Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 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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moved into new Phase IV of BUS Monday. This is the new science complex: headed by Instructor Jerry McGriff. a water half \\ Jj y

Students Occupy Phase 3 At BHS was 4

Students and teachers at of an Emergency Eye and- building is furnished with new The new addition places the rate of '
BUS moved into the new math Face Wash and Shower, (in classroom furniture in a wide cost of the new construction at ,
and science building (PhaseIII case someone gets a harmful variety of colors. BHS at around $750,000 in the In
) of Bradford High Schoolon chemical on his body) and The new 15,000 square foot past three years. The new for engraved plaque to retiring
Monday January 8. eight general classrooms.Also addition replaces the old 'C' three buildings house about Monday night. At left is Mrs.
included in the buildingare Building torn down in the 1,200 student spaces in air- ; Reddish, who also received a
Tne building consists of four two office spaces and two summer of 1972 to make way
science labs, each consisting teacher workrooms. The for this new structure. (See Page 4)) .'

year project, .}' brief- speeches expressing

Building Codes Approved only $ appreciation for being allowedto
original serve the public for so many
"The years.In .
worse organizing the new
Council ( ) council. Pearson named
As in Massey Scott and Smith to
water the Street Committee; Jordan
Monday By County BoardApproval and Scott to Sanitation, and
all members to the Finance
could ( Committee.

of a set of stan the building codes before they dividual doing his own work," he said totaled in the fourth users from Massey Scott and Jordan
dard building codes face final passage by the Torode said "but we are quarter of 1972 a little over $1 charge were named as a committee to
establishing building, electrical county commission. No date concerned when an individual million. Permits were pur- Last study plans for a proposednew
plumbing, and gas for) the hearing was set comes into the county and chased for 150 mobile homes city hall, which will be
up submitted for bids within the
standards was given Mondayby Monday.The charges for his work. and 75 conventional homes in
the Bradford County county will adopt the 1973 he told the com next few weeks.
"We are concerned about Gene Shaw
was reappointedas
Commission upon recommendation Southern Standard Building missioners.And !
of Zoning Board Code for all the codes except certain electrical practices in in the first few days of plan, city attorney for another
We feel some was
Chairman John Torode and the county now. the Torode added term.
gas, according to Zoning (electrical contractors) are new year
Zoning Director L. M. Gaines. Chairman Torode. Local the dollar value of con suffice.
dealer, Sawyer-Slade Gas, not qualified. struction for which permitswere
Zoning authorities have and the City of Starke Gas Torode also pointed to the bought is in excess of
recommended adoption of the Department prefer a code growing amount of con 100000. report.'V
ordinances as vital for con struction in the which ( Delay
other than the Southern county, (See Page 4))
trolled growth of the county. Standard Code and Torode

"We think it's time the says the zoning board will go
county does something about along with their decision.
this," said Zoning Chairman Letters or verbal approvalfrom
John Torode. "We feel it will all major county
,y I E lli
home had been y l / ,
be a protection to building contractors 1. I I Defense Attorney Aaron
owners to follow proper received by the zoning board PP I Green filed motion
a new
and that information
building practices. was
challenging the jury list from
As with any ordinance, or related to the county com- ;
i if which the venire had been
: ;
new county law, a public mission by Torode and drawn.
hearing must now be held on Gaines. Triest Construction, a
Whitehead Builders "The jury list was improperly -
Longchamp Builders, and .e ea drawn because it
'! .. .0'-. :; Sawyer-Slade Gas all gave does not show a proper cross
l t ErtMrt cpr approval to the zoning codes. section of certain identifiable
classes of Green
The zoning board is "not too : people
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On to see tha t the group was
;-i' .'j SundayIn \ afforded the right to
peacefully assemble as is
RaifordRaiford guaranteed by the U S.
New Semester Constitution."The .
Bradford-Union electors went to the people here (at the
Area Vo-Tech Center polls Tuesday and voted courthouse) did exactly what
better than two to one against +4.r. .4 they said they would. They
Begins Sunday sales of beer in the came in peace and they left in
January two-year-old municipality It peace." Reddish said.
; was no apparent
The count 18 for
Learn New Sunday sales, and was 39 against. _f ....!& damage at all to the grounds
Skills when inspected Monday
Four absentee votes were This Ford Pinto was smashed up late Friday night when the driver morning by Reddish and Clerk
Day and Night cast which were to be countedby the car ran off West Madison Street In Starke and crashed into two trees. Gib Brown.
the canvassing board at 1
the most serious
Injury "It speaks well for Bradford
Wednesday.The .
For Information p.m number County," Sheriff Reddish
voting Tuesday
Phone 964-6150 stated to the Commissioners
percent represented of Raiford's approximately qualified 60 3 Injured City "After it has been saicipublicly !

'KIN FOLK' TO SING voters.A that people can't
AT FIRST METHODIST decision to hold the Three persons were injuredin Fuqua was traveling on charged demonstrate in peace in
The citizensof
referendum was made by the two automobile accidents West Madison at approximately The County.
Sunday,Jan.13 council\ several weeks ago which occurred In the city of 50 miles per hour In a this county" should be
7:3O: P.M.Cyol when Willie Rogers, Starke Jan. 1.7 according to when he apparently fell asleepat commended. who conductedthe
proprietor of Poor Boys Store, the Starke Police Depart- the wheel..The car traveled driven "The people should also be
asked for permission to sell ment. 75 feet, and struck a palm Jenkins vigil
commended for their conduct
beer on Sunday. Rogers tree, traveled another 50 feet with the
argued that a conveniencestore Steven Brian Fuqua, 16, and hit another palm tree, driven and for the orderly manner In
OJfjr (Community near the main gate of Paul Brown, 16, and Joey Lee, then traveled another 45 feet which the" demonstration was
&tatr sank Florida State Prison, in 19, all of Starke, were treated striking a fence and coming to St., handled. Reddish said.A .
Bradford County was selling and released from the a rest.The auto had traveled a special meeting of the

AMOTK Now .......... UpT. beer on Sunday, less than Bradford County Hospital total of 170 feet after leaving $150, Board missioners of was County held Com-Thursday
.$30.000.by three miles from his store, after Fuqua's 1973 Ford pavement before stopping No
Id-d 0.-r-_C- and that Raiford might as well struck two palm trees on West stated Officer Kenneth made, Jan. 3, at the request of
keep part of this business. Madison Street, Jan. 4. Carlton's report. Fuqua was Crews' (See Page 4)PKY )


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Club Meeting Held |

I UDC ChapterWill Carol Ann HardyToWedMr.Milner Rhoden-Kite Garden
AnnouncementDr. Worker'sCircle displayed on tables in
Be Host Date Set Jan. l 11 l The of Morning the Starke Garden Florida room and members the

and Mrs. H. L. Chap- Miss Dorothy Elaine : m. browsed through them,
man. Jr. of Wauchula announce At Dist. Meet Richard m.ThUubrsdTyJan.3.atthehome
Rhoden and John
Mr.and Mrs. Charles Hardy Members will
the and
engagement Norman. bring
in Russell
be united
Kite will Mrs. A.
announce the materials for
approaching marriage of their U. D. Jan. 11, demonstratedthe making an
W T. Weeks Chapter engagement and marriage on Friday Mrs. Norman
approaching arrangement at the
Melinda Claire, t< tools
daughter C will be hosts at the district marriage of their at 7:30: p.m. in the First kind and use of meeting which will be next
Robert Wesley White, son ol: held
Feb. 12 in the Church of Starke witha for making On
meeting on daughter, Carol Ann, to Baptist needed
Mr. and Mrs. Olin White ol Books from Feb. 23 at 10 a.m with Mrs
Starke. Starke Woman's Club Robert West Milner, Jr. of reception following.All arrangements. Norman at 1305 E. Call Street:
r building.At A'' Jacksonville Beach, son of friends and relatives are the Garden Club were
Miss Chapman is a graduateof the monthly meeting held Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. invited to attend. 1 t _
Hardee High School and Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 2, Milner of Starke. !_- caaaNaeo.aaaaraac I tNSI I
will graduate from the at the home of Mrs. O. L. The wedding will take placeon
University of Florida in 1" "?" Beasley and Mrs. J. W. March 29 at the First I
March with a B. S. degree in Kincaid, Mrs. Lester Crews Baptist Church in Starke. caLLCL&(
mathematics.Mr. presided over the meeting The bride-elect is a 1971 I rumw I
when plans were made for the graduate of BHS and is em-
White graduated from r district meeting. A workshopwill ployed in the Mathematics '
Bradford High School and the begin at 9:30: a.m. and the Department of the Universityof I
University of Florida and is : meeting will close with a Florida.Mr. .
now employed by Craig Salley luncheon served by membersof Milner also graduatedfrom Doug
and Associate of Gainesvilleas the Woman's Club of BHS in 1971 and is em- Hunter'I
an architect. Starke. Miss McMillan ployed by Bajo Enterprises, I
The couple will be marriedon The following committeeswere Inc. of Starke and is managerof
April 6. appointed: decorating, Nominated for Pasquale's Pizza at At
Mrs C. N. Christy, Mrs. Lex Jacksonville Beach.
Green Mrs. Curtis Sanders, AwardMiss
Mrs. Elzie Sanders, and Mrs., Honor
I Chamber Dinner Set Jan. 24 Johnny Barrett; reservation NugentClemonsWedding Monday Thru Saturday I IOF
committee, Mrs H. L. Speer, HJalmar McMillan, a
Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs. senior at BUS, and daughterof LYl .
The 27th Annual Dinner accepted at the Chamber Lester Crews, and Mrs. W. B. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Mc- Jan. 4 ",g t
Meeting of the Starke- office through Jan. 18, next !Mundy. Millan of Starke, has been
Bradford County Chamber of Friday.An Awards Committee of nominated for honors in the Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons ; ;
Commerce will be held STiKigl1teK
1974 of
Thursday Jan. 24, at 7:15: Chamber Board Members Beta Sigma Phi America Outstanding Teenagers announce the marriage of Lounge I II
p.m. at the Starke Woman's John Bradley, chairman, Miss McMillan their daughter, Marsha Kay,
Harold Davis, Sandra Reddish was
Club. to Jimmy Nugent, son of Mr.
Speaker for the evening will ,and John!Myers has been To Meet Jan. 14 nominated by Charles and Mrs. Paul Nugent, Sr., all
Francis, principal of BHS.
named handle selection of
to of Starke.
be Sen. Bob Saunders, D-
with other award
Gainesville. those to receive awards to be Members of Beta Sigma Phi Along Inn
nominees, Miss McMillan is Holiday I
the Chamber at
Reservations are beingJBIRTHS presented by will hold their regular being considered for the Rev. Tommy Howe per-
the annual
meeting. meeting on Jan. 14 at 7:30: Outstanding Teenager of formed the nuptials Friday, I

............................, p.m. at the home of Mrs. Eve Florida trophy, a $1,000 Jan. 4, at 5:30: p.m. at the U. S. 301 N. I II
Godwin. National Scholarship She will Heilbronn Baptist Church in
The annual silent auction also be competing with other the presence of the immediate
People You Know. will be held and members are students from Florida, families. Attending the couple I Starke Florida I II
reminded to bring one item. Tennessee North Carolina, were Randall Norman and ,
Mrs. James Otto of Dues are also payable at this South Caroline and Georgiafor Miss Joan Green.
Mr and Mrs. Harvey E. Seminole spent the first of the time. a $500 Regional scholar
Smith of Starke announce the week with Mrs. L. A. Canova Hostesses be Mrs for Marc the Jackson meetingwill ship. Following the ceremony a I HAPPY HOUR 4:30: 6:30: I II
birth of a son Matthew Jason and both attended the funeralof As an Outstanding held + .
small at
on Dec. 28 in Alachua General George C. White, former and Mrs Charles Flynn. Teenager,she will be honoredin the Clemons'reception home.was + .
Hospital. Maternal grand- Starke resident, in the 1974 edition of Outstanding *

Alvarez parents are of!Mr.and Starke Mrs. D.and S. Tallahassee Tuesday.Mrs. Dobbs Family America, Teenagers the program's of The couple is residing in I **. Drinks 63C / I It

paternal grandparents are .E.D. Tenly is a patientin annual awards volume. Her Starke where Mr.his father Nugent is . . . . . . . .
David B. Smithof Riverside Hospital, HeldThe employed by atNugent's
Mr. and Mrs Reunion full biography will be featuredin t j3OOQOOOOOOOQOQOOOCX3QCKX9OOOO0OOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCX3OO
Electric Service.
Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Madison....1....... home of Mr. and Mrs.A. compilation.this national The biographical informationused ____ elll C -_ -_ .
!Mr. and Mrs Tommy Inez Hamilton is a B. Whitehead, Sr. was the for her biography will -OOOOOOOOCV
Thomas announce the birth of patient in the Gainesville setting for the annual family also be used in judging her for
a daughter, Julie Renee, Dec. Medical Center. gathering of the Johnnie O. State, regional and national Final
27 in Alachua General Dobbs children and also Mr. awards. Days
Fred Simmons of Miamiwas
Hospital. Grandparents are Dobbs' 76th birthday.Mr. .
Mr.and Mrs.Robert Mathewsand a recent overnight guestof "
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Mr. and Mrs. James W. Dobbs was presentedwith Starke Elem. l'TA
Boatwright. Todd, Jr. a cake with 76 candles on l. gje'1/eens
it. Meets Jan. 14; PrelnventoryCLERRRNCE
Mr. and Mrs. J. Levon

Duplicate Bridge Andrews and family returned Those present to enjoy the Paper Sale Set
of last week after
Tuesday occasion were Mr.and Mrs. A.
Club ResultsThe spending the Christmas B. Whitehead, Sr., Mr. and The Starke ElementaryPTA
holidays with her mother, SALE
Mrs.A. B.Whitehead,Jr., Mr. will hold! its regular
Mrs.J. D. Neill and family in
and Mrs. George Bishop of
meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the
Duplicate Bridge Club Independence, Mo. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. school cafeteria Monday,
winners last Tuesday night Dobbs of
Alvin Palatka Mr.
where there were six tables in Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns and Mrs. Mayell Dobbs of January 14. All Famous Brand Names
The PTA is conducting a
and and !Mr. and Mrs.
play were: 1st, Mrs. Paul son Madison, Mrs. A. W.
drive and asks that all
Johnson and Mrs. Ralph Warren Winkler and son spent Whitehead Sr., Lake Butler; paper
Fountain; second G. G. the holidays at Glenville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Drew, parents ticipating interested to save their in par-old I Jr. Sportswear & Dresses I
Wrenshall and Mrs. Lex Gainesville; Mrs Willard
Green; third Mrs. Loeb Mrs. Rudolph Crawford Dockery, Green Cove newspapers and magazinesand 11 / off
bring to Starke
Duncan and Miss Bernice returned Monday of last week Springs; Mrs. Garry Roberts, for collection sizes 3-15 to i/o
Brenke fourth, Mrs. F. J. after spending several days in Elementary
; Mr. and Mrs. Orin Reddish, 7 and 8th, between 7 /4 /
Shaw and Mrs. J. C. Parker. West Point, Ga. with her Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gerry February and wide & Belowtopspantsdressespantsuits
........ ..... ........... mother, Mrs. K. G. Duncan, a.m. 6pm.Mr. a selection of
.. Reddish of Lake Butler, and
......... .
and brother and sister-in-law, their families.All ............... .. .

Mrs. Lex Green returnedlast Mr. and Mrs.. Kasper Duncan of Mr. Dobbs' eight and Mrs. J. Greig & sweaters
Friday after a three and family.Mr. children were present but two, Moyer and family of Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Carlton of
Johnson were New
weeks visit with her son and
Green family,, in Dr.Oxen and Hill Mrs., Md.W. H. wards St.. ,Petersburg.and Sr. spent Mrs.the J. weekendin M. Ed- Palatka Brancati and of Pennsylvania.Mr. and Mrs. D. Day W. Strickland.guests of Mr.and Mrs. F. I Ladies Sportswear & Dresses { I /

.> sizes 820coordinate 74

groups of pants skirts to 1A

with blouses-vest and jackets 2

MustangMustang a limited number of dresses and pantsuits


MOBILE: HOMES INC. Suede Exquisite Form Bra Playtex i ii ii i i

Bags 1 Style 502 Foundation i

U.S.301 North 1650 North Temple Ave. i

Has 964-7212 Marked Down To Sell l/2 Price $100 SALE ENDS SAT.No .

The Exchanges, Refunds Or Layaways On Sale Mdse. -All Sales Final

All New Capella For74
All Ladies Girls
Long & Short Robes Dresses

Dressy Dresses in SportswearPantsuits -

Featuring [ Liy1 ngRm Dining Room Skirts and Tops Jr. & Misses sizes

'' ai:i Bed Rooms 12 Full Baths Not too many sizes 3-6x
1 f
but they are 714Marked

There'sA FewBargain 2 price Marked Down !! Down!

73'S In The Mustang Corral 1 Group Carol Crest Knit Coats Hart Schaffner & Marx and Griffon

Also Some Used Homes Now Dacron & Wool Suits

___ M ____ Values 69" $3995 Valueto.135;. Now $6500(

Help Conserve The Most Economical Home To Heat Arrow & Van Heusen Long Sleeve Shirts

Energy Is A New Mobile Home From Mustang tpto 'l3aa Reduced to $7 & $8



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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Richard Solze
Rowell 1 and son visited his and children, Kim and Ricky, Local admittances to -
mother, Mrs. Arlene Rowell, and Mrs. S. M. Miller were In Bradford County Hospital this
in Jacksonville Sunday. Dayton Beach Sunday visiting week include: James L.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Carter Osborne, Mrs. Willie Mc-
Miss Debbie Spengler was and family.Mr. Veigh, Mrs. Virginia Grizzell,
on the Dean's list at North William Wilson and Mrs. The
Florida Junior College for the and Mrs. E. L. Mat- Lavina Lamoreaux, Keystone
past quarter. thews, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Heights; Mrs. Barbara Gilpin,
Ferguson, Mr. and !Mrs. John Mrs. Irene Brooks, Archie
Mrs. Louie Belle Parks Miller and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Newton, Mrs. Cathryn
spent the holidays with Mr. Meng attended "Fiddler on Moseley, John Kite, Mrs Bi
and Mrs. Bill Parks and the Roof" at the Thunderbird Penny Robinson, Mrs. t
family in Atlanta, and Mr. and Dinner Theatre on Dec. 30. Darlene Varnes, Mrs. Juanita =
Mrs.George Parks and family Harless, Mrs. Gertrude
in Roswell, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison McBride, Starke; George W.
returned last Wednesday after Anders and Charles Czimc. Used Car
Mr.and Mrs. Tom Ritch, Jr. spending the holidays with sera, Lawtey; Mrs. Bessie
of Charlottesville, Va. were Mr. and !Mrs. A. S. Harrison, Lee Browning, Raiford; ?
Monday and Tuesday visitorsof Jr. and family In Fort George Moseley, Middleburg;
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown, Lauderdale. and Mrs. Alma Miller Waldo.

