. game at all, they beat us on White tipped it in for two BOLLES GAME
Butler then to Baker County out in the first of the game 24-24 by halftime. Augustine 58-56 "Williams has been playing the boards on both ends of the points to tie the game 56-56.
52-47 in Macclenny Tuesday playing ball Tuesday night good steady ball for us and I floor the whole ," the ball "If beat Bolles
good then go intoa The third quarter, most of Now the Tornadoes stand game says While SA was moving we can s
night. slump the time am still looking for him to Sexton. end of the White tomorrow it'll in
during the final two or is the worst periodfor with to its court night put us
12-3 overall and
This leaves the Tigers witha three quarters. Against Baker UC and the Baker game 6-1 in a conference record Senior have a 20 point game like he is "We had t o rely on our alert snagged a pass and tossed it to the driver's seat in the con-
13-4 overall record and an 8-3 UC snagged 29 rebounds in the was no exception. The Curtis White led play.the Tor- capable of"commented defensive play in the later Golden for the winning lay up. ference," said Coach Mike
Suwannee Conference record. first half then slipped to 12 in Wildcats gained a six point nadoes in scoring and Sexton. His defensive play is part of the game to pull it White had a good night Sexton after his team's come-
Before the two losses Union the final half. lead by outscoring the Tigers leading in rebounding and from-behind second half win
rebounding for the Bolles and
was tied with Hawthorne for "I don't know if it is a slump 18.12 in the third period St.Augustmegames.InBolles Bradford scoring. He hit eight of his ten over tough Palatka South at
second place in the con or what but this is the last making the score 3642. White racked 21 points and Cagers Face field goals and took 12 home Friday night. His cagers
ference. night that we will be in it," "The Big difference in the 11 rebounds while up 18 rebounds. Sewell had seven responded Saturday night in
Senior Jack McGill led the says Head Tiger Coach game was the second and points and scoring Two rebounds against SA. Jacksonville with what Sexton
storing for( the Tigers in both Jimmy Thomas.In third period when they did rebounds in St.grabbing Augustine.Elva 12 Important ContestsBradford Bradford hit 10-17 foul shots( terms "a fine ball game" to
games totaling 24 in the Baker the Baker game Lake most of their damage, says and compared to St Augustine's beat Bolles 5844.
game and 14 against Butler took an early first Thomas."I Alvaughn Hampton Golden led the ( High basket- because Orange- Park did not 18-14 for the night.! Early in the Winning their 11th game
1J.\i1-! ,- thought Macclenny Tornadoes in scoring in the bailers are tied for first place have a conference game season the Tornadoes rolled against three losses, the
played a real good ball game Palatka game with 14 points in the Florida Star Conferencewith Tuesday night. 63.49 over SA. This time they Tornadoes doubled Bolles'scoring
and they deserved to win," each. Abie Williams added 11 Orange Park and two Friday night while BUS is put a scary fight. in the first and fourth
,r commented Coach Thomas. points and led rebounding very important games are battling with tough Palatka, Bradford White 8-2-18, quarters and allowed the Jax
c. i with 10. facing the Tornadoes. OP will be playing Fer- Williams 2-0-4, Golden 5-2-12, team only a .three point ari-
SCORE BY QUARTERSLB "Hampton and Golden Friday night BHS will travel nandina Beach. The last time Sewell 3-2-8Hodge 0-2-2, (See Page 8)
10 14 12 11 47 to Palatka South then
turned in real good per host Bradford and Orange Park
BC 4 20 18 10 52 formances and both have been Orange Park Tuesday night in met, the Tornadoes lost by one
playing good ball lately,"says two most important con- point 4746.
Union-Jones 1-0-2, Perry 3- Head Tornado Basketball ference rematches. BHS beat BHS is ranked ninth in the WANTED
0.6, McGill 10-4-24. Maxwell Coach Mike Sexton. Sheldon PS 61-47 last Friday night state 3A class basketball. "It
1-5, Stuart 2-0-4, Young 3-0-6. Hodge and Wayne Berry came after coming from behind in came right out of nowhere..." RESIDENTIAL LOCATION FOR
Totals the first half."Palatka .
21547. commented
off the bench Tuesday night Sexton.
Baker Kennedy 4-2-10, and got some key reboundsand "We are going to have to
Carter 8-0-16, Rhoden 1-0-2, played good defensiveball is a must game we win the rest of the conference EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITYFOR
Hope 4-0-8,C. Jefferson 3-1-17, to help us out tremen have to beat them, then when games to wrap it up and any
Page 339. Totals 23652.The dously." we play OP we are going to be more than two losses will
Tiger's only game this "When Donnie Sewell is neck and neck," says Head knock us completely out," BE INSTALLED BY LOCAL
week is in Williston Friday right and playing good ball, he Bradford Coach Mike Sexton.( says Sexton. BHS has five
night. Then starting Thursdav can control the boards at both OP has a 5-1 conference more conference dates: CONTRACTOR
night and going through ends of the floor and by doing record while the Tornadoesare Palatka South, Orange Park,
Saturday night is the this he can control the tempoof boasting a 6-1 loop record. Fernandina Beach, Live Oak Call Collect MR' TROY ((904)39617010o )
Suwannee Conference the game," says Sexton. The one game difference is and Bolles(
Bradford's I.acainear Hill on the bottom. Is In the process Tournament. The Tourneywill
of throwing his nun to later pin him in Match: against the be held at Santa Fe High
Florida!t School for Deaf and Blind.Bradford but will be hosted by '
New berry.HAWTHORNE. YouAnJ : .9nvileJ
/rre Jo fn
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Wrestlers After a tight first quarter
and taking a 14-13 lead Union
High basketballers just Slr.opAnJ
End Winless SeasonBradford couldn't put things togetherand
a hot Hawthorne( team
took advantage to hand the
High wrestlers If Tigers their third loss of the
ended their season winless, 0.7 these we matches could have we might won one have of season, 62.51 in Lake Butler In All Netv
finishing with two losses to the won the meet." Friday night. STUMP
Florida School for Deaf and In the 38-19108S to the Blind "After the first quarter
Blind of St. Augustine. team Bradford had to forfeit Hawthorne entirely took( over DEPT. STORE
The Blind last Thursday in 18 points because of not the ball game, says Head
St Augustine 38-19 then the having enough wrestlers Tiger Coach Jimmy Thomas.(
to fill
Deaf 30-28 Tuesday in Starke. the classes. "We stood around in the
Bradford won only three Earl Biggs, 1 second half and let them get
matches in the Deaf match and Lacamear Hill, 140 class class, the rebounds." Opens Friday Feb. 1 st
while having another three were the only Bradford Union jumped to a 4-0 lead
classes forfeited to them. wrestlers to make Arny from a layup by Stirly Jones ,
Frankie Crews with an Gibson outscored his pins.man fora and a 20 footer by Roman
individual record of .1-} won win in the 134 pound class. Stuart. HH then struck back
his match by points in the 100 as Dick Slater broke loose fora ( IN THE ALL NEW
pound class. Lacainear Hill Frankie Crews lost his only layup to make the score 4.2
took the 140 pound class with a match of the year 12-6 againstthe with 5:11: left in the first

4-3 pin who heavy\\e in this is the weights were undefeated year.second Tom by not round points.wrestling Edwards took( Hill the is season from class"We blind the and have in beginning if improved the we(100 would of pound a not the lot and Tigers.and-one period.Jack made McGill HH situation both scored was ends then again of for a fouled one-and the (I BI: ] (fli DIl $ J I] (D @ (! ([ (] ]

nearly as well as we are have had to forfeit to the blind Union came back with two
capable and I think it may be the score would at least have straight baskets, one each by
because we worked the been only 20-19," says Gonzalez Joe Maxwell and Stuart to

wrestlers before the too meet hard "the says day Bradford. wrestlers have minutes make the score remaining 10-4 with in 3:21 the: 0GJIYIYIJ1( ( ] (B ($ UI] (]

Wrestling Coach Emilio now finished the regular quarter. By the end of the first
Gonzalez season and next weekend will period Union had started
"There were two or three go to District competition in letting up and Hawthorne 301 -.SOUTH STARK
matches we lost that there Jacksonville at Wolfson High moved within one point 1413.
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. ljrld BHS Weight Lifters Lose First Matches -
ford Wins . 4 From Pane 7) j G ., In the 3rd John KUDy, 315; 148 class-
placers fared are listed 123 Last year Bradford beat in his weight class.Stricklandwas 2nd Strickland,445; 165 class-
\.image in tne middle two period but still led 3834. A big briefly. Bradford High weight lifters pound class 1st place, Kevin Vanguard but according to Vanguard meet but he 2nd Hall, 415, 3rd Leonard
periods BHS led 16.8 after the fourth period saw BHS double Hitting from outside Bolles lost their first two meets of the Meng, total of 350 pounds; 132 Redding they are real tough tied for first place Sapp, 405; 181 class 3rd
tn'si 1 period was outscored 14- Bolles 20.10 for a 12 point 58.44 outscored BHS 12-4 over a five year 39-24 to Ocala Vanguard class, 1st Alike Crews, 420 this year. out-weighed his opponentwhich Thornton, 405; 198 class -
the second but led victory minute stretch in the third Jan. 14, then 39-24 last Wed- "Overall I think did a moved him down to Anderson 420 pounds
I 11 I. in period pounds; 148 class, 2nd, Stuart we ; Heavy
!2 at the half and was It gave Bradford High a 5-1 period.BUS' Curtis White was nesday. Strickland; 410 3rd David much better job against second place, Mike Weights 1st Don Neel 4:10:
mark in the Florida Star called for a foul under the This is the third year that Kevin Meng and .
uut&cored 12-11 in the third Harper, 375; 165 class 3rd Eastside. Many of the totals pounds.Bradford's
Conference, equal with boards as Bolles' Pat Rodgerswas Bradford High has had a Ronnie Hall 430; 181 class were improved," commented Crews are the only lifters that the next meet is
Orange Park after Saturday's shooting and Rodgers weight lifting team. Two 2nd Marlon Thornton, 395, 3rd Coach Redding. remain undefeated after Feb. 11 at home against tough
301 games. OP coaches scouted sank two charity shots to years ago, the first year with a Marshall Cloversettle, 380; Stuart Strickland improvedmore first two meets. Bishop Kenny starting at 2
BUS at Bolles Saturday make it 33-32, BHS. Then weightlifting team BHS won 198 class 2nd Danny Anderson than any other lifter Bradford scoring in the p.m. "I like to think we can
and congratulatedCoach Mark Sterritt, who led the the state championship.Speaking Eastside meet went: 123 class "
night ( 420, 3rd Joe Lazenby between the two meets. He beat Bishop Kenny con
Sexton on the victory. Bulldogs with 16 points, sank a of the Vanguardmeet 350; Heavy Weights 3rdDonnie added 35 pounds to his total, 1st Kevin Meng, 350 pounds; cluded Redding.
DRIVEINSHOW Orange Park edged by BUS by basket to give Bolles a 34-33 Lifting Coach Butch Neel, 445. but he still only placed second 132 class Mike Crews. 420.
one point, 47-46 in a hotly Redding says, "We had some
fought contest in the Raider lead.Minutes later however, people that were uneligible, ,
BEGINS AT gym last Jan. 11. The two White was fed inside, laid one which put us at a disad -
SUNDOWNFRI teams meet again next up for BHS, and drew a foul in vantage."
Tuesday Feb. 5, in what the process. He got the charity Results of how Rradford
should be another key game in basket to give BHS a 36.34
& SAT the Florida Star Conference margin.Sewell rebounded and Musthnq
race. put the ball back up for two to BHS ended the game with 40
Burl Reynolds Is The Man Senior Curtis White led the give BHS a 38-44 lead as the rebounds to 34 for Palatka. U.S. 301 NorthMOBILE

Who Loved Cat Dancing. Tornadoes over Bolles with 21 third period ended.Dominating Story of the game, however,
points and 11 rebounds. Senior the inside gameas is told by the torrid second 1650 North Ave.
low post man Donnie Sewell the fourth period opened half shooting of Bradford's Temple
added 10 points and led in White and Sewell scored 10 Golden( and Hampton. Goldenwas HOMES
I I II't11151K rebounds with 12. Elva straight points to build a 50-40 3-for-9 from the floor in
Hampton, Tornado BITS lead with 3:06: left in the the first half but 6-for-9 the
play maker, added 11 points to game. At that point BHS froze second half. Hampton was 2-
put three Tornadoes in double the ball, Bolles fouled in an for-8 in the first half, and a Now at Mustang
> tETRl1C01A1t11R4'AWANI$ figures. attempt to gain turnovers but perfect 5-for-5 the second.
The Tornadoes had 38 total( BHS, for once, sank its free Golden and Hampton turnedin
rebounds in dealing more than throws. White was 4-for-4 14 point performances to EATON PARK By RedmanBeautiful
adequately with Bolles' tall from the charity line at that lead the Tornadoes. Abie
men. Sewell rebounded with point and Hampton 2for2. Williams had 11 points 24 H SDr =

t t,{ItYIFM11'tar lTy.-i authority, leaping high above Score by quarters: Donnie Sewell 9, and Sheldon
the rim several times to bring BHS 16111120-58 Hodge 7 in a balanced BHS --" ( S-"'-- I'-t' ---' -It.1' -- n--t- I' 1"'f'" .'.c'"1'I -
PLUS down critical rebounds. White Bolles 8 14 12 10 44 scoring attack. Ronnie 1. 1. I ,_ I Ibve
got some of his 21 points by BHS White 8-5-21, Williams\ Williams led Palatka with 18
t I 1 rebounding shots missed by 3-0-6, Golden 3-0-6, Sewell 5-0- points and Stanley Murray U
teammates and putting the 10 Hodge 10.2, Hampton 4-3- had 14"They. spit NITCHEN
{ E ball back up.Tornado 11, Berry 102. Totals 25858. (Palatka) play ball ey; FAMILY ROOM ftJ'
play became Bolles( Hallum 5-3-13, control type offense," explained BEDROOM n ONN

somewhat hazy as the third Rodgers 3-2-8 Williams 0-2-2, Coach Sexton, "and in ., Mill -
period opened.. During the Clarson 2-1-5, Gainer 1-0-2, the first half we were just '
lapse Bolles overcame its five Sterritt 5-6-16. Watkins 124. laying back and letting them /
point deficit and built a three Totals 171044. play the way they wanted. I
point lead which lasted "But in the second half we E'

PALATKA GAMEA played a more aggressive al doorF
defense and things started to
strong second half effort BEDROOM BEDROOM
Bradford happen." w LIVING ROOM A ,
pushed High DINING AREA
FLORIDATHEATRE basketballers to a 61-47 win BHS turned the ball game J J'k
Palatka South in around in the first six minutesof V
over tough
SAT & MON, an important Florida Star the third period with that --J
tough defense and by

Tornado Conference gym game Friday in night.Palatka's the. capitalizing on Palatka turnovers L t'...- -..:::.....--J----,,-,._-- -'tI'.J....- .-It-,' ,__-x

ball control, This also
plan separates the master
Score by quarters: PEOPLE who usually put heavy traffic
accurate outside shooting ((48
bedroom the other
from two, for those who
SHOWTI.EFRIDAY percent from the field), and BHS 14102215-61 demands on the front door area should con
PS 131513 1-47 want a little privacy. The kitchen area
AT 7 00 rebounding gained a 18-14 first sider the Interesting floor plan in this Redman
the BHS White 2-0-4 Williams home. reveals one of the growing trends in double
period advantage over The Eaton Park double wide
SATURDAY-' 5-1-11, Golden 7-0-14, Sewell 4- wides and also
battling Tornadoes. It was shows how some single wides: the use of a
can bypass the
SUNDAY 00 much of the same in the 2-9, Aldridge 0-0-0, Hodge 3-1- when breakfast bar only an arm's length away
people come in the
front door. The
.rte second period as Palatka 7, Hampton 7-0-14. Berry 1-0-2 from the stove.Another popular feature is the
living is closed
McMillian 000.Totals 29-3-61 off from other rooms
FRI. SAT & SUNDAY outscored BHS 15.10 and tooka walk-in closet-which Is found in
0-0-0 C. S. yet the two entrances every
Tales thai nine-point 33-24 advantageinto PS Seabury prevent a closed-In bedroom in this home
It Belton 0-0-0, King 3-1-7, feeling
the dressing room.
Witness Madnes: JOHN looked like a long night for the Murray 6-2-14, Bradbury 2-0-4, New Hours: We Are Open Til Dark.
R', home court Bradford team Wallace 00.0, Murphy 2-0-4
WAYNEIS with Palatka tabbed as a Jurgenburg 000. Totals 22-3-

tough opponent by Coach Mike 47.

