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: February 6, 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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No. 2I! Thursday, February 6,1974 Copy


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Six new ordinances establishing future building

I > requirements in Bradford County were adopted

cite ,b ; Water System Monday by the County Commission at its regular

o monthly meeting.

Regulating building, electrical plumbing, and gas
installations, the six new laws were given tentative

Approved By approval on Jan. 7 by the board after being recommended I

M for passage by Zoning Director L. M. Gaines
and Zoning Board Chairman John Torode.

"We think it's about time the county does somethingabout J

CouncilThe this,"said Torode on Jan. 7. "We feel it will be a

Lawtey protection to home owners to follow proper building
practices. I
on-again off-again Mayor-Commissioner Gene The new codes will follow the guidelines and
Lawtey water system is on- Pearson who voted in favor of specifications as set forth in the Southern Standardsfor
0 0 o f again after a 3-2 vote of the the next step in the water
'I and and for the National
U city commission Monday system plan.Farmers building plumbing
night. Home Administration Electric Code for future electrical installations.The .

Commissioner Robert Scott (FHA) will now gas code ordinance relating to the installationand
made the motion that the check the signatures of the piping of gases, will be those as required by Gas
water system plan be con water system hook up form to
Code NFPA 54 and 58.
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tinued with a second by determine if enough persons
1 Commissioner Barbara have signed up to authorizethe Ordinance No. 5 provides a county's participation in a fire
,"', ,1r1 A g Jordan. Commissioners loan. standard for defining a mobile hazard survey of the unincorporated -
y Spurgeon "Spud" Massey and Minutes after the vote was home a modular home or atrave' areas of the
; % 1 Pete Smith voted against the final questions and argumentsSee trailer. This ordinancealso county. Green said that the
motion. amends Article III of the survey is to be conducted by
\. Deciding vote was cast by ( Page 4) Bradford County Zoning the Florida Forest Service
-I-. Resolution.The under the direction of Ranger
''.. sixth and final ordinance J. C. Prevatt. The costs of the
/ALAif4 Jt1:. adopted at the public survey will be paid from

.. Drugs Taken hearing Monday provides for federal funds.
the administration and enforcement -The Board authorized
of the Bradford Clerk Gib Brown to look into
County Zoning Law, and sets the matter of upgrading the .
.. .... forth the penalties for any duplicating equipment used in
In RobberyAt violations thereof. the Clerk's office for the
Zoning Director Gaines said recording of the county's
that the effective date for all permanent records. It was
of the ordinances would be the suggested by the Board that
-.- date they are filed and outright purchase of the

These five BUS business students are winners In the Andrews and Cindy Cissy.Standing(l-r): Jan Searle,Sandra Eckerd'sEckerd recorded with the Secretary of equipment may be more
State in Tallahassee.In favorable than a lease
Mannanci Janet
: McCrary.
District FBLA leadership conference. Seated (L) is Joy that is
other matters coming arrangement being
Drugs, in its second happened to Koch's Drug before the boardSheriff : used now.Jury.
BHS Business Students Observe National FBLA Week day of business in Starke, was Store just after it opened the Dolph Reddish
robbed Tuesday night at 8:40: morning of Oct. 20.Hearing. reported to the Com

Business students at FBLA Week February 1016. Starke. Me is joined above by ((1-r): Cathy Wood, historian; and the armed bandit got missioners that his depart
Bradford High School will join Starke Mayor Neil Tucker FBLA officers: seated ((1-r) Nancy Lee, secretary; Patti away with class B drugs, ment had approximately
Future Business Leaders of penned his name to a President Jan Searle, Mayor Morris, treasurer; RhodaSee second from hard drugs. Set $5,000 worth of radio equip-
I America from all over the proclamation declaring Feb. Tucker, and Vice-President The described ment; a base station, seven
nation in celebrating National ( Page 4)I ) suspect as a mobile units and two walkie-
10-16 FBLA Week in the City of Teresa Brewer. Standing are white male 5'11 and between
talkies toturn back over to the AtRandom
180-183 pounds made off with On Putting board. The Sheriff explainedthat
the drugs going west on Edwards had been

Results Of Land Use StudyTo possibly Plymouth.The road. a In a Dodge blue car or, Trailers through received Enforcement new a equipment by grant his from Assistance department the Law

robber, armed with a Administration. The Board
By drawing slips of paper
I Clerk Gilbert
.357 magnum rugger pistol, Inside CityA appointed from a box which containedthe
walked in the front door of the Brown as custodian of the
names of all registered:
Be Made Public store, walked to the back March 4 public hearing is surplus equipment until future a Bradford voters, the County
decision is made for its
TodayResults the and told
pulled gun set on petitions of six residentsto Commission Monday afternoon -
Pharmacist Larry White to locate mobile homes within use.Bradford selected l.ooo( ) names
him all of the class A County Fire
give the City of Starke. for a new jury list from which
of eight months of Group leaders for each area Robert II. leighton, Jr. of the is also invited to attend this drugs. White told him that The City Zoning Board's Chief request Harry to the Green Board made for the a venires are drawn so county
did not have class A
of the will be hand to Urban and Regional session. they second 90-day moratorium of and circuit court trials can
work land on mobile
on a use study of county and all had use of two of the units
Bradford County and its explain maps, topographic Development Center at the Results of the land use study Class drugs they to were the placement of mobile homes and another request was begin as scheduled Feb IB.
municipalities will be unveiled drawings, and aerial University of Florida under have been eagerly awaited by Starke B Police, according ends today (Thursday, Feb. 7)) made by !Marshall M. M. The county discarded its
to the public today photographs to concerned whose direction the land use city and county zoning board Report. with the city still without Jordan of Lawtey.Commissioner. previous jury list when a '
(Thursday) at 3:30: p.m. in property owners. All Bradford study was made, will presentthe officials because of guidelinesthat Then the robber ordered written guidelines. The city Dave ruling was made in favor of 'I*
displays at the Bradford Countians are urged to view report to the county and are expected to be set everybody to lay on the floor board has been trying to waiton Paulk's committee, appointedto the defendants in the Garment ,,.
County courthouse. these displays and participatein city officials of each forth in the study for the except for Larry Baker who the results results of of a land which use will study be review the bids on equipment Factory 14 trials last month ;
a question and answer municipality in the county at a regulations and placement of was told by the suspect to open revealed via land received Thursday, Jan. in which it was charged by
today use
period with the group leaders.At meeting in the County the case to the drugs and 31, recommended awards for defense counsel that "ran-
See 4)) and an explanation by
7:30: p.m. tonight, Dr. Commission room. The public ( Page empty them into an army bag. UF maps planning authorities. purchase on the following domness" was not used in 11
; Baker did as instructed and Impose items: A loader with back-hoe selecting jurors in Bradford I
waiaarir The board agreed not to -
the robber went out the back another extension of the attachment in the amount of County. It was charged that \
door,walked to the front of the for the $37,600 to DeWind Machinery blacks and women were
;ixl i- Schools Lose building to his car, then moratorium mobile homes within placementof the Company of Jacksonville; A discriminated against by not
May headed west on Edwards low-boy trailer in the amount being included on previous
Road, according to the report city.Zoning board members are of$8,789 to Ring Power Corp., jury lists personally selected
made by Officer Evert hopeful that information will of Jacksonville and a pickup by each county commissionfor
Phillips and InvestigatorDenton truck in the amount of $2,988 his own district
be revealed today that will
V ISALE DeVoe. enable them to make to Terwillegar Motors of Circuit Judge Theron A.

Equalization Funds This makes the third drug decisions on March 4. At the Starke. The awards made Yawn ruled at that time that a
the lowest bidder
robbery in Starke within the same time the board is goingto each were item, Paulk said. new jury list would have to be
.-. last three months. Last Dec. work on implementation of -Tax Assessor Gene Long drawn from the list of

RUMMAGE Local school officials will without losing the $283,000 Frank Williams, D-Starke, at 11 Mitchell's Drug Store was zoning regulations.The submitted his annual report registered the voters that would -,
zoning satisfy requirements of
Wednesday's hearing. robbed at gunpoint by a city's the Board. The
funds for
the schoolsnow by
appear at the Feb. 13 equalization review
randomness. Yawn has been
Saturday, Feb.99a.m.3pm of the same regulations, by everybody'sSee
legislative hearing in an at- receive because the "We're gonna reduce the suspect 4)) report reflected an amount of expected to hand down
tempt to promote legislationto school board levies mills 8, 9, millage. We're not going to set description. The same thing ( Page $60 in excess fees collected by guidelines for selecting a new
Corner of protect some $280.000 in and 10.School. here and soak the people for the Assessor's office for the
Walnut : state tax equalization funds if officials indicated at another halt million dollars," (See Page 10))
Community&MadisonBy Bank the county's property values Tuesday's board meeting that Supt. Temple said Tuesday. 1,50O Voters Must AppearTo year.The Board authorized the
rise in 1974.Schools an effort will be made throughthe lie said the school board is advertisement for a public SetWednesday
are currently local school advisory committed to reducing the hearing to be held on March 4 Hearing
Sponsored by eligible for tax equalization committees to acquaint millage in proportion to the Have Status ReinstatedSome for closing an unused street in
Hospital Auxiliary funds if county school millage parents with the problem. It Is rise in taxable value. Hayes Subdivision in Lincoln
indicates maximum local hoped that many parents can But, Temple said school 1,500 Bradford County books. Once removed, the City. The request for the
effort. For instance, this be informed and will show up officials must communicatethat registered voters about 15 names will be restored only to hearing was made by Attorney
FOR EMERGENCY current school year Bradford at the hearing next Wednesday problem to the people. percent of the total 6,924 the registration books when George Pierce, On LegislationThe 1
MEDICAL SERVICEDial school received some $285,000 to speak on behalf of The school board should not registration failed to return the voter, in person, makes representing the Container t
in state school equalization the school board. take that burden on itself. It is cards that were mailed out to known to the supervisor that Corp.Approval Bradford County
9646161 funds because the school The school board Tuesday, up to the state House and every registered voter last his status has not changed.All was given by the legislative delegation will holda
or board is currently levying the and Supt. Jim Temple accepted Senate to act to change the month. Board for the expenditure of public hearing on Wednesday
8003421516Toll() maximum 10 mills allowed Attorney Gene Shaw's current tax equalization law, names that have been $2,500 by the office of the Feb. 13, in the County
Free under Florida law. contention that the problem is said Attorney Shaw He urged Deadline for returning the temporarily removed arepubwhed Supervisor of Elections. Mrs. Commission room in the iww
But Bradford County a legislative one which shouldbe that school officials get as cards was Jan. 31. this issue of The Jeneva M. Flynn said that the courthouse.
Either number will insure immediate property values are expectedto put to Senators Bob many parents as possible to Supervisor of RegistrationNeva Telegraph/ and Mrs. Flynn money was needed to pay the Anyone wishing to requestor
response by qualified approximately double in Saunders, D-Gainesville; Jim appear at the legislative Flynn said that cards hopes that ai !toast 500 of the costs of additional clerical discuss any proposed"
medical technicians and a rescue 1974 under the state's full cash Williams, D-Ocala, and Rep. hearing. were mailed to every delinquents will see the list assistance, advertising of legislation for the Hr74 session.
vehicle" for transportation to a value assessment standardsto What the school board is registered voter this year in and come In to have their purged names from the is urged to attend. The
hospital for treatment. which Tax Assessor Gene facing is that, in the state of order to update the names restored. All those who registration rolls and the legislators havecmphasird,
Long must adhere. If property Lake ClosedThe Florida as a county's registration books with read the list and see the mailing of the Information that legislation will be considered '
c..sy.f values double, then millage assessed property values correct addresses and other names of friendu! are asked to cards to each of the registered for introduction only if
levied by the county com- Stevens Lake Area in rises, so does the requiredlocal information. Ordinarily cards notify them so thil they might voters of the county in the it has boon presented ill I t llu
QJIff (Community mission and school board Camp Blanding will be closedto effort which must be put are mailed only to those who get back on the registration purge of the voters just public hearing.. -
.&IOlt dunk must be halved, or else fishing this Saturday.The Into the school system. A few have voted In the two previous list in order to vote! in 1974 completed.Bradford. Legislator( scheduled to I
property taxes will rise. cause of this action is Florida counties Collier, for elections. elections. County conduct the hearing are i
instance Names of electors failing to Under the new Florida law, Volunteer Fire Senators Jim Williams. of ;'
That's where the school because the Reserve Naval have such high
"Aci' ..T..+..New s".d u.. system hits a It can't Mobile Construction Battalion property values they cannot return cards will have their there Is only one registration, Green requested a letter OCII'a. Hob Sauiulcru of 1
,.......Do-'t 20.000' t._kr_c- now roll back snag.millage from II will be having mortor qualify for any state aid to names temporarily with- which is good for all state, authorization from the Board Gainesville; anti )Ucw." ,Frank i
the current 10 say, five mills practice during that time. schools. drawn from the registration county,and city elections. which would allow (he Williams of SUirkc. '


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EYP Supper Mrs. Cleo Andrews, Teila Kay Norman Weds Larry Mercer Saturday Keys-Home Engagement Told PTA Paper Drive

Held SundayThe Louin H. Redding Starke Elementary PTA
marriage by her father, worea Joe Walker Dist. of will conduct a J paper! drive
Episcopal Young Repeat Vows Feb. 3 i t 1 I I gown featuring wedding F- Gainesville.Mr. Thursday and Friday, Feb. 7-
Peoples church group had a cake tiers of chantilly lace, Home is a 1969 graduateof 8.
progressive supper Sunday snug bodice V trimmed and Gainesvillw High School Parents and friends are
night from five to eight Mrs. Cleo T. Andrews and tiny waist,scattered with seed and is serving in the U. S. Air asked tobring their old papersto
o'clock. Louin II. Redding were unitedin k and irridescent pearls. The Force, stationed in San the school cafeteria bet
Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. marriage Sunday Feb. 3 at sleeves of see through lace Bernardino, Calif. ween 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. on
KennethGrider 3 p.m. at Mrs. Andrews' homeon All friends and relatives are
Mr. and !Mrs. ended in graceful points over Thursday or Friday.
Ed. Wainwright, Mr. and Mrs Edwards Road. her hands. It had a scooped Invited to attend the weddingand Proceeds from the paper
M. C. Brown Mr. and Mrs Rev. Denton Sumrall, scalloped neckline and. full b p the reception following in drive will be used in financingthe
Paul Canova and Dr. and Mrs.J. pastor of the Madison Street length attached chapel train the Church Fellowship Hall. PTA's projects.
H. Minesingcr. Baptist Church performed the ending in tiers of chantillylace.
Fifteen young people and nuptials in the presence of the .A crown of lace and satin 000000 00 000006000000 000000 90 0 00 05 BO 05TTT6
Rev. John Flynn enjoyed the immediate families. ribbon secured her elbow .k i4b
Mrs. Andrews chose for her
affair. length veil of silk illusion. She
floor um JW0(3mm(
wedding a length light carried a cascade of white
blue gown and carried a single
carnations and red miniature
Ladies To DisplayArts long stem pink rose. carnations with white satin
A reception was also held at streamers.A 01:3: ( llJG)
And Crafts the Andrews' home immediately V"3'0' held
reception was in the

ceremony. The following bride's table the \ ..\ church Fellowship Hall wherea /Is Here
red and white color theme
The Woman's Club of Starke
covered with
was an imported .
will hold its February luncheon white embroidered linen cloth J.o. ., '. ','::1. was carried out. At one end of Mrs. Frankie J. Keys of and the Most Unique Strawberry Patch
: .. ,. ... the hall were two standing
meeting Wednesday, and centered with o the
was an '. r f't t Hampton announces
baskets of white and red
Feb. 13, at 'it : \
12:15: : o'clock at the arrangement of pink car engagement and approaching
club house. nations white pompoms and ,,! nations.gladioli, pompoms and car marriage of her daughter, You'll Find is at the
blue babies breath. Mrs. Faye Donna Jean, to James N.
Arts and crafts of memberswill Welch cut the two tiered ; :' \ Mrs.Dolph Reddish greetedthe Horne III, son of !Mrs. WilleneD.
be on display.The wedding cake. Mrs. Townsend r' guests at the door. Stan Horne of Gainesville and
Strickland presided at the ,{, : ding in the receiving line were James N. Horne of Bell. needlePillows
the bride and their magic
punch bowl.Following ..
Arts Department will\ """"' --,--" parents and bridal attendants.Miss i
serve as hostesses with !Mrs.A. several days -, .< r '. ...,,' _.j, ; ..' Terrie Kite kept the Miss Keys is also the
wedding trip to Disney World "
of the late Donald L.
J. chairman '" ', 'i bride's book. daughter
Barry ; Mrs 1' .
R. A. Green, Sr., co- the Andrews couple home.Homemakers will. reside at the -.. .. '. .>tI'i The bride's table was Keys of Hampton.The Chair Seats, Belts, Coasters,
chairman Mrs. M. A. .. covered with a white floor
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Baldwin, !Mrs. John Griffin, ,..I. "'.,\' :... ., ........ .tf.A\: ,II")' length satin and lace cloth wedding is planned for
April 6
Mrs. E A. Hall, !Mrs. O. L. I' i"" #... .... ."" i. .....'. ': '.., over a ruffled satin skirt and Methodist at 8 p.m. at the First Rugs & More
Haynes, Jr., !Mrs. E. W. ', 11/ : centered with a four and half in
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Hodges, IIrs.I.! R Judd To Meet Feb. 1 14 ,".... .... ..." o ... .... .J.'' foot wedding cake with Gainesville.Miss .
,III 1. ,"i'....:, : Keys is a 1970 graduateof 1517 1 Bessent Road
Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Miss The Starke HomemakersClub 'Jr. '!.. ,' flowing red fountain topped Bradford
Della Rosenberg, !Mrs. George will meet .\ :K -. llt -J\I': ; with a red satin and beaded High School, a
Jr.. Mrs. T. H. Thursday Feb. : A"'iof.' .t:. ,... bells. This 1972 graduate of Santa Fe 964-6300 964-5149)
Roberts Slade wedding was encircled
and Mrs. H. L. Speer. Agriculture 14, at 10 Center.a.m. in the ... :.t., ....,_y.i _/'-. ..'J..,;. with white lace and College and is employed by t HBB8IIBBBgllByQ 08 08

lillies of the valley. Flankingthe
cake were two can
Miss Teila Kay Norman, delabras with white tapers
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and red satin bows. Mrs. W. F. It's Our 6..Jrtl
Leroy Norman Jr. of Camp Andrews of Brooker and Mrs.
Blanding, and Larry Donn Marklee Norman of Hampton,
Valentine Special Mercer of Starke, son of Mr. aunts of the bride cut the flirt lydayand Look
and Mrs. B. J. Barker of Indianapolis cake.
Ind., were unitedin The two punch tables were
marriage Saturday, Feb. 2 covered with white satin At Our hit
4, at 7:30: p.m. in the First cloths and centered with
Baptist Church Starke. crystal bowls encircled with
& Rev. Ben Bryant performedthe fern and white pompoms. -
nuptials. Pouring punch were Miss
Highlighting the altar were Donna Prevatt and Miss Pam rfokuldllu',
two standing baskets of white Macy. Assisting in servingwere (
gladioli and pompoms and red Mrs. J. T. Prevatt, Mrs.
carnations. Across the Gerald Griffis, Mrs. John C. sft2r
Shot background were arch and Greene, Mrs. Bob Gentilmanand
Straijh1 tree candelabras decorated Mrs. Greg Alvarez.
with greenery and two Following a wedding trip to ""' i''f*:; -HoW / ,,;1H"At .>
standing, fern trees. Two Disney World the couple are Miwif LJ M.tI
seven branch candelabraswith residing at 316 N. St. Clair
JTJ0 Your lighted tapers and Street. Our New Store In Bradford SquareFAMOUS
woman A .J reart decorated with greenery. The The bride and groom are
family pews were marked both graduates of Bradford NAME BRAND
with satin bows and greenery. High School. The bride is
Miss Charlotte Whitehead, employed at the Tax Men's Short SleeveSHIRTS a
organist and Mrs. Vernon Collector's Office at the
Reddish and William George Bradford County Court House
EM: presented a program of and the groom is employedwith
nuptial music. E. I. DeNemours -
I ;I'j
Bill Adams served as best DuPont and Company.Defensive jgj

man and Dale Norman, ,
Q brother of the bride, Bill \
Brown and Gregory Nichols Driving \ IN SOLIDS.

were ushers. Instruction SetA ;' i'': STRIPES
& Miss Valerie Pabst attended
as maid of honor. She wore a
light pink and white checked defensive driving AND PATTERNS t
j knit gown with small red education class, sponsored by ,
flocked flowers, featuring an the Retired Teachers of
empire waist,accented with a Bradford and Union Countieswill
$18800f red velvet ribbon scooped be held at the BHS

I ___ necklines, short butterfly building A, classroom 3A. E
,I sleeves, with a wide gatheredand The class begins Thursday
I FULL 36" ruffled hem. She wore a Feb. 7, at 4 p.m. Everyone is 1/3 off
II IIl light pink wide brim hat accented invited to attend and the costis
--j EXTRA LARGE with red velvet ribbon limited to materials used.
OVEN streamers and carried two
I long stem red carnations with
1 I REMOVABLE OVEN fern and long, red ribbon Come in and
I _. -z:! DOOR streamers.The I :: CaTr8d.4 shop our New Modern Store

\ 'Jq LIFT UP COOK TOP bridal attendants were
!Miss Joy Andrews, Mrs. Bill with Everything in Clothes the
NO DRIP RECESSED COOK Wise and Mrs Harvey Smith. for Entire

TOP Their gowns, hats and flowers
were identical to the honor Family
Mr. and !Mrs. Virgel Heikenof
G-J: ? attendant.Donna Kay Barker, sister of Lawtey announce the birthof .. . . .

