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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 27, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Settlement Timber Tax Made Suit 1973 Shows $3 MillionIn i I




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$88,397 check from Container Corporation of

America was recently paid to Bradford County Tax
Collector J. R. Kelly in settlement of timber taxes Over three million dollars was contracted for new

withheld since 1971. commercial, public and private construction during ,

Ending seven years of court action over Con- the year 1973 according to Bradford County and i
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',i City of Starke building permit records. I
tainer of
Corp's protest Assessor Gene Long's pine ;

and woodland evaluations, the check wipes clean ... ,:' ;,. '..;.: i:' :.'-::,> Public and commercial construction amounted to
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,Xl', $1,567,990 and 102
the tax slate with Container for the first time since : :.,.' <..,}.'.I.f( ..''k ..,\1.; :.'... 1731000. private dwellings added
1965. The timber firm has 1972 and : ";
already paid '1. ,:' q'7 ." ,' .
.' : ; of the commercial
''' Largest projects is Bradford
1973 taxes. ,, ,
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J\,. Square Shopping Center costing $625,000,
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t ." "" scheduled for opening Feb. 1.
The commission in favor of the I.: 01..
check 'I
$88,397 was the .
,.; \ ,:j Other commercial and public buildings include:
end result of a settlement settlement with Container and ; eL!e)1.. _
negotiated by County Attorney the waiver of interest and .. ) Bradford High School Phase III at $362,000; The 8
Gene Shaw with penalties.Had .. Days Inn at $250,000; Hardee's at $85,000; Pizza

Container under which the .i ( Hut at $50,000; offices of attorneys George Pierce

county agreed to waive any the county collected ,"' ',' ; and Dudley Hardy at $40,000; offices of realtor
effort to collect penalties or interest and penalties At- ; I
I interest on Container's unpaid torney Shaw points out, that George Roberts, $30,000; Church of God $40,000;
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taxes. The check covered the would have been offset by 4 : KOA Kampground, $24,990; Sunbeam Bakery
four years ending in 1971 in court costs. J warehouse, $20,000; Baldwin Chevrolet paint and

which the firm had withheld yrr. body shop $15,000; and Bradford County Fire y II
taxes in excess of what it Shaw defends the com- Department, $14,000.
claimed it owed the county, mission's decision to settle as
pending outcome of the court a wise one, though he stood to
case. profit from another court "All this construction pointsup HOME: BUILDING="'
case. the need for uniform zoning BOOM:
Under the compromise codes in the county," says
Container agreed to pay taxes The $88,397 will be divided County Zoning Director L. M.\ Major growth is taking
Gaines. place in the southern region of
levels
based on assessment about
60-40 betweenthe
percent
set by Tax Assessor Long for Bradford School Board Since October when the the county, reports Tax
the four years in question. The and the County Commission. director began work, the Assessor Gene Long.
homes have been
timber firm has long con- zoning office has collected Many new
tended those assessments on $1,752 in zoning permits, built in Seminole Ridge on SR-
timber lands were excessive. according to Gaines. 21, going toward Melrose,

Thieves Hit .s Bradford County population Long This says.development near
Container originally filed .. ?, 4 .K. & 4 (y I
,,1pK 4 I prophets say that number of Lake Santa Fe has grown to
suit in 1965 along with four residents will double in the around 50 homes in the past
other timber companies. Aftera On ChristmasFive next five years. A Universityof three years, he said. Severalof
three-day trial in Circuit Florida architecture class the homes are valued at _
Court before Judge John A. H. breaking and enterings predicts that the county $30,000 and over.Construction .
Murphree a decision was took place in Starke, Dec 22 population will exceed 30,000 of 25 homes in I
announced in favor of the 26, according to the Starke by 1978. the city and 77 in the county .
county, and upholiing Long's Police Department. The class headed by Dr. have added over one and one-
assessments. Robert Heigh ton, Jr. and Dr. half million dollars to the