Sexton. I -
PLUSThe 1 determined Abie Williams\ .

I kept Bradford in the game in
the first half when he scored
10 of his 11 points. Williams
All NEW UNITED STATES also led the team in reboun-

SIG SHORE MARSHAL ding with 10.
Production Fed inside the key, Hodge vingss
made_ two short baskets to put

Union Loses. .

e (From Page 7))-

Taking the Jump and
scot ing a basket Mike Brown
put Hawthorne in the lead 15-
13, with seconds gone from
the third period. Then Ron
Henderson followed up with a
lay up to put the Hornets in ( l'vings)

A NpNA front 17-14 with 7:281ect: in the
first half.
Jones then made a 10 footer
for theTigers followed up by a n. money or
Same V PA AVISION' .TECHNICOLOR Hornet basket Maxwell

RONOHEAIi i 4r C**_**;:'::':'*'::.::*,::==C) scored on a jump shot and
Abraham Perry hit a 20 footer valuables
i Color GCD
changing the lead to LakeButler's put
A Paramount Release
side 20-19 with 5:23:
J( left in the second quarter.

1 This didn't last long as A aside saved
Union fouled Brown and he :
made two points from the
.... charity line Then Slater
scored on a 20 footer to put vi to put b Y
GAINESVillEBusiness Hawthorne in front 23-20 .
i leaving 4:10: minutes left in the
first half.
Hawthorne scored three money: to avoidunnecessary
DirectoryAUTO times and Union two before
the half ended and Union was

behind 29.24.Pearson .
scored on a tip in,
SALES then Henderson followed witha ,
20 footer for the Hornets and
the was enlarged to 33-
CARS CARS CARS 24 with less than a minute waste or expense:

f pI TRANSPORTATION gone in the third period. i '
p.DEPENDABLE Maxwell scored on a 10 : ..

p. -,,. PLUS 30 DAY WARRANTYON footer and McGill hit on a '.
MOST CARS jump shot for two straight
Union baskets.
With 3:01: left in the periodHH
had gained two points on
A STARKE MAN the Tigers leading them 3730.

Union then hit six straight
Marchant Auto Sales points from a McGill jump dictionary can tell you what the word"savingi" Before long, with Guaranty Federal'! faster! And, now through(: January 3Ui" ,

GAINESVILLE shot foul, )shots\axwelliay( also by up and McGill two mean But it can't tell you how high interest, you'll have money' for unexpected Guaranty Federal is offering red. white

1636 S E 3RD AVE which put the Tigers withinone to save money! At Guaranty Federal emergencies vacations or whatever and blue bonus gifts forsaters. Slop by

point 37.36.Henderson Savings and Loan we can tell you the best your special goals might be! and see how you can qualify.
MARCHANT WILL then scored for
oil TREAT YOU RIGHT Hawthorne and McGill for ways to save! At Guaranty. Federal each insurable a('. Guaranty Federal Su inl(:" and Loan..,

Union before the third period The first rule is easy: pay yourself first! count is protected by an agency(: of the now in five l'onenienllocation. to serve
,\l'TI S.\US SER\lCE BRASINGTON ended 39.38.Hawthorne. Take each and Federal
then hit a a little from paycheck put Government Passbook saving you. Slop by soon and start building toward -

Blount Pontiac CADILLAC.OLDSMOBILE scoring streak and held Unionto it aside in a high interest passbook! savings earn the highest interest allowed by law.., financial security the safe way .by

G\IS: Inc SALES&SER\'ICE four points while scoring 13 account at Guaranty Federal Do it as you can even find out about savings cer saving regularly at Guaranty Federal.
FIne selection of Used Cars
<:I.S stocvr Taken On Cadillac:Trades points the in last the period.first five This minutesof made soon as you're paid. .don'I spend anything tificates that make your money' grow: even

200t N.W.t3th Ph.37R-5301 the score 5242. first! Put it aside!

For the remainder of the
CAMPER SALES game Union just about stayed
Factory.\uthoriled even with Hil but the Hornets
Pontiac & SERVICE still gained one more point
3 Sales-Parts-Service! before the game ended 62-51 t.
:210N.! ; :Main fialnenllleFla.
::112-2Kl; : Gainesville F--;; 4 defensively"They were and they very forced quick us \:JIII.

into some turnovers," says Guaranty

31110.;.;.:Main Gainesville
.' 220 M
Savings and Main
BOOKKEEPING 318-2934 14 10 14 13 51 Loan Assoc.ne''III.

SUPPLIES TBayServluDept. HH 13161023-62 3501 I W. Unwtrniy Ave.
'L.: [
Complete Camping Store .
NOW AT Sales: Union-Jones 4-0-8, Perry 4- The Friendly Savings Center! 3300 S.W. Archer Road --_
0-8,McGill 5-4-14 1\IaxweIl5-1- SUrk.. 395 W.Madison
BRADFORD COUNTY K..y.lIdn: Adventure 11, Stuart 3-0-6, Young 124. ,
K.yton. ,
\ TELEGRAPH W'heelkNorris.Monitor Totals 22751.Hawthorne. H.Ighla Uwr.nc.Blvd and SyUn I way
Fan, "plorer: ,Sports Coach Henderson 5-0-
964-6305 10 Slater 8-0-16, Brown 10-3- Downtown drivt-up window closed due to con.lNclion..lOrry! All other drivt-upi open!
STARKE 23, Pearson 3-1-7. Herring 022 -
Staler 204. Totals 28662.

I .

January, 1974 TELEGRAPH Page


by Jeannette Prescott
By JoMphtn FonUlne
CIIUKCII ACTIVITIES Committee held its first
BY KATHY BROWNBEEF meeting on Jan. 15, and Fred VANDALISM HITS RECREATIONThe; PTA met Monday evening in held at the Hampton School in suggested that children wear I
Brooker Baptist: The Youth Johns was selected to Monday night the street 4-H Carpenter meeting, the school library with the morning hours, it is sweaters or jackets.
Group ( will represent the local on President Pat Glover,
ages 8-12) meet at group
and by
signs with
signs no parking Niles Scott, as leader .. .
CUTS: the church Tuesday at 7:30: the County Advisory Com the Post Office were torn will be held Feb. 5 at 7 p.m. at presiding.Tom b''LJU.i.n.LI j.i j.rj.TT TITTT Tn "" 'mjpp",, ,
WIIEKE? p.m Work has begun on the mittee. It was recommendedthat down. We understand that the Hampton City Hall Casey Principal,
Sweetheart Banquet and we a special PTA meeting be explained that children in the
Chuck, round, loin, brisket? will need lots of help. So held on Jan. 22 to reconsider prints officers and are hope taking to find finger the the Regular first and meetings third Tuesdays are held on of fourth, fifth and sixth grades Love For SaleHOURS
What are they? What makes and discuss the
please say yes if asked to recom ones who destroyed these each month. were recently given tests to
the difference? Do you know? serve on any committee. mendations for expenditure of signs. determine their present SAT. 10.6
Do you know why you should New River Baptist: Rev. carnival funds. It was decidedto ability in the fields of readingand
know? Jim Countryman pastor. hold monthly meetings on 1 WHIrS HIV SENIOR. Ruth CITIZENSMrs. Dennison is still English usage, 1218 N. Main St. SZiWEEKDAYS?
Determining what part of a Men's Day was held Sunday the second Tuesday of each mathematics and science. As
but is home at the
carcass of beef cut comes Jan.27,with Jimmy Crosby as month at 7:30: p.m. The next e IN EGUGflTlDH time. present the students progress they are
from is very difficult if you'renot guest speaker. meeting will be held Feb. 12. moved on to another level. Gainesville Shopping Center
DeWaters is in the
familiar with the names Dedan Baptist: We thank Anyone interested is en- hospital The students are enthusiastic
and cuts from each different the Brooker Baptist Churchfor couraged to attend. by William A.Fowler, M.Ed.S S YR ,and. we have no other'information. about this type of learning,
section. Knowing about them the of and hard to reach
use their pool for working 10 % OFF
helps you judge differences in Baptismal Services for.Mr. DEDAN BAPTIST Ever heard of a home study The regular meeting of the that higher goal. Mrs. Carol /
Senior Citizens will be held
beef tenderness, and in many Manning on Jan. 20 at 3 p.m. CHURCH NEWS course that required the studentto Feb. Shields said it is interestingand
cases determine the proper Baptismal services were also work two weeks In a distant always 1. the The first meetings and third are exciting to teach children ON COMPLETE \

cooking method to use. held for Claude Prescott at Rev. Lacy Conway performed city Fridays in each month, at 7:30: when they enjoy learning. SETUP
Usually a beef carcass is cut Rev. Lacy Conway's place on Baptismal Servicesfor This is a condition for suc- in the Old Hampton Following Mr. Casey's
into nine wholesale cuts. Each Jan. 27 at 3 p.m.PERSONALS. Claude Prescott at his cessful completion of some correspondence School.p.m. All older residentswho suggestion that cassette tape AQUARIUM
contains muscles that vary in home on Silver Lake last courses. Today players would be valuable in
tenderness according to how Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. home study schools providemore about are interested food in findingout the school program, the PTA (TOP FILTER
they are used by the animal. Out of town guests included than 500 courses that pre- be interested getting to know stampswill that approved the allocation of$400
Because they did more work Mrs. Joyce Stokes and Mrs. Genell Reynolds of pare men and women for careers we will have a speaker from for the purpose of supplying & GRAVEL)
motion muscles such as thosein family have her two grand- Jacksonville, and Mrs. in many different fields. the Food Stamp Office at the tape players and blank tapesas
the shoulder hip, front and children, Patricia and Eddie Matilda Gatlin of Starke.PERSONALS One of the courses that con- Feb. 15 She will needed.Mr. .
hind legs are less tender than of Jacksonville visiting them cludes with two weeks of on- explain who meeting.can get food Casey announced plans 20% OFF
the muscles in the for extensive landscapingaround
support this week. the-job train- and how to them.
middle and lower back. Since Sgt. Clyde J. (Tony) ing is for med- stamps Mr. and Mrs. Gene get Taylor the school grounds.The ON ALL FISH FOR 2 WEEKS
support muscles are used less Prescott, stationed at Fort Mr. and Mrs. Benny Hunter ical assistants, \Mr. and !Mrs. W. Fontaine, first and second grades
rigorously, they should yield Benning, Ga., came by for a and Miss Inez Prescott of and throughthe \Mrs. Evelyn Vaughn and Mrs. have already planted azaleas WITH PURCHASE OF SET UP
tender beef cuts than the Mrs. Nellie and dogwood trees around
more short visit with his uncle and Tampa McCarthyand years it has Frances Lile were visitors at
motion muscles. aunt Mr:. and Mrs. Paul Shawn, Vernon and Louie 1 :1 been responsible the Jan. 22 meeting of the their classroom areas. It is
Here's a list of the nine Prescott and other relativeson Prescott of Lutz were visiting for thou- Starke Senior Citizens. They hoped that the other grades 20% Off on All Dynaflow Filters
basic wholesale beef cuts anda his way back after visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. f sands of successful were given a hearty welcomeand will later beautify their
guide to the parts of the his mother, Mrs. Ola Prescott, Orea Prescott and other careers.Businessmen. enjoyed the fellowship of grounds with roses and other
carcass from which they are in Tampa on Sunday, Jan. 20. relatives last weekend. the club. Please leave your flowers and trees. Donationsof
taken. Tenderness com- Sympathy is extended to the Mr and Mrs. Irving Hodge have become news items at the Hampton plants for this purpose will
parisons are made among family of Mrs. Lena Crawfordwho and daughters were overnight enthusiastic of home General Store or send a cardto be welcomed.
cuts with the same U. S. passed away at 8:30: p.m. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. study. supporters P. O. Box: 160 Hampton Rick Ezzell has ordered FLATTIES
They using
are corre-
Department of Agriculture Saturday, Jan. 19. Nettles and John, of Lake Fla. 32044. basketball equipment.As soon
grade. The recommended Remember Mrs. Mamie City Saturday night. their spondence courses to advance as it arrives it will be put in WHITECLOUDS 2 for $100
cooking method is in paren- Hodges in your prayers. E. B. Crosby underwent own careers and to pro- SCHOOL NEWS use by boys and girls. Softball
thesis (In dry heat cooking surgery in Alachua General vide training for employees and volleyball will be played SCISSORTAILS
meat is left uncovered such as ARBOR DAY PROGRAMAT : Hospital last Friday and is wanting to move up the job lad- The later. Since the physical
in roasting, baking or broiling.In BROOKERSCHOOL getting along fine. der to better positions in their Hampton Elementary education classes are being
moist heat cooking, meat is companies.
cooked in a covered containerin Arbor Day was observed at -
liquid, such as stewing, and Brooker Elementary Schoolon
pot roasting.) Jan. 18 at 10:30:: a.m. with a
CHUCK is cut from the special program and tree-
shoulder blade chuck cuts planting ceremony.All .
from the shoulder blade area students attended the
are slightly more tender than program, participating with .
arm chuck cuts which come songs and selected readings.
from below the blade area Martin Hunter gave the
nearer the front leg. (moist scripture reading, and Florida
heat) "Smoky the Bear" was sung
RIB is cut from the rib by the classes of Mrs. Ivey National 1 eI
section includes rib steaks and Mrs. Scott.
and roasts. One of the very "Why We Keep Arbor Day" Banks ofFlorida
tender cuts. (dry heat) readings were given by I
SHORT LOIN is cut from Bradlee Cox, Brenda
the middle of the back Langford Brenda
usually very tender contains Willingham, Penny Jakab,
club, T-bone. porterhouse, Tiny Hodge, Frank Andrews,
strip loin, and filet mignon and Randy Starling all from Consolidated Statement of Condition December 31 1973ASSETS
(tenderloin) steaks. (dry Mrs. Powell's class. "An ,
heat) Arbor Day Tree" readingswere
SIRLOIN is cut from the presented by Dana
next section down the back Knickerbocker Richie LIABILITIES, RESERVES AND CAPITAL
contains sirloin steaks. Comerford,Carol Fussell, and
Usually slightly less tender Elaine Tetstone, all of Mrs. Cash and Due from Banks $ 214,057,143 Deposits:
than the short loin. (dry heat Patray's class. Mrs.
in USDA Prime. Choice or Jackson's class planted the Investment Securities: Demand $ 589,777,561
Good grades) small trees. -- U.S. Government Obligations 65,731,323 Time 619,966,768
ROUND is cut from the hind Guest speaker for the .
leg contains round steak, program was County Forester U.S. Government Agency Obligations 96,870,658 Total Deposits 1,209,744,329

rump roast heel of round John O'Meara. State and County Municipal Bonds 245,069,757 Federal Funds Purchased, Securities
roast, and sirloin top roasts The Junior Woman's Club of
and steaks. Less tender than Starke presented a dogwood Other Securities 43,669,276 Sold Under Repurchase Agreement

the sirloin section (moist heat tree to the school, and pine Federal Funds Sold and Securities and Borrowed Funds 49,687,000
for most cuts, but the rump seedlings were given by the
roast and sirloin tip roast and Division of Forestry nurseriesat Purchased Under Agreement to Resell 105,285,000 Interest and Income Collected Not Earned 20,918,168

steak can be cooked in dry no cost. Loans 629,940,150 Provision for Taxes, Interest, etc. 8,495,326
heat if in USDA Prime
Choice, or Good grades) SCI IOOL ADVISORY Bank Premises and Equipment (Net) 35,848,046 Other Liabilities 107,986
FORE SHANK;; is cut from nnJIITTEEIEETS: :
Total Liabilities
around the front leg above the Other Real Estate Owned 444,940 1,288,952,809

knee used for stew meat and The School Advisory Interest and Income Earned-Not Collected 10,786,312 Reserve for Losses on Loans 7,531,423

ground tender section.beef. Definitely(moist a heat less) Other Assets 1,707,889 Minority Interest in Subsidiary Banks 380,714

BRISKET is cut from the IhE Old 1ri Capital Accounts:

upper chest section of the Total Assets 1,449,410,494 Capital Stock, par value $12.50
animal can be used fresh but
is often cured and sold as per share Authorized 12,000,000

corned beef. A less tender shares Issued 9,829,392 $ 122,867,400
section. (moist heat) MAIL
PLATE is cut from just Retained Earnings 32,626,165
beneath the ribs from what $
we'd call the lower portion of Qs7 4. Less Excess of Par Value of Stock Issued 155,493,565
the chest used for short ribs
and beef- for grinding or Over Underlying Equity in Subsidiary Banks ((2,948,017))
"We would be glad to pay
stewing. Total Capital Accounts $ 152,545,548
A less tender section (moist ax we go if we could\ catchup .
Total Liabilities Reserves
heat) paying for where we have ,
been." .>"H Minority Interest and Capital 1,449,410,494

DELeOwru OFFICERS: Chauncey W. Lever, President / John H. Manry, Jr., Vice President / James C. Robinson, Jr., Vice President / Robert M.

