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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Pair Charged In KH Triple Murder





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an investigation stretching over two years Sheriff Dolph Reddish announced

Monday, Dec. 3, at 3 p.m. that he signed affidavits for first degree murder warrants'on

Friday, Nov. 30 in Bradford's most famous and most baffling murder mystery, the

triple murder of two Keystone Heights beauticians and the 16-year-old daughter'of

one of the women.

Two members of an itinerant family suspected in a string of 22 murders across the

country are charged with the infamous crime. They are Sherman Raymond McCrary,

48, and Carl Robert Taylor, 35, also known as Joe Rouse. McCrary is currently imprisoned -

in California and Taylor is under a murder indictment in Colorado.The .

affidavits for the first degree murder charges were signed exactly two years

after the commission of the murders of Bobbie L.Turner, 38, and Patricia (IPat) Marr,

22, beauty operators at Nell's Style Shop, a combination boutique and beauty salon on

SR-21 between Keystone Heights and Melrose.

Missing at the time of the murders was Mrs. Turner's daughter, Valerie, 16, who

I -r was the object of a nationwide search until the skeletal remains of her body were
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T' Starke.found on Sunday, June 25, in a thickly wooded area just off SR 16. a few miles east of


'"From an investigative standpoint there is no doubt in my mind that these! are the

y .1 two men who committed the crime," Sheriff Reddish says.
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hunt is over as to who didit.
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Scott Mrs. Jordan
Reddish has felt for some time
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the right track but said

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4S47W V r'F Lawtey- VotingTwo -


1y'kM>a r hj incumbent councilmen worker at the Jacksonville
were re-elected and one NAS 67.
defeated in Tuesday's Lawtey
j I Bradford County recorded traffic fatality number seven wreckage was removed from the 4:15: crash scene and is City Election which brought 70 The defeated incumbent,
I when this vehicle driven by Carole McKinney Barnes shown here at Hurst's Service Station. percent of the town's 330 Marvin Rosier, polled 86 votesto
slammed Into the rear of a parked tractor-trailer. The registered voters to the polls. 138 for Spurgeon (Spud)
I Massey\ who has previously
Retaining their seats were served two terms on the
Robert Scott, Lawtey's first Council and is current
I Dies In CrashCarole
Local Woman 20 black councilman and current assistant fire chief in Lawtey.
chairman who polled HI
moned Inn Restaurant. without injuries, according to votes to 92 for his opponent Lucille Plummer (Mrs. Joe)
patrolmen.
McKinney Barnes, left curve striking the right Holiday Shuford received
20, of Starke was killed rear of the trailer. FHP reported that the The traffic fatality was the Starke Police Depart Hulon M. Herndon; and plimentary vote of 164 a in com her Valerie Turner
Barbara Jordan,
Sunday morning when the carsle Clarence Welch, driver of tractor-trailer was properly number seven in Bradford ment.A seven-year
with flashers and in and the secondin council veteran who defeatedtwo unopposed bid to replace !Mrs. Tuesday he until recently was
was driving struck a the tractor-trailer, had pulledoff parked County 1973 1970 Ford Torino, driven Ethel Reddish
male for as Lawtey city
make
tractor-trailer road earlierto running lights on. the two weeks. A 73- opponents not in a position to a
parked one the two hours past by Dorothy I.' Merrill\ of clerk. Mrs. Reddish
another two term. The announced about the investigation
mile north of Lawtey on US- sleep before continuing on The victim was apparentlykilled year-old man was killed last Vergennes, Vermont collided year her retirement from statement -
vote Jordan, 107 .
was:
to his Tampa destination. He instantly upon impact, week while walking on SR16. with a 1971 Chevrolet, driven ; the office after almost two
301.FHP Henderson Hudson, a black Recent evidence that
officials reported that said that the impact oft the car according to FliP in- Four automobile accidents by Janet Lee Norman, decades of service. new
Mrs.\ Barnes apparently fell awakened him and he flagged vestigators on the scene. She occurred in Starke during the Lawtey preacher, 73; and came to light has however,
asleep and failed to make a down a motorist who sum- was employed by the Starke week of Nov. 29-Dec. 2, (See Page 5) Robert E. Lee, civil service City !Marshall Millard\ :M.\ made Sheriff Reddish think he
has enough evidence in orderto
(Butch) Jordan
unopposedfor make an arrest lie feels the
the post in which he has
case is strong enough,


I Power Plant Walk Off Lasts Only HoursTen been votes served term.The for instigator 12 defeated 1-2 another years Rosier and, polled two prime year has 167 to because there stand any are of up three the criminal in court.In new logical evidence. offense steps,


crime has been com-
once a
mover of the effort to obtain
Starke electric being shut down. The regularcrew a mitted' H) identify the
department employees was on the job Wed- .' municipal water system for suspect; 2)) apprehend the
walked off the job as plannedlast nesday night. \ ., .jE1k IL I determined Lawtey, but this as far question as can was be suspect and 3)) Prosecution.At .

Wednesday, Nov. 23, but No pay raises were given f :: not an issue in the campaign. the present point the first
were back within the city's any of the men, according to ,... two steps have been attuned,
fold in a matter of hours. Commission Chairman Neil The newley elected officials but the final important step
Tucker. No concessions .. will be into office the remains that of proving the
Three men remained at the were .,..rrs.n..w. .r .} f sworn at
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city's power plant, choosingnot made at all, he said. The ... .rr c regular council meeting on guilt( of the two men in a court
to leave their jobs. The returning workers, however, Jan. 7. One of the five com- 4)f law.
plant was never in danger of all said they wanted to returnto .9 missioners will be elected First step now will be to get
work at their previous wage :: mayor-commissioner by the authorities to put a "hold" on
scale,and all promised to give T group. the two suspects. The second

proper two weeks notice rT step will be to present
should they decide to leave the e evidence to a grand jury for
l+ ht airx GI rirr.y city's employment in the indictments which may be
future, Tucker said. R. E. Brooker used to extradite the two men
At a special called meeting for trial here.

held Thursday, Nov. 29, the Sheriff Reddish said' that
Starke City Commissioners Wins Waldo Sherman McCrary\ is how
apparently resolved the labor- serving a sentence for robbery

management crisis that Mayors Post in California's Folsom State
developed Immediately Prison, and that Carl Taylor,
LBHS following the adoption of the Waldo's incumbent mayor, who is McCrary's son-in-law,
new fiscal budget on Tuesday, W. D. Nicholson, now com- Is being held on a murder
Nov 20.The pleting his seventh one-year indictment by authorities in
showdown came x r term, was defeated 163 to 111 Pueblo County, Colorado.
Wednesday afternoon, Nov. in Tuesday's city election by Sherman McCrary, his wife
Bend' 28, when employees of' the { R. E. Brooker, a former Marilyn 45,his son Danny, 19,
power plant and line crew of councilman.H. his daughter Ginger, 22. the
CHRISTMAS the city's utility department E. McCallister, who is wife of Carl Taylor all were
TREE SALE served notice on !Mayor-\ hsir employed by the Alachua apprehended in June, 1972 in
Commissioner Neil Tucker t'1mf County School Board, won the Santa Barbara, California on
STARTS DEC. B that they would walk off the Group 2 Council seat t by a vote charges of robbing a supermarket -
job the following morning at of 163 to 97 for his run- and wounding a
ATSCHOOLGROUNDSWASHINGTON 8:30:. a.m. ningmate, Willie Laidler, a policeman.Santa .
& 301 'At a meeting Wednesday, Power plant employees, who walked away from their Jobs by the commission. From left the commissioners are: Waldo black. The incumbent, Barbara Police
Nov. 21. the employees had sat In the Beat pictured here before the city commissioners to Charles Schaefer, Vernon Silcox. One Wiggins. Jimmyannual Arthur Wilson, did not seek re Captain Charles Thompsonsaid
BUY A TREE delivered a grievance and a ask for their job lack. Each man was rev sewed and rehired McRae and chairman Neil Tucker election.In at the time of their arrest

two weeks ultimatum to the it held Nov. 27, the ployees. They later served morning in order to avoid a Group 3, incumbent JohnH. that the itinerant family was
budget, was Tuesday
AND HELP THE BAND commissioners to put into rejected, pending a further commissioners faced with a notice to Mayor Tucker of the shutdown of' the plant itself.A Huguley, Sr. polled 159 wanted on suspicion of
effect a more equitable wage list of former votes for his murder in 22 separate cases in
study by the commissioners.A two week ultimatum, devised planned walkout to become employeeswas to 111 opponent,
CowrtxyofUnmmunity and salary adjustment which effective at 8:30: a.m. Thur- compiled by City Clerk J. R. Huckeba, a former seven states, Kansas,
schedule, which the em-, 5 1-2 percent increase for a compromise plan Merrill Edwards, calls Waldo chief. Oklahoma, Texas, Nevada,
all employees 'was included\ ,indtebHdgeOretroactlve affected a slight salary increase sday, Nov. 29. were police
: ; '. ..the; ((!! ployees had thought would to'o t: for four employees.When The Mayor hastily called for placed to electrical labor Carl Beggs, incumbent, and Utah, Colorado and Florida.
'tut dunk become effective. uponI'the": another special meeting of the unions in nearby cities, unopposed for the Group 1 The crime was discoveredby
a, 1973. JhiSf salary and wage the compromise plan
,adoption of:.thenewBudget... Inl'teue was in addition to the was made known to the em- commissioners for Wed management of other power council seat, was given a a patron of the small ;
Even 5 12percent granted to all ployees by Mayor Tucker and nesday, Nov. 28, to take stepsto plants were called upon by the complimentary vote of 146. beauty shop, 4 miles north of t i
Anounte New Imiirid Up hatl'consideredsuch commissioners send in of Melrose.on Tuesday morning,
'.' T. 120,000 ky missioners just three months Commissioner Orie Wigginson provide the necessary to Seventy-six percent ((281)) '
,........ Da.-it 4rv.n,a c- a plan during the earlier.At employees. Wednesday afternoon, it manpower to operate the competent personnel to be the town's 369 registeredvoters Nov. 30. 1971, when the
meeting while preparing the another special meeting was rejected by the em- power plant the following (See Page 5) visited the polls. (See Page II) :



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Chris mon CeremonyThirteen Miss Mary Anne was the birthday cake, made
Miller gave a surprise birthday by Mary Anne, who is only 10
Stock Items new members of red, green and silver. The party Monday afternoon years old.She frosted the cake
Clearance the United Methodist Women centerpiece was a Christmas for her mother, Mrs. in white and decorated it with
were honored at a reception arrangement of the three wise John Miller, at the home of green and red rosettes. Encircling -
Tuesday morning in the men and greenery. Mrs. Mary Anne's grandparents, the cake was
Only Methodist Fellowship Hall Strickland presided at the Mr.and Mrs. E. L. Matthews.The greenery, interspersed with
P following the regular monthly punch bowl.Women's. Christmas balls. Mary Anne's
meeting.The refreshment table was aunt, Mrs. B. G. Ferguson
I business meeting, covered with a green tulle presided at the punch bowl.
Mo del 55 Riding Mower MANUAL START 5 HP. presided over by Mrs. F. W ClubChristmas cloth over red satin and
Strickland, was held in the decorated with Christmas Fifteen members of the
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Thornton gave a Christmas
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Mrs. Ed Pfiester, Mrs. will have their annual
Charles Rowell, Mrs. D. W. Christmas tea Wednesday,
Thornton, Mrs. John Watson, Dec. 12, at 3:30: p.m. at the
Mrs. Hichard Odom Mrs. club house.The guest of honor
John Smith, Mrs. Dudley will be Mrs. E. Ross Harris of
Hardy,Mrs. Rex Brown Mrs. Jacksonville, presidentelectof
Kiert Sundusadee and Mrs. FFWC.
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The Chrismon program was Hostesses will be Mrs. V. J.
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Group Six as they decoratedthe D. Warren, co-chairman;
live evergreen tree with Mrs. M. G. Boyce, Sr., Mrs.
the gold and white Chrismons. Robert L. Brown, Mrs. J. F.
r. After the program and Dorko, Mrs. Wayne Douglas,
meeting in the sanctuary,
Mrs. A. J. Eaves, mem-
bership chairman invited Mrs. Jack E. lIazen, Mrs. T.
everyone into the FellowshipHall C. Hazen Jr., Mrs. H. P.
for refreshments.The Herres, Mrs. W. T. Jackson,
refreshment table was Mrs. Charles E. Johns, Mrs.
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bride-elect, was com- holding multi-colored
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and tea last Thursday night flanked by two six-branch .lel/i l'J' &
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the tapers.The cake on a
Mrs. Maurice Wingate at squares
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The Christmas theme was with Christmas roses. Miss Z aA
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WHICH OF) THESEdITSYOVR HonorGuest Shown By Larry's

MEN At Three Parties Between the hours two and
LADY) ? Yt five o'clock Sunday afternoon
Miss Linda Edwards, bride- $ approximately 250 guests
elect, has been honored with ,r attended the Christmas
/ three parties recently showing at the Flowers by
On Nov. 8 a lingerie showerwas Larry Florist shop.
given for Miss Edwardsat L
J the Brooker Baptist Church ,
Mrs. C. N. Christy and
educational
8WTW4EL: \ Hostesses were building.Patsy Ed- ; Larry Williams greeted
at the door.Throughoutthe
wards, Aileen Green, Lane t guests
Temple, Sissy Lawson and V shop were artistic

: Kim Hodges. r ar '.... arrangements holiday season.depicting Guests were the
Corsages were given to the ,' 0 invited to the refreshmenttable
rG' honoree, Mrs. H. W. Bennett, I which was covered witha
Mrs. F. W. Hodges and Mrs.
double linen cloth
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Carl Edwards.The D
edged with white lace, and at
refreshment table
was each bows madeof
corner were
centered with a pink carnation
centerpiece. Cake and punch ---....... red and white gingham.
d were served to the 20 guests.A .
Centering the table was an
arrangement of white button
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z.w pompoms and red carnationswith
linen shower was givenfor holly and greens. Serving
Miss Edwards on Nov. 26 1JI refreshments were Mrs
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/ ... r- at the home of Mrs. J. D. Edwin Williams and Mrs.
8 ... ...' : I ,. Erwin in Gainesville with 14 Gertrude Vaughn of
,'0,1- .., ,;.... j''].,!' guests attending. r1 I Jacksonville, Assisting was
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>t j' r'l' Corsages were presented to Mrs. Shery Fullwood of West
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.J. : ; Miss Edwards, Mrs. H. W. Palm Beach. Presiding: at the
:r. /. jl> "ti tttI'. Bennett, Mrs. Carl Edwardsand Toni Rea Walmsley Weds guest book table were Mrs.
/ \ ,/, Miss Sandra Edwards, John A. Reddish and Miss
Jr : f \ I.t sister of the honoree. Dennis D. CrawfordMiss Lorraine Alvarez.
Games were played and
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$1ElAlNUD 'tr; : .';' ) Adams prizes won and by Mrs.Mrs. Judy Dot Toni Rae Walmsley, cloth and centered by a three- Door prizes were won by
/ w / Markham. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tiered wedding cake topped Mrs. Douglas Hardy, Mrs.
I Richard Walmsley of Raiford, with a bride and groom. This Merrill McMillan\ and Mrs. J.
FI If and Dennis Dale Crawford, was balanced by branched II, Dupre.
,i. ; son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald candelabra with white tapers.
'oo Crawford of Kingsley Lake, Mrs. Robert Whitehead cut Out-of-town guests were
{ l 2\ Miss Edwards was honoredat were united in marriage on the cake. Assisting in servingwere Gareth Silverman of Atlanta
a bridal shower on Nov. 30 Nov. 24 at 7 p.m. in the Miss Gail Crawford, Ga., Mrs. Gertrude Vaughnand
/ I \ at 7:30: p.m. in the Brooker Miss Sharon Martin and Miss
\\ 2J/J' Baptist Church Educational Raiford Baptist Church with son. Eddy, Mrs Minnie
r- : Rev Aaron Singletary per- Maryann Tanner. Miss Fenton, Broward Strickland
: Hostesses
building.
were Deborah Martin kept the
forming the nuptials. Larry Strickland and Ray
<< Dolly Harrell, Carol Lee bride's book.Following Sage, Jacksonville, David
: igy1p W ( r l { Jones, Alma Outlaw, Edith Highlighting the altar were a wedding trip to Palmer and Steve Berkel
: 7 ( Melvin, Lea Temple, Jean two pedestal baskets of white Daytona Beach and Fort Jacksonville Beach Mrs
Douglas and Betty Hayes. gladioli and carnations Lauderdale the couple is Timothy Fullwood of West
.r : Corsages were presented to balanced by branched can- residing in Raiford Palm Beach Mrs Jean Reeseof
the honoree, Mrs. E. W. delabra with white tapers, and Mr. Crawford is employedwith Newnan, Ga and Mrs. Bob
I Hodges, Mrs. Carl Edwards, palms. The family pews were DuPont in Lawtey. Case of Lake City.
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W. Bennett. lamps.
9OR The honoree was also Jimmy Alvarez, organist,
presented with the serving and Mrs Steve Crawford,
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( I;' A hostesses.Out-of-town guests were nuptial music.. with a Singer"sewing
Mrs. Bobbie Gnann of Mid- !q
BJ. \. .. dleburg Mrs. Bea Hildreth Mr. Crawford attended his ;? t
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Cirol;: and Lee Ann Hildreth ofKmgsley son as best man. Ushers were
Paul Brad ,
Kish Carter Billy
j Lake, Mrs Evelyn
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Richard
\ Tucker of Ocala, Mrs. Hattie Bigham Walmsleyand
'I I t.. Darley, Mrs.\ H. W Bennett, Curtis Crawford. machine ... ..
-- Miss Janis Williams servedas -
Mrs. Joyce Bennett Mrs. .
:f : Daisy Boch and Miss Darlene maid of honor, wearing a ,
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EX mint green knit gown with R t
Bennett of Lawtey.
white and yellow designs. She HOLIDAY SALE! \ IiBBREG. Ii-:
with yellow velvet ribbon 11Ii
EdwardsBennettDate and carried a kissing ball of .
I I \ N white roses.! $ .t ,I
Mrs Paul Kish and Misses ;
Set Dec. 8
Ellilli(5 ,
Marian Walmsley Dovie 257
I ( ATI1'1f Forsythe, Vicki Reddish and 11'.
Sandra
served
The wedding of Miss Linda Ebling as FASHION MATE*
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attendants. They wore mint
Edwards and Bennett -
Joey ,
Dec. green knit gowns with white ZIG-ZAG
) will take place Saturday
8, at 8 pm in the Brooker eyelet trim, and white picture sewing machine

T JRR1IW1I] Baptist Linda Church.is the daughter of Mr. hats ribbon.with They mint carried green kissing velvet with carrying caseA I

of balls of white pompoms. machine that
, and Mrs. Carl Edwards performs 575; ;
/ Brooker and Joey is the son of daisies and roses. so many important sewing feats,
) a e Mr. and Mrs H.W. Bennett of Denette Griffis was flower sews buttonholes, buttons, overedges, monograms,
girl and Randy Crawford
Lawtey.All cousin of the even mends. all without attachments! And has the
XMIDlEIP. friends and relatives are groom was ring
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invited to attend. bearer. exclusive Singer!: front drop-in bobbin, bobbin over
J v i Given in marriage by her wind prevention, fabric setting dial.!
se t I parents, the bride wore awhile
silk gown covered with ,
/ THEBRADFORDCOUNTY white lace. A small ;yellow p. a Wa have a Credit Plan designed to fit your budget.
'., TELEGRAPH ribbon formed a V in the front We also have a liberal trade-in policy
Published every Tliursdaj and back of neckline. The Q-!)
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I PEE qJ(0c.ll tKu\fOCWI----\ ( Law Effective Jeanette Phone 4H5-3HM Prescott!


decorated with poinsettias,

Tn r Stork Shower For M ShowerGiven For Cheryl Phillips Jan. CHRISTMAS CANTATAThe FSU-UF the girls were football treated game to the in

c Honor GuestAt A reminder that law Brooker Baptist Choir Gainesville
Miss Barnes a new
Mrs. Smith At requiring mobile homes be will sing a Christmas Cantata,
to "
PartiesMiss anchored to the "The Story of Christmas, by PERSONALS
BrideElectA Two ground goes
John Peterson at 7:30:
p.m.
Pine LevelMrs. into effect Jan. 1 has been
December 16. The is
public
bridal shower for Miss Cheryl Phillips, Dec. issued by Bradford County invited. Mr. and Mrs. Paul D.
Harvey Smith was Kathy Barnes of Hastings J 15 bride-elect, was honored at Zoning Director L. M. Gaines. Prescott and Johnny visited
k9'h honored at a stork shower towra.rut itriais'r bride-elect of Randall Zip- two parties in the past week. The new regulations, which BIRTHSWe their aunt,and Mr.Sandra and Mrs.in I Hugh Lake

Monday night at the Pine Atutn otxonttMrtma -. perer. was held in the On Monday night,Nov. 26, a have been set up by the Markham afternoon.
v Level Baptist Church atxntoxttt educational room of the First bridal shower was given by Division of Motor Vehicles, congratulate Mr. and Butler Saturday
fellowship hall. Hostesseswere titr Christian Church of Starke Mrs. Mark Patray, !Mrs. are designed to protect mobile Mrs. Joe Hill on the birth of a Claude Prescott!Mrs. Gene
SIS Mrs. Jimmy Thornton, Tuesday night Nov. 20. Imogene Bryan, Mrs. J. O. home residents and that after son, Albert Glenn, on his daughter and had dinner
Mrs. Lynn McRae, Mrs. Virgil Standing in the receivingline Gay, Miss Pam Macy, Miss April 1 citations will be November 24 in Alachua Reynolds they Mrs. Inus
Owen, Mrs. J. B. Whitehead, were the honoree and her Colleen Nichols and Mrs. Otto handed out to those who fail to General Hospital. Maternal with his sister Jacksonville., She
e Mrs. Jessie Ricks, Mrs. Gary mother, Mrs. Clyde Barnes; Siemer at the home of the obey the law. grandparents are Mr. and Bazar of little grand-
also had her
Wheeler Mrs. Robert Myrick Mrs. Charles Zipperer, latter. Mrs. A.I. Mann of Brooker. Bazar on
and Mrs. Thornton Johns. mother of the prospective Standing in the receivingline daughter, Kim
s .
Fall arrangements were bridegroom, Mrs Tommy were the honoree, her BRIDAL SHOWER Sunday.Edward Endicott and
used, and the refreshment Cook sister, and Mrs. Barnes, mother, Mrs. Betty Ann H PERSONALSLocal Lewis
Batten-Eunice table was covered with a lace grandmother of the honoree. Phillips; Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, Miss Linda Edwards of children and Jimmy their grand(
cloth over pink and centered The bride's book was placedon and Mrs. L. W Barry. Sr of Brooker, bride-elect of Joey were visiting Amanda Lewis,
Told with a fall floral arrangement.The a round table covered by a Brooker. Mrs. Siemer greetedthe admittances to Bennett of Lawtey, was givena mother, Mrs.
weekend.
Engagement gift table was covered Allene Dixon white cutwork cloth. guests at the door. Bradford County Hospital this miscellaneous shower on over the Mrs. Ethel
Wedding Set Jan. 5 with a white linen cloth and Accenting the book was a pink Centering the serving bar week include: Theodore November 30 in the Brooker Prayer List Malcolm: Lewis,
,
centered with a storK. Chosen EmployeeOf candle held by a single silver was an arrangement of pink Frank, Jr., Mrs. Opal Allen, Baptist Church. Hostesseswere Cecil Douglass Davis, Maurice Dyal,
Games were played by the holder tied with a pink bow. and yellow daisies. Miss Macy Mrs. Leona Mathews, Steven Jean Douglas, Carol Lee
Mr.and Mrs. A. L. Batten of 35 guests between the hours TheMonth Miss Diane Gaskins was in presided at the punch bowl. Thornton, Mrs. Alma Biggs, Jones, Betty Hayes, Edith and Nelo liornsby.
Theressa announce the 7:30: and 9 p.m. and prizes won charge of the guest book. The hostesses presented the Randall Pass, Ewell Lawson, Melvin, Alma Outlaw, Dolly
engagement and approaching by Miss Diane Moore, Mrs. The center gift table was honoree with a corsage of pink Julia Haisten, Debbie Harrell\ and Lea Temple.
marriage of their daughter Eddie Lewis and Mrs. Mrs Allene Dixon was covered with a white cutwork and yellow daisies and a Kirkland, Lois Thigpen, After the gifts were opened,
Martha to Sammy Eunice, Leonard Moore. chosen "Employee of the cloth matching the register toaster as a memento of the Starke; James E. O'Conner, refreshments were served to
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold The hostesses presented the Month" at the general staff table. Centering the gift table occasion. Melrose; Mrs. Katie Saxon, the 40 guests.BRIDESMAIDS. RUBBERSTAMPS
Eunice of Lawtey. honoree with a baby carrier. meeting at the Holiday Inn on was a white umbrella with and
Hampton
Miss Batten is employed at bells entwined ; Joseph
Nov. 30.William white wedding LUNCHEONMiss
Reynold,
Keystone Heights.
the Lake Butler Reception and Glover, manager, with greenery. The side gift Mrs. J. E. Hardy gave a
Medical Center of the Florida presented Mrs. Dixon with a table was covered with a luncheon for Miss Phillips on !Mr. and Mrs. George Linda Edwards en-
State Prison. BSP Party Set check and then showed her the white linen cloth. Wednesday of last week at her Huggins attended the North tertained her bridesmaids
Mr. Eunice is employed by Inn marque with, the The serving table was home on E. Call Street. Florida Camellia Show in with a luncheon on Saturday,,
the Bradford County Sheriff'sDepartment. For Dec. 10 congratulations inscription. draped with a damask linen Bridal place cards markedthe Jacksonville Sunday af Dec. 1: Those attending were
Mrs. Dixon has been with cloth. Lime punch was served seating arrangement for ternoon. Sandra Edwards, Nancy
The wedding is planned for the Inn of Starke for from bowl, with fern Made To Order
Beta Sigma Phi sorority will Holiday a crystal the 16 guests. The dining room Bennett, Donna Bennett,
January 5 at 7:30: p.m. in Hope three as a buffet cook in surrounding the base. A silver
hold its annual Christmas years ta ble and two card tables were Mrs. C. L. Cooper and Mr. Aileen Green, Patsy Edwards,
Baptist Church in Theressa.All the restaurant and is ready to coffee service was used at the County
covered with imported cutwork Sissy Lawson, and Donna Bradford
and relatives party Monday, Dec. 10, at 7:30: and Mrs. Walter Stewart of
friends
are
when needed. She end of the table.
fill in extra far Centeringthe
The
cloths. dining room Prescott.
at the home of Mrs. Eve
invited to attend Godwin.All p.m. lives in Starke, has two serving table was a long, table was centered with a Trenton West spent the five daysat Key After the delicious luncheon TelegraphDrafted

members are remindedto children a daughter, Maxine, low floral arrangement of silver bowl holding an weekend.over Thanksgiving served on tables
bring Items for the who attends Santa Fe Junior pink gladioli and miniature arrangement of lavender
Cary Nazworth returnedlast and who lives in Flanking the ...,.
College, a son mums.
and white
from Christmas basket. GUts will pink mums. Drew Barry spent the 1od T.Sgx5gx5g1RiF5i 313JtA'gs4f3131Rfd; -.9--'RSdI -1tTd>d11 1t5f1ts3l
Riverside
Friday Tallahassee. were two pink,
be exchanged at this time. arrangement Smaller arrangements of the weekend with his grand -I
Hospital. candles in silver holders.A .
white cake, decorated in other same tables.flowers centered the parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. JJanJ(
H lvc 'nn n w wc x vl w M M K M rWC I W l Barry, in Newberry and attended I ( ift
pink rosebuds and green Greeting guests at the door the basketball
game.
leaves, was served and were !Mrs. Phillips, mother of S
colored mints and mixed nuts the honoree, the honoree, and by
H. FUEL OILSERVICE were placed on the table in Mr.! and Mrs.! Nealey Me- it
Mrs. Hardy.
Connel and Mr. and Mrs. s 1
silver tidbit trays. the the m-
shower Among guests were James Barron had dinner at J5 I I I riitIt
Hostesses for the
three grandmothers Mrs.
Cedar Key Saturday on Mr. w 5I
were Mrs. Edwin Williams, Minnie Phillips of Lawtey, and Mrs. Barron's fifth
Mrs. Homer Hart, Mrs. !Mrs. George Flynn. Sr. of
I
wedding anniversary.Mr. Offered For Sale BS
Wayne Douglas, Mrs. Mansell Starke, and Mrs. L. W. Barry,
Ayer, Mrs. John Arthur Sr. of Brooker. Also attendingwere and !Mrs. Abie Cohen

1 Mi. N. Of Raiford On S. 229 (Sanderson Rd.) !Morgan Reddish,, !Mrs.Miss J.C.Betty Brown Jane, Gainesville Mrs. Sam and Crutchfield Mrs. L. W.of of and]laver Mr. and de!Mrs.Grace Butch, Md.Bayes were 1 atLoudon B BJ

Mrs Fred Brown, Mrs.
Barry. Jr. of Palatka.
recent visitors of !Mrs. Jessie
Fronnie Crews Gerald, Mrs.Griffis Virgil Mrs. Hardy presented Miss Chastain on Bedford Lake. I J s Beauty Shoppc |
Jordan Mrs. Phillips with a corsage and a Mrs. Chastain also had as a
Mrs. Emory Prevail and piece of her chosen crystal. weekend guest Mrs. Wilma J

Now OpenHome Mrs.The Milton hostess Prevail.gift to the Newbern of !Mount Dora. I I Flowers By Larry |

honoree was an electric fry '
Mrs. Arlen McKnight was in I
pan.About 100 guests were in- u Tampa Thursday and (Friday Luther's Golden Kettle I

vited to be with Miss Barnes. attending a committee VI In Starke
School Health
meeting on
Delivery Or Plant SalesFor Standards.Mrs. W. f.(
JAYCEES WIVES > \. I it PI'icIIJ :JI'om $1 to $40 I

... I Gene Cooper of
The Starke Jaycee wives Chiefland was a Tuesday I Over 100 S'pal'aIIlJJ/llmJ II
Fast Dependable Service Call auxiliary held its annual I overnight guest of Mr. and
Nero
Christmas party on Dec. 1 at Mrs. C. L. Cooper. Wolt/y One Of JtinJ I

Bill Or Debbie Hunnicutt Owners The Trader members Jakes in and Lake husbands City. t I Iit

enjoyed a steak dinner and LLvtils : When you open the window Choose Yours Now For Xmas I
,
dancing. Gifts were ex yourself, you get fresh air.
changed.The When someone else it,
431-1530 opens

held at next the meeting home of will Mrs.be Mr and Mrs. Don II. Smithof you get a Lei draft.i lie Goodyear In I And Give A Gift That's Different].
the
Gainesville, announce
Robert Blakewood. birth of a daughter- Alice Joy, Fam y W.ak y lefdxldlC x l3l iR7d s 1t 7t R+3RS41CSSl fi d
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aa born Nov. 29, at Shands
Teaching Hospital.Iaternal!
grandparents are Mr. and

Mrs.Raiford.John Paternal A. Myers grand-of What we learned from

STUMP'S HRs.IFT. parents are !Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Smith of Starke.

the experts' on' caring
!Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hart


t For Everyone On Your announce daughter.Nov. 27 in Athena Titusville.the birth Lynn Grand-of, on a for: your small appliances.I

;; and
Mr.! Mrs.
parents are
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Lewis Hart of Palatka and Mr. .4
.
List. and Mrs Bob Patterson of
Starke.Mr. .