Three of the breaking and Carl Fiess of the U. of F. building boom.
Container appealed and the enterin$s, Army Eagle Navy. Urban and Regional Inside the city limits home
question of timber taxes, in Southside Elementary andStarke Development Center is values range mostly in the 10
the of Starke to 15 thousand dollar
other areas as well as Elementary, took assisting City range.
Bradford County, reached the place Christmas Day .. ar and Bradford County in a land Two of the residents listed
Florida Supreme Court. A sometime late Tuesday night use study. The study plots the construction costs at over
ruling was issued in the First and early Wednesday mor Currently under construction on US-301 north in Starke is this SS-unit 8-Days Inn at a cost of$250.000. present use and planningareas $30,000 with the remaining 23
District Court of Appeals that ning. All three of the entires of future growth. under fifteen thousand.

timber taxes in a certain year were under investigation ,r4.'Y County building permits
could be based rY listed one new home at$70,000.
not solely on Wednesday morning by the
cases from prior years. The Starke Police Department.Five Three homes were built at a
Circuit Court had issued Clean Up cost of from $40 to $70
thousand. Twenty-four houses
in favorof
summary judgments
dollars in pennies ana were in the $20 to$40 thousand
Nut Sale
the county in the years 1968- unestimated amount of builders
range.Thirty-five
71, based on the 1965 trial
mercandise was stolen from listed their costs at from 10 to
decision The court ruling left the of the Russ' Bar on East Madison St. < ,l 111 i'Tdb Set Jan. 3 20 thousand dollars. And
appellate county
in Starke, Dec. 22, according fourteen
finally, permits were
again with the possibility of to the report of Officer J. L. Final "clean-up" sale of the approved for building costs of
having to defend its case in Howard season will be held Jan. 3 says less than $10,000 for the new
court. Market !Manager Bob Allen. dwellings.This .
Peca ns brought an average of total does not includethe
Stolen were six men'swallets 30 cents a pound at the auction
mobile
That prospect was met with 149 homes placedon
six ladies' wallets, sale held Thursday, Dec. 12 at
dread by Assessor Long who y Bradford County propertythis
of beer, five
three cases the Starke State Farmers
faced the prospect of having to dollars in pennies, and year. Mobile home pricescan
again employ foresters as Market. go as high as $15,000,
expert witnesses to uphold his Christmas presents.cutting Entrywas the ___ Allen said a total of 19,159 according to county records.
assessment levels, although gained by pounds of nuts were sold and Most of the mobile's range
off the left front door
those assessments on timber hasp that revenue to the growers from $1,500 to $10,000) the
lands have remained constant with a hack saw, statedHoward's i amounted to $5.731. permits show.

since 1965. The prospect of reoort. a He said seedlings brought Permits were also issued in
paying high expert witness from 26 to 30 cents a pound the county zoning office for 83
fees plus court costs ap- Seventeen dollars in changewas that Stuarts ranged from 20 to additions or remodeling
parecntly decided the countyWatch stolen from the D and W 38 cents, and that Curtis nuts projects of $3110< ) or more.
sold from
at 26 to 37 cents a
Whattaburger on South
Walnut St., Starke, Dec. 22, pound. BRADFORD SQUARE
The Jan. 3 sale has been
the
L Major expenditures in
to Howard's
according report.
scheduled he said to give
Sometime between Dec. 21 city were commercial
N growers a chance to harvestthe
development. The largest
and 22nd the pinball machinein
remainder of the crop over
approved being the new
the D and W
Whattaburgerwas ,
holidays and then sell
shopping center, Bradford
broken into
by prying,
them at the market. He said
stated Howard's Square at $625,000, located on
l report. Some $450.000 went into this Bradford Middle School complex I containing a gymnasium I and special education there are still quite a few
i suite occupied in late November 1972.the pecans on the trees.