( the groom was flower girl and a son Virgel Fredrick
wore a similar to the Heiken III on Jan. 26 in the
gown Iii SRVE 54.DD
11 : :F bridal attendants.The Clay Memorial Hospital
Ca bride given in Green Cove Springs. ONE RACK

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332 'V. Madision St. 964-7701 ((1)) Gen. 9:3-5: Emphasis is put on "the blood thereof ye shall .
not eat." But this passage does not even refer to eating human _
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since the circulation of blood was unknown until
discovered by William Harvey in 1615.
ALSO SEE THE 36" ((2)) Lev. 17:11: 14: Those who use this as a "proof text" for
forbidding blood transfusions again misapply a passage of
scripture and choose to ignore its setting. It is true that God REMOVAL
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Range be about eaten.human Again Mood this I passage SAYS NOTHING whatsoever mrnw urn (pfmf(3E( L LcJv ?

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Norman-Mercer Charles Fields of R. L. Epperson, Sr. and
Jacksonville visited his grandson, Danny McKinney,
Rehearsal Supperl' mother, Mrs. J. H. Fields of St. Petersburg were Fall in with the Minutemen It's a good outfit to be
Sunday afternoon. weekend guests of Mrs. with, especially now The new models are still com
Was Friday EventThe George Anderson and Mr. and manding high prices at a lot of dealers But not here,
Mr and Mrs. George Mrs.W. J. Epperson.Mr. The Minutemen want you to fall into the car buying
Huggins were habit. They want to make a repeat customer and the
First Baptist Church!\ 7cw several days last camping week at and Mrs. Richard only way to do that is to make you a good offer the
Fellowship Hall was the i first time around
Y Anastasia State Park. Hobbs of Jacksonville spent
setting for a buffet dinner last Sunday with their parents, It's a chilly season for buying a new car but you'llget
a warm reception at the home of the Minutemen!
Friday night honoring Miss Mr,
and Mrs. Sherrod Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs and
Teila Norman and Larry Hamilton were in Brunswick, Mr.and Mrs. W.C. Dixon.The
Mercer following the couple'swedding Ga. on business last Friday Richard Hobbs moved to I\
Tallahassee on Monday. '
buffet table was cen- 9. !Mr and !Mrs. R. O. Dansby
tered with an arrangement of visited !Mr. and Mrs J. B, Mrs. J. E. Wilson was in
white daisies, yellow ruffled Dansby in Perry last Thur Orlando last week visiting Mr.
Tanner-Crawford mums and fern. The dining sday and Mrs. George K Bennett.
tables were covered with II
white lace cloths and centered
Flowers for Valentine,
EngagementMr. with arrangements of early Julia's Florist. 9647711. Flowers for your Valentine.Julia's ,
spring flowers. Florist. 064-7711.

and Mrs. Carl Tanner of The dinner was given by the
Providence announce the couple's family and friends. !Mr and Mrs. Herbert Girl Scout Cadet Troop 520
engagement and approaching Assisting in serving were Mrs.J. Thomas spent the weekend attended the Bobby Fugerer
marriage of their daughter, T. Prevatt, Mrs. Lundy with Mrs. Kethleen Goethe in puppet show in Gainesville
Mary Ann, to Stanley Prater, Mrs. Christine East Palatka. Monday afternoon. The 12 f
Crawford, son of Rev. Gerald Gentilman and Mrs. Dolph, girls attending were accompanied -
Crawford and the late Lois Reddish. Mrs, Myrtle Anderson spent by their leaders,
Crawford of Theressa. Approximately 30 attendedthe t Saturday to Tuesday with Mr. Mrs. R.S. Mullins and Mrs. A.
The wedding will be an affair. and Mrs. John Anderson in J. Eaves.

event of June 14 at 8 p,m. in Out-of-town guests were Mr. Brown-Fuller Engagement AnnouncedMr. Callahan.
the Old Providence Baptist and Mrs. B. J. Barker and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, Sr
Donna Kay Barker, parentsand Dr and Mrs. Frank Mann of visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Church in Providence a and Mrs. Robert Allen from BHS and Santa Fe
of the from Grand Rapids, Mich, were Allison in
in the sister groom Jacksonville
reception Brown of Crystal Lake, Community College and is the last and
Fellowship Hall of the church.All Indianapolis, Ind. Thursday Friday Monday. at
Keystone Heights, announce current Bradford County guests of Dr and Mrs. H. G.
friends and relatives are the engagement and approaching Strawberry Queen.Mr. Bollinger.
Mr. and
Invited to attend. Mrs. Robert Smithof
marriage of their Fuller graduated from
Mrs. II H. Adams was in St. daughter, Mary Katherine, to Lee High School, served in the Flowers for your Valentine, the Asheville first of, N. C.were guests I
Luke's Hospital Thursday to Thomas Cleveland Fuller, son U. S. Navy and attended the Julia's Florist. 964-7711. the week of Mrs
Flowers for your Valentine.Julia's Sunday where she underwent of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland University of Alabama wherehe Lake.David Cottle at Kingsley BALDWINCHEVROLET

Florist. 9647711. minor surgery. Fuller of Huntsville, Ala. was a member of Sigma Mrs. Wilbur Barry and

The wedding will take place Chi fraternity. children of Palatka spent Flowers for your Valentine,
April 12 in the First with her
Saturday parents, Julia's Florist. 964-7711.
'' DAY CARE Starke.Presbyterian Church in Edward Norman Mr and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs.

The bride-elect and Mrs. Mike Goldwireand
graduated Celebrates73rd
CENTER Mr and Mrs. M. A. Baldwinare
daughter of West Palm
returning today after a
FROM ARM BABIES StewartCurtisEngagement BirthdayEdward week in Las Vegas, Nev. Beach visited his parents, Mr
-k and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwirelast

eS TO SCHOOL AGE 111i Told Norman celebratedhis Flowers for your Valentine, week.

CONSTANT CARE- BALANCED SNACKS: i i ii 73rd birthday Sunday at a Julia's Florist. 9647711.
Mrs. F. W. Strickland and
i i ii Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stewartof dinner party at his home on S
NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M.TO 4:30: P.M. i i ii Starke announce the approaching Alton Road given by his wife, daughter, Gloria, and Mrs OLDS.
Debbie Spengler, Anne Donald Thornton and
i i ii of their !Mrs. Norman and their
REASONABLE RATES i i ii daughter, marriage Judy Lucille, to children, Mr. and Mrs. Haynes and Cindy Mitchell of daughter,Donna, attended the
North Florida Junior Collegewere Brothers Circus
i i ii Ringling
Michael Dale of Herbert Norman, Mr. and
i i ii home for the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Curtis of Mrs. Gordon Jones and Mr. Sunday
i i ii LTC and V. J.
THEIR PROBLEMS Starke. and !Mrs. Thurman Jones. Mrs. Spenglerand We Make
i i ii Mrs. Emma Badman took David G. Scott Jr. of
The included their
The will take 25 guests
i i ii ii ii ii wedding place
back Madison
the to
Greater Bethlehem FreeWill ,.t.r i Feb 9 at 7:30 p.m, in the families and friends. Sunday girls night Atlanta night guest was of Monday his brotherinlaw over-
Bethel Church with
I :. Baptist a and sister, Dr. and !Mrs.
Baptist Church
I I 964-5136 .t .11 i i church reception recreation following hall.in the Mr.and Mrs. W. M. Meng of O L. Haynes, Jr. Things Happen !

I 1101 CHESTNUT ST. AT ASH ST. OR All friends and relatives are Mrs. James A. Ryder of St. Petersburg Beach spent
I FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 9648866T'221IoooooooooooooooocH invited to attend Miami spent the first of the the weekend with their Flowers for your Valentine,
Mr. and !Mrs. Paul
I Wilson.
week with Mrs. J. E. Julia's Florist. 9617711.
Meng and Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
William Hood, Jr. of
Wilmington, Del. spent the
weekend with his parents, !Mr
and !Mrs. W, W. Hood. New Cars-

2icA : '.
Mrs. Edith Christiansen and
Paula Jenks spent the
weekend with Mrs. L. W.
Strickland in Wildwood.

Mrs. Charles Fink and
children of Green Cove -New Trucks-

Springs visited her mother,
Mrs. Ella Moody, on Monday

: .
vergfRine Flowers for your Valentine,
Julia's Florist. 9647711.

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes
were in Ocala Sunday visitingMr. Clean --
and Mrs. L. A. Weekly.

\ Ed Jackson of Gainesville,
48 formerly of Starke, was
: : JJeaufiful. Sigma elected president Pi Professional of Delta OK Used Cars

Business Fraternity, at the
University of Florida.

Mrs. F. W. Strickland and e
Mrs. Charles Rowell and
daughter Elizabeth, visited
Mrs. Arlene Rowell in

When You Save for the Futureat Jacksonville resident Rowell,, in a convalescing former Monday.Starke froma Mrs. If We Don't Have

broken knee cap.

FEDERALThe M. H. Sheppard of Brun- What You Want
GUARANTY swick, Ga. spent last week ,
with his mother, Mrs. Kate

good things in life don't just happen... you have to by an agency of the Federal Government. Guaranty Thursday Sheppard by Mrs. M.to They H.Sunday.were Joined We'll Make Every

plan for them. And many of the good things depend on Federal pays the highest interest allowed by law on

to make them happen! That's passbook accounts.. and for the dedicated savers, Flowers for your Valentine
having enough money
where Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan can help. Guaranty Federal offers high interest savings Julia's Florist. 9647711. Effort To Find It

certificates to make your money grow even faster!
Mr. and Mrs. A. G Loudon
By saving a little each week at Guaranty Federal, you'rebuilding All interest is compounded daily! and son, Sonny, spent

for those future plans. You'll have money for Saturday to Monday with their

your children's education..for retirement...for that The good things In life don't just happen... start planning and son-in-law Mrs. Jack and Carter daughter and!Mr.son For You

special vacation home you've always wanted. for them today by saving regularly at Guaranty Federal.! .. in Douglasville, Ga.

At Guaranty Federal, your money Is safe... protected now in five convenient locations to serve you. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddishand O

spending son, Chris this of week Pensacolaare with WE NEED USED CARS BAD

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. .
D. Reddish.Mr. .

SAVINGS INFORMATIONType .and!Mrs W. H. Nollman

of Account Min. Investment Min.Term 'Annual Rate Annual Yield and spent Mrs.the weekend C. H. Dawkins with Mr.in IF YOU HAVE A NICE CLEAN CAR

Passbook Savings None -None 5.25% 539% Jacksonville.Mr. .
New Certificate $1,000.00 90 days 5.75% 5.92% and Mrs Gerald ,

New Certificate $1,00000 1 Year 6.50% 6.72%' "' ''.' Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Tullie
\ Norman and Mrs. Eldon Sapp And About
Thinking New
New Certificate $1,00000 2\-\W Yean 6.75% 6.98% visited Mrs Vesta Myrick in a ,

New Certificate $1,000.00 Years 7.50% 7.79% I .. Riverside Hospital Sunday.See .
It Will Benefit You and Us Both To
When earnings are allowed to compound daily :
( Page 4) Check With.. BALDWIN For A
A substantial interest penalty Is required for early withdrawal

on certificate plans. l.5.rGuaranty BETTER BUY.It .

Federal Gainesville: 220 N.Main --- COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Ave. Published every Thursdayat
3501 W.University 138 W.Call Street Only Takes A Minute To Get A Better Deal
3300 S.W.Archer RoadSavings Starke Florida 32091

and Loan Assoc. Keystone Heights: Lawrence Blvd.and Sylvan Way
Second Class postage paidat
Starke:395 W. Madison Stake: ,FloridaSubscription

The Friendly Saving Center/ Rates:

In trade area: 18.00 per e.STARIE.../
year; $3.50 six months
Outside trade area: $7.00
per year t $4.00 fix months "J.._ a..,.,y..

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. Lmvtey: Water. Business Students -- ----------- Land Use... Man Arrested Civinettes To Sponsor

(From Page I) the loan. If the tax money is (From page )
not needed for loan payment it (From Page 1) and inspiring patriotism" 1)W In Car TheftsIn
its members BiheAThan
could be used for improvements among mobile homes that have 20 Mile
began to fly as angry citizens Jones, historian;. Alice At- Some 20 of BUS'S 37 FBLA -
the asked in the Lawteyarea become a growing problem In
their names could be removed that residents would like wood, reporter, and Bruce members competed Saturday both rural and urban areas. Bradford County Jail Bradford High School retarded by asking friends,
Feb. 2 in the District III( businessmen
from the list. to see, Shaw said. For Trimm, parliamentarian Conference in The City of Starke, for instance under $8,000 bond Is George Civinette Club in conjunctionwith neighbors, or to
the Concerned Leadership declared Allen Austin, 42, charged with Club sponsor the rider by pledging
"My water bill will be $20 or example a the Starke Ciyitan
Lake and five
more if this thing goes Citizens of Lawtey have "It is vital that in our City came away moratorium several months stealing two vehicles from will sponsor a 20 mile bike-a- a certain amount per mile
winners three of the five witha
mentioned control and complex society we train and the issuance of Starke during the week. 17,
through, said one of the dog chance to vie for honors on ago on any past lhon Sunday, February
unhappy citizens. building sidewalks so children continue to train young peoplein more mobile home permits beginning at 1:30: p.m.
the state level. Austin
"1 was told when I signed up could get to school without the area of business until the land use study was was arrested The purpose of this bike-a- Blood Test
Janet selected Feb.
McCrary was Monday 4 Starke
education to fill the increased by ;
in the roads. Some of Other matters for the
that my bill would be from $7 walking completed. thon is to raise money I
first winner in Junior Police while he in the
t&$12 and now with the utilitytax these improvements would be demand in this\ area, states included in the study will be was mentally retarded. ;
stenography. of truck in Bobby Anderson, DVM
process stealing a Dr.
my bill will be twice that, possible with use of the utilitytax Tucker in proclamation. Sandra Mann won first drainage problems, and flood back of Durrance Plumbingon According to Marian will be at the Bradford County ;i

he said. money, Shaw said. "These young people, place in data processing.Jan plain zoning.In North Temple Avenue. Dowling, the group will !Fair grounds in Starke this II
"We wouldn't have this members of Future Business addition to the county assemble at the Florida Bank ,
Searle won first place in Alerted by the plumbing firm, Saturday to take blood i
utility tax if it wasn't for the The utility tax Is one of the Leaders of America, are public speaking.Joy land use survey, separate Investigating Officer Denton parking lot at 1:30: p.m., take samples of horses brought to
water system," said another fairest taxes levied, Shaw secondary and post secondary Andrews was third in studies have been made of DeVoe and Police Chief route SR-230 to the one-stop him for Swamp Fever.

resident. said. This would take some of students who are preparingfor Miss FBLA competition, Starke, Hampton, Lawtey, Jimmy Bowen spotted Austinin mart near Camp Blanding, He will be here Saturday
City Attorney Gene Shaw the burden of the property careers in business and highest honor an FBLA and Brooker. the woods behind the and return on Highway 16 to morning from 8 to 11. This
explained that the utility tax owners because anyone who business education. This intense student can attain. Cindy The study was conducted by plumbing company and made Walnut Street and back to the. sickness can not be prevented
was needed as collateral for lives in the area would be interest in our business Gissy won third place as a the Urban and Regional the arrest. Florida Bank parking lot. and it can also kill horses and

required to pay a fair share of world shown by these young junior clerk typist."It Development Center headedby Austin is also under $751 Miss Dowling stated that spread to others, according to
the city expenses.. people is an assurance that was an excellent Dr. Carl Feiss of the bond in Jacksonville where he each rider would "earn"money Teresa Boyce.FLEX. .
the business world will con showing," says Miss Sondra University of Florida. was released from jail for the mentally

The argument continued tinue to grow and improve. Morris, FBLA advisor and Saturday after being charged
with residents on hand "FBLA has provided the BUS business skills in- with stealing a 1972 Ford

discussing the legal aspects of valuable service of developing structor. First and second Our concept of marriage is Torina which was at Ter-

thecontract which they signed leadership, encouraging place winners will compete) at so unrealistic. Too many willegar Motors in Starke for

asking for water hook ups. cooperation, promoting good the FBLA State Leadership people spend all the time repairs..
By citizenship, teaching up-to- Conference in Jacksonville getting ready for the weddingand Austin is a parolee from
date business information, March 28-31. Bradford High none for the marriage.Lewis Florida State Prison, the Ali
Charlotte Lunsford Scott pointed out that the plans to also enter a McNurlen quoted by Gordon Police Department states.OOOOOOOQOOeoOOOOOOQQQOOQOOOOCX. WINDOW AiRS' 39C GLASS
city would still have an opportunity parliamentary team and a Gdmmock In Des nAolnes Tribune

HAVE YOU HESITATED? to turndown the chapter exhibit in the state
I water system if the con jPIRSOHALSl conference. Last year BUS 320 GLASSONETfYR0GLASS

struction bids were returnedand first in the state for
won place
Have you been hesitant about the commission thought its exhibit.To Del UtC.JoneSFuneral

j purchasing carpet because you that the price was too high. (F'ro"" i q,4> 3)) show the importance of

have beautiful hardwood floors? business and the role of youthin Illlllnlll@HIhIIUI11119hSRD7110AM1

Don't be. Properly installed Another consideration is the Mr.and Mrs. Guy Sale were business the 37 members of) Home I lKalrv 1
carpet will not mar the finish of fact that FHA has determined in Tampa over the weekend the BUS FBLA Chapter planto gt Mwp Ayt'I r f'Lr> 720,, SCREEN-GLASS

your floors, and you can always that 200 hook ups are needed visiting Mr. and Mrs. Keith begin National FBLA Week STARKE PHONE 964-62OO ,t7.TIIrC

make the switch back to hard to approve the loan. Gillingham and family. with a breakfast and fund RENTAL f-iuf"" ,. vV FLEX-O-PANE

wood if you tire of carpets.But raising activities for the HOSPITAL &EDS, WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS _.." ? ...'. ;14.. .<.:
we seriously doubt that If the six spokesmen for the Mrs. W. B. Mundy spent the March of Dimes. a CRUTCHES ..
FBLA is designed to help .... HANDlb'ON IHI IDOl MIANS '4rr>' CriOM OV4HANMIB
you will want to switch after citizenry are any example of weekend with her daughter,
trying carpet in your home. town feelings, that number of Miss Jean Mundy, in students learn basic business KEYSTONE HEIGHTS STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES

Carpet is so luxurious, and plush residents willing to agree to a Tallahassee.Mrs. skills\ plus develop character PHONE 4733176soooooooooQQOoooooQOOoooocJooaoexJ
hook be hard to find. through leadership and
that it makes you feel like a up citizenship activities. 215 E. WASHINGTON 9645270E4GLE
A. E. McKinney and
millionaire, even if you aren't. Therefore, the on-again off- Mrs. L. O. Hazen of Starke

And, even more important is the again water -ystem could be and Ivan Hazen of Mobile,
fact that carpets are so easily off if the loan is not approvedor Ala. were in Jacksonville

cleaned. Just vacuum weekly if construction costs rise Sunday visiting friends.
and clean with a foam cleaner higher than the city is able to fA/llnll

about every six months. pay. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher, IM'IrIYF
Why don't you make the As one citizen of Lawtey Jr. returned Monday from a

change to carpet today? Comein expressed, "I'm all for the ten day visit with Mr. and FAMILY DISCOUNT STOKIS
water system because my Mrs. J. R. Christie in Cape DVS;
and look
over our vast insurance will be lower and I Coral Theresa
Mrs. Smith
selection of colorful carpets. like the idea of having fire BO
and family in Tampa and Mr.

eharlvllekeal'tel protection but the monthly close to rate my seems house and Ocala.Mrs. Bob Howard in c oi,0} Hp Of1KFp0. OLLAR DAYS

too high." WITH EA y1LM pgINTtNGpgVE

The water system would Local admittances to Gco poN e/s 0 si9,
of but
carry a monthly rate $6 Bradford County Hospital this
the is about
t uprising brought week include: Mrs. Macil as _

3003 N E 19TH DRIVE by which the addition Lawtey of a utility residents tax McLeod, Kostan Budy, Mrs. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY SAVE 12% TO 50% OFF OUR DISCOUNT PRICESI!