I Far Him Far Her

.and Mrs. Gene Pass and

Shirts Selection Of son. Kevin, of Gainesville,
Dress
.
Large visited their mothers Mrs.

And Elise Pass and Mrs. Betty 'L-
Sports Wear Dresses Crawford, on Sunday. / %


Suits Pants Complete Line Of Laurie Stallings of \ 4t _
Gainesville spent the weekend
h
Children's with her grandparents, Mr. cj-
Manhattan Sh'IrtsBVD'S and Mrs. C. L. Dinkins. )

Sweaters Blouses ,,
Pajamas
Mrs. W. E. Thornton and ,
Mrs. W II. Hart attended the

Shoes For The Sleepwear wedding of Susan Manning to We went to the source. The
Steven Rabbe in Clermont 't
people who repair 9.5(10( ) small electric
.
Entire Family Saturday.Mr.
-
? appliances; a year.k .

Gloves Handbags .and !Mrs. Dick Landis of Their reputation depends on ,
), Men's and Boy'st Jacksonville were weekend knowing how to gel things Fume a i+.ain.
$ guests of Rev. and Mrs. John Who could be better informed"about
LevisCasual Pretty Dusters Flynn and attended the taking care of them in the first place0We

and Dress Pants Florida-FSU game. had questions about how

you can get more life out of some of
Pants Suits-Shirts !Mrs. Nora Price and !Mrs. ,, your small appliance And sane on
Bedroom Slippers Kate Frum of Mobile, Ala. are replacement and repairs.1he.e .
A visiting their sister, Mrs. iuul
b are a few of the answers -
Panty Hose Vergie Flynn.
Jeans Jackets we got.

Mrs. Claude Crowson is 11 1. Keepinir elm trie perralatw nut iif uuit-r.
: And Don't Forget Our convalescing at home with Most eleclnc pcrc.can't be immersed in water,
f. '- T-Shirts-Shorts several fracutred ribs which or the healing clement will short out or rust
she received in a fall at The out. Check the directions that came with your
Complete Selection df Telegraph office several percolator.

TiesSocks weeks ago. 2. Take II cart on \lour MWiT Don't in erwork
_
it. Never use il lo crush ice cubes or mix loo
Slips-Panties Bras-Etc. heavy batters.
I
/ Come In And Brouse 56th C birthday L. Cooper Sunday celebrated night his at electric 3. Keep iMIvt.the pnmgi If ckfan of great on sour

Shoes From a family dinner given by his the probe, they greasy can prongs are pluggedinto
overheat and bum
Around You're Sure TotsTo son-in-law and daughter, !Mr.
out the probe. Clean the
and Mrs. Harold Branham, at prongs regularly w nh
soap and water,drying them well before
their
Find It At Stump's their home in Hampton.Mr. next use. i

To Grand Pa. and Mrs. J. B. Dansby 4. help \rnir bun Jntr cool il Don't replace
If He's one On 91' of Perry were Sunday visitors I a dryer in its ease while still hot. This causes I
the plastic to warp because of heat
of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. DansbyJ. buildup
J. How 10 care for all appliance Read and
G. Caldwell celebratedhis FIORIDA POWIB 1 IIOHT COMPANY follow the instructions on the label or hang
77th birthday Sunday tag. Keep appliances clean. And disconnect
Stump Dept. Store afternoon at a family get. People. ;.serving people. by pulling the plug, not the cord.
together at Caldwell home on
Raiford Road.




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(From Page 1)) got decided together among yesterday themselvesthat and this"We?" all are. Nobody in Jackson stopping on was travel charged portion with of j ffs 4 tma1aO 'Wf I

used in the forthcoming they had waited long particular," said Boatwright. (From Page 1) j
emergency.One enough.They are the best menthe "Suppose we don't hire the Raiford, while running a red was chargedwith
former city lineman, city's ever had.1 would cut entire crew back. How will it light on SR-200, Nov. 29 following too closely.
Gerald Crosby told the my pay to, give these men affect you?" asked Commissioner Damages to both vehicleswere
Telegraph this week more money. Schaefer."It estimated at $GOO, according
however that he was never "But that Is not your won't affect me none," to Officer J. L. Melanie Hale i 1f lt hmt A I
contacted about substituting prerogative," said Tucker. said Boatwright. Howards report. Ms. Merrillwas .
for the striking employees. After being told that his first charged with careless Wins Jewelry >
Crosby says that neither he responsibility was to the city, Each of the following em- driving.A -
nor J. W. Sasser, both of Graudon agreed saying, ployees, Tommy Har- 1966 Ford truck, driven by --
whom The Telegraph was told "When you've got the best denbrook, John Crews, Robert John Whitehouse, Sales ContestLAKE
last Wednesday would be crew you have ever had, it's Merren Lizenbee, Lester Archer,collided with a parked Festive dresses light
present to work Thursday hard to separate yourself Willingham, Leslie Crews, 1972 Oldsmobile owned by BUTLER Miss
morning would have gone to from them. Being sym Jr., Ray Craven, J. W. Whittle Lucy Barton White,Starke, on Melanie Hale, daughter of Mr. ; up the holidays. (J i
work in place of the regular pathetic to their requests, I and Wendell Grover made SR-200, Nov. 30. Damage was and Mrs. D. M. Hale of Lake
power plant employees even if felt that if they quit, I with was their appearance before the not estimated on the Old Butler, was awarded the High _4;; We have just receiveda .. -
4
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to along ;
they had been asked. compelled" go commissioners.Most smobile, and no charges were Teenage Hostess Award by
said the information them. made according to Lt. HaroldCrews' the well known jewelry firm ; beautiful collection 4 j
release Mayor Tucker then asked, of the former
by the city about employees report. -
"What would do if a Sarah Coventry. of the newest styles for Mr
substitutes being willing to go you were re-hird by the A 1964 Pontiac, driven by
to work may be a large factorin similar situation should arise" unanimous vote of the com Teedoe Harris, Jr. of Daytona the holidays let us '
the change of mind the 20, 60 or 90 days from now. missioners. Two, however, Beach, went out of control Miss Hale was high dollar -
workers experienced. Had the Graudon replied with a escaped termination of their while passing another vehicleon saleswoman for the North help you select one it
strikers known that some of question, "How many times jobs by a 3-2 vote. SIMS, Dec. 1. Officer Florida and Southern Georgia _
those named in The Telegraphhad has this happened in the 11 George Tomosovitch's report region under Regional j 4 for"her". Iir;
not been contacted and, in years that I've been here?" After the interviews stated that Harris stated while Director Juanita Watkins. -.
any case, would not go back to Commissioner McRae Commissioner Silcox said that traveling west on SR-16, he During a company sponsored -
work for the city, the strikers asked Graudon, "What would the commissioners them- noticed a car in front of him multi-million dollar sale-a- ;> cs
may have held out longer you do if you had a selves were not blameless in making a right turn onto a thon Miss Hale sold more than
Crosby said.Crosby troublemaker in your crew six the showdown, saying that private drive. While passingon $1,200 worth of jewelry duringa -. 0.-
said he resents his months from now?" they had perhaps erred in the the right to avoid contact, three week period to win the
name being given out by the "lIe would be fired," replied past in requiring the gas Harris stated that he lost coveted award. ". Ti
city as having been contactedand Graudon. department and the meter control when passing, causinghis -
as being willing to come Commissioner Silcox said cut-offs to be placed under car to cross the center line, 1 )J. 1 WMlr
back to work during the "We appreciate your position, Graudon's supervision, go into the east bound lane and For her efforts she will 4;; 4;;
emergency but there is a very thin line thereby spreading him over made contact with a light pole receive a diamond pendantand eCYei
It was determined by the separating supervision and too large an area. and cable box where his treasure chest jewelry .r... -
that loyalty to your men, and there ensemble along with an in- -
commissioners to
a ready vehicle came a stop.
source of manpower could be is a point at which that line "I can't help but believe Damages to the Pontiac vitation to attend the company's lY1 4
be crossed that something good is goingto convention and \
made available may not by a and Harriswas area
on an estimated at $700
emergency basis from off- person in a supervisory come out of all of this," charged with followingtoo jamboree in! Port St. Lucie I eCr-
duty workers and those who position. Whenever it is Silcox continued "I know and close. Dec. 15.Miss. -
would be able to work a double crossed problems such as this we all know that we have A 1970 Chevrolet truck, -- --
shift in their of are bound to arise." internal problems that con- Johnnie Jackson, will be -
own place need our attention.But driven by Hale accompanied -
Graudon tinually
employment, and then work Following was Starke, collided with a 1967 to the conventionby ; -
who these men all have their PANTSUITS
another shift in the city power Clinton Boatwright, was Oldsmobile, driven by Harace the Lake Butler Area
homes here and certainly
plant at Starke. questioned by the commissioners they. Dean, Starke, on Old Lawtey Fashion Show Director Mrs. .i Gov
similar needed their jobs.Commissioner -
After it became known to in a Wiggins Road Dec. 2. Damages to the Lynn Long who was also a .. -
the that the manner. estimated at $1,000, the What gal
Olds
commissioners I'm were winner during company'ssales every ; _
far
Mayor Tucker asked, "Why said "As as concerned -
crisis could be averted the according to Officer drive
the matter is closed. o would love for eonChristmas
following day, they authorizedfour did you walk off the job? Tomosovitch's report.
"I walked off because the .. ;
former of the
employees others did," replied Boat ., { _
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city to report for duty the next -
" morning. wright. : one of the seasons newest ,
Commissioner McRae\ said, wa
uttered Because by of some spoken of the threats em- "What' we're trying to find out Pant outfits from Silverman. 4;;
is: Who is the instigator of all
ployees the commissioners : Drop a hint-you'll soon find out. '
ordered Police Chief Jimmy p
Bowen to station a police -
-
officer at the power plant r

during Of the the 13 night.employees, three PUT IT ALL TOGETHER. reir

had a change of mind duringthe with the help of SilvermansThe o
night and elected to R
remain on the job. The other t layered look takes -/ \
10 did, however, walk off the kp Gifts for I
when coordinate
job and made their appearance --:0.: .. your shape you -t,,

at city hall at the the cuffed pants with blouse,
favorite
scheduled time of 8:30: to C man.
carry out the threatened walk rlp>{ t(P a pI6LCQ.Q | $ o sweater and jacket ''ii **

out After thoroughly considering ( Handsome gifts for every 2 We have a terrific selection j il! ;

day the the disgruntled matter during employees the A Great Sunday School! man on your 'list. / ch to please your favorite iL t 1

# girl
finally requested
Commissioner Charles : a.m.2Inspiring Great new fashion ::: ;

Schaefer to prevail I upon Worship ideas to make their
Mayor Commissioner Tuckerto Services!
call another special lUOOam and 7:30p.m. Christmas merry.We've f5
meeting to hear them. i 4 '
his {
The request of the ex- University of Christian got xE
of the Q t :." ..
employees city was Training! favorites. Traditional, i ." -
-
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granted with the stipulationfrom 6:15p.m. : I .. -. -- .. ;;
the commissioners that contemporary and '
they would be heard and Join the happy folks at E 7J ;;
conferred with on an individual First Baptist this week and in-between. Drop s '.

With that basis understanding only. the Hear express the your Bible faith taught In God.and in and make your just- d / / 0.

meeting convened with all of preached in all its wonder for-him selections now.
the commissioners present. and beauty. PERFECT GIFT IDEA.
At the beginning of the -I
meeting Commissioner "We are Committed toCare' BODY BRIEF AND
Schaefer said, "We have .
several vacancies now DRESS SHIRTS u BODY BLOUSE ;

existing at the city power "The Church with a Heart, SPORT SHIRTS ,tt
plant and on the line crew. In the Heart of Starke" SWEATERS } I Fashion designs with
These here to make 0.
men are
dress collar turtleneck
a ;;
applications for those jobs. Call 964-6562 SLACKS
Former Power Plant for free transportationSave TURTLENECK .s. r ::, ? m and many other styles. ar
-
Superintendent Graudon was the first George job power-Cooperate to SHIRTS and SWEATERSSOX Great for "stocking stuffers."

applicant to be interviewed by conserve energy-turn out 0-
the commissioners. all your lights and go to Q 1141014114i410i1G101111ji1$1iik
.
jjfffl
Mayor Tucker asked, "Do Church this week! BELTS -p. ; y -'It.. ,. .
you want to come back to ROBES -
Sunday Sctiool,:49* m -
work for the ?
city
-
Worship-II o'clock SPORTCOATS 1
Morning
"Sure! This is my home" l -
Trolnlng15: p.m.
Graudon replied. Evening Church Worihip-V:30pm. CORDUROY JACKETS .. "Y. / 4;;
"Do realize that when -
you LEATHER COATS -
i -
"The Church With Heart,
walked off the job this a
you '
In the Heart Starke" KNIT SHIRTS : t 1st $t "
morning, that you were not :i '
running your men, they were SHOES ''iIil1 d V Illll'I4 L '
.
running you? B nP Bryint },
.
"I admit that we did Pit lor AND DOZENS OF IuI (II -
wrong," Graudon said "We William G oraMinuter OTHER ITEMS. fr\ -- /t, r --
said that we would wait until of Music iiltw t' '
14111F .-< ( !
\
next Wednesday, but the men II -eli ":; !f p'yl elrI -

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Effective March 1 1974 I L -yr ;

MOBILE HOME TIE-DOWN, f'. \\ )lip r ltI.i ri J slm f. ;) *, i-

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Required By State Law ; \\ ,..... Baubles and Beads!

**...., Put some sparkle in her life .

f2 ;_: ..,__....___.w.J a touch of glitter, a bit of glow ;a
Beginning January 1 All Mobile HomeOwners
Law ; You'll find all sorts of quality costume jewelry
Are Required By Florida ,
2 to enhance her ensemble boxed and wrapped _
Section 320,8325 To
73-182
Chapter ,
; prettily for her pleasure. !!
Secure The Mobile Home To The GroundBy ..
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The Use of Anchors And Tie-Downs SoAs -- --

To Resist Wind Overturning And ; SEE OUR FABULOUS SELECTION OF

Sliding. ;: / HAND AND SHOULDER BAGS aI M

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CI) Fabrics of lush velvet rich
Mobile Home Owners Were Given 9 r U ,

Months From Enactment Of Law on July + / ; tapestries, knit brocades and

Gift Wrapping Free, l i handsome leathers. list !!
Hang a
1 1,1973. That Date Will Be March 1, 1974. on Request,
; of elegance on the tree for a very ;

This Law Will Be Enforced By The _- Merry Christmas. N-

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Department Of Motor Vehicles
siI_ JUST COUNT ON SILVERMAN'S

For Further Information Contact ; TO HAVE WHAT YOUR "BEST GIRL" WANTS.
UNIV. AVE.
225 W.
Bradford County Zoning Office In County Park Freo on thi lit Federal Bank Lot STARTING FRIDAY, DEC.7th WE WILL REMAIN OPEN

!Courthouse, Phone 9647575. r jp 9-30 AM. to 9 P.M. DAILY thru DEC. 22nd.Ml 6 P.M. DEC. 24th _

Ilp I 12:. I {, ;i The Christmas Store for Ilkn CLOSED ALL DAY ON CHRISTMAS DAY, DEC. 25thlltlliftitlftitlt.tl .

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I 8 qJ(0CU: cKLAJ Cu) I -- Law Effective Jeanette Phone 485-3U01 Prescott!


decorated with poinsettias,
tltR Stork Shower For Shower Given For Cheryl Phillips Jan. CHRISTMAS CANTATAThe the girls were treated to the
FSU-UF football game in

Mrs. Smith At Miss Barnes, Honor GuestAt A reminder that a new law will sing Brooker a Christmas Baptist Cantata Choir, Gainesville.
requiring mobile homes to be
BrideElectA Two PartiesMiss anchored to the ground goes "The Story of Christmas," by PERSONALS
John Peterson at 7:30: .m.
Pine Level p
into effect Jan. 1 has been
December 16. The public is and Mrs. Paul D.
bridal shower for Miss issued by Bradford County Mr.
Cheryl Phillips, Dec. invited.
Mrs. Harvey Smith was WWI'il.CONGpATULAT10al'. Kathy Barnes of Hastings, bride-elect, was honored at Zoning Director L. M. Gaines Prescott and Johnny visited
honored at a stork shower bride-elect of Randall Zip- 15 The new regulations, which their aunt Mr. and Mrs. I Hugh[
in the week.On .
two parties past BIRTHS
and Sandra In Lake
Monday night at the Pine Markham
Church : otxal perer, was held in the Monday night, Nov. have been set up by the Saturday afternoon.
Level Baptist 266a Butler
: n lrwvtcutwt ane x I educational room of the First shower Division
fellowship\ hall. Hostesseswere d bridal was of Motor Vehicles, We congratulate Mr. and Claude Prescott picked up
Mrs. Jimmy Thornton Christian Church of Starke Mrs. Mark Patray, Mrs. designed to protect mobile Mrs. Joe Hill on the birth of a his daughter, !Mrs. Gencll
% Mrs.Lynn McRae, Mrs. Virgil Tuesday night, Nov. 20. Imogene Bryan, Mrs. J. O. home residents and that after son, Albert Glenn, on Reynolds and they had dinner
Standing in the receivingline Gay, Miss Pam Macy, Miss April 1 citations will be November 24 in Alachua
Owen Mrs. J. B. Whitehead with his sister, !Mrs. Inus
Mrs. Jessie Ricks, Mrs. Gary were the honoree and her Colleen Nichols and !Mrs. Otto handed out to those. who fail to General Hospital. Maternal Bazar of Jacksonville. She
-'it mother, Mrs. Clyde Barnes; Siemer at the home of the obey the law. grandparents are Mr. and little
Wheeler, Mrs. Robert Myrick Mrs. Charles Zipperer also had her grand-
latter. Mrs. A.Mann\ of Brooker.
and Mrs. Thornton Johns. mother of the prospective Standing in the receivingline daughter, Kim Bazar on
Fall arrangements were Sunday.
used, and the refreshmenttable Cook bridegroom, sister, and, Mrs.Mrs.Tommy Barnes, mother were, Mrs.the honoree Betty Ann her I PERSONALSLocal BRIDAL SHOWER \Edward Endicott and
was covered with a lace children, and Jimmy Lewis
of the honoree.
Batten-Eunice grandmother Phillips; Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, !Miss Linda Edwards of
cloth over pink and centered were visiting their grand-
floral The bride's book was placedon and Mrs. L. W. Barry, Sr. of Brooker, bride-elect of Joey Amanda Lewis
with a fall arrangement.The mother, Mrs. ,
round table covered
Engagement a by awhile Brooker. Mrs. Siemer greeted Bennett of givena
gift table was covered Allene Dixon cutwork cloth. admittances to Lawtey, was over the weekend.
the guests at the door. Bradford County Hospital this miscellaneous shower on Mrs. Ethel
with a white linen cloth and List:
Accenting the book was a pink Prayer
Wedding Set Jan. 5 centered with a storK.( Centering the serving bar week include: Theodore November 30 in the Brooker Douglass, Malcolm Lewis,
candle held silver
Chosen by a single
EmployeeOf was an arrangement of pink Frank, Jr., Mrs. Allen Baptist Church. Hostesseswere
Games were played by the holder tied with a pink bow. Opal Cecil Davis, Maurice Dyal
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Batten of 35 guests between the hours and yellow daisies. Miss Macy Mrs. Leona Mathews, Steven Jean Douglas, Carol Lee and Nelo I llornsby[
Miss Diane Gaskins in
Theressa announce the 7:30 and 9 p.m. and prizes won The MonthMrs was presided at the punch bowl. Thornton Mrs. Alma Biggs Jones, Betty Hayes, Edith
engagement and approaching by Miss Diane Moore, Mrs. charge of the guest book. The hostesses presented the Randall Pass, Ewell Lawson, Melvin, Alma Outlaw, Dolly
The
center table
marriage of their daughter, Eddie Lewis and !Mrs. Allene Dixon gift was honoree with a corsage of pink Julia Haisten, Debbie Harrell and Lea Temple.
was covered with a white cutwork
Martha to Sammy Eunice Leonard !Moore. chosen "Employee of the cloth, matching the register and yellow daisies and a Kirkland Lois Thigpen, After the gifts were opened,
son of Mr and Mrs. Harold The hostesses presented the !Month" at the general staff table. Centering the gift table toaster as a memento of the Starke; James E. O'Conner, refreshments were served to RUBBERSTAMPS

Eunice of Lawtey. honoree with a baby carrier. meeting at the Holiday Inn on was a white umbrella with occasion. Melrose; Mrs. Katie Saxon the 40 guests.BRIDESMAIDS.
Miss Batten is employed at Nov. 30.William. white wedding bells entwined Hampton; and Joseph
the Lake Butler Reception and Glover Reynold, Keystone Heights. LUNCHEON;
with
manager, The side
greenery. gift Mrs. J. E. Hardy a
Medical Center of the Florida gave
Mrs. Dixon
presented with a table was covered with a
State Prison. BSP Set luncheon for Miss Phillips on Mr. and Mrs. George !Miss Linda Edwards en-
Party check and then showed her the white linen cloth.
is Wednesday of last week at her attended tertained her bridesmaidswith
Mr. Eunice employed by Inn with the The table Huggins the North(
marque serving
the Bradford County Sheriff'sDepartment was home on E. Call Street. Florida Camellia Show in a luncheon on Saturday,
.
For Dec 10 congratulations inscription.Mrs. draped with a damask linen
Bridal place cards markedthe Jacksonville Sunday af Dec. 1. Those attending were
Dixon has been with clotn. Lime
punch was served
The wedding is planned for the Inn of Starke for seating arrangement for ternoon. Sandra Edwards, Nancy To Order
Beta Sigma Phi will Holiday from a crystal bowl, with fern Made
January Sat 7:30: p.m. in Hope sorority the 16 guests. The dining room Bennett, Donna Bennett,
three a'buffet cook
in
Church Theressa.All hold its annual Christmas years as surrounding the base. A silver table and two card tables were Aileen Green, Patsy Edwards,
in
Baptist Mrs. C L. and Mr.
the restaurant and is Cooper
friends and relatives are party Monday, Dec. 10, at 17:30: ready to coffee service was used at the covered with imported cut Sissy Lawson, and Donna Bradford CountyTelegraph
and Mrs. Walter Stewart of
fill in
\ extra when needed. She
far end of the table. Centeringthe
invited to attend. p.m. at the home of Mrs. Eve work cloths. The dining room Prescott.
lives in Starke, has two Trenton spent five days at Key
Godwin.All serving table was a long, table was centered with a After the delicious lun-
:
members are remindedto children, a daughter, Maxine, low floral arrangement of silver bowl holding an West over the Thanksgiving cheon, served on tables
who attends Santa Fe Junior pink gladioli and miniature weekend.
Nazworth bring items for the arrangement of lavender,
returnedlast
Cary\Friday from Riverside Christmas basket. Gifts will College\ and a son who lives in mums. Flanking the pink and white mums. ,xs..tss.... _-......... x7dlt.....trR111R1zf3zsixxae"" !
Tallahassee.\ Drew Barry spent the aI -t5a- a ? -
two
be exchanged at this time. arrangement were pink, Smaller arrangements of the
Hospital. candles in silver holders.A weekend with his grandparents
_. - white cake, decorated in same flowers centered the Mr. and !Mrs. W. N. !
other tables. in and attended JJanJ Cra/teJ (Ji/t
pink leaves rosebuds and green Greeting guests at the door Barry, the Newberry basketball game. I ,,

was served and were Mrs. Phillips, mother of

B.H. FUEL OILSERVICE were colored placed mints on and the mixed table nuts in the Mrs.honoree, the honoree, and Mr. and !Mrs. Nealey Mc- '11)' sM if
Hardy.
silver tidbit trays. Connel and Mr. and !Mrs.
Hostesses for the shower Among the guests were the James Barron had dinner at I I I nounOffered i JS
three Mrs.
were Mrs. Edwin Williams, grandmothers Cedar Key Saturday on Mr. i
Minnie of
Phillips Lawtey,
Barren's fifth
and Mrs.
Mrs. Homer Hart, Mrs. Mrs George Flynn, Sr. of
Wayne Douglas, Mrs. Mansell Starke, and Mrs. L. VV Barry, wedding anniversary. i For Sale II \
Ayer, Mrs. John Arthur Sr of Brooker. Also attendingwere I
!Mr. and Mrs. Abie Cohen
Reddish, Miss Betty Jane
1 Mi. N Of Raiford On S. 229 (Sanderson Rd) !Morgan, Mrs. J.C. Brown, Gainesville!Mrs. Sam and Crutchfield Mrs. L. W.of and !Mr.and Mrs Butch Bayesof at I ILotulon'sBeauty
Haver de Grace Md.vere
Mrs Fred Brown, Mrs.
Jr. of Palatka.
Barry,
of !Mrs. Jessie
Fronnie Crews, Mrs. Virgil recent visitors
Jordan Mrs. Gerald Griffis Mrs. Hardy presented Miss Chastain on Bedford Lake. I Slioppe IVI |
with and
Phillips a corsage a
Mrs. Chastain also had as a
!Mrs. Emory Prevatt, and
of her chosen
crystal.
Now piece weekend guest !Mrs. Wilma
Mrs. Milton Prevatt.
Open The hostess gift to the Newbern! of Mount Dora.MrsArlenMcKnightwas. Flowers By' Larry |

honoree was an electric fry i I
in
pan.About 100 guests were in- I Tampa Thursday and \Friday II Luther: Golden Kettle I

vited to be with Miss Barnes. ); : I I attending a committee II In Starke

Home Delivery Or Plant SalesFor
JAYCEES WIVES I
"? r II' I PriceJ :}ram $1 to $40 WII

!Mrs Gene Cooper of
Fast Dependable Service Call The Starke Jaycee wives I k' Chiefland was a Tuesday I GIIU00 Sepa.a/e J/emJ I II
auxiliary held its annual >I overnight guest of Mr and

Christmas party on Dec. 1 at New ) Mrs. C. L. Cooper. Wottf/ On O/-AJ\intI
Bill Or Debbie Hunnicutt Trader Jakes in Lake City. I I Iif
Owners The members and husbands ArrivalsMr I no.awKe

enjoyed a steak dinner and When the window Choose
you open Yours Now For Xmas
dancing. Gifts were ex ,
yourself, you get fresh air.
431-1530 changed.The When someone else opens it, I
next meeting will be you get a draft g And Give A Gift That's Different'II
held at the home ofIrs.! and !Mrs. Don H. Smithof Lucille J Goodyear In
Robert Blakewood. Gainesville, announce the
...,,-------------- _._-- -- birth of a daughter-Alice Joy, Pam I IV w e e k i y 1Cr f7gAki>1 1-1t53F 1d3)ef31 R5J-J SISJG; + S diJJ'
e t rs S SS'S S'S'S'S' S' ss rM S w raSa born Nov. 29, at Shands
Teaching Hospital. Maternal
grandparents are Mr. and

!Mrs. John A. Myers of .:
HAS Raiford Paternal grand ThTt'ii
STUMP'S GIFTS parents are Mr. and Mrs. rTiitjrsiii

Harvey Smith of Starke.Mr. I t4.'i


and Mrs. Kenneth Hart

&;c.: For Everyone Your daughter.announce Athena the birth Lynn of, on a for small appliances _

Nov. 27 in Titusville. Grand- your ,
parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Hart of Palatka and Mr.
List. and Mrs. Bob Patterson of
"" Starke. F.


I For Him FOP Her _


Mr.and !Mrs Gene Pass and FI -
.
Shirts Dress Large Selection Of son, Kevin, of Gainesville,
visited their mothers, !Mrs. irt:
And Sports Wear Dresses Elise Pass and Mrs. Betty

Crawford, on Sunday.

Suits-Pants Complete Line OfChildren'sWear Laurie Stallmgs of I (

Gainesville spent weekend p
with her grandparents, Mr
Manhattan Shirts and Mrs C. L. Dinkins. _
_
Ij BVD'S Pajamas Sweaters Blouses
!Mrs W. E. Thornton and
Mrs. W. H Hart attended the
;c Shoes For The wedding of Susan Manning to We '
SleepwearEntire Steven Rabbe in Clermont went lo the source, m Family Saturday. people who repair 9.5IM( ) small electric
appliances j year

Men's and Boy's Gloves Handbags !Mr.and Mrs. Dick Landis '" 1 1 heir reputation depends on

Jacksonville were weekend knowing how to get things gome again
--r. Levis Casual Dusters guests of Rev. and Mrs John M Who could be hewer informed about
Pretty Flynn and attended the taking care of them in the first place0
and
Dress Pants \Flonda-FSU game. i'x We had questions about how

;. Pants Suits Shirts jou can get more life out of some of
!Mrs. Nora Price and Mrs.
,, Bedroom Slippers of your small appliances. And save on
w Kate Frum Mobile, Ala. are '
replacement and .
visiting their sister, Mrs repairs
3t These are a few of the .
Panty Hose Vergie \Fl>'nn. \ answers
Jeans Jackets we got.

!Mrs. Claude Crow son is I.1 Keep \i>ur ehulrie penolamr mil of Hitter
And Don't Forget Our convalescing at home with Most electric percs can't he immersed in water
Ir TShirtsShortsTiesSocks several fracutred ribs which or the heating element will short out or rust
she received in a fall at The out Check the directions thai came with
your
Complete Selection O'f
Telegraph office several percolator

weeks ago. 2. Taken tm>vnn M>ur blcmltr D n'it overwork

Slips-Panties Bras-Etc. it.heavy Never baiters.use it lo crush ice cubes or mix loo

Come In And Brouse C. L. Cooper celebrated his I 3. Ai'fllw
s 56th birthday Sunday night at / primp clean of greave tin tour
elnlrickillct..
Around Shoes From a family dinner given by his If greasy overeat plugged
You're the
Sure TotsTo son-in-law and daughter. Mr. Info probe, they can and Burn

and Mrs. Harold Branham, at out the probe.Clean the prongs regular! with
Find I It At Stump's their home in Hampton.Mr. soap and water drying them well belore their
next use.