Mrs. Carrie Hitch and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hudson of Gives One More Thing
Mary Wooten. The Ritch'swere Ensign Barry Firth, who is Blountsville, Ala. spent the :
also here on New Year's in advanced training at the holidays with her motherMts. YI
Naval Air Force in Corpus Nelson Green, andfamily. t
Day.Mr. Christi!, Texas, was home IYa < Than The Small Car At
and Mrs. II. A. Lawson from Dec. 19 to Jan. 4. Also
spent Friday to Monday with visiting the R. E. Firths Mrs. J. L. Gentry has
their daughter Miss during the holidays were their returned after spending the a
Elizabeth Lawson in Lake son-in-law and daughter, !Mr. holidays with her soninlawand 55 mph MPH and That'sComfort
Wales and and Mrs. Anthony Beattie of
relatives in daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. Improvement Award
Auburndale. Jacksonville. C BeaJr. and family in

Macon, Ga. William Henry came from Lake City to manage the 16th llardee's Restaurant in Florida, this
one located on south Temple Avenue in Starke.
The new llardee's was recipient or the December Bradford Improvement Award presentedby
the Starke-Iiradford County Chamber of Commerce to businesses or organizations which
(LLLa( I!) mIJI3GJUGB]( improve Executive the John area.Myers.Henry receives the award from BIP Chairman Anne Godwin and Chamber

llardee's is owned by Florida Food System Inc. and employs locally 24 personnel. Henry is
now hiring part time help for the noon hour and weekend rushes.

Underwood Restaurant See Our Value Rated

Mrs. C. A. Knight Is Local Chairman ?

II iv y 301 N ((3 miles north of Starke) Of Committee For '76 Bicentennial Used CarsToday

9647169OPENINGSAT. Mrs. C. A. Knight of Starke niversary of America's some 150 Bicentennial
has been named to chair .
founding.Mrs. projects are under way in
\ Bradford County's Action 76 Knight explained that Florida counties ... ranging
steering committee for the the purpose of the Bicen- from development of bike
JAN. 5 American Revolution tennial observance is to trails to dedication of en-
\ Bicentennial.A reflect on America's great( vironmental centers, blood
lifelong resident of Starke heritage of the \past, even banks, recreational facilities,
and Bradford Mrs. while each citizen asked to
County is and
WEEKEND SPECIALS i active in church and and reaffirm the basic commemorative parks.
Knight is review Action '76 committees are ..
ii civic organizations the principles on which the nation
now active in 44 Florida
Steaks ii i Woman's Club of Starke, and was established. Currently counties. Cooperation of

$1.79 Confederacy.the United Daughters She is a memberof of the ............................ citizen and community is 1973 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Mrs. Evelena Thomas of sought in selecting goals,
i theBradford County planning, and completing Landau Coupe Dark Blue with White
Historical Board of Trustees Brooker spent the weekend Vinyl Top only 16,000
Baked Chicken Baked Ham and the Bradford County with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. suitable community.Each projects. useful to the miles. Like Brand New
\ Historical Society. state has part in the $399500
Potatoes & The announcement of Mrs.Knight's .
Or & Dressing appointment as Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wigginsof national Bicentennial ob
\ Atlanta. Ga., Mr. and Mrs. servance
Dumplings chairman of the Bradford Robert Wiggins of Virginia ............................
Hot Corn BreadSeafood Bicentennial committee was
made by Lt. Gov. Tom Adams Beach Va. spent the holidayswith Sandi !Morgan returned to 1973 Chevrolet Impala CoupeOnly
Hot Biscuits Biscuits and is effective immediately. their parents, Mr. and school in Tampa Monday after
13,000 ,
miles one owner with power steering power
!Mrs Orie Wiggins.
Adams is chairman of the spending the holidays with her brakes air condition New all over
i Bicentennial Commission of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leaton
Selection of Vegetables Florida which is developing a Mike Goldwire of West !Morgan Jr. and family.Mr. $319500
state program to com- Palm Beach spent the
memorate the 200th an- weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs Richard L.
and !Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire.
Crane and
son, Richard of

R. W. Underill of In- guests Norfolk of, Mr.Va. and were Mrs.holiday M. C 1973 West Wind Boat & TrailerOnly
G7i I; diatlantic was last Wednesday Stephens.Mrs. .
overnight guest of Mr. and 6 hours Use. 115 HP Mercury Engine. Solid-Red .
Mrs. J. H. Moncrief. L. D. Green and Mrs. Trimmed in White. Seating for 4 Adults. .
Elise Pass visited Mr. and
tttINI; Mr. and Mrs Garl Mathews Mrs. Cecil Dees in !Mayo $329500
returned last Friday after Sunday.

.. spending the holidays with
their son and family, Mr. and !Miss Louise Stern and Mrs.
__ Mrs. Bruce Mathews, in Robbie Shaller of Starke and
Maitland.Mr. Mrs. Pat Murray of Lake City 1972 Olds 98 LS SedanFull
attended Luzier demon-
a power and air condition Black ft White paint One owner
and Mrs. H. L. Tolbert, stration at the Thunderbird Save
30,000 miles
car. Big on this one
!Mrs Ivan Nibiack and Mrs. Motel in Jacksonville Sunday.
Dorothy Cataldo of Lake City,
and Mrs. W. A. Bell of !Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay of $289500
Baldwin were Saturday Starke and Mr. and Mrs.
dinner guests of the Tolbert's Jimmy Lewis and family of
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Perry spent the holidays with
and Mrs. David Montgomery, !Mr. and Mrs. Atlee Gay in 1972 Pontiac Wagon Le Mans

at on Mrs. Tolbert's birthday. Leesville,, La. 3 sealer air condition power steering, power brakes

automatic transmission Sound clean little car Silver Gray
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i fir.t. 4 4 PAINTEDBcSWORDS 1971 Chevrolet Nova

4 2 door 6 cylinder. Standard shift with custom interior Good
4 sound transportation.

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I I 1971 Chevrolet Kingswood Estate Wagon
4 Fully Loaded with all power equipment, Medium Gold paint.

4 4I I GOLD CRESCENTS One owner.

r u ti 4 ..
a: 4 .,." .
i 4 1969 GMC Pickup
tt t Engine Standard Transmission. This Truck Runs and
& Drives like It's Supposed to. It's a Little Rough in Ap-

} BEAUTYREST at9 995We're PAINTED MOONS pearance Only. H09500V8 .

twin size m.lti.t or foundation 3 for 59C

offering the renowned Beautywhen and where you want it. And the ....
44 ..4 1972 Ford Custom
rest Back Care by Simmons for a limited ample layer of Simflex cushioning practically -

time only at this price. Once our present molds Itself to your body. a""xy :ar Light and Dark Blue Paint. V.8 Automatic Transmission,
inventory of this model is gone, there will Come In, take the lie-down test, and 10 GAL. Air Conditioned. One Owner Pickup Very Clean and
be no more. This mattress Is great for see for yourself. Get that great night's Sharp. Only 28.000 Miles
restful and healthful sleep. Hundreds of sleep that a Beautyrest gives.

comfort coils, each in Its own individual Great values on roomy King sizes, tool 259500

pocket, are free to adjust to your natural Hurry In while our supply lasts. SIMMONS Set

contours. You get the support you need, Doubl.mi** 1109 "..cft plln; King/ II.. $389 93 tt 4 Y
4I 4I I

I $998 It takes minute to
I only a get a Better DealJanuary

Denmark Furniture_ Co. Of Starkeoutrtttt" 4 I

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II Ruilding Codes Laivtey WaterFrom .............................. Possible Phosphate Mining Here Viewed With Concern By Chamber I,

(From u
( Page 1) An investigation of possible Bradford County Chamber of on some 3,001))acres of land the The Chamber will look Into pointed out that unless '

'forode also promised the cost estimates, an FHA Council was told, but it was plans for mining of phosphate Commerce.The corporation has recently Kerr-McGee's reclamationprocedures Bradford County does proper-
county a frugal administration 1- spokesman attending Monday estimated that the City would in southwest Bradford County possibility that Kerr- purchased in the county was and check out research and lays down some I'
of building code night's meeting, said the have to put up around $70,000 by Kerr-McGee Corp. is McGee might start a presented to the Chamber's state laws regarding restoringthe plan for presentation to (the ,
permits.. lie said the zoning minimum would have to be to make this plan feasible. planned by the Starke- phosphate mining operation? Board of Governors at their land when the mining Bradford Zoning Board

board has always operated to raised to $7.10 if only) 200 This figure would include .... .... meeting last Thursday, Jan. 3. project is finished. It was I
hold down increased costs to customers signed up. some $26,000 in interest
the taxpayer and that it will "The only alternative is to charges during the con I
continue to do so. get more) signatures or raise struction period, which were Henry Block has Efi'sioii1eiIomesHwy
Zoning Director L.t.! the minimum charge," the not figured into the $371,764
dames said that until the Council was told. revised cost estimate.
county grows, he will use a City Marshal M Jordan Spectator Wayne Massey 17 reasons why you
local building contractor as apart said he had worked) hard to get expressed surprise upon 100 \V. 964-5605 Starke, Florida !
tn We don't want to stop a believe he could possibly get utility tax was included as a come to us I
tarmer from building a barn," over 200. As for going back to proposed part of the city's . . . . 1 . . .
which Gaines said he has been the ones who had already plan for financing the project. for income tax help.l
accused of "but we want himto signed on the basis of a $6 The tax would be placed on all I H: ANEw :
build so the barn will minimum and ask them to utilities and would be paid by f.f.
stand." agree to a $7.10 minimum, all Lawtey residents whether Reason 1. We are income tax '
'It's a little reassuring that "They'd kill me," the marshal they subscribed to the water specialists. We ask the right *
our building contractor approve moaned. service or not. Camper Top >f r
this. .." Commission Members of the council "The FHA requires this questions. We dig for every honest *
Chairman Ralph Bryan statedas were equally reluctant to because they must have a deduction. We want to leave no *
he called for and received raise the $6 minimum which guaranteed source of revenueto *
unanimous approval from the they described as "already guarantee the loan" stone unturned to make sure you : With Any New Mobile Home :
board members. high," and discussed with City Lawtey's new mayor- pay the smallest legitimate tax. *
Torode said he expects Attorney Gene Shaw the commissioner Gene Pearson, *
Bradford County to continueto possibility of "kicking in" said. It was pointed out that Sold By Mark Olin :
grow regardless of the funds from other sources Lawtey was the only town in *
present energy crisis. (including revenue sharing) Florida "we know about" that AL41144IA444af44444444444444444444IL4NEW
in order to keep the projectcost doesn't already have such a sprpy
down to a figure that tax. "We haven't had it
could be handled with 200 because we haven't had any & USED OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
One difficulty with the customers at $6 minimum. improvements" Pearson iHXL
Game of Life Is that there Is Such a procedure would be said.
no all-star break. agreeable with the FHA. the In an effort to resolve the Furniture? & Appliances

stalemate attorney Shaw

finance suggested committee that the Council's(which fBHs HHr evEx HHHHHHNiTHE WASHER 8c: DRYER SALE

KEYSTONEMELROSE Pearson earlier had named to

include all council members) L C ..w-
meet and study the city's KenmoreDryer
Business finances to see if they could 201b
Directory come up with a plan to use INCOME TAX PEOPLE ,

other funds cost.A .to offset the increased 118 NORTH WALNUT ST. S1DD Speed 3 Cycle $IESWasher

FISHERMAN'S HARDWARE meeting for this purposewas Open AM Tot P.M.-Monday Thru Saturday Phone"..5786NOAPPOINTMENTNECESSARY
set for Monday night at
i SUPPLIES GARDEN 730.: ; ; ,,0.4, .

Slim's f'(:? 7 .pa6e HARDWARE Stinlen Occupy. a I !

Fislt-'N-Stuff (From Page 1)

<:rlckt"tl.shinnl'rs-Worms! Lhe Bait compll'te line or fldw.. conditioned and carpeted FAMILY' DISCOUNT STORES

:Minnows BENJAMIN: ; : MOOREPAINTS: comfort.
Plumbing& EIl'ctrica I Supp.T.CK.E.HODS.HEELS Now that Phase I, II and III
\ Gro-Tonl' Fertilizl'rsFlslII'G are complete future plans at
Insecticides BHS are to begin Phase IV fitaI"3.. 1
: & HUNTING: :
UCE'IS"S-\\I\Il''IITIO'I: ; : : : : ; : ; Lumber Building l\1att'rlals sometime this year with $1 ASoa
ICE Hwy. 21 :'Ii. 200 yds From light million state funds financedby o

Kl' !otonl' IIl'ts.'( 73-1:1i7: : Keystone heights "733663CAMP a bond sale in April. The
state has allocated $350
million in school constructionall Iwlrry-1
to be raised through the _
sale of bonds. U4

To III quire Subscribe Today Bradford County expectedto k '
get one-million dollars in
to the Lake Region the January bond sale. But
A( bout 11lol11tor some other counties needed 1.l
Monitor space more acutely than
Bradford, which now can .
Advertising"; Call/: house all its students. cs sJ

for all the news Phase IV will include three
1 John 1 Miller buildings which will go in backof ) I II
phases I, II, and III at BHS. .
call 473-221 The next three buildings will r I .yL7oye
964-6305 be a cafeteria, a social studies
complex, agriculture buildingand ='
home economics. The
AUTO SERVICE three new buildings will forma ,

square and leave a "com- t I. I
KEYSTONE mons" or "mall" area in the +o7oa -
Rubber Stumps The school board and staff oil. _
about Phase IV
are talking ;
Speed Wheel Balancing Jortlr chosen. Phase IV will complete
the high school; the only E r rfftLIMIT'
_ .\ Conditioning Service 'rf.lert'plr old building to be left will be LIMITI .... ....

the auditorium which is also Our 01."... Prlt., w. Our Dlr.rnInrr wr 0.D........ /"..werp/a.La Our DlKounl Price, w. Our ...,...r Pr/rr wrr yurr a 0. D..c.. wnt Plt, w.rl'r
Brake ServiceLubricationOil due a refurnishing in the next 100'% Pennsylvania, crude oil, 650-1 ply par roll. Chormin In.,d. frost light bulb..Two 22 oz. thick, creamy rich suds Perniontnt press settings' with, Cleans and preserves of I
few years. Costs to refurnishthe The finest lubrication, to protect has a cushiony texture and a in a package 40-60-75-100. to cut grease. Leave hands G.E. d.,..., card.... Us. ordinary ,. natural wood finishes,
Change JOHNSON AUTOTUNEUP auditorium is now expected your engine' from corrosion, dehcated fragrance too watts. feeling soft and smooth water One year warranty. Eliminates, scratches.
to exceed $150,000 far NO CALL BACK SLIPS NO CALL BACK SLIPS }
Tune l'p more than the $80,000 the \ \
General Rl'palrlng- renovating was expected to *; * *
Rebuilt -- Ins I-
Goodyear I Tires I Engines cost. \
:Minor Machine Shop Work ,

Automatic Air Conditioning Transmission- PnS; i1 ib:7: \ _. '

1 Ink. E. Off 21 and 1 Elk Tires Batteries Protest. :':I] -
. I. II: '
:N.; Off lOtI( ) :\Ion.-Frl. 7:30 A51.8PM: : -' .
KEYSTONE: IIGTS. ..73-1052 Sat. 7:30-1 P\I; __ SAVK<0* l ; I
LAKE GENEVA: .73-1117 (From Page 1) ="y = COUNSELOR QUALITY \



Prisoners Defense Committee _saaas WAS UJi wAS
Nell and Vicki Adams 0 9c .J.K_
Richard T. Fully adiustable. Weighs' up
Loyorn speaking for the African Iren.-ups, ballo..,.. lo 300 Beautifully, .lyl.d. Turns on autocratically when. 12 e.p. color cartridge
Beauty Style Shop Peoples Socialist Party rust & ,corrosion., Year round Whit., pink, green and gold. '7' "fruit' it pressed to reamer Ul type. Beautiful', cola pic,
Real Estate Broker appeared before the com protection you con trust. 1, listtd. One pear guarantee.Fights turos.SAVtltZ .

missioners to work out the ..-..-
LAKE PROPERTIES "Fora lovelier
"ground rules" for holding the
RESIDENTIAL you" all night vigil which began *'
Phone 72211: Sunday at 7
INSURANCE The demonstrators were SAYE :sdSX: T
Between denied access to the county EAGLE OIL 13 01. EAGLE
*' J
Keystone Ugts. 73.32i: Keystone r courthouse during the night FILTERS is SPRAY PAINT SAVE BONANZA 347. SAVE *. _

.73-1692 Heights ? but were permitted to ._ .........- PLASTIC 12" 1S" HIBACHI ON STAND .
Celia Tl'r\\lIIf'gar 96 .51 U \1l'lrole: assemble on the courthouse ... '7' SAVB------.1 3.04
Edna Knl'ppt"r .73-1111 OIL flU.1 WAI"m 350* EAGLE
with the
grounds understanding awe ,.1-.41' x4Q EAGLE FM AMWAJ.W'
:Martha. Durbin .73.3362 that the groundsand aNSN* WAS-8ec" HAIR DRYER PORTABLE RADIO
Jim Fo" 73-1U8 ane's 8 ,y buildings would not be A. UTILITY PAIL 16" U"-23" height w/swivel.
('.B.Jic.tfee I 473-10'1)) damaged or defaced. High, capacity oil, filter, 100"! p White.d colon and ossarr.s., B. 19 QT. WASTE BASKET duty leg chrome colt iron pbte body grill. Sturdy Heavy rrm .J6.9 w-!_
Boutique + The black activits groupsare pressure tested. Leak proof drying for interior\L... C. 15 QT. DISH PAN
S. E MCKAY wood side handle Four
REALTORMember and post Ejcelli.it for ,.. ,.
composed of the same Unconditionally guaranteed. ut."o D. Vk BU. LAUNDRY BASKET 'tions., Perfect for indoor .coda"
oroutdoor touch drylnq.Fo t.ryr
ups or spot .( Comes
: of or and Accessories \ people who ranged a march use. w
Society Sly lea home, travel or school .earphone.hand&cose.
from Gainesville to Starke .
Hl'sldl'ntial\ppraill'rl! For The Complete "\ .n nrn wi.rrs
Woman ), last December to protest the
S t'rnit I This Area For lI\\y, "I Between trials of the 14 black inmatesat TOUR CHOICE
26 Years Raiford who were
& :Melrose
Keystone SAVE uZ L'SAVE\
Mrs.1l'lba: IIgl'1I 473-1710 4152211Mrs. scheduled to go on trial at that uX lrrt
:\lrs.Dolorl's (.i1more 73.3600 W" time. SAVE s7X CANNON COTTON DISHCLOTH
: Joanne Gassett ..73.1622 Dean said that another SAVE ..*/ JCRGENS RIEGEL DISHTOWELS OR 1 GAL.
:\Ir. Ll'slieRoblnson .710:13: : demonstration had been BOTTLE OF SO VINYL SHOWER CURTAIN MURIATIC
planned for Arcadia on ::' -
RENTALS Saturday Jan. 5, and anotherfor \ !; I! w"11m I 20 TRASH CAN LINERS Off
in w.. R L ..J '7'-- Mlf1a 011 28 KITCHEN CAN BAGS
Office Pholle..73-1816 Triangle 1 "R" Tallahassee.The Tuesday. Jan. 8, w.-. _I I _I P6.Ito i P:)I w.ttr2'/' ASwuZLIr36

Fill Dirt Enterprise, Inc. demonstrators plannedto Fo".Io.fof pan and /l;-.t. Pkg.of 10.12".13" dish-,
picket the state capitol in colds. 50 'tablets bottle. 6 at. bottle of 't. clothes. PIkg'6 of 2 colorful Pool
sanitarian" chemical' Insures Plastic .
GENERAL CONTRACTORS Tallahassee to tocus attention hand lotion. iL. '" 'ow. x 6 I ow., kitchen bogs 44 qt.
Beach Sand Licensed-Insllred upon the plight of black G emtaun.Anraatlvedngns, .Iom.f r.tcum-lree. fillers.f"I' walls 20 bourne.and capacity. Trash liners 20
Featuring prisoners in the State of nw.ts gal eapaelry

