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: November 29, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of HeavenVol.95

No.18 Thursday November 29, 1973 Copy

Man, 73 Residents

Struck, City 'I

KilledBradford Asked To Cut

County recorded
another traffic fatality last
Thursday morning when
George Donoway, 73, of
Starke was struck and killed Y Power
by an auto driven UsageChances
Freeman Thomas

The accident
pre-dawn hours
west of town

of headlights Thomas who Fuel OilShortage
the victim Dim
westbound land.

were filed,

Etheridge Homicide of For A
patrol. Lawtey

Grand Donoway St. in lived Is CitedFacing
4 41v
was thrown 194 4f
impact and torn *, Water a fuel oil
cording to System shortage for the Starke

sonnel on the power plant, city fathersare

Other accidents uYT { With little more than a third of the signatures making an urgent

and collision Jimmie of Lee necessary to obtain an FHA loan for a proposed plea to residents to

when Collins failed municipal water system, the Lawtey City Council reduce consumption of
right of way and faces an uphill fight in its drive to sign 279 consumers electricity and are
while Copeland before FHA decides to withdraw funds moving themselves to

tempting to pass earmarked for Lawtey and shunt them to other reduce the city's demand.
and SK-235. ,
resulted from communities seeking loans. Crews are presently in the
process of cutting off as many
Donnie Although FHA is asking for Another query concernedthe street lights as possible.There
was struck : the 279 signers by Dec. 1, addition of chemicals to will be no use of electric lightsfor
motorcycle when Lawtey Marshal M. M. Jorthe water and whether or not recreation after 10 p.m.,
Bartlett, Melrose,5)y dan, who is carrying the brunt this would make it unfit to ic. the city's tennis courts, and
into a driveway. 5. \< of getting the needed drink. Snell said that state law electrified Christmas
beneath the signatures said that only 120 required the addition of decorations are another
removed- and : had signed for the proposed chlorine, but this should not victim of the fuel shortage.
the Gainesville h water service to date. He had affect the taste of the water Businesses are being asked to
Center. little hope of obtaining the any more than' it does in cut off neon signs and to
motorcycle was necessary signatures by Dec. Starke or all other towns curtail consumption in every
$650 and $200 to Ii but a spokesman for the having municipal plants. way."Tinnot'Dinting. ..
A '72 Dodge Council said he believed FHA"Many' owners 'of' private it I'm ;'lit., J
Goodge sustained would grant another extension wells Lawtey\ now complain telling it like it is. We're in a
damages when a of time, if needed. about the large amount of iron serious problem," Mayor Neil
driven by Present Lawtey water has" in the water supply, which Tucker told the Telegraphafter
Starling struck been described as "terrible, discolors clothing, clogs up he, Commissioner One
vehicle- on the but little interest was shwon pipes, and causes other Wiggins and City Clerk
William Joseph on the part of residents at a troubles. Snell said if the Merrill Edwards returned
injured in the meeting called by the council municipal plant is installed, Monday night from a meetingin
transported to that made straight A'i during lljalmar McMillan and Curtis White. Kneeling: Jody lIar- last week for the purpose of the water will be tested for the state Capitol in which
Hospital. : at Bradford High School. They per Anna Hankerson and Diann Moore. Not shown Is Gloria answering questions con minerals and the necessary Wallace Henderson,
( ): Forrest Trisler Bobby Jenkins, Mosley. cerning the project. The treatment given to correct the orginarily the state budget
Gerald Lynn meeting was attended by problem. commissioner but who has
charged with Charles E. Snell, FHA county been named by Gov. Reubin
and driving supervisor for Alachua and Estimated .cost of the well)) Askew as State Allocation
after his '65 Straight A's At BHS Bradford Counties, but only and water system, including Officer, presided. Hendersonwent
the rear of a six or seven Lawtey residents the cost of management isestimated over with city officialsthe
Kirby Shi Smith, appeared at the session. at $414,000, which state's Emergency Fuel
Smith was )) seven percent of the student earn consistent A's all through Bobby Jenkins, son of Mrs. In answer toquestions, Snell I FHA has agreed to lend the Allocation Plan..
make a left hand body. their high.school careers. Zeporah Jennings, Lawtey, said the minimum! charge for city five on and a 40 year percent Starke faces a shortage of
Jackson's Two students, senior Jenkin's subjects are SpanishII water service would be $6 per interest. one-quarter It has been determined fuel for the power plant for 107
Another nerson Hjalmar McMillan, daughterof SENIORS teacher's aide month, covering use of up to that minimum of 279- days in 1973, and after the
Volkswagen was Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Mc Anna Hankerson, daughterof Humanities, debate and 3,000 gallons. He said the needed a Tallahassee meeting city
is to amortize
left the scene. Millan of Starke, and junior Mr. and Mrs. Willie speech, drama and chorus. average family of four would users officials are anything but
the loan. The would be
Three Jody Harper, daughter of Hankerson, Starke. Miss Hjalmar McMillan use around 4,000 gallons per city unsure that the city will be
occurred in Starke Rev. and Mrs. George Harperof Handerson's subjects are daughter of Mr. and Mrs. month, at an average cost of required only to pledge its given an increased fuel
(See Page Starke, are the only two to teacher's aide and sewing. (See Page 5)) $6.90 per family. (See Page 5)) allocation to make up for the

shortage.The .
shortage was created

Plan Fails To Avert Walkout when smission Florida Co. of Winter Gas Tran-Park

Compromise City cut gas the it will allocation supply the of natural city to

.- 188 days, 61 days less than the

An attempted compromise Graudons back to the power reader,earns$178.80 per weekas who has been off work former city police officer, and Two linemen, Gerald The commission's com firm supplied the plant in 1972.
solution has apparently failedto plant was presented to the a meter reader.In because of a heart attack; Robert Dead, former power Crosby and John Sasser, have promise plan, which was At the same time the city has
avert a walk out set this employees Wednesday afj Claude Hardee, former city plant operator for Clay also been contacted and will rejected by the crew, was been limited in November, for
morning at 8:30: (Thursday, ternoon by Mayor Neil Tucker futher emergency afternoon action policeman; Luther Hardee, Electric at Keystone Heights, be present Thursday morning formulated at an emergency instance, to purchasing 95 per
Nov 29)) by some dozen em- and Commissioner Orie Wednesday the Gerald Jackson, 1 former have been contacted by the The meeting was still in meeting held at 5 p.m. cent of the number 2 fuel oil it
ployees of the city power plant Wiggins, chairman of the commissioners and made met again at 5 Power Plant Employees.In city and were to be present at progress at 7 p.m. Wed- Tuesday, Nov. 27, in which the used in November 1972.
and line crew.A : Utility Department. But the p m.keep the arrangementsto in addition Bill Chambers, 8 a.m. Thursday morning.. nesday.A (See Page 5)) Therefore, Mayor Tucker
small salary increases givento plant has calculated that the city
list of increases to after the walkout Thursday
wage only part of the 12-man will be short fuel for the power
four employees and the morning. plant some 107 days in the

transfer of Supt. George phone crews"Yes was,down they rejected.when slammed we told the Four contacted former city and employeeswere agreed to 3 Escapees Captured In High Speed Chase coming rate of demant year. at of 3,700 the current to 4,000

.... .. them to walk go to work in the plant. Theyare kilowatts.In
we were
:. .: going
;--- : : ::;" out," Lineman Wendell Ira Allen, former Three state prisoners Correctional Institute at prison spokesman said the long chase. Authorities a nutshell the power
: JM mechanic at the Raiford by hiding in trash hid in'' 55- returned the prisoners to plant's supply of natural gas
W.t,","' u ; Grover told the Telegraph. power plant escaped from the Union men apparently \
barrels but whena Raiford and placed them has been slashed by about a
. .. -, = Grover said Mayor Tucker were caught gallon barrels used to haul
: : behind bars again.CORRECTION. third and the city cannot get
and other city officials are car they stole overturnednear trash to a dump and jumped
Orange Park, police the truck driver when he assurance it can purchase fuel
: aware of the walk out to come 4 Construction Code that loss.
make for
. this morning. Tucker reported. reached the dump outside the oil to up
In 1972 Florida Gas cur-
acknowledged that he has prison.
tailed the power plant'ssupply
formal notice from Supt. Ordinances Sgt. Allen Tres of the Clay Police said the trio drove for 116 days. In 1974 it
George Graudons submit that the ProposedOrdinances County Sheriff's office said he the dump truck to Lawtey, The Bradford County will be 177 days.That 177 load,
crew plans to their spotted the stolen car Mondayand where they stole a car The '68 Telegraph on page '9 of its as last year, would ordinarilybe
I resignations Thursday providing for 100 from open rural to. chased it at speeds of 90 Ford belonging to Cephus November 21, 1973 edition made up by fuel oil pur-
morning. Graudons plans to the adoption of the Southern wholesale and warehousing.Gave miles an hour through a Johnson was taken from his incorrectly stated that J. T. chases.
walk with his crew. Only Dan Dodd an extension -
Standard Buildings and Gas subdivision until it overturnedon home on SR-225 east of Bass of) Brooker, Florida "is 177 days multiplied by 8,000
BUS Band electric department employeewho Codes, the National Electric of time for moving an a curve. Lawtey.One currently probation in gallons of fuel oi, the amount
he won't leave is used
says Code, and the Southern accumulation of building used in an average day to run
Sidney (Junior) Griffis, long Standard Plumbing Code material from his residential inmate asked Catherine connection with a charge of the plant equals
CHRISTMAS time city employee.Men were finalized by the County property on Paradise Lake. Law Johnson if he could use her breaking and entering in 1,504,000 power gallons of fuel oil.
enforcement officers
Bradford sometime
TREE SALE Dodd said he was attemptingto phone and when inside County
who stated their in- Zoning Board Tuesday night using a prison bloodhound, pulleda back." The city last year purchasedsome
tention to quit Thursday for presentation to the County find a location for this tracked the knife.She ran out and locked 900,000 gallons of fuel oil
men into nearby The Telegraph at this time
STARTS DEC. 8 Commission.Also material in an open rural area herself in her sister's house
morning are Supt. Graudons, shrubbery, Tres said. The wishes to retract this and prospects for more are
AT SCHOOL GROUNDS Clinton Boatwright, Tommy to be submitted is an near Theressa. of three made their getaway nearby. statement since it Is not true.J. dim right now.
the application
WASHINGTON ft 301 Hardenbrook, Ray Craven, J. ordinance giving the Zoning Wm. C. Barnes for about 8a.m. Monday and were The three inmates T. Bass is not underprobatiCJn The power' plant is on an
W Whittle, John Crews, Board enforcement powers, reclassification of property on apprehended before noon. demanded the keys to the car in Bradford County, interruptible supply of natural
Crews John Florida Gas has
Lesley Plimpton gas,an option
clarifying violations of its parked in the yard or they Florida.
BUY A TREE Wendel! U S. 301 North from open been since fuel has
Quick exercising
Linzey ,
regulations, and providing rural to commercial for The escapees were iden- would break down the door, The Bradford County
AND HELP THE BAND Grover,Merren Lizenbee, and tified Marvin Telegraph wishes to extend to been short.
penalties of a $500 fine or 60 of a grocery with as Kenneth Johnson? said later.
Lester Willingham. days in jail or both. purposes take-out beer service. The Kellum, 21, serving 20 years J. T. Bass its sincere apologyfor But natural which also gas to
C-rol: "Any of my men is worth as If approval is given by the application will be recon- for second degree murder "We threw the keys out the this error The Telegraph from residences Florida Gas comes Tran-
much as any meter reader," Commission the new or- sidered after the board's land- from Hillsborough County; window and then they askedus further apologizes for any smissions In Winter Park is
The (Community Supt. Graudons stated dinances will be read three use study is completed. John Albert Morgan 33, for money," she said. The embarrassment or damagethat not interruptible. Residential
&talr Sank Wednesday afternoon. times and a public hearing -Granted Lonnie Rhoden serving 100 years for robbery inmates left with the car when may have been caused to far not in
Basis of the electrical held before final adoption.In and Nell Duncan extension ofa from Dade County, and James the two Johnson girls told the Mr. Bass because of the in- jeopardy, the so council are states.
crew's dissatisfaction is that other action the board: temporary permit for William Harding II. 24, serving men they had no money. correct statement in the officials
A.-.a Nw Vias4 U.. November 21 1973 edition of But city are
indeterminate term
-Approved application
former at
T. by police chief Kenneth by mobile home on property the
120.000 definitely taking shortageSee
....... an..a __Car.C Fuqua who quit his chief's Johnnie Barrett for Nell's Style Shop near Santa up to 20 years for robbery The escapees drove east and the Bradlord County
post to become a meter reclassifying property on SR. Fe Lake. from Pinellas County. were later captured after a Telegraph. ( Page 5))

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ADK Members Stork ShowerFor Linda Edwards Investiture Ceremonies Held BCH Auxiliary Plans I

Plan/ ProjectsOn / Mrs. Hawkins Bridal ShowerMiss For Troop 370 Brownies Annual Christmas Tea

Nov. 19 members of Mrs. Eddie Hawkins of Linda Edwards of The Bradford County J. W. Ritch is general
Alpha Gamma chapter of Hampton was honored at Brooker, bride-elect of Joey Investiture ceremonies for Parents and friends were Hospital Auxiliary honorednew chairman.Mrs. .
Alpha Delta Kappa met at the stork shower Friday a, Bennett of Lawtey, was the Brownies of Troop 370, greeted by the Brownie members at the general
Magic Needle for their Nov. 16, at Dee's Trailer Park honored at a bridal shower on Starke, were held Tuesday ushers, and presented with a meeting Monday night in J. K. Lawson sponsorfor
regular monthly meeting.A given by Jane Croll and Nov. 16 at 7:30: p.m. given by evening, Nov. 20, at the First program. Methodist Fellowship Hall. the teenage group, and
Thanksgiving devotionalwas Rosemary Scheyder. Mrs. Daisy Boch, Mrs. Ralph United Methodist Church. Welcomed as memberswere Mrs. Linda Kay Johns co-
presented by Mrs. Ruth Wise, Mrs. Raymond Caudill, Following the flag Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf.Sr. sponsor! gave a report of the
Frazier. During the business A pastel color scheme Mrs. Randy Blom, Mrs. W. E. r Phi ceremony, a program was ., Mrs. John W. Griffin, girls' activities. The teenage
meeting conducted by the used in the decorations. The was Pendarvis and Mrs. Milo Beta Sigma presented including a play, Mrs. Eunice Searing, Mrs. group was formerly called the
president Mrs.Lucille Payne of the latterin James R. Mrs. Linda .
table Smith at the home "The Brownie Story, a dance Lawson CandyStripers.Active
plans for altruistic projectswere gift pink and was blue centered stork.with The a Lawtey. AL Met Nov. 26 entitled, "Strut Miss Lucy," Hildebran, Mrs. Ruby f Mersey,
discussed. and several songs.; Mrs. Sharon Brewer, Mrs. S. members
refreshment table were
Mrs.\ Carolyn chairman Canova for, covered with a white cutwork was Corsages were presented to r' Gamma Theta chapter of The invested J. Figlock and Mrs. Dave reminded they must give at
program girls by troop Shuford.
the honoree least 30 hours service
her mother Mrs.
cloth ,
and a
centered with ; year
a Phi met Nov. 26 at
American Fine Arts, Carl Beta Sigma leaders, Phyllis Carver and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin
Edwards, and Mrs. H. W.
Mrs. A. J. crystal punch bowl. the home of Mary Sue Underhill -
presented Barry Bennett, mother of the Pat Welty, were Kelli Carver, presided over the meeting, the social
During hour
who displayed different typesof Honey Dew Crews, Michelle when plans were discussed for
needlework and demon- Games were played duringthe prospective groom. Thompsons Brenda Slade, president, Harrell, Rhonda Hutcheson the annual Christmas tea on refreshments were served by
strated various techniques. party hours and prizes conducted the business Martha Murphy, Theresa Friday, Dec. 14, from 9 a.m. to Mrs Louise Kite and Mrs.
After learning to do were awarded. Among the 43 guests were Celebrate 50th meeting during which the Murphy, Mary Ruth 3 in the Hospital Con Mona Canova assisted by Miss
Among the guests were Mrs. Mrs. E. W. Hodges of Brooker, Lillian Stump Mrs. Griffin
needlepoint all enjoyed a sorority discussed having an Richardson, Daniela Rigby, ference Room Invited to
time of browsing.The Rose Koby, mother of the Mrs. Hattie Darley, Lawtey, entry in the Christmas Dottie Wilkison, and Julie attend the Bradford and Mrs. Fig lock.
Thanksgiving motif was honoree, and Mrs. Charles Mrs. Evelyn Tucker, Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin N. parade. Sandra Davis and Wise. are
Hawkins, her motherinlaw.The Mrs. Beatrice Hewitt and Thompson of Windsor County Hospital
used in the refreshments Harriet Jackson presented a Pixies for the
Troop are members and their wives! the
their 50th
served by hostesses Mrs. hostesses presented the daughters of Kingsley Lake, celebrated wedding program on "Happiness thru Lenore and Adrienne Welty. doctors and their wives, the UDCToMeet
honoree with a bassinet and and Mrs. Sarah Albert and anniversary with a receptionat
Frances Hamilton and Mrs. Awareness of Blessing"followed Refreshments were served
staff, ministers and
Lucile Johns layette as a memento of the Mrs. Margaret Albert of the North Club on JacksonvilleWoman's Nov. 18. by a discussion.The from a table decorated! : for the their hospital wives, city com W T. Weeks chapter UDC
occasion. Jacksonville.
next meeting will be occasion Mrs. will have luncheon
Hosts this occasion by Joyce missioners and their wives a Wednesday -
on were
SloanJennings/ ; their five children, Mrs. R. W. Dec. 10 at the home of Eve Hutcheson and Mrs. Linda and the Bradford County Dec. 5, at 12 noon at

To Garden Club Milner, of Starke; Mrs. Mary Godwin. Wise. department staff. Mrs. the Holiday Inn.
To servedby
Date Set )(' BAnnouncement Altar Society Refreshments were
Stafford, Mrs. JoAnn Bazzell, 'and
the hostess Barbara
is made of and James Thompson, of a n
Meet Tuesday Meet Dee 6 Patray, cohostess.Methodist
Jacksonville and
the approaching marriage of ; Tommy
Sandra Jean Slone daughterof Thompson, OrangeTexas.The L A
:Mr and Mrs. Edward M. St. Edward's Altar Societywill The Starke Garden Club will Thompsons have 18 WomenTo =
Slone of Miami\ to Lloyd meet in the Parish Hall on meet at the home of Mrs. A. grandchildren and 11 great '
Dec. 4, at 7:30 Gift
Harland Jennings Jr. of Tuesday : p.m. Russell Norman, 1305 E. Call grandchildren. TreeThe \\e
Mrs. Shaller is Decorate
Peggy hostinga
Gainesville son of Dr. and Street, on Dec. 6 at 9:30 a.m.
:Mrs. Lloyd H. Jennings Sr. of Christmas party followingthe Library materials will be x
Starke. meeting. It is suggestedthat available on landscaping and First United Methodist Good For /u.g9 ( !
The wedding will take place ladies bring a gift of $2 plants. There will be a Women will decorate the I (
Dec. 8 at 4:30pm.: in the First value to participate in the gift demonstration of Christmas Chrismon Tree and hold a 9 7-
Baptist Church Starke. exchange. decorations. reception for new members of 9 One Year -
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the UMW on Tuesday mor- 9 :; i ftA
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birth of her daughter, Tabatha and Mrs. Harold a
Her A Babbette, born Nov. 16 in the Alvarez gave a party 9 SEND SUBSCRIPTION TO ftft
Alachua General Hospital. Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4 J BRADFORD CO. TELEGRAPH
Maternal grandparents are p.m. at the Lawtey Skating 9 PO. DRAWER A ftA ftft
Mrs.James L. McMurtrie and Lisa .9
Kink for their daughter, STARKE.
ChefAt the late J. L. McMurtrie of FLA.
Magic on her ninth birthday.The
'' Starke. Paternal grandparents 12 young people enjoyed tw f TO SUBSCRIBE JUST FILL OUT THE ftft
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i Gloria of Long Island, N.Y. ments set up at the rink while '9 FOLLOWING INFORMATION ftft

Tabatha is also the daughterof skating. l1Q . ::. : .
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Sawyer Slade Alvarez were Mrs. Gregory tl

ill ::: Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Alvarez Mrs. (Ivery Thompson t (NAME) -- -
'I: ; Minesnger! announce the and Mrs. Verda Johns.

The Perfect Gift For ChristmasThe birth of a son, Thomas Ryan,
on Nov. 20 in the Alachua "
General Hospital.Mr. Rlckle Sullivan (STREET OR ROUTE)
Best Price Offered Yet On New 1973MAGIC i
t. and Mrs. Sonny Bassett Celebrates 9th
of Lake City announce the _j
CHEFYou'll birth of a son. Mark Lester, on Kickie Sullivan celebratedhis f;p (CITY) STATE ZIP
Nov. 8 in the Lake Shore tenth birthday on Nov. Hi tt
Hospital, Lake City. Grand- with his fellow members of the f: ENCLOSED IS A CHECK FORt
enjoy all of these features parents are Mr. and Mrs. Small Fry "yellow" football
f Raymond DeVoe of SLarke 'learn al the home of Mr: and $7.00 1 YEAR $4 FOR 6 MO. =
and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mrs. Kill Marchant. Mrs.
Hassett of Lake City. James Fender assisted in
\ From serving hot dogs: and drinks to a a w n a a '
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Up I :So and Mrs. II. "'. Strickland
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I (_f( Mrs. Edward: Burns second;
Mr. and Mrs. Chiirlvs Kiddle,
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Now Mrs. .1. II. Mincsmuer( and
Curtis Sanders were second,
Mrs. I'aul Johnson mill Mrs. /'Ifl;
Gl Lucille, Djivie were third

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Fort Lauderdale spent Crawford and family of 1
Thanksgiving with Mr. and Augusta, Ga. spent the long
Mrs. Dan Hazen In Mr. and Mrs. John Greene -- weekend with her parents,
Jacksonville and also visited and son spent the long Mr.and Mrs.S. R Johns, and
Cliff Hazen in Riverside weekend with Mr.and Mrs. 11. : other relatives. .
Hospital. Mr Hazen is now L. Chancey in Wacissa and 0

convalescing at home Mr and Mrs. W. O. Lambertin Mr. and Mrs. Robert W, o.
following surgery Newport. Harrison and family of .

MM Waycross, Ga were
Thanksgiving guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. S. Harrison.

Mrs Ella Moody and Mrs.
Edna Hart visited Mrs W C
118 South Court St. Manning in St. Jude Nursing mam

4 < : Storke, Florida Home in Jacksonville Sunday,

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b Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
f 964-8400 964-7100 Talley of Daytona Beach, Mr.
and Mrs. James Talley III of
Gainesville, Rex Crist of
........ Starke,and Mr. and Mrs C. S.
'NaapU3'4U1J' Haddock of Ocala were
iJiiic WinnersMike Thanksgiving guests of Mr.
Turkology and Mrs. Jim Talley, Jr.

King, Verna G. Schmidt, and Carlea Todd are winners
"Mr. and Mrs H. A. Lawson

[$ ; [l1JJ0( ($ Contest.King in G18 The Gene Telegraph's Drive Starke annual was Thanksgiving first In with his Turkology entry at had during their the long children weekend home: Bud

Lawson of Marion S. C. Mr.
S a.m., Nov. 16 Mrs. Todd, IU. 1, Box 275B. Starke, was
to the Telegraph office at and Mrs. Joe Jordan of Live
second finisher,getting her entry
N. Walnut Street, Oak, and Mr. and Mrs. sIIGBaldwin
10:30: a.m. Nov. 16. Mrs. Schmidt 323 \
Starke, brought her entry to the office at 12:30: p.m., Nov. 16. Charles Lawson of I 1
Sunday Dec. 2 All three caughit The Telegraph In an error. We must admitto Tallahassee families. and their
leaving an'S1 out of Starke Builders Supply.All .
three were presented with a gift certificate good for a
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Wlnn-Dixie turkey. Hobbs and daughter of ...