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Two men were killed and Division of Corrections; Griffin, Starke, was treated '61 Pontiac. Davis was spection certificate and Dec. 21. Norman was both stopped at the in-
Services one injured in five seperate Padgett was a carpenter.In and released from the charged with no valid in- careless driving, stated following Jackson, when they tersection of the dirt roads.
automobile accidents which another accident PercyRaiford Bradford County Hospitalafter Starke Officer Kenneth
in Bradford being struck as he Rniford AsksGarbage Carlton's report.A .
took
place County
MONDAY: Dec.: 31
Some Food
during the week of Dec. 18- To Vote walked across East Brownlee 1973 Chevrolet driven by Prices
22, according to the Starke street by a 1972 Ford driven by Bids James Clyde !Manning, 26,
7:30 p.m. Police Department and Michael Brasford of Starke, collided with a 1972
Pine Level Baptist Florida Highway Patrol. On Sunday Sales Jacksonville, Dec. 22.Brasford's RAIFORD City Council Volkswagen, driven by Djuan Double For SchoolsSome
Danilo Novack. 29, Starke, on
The two Starke men, John vehicle was will accept sealed bids until 5p.m.
9:30 p.m. William "Cecil" Padgett, 29, Of Beer And Wine headed west on Bronlee St. January 31 from SR-100, Dec. 20.
First Baptist who was driving the car, and a when Griffin darted out into interested in operating persons a !Manning\ had failed to see food item prices have month:up 103 percent.
passenger, Morley Griffis, 28, RAIFORDMayor ElmerA. the street. Basford attemptedto garbage and trash collecting Novack while making a left doubled during the past year, Sliced apples for pie also
turn in front of Novack, and the Bradford School was near the top, going from
but
10 p.m.Freewill were killed early Thursday Wallace has called a swerve out of the way. service within the County
corporate
Baptist morning Dec. 20. when their referendum for Tuesday, Jan. struck Griffin. Griffin was limits of the town.Specifications was attempting to pull into a board was told in its Dec. 4 $7.63 up to$14.98 or 96 percent.
car slammed into an old 8, to decide whether or not the struck by the left rear mirror be ob private driveway when meeting. Other items listed were:
'10:30 p.m. guardhouse on SR-16 at the Sunday sale of beer and wine and knocked to the ground, tained by contacting may the town Novack collided with him, Betty Gehrigger, food Strawberries 42 cents a
First Methodist west entrance to the state will be permitted within the stated Officer J. L. Howard's clerk Mrs.\ Kathryn Alvarez, stated Trooper C. R. Cory of services coordinator, suppliedthe pound up to 60) cents; light
prison grounds. city limits. report of the SPD. telephone 4311418.. the FHP. No arrests or injuries board with a companon of tuna $Z3.73 to $27.95; pure
FliP Trooper C. R. Cory All persons registered to In other accidents: A 1961 All bids received will be were reported. prices on 11 items last year ground beef, 64 cents to 92
cwlJr ,
.ttIummunity said Padgett and Griffis died vote who are 13 years of age Pontiac, driven by Tommy opened at the regular council Damages estimated to the with those in effect last cents; weiners, 57 to 84 cents;
(! instantly when their east- or older and who have lived Hugh Davis, Gainesville, meeting on Monday, Feb. 4. Chevrolet were $2,000 and to month.It smoked ham, $1.12 to $1.58;
bound 1966 Dodge left the road within the incorporated limitsof collided with the rear of a 1965 There approximately the Volkswagen at $1,000.A listed canned cherries at pork and beans $4.88 to $7.84;
fctatr #SankT. and traveled 162 feet along the Raiford for at least 60 days Pontiac, driven by Collier 100 businesses are and residencesin 1966 Dodge Truck, driven $10.15 a container last year green beans, $5.60 to $9.16;
roadside before striking the prior to January 8, are eligibleto Edward Griffis, Starke on Raiford to be served. Cost by !Mervin\ Jackson, Starke, and $20.29 in November, a 100 sliced peaches, $7.79 to $9.55.
.- ..... U. brick pillar. Cory said the vote in the referendum. SR-200, Dec. 18. of the service will be paid by collided with the front of a 1969 percent increase. Miss Gehringer told the
T. OO.OOO h* accident occurred at 12:45: Voting will be in the Raiford Damage to the rear of the the with additional fees Ford, driven by Russell Boneless chicken went up at board that because of price
P..... D. __c..... Community Center from 7 '65 Pontiac was estimated at to the city no Norman, Starke, at an in- an even higher rate, from changes and the difficulty of
a.m.Griffis was an employee of a.m. to 7 p.m. $400 and$350 in damage to the public. tersection of two dirt roads, $22.45 per unit to $45.61 last obtaining bids on foodstuffs.