/If He's one On 91 To Grand Pa.. and Mrs. J. B. Dansbyof 4. Help \rnir hair Jntr cm>l H DOn't replace
Perry were Sunday visitorsof I a deer in IL case while Mill hoi 1 his causes
Mr. and Mrs. R. O Dansby, the plastic lo warp because of heal buildup

3. Haw 10 tare for alt applumt. Read and
J. G. Caldwell celebratedhis KORIDA POWER 1 I IliHf COMPANY follow the instruction on the laM or hang

Store 77th birthday Sunday lag Keep appliances clean, And disconnect
Stump's Dept. afternoon at a family get- People. .serving people. by pulling (he plug, not the utrJ
together at Caldwell home on
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used (In From)the Page forthcoming 1)) got decided together they among had yesterday waited themselvesthat long and particular this"We?" all," are.said Boatwright.Nobody in (From Page 1) Jackson stopping on was travel charged portion with of! I if sd ft .lJf I

enough.They are the best men
emergency.One "Suppose we don't hire the Raiford, while running a red hi was chargedwith :
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the had. I would cut following
former city'sever
city lineman, entire crew back. How will it light on SK-200, Nov. 29. too closely.
Gerald Crosby told the my pay to, dive these men affect you?" asked Commissioner Damages to both vehicleswere

Telegraph this week more money. Schaefer."It estimated at $600, according [
however that he was never "But that is not your wun't affect Melanie Hale
me none, to Officer J. L. 1.
contacted about substituting prerogative said Tucker. said Boatwright. Howard's Ms. Merrillwas i
report. &
for the striking employees. After being told that his first charged with careless Wins Jewelry Iw4aYMth&hthFestive ,
responsibility was to the city
Crosby says that neither he Each of the following em- driving.A .
nor J. W. Sasser, both of Graudon agreed, saying ployees, Tommy Har- 1 X>6 Ford truck,driven by -
whom The Telegraph was told "When) you've got the best denbrook John Crews Robert John Whitehouse, Sales ContestLAKE -
last Wednesday would be crew you have ever had, it's Merren Lester
Lizenbee Archer,collided with a parked dresses light ,fJ
hard to yourself
present to work Thursday separate Willingham Leslie Crews owned by
1972 Oldsmobile
work morning in place would of have the gone regular to from pathetic them.to their'Being requests sym., I Jr.and, Ray Wendell Craven Grover, J. W. Whittle made Lucy Barton White Starke, on Melanie Hale BUTLER, daughter- Miss Mr ; up the holidays -! ;
SK-200, Nov. 30. Damage was -
and Mrs. D. M. Hale of Lake -
felt that if they quit, I was
power plant employees even if their appearance before the estimated the Old- !!
they had been asked. compelled to go along with commissioners.Most not on Butler was awarded the High !! We have just received .M
( smobile, and no charges were
Teenage Hostess Award by
them.
Crosby said the information made to Lt. Harold IMa beautiful collection ;
released by the city about Mayor Tucker then asked, of the former em- according. the well known jewelry firm a
substitutes being willing to go "What would you do if a ployees were re-hird by the Crews'1964 report.A Pontiac driven by Sarah Coventry.Miss of the newest styles for ..
to work may be a large factor similar situation should arise unanimous vote of the com- of .
Teedoe Harris Jr.
in the change of mind the 30, 60 or 90 days from now." missioners. Two however, Beach, went ,out of Daytona control Hale was high dollar the holidays .let us .
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workers experienced. Had the Graudon replied with a escaped termination of their while passing another vehicleon saleswoman for the North help select one
strikers known that some of question "How many times jobs by a 3-2 vote. SK-16 Dec. 1. Officer Florida and Southern Georgia .. you : 111.
those named in The Telegraphhad has this happened in the 11" George Tomosovitch's report region under Regional 4* for"her". ..
not been years that I've been here? After the interviews M : M.--
contacted and, in stated that Harris stated while Director Juanita Watkins. :: _
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case, would not back Commissioner McHae Commissioner Silcox said that
any to
go traveling west on SR-16, he During a company sponsored -
work for the city the strikers asked Graudon, "What would the commissioners them- noticed a car in front of him multi-million dollar sale-a- ..
may have held out longer, .you do if you had a selves were not blameless in making a right turn onto a thon Miss Hale sold more than .1P- .1O'Mr
Crosby said.Crosby troublemaker in your" crew six the showdown, saying that private drive. While passingon 31,20oworth of jewelry duringa _- -0
said he resents his months from now? they had perhaps erred in the three week period to win the
the right to avoid contact
name being given out by the "He would be fired, replied past in requiring the gas Harris stated that he lost coveted award. .-. --
city as having been contactedand Graudon. department and the meter control when passing, causinghis -
as being willing to come Commissioner Silcox said cut-offs to be placed under car to cross the center line, 1"Or
back to work during the "We appreciate your position, Graudon's supervision into the east bound lane and For her efforts she will -
but there is thin line go -
a very thereby spreading him over receive a diamond pendantand
emergency
made contact with a light pole -
It was determined by the separating supervision and too large an area. and cable box where his treasure chest jewelry ....
commissioners that a ready loyalty to your men,and thereis ensemble along with an in- -- .-.
which that line "I can't but believe vehicle came to a stop. ,
source of manpower could be a point at help Damages to the Pontiac vitation to attend the company's ..
not be crossed by a that something good is goingto
may
made available on an area convention and -
and Harris
estimated at
emergency basis from off person in a supervisory come out of all of this," $700 jamboree in Port St. Lucie Ili i IpO .
Whenever it is Silcox continued. "I know and was charged with followingtoo .- -
duty workers and those who position. close.A Dec. 15.Miss. ..isM
would be able to work a double crossed problems such as this we all know that we have Chevrolet .-.
1970 truck
are bound to arise." internal problems that con-
shift in their of -
own place
employment, and then work Following Graudon was tinually need our attention.But ( driven by Johnnie Jackson, Hale will be accompanied ..
Clinton who these all have their Starke, collided with a 1967 to the conventionby
another shift in the Boatwright, was men PANTSUITS
city power
Oldsmobile, driven by Harace the Lake Butler Area
questioned by the commissioners homes here and they certainly
at Starke. _
plant in a similar needed their jobs'Commissioner Dean, Starke on Old Lawtey Fashion Show Director Mrs. 'a- i
After it became known
to manner. Wigginssaid Road, Dec. 2. Damages to the Lynn Long who was also a .
the commissioners that the Olds were estimated at $1,000(( winner during the company'ssales What gal eP
far I'm
crisis could be averted the Mayor Tucker asked, "Why "As as con- every ;
following day they authorizedfour did you walk off the job?" cerned, the matter is closed." Tomosovitch's according to report.Officer drive. would love for
"I walked off because the
former employees of the '
city to report for duty the next others did," replied Boat ... _'.. Christmas {/ _1e
wright. 0
morning.Because of spoken threats Commissioner McRae said, .. one of the seasons newest :.

uttered by some of the em- "What we're trying to find out .. Pant outfits from Silverman. :.
the commissioners is: Who is the instigator of all d
ployees
ordered Police Chief Jimmy Drop a hint you'll soon find out. rY"'
Bowen to station a police 1?
officer at the power plant -
ilit11t.1
the r
during night.Of
the 13 employees, three PUT IT ALL TOGETHER. ,
had a change of mind duringthe e
night and elected to R with the help of SilvermansThe d' o

remain on the job. The other layered look takes t
10 did, however, walk off the up Gifts for 1
job and made their appearance your shape when you coordinatethe

scheduled at time city of hall 8'39:at the to CJ..I; 16;;;: favorite man. cuffed pants with blouse,

carry out the threatened walk sweater and jacket. '
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out.After thoroughly con- CQ"pcJ2 Handsome gifts for every z, S We have a terrific selectionto
the matter the
sidering during
day, the disgruntled employees A Great Sunday School! man on your list. to please your favorite j cr
finally requested t I t
Commissioner Charles 9:45: a.m. Great new fashion girl

Schaefer to prevail upon 2 Inspiring Worship ideas to make their t f \ i
Mayor Commissioner Tuckerto Services!
call another special I It I :OOa.m. and 7:30: p.m. Christmas merry. I i I a
meeting to hear them. !;
The request of the ex- University of Christian We've got his = f : f

employees of the city was Training! favorites. Traditional, = i Q .. + :...... ,
with the .
granted stipulationfrom 6:15p.m. = 'f:.. !!
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the commissioners that contemporary and i :. 'bf -
they would be heard and Join the happy folks at ... .c /5 .. -
conferred with on an indIvidual First Baptist this week and in-between. Drop 'i ; J (fili .'" ;
basis only. express faith in God. J I t:
your < f -
With that t understanding the !Hear the Bible taught and in and make your just- d -i/: ..
convened with all of
meeting preached in all its wonder for-him selections now. ._ _
.
the commissioners present.At and beauty. PERFECT GIFT IDEA.
the beginning of the ,1
meeting Commissioner "We are Committed toCare" BODY BRIEF AND
Schaefer said, "We have
'
several vacancies now DRESS SHIRTS ; '' f BODY BLOUSE ;

existing at the city power "The Church with a Heart SPORT SHIRTS ''
plant and on the line crew. In the Heart of Starke" '+ Fashion designs with
These men are here to make SWEATERSSLACKS ,: ..
applications for those jobs." Call 964-6562 r1 ;;. dress collar, turtleneck, _

Former Power Plant for( free transportationSave ) and other
Superintendent George TURTLENECK ;I \ many styles. i

Graudon was the first job Cooperate to SHIRTS and SWEATERSSOX .1 Great for "stocking stuffers."

applicant to be interviewed by conserve energy-turn out Ce. 1 O
the commissioners. all your lights and go to Q .
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Tucker asked "Do BELTS
Mayor Church this week! .
v M .-k:. Q.A
you want to come back to
Sunday School-f,4!.,m. ROBES ....., -
work for the city?
Morning Worship-11 o'clock SPORTCOATS !! 0"" Jt:; ..p"1":;; .':"" ?.' -J.J.:; -7 "
"Sure! This is my home. IS "" .. "'" ; -
Church Training- : p.m. t': .o" --
Graudon replied."Do Cvanlng Wo..hlp-fIO p.m. CORDUROY JACKETS Iii i, .. i., 'm.1i:1'1'0: : ..
you realize that "when LEATHER COATS '\ .' '.,'. -
you walked off the job this "The Church With a Heart, ( .; \ 0' -
morning that you were not In the Heart of Starke" KNIT SHIRTS t I I t sit :

running your men, they were '1 d }i : i
SHOES : .: Jli tf
running you?" B.n P.Bryant tjlr.--- t aa2a 1/ rf I If l
"I I admit that we did Pastor AND DOZENS OF i _
wrong" Graudon said. "We William OorgXlnimrotMuile. OTHER ITEMS. I1! 111\\\1 'I!': ,"y" '. < 111'Ile
said that we would wait until riles r l i \'I : Lit[ -
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next Wednesday, but the men r-J ... '..:. \\I \t1'JI'Ij.. y ..,, r .. ((1' 1 !_!
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Effective March 1, 1974 :


MOBILE HOME TIE-DOWN i'r'J; \ 't"'"1 I. f .t: 111 ll) ..

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Required By State Law \\ ........... Baubles and Beads! ;

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National Guard Sgt. Charles Schaefer addresses studentsand I, first named Armistice Day on Nov. 11,1918.
'- teachers of Starke Elementary recently during Veterans Students participated by singing the National Anthem.
I 4; : Day activities. Schaefer spoke on the significance of "My Country 'Tis of Thee" and pledged the flag.
Veterans! Day honoring veterans of all wars since World War


These Lawtey Elementary students won certificates for Barby Newport and Scotty Anders Standing In the back Is Business Loan Applications May Now Be Submitted To FItS
Veterans Day activities recently.They are from (1-r) Robbie Principal Jim Duncan and Sgt. Charles Schaefer.
Brice. Cathy Diggs George Loznicka. Tammy Denton, Pre-applications for porations should submit pand business enterprises in Public bodies also are
business and industrial loansin applications to banks or other rural areas and cities up to eligible for grants to finance
lenders. Those whose Loan funds industrial sites that will resultin
Alachua and Bradford private 50,000 population.
National Guard Plans Christmas Dinner Dec. 9 counties may be filed with the loans are approved will may be used for working development of private
Farmers Home Ad. receive loans from the private capital,' to purchase business enterprises.Additional .
ompany D, 53rd Spt Bn, advise the mess sergeant of The Inspector General, Hq week training period will be ministration office in lenders, but guaranteed up to machinery and equipment information is
Tcai National Guard unit will through the first sergeant at First U. S. Army, Ft. Meade, held at Camp Blanding from Gainesville.This 90 percent by FIIA. Funds and to buy land buildings and available at the FHA county
mduct training Dec. 9, 1973 the last training assembly as Maryland, inspected the local April 28 through May 12, 1974. announcement was may be used to start or ex- permanent fixtures. office.
nd will have their annual to how many guests they unit Nov. 29. Captain J. R. Qualified personnel in- made by FHA County --.. ., ... ... .
'hnstmas dinner at this time. expected. Approximately 120 Reddish, unit commander, terested in joining the guardare Supervisor Charles E. Snell, -"- -
Members' wives are invited to guests are planning to attend comments that the local unitis invited to visit the armoryto who said provisions of the
attend the dinner. SFC Ivan the Sunday dinner in good shape, is up to discuss the guard's Rural Development Act will
ovington, food service Dec. 9 will be the only strength, but could use a few program. Members are paid soon be operating in the two-
program stated that the training day for the month of more good men Equipment is from $50 to $120 for each area.
E-nnual luncheon will be December. in good shape and training has weekend training period, county Snell explained that a letterof DRINKING AT
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Bradford High basketballers were out-hustled in the last quarter last Tuesday

night in Macclenny to get beat by the Wildcats 52-50 in the opening game for both


1974 Football Team Oit teams.Donnie Sewell led the Tornadoes in the scoring department with 18 points from

nine field goals. Curtis White was the only other player to get in double figures with

.. 14 points.White hit six field goals and one foul shot.
Next year's Bradford Coach Hurse. playing time In.
varsity team should have a lot Mark Hildreth started the "He will be a sophomorenext Bradford dominated the two from Curtis White on lead 4846. Then a basket by
more experience on the offensive season on the specialty teams year and he has a game until early in the fourth jump shots and one by Sewell Wildcat Paige put Macclennyeven
and defensive lines and did a fine job, and due to tremendous responsibility in quarter when the Wildcats and the other by Abie further ahead 50-46 with
with numerous players injuries stepped up and preparing himself to play s came from a 44-38 deficit with Williams.This put Bradford in 5'20: left in the game.
returning from this year's started several games offensively ) quarterback as a 10th grader 1:06: left in the game and took front 38-26 with 3:31: left in the Then Alvaughn Golden got
team. and defensively. with a veteran -team,' says the Tornadoes 52-50 at the end third quarter. hold of the ball twice and each
This week Head Coach "Hildreth showed good improvement Hurse. of the game. Then the Wildcats struck time made a 20 foot shot at the
David Hurse commented on and with a good off "We are expecting a Starting the game Mac back with three straight from basket for four Tor-
the individual linemen. Last season program could be a number of boys to come out clenny drew first blood with Carter and Hope to close the nado points that tied the gameup
week Coach Hurse spoke of definite starter," comments that were not out last year, but 7:14 left in the first quarter gap to 3832. 50-50 with 4:23: left in the
the backs and split ends. Hurse. we don't count on these people when Mike Carter went up fora See-saw scoring by both game.
Seniors Charles Crawford, Early Chandler started at until they have come out for lay up and the first two teams left the Tornadoes in points that tied the game up
Steve Register and Marshall linebacker on defense and spring training," according to points. Bradford took the first front 44-38 at the end of the 50-50 with 4:23: left in the

Cloversettle led the line with guard on offense."I Hurse. lead with three straight field third quarter.An game.
age and experience.Steve hope we can play Earlyone "We expect a number of goals one each by Sheldon explosion in the Wildcat Then with 2:43: minutes left
Register was the most way and we want that to boys to come out that were not Hodge, Donnie Sewell, and offense and a slump in the in the game the last and
experienced and played more be of defense," says Hurse. out last year, but we don't Alvaughn Golden. This put Bradford defense led the way winning score as done by
than the other two. Register Junior Donnie Sewell, 61 count on these people until BHS in front 8-4 with 4:35: left to Macclenny taking a fourth Wildcat Kenny Paige on a lay
started two years as an offensive and 210 pounds, started at they have come out for spring in the first period. period lead.A up. Macclenny tried to waste
center and defensive guard and the defensive training"according to Hurse. r The scoring see-sawed, BHS lay-up by C. Jefferson a time and when BHS got the
tackle. Coach Hurse says noseman. Right now coachesare "Next year could be a good taking the heavy side of the field goal and two foul shots by ball all they had was bad luck
there is a chance that he may considering moving him to year. It depends on the attitude board. At the end of the first John Kennedy plus a basket and Macclenny won the ball
get a scholarship. Last year end and tight end, accordingto and hard work that period BHS was in front 16-9. each by Carter and Paige was game.
Register was one of the top Hurse. must be done between now Starting into the second the scoring of Macclenny.With "We jut got out-hustled,"
tacklers with a total of:1 Marlin Thornton saw and football season. We must quarter, Macclenny closed the 5.48 left in the game says Head Varsity Coach
tackles with 12 assists. considerable action as of- build depth so that injuries do gap a little with two straight the Wildcats took over the Mike Sexton of the game.
Charles Crawford was out fensive center and showed not hurt our team as it did last Tornado Alvaughn Golden makes this difficult shot las. 20-foot shots, one by Robert "They just wanted to win the
for football at Bradford for good improvement. Right now year," concluded Hurse. Tuesday night. Bradford lost to Baker County 33-50. Hope and the other .by Mike Conner Wins game more than we did and
four years."He is a very he is the leading candidate for Carter. they forced" us into several

dedicated player and helpedour starting center next year. After two,hook baskets by Bantam Flag mistakes. "
"We lost
football team an awful lot "Both offensively and Sheldon Hodge and one long our composure,
and contributed valuably by defensively we lost nine UC Tigers Win 69-47 shot by Macclenny by Hope Football Title concluded Mike Carter Sexton. the
his kicking" says Coach starters but we feel like we the score was 20-14( with 4:60: was leading
Hurse. can replace most of them," left in the first half. Conner Insurance took scorer for Macclenny with 14
Marshall Cloversettle; says Hurse. Right now the Then the Wildcats came home the Bantam Flag points from six field goals and
suffered injuries for most of toughest problem is to fill the FiveUnion back with two shots from 20 to Football Championship but one foul shot.Bradford .
Over Fe
Santa had bad
the year but finally saw actionin quarterback spot. 25 feet by Claude Rhoden and barely made it as they slippedby the charity line a night at
the last ball game. "He is a "No one in that position has Hope to close the gap to 20-18 the Branding Iron by a half of the making none
very hard worker and a very experience" according to County's Tigers won season. with Jack McGill leading (the with 14 seconds left in the first game. three attempts. Mac-
deserving young man," says Hurse. Jimmy Prevatt haspulled their opening basketball game Last week the Raiders Tigers in that department. Conner Insurance finishedthe clenny made four of its seven
half.Three for
Hurse. up to varsity after the Tuesday night at home in opened up against Buchholzand "1 think offensively Stanley straight shots by season with a record of 7-4- attempts Score 49 percent.
There were five juniors for fourth game of the year and Lake Butler against tough lost 88-75. Jones did a real good job for Sewell compared to three 1, while Branding Iron camein BHS By Quarters:
BHS playing at tackle practiced with the rest of the Santa Fe 69-47 handing Santa The Tigers took: the lead in us," says Head Coach Jimmy baskets by Macclenny gave second with a 7-5 record. Macc 16 1t: 166-50
positions. They are Mark varsity. He didn't get much Fe its second loss of theTiger the first quarter and kept it for Thomas. "Santa Fe played a Bradford a-28-22 lead at the Conner's tie came at the handof BHS -9 Curtis 13 16 24-52 White 7-0-14}

Hildreth, Gary Rowe, Tommy the rest of the game and tough game." half. Starke Builders. Kitchen'sTile Able Williams 2-O-4 ,
Edwards, Gary Wallace, and -- ----- -- ----. --- furthered the gap each .',',We were playing a pretty Shortly after the third ,finished third with a 5-7 Golden 3-0-6, Donnie, Alvaughn Sewell 9-
Donnie Neel. quarter. good defense," commented period got under way Bradford record while Starke Builders
Gary Rowe, 5'10 and 195 Union County had a bright Thomas.UC got four straight baskets- ended with 4-7-1. (See Page 8))
pounds, can develop into a defense, proving it with more took an 11-9 first quarter
good player through a good off than 50 rebounds for the night; lead and had a 7 point lead of
season program and "with a 25-18 by half time. In the third
lot of hard work has a chanceof quarter the Tigers outscored Baby Reds 35-33
Grid Edge
developing into a good rvrJi BanquetSet Santa Fe 20-15( to take a 5S-32
player," says Hurse. d lead. Both teams made 14 '
Tommy Edwards, 6'1 and i Dec. 13 points in the fourth quarterand
230 pounds, has a very good iV the game ended 6947.
potential and was a starter The annual Bradford High Score By Quarters: By Baker In Macclenny
during the last half of the School football banquet is set LB 11 14 20 1469SF
season before injury of his wrli,6 rt-, i 9 9 15 1447LBSterely -
next Thursday, Dec. 13, at 7
knee. put him out of action. rgf'V p.m. at the Starke Golf and Jones 8-0-16} Joe Bradford junior varsity from both Robert Best and rebounds and Emmett Bright
"Tommy, with a good off Country Club. Maxwell 5-0-10, Abe Perry 5-0-) cagers came from behind Lavern Marks, gave the baby with four. Willis Berry had
season program could make Coach Don Breaux wide 10.Jack McGill 7-1-15, Roman Tuesday night in the fourth cagers a two point 35-33 win four assists.
one of the better tackles in the receiver coach for the Stuart 0-0-0 Stanel Young 408. period in Macclenny for a 35- over Macclenny.
conference and possibly the University of Florida's Total 29169. 33 win over Baker's Baby "We played a real fine game STATISTICS
state. He has unlimited Fighting Gator gridders, will SF Dennell Robinson 4+8, Wildcats in the first game of for our first. Everybody did a
potential with a fine attitude," be the featured speaker. Tick Duval 2-1-5, Dwight the season for both teams. good job both offensively and SCORE BY QUARTERS
comments Coach Hurse. r' Coach Breaux served last Jenkins 4-2-10, Donald Davis Macclenny led 6-4 after the defensively," commented
Donnie Neel, biggest playeron rp football season with the 3-1-7, Carlton Bevin()"l-llIIilt first period and 16-12 at the junior varsity Coach Wayne BHS 4 8 7 16 35
the team at 6'0 and 275 Houston Oilers, and before Thorn 6-O-12, Edward Darrell McLeod. Macc 610710.33
pounds, "showed trememdous that coached at the University 1-0-2, Harry Gassett 1-0-2.( half.The Tornado offense closed Top scorer for Bradford was
improvement last year and is a of Arkansas and Florida State Total 21547. the score in the third quarteron Milton Baker with 18 points on BHS Berry 4-0-8} Baker 8-2-
a tough kid.With a little added University. three baskets by Willis eight field shots and two foul 18, Ross 1-4-6, Marks 2-4-4,
speed Neel could see a lot of The public is invited to Berry and one each by Milton shots. Willis Berry pitched in Moody 215.Macclenny.
action next year." t attend the banquet. Admissionis Baker and Lavern Marks to four field shots for eight Wilcox 2-0-4,
Gary Wallace, 5'11 and 265 $3.50 for aduls and $2.50 for within one point, 2223. Four points. Kennedy 1-2-4, Statcher 4-0-8,
pounds, began the year children. Reservations may baskets by Baker, two by Defensively Bradford had Ford 6-2-14, Davis 0-2-2, Bones
starting at strong side tackle. be made through today The -ideas some early Darell Moody and one basket Alfred Ross with five (0-1-1.
i "Gary can weigh in next (Thursday, Dec. 6)) by phoningMrs. Americans had about med
I season at 235, could be an all Wanda Prevatt at icine were rather green. The JV will meet Madison
I conference player, but needsto Bradford High School, or after They thought that roasted tomorrow night at 6:30: at
I increase his speed," 'says! school, at home, number 964- and powdered frogs could home in Starke, then travel toGainesville's Say Merry Christmas with a_
I Hurse. "The only way he can 7934. reduce fevers Buchholz next
do this is to lose weight." Tuesday.
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said Wilt Albrlton blocks this Santa Fe shot and saves two -
tough 145 pounds, points against his team last Tuesday night In Lake Butler.
Hurse. SMALL CHILDREN!
Junior David Harper 5'8 .
165 pounds, saw action on the Men's Title '- I SAVE TOUCH&SEW'
Unsafe
specialty teams and has good Flag Breakable Glass in STORM
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experience and with good off q (n ?{ \ d DOORS can cause Serious Injuries. S5D OFF sewing machine with

season program could see a case br your
lot of action to Hurse.next year, according Game Played Tues. BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE PRICE REG.carrying choice of cabinetsSave

Alan Norton, 5'8 and IK
the The Men's Flag Football perfect 8-0 record while INSTALLpJFLEXOGLAZE 1
pounds, saw action on
League was scheduled to Badcock Furniture, lastyear's .
specialty teams and needs wrap $50 whether you :
quickness and size and could up its 1973 season Tuesday champion, trailed witha prefer a carrying case or
night with Starke Builders record of 83. CunninghamGulf
lot of offensive action beautiful cabinet! This
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Gulf was in third with recordof
meeting Cunningham a
next year, according to Hurse. e machine has many stretch i
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Social custom of exchanging cards


Ii City All Promises, No Action Resident Chargesby from one greeting in 1843to

interested in grows
i "All I've heard since being "The manholes are stickingout pave streets nobody lives on saying, "Geiger Road organization that was information.
I in Starke is nothing but eight inches above the snapped Hoffler. "The wholestory needs to be fixed so we'll be getting said that the
Pierce
is no big shots live better able to dodge them Attorney than 3-billion annually
promises and no cotton- street level, and I've worn out on did not have a separate more
Geiger Road." cotton-picking drunks out city
picking results, Geiger Road two trucks since being here. ordinance but suggested that
1\\ residents R. N. Hoffler said That road was supposed to be "And there's another there every Friday and of the
the requirements Most of the
Tuesday night, Dec. 4, as he limerocked. I would like to see thing, continued Hoffler, Saturday. Statutes would have to traditions of are known to exist and two noted artist and member of
Florida the
II
I'F described conditions of that some action, but no more of "we pay city taxes out there Commissioner Schaefer and followed and that Christmas season have of these, Including the only the Royal Academy to design -
I just like but Street Supt. S. R. Hicks be application evolved over the centuries card
road to Starke com them cotton-picking everybody else would have to be unsigned and unposted the now-famous
missioners. promises." we have no fire protection and agreed to make an inspection from so many obscure specimen, are part of the as an unusual means of expressing -
"The grader has been on Commissioner Schaefersaid no police protection." and evaluation of Hoffler's madedirecUytotheSocretarycomplaints. sources and different cul- Hallmark Historical Collection his kind wishes to
Geiger Road just one time in "Before the city can do Police Chief Jimmy Bowen, Wednesday of State for licensing bingo purposes tures that their exact orI- the world's largest friends at the holiday sea-
the last 149 days" said Hof anything out there, we've who attended the meeting morning. Early to operate a game. gins are almost Impossibleto private repository of greet-
fler, describing himself and gotta find $20,000 to pay the assured Hoffler that he would In other actions at theUnanimously Lennon to fill appointed the un- trace. ing cards and related mem- son.This was the golden age
his neighbors and city taxpayers costs of the work. look into the matter. meeting: Levy But there Is one out- orabilia. ,
expired term of L M. Gainesto of Christmas In England a
"You've found the monev to Hoffler closed his remarks!! -Agreed to issue a permit standing exception: the exchange holidayswere
Board. time when the
the Starke Zoning
to the Moose Club authorizing of greeting cards. Safekeeping
them to put on a drive for the The vacancy was created This social custom, whIchIs When not on display in observed with greater
. Baker Rolls. benefit of the Richard Crews upon the appointment of reverence and more elabor-
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(From 7)) now almost universally museums and similar InstI-
Page director In
Gaines as of the ate celebrations than any
Fund later in the i
Kidney observed, Is one of the tutions, the collection Is .
Bradford County Zoning period before or since.
0-18, Sheldon Hodge 3-< -Commissioner Schaefer The personal exchange
Elva Hampton 102.- Totals Rufus Johnson 2-0-4) Claude varsity starts at 8 p,m. Next -Authorized minor ditions. structed vault at Hallmark good wishes visiting homesto
25-0-50 Rhoden 204.) Totals Tornadoes requested a "pomt-of- The first card, Cards in Kansas City Mo.
I 23452. Tuesday the travelto information" from City Attorney alterations at city hall to very authorities toast a friend's good 1
Mace John Kennedy 3-2-8, Friday night Bradford has Gainesville to play George Pierce with provide additional space forreferencetotheoperationofa now agree, Is the Sir Henry Cole, a wealthy health,carol-singing,bring- ,
C.Jefferson 1-0-2- Mike Carter
its first home game against Buchholz. storage purposes for, the celebrated Cole-Horsley designed London gentleman and ing In the Yule log, and i
Madison. The junior varsity bingo game within the city clerk's office and the police and printed in Lon- founder of the Victoria and great family dinners were ':
department. don In 1843. Only a dozenof Albert Museum, asked his
limits. Schaefer said that an all In vogue.
.INIM the original 1,000 copies friend, John C. Horsley, '
The year that Sir Henry'scard ;

Photos To Appear On Driving Licensescomputer was also appeared the year, incidentally In which, I\

f ; (another of his friends, !