Ulsch, Secretary and Comptroller / Robert F. Stamp, Treasurer and Assistant Secretary DIVISIONS: AUDIT DIVISION, Jack M.

Geitz, Chief Examiner and Director / BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND NATIONAL ACCOUNTS DIVISION, Howard G. Tietjen,

BUY YOUR OlD BATTERY. Director / COMPUTER SERVICES DIVISION, Peter P. Hetzler, Director; Ralph C. Wolfe, Jr., Assistant Director / CONSUMER

If your car's battery is replaced we'll make you LENDING DIVISION, Baxter E. Luther, Director / CORRESPONDENT BANK SERVICES DIVISION, William R. Humphries, Jr.,

three years old or more a trade-in offer on a new Director / CREDIT ADMINISTRATION DIVISION, Robert F. Stamp, Director; Barry H. McLean, Assistant Director / GENERAL

stop in soon. We'll check Delco-battery ACCOUNTING DIVISION, H. J J. Horne, Director/ INVESTMENT ADVISORY SERVICE DIVISION, Warren M. Cheek, Director

over your old batteryand Richard E. Kennedy, Manager of Bond Portfolio / PERSONNEL DIVISION, Ernest J. Snead, Director / TRUST SERVICES DIVISION,

if it needs to be j Charles S. Beck, Director. DIRECTORS: R. Hugh Daniel, Chairman & Treasurer, Daniel International Corporation, Birmingham,

Alabama / Harry A. deButts, Former President, Southern Railway Company, Upperville, Virginia / Charles H. Dolson, Chairman,

Executive Committee, Delta Air Lines Inc., Atlanta, Georgia / Richard E. Ehlis, President, Florida National Bank at Lakeland / O. P.

Hewitt, Jr., President, Florida National Bank at Orlando / Fred H. Kent, Kent, Sears, Durden and Kent, Attorneys, Jacksonville /

Chauncey W. Lever, President, Florida National Banks of Florida, Inc., President, Florida First National Bank of Jacksonville / John H.

Manry, Jr., President, Florida National Bank & Trust Company at Miami / Allen H. Neuharth, President and Chief Executive Officer,

A Gannett Company, Inc., Rochester, New York / Dr. Alton Ochsner, Founder, Ochsner Clinic and Ochsner'Foundation Hospital,

I J JBell's New Orleans, La./ Dr. Stephen C. O'Connell, Former President, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida / J. J. Parrish, Jr., President,

J. J J. Parrish & Co., Inc., Chairman, Florida National Bank at Titusville / James A. Rhodes, Former Governor of Ohio, President,

James A Rhodes & Associates, Columbus, Ohio / James C. Robinson, Jr., President, Florida First National Bank at Pensacola /

W. C. Smith, Immediate Past Chairman, Standard Oil Company of Kentucky, Louisville, Kentucky / William C. Swain, President,

Garage Edwards Safety Service Florida National Bank at Coral Gables / Stanley A. Taylor, President, Florida Bank & Trust Company at Daytona Beach.

West Brownlee 321 W. Brownl

964-8241/ 964-7231 Florida National Banks of Florida, Inc.

Baldwin Chevrolet Olds. BUS B Noah
US 301 North 301 and Subsidiaries

964.7500 964.5853C.sh : Thirty-Two Banks Statewide Total Assets Approximately $1.45 Billion

& Carry Tires Inc. Hurst Shell Service Florida First National Bank of'Jacksonville Florida National Bank A Trust Company at Miami Florida National Bank at St.Petersburg Florida National Bank at Orlando
412 East Call Street 210 South Temple Florida National Bank at Coral Cables Florida First National Bank at Pensacola Florida National Bank at Lakeland Florida Bank& Trust Co. at Daytona Beach Florida First
964-6111 National Bank at Ocala Florida National Bank at Gainesville Florida First National Bank at Vero Beach.* Florida National Bank &Trust Co. at West Palm Beach Florida Bankat
964-5800 Deland Florida First National Bank at Barlow Florida First National Bank at Key West Florida National Bank at Arlington Florida National Bank at Lake Short Florida
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I Diamond Season Opens JV Basketballers Play Best and Worst In Same WeekPlaying .

... the fouls with aggressive play
Bradford High baseballerswill is showing good improvement Duncan is at the third base one of the best Bolles-Fisher 2-0-4, Guihan Bolles 15 \9 7 16 47 8-6-22, Weis 102. Totals 171347. with out of position Tornadoes
be facing first com- ,' says Coach spot. Duncan played baseballin games of the year and one of 23-7, Flcmming 4-4-12. Terry trying to stop drives for the
petition of the 1974 season Hatcher. the ninth grade but has the worst, all in the same correctly allows an opponent BOLLES GAME basket. BUS sunk seven of 17
Feb. 26 at Lake Butler. "Everyone is still hustlingand never played since. Also week Bradford High Junior more inside shots, McLeod Putting together their most P ALA TKA GAME free throws, 41 per cent.
"We have been having good getting anxious for the working at third base is fresh- varsity cagers won one and says. Knowing that Bolles had consistent four quarters of Palatka South's 16-point Willis Berry led the Tornadoes -
practices," says Head first game. We've been" man Jeff Jockel. lost two games last week. seen BHS in Live Oak play so far this season, first half advantage was too with 15 points, Milton
Baseball Coach Harry Hat practicing a long time Wise will most likely be the The 57-47 victory over Bolles McLeod switched to the 2-1-2 Bradford's junior varsity five much for the Bradford High Baker had 10, and Alfred Ross
cher of this season's team. concluded Hatcher. starting pitcher. He is a two Saturday night, the 67-57 loss tone Saturday and it paid off. maintained a steady lead junior varsity basket bailers to
BHS has been practicingseven Charlie Green has been year letterman.Out to Palatka Friday night and In what McLeod termed on Saturday night at Bolles overcome and for the second 9.Bradford's Kenny Aycox
weeks and have four doing the best job hitting the in left field is junior the 80-45 destruction by St. his five's better shooting School in Jacksonville to hand straight home game the was outstanding under the
more weeks of practicing ball according to Hatcher. letterman David Kilby. Augustine Tuesday night nights of this season Darrell the Baby Bulldogs a 53-47 usually high flying Baby boards for the Tornadoes
before the first game. Green, a senior letterman led Sophomore !Mike Sanders and leaves the Baby Reds with an Moody hit for 17 points Milton defeat.It Tornadoes were ripped 67-57 especially in the second half
Stuart Duncan is doing a the Florida Star Conferencelast freshman Dean Brown are overall 9-3 record. Baker 12, Alfred Ross 10,and was only the season's for their second loss of the when BUS started coming
good job overall and isprobably year in hitting with a .390 also working at left field. "St. Augustine couldn't do Ken Aycox 8. Gordon Terry second loss for the Bolles JV, season against eight wins.led all down with its share of
using his potential as average. Johnny Nichols is playing anything wrong and wecouldn't had 22 points for Bolles, highfor the other coming at the handsof Big Ron Mabry for rebounds. A full head shorter
well as anyone out on the Five lettermen are returning center field, followed by Lee do anything right," ( the night, and Kevin Clas 4A Wolfson. It evened scoring with 30 points than his opponents, Aycox got
team according to Hatcher. on the team two seniors Casey, a freshman. says JV Coach Wayne McLeodof Flemming scored 12. the records of both the JV I'alatka. Teammate Jerry up with them by sheer effort
Jackson Prevatt is and three junior Jeremiah Freshman Jimmy Prevatt the game. "They whippedus McLeod also praised his teams, Bolles and BUS 92. Mitchell the ball handling and that's one reason according -
steadily working his way into Johnson, Green, Tommy is doing a great job at right any way that was possibleand team for its effort under the "We were consistent. We playmaker for PS,added Tornado 21 as to Coach Wayne
the starting! catcher spot and Wise David Kilby and Johnny field and as soon as he builds this is the only time this boards. scored in double figures in he drove through the McLeod why he's in the
Nickols are the returning his confidence hell be a good year that we have been done Bolles hit on 13 of 21 free each quarter" said Coach defense at will for close-in starting line-up.
hurt the
lettermen. player, according to Hatcher. like this." throws,62 per cent, and BHS 5 Wayne McLeod of his Baby baskets. Mabry sideof
Johnson is at first base Freshman Danny Reddish, Darrell Moody was the only of 9 for 56 per cent. Tornadoes. Tornadoes from the right for SCORE BY (QUARTERS
followed by first year player Robert Edmonson and Jean bright spot on the Bradford Bolles played the Palatka The 2-1-2 zone defense put the basket driving in when BUS 7 12 19 19 57
senior Steve RegIster. Tanner all at team with his 16 team, which beat BHS inside shots and, 67
r are working points. Friday up by BHS also forced Bollesto with fall- PS 19 18 16 14 -
Green is holding down the right field. night i and beat them 24 points shoot from outside. The stopped, going a
shortstop position along with BHS-Berry 2-0-4, Baker 5- me week before. Baby Tornadoes has used a away jumper which he BUS-Berry 7-1-15. Baker 5-
By being a pitcher part of the People often say that in a 2-12, Moody 7-3-17, Aycox 408 trap zone in Live Oak where bucketed with accuracy from 010larks! 0-2-2 Aycox 1-1-3.
time. He was a co-captain on democracy, decisions are Ross 5-0-10, Godwin 102. SCORE BY QUARTERS Bolles had scouted them. A five to 15 feet out. Ross 4-1-9. Godwin 1-0-2.
Charlotte the team last year and is doinga made by a majority of the Totals 24-5-57. BHS 16 14 10 13 57 trap zone, if attacked The Tornadoes never gave Bright 2-0-4. Perry 0-0-0
Lunsforcl real fine job according to people. Of course, that is not up even when down 20 points Gainey 1-0-2 Revel 1-0-2,
Hatcher.At true. Decisions are made by a early in the third period. Reddish 102. Totals 25-7-57
WOOL CARPETS second base is junior majority of those who make gaining confidence West-
transfer letterman Matt Hull themselves heard and who 5 Injured In Wrecks In StarkeFive and becoming more berry PS-Mabry 0-0-0 Williams t 1-0-3,
the wore
as game
Wool carpets have been John McCuthens is followinghim. vote-a very different thing. -- aggressive Harris 2-3-7. Horten 0-1-1,
ran the Baby Reds nipped away
around for many years. In fact, w alter. H Judd al the larger, faster Palatka Gartin 2+5, Mitchell 7721.Dodd ,
US-301 Padgett did not slow down in
the first wool carpets are --10+14"A persons 011lcCaskill! 000.
possible injuries in 10 wrecks According to Capt. Harold lime thereby striking the rear team until the gap was Totals 27-17-67
believed to have been woven Fashion Career whick took place in the City of Crews' report, Robinson was of Starling's car No arrests or narrowed to 10 points.
about 2000 B. C. Wool for Starke from the period of Jan. traveling north on US-301 and injuries were made, but Palatka look a 19-7 first
carpets comes from special 25-29, according to the Starke Bass was stopped at the in- estimated damages of the 1908 period advantage!( and out-
breeds of sheep which grow coarse, hardy, springy fibers. < Three persons, Eunice Bass was turning left onto SR- Ford $250. period for a 37-19 lead at the
Primary sources of wool are All Name Brand Ladies Wear Griffis Gilliard Ryan 100, .when Robinson struck half. But the game remained IJJ1
< D 1 interesting because the
Gilliard both of Port pushing BassSriuuBii
New Zealand, Argentina, United Salerno Bass in the rear
intersection. A 1966 Mercury station Tornadoes never gave up and
< Fla.and Sherry Ann Cowart of me
Starke, were treated and Robinson was charged with wagon, driven by Calvin kept improving all through the
Wool carpets are known for < released from the Bradford driving while intoxicated. Hamilton Slarke, ran off the game, even when both
durability resiliency, and < County Hospital Jan 28 after Damages estimated to the east side of US-301 and, out of coaches put in their bench
cleanability Additional features < Savings Up To 50% being involved in a two car Ford were $300 and to the control, came back across the BIIS outscored PalaUta \19-!
,include soil resistance stain accident on SR16.According Buick $75. north bound lanes sideways 14 in the third period which x
resistance flame resistance < COMPLETE INVENTORY to Officer A 1972 Buick, driven by across the median strip and ended with Palatka on top 5.538 : Ask

color versatility and retention, BEAUTIFUL REDWOOD FIXTURES Kenneth Carlton's report, a Louis A. Brown of Starke hit the bridge on the west side The Baby Tornadoes
and texture retention. < 1971 Ford driven by Miss collided with a 1971 Honda of US-301 Hamilton was bucketed another 19 points in Charley
COMPLETE TRAINING PROGRAM Cowart motorcycle driven by Ansel charged with failure to immediately the fourt period outscoringPS
You won't go wrong with any < was making a right
turn with another vehicle Junior Andrus of Starke, on report accident and 1914. Ee
carpet from our extensive selection We provide carpet fora 1965 Chevrolet driven Officer Tomosovitch's report control. Damages estimatedto goals. However, J Palatka's 17
room or for the entire home. TALK TO OUR OWNERS Eunice Gilliard, was traveling Brown failed to yield rightofway his Mercury were $500 free throws in 34 attempts a Johns
behind and the brakes failed to the motorcycle according to Officer Phillips. 50 per cent average. provedthe
Ghatlotte'sCarpels r Very High Earnings when applied, causing Miss heading west on SR-16. difference. Palatka drew About this Question:

Cowart to collide with No charges or injuries were t = = = = = = _-- -- ,- --
Investment$8,950 Gilliard. Ryan Gilliard was a made. Damages estimated to '
passenger with E. Gilliard. the motorcycle were $50 andto "Precision Cycles "Last! fall my power saws
; OTHER CHOICE AREAS AVAILABLE Damages estimated to the the Buick $25. were stolen from the
Ford were $900 and to the A 1972 Chevrolet driven by building site planking
3003 N E 19TH DRIVE Chevrolet $600. No chargeswere Ruby W. Clark Starke. Introituces
Call Jax
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA 3260tiONE.90413739646 made in the accident.Ms. collided with the left rear of a fell from our truck,
2T.1/31 Marion Padgett 1972 Ford truck driven by Ed THE DYNOMOMETERConteByTbllaveYqurCtycte I I I II causing a passing car tocrath..a