___ _- _...-,-,,.,,_i,_,.-_."._- Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. --- at
2-5 P. M. Jimmy Hobbs of Crystal
River spent Thanksgivingwith
Mr. and Mrs. Richard St. Sandi Morgan of Patricia their parents, Mr. and Chevy Olds
John and daughter, Joy, were Stevens Career College and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs. Mr. and -
called to Milledgeville, Ga. Finishing School In Tampaand Mrs. Jimmy Hobbs also
(!l! (! L1Irn'i! ] Nov. 12 due to the illness and Gary Melvin of South visited her parents, Mr. and
death of Mrs.St.Johns' sister, Florida Junior College were Mrs. Albert Williams.Mr. 1973 Chevrolet Impala CoupeONLY
Mrs. Clayton Studstill. visiting their parents over the
BlIlIm Seaman Vincent St. John of long weekend. and Mrs. James Cash 13.000 MILES LIKE NEW ALL LIGHT GREEN PAINT WITH DARK GREEN
Port Canaveral was a and family of Orlando were OVER POWER STEERING, POWER VINYL INTERIOR CLEAN ONE OWNER
[ U (!0 pallbearer. Enroute home Comer Perryman of Thanksgiving guests of) her BRAKES AIR CONDITIONING V8 CAR. POWER STEERING, POWER
they visited friends and Jacksonville visited his parents Sen. and Mrs. ENGINE, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION BRAKES AIR CONDITIONING RADIO
relatives in Ocilla, Ga. mother, Mrs. E. K. Charley Johns. WHITE SIDE WALL TIRES DUEL AND HEATER. SHARP. THIS FINE CAR
The Public Is Invited To Attend.We Perryman, over the weekend. EXHAUST SYSTEM VERY CLEAN AND HAS SOME MILES ON IT BUT THE PRICE
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hazenof Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton SHARP WAS $3.996.00 NOW IS RIGHT, WAS $3,496,00 NOW
Gainesville visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Curtis of
spent the weekend in
accept Bank Americard & Master Charge Mrs. M. F. Hazen on Sunday. Erwin, Tenn. were Saturday Bradenton with Mr. and Mrs. 53a95 $2495
visitors of Mrs. J. R. Kite. Neal I Boling.
1973 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Coupe 1972 Chevrolet IMpalaTHIS
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith
and Miss Garnet Smith of
Marc Jackson and celebrated
Melissa Jackson's
7th birthday

NN To The Man In Your Life Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stein- $4,09),00 NOW 53995 $2.99500: NOW 52595

meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Billy
Steinmeyer, Mr. and Mrs. F. 1973 Olds Cutlass Supreme 1973 Chevrolet Short W/ lau
V. llerlong, and Mr. and Mrs.
Denmarks Mark Herlong of Jacksonvillewere DOOR HARDTOP POWER STEERING Pickup
Ella Moody were WAS $2,795.00 NOW
Thanksgiving day guests of 53795
Mr and Mrs. C. II Fink in 52495
Green Cove Springs.
NOW SAVE FROM $32 TO $78 1972 Olds 98 LS Sedan .1973. .evroletJOII W/..IauFULLY
Mr. and Mrs: E. W. Hayes[ LOADED WITH OPTIONS. SOLID ..
and Mrs. W. E. Hayes and CAR NICE WAS 83,985.00NOW: HEATER, REAR BUMPER 6-CYLINDER '
family in Miami.Dr. ENGINE ND ONLY 8.000 MILES. ONE
And enjoy the famous la.Z.Boy Reclina-Rocker of your choice. Any style on this page, in any 52995 OWNER TRUCK WAS $2.9:6.00: NCNV525SD

of many fabrics or vinyls. All in a brilliant range of colors. Only la-Z-Boy gives you this faultless and Mrs. H H Adams,
combination of recline and rocking ease just lean back into the relaxing angle of your choice, Mrs. J. 11. Moseley and Mr.

or use as the finest platform rocker. Now is the time to enjoy this often imitated but never duplicated and spent Mrs Thanksgiving John Watson weekend and son 1972 Ford Torino 1972 Ford Sport Custom FkkR,

combination of luxurious comfort and carefree good looks. Quantities are limited so be
son of Orlando were weekend CAR PRICED RIGHT. WAS $2.69600 WAS $3.196.00 NOW
guests of !\II". and Mrs. Guy NOW 52aS5
Andrews. S2S9S

Mr and Mrs. Charles

the Goodowns long weekend and family with spent his 1911 Pontiac Crandville Coupe 1971 Chevrolet Short 8/Basi

father, Charlie Goodowns, in DARK BLUE WITH WHITE TOP AND Fleetside
L' Englewood-Wolfson football TAPE SYSTEM AND ROAD WHEELS. 82,500 NOW
game at the Gator Bowl on ONLY 44.000 MILES (SHARP CAR) WAS 52195
Thanksgiving day. $3.196.00 NOW 52495

David McKnight of the
University of South Floridawas
home for the weekend.Mr. X

and !Mrs. Robert Green
had as Thanksgiving gueststhe 1973 West Wild hat
descendants of the Adam
reg.$231.. .YOU SAVE$32 reg.S210. .YOU SAVE$41 Newnan, Ga. LITTLE OVER HALF THAT AMOUNT OF MONEY

Mr. and Mrs J. T. Carver SAVE SAVE SAVE
and family were
Ill Lv.LJrJu. Thanksgiving guests of Mr
and Mrs James McClure in
Jacksonville.Mr. .

and !Mrs !Maxie Carter. i\\ "
if Sr. spent Thanksgiving' day ChristmasTrees
with Mrs. Lucian Johns, Jr. in oo


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when our house burned.These
thoughful acts have been a A Jaycee Project
N ee h'I 1 great souce of comfort to us
I and we will always be thank
I t, ful to all of you.
I d Katie Colbert and family
il'f1rIf l I ,

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TELEGRAPH: Novt'mbt'r2'J,1973

College-Career PINE LEVEL


Department At Four miles west of Starke on
SR-100. Church phone, 964-
Makes Itself KnownThe Pine LevelThe 6490. Parsonage, 964-6407. LIKE
Sunday Bible School, 10
St. Johns River Junior College for women. Three From Page 3)) a.m. Sunday Morning WorShip ?
College debate team of Joe close rounds were dropped to College and Career 10:50; Sunday Evening
Scanlan and Terry Brown the University of Florida, the Department, a newly formed Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Mr. and Mrs. David Mon- Training, 6 p.m. Sunday
advanced to the quarter-final South Florida class at Pine Level Baptist Jr. and family tgomery and family attendedthe Evening Worship, 7 p.m.
rounds of the University of and South Alabama. were Montgomery family Wednesday
Church, is only a few monthsold Thanksgiving of Mr. Evening
Monlivallo's Debate Tour- Friday, Nov. 30, Brown and and off to a good start with and Mrs. Paul guests at Gulf reunion Wednesday to Worship, 7:30.: Choir
nament, November 10, before Scanlan will be travelling to Charles Browning as their Hammock. Saturday at their camp on the Rehearsal, 8:30.:
losing to the tournament's top- Enterprise, Alabama to teacher. For their first activity Suwannee River. Thursday Visitation, 7 ,;gt
seeded team from the in the Bollweevil Sunday Teen
compete last Saturday evening, Carlton Faulk of Evening
University of South Alabama Invitational."We the class met at Palm Lanesin Jacksonville and Miss Trish Myers of Wesleyan Singers practice, 5 p.m.
on a two-one decision. still have a lot of workto Gainesville where the of Mary College and Kathy Myers of Teen School Prayer
Both sophomores are 1972 do" said assistant coach members enjoyed good Addington visitors of Mr UF and were Mrs.Sunday Maxie Tallahassee were home for Meeting, 8 a.m. Tuesday, t
graduates of Bradford High Ron Brown. "But already the fellowship and loads of fun Carter, Sr. the weekend. across from high school on
School and have made the team has made a name for watching each other bowl, 301. Bring your Bible.Want .
elimination rounds of all three itself in Southeast." then later having pizza at Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neal Cary Nazworth is a patientin
tourneys, thus far attended. Dominos.In Belche Riverside Hospital.Mrs. (
and family of Norfolk,
The Montivallo tournament the near future a new Va. spent Thursday to Mon-
the first time that the Gladys Weldon, Mr.
marked Sunday School addition will be with their r
debate team had J day parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Weldon of
two-man added to the church, giving and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell in
the division Jacksonville, and Mr. and
entered varsity JTo this class ample space for Starke and Mrs. A. C. Belchein
competing solely against ON THE quick development. The Lake Butler. Mrs.W.A. Weldon of Bushnelland
veteran teams from major college and career class is their families spent the --G
universities. made up of those out of high Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edwards long weekend with Mr and f Mu
The team posted a 3-3 prevent Formica and school and under 25 years of spent Thursday and Friday Mrs. Charles Patrick in West :r ,II
record with wins over the Micarta surface from being Their Florida. \;
training time is at
age. with friends
in New Port .....
rubbed 0. ::
the heed :
University of Tennessee, LSU wrong way, 10 a.m. Sunday morning. News Va. ;
and the Mississippi State this hint.Never use an abrasive Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb s
>M____ or strong scouring powderon Mrs Arlen McKnight was in of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. JohnC. (fi"6t: ($
these surfaces. Such treatment Greer and family of arU6tCQ
You're pretty darn good at will ruin the finish. Pour BRADFORD COUNTY Manning, S. C., Nov. 16 to 20, Bradenton, and Mr. and Mrs.
yourjob. But today, we all haveto rubbing alcohol on the surface SCHOOL,MENU visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Bill Cook of Orange Park C Q
consider how we can do and spread evenly with Langston. The family was spent the long weekend tr1
our work a little better. That's your hand. Allow this to sit Menu subject to change due to joined by LTC and Mrs. Don camping at Ozello and In- to worship in a H '
how each of us can help for a minute and then pour delivery. Koretz and daughter, Manya, verness. friendly atmosphere where silty a
keep our jobs here in America.For bleach. Spread this over all of Alexandria, Va. the service Is centered ;
stains. Rinse with clear water. MONDAY: Hamburger Mr. and Mrs. Barney around the needs of
and for the future.
now Gravy on Mashed Potatoes, Mrs. Charles Darby visited McRae, Mrs. Betty Crawfordand people??
Efforts Green Beans, Celery and her son, Mike Darby, in _
to remove fruit and son, Steve,. Charles
berry stains will bear fruit if Carrot Sticks, Orange, Hot Pittsburg, Kas. from Nov. 16- Holtzendorf, and Mrs. Cary Where the Bible is
America.lt only worksas you stretch the material overa Rolls, Milk.TUESDAY. 24. Nazworth and sons were preached in simplicity??

well as we do. large bowl and pour boiling Thanksgiving guests of Mr.
water through the stains. If : Corndog, Cole Mrs. Chester Hadsock and and Mrs. Bobby Crawford in Where people love one
stains remain, bleach with hydrogen Slaw, Cheese Sticks, Applesauce Miss Janell)) Hadsock of Providence. another??
.1 chlorine Cake, Milk. Lakeland, Ga. were weekend I
._..._. peroxide or
rM"'''''' -MSIS p
bleach. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mrs. Hollis Hope, Sr., Mr. You will find all of these at
WEDNESDAY: Chili With Hurst. the First Baptist Church of
and Mrs. Hope, Jr. Atlanta
x-mrinm x rrinnnrinnrinnrfy Ift .a. .aaa..aftft.. Beans, Lettuce Salad With
n n -. Starke.
and Marty O'Toole of
Unusual Gifts; For Tomato, Corn Peaches, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett, Melbourne were Saturday /;
French Bread, Cookie, Milk. Sr. spent the weekend with overnight guests of Mrs. L. D. Join those happy hundreds
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Knapp in Vining. who joyfully express their
Everyone Hre lt THURSDAY : Peanut Jacksonville.Mr. faith each Lord's Day at
Butter and Jelly Sandwich, Saturday dinner guests of First Baptist. IL
Ciift.JJ'rv One-half Deviled Egg, Mixed and Mrs. Brian Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathewswere
g (lnnl/J JL./L, Vegetables, Tomato Wedge, Hamilton and son, Bill, spent Mr. and Mrs. Bruce "We are Committed

For I Fruit Cocktail, Cake, Milk. Wednesday Hamilton family to Sunday reunion at at a Mrs.Mathews Lowell Maitland Mathews, Mr. and of to Care" .,fi- x

I FRIDAY: Beef Stew, Rice Crab Tree Farm, near Folkston, Mrs. Virginia Sunday School- ::4Sa m.
Every and Gravy, Greens with Asheville, N. C. Mathews of Milliard, Mr. and Morning Worihlp-11 o'clock WE HAVE INCREASED OUR
HANDPAINTED ENAMEL : Roots, Cornbread, Jello with Mrs. E. T. Breazeale of High Church Tr.lnlng-IS: p.m.
THIMBLES one I Bananas, Milk.Decorated Mrs. John W. Griffin and Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Evening Worship-7:30: p m. COLOR PRINTING
| I S a. .. Miss Lillian Stump and Cheatham of Orlando and
nephew Brad Hamilton,
their families. "The Church With Heart
FOLDING SICISSORS Christmas treesin a
Thanksgiving day with Mr.and .
Christian homes did not In the Heart of Starke" TO PRODUCE COLOR
Mrs. W. H. Thomson in
and }{. Thomasof
Mr. Mrs. R.
become popular until the six
Monticello.Mr .
teenth century, when Martin Sampson as Ben P.Bryant

(FOR YOUR THAT LIST PERSONON THAT t' id'1 from Luther his cut garden a snow-laden decoratedit tree and Mrs. Mike Goldwireand Thanksgiving sister, Hilda Sewart guests; nephew her, William Pastor George DECEMBER 21.
I LOVES NEEDLEWORKI I family of West Palm
J"fl 74 Ronald Rudd and soninlawand
; Minister
with candles, and placed it MuSIC
Beach visited Mr. and Mrs.
KITS OF EVERYDISCRIPTION W 'M in the nursery for his wife Gilbert Goldwire over the daughter Purvis, Mr. and all Mrs.of
and children. Johnny .JDHNSTONPhotography
E weekend. Jacksonville. Their son, JP .

? FOR EVERYONE ON YOUR LIST U IV Prince Albert, Queen Vie.toria's Mrs. Robert Dealing and Arthur Thomas, of Can
= BEGINNING WITH AGE 5 OR 6 % If consort, brought the children and Mrs. Charles Jacksonville spent the anyonedo

1 We also have many Christmas tree tradition to Montello of Jacksonville were weekend. what 1915 N.W.13TH ST
England when he wed the Saturday visitors of Mrs. L. D.
British monarch in 1841. He Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr. and
[ made items
ready Green. 372-2512
fop sale. bet up richly-decorated tree daughter, Anne visited Mr. you do

[Find there is stilltime to place in Windsor Castle for the first Mrs. Lex Green was 'a Savannah and Mrs. Bobby Ga. Welch the in GAINESVILLE, FLA.
time that over better?
year. Thanksgiving day guestof Mr. any
weekend. Mrs. Haynes'mother
I your order for a and Mrs. R. A. Green, Jr. and Mrs. David G. Scott,
More than 30 million American
f customized gift.; households will have a family in Gainesville. of Decatur, Ga., returned with
them for an extended visit.
J 964.6300 964-5149 decorated live-cut Christmastree Herbert Thomas and Shaw

1517 BESSENT ROAD STARKE, FLA this year.* *. Buck of Groveland have Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stark
returned from a two weeks and children of Wayne, Pa.
pheasant hunting trip to and their parents, Mr. and '\
Clayton, Kas. Mrs. Alex Morton of West
moreland Trailer Park spenta !
OPSONS CHIROPRACTIC Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. week in Fort Lauderdaleand
Barrett and family of Gun- Disney World.
tersville Ala. spent the long
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell PSS 1
CENTER Bob Cooper. Norman attended the Florida-

Miami football game in Miamion
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Stearns Saturday.Mrs. .
and children of Anna, 111. were
Announcing New Office Hours, Thursday and Friday guestsof W. F. Herlong had as
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Early.
visitors Mrs. Christine Put 12 Monthsof :
Layfield and T. J. Layfield of J'r t
Starting Nov. 5 R. C. Howard of Jackson- Fort White on Tuesday, and
Call ville visited Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Roy Layfield of LakeBarboI'
Thank You Merrill Edwards on Sunday
and Mrs. Betty
Herring of Pahokee on Outdoor
I Cooking
\1 Dn. Fri 964-8018 Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ed- Wednesday. Enjoyment
Dr. R.E.
Dopson wards,Sr. were Thanksgivingguests

Daily of their daughter and Local admittances to Under Your Christmas Tree.
family, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradford County Hospital this
8:30-12:30: : 4t High in Jacksonville.Mr. week include: Mrs. Martha
Brown, Hampton; Susan and
and Mrs. R. O. Dansbywere Charles Hilliard, Raiford; Charm Glow
Thanksgiving guests of Clarence Wilhelm Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Andrewsin Geneva; Mrs. Sylvia
Jacksonville. Kirkland, Mrs. Martha Dixon

Bush Gulf Bait & TackleN. Mr.and Mrs. Mark Rennick Diamond Bennett, Luke Mrs., Louise Hiram Gas
of Hendersonville, N. C. were Newman. Franklin King
weekend guests of Mrs Ressie Thomas, Theodore
Temple Ave 964-7361 Henrietta Hunt. Frank, James Crawford, Mrs. :
Miss Rebecca McMillan, Eliza Fancher, Donald \\itz.i Many Models To Choose From

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. McRae Mrs. Elma Starling, .
G. McMillan, has been elected Michael Robinson, and Mrs.
President of Epsilon Zeta Minnie Rhoden, Starke. '
GOING OUT OF Chapter of Kappa Kappa .
Gamma sorority at Florida Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish 1?
State University for 1974. A and daughter of Pensacolawere
1971 graduate of Bradford Thanksgiving guests of
High School, she is a junior at Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red-
BUSINESS SALE. FSU, majoring in Speech dish. TPC
Communication. Prior to her
election as President, Miss Mrs. X. M. Smith and Mr. .

Lost My Rental Lease ArrangementAnd class McMillan treasurer served and as chapter pledge and Melrose Mrs attended Jerry the Bolden funeralof of tG t\\

membership chairman. She is Luther Wells in Plant City

Have To Move e e also Lambda a member Delta scholastic of Alpha Saturday. C '..;

honorary.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson o
were Thanksgiving guests of .lIOflelA4lfK
and Mrs. Earl Jones Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins in
No Profit Will Be Made. returned last week from a Jacksonville.Mr. Gas Grill with 48" Post
visit with their daughter Mrs.
Willis E. Sherwood, and and Mrs. Frank Curleyof
family in Snowflake, Ariz. Meriden, Conn were Complete} QQ9Q
Everything Goes At Cost Sunday overnight guests of
Mr.and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell HEJ-1 Only
returned Monday after a Norman. The Curleys and the
While It Lasts. weekend flight to Montreal, Normans were on the same
Canada. tour of the Scandinavian
countries recently. With Each Purchase You Get a Choice of

daughter Miss of Patricia Mr.and Mrs.Myers John

WALL TO WALL Myers of Kingsley Lake has Shelf Rotisserie
been chosen as a member of '

Ga.the Wesleyan Green Knight College soccer, Macon teamat !ff ffft'I /11.1 1tf 1 h hA ?]IJ} Limited Time OnlySawyerSlade

loaf of bread found in Gas
SELL OUT Mr.and Mrs. David Griffithof an Egyptian tomb must
Newnan, Ga. and Mr. and have been rather stale. It
Mrs. Joey Reese of Ocala was 3.500 years old I
#" ,q #,#" ,#." " " " ,," '.r"r.. ." '.'r." ': spent the weekend with their Madison St. 964.7701 StarkeI'ageI
mother Mrs. R. W. Reese.


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November 29. 1973 TELEGRAPH Pages

A Students Power Use. Water.
I Lawtcy . e. I Ientire

(From Page 1)) to the power plant seriously.At officials are hopeful now that Wallfottt (From Page 1))
(From Page 1) this point, the city is at it won't come to that

Florida Power and Light fn reply to a question Snell tempting to see how much The city is also faced with council heard a report department.On five and one-half percent
franchise (about $1,000 a said that the municipal water Merrill McMillan, Starke. current can be saved by an increased demand on from Commissioners Charles motion of Commissioner salary increase for all city
year) and the receipts! from service should increase the Miss McMillan's courses are cutting off all non-essential power from the new shopping Schaefer and Vernon Silcox Wiggins a job classification employees, following an
the water plant. No consumer value of each lot in Lawtey an bookkeeping, business lights and asking residents to center in south Starke to go on who had met with the crews was made with emergency five and one-half
would be liable for any defaulton average 61 $500. Members of statistics, vocabulary review, use electricity judiciously."I line the first of 1974 and by the the previous Wednesday when reference to two employees; percent"cost of living" salary
the loan, Snell said, and no the Council said that the office aide, and she Is out for think everyone should new Eight Days Inn on north they walked off the job. entailing a slightly higher Increase authorized last July
lien on any private property average $7 to $9 monthly cost tennis proceed to curtail consumption Temple Avenue salary, and a longevity by the commissioners.The .
would be involved.As of the would be more Diann Moore, daughter of in All of the commissionersand provision in the case of two discontent presumablyarose
far as service Mr and Mrs. Leonard Moore every way Commissioners also went to City Clerk Merrill Ed- other employees, also the employees
hookup cost, Snell than offset by a reduction in possible," Tucker says. Daytona Beach last among
said that would be a decisionfor fire insurance premiums and Starke. Miss Moore's subjectsare : Businesses are being asked to attempt to week to wards were present for the providing an increase in because they had been led to
the Council to make, but he VOE secretarial course power session. salary, was made. believe that the new budget
the saving of cost of operatinga shorthandII cut off neon signs, for instance from Florida Power and
would suggest that everyonebe business English, The commissioners All of the commissionerswere would provide for salary
estimated at basis
given 60) days in which to $3 private month.pump, and office practice. on a voluntary Light Only promise they got, unanimously agreed to in accord on the motion adjustments that would be

hookup to the system without Snell per told the he Gloria Mosley, daughter of however was for emergency when put to a vote, with the more in line with what other
group "If this do it the for
doesn't short
a of
power period
Mrs. Annie Bell transfer Graudon
Mosley, George of Commissioner for
charge, except for the cost of would must prefer drinking exception cities were paying com-
Starke. Miss takes only next step is to chop them time. FPL would not supply back to the
piping water from the meter Mosley power plant as McRae, who voted no. parative job positions.. From
water with a small amount of "
into. the house, business, chlorine added than to drink English and teacher's aide. off, Mayor Tucker states, but the city at low demand hours superintendent, the positionhe In a hastily called unofficial their viewpoint the five and
he adds he is that after
Forrest Trisler of Mr. hopeful can midnight. formerly held before
mobile home, church or other the water from son city commissioners one-half percent "across the
present and Mrs Ralph Trisler be avoided. Clerk Merrill Edwards has being made the general held does
structure. lie said meters Lawtey's private wells meeting Wednesday board" salary increase
would generally be placed at considering the high water, Hampton. Trisler's subjectsare "I'd rather give them the also applied to the U. S. supervisor of the utility morning, Nov. 21, at city half not provide the required
the line. Consumers forestry wildlife opportunity to do it them- Department of Commerce Commissioners Charles adjustments.
property table in the community and
would be required to place a the possible pollution from management and library aide selves," Tucker told the city regional office in Atlanta for Schaefer and Vernon Silcox, Commissioner Silcox explained
deposit on the meter. septic tanks. for two periods. council Tuesday night. additional fuel oil, but no Man Killed., . and Bond Trustee George B. to the group that the
Curtis White, son of Mrs. Several times, the com- answer has been received and Flynn, Sr. acted as a commissioners were alreadyat
Idella White, Lawtey, White's missioners stated their uncertainty Tuesday night nobody knew (From grievance committee to hear work on an overall wage I
Page 1))
subjects are Spanish. English, of the current when an answer could be complaints from the 14 employees and salary study that would

GAINESVILLEBusiness library aide. He is in his third situation and were reluctantto expected.The week of Nov. 19-25, without of the Utility and Gas provide for certain merit
council for the durationof
year as a BUS varsity discuss more serious injuries according to the Departments. increases and that it would
basketball player. measures at this moment. the shortage, also instituteda Starke Police Department.A Immediately after repor ,ilso take into consideration
moratorium on connectionof for work Wednesday additional increases
Ambassador drivenby ting on salary
Further steps would be 1971 ,
DirectoryAUTO JUNIORS calling for a four day school new electrical or gas Mildred Louise Nocks, morning, Nov 21, following for length of service with the
Jody Harper, daughter of week the schools are thecity's customers. Gainesville collided with a the adoption of the new budgeton city, but that the final details
Rev and Mrs. George Harper, ; Tuesday night,Nov. 20, the had not been worked out at the
Starke. Miss Harper's sub- largest power con- Demand on the power plant 1972 Ford, driven by Richard fourteen city employees present time.
SALES jects are Spanish I, sumer. The commission is varies from a low of 1,900 KW Alan Johns, Starke, on Call walked out in a body and Some further encouragement
chemistry American asking that school officials from midnight to 7 a.m. to a Street, Nov 19. Damages to appeared at city hall to was ollered bv'
historYd find ways to conserve power. high of 4,375 KW at 7 p.m., the
the Ambassador that
Humanities algebra Commissioner Schaefer
CARS CARS CARS were request an emergency
For the town the darkest
American Literature.The peak period. But in warmer or estimated at $300 and $200 to meeting of the commissionersbe pending the receipt of the
H DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION A-B honor students brownouts prospects seem to be cooler weather the demand is the Ford, according to Officer called for an immediate auditor's report for the fiscal
include: section by section. more. The demand peaked at J. L Howard's report. !Ms. discussion of their grievances.After vear ending Sept :io.) 197.J:
PLUS 3O DAY WARRANTY or possibly, a blackout of the about 7,000 KW last summer,
Seniors Patricia Bowen Nocks considerable
"M was charged with a delayin Schaefer said that the report
> ON MOST CARS entire city for enough each for instance. The plant'scapacity
Shelia Dobbs, Marion careless drivine.l trying to locate enough may disclose a surplus that
I Dowling, David Eunice, day to cut demand down to is about 7,500 KW. members to provide a could be used in making the
OWNED Sk OPERATEDBY P. Hall Darlene meet the fuel supply. But city which impossible
Stephen school quorum, was salary adjustments.
By 8 a.m. when opens Oldsmobile sedan
A STARKE MAN Hobbs, Brenda Holmes, the plant demand has increase A 1955 at that particular Recognizing the tact that no
Frederick A. Jackson driven by Rufus Alvin Riley because official would bo forthcoming
time Mayor- action -
Randy Martin.Sophomores. about
from 1,900 KW to 2,600 with
Starke collided 1972
Jeremiah Johnson, Theresa Commissioner Neil Tucker at the hastily culled,
Auto Sales Sonja Biggs hour 9
Marchant KW. In another by driven Carl
Datsun coupe by
Lambas, Don Loper, Janet and Commissioners One session, the city employees
Micheal Cooney, Karen a.m., the demand is up to 3bOO Rhodes Jacksonville
GAINESVILLE McCrary, Ina E McDougald, Crawford Debora Ernest Wiggins and Jimmy !McRae: gave the commissioners a (two
or 3,600 KW. At 10 a.m.
Theresa Williams Deborah on SR-200 Nov.23. Damages to of for the weeks ultimatum heroic Ihl'would ",
were out town day,
Cindy Edwards, Cindy Gissy, demand is to 3,800 KW,
1636 S E. 3RD AVE. the left side of the Datsun
Lisa Newman Telia the take further actionon
Napier, impromptu session got any
Julie Griffis, Jennifer Jockel, and at 11 a.m. is varying from were estimated at $300, and
Norman, Howard Osteen, underway shortly after 9 am. their complaints.
MARCHANT WILL John C. Kilby, Beverly Meng, 3,500 to 3,900 KW and at noon the Oldsmobile
$35 to according -
Paul Parsons, Joe D. Sapp, Darrell Moody James Commissioner Schaefer A lack of information when
Guy to around 4,100 KW.
RIGHT goes up to Officer KennethCarlton's
Deborah Shuford, Loretta Ann Stalnaker, John Wall, Larry explained to the group that no needed and a breakdown in
Starling, Landa Thornton, White Gary Underhill and From 7-8 p.m. the demand report. Riley was. official action could be takenat communications was given( l 11\>
AUTO SALES SKHVICKBlount BRASINGTON Debra Vickery, Charlotte Danette Rodnque. averages 3,600 KW and charged;; with careless driving.A the meeting because of the Commissioner Silcox as I Unreason