Florida began takes and Johanna Fowler used in checking ,Charles Dickens, published
issuing photo- costing $3,200, attended 'A Christmas Carol," the
drivers licenses, on the spot, develops the picture of alt week-long sessions in licenses. She learned that Immortal story of Ebenezer '{,-
with no 60 day wait for p';cants who pass the driver s Tallahassee learning to Florida is the only state with
4 $! processing, on December 3. test. Then with help from the operate the photorecorder and central issuance of licenses Scrooge, Bob Cratchlt and i
a 1 l i 't A photorecorder machine testing operator, cuts and and local processing on the Tiny Tim. '\
rf71 used in the process was laminates the 2x3 inch Guaranty Fed spot. The first Christmas card
L''r 'd.v' received in Starke last license. The state charges an ad- had three panels.The large I i
T'k Monday. The machine. Driver testing agentVIMMOP ditional 50 cents for placingthe center panel showed a fam- $
Wins Small Fry photo on the license. fly dinner gathering and \
Original applicants and the two side panels illus- \
MHVM ua.IrATMri renewals from N-Z may trated the still popular hol- ?
i tall R4 h. ''"TOT .._............ I." Football Title purchase four year per- iday charities feeding the |
_.. uc mission to operate a motor hungry and clothing the ?
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Federal
.... rr..r.uunrt..u.trr wT Guaranty Loan of Starke Savingsand vehicle. Others must renew needy. Beneath the Illustrations -
; r-;;,....'"..,_... Small Football won the after two years and the was the universal
A 1 Fry Flag renewal test must be passed greeting: "A Merry Christ-
League Championship by
every four years,Fowler said. mas and a. Happy New
finishing with a 9-2-1 record Prior to this innovation an Year."
$ fi 9 but just squeezing by Ken- applicant waited 60 days for -4i.M I
.. tucky Fried Chicken by one the processing from No matter how many
IIf ) ws > : :::". game as KFC finished the Tallahassee. Now the time communes anybody Invents, Q

t Y ti ', i'' .,.......,......,.........,-'"."-.... ... .... ......-.. year with a record of 8.3.1.Guaranty's from passing the test to the family always. creeps l''
) losses came at leaving with the license is 15 back.M rg r t Ma in ;
.... the hands of KFC and Community minutes less. M g i I nGAINESVILLE .
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1 t Sample pictured above Is the actual size of license receivedby Community Bank took third a
place with a record of 3-7-2
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CHURCH SCHEDULE Elizabeth Terry on their way at Calvary Baptist Church,
ship Services,11 a.m.and 7:30: .
home from a visit with their Starke with Mr. and Mrs.Donal
Church of God Sunday 7:30 p.m.: Prayer. meeting Monday Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston by Elizabeth Terry Mr.and Mrs. Ossie Wiggins, mother, Mrs. Raulerson. Wilkison and were
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- p.m.LAWTEY Wednesday to Friday.Mr. of Jacksonville, were Sunday their dinner guests.
vices, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. ELEMENTARY Priest, of Parsippany N. J. she spent two weeks with her guests of their parents, Mr. Mrs. H. C. Wainwright and
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, SCHOOL NEWS and Mrs. Freddie Mrs. Priest remained for a sister in California. and Mrs. B. L. Wilkinson, Sr. Miss Arthurine Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs,
7:30: p.m.Faith Dinkins and daughter, of longer visit visited her sister, Miss Enza of Jacksonville,were guests of
Baptist Church Lakeland, spent a few days Mr.and Mrs.Wayne Teston, Mrs. Pierce Crews spent Blanchard, of Macclenny on their brother-in-law and
The fourth and fifth
Radio Program over WPXE grades with their grandmother, Mrs.P. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly of Starke, spent Sunday with several days with her son anddaughterinlaw Thursday.Mr. sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
played each other in an exciting -
Starke, 8 a.m. Sundays, Bible football The final L. Dinkins. Another guest visited their brother and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,Mr. and Mrs. North and family, in
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- score was 24 to game.24 and scoring was her daughter, Mrs. Jim sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. Earl Teston, and family. W. S. Crews and family, in and Mrs. Joe English, Jacksonville.Mrs. .
vies 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. took place In except Burton, of Jacksonville, who W. Kelly, of Winter Haven, on Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. Mildred French, and
every way Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly .Pierce Crews attendedthe
School on Bible Doctrine field arrived Wednesday fora visit. Monday.Mr. Daniel Wilkison, of
Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor's The by Christmas goals. visited their cousins, Mr. and and Mrs. Pete Petry, Jacksonville, and Mr. and "Open House" of Larry's
home, Prayer meeting be presented Programwill at the Mrs. Joyce Futch, of and Mrs. Pete Petry Mrs. Sam Gillispie, Sr., of Jr., and family, of Arcadia, Mrs. C. T. Watson and son, of Flower Shop in Starke on
Blackshear and of Arcadia, were Fort Meade, on Tuesday. to Miss attended services Sunday afternoon.Look .
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Bible December 11 PTA Meeting by Ga., spent family stopped by see Macclenny
Study. the first and fifth grades. several days with her sister, weekend guests of their _.
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Everyone is Invited. Miss Elizabeth Terry, while mother, Mrs. Loca Raulerson. na annva n n v un n vv
United Methodist Women Mrs. Fuller's BUS Drama attending to business down Other guests were her other
were hostesses for a Stork this way. son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
Class will present a play at the
Shower for Mrs. Paul Kemp school on December 12 and the and Mrs. Edward Browardand ftft
Thursday morning at the BUS Chorus will sing at 9:45: Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rivers, family, of Jacksonville, What's Come In !ftft
church. The ladies presentedher Tuesday, December 18. of Union Springs, Ala., were on Saturday. 9 ftft
with gifts after which The second grades are weekend guests of their sister
refreshments were served to providing Christmas Mrs. Pierce Crews. Mr.and Mrs. Bobby Rosier, 9 ftft
the 18 ladies their father, Robert Rosier, of 9
present.
decorations for the school ftft
cafeteria for the month of Mrs.Daisy Boch, Lynn, and Jacksonville, were guests of 9 Time For Christmas. ftft I
Highland Baptist Church, December. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, spent his parents,Mr. and Mrs. Jim ",9 II
the weekend with her son-in- Rosier on Saturday.Mrs. .
Sunday School 9:45: a.m, Please let the school office *
Worship Services, 11 am.- know if you would like to eat law and daughters, Mr. and 9 I
Choir Practice, 6:30: p.m Christmas dinner with your Mrs.Virgil Griffis and family B. E. McCulley ftft
Evening Service 7:30: p.m. children on Thursday,Dec. 13. and Mrs. Maines Griffis andchildren returned home Thursday aftera E ftft
Prayer Meeting Wednesday of Palatka. visit with her son-in-law and
7:30: p.m.Northside. PERSONALS daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Scott ftft
Mrs. Ronnie Mosley and Davies Wahiawa, Hawaii, 9 ftft .
Baptist Church, Vernon Teston of Little daughter, of Maxville, were They went sightseeing over
Sunday School 10 a.m. WorAUTO Rock,Ark. visited his parents, guests of her parents, Mr. and the entire island. They visitedMr. ftft
Mrs. Harold Eunice and and Mrs. Wayne Groves. ftft
Julius last Friday. Mrs. Groves is the former =ftft
Miss Libby Harvey. She te
KEYSTONE MELROSE Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martin, visited with Chief and Mrs. ftft
of South Daytona, were Lambert and family. The ftft
I Tuesday to Friday guests of McCulleys were stationed in h ftft=
Business their mother, Mrs. Hester Spain with them for three anda t 9 b ftft
Directory Hicks, and the Glen Shufords. half years. While enroute e
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Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly 9
FISHERMAN'S HARDWARE spent Thanksgiving holidays No traffic Jam I* so liuolu- 9 =ftft
with their son and daughter- ble that there won't be some
SUPPLIES GARDEN in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell optimist In the crowd who 9 ftft
Kelly and family, of Lake thinks It can be straightened 9 i
Worth. out If be bonks his horn. 9 ftft
Slim'si/i 1I.1'\\age HARDWARE 9 ftftf
Holmes and
Mrs. Carolyn
AND children, of Starke, and Mrs. 9 oLvt
Fish'N'StuffLive GARDEN CENTERA Jack Kuhne and son, John, 9 z :1 ftft
visited their brotherinlawand /
Bait ftft
CrckelsSliiniuTSVormsMinnows! i complete line of Hdw. 'sister, Mr. and Mrs. = :
: BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS Charles Simmons and family, TONNE & 0LARSPo ftft=
Plumbing&Electrical Supp. of Atlanta, Friday to Tuesday.Mrs. = ( 0 ftft
TACKI.E-HODS.lt Gro-Tone Fertilizers ROF FWT ftft
FISHING&HUNTINGLICKNSKSAMMUMTION Insecticides Alice Surrency and o p
9 ftft
: : Lumber&Building Materials children, of Baldwin, and Mr.
ICE IIwy.21 N.200 yds From light and Mrs. Jerry Brown and 9 ftft
Keystone Ilgls. 473-1337 Keystone Heights 4133663TELEVISIONAIR daughter, of Hampton, were Ask 9 ftft
Thanksgiving guests of their 9 ftft
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon A'E.
CAMP TRAILERS C Mobley and family.Mr. Charley ftft

ROBBIE'S CAMP THEISTV and Mrs. R. C. Moore ftft ftft
& APPLIANCE and Bob, of Lake City, were I i ftft
dinner of
TKAILEK SALES (Motorola' Saturday guests Johns
Quasar their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ftft
Fred
Moore. ftft
Safety-Low GasC.G.Price .
: and Gators on lot TVSTEREOCAR About This Question 9 Been ftft
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: Hi Low ExclusiveTow : AM: : PORTABLE Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nor- f & dreaming of seasonal
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TAPE DECKS of Jacksonville, and Mr. ftft
man
;I JAMES Inn HOIMNSOM Insurance:; : / Commercial andHpsldl'ntial and Mrs. Charles Ray Kite, of "Christmas shopping to a NFOR greenery and find yourself in the red? Why ftft J
PHUI Middleburg, were guests of merchant means a fully Np ;.. ftft
3.5lil..s: S. of Keystone, Air Conditioning Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nor-. stocked store and extra risks. 9, IP didn't you plan ahead! Open up a Christmas ftft
SALES&SERVICE
man and the Carl Normans.Mr.
475-2(135( : KEYSTONE:; 4734651Ray's Does the Charley E. Johns t MEIA Club like these folks did. One weekly ftft I
and Mrs. Bill Eubanks, Agency provide a free survey pay- ftA
I I SERVICE I Jr., of Orlando, are the proud of my Insurance to adequatelycover 9 .. ment adds up to happier holidays. ftft:J JE
parents of a son, born Nov. 24 fire theft business 1974
in Florida Hospital( Orlando. 9 ftA
KEYSTONE Shell interruption fidelity ftft
Maternal
\\reckerServlce Mr. and Mrs.grandparents Vernon Mobley are bonding and liability for E CHRISTMAS t CLUB tState3ann ftA
AUTO SERVICEFront We monitor channel C.B. of Lawtey, and paternal customer injuries ommunil =ftft
grandparents are Mr. and
End Alignment 2 1 IlltS. Y 11SEHVICE Mrs. Carl'Eubanks, Sr., of Charley E. 9 m ftA
Orlando.Mr. ftA

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daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John >> a a wn a aaa
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New Regulations In Effect For Control Of Swamp FeverNew
On
Beef BuyingBuying
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regulations became until death or be put to death-- of Agriculture and Consumer thoroughly before reuse.
effective October 15 for "put down" in the vernacularof Services, Tallahassee, Fla, Good insect control around
side of beef Know what you're paying of fever in horse
a control swamp people. 32304. horses can help prevent them
Do you know what to look for Carcass beef is"sold by its horses. Meanwhile, all owners There is no known treatment Horse owners, when buying from contracting the disease.In .
for? Do you understand beef "hanging weight, meaning I of horses and ponies are urged or cure for this disease, horses at public or private addition to mechanicalmeans
quality grade, grade yields, you pay for the whole thing thatis 1 f to have their veterinarians and work on a vaccine, while sales,should require the sellerto swamp fever is spreadby
and the differences between including the fat and bone test their animals for this being pursued in several furnish a report of a biting flied and
buying biff in bulk and at the trimmed away when its cutup disease, technically known as universities, is not par. negative test. New additions mosquitoes Good sanitary
supermarket Here's an average equine infectious anemia ticularly promising at this should be kept under observation are recommended
If you are not sure about example: you bought a 3tX) Many of the horses in time. for at least 10 days practices in any event.Managers .
how to buy a side of beef, Dr. pound side of beef you'dpiobably Florida are pet animals There are. a number of before they are placed in the
Robert L. Reddish, meats receive about 225 owned by youngsters who may precautions that horse owners herd
specialist I FloridaCooperative i }home of retail cuts to( take have horse projects under are urged to observe. First, Horse owners, in treating of horse shows,
Extension Ser- but you would pay for way through 4-II Clubs and the the test. It should be ad- their animals, should use rodeos tracks and other
vice, Institute of from( and the entire 300 pounds including Future Farmers of America ministered at six to 12 month disposable syringes and assembly points should insure
Agricultural Sciences, the 75 pounds of fat ': The new regulations make it intervals on all horses and needles. Follow the "one fhatall( sanitary measures are
University of Florida, has and bone that were removed. impossible for these ponies. Infected animals horse, one needle" rule. carried out, that horses en-
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some suggestions to otter This makes the actual cost aawtswsw ka..aaroew< youngsters to use their horsesin should be isolated from other Sterilize all instruments used tering the premises be accompanied -
First of all, look for the per pound of take-home beef shows, fairs or rodeos if the horses in a manner approvedby in working with horses. by a negative test
USDA Quality Grade Be sure considerably higher than rule the of 1IVNG IIIKSK; IKOM: YOUR C.IIIMM.Y: :" with care plui.li- horses are not negative to the director of the Divisionof Boiling for 15 minutes will do certificate and that proper
of the eating quality The listed cost per pound. A 's lined., tapestry nmklukit, comfy for wearing around the! hounc tests within the preceding six Animal Industry or the trick. isolation facilities be
USDA quality grade is a goodguide thumb, Dr Reddish says, .. months. destroyed.All Provide equip- provided
on hose roll l, winter nift'il' and BO ii")'-Io-.ew with the Viking separate
there die eight USDA that the average carcass cv 6000 mudiiiir, with exclusive, Mildi and tailoring f<'nliir".. Under the new regulations, reactors should be ment for each horse such as It is hoped)? that the
grades covering the entire side will yield, about cent 25 roasts percent "Totldy," too in u Viking ftew-up. jincllen by limo.., any horse found to be infected reported immediately to the bridles, girths, curry combs, regulations will be effective in
range of beef quality un steaks, 25 per with swamp fever' must be Director, Division of Animal brushes, and water pails helping rid Florida of this
Prime Choice Good, Stan- and pot roasts, 25 per tent permanently quarantined Industry, Florida Department Clean each piece of equipment insidious disease.Over .

dard, Commercial, Utility ground or stewing i beef, and 25 _ h .u .. ___ __J _....-_.....
Cutter, and Canner pel cent waste. s sI
Federally graded beef can Lark for the USDA Yield
be identified bv a red shieldshapld Grade. Some carcasses have
sta mp losing one of much more waste than others,
these eight grade names Not and this is very Important in 7,000 Sl'ARKE LARGEST QUALITY
To
all beef is federally graded, determining their value.
but the first three grades --- estimate how much waste
Gifts fti
Prime, Choiceand Good .- are you'll have to pay for refer to 1'f

Prime readily is the available highest( quality USDA the USDA... Yield Yield Grade Grade 1-Thehighl'st will

yield about 1111(> per cent or JEWELER
USDA Choice is very high i $5
take home,
quality and is the one most more retail cuts to
commonly found in supermarkets compared to the. lowest -
Yield Grade 5 which will
USDA Good is quite
to most give you about (>6 per cent or
satisfactory beefeaters. !Many times loss retail cuts IS YOUR GUIDE TO FINE
consumers can save two to Consumers purchasingsides i I ITh
of beef for
three cents per pound and or quarters
have highly acceptable beef I their freezers should inform
by buying USDA Good grade the processor how to cut or to
Dr Reddish points out process their beef particularlyto
their needs or desires, For \ IVvi
otititnients example, if it's hamburger Clioose
Egg-citing you want, many of the cuts M '
containing bone, such as neck, From ? '
brisket plate, and !shank can JG7TTHE
be boned into hamburger; If $
you do not desire many cuts of PRICE OF GOLD IS GOING RIGHT OUT
oup> bone, bone in stew, or
cuts of that kind this has its y
TOP ,
1'f
advantage\ also because it
saves freezer space. AT
Vm can expect to get 30( to M 95%of our Christmas Merchandise was' Purchased Before the Price N.t

50 pounds of meat to one cubic Increase... and A\e are Parsing: the Savings on to You So Buy

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,I Prevent Improved Auto Vision AccidentsVision Helps Pair Charged Keystone- MurdersFrom I


( Page 1) id the wounding of a police :
plays a more Im- lessen eye strain when drivingin customer arrived early for an ''Acer. f'
portant role in driving than bright sunlight. appointment.Upon The armed robbery oc-
most people realize, says the -Keep headlights and tail her arrival at the : irred in California in June, ,,''I",
Florida Highway Patrol. lights clear of mud and bugs beauty shop the patron found 172. Taylor, in addition to
The following tips are given as this can cut illumination in the door of the shop open, but -med robbery,was convicted
rove seeing habits half. When at a tempted* murder for the
even driving night apparently no one stirring on
thou a driver has excellent and meeting another car, do the premises. The customer f looting of the policeman
: not look at its headlights; try then placed a call to the shop's 'wring the holdup.All
-People in the northern to look at the right side of the owner, Mrs. Duncan, who was members of the familyre
part of Florida should clean road. taking the day off. now serving sentences b
the frost from their windows When the patron informedMrs. Hewing their conviction Inaliform.
each -When leaving a brightly ..
morning before leaving Duncan that no one was
lighted restaurant or service in the shop, she was told that Sherman McCrary Is in
home.Do
not station at night, rememberthat alifornia's .Folsom State
wear colored, there was only one other place
tinted or polarized glasses and it takes your eyes several that the operators might be-a 'rison, serving his term on
shields minutes to get their night ute robbery charge. Marilyn,
face while
driving at small roomclosed off by a
Carl Robert
Sherman Raymond McCrary Taylor
night as this restricts your vision back, so drive ac door, which was used to store the wife and mother, Danny
vision. However, they may cordingly.I supplies.The DeGregory, 27, of Ormond In November, 1972, Sheriff- and Ginger, the son and They came under suspicionfor five day trip to Dallas, Texas
semi-nude bodies of the Beach, Florida, a traveling Elect Dolph Reddish an- daughter are serving sen- the Florida triple murder and Denver, Colorado.
A CHRISTMAS STORY victims were found in the representative of a chemical nounced the arrest of the tences for harboring fugitives.The when it was determined that Sheriff Reddish said
'twas the night before unsuspecting shoppers.With small storage room. Each had firm, who, at the time, was traveling McCrary family: continuing investigation similarities existed in crimes Monday that the accumulation -
Christmas and there in his a few pointers from the been shot more than one time. being held in the Volusia Sherman McCrary, the revealed that the committed in other states. of evidence did not
chair, father was Insurance Information County jail on a charge of father; Marilyn McCrary, the itinerant family was perhaps Two warrants had been become conclusive until Just
moaningand In-
tearing his hair. stitute, however, it be The scene of the murderswas killing an elderly couple in mother; Danny McCrary, the connected with 22 unsolved issued by Pinellas County recently, as a result of the
While upstairs in bed, all possible to thwart the may thieves in an area near the Charlotte, N. C. son; Ginger McCrary Taylor, murders occurring in seven authorities for larceny of an long drawn-out two year In-
borders of Alachua, and
Clay
still and being brought to the daughter and the wife of different states: Kansas, automobile.In vestigation.
The
asleep children and
save your presents for Putnam counties. Law of- Stare Carl Robert The Oklahoma, Texas, Nevada, Sheriff Reddish also said
didn't know what made daddy Santa's bundle. for questioning In the Taylor. February, 1973, Sheriff
ficers from all of the
countieswere killings and to show officialsthe itinerant family had been Utah and Colorado. Reddish, accompanied by that further details of his
weep.The had been When find you it are out shoppingand called in at the time as location of the body of the arrested by authorities in Carl Robert Taylor is being Assistant State's AttorneyStan investigation could not be
,
money paid to leave
necessary well as representatives of the Santa Barbara,California for held on a murder indictmentby released
the
the gifts had been bought, and the car unattended with gifts Florida of missing girl, DeGregory'sconfessIOn Morris, and Dalton Brayof pending
Law
all was well with the world, or inside, always lock Department was'found to be the hold-up and robbery of a the law officials in Pueblo the Florida Department of presentment of the case to a
Enforcement, and
your special in Goleta, Cal., County, Colorado. Bradford Grand
father had thought. purchases in the trunk. Not investigators from the officeof false. supermarket Law Enforcement, made a County Jury.
He'd gone to the car,put the only does this provide greater the State's Attorney.The .
toys on the seat, and then to security, but by taking the Bradford county team
the market for good things to package out of sight any was headed by the then Chief "'At"WOODBURNS
eat.He temptation for thieves is effectively Deputy Dolph Reddish, aided
returned to the car, and removed. by deputies John Dempseyand
what did he fine? Even with the package Robert Green.
Some thief in the night had safely locked away, always During the original Investigation
stolen him blind.Unfortunately. rock your car doors and take it was thought that
there are your keys with you, the In- Valerie Turner was a kidnap C
other people besides Santa stitute cautions. The only victim, and a nationwide A G
Claus tiptoeing around duringthe thing worse than losing all search was begun. A special H
Christmas ,season your Christmas gifts is losing fund was set up to receive Gem Jewelry op
carrying gifts. Where Santa your entire car. contributions to be used in the e
Claus creeps down chimneys When possible park your payment of rewards for in- 109 E. Call St. o
with bags of delights for the car in brightly lit, well- formation leading to her
kiddies, the sneak thief creeps traveled areas. Thieves don't discovery or any other in-
through darkened parking lots like working where they can formation leading the law
to steal l bundles from cars of be seen.rnMMM. officers to the killers as

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,.. Uy 00 ,.. Two young boys playing in I WeHaveA Few
the area that afternoon accidentally Prince Gardner #
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There is no better' time than during the Holiday Season to area, near the Laura Baptist DIAMOND
Church road, road Leather Goods
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officials,thousands of bits and
genuine pleasure to serve you. pieces of information have
!May there come to you at this Holiday time an abundance of : been investigated and sifted

the precious things of life Health, Happiness and enduring during vestigation.The the. two year in 'N.

if friendship case was apparently
solved in April 1972, when a
ELOISE'S CERAMICS : confession was obtained by I
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I City Purchases New Police CarsAt County Asked To Employed Attendant At KH LandfillCounty I



the Starke City Com- that the city owes for back called "comp time." Sanitarian Jack closed their dumps to that two boards have in common."I just as bad" said Chairman and protection from bad
missioners meeting held time. Authorized the transfer, of Trawick recommended kind of stuff, and the people would certainly like to Ralph Bryan. weather.
Tuesday, Nov. 20, the city In a later action at the meter cut-ons and cut-offs to Monday to the Board of from Clay Putnam and know what can be done about Sheriff Dolph Reddish The Board directed Clerk
realized an immediate savingof meeting the commissioners the meter reading depart- County Commissioners that it Alachua are dumping it at our these old abandoned advised the Board that he had Gilbert S. Brown to terminatethe
$530 when they opened bids authorized the payment for ment,under the supervision of employ a man at the Keystone landfill. We need to do automobiles along side our employed Julius Eunice a agreement with the
for the purchase of two new holiday time for city em- City Clerk Merrill Edwards. landfill iiv order to better something about it,"' Trawick highways. I know of two that former City Police Officer, as DeWitt C. Jones Services,
police cars in the amount of ployees. The city has This responsibility has been regulate and enforce the new said: have been sitting on the deputy sheriff. The vacancywas Inc., as of December 1, for
$5,870. previously set up a seven day handled for the past few regulations of the State Water The commissioners agreedto shoulders of North 301 for created in his departmentwhen ambulance services. The
The new budget adopted holiday schedule for which the months by the Utility and Air Pollution Control continue the discussion at about four months. The Glen Sapp resigned to Emergency Medical Services
after the opening of the bids employees will be paid but Department in an effort to Board and to establish a their special meeting to be Department of Transportationmade accept an appointment to the have now put into use another
included the amount of $6,400 will not be on duty. In the control losses on delinquent schedule for the opening and held Monday, December 10( us remove all those staff of the State Attorney'soffice. ambulance and will be
for that purpose. The low bid event that their Job accounts. closing of landfill. They also requested Trawickto beautiful palm trees plantedin equipped to provide the
accepted is $530 less thin the classification requires certain The commissioners adopteda invite a delegation from the the highway median strip, Reddish also requested that service.
amount included in the Police employees to be on duty resolution which authorizes Trawick said that all kindsof Starke City Commissioners to because they created a safety the commissioners authorizethe
Department budget. during a duly recognized City Clerk Merrill Edwards to violations are occuring at sit in on the meeting for a hazard.To of thinkingan construction of a boat shedat
my way
The bids were opened as holiday they are to receive an make application for federal the landfill because there is solution to problems that the abandoned automobile is the county jail for storage
follows: additional day's pay for that funds to be used in the con- no one on duty to let the people Library Friends
From Terwillegar Motors service, thereby eliminatingthe struction of a waste-water know what can and cannot be
bidding on a 74 Ford Galaxie, accumulation of the so- system for the city. done. Trawick recommendedthat Union Third DoctorLAKE Seek Dollars andNew.Members
net bid of $2,935; from a gate be installed at the Getting
Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds, landfill and it be opened from
bidding on a 74 Chevrolet 8 a.m. to I 5 p.m., six days a
Impala, net bid of$3,105; and Special School Board week. BUTLER Dr. Mohamadi, whose wife has Nichols also announced Dr.
Vladimir Holowatsch and Dr. just completed medical school Vladimir Holowatsch office
Starke Chrysler-Plymouth, Citing fires as being one of Friends of the Library are
bidding on a 74 Plymouth, net the biggest problems to Bruce Goldstein will soon Is of Irania descent and comesto within the hospital will be sponsoring their annual
bid of 3169. All bids included Set control because of scavengerswho have another medical the community from closed from Dec. 14 to Jan. 2 membership drive for 1974 in
trade-in values for two used Meetings TodayTwo are burning off un- associate in the community Kingston, N. Y. Mohamadihas while Holowatsch visits his an effort to acquaint more
police cars. desirable materials in order to according James H. Nichols been practicing as an family in Argentina S. A. people with the Bradford
The Commissioners salvage aluminum and administrator for Union emergency department When asked what he felt the County Public Library and its
unanimously awarded the bid special meetings are Architect Don Morgan other metals copper for their re-sale General Hospital. physician in Quincy, Fla. effect would be with respectsto resources according to Mrs.
for purchase of the two new scheduled today (Thursday assured the board the practice value. Nichols announced this since July of this.year, having three physicians in Gas! Kopelousos, president of
Dec.
6) by Bradford School
vehicles to TerwillegarMotors Board., has been on past buildings to "The builders and con- week that Dr. Masaoud The new physician comes to the community Nichols the organization.
in the amount of accept them as substantially replied, he believed the ad-
tractors are now bringing
Mohamadi the under
a 36yearoldboard
The first meeting set at 9a.m. community a $40,000
complete and to be provided ditional services well Membership dues $1,
$5,870. a their and waste as as are:
is to site Phase scraps' certified surgeon will per year guaranteed salary in
inspect on
punch list prior to the fact that few small
accepting single membership $2,
Mrs. Ethel Hardee who ;
materials. Old car bodies and including
III of Bradford High School, open a family practice a contract with the Board of
resides at 426 West Davis the building as finally com- used refrigerators, tree general and County Commissioners! communities are able to family membership; $10 and
now under construction for surgery
Street complained to the plete. and dead limbs are obtain the services of a board up, patron. Contributions may
$350,000 by Contractor Ernest stumps obstetrics in offices adjacentto Mohamadi plans to open his
Commissioners about the certified surgeon, would be a be sent to: Friends of the
hauled to the landfill., Other those of Dr. Goldstein in the 15 practice Monday December
Triest of
Keystone Heights The board's stand asset to both the other So. Walnut
Tuesdaywas 132
great Library
conditions created ,
by
dusty counties close to us have old King Memorial Hospital. 17, Nichols said.
to the
prior
ca r traffic traveling over the accepting buildingas that the board has physicians and the residents. Street Starke, Fla.Wrap .

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action be taken to correct the the school board meetingroom that experience on past = .
conditions. The matter was and is termed a work buildings dictates that future tt l111
referred to Commissioner session to discuss again plans buildings including Phase III = '
Schaefer of the Street Com- for a new bus barn or garage of BHS must really be I: ''
mittee. and warehouse projected to complete before the board will =
The commissioners also cost around $20,000. The board accept any responsibility for M
authorized Schaefer to work has discussed a new bus barn the building.The : .
with the Department of numerous times but keeps =
Transportation for the changing its collective mind board also held back, in I
possible installation of a about the building and its addition to the usual 10 per- lJ
guard rail at the intersection location. If a plan is agreed cent to be held until final E The
of South Orange street and upon the board may go'into completion,an $8,049 payment Up .z i !
Edwards Road. Schaefer said session in order to get plans requested by Contractor :
that the two ditches on the under way immediately it Triest and recommended to be
east and west sides of South was indicated at Tuesday's paid by Architect Morgan.
Orange street were quite deep regular school board meeting.The Indications were that the
and presented a hazardous board, and Member $8,049 may be paid today after GiftEach
situation to traffic at that' Rodney Hall in particular, the board inspectsthe I
intersection. With the com- questioned accepting the new building. Morgan assured the
pletion of the new shopping construction at BHS as sub- board that 10( per cent of
center traffic is expected to stantially complete prior to $350,000 will cover any work WomanDesires
increase on those two streets. being furnished a "punch list" not already completed on : i
Approved the payment of of items to be completed. Phase III.

"comp time" to several
members of the city police t
department that had accumulated Farmers Needing Diesel ftft
during the
I previous administration. It For Christmas &I

was explained that "comp (JI &
Fuel Contact ASC
time" is defined as holidaysthat May /) A
the officers had -
police
been required to remain on Area farmers needing more proved November 19, 1973. E I = ,xr &I IE
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duty while other city em- diesel fuel it by Smith said this change is now A
may request of the land" and
ployees were off, and being immediately to "the law &
paid therefor while the applying suppliers are obligated to give
distributors according to
policemen were working but Warren Carver CED of the farmers and ranchers E cE: : EF a
receiving their regular pay. Bradford County Agricultural preference in supplying their
Commission McRae said needs to diesel fuel. In ad-
Stabilization and Con-
that he had rather go ahead dition to farmers those given
servation (ASC) committee.
and settle the accounts now preference under this revisionare E And
Carver has received notice
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rather than have someone say mass transit and those
that this revision on distillatesin
who produce the fuel itself.
the fuels
emergency The mandatory distillate =
program is effective for 60 RtThe &
November Rain fuels allocation program went
It should a long &
days. go way
into effect November 1, 1973

Total Only fuel mers farming toward to who continue enabling activities need diesel a many variety important tractor far-of diesel basing allocation and a other on farmer's the distillates amount initial he of E Best Price Offered Yet On &&ftt

had used in the corresponding
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to producing
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rain entire
month many states in 1972 bringing ftft
November 1973 fell more than Allocation (OPA), Depart- many farm activities to a halt,

five inches below the 50 year ment Nicholas of the Interior.H. Smith, and farmers had little or no S You Get The =
average for that month Administrator record of fuel purchases DDt
making it one of the driest Assistant Deputy unable as a base for current 1I1BB
Novembers on record in of Programs for allocations. The revision now &
Bradford County. ASCS in the U. S. Departmentof allows farmers to get the FollowingEiiLici .
During the 30-day( period. Agriculture (USDA), who necessary fuel for fall work. ftft
has been coor-
New River fire tower appointed Mr. Carver requests any
recorded only .7 lathe Louis dinator of energy for the farmer who needs diesel, andis
Hill (Highland) had .3and USDA,said this revision in the unable to obtain it for i
Santa Fe fire tower .4. The 50- use of distillates was ap- agricultural purposes, get in $ Plus Free

5.87 year inches.average for November is .. .......... ...... ..... touch with him for assistance.