GAINESVILLE UORIOA326O' Annie Hardenbrook, !Mrs.
L currently do not have to pay.
MONE.9041373 9848 Jessie Fowler, !Mrs Lois
Clarke, Johnny Stewart and -"..' .
William Dixon Jr. Starke; i
!Mrs. Addie Griffis, Maxville; c r

!Mrs. Lucile Cauley and Carlos ,A ore SAVE n7. :> -
GAINESVillE Rodriguez, Lawtey; Mrs ,: ,se SAVE 1.44 SAVE If X eudeN ....
Keystone -

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Tolor.dby', 'famous 100% stretch nylon
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AUTO SALES o variety of' solids, & Beautiful color 1& I from leaking, antitrust I of' ,
5 blades.
for metal and Package Cough imxture ounces bottle
Jim Hollingsworth MediaP. patterns.SUM 2842. designs. ports
I (Hush out action 12 01.1
R. Director, Abilene Texas
representing Zachry Naill SAVE 11%
TRANSPORTATION and Associates, Inc., participated SAVE 33% MEN'S T-SHIRTS
in the 31st annual 11 MEN'S OR BRIEFS vwO Twwo-woroo, Rif SAVE uiPLASTIC
convention of the National SHORTSLEEVE
CARS Religious Broadcasters, held '': SHIRTS EAGtl PREMIUM1MOTOltOlt
Jan. 27.30 at the WashingtonHilton a I YE *B% BIRD FEEDER

Hollingsworth spoke on y Your choice. .
church services on TV. He Beautiful soltchon Permanent I 9".9' "Mahogany
also attended PresidentNixon's of col l* press T-shirt [ p'i a s 11 e 'leader 10.hongng .
arclzant Auto Sales ors and p.,,,.. or briofs. All 5 Its wild bird seed. A mixture
National Prayer .5. S.M.L.XL.SAVE six.'. of grains and sunflower teeds. or. mounting
o on a post.SAVE
GAINESVILLE breakfast. t tlrrl -
Hollingsworth is an officerin I -
1636 S E. 3RD AVE. the Southwest chapter of --

WRB. He coordinates the 34* SAVE 4 ? 1 I
MAR HANT WILL distribution and public MEN'S BOYS FLARE I y ; ? SAVE If'15 ISLAND SUN

Truth radio and television 1 f -
.\ 8.\I.E8 SERVICE BRASINGTONBlount programs seen on 150 TV .
stations and heard WAS ..s
on over 500
Pontiac CADILLAC-OLDS\I08ILE: radio stations around the Polyester' and [ Fine tailoring.Froshrunk h :.JrlM Ii IIiIiI:
cotton tailoredquality 1 DOS
G IS., Inc. Fine selection S.\LES&SERVICE of Used Cars world. He is also a Church of T-shlrtl. cotton.Flarel.q. f TIkSP"+ SAVE 3 / Foaming action Comentserushrdpme
Christ minister. SML.XL. Sue 6-16. PLASTIC HOUSE WARES h ammonia apple in heavy syrup.
eco Taken On Cadillac Trades I ,
t yr Hollingsworth graduated t Just wipe 15 ox 20 ounces,
2001 N.W.13th
trom BHS in 1959. He was I I 1DD
news director and assistant ; .
CAMPER SALES manager at WPXE in Starke.He '= ......;:;.'" A. OVAL LAUNDRY BASKET e/ekor I SAVE 3SX
','adory Authorized SAVE If/ SAVE 362 B 2 PC. DISH DRAIN SET CANNON CUTUPS,
was graduated from SAVE ItX
Salt's.Parts.Ser\ Montgomery, Ala. in 1967 and .:= BOYS' T-SHIRTS BOYS' BRIEFS 22 QT WASTE BASKET ''i OR ASH CLOTHS h BOWL
210Ialn: : -alnt'S\'lIIe.Fla. -l
Abilene Christian College, us
: : Gainesville! F172.2H:1 F--; Abilene, Texas, B.S. in 1972. )--Hf I it SAVEai"SYLVANIA/

His mother, Mrs. Mildred /I I cotton.Con u -;'} h a I )/ r (, YOUR CHOICE \ >
OFFICE SUPPLIES CAMPER MART, INC. Rooksberry, lives on Rt. 2, resting ,trim, on ,,1 W51 1000 knit cotton t {.''A* Pkg. ol 2 d.sh.. v 10' salad howl.
Starke. He is married to the collar staaves, 01 Absotbent. full cut, .M.: towels. 5 wash. with.olorlulS I
3111 N.Ialn: Gainesville former Theresa Thomas, -M-L-XL. S-M-L \ la/ioc '-_*elmhs.Seutwps, fruits design,

BOOKKEEPING 378-295-1 whose parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. .

SUPPLIES TBayServiceDept. R. Thomas live at 407 !
Complete Ca mplng Store Center St., Starke. The t. SAVE 1.% t7JT
NOW AT Sales! : Hollingsworths have two WOMEN'S IJ' .. SAVE tfZ "'r- ,

Concord. Volunteer, Sm children. Jay, 10, and Mark 2 l LONG SLEEVE 'rWOMEN'S \ 3 CELLFLASHLIGHT z u
BRADFORD COUNTY Key, Midas Adventure 12. -, + BLOUSES LOVABLE BRAS .'w.' I 4

TELEGRAPH Wheels.Norrll.l\Ionltor! Hollingsworth flew to .? ?tyw..N" k J 'r Nq SAVE 14/ SAVE 3JX
Fan, Explorer Sports Coach Starke for a weekend visit o y f ? ..iff-EiiI -1 f.1? <|OO 5 BOTTLE PLASTIC SPICE RACK ICE CUBE TRAYS

964.6305 following his speech in V' F o I y e1111 and f Fiberfillshapidnylon r s ws
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Would YOL! j!

like a jo with I

Offshore 1 1j j Ii

V16s/tems? I,I

Offshore Power Systems of Jacksonville, the exciting new enterprise i FOR EARLY CONSIDERATION, FILL IN AND RETURN

formed by Westinghouse and Tenneco to produce the world's THE APPROPRIATE BLANK BELOW. "'_
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first floating nuclear power plants, will begin hiring thousands of I ?
craft and skilled personnel in early 1975. I

I ((1)) Name . . . . . .Phone. . . . .
This job the first for both OPS and it's I Area Code Calling NumberI
survey represents step pro- I ((2)) Address. . . . . . . . ... .. .. . .., .
spective employees in Jacksonville and surrounding areas. We Street City State. Zip Code
need to know that skilled people are available and willing to work ((3)) Age*. . . . I II

for us when the time comes. We also need to know who is not ((4)) After examining the list of positions indicate the PRIMARY position you I

skilled but interested in vocational training to prepare them for a I feel qualified to perform.. . . . . . . . . .
career with OPS. I ((5)) Do you have any special certification, license etc. in this field?

The list of jobs below is representative of the positions that will be I I If yes, describe (indicate date attained).. . . . . . . I II
available with Offshore Power Look it and if
Systems. over, you are . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
skilled in any of the jobs listed, complete the "Experienced" form.If I ((6)) How many years of experience in this field do you have?. . . . I
not skilled but willing to go to school for training, complete the"Nonexperienced" No. of Years I
I ((7)) What was the highest position level you attained in this field? Briefly I
form. Then send the form the address below.
to explain your duties.. . . . . . . . . . .
Your response will be kept confidential.
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Please, do not call! Unfortunately, we are not equipped to answer ((8)) Have you supervised work of others? 0 YES D NO '

telephone inquiries. However, once we receive your completed I ((9)) When did you last work in this occupation?
preliminary application form, you will be contacted. Your responsenow I D Presently working in this occupation. I

means that you will receive early consideration for the I D Worked in this occupation. . . years ago. I
No. of Years I
openings, and if qualified, you will be hired as openings become ((10)) Do you have any other special skills in addition to what you've indicated I
available. Anticipated craft and skilled positions will include: I above? 0 YES 0 NO

I If yes please describe:. . . . . . . . . .

Welder Welding Technician ((11)) Place a circle around the highest grade completed in school and, if I
Welding Machine Operator Maintenance Electrician applicable indicate type of schooling: I
(automatic machine) Maintenance Mechanic I 1 12345678910111213141516
Burner (oxy-fuel) Plumber/Pipe Fitter I
Concrete Finisher Maintenance Mechanic/Air I Vocational School 0 Junior College 0 College 0 I
Concrete Worker Conditioning and Refrigeration I II
j Offshore Power Systems (@)
Iron Reinforcing Worker Carpenter/Joiner
The Federal Age Discrimination, Employment Act of 1967 prohibits discrimination on the basis ol
Mechanic I
Form Worker Mobile Equipment
age with respect to individuals who are at least 40 but less than 65 years of age
Concrete Pump Operator Metal Worker L________ __ _______ _________
Steel Fabrication Worker Mobile Equipment Operator
Ship Fitter Crane OperatorIron
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Worker Operating Engineer Non-Experienced I 4I '
ElectricianElectronics Rigger I

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Instrumentation Technician Stage Builder I ((2)) Address. . . . . . Area. .Code. . .Calling. . .Number. . I
Painter Surveyor and Chain Man Street City State Zip Code
Sheet Metal Worker. (shipwright) (3)) Age*. . . 1 1I
Insulator (lagger) Mobile Crane Operator
Condensor Assembly & WarehousemanReceiving I ((4)) After examining the list of craft skills indicate the craft you would most
I like to be trained in:

I Installation Fitter Checker I 1st Choice. . . . . . . . . . : I II
Stores Attendant
Machinery Installation 2nd Choice. . . . . . . . . .
Machinist Material Handier I
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Pipe and Tubing Installer Marine Deck Hand I time? 0 YES 0 NO
Pipe Fabricator Carbon Arc Gouger
Pipe Cutter/Bender Grinder I ((6)) If willing to attend a vocational school, indicate your preference: I
Radiographic Technician Pattern Maker n Day School Full Time 0 Night School Full TimeD
NDT Technician Tool and Die Man I Day School Part Time 0 Night School Part Time I

Quality Control InspectorSupervisorexperienced I ((7)) Are you employed now: ((8)) Current occupation. . .".. .. I
in these craft and skilled areas as tradesmen D YES D NO . . .. . . . . . I-

.. and/or supervisors : ((9)) Are you in school now? 0 YES 0 NO

,t I ((10)) Place a circle around the highest grade completed in school and if
I applicable indicate type of schooling:
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.. Offshore Power SystemsA I
Westinghouse-Tenneco Enterprise I Vocational School 0 Junior College 0 College 0 .
ATTN: Manpower ManagerP.O.
Box 8000 Offshore Power Systems (@) I
Arlington Expressway, Jacksonville Florida 32211 y
I The Federal Age Discrimination Employment Act of 1967 prohibits discrimination on the basis of .
"j age with respect to individuals who are at least 40 but less than 65 years of age.
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Myrtle (;urver Episcopal Inquirer's Clues Lt. Dansby Earns USAF Commendation Medal ,

Mrs. Myrtle Garver, 53, of Officers ElectedThis Begins Feb. 14 SAN ANTONIO First decorated for his meritorious
Starke, died in a Gainesville achievement as chairman of
R. Dans-
At St. MarksThe Lieutenant Mickey
Hospital Friday following an the self-study steering
of Mr. and Mrs.
extended Illness.Survivors past Sunday, a serviceof by, son committee at the Community
first of 10 sessions of anInquirer's O. of 271 Alton
include the admission of Layreaders, Rogers Dansby / College of the Air }Force,
husband,Eugene L. Carver" of Wardens and Vestrymen was Class will bIN AT Road, Starke, has receivedthe 'ra9j't Randolph.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church, U. S. Air Force Commendation
Starke two daughters, Mrs. held at St. Mark's Episcopal
; ctp Feb 14, from 7:30
Wanda Fleming and Mrs. ._.. Church. Thursday Medal at Randolph He now serves as chief of
r : Kenneth Grider and p.m to 9 P.m.at the Parish .
Beverly Fisher both of AFB, Tex.Lieutenant accreditations at the college.A .
Finksburg, Maryland; two Raymond Stanwix-Hay were House at St. Mark's.Anyone Dansby was :
ft who would like to
43apttalCQJQ certified as Layreaders in the
sons, Herbert of Mount Airy, .. t of Bradford
and Ronald of Episcopal Church for the year learn more about the 1965 graduate
Christian Faith and BKOOKKU BAPTIST School, he earned B. S.
Stare three brothers, 1974, by the Right Reverend especially High
Herbert;, Glenn and Charles Hamilton West, Bishop of the about the beliefs and practicesof CIIUKCII and M. S degrees from the
the Church are University of }Florida wherehe
Day all of Baltimore Episcopal Diocese of Florida. Episcopal
Elzie Sunders and Warren cordially invited to attend. No Sweetheart Banquet: In-
Maryland two sisters Mrs.
Georgia Shirer; of Baltimore s Starke, Fl.Opportunltt'S, Stevenson are Senior and obligation involved.A vitations to both Banquetshave commissioned throughthe
Junior Wardens, respectively, nursery will be providedfor been mailed. Please ', was
and Mrs. Gladys Beall of d: rtf4a sI
Lakeland, Fla; five grand- For Service for the year 1974.! Vestrymenare those attending. answer the R.S.V.P. promptly. Air Force} Reserve Of-
Sunday: Sunday School, .
children. Messrs. Tom Crawford I ficers Training Corps
}Funeral services were held 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, Fred Glenn, William Scogginsand THE KINDNESSOf program.
11 o'clock sermon : "Seeing DEDAN B\PTlSTClIlJRCII
Monday at Sykesville, Raymond Stanwix-Hay.
Maryland. DeWitt C. Jones The Unseen"; Youth Handbell ll William Powell, III is neighbors and friends in our We had three families of His wife, Diane, is the
Funeral Home of Starke is in Group, 5 o'clock; Church treasurer. recent sorrow will always remain visitors Sunday. We hope they
of local services. Training, 6:15: ; Evening with us a precious memory. Our received a blessing and will daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Worship at 7:30: p.m. sermon: sincere thanks and gratitude for return. Edward M. Davis of 3848 S. W
"Pastor's State of the Union CARD OF THANKSMr. all those comforting acts. }First Ave.. Gainesville.
Message" ; Musical and !Mrs Karl Hoist of -
CARD OF THANKSThe Fellowship after church Starke would like to thank the -The L. C. Padgett Family
Sunday evening. Senior Citizens of Hamptonfor Itp 2/7
family of the late Inez Monday: Youth Choir a lovely night of fun, Bed
Hamilton would like to sincerely Practice; Adult Valentine games and refreshments and 88" Tuxedo Sofa
thank our friends for their many Banquet, 7 o'clock. also our daughter and her CORRECTION!
deeds of kindness during the Tuesday: Helen Masters
family for the lovely cake and
long illness and loss of our loved at the church, 10 In the Jan. 31 edition of The "
Group or t .Jj "
dinner at the Holiday Inn to
one For your cards, calls food, o'clock; Ida Darby Group at help Karl and I celebrate our Telegraph, Mrs. Marion .. :* J
flowers and most of all your home of Mrs. J. P.Tomlinson, 44th wedding anniversary. We Padgett be treated Decanio and was reportedto released tlJ PIl -. I
prayers. 2:30: p.m.; Lorena Epperson are humbly grateful for all the ( J -
from the Bradford County 1\
Group at home of Mrs. Lola
lovely gifts and good com-
Hal B. Hamilton, Mrs. Garner Johnson, 3 o'clock; Crusaderand panionship from all. Thank Hospital after being involvedin ... I
and Family Carol Choirs, 3:30: p.m.; one and all.Karl. a three-car accident. Ms.
1tp 2/7 Youth Valentine Banquet, 7 you and Ada Hoist Decanio was involved in the
o'clock; Lottie Moon Group at accident but was not injuredand
SaintIark's: Episcopal the church; Brownlee Groupat was not treated at the I r .
Church Calendar for week home of Mrs Eunice hospital, as stated in last
beginning Feb. 10, 1974. Searing; Ethel Biggs Group at week's edition.In .
home of Mrs. Peggy Neel, all ,
Sunday: 8:30: a.m. Holy at 7:30: p.m.Wednesday. Choir; World Friends, 3:15: ;
Eucharist, 9:45: a.m. Church : Acteens, 5 Pre-School Music Activitiesand an Indiana newspaper: GOLD M
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TRLKC.KAI'll February <. tat*

I School Bd. Keeps Morgan; Earmarks Bus Barn FundsRefusing

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to change ar- Bradford School Board twice center.Plans for it were given compared to $<;>0, moved to name to the list. various buildings designedand Member II. A. Lawson movedto the year. Those dollars were final approval the board time last The
chitects, and typing all funds Tuesday contrary by same year
time of the entire from
7 earmark $165,000now
setting a p m. built under Morgan'sdirection. coming Lawtey. Supt.
and Morganto ended last
recommendations of permission
the sale given program year
from of Anderson Supt.
Monday, Feb. 11, to negotiatefees available from the sale of Temple stated, saying theboard's
School in Lawtey to building anew Jim Temple and his staff. send the plans to $2,000 in the black, Supt.
and conditionswith School in to tied all the
working "I'm tired of Anderson Lawtey move up
operations center theAsk' "I've got no axe to grind. It crawling Tallahassee for State Temple said, but due to rising
makes the architect first on the around in the' roofs of build the new bus barn and loose capital outlay dollars for Department of Education food it will be more
just my job more prices
difficult," Supt. Temple said list Board Member Rodney buildings trying to' find outwhat's warehouse facility planned to the rest of the year. approval. The board also difficult to end up in the black
Wednesday. Hall] then moved to placeMorgan's wrong," the go west of the present Explaining what Lawson made the administrative this
Name of architect Don name at the top of superintendent stated. Bradford Middle School on meant by his motion Hall said parking lot at the USO -Heard year. Temple report on

Morgan, board architect for the list. Another voice vote Earlier in the meeting when school board property.Lawson's the board considers it bad building the last alternate to the schools system's "stable
decided that matter.If the board was hearing bids on motion was also fiscal management to spend the operations center job. financial condition. "
was conspicuously
many years absent from a list the board can work out paving a parking area for the passed by voice vote with no capital outlay funds on Ideal of the board is to build Hopefully, Temple said, alter

of three architectural firms what it considers a administrative staff, at a cost dissent. anything else. the two buildings, which the FTE accounting this
recommended to the school satisfactory arrangementwith of either$2,747 or $3,126 under "You-all can forget about The board set a date of Feb. Lawson has pushed for 18 month the system will have
board Tuesday a staff Morgan this Monday, the bids revealed to the board paving. I don't have anymore 28 at 5 p.m. to meet to open years, then see how much added funds.
committee headed by by Deputy matter will end there. If not, Tuesday morning, Board county money for the rest of bids on the new operations paving can be done with the -Heard Temple predict a
second architect
then the
Supt. W. L. Kilpatrick. Firms on remainder of the $165,000. slightly lower student
recommended, after the the list will be interviewed. Plans Lawson, who rarely speaksat population for next year.
Reno Sewer
board and the committee had Saying he was chiding the Jury List..... length, did so Tuesday, "We've heard a lot about
Charley ItJohns listened to presentations by 10 board on its choice of an architect reviewing the history of the growth, but we don't see it in

firms, were Moore, May and Supt. Temple said he (From Page I 1)) system's present ramshacklebus the school system," the
Harrington; Craig Sallee and hoped the board could work Presented To CityPlans barn. The new bus barn superintendent said.
E Associates, and Owen Kelly out some way with Morgan to jury list, but has not yet doneso. must be the first priority, he -Discussed briefly a
and Associates, all of solve heating and air- ., said. position statement publishedby

Gainesville. conditioning, problems in for the installation ot The Zoning Board expects to In other action the board: the Department of