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Theatre Staff EntertainedThe SOCIAL NEWS Christmas Held At Nursery Party: ; .. : PERSONALS I

I Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Christmas motif was _
Barksdale were hosts at a carried out in decorations The Pee Wee' Nursery
dinner party last Wednesday and a buffet dinner was Cf/aJyi Wooty,. Society :litoi-, 964-7608 Christmas program and party
at t their home for em- served to the 20 guests. Mr. and Mrs\ Merritt II, \Mr and Mrs William
might held Dec. the Starke
.. ,' i\iv.! !:: ::%::&&.&d$a9h'Ra:3 >:.--=:' +t:::*:::::::::::::::::::*::'a'titit4h.r::: :: :::::::::;:::;:::;:::;::,51::::::}::::i:::::::ati':;:::;}:::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::: was 18 at Christmasday held house on
\iloyees of the 301 V'IV""U Elementary School Cafeteria, Williams spent Glover open
:the Florida Theatre. with their son-in-law and Sunday afternoon from four to
Children A program of Christmas daughter, Mr. and !Mrs L. A. eight o'clock honoring their
Enjoy songs and plays was Taylor, Jr? and family in holiday house guests, 1\1 r.
Country Club ?BIRTHS presented by the 25 children Jacksonville.Mrs. Glover's mother, Mrs D. L.
under the direction of Mrs. Edna Hart spent the Cain of Montgomery, Ala:,
8 8 i.I I Family NightThe Gary Hildebran AssistingMrs Christmas hilidays with her and their\ brother and sister-
o llildebran were !Mrs son-in-law and daughter, Mr. in-law, Mr and Mrs. Fred
t )1 t t Lew Chaff Miss Carolyn and Mrs Ronald Crawford, Glover of Laguna Beach,
family night party and Mr and !Mrs Garreth F. Sapp, and Miss Mary Anne and son in Ocala, miif
buffet supper sponsored by Jones announce the birth of a \Miller. Miss Stephanie Green Mrs. Ella !Moody and Mrs Dr. U S. !Mullins and son
i the Starke Golf and CountryClub son, Shawn Fiediick Scott, on accompanied the children at PearlColson attended open Glen and Mr and Mrs\ W K,
last Saturday night attracted l Dec. 19! in S>t. Luke's Hospital I, the piano. house Sunday at the home of Howell of Ocala attended the

'< 3a a record number of Jacksonville Paternal Santa Claus arrived at the Mr and Mrs C. W. Beasley in Tangerine Bowl game in
cfi parents and their childien grandparents are Mr. and Gainesville Gainesville Saturday,
1 : end of the and
,. Mrs KailK Jones of Starke. program
BrightT..1 Following the buffet supper Maternal grandparents are presented gifts to the children. Hickey Crawford of
,: which featured fried and Mr and !Mrs Harry S. Workman Refreshments were servedby Brooksville spent the weekend Mrs.\ E. !M Davis has as her
barbecured chicken, the of Miami. Mrs llildbran's mother with Mr. and Mrs Rudolph guests over the Christmas
'. children gathered around a Mrs Shl Smith Sr., and aunt. Crawford..w..w..w..w..w..w..w..w..w..w.. holidays her sisters,

New Year ; ) & beautifully decorated tree to Mrs Pat Thorntoni . . M 4e' 4t 4 4 . M 4. 4 4r .
sing and hear stories told by PERSONALS ;. >toto
Janet Turner. The festivitieswere >