The Florida Forest Service b" urra..a.ora.u, _. 01.011 OIIII t_ Qt
Average union rates _CM. =-wl ::-.: b..M
that the woods wage Sausage Goes .um =
reports are for .
building trades workers in
tinder dry, and the fire dangeris cities of 100,000 persons or E A Turkey
critical as the county enters increased In Smoke
more 1.7 in
percent Up
December, a month that is the third quarter of 1973 and 9

I ordinarily the year of,one with of 1.57.the a driest 50-year in 4.9 ending percent Oct. I,over 1973 the the U.year S. PROVIDENCE "It was t Iit i I Prfl Up To 14 LBS Ztf lJ

I average only From

I the Total first average 11 months rainfall of 1973 for is Labor Department reports. sausage more "than said that 200 went pounds up of in f 9 0 -=-- a:-,::.., -ywrraw===-E': : ,. GOOD TO 24TH OF DEC. ftft:J

smoke one spectator,
62.63 inches while the 50-year
Work stoppages due to "there was a lot of hard work 9 ftft
for this period is
64.35.average strikes declined to 1.3 working burned up with it," as fire 9 ftft
days per thousand during the destroyed a smokehouse full
During November the
first nine months of 1973-the of freshly made sausage and ftft
Forest Service reported 19 lowest level for that period in scorched the side walls of the E SawyerSlade ftft
fires in Bradford
County nine years-the U. S. Burear of Frank Crawford residencenear
I burning a total of 46 1-2 acres. ftft
Labor Statistics here
reports. Saturday night.
Sixteen of these fires were ftft
Although the Lake Butler
incindiary, one was caused by =

equipment termed railroad use, and fires.two were During the first nine monthsof responded volunteer to fire the department call, as did Gas & Air 964-7701 ftA ftft 3

fiscal year 1973 more than the local rescue squad, both Conditioning
............................. 1.1 million persons entered were sent back immediatelyafter E ,v. Madison ftft J Jt
manpower work and training their arrival when they ftA
to husband the U. S. Labor found that neighbors with a ftA
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:"You're just agreeing with Department reports. Of these couple of garden hoses had t
me because you know that 520,000--or 46 percentwereblack done the job, had the fire
proves I don't know what I'm ; 147,000--or 13 per- under control and were Slade
talking about!" -Salo, cent;;were Hispanos; 29,000 concentrating a saving 9 Sawyer Gas Now 'ftA i
stream of
Chicago Tribune Mw York were American Indians and water on the
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Santa Due In City At 10:30 SaturdayDeadline


v to enter the Annual The Parade signals the kick- Dec. 26. to be awarded totaling
Christmas Parade is off of the local Christmas In view of the energy crisisthe prizes
Friday, Dec. 7, at noon, according season and has been an an- local Chamber of Com- $150.Floats will be entered by
to Chamber of nual event for several years. merce has pointed out that Pine Leval Baptist Church,
Commerce manager John Brian Hamilton, chairman of considerable savings in Vo-Tech Horticulture
Myers. the Retail Merchants Divisionof gasoline can be accomplishedby
I The parade is scheduled for the Chamber, announcedthat local residents if they will Department, Mustang Mobile
x'"AsP a P'' : 'M Ingtlrlif'I; Baldwin ChevroletOlds
:) IvIY'R 1 d Homes, -
+I i. 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 8 most local merchantswill patronize our local merchants and the Girl Scouts.
and all entries are asked to be (open all day on Wed- when Christmas shopping.Nine entries include
;x ,-. 3.l 'tkY ""Il r S 's: PrM assemble at 9:30: a.m. on the nesday the 12th and 19th of entries, including Other Bradford County VolunteerFire the
+ 1 south side of the Bradford December and Friday three floats, had been
Shrine
y,4 k'' t p tn yk I r {F A High Football Stadium evening, Dec 21 for shoppers'convenience. received at the Chamber Department,
Club Cub Scouts Bradford
,' (Adkins Street). Entries must office Monday morning. More ,
Club and the State
be located in the assemblyarea Most local stores will be entries are requested to Roping
to be judged closed all day Wednesday, compete for the four cash Division of Forestry


Now Is Time To Divide, Replant Bulbs
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This is the period of with two-thirds of the bulb aphids are being cultivated by There are a few commercial
i iy replanting and dividing many above the soil level. Do( not the ants for the honeydew. growers in the state.
bulbs, says the Florida fertilize transplanted bulbs. Treat the area around shrubsor However, the homeowner can
Nurseryman and Growers Older bulbs established and trees, that are producingtheir enjoy the beauty of this flowerby
{ tF.4Y'r. P t 4,3'ry IS Association. The old left in place can receive a light last flush of growth, with setting the plants in the bed
a r43 + i
Y a workhorse of flowering bulbs, application of a low nitrogen, Chlordane. This can be applied now, says FNGA.
the amaryllis, can be tran- high potash fertilizer. as a liquid or as a This plant will produce
I splanted now. It is not Ants may be active in the powder.One brightly colored yellow blue,
necessary to cut off leaves. lawn and on shrubs at this of Florida's best or white flowers that may be
1 ''X lA, Ate 4a r',M a..d The bulb should be placed time of year. The last crop of everlasting plants is statice. cut later on for everlastings.

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Handbags And slut ipl rfs f,,, sie.
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year Holly a very familiar ; LADIES a MENS
seat, this time of the year as she visits Santa Claus at Sears ." ,,". .
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breaking and en- found some drawers had been knife and pried the door off the came back to the store, to JEWELR
tering's took place in Starke entered and found the articles cigarette machine. make sure that the door
during the week of Nov. 16 missing. He then called the They also took the money wouldn't open. When the entry Large Selection
Dec 3,according to the Starke police for further In- from the cash register, got the was reported, the door had
Police Department. vestigation, stated Howard's keys for the washing been opened. Necklaces BrocUts-P>ndont> Pent & Costume JewelryA
$125 worth of men's dress report. machines and emptied all the Ninety-six empty soda
clothes were stolen from a Twenty cartons of money from them. The per- bottles, one air hose nozzle
l6> Cadillac belonging to cigarettes, four boxes of sons also took( things to eat and one cut air bell hose, were
Grant A. Smbaugh while he cigars, one pack of bologna. and went out the back door. stolen from Eddie's Fina Wide Selection Of Gifts For Men
was staying at t Holiday Inn on one pack of cheese, one loaf of No tracks were found because Service Station on SR-200,
US301. Nov. 16, according to bread, two pair of sunglasses, of all the people that had been Dec. 3, according to Officer
the report of Officer J. L two knives, and about $10 in around. None of the campers George Tomosovitch.An .
Howard. cash were stolen from the heard anything during the attempted entry was Choose From A Wide SelectionOf
Stolen were two blue mens KOA Campgrounds on South night. It was also found that made on the north end of the
suits and three dress jackets. 301, Dec. 1, according to Of- they tried to enter the building station via roll out type Books And Bibles
Sometime during the night, ficer Denton DeVoe's report. through the air duct in the windows. Persons removedone
persons entered the right front About 8:45: a.m. Dec 1, a men's restroom, stated of glass and left
door of the Cadillac by placinga man called the police station DeVoe's report. without pane entering. They also Gifts To Please Everyone At Prices To Please You.
hanger type tool through the and advised that t they had a Nothing was reported moved his soda machine
door window and unlockingthe breaking and entering at the in and
missing a breaking about four feet from the wallin
door, stated Howard. KOA Campgrounds. Officer at the
entering Strawberry an attempt to remove it
Two pistols and $20 in silver Denton DeVoe arrived at the Patch on West Call Street in from the building, stated
half-dollars were stolen fromE scene about 9 a.m and had Starke late Saturday night. Tomosovitch's

Street D Tenly in Starke of 1516, S.Nov.Orange 20, !Mr.talked\ Peter with G.the Guisto.complainant Guisto, stated SPD Officer that\ there Rhoden was had no report. . .... . . .

according to Officer W. S. had advised that he had breaking and entering, but
Hhoden's report. opened up his office and found Edith Swinney, an employeeof
Sometime between 1.3 p.m. his cigarette machine door off the Strawberry Patch, WHAT BETTER GIFT COULD YOU FIND?
that afternoon, while Tenlywas and all the cigarettes were stated there was. Officer
/gone( persons entered the gone. Entry was made on the Rhoden had said that-the lady
unlocked back door of his west side of the building; the had not locked the door
home and stole a .32 caliber persons tried to pry the rear properly. Miss Swinney stated 88" Tuxedo Bed
pistol. a 22 caliber automaticrifle door open but could not get the that she was going home early Sofa
with case and scope and door open so they broke the because she had had a
$20 in silver half dollars. Tenly window and climbed through. headache, and to make sure
came home around p.m. and After they got in they took a that the store was locked she '4J v.->': -Il l- "'- -
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I Comet Watchers CautionedIt say 7 "In Unity There is were forced to Invest still

SgUA 1 Strength This was clearly more money to convert housesto
demonstrated last week by different type operations to

isn't too mcrang and heads back out into space, 1 members of the North Florida stay in business Most were
soon to start sounding e
Kohoutek will be than Broiler Growers Associationas willing to do so.
brighter star
warnings that the appearance of the any they bargained to protect
Comet Kohoutek this month might bring in our heavens, except for the sun. their interest in their industry.For The change of ownershipand

with it the possibility of danger to the years, our poultry different management of
of The actual comet, which is really a ball producers have been voiceless the broiler processing com-
eyesight many persons. cK t ., in contracting with poultryprocessors. pany that our growers con
of frozen dust and ice, cannot be seen A
\ tract with
They have invested brought on many
The Comet will become visible to the from the earthjust the bright blue and large sums of money in new problems. Growers were

naked eye this month and remain visible yellow "tail" trailing behind it. This tail, buildings and equipment and told to Insulate houses, change

i until the end of January. It has already which men have seen and feared in times have offered their labor and equipment and make other
is skills to produce poultry on a expensive alterations if they
than
past, nothing more glowing
i been sighted by those who have accessto batch by batch contract wanted to stay in business.
telescopes, and is said to be the most clouds of tenuous gas, given off as the 1 PGp r There has been no guaranteethat Many growers had difficulty

I dramatic heavenly display since Halley's cometary ices are heated by the sun'slight any grower would have securing additional financingto

Comet back in 1910. and pelted by particles in the ALP birds in his houses beyond one make these changes. There
solar wind. n GE 1 particular grow-out. was no promise of increased
u return to growers to pay for
Kohoutek first became known last I Iov Being good and dedicated this additional investment.
But the danger does not lie in the tail
,
March when Dr. Lubox Kohoutek, a producers, very few of our
Czechoslovakian astronomer working at which some people feared, in the case ofIlalley's folks have had great difficultywith When retail prices of
Comet strike the earth this until a broilers started to rise several
might arrangement
the
Hamburg Observatory in West couple even though months ago, our growers were
years ago
its destruction
causing by holocaust. The /
Germany, found a bright spot on his most were not told that the increase in feed
D yS growers getting
Q
real danger is simply that, in late prices prevented increased
photographic plates where nothing had a fair return on their investment -
appeared before. December, when the comet is at its returns to growers. Some

brightest during late afternoon hours, it growers actually received less
Things started to go bad per grow-out than they did
will be close to the There is the
Watching the tiny spot of light grow very sun. when one of our feed com- when broilers were 29 rents
danger that some curious people, moved its pullet pound
day by day, Dr. Kohoutek recognizedthat panies per
especially small children, might be replacement operation to
an enormous comet was hurtling
tempted to turn their telescopes or another state. This put 15 to 20 Broiler growers decided
towards our solar system at a speed of of our poultrymen out of that they must organize to
better than 100,000 miles an hour. binoculars to take a look directly at the business for awhile.Luckily at have a voice In their future.

Further calculations showed that should sun itself. If this should be doneas in that time, a local egg company This they did, and for the first

the big comet hit the earth, it would the case of looking too long at an eclipse was expanding its time in my recollection of our
sunthe infra red and local situations, they stuck
of the could
rays operations picked up
wipe out a city larger than Los Angelesand together and
Restoring White House they were heard
Literally burn a hole in the retina of the Crer/ifri'/ify:: some of these growers and
blast a crater more than fifty milesin Others had to invest ad- considered.

diameter. eye, causing a permanent blind spot in ::<.w.:, :COl:;::: -:::-':::::'::-':::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::>>:; :;:;:::;::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::I::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :i. ditional money in their housesto Yes, In Unity There
the person's vision. is
convert to a broiler growing Strength.

There will be no danger of collision, operation Most were successful
This does not that and stayed in business. -
mean you may not
however. At its nearest point of
ap- watch for the and the TO swap SWOULP'A
'comet LETTERS
enjoy
proach, around the middle of January, Then egg and poultry prices EARLY! 0 STABTEP IN
the comet will still be some seventy-five awesome spectacle it presents in the : took a dive in 1970. The T"

million miles from earth. Furthermore, skybut, in doing so, remember not to THE EDITOR. FI squeeze was on. Returns to o
look directly at the sun. .. growers were smaller, and
as it zips around the sun like a boom- some were out of birds bet-

ween batches for longer
periods of time. Some growers POSIT GET CAUGM' RUB

THINK life due to kidney failure. ecology lobby to stop or slow
Meddling With TimeIt A LITTLE Each dialysis treatment is down: (1)) All oil-land leasingin
DEEPERMy
When donor is found HOME NOTESFROM
$150. a the Gulf of Mexico; ((2)
from $30,000 to $35,000 will be completely prohibited any
Friends: needed for the transplant.Let's leasing in the vast East Coast YOUR EXTENSION

might be too late by the time you Daylight Savings causes needless If you don't want somethingelse count our blessings and (oil) field; ((3)) brought to a HOMEFi'lf{

read this but unless you want to live worry to millions of parents because to worry about, don't read worry about Richard a little. stand-still the construction of 1tl' I" ia&* ECONOMICS
with Time Send your donation today to nuclear energy power plants;
Daylight Saving the year children must walk to school or wait for
'round, you'd better write buses in the morning darkness this.All "The Bradford" County Kidney prevented even the con- !, BY KATHY BROWN '.d-dI..
your exposing of the products we enjoy Fund, in care of Guaranty sideration of plans for new
Congressman- soon. themselves to cold, accidents, and other today are products that are Federal Savings and Loan, refineries in the U.S.; ((4)
dangers. directly connected with the Starke. Florida, 32091 curtailed the of low-
mining larger than the meat, Or -
Under guise of an energy con- petroleum industry. Plasticsare BASTE TURKEY AT HOME
sulfur coal; ((5) preventedeven encase the meat with
servation measure friends of Daylight a by-product of petroleum. The United States is still the a beginning of leasingand AND SAVE
marinade in a plastic freezer-
Frankly, we fail to see the benefit of
Saving are pushing for permanent DST Much of our synthetic greatest place in our world to exploration for shale-oil Baste your turkey at home type bag. Turn the meat
and unless something is done to stop Daylight Saving, even in the summer materials are by-products five development; and ((6)) stopped and save Turkeys for the several times

them we'll probably have it by the end of time, and stronger arguments than There is a very long list of Sincerely, construction of the Alaska holidays may look out of reach
the those now being used will have to be products we feel are M. A. Baldwin, Jr. pipe-line, which would now be price-wise. But one way to cut Cooking vegetables To
year. advanced to make us believe it is necessities that are byproducts bringing 84 million gallons of down on the price per pound is insure the best (flavor color,
of
Since petroleum. Our oil a day to the U. S. Consumers to look for a plain turkey texture, and food value in
19C6 the nation has operated on necessary on a year 'round basis. main source of energy is from WRONG APPROACHTO .
rather than one that is "self- vegetables, cook them only
daylight savings time six-month petroleum. manufac GAS SHOltTU.iE
on a Many basting." until they are tender, according -
basis making sundown come about nine turers are going to have to Dear Editor: Last Summer, (when the to U. S. Department of
o'clock in the summer time for the reduce production due to fuel crisis was causing con- Actually basting is usually Agriculture home exonomists.FORESTRY.
convenience of "tired" businessmen energy shortage. It Is hard to believe that cern) Sen. Jackson said: "I unnecessary, but if you preferthe
America is in the shape that it think it's outrageous we can't basted kind, here's one
wishing to play a round of after Catidttr Or ? Many products we normally "
golf
Cunning is in after all these of import oil from Alaska. way it can be done.
years
work and at the expense of tired just go out and buy won't be giving foreign aid to the
available in quantity. As an I think it is an outrage, that
Place the turkey in a
mothers trying to get small children to countries that the USA has
example, new car and truck the voters of America put
up shallow roasting pan'and
bed before dark and harassed farmers Slowly but surely as might have been helped.
inventories will dwindle and in with the "doings" of brush with shortening. Lay a IN BRADFORD COUNTYBY
trying to adjust the habits of farm expected, "Operation Candor" is six months time, new car I disagree with President politicians like Henry piece of cloth, such as

animals to the changing time emerging as the biggest dud of the year. availability will be at a Nixon about how he is going to Jackson. cheesecloth, over the turkey

Even members of the President's own premium. Any new vehicle deal with the fuel crisis. breast and legs, and brush JOHN
For will be hard to due to the Now after helping to create
some unexplained reason, friendsof get with shortening again.
party in Congress are becoming the"fuel crisis", Sen Jackson O'MEARA
many plastic parts used. I think he should besides
DST
seem to think the nation woulduse
disillusioned and skeptical. Many small manufactuers closing the gas stations on wants rationing in other Then put the bird into the
less energy during an extra hour of furnishing components to the Sunday also ban Sunday words, he wants more over at 325 degrees and brush

dark before daylight, than they do in an Senator Barry Goldwater the one large factories will be unableto driving. Also he should make Government controls.. occasionally with the pan

hour of darkness after sunset. They man, above all others that Mr. Nixon supply in quantity due to the all the shopping centers closeon Rationing (or strict Government drippings that accumulate. If In spite of the grumbles of a
shortage. The large the Controls) never cured the top begins to brown too lot of homesick Northerners
argue that extending daylight an hour in would energy Sunday. By closing gas
like to win over to his side, manufacturer therefore is stations on Sunday and not anything It is and always has much, cover the turkey with a trees do change their leaf- I
the winter would
reduce overall electricity remains unimpressed by the President's going to be compelled to banning Sunday driving will been a tool used by Govern- tent of aluminum foil. color in much of Florida, some

needs because lighting loads are "comeback" activity. And another reduce production. Not only mean the people will fill up ments to control PEOPLE years more than others

heavier in the evening than in the veteran Republican Senator admitted: will the finished products be in their tanks Saturday eveningand Because roasting time
Our Government should decontrol with the of What the difference
the
varies size causes
morning. But it to short supply, but the the who to
seems us that ones are trying
people "Nixon isn't
really explaining to oil production and turkey, it's best to look at a between the sparse fall and a
the fuel will
necessary parts keep our help shortage
getting up before daylight and cooking Watergate. What he is after is to keep old cars, T.V.'s, or appliancesin drive into the gas station allow the price of oil and gas time chart on the turkey sweep of color in the North

breakfast are going to burn just as many from being impeached. These are running order will be in Monday morning and the to seek their own level, basedon wrapping or in your cookbook. Florida woods?

lights and use as much energy heatingand political tacticsnot an explanation." short supply. Without a ready station will be sold out of gas.I production costs Supply
cooking they would in the dark at supply of repair parts, 25 and Demand. BASIC If you prefer the con- The answer Includes a
of the also believe that all the ECONOMICS. It is time the venience of self-basting combination of things, including -
the road
the end of the day. percent cars on
So far, the so-called "Operation today would be parked in only confusion they are having American people put a stop to turkey and are willing to pay temperature ,
The Candor" might better be termed six months. about Watergate, that they our Government practicing the price, you should read the sunlight, and the amount of
argument is made that Daylight economics based on some label on the bird. The label ground moisture.
"Operation Hoodwink, and nothing has should forget all that garbageand
Savings in the winter is not Fabian Socialist will tell
would reduce been Mr. Nixon's "disclosures"have The gasoline shortage get down to the problemswe (Keynesian) you what the basting
traffic accidents during evening rush changed. the major problem. A far have in this country, and economics or by ECOmaniacs solution is made of. The Droughty seasons hasten
always been grudging and tardy interference color change. It's not unheardof
hours- but by the same token wouldn'tan sighted man can store up a work together and make this ingredients-and flavor--of
and defensive and therefore have thousand gallons of gasoline, these solutions can vary to find a brilliant yellow
extra hour of dark in the morning always been too little and too late to help but if his car won't run, it's the good old USA again. In closing and having widely, and may make a maple in Bradford County in
increase accidents during the rush hour his worthless.The Thank you reference to the end quote of difference in your family's August If there is a gradual
getting to work? credibility.Even Leslie Phillips your editorial of Nov 29 enjoyment of the roasted bird. change: in fall temperature
prognosticators predict Law ley,F la. "There are none so blind, as coloring will be late; and
Energy key Republicans on the Senate from 15 percent to 35 percent those who will not seeand These solutions range from colors are likely to develop in
experts believe that year. Watergate committee shortage of gasoline none so deaf as those who hear straight butter to mixtures of one species at a time. This is
are now asking,
around DST would save about one per President' availability. With con JACKSON HELPED only what they want to hear'" oil and water in various the least spectacular color
"If the is
cent in fuel used for generating elec innocent why scientious driving within the CREATE: CRISIS proportions. Oils used as those season.

tricity. Even if they're right isn't this doesn't he simply lay everything on the 50 mile per hour speed limit, Dear Editor DonE. Champion normally found in margarine
too small table and clear the air once and for all?" avoiding fast starts, allowing : Rt. 1, Box 348 such as cottonseed soy Where should one look for
a savings to be worth all/ the your engine to run only when Keystone Heights the prettiest fall scenery in
coconut oil.
My remarks below refer to or corn Basting
disruption and
the change? inconvenience caused by What most of these Republicans now necessary maintenance periodic performance on. ;your Editorial of Nov. 21, solutions may also contain spots Florida of?colorful You can trees find from vivid the
"
"Sen. Jackson Makes Sense turkey broth plus added
want is what Senators Goldwater and
your car engine, and all the Laughing Stock flavoring and hardwood hammocks of
Great inconvenience to farmers and Scott have been calling for for months: recommendations for good preserving Marion, Sumter, and Citrus
That the President find mileage, even the so-called I would like to remind you ingredients such as salt Counties northward from now
would
parents wipe out any meager a way to meet that this same Sen. Jacksonwas Somehow there's something sugar pepper monosodium
savings that might be gained. Farmers with the Ervin Committee and, in a few "gas hog"25 can increase In the chief architect of the jmocrving about a kid with a glutamate ( MSG ) far into December.

cannot start work until the sun comes up days of testimony provide a detailed multiple mileage car families percent., think "National Environmental l Dttruel Boone haircut a Mark phosphates emulsifiers and It's the angiosperm

and dries the dew off their fields. They accounting, together with all available before you make a trip to Policy Act of 1969" which Twain mustache and an Abe antioxidant agents. (broadleaf) trees that give

have no choice but to work from sunriseto documentation of his relationship to town, to the adjoining city, or used contained by a the"sleeper""Leftwing"clause, Lincoln beard telling us thai he The label on federally- color Florida's with cypress one exception.trees are

sunset. With Daylight Savings they Watergate.The to the corner store. Rather Is rejecting the past. inspected turkeys must list one of two North American

find the hour is too late when they finish the than same two family or three in town cars at from the W L'_o_:_.'KKKSKSrKKWSSBSWSSGospel.._...._...__..:...._,'_._......___SYi'V.AA. > u..::;::...:S'NtiYL......Yi................,._........'..". the ingredients in the basting conifers( evergreens) that

their work to attend meetings or social Senators want meatbut what same time, check before you solution in decreasing order-

functions in which they wish to par. they will continue to get, if Mr. Nixon leave, maybe you can do other Concert Planned with most the listed item first weighing and con-the (Cont. to next p>g.)

ticipate. has his way, is more hamburger helper. errands at the same time. If I. tinuing to the item weighing
four or five in a neighborhood p
persons to work in the For Kidney Fund the least If you are a smart!
go
shopper you will read the label
My Neighbors
same directions at the same
and compare the cost of the
!O4 time, go together.We Four popular singing groups Another event in the con- basting solution in a self-
? CO'J should not be nearly as will be featured in a Richard tinuing drive for the Richard basting bird with basting one 1 11r

p concerned about gasoline Crews Benefit Gospel Concertat Crews Kidney Fund will take you might prepare yourself. .+1f +
ANNA QIrlijii: availability as the preser- the Bradford High School place earlier in the day on r.f
p., vation of energy to make auditorium Saturday Dec 15, Dec. 15 when the 400-pound Remember the added
Q 0qTt ( available the products we from 7:30: till 7Highlighting FFA purebred bull calf will be basting solution Is about 3 i

C rocs need and the replacementparts given away to a lucky winner. percent of the weight on the 4'5

or BOB FERGUSON JOHJI M. MILLERPublished useful.to make these products will be numbers the by concert The The FFA has already raised bird and you pay for this. r E i

PubI lh r. more than $1,000 in donationson
each and Harmony Four with Little FOOD CLIPSMarinading
Fla. under Acc of Thursday Much 3. 1879.entered ss Second Class Mae r ae the.Pose Office ae Seark, Each and everyone of us can Barbara Howell, The Happy the bull calf, and anyone
find something to worry aboutif Valley Trio, The Singing wishing to contribute before meat? To

Subscription rate in trade area: J6 per year: 13.50 airmonthi. we try. Just stop and think Kinsmen and the Samaritans. December 15 may contact any reduce the amount of

Phone 964-630J Outside trade area: $7 per! year: J4.00 aix months. for a minute about our fine member of the Bradford marinade required, use a
Starlte Fla. young man, Richard Crews, Admission is $2 for adults, Junior or Senior FFA container not aluminum (as 4'4;
from Lawtey, fighting for his $1 for children under 12. Chapters acid may pit it) only slightly





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FORESTRY

111I IIUFRC@NNTY.w 5 p.VE. y
Th
-; ----

(Pr .. PTec.dlii. Pe.)

shed their leaves annually.The .
other is the larch tree In
the North. But when the sun is
just right in the late fall
"cypress trees shine the color 04L 0ry 0-

of What old gold!makes" deciduoustrees

color? It's both simple
and complex Green pigmentsin I
chloroplasts give leaves
their green color. When leaves
prepare to shed, the
chloroplasts{>> become

chemical unorganized components and their PRICES GOOD THURS., DEG 6 THRU WED., DEC. 12

disperse in the cell fluids, and "WE HAVE LIVE SCOTCH PINE CHRISTMAS TREES"W
even move out of the leaves $EEF PED?
into twigs and branches.Then
the other pigments in the leaf LET'S CONCENTRATE D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS
become apparent. w.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF STEAKS i OUR ENERGY ON : Sh'ld. Steak $139Delmonlcos 1
$ 39 CONSERVING ENERGY LB''
These pigments carotene 2
LB. 'p SO WE CAM ALL GET
for and
yellow ,
orange xan- +k WO BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
thophyll for yellow and brown THROUGH THE
W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEFSteak FULL CUT BONELESS
r Steak LB.98c
and anthocyanins for pink $ 48 ; LONG COLD WINTER Chuck
red,and purple are numerous Round 1 .
LB. "
and variable. I W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF

Among the most prolific ol WD BRAND USDA CHOICE' BEEF CLUB ORSirloin Cal if. Roast $119
the yellow or rusty yellow Steak $1 59 LB
group in our area are maple lB. W.D BRAND W-D BRAND W.D BRAND USDA INSPECTED PURE(No Addiliv, )
dogwood hawthorn, USDA CHOICE Ib. .$4 Ib. PKG.S3 99))
W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF PORTERHOUSE OR ((5 Pkg 79))((10-
Colors sycamore vary, -and for hickory.example T-bone Steak LB. $179 BOTTOM USDA CHOICE Ground Beef f 3 PKG lB, $2 8999
dogwoods often have a reddish
appearance. When it comes to ROUND CHUCKROAST HICKORY' SWEET
W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BOTTOM
color change hickories are 1 1LB.. c
fickle.gorgeous Some and years some they years are Round Steak lB. $139 1 Sliced Bacon PKG.

they're nothing but black- W D BRAND SMOKED PORK SHOULDER WHOLE
W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS! T.OP ROAST
pocked brown.As Round Steak $158 1 Picnics l8nrrwlr c
for the reds keep an eye lB. LB
peeled for blackgum (tupelo),
iolL SWIFT'S PREMIUM LEAN ROUND
W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS SIRLOINLB. 2 8 .
sweetgum (these can be
purplish bronze or yellow or Steak $169 S,CHOICE Canned Ham 4 LB $6 99
all three),shining sumac, and Tip J CAN
turkey oak (short-lived color
W D BRAND GRADE "A"
but a real beauty briefly). WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
Rib Steak $159 Baking Hens LB78C
During a vintage year in lB. LB .
Florida, seek out a north
Florida park or woods ram
pant with old hickory trees Quantity Rights
and you may never waste gal Reserved
on North Carolina 01 WINN' DIXIE 1 I STORES INC SAVE 12c SAVE 31c SAVE 40c
Gatlinburg again. COPYRIGHT' ,1973
JUMBO
VEGETABLE

Give A Living BOUNTY COFFEEA SHORTENING r-


Plant ForChristmas SCO rsc,
+r TOWELS Limit 1 of choice w/$7.5O or more pur.excl. cig. n, O

Limit 1 ol choice w/$7.30/ or more pur. excl.cig ,

The holiday season is in full
swing and one of the nicest 0 3 J JCAN

gifts plant.you can give is a living ,LELg 3 8 -LB.. 68s LB. 99


With only a few weeks to go ... ROLLS CAN
in the last mad rush for things SAVl30,
Florida Nurserymen and
SAVI21C-MAXWILL HOUSI ALL VIGITAIIt ASiOR
Growers Association (FNGA)
members can do you a favor COFFEE SHORTENING

by delivering your selected HARVEST FRESH FLORIDA IIBAO 68c 3 LI 89c
plant as a Christmas present. A" HARVEST FRESH
Not only is the gift more appreciated U. S. FANCY MORTON
because it will live LETTUCE :
for years but it also helps to YELLOW MACARONI L CNtf!, SPAGHETTI L MEAT, POLE BEANS
environment. If CHICKEN SIIF OR TURKIT
preserve our
the plant happens to be a tree
leaves will later fall to the soil i' CORN POT PIES
and promote more living soil
through the composition of the .12 s 2
foliage. You might recall thata
tree will supply about four
tons of oxygen for a whole LB.
year. So think of your neigh-
bors and your friends when
you purchase that living plantas VINE RIPE 1io'79 5 MORTON ASSORTED MEAT

a gift. TOMATOES 8.oz, DINNERS

Some plants are tolerant of
cold. Petunias for exampls PIES
can freeze solid and still
survive. Pansies can also (ALL EXCEPT $
withstand adverse weather. 3 3 SUPERBRAND (OTRS ) SAVE 50 2 HAM)
1
Nurserymen suggest that you i MARGARINE
protect those plants that LB. 2+ 9 UB. 11-01.
cannot periods.survive Use the extremelycold a heavy 3 PKGS. S8c PKGS.