Decanio of Starke was treated Norman, Starke on US-301, .. '' ., .. subcontractortook
. . . . . . . . . . and released from Bradford Jan. 26. Officer Robert Lee's rCiNLY OrJl IN.GA1NESVn.lE"Ii.; : ,"" :
his but left
County Hospital after being report stated that damages money
involved in a three car accident estimated to the Chevroletwere me with his bills. Does
ATTENTION Home Owners $325 and to the truck at :
on US-301 north Jan. i the Charley E. Johns
29. According to Offiver J. L. $$150. No injuries or chargeswere '
Howard's report, Ms. made.A Tested & Diagnosed! By Agency have complete
PROFESSIONAL HELP IS Decanio's 1973 Pontiac, was 1973 Ford driven by ; insurance to protect a
headed south on 301 North Sheldon Edwin Starling L The Dynomometer I "
building contractor?
v AVAILABLE FOR THOSE WITH : when she struck a 1964 Oldsmobile Lawtey, collided with a 1968 ,
if driven by Bailey Ford driven by Benjamin "
PROBLEM WATER. 4 Brown Walling of Starke, in Harry Padgett of Lawtey, on 1 'Pre i K.:
\ tis Charley
the rear causing the car to be SR-100 Jan. 26. Officer E. D. ,
shoved into a parked 1973 Phillips' report stated that >
if "
City or Well Ford truck owned by Ernest Starling was northbound on ': :. 3'03Ir"lt.iI'I.) "" '..l..nlli3772IIC '' JOHNSAGENCY
Eugene Tanner, Starke.Ms. US-301 while Padgett was 1' .. ,
y .
.. ..
ifif Decanio and Wallingwere slowing down for a vehicle '.. 131 SO WALNUT ST
CENTURY WATER INC.AN [ charged with careless turning left off US-301. ., .., ". ". .. \ PHONE 964-5O7O
driving. Damages estimatedto

: ( OLD RELIABLE JAX FIRM) ifif the Ford ware $400. to the ,.... ." ., ,p;", ,,,, "', .0;,,, ,,", "" --
Olds $400, and to the Pontiac

ifif Starke was treated and Sawyer Slade
released from BCH after her
FILTER OR CONDITIONER 1966 Ford collided with a 1969
if Ford pickup truck, driven by
DESIGNED TO MEET YOUR NEEDS. Wayne Dwight Addison Lake

ifif Butler, at an intersection on Gas
US-301, Jan. 25.Officer .
A Specialist is Improve the Quality if George

ifif ifif Tomosovitch's report stated 332 W. Madison St. 964-7701
Available of Your Water and Your Standard that Addison and Miller were I
both charged with careless
ifif By Calling It driving. Damages estimatedto
of Living Today the Ford truck were $500
904/721-0766 and to the car $300.A .
ifif if 1963 Buick, driven by
Robert Robinson of Starke CENTRALEAT
THE PROFESSIONALS 721-0766 collided with a 1971 Ford

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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mrs Ada Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lovetts of
ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: All parents are urged to brother-in-law and sister, Mr. children, of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Starke were Wednesday
Church of God Sunday p.m. Prayer Meeting Monday visit their school as often as by Elizabeth Terry and Mrs Wm Mobley of Carolyn Holmes and children, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Les
School, 10 a.m. Worship at 7:30.: possible. Visits are not Tampa. Their mother, Mrs. of Starke, and Mrs. Jack McClellan. Other guests were
Services, 11 a.m. and 6pm. necessarily to be confined to visited her sister Miss Enza Jacksonville. Jim Newsom, returned home Kuhne, Helen,Kelly and John, Mr and Mrs. Bert McMaine of
Prayer Meeting Wednesday SCHOOL,NEWS those rooms where parents Blanchard, of Macclenny on with them and spent the night. went to the home of their Pompano Beach, Thursday
7:30 have children assigned, but Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Louell Tanner and brother-in-law and evening
: p.m.Faith sister
Baptist Students In the fourth and visits to all classrooms are daughter, Mrs. G. W. Anders, Mrs Daisy Boche Lynn and and Mrs.
Church Chief VernardHughes
Radio Program over WPXE- fifth grades received a special encouraged. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Griffis were business guests of Mr. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, were and family. Green Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gaskins
, Starke, 8 a.m. Sundays, Bible treat last week when WJXT- attended a dinner at Smyrna and Mrs. Buford Thrift, in Saturday guests of her son-in- Cove Springs, for a cookout. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins
\ School 10 a. m. Worship TV Weatherman George PERSONALSMr. Baptist Church of Starke on Moniac,Ga. last Friday night. law and daughters, Mr and and family, camped at
N Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: Winterling was the guest Sunday and a sing in the af Mrs. Virgil Griffis. and Mr and Mrs John Tye, Sr. Rodman Dam from Friday
School Bible speaker for a special and Mrs. Carlos ternoon. Chief and Mrs. Vernard family, and Mrs Maines until Sunday noon
on Doctrine were Saturday overnight
p.m. 8 program. Mr. Winterling Rodrigues announce the Hughes and family of Green Griffis and children, of
Tuesdays at of their brotherinlawand
p.m. the
Pastor's home. visited with each class briefly arrival of a son, Carlos Burney Dobbs of Cove Springs and Mrs. Palatka. Mrs. Maines Griffis guests sister, Mr and Mrs F. L. Mr and Mrs Hermie Kelly
Meeting each Wednesday Prayer 7:30 and the students were excited Christopher, in Medical Jacksonville was a guest of his Carolyn Hughes and family of and children visited them in Roberts of Jacksonville and and Cecil Whitehead were
p.m. Bible Study. : with his explanation of how Center, Gainesville, Jan. 10. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Starke were Friday evening Lawtey Sunday afternoon. their nephew and niece, Mr weekend guests of his son,
Grace United Methodist weather forecasting is done. Maternal grandparents are Dobbs, on Saturday. dinner guests of their brother- and Mrs. Paul Ray and baby Bobby Whitehead and familyof
The new Polaroid and Mrs. Coleman and Miss Priscilla Tanner and
camera, Mr. in-law and sister, Mr. Brooksville.
Church Sunday School daughter. of Brisbane
I a.m. Worship Services Ham 9:45: bought with PTA funds, is Phillips, maternal great- Calvin Kirkland and Misses Mrs. Jack Kuhne and family. Gwen Zack attended the Queensland Australia who
and MYF being used to capture Interesting grandmother, Mrs. O. J. Patsy, Peggy and Susan Starke-Bowles basketball were visiting the Roberts Mr and Mrs. Les McClellanwere
p.m.followed Wednesday by Choir 7 scenes and areas of Phillips; paternal grand- Griffis, of Raiford visited Mrs. Floy Bennett of game in Jacksonville Sunday all of them drove to weekend guests of their
p.m.Practice at 7:30.: class work at the school. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Disney World at Orlando on Macclenny spent the week Saturday night. Daytona to visit Mr and Mrs son and daughter-in-law, Mr
pictures taken will be part of a Sanchez. Saturday. with her brother-in-law and nd and and Mrs. Ronnie McClellanand
Highland Baptist Church Johnny Tye a daughter
scrapbook being kept this sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sebe Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford and of family of Vidalia, Ga.
School Mrs
Sunday 9:45: Mr. Tommy Tally
a.m. year. Miss Elizabeth Terry met Miss Arthurine Blanchard Harris. and family and Mr. and Mrs
Worship Services, 11 am The trees planted Arbor her sister Mrs. J. P. O. Nicula and family visited Daytona Beach.
Practice on Wyrickof was a luncheon guest of Miss Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Choir 6:30
Service, 7:30 Prayer: ; Evening Day are still in good shape. Tallahassee at the home of Esther Mason, in JacksonMrs.. Jack Kuhne and John, Rodman Dam on the Mrs Robert E. Lee at- i Fred Moore and Mrs Mamie
Wednesday 7:30 Meeting Students are quite interested their sister, Mrs. C. E. ville, on Tuesday. Mrs Sadie Simmons, of Ocklawaha River Sunday tended the Annual Postal Lou Edwards regret to learnof
Northslde p.m. in being sure that the tree Strickland, in Gainesville on Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. Ver afternoon.On Credit Union meeting in the sudden death of their
School Baptist Church planted by their class is alive Monday for a family get. Friends of Kim Norman nard Hughes of Green Cove Jacksonville Sunday af brother Bob Moore of
Sunday a.m. Wor and growing. together. Mrs. Wyrick regret to learn that she unSprings were Saturday Sunday afternoon Mrs ternoon. Burlington, N. C Sunday
returned home Tuesday, and derwent an appendectomy in overnight guests of theirSt. Jim Newsom of Chiefland, night. Our prayers are with
I .. Miss Terry returned home Vincent's Hospital, them at this time.
Thursday. Jacksonville, on Thursday.Her flJ\.
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Nursery Special Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robert Norman; grand-
Starling, Joey, Wayne, and mother, Mrs. Truman Nor-
Melissa, were Sunday guestsof man; and Mr. and Mrs.
Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Sammy Eunice visited her
', Wilkinson and daughter, of Friday night.
Hollister. They had an old-
fashioned meeting and dinnerat Chief and Mrs. Barry Watts
-: the church. The men wore were Saturday overnight
blue shirts, overalls, and guests of Capt. D. L. Petersonof
boots. The ladies wore long Gainesville. Captain
: dresses. Peterson returned home with
them and spent the day on
Mrs. Winifred Allen and Sunday. Capt. Peterson and
Miss Arthurine Blanchard Chief Watts were childhood
This Weeks Special friends.

First Few Minutes Mr. and Mrs Lee Lock and !
Peach $2.99 CamelliasTrees
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lock of
Of Rain Shower Hanover, Ind.,spent last week
Ea with their son and daughter-
Bud andBloom in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Increases Florida
Lock and family.
Choose From Our Driving Hazard Mrs. Carolyn King and
children and Mr. and Mrs. B.
Huge Selection of L. Wilkison, Jr. and family, of
TALLAHASSEE-The first Jacksonville, spent Sunday
ShacleNutandFlowering $259 up few minutes of Florida's with their parents, Mr. and ..
frequent showers creates an Mrs. B L. Wilkison, Sr. and .
Shrubs "invisible danger" and Increases the Donald Wilkisons.
drivirg hazards the I
Florida Highway Patrol Mr. and Mrs. Joe Englishand
Grass states Mrs. Mildred French, of
LB 37c Jacksonville, were weekend You're
"The first few minutes of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald 1 I On Home Ground
Wilkison. The Englishes
Seed For Winter rain showers are the most
hazardous for It is returned home Sunday afternoon
50 LB during this period that the but Mrs. French When You Talk To Us.
Z5 stayed for a longer visit. Other
Lawns and Pasture BAG $17 i grease, rubber and oil com .
guests of the English's were
bine with the water to createan
'invisible You Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Watsonof 1
should immediately danger.reduce Macclenny. On Sunday 1 We Have A ri

J LB MS95 your speed and double afternoon,the Englishes, Mrs.
&F: $ following distances when the French and the Watsons, VJ J ;-' '

eeclI 8 OZ g25 Eldridge rain begins Beach," says, director Colonel of Wilkisons.Mrs.attended jail. services with the Large Selection '

The original the Patrol.
Centipede Grass Seed 4 OZ $425 C. R. Crews and 11 of
This combination becomes Glenann spent a few days with ,
mixed with rainwater during her son and daughter-in-law, 12 & 24 WidesDown
first moments of a shower Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crews, of /
For Your Planting Needs making a very slick and Clearwater, and soninlawand
surface. "As daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
dangerous road j Low S250
the rain continues, this buildup Bill Woodard of Largo. Payments as as
r i. is washed off the road and
actually becomes safer in Mrs. B. L. Wilkison, Jr. and I Also Ask About Our
Many Varieties of \ respect to the degree of daughter, and Mrs. Carolyn I
slipperiness," said Beach. King and children, of EXCLUSIVE RENTAL
"Last year one out of five of Jacksonville, called on Miss I
Peas Beans Corn the state's accidents occurredon Elizabeth Terry Sunday af 1 PURCHASE PLAN ,,,
slippery highways. This ternoon.
) statistic alone should indicate We Have a Few Repossessed Homes at 1
And All that driving in the rain is Mrs. Floy Bennett of
Types OfVegetables hazardous and should be incentive Macclenny was a dinner guestof Huge Savings-------
enough for motoriststo her in-laws, Mr. and Mrs.
take additional safety Luelle Tanner and family on
19 |l5 precautions when the rains Friday evening
$ per
1 begin," Beach states. John Brown'sPrice
Mrs. Sadie Simmons,
daughter, and son, of Atlanta,
Ga., the weekend with
/t'-. spent
,1il her brother-in-law and sister,
Mobile Home Center
Mr.family.and Mrs. Jack Kuhne and

(I'. Mrs. C. R. Crews and
1ST Glenann spent the weekend Hwy. 21 Keystone Hts. Fla.
What a snow Job] Early man with her son-in-law and ""
OIiIlOL. 539 East Call St. believed that storms were due daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
PH. 964-5745 to the wrath of a supernatural Tommy Clayton and son, of 4733775W4
I a.wul a.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd 8:3O a.m. to 6p.m.

Sofas Chairs Diaaettes Bedroom Suites Sofa
: Badding, : Sleepers

(lead l ever)' word if soul l line jour borne if >
:SI'KM: MINHTKS:< ( : looking at the SAI.K: PRICKS: on our floor and you'll know some If you are a good furniture :SIIOPPI'.K.: you will know that these known-name beauty

thing :SIIOCMMJ( : I ; is going on. You'll know our new radically LOW PRICKS: don't match the items were never made to sell at such CIIKXP(: : prices. For these are ItON( \ HIM') : sale prices!!,

IIICII(: Ot M.I'TV and VAI.HK: of'the items they mark. Months ago WIIOLKSALK: : PRICES not "TALK" prices. We have never had so many gorgeous things to sell. Nor have we ever

w EKE: SOFT when many stores, fearful of the future, stopped buying, we bought heavily offered so many utterly shocking great bargains. IF ti (n1ISo l :\ TillS FAKVI': : you may

preferring to overstock and give you the advantage of a GIVEAWAY.: SAI.K: if business later regret it for many years, as your neighbors glory in their fabulous buys. This is the UK XL

failed to warrant our purchases. Business hasn't, and now you get this terrific (probably THING, a warehouse sale that hits HOCK U01'T\I. CI:;I' YOl'K' :o\1I.\ln: OF It XKi; XI>:S.

1'MOl'K' : << '' :) array of :MIPKIMIrtCAIINS( : : at 20, 30, 40, 50% off. In some cases, more. and be overjoyed.