3P'u'f' climaxed by the arrivalof : Friends
? Santa Claus with gifts for i IKSi is\i'Tivr tiiuitni Dear *
It. the children. Mr! and Mrs! John Heaves *
of Texas are spending the Sunda Sunday School, :
Christmas holidays with !Mrs ic. This is to wish $
9:45: Morning \Voiship, 11:00: (), rt you
McClane, and Misses Janet
"1w Joe E:. Wilson. sermon by Kev Ben P. *
I and Carol Owsley, StaceyDenmark Mr and Mrs. K. P. Holand Bryant; 1: ouch Handbells, *
Gwen Land, and Merry J
Harry and Beth of Athens Ga. 5:00: p.in., Church Training, a very
_L ), Cindy Canova. arrived Sunday to spend 6'15: p.m.; Evening Worship ,..
r Passing out rice bags were Christmas Holidays with Mrs 7.30p:: .m., sermon by Kev BenP. : T I Christmas and *
Johns and
Debra Debbie a
Good Luck, Good : ; Holand's mother Mrs. H. L Bryant .
Owsley. !Monday-Youth Choir, 7:1111:( .
Friend! One and All. I' SneerMr( *
fi; :" Disney Following World a wedding and trip South to and Mrs Wendell p.m.ednesday-Praj; Watch Night, 9:30: p.m. : Happy New Year. *

Kilpatrick Mr and Mrs Phil
Florida and
Mr Mrs Crosby
Vellenjw.Mr and Mrs\ Steve !Meeting 6.JO: p.m.; Teachersand ,..
home
at Starke
are now in at
1ti1ler.Ir.! and Mrs. Richard Officers Meeting 7'13 i: : *
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111 Washington StreetA Love
STAKKE Church Choir 8tIU( ) .
JOl'kl'I.1\lrs.\ Alicia Stet fa. and p.m. : p in ,.
1973 graduate of Bradford
TEXACO Thursday--Visitation, 7:110: *
Cliff Newsome attended the *
High School, the bride attends
477V; Santa Fe Community College play "Fiddler on the Hoof," p.m. aBen i : Aim \1.: Hough *

Delia & Ed ColeTHESTORYOFAflflK To: and is employed in the at the Thunderbird in P. Bryant Pastor *
"' ), 'tr 1lr Bradford County Zoning Jacksonville last Sunday *
v Board office night. JyM4144 . 4 . 4K4 . .
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GI 4 Big days-Starts Wednesday g AM Ends Saturday at 9:00 P.M.

spa 1111 Cheryl Anne Phillips Weds


James Crosby, Jr. Dec. 1 15

\1 .ol earllO: 33 % -1 20

The First Baptist Church Given in marriage by her OFF OFF
CQ" Q was the setting for the father, the bride wore a gown OFF _
.. marriage of Miss Cheryl Anne of white velvet trimmed with
Phillips and James Vernon lace and seed pearls and All Light Sets Our Discount 1 Prices'' Every Radio

Crosby Jr on Saturday, Dec. featuring long, full sleeves
15, at 8 o'clock in the evening.The with fitted cuffs trimmed with Indoor-OuldoaWeatherpoof Lights Decorations'! Pocket. Clock, Table Digital and Many Mae!
-- Christmas Card
i bride is the daughter of pearl buttons. Her floor length Every
AND A GIRL \Mrs Betty Ann Phillips of veil, trimmed in lace, fell 1
SEARCHINGFOR I Starke and O J. Phillips, Jr., from a cap. She carried a 7 and Selected Decorations E.lm .
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of Lake Butler. The white Bible, belonging to her \
G. l.1= j HUGE ASSORTVFMl OF BOXED I CHRISTMAS CAKDS AND DECORATIONS FOR INDOORS AND
bridegroom( is the son of Mr grandmother, Mrs George k :
LIFE! and Mrs Jimmy V. Crosby Flynn Sr., which was ornamented OUTDOORS AI.I ARE PRICED Tl( GO SO 1 STOCK; UP NOW FOR NEXT CHRISTMAS AT -
THESE LOW LOW PRICES
.a. Sr.. of Starke. with white orchids
.. and satin streamers. Her only /
....' The ceremony was performed jewelry was a diamond : O
.R. by the Rev. Ben necklace a gift of the groom 3330FF iil25o F