Clay Fill The Lindal Cedar homes Florida. ; .
13.2110 73-3542 "The black population in
Tractor ork St.Rd.2IN. prisons across the state is 55 *
P.O. Box 6.17 percent, which is way out of \
line with the population of the \\.t SAVE 91Z j 4AV .. *
Land Cleared Electric Co. state" Dean said. "There are I'=. \ :. v SPORTSMANCALENDAR I 14"I50"
more than 30 million blacks LAYS uil: I 01. *' 0 WATCH ,. WOODEN FRAME
Hank IAen W.Ik>II.OwnerP that are potential victims of AQUA-VELYA rtft DOOR MIRRORS
Bruning 2-PIECE OLD SPICE a rt ....,, 111'.fiO' GARDEN HOSE
the prison system just TRAVEL SET IN BEER STEIN""- ....
because they are black. g
Commercial 1 jr
0 Box 41
Residential I "The black prisoners WAI e e / wss10A1'
coalition feels it is time for .J. ..- Berne DeLune Skindiver, Calendar Watch 10. n a I n. hardwood
Phone 413.4161 Electrical Fixturies Governor Askew to recognue Cologne and after shave 6 os. Ice blue after shave "JF t, Stainless, steel bock and illuminate! num. frame. Prednlled with Heavy duty 100"% vinyl,
IKeystoneHgts.473-3602 his responsibilities to all the lotion. Soft fragrance in a beautiful ceramic' .'.,n. ba,.. Leather band. Gift based screws far easy mount Delivers 410 gals, per
Lake Geneva people living in the State of MILS OUAMflTIIS LAST CHILI OUAMTITIII LAST ing. hour. 8 year guarantee


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January 10 1911 TELEC>,Al>|I Pages

********** *********
I Taxpayers Can Phone IRS Toll-Free For Tax Advice"Beginning Cars Abandoned Inside

this ye.r taxfree to have their tax The new system was in Residents in area code 904 1"e 0By *

payers throughout Florida questions answered," states operation on January 2, the this area, should dial 1-800-342- C City Due Attack I By
will be able to telephone the A. J. O'Donnell, Jr., IRS first day of tax filing season. 8300. Residents In the
Internal Revenue Service toll district director for Florida. Jacksonville metropolitanarea !JO n *
should phone 354-1760.( C ) Zoning ChiefBradford

Bible Rnswers r r "As a result all Floridianswill *

: now be able to obtain tax AL County Zoning Jt.ltIk or vehicle.If .
information and assistance Mona MarchantNow Director L. M. Gaines has
v not removed a report will
WHAT MAKES A PATTERN CHRISTIANITY? without leaving their homes been given the authority to V filed with Glen Sapp, state
enforce the ordinance against
and offices, O'Donnell says. rtorrtey's investigator forblIsecution.
By The IRS official emphasizedthat that t Christmas is over was to get a harmful chemicalof abandoned vehicles on
the bum total (of f what God has said about anything becomes the the toll-free will it's time for us to make the some sort the emergency residential property and in- .
pattorn for it Examine the following statements Ale they true system best of the washes there when 'Ines of from $1() to $500
false? or Charlotte LunsfordACRYLIC be particularly beneficial to new year. are you tends to begin a clean up told be set against violators,
taxpayers living outside of the Everyone was supposed to need them Instead of running campaign. Gaines said.y5Iiolcey .
19 cities where IRS offices are make 10( new year's down a hall to find water. Gaines talked with the city
, 1 All that God has said about the plan of salvation is resolutions) but
a pattern CARPETSThe located. I bet half of zoning board Monday night Says,
for salvation to every person. "Taxpayers who previouslyhad the people broke most of them and agreed to work with the

to drive a considerable over the weekend, but you'll city in cleaning up junked
I 2 All that God has said about the New Testament Church is a appearance and texture never tell. Congratulations to Steve automobiles.
> of acrylic carpets Is much like distance or make a costly long
pattern by which it is identified.
wool carpets. Acrylics are distance call will now be ableto Hall and Lisa Newman for Starke has an ordinance
reknown for their call us toll free," O'Donnell scoring the two most highest against abandoned vehicles
3 All that God has said about becoming a member of theLord's resistance to wearabillty and states. scores on the 12th grade and junk, Gaines said.
church is a pattern for everyone. soiling The Statewide Senior PlacementTest.
new started chairman Pat
staining, color retention IRS personnel are availableto year good City zoning
for BUS because now the The highest possiblescore Farnsworth agreed to take the
4 All that God has said about the acts of worship Is a pattern. resistance dyeability resiliency to abrasion and answer the local taxpayers'and toll-free students will have some heat, to be made was 495 and matter up with the city

This numbers each weekday from if they had any classes in the Steve scored 492. Lisa madean commission after the board
fiber is
5 All that God has said about the day to observe the Lord's non- to old B building. Everyone who overall score of 474. decided to cooperate in the
( 4:30
allergenic mildew proof and : a.m. : p.m.
Supper 'is a pattern for Christians. moth proof. Toll-free number to call will has !Math or Science is now in clean up campaign.Any .
the new of BUS. The vehicle left unattendedfor
the the tax-
Acrylic fiber is manufacturedfrom depend on area
6 All that God has said about the church and the support. of a synthetic polymer payers is calling from. The new building has very modern 30( days, inoperable, or
preaching is a pattern to observe. will be dance at the
equipment such as the There a without a valid license is
toll-free number for
composed of at least 85 per cent taxpayers
Shower and New Armory this Saturday abandoned Gaines said.A .
of in area codes 904 to call is 1- Emergency ,
by weight acrylonitrilevvttichis
7 All that God has said about the church and helping the liquid derivative of natural 8003428300. The Jacksonville Emergency Eye and Face night with Peace Machine letter will be sent to .w
needy is a pattern for Christians today gas and air. Sounds like a lot of number is 3541760.( wash, which is in all the presiding. Admission is $2 per owners of property where .
science classes. If someone person from 8-12 p.m. Gaines finds vehicles aban-
8 All that God has said about following Christ in Spirit, etc., is big the words fact but that it acrylic all boils carpetsare downto doned. A reasonable time will Pout be the cause. of s
d pattern for US. ; be given for the removal of the foreal fire!
Price high and quality.quality are available ,: .. te RS, ,:.W1\N,8, .\ -- .........
I count it safe follow A new class will be taughtby
to the information we have in the Bible. I from our store. Shop today and
commend what it says to everyone James said, "For whosoever compare our prices with others. Fords & Chevrolets Mr. Swinson beginning
shall keep the whole law and offend second semester. The class S. Fruit & Nut Trees
yet in one point he is guilty We know that you will be
65's and older will be entitled "Current
of all (James 2 10)Southside) .
pleased.eharlollek WE World Affairs" and will be Now Ready To Set
Church of Christ taught during the 6th period.
Students will receive a half

3 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON U.S. 301 AL IHERDON'SUSED credit in Social Studies for the PECAN FIGS
course. It will be open as an

Send! 'question,m,, Sr-hedule. cit. Services Carpels CARS elective for 10, 11, and 12th PEACHES GRAPES
i rjsev A ( ar'isir', 'unday

Vtiniste, < i Bible Study 3003 N E 19TH DRIVE across from 944 SE 4th St. graders. v. PEAR PLUMS
Rii 8o>,68 i Worship GAINESVILLE FLORIDA 326O1
I Starke cia open, Worship HONE ;9041373-9845 Alachua County Jail Gainesville Congratulatiuns to all of the PERSIMMON
Senior Superlatives: Best All
Around Donna Prevatt and POMEGRANATESfrom

Steve Register; Best Per-

i e I sonality Individual Larry--!Marian Sherman Lisa Newman Dowlingand ; Most $2.19 To $8.89

and Charles Holtzendorf;
Most Flirtatious Joy An-
STOKES drews and Lee Lester; Cutest

Debbie Ritch and Gerald
50 4z Meng; Most Intellectual -
u41; Crr Hjalmar McMillan and Steve
e Hall; !Most Talented Kathy
1 cPer Casey and Joey Bakken; Most

School Spirit Sally Torode
and Clinton Sellers; Wittiest
ifi Sandra Ebling and Dale Needs
Johns; Most Athletic Pam {

____ 1 1 11r Rayburn and Charlie Green;
Best Dressed Debbie Scott Cow Flao Peat

and Eddie Blalock; Most

I l Creative Nancy Fullwoodand Manure ALL ORGANIC
R ( James Harmon.

n 1 i'i't '",'rI Jflu STERILIZED 8u. 8ge


t-/ taAe hI{ ALL ORGANIC
Auction Set ::3 Bu $241
.iij I'f
,Pt s p $177

Next Thursday

f Final pecan sale of the

season will be held Jan. 17 at
the Starke State Farmers

Te>nM eepeel lf .- Market, says Market
: Ifp 1 i Manager Bob Allen.
lrf iI'' : "The Jan. 3rd sale was

.. supposed to be the final sale Get
\ ",,"';, but due to the volume sold in

r.' ra +u +s 7ffitoo' Pecans brought an averageof Ready
lb'91 .1:11 A 95 3!f .}'Sl' 22 cents a pound at the
auction held Jan. 3 at the

-otton corduroy Rugged Large selection of easy-care 100 polyester blends, Comfortable Special' buy1 Deck and basketPoly.ster and cotton blends Fa 'ada s s d. .na, Starke State Farmers Market.
styling" Brown 5.M.L XL polyester and nylon blended fab* pants that ner.rloseth.n l ball II yll, .. Cushioned 'inner. Lata'stylesOdeeieeonni, look Nylo" ."<,,, Sc''. ", Allen said a total of 35.309 SpecialAll
ncs, 14'! to 17 S, M, L. XL shape wde selection, 28 Ia 42. sales and arch Sue 7 trt32 patterand colors BMENS '0 1 19 of shoes' S'lOS' 1. 18 pounds of nuts were sold. He

said seedlings brought 20 i

..g cents a pound, that Stuarts
\ ranged 24 1-2 cents a pound Sprinklers

t st s\tv ,ri Qo".J. r that Curtis nuts sold at 25
/ cents a pound and the mixed
nuts at 20 cents a pound.
{.f e i ( ; "Our quality was variable & Hoses

/ r with a lot of poor nuts being
{ \ "'{:;; 1 offered and the demand was

,......... f(; "je'"j ; down on everything except
+"' t ; good quality," stated Allen. Now 15 % Off

I f -r brought"also the our mixed average nuts down had
... '_ too.
.... fI'
:.tc *
it ,rl'i; .
----a :; \ ic 'AV. 2... U ry The contract negotiations EST CENTER

,,, arc( so cxcituip'ii;/ '
f.4. IAV tfX O"TlQ{, East Call St.
sports that sometimes (-

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Em ..J.H5 ......,. tal .R11 .. ... wAs ... rf'n nar.
m '"
Choice of' patterns, stripes Vmyl shell with. nylon quilted J Short sleeves Eoiycare bltnd. Latest Calais. Many .,,1... H,. .... A-
or solids, All in easy care lining' Zipper packers, Worm.' Choice, styles, patterns, lob heels, plaiform, soles All are m* 100% cotton corduroy with qi,J' 100' spot dyed JC .
blends. Sues 29 to 42 pite, collar Popular brown m 'Ties end colors Sues S, M, L beautiful 1 leather Sit, 7 '.12 ed 1001. nylon lining Full belt pockets Boouhfu, v s'' ted
sizes, S, M, L and XL W and XL.. .t rt- Flop pockets Brown 9 to 18 Yarn covered buttons 34-40

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Imported D leather AAVE *.... s x f s l r L pt

boots. Leather MEN S STYLISH DRESS SHOES... .. illtBIE:
lined. Black
only Hand*
6 and com.fortoble. AA Em w'1J a ap ",'rr '' I ;

5 to 13.wd.. ..I..n.f popular styli
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and c.lo. Sues 7 la 12. .... s r 1 J4

C ,,, i L.I L4 x .19 .29 .39

i.1II' 1 MAKER" MEN S ... rtn mAkr,

;;S rtn... 1Ef SUEDE LEATHER CASUALS ..J.-T ......., Mi1

YourChoicot" 50' polyester" SO' .. wt r-t'1: 1001 c..n'l.nnol.' 2-pc .'n' C."o" .u.do.1I S'ietrimmed ', '. NATIONAL FABRIC ALSO FEATURE ONE OF THE: LARGEST SELECTIONOF
tl'i poly.tieIS1! cotton. cotton Comlortoble, with betn .1.".. waist, notched calla Quitted, iv'O'' 'of
No .h",. .Q.' Never neede "fit Better quality underwear ..., and trim Colorful' (eta 'lining. Girls '
S'm79ro0. i.ie> \, M,, L and XL. qe ttil d Jeathai Crepe piping' prints >'10""onn9 DOUBLE KNITS IN CENTRAL FLQRIDA.I .
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I To 3 Straight VictorUnion 'ies In Weektwo

and Newberry gained another
County High's Tiger teams were displaying shaky good job when they went in. baskets by Mike Dorey Scott. basket which made the score
basketballers held on to their offenses. With 6:33 left in the The first five kept the game and a layup by Wallis and 14-11, Newberry.
perfect record making it 9-0 first half the score had only pretty well in hand during the Tigers Stirley Jones Jones and Perry then each
added a
after three victories over moved to 16-11, LB. first half," comments Head Abraham Perry then 6-6 hit on five foot shots to boost
Williston 56-45 Tuesday night, Then the Tigers hit a Tiger Jimmy Thomas. basket each to tie the score first the Tiger in front 1514. Dorev
Newberry 68-56 Saturday scoring streak with three "Stirley Jones played one of with 4:24: left in the scored a basket for the
night and Chiefland 54-51 last straight baskets. The first wasa his better games in the first quarter.Newberry. added another Panthers then McGill added a
Friday night. 10 footer by McGill followedby half. David Banks and Jack McGill went 10 foot shot for the Tigers to
Union is now 5-0 in the a layup by Maxwell and a McGill led the reboundingwith basket then Jack fouled end the first quarter 17-16. UC
Suwannee Conference and is 15 footer by Roman Stuart. eight each," says up for layup and was for the The Tigers got off fast early
This pushed the score to 2211. and made three points McGill
contending for first place. Thomas. them in front 98. in the second period,
Throughout the first half the One Willison basket by The Tigers play Friday Tigers to put two more and Perry each hitting on 20
Newberry game it was close, Jeffery Jelks was followed by night in Lake Butler against Newberry by got Dorey and the footers fur a quick two points
but Lake Butler returned to three more straight Tiger West Nassau, then play baskets, one to them H. Herrington then posted two
take charge in the finale. baskets. Hawthorne at the Buchholz:: other by Scott put left points for the PanthersSee ,
with 1:56
Griffin hit the first back in front 12-9 :
I ; Abraham Perry's 23 points Lorenzo High School Saturday night.
and Jones and Stuart then in the quarter. McGill (! I'affp( 7))
and Jack McGilI's 17 points one Then Tuesday night the Tigers
and 17 rebounds put the Tigers added one each making the travel to Newberry to face the made a 15 footer for the Tigers
4VIy1 I 28-13 with 2:61: left in the -.. .._
in front to stay with a 21 point score Panthers. -- .. -
lead in the third quarter. first half. Terry Miller then hita Score By Quarters: ""* """
Larry Green led Newberry in 10 footer for Williston and UC 14 18 11 13 56 NEW CLASSESFOR
: scoring with 22 points. Griffin and Maxwell each hit W 8 8 11 18 45
McGill led the Tigers in the for another Tiger basket to UC Jones 6-0-12, Perry 2-0-
Chiefland game with 16 points end the half 3216. 4, McGill 2-3-7, Maxwell 3-0-6,
I and Abraham Perry followed Behind with a 16 point Stuart 1-0-2, Banks 1-0-2, MEDICAL TECHNICIANSAT
: with 14. This tripped Chiefland deficit, Willison'' kept the gap Young 2-1-5 Albritton 3-0-6, EMERGENCY
54-51 in a Suwannee Con- the same in the third quarterbut Griffin 3-0-6, Baswell 306.
; ference contest. five of 11 points were Totals 26456.
m scored by foul shots. The Williston-Cash 1-1-3, Rivers Bradford-Union Area Vocational-Technical Center
WILLISTON: GAME: Tigers were shooting from 10- 71.15,Jelks 5-1-12,Cyrus 1-0-2
20 feet out and were hitting Miller 1-0-2, Betsick 2-5-9, BEGINS JANUARY 21,1974
The Tigers completely just enough, not to let Doerr 102. Totals 18945.
dominated the Williston game Williston gain any ground. At MEETS MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYSTIME
after jumping in front 12-6 late the end of the third period the
in the first period. By the end score was 43-27, Lake Butlerin NEWBERRYGAME: : 10PM..
of the first eight minutes Lake the fourth period The Tigers proved a tough
Butler was leading 14-8. Mostof Williston closed the gap to 11 host to Newberry last Registration Fee: $2.00 Plus
the scoring for Lake Butlerin points 5645. During the fourth Saturday night in Lake Butleras
the first period can be at- quarter both teams were Union County rolled 68-55 IS NOT A BASIC FIRST AID COURSE. PERSONS
ati tributed to Joe Maxwell and making careless mistakes and over the Panthers.In INTERESTED IN THIS PROGRAM SHOULD ALREADY
Stirley Jones, each with three were shooting cold. the first quarter
baskets.In "I thought it was a good Newberry jumped in front 6-2 HAVE COMPLETED A BASIC FIRST AID PROGRAM.

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High cagers Madison at one point duringthe Friday night the Tornadoeswill pN p 114i 3
boosted their record to 6-2 so game but they let it slip travel to Orange Park for RpA1D E ERES E
far this season, rolling 67-47 away and BI-IS was in front at one of the most important L 1'16
over Madison in Madison halftime 28-14. games of the year. : 1'141 i
Tuesday night.Bradford Both teams started playing
.This is the team for us to
played host to tough defenses in the third beat, if we are going to do / 12U
Madison in the second game of period but BUS still outscored anything in the conference ? 1i1
Madison 16-14 to make the
the season and won the game running, this is a very im TT S
score 44-28 at the end of the
6254. Madison's record is 14. third portant game to us," says 331
Curtis White led the Tor- quarter. Sexton. ANp 'II19i
BUS then just over powered
nadoes in scoring Tuesdaywith Park had 3.18
Orange a 6-3 '
Madison in the fourth quarter, ,
18 points while making record before Tuesday night. 1,,1 -
outscoring them 23-19 to end -
second in rebounding with 10. The Raiders won the Florida -
Donnie Sewell was the top the game 6747. Star Conference Tournament ;: 9'1
"We played good ball and :
rebounder with 12. Sewell also Championship in Bolles four 13i543i11
had a real fine team effort
made 12 Alvaughn weeks iii
pOints. ago.
from player after the
Golden added 12 points to the 524119024
first quarter, says Head
Tornado effort.TheRame!
Varsity Coach Mike Sexton of Score Bv Quarter:
started out slow BUS 16 12 16 23 67
the Tornadoes.
for both teams but when about Mad. 10 4 14 19 47
five minutes had ticked away "I substituted freely BBS White 8-2-18. Golden 6- cvE FROM
the Tornadoes started coming through the game and the 0-12,Sewell 5-2-12, Hodge 3-0-6 .rtES:
alive to take a 16-10 first ballgame was in our controlthe Hampton 5-1-11, Aldridge 2-0-
quarter lead. The Tornadoeshad whole time." commented \\.
a span of 19 points over Sexton. (See Page 7) \ ..