cover such as old blankets
thick insulation material, or SAVE 4Jc STOKELY FRUIT SAVE 29c STOKELY TINY WHOLE WHITE PINEBREEZE USDA 'INSP. GR. 'A' FRESH FLA. ALL WHITE OCOMA CHICKEN, SALISBURY OR TURKEY
even cardboard boxes. No Cocktail 4 17 oi 88c Potatoes 5 a 88C
CANS Extra 79C Dinners
plants have ceased growing at Limit 4 w/$7.SO/ .mar.. .purcha......clgs.loai .. CANE Lge Eggs DOZ. 2 $10PKGS.
this time of the The root .
year. SAVE 21 c VAN CAMP SAVE 29c STOKELY CUT OR FRENCH STYlE FRESH

growth system be active, however with and supplies nutrients, continues the and top to Pork & Beans 5 'CAM. 88c Green Beans 4 CANS I 88C Strawberries 3 PINTS $129 MORTON Peach CHERRY. APPLE Pie OR 2 2 ;;;. 89

water. Strong winter winds SAVE IBc "THE ENERGY DRINK" SAVE I7c CRACKIN' GOOD CREME U S. No. 1 POLY BAG RUSSET BAKING MORTON PUMPKIN

deplete of to moisture the keep limbs the so and soil it is moistin branches important Gatorade 3 32 otBTLS... 88c Sandwiches 3 UoiPKGS'. $100 Potatoes .10 BAG: 99e Meat Pie OR MINCE_ 20o PIE 39

order to preserve the top of SAVE I2c VAN CAMP BEANEE AURORA BATHROOM LAND O' SUNSHINEButter

your plants. Weenee 3 CANS 88c Tissue 3 ROLL 88c IIB.PKG. Waffles 13'0'
I PKGS. . 79 2 PKGS $lOOSTOKELY
Now is excellent time
to
an
TOMATO THRIFTY MAID DEL MONTE EARLYGarden VAlHSING

and peach think shape trees.about of The pruning a well proper pruned form your Sauce 8 : oi s88c Fruit Drinks 3 44 CANS 01. 88c Peas 3 17 CANS 01. 88c Corn-on-Cob 2 4p:GS.. $10VAN

peach tree should be that of a CAMPChili ARROW DIXIE DARLING FAMILY
POLY BAG FROZEN
FRENCH

outside.fruiting basket,open Watch branches in the for center scale on with the on & Beans 2 1 13 CANS'_ 88c Paper Plates 1 1SOCT.PKG... 88c Bread . 3 L ".,88C Potatoes .FRY 5 LAO 99c

your peach trees. This may STOKELY FEMININE NAPKINS N' SERVE SEEDED OR

growth.manifest Ethion A will itself spray help of in Malathionor to a control white Tomato Juice 2 46 CANS 01 8Sc Modess . 2 I2cr.PKGS... 88C Cluster'I Rolls 3 s:- ;'. 88e Strawberries 3 P 10.01 KGS.' $1

the scale. Repeated applications SAVE |lie. STOKELY Whol. K.m.l or Croon S.lo 12-CT. OVERNITE OR "M-CT DAYTIME FLORIDA WHITE OR PINK SUPERBRAND WHIPPED

may be necessary. Golden Corn 5 CANS I 88c Pampers . PKG.88c Grapefruit 5 i: 69e Topping 2 ss; $1 loor

Now is a good time to think

about ground covers. The .......... ... ... ... -. ... ......... .... ... .......-... .......... ....... ....... ... ...... ==
mondo grass type ground .1 =
cover can be easily tran- Ed7t XTRA ..I.IEXTRA : EXTRA. rrrI Ex.--R r

splanted will make at this a strong time vigorousroot of year.It :::1' I I ........GREEN...... tOUHM*STAMPS>M* "WMMtl M : I I dot.|Wt GREEN...l4) COUPON STAMPS Mt *UKMaif 01 e::1. I I ,.J'I".{...GREEN,.....,...-STAMPS....."...... I I del/.,.GREEN...... ,.. .STAMPS......u.... .. + EXTRA d7( GREEN STAMPS,
system during the ONE loot BOTTLE 1 ONE 21-01 CAN ", I'' ONE PKG. DEL MONTE ONE 2 IB CUP
remaining winter months : TILE BRITE LYSOL SPRAY ONE 4t-ot. BOTTLE GRAND TOUR :
SUFERBRAND '
1 4hil / CREAMED
ready for strong top growth in : CleanerGOOD + DisinfectantGOOD ::1 I Mop /& Glo 41 DinnersGOOD + Cottage Cheese '
"
the Check with THRU DEC. THRU DEC. 12 ::1'i GOOD THRU DEC. 12 :n THRU DEC. 12 i
local spring.Florida Nurserymen your and :E- o. 1 .. ?.. ,? .::2Ex.R No 1 .. .... ,_.. ......., ::1 No. 3 .. ,?.o.-.. ...... : No. 4..M.. ...... .::: No 5 GOOD., .THRU, .. DEC. 12 i
Growers Association (FNGA) .._- --..... .._ . -. ? ?

other member good for ground his advice covers.on Rye the I I 1 EXTRA .:'I:! E"--RA." r Ex.--R EXTRA ;

grass is a bright green. If you :, del-.GREEN>.*.(. 10MI STAMPS*. fu CI*.U O* 1' I I .4',1...((MwrNl GREEN. tWn,STAMPS.? wt4 a ,:": I I ,.J'Ii."wIwNNN;! GREEN t:_STAMPS... .."..M an ,, I I .dyl..*Ml.GREEN......IMOM STAMPS.M, MtKMaU.* <
the fall < ?
earlier in
it M
planted ONE 2 IB PKG. 1 ONELI. CAN ONE 24 01 SIZE 33...ON COR!..).Turkoy.Solitbury + ONE$29 '
it is too bring a green '1 FREEZER QUEEN '/ 4 SWIFT PREMIUM :: COZY KITCHEN o.Slurlool P.pp.Dinner HARVEST AND UP '
anon FRESH ,
the yellowish side. If it 1 Meat Dinners 11 Canned Ham :":: Assorted Cakes ;; Double Entrees 'r Fruit Basket '
is, yu should apply an ap- GOOD THRU DEC. 12 1No.6 L t GOOD THRU DCC. 12 GOOD THIU DEC 12 "'L1 '
d a mixed chemical ..""" .M.. ......... No 7 .......OM.. ........ :IL![ No 8 .. .?. ,?., ...... No.9.GOOOIHRUDlCI2, t9v*.inr.i _KM..i .' No 10.Pa.ell' GOOD.-. .THRU. .. .DEC.......12,
fertilizer. Check with your .: ...._ .. ...... -- .._ ?? ? +
local nurserymen for the
spreader setting and the type
of fertilizer to use. 434 w. Madison



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I L ruIIl( (BUV? E( Batchelder Fertiliser Shortage Faced By Farmers Wake up to musicOpportunities .


Noise is part of everydaylife. Mrs. Marian D. Batchelder will face the be and
Farmers especially tight The U. S. relatively good they can
It comes at us from all 72, of Keystone Heights died;; problem of especially tight owns much of the world's raw more wisely spend their LffJ!; 11t1
sides. Some is meaningless, November 30 in a Gainesville fertilizer supplies during the material supply. Most of the money on potassium. Or the ,
r most has meaning, some Is hospital after a brief illness. 1974-75 growing season, a production is in Florida. The reverse may be true.
God made,most Is man made. Mrs.Batchelder born in University of Florida soil last few years has seen a trend Dr. Nesmith suggests other
Organized noise is music.As Tuckerton N. J. and was scientist says.A toward high analysis ways to insure that the proper lJ1
a result we become married to the late Ralph shortage of a million tons superphosphate and am amount of fertilizer is 1
((7; addicted. We cannot operate Courtney for 48 years until his of nitrogen and almost three- monium phosphate.A available:
.
Rat. and the tJ
ltva without it. The TV car .
death in 1963. During the quarters of a million tons of big problem now and in -At>ply fertilizer in the fall
radio are always blaring. depression, Mrs. Batchelder phosphorous is estimated for the future is the nitrogen on level land if the soil test
CQ .cJl WHY?What are we afraid of? owned and managed a will
1974. Potassium supplies supply situation, Nesmith recommendation reveals a ,
Seriously, many are afraid of boarding house and apart- depend on railroad car says. The natural gas supply need for nitrogen, :,.Jr
silence. Silence is a lack of ment building, and became i\
availability for shipment, needed to make nitrogen phosphorous or potassium. et
for Service noise. Silence should Is seek somethingthat and use known as one of the out- says Dr. Jim Nesmith, fertilizer is being dried up by --Contact fertilizer dealersas sr
we standing cooks and hostessesin Florida Extension other to
Cooperative uses particularly by soon as possible arrangefor
Sunday and enjoy. Silence is the the community. Later she Service. need supplies for future
Foreign Mission for thought, industry's to burn clean ap .
Day In Sunday School, 9:45: ; breeding ground and was employed as a seam- Why the shortage? The fuel due to current environmental plication. cO'
Morning Worship at 11 self-reflection prayer. stress in a clothing factoryand devaluation of the U S. dollar concerns. A -Consider the possibility of A TIME-I/Y REMINDER and the gift of AM and KM lirouil-
silence
o'clock, sermon: "Something Moments of for all are of was equally skilful in this which has made foreign natural gas shortage is expected developing storage facilitiesso rant mimic and sound are combined in this digital AM-FM
New"; Youth Handbells. 5 absolutely necessary work.In purchase of U. S. fertilizers a until nuclear energy that fertilizer can be rlork. radio. Thin receiver, suggested for Chrintmim gifting by
o'clock; Church Training us to realize that God cares. October of 1967 she bargain Dr. Nesmith says. U. comes to the fore or natural purchased and stored for Zenith, also has a wake-to-mu. or buzzer alarm convenience.
6:15: ,Evening Worship at 7:30: -Fr.James Cregan married Harrison Batchelder, S. deficit spending has placed gas is made out of coal. future use. Ruined cabinet I Ia grained walnut color with. chrome trim.
sermon: "I Want That a widower. The two families considerable capital in foreign Dr. Nesmith says many
Mountain" had been friends from the buyers hands and a price farmers should find out if they
Monday Combined Youth early days in Tuckerton and freeze on domestically really need as much
and Adult Choir Practice, 7 ObituariesWJS.Funtig shortly after their marriage produced fertilizer permits phosphate and potassium
they moved to Keystone exporting of U. S. fertilizer at fertilizer as they are using. A
p.m.Tuesday Crusader and Heights.Mrs. premium prices.Phosphates soil test may reveal that cW8lcome
Carol Choir Practice, 3:30: ; Batchelder had been a will continue tort phosphate levels are !
Crusader and Carol Hand member of the Tuckerton
bells. G. A., 4:15: Ethel Methodist Church for over 60 ". .
; Biggs
Group meets at Garden years,serving as chairman of + ....:- !. .. -

Restaurant, 7 p.m. Brownlee William S. Funtig 61, of the much decorating of that time.committee She was for a >I-- ; 0pie 0/-/ -.. ---
Group meets at home of
Helen Oglesby, 7:30: p.m.Mrs. Route,Starke died suddenly member and past matron of To Our IJJIYt:3G: ] ((1JIJJJ0t:3(! :
Wednesday Acleens 5 Sunday morning.Born in Ohioon Tuckerton Chapter 54, OES of During the 17th century peo believed that gout could
o'clock; Family Night Supper, Feb. 20, 1912 he was a New Jersey; and a member of be cured by perspiring. They were all wet.
6 o'clock Hour of Power R. retired supervisor for a motor the Daughters of the
; ; December 9
and a Catholic. Sunday
A., 6:30: p.m.; Teachers and company was American Revolution. In o ,
Officers Surviving is his wife, AnnaV. Florida she belonged to the 4
Combined Meeting 7:15: ; Funtig and one daughter, Senior Citizens Club of Starke, 4
Youth and
Choir Practice, 8 o'clock.'Adult Mrs. Carolin A. Vale, both of the Fellowship Club of 4 Hartmann Apartments 3:00: To 5:00: P.M.
Thursday Music Makes Starke; a son, William A. Keystone Heights, and the 4
Funtig,and a brother, George American Association of 4
and World Friends, 3:30: ; Pre- THE OFFICERS DIRECTORS AND EMPLOYEESOF
both of Cleveland,
School Music Activities, Funtig Retired Persons. She was an 4 ApproxeOpening
Ohio. active member of Faith 4
Visitation Mission 7 Friends, 4:05: ; Funeral services were held Presbyterian Church, THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK CORDIALLY
p.m.
at 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. Melrose. 4 DateDec.
BEN P. BRYANT, Pastor Edward's Catholic Church Surviving are her husband; 4 INVITE YOU TO JOIN US IN CELEBRATING THE
with Father James Cregan one son, Ralph B. Courtney; 4
officiating. The Christian and three grandsons of 15th COMPLETION OF OUR EXPANDED BUILDING AND
Wake (Rosary) was held at Tuckerton, J. N.; a sister, .
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST 7:30: p.m. Monday in Jones Mrs. Beatrice Penrose, Toms FACILITIES WHICH WILL ENABLE US TO SERVE
CHURCH Memorial Chapel. Intermentwas River N. J.; and a brother, Completely Renovated Under
in Crosby Lake Houston C Driscoll, Keystone 4 YOU EVEN BETTER IN THE FUTURE, AND KEEP
Four miles west of Starke on
Cemetery. Height. 4 New Management
SR-100. Church phone 964- PACE WITH THE RAPID GROWTH OF OUR ENTIRE
6490. Parsonage, 9646407.

a.m.Sunday Sunday Bible Morning School Worship 10- Carole BarnesMrs. H. CrawfordHarold :4 Phone For Appointment AREA.KEYSTONE .

10:50: ; Sunday Evening 4 & Private Showing

Training, 6 p.m. Sunday Carole Ann McKinney Crawford, 52, of 4
Evening Worship 7 Evening p.m. Barnes 20, of Starke, died Route 3, Starke, died Wednesday 4 STATE BANK"Your
Wednesday early Sunday morning from Nov. 27, in Bradford 4
Worship, 7:30.: Choir injuries received in an County Hospital after a short 4 964-7285 or 473-3096
Rehearsal, 8:30.: automobile accident north of illness. Born in Jacksonvilleon 4
Thursday Visitation, 7 Teen p.m. Lawtey. She was born in Oct. 2, 1921, he was a I Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Community"
Sunday Evening Starke on May 12, 1953 was a lifelong resident of Bradford '
Singers practice, 5 p.m. Inn,and a County, a veteran of World I
clerk at the Holiday Given Choice and
School Leases Priority
Teen Prayer Baptist.Surviving. War II, and a Baptist. lie was Keystone Heights, Fla.
Tuesday,
Meeting, 8 a.m.
are her husband a member of American I
across from high school on Donald B. Banres; one son, Legion Post 56 and was em-
301. Bring your Bible. -- -
Jeremy Boyer; her father ployed as a radio operator by -
W. B. McKinney; her mother Clay Electric Cooperative in
and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Keystone Heights.
W. P. Reams, Jr.; and a Surviving are his wife, Edna Mark Olin
Guy JonesGuy brother William McKinney, Ray Newsome Crawford and '
all of Starke. one son James Ray

Jones, 70, died Wed- Funeral services were heldat Crawford,both of Starke; four Santa's No. 1 Helper ( "
nesday,Nov. 28,at his home in 2 p.m.Tuesday in DeWitt C. brothers Gerald Crawford .\ '.\
Waldo. lie retired Jones Chapel with Rev. Ben Keystone Heights; Kenneth '<0'
was a
engineer with the Seaboard Bryant conducting. Intermentwas Crawford, Starke; Ronald ..;, I' -. '
Railroad and was a memberof in Santa Fe Cemetery. Crawford, Ocala and Larry CAN HAVE YOU IN
Crawford Gainesville five
the Waldo Masonic ;
Lodge. sisters, Mrs. Hazel Rhoden .
Funeral services were heldat DYAL CEMETERY':: Mrs. Bernice Jackson, Mrs. YOUR NEW ", :
) :
11 a.m. Monday, at the f\ !: .;
/
WORKING.: ; DEC. 15 Eloise Jackson, Mrs. Meriam r.r.
graveside in Santa Fe Faulkner, and Mrs. Yvonne I \.'\ \ .''' / t t4"4.
.'
Jones Cemetery Funeral with DeWitt Home C.in A working will be held a Boone all of Starke. MOBILE HOME ( / ) : \ tx '
,
charge. Masonic rites were Dyal Cemetery on Saturday, Funeral services were held I j } I
conferred the Waldo Dec. 15. All interested personsare at 2 p.m. Friday in the First { ( ); '
by
Masonic Lodge. urged to attend and spendthe Baptist Church Keystone FOR CHRISTMAS ( C } .
day. Heights, with Rev. Lawrence I a a e .:
Carroll and Rev. Merle \ tA. : !

Packham conducting. In- { 'v/4t J
terment was in Hope .

Cemetery, Theressa, with WlJ f., .\.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Olin's b-I
GIVE Home in charge.Trim 0 I e 'll "


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The holiday season is M4 .,
rapidly approaching and 1 ..:..:!J *,-.-
Slop_t our store homemakers are faced with j
the annual
task of organizing -

On your 7/fxt Visit 2:10 (ainaivilfa.UU.JdavaAeLar greeters.oncoming their";households rush of "season's for the ,,j The Oldest Mobile Home DealerIn

Children everywhere are

a Selection. Oftart / them keyed-up and finding occupied with things anticipation and off-the-to keep, ,j Bradford Co. Olin's Has Outlasted Five Others.


J./arJbacLJAnJ paptll'bacLJ ,tor scene Is no minor chore.
Why not give them some-
thing interesting to do, save

// y CveryJaila.'. Jht Jhinffl. tndJnllrest.&L4. Jo give. yourself pocketbook at once. time Let a good the and children do turn your all, 1 J LiJLUc l ( ? 0 QL lB 3GJ0E(! ( PEDEG0 @i EHIL (0!JJI i! ] m iJ 0

with the aid of some every-

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situation( that with the

A. leArmondNBC's equipment and training they
That ? have when the modular
television arrives on the scene the
'Emergency" emergency is over and they
are taught rightly so. From
millions
on Saturday
within the unit they can
gives a pretty receive specialized care. of the
long picture of what Next to the trained staff of contact anyone
done by a trained ( both the rescue squads and the receiving hospitals in the area
watt four channel
paramedics whizzing hospital with its emergency with a 100
units
Some
to calls in the city ., .... department is a piece of equipped radio. and other units come will
Angeles in their, now I" > equipment that has become
: walkie talkie
a
be receiving
Rescue"Gage 51.and" Nash, ; I' > on known wheels as ,an the emergency new "modular room device that keys back throughthe
watt mobile tran-
by Randolph ambulance." These new 100
trayed
; in the ambulance
and Kevin Tighe,are mobile life support systemsare smitter so
millions of fire and E put together, (quite that the men may speak to a
personnel literally, they coma In sec doctor or nurse from
nation and have tions and are assembled in wherever their patient Is
training films currently $ Jacksonville) at a cost in without having to return to
unit. This is
modular
by many major excess of $21,000)) each for the their
larger type vehicle.In real life saving talk power
squads.
that does and will allow both
As individuals and ,5: Bradford County you can members of the rescue teamto
of less than a ()
metropolis local take a look at one parked at stay with a patient. The
the back door of Bradford men talk from University in
and watch their
it is "Rescue and Shands
County Hospital Jacksonville in
tubes and be
may 60." Each of the rescue units Gainesville to their local
the true to life
are designated a numeric hospitals and law enforcement
pening in counties
the State of Florida designation for purposes of agencies without
equal and often times communication and so that difficulty
11
the accurate well ( the computer can put all the Besides the equipment
scripts of "Emergency. information together. already mentioned the
While the year 1973 modular units come with builtin
remembered by all The importance of the oxygen supplies portable
''ear of the modular is that within the unit resuscitators, extrication
Watergate A itself is enough equipment to equipment, an electric
resignation and A handle massive trauma cases, pulsometer for monitoring the
Dick's" indignation, a heart victims, expectant patients heart rate, a built in

tapes that were and ; ..... mothers that sometimes are "Sphygomanometer" or blood
t973 will be more expectant than even pressure meter, an electric
quite a growing number they may expect, accidental timer, and intercommunications -
vear they lived perish's poisonings, burn victims, drug equipment between the
because of the Eight ( fIt '< overdoses and the often fatal patient compartment and the
Emergency Medical to stopped heart or cardiac driver. It even comes com-
Project headquartered \ arrest. EMT's are taught plete with two flashlights anda
City: of Jacksonville.The .. early in their course of In- pocket knife as well as a
"EMC Project" ( '..r"iL, #_j;". ".." small chest of tools.
III''"
has become known to --
has affected the lives (of ( :, -
and will in the coming ( FOR
touch each of us. For

that haven't heard the took place to
the EMC Project is a wax and food
of life giving ern ( ALL THE
medical care. This is
type of care that has

predominate in the past NEW THAT'S"FIT
of first aid oxygen sup
hour and
x-ray
sometimes less than
service, and most,
hands at the scene of
cident, but it is a hospitals '
Project, have two TO SELL"Ladies
:::coordinated highly
treatment given at the
installed that will
where seconds may
or physician to
towards the difference
with the
rescue
saved and lives lost.
the scene of the
The program origi ( (
well as en route.
when the City of (
are two such
began to cross train ) .
of the fire ( ( communications in the smaller : ,:. > ,_
rescue work. ()
usually located
beginning led to what (
station
nurses ShoesS
considered one of the system located
not the very best,
medical care ( emergency
"stems in the United of the hospital

today The
by the men of the being able to
Fire-Rescue Squad with the rescue Children
with figures from the is also in
Safety Council that I contact with

less tha n 20.000 persons sheriff's depart-
these; United States will have hot linesto Shoes '
As any new program there patrons saw the man and no position to argue with these staffed emergency treatment the major receiving J. (fK :
sincere life hospitals such as University in
. .. savers. center. Once called the
-_-_-_-_-_- - - The third Jacksonville and Shands
... ....... ..t Samaritan on the emergency room the change
scene took one look at the now today is call it the emergency Teaching Hospital I in
still, breath holding form and department because basically Gainesville.This .
"knew" he had a case (of emergency medicine has allows the rapid
cardiac arrest and began a rib become( a department and assignment of bed space,
Starke shattering external cardiac science all its own. Besides receipt of advice from a bin inner

massage.Out providing the normal featuresyou specialist, and immediate
of the crowd that would expect to find in an instructions for transport of F I footwearPHONE .
e Builders gathered a fourth Samaritancame emergency department the the more critically acute
omefo forth and quite possiblywas hospital must provide a minor cases from the smaller 37><.7oot 3411 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE CAJNESVTtU. R.ORIDA
the most accurate of the surgery, cardiac monitors and hospital to a major medical
Suppliesfor lot when he grabbed the man's center where the patient can

feet and legs and held them in ._ .._ .._ .
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the air stating, "He's in 5SSeS@a@SPSPSPSPSP3PSPSPQc! !
< &s S fflx
shock!" < < 05

The fire rescue personnelthat
arrived on the scene only
moments later took commandof
&ftF the situation and the man MustangMOBILE
with the displaced shoulder
itv only to become the victim of 964-7212
sincere but inexperienced life
savers was helped to put his
shoulder back in place and HOMES
was directed to a restaurant INC. StarkeFla
where he did not have to take ,
off his hat for lunch.

T and This Year Boys Give, Quality Fun to All Sporting the Men just I thought a bit far the fetched tale sounded until I Santa Can Deliver A New Mobile Home

Equipment. Here You'll Find Gifts heard a Union County Rescue

S S. for Everyone Your LJst..Select Squad member recount
on recently he had a patient that For ChristmasStop
i From the Largest Stock in this Area. tried to end it all by over

J.tS dosing with Schlitz beer. and By

SP USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN ascorbic Ponsell acid brought! with him a 1650 North Temple Ave. U.S. 301 North

nurse co-ordinator Mrs. Iris
;jr: ;nv FOR TIlE Parish, RN who taught and
Make
classes throughout many of I The Arrangements Today
the eight county districts. Of
course, these two individualsdid
HUNTER !
1. not do all the work alone,
but because they are so oftenin
the field they have becometwo '\
of the best known to the '
men and women who staff the ( r
I SHOT
GUNS various
rescue squads. G
RIFLESHUNTING The training portion of the j
&ZoX
COATS EMC Project is not an easy I Q. IW i
HUNTING VESTSWATERPROOF one, nor should it be. The (\

4I ( BOOTS course was put together by the .. pa p-
GUN CASES American Academy of Or .%
MOST thopaedic Surgeons over a '
CAL.
RIFLE AMMO. of and is
I span years designedto
t ASSORT. GAME CALLS take the layman who has an .
SHOT GUN SHELLS advanced knowledge in first
INSULATED SOCKS aid as taught by the Red Cross
INSULATED UNDERWEAR up through the professionallevel.

HUNTING CAPS The course, the basic ,? .F
section of the course, is some II
LATEST COMO. CLOTHING 80 hours in length.A II

COMPLETE LINE OF *. SNAKE BITE KITS good many hours may be !
HUNTING KNIVES added to that basic course II .
Ilulla-Heels -Tickle SNAKE PROOF LEGGINS starting with a nine hour
HUNTING STOOLS defensive and emergency
|Blrre4-< Artificial Lures driving tactics course taught I .
NEW TYPE GAME BAG '
FOOTBALLSBASKETBALLSARCirERYBASEBALLS ALL WEATHER SUITS by the Florida Highway -bit'- Open 9A.M. Til Dark Sun 1 P.M.. TIL Dark
Patrol. Then there are the 10
HAND WARMERS hours of extrication of accident -

WEIGHT LIFTING EQUIPMENT SAFE LANTERN KERO HEATERS A where they victims may from be trappedand auto's i The Most: Economical Home To


/'nnip/ete; Line Of Tools For The Do-It- Yourself Man general themselves various public into other without places will being get the I Heat. |Is R Mobile Home

able to get themselves out on


Starke Builders Supplies, Inc. drugs their. Next own., the there administration are courses of in II I Eliminate Your Fuel Shortage Problem,


215 E. Washington St. Phone 964-5270 drugs orally, parent rally, I Move Into A New Mobile Home From
and of course as you have seen I Today Mustang . .
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Gas Shortage'-': Affects SchoolsEducational Deputy N

field trips will may become more difficult. according to Young. the car on any day when the
I be recommended as the first "Several bus drivers had Another gas saver could be number of students would SheriffJulius
I cut to ease shortage of asked about the 40( MPH the use of a smaller vehicle allow it," he added.
I gasoline in Bradford County limit," Young said. They are going to and from the Young said that if more than if Idea's For Great Gift Selection
school system operations. in favor of the slower speed Gainesville campus of Santa the car s capacity wanted to Eunice, 25-year-old
Transportation DirectorKen he said. In a mileage check of Fe Junior College. Young ride, the bus would make the Starke police officer, has been
Young mentioned the two school buses Young stated that at times fewer run. Otherwise, students appointed a Bradford County ti At N
idea at the last board meetingand reported that both buses got than six persons ride the bus would go in the smaller deputy sheriff, according to
the recommendation will less than six miles per gallon, and they could easily ride in vehicle. Sheriff Dolph Reddish.
be placed before the membersfor somewhere in the neighborhood the county Falcon. Drivers of buses will be N
action at the Dec.4 school of 5.7, he said. One of "The savings would be a asked to leave their vehiclesat Eunice,a'city patrolman for Koch
board meeting. the buses checked was nearlynew good idea," responded Blaine a nearby school or central the past two years, replaces Drugs
Young also listed other and the other several Thompson, new vice- location to save the expense of former Deputy Sheriff Glen
measures which should be years old. The difference in chairman of the board. "I driving buses to their Sapp who has transferred to ST.
implemented in order to stay mileage was very slight, would be in favor of sending residences. Young told the the State Attorney's Office as I W. CALL
within the gas allocation set board that he had allowed a criminal investigator basedin
for county schools such as: some drivers to take buses the Bradford County Ladies Fashion
reducing the maximum speed Remove Gate From home but only in rare cases.A courthouse.
for buses to 49( MPH, discussion of locking gas "We're glad to get Eunice," a
eliminating the practice of caps for the buses followed but Sheriff Reddish says of his
drivers taking buses home at Road. Union Asks no decision was made. newest deputy who began Handbag
service with the Sheriff's
night,using a smaller vehicleto w
transport Santa Fe Junior Department Nov.22."I feel he
College students and con Barricading of a public tendent of county works will Holly ivysymbolic has the prerequisites for '
sideration of locking gas capsto road, the Raiford Fire be sent to the property to do making a good deputy. We are SIZE & COLORS ,f. ti
prevent theft of gas from Department and the prospectsof the job. looking forward" to having himon ;0; ;
bus tanks. Fire Chief J. D. Griffis our staff. "
a new doctor for Union ed
Young reported that the County kept the County appeared before the board on Deputy Eunice has com- w ''E: } ,!" $4.99!! w
county had exceeded its Commission in special sessionfor behalf of the Raiford pleted the 200-hour basic law :' .,t UP
allocation for the month of more than two hours Oct. Volunteer Fire Department enforcement training now N
October but that November asking for a 99-year lease on of holidayFor required bv state law a 40-() .
seemed to be about the same. 24.School board member part of the property on which hour breathlyzer course, and 4E 4< 4 4 4 4 * ***** ** .
The following comparison of Morris Dobbs came before the Raiford Community Center 80 hours of instruction in Special .N
last year's gas consumptionwith board to request that and ball park now stand for a green Christmas, supervisory techniques. \ ; OPEC
this year's tells the story: something be done about an erection of a fire station for consider holly and Ivy. Hol- Prior to becoming a Starke \ Corning
August 1972 (four school adjacent property owner who recently acquired fire fighting ly is regarded by some to policeman Eunice served a fi RED' .. N
days) 2,400 gallons-August has put a gate up over a equipment. bring luck to men while Ivy year on the auxiliary police A
1973 (five school days) 5,300 county-owned and maintained After a lengthy discussionon does the same for women. squad. lie has also worked for N Ware, ,a8
gallons; September 1972 ((20( road, thereby preventing the legalities involved in Holly represents the home, one and a half years at the $ N
days) 6,200September 1973 Dobbs from access to another having to advertise the Ivy the inn (for that Yule county's motor vehicle inspection
((19 days) 7,241 gallons; October piece of property he owns. property, by County Atty. Hal cup). station. Set
1972(21 days) 6,600 gal.- Commissioner Gerald Maines, a motion was put .
.
October 1973 ((22 days) 9,570; Griffis called for permissionto through by D: C. "Skip" And If you get a kiss un- --. 9.99
November 1972 (20 days) yank the gate down with a Woodington that Maines be der the mistletoe, remem-
350
6,850-Novernber 1973 (up to county road grader if instructed by the board to go ber that the Druids In Brit- DECEMIIER 23ili
Nov. 20, 14 days) 5,405. necessary, but he later madea ahead with the legal work ain believed that the para- It was in 350 that Decem-
Young said that he had no far tamer motion that a necessary to advertise for site brought great blessings. ber 25th was designated for Save
trouble getting the extra gas letter be sent to advise the bids on the property and then If the kiss Is from someone the observance of the birth 44 . 5S.S5..j
over the allocation from gate-erecting property ownerto draw a lease agreement you like,perhaps the super- of Christ by Julius I, Bish- Electric
another distributor. However, take the gate down in the between the county and the stition Is true. op of Rome. Timex
the availability of extra gas next 30 days or the superin- Raiford volunteer unit. Blanket