:.:0.. j Bryant, pastor of the First OFF i\ \
:t:0. x Baptist Church. Weddingmusic Miss\ Pam !Macy was maidof
., was presented by Paul honor and the bridesmaidswere I I Any
:', Faulkner. organist, and Miss !Misses Debbie Bobo, All Gift Wrap Our Discount Prices! In
ti Our Stock
v. Carol Hardy soloist. Diann!Moore, and Neva Jayne 1
v, 3 Rolls, 6 Rolls 10 Rolls, Jumbo Rolls i Foil'! j
ft Flynn. All attendants wore All Toys Priced 51 and Under! .: Scoop Chairs, Director Chairs, Metal
"4 Tall baskets of pink, burgundy velvet gowns .. Bridie Chairs Wooden Folding Chairs
burgundy and white trimmed with white lace, and ray CHOICE OF IANKS Hi t-.. I or ANIMALS FUN | AH SETS TEA SETS r. Utility Stools Wooden Bar Stools and
WORLD WIDE ,
:. presents PICTURES chrysanthemums and mums carried variegated nosegays TELEPHONES TOPS ANI VflV VANY MORE ALL AIM .- .'. -:| FOR GIFT GIVING Folding Wooden Stools
stood at either side of the with streamers. INyli/1/ AND CHRISTMAS > 1 I
CUFF RICHARD altar lighted by three rows of

TwoA were white marked tapers. by Family pink bows pews Alison Dr and Denmark Mrs J. daughterof E Denmark Any Toy 51 to 53 I
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and tapers, and greenery was was flower girl and :1O 33 % %
velvet trimmed Famous Nam* Games Rjdms Icy Cars. Train Stls.Cewbiy
placed in each window ledge wore pink OFF
with white lace. OFF Sets Cltanini Sfti Toy Cookwaie Sits Plush
PENmWEuitWAlleaoit Animils Tartt Sets on* Roulette Sets OFF

S Danny Brown son of !Mr Any ApplianceFamous All Over Every Knife Set
Toys 53Dills.
: and Mrs William D Brown, Maker Appliances lor Home and Grooming'' '

: D e was ring bearer. Games ley Musical Instruments. Battiry Olfratil'leys In The Store
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FIHST BAPTIST :- C IJ' laskitiais: Foil Tables Furniture. Trucks. Cars OFF _
The father 7 '
bridegroom's .
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t NEWerleegy served as best man and
...... CHURCH saving ushers were Len Register, \J BIKES,THIKIS, WAGON AND WHCKL TOTS NOT INCJ.UDKD! t -. -=;;;-
Keith and I
Reggie
December 31 1973 NOU $ Flynn. Patray

:. 9:30: p.m. MEN'S AND BOYS' DEPT. SHOE DEPT. WOMEN'S AND GIRLS DEPT.

4T Ban P Bryant Following the ceremony a w6''
Pastor hur, sat was held in the Alt MEN'S IOUILE KNIT 0. r rU
',.. ArtPig- Stare Woman's Club where WOMEN'S FAMOUS MAKER
Ii; William George -03 nII"J 51hGAINESVILLE palms and baskets of 1b CHESS SLACKS tOKt SLEEVE HOUSES I
Minister MUSIC burgundy and pink and white 0 / I

t flowers. were used in 696 I DRESS SHOES FOR MEN 7 9a I
WOMEN AND CHILDREN
b ___ __ __ decorating;. I'1rf(11tt( I ,
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MEN'S SHOES .s *.94.., e..371
\ FAMOUS MAKERRESSSIACKS WOMEN'S. .AS .1.9 .., e.. 149 ?' All WOMEN'S SWEATERS
1 .As 2( ... ...206 -
The bride's table was .
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overlaid with an imported i. ( s3-1.., N..297 284
t' u IOFF
,;- outwork: and lace cloth, and 20CODDUROT If' BOYS' 149 I
'to OS ANY 1M ,,, 1.83 la
'" was centered by a three-tiered w+1 ii.: Many Styles!
GIRLS ..s .. 2 06
.e cake, with the top tier
mounted on pedestals.
." Flanking the cake were two JACKETS
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... silver candelabra with white ..WOMEN'S QUIUED ROIESWOMEN'S
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I; 0I I IQ tapers OB Thi I 1I