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Tuck's Robbed, f \ .w...J- BHS Wrestlers To Host First Meet Thursday J;! I

Vandalized .
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Bradford High wrestlerswill of them. "We haven't won any to Ocala Forrest 42-12 in division, 175 and up. Wallace program and is the first
Vandals broke Into Tuck's I.I I. face first competition on but the boys have shown real Ocala. pinned his man in 45 seconds. organized team.In .
Drive-Inn Restaurant on 361 S. their home field tonight good improvements," says Frankie Crews, a ninth Wallace is a junior 250 pound a match each man
Walnut St., early Saturday against Ocala Forest starting Coach Emilio Gonzalez.The grader In the 100 pound class tackle on the football team. wrestles for three two-minute I
morning, Jan. 5, taking an at 7 p.m in the BHS gym. team is made up mostlyof pinned his opponent in less Earl Biggs in the 114 pound periods or until pinned for six "
assortment of food and money So far this season Bradford ninth and tenth graders. than a minute and a half. The class, Bret Marchant in the points.
and generally wrecking the wrestlers have been in three Bradford's last meet was last only other match victory for 121 pound class and Arnie Other members of the team ;
Inside of the restaurant .L!, p ? Ill matches but have not won any Tuesday night when they lost Bradford was by Gary Gibson all wrestled good are Laciner Harrell, 12-140;
Wallace in the heavy weight matches, according to Gon- Joe Lazenby, 9-147; Harry
zales McWilliams, 10-159; Jimmy i
Officer J. L. Howard's Freshman Ken Whitehead, Clark 9-187; Gary Rowe 11-
report of the Starke Police Blanding Deer Kill Down coming back for the first time 205; and Tom Edwards, 10- j I
Department stated that since his injury, wrestled one 225. Edwards won his first J
sometime between 9 p.m. on of the better wrestlers in the match and is undefeated.
Jan. 4 and 5 a.m. Jan. 5th r Due To Hot state and did a pretty good "I'm expecting a little
person or persons unknown Dry WeatherDeer job, according to Gonzalez. different type of match. I
broke into Tuck's restaurant. BHS has weight classes that expect to score a heckuva lot
Entry was gained by breaking ended Sunday, they don't have wrestlers to more points than 12 next time
the window of the south side of season hunted area, Smith said. "but it is usually a fine of $250 in and the team around," Gonzalez.
compete says
Dec.6 at sundown with quite a
"We had 26,453 hunters enter
the building. plus the cost of replacing the
the needs more participants. Thisis Admission tothe match Is$1
drop percentage-wise
gates this of this
: Y kill over last in the year as deer which amounts to about the first time that BHS has for adults and 50 cents for
Subjects vandalized the .'...'. """"' .......,,,.,, Blanding area. year date."Although $125." had any type of wrestling students.
Blanding is
inside machine open the :i::{ J: .: Last year 224 deer, 28 heavily populated with game .
cigarette taking an ";,,, turkeys, 44 hogs were killed the dry weather experienced TOrllulofJs RollFrom
unknown amount of (
cigarettesand the whole season which
... throughout the hunting season
took all the money from "" .. closed Jan. 1. ATTENTION ADULTS
: this year has been a con-
the juke box. The window on b. "This year, 158 deer were tributing factor to the light ( Page 6)) "Opportunity is Yours"
the side door was broken out ,,- reported killed as of Jan. 4 kill," Smith continued.The 4, Berry 1-0-2, McMillian 0-0-0
food was thrown and spreadall with probably 20 or 25 more to Green 102. Totals 31567.
over the inside of the Julie Fuller (left) and Pat Weeks have inspired their over the weekend," Frank
go dry weather prohibitsthe Madison New Semester will begin January 21, 1971 at Bradford-
restaurant. The back door was speech students to take part in three major forensic tournaments Smith of the Florida Fresh dogs being able to Moore 1-3-4
pick up Davis 1-0-2, Haynes Union Area Vocational Technical Center, 609! North
found standing wide open at 5 this year. As a result. Bradford High School and Water and Game Commissionsaid. the scent as well and run the 6-11-23 .
Grahm Street. Courses V. Approved. Courses
2-0-4, Aikins Orange are
Saturday Middle School 3-6-12,
a.m. morning. speakers have eanred a dozen top awards In deer.
Stuart 113. Totals for Vocational Skills and to
leading High
District 2 competition. 132147. courses
Smith also stated the kill in "The deer don't
move Bradford's junior varsity School Diploma will be offered Day and Night.
the Blanding area was way around as much in dry
Debate Coaches Lead StudentsTo down this year. "Probablydown weather, stay down in the cagers Darrell Mooty beat Madison was the 5946.
20 to 25 percent but those swamp area and hunters can't leading OKI Examination be administered the week of
scorer for BUS with 19
I figures cannot be tabulated get to them," Smith added. points. February 4. January 25 will be deadline for making
Top Tournament HonorsForensic until after Jan. 6," Smith said. Smith also stated the illegalkill application for GEU.COURSES.
Smith contributes this dropin in Blanding is high and has

Coaches Julie speech students through three kill in the Blanding been for several years. Smokey Says:
Joan third
Dyal won place OFFERED
Area to several "Fines
Management for
Fuller BHS, and Pat Fuller major tournaments where with her debate illegal killing
BMS, have led Bradford they have earned a dozen circumstances. vary according to cir-
top in the October
place honors. points tourney. "Blanding is a heavily cumstances," Smith said, KEEP Nei l lF

aataa The high school and middle Thirds place in debate in the American HistoryArt
school students entered December, BHS meet went to REI
301 competition at Gainesville Julie Griffis and Brian McGill, Perry Lend Tigers; . .

High School in October; Patray. Americanism vs CommunismBasic

Ribault High, Jacksonville, in (From Page 61)
: November, and Bradford Bradford Middle School Education
DRIVE-IN High for the December student Becky Brown has making the score 21-18, 23, I\IcGilI6-5-17, Maxwell 5.0- (Subjects below 9th Grade)
District II contest. placed first, second and third Tigers 20( Stuart 2-0-4 Banks 1-0-2,
Top honors have gone to place honors in the three Jones then was fouled and \oung 102. Totals 28-12-68. Driver Education
SHOW BEGINS AT Bobby Jenkins in oral in- tournaments with her original made both ends of a oneandone NB-Howard 2-0-4 Green 11- \ \ o
SUNDOWNSUN. terpretation for winning first oratory. siutation followed by a 0-22, Miller 2-1-5, H. McCray 6- English
MON.TUES. place in all three tour. basket by Joe Maxwell. Now 0-12, King 2-1-5. Neal 1-1-3, High School Review
naments. Other BMS learning the Lake Butler was leading 25-18 McCray 215. Totals 26-4-56.
FRI. a SAT. Another high school student, forensic arts are: Rickie with 3:59: left in the first half. Lake Butler, led by Jack Japanese Embroidery
Diane Yawn won first placein Harvey and Leroy Woodard For the rest of the first half McGill with 16 points and
UNsIoppAbtE1UNbfbEYAblE1! oratory at the BHS tour debate; Andrea Eaves, extemporaneous both teams played a tough Abraham Perry with 14, Leadership Training
nament and second place in speaking; see-saw game, but the Tigers tripped Chiefland, 5451. Small trees die easily I IDe Math
Jacksonville.. Becky Sheering, Janine added three more points and Friday night in their
UNbEATAbtdT James Chandler took thirdin Griffis and Arlene Griffis by the end of the second Suwannee Conference contest. Band (for Adults)
oral interpretation Chantel were leading 3528. ..
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Bradford High's contest. Jenkins, original oratory.. Union County dominated the Weightlifting ( for adult men)

Darla Christopher received third period allowing Wilt Jones Skimnastics (for adult ladies)
third place for her efforts in Future tournaments includea Newberry to score only eight
extemporaneous speaking at trip to Terry Parker High points while UC scored 15 Chorus and Music Appreciation

the same tournament. Darla School, Jacksonville That points.Lake.
Funeral Home Courses for Senior Citizens
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Jan. 12.And straight baskets at the
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EntertainmentFeaturing March 8 and 9. during this part of the quarter
ANattonol, General Picturvt' R.l0mv were tip ins or long shots.
[JoC] :a- Color (Q The ultimate solution to By the end of the third
Union was leading 50-
lies in the
race problem
fourth it
36. In the quarter
willingness of men to obey the seemed like spurts of luck

PLUS ffjeveriuFriday :la'JeNa.huili. unenforceable. w a rim would run into one team for
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awhile then to the other team.
"HerculesAnd With 5:15: left in the game
V.cahot the Tigers haJ a 21 point 60-39

The -Saturday lead when Newberry came ti..r/rT m,
NightiMIM back with three straight IIII !
Women"SUN. baskets by Danny Riffle to .....,
Captive Paves Now R.I....; close the gap to 6045. L- :
"L.t'.Sing a Song Then Lake Butler pushedthe i I \
Toother" 1 to 6445. After that
air score
8e MON. ifI
the Panthers came back with
and f f'STORM
te6E another scoring streak this

"PoseidonAdventure" "I.Low fttlng Around time making seven points
you" t j straight, making the score 64- 15\ I
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ENTERTAINMENT4NIOHTS Frequent scoring by both
WEEK cieSUNDAY teams ended the game 68-55 in
WITH .......................... favor of the Tigers."It .

EVERY WEDNESDAYIS SCHOOL was a hell of a ballgameand .
Dean Hackman 9:43 a.m. everybody that played did
DANCE CONTEST NIGHT an outstanding job, says
PLUS .......................... Enjoy the warm and Inspiring Head Varsity Coach Jimmy
Worship Service Thomas. "I can't single out
"VanishingPoint" Bobby's at 1:00 A.M.Sermon any individual but Jack
: McGill and Abraham Perry i
"The Real Energy Crisis"AGREAT played outstanding games, as f
Hideaway usual."
Perry led the Tigers in

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ebiTORiA1SQr k County Agents By .' "

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Tile Millage That CountsA There are several timely Equine Infectious Anemia

things that should be or Swamp Fever, is an aC\.lte.
discussed this time of year. It subacute, or chronic viral; t'

property at 100 per cent of actual value.If is time for you to make your disease affectng horses It is
letter mailed from the office of for your spring garden not transmissable to man or
he does do this the State comes in, plans
best time of animals. It is tran-
County Tax Assessor Gene Long last and this is the other
week gives some sobering informationto checks prices on recent property sales in year to transplant fruit trees, smitted by biting insects suchas
Bradford the area, and if the assessor is not in shade and flowering trees and mosquitoes, horse flies and
County taxpayers.The
line, his tax roll is rejected. ornamentals. biting lice There is no known
cure or vaccine for the
letter states: "In compliance with DuPont Employees Complete A home garden does rot disease.
Florida Statutes, Chapter 73-173 (House Under the Hunnicutt appraisal, have to be a big operation to(
to increase substantially vegetablesfor The important thing now is
assessments are sure produce enough
1331)) reappraise
we several all horses to
for that moving
perhaps as much as fifty per your family
properties (Real and Personal)) for 1974at months in the I have shows fairs, rodeos racetracks
But this does not year
100 per cent of today's market value-- cent in some cases. Heavy Equipment TrainingGraduation seen numerous plots no bigger boarding stables or
present worth, present replacement cost mean that taxes must go up fifty per than 50 feet square that had offered for sale must have a
cent. certain vegetables go to negative test to the disease
(less depreciationremember) sales certificateswere manager; John Ruffini, the vo-tech school and the waste. A good garden plan within the past 6 months

indicate value. After the new values are determined, presented recently by W. production supervisor; and community can work togetherfor would help produce a varietyof Practicing veterinarians can
E Dampier, director of the Gene Pearson, training their mutual benefit. vegetables in the right perform the test for you
"Even though your property didn't the assessor is required to write each of Bradford-Union Vo-Tech supervisor. amount for you at the lowest Again, call me if you have

sell, by comparing similar property the taxing authoritiesthe county, the School to 14 employees of the The 160-hour course In- Pictured above are the men possible cost and with the questions or want to know
city, and the school boardinforming DuPont Company who had volved maintenance and completing the course and least amount of effort more about the disease or
which did sell will be able
we to get a them what their new millage should be completed the 160) hour Heavy for their instructors: First row ((1- ,horse movement regul tiortil.FORESTRY'*.
good estimated value. To receive the Equipment Course. operating techniques rl) : Charles Crews FordManning You should consider the size I
in the amount of diesel tractors,
in order to bring same
Harold Alvarez amountof
agricultural assessment, a bonafide of family and the
and similar
The festivities were con- mobile
If cranes
in the
tax revenue as previous year. Buford Hutcheson William to be canned
agricultural operation must be conducted used produce
in the units
the taxing authority does not agree to private dining heavy equipment Oster Leon Sullivan, and AI for en, stored or sold, as wellas
on said property. room of the Garden by DuPont in its mining '
this rollback, it must hold a public Restaurant on Tuesday. Dec. operations at Camp Blanking Ells, instructor. that used fresh. Then ;'

hearing before setting any millage 19. Attending the luncheon on and Lawtey. Part of the determine the number of rows IN BRADFORD COUNTY .::
The letter explains that Hunnicuttand Second row (l-r): Lamar each of vegetableand
of variety
higher than the tax assessor's" figure. behalf of the school system course was conducted at the t
Associates, Inc., a Florida-owned were Ted Oglesby Wendell \o-tech school in the Scott Earl Mosley Walter begin to design your

company of St. Petersburg, and Kilpatrick, and Roy Sellers. classroom and the shop, while Frick, Joe Thornton John garden. Many gardeners find BY JOHN
the Commiss'onand Diggs, Carlton Lee, Larry draw out on
Last County to paperthe
professional appraisers since 1926, have year, AI Ells, instructor for the the field work was carried on it helpful I'
Norman, Farr, and each and
the City of Starke complied with the of the Wayne location of row O'MEARA
the the areas
course in mining
been retained to perform certain field Roy,Sellers, instructor.The the crop or succession of crops
suggested rollback of approximately halfa graduates on their DuPont plants
work in this .
program. and the to be plantedThe
achievement mannerin
mill, but the School Board held at its Howell out that
which they responded to the Mr course fee paid by ''',
full ten mills which is the maximum would be to
( DuPont appreciates the op- DuPont amounted to $100 next step '
"This reappraisal is not a matter Of instruction. per
amount allowed by law. portunity to use the expertiseof trainee and in addition, the choose a good location for Tree planting.! is something
choice. It is a matter of complying with Florida excels in like Bobby \
Representing the DuPont the vo-tech staff and their provided some your garden. Select a plot of
the laws of Florida," the letter states. Under the rollback it's Company at the luncheon fine facilities lie praised the company technical assistance and good, well-drained soil near a Fischer chess or Billie Jean f""
"We will appreciate your full requirements, were Gordon Howell, plant course as an example of how training aids, water supply. It should be King at tennis ;!
the that takes the tax dollars out j
the home for convenience J
cooperation in this objective. For seven of the past ten
of your pocketnot the assessment.In but should not be years, t tree planting.! machines 1\i
shaded by tall buildings and of sotting out Kl.Oliil
capable I
And here's the meat in the coconut:
order to force a rollback, two state trees. seedlings a day have helped i,
All values are SURE to increase, but have already pre-filed bills-- Florida landowners. both ::
with the roll-back the legislators There are many other
proper millage by private and corporate, set a J
rollback of at least two
one a considerations in growing a "
School Board, the County Com- national iccord During \1972) :!
mills and another requiring a rollback of garden that I will discuss in
missioners, and various municipalities, three mills. Assessor Long thinks thatan ; ) future articles. Things like 7.J.: Flondians planted lit to
million seedlings -- enough
taxes should not increase. Our : MF soil preparation liming and
even better plan would be to requirea ) reforest! t IJHWH) acres The i-
responsibility is VALUENOT TAXES. fertilization, organic matter,
\ before, it was 121 million "
rollback fixed basis. If year
on a irrigation, and insect and
Our new values will be what we considerto seedlings.
assessments go up fifty per cent, then disease control. In the
100 cent and in
represent per our millage should be rolled back fifty per meantime you should get A little more than hill ol I"
opinion, will meet the requirements of of circular KM,
cent, he believes. And this would your copy these commercial seedlingswere I'
Florida Statutes 73-173." (End quote). appearto Vegetable Gardening Guide produced in state nurseries \
be only fair. from my office to use as a the rest were grown l hy J: ,
reference as you initiate your private nurseries
In have
prior years many taxpayers But is the to the problemof r plans this .
millage key w tae year.I
blamed the tax assessor's office when I
In the three
higher taxesnot assessments. And I a state nurseries
their taxes increased sharply, but this is would be well advised to rad I get calls throughout the Munsonon Blackwater River
unfair criticism. As stated in the letter, taxpayers + year about when is the best State Forest. Andrews at
the responsibility of the assessor's office watch this situation come next July and N s. t+d i JaL.a time to transplant trees and Chit-Hand and lIerren :Nurseryat ; ."

is VALUEhe has nothing to do with insist that the proper rollbacks be placedin ornamentals. This is it, Punta Gorda -- young pines ,Ii
effect. and ol other
1a variety speciesget
setting the millage that ultimately 4,- 4 Plants transplanted now Yt'ar-round attention This
determines the amount of taxes paid. b .A will have time to get "settled begins the moment they are I,,
will be rude
Otherwise there
in" before the Hush of
spring checked for disease characteristics .'.
Under state law the assessor is awakening when taxpaying time comes growth. Why not set the fruit as small transparentseeds .
next November. or shade tree that you'vewanted until t they are leadv to
charged with fixing his assessment! of all
the back whilewe
in be scooped with a scoop bar. ,
*have good weather duringthe then trundled out ol the I
transplanting season? ground by a gentle conveyor
a -- You'll be glad you did when belt into revolving tubs on
you sit under the shade and what is perhaps the lastest I.t'

I Too Long Delayed tl. -: I / \ : eat the fruit you producedI world tree-lilting process In the .:.;.