Pontiac CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE I : Whitehead, Robin Williams, Freshmen Ann Allen, gradually decreases to an lack of a quorum. for the walk-out.
CMS. Inc. SALES SERVICE Nancy Fullwood, Joe Gorda n, Ricky Brown, Darla average of 2,000 KW from A Buick, driven by Schaefer also said that it Alter hearing the account ol
Fine selection of Used Cars Paul Hutchins, and Judy Christopher, Susan Edwards, midnight to 6 a.m. Willie Washington Starke was his opinion that any the grievance session a'i
at.oc urFactory Taken On Cadillac Trades Stewart. Ellen George, Jay Godwin, How much will cutting off collided with a parked 1971 grievances from the em- reported Tuesday ul ternoon to.
2001 N.W. 13th J>rm-5101: Juniors Amy Blalock, Beth Eoline Green, Ruth Hazen, street lights help? Pontiac, driven by Richard ployees should first be addressed the Commissioners li\
Chapman, Karen Ferm, Dwight Hewitt, Nancy Jamison Starke, on Florida to the City Bond Schaefer and Silcov M.IVOI:
Johnny Hobbs, Becky Hul- Hildreth, Helen Lee, Earl "Quite a bit," says Power Street, Nov. 25. Damages to Trustees who are charged Commissioner Neil: Tui-kei:
: Authorized ELECTRICMotor chins, Kathryn M. Jones, Muse, Hank Perdue, Lynn Plant Supt. George Graudons. the Pontiac were estimated at with the responsibility ol suggested that the misunderstanding
i'onUacSales.Parts.Servlce Repair Co. Rhonda Jones, Joy Laine, Pierce, Susan Reddish, John Cutting street lights in half $300, according to Officer operating the utility department may ha\
Nancy Lee, Debbie Mitchell, Samons Mimi Scott and will sage 250 KW of output he Denton DeVoe's report. The Bond Trustees UI'isen' because his sal.tr>
210:N':, Main C.ainesville.Kl.i. Of Gainesville. Donna Pauley, Joy Starling, Leonard Whitehead. said which will save running Washington was charged with would then recommend to the adjustment proposal i
:i72-2r: iU'pairing-Itcw hiding Lisa Sweat Diane Yawn and three 1,000 KW Superior Improper backing and commissioners for any actionto recommended to the commissioncrs
!New; and Used engines for two hours. therefore causing an accident. be taken. at an earhci)
2H16 :\\V.Bth': 1MI.372-H3IH The new budget provides a meeting/
OFFICE SUPPLIESAND Santa ArrivJolly es In Star he

BOOKKEEPINGSUPPLIES Old St. Nick is slated to Florida Bank parking lot
arrive in Starke next Satur Cash prizes of $65, $45, $25,
Johnson & Faris, day, December 8, to kick off and $15 will be awarded to
NOW ATBRADFORD the Christmas shoppingseason. those entries judged the most N00
Inc outstanding on the basis of FOR
theme, originality, artistryand I +
COUNTY SEEDSI'LANTSInsecticidesPet :': Santa Claus will be a featureof
the annual Christmas appearance. The corn- '
TELEGRAPH96463O5 FKKTIIIZKKSUe Supplies Parade sponsored by the petition judging will take
one half hour prior to
Starke-Bradford County
Kent Fertilizer Spreaders CHRISTMASNew
STARKE II 221 i :N'1:. W. Nth- IMi. 378-M76( Chamber of Commerce and parade time at the assemblyarea
will be riding atop the city fire the date of the parade 8
truck from which he will Dec.
MOVERS GLASS distribute free candy to the Interested individuals and
children along the parade organizations are invited to
enter floats and other 77Fl
Lung lj"t
:SturagrPaekhtgCratingShipping; Glass Company"Glass The parade will assemble at blanks may bi obtained at the
9:30: a.m. on the south side of Chamber of Commerce Officeon
Free Estimates Cull For the Bradford High School Call Street or by clippingthe

FrontsMirrorsTub Every Purpose"l' football field (Adkins Street: ), attached entry blank. 73Rt
ICnclosurrs-Shovtrrs and will travel south on Deadline for all entries will be Car

Furniture Tops-Glass Orange Street to Madison 12 noon, Friday, December 7,

Van Service, Inc. NKW: replaced LOCATION Thompson turning east, then on Madison North on to 1973.CoChairmen of this year's'

::110 t $ :N.K.aldo; ltd. i'ville 1228 So. :Main Gainesville Thompson turning West on event are Judge Elzie Sanders From
:372-4J7I :1172-8191-172-1102! : Call Street to Court thence and Mayor Arthur Bruno of
North disbanding at the Hampton.


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speaking the See The Good
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\\heels,Nurn:': s. Monitor: collision between the man
964-63OS Fan. IvplorerSplrrts'oach: seeking the office and the! Ed
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caring for your water heater. Friday Niqhlt Saturday How To Have ANEWCRR

Mitt. Fayt't New R.I. : e .'
"L.t',Sing, longTogether"
We approached: the people \\hl should know,

because: the\ do the maintenance: work on t
hundreds of apartments. .Here are some of the and

things \\were told. "I Love flung, Around
L You"
? I. Drain the wafer: at least once: a sear. The high mineral
i content: in Florida water leaves a (film on the heating ENTERTAINMENTINIOHTI & CHRISTMAS MONEY.

element causing it to burn out more quicklj.130 and ..,.." .....,AWEEKEVERY ......,.....
j between
2. :Make sure jour thermostat is set

I 150 to assure an adequate suppU of hot water: WEDNESDAY t When You Buy A 1973 Car From Them.
3. Check dnppina '1'auv.cts: : b> repl.1dng.her.'

periodically: ou"ll\ save more hot water and eleLlncitythan : ....,..
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\ou r ,lliu. Also See Their Great Selection Of 1974's
4. A$k tour appliance: dealer about the proper sire;: and ." Bobby's

ty pe of, I use vou should be using. An inadequate\ fuse; can

( t interfere: w iih healer!>el"\ kc:.

S. I Have a pro 1 look). at jour c!P if).. Hideaway See Tom & EdlodayForlheGiftOfYourtife"Your

water heater; once a scar. This r

can avoid future repair costs. "00'0"' rowuEUaM/COMy..Nr 101 Nor'h-Waldo

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TELEGRAPII November 29,1873

October'land sales reacheda October Property Sales Total S517.OOO Chloe Rivers grantors to
high of $517,000, in Bradford Dorothy Jewel Chambers of
County, almost $239,550 more B. .I -I-- Naples, Willis Paul Rivers
than last year's October salesof Apopka, Fla., four lots ofWynn's grantor in Jacksonville, to grantee, three lots of New Edward E, Bryan and Earl F. Jones and Nona V. Bloodgood, grantees, two lots and Arlene Rivers of Opelika,
Addition to Starke for Michael C. Paul M.
$331,450. Copps Hampton Beach for grantees,
and $25,000. Elizabeth Bryan Jones, grantors, to Russell in Smokerise for 6000.( Ala., grantees, four acres in
Starting with January, the $15,500. Stemmetz, Natalie W. Thelma McGee, grantor to Smokerise for 2300.
one lot in Lee Bryant and Nina Lee T Oglesby Mary Bradford County for 13500.
monthly totals are: January Jack E, Hazen and Clara T Steinmetz, grantees, a parcelof Henry V. Hodge and Marian William E. Gualt, Jr.. and Bryant, grantees 80 acres of Lawrence Oglesby John 11. Guy Andrews and ElizabethS.
$187,243, February $418,800, Hazen, grantors, to Earl F land in Smokerise Sub- Youlon Hodge, grantees, a Janice Diann Gualt, grantors, land in Bradford County for Helen Ellen Rivers, Andrews, grantors, to
April $663,500, May $1)21,000, Jones and Nona V Jones, division for $12,000 portion of land west of SR-100 to Woodrow Griffis and $27,400. Rivers Mary F Rivers Cora William E. Vogeny and EricaJ.

June $406,200. July $575.046 grantees, a portion of land Freeman Register III and for $5,000)() Pauline Griffis grantees, a Lake Properties Inc. Wallace K. Rivers, Vogeny, grantees one lot of
August $767,200, and September west of SR-229 for $20,5<10. Paula Faye Register, gran- Lake Properties, Inc., parcel of land west of SR-300 grantors, to Richard A, Rivers, Roger Armond G. County Club Estates for
Patricia Rivers,
with Lake Inc tors, to Andrew J. Seickel, Jr.
September $859,900.land sales were Properties, grantors, in Jacksonville, to for $1,000} Bloodgood and Nancy Rivers, Judie Rivers, and $1,800()

high due to several transactions -
of a large parcel of
Largest transaction in 3 BIG DAYS
October was the $135,000 sale
of four parcels of land containing THURSDAY, FRIDAY,

100 acres in all in AND SATURDAY
Bradford County within right- ,' Ir4 d 2pgr t
of-way of SIl-221 The land GF OPEN EVERY MIGHT til 10P.M..

was sold by Mid-Florida
Production Credit .l/r IT TODAY?

Association, grantors, to LAY IT AWAY?
Lacasibu Properties, Inc and I I / I, / I 7-PIICf SALAD
Marra Investment Corporation OWL SITI
grantees in WITH ANY II5.00
Ao Rees roe .Aw.r
Second largest transactionwas APPLIANCE IS OPEN !
the$61,800 sale of a parcelof Land RADIO 524 NEW
land in Lake Geneva. The GIFTS'! TOYS Largest selection

land is from 304 Partnership, !
LTD in Jacksonville, grantors OVER *It iiru''
to John Jay Burris, 487 -' 10* Mia
/ A/
*+ [master charge ? -'
grantee, of Jacksonville. NEW
Prices of transactions are .GIFTS SAVE 12A TO 44 A OFF OUR DISCOUNT PRICES? OVI.35IJTH .
figured from documentary tax
stamps affixed to deeds filedin

Listed the county are sales clerk's of office.$1,000 k \ -r; $ G'k

and over: '
C H Braswell and Sybil E

Brasuell, grantors, to Charles $
David Roberts and Cynthia G. r' s"' ",,"," SAVE 1.00 _;;;_
Frounfelter Roberts alslutul I -IIrfW ,, I MENSFAMOUS
grantees : I 'ttinnin rr1.J :
five lots Peek's Ad- Is .
in --
,: "Y'H"'L./
dition to Starke for $25,200. ; MAKER
Harold K. Norman, grantor Y Y l I DRESS PANTS ,'
to Loca Norman, Charles K.. a\, u i $ 1 1 l \ .

Norman Michael L. Norman, 1 I' .' 1 F IDOUBKI.K BLINK INC* t trend "
Sheila K.. Cox Vickie r I Il +
y ,. ,.- tu." : o: r, b .e; e SAVEA7
:Norman Cathy Elaine i
y ftp mut'IJ"7J(1I""JrulfIT1D"l ._ e MENS QUILTED
Norman and Harold Kevin iy "fy, r rs
Norman, grantees, one acre of $ 1, ORE JACKETS S pec id I purr
land on SK-200 for $1,000. _s.As .jJ w J i r i chase* Poty-

Elsie Weber grantor to -F 1O88 Permanent ester blends press
Douglas W Bennett and SAVE 6.00 t I Is Superbly toilotd -
Kathryn 1\1. Bennett, grantees $ SAVE 22%; oi the finest SAVE 2.10
for famous maker
SH-200 5500. 100 Nylon

Gene D. Adams and EmmieK Cf '" \ Water.repellent Quality fabrics. y ...
Adams, grantors to .3 t Ell ..4;( ES \ \ 2 chest pockets, Sues 3042 .i,2- ;ma
William L. Cone and Alice C olD. ;; with snap flats
;aqc: ... s iu Side fobs, Adjustable
Cone. grantees, two lots in Hi. .ise handlebars and saddle Fancy tinsel. trimmed miniature 35 New) Lemon freshened M, o ..V. WCIStAlumnum Fashionable, all 'leottior" Italian. boot
Indian Beach for $27,210 seat Safely coaster broke and ght set Double blinking. Very I C C
and gentle multi-purpose detergent \r., zip, and twofers n black bow and tar
L. F Dink ins and Thelma A. home jms tirfu'' and pre-tested) 33 ounce size. per S".IS.M.L" You'd expected to pay up to S22 95
Dinkins grantors, to Carl L
;t"": V a pair Sue 7.12
Johns and Robert L Kitchens

grantees a parcel of land in ik
N J Jones Addition to Starke !

for $TO,ooo.
P F Goolsby and Laura T Mod.l / .

Goolsby. grantors, to Barnett
Concrete Products Inc _, 'r
grantees. Stai'ke. a portion of -1.1.v J :: +

land on Griff Loop Hoad for ,,; SAVE 20'. i. ,
SAVE 4.00 SAVE2.09
Charles J. and
Ferguson OMEN'S/

Ernest E Sutton and Maecile !'"P'rn! ceo WA11 S LOVABLE NYLON rfft f ZS "
v J-6'; .896 PULLOVERS 3 I-! '
1C button, grantees, a portionof 0 l'l'J.k1i '
land in Bradford County for rwi 2zle pointing panels, Duo, stainless veal ,aving U gh two i ght Contoured hon $o d State' istcit sound / +I m :; I
$6.000( ?4 points and 2 brushes head Bonnerille. Model 727 die Fabric, selector control We lut g' fined 90 Day wan / ( : ,Flare. leg slylng ..\ '1\ i it

Melvin Mc.Neal and Martha u. s ... Famous :sM 3"
Maker t
i 3
:McNeal, grantors to Ken D) s t ,.. SAVE 2.00 Today Full .", tI. asso".d.vlas j '"' \j, I J

Clevinger and Evelyn '.......! J PROCTOR. smooth neckAouble S..8IaI8. i ) I
Clevinger grantees a portionof SILEX ,atual.look Kn I top. ,
land in Bradford County for 1 .J JUICIT s ahico Nylon' tipper -: 1'\\1'J\
$14.500. .. JUICER / :t" bras Sizes1J38 kAssorr .( 3n
Robert Parrish and EthelA \ .'i ed, ,ala,. 1 14}

Parrish, grantors, to EstalC 1 -J' \t AVE Z.OS ..- Sun 5.M.L. ",, J', ,,
Moody and Betty R. :Moody SAVE 3J1SLADVSC
rs1tf16 .___ !!-<.
grantees 25 acres in Bradford TONKACOr3.TRL-.T! !'CK SHAVER I ., '" '
County: for 22250. ... y w.!b' Em \ mote ectn uto-L ? SAVE 19 7.; ( ;/ -' .. HENS / HENSwhdeponablemoer


Erwin It. C. Polhamus and Contains 5 trucks and a tractor Caprice model 101 One Y> 'I.. 1 I I Yl, .Woironly: 0M24 > Yi, Guarantee. KNIT SHIRTS ,( \ .7} WORK PANTS
Judy Polhamus. grantors, to AI metal" plastic tires Warr--.lv U.L Listed '-1.' Model J108C ...,, t rfn

Geraldine Aaron E Crawford Crawford, grantees and- r -- ('-: l'"j.\\\: \ c .....

one acre on the right-of. 1 '"t \ 6 FOOT OF 12 I I 'iy i .U-'VO' <1 \.;" .--N'r ; .'\ Full Fashion / 50 PC ,ester $r
Nay on SR-125. for $18,000 ..J ) SCOTCH PINECHRISTMAS p 9 HIGH w&BOX\ 8CHRISTMAS Y .", I ,r Newest fashion t'.S; ;1i... 100" Acrylic. Cotter Nev m, ,eeds
Dorothy C Carnes, of West : TREES y( i SANTA CLAUS ( .. Polyester blend \:. Smart 2 tonecorrfamation ,..".ng. w,tri shape
M ? Nr.. I Wide selection I ;"' 'N & sal,t release
Virginia grantor; to Cam %? a ORNAMENTS T ;J set
Land Developments, Inc ; rm l V ,'St /of. vfnpeeb. pot. ; Cobledeli Easier. launderi ig.
Sues .
S ,
,, t t \\t prints Ribbed no shrinkage m "I
of Starke f. '
grantees 60.8
.of of SK-200 acres l'F ".e s. 1 I A nJy red D a ) I f M, L and XL \\-1" I ('IJ botton Convertible mum color loss
right for "
way Y
TRAINER HORSE AI f "' b collar Assorted c o I u'' S
lte r wh le 1\ ,,. j
$14: .500 e ....' SaNa S.uS..L.XL, Sues 29 to 4.
T7 .
91 .a dd % 1
.f K da
O ,.
Elva G Kirkland grantor D n jnrit e 10 de lit I ''.. .. 1. -
to Ellis G Griffis and s N11-'"
Brenda ge les
\\ Griffis grantees a portion T"t,, pet( 'r "r Safety, due f (_? ) Chnstn jrot g js file SAVE:137.MEN'S e. ,,:_.' i SAVE IJ>0 ','
ol land \\oodlawn for r it e if vi. '..... BOYS' BOYS'
James B Starks. Sr Ethel 3 SAVE 3f7.PKG I J SAVE 12 X SAVE 3S'. SAVE 22'/, / TENNIS POLOS 0/> MAKER JEANS
\l\ Starks. Freddie M Range -- "'.{,'f 28 OZ. 'PINE 1 2 X 60HOSE 4 I
lamer II Kange James B ..ca OF 2BURGESS '- LESTOIL NAVALDUROJELLY m (\ 'r J ) nul J Em
Mark .Ji Irene Katliff and ... t l ,

HJV mood Hatliff grantors to -0I8B' 'D CRIES r 'j J) it t7 X s ED 1 h' 100'eotron. I.J..l(" J .'.s 795 Boys' fku.leq
PeggII Thomas. 100 oilhpel '
L.. nylor 100"
'' .As.A1T th -neck ... I leans
m'< bunks m Lincoln City for ED rP J| Hen,,if du' f e: ..' NAVAL JELLY 0 ,s t f Hr -, :__4 White' with con : y ) I. haler,' Z.p' I, cotton corduroy
t2:! KM) .c /easeVJ ?I< basringumma, I \ per e'' sureLitest Beautiful/ col
._ F I'' ...
H. ,
Etlif: I neck A sleeves s'k ''I loll I orl.S.8.14.
Alderman. grantor tolarnn rssAbLr 1T \
__, A"" '0" P' "
.. /I 5ns5.M.L.XL, ) \J os.5..8 10 18.
\1 I I. :Meng grantee n arm robs 'Blu.i S \ ..
usi. .
ihm acres south of SK,18 forl ,5.., ", :ke' 5 ,.. ... c' a f aN .i woah it sIP / i
.... ,
l Ml) F : .y w
II I I. Hartley and Fay OlaILinlex "c. +r .s' SAVE 26"X
grantors. of Lake: t't J BOYS
i 'uluJ D Odom and Vernie -! LONG SLEEVESWEATSHIRTS
Phillips odom grantees, a ':"'J SAVE 20X! d i-'iiwUPSiB '
!. 1fA G Pf .,
portion of land west of SK-227:! l ;1- < I ir+JjLeC t / s
'or $:%' (lKMIIaml')) 8 --.A. 1040 < *. s* ...r'r $7
L Andrews and SAVE
Shnle\ :'\ ellndrl.'s., ..t- : ) f' 6 A /i WOMEN S SAVE n'/ with Swear row,n

grantors to Lil' Champ Food r rr b A t FAMOUS CONVERSE WOMEN S ACRYLIC SLIPPERS I sek: Ilae
Stores. Inc.. grantees in SAVE 14'. 11 I -MiSAVE-..0 SAVE 27-/, SAVE 3-09 I
,/Jacksonville two lots in LANTERN AND BATTERY A wv' KEY WIND ALARM CLOCK KODAK riD POCKET CAMERA" j4 H1Em wa 'l'.Fr
Eastwood: for $13,000) I .' J L .... 1 r faut
Irma Gainey grantor. to .J.-( r- ., rfr As 21'61'.6 iUii C,0:1: b C erse Assorted I Aery I""c checkered slippers S *es fort, Sues S,
u'' ge 0 let Size + te 11 S. 'M ',dL M, L or ; XL
HenG :\Iizell. Jr. and :Martha .
'K.r 40 hour I t. k : Tee Jras. '
uiq _
Lucille :\1 izell. grantees of 9. spot g .. .. ,
.. Unrieakofale, .In c" Bel torn I js ';o Al RF'SAVE
Keystone I Heights a portion of .
land west of US.3ollor $1.500.< )
Ralph P Bryan Imogene c::=: SAVE ttX It/; SAVE: 4i;I.

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Sarah Cooper. grantors, to 1..11 SPRAY i CAPSULES ... .... __
Crown Builders in .., ,." IDs 14 OZ. )&
Gainesville, grantees a W --- .
portion of land west of SH-16 MEN'S
for $6.000) I: Wft.a"doua"$ UsnAINp ; : :2q%; SAVE: (.00 "JACK PURCELL" SAVE 2S'MENS /
T C Hazen
Jr.. and ElsieP uidr I OPERA SLIPPERS
Ha/en, grantors, to Cal. A. .1-rS: ra .
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:Maine Foods Inc. grantees. a x,11 UI.z, ; ".''T ...,' ... btu .ASl' alii

,"_ s Kodc r. 11.12 D b'e' Ki it pc restet C is! jned "Jack Purcell" sneakers Arch sup Crepe sole Opera Bow
.. I .A j ; III II t g sl rp ..po..'u. rape soles Many rs Sizes, 7.\12* port.Cushioned ,nntrsole.Sizes 7-12.\ color.S.... 6 to 12.slippers

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13 Courses Offered Here In Expanded SFJC Program; L Disabled Vein To Re Aided "

A *******************

More than 150 students Nationwide; Effort To Find -a. *

presently earn credit in the ). '
current term of classes offered Suitable/ / (;ctittfuIBn1JIO"merit; X 1\\ A'I
at Bradford High School
from Santa Fe Junior College, Ca..O *
More courses will be A nationwide effort to find of VA benefits has been! usedto *
available beginning January suitable and rewarding jobs the maximum toward G'J" V *
3. The following list includes for Vietnam Era disabled helping the individual veteran *
12 courses offered for credit a veterans has been launched overcome disabilities" By a
and one non-credit Real r l A.i by the Veterans Ad The Veterans Ad- 1 ,I
Estate Law course: ministration the National ministration is permitted by .x Mona Marchant \-' '., "
The Individual In a Alliance of Businessmen, and current legislation to pay 4t \ "
Chmgiig: Environment, In- the Department of Labor disabled veterans who are
truduclion( To Genetics and i 1i.. "' The VA Administrator drawing compensation an
Evolution, Introduction to a 0'-w I Donald E. Johnson, this week additional $170 per' month Now that football season Is On Tuesday, Dec. 4, any
Business, The English -, L Nq mailed employmentquestionnaires while they are in school. The over, it's basketball time ,Senior Boy or Girl may take
Language, Principles of 1 'G ary? to 41,000 of the monthly stipend, which is Bradford High's basketball the Betty Crocker Search for
Economics, The Twentieth 1 w- 368,000 Vietnam Era veterans increased when there are season will open Tuesday in leadership in Family Living
Century Elementary '''r3S ARC who have service connected dependents, is !in addition to Macclenny at Baker County examination. The test will be
Algebra, Music Appreciation, i "- i disabilities. The questionnaireis VA payments for tuition High School. Maybe this given in Room A-2 and will
Physical Science, Major designed to identify books and other expenses, and season with almost 120 Pep take the 1st and 2nd periods.The .
Religions of the 20th Century, ti. veterans who want further does not affect compensation Club members, we can show Betty Crocker Search is
; .
Marriage and the Family, & L\ training to qualify them for payments that range from $28! our oDDonents we have the an educational as well as a
Interpersonal Communicationand : jobs'or who want help in (for a 10 percent disability) to most spirit! Our first home scholarship program. It is a
Real Estate Law, \ finding suitable jobs, and will as high as $1,232 (for 100 game "is Dec. 7 against 50-minute written knowledgeand
All courses begin at 6:45: on : \, be sent to all disabled Viet percent when loss of limbs is Madison High School! attitude examination
either Monday Tuesday "_ -- nam Era veterans during the involved). related to homemaking All
Wednesday or Thursday -_ coming months. The 66,000memberNational A Battle of Basketball will interested students should

nights. "Special help over and Alliance of be played by the WAIT DiscJockey's / sign up with Mrs. Aljets in
Starke Campus Director a. above GI Bill education Is Businessmen is developingjob VS Starke Guidance.
Richard Jockel reports that available to veterans with openings for disabled Businessmen. The game will
several persons now teachingin service connected veterans to be identified by be held at BUS Gym, Dec 14 House plants are for sale at
Bradford County Schools disabilities," Johnson ex- the VA survey The Depart at 7:30.: The money will bq the greenhouse located at the

began their professional Hr.Ut'rnard McFadden of Santa Fe Junior College, left, shows film to his humanities class at plained. "This is a follow-up to ment of Labor is cooperating donated to the Richard Crews Vo-Tech. Prices range from 10
training in this program the SFJC, Starke campus at Bradford High School. Students seated in the back row are ((1-r) i insure that the full spectrum through its state employmentoffices. Kidney Fund so please come cents to a dollar. The
Teachers Aides can increase Bobby Patrick, Harriet Johns, and Rita Sanford. and see the game! greenhouse is open from 8:30::
their earning power by taking Veterans who respond in the Admission is $1 for adultsand am. to 1,30 1 : p.m. Contact Mr
with Selective Service withina survey that they want a job or 50 cents for students. and Mrs.estcolt.\ .
courses. now take those courses in job training will I be contacted
sixty (60)) day period
Now that more courses are Starke. immediately by VA counselors The Bradford FFA chapter All those people who wish to
commencing thirty (39)( ( ) days
KEYSTONE offered It will be
MELROSE being Application and registrationforms is selling donations for a bull-
prior to their 18th birthday. Those who want jobs attend the Speech Club Bar-B-
for students to take
possible a available from calf owned and raised the
are Young men have actually will be referred to a NAB job by (Q J. give jour name to Susan
full load without driving to Jockel at the School Ad- three (3)( ) legal obligations-( ( ) opening.. Suitable job training FFA school farm. The tickets: Faulkner, Dennis J Frick,
Business DirectoryFISHERMAN'S Gainesville. ministrative Offices. Coun- they must register at 18 programs will be found for will sell for $1 t each and the Diane'a\\ n, or Bobby
Each set of includes age ;
courses selors will be at the high will be donated to the
((2)) they must notify their others. VA counselors will money Jenkins by Nov. 30. Money
required courses necessary school "C" building tonight, local Selective Service Boards carefully assess each Richard Crews Kidney Fund. must he turned in by Dec 4.
for all graduates. Thursday, November 29. when they change addressesand veteran's physical capacity, So please purchase a ticket. Dues should be in by Dec 7 to
Veterans who must
HARDWARE carry Students may also enroll on job skills and qualifications Diane Yawn.
((3)) they must carry their
nine hours be
to for
eligible the first night of the course
before making referrals.
draft cards with them until
SUPPLIES GARDEN funds under the G. I. Bill can desired.
their liability which
expires ee e e e e e a e e ee e ieee e
for most men today is at age i