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88 cents use WAGONS
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Dozen more to choose from. lightingRed Green Prices '1.00"P J3C' ,- Sterling AFTER SHAVE $4.00


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TIES tott'1.69 '
f.\: : Key '". Christmas TreeDecorations = fi
Bag of r 21 satin bows 53cents / PLUSH TEDDY I ..! -{ \

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301 1 Nut Prices *

Honor :!t 1"e ,

Rise Slightly] C",

Show BeginsAt Sunday :!t c Li **

SundownFRI. Prices rose slightly in By
bidding at last Thursday's ClosingRequests *
Pecan auction, according to : : Mono Marchant *
SAT Manager Bob Allen of the
State Farmers Market in that gas stations
Starke.A close on Sunday were honored Tomorrow night is another and should not exceed two
heLegendof total of 21,455 pounds of I by stations in Sta rke, according big night for our BIIS lines. Place them in your
pecans were sold during the to reports received by Basketball team the Tornadoes Senior box!
third day of marketing last the Telegraph.Traffic first home game
Boggy Thursday. On Nov. 15, 16,696 was down from the against Madison. The J. V. The Civitans will sponsor a ;
pounds were sold and a little ____ number of for the
r __ cars passing game starts at 6 p.m. and the supper tonight
over 25,000 pounds were sold through on 301 in a one hour Varsity starts immediatelyafter. Civinettes and Civitans at the ,
CreehlGI i.J at the opening sale. 't period on Saturday. Count on Help make this a suc- American Legion hall :
Allen said that over-all Saturday from four to 5
p.m.
cessful for the Tor-
A TltUC year
!: STONY
Cotal'" TECWMOlCtl .raw II TtCHNISCOI'( quality was improved, 4 4Ih was 520 cars and 36 trucks and nadoes.
although"we still have a lot of buses. Sunday during the BRADFORD COUNTY
light nuts, not completely same time 342< cars and 24 The Spanish Club is selling SCHOOL MENU:
filled out." Curtis prices trucks and buses traveled Handi-Notes, with self-
36 cents about the north and south.Information .
averaged ,
PLUS"NIGHT sticking seals.Sixteen colorful DEC 10-14
same from last week's rangeof r. .a .,I / given to the notes for only a dollar. If you
30 to 36 cents.Seedlings Telegraph indicated that only would like to buy some, see Menu subject to change due to
OF THE averaged 34 It may not look like it but this to a 1M? Hudson covered with grass.This was a project of the two stations near here were Glenda Epos, Cynthia Davis, delivery.
cents, up two cents from its horticulture instructors Mr and Mrs Walter Westrott from the Vocational Center. They planto open. One located on 301 in Janice Davis, Brenda
BLOOD week of cents. Waldo and another four miles
last 32
average enter this car in the Christmas Parade and several state fairs.It Thompkins, and Berenda !MONDAY
MONSTER" Stewarts averaged 37 cents, took 110 square feet of sod grass and 40 feet of chicken wire to decorate the old car that north of Starke on 301. Many Williams. Fish portion
which is four cents less than stations have been
closing
doesn't even havean engine.Eight people are in the Horticulture class. Grits
its last week average of 41 previously on Sunday since
Congratulations to the new Greens
SUN MON cents. decreased gas allotments Interact members! They are Hush Puppies
The next auctions will be forced them to curtail
MAN HANDLERSPLUS held today and Dec. 13. County Curriculum] Council business hours.Mandatory Rex Randy Selmer Chitty,, Mike Dale Sanders Haas,, Milk Banana
Weighing-in time will be from Sunday closingsmay
and Tommy Edwards.A .
8 a.m. to noon, with the alter the flow of traffic
auction starting at 1 p.m. Seeks To Improve ReadingBradford more drastically in the future. Battle of Basketball will TUESIMY-Fried Chicken
Allen said that C. H.
THE BIG be played by the WAPE Disc Mashed Potatoes and Gravy
Bradford still has his cracking
machine back in operation on County Schools place among teachers, because ot the council, Jockel Jockey's vs. Starke Green Beans
DOLL HOUSE the platform. have a Curriculum Council principals and staff to plan said. Getting the word out to 301 SewerIs Businessmen. The game will Half Orange
be held at the BUS Gym, Dec. Hot Biscuits
this to advise and work cooperatively for improvement all schools concerning in-
year
communicate with the recent of instruction. service classes or other activities 14, at 7:30: p.m. The money Milk
This information comes in the county has been ReplacedThe will be donated to the Richard
emphasis being placed
on a
reading improvementprogram. from Richard Jockel, county- assisted by this group,he said. Crews Kidney Fund-so please {WEDNESDAY
wide curriculum coordinator, Members of the council are come and see the game. Hot Dog on Bun
FLORIDA THEATRE Advice for curriculum who is very excited about the elected by each school in the City of Starke is Admission is $1 for adults and Cole SlawButtered
policies and new programswill progress made by the group. county. Larger schools have replacing a sewer line on 50 cents for students. Carrots
be recommended to the He cites implementation of two representatives and all North Temple Avenue at the Peach Half
showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:0 Superintendent and Board of Bradford County Curriculumfor others have one. Present site of the 8-Days Inn con- All Speech club dues shouldbe Cookie
Education. Reading as recent work by members are: Warney struction job, an area where turned into Diane Yawn by MilkTm.ItSU
Communication is to take the CCC (County Curriculum Atkinson and Julie Fuller, sewer lines are said to leak the tomorrow
FRI. SAT SUN AT 7:00: Council). BUS; Patricia Weeks and most of any in the city. : ,\Y-
Three teachers from Dina Petrella, BMS; Er Contract for the job was Any contributions made at Turkey with Dressing
Bradford County developedand nestine Register and Laurie awarded to Raulerson Con- this time would be greatly Mashed Potatoes with Gravy
The ultimate in (.. G\\ wrote the curriculum for Mullins, Southside Elem.; struction Co., of Gainesvilleby appreciated to the Carol Cranberry Sauce
Martial Arts adventure 1 reading. The CCC, impressedby Sara Schultz and Fatha the Starke City Com- McKinney Barne and Ambrosia
PORTRAITSPECIAL the work these three had DeSue,Starke Elem.; Thelma mission at a special meetingon Tommy Edwards' families. Hot Rolls
and excitement! done decided to begin field Knight, Lawtey; Ernestine Nov. 19, which the public Turn the contributions in to Cake
testing the material immediately Denmark, Hampton; Terry and press did not know was in the front office; a girl will be Milk
Ivey, Brooker; Hank Greene session. Commissioner there to accept them. A floral
.. L A performance contractwas and Ruby Thomas, Vo-Tech Charles Schaefer said the arrangement will be sent to FKIIJXVManager's-
r earned by Gloria School. contract price was $24,700. each family. Choice
Lewellen, Vo-Tech School; Administrators on the Don Kuckman, the city's .. .' .. .. ...
.. Marilyn Vellenga, Starke council include: Richard consulting engineer, said the SENIORS..Turn in your Old age lives minutes
l Elementary School and Helen Jockel, Lucille Payne, Myrna line runs under the sidewalk Last Will and Testament to be slowly, hours quickly;
Johns Starke ElementarySchool. Lou Rahn, Handy Newland, and that the job had to be put in the annual. This shouldbe childhood chews hours and
Purpose of their and C. C. Anderson done before the new Inn was limited to one statement swallows minutes. Malcolm'
PLUS contract was to develop and built. He said the contract d. Chacal I
write down how learning to price includes the cost of a ,---- __'.-_,.. I
read takes place stepbystep.This Man 20 manhole. p-- :: <;. '<', n
"FLUTE"RATED is called a "Sequential Tampa The city promised to 1,:': < '
Reading Skills Check List" by provide the pipe needed for Why wait
R educators.The Caught In RMC the project. Schaefer reportedthat ., ., C.J_
contract was fulfilled the project is in rT -
progress till it's too late ? --
when the teachers deliverednot it the commission meeting :
With
only what they promised MarijuanaLAKE Tuesday night. \- t/ r,
SAT& SUN MATINEE but in addition, ways to test The 8-Days Inn will provide u (
students to determine if they 56 units. The building permit
SHOW TIME SAT AT 1 OO,2:3O,4 BUTLER James
: : could go on to the next step taken out indicates a value of
SUN AT 3 00, 4.30 and also what to do if students Albert Mulder, a 20-year-old $250,000( on the enterprise.
failed to understand needed tile and slate setter from Replacing sewer lines along
skills. This is referred to as Tampa, found himself placed that portion of North Temple Duraclean
"tI saI diagnosis and prescription by under arrest and charged with Avenue has been discussed
NtJA Dofr teachers. illegal possession and Introducing prior to Nov. 19. but no action
The material was placed contraband into a had been taken due to$40,000
before the CCC. "They caughton correctional institute after a cost projection. The city is
.:11i 2Ur and ran with the idea," marijuana cigarette was currently in the process of
.. II&::! Jockel said. found in his possession while inspecting all its sewer lines ) YOUR VALUABLE CARPETS-FURNITURE
I "We had intended to begin visiting at Florida StatePrison's for leakage of ground water D No Soaking
field testing the material to Reception and which cuts efficiency of the
see how it worked next Medical Center just outside sewerage treatment plant. I / Y n No Scrubbing

8x10 summer" However, the Lake Butler. ................ i, i"J [r Clean & Dry the ,,, '
council was anxious to( beginas t Same Day! "o
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jv
soon as possible in trying to Union Sheriff's Deputy M. Personnel director to PA ENT9'
natural color improve the reading skills of L. Griffis and Criminal In- shapely job appicant"The! :
students, Jockel said. vestigator Carl Miles were boss has the final wordwhichin
@ The council is also makingup called to the prison facility on this case will be WOW'i"
portrait99s a Resource Book for county Saturday afternoon after a Reamer K 'JUr. Chicago Call for
teachers which will contain routine search revealed the Tribune N.w York New FREE/ 18236T3
speakers and field trip in- marijuana cigarette to prison Syndicate
formation. A performance guards. LESTER WALKER
contract is being studied One businessman to
which was also completed this Mulder went before Circuit another: "My wife had plastic
NURSERY SPECIALThis
summer. Another committee Court Judge A. L. Driggerslate surgery yesterday. I cut olf Lawtey, Fla.Santa's .
Handling presently is studying a new Saturday and his bail was her credit cards."
Week Only Charg report card to be used for set at$1,000 on each of the two
Wid, choic, of proof elementary schools. charges. Public Defender
10% Last Jockel describes the role of Mack S. Flitch was appointedby
Off .On' pOI ubtct| two per family, the Bradford County the court to represent
Curriculum Council as the Mulder as defense counsel. helpers
Years PricesWE .Groups SI 1.00 .xtra" per person core of curriculum planning This was the second arrest
for the county. Local school within the prison reception
Cannot b.> used ,in conjunction, curriculum councils help to center during the past two
WE HAVEN'T CHANGED with olhtr, advertising, ofUrsCOMB make decisions for their weeks. A correctional officer
schools. The CCC advises the employed at the prison was
: PRICES IN ONE YEAR lARlV AND BRING' THIS AD TOi
administration and school arrested Thanksgiving Day on help from
Mitchell's board in county decisions the same charges after being get
Spectracide Contains 25% '\ involving curriculum. found with some 50 reefers
Rcxall Drugs Communication between (cigarettes)allegedly made of
Diaznon And Controls teachers has been better the contraband drug.3OOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC.
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LEGALSNOTICEOFIMTENTION HAMPTON AREA NEWS .ah"rli

- r. w1 Community News

TO REGISTER 81 Jon ehfa Fakal-

FICTITIOUS NAME

g# Pursuant to Section 86509 ENERGY CRISISIN BIRTHDAYS By EUsaltttli (:!*,.. Wafeer
HAMPTONThe
}. hereby Florida given Statutes that notice the Is Nancy Lett December 9, ADULT TRAINING Sunday services will begin message was taken from St.
Don E. un- Hampton General Store Sweet 16.Melissa. with Sunday School at 10 a.m. Matthew 6:12. The night
ij dersignad Champion and ,
will not the annual Curtis, celebratedher service 11 with the taken from
at was
sponsor Morning message
School for all is
L.
Lorraine Champion, At. 1 Box ftw41 it ages
birthday November
30
Home Decorating Contest this available at the various Junior Church in charge At 3 Revelation 20612.: Monday
348 I Keystone Heights, Florida ,
doing business under the firm year, due to the energy crisis, with a slumber party. sf centers in Starke. All persons p.m. all members and officersare night there will be practice for
instead there will be a contest John Crawford had a interested in for asked to Meet in an official Christmas at 7:30.: Tuesday
of "Hartmann improving a
name Apart- number of friends at his home
for a large Christmas meeting. Evening night Senior Choir rehearsal.
," 830 N. Templa /Ave. better job or self Improvement
ments to help him celebrate his
Bradford Stocking filled with toys to be are invited to service at 5:30.Pleasant : Wednesday rehearsal at 7:30.:
florida Starke 32091. Intends to County given away at the Children's birthday on November 26. Vf : attend. Trades and basic Grove United Friday night the Junior Choir

fictitious name under registersaid the Christmas Party to be held courses are offered. For information Methodist Church. The Dual will go to the Church of God In
December 22 at the City Hall. SENIOR CITIZENSThe Christ Pine Street.
provisions of aforesaid call 9646150. Day activity was a success. on Friday
statutes Santa Claus will be in The pastor, officers and night also the Senior Choir and
E. Champion and Lorraine
Don
L Champion. sole Hampton to attend theChildren's regular meeting of the ,QI DELL CHAPTER OES members to beautify the the Tiny Tots will go to Waldoto
owners./\ Christmas Party Hampton Senior Citizens will tI church and the cooperation of the Church of God in Unityto
Dated this 12th of
day be tomorrow evening at the all Is needed to do the job. render service. Sunday is
A. D. Regular meeting of Dell
1973
November at Starke,
Old School House 7:30:
Ra. 11/15 4tp 12/6. RECREATION p.m. Chapter 168 will be held Everyone is grateful for the Youth Day. Sunday School at

Thursday night at 8 p.m.in the success of$771. Sunday School 930.: Morning service, 11 A.M.
Hampton Elementary and SCHOOL NEWS -iVifl'1 Masonic Hall on Brownlee will be held at 10 a.m. which At 2:00: p.m. the pastor and
I will not be responsible for Erooker Elementary had a I p Street December 13. All will terminate services for the congregation will attend an
enything my wife Velma Me- football game that lasted an Mrs. Noel Silk's Kin- members are asked to pleasebe day. Juritha DeSue, ordination service at Antioch
Cutchen does. hour. Hampton won 14-12. dergarten children have 1 1 and on time. Reporter.New Baptist Church, L. W.
-Sam MoCutchen,Jr. Eddie Saxon threw a touch acquired a baby duck. He is L r I present Bethel Baptist Church, Thomas, pastor.At .

4tp 12/6 down pass for Hampton and housed in an open aquariumand IN MEMORIAMIn Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. 6 p.m. the Women's
Harvey Rhoden ran a touch the children are Weekly services will begin Home Mission will have
down for Hampton. There was fascinated with feeding and of with Prayer Meeting Wed- charge of services.
Ceremonies Held loving memory our
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF free Kool-Aid after the game. caring for him and watchinghim Investiture darling mother, Pernella nesday night at 7:30.: Friday

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT grow. Master Edgar Cummings, who passed away night at 7:30: Choir/ No. 2 will

IN AND FOR BRADFORD FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS Farfan welcomed to was the KindergartenClass. recently For Troop 370 BrowniesInvestiture two years ago today, hold their anniversary

COUNTY FLORIDA. CASE He has moved to the December 3, 1971. To one who Sunday School will begin
Katie Saxon entered the services at
NO. 73254IN bears the sweetest and 9:30.:
hospital last week. She was Hampton area from ceremonies for The girls invested by troop name Morning service: at 11 a.m. RUBBERSTAMPS
the
adds a juster to same, long
taken to the hospital by Mr. Nicaragua.The the Brownies of Troop 370, leaders, Phyllis Carver and BYPU 5:00 Holy
RE: The Marriage of J. B. l life to her for there's no other : p.m.
JONES, Husband Hollifield. Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Starke were held Tuesday Pat Welty, were Kelli Carver, Communion will be .given irt
and IDA who takes the of
Grades ,from Mr. Ezell's Nov. 20 Dew Crews Michelle place my
MAE BLUE JONES, Wife. evening at the First Honey the 6 p.m: service.
dear mother. Signed,
Physical Recreation Class United Methodist Church. Harrell, Rhonda Hutcheson, Ebenezer Baptist Church;
competed in an exciting Martha Theresa Children.
Murphy,
NOTICE ACTIONTo Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.
Parents and friends
football in Brooker last were Ruth
game Murphy, Mary
services will begin
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Weekly
greeted by the Brownie CHURCIfNEWSGreater
Saturday morning. The final Richardson, Daiuela Rigby,
REGISTER Thursday night. The pastor
: ushers and presented with a
favored the Hampton Dottie Wilkison and Julie
score ,
and congregation will render
J. B. JONES FICTITIOUS NAME program. Allen Chapel AME
116 Castor Street team Mr.14 Casey to 12. recently con- Wise. Church, Rev. B. C. Williams service in }Hampton at Made To Order

Rochester New York Pursuant to Section 866.09 verted part of the auditoriumarea Following the flag Pixies for the Troop are pastor. Christmas practice Macedonia Baptist Church,

Florida Statutes, notice is to a Science Laboratory.The ceremony, a program was Lenore and Adrienne Welty. began Monday at 5 p.m. All Rev. S. M. Daniels pastor. All Bradford CountyTelegraph
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an hereby given that the un- children will enjoy the presented Including a play Refreshments were served interested Sunday School members are invited to

action for divorce has been filed dersigned Paul Richard Toroda, microscopes and all other "The Brownie Story," a dance from a table decorated for the students are asked to participate.
against you and you are requiredto Brownlee Road, Starke, Florida materials being set for entitled, "Strut Miss Lucy," occasion by Mrs. Joyce cooperate with activity. Greater Bethel Freewill
serve a copy of your written doing business under the firm their use.NEWS. up and several songs. Hutcheson and Mrs. Linda Junior Choir rehearsal was Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper
defenses if any to it on Paul D. name of "Torode Electric", 431E. Wise. held Wednesday at 7:30.: Williams pastor. The morning

Newell, Plaintiff's attorney, Madison Street, Starke ..,
,
whose\ address is P. 0. Box 664, Bradford County Florida 32091.

Keystone Heights, Florida Intends to register said fictitious
32666, on or before December name under the provisions of ABOUT
19, 1973, and file the original aforesaid statute. Paul Richard

with the court either before Torode, sole owner. Dated this EvcryDayLowPricc EveryDayLowPrice
service on plaintiff's attorney or 3th day of December A. D. 1973
Immediately I thereafter; at Starke Florida. 4tp 12/27 SERVICE MEN

otherwise, a default will be Fla. Crade A CENTER CUT
entered against you for the relief ..
demanded in the Complaint or DEPARTMENT OF

Petition. TRANSPORTATIONSPECIAL FT.HOOD,TEX., NOV. 1- SIRLOINSUPERMARKETS
WITNESS my hand and seal TRAFFICREGULATIONS Army Private First Class Fresh Fryers
of this Court on the 8th day of Cleveland S. Simmons, 18. son '

October 1973. of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: STEAKS STARKE'SWHOLE
Simmons, Lawtey, completed
GILBERT BROWN Infantry Advanced Individual 320 SOUTH WALNUT ST.
That the Department of
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
Training with Company B, 1st
Transportation at its of
meeting .. .
COURT Battalion of the 2nd ArmoredDivision's aUUYOr0w "e. GOo t ONaA ,
August 23 1973 gave con wr ONUS SUPS 0000 YNNUNS0
$149 ..
50th Infantry at Ft. oc If /3 OUSNf.r1N'
sideration, to the requests 'IGHTI MIMIIVIDWl
By Donna M. Branson Hood, Tex. 2 PER BAG
Deputy Clerk relating to special traffic PFC Simmons learned the Ib .. HI p O00n argot
regulations and in each case
U.S.D.L STINTCOUPONS
techniques of fire and tacticsof LB t
111154t 126NOTICE made a review of the traffic
a rifle squad. He also
investigation report along with
received instruction in
the recommendations of the

, TO REGISTER OF INTENTION engineer locations described at the location below: or operations patrolling, individual landmine combat war BONELESS FUII CUT 1( CENTER CHUCK 1 1 SLICED 14STEAKS t!!!!:,

fare land ,
navigation com-
: FICTITIOUS NAME Bradford (County; State Road munications, and firing the M- IrE,,,,, 1 CUT
200. Location:Section 28010. in ROUND
16 rifle and the M-60 machine IIw"tI! ; ; "
Pursuant to Section 866.09 Starke: Existing Speed
Florida Statutes Is Restriction From SLD MP 7.490 gun. CHOPS0'
notice
hereby given that the undersigned to SLD MP 7.800.45 MPH. 1 ROAST:rrn':':, i g:;

E. W. Hodges Jr., Recommended changes -
SAN ANTONIO Airman
From SLDMP7490toSLDMP (
New Hampton Beach, Hamp- 7.660 distance 0.170 mi. 40 Mary L. Griffis, daughter of
ton, Florida 32044 doing
MPH Speed Zone. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. $ 391
1
business under the firm name of
From SLD MP 7.660 to SLD Griffis of Rt. 1, Starke has 1 1 9ftc
"STARKE PAINT CENTER" 441 if
< West Madison Street Starka MP7.800, distance 0.140 ni. been assigned to Shepard ,, uiI1IHI lID I
Bradford County, Florida 32031 30 MPH Speed Zone. AFB, Tex.basic after IBM i 9'r i ,
Air Force training.
On recommendation of the
Intends said fictitious
to register
weeks at the
her
During six
Director, Road Operations the
under the provisions of
name above traffic and speed Air Training Command's Every DayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrkeFVNE
aforesaid statute. AFB Tex. she SPREAD
Lackland ,
E. W. Hodges, Jr. sole be regulations reasonable were and determined necessary to studied the Air Force mission, LEAN MEATY BONELESS CENTER CUTROAST OLEOQUARTERS

owner organization) and customs and FRESH PORK BEEF POTROAST
the basis of the
Dated this 26th day of upon
engineering and traffic Investigations received special instruction in BUTTS BEEF
November,A. D.1973 at Starke. human relations.
and authority was
Florida therefore given by the Secretary The airman has been e e e
111294t 12/20
to the Technical
for the establishment of same assigned tiaaa
dine
and the placing of the proper Training Center at Sheppardfor
NOTICE OF indicated specialized training m the
marking and signs as ;
SHERIFF'S SALE also, for the elimination of communications field. PANTRY PRIDECRANBERRY STOKLEY
existing controls where this is Airman Gnffis a 1969 ROSEDALE !
that I, graduate of Bradford High
:K Notice M hereby given indicated.
. Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff of School attended Santa Fe Sot CANS ; PINEAPPLEWHOLE
CREAM STYLE OR 1
: Bradford County, Florida. under Tom Webb Jr., Director Community College,
: and by virtue of Writ of DEPT.OF TRANSPORTATION Gainesville, Fla. KERNELor 16

: Execution to wit: 1t 12/6 PEAS I SAUCE
1701 CAN JUICE
: Execution issued out of the CANS ,
: Circuit Court of Bradford
. County Florida, pursuant to a DEPARTMENT OF We all live under the same 1g : g
final judgement for Ralston TRANSPORTATIONSPECIAL sky but we don't all have the
Purina Company against Ben TRAFFICREGULATIONS samehorizonxonrad YOUR 612 74 9 c1 46oz 3/l

nard and Wilma Emanuel, et al, "..on.o, :
defendants in the amount of CHOICE 1 CAN
GIVEN
$44,100.62 together with costsof NOTICE IS HEREBY : There Is no substitute for 1 1

collection. conscience, unless it's living
I I. Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff of That the Department of Inasmalltown.Denmark.. EveryDayLowPrkeSWIII BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuy

Bradford (County; have seized Transportation at its meeting of wu., Pr.... quoted by Jar A MIUOW CRISP PUSH MUM HIABS
and have in possession the Oct. 25 1973 gave con- Journal ALL PURPOSE FRESH CRISP
my scribe In Mllw uk Ur GREENCABBAGE
following described real propertyto sideration, to the requests Golden RipeBANANAS PASCALCELERY
wit: relating to special traffic APPLES 4j; -

North half of Northeast regulations and in each case
Five made a review of the traffic
Quarter, less I and excepting
along with t.-
Investigation report
acres: in the Northeast comer WranglerBoots BAG69C I 1
of the j
thereof particularly described as the recommendations location _ _
the or
the North 340 feet of the East engineer at
660 feet of the Northeast locations described below: NESTLE'S-HOT
GOLDEN CROWN !
Quarter of Northeast Quarter of Bradford County, Road 200 FOR THE : ; SOUTHERN BELLE
Section 2 IN TOWNSHIP 6 Location: Section 23010 In .J
:
SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST, Starke from SLD MP 8.497 to WHOLEFAMILY LEMON:
COCOA
0.207 DEVILEDJUICE
containing 75 acres,mere or less SLD MP 8.704, distance F -' '" ;
Florida.LesaandexcepteKiSling mi.
In Bradford County.

and AH rights-of-way.that portion of the Southwest roads Sida.Prohibit Recommended Parking East Regulation and West: BOOTS rnn i |i It r11! MIX FROZEN C'RA D S

Quarter of Northeast Bradford County, Road 16. 1
Quarter of Section 2, Township Location: Section 28030 In 1 5

6 Northwesterly South. Range of 21 graded East road.lying SLD Starke MP from 9.289 SLD, distance MP 9.184 0.106 to Handbags 32oz 49 ; 10-1oz 39C 1/mf99c

Containing 2 1 1/2 acres more or mi.Recommended Regulation: Wallets BTL 5: ENVELOPES I PACK

less Prohibit Parking North and

The above described real South aide. 100 STYLES OF WESTERN EveryDayLowPrkeMcOrmick EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke Every DayLowPr ice EveryDayLowPrke
property will be sold to the recommendation of the
highest bidder on Thursday. Director On Road Operations, the AND MODERN BELTS IN REGULAR PACKINSTANT Pantry Prid* LJBAY MU A*. <: Party Flake

December 27, 1973 at 12:CO above traffic and speed SIZES 18 TO 56 MADE OF SKILLET Toaster FRUIT HOWN'N SCHVI
o'clock noon at the northwest MCMkfVftCAKE
regulations were determined to THE FINEST LEATHER
corner of Bradford County MAGIC NESTEA.3sl SCROLLSI
Courthouse. be reasonable end necessary OBTAINABLE BY JUSTIN Pastries ra x
the basis of the

Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff upon engineering, and and authority traffic was investigations INDIAN WESTERN MOCCASINS SHIRTS 3/9 7< 2 .99<

Bradford County(; Florida4t
11/29-12/20 therefore given by the Secretaryfor
the establishment of same

and the placing of the proper 'CARRADINESLeather --------------
NOTICEI marking and signs as Indicated, 1 r.o.y\.owPrtc. l.o.yI.owPrie IeeryDaylewPrke tlrerypaytJrerPrke Iweryo.yLowtIrice

also, for the elimination of Shop MAXIM I Q-TIPS SCHICK eN01P/aVAIU/
I w<< not be responsible for existing controls where this is 8o< JARCOFFEE I Hot Lather KOTIgUE-rerryttrlJ_NINe PANTYHOSE
MOt3TNWAfNw
debts other than my own. Indicated.Tom Webb.Jr.,Director 1 MILE LAWTEY.SOUTH ON FLA.U. S. 301. I 9 I COTTON SWABS MACHINE DOUCHE ..".---. .