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tHTOR1ALS County Agents By "
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TALK OF SIIOltT.\GES has been set up to handle
Downtowns Can Survive"So MAKES PRICES RISEI problems questions or
( requests at this time. All we
mentioned in an earlier can tell you is to contact the
article that it looked like the Region 4 Federal Energy
much of the news we read today is from completed, the work that has been year 1974 would be one of Office in Atlanta, Georgia.FORESTRY.
done toward restoring the old Bradford for folks in
news of failureof things that go badly- uncertainty our r
that it may be a welcome change to read County Courthouse, since it was agricultural production.
by the Bradford County Uncertainty in the availabilityof
of a thumping success. fertilizer, feed, fuel, labor,
Historical Board of Trustees, gives a traasporation, financing and

With this introduction, columnist hint as to what can be done, even in a other inputs makes it difficultfor IN BRADFORD COUNT

James J. Kilpatrick devoted a recent town as small as ours. What was rapidly r managers to know just
becoming a detriment to the downtown what to "produce, especially if
column headed "Downtowns Don'tAlways
he doesn t know the prices he BYJOHN
Have to Die," to the inspiring section and could easily have become 11w r< will receive if he can get his

.story of how the people of Savannah, Ga. just another eyesore is now resumingsome products harvested! and O'MEARA

saved their central city from of its once proud beauty. marketed.

deterioration, and instead of letting it There is some certainty,
become a half-abandoned slum, have What has been done here could easilybe however, When there is talk Faced with possible natural

converted it into a living, breathing, done with other neglected areas, with about shortages, prices seem gas shortages, Florida
thing of beauty that is there for the use the cooperation of groups that are to automatically rise. This has tobacco farmers say they are
ready and willing to work on community certainly happened with reconsidering "homecut"fuel
of the
enjoyment present fertilizer, fuel and to some for summer heating of
the .
if opportunity.Starke
generation, as well as generations to projects given extent, feed. Prices receivedby their tobacco crops.
come. the producers have increased
also has many old homes that but not to the extent Some may revert to char
are' worth preservingnot mansions, that costs have risen. There is coal a product they used
When Savannah was platted some 240 Service in ActionA less margin between expensesand exclusively before natural
such the old plantations in Community
as we see on
General James
years ago by Oglethorphe receipts on most com- gas. Wood although it burns
had the foresight to dot the central Mississippi and Louisiana, but still theyare modities today than there fast and smokes thickly under

design with twenty-four scenic homes with a distinctive flavor of ever has been. tobacco,may be used again by
or miniature parks, around which squares fine period architecture, and of interest in good example of Community Action Projects being carried out by the sun tobacco growers. Charcoal .

homes and businesses were erected. He their own right. Florida National Guard was the quick demolition/ / done on a dilapidated, lifted Some for of tobacco the uncertainty growers was last low-grade offers a trees handy and way sawmill to use

foresaw a city of beauty, as well as one unused building on the old courthouse grounds. Formerly used as public rest week when a final decisionwas residues, and has several

designed for the maximum protectionfrom What is going to happen to Call Street rooms, the structure interfered with the new landscaping of the old courthouse made about the acreage- advantages over wood according -
attack hostile forces. after the new shopping center opens?is poundage allotment programof to the Division of
by a question frequently asked in recent grounds, and was knocked down by the Guard and hauled away in six hours the USDA. It had been Forestry Department of

Savannah, like other cities, had its ups weeks. The answer, of course, is that last Saturday. (See story and another picture on page one.) talked discontinued that allotments, allowing wouldbe Services.Agriculture and Consumer

and downs, including ravages broughtby whatever happens will be exactly what anyone to plant tobacco.
the Civil War and later the the tenants and landlords along Call However, this did not Charcoal, a smokeless fuel
Street allow to happen.It materialize. Instead growers which produces more con
of the 1930's. In
depression more allotments were increased by sistent heat than wood and a
years it was afflicted with the decline 10 percent to meet the expected higher heat per unit than coal
experienced by most U. S. cities and can either deteriorate like the LETTERS TO t market demands for once was plentiful in Floi'Ida.

towns when people living in the central business section of Savannah was this year Lease and transfer Hough charcoal was a byproduct

city began moving to the suburbs, and starting to do a few years agoor, with -" provision are still in effect. of "stump kilns" or
fl tar retorts in which wood was
businesses shifted to perimeter shop- the use of a little imagination, ingenuity, THE EDITOR.
.. There is still a lot of un- cooked or distilled to producetar
ping centers in order to find adequate and (of course) dollars it can remain a certainly about fuel for wood alcohol and other

parking space for customers. useful area, attracting new tenants to agricultural production. Here "spirits" of wood
the old buildings as the town continuesto is the latest information I
Changing Mood into charcoal -
Finally, when the old city market was grow. That is, if the buildings are The Forgotten Men have. : is an ancient art. Early

bought and demolished to make way fora repaired, repainted, and reconditionedto Regulations for the Man- colonists knew the trick of

parking lot, Savannah citizens became make them competitive with newer TO WHOIT: :\1.CO;\;. I am 29 years old. Since datory Allocation Programsof piling dried seasoned logs
sufficiently aroused to organize a buildings now being constructed. Itwon't CERN: being released from the your neck. The chance to crude oil, residual fuel oil into pyramids and packing
be an thing to do, but it will hospital I have tried success is a wonderful thing and refined petroleum them with earth to make airtight
Historic Savannah Foundation easy get
but only if the chance is given. revised and pits to char the logs forborne
We this products were
in have work When I fill
be better than slow death. country out the
dying a
dedicated to the monumental task of ap- use. The of
published in the I FEDERAL process
many rehabilitative plication, I do not lie, I
put The doctors
saving an area of two square miles with programs. We have programs down the truth about say you are REGISTER on Jan. 15, 1974 making charcoal consists
So far, all attempts to get the for myself cured they let you out of the and became effective as of essentially of heating wood in
some 1,100 residences and business minority racial groups, for and got a kick in the teeth for to
hospital, try get a job
you an here
buildings. downtown merchants together on an high school dropouts, the poor the effort. But if you lie on the and what happens You meet that date. Some delay, limited air.space This thereis
and however, is anticipated before process
have been underprivileged, application it catches
improvement ex- with
program up such a wall of resistance that reduces the wood to
_ Much work remains to be done, but fruitless, but this is no reason to throwin would convicts like and to so bring forth.to But I It you:? anyway, so why lie about you become depressed, this the program, is fully implemented pure carbon, a productthat practically -

anyone who has visited Savannah the sponge.and call it quits. All that is attention a forgotten group your of depression starts to eat awayat has many USl'S.Today's .
Yes I
am an ex-mental you and once again the Agricultural production is to
needed is and vision and a
leadership people, the
recently is amazed by the beauty and ex-mental patient and I will likely return vicious circle begins. be allocated 100 percent of energy crisis is
charm of the downtown city. Some 900 few dollars to work with.It patients.We to the hospital for that very current requirements perhaps enough to make a

homes have been restored, and Marshall have great institutionsfor reason. Is it necessary? I hardly Regulations define farmer think of firing up a kiln
is encouraging to know that the think so. Through education I agricultural production as and making his own charcoal
Row on Oglethorpe Avenue, which ten the treatment of the You see when'they say I believe the problem can be
Conservation Department of theWoman.s mentally ill and for do commercial farming dairy, again. One Madison County
some can
years ago was well on the way to decay anything they didn'temphasize resolved. Maybe if the so- poultry, livestock, hor- farmer recalls that in South
and obsolesence, has regained its old Club is launching a project to people these programs work the training bit called average man the silent ticulture, forestry, and fishing America where he has lived
well. They are healed enough. I have
elegance. The twenty-four "squares"with get some of the downtown merchants to very a good no, an majority, or whatever you activities and services charcoal is the main fuel both
are made well and then excellent
brain that I cannot want to call them shown
their huge live oaks and flowering install attractive planters in front of forgotten.The use WHY Because I that mental was directly related to the planting for cooking and heating the
am not
their businesses. It is a relatively simple allowed patients are not cultivation harvesting home. It is delivered daily in
of to. Can this
shrubbery provide beauty
oases country something out of the late night
is processing and distribution of sacks to all homes there
and but least it's question is this really
throughout the central city. inexpensive project, a a really afford to throw away horror movie, maybe then we fiber
fair Do we bave such a fear this timber tobacco and
start in the right direction. resource Apparently will not have
of mental illness that these so. a food intended for human The recommended wood for

What has been done in Savannah has potentially useful members of I am quite sure I am not the recurrence of return to the consumption and animal feed charcoal: manufacture is
Now that the look of the old mental hospital rather than hardwood species, especiallyoak
new be
been matched by restoration society can neatly tucked only one in this situation Mr
programs return to
in other cities, including Charleston, courthouse has set an example, let'shope under the rug of empathy'I Thomas Eagleton is a prime citizen. society as a every Regulations end user specify whose that Softwoods, hickory tend and to beech.make
that the downtown merchants will example the almost Vice-
Boston, Philadelphia, and Richmond. am an allocation level crumbly: charcoal and also
mental patient. I Presidential candidate. Why I think that if it were put to is 100 percentof
back the beautification project, and let it know the problems incurred was he not accepted Because the public, brought to their current requirements for produce more unpleasantodors

Some might think that a town the size be the start of a general upgrading of by myself and others like me. he was smart enough to attention the cost of such any fuel shall certify tht he during cooking.
of Starke has nothing worth preserving, the original business district. The Some can get help through realize he had a problem and treatment and hospitalizationthat has an energy conservation Therefore, they are not much
testing given by the state for the program in effect. Thus, those help in the battle against
to seek
but how far only alternative is slow death. help for it. This was his they, taxpayer are
wrong they are. Although Vocational Training. I am not fatal mistake uselessly bearing they might end users in agricultural pollution.

one of these. I took these tests wake up. I don't know, I hopeso production as defined in the A practical to use low-
and was told, and I If Hitler had regulations will be required to way
quote sought help he For it is my only hope that grade hardwoods'* A doctor in
"messed them up" unquote. I probably wouldn't have been a this is so. certify that they have an Pensacola found it the ideal
did the unforgivable. I scored dictator. Maybe it would energy conservation programin
'RollBac'lsAMustState solution his
to of
too high on these tests. I don't have been better if he had. I hope and pray you never effect. problem
find in this clearing 2,000acres()() of cutover
yourself If
really know what my so-called Maybe he is a bad example. position.
I. Q. is, nor do I really care. Let's take Abraham Lincoln; there is a hell on earth this is Other than this no land. He removed his scrub
Representative Wayne Mixsonof declares. Land in most all Florida All I know is that with proper yes, they now say that he was it. I plead with you to help to procedure has been hardwoods by cooking them in
Marianna has filed a proposed con- counties is being bought up by training I can do anything that mentally disturbed. What remember this 'forgotten established or no local office worked portable better than bulldozingthem kilns. It

stitutional amendment to reduce the speculators at inflated prices several I put my mind to. Yes I can bea would this country be without segment of our population and helped him makea
doctor EX-MENTriL:
lawyer, Indian Chief him? Einstine's teachers said
school tax cap on property to seven mills times its actual worth. And these in- or so they say. I scored with a that he was addled, and lookat \TIE.\T. Legion Post profit while planting his

from its present ID-mill ceiling, flated prices are now being used as a General Aptitude of 145 a what he did! But in these -Royce Bea rdsley forestland.

suggesting that the State can make up basis for tax assessment under a new doctor's qualifying score is days the enigma of mental P. O. Box 685 Will MeetFebruary Absurd to think of
for the lost funds through an allocation law which requires assessors to fix their 125, etc. illness is a millstone around Starke,Fla. charcoal making

from its anticipated $300 million surplus.As values at 100 per cent for assessment 5
In many ways it is superiorto
purposes. coal it is both lighter and
a result of a bill passed at the last Hundreds Riders Enter American Legion Post 56 easier to transport It

legislative session, land assessments "As a result, if the Legislature and the of will meet Tuesday night, Feb provides a long steady fire

have soared, although the intent of the people of this state do not act quickly, 5, in the post home on Ed- without smoke. It is much like
legislature was to keep the actual tax taxes will go out of sight," Mixson Richard Crews FrolicsOne Road at 8 p.m. coke and has been used in this

take at the same level as before. declares. Post Commander Tom country to smelt iron ore and
Howell asks that all membersto even in blasting powders and

The West Florida legislator said his When property is assessed at the new of the The 20-year-old Richard is meeting attend when this important gunpowders
biggest Horse a large
proposed joint resolution, if passed, inflated values, and tax millages are not Frolics ever staged in now in his seventh week in number of business matters There are times when

would be voted upon by the people in rolled back, the result spells disaster for Bradford County is expected Shands Teaching College, will be presented. favor charcoal than has coal.known I For better
November, 1974 with effective date that here this Saturday the Gainesville, where he entered
an the Mixson out as
taxpayer. points Bradford before Christmas and is being Items to be acted on includethe a person could be put to
in 1975. assessors cannot be blamed for doing out to promote Roping Club goes! all kept there in an effort to buildup proposal for a scholarship death in 13th Century
their job in assessing at 100 per cent-- making event for the Richard money. his resistance before undergoing fund for some local student to England.

If enacted, Mixson believes his the blame for high taxes is on local Crews Kidney Fund the kidney tran attend college, who otherwise Today charcoal is thE
proposal would provide some permanenttax taxing authorities that do not make an splant. At present he is in a might not be able to do so; a source of much of our well

relief and shift a greater share of equal effort to reduce their millages. Tommy Reams, club -- weakened condition, having proposal to meet with each the being. As a porous product
recent Ladies
undergone a operationon Auxiliary once
school president, says that between and when "activated." II
from local
support property 300 to 400 riders are expected his spleen. His family quarter for a dinner meeting; serves as a filter for
taxpayers to the state general revenue Rep. Mixson says that ad valorem from all over North l Florida riders or in preparing reports that he weighed 145 a proposal to finance expensesfor odors and its use attests gases to anc thE

fund, an eventual goal of the taxation rates in Florida are already and South Georgia to participate refreshments which will be on pounds at the time of enteringthe boys to Boys State, and a quality of cigarettes, gat
Legislature."If among the highest in the nation, and in the events startingat sale with all proceeds going hospital but is now downto girl to Girls State for the masks, filters, deodorizers
lie 4 p.m. Riders from neigh- into the Richard Crews Fund 96 pounds. He has been Auxiliary; as well as other and disinfectants. Its best
affect those least to
pay. boring counties including the Cokes for the sale are being given transfusions of 15 pintsof matters. Including some known use is in
believes that the surplus in state funds Clay Mavericks, and other donated by the Gainesville blood since entering the landscaping of the property. water and in treatment
something isn't done this sewage
year, could be used to prevent oppressivelocal clubs in Baker Union and Coca-Cola Co. hospital.Rotary Because of the electric
taxes from local government for school taxation and still give the schools Duval Counties will take part. Reports will be given by X. charge impurities adhere to it

funding will go sky high," Mixson the money they need to operate. M.Smith, finance officer, and and flake away from water ai
Four events will be run with Elects Howell PresidentThe Joe Gissy, chairman of the sediment.It .
one high point trophy for each Boys State committee.
age class. Pony through Jack is charcoal that imparts

,9RtQq Benny. A highlight of the show Gordon B. Howell managerof new officers will begin Laughing StockHigh / flavor to delicious food and
BRADFORD c will be the awarding of a C B. the DuPont Company's their terms at the first it is a charred twig that formsas

Radio donated by Bill's C B. Trail Ridge and Highlands meeting in July.Following school girl talking to her artist's tool for "softcharcoal"
( At Radio. All trophies are being plants, was elected presidentof father: "You think you had It drawings.
yt McAtu trligrap1 donated by Williams Jewelry the Starke Rotary Club for the election, C. II. lough when were In school. Charcoal
you a useful
the 1974-75 at the c1ub'smeeting Starke product
year Nasworthy, of the
oO1tIOt4 There is Some of the kids In claw created from
q7a no admission on January 23. Shrine Club, showed a film of my : scrap wood, is a
charge to the Fairgrounds have to park their cars three manmade energy source with
the work carried In
BOB G. FERGUSON: JOHN: M. MILLER where the show will be staged, the burn being hospitals that on are blocks away." a future.

Publishers and the public is invited to Other officers elected at this supported by the Shrine and

FU Published under each Ace of Thursday March 3,and 1819.entered al Second Class Mattel ae the POle Office ae Selrkt, come out and enjoy the events. time were: John Myers, have saved the lives of many vNrci Ill ,
secretary; Freeman Register, children. He pointed out that
Subscription race in trade area 16 pee year: 3.50 six. months. The Bradford Club now has III. treasurer; and directorsfor the money-raising events Philadelphia
a membership of two year terms, Dolph was named by William Pitt.Page the Quaker, after
Outside trade .. SO the Shrine Club
Phone 964-6305 area: |7 pee year: J4.00 ai months. Stark families sponsored by the Biblical In
city Aaia Minor
Fla. which
and all will be participating in Reddish,Jim Cregan,and Jim during the year are for the of brotherly love." means in Creek "city
Saturday's Frolics, either as Minesinger benefit of these hospitals.

I J .

January 31, 1974 TELEGRAPH Pace 13

CommunityNews S pV E w1


Regular meeting of
Bradford County Chapter
NAACP is set Tuesday night,
Feb. 5, at 8 p.m. at Greater
Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church.All .
members and interested
citizens are invited to attend. .

Notice! The committee
members for the Fellowship
anniversary are asked to meetat ufq ryFtS
New Bethel Baptist Church Quantity Rights
Tuesday evening at 6 p.m. to lE FQIEN V Reserved 'REEF p EOP '
make plans for the activity. iNlict gt ,D1N COPYRIGHT 1974

New Hope Baptist Church, THRU WED. FEB. 6
Rev. S. W. Mosely, pastor.
Service will begin with Sun-
day School at 10 a.m. Morning QOALxOS
service at 11 a.m. Afternoon
service at 4 p.m. Visitors are
always welcome.