Slim's .t) e HARDWARE Santa Fe Funds Increased To 26. iI
::2 %Vi\\1 I

Fislt-'N-Stuff GARDEN CENTER Expand- Services To Vets St. Petersburg. A veteran I II

Un' Bait who has been discharged from I I II
('rlckl'ts-Shillllt'rs.Worms 'l complete line of I 1(1w. Santa Fe Community Fe Community College, 3000N. military service with "other
:Minnows B"iJ.IIiJOHI.I: : : : \I\iTS: College has been awarded W. 83rd St., (phone 373- than honorable discharge"has I I
Plumbing&EIeclricaISup I ). $40,758.25 by the U. S. Office of 5161, ext. 309)), to investigate a right to ask for a
TA'KLK. .RoOS-RFEI: 5 Gro-Tone 'l'rtili7t'rs Education: to expand its career training opportunities. reconsideration of tile con
.. ..SIII\iC: & IIU\i11\iG: : Insecticides services to veterans. dition of his discharge says ATTENTION MOTHERS :
LICENSES-AMMUNITION; ) : : Lnnrber&Building:Materials The award from the W B. Mackall director of the
ICE Ih\y. 2)i.) : 2UU yds "' ,'ol11l1lht( Veterans's Cost of Instruction State of Florida's Division of I
Keystone 1It'IJthts 113-3IiliS;: Payments to Colleges fund VET NEWSSt.
Veterans Affairs.
Keystone lIjts. 173..1\1:\;; :
was based on the 38 percent I -+ r A BIG 1
increase in the college'sveterans
CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION-AIR C enrollment in April Petersburg-Young men Mackall said that becausethe I

1973 over the same period in must register with Selective Veterans Administration 8x10NATURAL
THEIS 1972.To eligible for funds to Service at the time of their increased activity in II
be used to reach out to veteran 18th birthday even though providing medical treatmentfor
TV & APPLIANCE drug users, there has beenan I I II
population in its normal there is no draft, says W. B. LIMIT
TH.\II.EH S.\I.ES Motorola had Mackall director of the upsurge in reviewing the COLOR t
to ,
service area, a college I PER FAM4caoors Y
QuasarSafetyl.owGAs show at least a 10 percent Florida Division of Veterans discharges of veterans who I PORTRAIT! r t
C.G' were released from the
the number of Affairs.
T\-STEHEO increase in .
Price andlabnstnll"l military because of their use
enrolled. "Failure to is a
( .ltANDPORT.IRLE: veterans register
Iii low bu'lu..hl' T.\p,,: nECKS According to Joe Morasco violation of the law", and of drugs. The Veterans Ad- I :: ONLY $ .99
To\\in gInsurance ministration is barred by law
('I'I Santa Fe's Coordinator for could result in prosecution by
J.IISHOBliSOi: : : : Affairs the the of Justice from treating veterans who PER PERSON
Hesidea; : tlal Veterans collegewill Department t I'
I'HOp ,fir('onditioning utilize its new monies to states Mackall, urging those have dishonorable discharges.The I II It
.S.;) :Miles S of Keystone, do I We have charms PLUS 50 4)
; .1LFS&SERI'ICK: : expand services now who have not registered to CENTS' FILM CHARGE
n.J-.IIJ.; KI-YSTO\E: ( :\; : 413. Ii.)1 available to the school's so prompt]'. possibility of changinga I 61 I II
current enrollment of approximately The President's authority to
AUTO SERVICE 950 veterans and induct men into the service not limited to drug users is t Friday, Nov. 30 10 A.M.: 6:00: P." I
eligible dependents in additionto expired on July 1, 1973. The
however, veteran whose
funding an extensive, Administration does not planto Any
KEYSTONE Hay's Shell coordinated outreach seek an extension of this discharge than honorable is something may be able less to : Mallard's 5 & 10
Wrecker Service program to determine veteran authority and the Defense
secure a of his
AUTO SERVICE 11'ensoaitorchannel: needs and make appropriate Department is relying on discharge. review IV. Call St./ Starke,
referrals and follow up volunteer enlistments to I I
I - -- -- - - - -
211ms, ;1 arrangements with relevant supply military manpower.
Front. End Alignment SEH\11-, -1. I\;-....,.. community service agencies. Only induction authorityover . . + . . . . s.rrt xax . sw . v .
Speed Ilheel Balaaculg r::: "We will also launch a those not previously

AI AAA concerted program of deferred, expired on July 1, 44
,\1".'ondiltoning I Scrcice I KeystoneDay recruitment to interest All other provisions of the 4-
('all 47:1-IIIHS: : : veterans in one or more of thecollege's Military Selective Service Act 4
Brake Sera ice :sights 11-211IH;; : Mustang 4
more than 35 job remain in force. The annual 4
related or transfer programs. lottery will be held. Youngmen *
l.uhrlt-atioll.Oil ( JOHNSON AUTO
'halllW These funds will also enableus must continue to registerand *
TUNE-UP to furnish adequate their local Boards will r
TIlIlt'l'll (rueful ltepairingGwslyear professional counseling to classify them as to their 4- 4
EII/illl'S/: Ih'bllilt veterans in areas where availability for possible 4
TUt"1! : ill.lildlll1t': Shop) Mork.1utomatic educational, career, personal, military service should 964-7212 4
'Transmission' family housing, health, Congress authorize the MOBILE| HOMES |NC *
Air ('end iliuning81k. recreational, employment or resumption of inductions in .
K:. on 2' and 1151k, Til'l"l ISalleriwlN. financial problems exist," the event of a national 4
: on lUll)) :\ulI.-Fri.) 1:11I.\\1-111'\1: ) : : Morasco said. emergency.The 4
KEYSTO'E: : lIeJTs. 11:1-IU2: ;; S.It.1III-lp\1: : All veterans and eligible law requires that all 1650 North Temple Ave. U.S. 301 North Starke Fla. 4
'. dependents are encouraged to male except certain 4
1.,11:1:: ; : : -:\ \ 11:1-1117: persons
visit phone or write the non-immigrant aliens in the 4

REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP Veterans Affairs Office, Santa United States, must register **" 4 4

Iire-Cliristni illusicalEcc'tlISAtFosterPark 4

Richard T. Lovorn Nell's'Real : ** --NOW A NEW 4

Estate Broker Beauty Style Shop 4

Friday and Saturday Dec. 1 City Community College Bell 4
LAKE PROPERTIES "Fora lovelier and 2, will be special days at Ringers at 2:30.: All three 4- HOME 4*
RESIDENTIAL .)1>11" ", the Stephen Foster Memorial, programs will be presented in 4
BUSINESS-ACREAGE Phone 17-2211; White Springs, with two an- the Foster Carillon Tower *
nual events combined to offer auditorium.The 44
INSURANCE ISetweca the public a pre.Christmas Faster Museum and FOR CHRISTMAS
Keystone II lit>;. 11:1-I1: : :!; Keystone entertainment treat. Carillon T..wer auditorium 4
11:1-lfi12: 11C'ijhts ";Ir' Occupants of all are both showplaces for *_ -44
Celia 'f.'r\\illt'llar 641.5113; I I;; &Melrose: automobiles bearing Florida historical musical I instruments *
I'duiaKiicpper: 17:1-1111: license tags will be admittedfree and handsome old *
:Martha lIurbill 11a1a1r2Jil11 : : : to the park on both daysof furniture. Among the Foster- 4-
"'/ ,", 17:1.11111: Lallel// !! .. this Florida appreciation related items are the desk on *
('.15. McAfee' 473.411311 I R+, weekend The joint attraction which he completed com- 44- 44
: Boutique 's' of the annual position of "Suwannee -
will consist 44
S E, McKAY REALTOR : Christmas musical program, Hiver," now Florida's state 44- 44
( house of song, and a beautiful iIil IITi -
:Member of Sotit'ty SR Its audAceessories and the annual open 44 jJ 44
rosewood on which he : -
Kcsidcutiallppraisers, lOur the('onlpkIt' antiques 44
during his in -
"Olllilll a Musical groups from played years : t 44
"nln :rII'i\rt'a! "or "")'.21 Hl't".t'r. Tallahassee Jacksonville, Pittsburgh. !* Y 44-
.t U ears & :Melrose I and Lake City will present A number of holiday con- ; 44
:\1 rs. :\It'II... lI/1t'll -I1S-111O: $ 11.2211; weekend concerts of certs will be presented during ,44
:Jlrs.IoloresGilmore) I1S.UWIIIrs. : : Christmas songs and Foster the weekend on the 97-bell 44-
:\ .JOIJIlIlt' (..aC'U 17;,-1622Mr. > melodies the 47-voice Leon Foster carIllon. 4., f'I. '
: IcIie Robinson 11-111:1; : ; High School chorus of The public is invited to -
CONTRACTORS Tallahassee will be heard at 11 enjoy this pre-Christmas i 44
festival the 44
a m. Saturday and the Park in 250-acre ,
T'rinngle "l. Lane Baptist Church choir of Stephen Foster Park owned ,44 4
Orflt.1' I'hulI 11:1-IHIII:
and by the State of "
Jacksonville will sing at 2 operated }*.
Isnterprise; I"c.GINIHAI4 p.m,, followed by the Lake Florida. :,4 t 44

Fill Dirt -- ....... nnnnr\n.n -> n r n JM1_ ].

Heach Sand -Ut't'II.'tI.III..urt'd WEDNESDAY ,44 4
Clay'I Fill The I.IndaU''dar 1I01lll'S NIGHT FISH I I Open 9 A.M. Til Dark Sun 1 P.M. TIL Dark 44 44-

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Tractor ork St, Ittl 21 :\i.i.I' SPECIALCocktail :* 44
.0. Ho"61: t I: The Most Economical Home To 44

Land Cleared 175 :* 4

Electric' Co Lounge AI, The FrIeJ FlounJer, H at. Is H Mobile Home 4 4
Hank Bruning riell \\( : : 4

Commercial You Can Eat 4
: It..ldt'lltial : Eliminate
Repairs HUSH PUPPY & PIRATE'S SLAW I Your Fuel,Shortage Problem *

Phone 473-4761 T Is:Ii.,trical F'irtures ,. 44.

Lake Geneva Keystone I Illts. 473-3602 3500 SW 13TH ST GAINESVILLE FLA. 378-2931 :: Move Into A New Mobile Home Today From Mustang . . *

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AREA NEWSBy Seeber Goodman New

JoMphln Fom.I I.

ANNIVERSARIES tennis courts being con-
City Marshal Fred Phillipshas structed are near completion Chairman Of School BoardSeeber
received the radar Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Hugh and may also be used as a
equipment and it is now in use Crawford, 22 years on four-square court, for hop
in Hampton, so speeders November 18. scotch, basketball and various
renovation project
Goodman becamenew was ap- utilities to be short.
said that Last would like to have the implementation
beware! We are sure this will other sports. lie chairman of Bradford proved This one for $6,000 to Florida funds was approved. -
slow down some of those CUUBNEAS about 80 students are enjoyingthe fix the bathrooms the Following year the county received date moved to
School up
County Board with the in Education Commissioners "
trucks and cars that have organized games being $80,000) to begin the programin Jan. 2, wrote Business
been in such a hurry to get Rev Preston Perry and supervised by Rick Ezzell fellow unanimous members.support Blaine of his H .'C.Ij the middle and high Manager, Eddie Douglas. The
through our town. Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan were after school. schools. previous date was November
The next problem to solve representatives from Hampton Methods of conserving fuel Thompson was elected vice- -Middle School gymnasium
.: should be the dogs that run the at the Seventh Annual and electricity due to the chairman of the group. baskets, racks and combination 6.Food Services Coordinator
'. streets. Perhaps a City Dog CUBB meeting, held in Starkeat energy crisis were outlined by chairman Goodman praised outgoing ; ;' locks were purchasedon Betty Gehringer told the
Tax might solve the problem. the Civil Defense Building, Mr Casey. Parents are en- Rodney he had Hall done for the v ",g ) a low bid from Lyon Metal board that a bill signed by
Nov. 26.SCIIOOL couraged to see that their outstanding job as Ij for $7,108. This includes 48 President Nixon had Increased
head of the board. Supt. Jim
HIHTHDXYS NEWS children are warmly dressed also thanked Hall fora racks to hold the J008 baskets the supplement per
t during cold weather It is also Temple and locks for the baskets. lunch here from 8 to 10 cents
well done ; >.l/
and said he
John Crawford was 15 years Hampton Elementary PTA recommended that childrennot job ; ,.' -Implementing date for the and-free lunches from 40 to 43
old Nov. 26. held a regular meeting arrive at the school before looked forward to working I" .,'i:- Internal Accounts Policieswas cents. This means that the
Lynn Riddick celebrated a Monday evening, Nov. 19, in 8:15: with Next Mr. Goodman.the f ,"./,r. -,,j" ,!. ,! set for January 2, 1974 county lunch program will not
twelfth birthday, last the school cafeteria. Pat Mrs. Carol Shield's )Fifth on reorganization : 'I : "Due to the fact that we do not fall as far into( the red as
and time
Tuesday, with 25 friends witha Glover was officially elected Grade Class won the $5 awardfor for agenda school came board .... rri' .. have forms ready as yet, we previously projected.
president and presided at the best of meetings. ;", ,"
the Birthday Starke Skating Skating Rink.Party at meeting. parents at representation the meeting. First Tuesday after the first '"- ;/: J I' I tj : :' iij il it II II il L..L.-'iL-ft L...11 IE..f..,r....",r..,t....*..,,....?...? ?...f..?......,....., _._.. ..
Monday will again be the day I'f
Upon request from Mrs. ,, ,
set for regular meetings. .' '.' -, ;
Walter the PTA
FRIFNDSANI) NEIGHBORS Stephenson, BrookerNews) '
., .', ..
Time for the meetings has Ji (
voted to sponsor the local Girl :(; cf'i
been a source of some ReamesNatural
Mr and Mrs Walter Scout Brownie Troop. .J
Hhoden and family had as Mrs Noel Silk was introduced discussion in the past with .. .. '
various persons asking the .;: ,. '" !
Thanksgiving dinner guests as the Kindergarten By Jeanetlel'arker ,,' \ ;,\\1'>
board to meet at a time when
Mr and Mrs. Roy Hhoden and teacher. She recently came to I'huneI1I5.3111'! )1 working people could attend \ ;:, i Gas & Oil
this from West Palm
Charlie Cooper of Starke. area :
Brooker Elementary Hall told the board that for f '.1
Jeffery Baker is in Beach. I' '

Tallapoosa relatives Ga._ visiting Principal that Tom a School Casey Ad-announced Physical Fitness to personal change reasons the time he would to 7 D like.mOther L; "' ,.'.. '':.. ''I) 'J,' ''1.',. '. Appliance Repair
board members
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall and visory Committee was being The 4th,5th and 6th graders the agreed :: .
formed to have completed the that morning meeting ,
had explore reading
family, of Atlanta Ga. '
Thanksgiving dinner with methods and other subject Presidential Physical )Fitness time would be better Good- aws li_ '- :I 1l1'"" J
Crawford areas. Mrs Catherine test, with four students man mentioned that school ..
Mrs.family Margaret and later visited Williams and Mrs. Alice Faye gaining the coveted staff would be available more 72-73 School Board Chairman Rodney Hall, left, trades I".r m We Install
Donnie Hugh Crawford,who is Waters were appointed to "Achievement Award." readily for daytime meetings. chairs with newly chosen Chairman Serber Goodman. School
still in the V. A. Hospital in serve on this group. Shelia Starling, Linda Man- H. A. Lawson prefers daytime Supt. Jim Temple looks on as the gavel Is passed. Blaine t Er WaterLines
Gainesville. Mr. Casey advised that the ning, Doug Watson and David because lengthy meetings Thompson Law ley board member, was named vice- Gas
Sparks placed above the 50 could hold the board "till two chairman.
percent bracket in all seven o'clock in the morning." I
-- : wwwww wwwwwSelect !items tested on. Those items The 9 a.m. meeting time administrative offices guidelines Temple said that ,

: .; ; Your NurserySpecial II I were pull-ups (arm hang for passed the board by a four to Operations Coordinator Ken room thermostats would be .
'" I girls), sit-ups, standing broad one vote. Young estimated l that the set at 68 degrees. Outside
:: : Now jump, Softball throw, 50 yd. Further reorganization labor and materials would be lighting will be cut to a
...t\:: dash, shuttle run and the 600 appointed attorney Gene $5,093. A previous bid had minimum.
l yard run.walk. These students Shaw to continue as the been much higher and the Temple said that the Contact Junior
I 1;, Roses $ 1.9 I will be awarded achievement board's lawyer. board seemed relieved that calculated 15 percent increaseset
: patches and'certificates for In regular business the the work,could be done for less aside in the budget for Today
: their overall performance. following personnel changeswere by the school maintenance utilities could fall short of the
Rzaleas $2.991Ligu5trum madeBernice: staff actual rise in costs. He
'-' Recreation Bateman was removed as Young also listed severalcut mentioned a shortage of Heating Needs __
Assistant Principal for backs in transportation $20,000 if this is a cold winter y
$$ 1,79I The Brooker Elementary Curriculum at Starke and because of the gas shortages. "In other action the board: HE SERVICES ALL GAS
t Recreation program is La\vtey Elementary Schoolsto He recommended that all --Approved payment of
drawing to a close. This afternoon become Coordinator of educational field trips be $3,550 for attorney fees and APPLIANCES & OIL HEATERSGAS -
I I program conducted Community Services. This discontinued except for title insurance for the sale of

every Tuesday and Thursday will be a county-wide position previously contracted sports the old Anderson school in LINES & WATER LINES
Grass the and BUS leaving $161,450 to be
Rye has provided football, recently approved by activities speech Lawtey
cheerleading, kickball and board and based in the votechschool. tournaments already com added to county school funds.
tetherball for all youngsters mitted. --Federal Impact Forms
I Seed enrolled in the 4th, 5th and 6th -Lucille Payne will assume Temple presented the boarda will be distributed to parentson Reames Heating Service
grades. the past duties of Bateman report showing electric bills December 3. This concerns
I For \V inter Pasture and I The grand finale will be on along with her own as from last year and this year. additional revenue which the NATURAL GAS- OIL
Lawns Saturday, Dec. 1, when Curriculum Coordinator at He pointed out that rates for county receives if parents are 964-7730 964-8279
I I ILi Brooker will host Hampton Southside Hampton and power companies had exceeded connected with the federal
in Brooker. This position is titled their estimates. The government. 24 Hour Service
), ... ........ .. . ..57501b game.Elementary a flag football County-Wide Elementary energy crisis may cause the --The ESAA project
I Coordinator budget item of $100,000 for requesting $96,728 in federal

> -Three custodial positionswere M4 K.K4 1 KK4. 1 M # 1 +F4 .4 . +F4 fM444' 4. . . M . .
Personals filled at the high school. .
Bat r, ............ k -BMS: Principal Lennard .
( I Mr and Mrs. Paul D. Register requested that. an :: \,Connect Up With Our :

Prescott and Johnny spent additional custodian be hiredto *

D-Con 5% Sevin j Thanksgiving Saturday with Mr through and Mrs approved clean the a four gym.hour The positionat board ** HOT *

Irving Hodge and three the recommendation of LINE" TO SANTA *
]tat Bait
I Dust / daughters, Rhonda. Myra, Temple. *
and Karen, in Latoochee: ; Temple reported that one *
,11lcal or Pellets 411]I, their daughter and her family bid for repair of the heating ... .... **
-... .
at Southside and
Mrs :Nellie< Pringle and systems '
+, 14 57 Bag $1.651 Emma; their mother and Law ley had been received and : Christmas *
.1. Lh, sister in Lakeland; their other he expected two more. lIe Special
two sisters, Mrs Elton asked the board to authorizehim if
Watson and Mrs Alton to accept the best bid l'f *

I: m LO.DA, GARDEN :1 Nichols,and their families. On under $4,000< )) as soon as the Jf* Shopping Edition : : *

:. 1 their way back home Satur- other bids were received. ....
EST CENTER day they stopped by St. Normally bids of this type *
Catharine to visit Mrs. are opened in public meetings -'
ONTROL 539 East Call St. : Prescott's brother, Ezell but Temple asked the board to December 6th' *
PH. 964-5745 Bradley who is just out of the allow him to open them as (\ *
I rt CMMCU a. hospital and getting along soon as received and poll the ...
e e a w w ww w 0 w w w w w -. well board by telephone Temple *
said this would allow work to -< -" *
begin sooner than if he had to t.r *
\' I- wait for the December 4 ... *
1 .
meeting to open bids. I'-=- *
The board approved ) *
Temple's request to open bids ifJf The Year's greatest concentration of Shopping *
Wishbone takes and choose the best price < *
under the $4,000() limit. ifif Now the \ :
Another and is in the Pre-Christmas Season. is time """ *

you back to great repair to start getting Your Share of the Christmas Dollar. ', .f:' "- **

FFA'ers Earn ,. **
And there is No better way to tell Mr. and Mrs. Santa *

Sunday dinners. Chapter Farmer *

Degree ** Claus about your Christmas Gifts before they start tracking **

: off to Gainesville and Jacksonville, than through the Columns of *
every day. Thirty-three Bradford FFA *
students at BUS were raised '"
from the degree of greenhandto : The Telegraph. Help Your Cash Register : I
Today you can still get great Sunday chicken dinners- chapter farmers Wed-
"Fried chicken, the way it ought to be"every day at Wibhbone nesday, No- 7. *if o Jingle With The Bells :
It's crispy on the outside and oh so tender and done The new chapter farmers
through and through. Wishbone is never soggy, never include: Tommy Wise, Mike : BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF a

greasy,, Always fresh fried using only fresh n Scott Charles, Jeralme Starling Andrews Terry, It JINGLE THE MOST ECONOMICAL :
Grade A So )
fryers. always go to *
Thomas, Donald Hamilton, AND EFFECTIVE "
Wishbone. We cater. too C Mike Osteen, Randy Joiner, METHOD.
Robert Lee, Tommy :Miller, BELLS OF TELLING THE PUBLIC :
Wishbone Fried Chicken I =FJ David Baldree. Billy Bell WHAT YOU HAVE FOR *

Fried chicken the I Benny Carter. Randy ..
\'r way it ought. to be. Chester Jerry Dampier, GIFTS- I. *
/ Mike Emery Harold Young, \
4l't Horace Sellers, David Kilby, KNOWOTHERWISE :
\\t Freddie Clark, Danny ? '"
Strickland Randall Thomas, BELLS
( BruceTrimm, Rodney GrIffis, :
John Kilby. Jimmy Lovell, *
'fIi, ;r1f Mike Mowery\ Albert Batten, *.
Leslie Carlton Charles *

Castlen Michael Cole Debbie 4:: .. Call A Representative NOW For A *
Douglas, and Charles .

v Ferguson All of the FFA memberswere ** z Better Display Of Your Ad . :

involved in the *
ceremony, but not too involved 964-6305
to heed a call of help of *

Bradford FFA member. NOVEMBER 30-5:00: PM *
Richard needs a kidney
Chapter voted to sell donation *
chances fora bull calf. Tickets I'
will be$1 each. FFA memberswill THURSDAY DECEMBER 13 *
,a t yJd'' be selling the tickets from : MONDAY DECEMBER 17AND ANOTHER EDITION I
Nov. 15 to Dec. 15. If you *
would) like to help Richard *
please purchase a ticket and FOR THE LAST MINUTE CHRISTMAS RUSH. .-. ",' *.
236 South Temple Ave. support this worthy project.. if *
Senior and Junior chapter *
964-5858 members are now practicing The Bradford County Telegraph : !
for meats poultry and dairy '
Starke Fla. judging contest. The poultry "Wall To Wall '
team is meeting Monday Of Bradford County .f

night, the meats and dairy ** +f4 . .'. . 44 4441 4.4l MF Mw . .
team will meet Tuesday night.