Kilpatrick prefaced the the long-awaited Reno sewer have their new policies and But the judge was holding -Authorized the ad- Education on guidelines for
announced recommendationsaround Hearing Set.... project were presented to recommendations ready for' hearings in the courthouse ministrative staff to accept collective bargaining. Both
by reading a portion of Starke city commissioners adoption within the next 60 Monday when County At- the lowest and best bid on Feb. Temple and ?Hall expressed
About this Question: the state law which now (From Page 1)) Tuesday night, Feb. 5, by days.In torney Gene Shaw, also an 11 for foodstuffs for the lunch positive attitudes by the
allows competitive Don Ruckman. other matters before the assistant state's attorney, told room program for the second superintendent's and school
Our firm requires that all negotiations with architectural dated.admission The, are badly council out-is Go ahead step in calling for commissioners Tuesday: the commission he was quarter, with the un- board associations, a switch
firms. The por city Street Chairman Charles concerned because the countywas derstanding that the board !from previous stands of those
bids is held however
being ,
those employees handling tion's theme was on spreading looking for new zoning of pending selection up of a site for Schaefer, in his report to the about to let the new will receive a report at its next groups.BEA President Louise

the firms moneybe work equally among qualified regulations to come in out the the location of a lift station commissioners, said that the speedy trial rule, requiring meeting Koren listened, but said little.
information gained under the be -Was told the food serviceis She said teachers had the
bonded. Does your firms."I to the project. city had been placed cases to tried within 90 seen
would like to see another county-wide land use study necessary Pierce and Divisional Office in days or the defendant $25,000 in the red now DOE guidelines.
also in Attorney George
agency supply now being completed every
qualified firm added to the Merrill G. McMillanwere Gainesville of the Departmentof releasedexpire before a new
mobile homes. Surveyor
bonding where requiredfor list," said Board Member area, not just board also instructed to conclude Transportation. The city jury list was sleeted.
public officials?" Blaine Thompson, who then The city zoning their preliminary in- had formerly been served by The board requested a

named Morgan, who was Monday heard a preliminary John Pat vestigations on the sites under the Divisional Office in meeting with Judge Yawn and KEYSTONE MELROSE
present at the meeting after report given by consideration for the location Jacksonville. he appeared before the
Charley E. going over plans for the new terson and Ron Duguid Schaefer said that the DOT commissioners Monday af
the of of the lift station and report
operations center with the has recommended that ternoon.
of back to the commissioners, Business
Geography, University Directory
board. On Thompson's motion on North
JOINS AGENCY Florida, with reference to after which a call for bids will "pothole" repairs
and a second by Board the 301 be repaired in accordancewith Judge Yawn outlined
land within the be called for on project.In
certain areas
131 SO WALNUT ST Member H. A, Lawson the another matter DOT specifications. The several methods by which a
board voted by voice, with no city limits of Starke that could Joe on potholes are caused by new jury list could be drawn, FISHERMAN'S HARDWARE
PHONE 964-5O7O be used in the sewage disposal Sapp
dissent, to add Morgan'sYOUR possibly from leaking water mains under the including the random drawing
development of future mobile presented a petition
home parks. about ten home-owners in the highway. When repairs are which the commission chose. SUPPLIES GARDEN
Dalewood Sub-Division, made to the leaking water Other methods were to go
r r In the study suggested just completedthe four located on the north side of mains the pavement has to be down the voter list and select
UF team
different areas in the city that Highway 16, requesting the torn up and the pavement has every third, fourth or fifth Slim'sFish'N'Sttiff.f/i Vi\\(, ;e HARDWAREAND
be by work or to send question
could be used for mobile home extension of the city's sewer to replaced city name
PHARMACYAND crews. The city's water mainsare naires to each voter as was
South of lines to provide service
parks: 1)) Alligator
under the highway on done CENTER
Creek between US-301 and SR- residents of that area. years ago.
YOU Ruckman said North 301, from Call Street to Live Bait
100; 2)) Westside of US-301 and Engineer limits. A complete line of I llchv.HKVIAMIN .
the North
south of Creek by the that a preliminary cost study city The commission chose the CricketsShinnrrsUorintMinnows
T Alligator Schaefer recommended thata : :: ; : : :MOOKK PAIVIS: ;
KOA 3)) Area had been made a few years random drawing with Deputy
T Is your pharmacy more than Just another Campgrounds; for the needed Plumbing&FlectrkaISupp.TACKLERODSREELS : .
for that particular project Clerk Ruby Williams and
back of the residence of Mrs. ago
store that shop in? We believe It shouldbe of iu-Tum Fertilizers
you in the amount
Ruby Johns, north of Alligator and the estimate at that time repairs Attorney Shaw drawing the
for when you select someone to assist :you Creek, and west of SR-100; 4)) was set at $52,000.By $2,357.50 from Asphalt Ser names from a box, thoroughly FISHING: ; & HUNTING: ; InsecticidesLICENSESAMMUNITION

I/ in matters pertaining to your or your family's The Fate Brown property on the unanimous vote of vice, Inc. be accepted by the stirred, which contained the : :'\ llw Lumber&Building). 21 :N. 2IHI.xls From MatrriakICF' : ht
good health, it Involves a special trust. SR-16 in northwest Starke.In the commissioners the commissioners. The com slips on which the names were
Keystone! Heights I7.l-.tl.ia: : :
giving its report Monday engineers were authorized to missioners unanimouslymade written along with precinct Keystone llRts./ 47.1-I.157: : :
The professional pharmacy services we the award in that
night, the UF team used an proceed with an up-dated cost number.
offer are designed with the ultimate aim of analysis for the new amount with the understanding
aerial photograph of the cityto survey CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION-AIR C
earning trust and confidence. When that the work drawn and
your :you identify locations, and sewer project. The names were
enter our store or phone In we sincerely want verbally pointed out advantages Commissioner Jimmy would be performed in accordance called aloud to the entire

0 you to feel that you are talking to people and disadvantagesof McRae then proposed that it with the required board. If any prospective To Subscribe Today
be well for the commissioners DOT specifications. selected in this manner Inquire
might juror
who about each of the locations. It was
care you. Stop soon and let us
emphasized, however, that to call for bids on Commissioner Wiggins had any known reason for to the Lake Region
show you what we believe pharmacy service the team was not the Reno and the Dalewood reported that the services of disqualification, such as infirmity About Monitor
I should be. at the time.McRae's Don Tanner from Willistonhad the was
use of the land for mobile projects same or age name Monitor
'A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US with home parks, but was just contention was that been secured to head thecity's not placed in the jury box.
the would be able to savea Gas Department Advertising; ; Call:
results of the UF city
their prescriptions health needs and other pharmacy giving Tanner will begin work for the
products We consider this trust a privilege and a duty. survey as they saw it from a considerable amount of city on February 18. Future venires for! grand forall the news
land use standpoint.The money if the projects were jury, circuit court, and county
1 May we be your personal family pharmacy? zoning board receivedthe handled at the same time. On the recommendation Edwards the of court will be drawn as needed John Miller96463O5
Clerk Merrill
9846151KOCH'S following petitions for the Zoning Board Chairman Pat commissioners approved the from the new jury list. ca11473.2210
installation of mobile homes Farnsworth recommended to
purchase and mailing of an It is that both
within the city limits: Cor the commissioners that the expected
DRUGS nelius Thomas, corner of moratorium on mobile homesbe energy saving booklet to the county and circuit will be in
city's utility accounts. The at the time AUTO SERVICE
Grand and Davis Street; Mrs. allowed to expire as of session same on
PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS Gertrude M. Lee, Colley February 7. This moratoriumhad booklet is entitled "Watts trial beginning Feb. 18.
effect for the Going On Where You Live"and The commission also indicated
been in
Road Virgil Heiken, south past KEYSTONE
166 W. CALL STARKE FLA. ; number of
,ST.T4 side of Brownlee Road; Mrs. six months. Farnsworth said describes a it intends in the futureto
Louise Ward SE corner of that his board after they had ways to conserve electrical resume the sending of tiuhberSinntpFront "

Orange and Pratt Streets, and had time to study and review energy. questionnairs to voters, AUTO SERVICE
if ft U Roy Sellers on Geiger Road. the results of the land use The commissionersreceived allowing them to state reasons
a letter of invitation should not on a
survey, would make further why they End Alignment '
recommendations to the from the Florida jury. If the reason would ItrtttlfftnlJOHNSON
e. .. ......... .. ......... .. ...I commissioners regulating the Congressional delegation to be warrant,a name could be kept Spl'l'tIhl'el Balancing

.I zoning policies on mobile present at their meeting to be from those names irom whicha Air Conditioning Service 1',.,h'j!rtl I'/
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One of the great pluses of
knitwear is its easy care and
cleaning. But here again, the
watchword is: be careful'!
When you consider that one
fiber producer, alone, puts out ibi '
23 different types of acrylic
fibers, you can imagine the )
complex of fiber blends that
require a complex of differing
instructions on care. Here are
some quick tips on the care of tdy

knits. sJA u peg 1N6NB EQtEWd S 1 1 : 'I..I .EXTRA STAMPS 1 BEEF PEOP

-Beware of severe laun- t.r' n6l
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This would include long wash Sip Ham Chuck Steaks LB $129
cycle, hot water, high J-MB 1 13 ;
agitation, fast spin, also high .. / SAVE 20e W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS
: : ....... '
temperature drying over- PRICES GOOD THURS. FEB. 7 Delmonicos $269
drying, and excessively long qup os L9.
"knitted fabrics _
cycle" il'your
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medium water
to minutes soi\\colorfastness\> for atom and drum six amount or to low ten of Whole Picnics u78C1 (ANN ED >HpM CH UCK Tenderloins' LB. $269

lowest _
agitation: use spin

speed to avoid wrinkles . LB. $119| WHOLE HAM .:: SAVE Perch Fillets 5 P&: $489SAVE

dryer fabrics try(to most keep synthetics lightweight) Pork Roast LB.88c 100 FREE STAMPS WITH COUPON _- ROAST Whole Ham LB99C

separate from heavier weight SAVE Jlc OR 'A'QUICK FROZEN W D BRAND SAVE
The fabrics former(cotton dry rayon much linen faster)I. Baking Hens u68ca: $ 99. 3 9 Turkey; Roast iRK PKG $299

and mixing of the two can SAVE lOc W.D I !AND WHOLE HOG MilD OR HOT 4 $ i W D BRAND HANDI-PAK PURE

synthetics result in overdrying which is likely of the to Sausage . i Roll:99c IOOVUMMIN'T CRAOtej IN) | I Ground Beef 3 PKG: $299

cause shrinkage. SAVE 2
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I articles that have
apart rom "
$ 30
metal hooks clips etc that |
might snag or damage knits
Or at least be sure all zippers hts
are zipped and hooks hooked Reserve .(
before going into the dryer WINN DIXIE STORES INC ;
Turning knits inside out will SAVE 21c SAVE 21c SAVE 29e COPYRIGHT 1974
also help prevent possible
Your washable knits JUMBO BOUNTYTOWELS
should be dry-cleaned every ;
5th or 6th cleaning for best .
shape retention and to remove TIDE
oily stains. \
-Most commercial dry !
cleaners are geared up to Limit 1 w/$7.50 or more purchase excl. cgs.)jI r "rte
meet the varying needs of
knits in the cleaning process.

The delicate loosely fabrics knit getI hut more is 1-LB. 6 8 I
called "custom" care while TDUK
tightly knit garments, more BAG

akin more. to conventional oven fabric treatment receive. 49-oz. 68

Where such a two-system Limit 1 of choice with $7.50 or more purchase BOXexcluding ROLL.'
service exists the dilferencebetween
the two treatments cigarettes
lies generally in three areas. ASTOR
First the"cu tom" garments
are measured, both belore
and alter the drydeanlag and COFFEEC
drying processes Second.I t he
"custom" articles receive CAN SUPERBRAND
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opposed to ('olln'nt tonal ALL FLAVORS
tumble doing Third t the MORTON
finishing process for FLA. SWEET & JUICY TEMPLIORANGES

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linishing unit for knits; .
removal I b\' hand ol ;m> lint or
libers; 'nll'a slIri nit, plus
Mocking it nccess.u-N
For !those( who want. to do as
much of their own garmentcare W 12 69
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here's the most impotent!
step of all: FOR *



Apparel maiuil acltirers. MORTON (All
may not like it but I the costly IXCIPT MAM) TV ORANOEDINNERS
coii\ ersion to I the metricsvstc'in SUPERBRAND" JUICE

fare labels is now have underway been un- 9 9 9 2 I Jjj TOPPING WHIPPED 2 'CANS'- $100| 19

cases satisfactory or I misleading labeling) because is inadequate in\ many FOR 2 CN $1 LB I


on I labcnhoita'ge their way up and because a shortage of a 1 Butter . . PKG.79 C Soft Drinks 12 n CANS" 01 $100 1 Caobi age . 2 HEAp3 39e Meat Dinners 37.oPKG>. $129 1

of raw, meterialit.liy .

\\ : should a waslwble, knit 01 . 48 JAR."01. $118 1 Beef Dinners .2 ,$1 1 Jumbo Celery . u19C Tater Tots . 3 lVJ.lB PKGS $1 l00
be -cleaned, every Sth or

creases.'' To remove oily spots Sa tines . . via38e Corn . . 4 1.e.$100" 1 Rutabagas . tB12c Skillet i I Dinners 2 Kssl00 1


Except. a:5-10 1(\per cent! price Veg All . 4 Ss.l Sandwich Bread 3 lOAV 24.01..$100 Mushrooms . LB99c Baked d Potato 2 !& $1

jump in spring read.v-to-wear. SAVk 25< THRIFTY MAID MIXED SAVE" tic DIXIE DARLING BROWN N' SERVE TWIN OR HARVEST" FRESH ((6.IBS $2 99)-(8( LBS S3 99)) MORTON

- Vegetables I . 5 Sal Flaky Rolls . 3 10'01 PKGS.$1! Fruit Baskets . 'SIZE. $499 Honey Buns . 2 J.s.l

price Expect boost at least in handbags a :20 per! cent tor Applesauce . 5 sal 1 Toaster Pastry 3 PKGS.'10.01 l00 1 Detergent . BOTTLE 22 01. 38C Perch Fillet . 16'01.PKO: $
spring.Why spirahng cost
ol raw materials and labor

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Tile Brite Dog Food Furniture Polish Bags Meat Dinner*
No 31 .. .,..,?r. .... No 3? .. .... ; No 33 a No 34 ." ,.. ..... __ No 33 .. .? ,. .... .. :
The FDA regulation: on ? ... . ... .

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to benefit consumers with .aaww w rNr..r r I .Mwt.....Lowe AM* _.... .. n,. .........wr.w wwcl.H r a w-ww r WITH rows wow AM*MMCMAMONI r
allergies and other sensitivities ONI 1 IB CUP R ONE 4.IB. PKO OR MORE FRESH ONE 11 PK PEG SUPERBRAND ; ONI 16.1 PKO llI i 14J 24.1 SIZE conSUP..ND
Ingredients. The to ingredient Cottage Ch.... Pork Roast Ice Cream Bars Fish Sticks S Layer Cakes ;
3: OOOD THRU FIB 13 xwu E"ts: gas: GOOD THRU FEB 13 L. GOOD THRU Peu R
decreasing 13 I
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order standardised of prevalence names. If I the .-........................-.. ......... ....... .............. .L................?..?. .-.. .......
item Is too small to be labeled
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there must he u label lag or

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12 TELEGRAPH February 7.1971

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decorated in red, whiteand Carlton, of Lawtey, attendedthe I visited Mrs. Pierce Crews, in Kevin, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
CHURCH ACTIVITIES and relatives at their home blue. The guests enjoyedgamt.'S Ringling Brothers Circusin St. Vincent's Hospital, Wise and Tommy, Mr. and
Tuesday afternoon. The occasion and refreshments. Elizabeth Terry Jacksonville on Saturday. Jacksonville Friday. Mrs. Paul Norman, Kenny
._ _
was to celebrate their and Dave Mr. and Mrs.
.Church Of God Sunday Den Five of me Lawtey CUD; Craig Holmes won twenty
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- son, Michael's third birthday Mrs\ Edith Swinney, tended the Horse Show at Scouts met Saturday at the tickets from a drawing on a Birthday dinner for Mrs. Mitchell Brown and Debby
vices 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. The family room was Jacksonville, spent the Starke on Saturday. The home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. TV show and treated those June Brown was given at the Mr and Mrs.John Brown anaKelly
Prayer Meeting Wednesday weekend with her parents, benefit show for the kidney Anders. The Cubs began workon named above to attend the home of her mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Larry
7:30: p.m.Faith 7r Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robertson. transplant of Richard Crews a project to restore the circus. On the way home they Purvis Brown. Those at- Brown and Michelle, and Mr.
Other guests were their son- was a success. Mr. and Mrs. basketball court. This is just enjoyed a barbecue supper at tending were Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs.Milton Coleman. The
Baptist Church in-law and daughter, Mr. and Sonny Kite and daughter, the first of many community the home of Chief and Mrs. Bill Wise of Hampton, Mr. and honoree received many lovely
Radio Program over WPXE Mrs. C K Cowan and family, Cathy, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam projects the Cubs plan to Vernard Hughes and family of Mrs. Donny Wise, Craig and gifts.
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday, Bible of Jacksonville, who came for Thomas of Jacksonville undertake. Green Cove Springs.Mr. .
School 10 a.m., Worship cake and coffee to celebrateMrs. participated in the Horse
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: ae bt.a Cowan's birthday which Show.They spent the day with Mr and Mrs. Clarence and Mrs. Bryan Metz
p.m.. School on Bible Doc- was Feb. 1. Mrs. Ogilvie s brother-in-law Rhoden and Mrs. Joe Rhoden. and son of Jacksonville visited Henry Block has
trine, Tuesdays 8 p.m. at the rd and sister, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. W H. Hall, of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker
Pastor's home. Prayer STOUKSHOWERMesdames Luther Milliard and family. Jacksonville, were guests of and family Sunday afternoon.Mrs. 17
meeting each Wednesday 7'30: her son and daughter-in-law, reasons why you
p.m. Bible Study. Dottie Sue Randall Reddish of State !Mr. and Mrs.\ Less McClellan Ricky Taylor of Clay
Prevail. Daisy Boch, Farm spent Saturday with his Wednesday. Other guests for Hill spent from Monday to should
Grace United Methodist Kathleen Caudell, Rosa Mae grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. the day were Mr. and Mrs. W. Wednesday with her parents, come to us
Church Sunday School 9:45: Mosley, Marycille Bennett, Les McClellan. H. Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Ruby Mosley, were and Denise. for income tax help
and 7 p.m MYF Wednesday 7 hostesses for a stork shower in Mr. and Mrs. Danny Captain and Mrs. Robert
p.m. followed by Choir honor of Mrs. Brenda Rosierat Jackson and baby, Mr. and Mull and sons, Chief and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
Practice at 7:30: p.m. Highland Church on Friday Mrs. George Shuford and John Davis and sons, of were guests of their cousins, Reason 1. We are income tax
Covered dish dinner was night.. family, and Mr. and Mrs. !Mayport, and Chief and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seavers, specialists. We ask the right ,
served at the church on Three games were played Leon Starling went to Barry Watts and son, were Sr in Jacksonville Tuesday. '
Sunday night. After which Brenda won two prizes, and Jacksonville Saturday for a Sunday dinner guests of Chief questions. dig for every honest
they had a meeting and Robin Tinsler won the third visit with their brother and and Mrs B. F. McCully and Friends of Mrs. Pierce deduction. We want to leave no
planned their goals for the prize After which Brenda sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. son. Crews regret to learn that she stone unturned to make sure
coming year.IJighland her gifts. Earl Denmark and family. is a patient in St. Vincent's you
opened They served cake and punchor They enjoyed a sea food Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Hospital, Jacksonville. pay the smallest legitimate tax.

Baptist Church coffee to about 30 ladies dinner. Graham were guests of their
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. who attended. parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. Harold Chief and Mrs. Vernard
Worship Services 11 a.m. Eunice on Sunday. Hughes and family of Green
Choir Practice 6:30: p.m. PERSONALSMrs. Cove Springs were Sunday
Evening Service 7:30: p.m., CPA Outlines Tom Lock, son of Mr. and dinner guests of their brother- I
Prayer Meeting Wednesday \ Hester Hicks returned Mrs. Paul Lock, a 7A studentin in-law and sister, Mr. and 4 r to
7 30 pm. home Tuesday after spendinga Year End Starke School, was the only Mrs. Jack Kuhne and family.Mr. I
week with her sisters, Mrs. student out of 108 to make
Norlhside Baptist Church Cora Hodges and Mrs. Marian straight A's for January. and Mrs. Ernest
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Hall, of Jacksonville. Mrs. Tax StrategyAs Another son, Joe Lock, in 10th Williams of Jacksonville I,
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30p : Hodges. Mrs. Hall and grade, has made all A's since visited their brother and i
m. Prayer Meeting Mondayat another sister, Mrs. Sallie last September, 1973. He is in sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ,"
7:30: p.m.Pastor Hogan, also of Jacksonville, 1973 runs out, so does the Southwestern High School, Lester Walker and family I
and men of the q. returned home with her and time in which a taxpayer can Hanover,Ind.We are happy to Saturday evening. They en-
church met at the church on yl spent the day. do something to decrease or report the good grades for joyed cake and coffee. LMJSL LCTHE
Saturday. Jan. 26, and did
perhaps increase his income these young men.
some needed repairs. The Mr and Mrs Paul Kemp taxes for the year. Warren Boatright returned INCOME TAX PEOPLE
ladies carried dinner and all w ? announced the arrival of a Who would want to increasehis Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne home Friday of last week I

enjoyed fellowship together. daughter. Deborah Louise, taxes? According to and family, and John Holmes from Veterans Hospital, 118 NORTH WALNUT ST.
The church choir par- r. born Jan. 30, in Alachua Jerome A. Schine.CPA, and children, of Starke, Nora Tampa, after spending some
ticipated in the Music Festivalat General Hospital, Gainesville.Mr president of the Florida In- Starling, Linda and Kenny time there. Open 9 II.m.-6 p.m., Mon. -Sat. 'Phone 96.a008286

the First Baptist Church at ,.h r stitute of Certified Public Denman, of Green Cove OPEN TODAY NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARYThrift
Keystone Heights on Sundaythe and Mrs. Bill Woodardand Accountants, anyone an- Springs, Joy and Barry Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
27th. family of Largo spent the ticipating more income in 1974
: + 4 weekend with their mother, than in '73 might well try to
Baptismal Service for Mark Mrs C. R. Crews and bring some of the income -
Cowart will be observed at What does it take to be a Glenann. and the taxes on it into a
Grace Baptist Church at 2:30: professional model, poise, year in which the tax rate
p.m. on February 3. charm, beauty and enthusiasm Mrs. J. A. Ogilvie and would be lower. never
?.... family of Jacksonville atIradford This can sometimes be
SCHOOL!'IEWSThe ; achieved Schine said '
first priority for the | aggressive collection of