I have had several calls
recently about two animal In a single day more thanbUU.UUU

Wouldn't it be a great resolution for But we ordinary citizens like to diseases and Blackleg fever in in horses.cattle tubbed( l and seedlings transported can be to

the new year if the nation's planners, procrastinate too..postponing There swamp is no epidemic of either weighing sheds There quick

both government and private, would distasteful decisions as long as possible.In disease in our area even hands sort the seedlings roll "

agree to cut out administrative this respect, could our government though there have been them in moist batting and

procrastination and act realistically in merely be reflecting our own short- have reports been that affected.a few animals spray heavy of brown water paper insures A their t tine ',

1974? comings? freshness when they are ')
opened by a busy landownerA I

Because they have not bounced done so into in the wJ(} 000UCJCJc f]OGJ94] 0IJ EQLUa4 desease Blackleg that is usually a sporadic attacks of nylon strapping with giant secures bobbins the-

the nation has one few animals
past only a young in
bundles and they are fork )

blind economic man pitfall leading after the blind.another, like a Prison JC'sCommended EHB DCCOtEEEBC'This (} [! ( [ UI13(3( the animal herd.through Bacteria punctures enter the in lifted onto loading.! platforms '

the skin. The disease is not The pines and other
contagious it does not spread evergreens, Christmas-like in
The major problems now besettingour tangled mass of roots Now that the old courthouse from animal to animal. their fragrance, are an easy
nation were as predictable as death being loaded for a trip to the grounds are soon to be landscaped Vaccination is the best control day's work compared to the
and taxes and could have been Not all things that happen in the City Dump, is all that remains as part of a restorationof for Blackleg. Vaccinate newer species of the busy
eliminated or greatly lessened if action Florida Prison System are bad. the old mulberry tree that project, the treewhose roots animals between 6 months nurseries, reports the Division
had been taken in time. shaded the southeast side of were endangering the foundation and 2 years of age. If you have ol)f Forestry, Florida Department ,
the old Bradford County of the buildingwas had experience with the of Agriculture and ,
It is that inmates of
encouraging some courthouse for many years. sentenced to deathxxxx disease it might be good to Consumer Services
As pointed out by a noted business penal institutions do have concern for vaccinate calves at 3 to 6

analyst, the oil shortage, for example, their fellow man, as illustrated by the -'*:: :: :: :::::::<;:::::::::>:::::::::::::::::;.::f:$::::;:.;;.Vtffff::: :::: :?':&:;';';':';';::'..':'.:.:,'.,'.'..::.;:;:::::::::::::::::%:::w--x--x-x-x-x-x:: : :;: : : ::: :.:x<;-:>:xxx-x: : : : ::::xxxX:;::::: :: :::: months of age and again at Green ash sycamore. oaks
was forseen at least two decades ago and holiday project of a unique chapter of weaning time.. Call me if you dogwoods sweet gum and
have about trial hardwoods
plans could have been implemented to the Jaycees, made up of forty inmates of Blackleg.questions take hand labor and generally
avert the current crisisbut neither Florida State Prison in Bradford Richard Crews May Undergo expensive to grow than

government or private enterprise acted County. cOnifers.
decisively. HistoricalMeeting; ;

The incident is related by Prison Soon Set Young women and veteran
Kidney Transplant nursery helpers bend their
Instead of developing their domestic Superintendent G. S. Fortner who backs to loosen; the long, limbv'

supplies, some oil companies decided it commended the action of the "0 Unit For Jan. 17 roots of these plants. From

would be far more profitable to import Jaycees." a chapter that is affiliated their labor, many trees are
Richard Crews Bradford projects during the past two sorted
into special packets for
inexpensive foreign crude. It looked with the national Jaycee organizationand
County 20-year-old kidney months, and other fund- The Bradford County sale accost to urban residents
better on their profit and loss statement, has an all-prison membership. Like patient, has regained strength raising projects are in the Histonal Society will hold its Large quantities of the live
and made the stockholders happier. all the other chapters, the prison unit sufficiently to permit him to i making quarterly meeting in the oaks!! will be shipped to

has a program to lend support to worthy undergo a kidney transplant The kidney for the tran- Starke Library Thursday housing developments or to

The federal government could have causes inside and outside the institution. operation three or four within weeks, accordingto the next splant will be donated by night, Jan. 17, at 7-JO: private nurseries for potting
its Richard's father, Raymond and resale as balled trees.
incentives imposed
developed or word from Shands Teaching Members are asked to bring
demands on these companies, but for Members of this chapter recently Hospital in Gainesville. Crews, a retired county road items for a show-and-tell Florida is the first state to

fear of losing votes, or for other political presented a check for $350 to worker. session, and also report on initiate this type of service for

reasons our leaders failed to act. Rodeheaver Boys Ranch, representingmoney Richard spent the holidaysin articles they will give or lendto non-commerical growers and
the hospital due to his lopeto the Bradford County buyers. One nursery. llerren.
earned by 0 Unit members for weakened condition following SENO w oe Museum which it is hoped to is solely devoted to efforts to

The country's passenger railroad picking up pecans, for which they were treatment on the dialysis \ open in the old courthouse in reforest denuded subdivision
system all but collapsed before a paid ten cents a pound. machine, and will remain t V'pvv time for the Bicentennial and treeless vistas of South
decision was finally made that it must be there until time for the celebration in 1976. Florida.

saved. Big automobiles poured off the Superintendent Fortner said that in operation 1 } Work on the courthouse The Homeowner Seedling

assembly line until cities almost choked addition to the gift to Boys Ranch, the His holidays were "When it's all sold and structure is progressing, anda Packet Program i jg hold
and buyers were forced to seek out prison chapter sent $144 to Children, brightened by visits from More than $3.000 for the project for landscaping the throughout the stale und w ill,
friends and members of his fund has been raised! by done, the only person easy is scheduled be held on SATIH{|>,\\ .
smaller grounds
foreign cars. also to start
Inc. child The chapter "
a care group. family who spent Christmas various school and civic to deceive I..* yourself. soon.miiij JANUARY 12. in Starko
furnished work parties when requestedto day with him and he was Persons wishing to purchase!
Before Detroit decided to face the help in maintenance work at Boys cheered by the knowledge that packets should come to the

situation, the weaker foreign Ranch. The chapter earns money to friends back in Bradford '%9RL q County Agricultural/ building
manufacturers had taken fifteen to support these and other projects by County were still working on COU in the moiinng The side will
7*_ start at 8t0.:
behalf. :
twenty per cent of the American photographing inmates and visitors, and his 4n

market, mainly because their cars were conducting weekly car washes at the A nice contribution for the auatar p4 Contemn of the packets will

more economical to operate. institution.The Richard Crews Kidney Fund o\ bo eight/ millings, nulmlmn
was received during the dogwood HHllnid. pure mitt

The list could go on and on. And while Superintendent said that the holidays from DuPont em- BOB G. FERGUSON: JOHN: M. MILLER SI live I i-.uh oak Cost I uf Die Pickets

the problems that should have been Division of Corrections and he per- the ployees Trail who Ridge are Social members Club.of Publbshers

resolved yesterday are being dealt sonally, are proud of the accomplishments Each member received a Published' each Thuuday 'and entered as Second Clan Mater ac the POll Office ac Starke, +
FU. under Acc of h r
Mar 3. 1879.
with belatedly in an atmosphere of of the Jaycee Chapter at Christmas gift of $to in cash

crisis, today's problems of inflation Florida State Prison. And that is a from the club and many of Subscription rate in trade area: $6 per years $3.50 si!* l QJ1cha.

unemployment, and shortages are being feeling that is echoed by the communityas them to the kidney in turn fund contributed, making this upa P.one; 964-6305 Outside trade area: $7 per year $4.00 sis month Starke, Fla.< F,tl

[jostpont-d until tomorrow. a whole. total I of $775, Y

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January '.. 1971 TKI.IXiKAl'Hinisterial Paget.

[ Alliance Changes fidIZLTIl.11LB'il? : UlIB -nrnrrrrrfls'flfltS. Antique Show Set In Jax By Pilot Club .


To There is a tremendous c;' O R.' :..' .-": / The Pilot Club of Fifty-six dealers from the to the Pilot Club's many
lame Encompass lesson in every newspaper. It CITIZENS .....::. 'lt. 'f-II., Jacksonville will holds its 25th north, eastern seaboard and projects The club maintainstwo
is in the is annual Antiques Show at the Florida will exhibit and sell Girls' Clubs for less
not church it
page, .ef'k ::.
.. seven to 12 year
Jl Bradford Countyits in the sports page. Whatever '' i Civic Auditorium, Jackson- their wares. privileged
your favorite sport is, the ffh Dibit ville, January 18, 19, 20 Tickets may be purchasedat olds, and sponsor five Anchor
lesson is the same. In football Our wonderful Christmas his angels (Friday, Saturday Sunday) the door Adults $1.50 Clubs in as many senior high
Tuesday, Jan. 8, to the For he will give (including tax) and Children's schools. Other projects Include -
become affiliated with the your team may score two or party was marred by in opening the first two days at 1
>ting the Starke organization's benevolentwork three times.The other eight or sudden illness of Mrs. Amelia charge: of you to guard you until 10 p,m. and on the tickets are 75 cents (includingtax working with the .
istcrial Alliance decided according to Pastor ten times they have the ball Hoffman We called Bradford all jour 8.ip9lam,91i, .( ) Past day, Sunday, January 20, ). Sheriff's Boys' Patrol, the
change its name to the Brown. they fail. In baseball the men County Hospital and an from 1 p.m. until 6 p.m. Proceeds from the show go hospitals etc

ilford County Ministerial who are termed superstars, ambulance was at the Rec. -, .. ." ,- ',
nee, according to J. C. Next meeting of the alliance who bat 300, fail seven times Hall Pratt St. within minutes. '" -
wn, pastor of the First is set for Feb. 12 at 10 a.m. in out of ten. In golf a hole in one Amelia was taken to the
istian Church. the Fellowship Hall of the calls for a celebration is a hospital where she remained
he Alliance now invites all First United Methodist once in a lifetime accident. three days and returned
sters in Bradford CountyKVRKE Church. Nobody is perfect, by home, for which we are very
defination we are human, we happy. Grand
Free Concert are limited we fail. We haveno Opening
wings, no halos, we are not Small sacks of candy were
Angels. We must accept given to each member from
By 'Kinfolk' ourselves as we are people Bill and Hazel Richards.
who fail, who make dumb Carols were sung and a game
At Methodist mistakes. In life we have to played for the exchange of
punt, we often strike out and gifts.
continually we slice or hook WeekBeautiful

"The Kinfolk" music group never knowing which it's Happy birthdays were Lucy
from Winter Haven will going to be. In order to suc- Tucker, Hazel Richards,
present a free concert Jan. 13 ceed we must accept failure. Mary E. Johnson, Elsie Stein
in the sanctuary of the First In order to forgive others we and Wedding Anniversarywas
,..t eartbt United Methodist Church. must first of all realize that Gertrude Wintz.I .
Tim Crews, senior they, like us, also are human
CQ .cQ president, and Janet Boyce, and imperfect. have been appointed to the
junior president, of the United CUBB Board of Directors for
Methodist Fellowship, -Fr. James Cregan the year 1974 and from my
together wjth Rev. George L. observation we will have PINE BROOK VILLAGE SALES
Harper cordially invites the many problems facing us.
School 9:45 public to attend this concert. Transportation is one.
Sunday : ; Handyman
Because of the fuel shortage,
nrnmg Worship at 11; to

-Isis"mon:. "The Youth Real Handbell Energy; Saints Alive' Course Given be mass a must transportation, especially seems for the Phone Featuring *


oup urch Practice Training, ,5 6:15.Aening p.m.: Mormon GroupTo Free At LCCCThe elderly Reports of poor.$1 per gal. of gar Illy l 468-1727 The Famous

Worship, 7:30: ;
a direct hardship on us.
rmon: "Our" Covenant at Sing Here poses Rationing of gas seems to be 1 Mobile Home of
Table. "Han
very popular the right answer. It will
Monday Youth Choir dyman Course for Girls" will If rationing is
"Saints Alive control prices.
a new
actice, 7 p.m. singing. group comprised of be offered again at Lake City inevitable, why not now? This Pompano' Beach
Helen Masters Jan. 15
Tuesday College,
Community will an
four talented missionaries of method give everyone
oup at the church, 10 a.m.j the Church of Jesus Christ of through March 5. even break and prevent the 41 *
Group at home of Classes will meet on
Darby Latter Day Saints, will profiteers from getting ill-
Irs. Leola Roberts, 2:30: ; Tuesday night, 6:30: to 9:30: gaines from the hard-
an of free gotten
Group at evening in 9 of Technical Coming Soon CAMBRIDGE
rena Epperson entertainment at the High p.m., room ships we have to endure. Our
of Mrs. Cula Coran, 3 C. Instructor will be
time Building mode of transporation in
School auditorium Wed only
m. Crusader and Carol nesday, Jan. 30, at 7 p.m. Louis Berry, director of plants rural areas is by car to get to 12 x 60 Save $600Beautiful
-.oirs Practice, 3:30: ; The "Friendship Evening" and grounds at LCCC. the doctor, grocery, drug
iiisader and Bell Choir; is designed to Although the course was stores, church and Pine Brook Village
.A 4:15.: Ethel Biggs Group acquaint the people of Starke especially designed for the organization meetings. The
I home of Mrs. Orie Wiggins; with their Mormon neighborsand ladies, men of the area are automobile is our life line.
ttie Moon Group at the their of life. An also invited to join the class. VILLAGE MANORS

lurch; Brownlee Group at evening of fun way and wholesome Instruction will include simple Kathy Brown, Home
>me of Mrs. Betty Warren to' household repairs such as Dir. will addressus 12x65 $500
entertainment is promised Economics Save
washers of faucets,
II I at 7:30: pm.Wednesday changing
all who attend. nutrition and the elderly
Acteens, 5 and lamp on ?$ r (
The young singers will replacing wiring person. Betty Bennett will l r (. ?JL
Night Supper, 6 cords, etc.
m., Family
and the food stamp
present religious con describe new
clock; Hour of Power anA.'s The course is free and opento SUE 'a CARl BEE I
temporary songs in an entertaining will program to be inaugurated in iitr
6:30: ; Teachers and and the public. Registration O
fficers Meeting, 7:15: ; inspiring be held on Tuesday, Jan. 8, at 1974. :
program that will not soon be PLAN 24 x 44 Save $800
hurch Choir Practice, 8 p.m. 6:30 p.m., in room 9
forgotten. book Table Decor was
Thursday Music Makers Technical Building C. 6Y '
hoir; World Friends, 3:15: ; For more information, placed in our Public Library
re-School Music Activities Geo. C. WhiteGeorge contact Mrs. Dale Perkins, with loving a plaque Memory inserted of Marian"In } h CARIBEE II
nd Mission Friends, 4:05: ; LCCC coordinator of con-

isitation, 7 p.m. C. White 77, a tinuing extension education 244.WISH 752-1822, silent Batchelder prayer, was and observed one minute for 24 x 52 Save $800

former resident of Starke and the repose of her soul.
--Ben P. Bryant, Pastorli"hlaml retired Tallahassee city clerk --t:

and auditor, died Sunday, Jan. I'D SAID My wife, Dorothy, and I VENETIAN
| Baptist 5, in Tallahassee Memorial know how good it feels to be ; _
Hospital after being in ill THAT loved and respected. Our ;'
Church health for some time. He was hearts and hands are extended 24 X 60 Save $1,000

the son of the late Mr. and to all our Club mem- .,
hear Mrs. J. W. White of Starke. bers and others who worked
invited to
The public is and He had retired from his \ with us throughout our long
11 1 Joe Parsons,
Kanoy Our most sincere
position with the city in 1964 association.
.ed Potter at the Highland after serving in that post for 25 "An egotist is n person thanks for the many cards,
aptist Church on Highway Starke.A years. He began his banking whose I's are too close togcthe notes and kindnesses shown to
ill I, 12 miles north of
with the lloldridjce, the Bradford
will be career at an early age r.Va Ie us. Long may
Bible Conference old Bank of Starke,and movedto The Lang ford (S. Dak.. Bu- County Sen. Cit. Club thrive.
i 'Id Monday through Friday Tallahassee about 40 years There is a job to be done and SatisfactionWe
'im. \14-18 Kanoy, with will four speak services at 10 ago, where he became a bank gle."A we'll do it. Quality Plus Dependability =
uly examiner and bank analyst survey has disclosedthat We wish you all Good
m and Potter at 11 a.m. for the State Comptroller'soffice ( the average American Health, Good Luck and a very
lily remaining in that Happy New Year.
kind of
sessions will be only one
The favors
onducted evening with Parsons position During for his 18 tenure years.with the handout, the government'shand Pratt Our St.next Rec.meeting Center, Jan.1 p.m 8, Located at Intersection of U.S. 301 & St. Rd. 18
(peaking at 7 p.m. and Kanoy city he served as president of out of his pocket. Are
its the Florida League of Albert F. Coombs The Val- -Joe Kerrigan
Rev Raymond Municipalities, and was ley (Calif. ) Times. -
of the church, invites
pastor with recognized by the Tallahassee ========= ===== ====a= ====a4==================
to =====================
he public join ==========
general and U. S. Chamber of Commerce .aaaaaaa---- ===a=a=======1 =====================I == !e
he in this
for outstanding accomplishments

eries.fine Level good member government.of the in Tallahassee the He field was of a Sawyer Slade Gas. I(3JUUGJB( ([ [ [I(3Jffi( ([ (!JJmU(3m0([ ?(

Exchange Club the Masonic

Baptist ChurchFour Lodge Methodist, and the Church United serving Trinity board (1( Jru LL( 0U cLCr( ( ccacQEUt(] ( ( ( ( vGB? :( c( (](IJl1JIWU( crr; U LL u CE 5 (iJ(](!( (; (; (; I;

of its
twice as
miles west of Starke on

SU-100.\Sunday 0. Parsonage Church Bible 9C4-M07.phone School; ,964Ml ;1'1- of whom Mr stewards.he White's was married first wife for,Ina 40 to( IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT YOUR HEATING

was the former
acme Sunday Morning Worship years Alderman of Starke, who died SLADE KNOW THE ANSWERS
Training, 10:50: ; 6pm Sunday. Evening Sunday: in September 1962. THE PROFESSIONALS
Survivors include one
Evening Worship 7 p.m.
Mrs. Jack

Worship Wednesday 7:30.Evening Choir daughter.Shoemaker, all, and of Tallahassee four grandchildren ; ASK THEM TODAY BECAUSE IS HERE

Rehearsal, 8:30.: one Olin White, Jr. $.fii
Visitation, 7pm.
Thursday of Stare; and three nieces,
Sunday Evening Teen Mrs. Etholin Savage, Starke; -4fi Your Home
Singers practice, 5pm. Mrs. Carol Fields, They Will Survey =
and Mrs
Tuesday Jacksonville;

301.across Meeting Bring from, 8 your a.m.high Bible.school on, Dorothy Tenn.Funeral Boone services, were Jackson heldat And Install The Heating Unit That Will Provide The Most Heat And Use The Least

United 11 a.m.Trinity Tuesday Methodist at the Amount Of Fuel. No.1 Heating & RIP Conditioning Unit In The Nation

Hattie Darley Church, conducted by the
pastor. Burial was in iBiff. i iifc
Tallahassee Memorial
Mrs. Darley, 80,
Hattie Jane
Cemetery. ; =
of Jan. 4, c-
Lawteydied Friday,
in North Florida Regional Carrier $ t39D

Hospital, Gainesville, Peter Raffoiiy
following a brief illness. The Ask About PLUS NECESSARY ELECTRICAL
widow of Ta(ton T. Darley, she
was born in Baker County on Peter Raffony, 79, of WIRING & GAS PIPING

Aug. 18, 1893, and was a Hampton died Saturday, Jan. Siegler Central Heat Special
charter member of the 5, in a Gainesville hospital
Highland Baptist Church. after a short illness. A nativeof

!Mrs.Surviving Buster Bennett is a daughter Lawtey;, engineer Italy,, he and was a veteran a retired of Counter Flow Wall Heaters Economical, Even Heat All Over Your llome" Installed Quickly And Efficiently By Our Trained

two sons, Ralph J. Darley, World War I. Mechanics.
Starke, and Jack N. Darley, Funeral services were heldat 65,000 BTU Located
Wednesday at the 1 Outlets with 1 Return Gas Furnace Centrally
Temple, Texas; a sister, Mrs. 2 pm. Heats Up To
Virginia Lastinger, Daytona graveside( in Hampton BTU COOLING & BODDO GAS: FURNACE
Beach; and seven grand- Cemetery with Rev. John M. 6 Rooms
children. conducting. Intermentwas
Funeral services were heldat in charge of DeWitt C I w. Ml Makes Of Air Conditioning

2:30: p.m. Sunday in the Jones Funeral Home. WALL THERMOSTAT. Service Room Units To Central Heating 9647701Ctll
Highland Baptist Church with ............... ...... EVEN TEMPERATURE Can Ut For Fait,Prottttional. Conditioning Scrvlot
Rev Candell THANKS. .
conducting. Interment was in CARD OF SPREADS ITERTMEfLOORB

Long Dewitt Branch C. Jones Cemetery Funeral with We wish to thank our BACK WHERE; EVENLY YOU NEED IT Keep Your Home Warm In The Most Economical Way

Home in charge. multitude of friends and relatives ECONOMICAL TO INSTALL 110 I
... for their kind expressions of OPERATE REAR s SIDE VENTS By ConsultingSaivyer
the recent loss
during I
of our beloved husband and "
father.For the food, flowers and ,3 Slade Gas
sincere We wish appreciation to express to all of other expressions of sympathy $249 -
God bless
our friends and relatives for we are so grateful. r
their kind expressions duringthe each of you. 332 West Madison St. Phone 964-7701

loss of our husband and _The family of Calvin Ward
father, Mr. John Moody.