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November 20. 1973 TELEGRAM! Page

Apology To Brooker Man District Speech Tourney Set

28 Bradford Students Win

Arrested In Theft of 2 Saddles
8 At Bradford High nt students from and remained undefeated in petition first choice was
_"" Bradford Middle School and his last three tournaments Becky Brown from BMS,
The Bradford County probation In Bradford County, A District Speech Tour- Speech Instructor Julie tournaments in debate and I attended a speech Jenkins is a senior at BUS coached by Mrs. Patricia
'i. Telegraph on page 9 of its Florida. nament with some 20 schools Fuller oral interpretation.Paul tourname* /at Jacksonville coached by Instructors Julia Weeks.
November 21, 1973 edition The Bradford County expected to enter is set next Someone will be stationed at Hutchins,Jr.,a senior, Ribault High and placed five Fuller and Sharon McKeand.
incorrectly stated that J. T. Telegraph wishes to extend to week, on Saturday, Dec. 8, at the BUS entrance to direct has won first place in one winners. Paul Hutchins Jr. earned First place in Group Interpretation
Bass of Brooker, Florida '"is I J. T. Bass its sincere apology Bradford High School. visitors about the tournament.An tournament in senior high first place in Original Oratoryand went to Linda
currently on probation in for this erroi. The Telegraph The public is invited to awards assembly is set in oratory Bobby Jenkins won first Diane Yawn took second. Salazar, Andy Brown Carl
connection with a} charge of further apologizes for any attend the big forensics the BUS library at 3:15: p.m.,. Diane Yawn, a junior has place in Oral Interpretation In Middle School com Canova and Karen Powell.
breaking and entering I in embarrassment or damage tournament which will run all the final event of the day. won a second place in senior
Bradford County sometime that may have been caused to day, from 8:30: a.m. to 3:30: Some 30 students from high oratory.
back" Mr. Bass because of the in- p.m., with different events Bradford High and Bradford Darla Christopher has wona
The Telegraph at this time correct statement in the going on all over the high Middle School will compete in first place in extemporaneous
wishes to retract this November 21, 1973 edition of school. Some 150 students the event.Some of the top BUS speaking. Santa Fe Jr. College
statement since it is not true the Bradford County from 12 counties and 20 forensics students so far in Joan Dyal and Susan
J. T. Bass is, not under Telegraph. schools are expected to four meets this fall have been: Faulkner, a debating team,,
participate according to Bobby Jenkins, a senior, have won a second place.
who won first place in all four Enrollment
x+H -_ .-. _. - Tonight

51.9 Million Budget Is Record For City

Stark. .lf\1., ,..n.... .. ":_____ Nov. 291 1973
------- ""''''''''UII'S: income !
for the
adopted a record $1.9 million $1,920,351, year at charges increased to $77,332; have been included in every year ending September 30,
an increase of
budget for the year beginning and natural gas sales raised to department operated by the 1972 a total of $494,773 was
i October 1, 1973 and ending $451,055 over the previous 179139. These three items of city, the greatest portion expended through the payroll CONTACT RICHARD JOCKELL THURSDAY AFTERNOON
f; September 30, 1974, at the for year's the budget, a new record income will provide a total of being included for personnel account on personnel benefits
f.. meeting held Tuesday, Even city. $124,362 in additional revenue. benefits for wage and salary (figures for the year ending FOR APPLICATION 964-6800
r; November 20. made though no change was This figure is based on the increases. Sept. 30, 1973 were not
r The more than six weeks charges In for the minimum nine months period to Sep- According to City Clerk available). At that time the COUNSELORS WILL BE AVAILABLE TO ASSIST IN REGISTRATION
i delay in getting around to sold by the electric current tember 30, 1974, since the new Merrill Edwards the city had city had 68 employees. In the
city, the total In-
f. final adoption was caused by come from rates will not be effective until 75 employees in all of the two year period salaries and
;; the late receipt of a utility rate been projected that to t source ,has January 1, 1974. departments. A total of related benefits have been Classes Offered 4 Nights
f. structure study that the increase of $830,000 an On the expenditure side of $661,755 is Included for increased $266,982 which
'f commissioners used in year. This figure$174,000 reflects over last the the budget the total shows an salaries,wages,payroll taxes, amounts to 33 percent,
< arriving at the increase of 506575.88 over weekat
new budget overtime and other related per
f rapid growth that the city is the previous This total
r figures. year. personnel benefits in the new The budget
experiencing due was adopted by
Jj With the adoption of newt construction projects to that new are includes a cash carry-over of budget.In the unanimous vote of the city the Bradford Co. Program
minimum rates to be unexpended funds received by
; charged nearing completion and who the audit report for the commissioners.ekendIsPredicted.
j for sewer, water and gas will become the city in the Federal
fl beginning January 1, 1974, the utility customers. Revenue Sharing program in
Water Fair
f new budget anticipates a total sales have been the amount of $124,214. ; Cast D
upped to $68.591 910. hour
L : sewer Sizeable budget increases per
Wednesday afternoonmarked Five fires arson set, in the
''v the first recorded Sampson Lake area, burned
t ANTICIPATED REVENUE: ; Increase rainfall since Nov 6. 4.6 acres on Rayonier
: S8B 9-12 hours
,. 72-73 Budget 73-74 Budget over last Year The four day outlook property Nov. 23. for
'. 100 Ad valorem Taxes beginning Friday calls for fair One fire, Nov. 25, at Sampson -
. 102 Bonds and Fines $ 96,631.00 $ 94,142.00 $ ((2,509.00)) weather with gradual war- Lake burned three acres.
, 12-3 Hour Credit Courses offered this Quarter
.\ 15,000.00 a,850oo ((6 150.00)
104 Building Permits ming trends and a chance of Nov 24 three fires on
1:500.00: 3:545.00:
f.. 106 Cigarette Taxes 141,600.00 148,900,00 2:045.00: showers Monday. Cold should Meng's Dairy Road on SR-lOO Plus a non credit course in REAL ESTATE LAW
108 Election Qualifying Fees 7300.00 pass through the area Friday, South burned 2.6 acres.
Z; 110- Miscellaneous Income 1,550.00 540.00 (1010.00) accompanied by diminishing A total of 13.8 acres burnedin
Ii! 112 Occupational Licenses (General) 5,000.00 6.800.00 1800.00 showers. 11 fires.

t,; 114 Road and Bridge Tax 6,374.00 8,500.00 11,500,00 6,681,00 3,000.00 307.00 ___ __ ___ __ ,. .. .,. ......, .d'dd.,,,.,........... ,.....,.
,,. .. .
t;; 116 Penalties on Licenses 150.00 150.00 .00 '.###,##" # ####" ##." # #. .,....,.####,.,,#. ### ### " # # # # ###" "
' 118 Special Assessment Taxes
100.00( 100.00 .00
120 Utility Service Tax Fund

;\ 124 122-- Pole Utility Rental System Income Revenue Fund 77680.00 80000.00 77680.00 88,500.00 8,500,00.00 When The

!4; 700 149-- State Electric Gas Current Tax Fund Sales 39000.00 3627.00 58645.00 3627.00 19645.00.00 Was Last Time You

656000.00 830,000.00 174COO.00
Water Sales

}-; 704 706 -- Sewer Garbage Charges Sales 32000.00 48700.00 300.00() 77332.00 68591.00 300.00 45,332.00 19891.00.00 Got For ?
1 Something Nothing
); 708 Transfer and Connection charges 200.00 650.00 450.00
e'1 Water Tap Fees 2800.00. 3.50000 700.00
712 Sewer Tap Fees
1000.00 2200.00 1,200.00
I, 714 Miscellaneous Income (Utilities) 4500.00 13000.00 8500.00
r 716 Natural Gas Sales 120,000.00 MARK OLINOF
179,139.00 59,139.00
;: 718 Miscellaneous
r. Income (Gas) 2850.00 1,500.00 ((1,350.00))
0 Federal Revenue
Sharing 124214.22 234479.22 110265.00
f.. (includes cash carryover)

Totals EXPENDITURES: $1,469,296.22 1920351.22 $451,055.00PROPOSED OLIN'S MOBILE HOME : !

200 Fire Department 46687.48 67482.28 20,794.80
300 Police Department 120737.67 143,491.56 22753.89

480 400 -- State Street Gas and Tax Garbage Department Dept. 39000.00 81,531.80 89 58,645.00, 69.52 19,645.00 8,437.72 964-5606 Hwy 100 West Starke, Fla.Can't ;.

500 Parks and Recreation Dept. 32,392.33

600 800 -- General Elec., Water Fund and Administration Sewer Dept. 410,985.71 145978.07 541,733.96 222,835.94 40,529.16 130,748.25 76857.87 8336.83 Giv.e You A New Mobile Home .

900 Natural Gas Department 86819.78 100,087.08 13,267.30

1200 1000 0 --- Federal Utilities Renewal Revenue System and Replacement Revenue Sharing:Fund Fund 329,492.50 421097.50 91,605.00 BUT HE WILL SELL YOU ONE

Power Plant and Dist. System 60794.00 97,585.16 36,791.16
Sewer Plant and Water System 29,256.00 84,441.06. 55,185.06
Street and Sidewalk Dept. 30100.00 52,453.00 22,353.00 AT A REASONABLE PRICE

Totals $1,413,775.34 1920351.22 506575.88

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The Sweetest Slraivberrie This Side Heaven Coach Hurse :

I'uge10 TELEGRAPH November 29, 1173!

BHS Gridders Better Than 541If

Tornado the 1973! Bradford Tor- Tackle Donnie Sewell and Hall, Ronnie Hall, Stuart coached." biggest win was the first game
Cagers nado footballers would not offensive center and defensive Strickland and Larry Sher- "Crews played with a bad against Ocala Vanguard when
have suffered injuries about tackle Steve Register were man ankle for six games and I feel the Tornadoes won 210. The
midway through the season, both injured during the game. Ricky (Hall who was in the he gave 100 percent at all largest loss for BITS was 35-6
they probable would have hada Both of them played but were fight for the fullback spot, times," says Coach Hurse. against Palatka South.
better record and might not physically up to par, according missed because of an infected "lie is a tireless worker and The Tornado secondarymade
have made it to the state to Coeach Hurse. foot. Hall also missed some of did a great job,gaining almost four interceptions
Open TuesdayIn playoffs, says Head BUS Starting Monster man Mike the season with an injured 100 yards a game rushing." during the season. David
Coach David Hurse. Gaskins also missed the St. knee but at the end of the The fullback spot was McMillan made two of them
BIIS ended the year 5-4-1 Augustine game and other season he started coming headed by Matt Hull and while Ronnie Hall and Larry
after winning the last game following with a pulled groin along, according to Hurse. Ricky Hall. Hull, a junior, Sherman made one each.
21-14 against Eastside of muscle. "Charlie Green did a very showed improvement and dida Charlie Green was the
Gainesville. "It's a crying shame that outstanding job in his only good job in pass receivingand kicking and punting man for
Macclennv "A 5-4-1 record is really not Terry Hayes broke his hand varsity year as a quar- showed more Improvement BUS. Green punted 32 times
indicative of the caliber teamwe like he did. He is an out terback," comments Coach each game. He for a total of 998\ yards, an
had this year," says Coach standing football player," Hurse. "His execution was should be a much improvedball average of 31.1.
-./ Hurse. Most boys did not says Coach Hurse. He will geta great, and his passing helpedus player next year, according "Larry Sherman was one of
BUS faces first have a lot of depth and I feel reach their full potential scholarship just about any move the ball con- to Hurse. the starting cornerbacks and
"I've. been pleased with the competition like we will have good balance because of added pressure of) place he wants to go." sistantly" "I'm sure Reddish is did a fine job and used his
progress so far, commends Tuesday\ December then has 4, in on the boards and a sound filling in for somebody else "The coaching staff and the Green's completion recordis looking forward to next year quickness well, lie was one of
Head Bradford Varsity home Macclenny its first defense," says Coach Sexton. and having to go both ways." football team are both happyfor very deceiving due to many with great anticipation, the leading receivers."
Basketball Coach Mike Sextonof game next Friday, Dec. "The biggest question now Bradford lost four of the him," says Hurse. dropped passes which were because he did not play the Puckett t started in five of the
7, against Madison.
his team a week before the is the overall team speed and down men (linemen) during Seniors graduating this year right in the receiver's hands first five games," says l Hurse. games and is as fine com-
first game. quickness, which I feel is not the St. Augustine game. and won't be on the team next but they dropped them. In the "We will be losing Pete petitor that is on the team,
The team this year has six up to par yet." says Sexton. Senior offense and defensiveend year are: Pete Puckett, Terry Orange Park game there were Puckett who made a valuable according to Hurse.
BUS VARSITYBVSKKTB lettermen returning lettermen. Senior "These are the things we will Terry Hayes and senior Hayes, Steve Register, at least seven dropped passes contribution to"the tea m. I He is "James Aldridge could be a
.\LL SCHEDULE are Curtiss White, have to wait and find out in offensive and defensive tackle Donald Loper, Charles that were right on target. a real hustler. starting runningback next
Abie Williams and Alvaughn competition." Donald Loper both were put Crawford, John McCuthens, Green threw a total of 145 Ronnie Hall was the most year' lie picked up a lot of
Dee 4 Macclenny Away Golden while junior lettermenare "We are looking for a big out of action with broken Marshall Cloversettle, Charlie times and completed 60 of experienced back in the experience this year and will
Dee Mad..on Home Donnie Sewell, Elva win against Macclenny." hands during the SA game. Green, Tim Crews, Ricky them. This gave the Tor- defensive secondary and he be a much improved ballplayer
Dee 11 BuChholZ Away Hampton and Sheldon Hodge. nadoes a total of 830 yards was the starting cornerback. ." comments Hurse.
Dee 15 5t Auguetine, Home with the passing game and an He played his position well McMillan showed great
Dee 20.21.22 Fla Star bourn Bolles average of 13.83 yards a and caught several key passesfor improvement during the year
Jan 8 Madison Away completion. Green was intercepted the year and did a fine job and started for BUS at the free
Ian 11 Orange Park Away G.\MKT1MKS; three times duringthe running back punts, according! safety spot and had an out-
Jan IS F.rnandlna Beach Home Junior Varsity 6:30:
p.m. to Hurse. standing according to
year. year
Jan 10 BuChltol Home Varsity .
Jan 22 Llve Oak Away 8 p.m. Junior halfback Bruce P. J. Jenkins and Johnny Coach Hurse.
Ian 25 Palatka South Home Barnes was the leading Covington both will be 'Steve Register had a fine
Jan 26 5011H Away a ) receiver for BIIS with 16 returning next year and with career at BUS. He did a fine
Jan 20 St. Augustine Away "All of these players have receptions for 213 yards, an hard work and a good off job offensively and defen
Feb 1 Palatka South Away been average of 13.3 per catch. season program should play sively. He was a captain along
a good job.
Feb 5 Orange Park Home Hayes was the next favorite next year, according to I Hurse. with Charlie Green," says \
Feb 8 Fernandina Beach Away Johnny Bruce JB Stuart Strickland was the Hurse. He also has
Barnes //Jam receiverwith 13 receptions for a good
Feb 12 Maeelenny Home Wayne Berry
starting monster man for chance for
172 yards. ) a scholarship.
Feb 15 McMillian\ James
Llve Oak Home Aldridge
.1 Bradford and did a good job Hurse of the
moved the 6.4 210
Feb 16 Ocala Vanguard Away and Reggie Green will be ableto Barnes was to says pound
Feb 18 BoliOi Home play a lot of ball this year ,- .r..._.-._, halfback position after the during the year and improvedwith offensive and defensive
and F- fifth game of the season and game. lin..man.
Feb 21 22,23DistrictTournament help tremendously according w a improved steadily during the Ronnie Hall was the leading Sheldon) Hodge ended thi-
to Sexton. These
March l2 l Region, Tournament the the are I ...-1 year, according to Hurse. He punt return man with nine year with two very fine ball
new on
people varsity. \
MarcM8 State Tournament returns for 137 yards. Larry "lie is back
"It looks like A is a junior and should be a games. coming
we are tow'l'
Jacksonville going .-, / { much improved ball player Sherman returned four for (B7; next year and will be one of

+ IL .,, IIIJ next year. yards.Sheldon. the toughest defensive ends in :
Junior runningback Tommy Hodge was the our conference," comments s
,4PL Ii -.. a leading tackler on defense Coach Hurse.
Reddish have been
I :H, ')Sli/Vf7: '; / t 1.i 1. rj -......... --- .. great help might to the BITS running a with a total I of 34 tackles for "Dale Haas is also retur-

I .vW.3 Ljftr f f42a i' I II department if it wasn't for the the year and 15 assists. ning at defensive end next ,
I -. { broken leg he received last Dwight Barber was next with year" says Hurse Haas
1 summer. He started back in ,:i tackles and 24 assists. separated his shoulder duringthe
ffim ,J< : action for the last four games Donnie Sewell added 30 middle of the season and
Scottish folklore holds that brownies haunt old houses and as a year total ran 62 tackles while Early Chandlergot missed t the last four games ;

and! help with the housework during the nitfht. Ranked 23rd in the state last year, Trlcia Parker receives Instructions\ from Tennis Coach times for of 301 4.85 yards, an made 28 27 tackles.tackles Steve, Terry Register Hayes but gained that valuable should make experience

Bradford:Melba Howard on the sport. This is the first year that there has been, a tennis program al carry.average years per 22, Ronnie Hall and Larry him a fine football player.
Iliirh. Sherman each made 20
Senior runningback Tim I
Crews was the backbone of the tackles.All .

I I Be I almost running hit game theNlOO for Bl lS.yard Crews per people listed made at WranglerBoots (

Tiger Cabers May ToughUnion game mark, getting 926 yards least one fumble recovery iii

from. 157 carries, an averageof during the season Donnie
5 89 yards.
I I Sewell Dwight Barber. ; ;
County High Cagerswill boys have played a lot teams. Hawthorne and the K. Yonge are also tough in Santa Fe. Teams in the "Crews was a surprise to Donald Loper David Mc FOR THE rJ/ t\\i
face first regular season together" states Thomas. "In only team that beat teams." Jamboree were Santa ]Fe, many people, 'but not to me. Millan and Larry Sherman. WHOLE
competition next Tuesday the Suwannee Conferencethere Hawthorne last year, The Tigers participated in a Hawthorne, New berry. Cross lie had a very fine spring and End of the year totals show l"':--J.j ,
night in Lake Butler against are four or five good Newberry, Williston, and P. jamboree last Tuesday night City, and Lake Butler. probably hit the hole quicker that Bradford outscored its FAMILY ..:,-.
Sants Fe. than anybody I have opponents 1-11-139. Bradford's p.....

The games will start at 6:30:

with followed the by junior varsity.varsity then Keystone Cagers Open Bunnell Hunters Enjoy Excellent Harvest fiJBOOTS

"I 1 feel that this is going to ..., -" .&.
be the best team we have had In State's Management Areas i
in several years," says Keystone High's basketball scorer on last year's team. Hank Morgan, both up from seniors Bobby Grayson 6-3, Handbags
Varsity Basketball Coach season will open its first gamein Coach Brummitt said, last year's J. V. squad, are Wayne Harmon 6-1, Robin j
Jimmy Thomas of the team. Bunnell High tomorrow 'Wingate looks as good as any looking good, too. Henderson 5-9, and Larry LAKE CITY As the first deer 6 turkey, and 24 hogs. Wallets
The Tigers are returning night(Friday Nov>; 30)at6:30) : offensive player at this time in "Bleasdale will) bear watching Turknetl 5.10; juniors Billy nine days of the 1973-74 Small game hunters also
three starters from last year and Head Coach Ron the season as I have ever and Morgan is really a Beam 5-11, Randy Iletzel 5-11, hunting season concluded, enjoyed a successful week of
and two other returning I lettermen t. Brummitt's cagers have been coached." Last year's leading hustler. If you were giving Lester Ketch 6.2, Hank area hunters enjoyed an hunting according to Smith 100 STYLES OF WESTERNAND
The returning working hard to get into shapefor scorer, Bobby Harner, is now awards for desire and hard Morgan 6-1, Darryl White 6-0 excellent harvest of deer, hog as an estimated 2,852 squirrelswere MODERN BELTS IN
its pressure-type defense attending the Appalachian work would and Don and wild turkey.According harvested on the nine
starters will be seniors ,Morgan certainlyget Wingate 6-0 ; SIZES 18 TO 56 MADE OF
Abraham Perry. 6'4 Jack and to learn its Cincinnati University. one." sophomores Bruce Bleasdale areas. THE FINEST LEATHER '.
McGill and Stirley Jones. The Swing offense. Lester Ketch, a junior, also "J. V.'s Coach, Bill Collins, 5-8, and Neal Cannon 5-8; to Frank II.
two other lettermen are "Bunnell has always been a has a starter on last year's freshman David Greek, 511. Smith, Jr., Northeast Region OBTAINABLE BY JUSTIN
Stanley Jones and 6'3 Roman good team and they have a club as a sophomore. is really doing a magnificentjob Wildlife Biologist for the INDIAN MOCCASINS
Stuart. Stuart injured his leg fine rebounding team, and Brummitt says Ketch particularly on his J. V. team," stated Brummitt is known Game and Fresh Water Fish Nl/' ... I '
last year and was unable to they also do a mighty fine impresses with his Brummitt. Collins has had l-i throughout North>; Florida fora Commission reports by game :) / I WESTERN SHIRTS
play good job of playing basket. ability under the boards. years of coaching experienceand particular style of play. His management personnel showan \oO.
Senior ball," stated Coach Brum- "Derryl White's fundamentals last year coached Cedar Key and Orange Park estimated total harvest of) \ .
Johnny Bos well will .
be from the JV mitt, as he awaits for the are great and his Hawthorne. coached teams both utilized a 544 deer and 91 wild turkey. III./ 1kk ,.. CARRADINESLeather
coming up
pressure type defense and An Indian hawk cuckoo
game against Bunnell. character is very high i
along with juniors Joe Members of the 1973 KHS variations of the Cincinnati J I is called the brainfeverbird
Maxwell Willie Albntton, Regarding the 5-11 Don Brummitt continued, saying Though designated as game Shop
Lorenza Griffin and David Wingate, second leading that Bruce Bleasdale and varsity basketball team are: Swing. animals on only seven of the because it's supposedto
ON U. S 301
Banks Billy Cain is new to nine areas,209 wild hogs were cause this affliction by LAWTEY FLA.
bagged on the Aucilla Camp its incessant calls.
Union County this year and
Coach Jones doesn't know how handing, Gulf Hammock, PHONE 782-34OO TF
good he is. Nassau and Tide Swamp
"I think we have some areas.
leadership this year and the -- --
Individual totals for t the K OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO<
respective areas are as I i iI
ot follows: Aucilla: 50 deer 21 I i iI DeWitt C. Jones
NevWeightllachinc ,, t turkey. 85 hogs; Camp I i iI iI iI
.. Blanding: 134 deer, (closed to I
r i turkey hunting), 14 hogs; Gulf I I I IJ Funeral Home
\ Hammock: 74 deer, 30 turkey.
i/ 38 hogs; Lake Butler: 75 deer
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I hogs; Lochloosa : 25 deer, |
AddedAdded (closed to turkey hunting). 7 I | HOSPITAL REDS. WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS
.}: VI \ hogs; Nassau: : 50 deer, 10 I I 8.. CRUTCHES

to the Bradford High I turkey, 16 hogs; Osceola: 75 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Education deer (closed to hun-
Physical Depart turkey
ment is a new weight lifting .4 _...' \.. i I \ I ting) Steinhatchee: 52 deer PHONE 473-3176
machine Coach David Hurse :; f '' 24 turkey; Tide Swamp: \9 ,00000000000000000000000000000001Our
feels will be an asset to the
t ..
weight lifting program. ..