Lawtey Elementary School money owed, by sending out hurt
Advisory Committee was the than
bills more promptly anybody.
of sidewalk r'ors
construction a usual or by accepting bonusesor
from the road to the cafeteria. commissions ahead of time.
This has been completedand While shifting income from

visitors held can in now the cafeteria come to | year to year, one might also So
meetings try to concentrate deductible depositors
without ditch.having Marshall to step throughthe Jordan 1 expenses in the be year in which say.
income will greater. This
installed the culvert
be accomplished through
Frank Bell and Linwood
Crawford did the construction payments advanced of estimated or delayed stateor

work Dobbins'Miss Anderson first grade and classes Mrs. a+ I by local timing charitable taxes medical, for contributions.example paymentsor or Florida National Banks

have decorated the cafeteriafor
"Some taxpayers bunch as
the month of February. deductible
of their
Examples of student art work many
as they can in
expenses j
are displayed "
alternate observed
decorations made by the Schine, "then years take the stan- FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE L"t
children brighten the (;_. dard deduction of to $2,000in
cafeteria atmosphere.The up Jefferson at Clark Street Telephone: 964-7O5O Ia1
:: the in between.
teachers have finished .T:1rT:: Another years year-end step to
selecting materials to be used
WTM r minimize taxes is to offset
with the P.T.A. bought realized
capital games duringthe
reading machines. The with losses
capital -
faculty and staff are grateful j by selling year securities or other
for the P.T.A. and their investments that may have
academic generosity materials in providing for the 'Li.e I|,; iiiis s 31 stance.declined If there in value is a reluctanceto for in- GET IN THE SWING TO SPRING WITH

children. I II I M1iM 11OI1J% lrn sell a stock because of the
% %
likelihood that it will rise in

BIRTlID.PAnTIES ] : value, one can sell it, wait
I more than 30 days, then buy JETSTEAM
Mrs. Harry Wilkerson, Mrs. i A .w the stock back again. Or, one
Gene Taylor and girls, and j can immediately switch to
Mrs.\ Darlene Norman and !
another stock sons, gathered at the home of |
) industry.
Mr\ and Mrs. Marcus Griffis It is not wise, however, to
and family for a birthday base economic decisions CLEAN CARPETSThere
party honoring their solely on tax consequences,
daughter, Deborah Ann, on ] according to Schine. "In
Wednesday afternoon. making investments, for
She received many lovely -jl example, many con- methods of
several "steam
gifts and cake ice cream, and -- siderations are likely to are

punch were served. ....Latain llcrres, junior at B High School would outweight the tax results. The

Mr and Mrs. G W Anders like to find out. Judging from i these photographs Latain investmen should first of all cleaning carpet but .
be attractive for its own sake-
entertained a host of friends possesses some essentials neces1!ary for the model of today
because it promises to be
profitable and safe. After that none can compare to the aualityof
one can begin to look for tax

ehadoHe advantages.For this "reason, Schine

ULLLULOEL! advised, a wise investor is

very leery of gimmicky year-
end devices for reducing in- fiJetSteam@
& come taxes. Persons of
moderate income rarely standto

'pthFri gain by investing in the so- DEEP-CLEAN SOIL EXTRACTION
called "tax shelters" that
sometimes permit persons in
& Sat very high brackets to defer or

reduce taxes. In the CPA and here's why:
official's opinion, if your in- .

come risks involved is only in moderate tax shelters, the 1. Experience: Over; 1,000,000 square yards of carpet

i i may be much too great for the cleaned Jetsteam
by men.
tax benefits they may bring, if

any."Leave the oil-drilling 2. Uniformed JetSteam Men : trained to get your carpet

SPECIALMOHAWK dications programs and, real cattle-feeding estate syn-to cleaner than clean.

SHAG tl' those bundle who," Schine can afford commented.to lose a 3. Free estimates given in writing in your home 0.0

"The average citizen can know what for. .
Carpet'SCENE much more I profitably;> con you you pay
centrate on going through his
STEALERS' records and taking the steps 4. No soaps, no scrubbing your carpet is beautiful and
: iw necessary to insure that he
REG. $ 99. gets every tax exemption, ready for use same day.
Now deduction and credit to whichhe
8.99 is entitled." 5. NEVER
Often imitated. EQUALLEDFor

THICK LUXURY Charlotte and Henry Lunsf ord Owners Four hundred thousand
Free Estimate Call Collect
PA immigrants a year enter the a .
STOCK "A Little lion! To Find But Worth It" United States, happy to share
IN the troubles of which the

.FOR IMMEDIATE natives complain. -QOOIW In +
Chicago TribuneNo's FOR
, OP FREE correspondent for a community
INE 31ST AVE 0: of newspaper reported
36 MONTHS2\! C 'f ESTIMATESANYTIME these reasons why his news HINSON'S
z < was so short:
FINANCING "P' 1. Nothing happened. 2. .

What did happen happened to 207 5E 1st Street Since Gainesville, Florida
3003 NE 19th Dr.'NE23RD AVE/ 3739846Gainesville people who don't happen to
want everybody to know what
happened. -c.n Mountn. in 372OO44Page
Dawson. Ga, News. ,quoted by Lao Aik--
man in Atlanta Commotion

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Sweetest Strawberries TM Side of Heaven
I Two Conference Wins Move

February 7, 1914 TELEGRAPH Page 13

BDS Tennis Team BHS To Top Z OfFlorida V starTwo .o

important wins by Se'ttot1.the Raiders had and also beat Bolles by 19 Then
BHS struck
Bradford fast with were stabilizing the game.
put the High Tornadoes basketballershave on top Point beaten the,Tornadoes in by one points in Fernandma, showingthe three straight baskets. Goldenhit The teams see-sawed up and
,47-46 Orange Park on
Pirates are strong at the first one from 10 feet down thecourtand were doing
First Match of the Florida Star Conferenceand Jan 11,but couldn't match the
home. out and Curtis about
White the
and Elva same scoring. With
"If don't
we slip up, they Bradford five's torrid shots
up "Live Oak is coming on real
( hit 4:38
will stay there, according to here Hampton one each from 20 : remaining in the first
Tuesday night. during the last part of feet
Varsity Coach Mike Sexton. out. period BUS had an eight point
Bradford has
three con the year and they have beat The Raider's Eugene 13-5 lead At the end of the first I
Friday night in Palatka fefence games remaining in Bolles at Live Oak," commented ( Jenkins the
interrupted the quarter score was only
Bradford rolled I
77-60 the
overSouth's regular season Friday
Against Forrest Braves then Tuesday Sexton. Bradford streak with a 15 widened by one, 2112. I
; night the Big Red travels to
night in front of a packed F rnafldina Beach, the next footer to make the score 6-5, White opened up\ the second(
BITS White scored with
Bradford on a dunk quarter two( off rebound
v gym the Tornadoeswon Friday plays Live Oak at Alvaughn Golden led the shot then in shots sandwiched
next line Goldenhit around a
Bradford High's first the match. were playing as a team in the conference leader horne, then the following Tornadoes to the Park
year doubles lost Orange a foul shot. Constantly Haider basket Then Flowershit
started half Winners of the girls team and the first two showdown with Orange Park Tuesday faces tough Bolles in
tennis team out victory with 17 points while keeping the ball, Bradfordwas a jump shot for OrangeParkthenWhitehitona
3-6 and
good and half bad, the girls for Bradford were Jennifer Hjalmar the Tornadoes havean Starke. Donnie Sewell put in a good scoring quickly. three
winning their match 4-3 and Jockel against Linda Dejong McMillan and Debbie Mitchellwon 8-1 conference record witha "Fernandma has got a real night with 14 points and nine After the foul very by Golden points from a lay up. Williams
Three sets are played to each their first two sets 6-3 and 14-3 season record. good ball club and they are
the 0-7,
boys losing TuesdayagainstForrestllighSchool 64. rebounds. Sewell put in a lay up followedby took a shot from 20 feet out
of single match and the best two "We had a full house and real big," says Coach( Sexton. Bradford completely a shot followed another footer
by Abie by 20
Jacksonville.This of three sets wins the single lost McMillan and Casey both they saw a tremendous F# knocked off Orange Park dominated the game, In- Williams.In jump. by Golden This put BITS in
marks the first time match.Jockel lost her first set their individual matches. basketball team. It was" really by five points in overtime in cluding the first period. OP the last half of the first front 32-16, a 16 points advantage
that Bradford High has 4-6,won the second 6-3 and the the Mike number McRae was playing as something to see, says F *nandina last Friday night started(off with a three pointerby period Orange Park did not which the Tornadoes
participated In tennis com- third 62."She one man for John Flowers to take the look like it was playing a
petition with other schools. did an outstanding job Bradford but like the rest of Union early lead. better game but the Raiders \ '
male team, lost. He lost High Tigers
Forrest has had a tennis team and had a lot of good net
his first set 6-7 and the second
for five or six years, according shots, says Coach Howard -
to Tennis Coach Debbie Mitchell won by 57."Mike
Melba Howard. taking the first two sets 7-5 really did well and he Win Over Williston
Scores are taken from a and 64. Ruth Hazen took her could have won if it hadn't
total of five single matchesand first two sets, both by a score been for the double faults," Jack McGill led Union High for the fourth quarter and held $50.00 REWARD
two double matches. The of 64. says Coach Howard. Tiger basketballers to anotherwin the lead for the win.
team with the most wins takes Jockel and Kathy Casey The rest of the top five boys this time over Williston Top scoring efforts for the
playing for Bradford were 72-56 in Williston last Friday Williston team came from

cheson Bruce Tucker, Chuck Hut- night. J Ken Cash with 12 points and will be paid by the GAINESVILLE SUN for infor-
Junior Andy Crews and McGill scored 20 points in 1)111Floyd also with 12.
Bradford Randy Crews.
the winning effort while Now the Tigers support an
McRae doubles and Tucker playedas teammate Abraham Perry impressive 14-4 season mark mation leading to a conviction of any person
one team and
while/ the Williston
scored 18 points followed by team had a

Varsity Regains played David George as the other.and Hutcheson Joe Tigers Maxwell hit 20 foul with shots 12., more The 4-13 Union record.will travel to Santa stealing papers from or damaging; racks

Forrest High School is ratedas than enough to assure the win Fe Thursday night for the first
a Class 4A school. "The and demonstrate the night of the Suwannee Con-
Streak boys got beat by a better frustration of the Red Devils. ference Tournament.
Winning .
team. The girls were" pretty New berry will be the host of CALL 378-1416
evenly matched, Mrs. The Tigers rolled to an easy the tournament but it is being

Bradford High junior the third quarter 13-4 to close Howard BUS will says.travel to 40-22 halftime lead, and out held' at Santa Fe High School. Information will be held confidential
varsity cagers got back on a the gap to( 42-30 by the end of next Lake City scored the Williston team by Then next Tuesday they travel
winning streak this week with the quarter. In the fourth( will Tuesday and the match six points in the third period. back u> Santa Fe this time to
two wins, 53-3S over Orange quarter BUS came alive again 3:30: p.m. Then the second string went in PIIIY Santa Fe.
Park Tuesday night and 40-37 and out scored the Raiders 16- -
over Palatka South last 8 to take the game 5336. .
Friday night. BUS found( itself behind 12-6
The Baby Reds stand withan at the end of the first period in
11-3 record so far this year Palatka and rallied in the : f; 0..LirnF1 0
Darrell Moody led the second period to lead 21-18 at rR

scoring Tornadoes 10 in against both Orange games, halftime."In the. Palatka South gamewe tiv; ( ]

Park and 14 in Palatka. Willis played our best defensive
Berry also had a good week game of the year," says JV
hitting nine against Orange Coach Wayne McLeod. Early
Park and eight against in the year when these two
Palatka BUS had 11 men to teams met, PS won the game
score in the Orange Park by 10 points 6757. "The kids Feb. 8
game. Against Palatka only never lost their composure Opening J Friday
four members did the scoring. and it was a well balanced
Against Orange Park, BUS game," stated McLeod.
took the first half with a score The Baby Cagers will travelto
of 2913. OP outscored BUS in Fernandina Friday night,
then meet Macclenny at home
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Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. '
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It TELEGRAPII February 7. Inl

I Bradford Wins Two........ Eddie LeadingNew
Jones Wins Golf TournamentRandy Douglas

From Page 13))

Jones, of Starke won this money was divided in Jones win $17 worth of prizes held until the first half ended PALATKA SOUTH GAME Fitness
first place in the March of half, one going for prizes and and Kelly $15. 4226. Bradford played a close ProgramEddie
Dimes Golf Tournament heldat the other half to the March of The rest of the winners are Golden opened up the third in the first half then

the Starke Golf and Country Dimes. Still over $100 was listed in order: Don Wainwright quarter with two lay ups game ran away with the game last Douglas heads the The $3,000 piece of equip- machine, swimmers kick,
Club last Saturday and raised for the organization.Jones John Watson Drew which boosted the Tornadoeslead Friday night when they rolled physical fitness adult class ment includes 16 separate wrist conditioner, neck
Sunday shot a 72 overall and Reddish Delano Thomas, to 4626. Then Orange 77-60 over Palatka South in using the new Universal stations including: leg press, conditioner hand gripper,
35 golfers entered the with his seven handicap came Harry Gruen, Guy Andrews, Park scored five straight Palatka in a Florida Star Spartacus exercising chest press, shoulder chinning station, dipping, hip
contest, and each contributed out with a 65 and the win. Ron Jim Chasteen,Harry Hatcherl points from two baskets and battle. equipment at the Bradford pull station, abdominalconditioner flexor rowing station, and
$5 as an entry fee. The total of Kelly was in second place and Warney one foul shot. With 5:07: left in Senior Abie Williams led the High School field house. thigh: and knee soon to arrive real-runner
shooting 81 with a fifteen of $87.50 in prizes were givento the third quarter BUS was in station. l;
handicap for a total of 66. these players. front 4631.
Weight Lifters Williams and Sewell each Douglas says that sixteen

hit a basket for BHS while Rob :.; people can use the Spartacusat
Looking For Meek and Azell Sapp each one time.
Church's Rec. Dept. added a basket for Orange ,. '. .. ;
First VictoryBradford Park to make the score 50-33 9 Adults who wish to involve <.
with 3:19: remaining. Then themselves in a program of ,

High weight lifters Form Basketball LoopThe Golden hit a 20 footer followedby physical fitness may contact ,
will be looking for their first a basket and a foul shot by Douglas and set up individual -
win of the season next Monday Williams to put BHS in front xi: activities. Nine persons have y
when Bishop Kenny of Recreation Departmentand 33 points, 11 in the first period 55.35 at the end of the third L already begun their own ,
Jacksonville will visit the four local churches got and 13 in the fourth period. quarter. 1 : programs using the Universal
Bradford gym at 2 p.m. together last week and formeda Harvey Smith was next with White hit a 10 footer and Spartacus under the program
So far this year BHS has lost Church Recreation 12 points. Danny McKinney Sewell completed a lay up to a 5r. directed by Douglas ,t f
to Ocala Vanguard 39-24 in Basketball League.The led First Baptist with 18 points score a quick four points at the .
the first meet, then 39-24 to league is composed of and Greg Nichols had 16. first of the fourth quarter. OP Douglas is available at the
Eastside the week after. teams from Pine Level Pine Level led all the way as hit one basket then Bradfordhit Bradford County School i
"1 would like to think that Baptist Church, Grace Baptist they led 24-19 at the end of the two more baskets this time Administrative offices.
beat Church, Madison Street first period, 37-23 at the half, one by Sewell and another by .w= t
we can Bishop Kenny
46-36 at the end of the third The Spartacus has been
Weight Lifting Coach Baptist Church and First Golden to take a 30 point lead
says Butch Redding Baptist Church, all of Starke. period and final score of 64-52. 6939. a endorsed by football experts
The Recreation Depart- The second game saw Grace Sapp was then fouled and hit fl including the late Vince
ment's gym was full of Baptist take on Madison both ends of a one-and-one Lombard), and Dick Butkus.
Baptists last Tuesday night Street Baptist in a less situation for Orange Park, .. N+r The company lists 26
iOi January 29, as the teams physical game than the first. followed by the same thing professional football and
began play. Madison St. took the measureof happening to Bradford's baseball teams that use the
The first game matched Grace by the score of 63-29 Sewell. machine. The Miami
Pine Level and First Baptistand behind the shooting of Eddie During this part of the game Dolphins.Atlanta Falcons and I
the game was a rough and Blalock and Harold Branham Bradford started sending in Minnesota Vikings are on the
RIVE IN tumble affair with both teams with 20 and 19 points second stringers to battle with list along with the majority of

committing numerous fouls respectively. Billy Hugginswas Orange Park. OP took ad- pro football squ >how Begins At Sundow due to first night jitters. high for Grace with 10 vantage scoring seven 4I nine colleges and universitiesare
Neither team had trouble points. straight points five of them also listed as owners of the
FRI SAT scoring though, as Pine Level Madison Street led all the from fouls. The Raiders now Spartacus including Auburn
took the win, 6452. R. Wheelerwas way with scores at the end of had closed to 71-48 with 3:12: Univ., Notre Dame Univ. and
the big gun for the win the quarters being 16-10.28-14. minutes left in the game. Georgia Tech. Univ.
f ners as he poured in a total of (Half), 42-24 and the final of Hampton, still in the game h _
6329. then hit a 20 footer followed bya O rA Classified Ad in the Delmar,

.1120r" The league will normally 10 footer by Reggie Green. N. Y., Spotlight: "GARBAGE
play two games each Tuesday This was the only time during 36 station exerciser, Univer sal Spartacus. shown here Is demonstrated by several students SALE-Don't miss this rare

TH* BOOK( THAT night at 7 and 8:30: p.m., at the the game Green scored. froi.vHHS and Eddie Douglas (center) head of the adult class using the equipment collection."
CENTURY.FOX Recreation Department. Orange Park fired back with
SHATTEREDCONVENTIONAL Tuesday night, February 5, three foul shots, coming from MooooooooooooooooooooooaI
Tornadoes in scoring with 22
THE LAST will total confusion under the
\ see just one game Pine while
points grabbing 12

AMERICAN&HERQ ARCHEOLOGY HISTORY THEORIES AND OF! resume Level the The revival and regular February Grace at Madison schedule, because 12,Street.with will of Orange jump Orange Sheldon shot Park's Park Hodge for basket.Meek Bradford then hit hit for and a a 20 put board.rebounds.points 19 points and Curtis Donnie on White the Sewell hit score for aJ(tLLaLULacL'E( (!; ( ( : I I I II I II

-0 Pine Level and Madison basket making the score 77-53. Sewell cleared 15 I I II I I II
Theatre I rebounds for the night. I I II I I II II II
With three seconds left in the
PG Street at 7:00: and Grace and & Tackle
Bush's Bait Shop
real ball
I First at game David McMillian "We played a good I I II I
Baptist 8:30:
p.m. and the I I II I
game we finally got 20
off the for BHS
polished game
PLUSMLM Admission is free and I I II I I
point game we have been
with his basket making the is
is Moving
everyone welcome to come. waiting for from Abie I I II
game score 7953.
1heLegen uK The Tornadoes played one Williams Bradford Coach, says Mike Sexton.Head I I II To New Location
of the finest offensive gamesof I I II
FLORIDATHEATRE Williams hit 11 for 14 from the
year hitting 49 per cent I

36 from Sure of 73 the shot for floor the Abie shots.night.Williamsdidn't They hit floor boards"Sewell last again Friday took charge night.taking of the 15 I I I I II I II I II (EDv[ vcr; EEtfUFL'EII:!:( :! : (!J l(5(

shoot often rebounds while Williams got I I II

pc: Prints By Oe I ixe THE IHTERXATIOXAl did it was an almost but when sure he 12,"I" says Sexton. I I I II I II We Will Begin Moving Fishing SuppliesThe
got a steady performancefrom
.-- BESTSELLER SHOWTIME the basket as he hit t six of eight for White. You can always I I II

FRIDAY AT 7:00: "They night.were really bombing depend on Curtis for a fine I I I II I II First; of Next; WeekCX3OOQOOOOOOQOOOOOOOQOOOOOOO0OQOCK3QOOOOOOOQOOOOOC

SUNMON SATURDAY100SUNDAY 1 it. That's tremendous," game along with Alvaughn I I
excitedly "
Golden and Elva Hampton..
-300FRISATSUN commented Sexton.
PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENTS r. ,Although Golden got only
eight points and
three Coach Sexton feels that
"ItannieCauWer" : '" ; I BHS 21 21 13 24 79
:1.T" ( OP 12 14 9 18 53 they probably played one of
fUtl' .lA.DIS8Elf' i the best floor games of the '
. year.It in i l clearance t ;
6-1-13, i ic
was a nip and tuck run
/ .
Williams 6-1-13 Golden L
., vI
and shoot game in the first -
Sewell 6-2-14 Hodge 2-2-6,
quarter and Bradford finishedthe I
A TIGON BRITISH/CURTWEL PRODUCTION BY.. Hampton 6-0-12 McMillian 1- period with a three point ( W
0-2.Green 102. Totals 36579.
PANA ISION-.IN COLOR ERICH TOHDASIKEH Orange Park Jenkins 5-3- 25-22 lead. Sewell and White :
I were doing most of the
A PARAMOUNT PICTURE I 13, Soloman 2-4-8, Meeks 5-3- scoring <
i 111 i;I for Bradford in the first E
(BJ,1 DAD 13, Flowers 1-2-4, Sapp 6-2-14, period.Sewell. p
Gay 0-1-1. Totals 1 I
u FLIPS 191553. was fouled first thing i,1