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CIIUKUI ACllVVriES Burton of Jacksonville, and from Jacksonville, was their were guests ot their grandparents New Year's Day after Mrs. Tom Casey,daughterinlaw of Starke,-
\Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo Christmas Day guest. Elizabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs. Bennett spending the Christmas and their son and Charles
Church of God Sunday have been taking turns sitting Mrs.! Mamie Lou Edwardsof Wilkison, Sr., on Sunday af holidays with the grand- Mr. and Mrs.Lake City.
School, 10 a.m. Worship with their mother, Mrs. P. L. Starke, and Miss Arthurine Jacksonville on Friday. man, of Gainesville, were ternoon. mother, Mrs. Joe Dorko. Moore and Bob, of Jack Kuhne
Services, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Dinkins, who has been ill for Blanchard visited her sister Chief and Mrs. B. McCullytook Sunday overnight guests of Mrs Eve Godwin, of Starke, Kev. and Mrs. Jimmy Mr. and Mrs. of her
Prayer meeting, Wednesday two weeks in Bradford County \Miss Enza Blanchard, ofMacclenny their aunt, Mrs. Nora their sister, Mrs. Bryant spent Sunday afternoon with Parrish went to Miami on and family were guests Newson, on
7:30() p.m.Faith Hospital. Jim Burton, and on Sunday.Mr. Grider, of Starke, to Palatka, Reddish Another guest on her sister-in-law, Mrs. Bryant Tuesday, Jan. 8, to be with mother, Mrs. Jim dinner
Baptist Church Horace Cox of Waldo, spent and Mrs. Billy Griffis on Sunday to visit a sick Saturday, Jan 5, was her Reddish. their brother and sisterinlaw Saturday, and brotherinlawand were
Radio Program over WPXE, New Year's Day here with and baby, of Jacksonville N. relative.Mr. granddaughter, Mrs. Kay Mrs. Jack Kuhne and !Mr. and !Mrs. .Maurice guests of their and Mrs. Win.
Starke, 8 a.m. Sundays: Bible their wives. \Mr. and Mrs. C. were New Year's dinner and Mrs. Clyde Stephenson, of Macclenny. children and Brenda Holmes, Parrish. Their brother un- sister, Mr.Chiefland on
School, 10 a.m. Worship Paul Dinkins and Davis of St. guests of their parents, Mr. Wainwright and family, of )Friends of Charlie Simchera of Starke, were Thursday derwent open heart surgeryon Mobley, of
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: () p.m. Augustine, spent the holidayswith and \Mrs Paul Griffis. Lakeland, !Mrs Patricia regret that he is a patient in evening dinner guests of her Wednesday, Jan. 9. Our SaturdayMr
School on Bible Doctrine, their parents and also The sympathy of the Sanders and children, and Mr. Bradford County Hospital. brother-in-law and sister prayers are with them.
Tuesdays 8 p.m. at the visited their mother, !Mrs. community is extended to the and Mrs Al Perser and Eric. Mrs Loca Raulerson was a Chief and Mrs. Vernard Mr and Mrs Jimmy Moore!
pastor's home. Prayer Dinkins. We are happy to Buster Bennett family and all of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Christmas overnight guest of Hughes, of Green Cove and family of Orange Park, and !Mrs G. L Petersonof
meeting each Wednesday, learn that she is much improved other relatives due to the J. E Mclver.\ of Ocala were her son-in-law and daughter, Springs. Mrs. Hughes and were Sunday dinner guests of Keystone Heights were
7:30: () p.m. Bible Study. at this time. Our death of their mother, Mrs. holiday guests of their sister Mr and Mrs. John Broward children visited the Kuhnes on their parents, Mr and !Mrs New Year's Day guests of
Grace United Methodist prayers are with her. Hattie Darley, who passed Mrs! Wilma Wainwright. and family, of Jacksonville. Sunday afternoon.Art Fred Moore.! Other guests for their son-in-law and daughter.
Church- Sunday School, 9:43: Mr. and Mrs. James Anders away in North Florida Mr and Mrs. Hay Dorman, Benny and Geneva Wilkison and Donna Green of the afternoon were their son- Mr and Mrs Robert E Lee
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and family of Palatka, spent Regional Hospital or Orlando and Peter Dor and friends of Jacksonville Albany, returned home on in-law and daughter. Mr and
and7 p.m. MYF\ ) Wednesday, 7 New Year's Day with their Gainesville, on Friday.Mr. -
p.m. followed by Choir parents Mr. and Mrs. O. J. and Mrs. Clyde Grant,
Practice at 7:30.: Anders. of Orlando, were New Year's
United Methodist\ Women Mike Sweat of Jacksonville guests of their brother-in-law
met at the church Thursday spent the holidays with his and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
morning, with Miss Arthurine grandparents\ and Mrs. Rosier, and the Brices. They
Blanchard presiding. Carl Carter, and other celebrated\ Rosier's 86th PRICES
Devotional by Mrs. Coss. relatives. birthday anniversary on
There were 9 ladies present. Mrs. James Hogan and Wednesday with a dinner at : GOOD
Church daughter-in-law, Mrs.\ Joe the Holiday Inn of Starke. The
Highland Baptist "
.rv.r.TJ" .
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Hogan and Sharon and Grants left for their home on -5 f
Worship Service 11 a.m. Choir Robbie, of Jacksonville, were Thursday morning.Mr. I JAN. 10
Practice, 6:30: p.m. Evening dinner guests of her sister and Mrs. Earl Den-
Service, 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Mrs.! Hester Hicks and the mark, of Atlanta, Ga.. Mr and DOLLAR STORES 'HHUJAN.19 Customer !
Wednesday at 7:30.: Glen Shuford family on New Mrs. George Shuford and We gain I a
Northside Baptist Church Year's Day. Another /guest family, and Mrs. Lois Carter
Sunday School, 10 a.m. over the holidays was Allan were dinner guests of her son-
Worship Services, 11 a.m. and Wolfe of Wilmington, Del., in-law and daughter, Mr and 11 riTTJJSr-iiit'tr-
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting father-in-law of Mrs. Bill Mrs. Leon Starling on
Monday. 7:30: () p.m. Richard Wolfe of Cape Coral. Thursday evening.
Barber, AssociationalMissionary 1 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mrs.! C. R. Crews and Call St.
155 W.
for New River Durban and sons of !Mac- Glenann were Christmas
Association will preach for clenny. and \Mr. and Mrs. holiday guests of her son and
Brother Jimmy Parrish Steve Rosier and daughter of daughter-in-law. Mr. and !Mrs.H. .
during his absence. Baldwin, were dinner guestsof C. Crews and family of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clearwater, and soninlawand
S'IIOOI.'s Marvin Rosier. The Durbans daughter, !Mr. and !Mrs. DANUARY.
are building a home on the Bill Woodard and family of ,
Plans are underway for an Durban place, and the Steve Largo. They spent New Year
Arbor Day Program to be held Hosier's plan to place a double holidays with her soninlawand
on January 18. John O'Mera, trailer on their parents' lot in daughter !Mr. and Mrs.
Bradford County Forester Lawtey. Tommy Clayton and son, of
will be guest speaker. Details The Bennett Family Jacksonville. Q.aca t
concerning the program will Reunion was held at the homeof Mrs. Harold Eunice and '
be given next week. Mr. and Mrs. G. W Anders, !Mrs Ronnie Mosley of
According to Bradford on New Year's Day. Those Maxville, attended a bridal
County School Board Policy attending were: Mr. and !Mrs.L. shower at Theresa Baptist BRANDS FABULOUS SAVINGS
and State Law, the principalof S. Tanner and family, Mr. Church for Miss !Martha BIG SELECTIONS I FAMOUS NAME.
each school must select an and Mrs. John Bennett and Batten.
advisory committee broadly family. Mr. acid: Mrs\ G. L. Mr.! and Mrs. Wayne JUMBO VELOUR BATH TOWEL
representative of the com- Sapp A. R. Sapp and family. Westberry and family. and FAMOUS MAKER
munity, to serve until August Paul Bennett and Kkpnda: Mr. Destery Walker, of
31. The following people have and !Mrs. Buster Bennett and Jacksonville, were Christmas FOR3 SHEETS
been selected and will meet on family Mrs. Joey Bennett, holiday guests of their : .. & NO-IRON
the first Monday of each Mr. and !Mrs. Gary Bennett parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester prints.
Solids or
and !Mr. and Mrs. David
month at the school. Earl sons. Walker and family. "
Mosley James Wainuright, Bennett and sons Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Barfield went ji Slight "
Linwood Crawford Mrs. Mrs. Oral Tanner and girls, home with their daughter. HAND TOWELS r _
Sylvia Tatum, and !Mrs. Vera Mr. and :Mrs. Dean Bennett, Rusty. Saturday to Atlanta, A "'
Diggs. Mrs. Brenda Stafford and Ga., and returned by plane 2 FOR M 1
Lawtey Elementary School sons. :Mr. and !Mrs Earl Saturday night. _
has qualified for affiliationwith Test on and family. Doug and !Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly WASH CLOTHS TWIN
the Elementary Com- Danny Bennett Miss Tammy were guests of !Mr. and !Mrs. 3 FOR '1 \
mission of the Southern Kayburn, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jack Estes. of Brunswick,
Association of Colleges and Williamson and family. Mrs. Ga., on WednesdayWe IRONING BOARD PAD &
Schools. This means that the Dot Williamson, and Mrs. regret to learn that !Mrs. SIZE
Floy Bennett of Macclenny.Mr. returned to St.
school has begun a planned George Kelly
program toward becoming a and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs Vincent's Hospital. COVER SET
fully accredited elementary and Lourie, of Huntsville Ala. Jacksonville for further ,
school. were holiday guests of their treatment. Their mother,
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Mrs. James D. Kelly, of 1
:-.ARRIVALS Dobbs. Other guests for Jacksonville spent the 1 Z SETS $0
overnight Christmas Eve ?
weekend with the
family.Mr. DOUBLE. ... .. fti
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Blom were their son-in-law and and Mrs. Lester Walker c\ EA.
of Starke, are the proud daughter. Mr\ and Mrs Er- were guests of their brother- Scorch resistant
parents of a son Nathan nest Hewitt, of Tallahassee., in-law and sister, Mr! and silicone treated 2 FORDO
Wayne, born Dec. 30 in Mrs\ Edna Cason. their sister. Mrs Banner Johns, of cover. KING...
Alachua General I Hospital \

Gainesville.are Mr.Material and Mrs.grandparents Milo- ?VINYL LACE TABLECLOTH : QUEEN..2 FOR$700Solids '

Smith of Lawtey. Paternal
grandparents are Mr. and |2wbS5Jw* ?>i
Mrs. Swede Blom, of Raiford. NEVER RUSTS SAGS or LEAKSCONTINUOUS i or picture pretty prints. Slight
1G i77Mt I irregularities will not mar serviceability
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas xTsf 33-Vj
Bennett of Starke announce ,
j ,:
the arrival of a daughter ?lp PILLOWCASES..PXG. OF 2 Fof125
Jennifer Lee, on Dec. 31 in St. '. Choice of f
Vincent's Hospital + colors Slightirregulars.

Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs.Grandparentsare John Ben- -: FOAM FILLED BED PILLOW. ?1BEDSPREADS

nett of Lawtey and :Mr. and c.
Mrs. Clarence Moore of I

Mr. and Mrs. John Morris\ of ]' -' DRAPES ;
Parsippany, N. J., are the ''DOUBLE OR TWIN
proud parents of a daughter a -.." .I
born Jan. 4 in Morristown K n Polyester tufted popcorn bedspread, woven
Memorial I Hospital ALUMINUM i iON 2 $1 > iacquards, better cotton chenilles andy
:Morristown, N. J. Maternal GUTTERING'/, FOR others. Slight irregulars.
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs.: Hubert Priest. Paternal THE JOB' MOBILE DURABILITY BAKEC:
grandparents are Mr. and FABRICATION TO YOUR ENAMEL FINISH INSIDI y Fully lined, 84 YOUR CHOICE $5|
Mrs. J. W. Morris, Sr., of EXACT SPECIFICATIONS AND OUT inch length. ,?"4 ? EA.


Mrs. Elsie :Norman: and OXFORDS
grandsons Jim. Kenneth, and /: : '
CALL 3781456RAIN ,
Kevin, were Sunday overnight $ $1'THROW 88 B
guests of her mother. :Mrs. 2 PKG.
Lissie Starling, and her -FLOW OF GAINESVILLE PR.

brother-in-law and sister. Mr 3003 N.E. 19th DRIVE OUR REG. 2.50 Your choice of
and Mrs. Alan Wainwright of foam RUGS % our wideassortment i
Jacksonville. MEMBER OF LOCAL CHAMBER COMMERCE: ft cushion insole.Cushion i of
Charles Dinkins of Starke. crepe / Pkgs. at this low-
:Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Dinkins of wedge: soles. low price.
St. Augustine. Mrs Jim Sizes 6.10

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January 10, 1971 TELEGRAPH Pago 11

I '011:1:: ural : gall LEGALSNOTICE 41000 01l1l1l1l1l0 Defense., Motion ..........................................................................N.....................................0....... I

(From Page 1)) arraigned on May 15, 1973 and and Aaron Greene, all of change of venue Assistant Jr., 23, Leon Mungin, 24,
OF INTENTIONTO 1974, and file the original with charged. Judge Yawn per- all entered pleas of not guiltyat Gainesville will be Public Defender Carol Wild Jimmy McCorvey, 27, Horace
REGISTER the Clerk of this Court either NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO mitted the defense attorney to the time of arraignment.Trials representing the 14 defen- Scott contends that the Leroy Maddox 21, Bunnie
FICTITIOUS NAME before service on Petitioner's REGISTER call three witnesses to supporthis dants. Prosecution of the defendants cannot be given a Brown Jr., 19, Stevie Dwight
attorney or immediately FICTITIOUS NAME motion. At 3 p.m. Wednesday were first scheduled cases will be handled for the fair trial because of "a deep- Lacey Bell; 20, Willie Frank
pursuant to Section 865.09 thereafter, otherwise a default Green had the second for July 9 and 10, then post- state by Ken Hebert, assistant rooted racial prejudice that Rambo, 21, George Pickett,
Florida Statutes, notice Is will be entered against you for Pursuant to Section 865.09 witness still on the stand and poned until Oct. 29, state attorney, also of exists which presumes that a 21, and William Cole will be
hereby given that the undersigned the relief demanded in the Florida Statutes notice is had yet to call the third.A rescheduled at that time for Gainesville.In black person is automatically scheduled later in the court
The Bradford County Petition hereby given that the un- ruling was still pending on trial i in early December, and filing his motion for a guilty. Her motion requesteda term.
Telegraph Inc., 135W. Call St., WITNESS my hand and the dersigned George William the defense's motion for a then again postponed until change of venue Assistant change of venue outside of About 15 picketers appearedwith
Starke, Ra. doing business seal of this Court on December Lewis Route 2, Box 93-A-2 changeofvenue. But no rulingwas Monday, Jan. 7. The final Public Defender Jeff Barker the Eighth Judicial Circuit.A signs at the courthouse at
under the firm name of "The 1973. Starke Florida doing business to be made on the changeof postponement until Wednesday contended that no jury couldbe venire of 62 prospective noon Wednesday and marched
Office Shop 135 West Call St. under venue until the jury list Jan. 9, was granted to
the firm name of Lewis drawn in Bradford County jurors was screened Monday. around in front of the court
Starke, Bradford Co., Fla. GILBERTS. BROWNAs Montgomery Wards 353 N. question had been settled. allow the State to file counter- that would give the defendantsa Jan.7, by Judge Yawn and 54 house. In an order issued at 2
32091. Intends to register said Clerk of the Court Temple Ave., Starke Bradford The charges!: were brought affidavits to those filed by the fair trial because of close were qualified and sworn at p.m. Judge Yawn prohibitedfor
fictitious name under the By Donna M. Branson County Florida 32091 Intendsto against the black inmates as defense. ties with the Division of that time. The 54 members of the duration of the trials

provisions of aforesaid statute. As Deputy Clerk register said fictitious name the result of a fire and riot at Corrections at Raiford.In the venire were dismissed any such picketing, marches,
The Bradford County 12/134t 1/10. under the provisions of aforesaid the garment factory of the Assistant Public DefendersJeff until Wednesday, Jan. 9. vigils, sit-ins on the court
Telegraph, Inc., sole owner. statute. George W. and Linda Florida Stat Prison on April Barker Carol Wild Scott, / filing her motion for a The trials of Harry Mungin. house grounds.
1/104tchg 131NOTICE Lewis sole owners. Dated this
30, 1973. Prison officials
10th day of January, A. D. 1974at
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Starke Florida. 1/10 4tp V31\ estimated damages at the
FLORIDA EIGHTH time to be in excess of $40,000
OF INTENTIONTO CIRCUIT IN AND FOR to prison equipment and

REGISTER BRADFORD COUNTY. property.All Florida National Banks


Pursuant to Section 865.09
Florida Statutes, notice is re: The Estate of OSHIE .,
hereby given that the undersigned HARTON deceased. NEWS trust with our
The Bradford County IOU money.