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The Universal Multiple ,1 r''w .. .,.
Station Gym Machine has 16 ,. "
./ :1' .- depositorsdeserve
basic lifts and exercises and is :; /
much safer than lifting .- < ,
weights. No weights can fall ... lit. t .
off and all that is needed to ... 't ..:.. ....-' .. .. Ya l
change weights on the bars is -. .. '," ; our loyalty.
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moving a pin. This machinecan ::, '.r A'
be used by men and ,

women. Girls physical it.
education classes are They get

currently using the machine. .
One young lady can press 300

pounds with her legs J. 7 Florida National Banks. ;

It is intended for the t Jr I
machine to be incorporatedwith I p4

the physical education Tiger cheerleaders dean Holmes Donna Crawford Rosy Regina Phillips. Diane Bridgeman, and Cindy llendrlcks.
program and with after the school Itackley, and Sharon Norris urge Union County gridder to hidden In the photo and a bunch of spirited student fans kept FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE '; .
the it during the tear up the Santa Fe Raiders, and they did, 23-20I.ut Friday Tiger stadium aloud with sound the entire game Jefferson at Clark Street'Telephone( 964.7050
day public can use the The Tiger cheerleaders tIa1
machine Coach Hurse states. including Cheryl :\loonp)ham, I



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'EMC ? EMTWhat's That,

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by A. Ut'Armoml less than 20,000() persons across were inherent problems and swiftly rose to accept. feet and legs and held them In .'i
these United States will perish there have been those for and One of the many problemsthat the air" stating, "lIe's in L : : :':
NBC's television drama this year from uncontrolled against the EMC Project. Pons ell faced in the Initial :1 :
"Emergency" seen by hemorrhage at the scene of Some saw it as another extension stages of the program was The fire rescue personnelthat .
millions on Saturday nights auto accidents, prompted a of federal control how does a layman (experienced arrived on the scene onlymoments .
gives a pretty accurate hour government contract and the being applied at the local though he was) tell later took command
long picture of what can be allocation of federal funds to level, others questioned the groups that often included I of the situation and the man
done by a trained group of develop a program that couldbe need for change in what they physicians and registerednurses with the displaced shoulder
paramedics whizzing around used as a guide for the rest felt was already a good that there is a far only to become the victim of
to calls in the city of Los of the nation to follow, Thus emergency program. Many better way to do what they sincere but inexperienced life
Angeles in their, now famous, the Eight County EMC have had their respective have been doing. Not only was savers was helped to put his
"Rescue 51." Project. minds changed for them and the new method to be taught shoulder back in place and
"Gage and Nash," portrayed January of this year saw the some quite dramatically over better, it was and is the most was directed to a restaurant :
by Randolph Mantooth county commissioners of not the months that have seen the effective method of life saving where he did not have to take
and Kevin Tighe,are heroes to only Bradford, but Baker, program put into action in available in the U. S. today. off his hat for lunch.I .
millions of fire and rescue Clay, Duval, Nassau, St. each of the eight counties Ponsell accomplished( the thought the tale sounded
personnel throughout the Johns, Columbia, and Union involved. task with a tale and a test. In. just a bit far fetched until I tJ.
nation and have made Counties sign contracts with As with any program what one of the opening training heard a Union County Hescue
training films currently in use the City of Jacksonville in the good is equipment until you sessions Ponsell recounted the Squad member recount
by many major metropolitan give and take proposition of have someone trained to use following story prior to givinga recently he had a patient that
squads. the EMC Project. that equipment and someone test that left many nurses tried to end it all by over
\ As individuals and citizensof On the one hand the counties who can train the individuals.D. and other experienced' dosing with Schlitz beer and
less than a megopolis size would receive thousands of O. Ponsell a lieutenant in professionals shaking their ascorbic acid!
metropolis local residents sit dollars in federal funding for the Jacksonville Fire heads at the low scores they Ponsell brought with him a
and watch their respective the implementation of an Department was selected as received nurse co-ordmator Mrs. Iris
tubes and may be unaware of emergency health care Field Representative for the "A man in Jacksonville witha Parish, UN who taught
the true to life drama hap- delivery system suited to their EMC Project with the trick shoulder walked into a classes throughout many of -' '
pening in counties throughout own counties needs, several awesome task of co-ordinating downtown restaurant. Whenhe the eight county districts. Of ht 'it 1 -
the State of Florida that will thousand dollars worth of training In each of the reached to hang up his hat t course, these two individualsdid J'
equal and often times surpass emergency equipment, and a counties working out his shoulder popped out of not do all the work alone, '
the accurate well written training program to train problems at each local levelas place as it frequently did. but because they are so often
scripts{ of "Emergency." personnel in the use and well as generally trying to I Having been instructed by his in the field they have become L\J\ ,
While the year 1973 will be operation of that equipment to win friends and influence physician on how to put the two of the best known to the '
remembered by all as the save Itves.I people during the inception of shoulder back into place men and women who staff the .
year of the infamous I From the counties involved the project. It was not an easy himself the man laid down on various rescue squads. -
"Watergate," Agnew's there were certain things that task, but the kind of challengethat the floor at the entry way of The training portion of the ?, : : :,..1<.'.
resignation and "tricky each would have to live up to Ponsell, with a the restaurant and began to EMC Project is not an easy ,
Dick's" indignation a year of under the terms of the con- background of some 10 yearsin contort himself as instructed one, nor should it be. The
tapes that t were and aren't; tract. They each had to agreeto emereencv r..rllP Ulnrlr One of the restaurant's course was put together by the
1973 will be remembered!: by provide 24 hours a day patrons saw the man and American Academy of Or.
quite a growing number as the emergency ambulance ser- being the good, but not very thopaedic Surgeons over a Ifl-() :>earlcl Natalie Knight had a lot of people fooled wlirn "mock"! disaster look' jil.ue, i U
year they lived through vice, a fully equipped 4,167 Hunters knowledgable Samaritan that span of years and is designedto *ec if the rescue trams were learning all they t'oulI01l1l(1! '. \\ii.' morliri.m's, \\.i\ ,s iil l I loixl
take the ho has coloring, and listie.
layman w an rca
within each he "knew" the
!because: of the Eight County emergency room was man was
Emergency Medical Care counties hospital and the having an epileptic seizure. advanced knowledge in first
of either In Bla ruling The aid as taught by the Red Crossup
services restaurant
Project headquartered in the a physician patron ran
through the professional: within the emergency In Bradford County can !the computer can put all the
City of Jacksonville. resident in the hospital for 24 to the man's aid and forced a
level. The the basic department of the hospital take look at I information! I I together.
course, a one parked at !
hours availableto into the mouth
The "EMC Project. as it a day or easily November 19-25 spoon mans itself.
section of the course, is some the hack door of Bradford
into the and buck of his thread that
has become known to many come hospital \ so Besides
80( hours in length. being able to County Hospital, it is "Hescue
within minutes after he wouldn't swallow his
has affected the lives of
many hunters communicate with the "
4,617 were reported A good many hours may be rescue <>0. Each of the rescue units
and( will I in the coming years called. hunting in the Camp Blanding tongue or choke and team the hospital is also in
added to that basic course are designated a numeric FLORIDATHEATRE
touch each of us. For those The funds provided to each Management area from Nov. proceeded to hold) the man, constant radio contact with
with nine hour
starting a designation for of
that haven't heard the word county were to be used to 19 through Nov. 25. (now struggling as you might defensive and the county sheriff's department purposes
communication and that
emergency so
the :\tCl'roJt'ct is a program purchase and upgrade Four deer were killed 348 imagine) down so that he driving tactics course taughtby and most have hot linesto
of life giving emergency existing equipment, pay cat squirrels, 29! fox squirrels, would not do himself harm, the Florida Highway the major receiving
: medical care. This is not thl't'l salaries, provide training and 5 quail, 3 wood ducks, 4 snipe One good Samaritan can Patrol. Then there are the 10 hospitals such as University in
) )(' of care that has been get the show on the road. and 3 rabbits were also often lead to another and this Jacksonville and Shands
hours of extrication of
accident -
, predominate in the past years In almost every case a reported killed. time two came running. The victims from auto's Teaching Hospital in 301DRIVEIN [Showtime-Weekdays 7:00|
aid delivered committee was formed knownas first one came with a rag
of first bysometimes A total of 16,709 hunters Gainesville.This .
' less than skilled the Emergency Medical have been reported hunting in saturated with household where various they may other be places trappedand the allows the rapid [Sunday 3 ::00 Saturday 1:0:

hands at the scene of an accident Care Committee or EMC the Blanding area since the ammonia and covered( the general public will get assignment of bed space '
but it is a program of Committee with the prime opening of hunting season struggling man's mouth and themselves into without being receipt of advice from a
responsibility of seeing to it nose causing the fellow to SAT SUN MATINEES
co-ordinated, highly Nov. 10.Only poor able to themselves out on specialist, and immediate
treatment given at the scene that things within the county one serious accidenthas hold his breath and lie very their get instructions for transport of SHOWTIME 7.00 SAT 1& 2:3O:
were co-ordinated into a still. The man's thoughts at own SUN 3 a 43O
where seconds may count occurred in the Blanding Next there are courses in the more critically acute
towards the difference in lives successful and workable area since hunting season this time were if I pretend I drugs the administration of cases from the smaller FRI. THRU MON.
. saved and lives lost. program that would do more opened. A man accidentallyshot have fainted perhaps they will hospital to a major medical Holiday Adventure that
4 parenterally
drugs orally, ,
than just ponder the saving of lie certainly was in FRI. SAT
go away.
The program originatedwhen himself when his gun and of have seen center where the patient can
course as
the City of Jacksonville lives. Members of the committee discharged as the hunter no position to argue with these them do on you"Emergen receive specialized care. dazzles your eyes... ,
began to cross train membersof usually included the banged the stock against a sincere life savers. I.V.I"! !Next: to the trained staff of
hospital administrator the The third Samaritan on the cy""start an 'ALL NE4h!, ALL LIVE!ir
the lire department for wounded deer's head. Citizens might also want to both the rescue squads and the THE UNDEAD DIES '
hospital chief of staff, a scene took one look at the now Vk/ Never bafor.
rescue work. Jacksonville'sbeginning There will be a commission consider the fact that the hospital with its emergency ,, .
led to what is now member from the rescue report on the progress of the still breath holding form and medical department is a piece of AGAIN AND AGAIN! *, I on Screen I
emergency -
squad, a member of the local "knew" he had a case of ..
considered one of the finest, if 1973-74 hunting season held technicians who this equipment) that has become /
not the very best. emergency law enforcement agency and a Nov. :30 at 9:30: a.m. in cardiac arrest and began a rib course are licensed pass by the known as an emergency room .
medical' care delivery county commissioners who Tallahassee at the auditoriumin shattering external cardiac Stale and in order to maintain, on wheels, the new "modular/ \
systems in the.Unitl'd .Slates could report back to the the Commission Building, massage. that..' license must take a ambulance." These new -
today(( The accomplishments commission the actions and fi20( S. Meridian St. Out of the crowd that minimum of 30 hours retraining mobile life support systems C
by the men of the Jacksonville results the EMC Committeein All meetings are open. All gathered a fourth Samaritancame each three are put together. (quite
Fire-Hescue Squad along light of their contractual sportsmen and citizens are forth and quite possiblywas Just when you think years.that you literally, they come in sections :
with figures from) the National responsibilities.As invited the most accurate of the of and are assembled in
have finally a good picture
Safety Council that state no any new program there lot when he grabbed the man'sSaving the training requirements for Jacksonville) at a cost in cji4'J'

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eoiTOKlALSListen County Agents By

r BobbyTaylor J5Zl.: :
-o 1_ Remember Dick, "You can fool some Notebook

F of the people all of the time. t-

; all of the people some of the time

but can't fool all of the The top news item these over the field would be
Lawtey days is our energy crisis. We helpful. Reduced tillage with
people all of the time. J in Extension have been askedto greater reliance on herbicides
discuss this problem at could save fuel Keeping
The Time Is Now! every opportunity to try to (tractor and other motors
make and tractor
our people more awareof tuned matching
the situation and more and equipment size to the

Everybody seems to agree that $1,000 annually and receipts from the scious.energy conservation con fuel needs and of the power job use.can conserve

Lawtey's water, obtained from private water plant itself. The estimated
wells, is "terrible," but apparently some $414,000 even includes the expense of a Most of us have always These are only a few wayswe
residents are satisfied to let it stay that water department manager.In taken our energy for granted can conserve our energy.All .
.energy to light heat and cool would be helpful whetheror
way, even though the city now has its t't r our homes to cook our meals, not mandatory controls are
best system with an FIIA loan at a low rate of system pay itself out of debt, the city and to provide our personal your part in this crisis.
interest, to be paid off by receipts from would need to have 279 water ;; ; transportation.. But now thereis
the plant itself. customers, including residences, \O ) +! w a growing energy gap in our Even though feed prices are
country. Quite simply, this still high, there continues to bea
businesses mobile homes and churches.
<<: lf the nation's
IT means lot of interest in swine
Little interest on the part of Lawtey This number will be required to sign up demand for energy is growing production. I hope all of our
residents was shown at a public meetingheld for the service before the loan is ap much faster than new swine producers will attend
November 20 for the purpose of proved. And therein lies the rub. This 4 ha4 domestic supplies are being the Swine Field Day Thursday -

having a representative of the Farmers number represents about 90 per cent of discovered and developed.Our December Florida 6. at the in

Home Administration answer questionsthat the residents of Lawtey. people can help Gainesville.University of The morning

anyone might have concerning the themselves and our country session will start at 8 a,m. at
system. FHA would like to have these by using energy as efficientlyas the University Swine Unit
signatures in hand by December 1, they can. This for will individual not only located on Archer Hoad The
save money
The FIIA representative attended the although Lawtey councilmen hope theycan families, but will also extendour afternoon the Livestock session Pavilion.will Call be or at

meeting, but only a handful of Lawtey obtain an extension of time on this nation's precious energy come by for more information
residents took the trouble to turn out. deadline. So far, only 100 signatures has resources. about this worthwhile ac

Notably lacking were the ones who have been obtained, and some homeownersdon't It has been estimated that 30 tivity.

been asking questions and spreading seem interested in signing because percent of the nation's energyis Tobacco should be
misinformation about the proposed they already have their wells.It consumed in the interested in growers two events next
households. Conservative and
project. month.A .
efficient use of lighting,
was stated at the meeting last week

One of the stories circulated in the that the minimum charge for water heating, and and appliances cooling equipment can held tobacco on December trade fair 45 will be at

Lawtey water system is that "so many to the first 3,000 gallons. The average Checking appliances and Valdosta, Georgia, Varied
chemicals" would be added to the water family of four would use approximately condition equipment for proper working equipment demonstrationsand
is a must during a
that it would be unpalatable to drink. 4,000 gallons per month, which should fuel shortage. other exhibits will be on
cost them around $7, it was said. display.
This was refuted by the FHA Farmers should be alert for The other activity for

representative, as well that membersof The city would pay the cost of runningthe ; m1111 im ;1;;1;mm1111111;;;;;;;;[;::11:11:1m:1:11:1:[;:;:; ::[::[;::::1m:1:111:11111111mm11111111i111i111: ::;;:;;;;;;;; ;;;;;;; ;; ;; ;1m1i1111111111111111111;;; ; ;;;[ ; ;; ;11111111 11111111111111m11111ili111 vr serve and use fuel any in method their farming to con- tobacco marketing growers meeting is a at tobacco 9:10::) >
the Council, who said state law water line and installing the meterat operations. Fuel allocationsare a.m. on December\ at the
does require the addition of the water, but that no more would be with the consumer paying only the cost tractor truck and equipmentuse. Research Center Problems in
used than is used in Starke and all other of extending line from the meter into the Combining operationssuch marketing flue-cured tobacco
cities with municipal wells, which is not home or place of business. as incorporating fer will be discussed l at length. I
tilizers, seed herbicides and hope a majority ot our
enough to make the water distasteful."I'd insecticides In'the same trip growers will attend.FORESTRY.
Members of the Council pointed out

rather drink water with a little that the water service should not mean

chlorine added than to run the risk of any additional expense to residents
drinking untreated water from private when it is considered that it costs about Talking

wells in Lawtey, where the high water $3 per month to operate a private water .w u f I IN IRADFORD COUNTY
table and the use of septic tanks make pump: several dollars more during the About

pollution an ever present danger," the year for repairs; and considering the L HELP
FIIA representative said. amount that would be saved by lower I ThingsBy Iy John01Mleora
insurance premiums. It was said that The m

In addition to the possibility of fire insurance premiums on a frame

pollution the present water supply of house would be cut about 50 per cent, Richard Crews George HugginsThanksgiving

and rates on a brick or masonry home '
- about 25 per cent if a municipal water KIDNEY .FUNDRichard Day is gone. If you have lived in Brad-
tneet! system is installed.It The physical effect of the dayis lord County for any length of
-> ng. not gone, but for me, it is time, you have probably
disappearing Next Wed- noticed many environmental
The chief complaint was the high appears that the residents of nesday I go for my regular changes taking place particularly .
incidence of iron in the water, which Lawtey would be making a serious check-up and right now I know within the Starke
causes the discoloration of clothes mistake if they pass up this opportunityto one of the first few questionswill City limits
be, "You've been eating
washed at home, and is so bad that it obtain the loan for a modern water pretty good haven't you?", By Shopping centers
clogs up pipes and even discolors system at an interest rate which is about December 5th I expect to be 3 residences restaurants, and
shrubbery and buildings when half the present "going rate." Also the to 5 pounds lighter than I am recreational facilities stem to

sprinklers are left running. investment of several thousand dollars right now. The be springing pace of growth up oinight has increased -

that the city has made in engineeringwork Well we should never fail to and it seems to he-
"You can reverse the flow and see and pre-planning for the system be thankful for the abundanceof picking up speed as the da-:'!!
some of the damndest stuff you ever saw would be lost, and a similar amount good food we have availableto progress.

come out of the pipes," is the way one would have to be spent again if the us. I will not attempt to The latest prediction is that
Crews Fund name the different foods, but I
resident expressed it. project is revived several years from Kidney can remember 12 names right the county's population will
now. now that were on our table double to over ::111.1"1( bv 197H.
Lawtey now has the opportunity to Thanksgiving DayKl'KI. Increasing population

obtain a water system with a $414,000loan A wise man said, "Opportunity knocks Growing With Public Support means primarily more to keep(controls our en-
on a 40-year contract from FIIA at 5 but once, and Lawtey's opportunity to vironment in a continuing
1/4 per cent interest. The only thing obtain a water system is knocking now. Farm Bureau has been good livable condition Zoning
pledged for repayment of the loan is thecity's We hope the residents of the county's The Richard Crews Kidney members for $1 each and the man's parents. Mr and Mrs. keeping right up to date on the regulations have already been
franchise second Fund took a giant step tor- cooperation of the public is Raymond Crews; and others much publicized fuel crisis instituted and these will
with Florida Power and largest municipality will not turna ward last week as various asked in raising as much who are spearheading the and has been keeping the become of ever increasing
Light Co., which amounts to about deaf ear. youth organizations at money as possible on this various projects.. proper groups advised as to importance..
Bradford High School swungin project. The 5X( ).pound Black agricultural needs. Farm
line behind the drive Angus is pictured above with A fund.raising effort is also Bureau has been on the job What does all 'his growth
raising more than $1.000 Chapter member Jimmy being planned by the BUS keeping the proper folks mean when it comes to our
Those Gullible through their combined efforts Gladwell. Interact Club in the near advised as to the importanceof trees and forestry in general\
future, and various> other civic enough fuel with the The rural areas of the
Appreciation to the publicfor clubs will join in the com probable affect on short cuts county are still primarily
The Fellowship of Christian the fine support receivedso munity effort in the coming for food production. Farm covered with i forests. An
Gullible Governors Athletes and the Varsity andJ. far in the drive was ex- weeks. Bureau is working with fuel estimated 78 percent of
V. Cheerleaders sponsoreda pressed this week by Mike suppliers to possibly aid Bradford County is forested at
car wash, a road block anda Sexton, (FCA sponsor; Paul In the meanwhile keep agricultural I production this time. Trees are very
bake sale the Saturday Hutchms FFA Chapter ad- important commerciallyoutside
those contributions
"If there are bombshells his case to the public in carefully coming in The State of (Florida has of the
any more I'm before Thanksgiving the visor: !Mrs. Ida Lee Brown by cash or check vi hush city limits and
not aware of them," President Nixon selected friendly areas of the Southeast. help of many other students Richard's former school bus be deposited directly by may the established a state allocationolf they will remain: so in years to
told Republican Governors in Memphis.on and teachers driver and originator of the donor in the Kidney Fund at ice which receives requestsfor come.
fuel from ,
November 20 in response to their Barnum, the famous circus showman, The students reported a effort to help him, the joungLETTERS Guaranty Federal. farmers under people a temporary including When one looks at urban
hesitant questions about Watergate. once said that the American public likesto very successful day with hardship basis. This com- areas, the City of Starke in
be fooled. With his famous phoney gross receipts of -1-1891 from mittee meets each morning to particular, trees must be
On November '21 his l lawyers went sideshows he made a strong case for this their varied activities, The America which is dead set on consider requests that have vieedith increasinglymore
money has been placed on destroying our free-enterprise come in I would expect eachof importance as
into court and disclosed that another statement. Now, again, even in these .
deposit in the Bradford systemI our fuel oil distributors has population growth continues.
vital conversation was missing from the sophisticated times, Barnum's point is County Kidney Fund at information about this
subpoenaed White House; recordings being proved. How else can we accountfor <<: Guaranty Federal Savingsand I would like to remind you of program and who to contact. Properly located trees and
Only a prolonged "hum" remained. the fact that a group of supposedly Loan branch office in Dear Sir three sayings'"For : shrubs can reduce city noise
Starke. It will be available for every dollar the IIOMK: : c\ltliKNS: \ : levels by as much as 50 per
knowledgeable Republican
For some time I have church spends for missions,
It just so that the of cent. Big cities are notoriousfor
use 20-year-old
happened vital Richard
met with President Nixon at wondered why the news the Communists spend $40 to George Grant who was having
segment was "missing" from the tape ofa Memphis were brainwashed into a will 1972 graduate of BITS who media newspapers, radio or spread their poisonous recently elected vice- problems. Little noise cities pollution are not
meeting between the President and his thinking that he had somehow made a"disclosure" undergo a kidney transplant TV don't print a person's belief." president of our Bradford far behind.
then chief of staff, II. R. lIaldeman, of his role in donor as is soon found.as a compatible In the opinion on things like extreme "The manho doesn't) readIs County Farm Bureau will runa
recorded three days after the Watergate, religious beliefs or extreme no better than the one \\hocan't close second to me in Trees are living filters whenit
break-in of Watergate when in reality he supplied nothing of meanwhile he is undergoing anti-Communism. Why read." bragging about his garden He comes to strainingpollutiol1
Democratic headquarters any substance. The same type of expensive treatments on a someone doesn't tell of the "The man who knows had been telling me that he ate out of the air, and their shade
The importance of this tape is indicated brainwashing was inflicted on the groupof dialysis Gainesville. machine in pro-Communists in our nothing of history doomed to ripe tomatoes from his gardenon can cut summer air con-
by the Appeals Court decision of October Senators and Representatives who Government, schools, repeat it." Thanksgiving Day. ditioning bills down considerably -
12 ordering the President to honor churches, state and local (Authors unknown by me) In other words, a
the were invited to cozy White House The Bradford FFA( Chaptershave offices. Tell the people of the All three statements includeus had shade tree in the right placecan
subpoena, stating that this I told him that he
con breakfasts recently and went already raised over SHOO Relations, and all
away Council on Foreign all -- me, you, first but help reduce the ever increasing -
versation ...should show the extent of proclaiming, as did Gov. Reagan of on their bull calf giveaway known to some people as The Americans. garden I will probably ripe have them the cost of electrical
the knowledge of the illegal activity by scheduled for December 15 at Invisible Government, or
California, the conviction that ....allthat's the school. Tickets latest. Mine are stll green and
the participants or effort to conceal on the calf CFR. Also things as the different -Fred Johnson
any needed is to find to just growing bigger. I counted
now a means sold
are being by the FFA pro-Communist front in Trees also provide cover
the truth. 307 S. Church,
27 tomatoes hill. They
on one
get the information he gave us before and homes for wildlife,a placefor
from ball and
were golf size children tq play in and
the American public.
The President's
special counsel, J. up.
around and the list goes on
Fred Buzhardt Jr., said that he and the ORIDq BRADFORD and on.
White House did not consider the O tempera! 0 mores! c: ; tvvE CQL I have found it easier to (See Page 13))
missing segment a bombshell, but there p keep the worms off by turningthe
seemed no doubt that the President's There are none so blind, as those who nctrvs tr grapI4TION water on plants every few
had widened will not seeand none so deaf as those days. I have pretty good lJllTllNd
gap again, even on the water. I'll
as he attempted to restore it by taking who hear only what they want to hear! CV CWIX a mock off a few top bloom but
BOB G. FERGUSON JOBS MILLER they would not make fruit
Publishers before frost anyway.