Rev.Ebenezer Leroy Baptist Davis, Church pastor., HICKORY SWEET QUICK FROZEN W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BOTTOM Chuck Steak lB $119

Service schedule as follows: Sliced Bacon !1 KG II: 99C| BROAD BREASTED W D BRAND UDA CHOICE BEEF BOTTOM BONelESS

Weekly services began with WD BRAND PORK SHOULDER WHOLE I RO U N D Round Steak LB $1 ss
Junior Choir rehearsal Smoked Picnics 78C|
Wednesday night. Bible Class ll. WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF STEAKS
Prayer Meeting Thursday D CURED SHANK HALF TURKEYS Delmonicos 10 $1399
night. Sunday School will Smoked
begin Sunday services at 9:45.: Hams LB.89c ROAST W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS
Morning service at 11 a.m. F ESM BOSTON BUTT Shoulder Steak 5 $889
Afternoon services at 7 p.m. PKG
All members and friends are Pork Roast . LB.88C 10 LBS. W 0 BRAND
!'nvited to attend. USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE (CUT FOR

New Bethel Baptist Church Sliced WO BRAND All Togna. '& 79c & UP 5 9 $i 4 8 NEy.17SYipASt: ) ; CUT & WRAPPED LB FREE$159

Service Schedule ( ) & WRAPPED FREE
: Weekly
services Meeting begin and Bible with Prayer Class Cheese -:: 99' LB. LB. ...OD Hindquarter. LB $109Up

Wednesdaynight at 7:30.: Each ...
Monday and Thursday nightat
6 p.m. is Youth Hour.
Sunday services will! terminate tank .f.fThAf
with Sunday School at c

be 10 a.m.held Regular Sunday, Feb.services 10. will SAVE 31 < SAVE 8e SAVE 12 ,

K. Church, Rev. B. C.
Williams, pastor. Weekly N.
services begin with Senior
Choir rehearsal Tuesday nightat BAGS _tl A
8 p.m. Sunday services will DRINKS
begin with Sunday School at 10

a.m.a.m. Holy Lovefeast Communion service service at 11 Limit 1 w/$7.5O or more purchase excl. dg,. Limit 2 w/$7.50 or more p..ho'e excl. cg$. -

will be given at 5:30: service.All .
members are asked to
please cooperate with ComeAs
You Are. Church activity
sponsored by the Junior 2 12
church Sunday Feb. 10. The
captains are selected from the
junior church members. With 100-CT. 12-oz.
the help of every member we 49-oz.
can help them to achieve PKG. PKGS. CANS

Greater Bethlehem /SUNDAY
Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. / \
Jasper Williams pastor. STORE
Weekly services begin with i HOURS I
Ushers Board No. 2 and Choir FRESH THRIFTY MAID 10 a.m.'til/
No. 3 meeting Monday night. .
Senior Choir rehearsal RED RIPEStrawberries VANILLA, FUDGE 6p.m.DEL
Tuesday night. Wednesday
night Prayer
W. J. Prince will serve as
hostess for the Prayer Band l i'MIOk SANDWICHES12PK.
Thursday night and the Ladies
Circle Friday night. Saturdaythe SAVE
Ushers will sell dinners

from Saturday the kitchen.at 6 p.m. Sunday 12c

School be held.Teachers All Sunday conferencewill School 2 $! 99
teachers are invited to attend. 2
Sunday services will begin BTLS. PKG.
with Sunday School at 9:30: 3 9 9
morning service at 11 a.m.

Methodist Pleasant Church Grove Rev.United Willie COCKTAILCANS

Stitt, pastor. Services as
follows: Bible Class is held SAVE ASTORORANGE
each Tuesday night at 8 p.m. HAtVIST FRESHLETTUCE
Prayer Meeting is held each 22 YElLOW JUICE

Wednesday Church School night begins at Sundayat 7:30.: 8 [,15C ONIONS .6 CANS" 99 99,

3 11 p.m.10a.m.a.m.Communion Lovefeast service service at at 3 11-o1. 5 ..IABG89C EARS

Mt. Moriah United

Stitt 10 a.m., pastor.Communion Sunday service School at at Whole Kernel Corn 5 CANS 88c Tomato Juice 2 o.s.= 88C Florida Celery 2 STALKS 35c Grapefruit Juice 4 CANS 99eSAVE

All members are in- SWANSON ASSORTED
vited services.to cooperate and attend Early; Garden Peas 4 CANS88c 3-Speed Bicycles EACH $3995 Green Cabbaqe 2 HEADS 39c Meat Entrees 2 PKGS.99c

"i . . 4 CANS88C Bread 3 lOAVES 20'0>1. 88 C Layer Cakes 24'01 CAKE 99


PRINTINGCompany Green Beans 4 14 CANS ai 88c Cluster Rolls 3 PKGS. 88C Temple Oranges.10 FOR 69c Pot Pies . 4 PIES 99C


d@. lt"r B ac eye Peas 4 16.01.CANS 88e Saltines. . . '.3.) 38 Mushrooms. . IS 99 Chicken. . . 'As $1 1 1ARR 99

Foil .4 STi"00! Sandwiches 3 Us Salad Greens 4 $1 1 2 S3 99
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. LEGALSI tttr. -

provisions of aforesaid statute.
I mil not be responsible for
Asher Sullivan, president
any debts made by anyone other
Mrs Clyde Smith, lIicepl'8Sident. -
than myself .
-William D.Wen tz r I ,
Lucille Sullivan, secretary-
Y I Ie4t
Dated this 15th day of

NOTICE APPLICATIONFOR January, A. D, 1974 at Starke,
TAX DEED Florida. 1/17 4tp 2/7 4
Sec. 194.16. F. S. "rU6.

that Mr L. E, Gilpin the holderof REGISTER t .
the following certificates has FICTITIOUS NAME y r v
filed said certificates for a tax OPPORTUNITIES t

deed to be issued thereon. The Pursuant to Section 86609 FOR SERVICE a -
r 1
certificate numbers and years of Florida Statutes, notice is r
issuance, the description of the hereby given that the undersigned Sunday-Breakfast Meetingfor
property, and the names In Ronnie Norman, Ft 1 Men and Youth of First

which it was assessed are as Box 105-B, Lawtey, Florida, Baptist; Jack Epps, Directorof
follows: doing business under the firm United Christian Actions
Certificate No. 51, Year of name of "Ronnie's guest speaker, 7:30: a.m.; M''

Issuance, 1968.Description Automotive," Lawtey, Bradford Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning 6i I X11 _
of property: Begin County, Florida, 32058, Intendsto Worship at 11 o'clock, Mr =-
t in SW Corner of Lot 38 N 115' register said fictitious name Jack Epps, guest speaker;

for FOB, E 100', N 100', W 100', under the provisions of aforesaid Youth Handbell Group, 5
S 100' to FOB. Section 31, statute. o'clock; Church Training,
Township 5 South, Range 22 Ronnie Norman, sole owner. 6:15: ; Evening Worship at
East, Dated this 8th day of January, 7:30: ; Combined Youth and Middle School Band Concert Set Feb. 14The

Name In which assessed: Mid A, D. 1974 at Starke, Ra Adults Choir will present -

State Homes Corp. 1/10 4tp 13'NOTICE People.Outreach" Musical "Reaching Music Department of concert Thursday night, Feb. mission charge, and the public program was organized in the directed: by John Goodrum,
All of said property being in Choir the Bradford Middle School in 14. at 8 p.m. in the BUS is invited to attend. fall of 1972 under the directionof and has 171 members.

the County of Bradford, State of Deacons Monday-Youth Meeting, 7 o'clock; Starke will present a winter auditorium. There is no adThe Middle School band Dr Ken Huenink At This concert will be the

Florida. OF INTENTIONTO Tuesday-WMS Council present, the program is band's first public per-
Unless such certificate or
REGISTER 10 o'clock Business formance this year.
redeemed Meeting, ;
certificates shall be NAME
according to law the property FICTITIOUS Meeting. 10:45: a.m. ; Inez Coleman Mrs. C.W.. Denny r--------. e e e a eI
such certificate Program, 1 1:15 a.m.; Covered CARD OF THANKS
described in or 866.09
Pursuant to Section
Dish Luncheon 12 o'clock
certificates will be sold to the Florida Statutes, notice is Mrs C. W. died I
noon; Crusader and Carol Hamilton Words cannot express our Denny LADIES !
house highest door bidder Monday at in the Month court of hereby given that the un- Choirs, 3:30: p.m, ; appreciation for the flowers, Friday, Jan, 18, in Savannah,
dersigned The Bradford County food and Ga. Interment was Jan. 20 in
Associational Brotherhood visits prayers other
February, 1974, which is the Call St. Mrs. Inez Coleman
19th day of February, 1974. Telegraph Starke, Fla., Inc,doing 135W.business, meeting, Evergreen Baptist, Hamilton, 59, of Starke, died acts of kindness shown us in the Savannah.Survivors j A FREE GIFT
loss of loved God are a daughter,
6:30: our one. May
Dated this 10th day of of p.m.WednesdayActeens Thursday, Jan 24, in Shands
under the firm name 5 bless you all Mrs G. E. Lanier, Savannah,
January, 1974 "Bradford Printers", 135 West o'clock; Family Night Supper, Gainesville Teaching after Hospital Ga., two sisters, Mrs W. F. FOR YOU
a long
Gilbert. Brown, Clerk Call St., Starke, Bradford 6 o'clock; Hour of Power; illness. She was born in River -The Family of Roy A. Starr Swinyer, Los Gatos Calif. and

By Beulah M. Moody County, Florida 32091 Intendsto R.A., 6:30( p.m., Teachers and Junction on May 5, 1914 and Mrs W II Nollman, Starke,

Clerk of Circuit Court of register said fictitious of aforesaid name Officers Meeting, 7:15: pm; was a member of the First and four grandchildren. How would you like ., I
Bradford County, Florida. 1174t under the provisions Trustees Meeting 7:30: p.m.; Baptist church. to receive a beautiful

2/7/ statute.The Bradford County Church Choir Practice, 8 Surviving is her husband, I stainless steel electric i ,+ : ,.,,r. a I
o'clock. Hal B. Hamilton of Starke coffee maker valued
Telegraph, Inc., sole owner, Thursday-Visitation, 10 her mother, Mrs., Rosa S.; REVIVALMADISON I at $44.95 absolutely i;',; .c.j'. ,.l I

NOTICEOF APPLICATIONFOR 1/10 4tchg 1/31 a.m.; Music Makers Choir; Garner, Jacksonville; one free? No jingles to ;; :'; v ,,v
TAX DEED World Friends, 3:13: :;; Pre- son, Clarence Coleman write nor puzzles to 1 y s. .rai;

Sec, 19416, F. S. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO School Music Activities and Hamilton, Denver, Colo. ; STREET BAPTIST CHURCH work.
REGISTER Mission Friends, 4:05: ; three brothers, Louie Garner First 10 coupons ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, FICTITIOUS NAME Visitation, 7 o'clock, Washington, D, C,; Ray I received from Starke, "1.t ; r

that County of Bradford the Garner, Titusville; and Henry Lawtey, Hampton,
holder of the following certificates Pursuant to Section 866.09 -Ben P. Bryant, Pastor Garner, Jacksonville; three Feb. 310 I Brooker. Kingsley! e qr v- +' e .
has filed said certificatesfor Florida Statutes, notice is sisters Mrs. Louise Smith and Lake and Northeast pry. hri rJJJ '.-

a tax deed to be issued hereby given that the undersigned II Mrs. Mary Bowers both of I Florida will qualify.
thereon.The certificate numbersand The Bradford County Jacksonville; and Mrs. Betty Nightly 7:30: P.M. Fill in the coupon and

years of issuance, the Telegraph, Inc., 135 W Call St., SENIOR Kelly, Orlando; and three mail today.
description of the property, and Starke, Fla. doing business grandchildren. I
the names in which It was under the firm name of "The CITIZENSWhat Funeral services were heldat Evangelist: Rev. Sam CatheyTulsa
assessed are as follows: Office Shop, 135 West Call St., 10( a.m. Saturday in the I I I II

Certificate No. 103, Year of Starke, Bradford Co., Fla. .. or First Baptist Church with I
Issuance, 1969.Description &091, Intends to register said Rev. Ben Bryant officiating Okla I I 841 Alderman Rd No 73)) I II II

fictitious name under the a delightful Meeting! Interment was in Evergreen I I JACKSONVillE. FLA' 3220)) I
of property: Com. provisions of aforesaid statute. Many new faces appeared and Cemetery, Jacksonville, with Nursery Will Be Provided I I I

SE Corner of SW Quarter of SE The Bradford County some old members came DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I NAME_______ PHONE I
Quarter, run N Iff, W 142', for Telegraph, Inc., sole owner, back. Home in charge I ----- I II

POB, W 29', N 56', E 29', S 55' 1/10 4tchg 131NOTICE Everyone Welcome I I I ADDRESS______ CITY ------ I IUP
to PCB Section 29, Township 6 -
South, Range 22 East. Among them was a __.._! $ l______________________ I
Name in which assessed: OF INtENTIONTO Delegation from the Hampton 1..11 (tillM\ - -- - - -

North American AcceptanceCorp REGISTER Senior Citizens Club led by ,<<. \ ,, .
FICTITIOUS NAME Gene Taylor, newly elected !

All of said property being in President; his wife, Sarah;
the County of Bradford, State of Pursuant to Section 86509 Evelyn Vaughan V.P.; Bill BRYANTIn
Florida Florida Statutes, notice is and Josephine Fontaine and
Unless such certificate or hereby given that the un- Frankie Lyle. Other visitors loving memory of our

certificates shall be redeemed dersigned George William and,we hope, prospective new beloved wife and mother, Leona

according to law the property Lewis, Route 2, Box 93-A-2, members were Helen Bryant, who passed away 3
described in such certificate or Starke, Florida doing business Stevenson and Helen Wallen- years ago.Memories.
certificates will be sold to the under the firm name of Lewis becker. We were glad to are treasures no
highest bidder at the court Montgomery Wards, 363 N. welcome Oma Cotton back one can steal, death is a
house door on the first Mondayin Temple Ave, Starke Bradford after a recent illness We heartache nothing can heal. The

Month of February, 1974, County, Florida 32091. Intendsto extend our deepest sympathyto blow was hard, the shock
which is the 19th day of register said fictitious name Hal Hamilton and family on severe, little we knew that your
February, 1974 under the provisions of aforesaid;: the death of his beloved wife death was so near. We will never ON GE CENTRAL CONDITIONING

Dated this 11th day of statute. George W. and Unda Inez. We are sorry that Elsie forget you, though you are
January, 1974. Lewis, sole owners. Dated this :-tern suffered a broken hip gone, and we will always love
10th day of January, A. D. 1974at and is in Alachua General you no matter how long.

Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Starke, Rorida l/104tp V31 Hospital. $100 .DIRECTfromGeneral
,- By Beulah M. Moody Signed, Mr. Frank Bryant,
: Clerk of Circuit Court of Happy Birthdays were Alex: Husband; and children Electric on units purchased
Morton and Sophie Fisher. 131NEWS
I' Bradford County, Florida 1/17 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 1tp CASH REFUND

!. 4t 2/7 FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME Bill Richards gave a Executive January 1 through February
detailed report on our

fl NOTICE OF APPLICATION Pursuant to Section 86509 Transportation Comm ABOUT central air 28, 1974. Special cashconditioners
i- FOR TAX DEED Meeting Jan. 16. Margaret
Florida Statutes, notice
Sec. 194.16, F.S. Jacks, Director, Florida
hereby given that the un- refund offer to homeowners
Division on Aging, and Rep. I TA El A Models

.. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, dersigned Route, Hampton Fred Sackett, Florida, Star, Frank Williams were presentat SERVICE MENPFC I !1::: .-....r The Executive s large condensing
., that The County of Bradford the business under the this meeting and we feel ",.. = surface, together with, the who are replacing
32044 ,
doing that it ::=; efficiency of the Some F'ncondensercolls.makesltlhe
.. holder of the following certificates firm name of SACKETT was very productive : l 1
has filed said certificates : -
REALTY, 205 N. Temple Ave., modernizing or a dd'mosteconomlcQllooperateand Ing
for tax deed to be issued
Starke, Rorida 32091 Tel 964- Our Executive Board will Michael J, Crawford. has the lowest noise level of any
.. thereon.The certificate numbers 6622, intends to register said meet Tuesday, Jan. 29, at 10 son of Mrs. Elizabeth = GeneralEleClflccenlralaor
.; and years of issuance, the fictitious name under the a.m., Rec Center. Plans for Crawford of Route 1, Starke :-ot a conditioner,'. Two-speed 'fan to their existing forced airheating
description of the property, and provisions of the aforesaid activities for the next quarterwill has reported for duty at the = : adjusts automatically to outdoor
v the names in which it was statute. be formulated. Annual Marine Corps Base Camp temperatures Available in capacities" systems who buy

;. assessed are as follows: Fred Sackett, sole owner dues and Gold Cards LeJune N. C. He attended of 36.000 to 60.000 BTUH

Certificate No. 26. Year of Dated 25 January, 1974 A. D at payments are in order. See Santa Fe Junior College in early. General Electric
'. Issuance 1968.Description Starke. Florida. 1/31 4tp 2/21/ Treasurer Emma Morton, Gainesville, and joined the 0-
i Dues Marine Corps in January. $50
payments are $2.50 plus
a of Property: Begin $1 Gold Card per year, visitors ,;@ 5 will send the Cash Refund
NW Corner of N 130/ of Lot 35 "
> at 25 cents meeting. ""
in East of Railroad, S -= CASH REFUND
Lawtey FINAL REPORT AND direct to you. Get ready now
50'. to POB E SOS 50', W 50',
APPLICATION FOR With the sharp increases in PFC Carlton M Broome,
e N 50' to POB. DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR the cost of food heating and son of Mr. and !Mrs James M IIIII on Deluxe
Name in which assessed: Mid cooking fuels steep rises in Broome, of Hampton, has i %HI central air for those hot days ahead!

State Homes Inc. NOTICE B hereby given that I gasoline portends that inflation returned to his base in :Norfolk \: = conditionersTAR1D4R1C
All of said property being in have filed my Final Report as will be with us for a Va. after a seven-month
the County of Bradford, State of Executor of the Estate of long time. Mediterranean deployment II Modal*

i Florida HARRIET JOAN MILLER, aboard the attack aircraft II Quality cooling at moderate
Unless such certificate or deceased; that I have filed my After a month back home carrier, USS Independence. cost Automatic two-speed fan BUILT-IN QUALITY FEATURES
certificates shall be redeemed Application for Distribution and Congressmen talking to the During the cruise, he participated controls outdoor noise while the
jj according to law the property for Final Discharge, and that on people on the vital issues of in training exercisesin ClimatuM" compressor ON EVERY GE CONDENSING
J described in such certificate delivers cool air indoors Models
or income, health care living Crete and Greece and
the 1st day of March, 1974, I will available' in '
certificates will be sold to the apply to the Hon. George L. conditions, to impeach or not visited ports in Turkey and / to 60 000 0c'toesof24.000,: UNIT AND WEATHERTRON'
highest bidder art the court Patten, Circuit Judge of to impeach the President sumit Tunisia.
house door on the first Mondayin in one word, UN- A 1971 graduate of
Bradford County Rorida, for up ,
Month of February, 1974 approval of said Final Report and CERTAINTY.The Gainesville High School he _
which is the 19th day of for Order of Distribution and for joined the Marine Corps in t----= $50 Exclusive i '"
e February, 1974. November 1972. ... Spine Fin coilseliminate
Discharge as Executor of the) people are perplexed; -- -
Dated this 11th of -
day Will of HARRIET JOAN the elderly and poor are === dozens of brazed
1974. -
January MILLER, deceased. worried. Do we really have an == CASH REFUND
Gilbert S. Brown Clerk
; DATED this 25th day of energy crisis? Many peopleare -- ::::;::;:::::;::::; Weathertron" connections that can cause leaks
fi Beulah M. on
By Moody
1974. The profits of Pvt. Ulysses J, Dommon
January skeptical. = GE Climatuff
Clerk of Circuit Court of BARNETT BANK OF the huge oil corporations are 19, son of !Mrs Jerlene ::;::;:::;::; heat pumpsWA compressor

; Bradford 2/7 County, Florida. 1174t JACKSONVILLE N.A. high and may go higher.We Dommon of Starke has Model' with proven reliability top
By James R.Tillman Jr. completed eight weeks of ----- ---- ::;
....' Vice President and Trust are fortunate in basic training at the L: S. E = ::Ei1:;: Heat heats Pump and cools. Weathertron air-discharge for low 1 noise 1 levelSmplyeettheautomatmcthermo I
very ---- a single system
Officer,as Executor of the Florida that so far we have Army Training Center Ar- Ei1 and helps protect shrubbery
Estate of HARRIET JOAN mor, Fort Know Ky. While Ei1 ,
had a mild winter. We .
\ NOTICE TO REGISTER OF INTENTION MILLER,deceased. feel sorry very for the people in there he received instructionin ---- = ,.. Coils fully enclosed I and
weapons map reading cooling cooling to heating' by
other where the tem- -
FICTITIOUS NAME EDWARD M. JACKSONP. combat tactics, and other -= i r itself all-electric The protected by cabinet pre-charged
to or
drops zero
perature Weathertron'Is efficient
'ii Pursuant to Section 866.09 Cocoa Florida. O. Box 3fl32 127 below freezing. subjects. .. .. range 24.000 to 60.'000 BTUH Capacity: factory sealed refrigerant system

Florida Statutes, notice is Attorney for Executor Next meeting will be St.

i( hereby given that the undersigned 1/244t 214I Valentines Party. A game will _-- I, ,
University Auto be played from which a King :-- f."d I f
H Brokers, Inc., 120 East and Queen of Hearts will be NoNk') / ll I George W. Brown Refrigeration

r University Ava, Gainesville, chosen and crowned. Date, :
Florida, 32601, doing business Pratt St. ij-/ ..I
I will not be responsible for Feb. 12, Rec Center ..1 I
under the firm name of Asher 1 p.m + 15 YEARS Air
debts made by other Conditioning
'r Sullivan Athletic House, 150 than any myself. anyone To our Hampton Friendsand Up until the 17th century
r' West Call Street, Starke, other visitors, we are gladto some people believed that IN STARKE

Bradford County, Florida, -Vernon Mobley see you always, hurry back geese grew from barnacles, 226 S. Walnut St. Starke
32091. intends to register said ,
1/31 4tp 2/21 the silly geese
fictitious name under the -Joe Kerrigan


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Holstein. 964-7265,
Deadline for insertion 8328.Monday thru 1/31 Friday, Call 964- ask Angus for or Russell Griff. 1/24 Mobile Homes 8:30: P.M.

Tuesday Noon preceding Itp 3tp2/7 SINGLES & DOUBLE i
Thursday before publication. WIDES 390 N. CHERRY ST
------------ FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house.
Minimum Charge 12.00 FOR RENT: Large 3 bedroom EXPANDO ROOMS & ADD I Volkswagen
(Covers 13 Words) unfurnished house $96 per Road 16, 1 block from city ON ROOMS WANT TO DRINK THAT'S
Each word over IS MIKE STARLINGS: LAND month, 664 N. Water St. For limits on left. $1,000 and I
10 cents CLEARING, FILL DIRT, 7 information 527 N. Walnut. FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars assume mortgage. 964-5410 FREE DELIVERY AND SETUP NEW a USED YOUR BUSINESS.
miles South of Starke on 301. Itp 1/31 made Japan by Gibson now after'S30 pm. Itp 1/31 100 MILE RADIUS \W1
at Dahmers Discount
All Classified Ads must be 468.14201/31 5tp 2/28 tfchg. BANK FINANCINGHWY WANT TO STOP
for In -----------. THAT'S OUR
paid advance unless you 17 NORTH NORTH OF THE MALL
------------ ,
have an established account FOR RENT 12' wide mobile FOR SALE: Small 3 bedroom GAINESVILLE TF

with the Telegraph In that homes outside city limits. J. frame house, 1 l/2 miles from 284-5OO1

event 50 cents extra chargefor Filing Cabinents B. White. Ph. 9646114. If no FOR SALE: Linoleum rugs 6 x 9, city limits off Raiford Road, 264-7311 TF( -- 1mlmtl
billing. Not responsible for niture index ; office fur- answer call 964-8775. tfchg. $3.50; 9 x 12, $5.98; 12 x 12, $11,900. Ph. 9647015. 1/31

errors when given over the Bradford; County) file Telegraph.drawers.TF 811.9812; )x 15, $14.95. Dah- 3tp 2/14 I MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
phone or when is Discount.
copy not ----------- mers tfchg
typed and brought to the of- 100 W PH. W4-5604 y aJSnTST'
fice. FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom brick f
house outside city $150 per Long ChampHome 1( .2
BABY SITTING for working month. Ph. 9647467. ltchg WATSON'SHOUSE ACREAGE 5.13A. $ 5,900 I

arias mothers. Full or half day. Play 1/31 OF VACUUMS 19.48A. Paved rd. 16,000 I LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED 8c
facilities. Infants welcome. 21 A. US 301 N. 30,000 and I REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD

MISCELLANEOUSBABY Pickup available. 964-8895. ------------ Many brands: of new vacuums 32A. SFUOOS 37,000 [ Building MaterialsWE ::1 CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
1/312tp 2/7 $39.00 up. Used machines 80 Acres 22 A. planted pine TF

FOR RENT: Unfurnished house from $10. Expert Repairs all 14 pecan trees -1/2 1 mile road BUILD ,

------------ North of city, nice yard. 964- makes. Parts and Accessories' frontage- 1looAcre
5801. 1tp 1/24 for all vacuums. Built in

SITTING in home ONE lovable male puppy needs a central vacuum cleaning HOMESLAKEFRONT- LOTSA. I YOUR LOT OR OURS"
my good home. Call 964-6488. 1tp ------------ systems. 712 N. Main,
5p.m.Monday Ph.thru 964-8785.Friday, 6 1tp a.m.1/31 to 1/31 Gainesville 3767110. TF J.THOMAS, REALTOR FREE ESTIMATES YOUNG CO.

FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom Brick 205 N.Temple Ave.
------------ house, out of city in quiet 964-6162 4Q
------------ Vacuum Cleaners
neighborhood $150 per mo. LILLIAN C. PEARSON, ADDITIONS p.J

YourReal "ONCE UPON A TIME" An- Ph. 964-6375 ltp 1/24 t HELP WANTEDWANTED 1 ASSOCIATE 782-3806 HOMES BOUGHT SOLD s o andShampooers

tiques Appraisals Estates TRADED
Estate Insurance. DIANA ANGLE ACREAGE FOR SALE 117 N. WALNUT ST. 964-8787
SMITH, 916 NW Fourth
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, STARKE. FLA.
Street, Phone 372-6249. 964-6853
Broker : Sewing operators,
410 W. Andrews
Gainesville, Fla. experience preferred but will SEE THE
Contact Tolbert McCoy 964- HWY. 301 S. STARKE TF VACUUM CLEANERS
train if SERVICE ALL
Buy-Sell-Trade you are seeking regular
7818. Itp 1/24 iiie
------------ permanent employment. 10 Acres Just Out of City Good J in

AppraisalsCALL Cadillac Uniform, 441 E. Land. Adding machines
------------ ; typewriters'office
WANTED TO RENT: Couple Brownlee St., Starke. tfchg. supplies. Bradford County
BILL POWELL with small mobile home and 3 BR CB Const., 2 Full Baths, Telegraph. TFAdult Tractor Go
RESIDENCE 964-681O cats needs to rent a lot Southof FOR RENT: Mobile home 12 x ------------ Rreplace. Fam. Rm., Close To Hipp ,
60, 2 bedroom, water fur- All Conveniences.
town. 964-6910 or P. O.
OR RALPH BRYAN nished, prefer married ,
couple MAID wanted. Must have
Box) 912, Starke. ltp 1/31 Mobile
ASSOCIATERESIDENCE two children accepted, no experience.. Apply In person. 70Acres, 10 With Pines.20 With Farm MachinesNEW

-964-62O8 pets. Ph. 9646365. ltp 1/31 Starke Motor Court, 301 Pecan Trees 40 Cleared. Home ParkIN
North. 1/31 2tp 2/7
OFFICE 964-6464 ------------ a USED
LOSE WEIGHT: Safely & fast 2 BR Frame,Approx.2 Mi. From CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH
with X-11 Diet ------------ City. Good Terms
ACREAGE 1 to 100 Acres Plan 300.
with Highway frontage REDUCE Excess Fluids with WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD 4 MI. NORTH ON U.S. 441 TELEPHONE 372-3464

several locations. XPel 300. Money Back WANTED: Man to work on 10 Acres Cleared with 2 Rows GROCERY AND NEW

Guarantee. Koch Drug. 1/3- [ FOR SALE ] horse and poultry farm, whiteor Planted Pecan Trees SHOPPING CENTERTF Gainesville, Fla.

Lake Front Beautiful, year 4/11 15tchg colored. Starke, J. L.

round home on choice lake. Gladwell 9648613. 1tp 1/31 2 Lot.BR Frame Lg. Home and Nice JO-LU COURTU.S. "WHERE SERVICE IS THE BETTER IDEA'

E. Bowers, Interior and exterior ) 2 BR CB Const.
with Heat and Air Carpet Registered Persians. Phone Built Recently. I
also exterior house PHONE 964-8810
Enclosed beautiful lot in 533-2273 before 5 STARKE BUILDERSA
garage p.m. ltp WANTED: ELECTRICAL I
cleaning. Ph. 259-6025,
WORK call 485-5806 24 hour
Macclenny, Fla. 1/174tp2/7
service to meet your electrical Magic Transparent tape, all
FRAME HOUSE On Bradford 964-527O 219 E WASHINGTON ST
------------ needs. Steve Dark qualified sizes. County
nice lot in Starke. master electrician. 1/31 2tp Telegraph. TFSSAVE STARKE. FLA.
ROCKSUND PRINTING Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl"THE
LET US HELP YOU can Pontiac GTO or will trade for REAL ESTATE

BUY,SELL OR TRADE! fulfill your printing needs with good used farm tractor. Ph. WAX FLOOR"
I I Quality, Low Come Prices and and 964-5037. Itp 1/31 986 N.Temple Ave,Starka $ : : INSTALLED COMPARE'Af s#',$cf"f: >".'3
speedy service. by I
WANTED: Manager trainee, Ph.964-7826 PER so YD
II let us give your printed
------------ Wayne Douglas,AssociatePh.
I I material professional that personal look. Presentlywe as wellas consumer career with finance progressive company.Call .964-6593 FRED DAVIS Beautifully SculpturedHI

10-1 Mon.,
are open Only:
Tues, & Fri; 1-5 Saturday.
to three old. J. R.
119 S. Walnut 9646910. Wainwright years 964-7835. tfchg. 2/21 United FarmAgencyInc L LITTLE RIDE CAN FHA SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY $6.97

------- ----- GREEN COVE SPRINGS- Shag
r ------------
information call Greg Dodd, FOR SALE: 55 Gal. drum and Motel. Apply in person. No 100% CONTINUOUS FIL. NYLON MANY TF
Ph. 964-7408. 1/24 2tp 1/31 stand, including fuel oil. 964- Phone calls please. Itp 1/31 FAULKNERASSOCIATES INSURANCE 'COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY *

dt..t ,earU'1 8483. 1tp 1/31 AT REDUCED RATES INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD O l. i7.x111'
------------ ------------
CQv. Q ------------ STARKE. FLA. 9S4-5O65
Diadax Reduce
plan excess chicken farm. House and
fluid with Fluidex no utilities furnished. Call after 6
C. B. Radio
service pole for trailer or .
Meet JACK EPPS, prescription at Mitchell's $65. Ph. 468- p.m. 4855562. Eddy's CALL US FOR BEST PRICESPROS'PECTS

Director of United Drugs. 4tp 1/31 construction 1893. 1tp 1/31 Chicken Farm Graham, Fla. WAITING TFCHG i 321 Temple Ave.
Christian Action at the 1/173tp 1/31
------------ o-ta 9G4-B34E
First Church
We ecTREE dcI[(a Starke Fla,
Sunday ------------ WranglerBoots ,