Telegraph Inc., 135 W. Call St., NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll By JoMjpMnt Fontal
Starke, Fla. doing business oDreDaRd 4
under the firm name of creditors of the estate of
"Bradford Printers", 135 West OSHIE HARTON deceased are HAMPTON: NEWS How about trusting

Call St.. Starke Bradford hereby notified and required to fore ot r iR 1
County Florida 32091. Intendsto file any claims or demands The 4-H carpenter meetingof y
register said fictitious name which: they may\ have against the Hampton Area Boys and r otteq
under the provisions of aforesaid said estate in the office of the Girls, will meet at 7 p.m. on O3 eou ?
statute circuit judge of Bradford January 15 at the HamptonCity W 5a us with
The Bradford County County Florida, in the cour- Hall. Any boys and girls yours
Telegraph Inc., sole owner. thouse at Starke, Florida within between the ages of 8 and 19,
1/104tchg 1/31 four ((4)) calendar months from who are interested in this
the date of the first publicationof project of carpentry by the 4- sr1oneFr1Ion
this notice. Each claim II group should come and '"
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO demand must be in writing and or enroll. Niles Scott is the leaderof -St'

REGISTER must state the place of residenceand this project. 1 a t+rn tin

claimant postoffice and must address be sworn of the to FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORSMiss Thur5 FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE ., ;

Pursuant to Section 865.09 by the claimant his agent or his 17103 nlbJ S 'pu Jefferson at Clark Street TelephDne 964.7050
Florida Statutes notice is attorney or it will become void Martha Ann Newman, "
hereby given that the undersigned according to law. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. GAINESVILLE
Ronnie Norman Rt. 1 Dated Sherman D. Newman and
this 7th day of -
Box 105-B Lawtey, Florida, December A. D. 1973. Hershel Hanson Waldron, son -
doing business under the firm of Mrs. Ruby Waldron and the
name of "Ronnie's late Robert Waldron, all of
George H. Pierce
Automotive," Lawtey, Bradford Executor of the Estate of Hampton were united in
County, Florida, 32058. Intendsto OSHIE HARTON deceased marriage Saturday evening
register said fictitious name Jan.5,at 8 o'clock in the homeof EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice jjj
under the provisions of aforesaid First Mr. and Mrs. Sherman
publication on: Dec. 20,
statute. Newman.The .
Ronnie Norman, sole owner. 1973 Pantry CENTER CUT

Dated this 8th day of January 12/204t 1/10 REGULAR GRIND FAIRSUPERMARKETS
A. D. 1974 at Starke, Ra. ceremony was per- Pride OR ELECTRIC| PERKCOFFEE SIRLOINSTEAKS
1/104tp 1/31 formed by Pastor Thornton.The .
bride was given away in
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF marriage by her father. She
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL wore a full length white satin
NOTICE CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR brocade gown with pink bow FERNANDINA'S I
BRADFORD COUNTY. and veil. Following the
The stockholders of the
CASE NO. ceremony a reception was
Community State Bank of IN PROBATEIn held in the dining room of thebride's ... ",t.... ____'....0"
Starke, Starke, Florida will hold $149 at 0 .LLB
wfodEIF.On x ,
parents. . -> "" "
its annual meeting at the 75 C ,r ;
The Estate of OSHIE
house of the Community
banking HARTON deceased. Pete Raffoney of Hampton *,an flawl j accept
IS.C80ICE' '
State Bank of Starke, H
suffered a stroke at his homeon BAG LB i as.O.A.FOODSTAMP
Starke, Florida,Jan.25, 1974, at NOTICE OF PROBATETO January 2nd.At t the present COUPONSFULL
7 o'clock P.M. time he is in serious conditionin

V103tchg 1/24 ALL PERSONS IN- North Florida Regional
Hospital. SriCED 1/4/ ,"'rlPr'I""'"'
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL You are hereby notified that a
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR written instrument purporting to Margaret Crawford I
BRADFORD COUNTY be the Last Will and Testamentof January 2.Margaret. ROAS1i I 11 TO 13
CASE NO.73-246 said decedent has been Wadsworth STEAKS aerrnrl i I CHOPSs.

admitted to probate in this January 1.SENIOR. I
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE Court. You are hereby commanded
within four calendar CITIZENSThe ti w i
MANDY GRIFFIS and THELMAM. months from the date of the first 1 79 1 9 9 C
GRIFFIS, Plaintiffs, vs. publication of this notice to new year was started ItCHOICt \
KATHERINE M. RITTER, appear in this Court and show with the new officers. The LBB i i LB
Defendant. meeting was opened with a
cause if any you can, why the
salute to the Flag and all
action of this Court in admitting
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE said will to probate should not repeating the Lord's prayer. / EveryDayLowPrke f EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrkeHKATANOSCRVI
FORECLOSURE SALE stand unrevoked. Mr. Taylor, the president
read two interesting poems.
Public notice is hereby given GEORGE L. PATTEN After the business meeting GROUNDBEEF FRIED FISHSTICKS

that pursuant to and in strict Circuit Judge refreshments games were
accordance with the SummaryFinal Bradford County Florida enjoyed. Winners of the ;
Judgment of Foreclosure games were Frances Wad-
entered in this cause on January By: Clerk sworth, Evelyn Vaughan 3 TO5L
2. 1974, the undersigned as Lucy McGunnigle, Ruth tttrle.iI'. AlIe. _
Clerk of said Court, will on the First publication on: Dec. 20, Dennison, Gene Taylor and
22nd day of January 1974, sell 1973 Buck Dennison. The next
the following described real 12/2041 1/10 meeting will be January 18. PILLSBURY PILLSBURY
property situated In Bradford All Senior Citizens of the PUNCH I JRJa #I1DETERGENT
County Florida to-wit: Hampton area are invited to CAKE J !
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT join the club. The meeting LAUNDRY 'POTATOES;
Lots 8 and 9 of Block 29, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT place is the old School of ;
of BRADFORD COUNTY, Hampton at the north entrance -
Peek's Addition to the '
Starke lying and being in FLORIDA. File No. 73307 ((1. For information call 6z / SCALLOP ; MIXES
2159)) Mr. and Mrs. Taylor at 468-
,"., Section 29 Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, according to the DivisionIn 1684 or Evelyn Vaughan (
plat thereof recorded in Plat mornings at 4681152. 1YOUR :
Book 1 1. Page 40, public recordsof SAWYERS Re: Estate Deceased.of GARRY RAY 84oz mlrm 99 C : 3A$1 i ASSORTED3/$1

Bradford County 11wrrrr' / :,

at public auction to the highest NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo SCHOOL NEWS BOX i CHOICE

bidder for cash at the East front The school children all
door of the Bradford County all creditors and all persons enjoyed the Christmas play EveryDayLowPrkSWUT BonusBuy EveryDayLowPrke BonusBuy BonusBuy
Courthouse in Starke, Florida, having claims or demands put on by Mrs. Carol Shield's
during the legal hours of sale, to- against this estate: Fifth Grade Class before the Ml 1LOW FRESH GREENCABBAGE PLUMP TENDER FIRM RIPETOMATOES
wit: between the hours of 11.00 You are notified and requiredby holidays. Ther also appreciated Golden RipeBANANAS California SNOWWHITEMUSHROOMS
Section 733.15 Florida the visit of Santa
A.M. and 2:00: P.M. same being :
a legal sales day and the legal Statutes to file any claims and and all the Hampton Fire CARROTS
hours of sale. demands which you may have Auxiliary did to make his tripso
Dated this 2nd day of against the estate of GARRY wonderful. The teachers 7 carton of 6
deceased in 39C
January 1974. RAY SAWYERS and parents who assisted are Ib
in and for
the Circuit Court also to congratulated on the
Gilbert S. Brown Bradford County, Courty nice parties held for the 100% PURE FLORIDA
Starke, Florida Pantry Pride
Clerk of the Circuit Court Courthouse children. NESTLEChocolate ;
Bradford County Rorida within four months from the

date of the first publication of The children seem to be FABRICSOFTENER ; ORANGEQUIK

By: Beulah M. Moody,D.C. this notice. adjusting well to arriving at
4t1/31 Each claim or demand must school in partial darkness. '
be in writing and must state the Some of them are coming !
place of residence and post- much earlier than necessary. JUICE,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF office address of the claimant It is suggested that childrennot I LEMON OR REGULAR oenrecJurcE
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL and must be sworn to by the arrive before 8:13: unless 'iniriif]
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR claimant, his agent, or his at this cannot be arranged.The 111if'' I FROZEN6oz /

ACTION.BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL torney.Each credi.or shall deliver lDWPRICl'IrlRYDi'I! 2 LB 78.. ONE 69c i 6 $1

CASE NO.73304In sufficient copies of his claim to High School Drama BOX GALLON i CANS f* I\\ :,: |
enable the Clerk to mail one to Group is planning to present a
Re: The Marriage of JAMES each personal representative.Dated program at the school on _
H. GOODSON Husband, and December 20, 1973. Wednesday. Children and EveryDayLowPrkMcC EvcryDayLowPrkc EveryDayLowPrice Eve ryDayLow Pike
their efforts -
SON Wife. Administratrix the and know this will be ntMCh PANTRY MIDI Pantry PECAN
Estate of Garry Ray Sawyers, educational and enjoyable.Mrs. SKILLETMAGIC CINNAMON
Shield's Fifth Grade is SALTINES SgTWIRLSi
: Ollie Juanita W. Goodson Walter C. Shea doing a project) on the solar
Pleasant Grove Attorney for Estate system. This endeavor was Nooo .
Greer, South Carolina 409 Law Exchange Bldg. prompted by the appearanceof
Jacksonville, Fla.32202 Kohoutek and is creating
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a enthusiasm among the
Petition for Dissolution of 2/27 lit 1/17 students.
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Marriage has been filed againstyou % lveryo.yLowPrke lveryDayLowPfke EvcryDaylowPrk
and you are required to is I DECAF I NESCAFE I U..R.cMH....
Mr. Casey calling a Q.TIPS
serve a copy of your ,written Filing Cabinents; office furniture meeting of the School Advisory I I PIZZA COTTON KOTIQUE.

defenses if any,CASTELLO.to it on index file drawers.TF Committee on Tuesdayat i.mJ Sot COFFEE I UmJ INSTANT COFFEE I ...':......":':'. :. ..... SWABS DOUCHE
WAYNE P. Bradford County Telegraph. The this I .... _. ..
7 names .
p.m. on WITH rml COUPOM D0000M// M cou o aoco 0 Petitioner's attorney whose committee are being revised I .....* MIDI, 10.tTOKI.TM.UJN I ...mv WliOl 4 0 .ICON.TMffI I YOUR 7 7c 79 c 401 19
N. W. 23rd all li 4 Yell COUPON 174 1 COUPON / CMCI'C':. .jt Sill _
Transparent tape
address is Gainesville 1133 Florida Magic Bradford County because all originally called _____: :: :. _"" '-_____.::. : : _""
Avenue sites.
upon will not be able to serve.
32601 on or before January 15. Telegraph. TF

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hours 9 12 Now $ SAVES
instruction 2 attractive mobile homes elements replaced. Dahmers
Deadline for insertion MISCELLANEOUS term. Ph. 9648404. 1tchg Discount. tfchg. AT REDUCED RATES

Tuesday Noon preceding Neat 2 BR frame house, fenced Campers FRED DAVIS AUTO FIRE., BOAT
- --- ----
Thursday before Lot $9,600 u.s. 90 WEST

Minimum(Covers Charge 15 Words$')01)) WANTED horse saddles what New 3 BR brick, central(heat and LOTS -Zoned for mobile homes PHONE 752-3723 PONTIAC INSURANCE AGENCY"A

Each word over 15 CERT'S a gay girl ready) have you got? Dahmers air, wall to wall carpets, small and houses. Several sub FOR BEST SELECTION OF "A LITTLE RIDE CAN
divisions TRAVEL
to choose TRAILERS
10 cents for a whirl after cleaning Discount. tfchg down payment $95 down. Only SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
with Blue Lustre. paymentsto MINI-HOMES
-- --- ------- 3 BR frame house 1/2 suit your budget Ph. 468- TRUCK CAMPERSAND
All Classified Ads must be Rent electric shampooer $1. on acre -
1551 964-8331.
paid)for in advance unless you Devrlck Inc., 301 E. Call St LOSE WEIGHT very attractive or ftchg. TOPPERSFULL
: Safely & fast
han an established account Ph. 964-6163.
with the Telegraph in that with X-11 Diet Plan 300. A.J.THOMAS REALTOR ------ ----- LINE OF PARTS AND Tractor Go.

event 50 cents extra charge REDUCE Excess Ruids withX 205 N.Temple Ave. SERVICE TF Hipp -
fur billing./ Not responsible for MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also -Pel S3.00. Money Back 964-6162

errors when given thephone mobile home hurricane anchoring Guarantee. Koch Drug. 1/3 Anson'aMobile
over -----------
and mobile home roof 4/11 15tchg Machines
or uhen copy Is nottyped Homes JIMMY MOORE'S Farm
coating. Olin's MOBILE"HomeService : 3 bedroom
and brought to the office
964-5606 Rt. 100 W. I frame house approx. 1 1/2 SINGLES & DOUBLE Sun
Starke Fla. tfchg miles from city limits $11,900. WIDES SportsMORE NEW & USED



IMMEDIATE fluid Diadax plan with- Reduce Fluidex excess no AUTOMOBILESUSED ,I UP 100 MILE RADIUS STARKE PH 964-5791 Gainesville, Fla.

prescription at Mitchell's FOR RENT: Large Mobile Home BANK FINANCINGHWY COMPLETE OUTBOARD &

heat. Large Fla. Room ad GREEN COVE AND REPAIR
dition w/AC. 6 1/2 Mi. E. of TEL 284-5001
Starke on SR 100. Call 473- FOR SALE: 1971 Chev. 264-7311 TF FIBERGLASS

4384 after 7:0: 0 p.m. 1tp Kmgswood Loaded REPAIR
Manager Trainees $1400, will take trade big or CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
all automotive, farm
------------ small. Man's bike GLASS FISHING BOATS "" "r
machinery Boyd Service Ph $10, 2 new MILLER BrownVolkswagen 100 W. PH. W4-S60S Zn
Cosmeticians 0648359. tfchg propane tanks with regulator ...1 I )
FOR RENT: New apartments $15. 1913 clock mantel $35. ..d.Ij
furnished. 830 N. .'-.
All electric, Electric :
Cashiers adding coaching
Temple Ave. 964-7285 or 473 $27.50 also misc. items. LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED &<

SAWS SHARPENED work 3096. 2tp 1/17/ Phone 964-8324, 509 Center Long ChampHome REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
Floor Clerks guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or
St 1tp
leave at Jackson Building ------------ ( and TF

Supply Starke or Keystone '
Typist --- -- -------
Heights Building
Tfchg.----- FOR RENT: 3 bedroom brick FOR SALE: 1965 Malibu V8 NEW &< USED

ECKERD'S has exciting - house Pinebreeze Sub. Div hardtop good cond. $350. SALES SERVICE BUILD

opportunities /for' self- $150 per month. Ph. 964- Call Town Finance Co. 964- "YOUR PLANS OR OURS

starting individuals to WANTED Used furniture, 6375 1tp 7449. Itchg. 1M1! NORTH OF THE MALL YOUR LOT OR OURS"
begin a career with thenation's GAINESVILLE TF YOUNG <(D CO.
washers Dahmer's
refrigerators ------------
fastest growing FREE ESTIMATES
Discount House tfchg

drug store benefits chain.program Outstanding FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house, r FOR SALE JINVENTORY REMODELING REPAIRS Vacuum Cleaners
621 \I'J
Pence St., Starke. Inquireat ADDITIONSHOMESBOUGHr SEO
including profit NOTICE Save Electrolux 314 N Church St ttp 1/10 :J.eeSe.vce and
stock option, bonus, store : ear 9 SOLD Shampooers
Representative due to energy
merchandise discounts, ------------ Clearance Sale, TRADED
crisis now in Starke, Fla. Ph. 117 N. WALNUT ST. 964-8787
paid sick leave, holidays, 1/17 You can save Dollars on a
9647957. 1/10/ 2tp
and vacation. To discuss FOR RENT 12' wide mobile New Mobile Home from ACREAGE FOR SALE STARKE FLA.

your future with Eckerd's -- --- ----- homes outside city limits J. Mobile Home Brokers Hwy 964-6853 SEE THE ALL NEW KIRBY NOW ON DISPLAY
apply in person today: B. White. Ph. 964-6114 If no 100 Keystone Hgts, 473-3029. LICENSED WE SERVICE ALL MAKES VACUUM CLEANERS
answer call 964-6152 tfchg 3tchg 1/10 1 1/24 INSURED
HELP for you is now at hand

ECKERD'S from Mobile Home Brokers, -- ---- ---- FREE ESTIMATESPO
-- -
Hwy 100 Keystone Hgts
831 South Walnut St. 3tchg 1/10 1/24 FOR SALE: Fill Dirt. Phone BOX sos

Stephen Smith collect 468- Illilrolry :JfoflJa Sewing STARKE( UILDERS
Sia!se. Fla. 32091
-- -- ----- 1873. 4tp 1/31
-- -- ---- ----
Typewriters Smith Corona; LJ BONNELL STARKE. FLA.
electric ard manual Bradford WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS
i lOZtchg 1-17 County Telegraph TF 8/3O-13T-1I/22\ AND SERVICE Congoleum Shiny! Vinyl"THE

WANTED food : Cocktail Many brands of new vacuums' PFAFF ELNA NO WAX FLOOR" $4[ CQ
waitress waitress and ,
maids Apply in person $39.00 up. Used machines Adult Mobile NEW HOME COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT S6 50P
from $10. Expert Repairs all RS YD
Holiday Inn, Starke Itchg
makes. Parts Accessories Home ParkIN WHITE
Beautifully)) SculpturedHI
GAINESVillE for all vacuums Built in
central vacuum cleaning CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH $49.50 up LOW NYLON

WANTED: Christian Lady to Gainesville 3767110. TF WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD ,97
care for 2 1/2 year old child in GROCERY AND NEW
my home. Call 9646283. 1/10 ----------- -

cocks, pairs of Jumbo THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK '
------------ JO-LU COURT
AUTO SALES Wisconsin quail

dable white female wanted to pheasants pen raised wild U.S. 301 SOUTH 611 W. UNIV. AVE.GAINESVILLE. COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY *%*

CARS CARS CARS live in 3 bedroom home $1.50 turkey Argentine Bahia Hay PHONE 964-881O FLA. INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD llSJUBill's
per bale at barn. I .
having own bedroom. Free
p. 378-1355 TF
room and board if willing to do
per Ib. J.M. Edwards Box i
I = ? 3O DAY WARRANTY light house cleaning and 628 Phone 964-5379 Starke A.A. Meeting
ON MOST CARS cooking for young man. Must
4tp 1/3. 1/24
be of age. Phone 964-8279. FRIDAY NIGHT C. B. Radio
---- --------
I 3tp 1117FEMALE PumpsNew
------------ FOR SALE: 19722 bedroom 12 x 321 Temple

A STARKE MAN HELP WANTED: 50 Mobile Home. Take over 390 N. CHERRY ST. And UsedSALES 3B4-B34S
I payments of $77.45 a month.
General office work Starke Fla
Marchant Auto Sales High Phone 964-8109. 1tp ,
School Grad.Apply in Person, WANT TO DRINK. THAT'SYOUR

\ GAINESVILLE Lake Butler Apparrel Co., PARTS All Types Of Electronic Equipment
-- -- -------- BUSINESS
Lake Butler Fla. Phone 496 SERVICE
i 1636SE3RDAVE- 3601 1/10 4tp 1/31 TV Color picture tubes only
: $79 plus labor, Dahmers DEEP & SHALLOW WELLS
Discount tfchg. THAT'S OURBUSINESS
TREAT YOU RIGHTU TF Plumbing Supplies

FOR SALE: One-year-old C/82

I i Blount Pontiac C.nil.l.ACI.ISMOBILK: : central air/heat. Near all ALL MAKES Bill Now Sells Hunting & Fishing Licenses

I CMS.Inc.: SM.ES&SEKMCE: conveniences in Starke. Your & All
Fine selection of I'sed Cars $17,900 319 N. St. Clair. PHONE 964-7061 Management Permits

etot v7=/ 'TakrnM'adillrcTradesi Itchg 1/10 Real Estate Home of the
FOR SALE 4 12 60 Mobile Magnetic Signs
I i JIMII :VU.IJlh'; Ph.97x-51111:\ : BR x DurrancePUMP
Home, take over payments. 3 ------- --- -- Broker 24 Hour SefVIceTIRED
BR Frame house Crystal Lake

Factoryuthorletl CAMPER SALES Homesites Total $12,000 FOR SALE: Hay $1.25 Bale, Rex Buy Sell- Tracle- < SUPPLY CO.

Pontiac & SERVICE Lake Access. Phone 473 Brown 718 W. Market Rd, 864-N. TEMPLE AVE.