I OUT! in the second period and made 7 t 1MarStein
one point then Palatka struck
PLUS eleaseo bl sun Inhmalenal, P'OOuChons' Inc C ,ra"''' Learn The Art back with two straight basketsto
TECHNICOLOR @]:L'G Of Self tie the game 26-26 with 5:19:
Defense left in the first half.
...... WALT DISNEY An alert BHS defense began

STARTS TODAY PRODUCTIONS'. Class in KARATE & KUNG-FU forcing the South team into
p 1 will meet on Tuesday and mistakes and BHS began to
Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m. at score quickly. Sewell hit on a

fcella reuY1"Vodu Iran* 1 DAY ONLY TECHNICOLOR Bradford-Union Area Vocational lay-up followed by a 20 footer Preaf h-'._,, :" r
o Ili veal 0".rLico Technical Center.Registration by Williams then a 10 footer by Nigh Pi.sw..Plastic Taps *

SAVE THE SHOWS: 5-7-9 Nrt.C White to give Bradford a 32-26 ';}'MeIbw! Hand-Hewn
Fee for the 6 week

CHILDREN course is $24.00. lead.BHS faltered for one minutein in.d.
t ookib
([H IN COLOR A PARAMOUNT PICTURE FLORIDATHEATRE the second quarter but that leas ppL II,., rl.y
The class is .
sponsored by your was about the only time. With b. vf w { M N/an .an All
Community School Program. 2:47: left in the first half BHS '1'P4 Y dyrm'd; f.ehr guid.d drawn. VIe ..IIISERIESwav
inl ,
:. \ .; started another scoring adW.adbMMl, .pu g1h'ldr} wdlr 1u/w Aqw bgavnful and .mrly

Oy Instructor: Ray Ramsey streak. Sewell hit a foul shot

.Ial walawrhM n BLACK BELT then White hit on a 10 footer to 4 Dr wr a .a a w OPIN STOCK r.. FliCttor OMMM ft..i. .w w
make the score 3732. PS's _/,,*_a Ma... I MM .n..*..una t Lq 4-P.c. Suit IncludMi "
*Drawer Tripl OrMrr.m.J Kmfl.ftita) IM| .4U n./.6 d t w tt a Six Drawer Double Dn..*,
Ronnie Williams .. .
interruptedthe / Mrrt. 11111 t a< *N.fhi Ttft
Bradford scoring with a 1 O.mr..rl* OrMMtwfrarrwfj 0.,1....S d hl ch. rst SIPS a. Full Framed Qu Mirror Si
rrrf* I len a e. ctr n i* Spindl
jump shot. Williams, shooting > O..M cm* / ms s .. a.". r as t svts B.d with roof and Rail
NOW YOU CAN HAVE from 5-15 feet out hit two _/ _..... I..I. / .l IM.I CIUf:. M.nMx NhnN) I s.u 5 Drawer Ch .t Compor. at $259.93
MORE straight baskets followed by
one from Sewell to end of the
Wow and Save $50.00
first half 10 points ahead, 43- Speclat PllrcltaJe C'ap

IN 74 33.In the third period Sewell. Spaniel 9ttApize Sedzoont
Williams and White looked
like they took over the ball Red Velvet Panel In Drawer Fronts And Headboard

game each scoring at least six
points during the quarter. SINGER Spanish

Playing this fast and good JoI--/ Ooh finials
BHS had taken a 26 point 69-41
lead over the Braves. Duringthe

u i 1 devastating third quarter
y N BHS outscored PS 248. [ J
In the fourth quarter second
1 string teams from both teams l
1'11' 'f fti came in and the Braves closed
the gap to 17 points, 77-60
( i before the game ended.


Mobile Home Brokers is planningits BHS 25 18 24 10 77 r I
PS 22 11 8 19 60
1974 Bradford White r NTI Eland 96 t
Advertising CampaignIn 9-2-20 AETEA SATE 37997 1 i',
Williams 11-0-22, Golden 1 A
order to see lust how effective our newspaper advertising, II. we will/ 2-4-8.
give a 10x30 24gauge aluminum awning to each customer who buys a Sewell 7-5-19, Hampton 113.
mobi,le home from us and brings a copy of this. ad at me time of purchase. Aldridge 1-1-3, Berry 102. r s r ,
By giving tins, tree to our customers In this, manner it will/ help In two Totals 321377. L' '
D., .d with UK Ooh
The customer will, have home outside well Inside r- I-- .fln Span
ways. a complete as as Palatka Seabury 4-1-9. finlth MUctttf hardwoods, ..ngrawdI
without waiting, and we will, be able to determine, It our newspaper ad In Belton 1-0-2, Murphy 4-1-9, f + / ore-proved wood and polyttyrono component
your area Is working, 'I .d"IE. with nil vlvt panolmg In draws Prong.i .
H 2-0-4 King 3-0-6
We have a large selection, of new and used 10' 12' 8 14' mobile homes in 2.
Williams 4-0-8 Jugenburg 2.0-
3...bedroorqs In i wide selection of decors to choose from. -
Financing Is arranged on our sales, lot with as I little, as 10 percent down 4, Murphy 7-0-14, Bradbury 2- mow AIL A4PIECES
and for 10 and 12 years _: 04. Totals 29-2-60. i r

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State of ConfusionPresident 1974. J ,
The last of January was like The frost Tuesday morning

: Jt the other hand the middle of March for our should not have much effecton
? jOn a
Nixon's routine Mr. Nixon strawberry growers. our strawberries,
"State of Though off-handedly slowdown of
economic /
However I'm there will
the Union speech seemed ended. The mentioned election reform in his 22,000 ., / growth is inevitable Mild weather had caused be some damage to early

whole trust had been to turn the at- word written message to Congress he . output will J] the plants to be six weeks budding fruit trees, some
tention of Congress and the nation from failed to mention it in the 44-minute rise / ahead of normal. Several ornamental plants, and our

the scandals of Watergate back to the State of the Union message where it .little if at all. growers few berries were on picking!some of quite their a lawns and pastures won't be

foreign and domestic issues which would have received more attention.In unemployment will fields. L. !M. Norman Jr. hasa as green as they this were. In
many cases, damage
normally preoccupy the people peace 'increase and inflation good example of how the might not be apparent until
and prosperity, taxes and health.At marked contrast, Senator Mans-, will be high. source of plants can deter- late this spring.
field, in his Friday night reply to the 'mine the growth and
production of a crop. Plants
length the speech seemed ended. President's address, placed major stresson from California have grown a Cattlemen who have their

The honorary escort rose to accompany election reform as the most importantneed lot of vegetation and have herds grazing frosted

the President from the chamber. But pointed up by the Ervin committee barely begun to bloom. Plants pastures lookout for should Grass be Tetany.on the

Mr. Nixon had more to say. The em- hearings, and called on the President to from North small Carolina amount have of

barrassed escort backed away, and join Congress in helping clean up the only growth a, but they are loaded This disease Is a
imbalance that
magnesium :
everyone craned. campaign financing mess. He urged with fruit and bloom. when lac-
taxpayers to check the box on their generally occurs fast
tating cows graze
Now Mr. Nixon calmly announced that income tax returns indicating Big problem with too much growing pastures that are
he to $1 of their early plant growth in frosted. One good precautionis
would like to add a "personal word"as willingness place paymentin strawberries is that they are
an epilogue, and those in the great a fund to help finance the 1976 very susceptible to diseases.It to have a cattle mineral thatis
high in magnesium
hall of Congress knew this was the presidential campaigns. Is difficult to get good available to the cows this timeof
moment they had been waiting for. Butit coverage with pesticides and year. Cows should be observed -

was the same message that Mr. Nixon Where Mr. Nixon wishfully coverage control is one of the. keys ina daily. Affected cows go

had said before: "One year of Watergateis proclaimed that "one year of Watergateis program. down quickly and will die if .

enough." enough," Senator Mansfield declared There are four "Rights"that ministered.magnesium Call isn't ad- "':

there are no judicial shortcuts in this we always emphasize veterinarian as soonas your

Although the rest of the speech was national disgrace, and vowed that pesticides when we for discuss insect using and possible if you have this

replete with figures and statistics, this Congress must assume its inescapable disease control. condition.I've .

was the sentence that would be responsibilities and carry out the impeachment -
They are: been talking recently
remembered. Mr. Nixon added that he proceedings in order to about the need for planning
had intention of that he cleanse the political of the -The Right material at the
no resigning, processes with alternate courses of
The Right time.
intended to fill out his term. It was nation. of Union action as we consider our

another bold challenge direct to the men -The Right amount in the agricultural production for
wmm: 'imrnv I' :mill mI. T"' Where Mr. Nixon to do Right
who might judge him, that he would pledged way. can make suc-
"fight like hell," every step of the way. everything possible to avoid gasoline cessful decisions during these
rationing Senator Mansfield noted the We always say Stop, read
times of uncertain ty.
the label, and follow all
But of long lines even now forming at service
although one year Watergate directions including proper Along this line, Miss Kathy
might be enough for Mr. Nixon, it has stations and the soaring prices exactedof disposal of the pesticide Brown and I have been

not been enough to resolve the following consumers and declared that container.FORESTRY. discussing the possibility of

problems, which must be resolved rationing is necessary. series of meetings for our

before Watergate can be dismissed by a home gardeners and their

wave of a hand. One year had not been Where Mr. Nixon said flatly there about families.having We have about talked six
would be recession in 1974 Senator
enough: no meetings on how to grow a
Mansfield expressed fears that the ,. ., IN BRADFORD COUNTY( home garden, followed by six
-To restore credibility to the White energy shortage might devastate the meetings on how to prepare
House. economy and called for immediate and preserve vegetables and
fruit. These wouldbe
action to .
protect consumers.In open to the public and
-To insure a government that is opento O'MEARA would be held every two
the public. short Mr. Nixon told the American weeks.In .

peoplewho he must think the must
garden production we
-To bring about needed reforms in gullible in the world that they never Florida is producing would discuss soil
election financing.To had it so good..no war..no military half the wood it is capable of preparation fertilization,
draft..more jobs ((1)), and more real producing on its commercial varieties, rates and methodsof

convict criminals who are still at spendable income ((1)) than ever before.If seem forestlands.like a This may not cultivation seeding, ,pest irrigation control,,
serious charge
large and enjoying the benefits and try '2ra unless harvesting and handling.
you think of all of our
all of this is truethen we have
of free men.
privileges present wood needs and
nothing to worry about. And yet, the shortages. Other meetings would in- ,
i clude fresh vegetable ,
To insure employees, American people- least those with .
processing for :'
In the coming: the preparation
as well as the public, the freedom from intelligence enough to read between the Division of Forestry year, Florida freezing, canning, etc. Call me .:-:;.
invasions of privacy via taped con- lineslie awake at nights wonderingabout r Department of Agricultureand or Miss Brown if you are interested ::;

versations and bugged telephones.To their future, and the future of Consumer Services, notes in this kind of :;'
their children.As that construction will be off 20 program. :::

per cent. And yet, even with
restore the U. S. image
r ( the nation's energy problems,
leadership and morality that has been one commentator remarked "The there will be little reduction in 1.4 billion board feet of

damaged around the world. White House language, like the dollar, ts the demand for wood here, as lumber. In the average home,
has been devalued. The people have compared with the rest of the this meant 7,000 board feet of

Instead, Mr. Nixon told the people been bombarded with inflated words nation. lumber, another 200 square
and prices for so long that they tend to feet decorative panelling, 12
in the U. S.
"There will be recession
no More than likely, Floridacan doors, and 3 squares of
A:' while two days later his economic be skeptical when told that what they look for a swing upward in shingles.In .
report forecast economic sluggishnesson can buy with their income, even after condominium and apartment
allowing for taxes and inflation, has building and a slowing down of 1971, the furniture in-
scale that made his promise of "no
a .!!: r fbw +' single unit housing ,. dustry in Florida utilized 47.4
recession" seem ridiculous.Mr. increased by 16 per cent in the last five r t ,eFy. projects.; million board feet of southern
years. .... ':. I''li!, During 1972, 167,000 single hardwoods, plus 13,9 million
Nixon said "We will break the family dwellings were built in board feet of southern pine.
"The President did not concentrate on Florida, according to the All of this "wood hunger"
back of the crisis and two days
energy the Four-year-old Mellnda Pringle, one of the youngest riders In the Horse Frolics, makes a Florida Homebuilders' does not include modular and
later his deputy energy chief said this the questions people are asking. fetching picture under "Old Glory" carried bv colorbr..arerlarlan: Liienby. Association. Another 42,500 mobile home construction
would be impossible, and suggested that They asked for integrity and he gave multi-family unit dwellings treated poles and pilings,

Mr. Nixon really meant to say that the them statistics (which can prove were begun. plywood and miscellaneouswood

nation was about to "get started" on a anything). They are asking about the RichardMore The wood used in these products from Southern
Riding for woods.
solution in 1974. purpose of their government..whomthey building endeavors consumed
can trust, and where they are In 1972, Southern forests

going..and the President promises them than a hundred riders produced approximately 67

Mr. Nixon said, "I can announce more gas more meat, more jobs, and put their horses through their .' y. .. '",'" -,.\,.:".' <', "." .,.!...,.". i, per cent of the nation's
.. ( ,"," ; ') pulpwood supply. As the
tonight that an urgent meeting will be other things. paces Saturday, raising .; ,' \ i; '''' USDA points out, the South is
called in the immediate future to discuss more than $2,000 for the < .,f.,""" : J.. 1 also the main source of .
Richard Crews Kidney Fundin ..,' .,. .:,. 'j'. .. ltd f '
-:. ; ,
of the oil thinks that of kraft
the lifting embargo. but he If Mr. Nixon one year a Horse Frolics sponsoredat European high-quality
was evidently referring to an already Watergate is enough someone should the Fairgrounds by the ia : : paper and liner board. In fact, 1:

scheduled February 14 meeting of Arab tell him that two, three, or even four Bradford Roping Club. e these markets are probably }
to the in-
more enticing paper
oil producers, some of whom immediately years won't be enough, and there will Competitors ranging in age 1 i dustries than our own

cast doubt on prospects for an never be enough until he decides to tell from two-year-old Paul J I domestic markets...

early end to their embargo.The the American people the truth. Batten, Jr. to a large numberin r
the Jack Benny (39 and J Paper nulls there can r
over) class, paid the $2 entry operate with lower-cost labor
fee which went into the Crews and lower taxes. It is being n
The Right to Lifemother. fund, along with profits from reflected to the American
donated cakes and drinks, and consumer in the form of paper )
receipts from the give-away of products shortages.A .
a C. B. radio donated by Bill'sC.
Supreme Court, in a new decision, Genetically, mother and babyare B. Radio. wood famine? Today, /'-
has held that rules forcing female school separate individuals from con Seven trophies donated by 1 almost one-half of our state is
teachers to quit their jobs in mid- ception." Williams Jewelry went to top forested with land classifiedas
"unduly penalize a female point winners in seven commercial forest. But this :
teacher pregnancy for deciding to bear a child." U. S. Senator James Buckley of New classes. Earning high point land is often poorly stocked "
York has introduced a constitutional trophies were: (Pony Class) (except for federal, state and
forestry industry lands), :
Rhonda Hinson. Starke
While not taking issue with the high amendment counteracting the Supreme (Small Fry), Bryan; Small, private holdings are :
court's ruling, we believe it sets in even Court rulings and guaranteeing to all Forehand Jacksonville; only producing one-half cord ;

bolder relief the error of the same human beings, including their unborn (Junior Girls), Terna Addy, per acre on the average ,.. .
court's abortion ruling of last year. That offspring at every stage of biological Jacksonville; (Junior Boys), exactly half their potential. : :.

in effect that development, equal protection under the Timmy Carner, Green Cove
ruling held, a pregnant :
lot of the
Springs; (Powder Puff), Tomorrow a
woman has a legal right to destroy the constitution. The Buckley amendment Denise Dupree, Macclenny: timber acreage will have been :
life of her unborn child at any time priorto would not apply, however in an (Seniors), Sam Thomas, swallowed up in urban :
birth. emergency when a reasonable medical Jacksonville; (Jack Benny), roads and :
certainty exists that continuation of the Sonny Kite, Lake Butler. agricultural uses. But at I

the Court's show of pregnancy will cause the death of the Don Hammond, carrying the Riding Club banner is surrounded by eager young riders present management levels. ,_
Despite Supreme Winner of the radio was waiting for the opening event In the Pony Class at last Saturdays Frolics. even our present nonagewould :
concern for the rights of the pregnant mother. This stipulation is vital. Jack Simmons of Archer. not supply the needs of ;

woman, and utter lack of concern for the To become law, the Buckley amend- Floridians in the year :joooj!( :

unborn child, we continue to believe that ment must first be approved by two- Reams said that more it
contributions: to sRID4 What is to bo dime to :
and constitutional right to are expected c
the God-given
thirds of both houses of
Congress, as swell the show prevent a future deficit for '"
profits of the by
life should not be abridged because of well as three-fourths of the fifty States. the end of the week and p Florida. ? Slaiok :

the age, or lack of age, of the person We believe that, however dim the anyone desiring to make a j A AC11Yr+auetxOC miligi p4 ;
for the following efforts
concerned.The prospects for approval of the amend donation to the Kidney Fund to be the new tUiie| of :

ment, the importance of the issue is well 5057.may contact Reams at 964- 1973 p forestry in Florida in lite ill',,: :
familiar argument that the fetus worth the Smaller, hut belter managed :
effort. 9Tf ON.. BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLERPub1i.h
Is part of the'mother and thus should be Richard Crews, for whom woodlands tin( $1.1 >eiim. :
hers alone to deal with is fallacious. Dr. the benefit was staged is still Published each Thursday and r. utmost all) forest initial nesMMx1lainls '
Life is sacred at every stage. No court entered as> Second Class Matter at the Post Office ar Starke,
in Shands Mill h,' slocked
A. W. Liley of New Zealand, an internationally and no should be given the rightto Teaching Hospital, Fla under Ace of March 3. 1819. \
person Gainesville, where he has with superior Irivsi ; hardwood
recognized authority in willfully decide who shall die and who been since before Christmas Subscription: rate in trade area: 16 per year: 13.50 six months. emphasis, 1 III 1 1':' |HM- ivnt 0:
fetology, has written that "biologically shall live. That decision rests in hands waiting to gain strength Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: $7 per ycarr J4.00 sU months. Starke Fla. increase In h.inlvuxHl liar :i
at no stage can we subscribe to the view much higher than those of the Supreme before undergoing a kidney vested); less 'treei' U tli ..--
that the fetus is a mere appendage of the Court. transplant operation. in logging foul! 'In """ iisr."


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I II V............M*.........,............. .....,... ......WW. > LEGALSNOTICE LEGALS Nt. SENIOR CITIZENSexpenses .

At the Executive Board for our Annual

I FOB, W 291, N 55', E29', S 55' ELECTED OFFICIALS FOR court on or before March 30, Meeting Jan. 29, discussion Luncheon which will take THE LIBRARY
NOTICE to POB. Section 29, Township 6 THESE OFFICES. 1974; otherwise a Judgementmay centered around the life and place April 23.