Men and Youth Breakfast PAINT peeling PROBLEMS, fading. Call?The Mildew Paint, FOR$19.95 SALE 15: automatic 22 hand$39.95 guns FEMALE General office HELP work WANTED High: SERVICEALL All Types Of Electronic Equipment

7:30a.m. People, 964-8181. Starke 38 snub $49.95. Dahmer'sDiscount School Grad.Apply in Person, 4\ TREE WORK

Sunday 9:45 a.m.School Madison Paint Center Street. 441 1/24 4tchg West tfchg Lake Butler Apparrel Co., FOR THE .J i! BULLDOZIER LAND EXPERT INSTALLATION

Morning Worship! 2/14
------------ 3601. 1/10 4tp 1/31 AND LICENSED
11:00 -
Church Training LOTS-Zoned for mobile homes 24 EXPERIENCE Sells & Fishing Licenses
YEARS Bill: Now Hunting
6:15p.m. SPRING SCHEDULE being set and houses. Several sub- 9
JAX. 768-8522
up for individual voice lessonsto divisions to choose from. Only r WANTEDWANTED J BOOTS OR STARKE 964-9935 & All Management Permits.
Hear the Combined Youth ( be taught!in my home. Call $95 down. Monthly paymentsto e
and Adult Choirs presentthe 468-1312.7 a,m. to 1:30: p.m. suit your budget. Ph. 468- 1OTP 1/31 Home of the Magnetic Signs

"REACHING Outreach PEOPLE"Musical Anita Lucas. ltp 1/24 1551 or 964-8331. ftchg. Handbags 24 Hour ServiceTIRED

P.M. TO BUY: Kingsley
Lake water frontage. Either a Wallets I

Worship this week in the FOR SALE Registered Angus lot,summer cottage or all year JIMMY MOORE'S
WE NOW HAVE diamond
warm atmosphere of Bull Calves. J. B. White. round home. Would swap 100 STYLES OF WESTERNAND Sun SportsMORE
needles for any make or model
lots in the of
First Baptist Phone 9646114. tfchg city MODERN BELTS IN
stereo player. Dahmer'sDiscount '
"The Church with a Heart House. tfchg. Starke. Call 533.22371/173tp SIZES 18 TO 56 MADE OF BOAT FOR OFWORKING
in the Heart of Starke" 1/31 YOUR MONEY TF

------------ FOR SALE STARKE PH 964-5791]
: Hospital bed; with JUSTIN FOR
Call 964-6362 ------- ----- OBTAINABLE BY

For Free Transportation of mattress. Practically new. Call INDIAN MOCCASIN01
964-7443after2p.m. Itp 1/31 COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
all types, automotive, farm' WANTED: Scrap iron and junk WESTERN SHIRTS STERN DRIVE SERVICE SOMEONE ELSE?
Bin P. Brymt PHtorwmiim machinery. Boyd Service Ph cars. T & T Wreckage Ph.
o.or,.-MI.'t"r' 01 Music AND REPAIR
9648359. tfchg 964-8217. 1/17 4tp 2/7
FOR SALE: 30 laying hens CARRADINESLeather
------------ REPAIR
Rhode Island Reds, Sax link.
MOBILE HOME Ph. 964-7656 after 4 p.m. Itp WANTED: Positive people who Shop
Mad Easier mobile 1/31
would like a business of their
choring and mobile homo roof 1 MILE SOUTH ON U. s. 301
.-, own. $30 investment. Write:
coating. din's ------------
Ad, 4313 N. W. 10th St.,
9645606. Rt. 100 W. Gainesville, Florida 32601. PHONE 782-3400 TFLICENSED SUNOCO

Starke Fla. tfchg 1/312tp 2/7 PumpsNew

FOR SALE: Fill Dirt. Phone .

SAWS SHARPENED, work Stephen Smith collect 468- ------------ And UsedSALES
guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or 1873 4tp 1/31 f

leave at Jackson Building :J"flflStll'lIiCfl
Supply Starke or Keystone FOR SALE: Hay $1.50 Bale, Rex WANTED Used furniture ear PARTS
Brown 718 W. Market Rd., refrigerators, washers Dah-
8 964-5284. 1/24 2tp 1/31 mer's Discount House. tfchg SERVICE Looking For A Change?

------------ 4
When It's in -
Sunoco Offers
of rugs have been ttri Plumbing Supplies

Print. cleaned with Blue Lustre. It'sAmerica's FOR SALE: Zoned mobile
finest. homes acre tracts from AND FOUNDLOST EXPERT SERVICEON

Business forms, ahampooer $1. Devrlck 2695. As low as $270 down FREE ESTIMATES 3.3 BAY. 2 LIFT STATION 3O.OOO GALMO.ALLOCATION .

letterheads save Inc.. 301 E. Call St., 964- and $32 a month. One-half PO BOX 605 ALL MAKES
6163. mile S. of Starke off 301. Ph. I PHONE 964-7O61
you time, head- 9646191. 1/17 4tp 2/7 m./ ., :lo.lda. FOR INFORMATION CALL::
aches. We follow : Ught brown male puppywearing
STANDARD poodle stud, very ------------ a red collar and flea 473-2233 DAY OR NIGHT DurrancePUMP MIKE CAPEZZERA ((904) 353-0941
your orders. intelligent 964-7923. 1/17 collar. If found call 782-3878 CHEYENE CROSS -
The BradfordCo. IQtchg. 3/21 TV Color picture tubes only 289-5631.. Reword ltp 1/31 LJ BONNELL a SUPPLY co. ,EVENING' : TF.

$79 plus labor, Dahmers 8/3O-13T-1I/22 864N. TEMPLE AVE.
------------ Discount tfchg. ------------ .


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I Sate Fe Swamp Qualifies For State Ecological List !

An almost impenetrableswamp tract covering approximatelyeight of its ecological value and Long says that some of the assessed at about$50 an acre, Santa Fe Lake and flowing !
sprawling over 5,240 square miles in Brad-- "vulnerability to man's encroachment L4 inquiries at his office come with the better property the but
acres from the north shore of ford County and a small x I 'A iKRY9TONB AIRPORT y1 ) from developers who would averaging $100 per acre. McMillan through swamp and others '
Little Santa Fe Lake to the portion in Alachua be It was deferred from Immediate 'TySR S" presumably drain the swamp These values are apt to go up, familiar with the area insist
vicinity of Theressa, was deferred until all other action by a six to five for the purpose of selling however, in this year s there is no( defined stream
in Tallahassee last for while would reassessment, Long says.
qualified qualified proposals en- committee majority becauseit homesites others flowing out of the lake in that
week: for Florida's bond vironmentally endangeredlands was felt there was no Immediate attempt to log its virgin McMillan and Long both direction.
program covering en- had been considered. threat of develop- cypress stands for lumber. agree that something mightbe
vironmentally endangeredlands. Known locally as the Santa ment within the area. In the earliest government said in favor of the state's
Fe Swamp the huge tract, Tax Assessor Gene Long survey made before 1850, the program for protecting such New
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However, the Interagency comprising almost three said last week, however, that SANTA PB SWAMP/ > .1 swamp was bypassed and lands from development.
Planning Committee IPO(] ) percent the entire land area his office has frequent described as "impassable" They undoubtedly have valueas EntertainmentFeaturing
recommended that any move of Bradford County, was inquiries about the wilderness according to field notes in the recharge areas for the
toward acquisition of the qualified for the list because tract and that due to con- possession of local surveyor Florida acquifer and the
tinued interest shown by in- = = "_- Merrill McMillan. A later water supply of the area
survey was made after 1850, might be endangered if the
McMillan said,which is still in swamp were ever drained, 7
Hugh Brownlee Retires After 40 use today. they believe. Beverl'J sdiicNattivtlle
I "One fellow from Lake City Legends about the impenetrable -
,,., told me once that if anybody swamp still circulate -
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lANtA11WAMry VocalistPrldaySaturday
Years Service With Corps of Engineers could log it, he could" Long locally, including the
says "but on second thought, report of screaming panthers
he must have backed down, being heard by residents of Nighti
Hugh L. Brownlee, chief of from Alabama Polytechnic young son to support. because it never was workedfor Theressa from time to time,
Operations Division at the U. Institute which later became His search for employment timber." and the rusting remains of a MIN r*.ye'*New ReleaMt"Lt
S. Army Corps of Engineers Auburn University. eventually led him to In addition to the swamp crashed airplane being foundin 't Sing SangTogether"
New Orleans District, retired When his first job with the Washington, D.C., where he area, the tract contains about the depths of the swamp
two weeks ago after 40 yearsof American Telephone and began knocking on virtually KRYSTONR 350 acres of good land, along several years ago. and
service. A native of Starke Telegraph Co. in Georgia every federal agency's door __ I H IGiTS! the eastern boundary. Long Florida mapmakers still
he is the son of the late Mr terminated in 1933 he found that was open to him even a uNEY said. The swamp lands are persist in picturing the Santa "I Love Being Around
and Mrs H. L. Brownlee and himself unemployed at the few that were closed. afro Fe River as rising in Little You"
received a B. S. degree in time of the "greatdepresslCln" ?
electrical in 1928 with a wife and a -------- _----- --------- ENTERTAINMENTANIOHTS
engineering vestors his office has had Charlotte, N. C. and was vr rft tartarvMr QOAGQO M rf nrf hw OTw WEEK
special maps printed in orderto purchased from the estate of I I I II I II ...........................
answer the frequent John H. Denmark. I I II DeWitt G. Jones EVERYWEDNESDAYIs :
inquiries more easily. Mrs. McMillan is said to be I I II II Ij :
KEYSTONEELROSE "My boss wants to know if a the widow of a wealthy I DANCE CONTEST NIGHT :

million dollars would be too physician who invested in I Funeral Home ..........................:
much to pay for that tract?" similar undeveloped and so-
Business Directory Long reports that one of the called "worthless" lands in j STARKE PHONE 964-62OO a' Bobby'sHideaway
tIi visitors to his office asked him other parts of Florida. She is RENTAL
recently. It was a question said also to have a home in I HOSPITAL EDS.WALKERS WHEEL CHAIRS
Q'1a Long didn't care to answer. Hawaii, as well as other
FISHERMAN'S HARDWARE kti Presently, the property holdings in the West. Rumor
f carries an assessment of has it that the television KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
$270,000 "private eye" series,
1 The tract is owned by Mrs. Five-0" is filmed partly on her I PHONE 473-3176 WALDO
Dorothy K. McMillan of estate in the Pacific. I 1000000000000000000000000000000*
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Live BaitCricketsShinnersWorms A complete line 01 IIdw.
Minnows BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS EveryDayLowPriccl fEvcryPayLowPricc] .
Plumbing&Electrical Supp.
TACKLE.RODS-REELS Gro-Tone Fertilizers
FISHING&HUNTING Insecticides AGAR'S Pantry
Keystone Hgts. 473-4357 Keystone Heights 473-3663

CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION-AIR C particular Brownlee door recalls that remained one SUPTRMARKETSSTARKE'S

locked, even after he had
Subscribe Todayi1l' knocked. As he was turning 320 SOUTH WALNUT ST
To Inquire away, he noticed another job
the lake hunter giving a "coded" IO T LOW 00004 OVrtA
to Region I eM Q 0
knock which gained him IfJ "'OHIIO" Mea.s.. 0ulNfllr
LB ...
About admittance. The job-hungry 5 LB$699 75 ".. 'G.TI' MIB .10CA

Monitor I young Brownlee followed suit, BAG I., wi tn, pteiscd to xcfpt'
Advertising Call: imitating the peculiar knockhe U.S.DJL rooo STAMP
had overheard. It got him COUPONSCENTER
for all the news inside the office and, better
John Miller yet. got him a job in ROCK CUT
Washington. After that things ,
call 473-221 broke fast and he was soon U.S.DA. GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZEN .CHUCK O Harm\\
964-6305 offered a job as a boatman CORNISHGAME ': ; GHUGK HI HIM I
with the Corps of Engineers in 1
AUTO SERVICE Jacksonville, a position whichhe STEAK

Within readily a year accepted.he transferredto HENS;! ROAST

KEYSTONE Rubber Stamps where the he New began Orleans working District as //t/I rrurr=,u-- ; ; ,

AUTO SERVICE chief electrician the asphalt C ".. ... .
revetment plant for a salaryof 1.5 LB 59 i: ; 9. i tiiCi118 8 C
Front End Alignment: 65 cents an hour, later am I 1
Speed Wheel Balancing Bradford becoming engineer in chargeof AVERAGEEvcryDaytowPrke LB ; j LB
the entire operation. This _

Air Conditioning Service Telegraph plant mats, were where fabricated huge asphalt for [ Every Day LowPrke EvcryDaytowPrkeFVNE EveryDayLowPrk EvcryDayLowPrkekf

Brake ServiceLubricationOil stabilizing the Mississippi TASTE
River's banks was one of the PORK
Change JOHNSON AUTO "hottest spots" on the river. SPARE.RIBS
The liquid asphalt was heatedto BUTTS
Tune Up TUME.UP a soaring 425 degrees, and .
General Rt'pairlng- Brownlee recalls one foreman I J
Goodyear Tires Engines Rebuilt who used the scorching hot At :
Minor Machine Shop Work layers as a broiler to cook foil- r __ _
Automatic Transmission- wrapped raw steaks brought
Air Conditioning from home.
1 Blk. E.Off 21 and 1 Blk. Tires Batteries As chief of the largest PUNCH I LYKES i BETTY CROCKER
N.OFf 100 Mon.-Fri. 7:30 Al\I-6 PM division in the New Orleans
KEYSTONE IIGTS.473-4052 Sat. 7:311-1: PMLAKEGENEVA District Brownlee has SNACK
4734117 supervised the operation and LAUNDRY ; ;
maintenance of all flood CHILI
REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP control and navigation work in DETERGENT 1 PAKS
the miles it
47,000 square
encompasses. During his WITH
Richard T. Lovorn Nell career he received numerous

Real! Estate Broker Beauty Style Shop citations his superior and commendationsfor work performance 84oz IrI'W 99 ; 150z iirn leri: 39ASST; \ /$

his outstanding rlrldffrf CANS
LAKE PROPERTIES "For lovelier safety records, and the many BOX ;
you" meritorious suggestions he 1
,. submitted for
Phone 47i-2211: improved work
BUSINESS-ACREAGE efficiency. I BonusBuy BonusBuy
INSURANCE Between During an earlier
retirement Col!. IDAHO
Keystone IIgts. 473-3254 I ceremony
473-4692 Keystone heights I'"r'e..lia Richard L. Hunt, New Orleans DELICIOUS BAKINGOLD
district engineer referred to
Terwillegar: : Melrose -
Edna Knepper 473-4111 Brownlee as his "strong right
:Martha urbin 473-3362 arm throughout the recent
Jim Fox 473-41111 L ane II's ; flood fight on the Mississippi.." 1 79
C.B.McAree 473-4050 1 He was active in fighting
Boutique ct. i floods in the New Orleans
S. McKAY REALTOR district in 1937 '45, '50 and '73. 1 DEL MONTE I 100% PURE FLORIDA
Brownlee has no definite DUTCH
Member 01 SocIety or Styles and Accessories plans as yet for his :
Residential Appraisers For The Complete h\ retirement but welcomes the SWEET & SOUR PINEAPPLEORANGE
Woman opportunity it will give him to :
ServingThisArea For Hwy. 21 Between spend more time with his twoyearold -

:\lrs.Melba 26 JIen Years!( 473-47-11) 415-2211',iJ I lives in North granddaughter Carolina.. who DRESSING8oz DRINKS i' )JUICE
Mrs.Dolores -
Gilmore '
473-3600 t tIrs. (4 Brownlee and his wife the ODANOEJUICf
:\ Joanne Gassett
475.1622Mr. :
former Rosa Lev!ton of
.Leslie Robinson 475-1033 CONTRACTORS Starke have two sons residingin
HOMES ACREAGE New Orleans and a 3/$1 1 3 1$1FROZEN
RENTALSOffice daughter living in Charlotte, JAR 6,1$1
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