2tp 12/13 -Clyde Noah. 1t DEPT.12/6 Of TRANSPORTATION PHONE 782-34OOTF WITN.HG..,.THIS ta.,.MIDI tvra COUPON turn.o..OOOO COUPON BTOfllt OHV m-u AT,6 I ':.:.79'J x:1188 IIZ'40. 19C ant.es :770.. 59C ssr.-..., *IQ<

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DOUBLEWIDES? We have LOTS -Zoned for mobile homes
CLASSIFIEDADItATES them. 24 x 65, 3 or 4 BR 2 and houses. Several sub- FOR Chevello SALE: 1967 Super Sport r $ SAVE $

baths, only $8,995. Your divisions to choose from. Only $550. Call 7823133 CARL BEGGS I JIMMY MOORE'SSun

Deadline for insertion( double wide specialist. Direct $95 down. Monthly paymentsto after 5 p.m. 1tp FRED DAVIS Long Champ Sport

Tuesday Noon preceding Factory Outlet. Big'G' Mobile suit your budget. Ph. 468- Gulf Service'
Thursday before publication. Home Sales, Highway 90 1551 or 9648331, tfchg GMC TRUCKS MORE BOAT FOR
Minimum Charge$2.00 East, Lake City Fla. Phone r HELP WANTEDWOMEN BUICK PONTIAC"A Home and YOUR MONEY TF

(Covers 15 Words) 7523201. 12/6 4tchg 12/27 LITTLE RIDE CAN [Building MaterialsWE USED STARKE PH 964-5791

Each: word over 15 SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
----- MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also -
10 cents ------- BUILD
FOR SALE: Acre homesites 1/2 mobile home hurricane an- GREEN COVE SPRINGS PARTSFOR COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN

All Classified Ads must be mile south of Starke on West choring and mobile home roof NEEDED "YOUR PLANS OR OURS DRIVE SERVICE

paid)for in advance unless you side of 301, on county road. coating.. Olin's MOBILE Home INSURANCEAT YOUR LOT OR OURS" AND REPAIR
have an established account Priced from $2,695 20 per Service.964.5605, Rt. 100 W. WOMEN 18 to 34, high school
Starke Fla. graduate of GED, marital REDUCED RATES FREE ESTIMATES MOST MAKESOF COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
with the Telegraph in that cent down with payment to tfchg status
event 50 cents extra chargefor suit. 964-6191. 2tchg. 12/13 immaterial. Must be free to AUTO FIRE. BOAT CARS REPAIR
REMODELING REPAIRS
billing. Not responsible for travel Job training and CUSTOM BUILT FIBER

errors when given over the ------------ Adding machines; typewriters; assignment guaranteed after DOYLE E. CONNER ADDITIONS 24 HR.WRECKER SERVICE GLASS'FISHING BOATS
phone or when copy is not office supplies. Bradford County successful completion of INSURANCE AGENCYTF HOMES BOUGHT-SOLD
aped and brought to the office Telegraph. TFTypewriters. qualifying tests and physical. CHG HWY 301 N. WALDO
FOR SALE: Sawdust and The US Army guarantees 30 TRADED TF Filing Cabinents; office fur-

shavings.We deliver. Ph 771- Smith-Corona; days leave a year, as well as free PHONE 468-1998 niture; index file drawers.
ACREAGE FOR SALE
2368, Jacksonville. 3tchg. electric and manual. Bradford medical and dental care. For Bradford County Telegraph. TFBill's

12/20./ County Telegraph. TF information call 964-6853
Sgt. Glenn at Your
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collect. Today's Army HWY. 301 S. STARKE TF I IM
------------- wants to Real Estate
t FOR SALE J New 3 BR brick house, central join you. Itchg. 12/6 > 1
>l0'M K M K >< >t0
heat/air, wall to wall carpets Broker C. B. Radio

FOR SALE: Reduce safe and FHA or conventional financing. HELP WANTED Treating No hunting signs; for sale and
fast with GOBESE tablets andE.VAP rent signs. Bradford
County
operating position. Good 321 Temple Ave,
"water pills", Andrews Raiford 3 BR frame house in starting salary. Liberal Buy Sell- Tracle- Telograph TF
356 W. Madison condition 14000., 3G4-B34G
12 x 60 Repossessed Mobile Pharmacy good company benefits. Will train.. tar k e Fla.
St., Starke. 5tp 1/3/74 Appraisals ,
Home Take over payments.Big Southern Wood Piedmont
Tf
'G Mobile Home Sales Lakefront Lots in Keystonearea Company, 900 N. Center MILLERBrownVolkswagen,
90 East, Lake City, ------------ and Starke area. CALL BILLPOWELL
Highway Street Baldwin Florida. '
All
Ra. Phone 7523201. tfchg. 2tchg. OFFICE 9646464RESIDENCE Types Of Electronic Equipment
FOR SALE: Used 21" B/W TV A.J. Thomas-Realtor

-- ---- -- $45, Honda 50 $50, 2 boys 964-6162 964-681O
---- --
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bikes $15 each. 1011 W.
LOFTY pile, free from soil Madison St. 1tp ------------
Is the carpet cleaned with JOB OPPORTUNITY
Blue Lustre. Rent electric WATSON'S Adult Mobile EXPERT INSTALLATION
------------
shampooer $1. Devrick Inc., HOUSE OFVACUUMSMany IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENTin
NEW a USED
301 E. Call St., 9646163.WE"JIlI the US Army for young men Home ParkN 'WI
FOR SALE: CERAMICS 50 per brands of new vacuums who qualify after tests and' SALES SERVICE .

cent off on all greenware 25 $39.00 up. Used machines physical. Applicants are en- CITY LIMITS 530 A MONTH
per cent off on all Bisque. from $10. Expert Repairs all couraged to select their choice IMI. NORTH OF THE MALL EXPERT ADVICEBill
WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD
(L ( 0 LOCKS 5 miles North of makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor of training and assignment. Two GAINESVILLE TF

Starke on 301. Ph. 7823592.. all vacuums. Built in year enlistments are accepted.For GROCERY AND NEW

TREE SERVICE! 2tp 12/13 central vacuum cleaning information call Sgt. Glenn SHOPPING
CENTERTF
ALL TYPES TREE WORK systems 712 N. Main at 7865800 collect. Today's A.A. Meeting Now Sells Hunting & Fishing Licenses
----------- Gainesville 3767110. Army
BULLDOZIER LAND TF wants to join you. Itchg. JO-LU COURT
& All Permits.
12/6 FRIDAY NIGHT Management
CLEARINGCOMPLETELYINSURED I U.S. 301 SOUTH
FOR SALE: Ra.cedar Christmas

AND LICENSED trees, cut or dig your own. MANAGER TRAINEE needed PHONE 964-8810 8:30 P.M. Home of the Magnetic Signs

FREE ESTIMATES Under 5 ft. $2, over 5 f ft $4. r FOR RENT 1 for progressive Consumer 390 N. CHERRY ST.

24 YEARS EXPERIENCEJAX Butch Faulkner, 964-6534, 2tp Finance Company OJT, VA 24 Hour Service

768-8522 12/13 approved training program O.C. Carnes WANT TO DRINK, THAT'S
Auto necessary, Rapid ad-
OR STARKE 964-9935
--- -------- YOUR BUSINESS
vancement. Call John Bradley Nursery iF
10TP 1/31 FOR RENT 3 BR house and
964-5010. 2tchg 12/13, STARKE BUILDERSA
apartments in Starke, also THOUSANDSOF
FOR SALE: 14.54 acres in WANT TO STOP.THAT'S .
Heilbron house in country. W. H. PLANTS FRUIT COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
Springs area, sur- ---------- -- OURBUSINESS
Nollman. TREES SHADE TREES.
Poultry Equip. veyed. Hi way and grade road tfchg EVERGREENS. CAMELLIAS TF PHONE 964-527O 219 E. WASHINGTON ST

frontage, trees, some STARKE. FLA.
pecan
---- HELP AZALEAS, ROSES MOST INCANS
-- WANTED
Of All Kinds. ------
timber. Call 7823033. Itp FURNITURE
HOUSEKEEPER position, PLANT ANYTIME Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl

R. Q. SIMMONS EQUIP. --- --------- FOR RENT 12' wide mobile excellent company benefits. LANDSCAPING 23 MI.
FurnitureAt WAX FLOOR"
homes outside Apply person only 9 a.m. to S E OF STARKE HWY 100 "THE NO $A.RQ
limits. f
J.
city
*
CO. 4 .m., Mon Fri,. FLORAHOME COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT
p Holiday 'Inn 659.2165
FOR SALE: Mobile office unit, B. White. Ph. 964 6114 If no Itchg Discount 56.50PER SO YD

317 E BROWNLEE ST gas heat and air conditioning, answer! call 964-6152. tfchg COMPLETE !l
Mobile Home Brokers, Hwy Beautifully SculpturedHI
MartinCampers HOUSEHOLD '
----
-
STARKE FLA - -
100, Keystone Hgts., Ra. ------------ FURNISHINGSUP LOW NYLON
1tchg
MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS
PHONE 964-6619 FOR RENT: 2 BR Mobile homeon TO 40% SAVINGS F.HA. SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY $6.97
------------ WEST LAKE CITY
SITUATIONS u.s. 90
Griff is Loop. Call 964 WANTED
-8245.1tp INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD
TFCHG PHONE 752-3723 Baxley Chair Co.

FOR SALE: 1972 Suzuki 125 FOR BEST SELECTION OF 648 CASSETT 1 BLOCK Shag

r Duster. 8,000 miles and runs ------------ TRAVEL TRAILERS FROM 1-1O TF THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK I I1OO

: well! For more information MINI-HOMES CONTINUOUS FIL. NYLON MANY TF
EXPERIENCED dependable lady JACKSONVILLE 389-1741
ear J tree contact Randy after 5.30 at FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house. TRUCK CAMPERS COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY
desires days work. Call 964- $T 95
964-6551 Itp Inquire 314 N. Church St. 1tp AUTO ELECTRIC INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD s
6716. 2tp 12/13 AND TOPPERSFULL

ervice --------
---
------ LINE OF PARTS AND
------
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.f SERVICE TF PEAVY Brothers
LICENSED FOR SALE: Rrewood, Pine, FOR RENT
: Looking for a lot to
INSURED Cyprus and hardwood. Truck put your mobile home? 2 MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST Electric Co. OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES -
load deliveries Call 4681551or FREE trained in all phases terminology -
FREE ESTIMATESPO 964-8331 4tchg. 1227FOR $30 monthly months,on all yearly city lease.con- records, filing, lite Anson's ALTERNATORSSTARTERS- HWY. 100 W. PH. 964-5606 -:

BOX 6O5itltlfoit veniences. No children under typing, payroll, some Mobile Homes THIS IS YOUR DREAM HOME .!:t q l
bookkeeping and
------------ insurance,
16. BRADFORD
PARK North
DOUBLE
SINGLES & GENERATORS -
.
:J/orlJa Temple. 4tchg 12/27 familiar with dictaphone. For WIDES 24X65 PEACHTREE DOUBLE WIDE 3 BEDROOM
an interview anytime, please REGULATORS 2 BATH FAMILY ROOM ft CARPET THROUGHOUTFALL
475-2233 DAY OR NIGHT SALE: Red Cedar call Mrs. Foster, 533.2273.1tp EXPANDO ROOMS & ADD CLOSE-OUT SALE- S14.999
CHEYENE CROSS Christmas -- - AUTO TRUCK -
trees, 9645614. ON ROOMS
LJ Mrs. W. 12X60 2 BR. FULLY FURNISHED TF
BONNELL. A. Stern. 3tp 12/20 FREE DELIVERY AND SET S4499
-- -- - Diesel
B/3O-I3T-11,22 UP 100 MILE RADIUS
------------ MISCEIIANEOUSCRACKING 4044 LENOX AV JAX
BANK FINANCINGHWY

United FarmAgencyInc FOR SALE: Pecans,you pick,30 17 NORTH 387-2528 TF
cents per pound. All kinds. I HOUSES FOR SALE GREEN COVE Hipp Tractor Co.

East off U. S.301 on S200B. TEL 284-5OO1

Phone 782-357C.
Itp 264-7311
REG REAL ESTATE BROKER PECANS daily at TF

PAUL IRENE State Farmers Market C R. I FOR SALE: Beautiful 2 BR Farm MachinesNEW
---- --- Bradford. -
5tp 12/27 home C B. Constructionwith
FAULKNERASSOCIATES
C A/H ((11
FOR SALE: Fluffy Silver Persian -- --- -- system mos. Sewing FIAT a USED
old). Carport. Nice groundsand
2305 N TEMPLE AVE kittens, CFA reg. $50. firm.
area. $18,700.00. Owner
STARKE FLA 964'5O65 Small deposit will hold until 964-7246. Ttp 12/6 MachineSALES SALES PARTSSERVICE 4 Ml. NORTH ON U.S. 441 TELEPHONE 372-3464
Christmas Eve. Call
WANT TO SELL OR Mrs. WANTED Used furniture
BUY Foster 533 2273. 1tp NEW AND USED
REAL ESTATE refrigerators, washers Dah- --- -- Gainesville Fla.
mers Discount House. AND SERVICE USED IMPORT CARS ,
CALL US FOR BEST PRICES tfchg
---- -------
2 Bedroom, Frame, PFAFF ELNA
PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG Living Harfred Auto "WHERE SERVICE IS THE BETTER IDEA"
Room, Dining Room Kitchen 1
FOR SALE: 20 inch gas stove Bath 301 North. NEW HOME Imports, Inc.

apartment style, extra good STEAM CLEANING Engines of WHITE ooooooooooo

JacksonvilleDirectory condition $75. Call 964 86@). all types, automotive, farm 3 Bedroom, CB Construction, 1 I 509 E. UNIVERSITY

Itp machinery. Boyd Service, Ph 112 baths. Living Room Dining $49.50 GAINESVILLEj372437For TIRED OFWORKING

964-8359. tfchg Room, Kitchen, Extra Long up I I II II I
------ ----- Central I
Ramily Room Heat and
Air Natural Gas PARTS & REPAIRS ON ALL I
---- -- -- -- Large Lot, FOR
AUTO SALES AND FOR SALE: Chord or regular Esceptionally Nice. OTHER MAKE MACHINESNational Sale] :

SERVICE Reed organ with stool, 2 key SAWS SHARPENED, work "."
boards. Used very little. guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or 3 Bedroom, CB Construction, 1 BRAND N 'W.3PC. : SOMEONE ELSE ?

Farrish Motors Special low price. Ph. 964- leave at Jackson Building 1/2 baths, Uving Room with BEDROOMSUITE :
7724 Itp Supply, Starke or Keystone Fireplace Kitchen, Farryly
)
Heights Tfchg. Room Covered Patio. 611 W, UNIV. AVE.GAINESVILLE *79"

SALES FLA. .
---
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SERVICE VOLVO -------- --- 3 Bedroom,Antique Brick, 1 1/2 378-1355 TF BOAT TRAILER Ij

PARTS FOR SALE: Small Philco ice box BUYING baths Living Room, Dining 10 NEW-TILT TYPE
pecans daily at State Room Kitchen, Double Garage
$20, 1964
Plymouth, good '
ALWAYS GOOD USED CARS Farmers Market. 13000
J. R. Carpet Galore, Chain Link
tires, rebuilt
engine $300. suNOco
921 LAURA ST Wainwright '. "
Contact tfchg. Fence, 1 1,8 acre of land Ad-
Danny 964-8983.(
Up
PH 3565654PIANOS jacent to Golf Course. A Beauty. PumpsNew TABLE WEAR !
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-- -- ------ SERVICE FOR EIGHT
10 Acres Land with Pecan Trees And UsedSALES

YAMAHA PIANOS FOR SALE: Honda 100 SL good WANTED horse saddles what Every 40' All Directions ....................199S........
condition $250 or will trade have you got? Dahmers 15 PC. HEAVY CAST
CONN AND KIMBALL for good horse and saddle Discount. tfchg. 70 Acres with Pecan Trees Off PARTS ALUMINUM "WATERLESS"COOKWARE

ORGANS also 3 bike motorcycle trailer 301. SERVICE
$75. 468-1315, SETON Looking For A Change?
--
Hampton. 1tp --- -- -- -
25 Acres, High Land on Paved DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS LV 2995

----------- Road ............................
Plumbing Supplies Sunoco Offers
Car Tires
FOR SALE Registered Angus AUTOMOBILESUSED

Bull Calves. J. B. White. Call us. we have more. EXPERT SERVICEON Fan Bells 1.PAID TRAINING 2. FINANCING

Phone 964-6114. tfchg ALL MAKES 3.3 BAY. 2 LIFT STATION4.. GAL/MO.
Water Hoses ALLOCATIONFOR

--- -- ----- GEORGE ROBERTS PHONE 964.7061DurranceTF ............................ I
KIMBALL "SWINGER" FOR SALE: 1971 Ford Galaxie REAL ESTATE INFORMATION CALL: ,

ORGAN TV Color picture ubes ooh\ 079 500.Box James 102, Lawtey.Gaskins Fla., Rt.Ph.1, 986 N.Temple Ave.,Starke Bush's GulfN. MIKE CAPEZZERA ((9O4)) 353-O941

ROOSEVELT MALL3888S19 plus labor, Dahmers Discount. Ph.964-7826 TEMPLE AVE
tfchg 7823162. Up; PUMP & SUPPLY CO. EVENING: (904) 378O1OBPage
Wayne Douglas,Associate 964-7361 TF
2929 N W 13TH GAINESVILLE Ph.964-6693 864N. TEMPLE AVE.
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: L3 TELEGRAPH Deeemberdl473N

I . V 'f .. J 11 It 1 11.. f -f.U J f 'f ill -

'i'rA 4 4 kV ANNIVERSARY

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Christmas






ltU S asCa' esC 0. SALE


.. IW4b
!',-
f.If: ?,', ,, 11a coed IN APPRECIATION TO OUR MANY

",,,.
FINE CUSTOMERS. FOR MAKING OUR

". $ 2 BUSINESS SO SUCCESSFUL IN GRATITUDE,

WE ARE HAVING THE FOLLOWING SALE

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CEDAR
'
Poinsettia

Christmas
WHITE & RED

I Trees
FLORIST GRADE i a
t CUT & LIVEFao
r
ar 4-6 BLOOMS


';-'It;: $249 )? $379 ,


Cnn4 White ean't quite reach tills ball and It falls Into the Baler County last Tuesday night
lands CJI the waiting Wildcat during the Bradford 52-50 loss to .
Annuals Christmas Centipede PyracanthaSod


Little Lady Backs Union County DownLAKE i't;. Cactus WITH BERRIES

." 98e doz a179 GAL
BUTLER adjacent to the Alvarez land. statements Mrs. Alvarez by what we decided on and RED 16c SQ. FT. $229
"Through the fences and EA.A1174Model. CAN.
over After hearing Dobb's made to the Board stating that voted in favor of,if we haven't
the culverts look out Union complaint last monttfc the he had the backbone
personally seen to the got as com
Countv, here they come....," Board voted in favor of having\ installation of culverts on the missioners, then let's just not .
could have easily been the cry County Clerk Robert Driggers. road and cleaning of the do anything about it." Griffis
of anyone witnessing the write and inform Mrs.Alvarez ditches. comments received fast ..
epicydic meeting of the Boardof that she would have to take Mrs.Alvarex said, "You did approval in the form of a "Tellit ,
County Commissioners the gate down as she was not." like it is" from Commissioner Mowers & Tractors Now In6irifmas
during the regular monthly obstructing a county owned Griffis said, "I did, too," D. E. (Skip)
session Tuesday. and maintained road.. and County Works Superin- Woodington.
The fact is less than a During the course of tendent George Langley said No one made further 7 g V tt
handful of people sat throughthe Tues! ay's Mrs. andwhen Riherd
meeting "I maintain it when 1 can, comments when
seven hour ordeal: Even Alvarez told the Board that I find the gate isn't requested that County At. _
with the small amount of she would not be taking her locked." torney Hal Maines look into Specjal
public interest the meeting gate down and that as far as Riherd led the Board in the matter and report his 010
produced from the flodr & maintenance of the road by stating, "I think that we will findings to the Board at a later fr
slight built woman that turned the county was concerned, have to turn the matter to the and unspecified date. wv v nw
several robust commissionersin ....it's been over 10 years county's attorney to decide Maines on the other hand -
a smart about face, since the road was maintainedand whether or not this is a county was quite definite in his H.P. Garden19" Push
beginning with Chairman of the gate has been up for road and if so what is to be request for signed affidavitsthat
the Board Paul M. Riherd. six years." done about the gate." the road had been Tractor
Mrs. Betty Alvarez ap- Commissioner Gerald Griffis challenged, "I think properly mantained in case Mower
peared before the Board after Griffis the that if EG..,485,00
disputed we aren't going to stand there was no deed of property REG.129.00
her attorney replied to a letter .

written that special the and Board session sent to her voted held duringa last be 6 Governors Be Named By ChamberThe Sale $1,270" Sale 117"

'
month. election of six: new recommended to the Board supervise the counting of
. In last month's special governors will be affirmed to for nomination as President. ballots for the election of Time To Spread a ,
session local resident Morris the Starke-Bradford County Elect of the Starke-Bradford governors. q
Dobbs came before the Boardto Chamber of Commerce at County Chamber of Com Executive Vice-President: Weed & Feed
complain about a gate the their meeting today, at the merce for 'the 1974-75 fiscal John Myers advised that one, ' Alvarez family have erected Garden Restaurant, startingat year. of the claves caught''the"
across a road that crosses 12:15: p.m. President Elect George Scramble died the night of the KILLS WEEDSCONDITIONS
their property and thereby At their last Thursday's Pierce appointed Sandra Scramble from over- Be GRASS
prevents free access by Dobbsto meeting held at the Holiday Reddish and Brian Hamiltonto exhaustion. At the subsequent .
10 acres of land he owns Inn, William Glover was act as a committee to meeting with the Calf- FOR WINTER .
Scramble Committee, the
Committee was of the opinion Good Supply ..
that the Chamber had a moral ..
responsibility to the boy to
provide him another calf. The
Executive Committee The Weed Eater
recommended to the Board 1r
V that a replacement calf be
,/ purchased from the Calf Now in StockREVOLUTIONARY
3ZP Scramble Reserve Fund.
MACHINE FOR
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'JJ '
EDGING & TRIMMING AROUND
:;- (f' ; To
i Population FENCES. DESIGNED WITH THE

tj//i' Double In 5 YearsA HOME OWNER IN MIND.

A private prediction that RE099y Now $7995BLACK
County would double
Put 12 Monthsof its population in the next five
years was made by Dr. RobertH. & DECKER 5 H.P.
Heighten assistant Poulan
director of the Urban Hedge Trimer Sarlo Mower
Regional Development Centerof
Outdoor Cooking Enjoyment the University of Florida in REG. 00 Chain Saws No. 25 REG. 5129.95
a talk at the Starke Rotary 13" $-f7f
Club a few weeks ago. DOUBLE$1799 S189.95 III WITH CARRYING CASE $9250For
Under Your Christmas Tree. Dr.Heighton is the directorof ....,.: y'

making a University a land use team study now of That Extra
: ti
Bradford County as the ,! .,,.... WroughtIron
Charm Glow request of the County Zoning .. Person
Special
Board.The study is scheduledto _
be completed by January 1. '
; ,
Dr Heighton said that the
State's projection for the _- These @reafEastPalatka
Gas BarbequeMany growth of Bradford County
indicated a population of only .Gifts.
16,000 by 1980, but that he -- .
Models To Choose foresaw a much more rapid .
From growth due to the influex of
older citizens who are now
.
coming to this part of Floridato .
1 -r
escape the rigors of nor- Holly Terrariums
thern winters, and the high
cost of living in South Florida.He 'WITH BERRIES PLANTED
.
said that the fuel shortagein
the North this winter would '
speed up this migration of J 5995 io IDEAL GIFT
senior citizens to the South.It .LawnFurniture
TC is important that ,,-. ..... .
Bradford County be preparedfor L 1 Decorative
VV this influx Dr. Heighten Pla.nteni
4)4)V said.He recommended that as fj'tiA.
soon as the land use study is ; &Hanging Baskets
should be
designated completed for areas modern well .. : 98c I up I

}'lodelAIUK designed mobile home parksto -
take care of the inevitable I

Gas Grill with 48"Post housing.increase Mobile in this homes mode are the of We Are a Service Lawn Maintenance ProgramIf

only answer to housing for
Complete many oldsters and some
$QQ90 OrganizationOursiogan
young people, the speaker You'r Tired Of Mowing.
HEJ-1 Only said, due to the high cost of '

conventional"However they should housing.be Is. Have Mowing Troubles.

grouped in attractive
With Each Purchase You Get a Choice of specified areas, and not interspersed
in hit and miss
a PleaseWE
We To
manner among conventional Try Call Us For An Estimate

Shelf Rotisserie housing," he added.
Dr. Heighton exhibited up-
to-date maps that his coworkers PREPARE CUSTOMIZED LANDSCAPING OUR MAINTENANCE CONTRACTIS
Limited Time Only have made of all
municipalities in the county. PLANS TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS BASED ON A YEAR CONTRACT BASIS

Sawyer Slade GasW. Hampton Including, and Starke Brooker.Lawtey He i

said reproduced the maps and would made be I Call Today 964-8104 For A Free Estimater:11 I

Madison St. 964.7701 Starke this available to the public later

year. AlitrAli $V iA ; lV: ii-g4lqF
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l.age24 TELEGKAPII December6,1973





I Food To Increase Stamp January Allotments 1 Fop Tears We've Said Were




,, Low income families on the cost due to lack of income

federal food stamp programwill During October stamp
be given increases in sales here total $15,973 which

allotments starting January 1. represented a purchase valueOf I
according to the U. S. 44750.

Department of Agriculture'sFood The amount paid for stamps

and Nutrition Service. ranges from zero for those
The hikes will be made in with no adjusted net income

accordance with the amendments up to $26 for $32 worth of R 1' .
of the Food Stamp Act stamps which would be paid

in the Agriculture and Con- by a single person with an rrLLUELL

sumer Protection Act of 1973. adjusted net income of $170

These amendments requiredthat per month

coupon allotments be :
adjusted semi-annually to Weeds Leaves -
,


officials food Bureau reflect At the as changes said of same published Labor most time in families Statistics.prices,by USDA the on of Ma lie Compost UpCOOII WI3 I1 m (! J 001:3: UU I Jl3(



food stamps will be allowed to
earn larger incomes and still Composting is the term usedto 16 eetSanta'No.1 HelpersPAT

qualify for the food stamp describe the partial

program. decomposition of organic

As an example the monthly materials prior to their addition MCLAUGHLIN CORDELL MCCAW
coupon allotment of a familyof to the soil surface as a

four will rise from $116 to mulch or incorporation into
$142. The amount the the soil as an amendment.

household must pay for Almost any plant material

stamps varies with its net may be used to produce a

income. compost. Leaves weeds, lawn
With the increase in allotment clippings garden trash

the same family wouldbe kitchen wastes and many
allowed to earn up to $473 others can be composted into A L ; '11 048 aTi

per month and still qualify for an excellent material for use

the food stamp program ThisIs as a growth medium for

an increase of $HS from the plants. Materials such as 1
EPtI"
current $387 maximum.In wood shavings sawdust and ,
view of the increase in tree bark can also be used but

maximum income allowed are less desirable since they I.r I.

the local food stamp office require long periods of time to

would like for all persons who rot sufficiently.

had been turned down A good compost incorporated ?

previously for excess income, into a garden soil i M "'
to come to the olfice and will often greatly improve the yaT

reapply. chemical and physical :
BILL WI ;01'
Mrs Betty Bennett food properties of a sandy soil and DOTTIE WILSON

stamp supervisor, said that thus aid plant growth. The

1,5M individuals are currently organic matter added is an
e served the local important source of
being by nitrogenin If*All MXID flTATI AC/DC -. TAILIAUTOI'HONO
office. Of this number. 97 the soil Decomposition of PORTABLI TillVISlONLt ,. .L uxnw '
'
obtained their stamps without the compost, by soil i I I ( *) ItC1glm I N 1 siSr"r' .$3995 r -
releases : =....0acawI i" : :: : )
.
microorganisms a f .
;; : l lfv IIn .
very small portion of this : GENERAL 1$0---- PMOT: ftiMora coNraoi ., HCn
AM/FM TABLE RADIO
Health Bid for ELECTRICrt
Dept. nitrogen use by plants. IS"BLACK*WHITE 1 ,"L'"."'..,
I >
I'rxw wn On.Ml? r
More importantly compostcan PORTABLI aor .AIL w/II tls4 S 95
... .... 29
PM
Mww.1 F "
SetA improve the physical AT BADCOCK ,11I1 taT.'Siili1! U" PORTABLE TV "K_erlNf.rnMwrd
Opening [jIJ\JtXJu\ : =
property of the soil. The Mwwd Ngwll.
.
WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL ''M.IN.1 .... .
organic matter adds surfacearea S"SLACK S WHITI TV iw.r.l. UHr/VHV- ........".H.'U IwNr.
"C w/p1011M CIOCKaRAAM ''.. ORIOINAUT' nip .**.rlwV' C a m e D n By
special meeting to open to sandy soils increasingtheir /lxo TY pWN N.Nrw ..-.-.. NOW... fie Ji1 x _M.L mr.N
bids on renovation of the capacity to retain 'MIN. 95
$14995 .M.'a" $15995 159 128 5. Walnut
Bradford County Health moisture and to hold fertilizer 12" DELUXE

Department building on nutrients. It Improves the tilth 19" DELUXE I ii III BLACK a Or Call
Church Street is scheduled for of clay soils by providing WHITE

Dec 10 by the Bradford better air and water BLACK WHITE TV = PORTABLE TV :". .r.,.. r.. ... EILC1 OMANImY. 9&4-52B9

County Commission. movement. Mwwd._" MwwrM_". Rcn..... __
Funds for the project have Materials like dry leaves ("...I c.", 22" CONSOLE TV

been included in the commission's and fresh sawdust should be : 5 Sup**Mwr VHf tan* | r
,
:u.. nOT kH,,.,.vw i n.r $25995 BILL WILSON AND HIS
budget and plans for well composted before they 'p"'WY"'N "* -
upgrading the building, are added to the soil. These ::7W.1wuYi' .w N" $9995 14 III
-' $16995 : :::"::: ::'':':'
erected nearly 30 years ago materials rot very slowly and FINE STAFF WILL HELP
have been drawn by Architect PORTABlE TV -
do little good until they are 16"'OUAILI
Frank George of Palatka. _...._ COLO TV
thoroughly decomposed. A ....
has been ill YN/ryM1 7 /T Mww..fl.rwl.llr. 14 CU. FT FROST FREE YOU MAKE
George for n.
simple procedure composting :>.;.... I I
1816 la : ._ COLO"R
: : CONSOLE .
recently, which has delayedthe these woody material c...._;..... M..wrM OM.wll TV REFRIGERATOR a '"i
.
project temporarily, but it sconsisls of 6inchlayer .. .11-.. -..... .CT IIw1b, ..NM.M-I.I, .A./nNw.101. .. "Nrw." (Mif'r THIS THE
covering a 95 hwwl ... I. ...,,'.._ "jt,r.n": ._.. _IN,..n
.
understood he
has
is ..... .
of leaves 1 M
(sawdust) ft to
$39995.c.--. .... ,. .
recovered. 10 square feet in size with a 2- ----- (;,IF'I"! ',[I!I) '- J- ",ll.t. I- ".TwIaNwMI..nlN' '.w. BESTCHRISTMAS
$49995
Modernization of the health III e"
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inch layer of soil plus one ....4400 17CP. .. 12"?
department is expected to cost quart of a complete fertilizer TY/xNxw --'- 23"CONSOLE COLOR TV All.w.m.'.,1000
around $25,000. Plans are to Alternate these layers until M.rllw"=' ,

change partitions in the the pile is 2 to 3 feet high. The .STEREO.......-PHONO- :. !w',",ow_:'_".M.-"N I 11 rw-.v ....Wn"A.ry a.P25g93, ..... YEr$6995
to make for for -
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building room added fertilizer hastens .
examination areas and decompostion.. Water DxwMb4 ww.w I NO EXTRA CHARGE
doctor's offices and to 71.1 FOR COLORS ad'
frequently enough to keep the FM/AM SOUD-STATI w/.u
remodel the entrance so pile moist but not too wet. FM/AM/FM CONSOLE CLOCK RADIO DWI :OMOwl.rl a
patients can be channeled into Under favorable conditions STEREO WITN..C. / 25" COLOR p

the proper area of the oak leaves composted in this : :,w./wN.M". :.:.:. fD- ] :. L''w.......:... CONSOLE... $69995, CONTEMPORARY RECLlNA.ROCKER
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not Leached Out Roughage Utilization. BASKET $54" .." Nl SOY!R4KI (PO1 Mn R.n//N/1 '


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