Iffil(NO MFtQal44r II" I IIII"" ? 1. : t1 : Published each Thursday and entered as Second: Class Matter ac the Post Office: at Scaike, Well it seems like there is a
pvoi0r:1 FU. under Act of March 3, 1879. shortage of everything we talk
Attention confirmed" bachelors" : during th e days of the Roman Empire, marriage about. We all hope the shortage "History keep repeating
Subscription in trade area: 16 per year: 3.50 six months, of rainfall will have
I avoidance was 110 widespread the Emperor A uiiuatus pawed laws against/ it. rate Itself, because we weren't lis-
Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: $7 per year: $' .00 six months Starke. Fla. ended by the time this is I.nlnllhe first time.**

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SAVE w/r9
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Probably the thing that has i
saved more trees than
anything else Is the economic
value they can add to a parcelof ALi
land. Ordinarily, land
containing trees is just worth
more than land without. 0
What have cities done to
save their trees and keep their
environment a favorable
place to live?
Orlando and Gainesville are
two examples of Florida cities Lft
that are doing somethingabout
saving their trees. Both
have adopted Shade Tree
Ordinances which prohibit the
cutting of trees (over a TtiF PRICES GOOD THURS. NOV. 29 THRU WED. DEC. 5
minimum size) unless a Tree eEEF PEOP
Removal Permit is obtained. ,
This does not mean that all
trees must be left on a con
struction site, but it does
mean that a qualified person
must inspect an area to see if QUARTER SLICED Y a '+ Quantity Rights
trees actually do need Whale Picnics
removing. With rare exception Smoked Ham . LB.98t WINN.DIXIE Reserved STORES. INC. La.78c
trees that pose a Kirt, COPYRIGHT 1971: FULL QUARTER LOIN SLICED
safety are diseased,
or are in the way of con- Ham Roast $109 Pork Chops . LB. $))09
struction, can be removed . lB.
under a Tree Removal Per- W-D BRAND

mit.One day, if not now, a Tree Ham Slices lB. $119 W.D BRAND All Meat Franks '12 PKC.IB.01.. 89c

Removal Ordinance may be MILD W-D BRAND WHOLE! HOG
keep Starke an en- Chuck Steak lB.98c Pork Sausage . PKG.99t
vironmentally pleasing placeto
Strip Steak $189 California I Roast $109
. lB.
Beef 5 $479 ROAST Shoulder Roast. LB. $121W.O
KATHY Canned Ham 3 iN $4 79 PORTION Beef
BROWN 7 Hindquarter LB.98c


Bacon . lB.99c LB. Ground Chuck la $))09

This week I have put l8.BUTT .
together a collection of noteson WHOLE OR
cleaning and keeping PORTION
equipment in your home
bright and shining.To SAVE 44 IB. 885
keep fine kitchen cutlery SAVE 20cLIPTON SAVE lieKRAFT
razor sharp, do not cut bones, '
metal, string, or paper. Use a THRIFTY MAID
wooden: cutting board. Wash, HUDSON SAVE 14CHEINZ

separately rinse and and dry immediatelyafter knives TOMATOESjl f( Ett=-

handles use.are Check heat and to moisture be sure BATH lt TEA BAGS JLMayonnaise r-

resistant before washing in an more porthole excli .

automatic When loading dishwasher.a dishwasher, TISSUE Ketchup
separate the knives from
other utensils which will dull $ kR 32-ox. BOTTLE
blades if they are jostled Ml Fr
MBSba99 alsd
against one another. 6
Likewise, in storing knives, OO-CT.. 68
separate the cutting edges by 5 16-01. r+ J 32-o
drawer organizers or wall PKG. '
racks. 1 CANS JAR 55

Do you leave garbage in the 2-ROLL
kitchen over night? Do you
leave food uncovered on the PKGS.
table or in the cabinets?
Roaches thrive on any accessible TROPICANA
garbage or food so
them in the first
cabinets place.discourage Keep and countertopsclean. cupboards, A pp I es . .1 FOR 99 t ORANGE DINNERS'NEW( ) . . I BAG La $199

Store food in covered FLORIDA

containers.often with Wash hot water garbagecans and Oranges . 5 8L: 59t JUICE . . 2 STALK 39C

suds. .
To kill roaches, use an in- lB 10'0&.
secticide, after carefully Onions . 5 BAG 69t i Broccoli I . 3 PKGS. $100 1
reading instructions. Keep $i $
children and pets away from HARVEST FRESH HARVEST FRESH
the chemical, and wash hands
and face after using it.
Stop worrying about 11-ox.
disappearing pattern, and 32-0=: PKGS.:
wash porcelain and bone { CTNS.
china right in the dishwasher.The .

short manufacturer in glaze cycles doubt,protects treat regarding write it gently.it, and the the If 13 ,/ )'-. rfc ( rA ; 334

pattern you have or are LB. *- 'I LB.
considering buying or check
with the store to see if
dishwashers literature is available.even Many have Grapefruit 5 BAG 69C Green Peas 4 10'01. $100 Saltines -LBPKG. 39c Rice 3 LB 99c
special china and crystal PKGS. a Pltc

decreases handled breakage,less the since than possibility dishes in hand are of 10 BAG99c Chicken"HS c: ': $299 Extra Lge. Eggs DOZEN 79c 5 "CANS" $1

washing. Loading accordingto HARVEST FRESH FREEZER QUEEN ASSORTED SKILLET ALl FLAVORS Limit SO C.m w/47.SOar/ m.,.....'ch... THRIFTY MAID
the manufacturer's In- Pole Beans 29C Dinners 8UVaNI. PKQ79C 7Tis' 8C 2 'Z $1 looFOR
structions is important to LB. TONE IOc : Chek Drinks Pudding '
avoid chipping. Though the
and dishwashing detergentare BUY ONE. 1y..l8. '17'i.0&. 460&
Cucumbers 5 39' Potatoes GET ONE 39c Steak 59e Juice 3 $1
most effective in cleaning. FOR fOR lOt PKO. . CAN CANS


electric The a variety real brooms boon of on lightweight the for marketare quicksweepups Orange Juice 2 CANS" $100 Coffee . AN 78C. Dressing 3TLS.;;s. $ 00 Lima Beans 3 PKGS.tool' 8Sc

the Limit 1 CoHooot chol .w/$7.30/ or mor.purr oxl.cis.1EN0'S

popular carpeting indoor-outdoor for becoming kitchen types areas.so of Pizza Roll 2 ROllS 6'01. $100 Coffee 2I< ASTOR . CA78C Napkins 3 '180 PKGS.CT.. $100 Sliced Peaches '"CAN'". 39

For nicest
semi-precious gleams the in your, and glints precious costume, Peach Cobbler 7.: $100! Gain Detergent 49'01.- 68C Cake Mixes 3 PKGS. $1 Bread 3 LOAVU).48. $100

take little time to

diamonds keep it clean.Translucent, emeralds. gems--, sap-- Cauliflower 3 ssl; Tomato Soup 10 CAN v-o&'lOc Green Beans 3 "PEGS. $100 Flaky DR llwN.N'3vE; is.00!

phires, rubies-are generally
very hard, and can be soakedin .. ..

a help soap loosen or detergent dirt particles solutionto I EXTRA ,I -I. .EXTRA 1 EXTRA ; EXTRA.

from the settings. Brush I dt GREEN STAMPS ; J'H GREEN. STAMPS *H. GREEN STAMPS. I I A-H. GREEN. STAMPS....... ..
gently with a small brush, and -SIN NI-N.rI. .W.M .M WN-.N O* / I.M Mwt* .l.COWMW .M N. water.Nontranslucent 30 CT PKG / ONE CARTON y THREE 14401 CANS ONE 30-CT. BOX ;;; a IB CPr 1
rinse in warm
Can Liners Dog Food Cottage Cheese ;
1 (
pearls, opals, turquoises-are ?N
r Whisk delicate these and easily through damaged.mild 1 ?., No 2 .?. 'I No. 3 ., .? ., ?., el No. 4 No 5., .... ., ...?..
soap suds, rinse; and pat dry
,, with a soft towel. ;i EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA ; EXTRA ; EXTRA '
Gold Jewelry without stones I I I I I I I
should be soaked in warm, d7t GREENSTAMPS_ .,! I dx GREEN STAMPS d!* GREEN. STAMPS AM GREEN STAMPS ; .d7( GREEN STAMPS.
, 1 .LN.r* t n.h--1*vti*>M O* / WITH Mwtn tWK-.N NK..N K 1 *n N-\.1.| C9VOI .M hK-.N O* il* Mt******** fcM- I e ;
soapy solutions to remove any 4 LBSrOR MORE FRESH I ONE fO IB PKG 10'o<. SIZE STOUFFERS ON! 21'at. SIZE 1 ONE 13o,. SIZE
accumulations of dirt. Rinsein BONELESS BOSTON BUTT W.0 BRAND PURE Chtchvn. B..# or Tuk., j STOUFFER'SLasagna STOUFFER'S BlUEBIRRT
warm water and polish dry. Pork Roast ; Ground Beef Pot Pies i Crumb Cake ;
Costume jewelry should be GOOD THRU DEC 3No 1 '.1'" 'L GOOD THRU DEC. 3 1 GOOD THRU DEC. i GOOD THRU DEC. S r
damp wiped cloth.regularly with a soft, 6 .. .. .... .... 7 ? q No 8 .. .?.. .... No. 9 ., ,,,, No 10.. ,................ .

Handle all jewelry gently
and other store jewelry.without contact with 430 W. Madison St.

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I -- -' LEGALS -- -- Starke Obituaries

Jewel Andrews
Opportunities for Service

NOTICE INTENTIONTO days after written notice being u 4a Mrs,Jewel Andrews, widowof Miss Sinn Present sons, Ardell, Lake City; Edwtird Tcnnant
REGISTER given of such award, enter Into a SundayWMUBrotherhood (Rome J. Andrews, longtime Matthew, Starke; James,
FICTITIOUS NAME written contract with The Boardof Foreign Mission Breakfast, barber in Starke, died Monday MissSina M. Prescott,84, of Leaman and Marion Smith,
County Commissioners of Guest Speaker: Mr. Don Mott, Nov. 26. She had been Lawtey died\ in the Starke all of Maxville; William Edward Tennant, 64, of
Bradford County, Florida, In member of Foreign Mission Nursing Smith, Macclenny, and Louis
Pursuant to Section 865.09 living in recent years with her Home on Nov. 20 Starke, died Thursday, Nov.
is accordance with the accepted Board of the Southern Baptist following a Smith, Lawtey: one brother,
Florida Statutes, notice sister, Mrs. Louise Snead, at long illness. 22, in the Veterans Hospital at
hereby given that the undersigned bid and give a contract Surety Convention, 7:30: a.m.; Sun- O' Lakes, Fla. Born in Baker County on Henry Howard, Adel, Ga.; Gainesville after a short
Lane .
Don E. Champion and Bond satisfactory to said Boardin day School, 9:45: ; Morning Mrs, Andrews was a Oct. 10, 1889, Miss Prescott four sisters, Mrs, Bessie Miles illness.
Lorraine L. Champion, At. 1 Box an amount equal to one Worship at 11 o'clock, sermon { member of the First Baptist lived in the Lawtey area since and Mrs. Linnie Lee, both of

348, Keystone Heights, Florida hundred per cent of the contract : "Finding God in the Church of Lutz.Graveside 1927. She was a charter Lake Butler; Mrs. Jessie
Unexpected"; Youth Hand member Davis, Jacksonville, and Mrs. Born in New York on Jan
doing business under the firm price. services will be of the Highland
name of "Hartmann Apartments bells, 5 o'clock; Church Baptist Church Nettie Crawford, Starke; 22 23, 1909( he was a retired
organized in
at 1 Thursday, Nov.
held p.m. roofer and had lived in Starkefor
," 830 N. Temple Ave. No bidder may withdraw his bid Training, 6:15: ; Evening Lake 1910. grandchildren, and ten great.
after Worship at 7:30: p.m., sermon: 2D, at Crosby Cemeterywith grandchildren. two years.Surviving .
Starke, Bradford County, for a period forty days Blount Funeral Home of Surviving are two sisters:
Florida 32091.Intends to register the date set for the opening "A Greater Tabernacle. charge. Mrs. Hattie Darley of Lawtey Funeral services were held
said fictitious name under the thereof.All Monday Lorena Epperson Tampa in and Mrs.Virginia Lastinger of at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Union are his widow,

provisions of aforesaid statute. Group in Charge of Week of Don Mott Daytona Beach. Primitive Baptist Church. Elizabeth, of Starke; two
Don E. Champion and Lorraine work shall be done in accordance Prayer Program at the ::: ':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:: Services were held Friday Interment was in Dyal daughters, Mrs. Alice Mills,

L Champion, sole owners. with Plans, Church 10 o'clock; Youth : Nov. 23, at the Highland Cemetery under direction of Syracuse, N. Y., and Mrs.
Dated this 12th day of Specifications and Contract Choir Practice, and Deacons To Speak jj11 ti Card Of Thanks jt Baptist Church with Rev DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Catherine Scali, Islip, N. y,;

November, A. D. 1973 at Starke Documents relative thereto as Meeting; 7 o'clock :1 J\ Raymond Caudill and Rev. E. Home. two sons Richard, of Islip,
12/6. Tuesday Ida Darby Groupin :o; :::-.:::::::::::::: :::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::: :: \ C.
Fla. 11/154tp prepared by Frank George To Harvey conducting. Interment and Edward, of Starke; one
Week of
George Architect, Palatka, Charge Prayer will be in Long brother, Robert, of Largo; a
Florida. Plans, specificationsand Program 10 o'clock; Crusaderand Branch Cemetery, with Oshie Hurt on sister, Mrs. Irene Luckey,
I will not be responsible for contract documents may be Carol Choir Practice, Don Mott, former vice- CARD OF THANKSMy DeWitt C. .Jones Funeral Dania; and nine grand-

anything my wife Velma Me- examined at the office of the 3:30: ; Crusader and Carol president of the Florida Home of Starke in charge of chi Idren.Funeral.
Cutchen does. Clerk of the Circuit Court Handbell Practice 4:15.: Baptist Convention and deep gratitude to my arrangements.lackllowartfl. !Mrs Oshie Harton, 77,
Acteens, 5 member of kind friends for their widow of Carl Harton died
-Sam McCutchen (Courthouse Building) in Starke, Wednesday the Foreign many many services were held
o'clock Family Night Supper, Mission Board of cards, and deep concern duringmy Nov. 22 in Shands
4tp 12/6 Florida, or at the office of the ; the Southern Thursday, at 2 p.m. Sunday in Jones
Architect, 10B North Palm 6 o'clock; Miss Carolyn Baptist Convention,will be theguest lengthy hospitalization. I am [\ Teaching College Memorial Chapel with Jack

Avenue, in Palatka, Florida. Weatherford, WMU Executive speaker at the Mission home now and with God's help Gainesville, as a result of Bell and Henry !Mediatore,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Secretary for the Florida Breakfast at First Baptist will make a long visit to Starke Mark Howard, 81, of Starke, injuries received in an ministers, conducting.

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Only one set of such plans and Baptist Convention will beguest Church of Starke this Sunday, real soon. died Friday, Nov. 23, after a automobile accident on Highway Cremation followed.
speaker for the Week of December sudden illness. A native of 21 north of
IN AND FOR BRADFORD contract documents and forms 2, at 7:30: a.m. Keystone
COUNTY FLORIDA. CASE for bidding may be secured by Prayer Program during Mott has spoken in churchesall Devotedly, Baker County, he was a Heights, Nov. 18
member of
June Patel the Primitive
NO. 73254IN regular Hour of Power time, Page
General only from over the state of Florida
the office of the architect by 6:30: ; Teachers and Officers and in many other states and Baptist Church. !Mrs Harton was a longtime
RE: The Marriage of J. B. depositing therewith $50.00. Meeting, 7:15: ; Church Choir Canada as well as al dinner three Surviving is his wife, Ida; resident of Starke and attended RUBBERSTAMPS
JONES Husband and IDA Practice 8 o'clock. daughters, Mrs. Lilly the Christian Church.
The deposit from general meetings for civic clubs and
MAE BLUE JONES Wife. Thursday Lottie Moon CARD OF THANKS Webb, Starke; Mrs. Lois
contractors will be refunded church lie carries
Group in Charge of Week of groups. on Russ, Apopka; and Mrs. She is survived
submission of a bonafidebid correspondence with by one
NOTICE OF ACTIONTo Prayer Program 10 o'clock at missionaries and nationals( The family of the late Mrs. Louise Bass, Maxville; seven sister, Mrs. Ruby Milloy, St
and of said in
return plans
the Church Music Makers Katie T. Ferguson wishes to
Petersburg brother
several countries of the world ; ,
contract documents in good and World Friends 3::30' extend( to you their heartfelt
: and has visited few of them. :. Clarence Climer Starke; anda
condition within ten days after PreSchoolMusic PENTECOSTALCIIUKCII. : ;
J. B. JONES Mission Friends, thanks for the kindness, show of grandson.
116 Castor Street the date set for the opening of Activities, 4:05: p.m. ; lie also conducts laymen'srevival friendship, cards, letters and STARKE

Rochester, New York bids. If the general contractors Visitation, 7 o'clock. meetings for chur food during the time of their Made To Order]
desire more than one set of such Friday Helen Masters ches. bereavement. 204 N. Water St., Rev. O. L. Funeral services were heldat

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an plans and specifications, these Group in Charge of Week of This breakfast is sponsoredby Wells pastor. Everyone 10 a.m. !Monday in Jones
action for divorce has been filed may be obtained by paying the Prayer Program at the the Baptist Men and The family of welcome. Sunday School, 10 Memorial Chapel with J. C I Bradford CountyTelegraph ;

against you and you are requiredto cost of duplication at the rate of Church 10 o'clock. BEN P Baptist Women's organizationof Mrs. Katie T. Ferguson a.m. Evangelistic( Service 7:30: Brown, Jr., minister, con-
serve a copy of your written $1.00 per sheet for drawings and BRYANT, Pastor the First Baptist Church, p.m. Sunday. Wednesday ducting. Interment was in

defenses, if any, to it on Paul D. $5.00 per set for specifications Starke. Bible Study, 7:30.: Crosby Lake Cemetery. JJ J J

Newell, Plaintiff's attorney plus handling charges, which
whose address is P. O. Box 654, will not be refundable. +rti 1

Keystone Heights, Florida, n
32656, on or before December Bidders qualifications must be less.The above described real

with 19, 1973 the, and court file either the original before satisfactory County Commissioners to The Board of of highest property bidder will be on sold Thursday to the EveryDaylowPrice: EveryDayLowPrice: < ]i FOOD i

Bradford Florida. The
service on plaintiff's attorney or County December 27, 1973 at 12:00:
immediately thereafter; Board of County Commissioners o'clock noon at the northwest CENTER CUT
otherwise, a default will be of Bradford County, Florida, corner of Bradford County Pantry REGULAR GRIND
entered for the relief reserves the right to waive informalities FAIR
against you Courthouse.
demanded in the Complaint or in any bid and to Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK SIRLOINSTEAKS

Petition. accept any bid which they Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff I
WITNESS hand and seal consider to be in their best interest
my Bradford County, Florida SUPERMARKETS y ySTARKE'S
of this Court on the 8th day of and to reject any and all 4t 11/29-12/20/ COFFEE
October 1973. bids.


.1 ''' JW.
COURT $149 ... .
OY N/11r
By Donna M. Branson -1 .(lit plUSH/ accept'/
Deputy Clerk By: Gilbert S Brown Clerk2t BAG O.S. M; I U.S.D.A.FDODSUMP I
11 15 4t 126NOTICEOF

ROSIER, his wife, jointly and I

Pursuant to Section 865.09 NO. Notice is hereby given pur-
Florida Statutes, Notice suant to final judgment of !ROAST :
IN REThe: Marriage of ALENEC. foreclosure dated November 20, uwrnWl CHOPS CHOPS
hereby given that the un- STARLING, Petitioner and 1973 entered in Civil Action ;

dersigned, Russell S. Crews, P. LOUIE LEE STARLING, SR., Case No. 73-150, of the Circuit

32694 O Box doing 303 business, Waldo under, Florida the Respondent Court of the Eighth Judicial S5? MV <|A <; i 2 TO

Circuit of Florida, in and for $139
firm name of "Crews LonghornRestaurant" NOTICE OF SUIT 1 3 LBPKG.
Bradford County, wherein IfID
U. S. 301 South ItJ I j2F 7LB
Starke Bradford County, To: Harvey E, Sykes Sr is Plaintiff [ LB i .
and Marvin E Rosier and Louise
Florida 32091 Intends to register
C. Rosier, his wife, et al are
said provisions fictitious of aforesaid name under statue.the Address Unknown Defendants that I will sell to the EvcryD yLowPrfce / Every DayLowPrkc I Every DayLowPrkc EveryDayLowPrice

highest bidder for cash, at the .
Dated at Starke Florida this LEAN MEATY
front door of the Bradford
1st day of November, A. D. an action for dissolution of CHUCK MEATLOAF FRESH PORK
County Courthouse in Starke, PORK33?
1973 marriage has been filed againstyou Florida, Bradford County, STEAKS BUTTS
and you are required to Florida, at 11:00 o'clock a.m. on SHOULDER 1
Russell S. Crews, Owner serve a copy of written
your the 12th day of December, 1973,
11 8 4tp 11/29 defenses, if any, to it on the following described real

RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor property as set forth in said final 1I rlrA 1 l loan
Petitioner whose address is
judgement, to-wit:
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box

REGISTER 995, Starke, Florida, 32091 and PILLSBURY I PILLSBURY
PARCEL 1: Lots seven and
file the original with the Clerk of ] irERYOAf'
FICTITIOUS NAME eight Block 17, Town of PUNCH O! 1 ;( 1
the above-styled Court on or ( PRIM/ !)
Lawtey, Florida, according to ; CAKE UQW ;
Pursuant to Section 865.09 before December 10. 1973, map thereof recorded in Deed
otherwise a judgment be LAUNDRY POTATOES
Florida Statutes notice may ,
is Book C, Page 3 (unofficial plat
hereby given that the un- entered against you for the relief thereof in Plat Book 2, Page 61)) MIXES
dersigned J. R. Crosby. Rt. 1, demanded in the Petition.
public Records of Bradford DETERGENT ; I 6oz AU-GRATIN/Soz SCALLOP
WITNESS hand and the
Lawtey Bradford County, my County, Florida.
Florida 32058 doing business seal of said Court on the 2nd dayof I ASSORTED

ville under South"the firm Rt.name 1.of Lawtey"Nash- November 1973GILBERTS.. the PARCEL Northwest 2: Commencing corner of Lake at 84oz 99 < i 18.5oz 3/$1 IPw IPfRYOAP PRICE! 3$1NESTLE'SHOT

Bradford County, Florida, intends Avenue and State Street In the 1
to register said fictitious BOXES
Town of Lawtey, Florida and BOX 1 I
name under the provisions of run west along North side of 1 I
aforesaid statue. By: Beulah M Moody
Lake Avenue and at right anglesto
Dated at Starke Florida this Deputy Clerk : I Ie
State Street 70 feet to the CverylMyiowPriccStoitTftMiuow : BonusBuy _
11/B4t 11/29
2nd day of November A. D.
point of beginning. From said
1973. point of beginning run North and AIL PURPOSE

parallel with State Street 60 feet, Golden Rip* q IATIN* 0 COOKIM*
J R. Crosby. Sole Owner
NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S thence run West and at right
11 8 4tp 11/29 APPLES
SALE angles to State Street :30 feet,

thence run South and parallel 1 1
Notice is hereby given that I I. with State Street 60 feet, thencerun 0

DIVISION A Ddph E. Reddish, Sheriff of East and at right angles to _
Bradford County, Florida under State Street :30 feet to the pointof
CALLFORBIDSNOTICE and by virtue of Wnt of beginning STOKLEY
TO CONTRACTORS Execution to wit: Dated this 26th day of ; i SOUTHERN BELLE
FLORIDABID Execution issued out of the November, 1973.
Circuit Court of Bradford PINEAPPLE !
CLOSING DATE: 9.30 County, Florida, pursuant to a Gilbert S. Brown, DEVILED
o'clock am, E.D.T Monday, final
judgement for Ralston Clerk of said Circuit Court
December 10 1973 Sealed bids Purina Company against Ber- Minn 150z

will County be received Commissioners by The Board of of defendants nard and Wilma in the Emanuel amount, et al of, By: Beulah Deputy M. Moody Clerk low PVCli/ MIX JUICE uwrncrrl warrrr.!! i FROZEN CRABS

Bradford County. Florida at the $44,10062 together with costs It 11/29 I

County Bradford Commission County Courthouse Room in, of I,collection.Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff of 10.1oz 39C; 46oz 3/$1 I 5 I RJa99C:/:
Starke Florida
; at the above Bradford County have seized NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

specified date and time At this and have in my possession the REGISTER ENVELOPES CAN I PACK
time and place all bids received following described real propertyto FICTITIOUS NAME
will be publicly opened and read wit: _

aloud for the furnishing of all North half of Northeast Pursuant to Section 866.09 EveryPfyLowPrkeROSED EvcnrDayLowPrke: EvcryDayLowPrkcVAHLSING EvcryPaYLowPrfcc EvcnfOavLowPriccGOUDCM

materials and labor and construction Quarter, less and excepting Five Florida Statutes, notice is TO*
of the following acres in the Northeast corner hereby given that the undersigned ALE SUAVESHAMPOO
building project in Bradford thereof particularly described as E. W. Hodges Jr., CORN PUMPKIN
County, Florida: the North 340 feet of the East New Hampton Beach, Hamp-
RENOVATIONS FOR 660 feet of the Northeast ton, Florida 32044 doing GOLDEN LEMOrJ. THE j -ono

BRADFORD COUNTY HEALTH Quarter of Northeast Quarter of business under the firm name of W-EGG a PROTEIN .