', Sales-I'arls-Sertlte 2164. 1tp 964-5284 1/104tp 1/31 Appraisals;

JlilV. :Main (;u llt'nlllt'.t'ld.I TF
------------ -
I I .172-'.':Sx.t fainesvllleOFFICE ----------- CALL BILL POWELL
OFFICE 964-6464 WranglerBoots
SUPPLIES CAMPER MART INCr 2 Bedroom Frame Living FOR SALE: Bay Quarter horse
Room Dining Room Kitchen 1 mare,6 yrs., 16 hands. Green RESIDENCE9646S1O I FOR
:.1111 N. \ldinGaillt's\lIIe: Bath 301 North. broke gentle nature. All tack ;

BOOKKEEPING :37x-:<>:5l included $300. 964-7316. 2tp FOR THE ff ti
SUPPLIES TISayServlceDephl'omplele 3 Bedroom CB Construction, 1 WHOLEFAMILY SOMEONE ELSE?
('amping Store 1/2 baths. Living Room, Dining (1J ," dlI0(
AT Sales ---------
NOW ---
Room, Kitchen Extra Long
Concord.'oluntt't'r.,Sm.BRADFORD Ramily Room Central Heat and TREE SERVICE

COUNTYTELEGRAPH Key. :Midas Adventure Air, Natural Gas, Large Lot OVERSTOCKED Factory Fresh
\\heels. orris.:Monitor. Esceptionally Nice. now at Mobile BOOTSILla9
Home Brokers Hwy 100 BULLDOZIERLAND
Fan Explorer.' Sports Coach ,
964-6305 3 Bedroom, CB Construction, 1 Keystone Hgts. 4733029.' CLEARINGCOMPLETELYINSURED
STARKE 1/2 baths Uving Room with 3tchg 1/10 1/24 AND LICENSED

Fireplace Kitchen Family FREE ESTIMATES Handbags SUNOCO
-- --
Room, Covered Patio.

10 Acres Land with Pecan Trees FOR SALE: 5 Reg. Angus bulls JAX 768.8522

Your Letterheads Custom Designed Every 40' All Directions. Service age in spring Long OR STARKE 964-9935 100 STYLES OF WESTERNAND .

growth, Ankonian Jingo 2 10TP 1/31 IN
70 Acres with Pecan Trees Off blood lines. Fred Glenn 964- MODERN
By Bradford County Telegraph| 301. 7316 2tp 1/17 SIZES 18 TO 56 MADE OF

United Farm THE FINEST LEATHER Looking For A Change?
25 Acres High Land on Paved I IAgencyIne
Stationery makes an impression. Road I
Be that reflects the I Sunoco Offers

image you want to project. It's Call us, we have more. mos. AKC Reg. Fem., Blk PAUL & IRENE 1. PAID TRAINING 2. FINANCING

something we can help you with! $75. Mizell Ph. 4733061. Up FAULKNERASSOCIATES CARRADINESLeather 3 3 BAY 2 LIFT STATION 3OOOO GALMO.ALLOCATION .

STARKE FLA. 964-5O65
Job Printing FOR
986 N.Temple Ave.,Starke Bull SALE Calves.Registered J. B. White.Angus WANT TO SELL OR BUY I MILE SOUTH ON U. S 3OI MIKE CAPEZZERA (9O4)( ) 353-O941
Ph.9647826Wayne LAWTEY FLA.
Phone 9646114. tfchg ((904)) 378-O1O8
Douglas AssociatePh PHONE 782-34OO EVENING:

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January 10.197TELEGRAPH Page 13


J by Jeannette Prescott


New River Baptist
Church had a number of
Christmas activities
preceding Christmas. The 1 1WEEIIIY
Adult Choir had their
Christmas Banquet at the
Branding Iron at which time
they presented Mrs. James I
Countryman with a lovely
robe. Also the"choir went to
Raiford Prison and presentedthe
Cantata, "Carol of
Christmas," by John W.
Peterson.On )
ppp yF
19th the Church went
Caroling and then back to the Y
church for the Annual
Christmas Tree, opening of usonC = ( 1
gifts, and Santa Claus' visit. FRESH PORKQuantity
The Youth Department was B
very active last month with a Spareribs . LB.98c
cookout, decorating the Rig i1tS
church Christmas Tree, and QNNDXIE QROCE Reserved W\f RAND
hayride which ended at Mrs.L. WINN' -DIXIE STORES INCOPYRIGHT (. All Meat. Franks .Wo79C
L. Dyal's home for refresh- gppNOS PRICES GOOD THURS. JAN. 10 1974 .
ments; this past Friday the W O BRAND WHOLE HOG HOT OR MILD

young church people for a gathered cookout at and the THRU WED. JAN. 16 Sausage . ,PKG..LB. 99CHICKORY'

bonfire, and then the girls hada W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF TOP BONELESS
slumber party at Mrs. W D BRAND USDA INSPECTED PURE (No Addiliv..) W-D BRAND Round Steak $169
Countryman while Rev. Ground LB SWEET (B.
took the Beef. 5 PKG. $479 USDA CHOICE BEEF .
camping.On Smoked W 0 BRAND PORK SHOULDER WHOLE I! S L I ( E D Rump Roast LB. $179

Acteens had their Christmas USDA GRADE "A" FRESH FROZEN W.O BRAND '
Party at the home of Mrs. 43CBACON Ground Round PKG. $139WD
Wilbur Andrews. The girls Frying Chickens
playing games and f 'K TEAK(
exchanging gifts. Mrs. Sonny USDA GR "A" QUICK FROZEN ESW'D BRAND REDI BASTED Delmonico Steak LB. $239
Andrews assisted with the Turkeys .All.slvs LB.79C
games and serving the seven FULL QUARTER LOIN SLICED INTO
girls present. FRESH BOSTON BUTT 3 9 Pork $109
Pork Chops . LB.
Roast IB88C $
. .
Also that same day Mrs. N.

G.her Hayes home,Jr.for had a her Cookout Junior at FULL CUT 'J TAfiADGEJRMS I am. . IPKG.. $199

Sunday School Class.After the LB. al
ten present played games they LB.
were each given a gift by their
teacher, Mrs. Hayes. Mrs. "MIX TlHtfty
Dan Stanley assisted with the SAVE 33* MIX }}MBllf Jhriffy

party. -Maid}

The following students have COCKTAIL FOR FOR
been added to the Brooker Jt11 EEr
Elementary Safety Patrol: '
Susan Hamilton Douglas Brenda Dorminy.The Beth. / GREEN LIMA BEANS PURPLE PLUMS

i SAVE 33c 46..... CANS THRIFTY MAID 29-... CANS
physical education $ PINEAPPLE JUICE CUT GREEN >
program is beginning the new
year with kindergarten and Thrifty ill 16'H-o.. CANS THRIFTY MAID fRENCH STYLI 16-... CANS
first and second graders + Mafe JUICE"s
concentrating on "Frostigs 16-oz. GREEN BEANS BARTLETT
Movement Education." This CANS 4-oi. CANS THRIFTY MAID STEMS A PIECES SAVE 17c 46-01.
program is planned to help ORANGE i
increase the total develop- r MUSHROOMS
ment of young children their M41XOE 3 .17-01. BOTTLES THRIFTY MAID 28-01. CANS THRIFTY MAID
physical and psychological JOMATOES.DINNERS
abilities their ability to learn, CATSUP
about themselves and their MORTON
relationship to the en MEAT APPLESFOR
vironment. The over 150

be exercises followed and in procedures this unit will POT PIES i

Grades 3-6 will be involvedin 6 50e16ox. $1!
the seasonal sport of 7 9 9
basketball. Fifth and Sixth FOR
graders have been assigned to $! $i
study and report on the CANS
history of the game as well as
reading some sports news on ASTOR ill I FRESH, JUICY FLORIDA
the subject. Skills and lead-up 8 11-CX.

games throughout will the be unit.incorporated COFFEE PIES PKGS.ALL ORANGESi

School Advisory Council: A
council has been appointed to i

evaluate and the make total recommendations school 68 ALL ASSORTED FLAVORS ( HAM EXCEPT) 2 5.CAN $1
program for needed improvements 1-LB. CHEK DRINKS B.
to the principal. 2e o..
Members of the School Ad- 7 NRB', $100
visory Council are Fred
Johns James Watson Susan

Mary Green.Jane Betty Green.Hayes The first and & Beans 5 Jis.l00 1 Cut Beets . 6 CANS$1 1 00 Honey Buns . \PKo.49: C Orange Juice 2 axl00MORTON 1
meeting of the council will be
Tuesday in the school, Jan. 15.library at 7:30: There p m. Sliced Carrots 5 CANS 16'01. $100 1 Spaghetti . 6 1CANS$100 1 Apples . .. 5 B IB 89C Danis Roll . 2 P Gs.$1oo 1
will be monthly meetings .

decided future at meetings this first meeting.will be Cut Squash . 5 clsM00 Sweet Peas 6 CANS $1 l00 Lettuce . . LB.15c Ice Cream Bars 12 :E?. 99cSAVE


couraged to attend. Tomato Sauce 5 asl l00 Vegetable Soup 8 'S&'l00 Green Cabbage 2 HEAOS49C Shrimp . . Us. 99


and Mrs. J. W. Nettles Irish Potatoes 5 Ssl 1 Detergent . sox.48 Celery . . 2 usSS6 Breaded Shrimp PKO: $199 1
and grandson John, of Lake .

Saturday City Irving visited Hodge night.Mr.and and daughters Mrs. Tomato Wedges 6 CANS'....> $100 1 Saltines . . 1 sox 38 Carrots . 2 BAGS29C Coffee Rich 2 CTNS$1o0: 1

Claude Prescott visited his SAVE 32c THRIFTY MAID CUT SAVE 2ge DIXIE DARLING FRESH ((3 Lb. Bag 49c) EDWARD'S LEMON

daughter Reynolds, in Mrs.Memorial Genell Green Beans 6 16.01.CANS $100 1 Sandwich Bread 3 -.VEs$1 l00 Yellow Onions 5 BAG LB. 69C Meringue Pie. . 3.01.Sill $1 69


sday.she had Hope surgery she will last be Thur-well Whole Kernel Corn6 iis'l00 Flaky Rolls . 3 :PKGs$1: ;: l00 Grapefruit . 5 ;G 69C Broccoli Spears 3 PKGS.' $100

soon.We are thankful that J. P. _._ _._ _._._..._ _._.. .. ... ._
(Pitt) Baxter is able to be ----- --------- --- --------------------- ---- -

Hospital him.Mrs.home from. Have Bradford prayer County for I I --EXTRA 4 WITM?(.,.GREEN...H.CMOM STAMPS<*..MIMMAM W :I I !.(..XTRA*GREEN.*..N.COU.OM STAMPS...)MMCMAM Of ;, I I ;, I I EXTRA K J'14....._GREEN....wXw. STAMPS W........N ,; I EXTRA.dx... ..W GREEN*****.COMMM STAMPS AN**......10 N ;
Mamie Hodges is in ONE 40 01 JAR T--t No. J'/J CANS ONE 10'o.. JAR ONE USDA QUICK fROZEN
Gainesville. We pray she will ISO I Butter Peaches Instant Coffee Hen
have a quick recovery. ::: GOOD THRU JAN 16 THRU JAN, 16 b GOOD THRU JAN. 16 GOOD THRU JAN 16 .
__ No. 1 I -T Tao>IflCAt Wt M jjttt I 2 .......".,.' ....an. Nn. 4 ......",..,.,....." No. 5 .,,...,_.,.,?.,.,. I
CHURCH NEWS .. .. .. j.

Dedan Baptist Church: EXTRA EXTRA ; EXTRA ; EXTRA ; EXTRA

Sunday Pastor: School Lacy, 10 Conway.a.m.; .M d71...GREEN......wXM. STAMPS W......10 M ( I .d7..(...GREEN...N.COV_STAMPS AM*........N I I _J.14.-...GREEN...' .... STAMPS...X/KX.Y N t I I FM alL...GREEN..........0.STAMPS I I J.14...KarN GREEN,A was STAMPS w wKwu r ;
Preaching 11 and 7 p.m. ONE 3.IB. PKO ONE HALF SUNNIYLAND ONE ;;at: SIZE ONE 14'o<. SIZE I ONE ll'/j.i. STOUFFERS a
: a.m. .. TASTY
Training Union 6pm.
Rev. Howard Mott broughtthe Beef Pattie* Smoked Ham Crumb Cake ; Banana Cake Macaroni & Beef ;
Sunday.New Baptismal Year's message Service, i N o. .. ....''''.. .......... No.7 *T0U.IW.I WHM.B..I. No. 8 ?.a.THRU, .JAN,a..a.. 16... No.9..VOW*)lOCAl Wll ...., No. 10 .,,...,"'..?>...?
will be held the 2nd Sunday at
3 p.m. for Mr. Manning at
Rev.. Lacy Conway's place. 430 W. Madison





Page 14 TELEGRAPH January 10, 197-1

Bicentennial New, Lower Gasoline Octane Numbers Explained By Commissioner Conner"If I

CommunityNews Described To you are puzzled by the The first is known as the number, add -the Motor checks lubricants and brake service volume station meters pumps are tested to high By
new sticker on your gasoline Research octane number and number and divide fluids to assure the motorist to be certain they
pump with an octane represents a measure of the two. This gives the Antiknock that they are both safe and inspectors accurately and
Rotary Club number lower than the one octane level of a fuel at lower Index (AKI) which is the reliable. are delivering state standards.
meet other
you are u sed to seeing -I will engine speeds. The second number shown on the pump," Measuring devices from
try to explain," says Doyle number, call Motor octane, is Conner says.
Florida's participation in Conner, commissioner of the a measure of the octane levelof For example, if you have '
the nation's Bicentennial, Florida Department of a fuel at higher engine known a certain grade of .-'\\ DAY CARE
By Elizabeth livens; Walker which will be celebrated in Agriculture and Consumer speeds.Research. gasoline to be a 94 octane
1976, was described at the Services. octane generallyhas (Research number) and its *.,:11 1 CENTER
Rotary Club of Starke last Two different octane been the more acceptable Motor octane number is 84. .ta!
DELL CHAPTER OKS; weekly services began with week by Robert Hugli, a staff measurement systems have indicator of automobile engine The sum of the two numbers ... FROM ARM BABIES ...
The regular! meeting of Dell Ushers No. Board No.2 and Choir member of the Bicentennial come to be recognized over fuel requirements, but in equals 178. Dividing by two -1I TO SCHOOL AGE o ."."?
Chapter 168 OES will be held The 3 Senior meeting Choir Monday rehearsed night. Commission of Florida. the years among people recent model years Motor will give you the AKI numberyou '.l'
Thursday night at 8 p.m. in the The Florida Legislature concerned with the refining of octane has increased in im- will be seeing on your CONSTANT CARE- BALANCED SNACKS
Masonic Hall on Brownlee Tuesday night. Wednesday created the Commission in gasoline and the manufactureof portance. Of the two pump 89.
Street. All members are askedto night Prayer Meeting. 1970 to plan and develop engines that use them. measurements, only the Octane, of course, is not the NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M.
the Ladies
please be present and on Thursday night Florida's participation in the Research octane number has only measure of gasoline
Circle the home of Mrs.
time Business of vital importance met a program celebrate the 200th Office ever received wide publicity. performance. The blend of REASONABLE RATES
Rebecca Allen Hour will to new
be held at the church Story (tonight anniversary of the American female employe manager: "You'll findno Recently, the Cost of Living fuel components and additivesis WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE
Revolution issued regulations also vital to
Council easy starting,
Band sex discrimination hereeveryone's -
also The
NKUS' ) Prayer goesto has been allotted octane THEIR PROBLEMS
CIIUKC1I Each state overworked." requiring a single good warm-up power and J
New Bethel Baptist Church, Hampton Friday night. federal funds to assist them in number to be posted on economy.Our .
Rev Leroy Davis Pastor. Choir No. 2 rehearsal the I setting up their Bicentennial Tribune Ed Reed Syndicate Regltterand gasoline pumps. This numberfor Bureau of Petroleum Greater Bethlehem FreeWill .t r
Wednesday night Bible Friday Circle night.will Saturday sell dinners programs,and Hugli said that each grade of gasoline is Inspection, Division of :'":.f
Class and Prayer Meeting will Can kitchen. is each Florida county will Aide to senator, after determined by averaging the Standards,tests gasoline to be Baptist Church
the 1 /
be held jointly. All membersand from Sunday receive some of this money on campaign speech: "Sen- Research and Motor octane certain it meets quality 964-5136 .
School ST. AT ASH ST.
friends are invited to Youth Day. Sunday a matching basis. $1,500 has sational! You ve never been numbers. standards needed for good 1101 CHESTNUT OR
attend. Saturday night, Jan. will service begin at 11.at Deacon 9:30.: Morning James been allocated to Bradford more ambiguous." "You take the Research engine performance. It also FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866 1 1/24
12. there will be a business County and will be availableon
Prince will deliver the ad-
meeting at 7 p.m. All officers dress. Dinner will be served at a matching basis for ... -
and members are invited to planning and development of
will be held at 4
12:30.: League
will the local the
attend. Sunday services program
At 6 there will be a
begin with Sunday School at 10 skit.p.m.Visitors p.m.always welcome. speaker said.
am. Morning service at 11. The community has a wide
Ebenezer Church,
Holy Communion will be givenat Rev Davis Baptist, choice of projects, which may
Leroy pastor.
The include historical restoration,
the 6 p.m. set vice.
School will terminate -
invited to attend. civic that
public is the services for or projects are
Greater Allen Chapel related to the spirit of the
A.E.M. Church, Rev. B. C. Sunday. Regular Jan.services Bicentennial and that can be
be held Sunday. 20.
Williams, pastor. completed or be underway by
Sunday School will begin 1976.
services at 10 a.m. Trustee PUNCH LINE Hugli said that a portion of
Day will be observed. Morning I OF THE WEEK I the matching funds will be
serve at 11. There will be available to the county as soon
an official meeting at 3 p.m. as a local organization is
All members and officers are J perfected.Parliamentary.
asked to please be present.
Evening service at 5:30.:
Plans are in the making fora

"Come As You Are" *7;
program by the Junior Church Procedure Cours e
that will terminate Sunday.
Feb. 10. All members are THE ULTIMATE
asked please cooperate with IN SHAPELY Set at Lake CityA
this activity CURVES\
Greater Bethlehem FOUNDWITHIN basic course in
Freewill! Baptist Church. Rev A parliamentary procedure will
Jasper Williams, pastor The SMILB.Super begin Jan. 14 at Lake City
'" Community College under the
instruction of Mrs. Grace
Bowl Bajcki, a professional
registered parliamentarianN.A.P.
and parliamentarianfor x
the Florida Nurses
Munchy Basket Association.The .
basic course is the firstin
a series of three

Qt. Port Costa Do Sol parliamentary scheduled procedurecourses at LCCC 5u % z '

Classes will meet. Jan. 1417.
Box of Boursin 6:30: to 9 p.m., in the nursing
classroom of Technical
14 lb. Port Wine CheddarBox Building B.
,If t A second course in in-
of Stoned Wheat Thins ... termediate parliamentary
procedure will be held in the
Swiss Tobler Chocolate Bar r same location Feb. 11-15: ,

$5.00 ,I followed parliamentary The courses March by the 1115.final are procedurecourse advanced free and Good Reasons To SaveGuaranty

open to the public. One con-
Open Mon.-Sat. 10-6 tinuing education unit will be
awarded for each course.
Registration will be held at
the first class meeting. For
Wine&GheeseGallery further information contact At
Mrs. Dale Perkins, LCCC
coordinator of continuing '
_- education, 752-1822: extension
244. __

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3003 NE 19TH DRIVE 373-9846 GAINESVILLE .


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