South, Range 22 East. be entered against you for activities of our Club. Consensus .
Ronnie L. Norman has made Mr. C. B. Browning has made Name In which assessed: According to the Elections Lawsof the relief demanded in the of opinion was that we Treasurer Emma Morton's Adult Fiction

Application to the Bradford Application to the Bradford North American AcceptanceCorp. the State of Florida see complaint or petition. are working well with many books were audited and foundin .The Patriot Game (De

County Zoning Board for County Zoning Board for Section 101.1515-B, no electionis WITNESS my hand and the projects and others under good order. Auditors were Jorre); The Sound Of Drums

reclassification of the property reclassification of the property All of said property being in necessary when it is nonpartisan seal of said Court on February 4, consideration for future ac- Lucy Tucker, Bill Richards, And Cymbals (Wilder) ;
from OR to BA. described below from R1A to tion. It that
described below of Bradford, State of and there Is was proposed we
the County no opposition 1974. and Harry Eib. Annette (Caldwell) ; The
Lot being 225 E and W 210 N R1 C. Located on Hwy. 100 Florida. Write-in votes would hold a survey of our members Fighters (Willock) Tart Is
Cor. of Lot 43 South to wit: All SW 1/4 ot SW who have ;
and S in the certificate or a hobby.
Unless such not count, as no one qualified Gilbert S. Brown The Apply (Varney); Child Of
in Woodlawn Sub. 1/4 W. of G.S. and F fiR, except Our White Elephant Sale We received a phone call
the qualifying period, as Clerkof said Court
during God ) Women In
shall be redeemed ;
certificates from Mr Gene Matthews in
This change in classification is 10 acres corner thereof, will be held March 26.
by the Town Or Donna M. BransonAs
required By: White Kolehak'sGold
subject to a public hearing to be lying and being In Sec. 12-8-22 according to law the property dinance. Clerk Members are urged to bring reference to our participationin (Slaughter Garfield:
held on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1974at and containing 18 acres more or described in such certificate or Deputy suitable and useful articles for the 200th Birthday ( ) ; Jane
certificates will be sold to the 2/14 4t 3/7 Celebration! of our Country, (Wells) ; The Innocents!
in the County auction. This sale
7:30: provides
p.m. Carroll, Stokes and Harrell in-
less.This In highest bidder at the court 4 1976.A (Simenon) ; The Friends
Commission room at the change classification Is cumbants with the only new much fun and helps defray July ,
house door on the first Mondayin (Guy); Command a King'sShIp
to be
Bradford County Court House at subject a public hearing to
Month of February, 1974, candidate being, Kenneth (Kent!)); The Adversary
which time all persons interested held on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1974at NOTICETO BIDDERS Committee is in formationled
who will fill the
Young ) Jaws ( )
which is the 19th day of (Spicer ; Benchley ;
shall be heard for or against the 7:30: p.m. in the County Councilman seat formerly held by Mrs. C. E. Knight Mr.
The Rabbi Saw Red
proposal, as specified in the Commission room at the February, 1974. by C. J. Stalnaker. Itchg 2/7 Notice is, hereby, given for upon receipt of $50.00 two Gene Matthews! and others. Tuesday
Kemelman) Our Children's
Zoning Code of Bradford Bradford County Court House at Dated this 11th day of sealed bids to be submitted to sets of Plans and Specificationsfor This committee has not met as ( ;
County. which time all persons interested January, 1974. the Bradford County School this Project will be forwarded but when it does a Children (Simak) ; Tiffany
John Torode, Chairrrn shall be heard for or against the Board, Post Office Drawer 939, collect. If Plans and from Club will Street (Weidman) ; The Last
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, delegation! our Of The Valois Ross(
Bradford County Zoning Boau proposal, as specified In the Starke, Florida 32091, until 5:00: Specifications are returned in be Hampton Club
Code of Bradford By Beulah M. Moody EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF the of February 28, good condition within present. Williamson) ; The Virgin! Of
L. M. Gaines, Director Zoning p.m., on day ten days take notice. We will try
Clerk of Circuit Court of FLORIDA IN AND FOR please Lontano (Tucker); Spring Of
2/7 2tp 2/14 County. 1974, for the furnishing of all after receipt of Bids, the full meantime to make contact in
Bradford County Florida 1/17 BRADFORD COUNTY. Violence (Shannon) ; Man On
materials machinery, labor, and deposit will be refunded. Brooker and Lawtey to form
John Torode, Chairman 4t 2/7 equipment for: NOTE: All requests for Plans A String (Wolfe); The Wax-
Senior Citizens Groups so we
Production Her-
Bradford BoardL. and Specifications shall be man (
County Zoning made
in this
M. Gaines, Director Case No.74-43 Operations Center through the office of the Ar- can Historical join Celebration together of our mansen) ; Deck With Flowers
NOTICE 2/7 4tp 2/28 NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Bradford County School Board chitect (Cadell) ; The Highbinders
TAX DEED ERNEST M. DELL Husbandand great Country. Bleeck Diane Game
Starke, Floridaat Each Bid submitted shall be ( ) ; The
Container Corporation of Sec. 194.16, F. S. ANNA L. DELL, Wife. accompanied by a cashier'schecker (Cohen) ; Eagle Eye
Feb. 12 will be Valentine
America has made Applicationto our (Calisher);; Henderson's Head
which time Bids will be bid bond in the amountof
the Bradford County Zoning NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, NOTICE OF SUIT- publicly opened and read aloud. Five Per Cent of the Bid, Party. To those of you who (Cookson) ; The Allingham

Board for reclassification of the NOTICEMr. that The County of Bradford the NO PROPERTY Any Bid received after the time payable to the Bradford County have missed some meetings, Minibus (Allingham); Fear

property described below from holder of the following certificates and date specified herein will not School Board. because of illness or other And Tenderness (Glaze); The
RIC to MP. NE 1/4 of SE t/4 of Ray Brumbaugh has has filed said certificatesfor ToAnna: L. Dell be considered. Surety shall be reasons, we !hope you will be Malacca Cane (Soldati); A

Sec. 32 Twp. 6, Rge. 22 E. made Application to the a tax deed to be Issued Rt. 1. Box 77 Plans Specifications and licensed to Company do business in the able to come. We would like to Cleft Of Stars (Jenkins) :

consisting of 1 1/2 acres more or Bradford County Zoning Board thereon.The certificate numbersand Glendale Delaware 19941 Contract Documents may be state of Florida and shall be see you. Crown Of Aloes (Lofts); The
for reclassiciation of the
years of issuance, the examined in the office of the listed by the United States Lion Triumphant (Carr) ;
less.This change in classification is property described below from description of the property, and YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Owner (Bradford County School Treasure Department. Come, bring a friend and Falling Bodies (Kaufman);

subject to a public hearing to be BR to BA. Highway 21 3 1/2 the names in which it was an action for dissolution of Board, Post Office Drawer 939, Company shall, also, comply Surety join in the fun. Let us preservethe The Emerald Trap (St.
miles N. of Melrose to wit: Part dignity and the unity to
held on Tuesday Feb. 26 1974at assessed follows\\ : marriage has been filed againstyou Clair) ; Location Shots
are as Starke, Florida 32091)), at the with all requirements of the

of lots 5 and 6 of unit 3 of Indian defend the rights of senior
7:30: p.m. in the County Beach formerly Gene Adams Certificate No. 26. Year of and you are required to office of Don R. Morgan Architect General Conditions and Supplementary citizens, so important to I Burke)
Commission room at the Issuance 1968.Description serve a copy of your written P. A. (Post Office Box General Conditions
Bradford County Court House at property. defenses if any to it, on theplaintiff's us in these Uncertain Days. LIBRARY HOURS
987 Green Cove Springs, of the above Specification.
This in classification is
which time all interested change attorney whose name Monday : 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
persons of Property: Beginat
Florida), and at F. W. Dodge
shall be heard for or against the subject to a public hearing to be NW Corner of N 13)of Lot 35 and address is Dudley p, Hardy Corporation's Plan Room Mr. Jim Temple Superintendent -Joe Kerrigan Tuesday' Thursday :

proposal, as specified in the held on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1974at in Lawtey East of Railroad, SW P. O. Box 1030, Starke Florida, (Jacksonville, Florida) Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

" Zoning Code of Bradford 7:30: p.m. in the County to POB E5O', S 50', W5O'', 32091, and file th e original with Plans and Specifications may Bradford County School Board Magic Transparent tape all Saturday' 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Commission room at the sizes. Bradford Co'unty CLOSED ALL DAYWEDNESDAY.
County. the clerk of the above styled -
N 50' to POB.
be obtained as follows: 2/7 3t 2/21
Bradford County Court House at Telegraph. TF .
Torode, Chairman
John Name in which assessed: Mid
which time all' persons interested
Bradford County Zoning BoardL. State Homes, Inc.
shall be heard for or against the
Gaines Director
M. All of said property being in
2/7 2t 2/14 Zoning proposal Code as specified of Bradford in the the County of Bradford, State of f iimn _I WITH THIS COUPON IIIIII

County Rorida.Unless such certificate or Ever DaY-LowPrice ff ,

John Torode Chairman certificates shall be redeemed | Tasters Choice FOOD
NOTICET. according to law the property
Bradford County Zoning Board 1
described in such certificate or
L M. Gaines, Director
H. Slade has made Application certificates will be sold to the INSTANT m
2/7 4tp 2/28
to the Bradford County highest bidder at the court

Zoning Board for reclassificationof house door on tile first Mondayin SIRLOIN 5 FREEZE DRIED FAIRU.S.

the property described below Month of February 1974,
from OR to R1C. Plated Lands in NOTICE 'which is the 19th day of

SE Corner of Heilbron Springs, February 1974.
property known as Heilbron Dated this 11th day of B *
Springs. made Application to the January, 1974. STARKE'S
This change in classification Is Bradford County Zoning Board Gilbert S. Brown Clerk H
subject to a public hearing to be for reclassification of the By Beulah M. Moody fl 32 SOUTH WALNUT ST.

held on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1974at property described below from Clerk of Circuit Court of $ .. "
7:30: p.m. in the County OR to BA. Located South 100 Bradford County, Florida. 1/17 $16 I 1 69 I :1D..n.1.11 AOMUI 11 I/TA IWA QUANTITY"Q'"T::: :.:

Commission room at the and South 217 to wit: NE cornerof 4t 2/7 I CHOICE I 'GHU NIA.Vl/
Bradford County Court House at intersection of SR 100 and SR 8oz *> I rl in phased l la root

which time all persons interested 218 approximately 1.53 acres per L U.S.D.L FOOD STUMPCOUPONS '

shall be heard for or against the attached Deed description.This NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 4rII
proposal, as specified in the change in classification is REGISTERFICTITIOUS WITH THIS COUPON HB Ni

Zoning Code of Bradford subject to a public hearing to be NAME BONELESS FULL CUT CENTER CUT
County. held on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1974 BONELESS

John Torode, Chairman at 7:30: p.m. in the County Pursuant to Section 865.09 ,
Bradford County Zoning BoardL. Commission room at the Florida Statutes notice is D'CHUCK] \ @ i CHUCK; POT

M. Gaines, Director Bradford County Court House at hereby given that the un-
2/7 2tchg 2/14 which time all persons interested dersigned University Auto

shall be heard for or against the Brokers, Inc., 120 East STEAKS ROAST

proposal, as specified in the University Ave., Gainesville, 1 ROAST

Zoning Code of Bradford Florida, 32601 doing business

County. under the firm name of Asher
NOTICEMr. Sullivan Athletic House, 150 Itetet SBA@|

John Torode, Chairman West Call Street, Starke, $15988111A .. .
Lamar C. Beville has i -
Bradford County Zoning Board Bradford County Florida, It CHOICE
the /
made Application to
L. M. Gaines Director fflpS Sg/ip I
Bradford County Zoning Board 2/72t 2/14 32091, intends to register said j
for reclassification of the fictitious name under the

property described below from provisions of aforesaid statute. EveryDayLowPrkeCHUCK Every Day towPrice' F Every DaytowPrice Every DayLowPrketIA
OR to MS. On Road 16 toward\ I will not be responsible for Asher Sullivan, president.
Raiford to wit: Out of Parcel any debts made by anyone other Mrs. Clyde Smith, vice- BONELESS B TINOCft

1837 in Woodlawn RP346347. than myself. president. SMOKEDMOUND

This change in classification is -William D. Wentz Lucille Sullivan, secretary. STEAKS STEW BEEF I rii

subject to a public hearing to be treasurer. ( M.CHUMNSSLB ROAST
held on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1974at Dated this 15th day of Gtf9iP&'
7:30: p.m. in the County NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR January A. D. 1974 at Starke

Commission room at the TAX DEED Florida. 1/17 4tp 2/7 FRO, LI 140111 w.wtttMq
Bradford County Court House at Sec. 194.16, F. S. ,

which time all persons interested NOTICE OF FILING
shall be heard for or against the FINAL REPORT AND BONUS BUY
proposal, as specified in the that Mr L. E. Gilpin the holderof APPLICATION FOR COFFEE BORDENS I

Zoning Code of Bradford the following certificates has DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR FRESH ; CREMORA
County. filed said certificates for a tax : FRESH FLASTRAWBERRIES
deed to be issued thereon. The
NOTICE is hereby given that I
John Torode, Chairman certificate numbers and years of
have filed Final Report as CREAMER
Bradford County Zoning BoardL. issuance, the description of the Executor of my the Estate of FRYERS i

M. Gaines, Director property, and the names in
2/7 which it was assessed are as I

follows Certificate: No. 51, Year of deceased Application; that for Distribution I have filed and my WHOLE f Pt.

Issuance, 1969.Description for Final Discharge, and that on PER 4 5 12202 3/97
NOTICE of property: Begin the 1st day of March 1974, I will 2 ; 1 :'l.J::, 8 ge Carton

in SW Corner of Lot 38 N 115' apply to the Circuit Hon. George of L. BAG LB BAR !i

Gerald L. Williams has made for PUB E 100', N 100', W 100', Patten, Judge ,
Application to the Bradford S 100' to POB. Section 31, Bradford County, Florida for
County Zoning Board for Township 5 South Range 22 approval of said Final Report and 1
for Order of Distribution and for
reclassification of the property
East.Name Executor of the >
described below from R1B to in which assessed: Mid Discharge as
BR. Located Highway 16 E. to State Homes Corp.All Will of HARRIET JOAN jfl'e air

wit: That portion of the east 1/4 of said property being in MILLER, deceased.
this 25th of '
of NE 1/4 lying N. of State Rd. the County of Bradford State of DATED day

16, in Section 27, Township 6 Rorida. January 1974.
South Range 22 East Bradford Unless such certificate or JACKSONVILLE N.A. 4 a 'L e
County Fla. Ex. R/W. certificates shall be redeemed
James R. Tillman, Jr.
This change in classification is according to law the property By
Vice President and Trust
subject to a public hearing to be described In such certificate or 100% PURE FLORIDA
Executor of the Pantry
held on Tuesday, Feb. 26 1974at certificates will be sold to the Officer Estate of as HARRIETJOAN REGULAR GRIND i FOAMY i
7:30: P.M. in the County highest bidder at the court
Commission room at the house door Monday in Month of MILLER deceased. Pride OR ELECTRIC PERKCOFFEE ORANGEJUICE

Bradford County Court House at February 1974, which is the EDWARD JACKSON LIQUID 1
which time all persons interested 19th day of February, 1974. ,
P.O. Box
shall be heard for or against the Dated this 10th day of
proposal, as specified in the January 1974. Cocoa, Florida TOWI DETERGENT _
Attorney for Executor
Zoning Code of Bradford ORHMBtJUlMJ
County. Gilbert S. Brown Clerk 1/244t 214I

By Beulah M. Moody I rrrrlrr J FROZEN

John Torode Chairman Clerk of Circuit Court of I will not be responsible for LB trtlrear 75 < 'fI'&II 4/l i GozS 6i
Bradford County Zoning BoardL Bradford County Florida 1174t
any debts made by anyone other fmSur\\
"f"" /
2/7 2tchq 2/14 M. Gaines, Director 2/7. than myself BAG ; 22oz S CANS (iwwnrjEvcryDayLowPrke

Vernon Mobley

FICTITIOUS NAME Sec. 194.16, F, S. Pantry Prld* PECAN Pantry Pridt


Florida Statutes notice is that County of Bradford the

hereby given that the undersigned holder of the following certificates There will be no official electionfor

Fred Sackett, Star has filed said certificatesfor the town of Brooker on Feb. : IAj

Route, Hampton, Florida a tax deed to be issued 12, 1974. _
32044, doing business under the thereon.The certificate numbersand ;
firm name of SACKETT years of issuance the Candidates for the Official

REALTY, 205 N. Temple Ave., description of the property, and Offices were as follows: ---------- ------ --- -
Starke. Florida 32091 Tel. 964- the names in which it was ---i i. -N-N-E-- 1 fnryo.yLowPrIce IvcryOiytowPriceANQUIT CvcryDayLowPrico
Tat r* Choice if
6522, intends to register said assessed are as follows: Mayor Roy Carroll WHITE LABELCOFFEE I OLD DUTCH ...>l.rmio .. WILKINSON
fictitious name under the Certificate No. 103 Year of Clerk Joyce Stokes i COFFEE |II J 15* I twin TAINLKt TI"BLADES

provisions of the aforesaid Issuance 1969.Description Councilman: Henry Harrell and (i.9 DRESSING CHICKEN

statute. Kenneth Young .IY"TM..O".O".T.YAOuYYActs/Ll. II OFF .... ON 01lAerA1NATIQ..., I ..
Fred Sackett, sole owner. of property: Corn. Mol OH O'.TOM*THUM I WITH Ttl COUPON aOOO OMtV,,AT, I aOI 3 I .1.99 D"O 39 C
,.. ,. .. 4YIIQYPOM, FAMTftY MIO uo..o-.o'" 4Aa ts
Dated 25 January 1974 A. D. at SE Corner of SW Quarter of SE THESE CANDIDATES ARE > iIiF .n *> 1.T4 ......-.COUPON. J O'h
Starke. Florida. 1/31 4tp 2/21 Quarter run N 18'% W 142', for NOT CONSIDERED THE --------------- ---------------

JA f .

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February 7. I 1971! 'fl-l.o.UAPIl: ; Page 17




call 485-5806, 24 hour CLEARING, FILL DIRT. 7 stock car. Rebuilt engine Your Sowing
Many$39.00 brands of new vacuums service to meet your electrical miles South of Starke on 301. trailer and extra equipment. Real Estate

up. Used machines needs. Steve Clark, qualified 468-1420 1/31 5tp 2/28 Ph. Jimmy Martin 964-5230

FOR SALE Registered Angus from makes.$10.Parts Expert Accessories Repairs all master electrician. 1/31 2tp Itp 2/7 Broker 'Preferred But We \Will Train.
Bull Calves. J. B. White. 2/7
Phone 9646114. tfchg central all vacuums.vacuum cleaning Built in EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINTING -- --- ----- -- Buy-Sell-Trade- If You Are Seeking Regular Permanent
------ ------
-- ----- ---- systems. 712 N. Main, Call after 5 p.m., 4733628. Employment.
Gainesville 3767110. TF 214NURSERY FOR SALE: 1966 3/4 ton AppraisalsCALL
TV Color picture tubes only Chevrolet pick-up Hydrolic
$79 plus labor Dahmers WANTED: Sewing operators dump. Separate unit. Sell BILL POWELL Cadillac Uniform Co.
Discount. tfchg. experience preferred but will together separate Ph 964- RESIDENCE 964-681O
train if you are seeking regular 441. E. Brownl.
-- ---------- t FOR RENT 8276. 1tp 2/7 OR RALPH BRYAN
) permanent employment. : Preschool in Stark, FI a. (TF)
LOTS Zoned for mobile homes Cadillac Uniform, 441 E. struction. Ages 3 to 5, 2 ------ -- ASSOCIATERESIDENCE'
and houses. Several sub- Brownlee St., Starke. tfchg. vacancies. Ph. 9648404. 1tp 964-62O8
divisions to choose from.Only 2/7 OFFICE
$95 down. Monthly MONEYAn : 0 OOC OOOOOoooooooooaxoo
paymentsto FOR -- --- ------
: x 60 Mobile
suit your budget. Ph. 468. ACREAGE 1 to 100 Acres
home, 2 beth 3 bedroom ------ ------ -
1551 or 964-8331. ftchg. color TV air condition, investment of $:.II5.II!: ( > with Highway frontage TIRED OFWORKING
Mill return $70 per month several locations.
.. completely furnished. 2 miles t WANTED FREE: 5 week old puppies. with two of
----- ---- S. of your own
Starke on 301 onPrevatt's Combination
pointer and Snark-l'ak machines Top Lake Front Beautiful, FOR
FOR SALE: Several 1973 Creek. No children german shepard. 4681893.
provided by round home
on choice lake
under 10 old. Call
Factory fresh mobile homes years Truby 1tp 2/7 Investment
invoice plus a little, See Slade after 5 p.m. 964-8951. company.
them 1tp 2/7 WANTED: Positive people who guaranteed.! info send 3 BEDROOM 2 bath C.B. SOMEONE ELSE?
at Mobile Home
now Brokers, would like a business of their ------- ----- name, address and phoneto with Heat and Air Carpet -

473.3029, Keystone Heights. ----- own. $30 investment, Write: FOR EXPERIENCED : Golden Days Inc., Kii: Enclosed garage beautiful lot in
1 ------ child
2/7 care
Itchg FOR RENT Ad, 4313 N. W. 10th St., for Alderman Koad, Suite Dili! Starke.
: One BR trailer on working mothers in my
Jacksonville Kla. 32211
Gainesville, Florida 32601.
Griffis Loop. No home, one meal provided.
------------ pets. 964-
2tp On
8245 9645154.
or 964 5690. 1tp 2/7 lip 2/7
nice lot in Starke
FOR SALE: Zoned mobile
---- --------
homes acre tracts from ----- --------
-- ----
$2,695. As low as $270 down ---- S SAVE $ LET US HELP YOU c
FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom unfurnished BUY. SELL OR TRADEI
and $32 a month. Onehalfmile house. Vacant WANTED: Scrap iron and junk BABY SITTING In home
S. of Starke off 301. Ph. March 1st. cars. T & T Wreckage, Ph. my FRED
Ph. 9648404. Itp Monday thru Friday, 6 a.m. to DAVIS
9646191. 1/17 4tp2/7 2/7 964-8217. 1/17 4tp 2/7 5p.m. Ph. 9648785. 1tp 1/31 '..
GMC TRUCKS Adding machines; typewriters I

----- ---- -- -------- -- BUICK PONTIAC"A office supplies. Bradford County :
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FOR RENT: Rooms, low weeklyrate. LITTLE RIDE CAN Telegraph. TFUnited :
FOR SALE: Linoleum rugs 6x9, WANTED Used furniture SAVE YOU A LOT" ,
Phone -168-9553. TF
$3.50; 9 x 12, $5,98; 12 x 12, 5tp 3/7 refrigerators, washers Dah- STANDARD poodle stud, very GREEN COVE SPRINGS.IINSURANCE I, Looking For A Change?
intelligent, 964-7923. 1/17
$11.98; 12 x 15, 1495. Dah mer's Discount House, tfchg
------- ----- 3/21
mars Discount. tfchg 10tchg. Farm :

FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom Brick Sunoco Offers
---- ---- AgencyInc :
--- --- house
--- out of city in quiet
per mo.
Ph. 964-6375 or 9647467. IT'S terrific the we're AUTO FIRE. BOAT
made in Japan by Gibson now MISCELLANEOUS way PAUL IRENE 3. 3 BAY. 2 LIFT STATION 4 30,000 GAL /MO.
Itchg. selling Blue Lustre to clean
rugs and upholstery. Rent INSURANCE AGENCYTCHG
-- -- -------- shampooer $1. Devrlck Inc. FOR INFORMATION CALL:
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FOR SALE: 60 x 12 American FOR RENT: Mobile home 12 x Cabinents 301 E. Call St., 964-6163. 23O5N TEMPLE AVE
Filing ; office fur STARKE MIKE CAPEZZERA ((904))
FLA 964-5O65 353-O941
respossessed, small transfer 60, 2 bedroom, water fur niture; index file drawers.
fee with approved credit and nished, prefer married couple, Bradford County Telegraph. TF WANT TO SELL OR BUY EVENING: ((904)) 378-O1O8
assume payment. Mobile two children accepted, no I V PumpsNew REAL ESTATE? TF

Home Brokers 473 3029. pets. Ph. 9646365. 1tp 1/31 HOUSES FOR SALE CALL US FOR BEST PRICES

Hwy. 100, Keystone Heights Typewriters Smith-Corona; j PROSPECTS WAITING TFCMQAnson's
electric and r.....
Fla. Itchg. 2/7 -- --- manual. Bradford And UsedSALES
County Telegraph TF
----- ------ 12' wide mobile .... "
FOR SALE: Used bedroom homes outside city limits. J. Lakefront PARTS HWY. 100 w, PH. 964.5606 '
furniture. Reasonable. Call B. White. Ph. 9646114. If no 2 attractive mobile homes SERVICE Mobile Homes UJ
9646283, 1 Up 2/7 answer call 964-8775. STEAM CLEANING Engines of IP.
tfchg SINGLES & DOUBLE j, .
all types, automotive, farm Acreage 5.13A. $5,900 DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS d ..c

machinery. Boyd Service, Ph 19.48 A. Paved WIDES LARGE SELECTION OF PRE OWNED &
-- --- ---- -- road 16,000
964-8359. Plumbing Supplies EXPANDO ROOMS & ADD
FOR SALE: Used refrigerator- tfchg 21 Acres US-301 N. 30,000 REPOSSESSED ,HOMES IN. GOOD
freezer combination 250 Ibs 80 Acres 22 A. planted pine, CONDITION A-r A REASON Freezer cap. 21 cu. ft. $75. t HELP WANTED J 14 pecan trees 1/2 mile road EXPERT SERVICEON FREE DELIVERY AND SET TF
UP 100
GIbson Thor Bass Amp. like SAWS SHARPENED, work frontage$1,100Acre ALL MAKES RADIUS

new$140. Call after 6 p,m. T guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or I BANK FINANCINGHWY
H. Bement 964 6439. Itp 2/7/ leave at Jackson Building HOMES LAKEFRONT LOTSA. PHONE 964-7061 17 NORTH -

---- ----- Heights. Tfchg. DurrancePUMP YOUNG CO.