FLORIDA SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST West Madison Street, Starke :2r1 1ozPjnlry I ihcyO.yLowPricc
containing 75 acres, more or less Bradford County, Florida 32091. i
Any bid received after the in Bradford County, Florida. Intends to register said fictitious
_ _ _
specified date and time will not Less and except existing roads name under the provisions of t
be considered.No and rights-elf-way. aforesaid statute. tv ryO.ytowPrke CvcryDaylowPrkc CvryDayLowPrk IvcryDayLowPricc heryO.yLowPrice EvcryDayLowPiKcSHO"f (

All that portion of the South- E. W. Hodges Jr., sole ""d. p.TIPS SCHICK KOTIQU Pa....' v.1d. .nul S:
bid bond will be required for west Quarter of Northeast owner. POTATO HUNT'SKETCHUP COTTON Hot Lather .,,QUID, MOUTHWASH PANTYCHIPS 7

this project, as a bid guarantee. Quarter of Section 2, Township Dated this 26th day of SWABS MACHINE DOUCHE ... .. HOSE !f
However the successful bidder, 6 South Range 21 East, lying November,A. D. 1973 at Starke, [

if awarded the contract will Northwesterly of graded road. Florida. '0<.: 49 48 ',;,f_ 79C $1188 Siff 19c .320.,. 59c 39<
within ten consecutive calendar Containing 2 1/2 acres more or 11/294t 12/20

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FOR SALE Wrens Abruzza Rye
$6.50 bu., 80 per cent ger-
mination. No noxious weed HOUSES FOR SALE wood panel,shag carpet, AM- REDUCED RATES Furniture Bill's C. B. Radio
Deadline for FM radio, tape deck, case
seed. Parsons and Sons, Inc., AUTO FIRE. BOAT '. 48946
I Tuesday Noon preceding Rt. 1, Box 196, Wellborn Fla. speakers, far out paint job. At Discount 321 Temple Ave. 96
$2500 best offer. Call 964-
Thursday before publication. Ph. 9632221. Itp or DOYLE E. CONNER
Minimum Charge$2.00 6252. 1tp INSURANCE AGENCYTF COMPLETE Starke, Fla.
2 Bedroom Frame, HOUSEHOLD
(Covers Words) ------------ CHG
Room Dining Room, Kitchen ------------ FURNISHINGS
Each 10 word cents over 15 Bath 301 North. UP TO 40% SAVINGS Bill's/// Prices Beat Any In The State :

FOR SALE Firewood. Pine, FOR SALE 1965 Rambler

All Classified Ads must be cypress and oak. Truckload 3 Bedroom, CB Construction 1 "Classic 660" Sedan power ... For SaleBRAND' ... ... Baxley Chair Co. Of Fla.
deliveries. Call 4681551. 1/2 baths Living Room, Dining and "
paid for( In advance unless you steering brakes A/C NE'W 3 PC'
have an established account Itchg.. Room Kitchen, Extra Long new tires, new tag good 648 CASSETT I BLOCK
with the Telegraph in that Family Room Central Heat and condition. $350.! Rev. Merle BEDROOMSUITE FROM MO TF EXPERT INSTALLATION

event 50 cents extra: charge: ------------ Air. Natural Gas, Large Lot, Packham, Ph. 473-4362. Itp 799S JACKSONVILLE 3B9-1741

for billing. Not responsible for Esceptionally Nice. ...,.......
errors when given over the FOR SALE 1971 trailer for ------------ TRAILER"NEWTILT AUTO ELECTRIC EXPERT ADVICE
3 Bedroom, CB Construction, 1 BOAT
phone or copy( is not permanent home or travel. 28
typed and brought to the of- feet long, A/C, central heat,1 1/2 baths Living Room with FOR SALE 1970 Ford Country TYPE Johnson 123'R5Reg.
fice. piece bath and shower Fireplace, Kitchen, Family Sedan station wagon. Good '13000 PEAVY Brothers

marine toilet, oven under Room Covered Patio. condition. Only $1095. 468- ............................ Price Bill's Price

cooking stove, large 3 Bedroom,Antique Brick, 1 1/2 1551. Itchg. TABLE WEAR Electric CO.ALTERNATORS 5149.95Bill
refrigerator large cupboard
00" (B" JliJCID0 baths Room
Uving Dining
space. $1600. Ph. 9648746. ------------ SERVICE FOR EIGHT -

Itp Room Kitchen Double Garage, FOR SALE 1973 Roadrunner 1995 STARTERS Now Sells Hunting & Fishing, Licenses
TREE SERVICEALL Carpet Galore Chain Link good condition, assume ............................ GENERATORS -
Fence, 1.B of Adjacent All
acre land. 15 & Management Permits.
TREEWORK8ULLDOZIER ------------ payments. 9646454. Itp PC. HEAVY CAST
to Golf Course. A Beauty. REGULATORS
.... SET Home of the Magnetic Signs
CLEARING.cOMPLETELYINSURED FOR SALE- Simmons love seat 10 Acres Land with Pecan Trees -------- --- AUTOTRUCK -

AND LICENSED Hide-A-Bed makes Into single Every 40 All Directions. ONLY '299S

bed. 5332413. Itp FOR SALE-1965 Chevy half.ton ............................ Diesel 24 Hour Service
70 Acres with Pecan Trees, Off pickup, new tag, good tires Car Tires 4044 LENOX AV.JAX
, 24YEARS EXPERIENCE ------------ 301. (mudgnps). Excellent hunting 3B7-2528 TF

JAX. 768-8522 truck. J. L. Gladwell, Fan Belts

OR STARKE 964-8522 FOR SALE-Gas stove like new 25 Acres, High Land on Paved Hampton 9648613.rslTUATIONS CLEANINGEST carpet cleaner -

IOTP 1/31 $120. See at Hansbury Feed Road. Water Hoses. ever used, so too. OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
Store, 646 St. Clair St., off ............................ Get you Blue Lustre. Rent elec- I 100 W. PH. 964-5606 '
Road. 16. Starke. Itp WANTED tric shampooer $1. Devrlck, L lTS?
O.C. Carnes Call us, we have more. Bush's GulfN. Inc. 301 E. Call St., 964- THIS IS YOUR DREAM HOME j SJJtZIJ 1 ; fljfc

------------ .... 6163. ,
FOR SALE Three nanny goats, 964-7361
PLANTS FRUIT expecting kids. $35 each. Call
4681129. 1tp Job sitting for elderly. Will live PumpsNew 12X60 2 BR. FULLY FURNISHED $4499 TF
TREES. 986 N.Temple Ave.,StarkePh. in. Small salary. 4681666.
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REG.REALESTATEBROKERPAUL mobile home, dishwasher FOR RENT Furnished apartment STEAM CLEANING Engines of
a IRENE included. Good condition, $75. per month not all types, automotive, farm ALL MAKES
small equity, assume including utilities. Ph. 964- machinery. Boyd Service, Ph FOR MOST MAKESOF PHONE 964-7061
payments $91.90. 9646454. 8243 after 3 p.mn Itp 9648359. tfchg CARS

2305 N. TEMPLE AVE. Itp DurranceTF
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. brick veneer, 2 baths, living 7492. Itp PHONE 468-1998
kitchen and dining
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Financing Bufqrd. Mitchell available., 9646853.Call 32601. Itchg.CRACKING Adult Mobile Long ChampHome

tfchg FOR RENT 3 BR unfurnished
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.. house Phone 964-6841. For A ?
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LOTS Zoned for mobile homes CITY LIMITS $3O A MONTH Building MaterialsWE

and houses. Several sub- ------------ PECANS daily at WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD BUILD
State Farmers Sunoco Offers
Market C. R.
S. divisions to choose from.
Bradford. 12/27. GROCERY AND NEW
> 5tp
$95 down. Monthly "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
paymentsto FOR RENT 12' x 60' mobile SHOPPING 1. PAID TRAINING 2. FINANCING
suit budget. Ph. 468-
your home 2 miles from limits. CENTERTF YOUR LOT OR OURS"
city ------------
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Phone 964-5261. Itp

WANTED Used furniture, ,
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TV Color picture .ubes only 579 mer's Discount House. tfchg PHONE 964-8810 ADDITIONS
BOX 605 FOR RENT 2 bedroom traileron MIKE CAPEZZERA ((904)) 353-0941
plus labor Dahmers Discount.
ftlflroit Griffis Loop (no pets). Call HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
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475.2233 DAY OR NIGHT
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guaranteed Call 964-7509! or
L.J. BONNELL MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also leave at Jackson Building 964.6853HWY.
83013T1122r mobile home hurricane an- FOR RENT 12' wide mobile Supply, Starke FIAT
or Keystone
choring and mobile home roof homes outside city limits. J. Heights. Tfchg.

Service. 964-5606 Rt. 100 W. answer\ call 964-6152. tfchg
------------ NEW AND USED
Starke Fla.
------------ Sewing
FOR SALE J BUYING pecans daily at State
FOR SALE Registered AngusBull Farmers Market. J. R. Harfred Auto Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl

Calves J. B. White. FOR RENT 3 BR house and Wainwright. tfchg. Inc. MachineSALES "THE NO WAX FLOOR" $4 CO
Phone 9646114. tfchg ,
apartments in Starke, also COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT $6 M
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house in country. W. H. 509 E. UNIVERSIT'YGAINESVILLE'TF372437" SQ YD
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Fully carpeted family room, Nollman. tfchg WANTED horse saddles, what PFAFF ELNA Beautifully SculpturedHI

completely furnished with air. ORDERS being taken now for ----------.-- have you got? Dahmers LOW NYLON
Delivered and set up for NEW HOME
fruit cakes..Exclusive
3760785.$1498800 1tchg.Just telephone recipe, all first quality FOR RENT House furnished, 2 I A.A. Meeting WHITE FHA SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY $6.97

ingredients; Call 964-8718 bedrooms, quiet neighborhood ------- ---
after 5:30: and weekends for no pets. 7823279. FRIDAY NIGHT $49.50
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information. 3tp 11/30 1tp 8:30: P.M. Shag
------------ ------------ 390 N. CHERRY ST. TF
heating and air conditioning, OTHER MAKE MA.CHINESNational.
Fla. 32601. 1 Only 24 JC 52, 3 BR,2 Bath. apartment, YOUR MONEY TF
Gainesville Itchg
conditioned. Inquire at 119 N. YOUR BUSINESS
Living Room, Room
Dining ,
Starke. STARKE PH 964-5791
Walnut St. tfchg
Family Room, completely 611 W. UNlV. AVE.GAINESVILLE .
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furnished. A/C 5 WANT TO STOP. Tractor Co.
physical damage insurance.year COMPLETE OUTBOARD ft THAT'S OUR8USINESS FLA. Hipp -

REPOSSESSION 12 x 50, 2 Mortgage Insurance. STERN DRIVE SERVICE TF 378-1355 TF
BR Small Transfer Fee. Payments less than $200.00. t HElP WANTEDHELP J AND REPAIR

Assume Monthly! Payments. Up to 10 year financing. ABC COMPLETE FIBERGLASS Farm MachinesNEW
ABC Mobile Homes, 4645 NW Mobile Homes 4545 NW 13th REPAIR I Martin

13th St., Gainesville, Fla. Street, Gainesville, Fla.32601. BUILT FIBER MILLERBrownVolkswagen a USED
32601. Itchg. Itchg. WANTED Treating GLASS'FISHING'' BOATS Campers
operating position. Good 4 Ml NORTH ON U S. 441) TELEPHONE 372-3464
------- -- --- ------------ starting salary. Liberal .
company benefits. Will train. O) PHONE 752-3723

FOR SALE 80 bales ArgentinaBahia WATSON'S Southern Wood Piedmont $ SAVE $ FOR BEST SELECTION OF Gainesville, Fla.
hay $1 per bale. 964- Company, 900 N. Center TRAVEL TRAILERS
6956. 1t Many brands of new vacuums FRED DAVIS MINI-HOMES
$39.00 Used
up. machines
------------ from $10. Expert Repairs all GMC TRUCKS NEW a USED
makes. Parts and Accessories

FOR SALE Well drilling rig, for all vacuums. Built In L LITTLE RIDE CAN LINE OF PARTS AND WANTEDNo
complete with tools; a nice central vacuum cleaning HELP WANTED Cook for SAVE YOU A LOT"TFREEN 1MI NORTH OF THE MALL SERVICE TFAnion'
rig. $3,500 Phone 259-2942 systems. 712 N. Main, Orchard Restaurant in Waldo. I COVE SPRINGS GAINESVILLE TF

Macclenny after 5 p.m. orweekends. Gainesville 376-7110. TF Hours 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.. Call Experience Necessary
Itchg Mrs. Copeland Phone 468-
1211. Itp Your Equip. Benefits
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. FOR SALE 197212x50 2 BR New 3 BR brick house, central AUTOMOBILESUSED Broker WIDES Apply At
: Mobile home with storage heat/air, wall to wall carpets I R. Q. SIMMONS EQUIP. EXPANDO ROOMS a ADD

I shed. $200 and take over FHA or conventional financing. CO. ON ROOMS National ProteinROAD

t payments. Ph. 934-8109. 1tp Raiford 3 BR frame house in Buy Sell- Trade- FREE DELIVERY AND SET
condition! $14,000.
good Appraisals
: ------------ FOR SALE-1965 Plymouth FuryIII TF
t Lakefront Lots In Keystone Best offer CALL BILL POWELL 17 NORTH'
condition. above
,! FOR SALE Red Cedar area and Starke area. GREEN COVE MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 8:00: A.M. TO 5:00: P.M.
964-5614. $375. Ph. 964-6660 after 5p.m.
Christmas trees OFFICE 964-6464 PHONE 964-6819 TEL. 284-5OO1

Mrs W. A. Stern. 1tp A.J.Thomas-Realtor 964-6162 or weekends Itchg. RESIDENCE- 964.6810 TFCHG 264.7311 TF AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER TFI'

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CHURCH ACTIVITIES LAWTEYBY Chief brother-in-law and Mrs.and VernardHughes sister, CommunityBy News

and family of Green
Church of God Sunday
ELIZABETH TERRYMr. Cove Springs on Thanksgiving
School 10 a.m. Worship
Services 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. and Mrs. Carl Hyman day.
Mr. Mrs. John R. Cowan Elizabeth ttivena Wavier
Prayer meeting Wednesday, and sons, of Lantana, Mrs. Last Friday) night Mr. and
and Becky Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Mrs. S. L, Swindell and Sunday afternoon Mr. and
and of family
7:30: Emma Lou Wilder son,
p.m.Faith Baptist Church Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. North and family, Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. North Mrs. Julius Beach, Mr. and SCHOOL NEWS Rev. Williams will hold an Eugene DeSue of Jackson-
Radio Program over WPXE Spencer Crews, of Jackson Mrs. C K. Cowan, Bryan and and family, of Jacksonville, Mrs. John R. Cowan, Mr. and organizational meeting on ville; Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Starke, 8 a.m. Sundays, Bible ville, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Melissa of Jacksonville, Mr. were dinner guests of their Mrs. C. A. North and family, Basic Adult classes are in December 9 at 3 p.m. All DeSue of Portsmouth, Va.;
and Mrs. Don Roberts and
School, 10 a.m. Worship Springer and daughter, of grandparents,Mr.and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Cowan progress in the various cen- members are asked to pleasebe The Rev. and Mrs. Thomas
family, of Lake City, Mr. and F. Robertson and mother Bryan and Melissa of, ters for the advantage! of Mrs.
Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: Auburndale, Mr. and Mrs. present.Mt. DeSue of St. Augustine;
Mrs. S. L. Swindell and
sons, Mrs. Edith Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. persons interested in improving husbandof
p.m. School on Bible Doctrine Waldo Pringle,of Worthington and Mrs. Edith Swinney Pisgah AME Church, Grace Edwards and
Tuesday, 8 p.m. at pastor's Springs, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Swinney, Don Roberts and family, of themselves for a Rev. B. F. Franklin pastor. Cocoa Beach; Mrs. Evelena
at the home of better
gathered Mr. Mrs. Lbca Raulerson Lake City, Mrs. Edith job or for self im of
home. Prayer meeting F. Atwood and family, was a Sunday School, 10 a.m Scott and husband
Wednesday, 7:30: pm.Bible gathered at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. J. F. Robertson for Wednesday overnight guest of Swinney and Mr. and Mrs. J. provement. Classes are offered Lovefeast service at 11. Holy Chiefland; Mrs. Mamie Tyson
Study. Pierce Crews, for a family dinner on Thanksgiving.Miss her son-in-law and daughter, F. Robertson, gathered at the at Lawtey, Starke, RJE, Communion will be given in and husband; Mrs. Alene
Grace United Methodist get-together and dinner on Mr. and Mrs. John Browardand home of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. and Vo-Tech. For informationcall the 4 p.m. service. Watkins and husband, and
Church Sunday School, 9:45: Thanksgiving day. Rustf Barfield, of family, of Jacksonville.Mrs. Swindell and sons to help 9646150. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E.
Powder Ga.
Springs ,
a.m. Worship Services, 11 Leslie North celebrate her 5th SOCIAL CLUB NEWS DeSue, Sr. of Starke.
the weekend with her parents, Ronnie McClellan and birthday.Mrs. VISITING this
a.m. and 7 p.m. MYF Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Tommy The attendance at t
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
7 p.m followed by Talley, of South Daytona, Daren, of Vidalia, Ga., were The Carnation Social and cherished occasion reached
Choir Practice at 7:30.: spent the weekend with their field. Wednesday overnight guestsof Gaynell Mooty and Rev.and Mrs. W. It. Walker Saving Club will meet Monday approximately 160, including
Highland Baptist Church parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. her in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. grandchildren, of Clarkston, had James Irving of Ormond night, Dec. 3, at the home of grandchildren, great grand-
Mrs. Lorene Maxwell, of Les McClellan, and Paul Ga., spent the weekend with Beach for Thanksgiving anda
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Mrs. James Prince. All children, nieces, nephews
Worship Services 11 a.m.- Tye.Mr. Jacksonville, Mrs. Marian returned home with them on her brother and sister-in-law, guest. members are asked to pleasebe host of other distant
Hall, also of Jacksonville, and Other Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harbin,
and Mrs. Phil Shuford Thursday. guests were present at 7 p.m. sharp. relatives.
her son Jeff Marrs, of CHURCH NEWS
Mrs. Margie Reddish, of the and daughter.
and family, of Belle Glade,
Highland Baptist Church Tallahassee were
State Farm, and Robert
spent the weekend with their
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Thanksgiving guests of her Mt. Moriah United
McClellan and son of Starke, Friends of Mrs. Floy
Worship Services 11 a.m. and mother other, Mrs.relatives.John Shuford, sister, Mrs. Hester Hicks. on Thursday afternoon Bennett regret to learn that Methodist Church, Rev. Willie On November 23, at 1:30: 1he Old 1frm&L
Choir Practice, 6:30: p.m. she is a patient in St. Vincent's Stitt pastor. Sunday Services reunion
Evening Service, 7:30. Prayer Mrs. Darlene Norman will begin with Sunday Schoolat p.m. a family was
Mrs. J. P. Wyrick, of Donna and Art Green, of Hospital, Jacksonville. Our held by the surviving childrenof
meeting Wednesday, 7:30.: sponsored a birthday party 10( a.m. Morning service at
Ga. and with her.
Tallahassee, from Albany, Kenny prayers are the late Mrs. Annie DeSueat
Northside Baptist Church last Saturday honoring her 11, Holy Communion, which
Terrell of Gainesville
Tuesday to Friday with her ,spent a the residence of Mr. and
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wore twin sons, Kenneth and Kevin, terminates services for the
few days with their grand- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee
sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry. Mrs. Clarence E. DeSue, Sr.,
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: on their 4th birthday After
mothers, Mrs. Joe Dorko, and and John celebrated Florida
Their sister, Mrs. C. E. day.Wednesday 819 Street.
p.m. Prayer meeting Monday, playing games, the boys Dec. 5, the
Strickland, of Gainesville Mrs. Mae Wells. Mrs. Green Thanksgiving with a dinner at The remaining children
7:30: opened their gifts. Mrs. president of the WSCS is
p.m. came Wednesday and and Mr. and Mrs. Terrell the home of their parents, Mr. bestowing honor this
The church sponsored a was Norman and Mrs. Taylor asking all women to meet at 5p.m. upon
their until came on Sunday and carried and Mrs. G. L. Peterson, of memorable
guest Friday. On event accompanied
Hamburger Fry at t the Churchon served cake, ice cream and for an Important
their children home. .
Friday' Mr. and Mrs. John Keystone Heights.The by their husbandsand "The trouble with opportunity
Friday night, mostly for Pepsi to the 20 guests present. meeting.
had Carter, of Miami, and Mrs. wives were: Mr. and Mrs. In that it always look
the Grove United
young people. They Mr. and Mrs. home of Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant
potato races, sack races, and Tallahassee Charles Carter, of Mr and Mrs. Jeff Morganand Taylor and girls were Coleman Phillips was the Methodist Church, Rev. Willie Willie DeSue, Mr. and Mrs. better going( than coming."

tug of war games. Between 70 dinner were their son,, of Albany, Ga., spent Thanksgiving dinner guests of setting for a bridal shower on Stitt pastor. Bible Class each
and 75 were present, and it returned guests home Mrs.with Wyrick her Thanksgiving holidays with their mother, Mrs. Clifford Saturday night honoring their Tuesday at 7. p.m. Prayer
was enjoyed by all. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meeting each Wednesday at
in Taylor, Middleburg. daughter, Mrs. Wanda Anderson THE
daughter early the af
ternoon. Morris Kelley and family.Mr. After playing some 7:30.: Sunday School will begin GOOD TWINSIN

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lee, games, the honoree openedher services at 10 a.m. Love
PERSONALSMr. and Mrs.\ Edward of The hostesses service at 11. Communion CONCERT
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Tampa, were Thanksgivingdinner gifts. Mrs.
Massey and family, of guests of their parents, Elizabeth Rodrigues and Miss service, 3 p.m. Visitors
and Mrs. Greg Dyal left Milo Bridal Smith shower was the setting for Miss fora Raiford, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Ed May. Debbie Barber, then served always welcome. FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASONHAVE
Nov. 16 for their new home at Massey and sons, of Naples, cake and punch to the 13 Ebenezer Baptist Church,
Warner Robins Air Force Linda Edwards of Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Masseyand Mrs. Rebecca Lamonte, of Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. APPEARED FEEL THEIR JOY
Base, Georgia. financee of Joey Bennett, on family, and Mr. and Mrs. St. Augustine, spent the guests present. Sunday School, 945.: Morning ON TELEVISION
Nov. 16. After playing some Spurgeon Massey and family holidays with her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne Worship at 11. At 3 p.m. the WITH AND
the honoree
games, opened and Mrs. Joe Shuford, and
sponsored a Thanksgivingdinner and family were Friday pastor and congregation will JOHNNY'CASH. EXCITEMENTREACHING
ifts. The hostesses
serve cake and the at the home of their attended the supper at the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. go to Lawtey; Rev. W. D. STEWART .
punch to
30 guests present. father, A. E. Massey. Methodist Church on Saturday Joe Castell, of Brooksville. Dennis, pastor, to render HAMLIN
night. service. Evening service will MISS AMERICA
Miss Arthurine Blanchardwas Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Mr. and Mrs. O. Nicula and be held at 630.: Visitors OF 1971. a OUT
dinner attended the Boyer family Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- family were Thanksgiving always welcome. MISS VAN DYKE TOEVERYBODY
the Keefee a Friday Harrell family guest of in reunion at Ocala on Thursday. neth Prater and family, Mr. dinner guests of their brother- Greater Bethlehem AND OTHER

Jacksonville. and Mrs. Kenneth Martin and in-law and sister, Mr. and Freewill Baptist Church. Rev. NATIONALFAMOUS
Mr.and Mrs. Floyd Norman family, of Jacksonville, Mr. Mrs. Floyd Jenkins, of Jasper Williams pastor. Last
and son, of Jacksonville, were and Mrs. Don Martin and Jacksonville.Mr. Sunday morning Rev. Charles TV. STARS.DWIGHT
of the
is extended to the community of Saturday overnight guests of family, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holiway spoke to the young AND DWAYNE GOOD
Ask Mrs. Hattie Darley and family other their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin and family, Mr. and and Mrs. David people from St. John 7:46: OF REVIVAL FIRES TELEVISION
relatives orJiss! Sinah Leonard Norman, and the Mrs. Ralph Martin and Wilkerson and son, of West using the subject "NobodyCan
Charley Prescott who passed away on Carl Normans family, gathered at the homeof Palm Beach, spent the Speak Like Jesus." First Christian ChurchCOR.
Tuesday. their mother, Mrs. Walter weekend with their parents, Sunday night activity con-
E. Reggie Norman, of Martin, on Thanksgiving and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson. sisted of Song Service. W. CALL AND CHRISTIAN STS.

I Friends of !Mrs. Ola Mae Ichtucknee Springs, called on enjoyed a pot luck dinner Other guests for Sunday were Weekly services will begin
Johns Gaskins regret to learn that his mother, Mrs. Evelyn which was enjoyed by all. their son-in-law and daughter, with the Tiny Tots and Ushers Sunday. Dec. 2 7:3D P.M.

she is a patient in St. Vincent'shospital Norman and grandparents, Mr.and Mrs. Jim Burton, of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones Board No. 3 meeting. Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt, on night, Senior Choir sponsoreda
Jacksonville. Our Jacksonville, and Mrs. P. L. and daughter, of Jackson
About This Question prayers; are with her. Wednesday.Mr. Dinkins, of Lawtey, enjoyed a ville; his sister! Mrs. Pat Night of Music at 7:30.
family get-together:!; at the Jones and son, of Hollywood, Prayer Meeting each Wed-
"Our firm requires that all Mrs. Elsie Norman was a and! Mrs. Cecil Wade, of home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond nesday night. Thursday night
those employees handling the Tuesday overnight guest of Tampa, and Miss\ Rachel Cotton on East Lake near Wilkerson, of Raiford, and there will not be Story Hour.
firm's money be bonded. Dues her mother, !Mrs. Lissie Boyer, of Jacksonville, were Hawthorne on Thursday. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkerson."Frankly Friday night at 8 p.m. the

your agency also supply Starling, of Jacksonville. Friday overnight guests of Lois Dollnig, another sister, Triple Choir Anniversary will Your Letterheads Custom Designed
bonding where required for their brother-in-law and also went for the day. rO+00C be held. The public is invitedto
sister, Mr.\ and Mrs. Fred
public officials attend. Saturday at 6 p.m.
Joseph Starling Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Norman and sons, Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt Sunday School teachers By Bradford County Telegraph
Charley: E. and Mrs. Darlene Norman Mr. and Mrs. Dock Mosley and son Jerry, of Tallahassee, monthly conference will be
and sons, were Thanksgiving ;spent Thanksgiving with their.onin.law spent the weekend with their held. Each teacher is asked to

JOHNS AGENCY dinner guests of their brother :. and daughter, Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie please be present. Stationery makes an impression.Be .
and Mrs.
Jerry Vogler and'amily Sunday is pastoral day.
and sister-in-law, Mr. and
131 SO WALNUT ST Mrs, Albert Bennett, of f of New Smyrna Beach. 1 Sunday Activity will begin sure that yours reflects the
rheir granddaughter, April, Mrs. with Sunday School at 9:30.:
PHONE 964-5O7O Seville. Coleman Phillips, image want to project. It's
ame: home with them for the Elizabeth Rodrigues, and Morning service at 11 you

Mr and Mrs. Julius Beach, weekend. The V'oglers came Mrs. O. J. Phillips visited her Evening service, I 6 p.m. something we can help you withl!
on Sunday and took April daughter, Mrs. Ola Mae Greater Allen Chapel AME
home. _: Church, Rev. B. C. Williams,
- w- w *r v v B 1 Gaskins, in St. Vincent'sHospital

n Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt, Jacksonville, on Doe-the only pastor. Activity for Sundaywill Job Printing

Ir., and son, of Gainesville, Saturday.Mrs. thing( Iliul I,* really bugging start with Church Schoolat j
10. Lovefeast service at 11. >
Super were guests of their parents, I I" that thin I Itt -,
routing m Holy Communion will be givenin
vlr.\ and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on Jack Kuhneand family
$15: an hour!" the 5:30 service. 'n 'a 'a' s '< '' trJ.itJ
Saturday; were dinner guests of her : 'v,, w m .,'">_""-" ,, '' )

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