FOR SALE: Used flute, good The Full Year Head Start 205 N.Temple Ave. 264-7311 TPMILLERBrown
condition. Ph. 9646054.( 1tp -- -- -- 964-6162 8t SUPPLY CO
2/7 Program is accepting applications LILLIAN C. PEARSON Cleaners l
for Teacher Aide for 864-N. TEMPLE AVE
NOW HAVE diamond N
the Head Start Program in )
-------- ---- Bradford County. Must be low- needles for any make or model 782-3806 and Shampooer s

FOR SALE: 22 hand guns income, must live in Bradford stereo player. Dahmer's JIMMY MOORE'S
$19 95, 15 automatic $39 95, County and willing to work with Discount House tfchg. FOR SALE: Small 3 bedroom 117 N. WALNUT ST. 964-8787

38 snub $49 95. Dahmer's all ethnic groups. Starting salaryis frame house, 11/2 miles from Sun SportsMORE STARKE. FLA.
Discount. tfchg $1.95 an hour for 40 hours per -- ---- city limits off Raiford Road, O)
week. Application blanks may 11900. Ph. 9647015. 1/31
----------- -- be obtained at the Bradford 3tp 2/14. Volkswagen
Head Start Center. Send mobile home hurricane anchoring
FOR SALE: Wedding ring set applications STARKE PH 964-5791
to "Head Start" Mrs. and mobile home roof
$600 value for $295. Call 964- ----- ---- --
5312. Itp 2/7 Elaine McBride Head Start coating.. Olin's MOBILE'Home COMPLETE OUTBOARD a NEW & USED
Project Director, P. O. Box 1278, Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. SALES SERVICE Go.
Starke, Fla. tfchg Hipp
Starke, Fla. 32091.
-- --------- masonry house, near schools, AND REPAIR
------- -- --- shopping. Reasonably priced.

Angus-Holstem, 3 calves. EMPLOYER" Diadax plan Reduce excess evenings. Itp 2/7/ REPAIR Farm MachinesNEW
Pete Smith, Lawtey. 1tp 2/7 2tchg 2/14 fluid with Fluidex noprescription CUSTOM BUILT FIBER.GLASS'FISHING

at Mitchell's ------------ BOATS A.A. Meeting ft USED
------------ Drugs. 4tp 1/31
MAID wanted. Must have FRIDAY NIGHT 372-3464
FOR SALE: Argentine hay experience. Apply in person. --------- -- 4 MI NORTH ON US 441
$1.50 bale, Argentine seed 80 Starke Motor Court, 301 LT.. (G. if ECUS( ( 8:3O: P.M.

cents lb., Ringneck Pheasants North. 1/31 2tp 2/7 Gainesville Fla. .
$4.00 each Wild turkeys $15 PAINT PROBLEMS? Mildew, TREE SERVICE 390 N. CHERRY ST. ,
peeling fading. Call The Paint 10 Acres Just Out of City Good
each,2 Hulsey game cocks. J. ---- -------- ALL TYPES TREE WORK IDEA'
People, 9648181. Starke WHERE
M. Edwards, Box 628, Phone BULLDOZIER LAND
Paint Center, 441 West
9645379. 4tp 2/28 WANTED: Manager trainee, Madison Street. 1/24 4tchg 3 BR CB Const., 2 Full Baths, CLEARING.COMPLETELY YOUR BUSINESS

career with progressive 2/14 Fireplace, Fam. Rm., Close To INSURED AND LICENSED STARKE BUILDERSA
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consumer finance company. All Conveniences. WANT TO STOPTHATS
FOR SALE: REGISTERED ----- ------- .
HEREFORD BULLS ages one John Bradley, 1/31 4tchg 70 Acres, 10 With Pines,20 With 24 YEARS EXPERIENCEJAX BUSINESSLong PHONE 964 5270 219 E WASHINGTON ST

to three years dd. J. R. 2/21 PAINTING CONTRACTOR C. Pecan Trees, 40 Cleared. 768-8522 STARKE FLA
E. Bowers Interior and exterior OR STARKE 964.9935
Wainwnght, 964-7835. tfchg Congolcum Shin)'1 Vinyl"THE
-- -------- also exterior house 2 BR Frame,Approx.2 Mi. From '1OTP 1 1/31 HOMO
cleaning. Ph. 259.6025, City. Good Terms. NO WAX FLOOR"
---- -- -- --
HELP WANTED: Male Experienced Macclenny, Fla. 1/17 4tp 2/7 ChampHome COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT SG 50 ,59

FOR SALE: 1967 GMC Pick-up. electricians and 10 Acres Cleared with 2 Rows _PER SO YD
6cyl.! s. t., LWB. Ph. 9647339 experienced apprentices. ---- -------- Planted Pecan Trees Wrangler and
after 5 p.m. 1tp 2/7 Apply Bell Electric. Keystone I Beautifully SculpturedHI

Heights. tfchg. 2 BR Frame Lg. Home and Nice BootsFOR I Building :MaterialsWE LOW NYLON .
BABY SITTING for working
- -
or day. Play \ i
Infants welcome. i/:
Pickup available. 9648595. 2 BR CS Const., Built Recently. WHOLE "YOUR PLANS OR OURS INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD

1/31 2tp 2/7 '' YOUR LOT OR OURS' ShagTHE

cleaned, OIled and adjusted REAL ESTATE \LIII19 HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
$7.00. All work guaranteed. j

HWY 100 KEYSTONE HGTS. James Strickland Rt. 2, Box 986 N.Temple Ave, Starke i TRADED :

66F, Starke Ph.964-8733.2tp Ph.964-7826 ACREAGE FOR SALE Bill's C. B. Radio

473-3O29 2/14 Wayne Douglas,AssociatePh. Wallets .
.964-6593 964-6853 : 321 Temple Ave

Expandos -------- -- -- 100 STYLES OF WESTERNAND i HWY 301 S. STARKE TF I 9E4-834B

... MODERN BELTS IN Starke Fla
Double & $ingle Wide$ spray, interior and exterior.. AUTOMOBILES SIZES 18 TO 56 MADE OF 1

Hourly or by contract, quality i THE FINEST LEATHER Adult Mobile All Types Of Electronic Equipment

BY workmanship guaranteed.Free ... USED ..... OBTAINABLE BY JUSTIN
PARKWOOD estimates given. Lonnie Home ParkIN

AMERICAN after 6 p.m. 4311768. 4tp FOR SALE: Ford pick-up 800. SHIRTS CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH
2/28 Call 431-1877 Raiford lip 2/7

-- -- Now Sells Hunting & Fishing Licenses

8c HARVARDave LOSE WEIGHT: Safely ft fast FOR SALE: 1967: Dodge Cornet, Shop SHOPPING CENTERTF & All Management Permits.
with X-11 Diet Plan 300. good condition. Less than
REDUCE Excess Fluids with 50,000 miles. Brand tires. I MILE SOUTH ON U. S. 301 JO-LU COURT Home of the Magnetic Signs

$ Hundreds Of $$$ 4/11 X-Pel Guarantee.93.00.15tchg Koch Money Drug. Back 1/3. Ph. 964-8011. Itchg. 2/7 PHONE LAWTEY 782-34OO, FLA. TF PHONE U.S. 301 964.8810 SOUTH 24 Hour Service


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TELEGRAPH .February 7.1 1171!

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By Joaephne

SERVICE MENCAMP FIRE DEPT. Carpenter group will be at the preciation and thanks for all
The Junior Fire Dept. of the Hampton City Hall Feb. 19. their friends have done during Elizabeth Civcn: Walker
Hampton Volunteer Fire Mr. Niles Scott, the leader, the loss of their home. At
6jIrt. a
Dept. is becoming well invites all interested boys and time like this you find how CHURCH: NEWS Ushers Board No. 2 and Choir !Mothers March son of Mr. and Mrs. James

officers organized.were The elected following:: Chief girls to the class. much friendship means. Also Community Revival.A No. 3 meeting Monday night. Mothers March against Smith of 1202 Keller St.,
the Bradford County Fire Senior Choir Starke, was home on leave
William A. Smith, Assistant Community Revival will rehearsal birth defects has started in
Chief Ted Curtis, Jr., SENIOR CITIZENS the Dept., Sheriff's Dept. and be held at Bethlehem Freewill Tuesday night of each week; Reno, Lincoln City, Pleasant from the Armed Forces
Everyone Florida
Secretary Derriel !Moore, fellowship of the meeting of them Highway Patrol gave Baptist Church !Monday, Feb. Wednesday night Prayer Grove, and in West Starke Sergeant Smith graduatedfrom
wonderful help during Meeting. Thursday night Bradford High School in
1115. 301.Everyone
Treasurer Peter across
Feb. 1. Visitors were Mr. and the fire. Come and let's work for (tonight) the Ladies Circle Is asked to 1K! >!>. lie was stationed in
other members Scott
Mrs.\ Karl Hoist of Starke, who
will meet at the South Dakota. He is
souls and home of Mrs with this project. now
Bruno Caulk saving reviving our cooperate
Sammy Timmy
their 44th
were celebrating !Mr. and Mrs. Rebecca
Allen. stationed in South Korea.
Caulk, Tommy Caulk, Charles A Phillips churches. Rev. John P. Friday night Give to the 1lothcl'sIarch! of
wedding anniversary.
!Mrs. the
Crawford, John Crawford, Pat Phillips'parents Franklin, director. Rev. Prayer Band will meet at Dimes. Please.
I beautiful cake was sent over Mr. and Mrs. Karl Williams the home of Mrs. Leola Mc- Mrs. Eddie Lee Clarke of
..: Crawford, James Curtis, Scott by their daughter, Mrs. Fred Hoist, with dinner at the Jasper pastor. Cutchen. Dinners will be sold Philadelphia, Pa. is on an
: Davis, Danny Francis, Billy Phillips. Also visiting was School:News:
Holiday Inn in Starke from the
;; for their kitchen Saturday. extended visit with her
Greater Allen A.M.E.!
Ricky Hacfeker Hawkins, Jimmy, John hawkins Hunt,, Mrs. Mary Jones of Seville, 44th wedding anniversary.Tony Church, Rev. B.Chapel C. Williams, Sunday services will begin Music i is being taught on brother, James O. Smith, and
"'Iorida.I! Jones is the
with Sunday School at 9:30: Monday and Wednesday nightat sister-in-law, Helen. We are
Service schedule
Rickey Keys, Billy Kimberly, pastor. as
sister of !Mrs Ruth Dennison.
McGee of Greenville, a.m. hoping for her
Donny Lott, Berry !Moore, follows: District Conferencewill Morning service at 11 Lawtey Elementary School an enjoyable
made for
Plans were Texas and former resident of a.m. is Mrs.\ vacation in Florida.
Sunday Youth Day. by Zeporah P. Jennings.
Feb. 14-16.
> Randall Moore. Larry !Moore, Ceramics and begin Sunday
J'_ Fred Phillips, T. J. Smith, Embroideryand Hampton, pleasantly surprised services will begin with The youth will be in charge of Come and enjoy the fun in
Needlework Classes to
Mr. and Mrs.\ Walter services. At Funeral I Services
6 p.m. the Women learning Music Fun-
Mike Ramsey, Denis Waters, Sunday School at 10 a.m.
begin Thursday, Feb. 7. The Rhoden and family last Home Mission will be in damentals, piano, autoharpand Funeral services for Ivan L.
Kenith Waters, Morning service at 11 a.m.
', Sammy classes will be for adults. The
\ .
; Wednesday, upon his arrival. which will terminate servicesfor charge of services. singing. You will receive (Joe) McCollum, son of !Mr.
",-,..:: Waters,, Douglas Williamson, door will be open at 6:30: p.m. Tony plans to make Hampton the All members credit! toward completing high and Mrs.\ Willie McCollum!
Johnny Williamson. Classes will start at 7 p.m. his home for awhile.BIRTIIIIAYS day. are
school. It will help becomea of Starke, will be held
asked topfease with you
Several of the older cooperate
: Classes will be held in the
members have donated oneay's Senior Citizen's Room. all activities of the church, for Church Of Gal! In Christ, better choir member. Saturday, Feb. 9 at 2 p.m. at
.. Professor Boggs and Boggs Basic adult classes are in Kingdom( Mall of Jehovah's
treasury.pay to the Junior Dept. Cake and a fruit jello was Little !Mark Edward Rhodenwas success.The public is invited and Specials will be appearing in session in the various centers: Witnesses, 325 Christian St.,
HILL, Alabama Regular meetings will be enjoyed by all. admitted to Shands each member is asked to the an evening of Gospel Songs in Lawtey, Starke, at R. J. I K. Starke L. B. Richardson will
Cadet Kenneth O. son The door prize was won by
Quinion Hospital in Gainesville Feb. 3 the For be minister.
Church of God In Christ t on information call the0' presiding In-
held the first and Third "Come As You Are"
Ken T. Mr. Bill !Maxwell. program
of !Mr. and !Mrs. for a cornea
transplant Pine Tech.
on Street will be in Starke
Saturday Feb. 9 terment
Tuesdays of each month, at given by the junior Church
the Game went to
Quinion, Raiford, won prizes Feb. 4. Mark celebrated his at
8 pm. The public is invitedto under the direction of
the Fire House. The March 10. This
Hampton Sunday
distinguished honor of being Frances Wadsworth, Bernice third
birthday on Feb. 5 in the attend.
Admission Free. Visiting Chestnut and Hail Funeral
listed three times on theDean's next meeting will be Feb. 19 at7p.m. Sparkman, Florence Schaub, Hospital. promises to be a gala affair.
Elder D. R. Williams, Sergeant Edward O. Smith, Directors.LO1Jc2 .
is working toward pastor.
List for the first Sarah Taylor, !Mary Jones, Everyone
semester at Lyman Ward Josephine Fontaine and Ruth Richard Newman, Jr. was the building project.
1lilitaryAcademy where he is Some members of the Dennison.The one year old Jan. 30.
a student in grade 11. Hampton Volunteer Fire next meeting will be Niles :New: Ih.tllt'llhptlttt Church, r
Lyman Ward is a small, Dept. burned off the field Feb. 15, with a visitor from the Scott, February 2nd. Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. (] (]
college-preparatory boarding behind the Moore's house. The Food Stamp office. Feb.Valerie 4th.Dovie Jones, 14 years old, Weekly services begin with (!JUDf] (]
school) in Camp Ihll, Ala., for next regular meeting will be Anyone interested in Prayer Meeting and Bible
students in grades 5 through Feb. 11 at 8 p.m. at the Fire learning who can get food L. Durham, Feb. 4th. i I Ii Class Wednesday at 7 p.m.
12. Cadet Quinion is in his House. stamps and how to get them i Sunday Services will begin
second year.A should attend this meeting. Dist. 3 Jaycees |with Sunday School at 9:30: ,,
POLICE REPORT Consecration Service at 11 f LULL (ULLX?

Marshall Phillips reportedthat FRIENDS AM I)NEIGHBORS j a.m. At 3 p.m. Deaconess
grossly overweight hip he sent a citation to the A shower was given for the Caucus At FSP j II I Board No. 2 will hold its annual -
pie, who hadn't had a haircutin Seaboard Coastline Railroadfor Baker Family at the home of I Anniversary. The
three years, walked into a obstructing, impeding and Mrs. Owen Simmons. The Possibly for the first time i speaker will be Mrs.Utemease \ Boa(
barber shop and groaned to hindering trr lie, in Hampton, hostesses were Mrs. Bruno, ever, Junior Chamber of i< Chandler. Holy fDU0UoO ( (
the barber, "My doctor says I on Highway 18.RE'RE.ITION. Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Simmonsand Commerce chapters from I Communion::: will be given in
gotta lose ten pounds. Cut it all !Mrs. Scott. Mrs. Baker District 3 met in a penal institution I he: 6 p.m. services
off!" Earl'Knight' quotedby !says that words alone can when they caucused
Herb Caen ,in San Francisco Chronicle The meeting of the 4 11 never express the ap- recently.The Eht'nelt'r Kaptist Church,
0 Unit Jaycees, an 1*ev. Leroy Davis, pastor.
institutional chapter of the \Weekly. services: Prayer
Florida State Prison, hosted I Heeling and Bible Class each
the group in a district caucus. 1 Thursday night at 7:30.:
Attending the caucus were J Sunday School will begin the (
Gainesville, High Springs, s services, at 9:43: a.m., which lh sj
NOTICE Lake City Macclenny. t erminate, services for the "" "l'
Alachua and Starke Jaycees. d cl lay. Regular services will beheld ( ,I6J'
The meeting was conducted li Sunday, Feb. 17. S
The 8th Judicial nominating committe e is taking ap- by Butch Tharpe, district Greater Bethlehem
vice-president. After a i Frt't'\\ill
Baptist('hurell, Rev.
plications for arE!placement for the iud presidents, speak-up competition .
occupied by Jud]ge Ira Carter. Vacan4th : exists due to was held. j i service Weekly schedule services as begin follows with:
In attandance at the
the untimely de of Judge Carter. Ape plicant must be were Lee Daniel caucus of

a member of th Florida Bar Associa tion. Interesteds Jacksonville, administrator of
the National Directors of the
persons may ap ily by contacting JamE. G. Fiber, Jr. Jaycees, and four boys from
the Rodeheaver Boys Ranch,
373-6746, at 21 S. First Street, Gaines' Mile, Fla., or by accompanied by !Mr. and !Mrs.
Green. The ranch is one of the
writing P. O. B<>x 1589, Gainesville, 3IUST ALL APD principal interests of the 0 r

0 ':nit Jaycees have
FRIDAY, Feb 1 drawn praise from many

work quarters and for community their splendid spirit. ((1.1; t ?arU61CQ" EVANGELISTMUSIC

After a steak dinner an
joyed.hour of fellowship was en .. Q GALORECOME

Wortthipthibeek in t the
warm anil friendly
First Baptist Church

Sawyer-Siade Sunday School-!9:45: ; a.m.
Morning Evangelistic B P.M. Sat. Feb. E, 1974Dutdaarsunderthe

St'rvlce-Il) a.m.

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Kings 6:17 II

332 'V. Madison St. 9647701CENTRAL ('hurchTraining I I
6:13: p.m. *
Evening Worship *
7:30p.m. + *
"Pastor's State of the
Union Message" I



Gospel of Jesus Christ

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