.<' A A1i EVERY SLIPPER FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN 207
The
two punch tables
overlaid with i t white lace j/ .r1 r a
eI cloths held silver punch yi
O bo..ls. surrounded by fern and PUUOVERS I t CAIDICANSOS 1 1j30FF a }x I SHERPA COATS
and white raa.4'/. ... HOW I.65
.' pink chrysanthemums '
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;j" Pouring punch 20 i 5
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'\ were \Mrs Olamae Gaskins I Many Styles! .P! I
and :Mrs Frank Owsley -
i Cutting the cake were :Mrs J, '
.. K. )lardy and !Mrs K V E.'S DRESS IDOlS CIRIS* QUIUED ROIES
.. Turner. MEN'S KNIT DRESS SHIRTS | 250/0

Ai'1 i ..- PJ1 ifu 87

01 Mrs\ Paul Canova greeted 298
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Brown or Black. Many Styles!
0( guests at the door and
Sizes 7 to 12.

I receiving presented line them composed to the of I I : I SUCKS

I \ members of the wedding c3-j

\ bride party,and and groom.the mothers of the eta %

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i We Hope All the Days to Come .
Miss Valerie Pabst kept the GIRLS' CORDUROY COATS I
S are Good to You in all ways, all bride's book at a table covered ROYS' QUILT I IINED 1 DIAL SPRAY e coil BREACOLDEODORANT.OZ AND SHERPA COATS
i Seasons. with a white cutwork cloth and CORDUROY I I I IACKETS Ofl 3 OZ.us ,
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I Griffin! : SOIIH", FiIerGlays", ,, holding, a gift an of anniversarycandle the bride's 968 ( 1 dial m ''I, 1.e4 ru k 972 I I ILLIT
great-aunt, Mrs R. G. Kidd, I "
Boat", Work Jr. a I I J,SHEHPA COATS .. Mil II 12

WOODROW SR WOODROW. -
LEONARD VICTOR GRIFFIS Assisting \ serving were Use Our Convenient If You're Not Shopping At Eagles Starke, Florida

Ilrst Wishes, To Our Friends, Customer Mrs.. R. KeAhsh, Mrs. G. B. Year Round Plan. FamilyDiscount StoreYou're Not Saving Money!
!!4 Flynn Jr., J\s\ J. E. Denmark Layaway Phone 964-7513
3 MILES N 301 STARKE 964-5531 Mrs Resell Norman
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Three Receive $5.. 00 Reward Money From Cattleman's Association I

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The cattleman's association entered a plea of guilty to the adjudged guilty in charges of Deputy Dempsey with an station wagon. I asked Huey "Middle ways in the bridgewe formation Officer Dempsey and brought back to Starke.
lived up to its promise to give charge of larceny of a cow. grand larceny stemming from armed robbery that had just about the beef. He said that it found some blood. We and I headed to that locationto 4:10: a.m. "Huey Cowart and
reward to anyone giving information Massey notified Deputy Carl the theft of a cow. In- occured. Assisting in the belonged to Mrs. Carter. It believe this was where the meet the Gainesville unit. Alvin Underhill were returned(
leading to the Miles about the cow kUling vestigation and arrest of the investigation, I was about 11 p.m." entrails and cow hide was 3:00: a,m. "We arrived, got and booked In Bradford
arrest and conviction of cattle incident who investigated and pair reads like a mystery on check a white over green 12:30: a.m. Dempsey and I disposed of, subjects out of bed, placed County Jail.
or horse thieving by developed the case, in Union T.V. Here are accounts from 1964 Ford station wagon at went to Carter's house northof them under arrest and ad- Both of the subjects have
presenting checks to Edwin County.In the deputies report by Glen Charlie Cowart's home just a Starke on US-301. Mrs. 2":00: a.m. "We were vised them of their rights. since been adjudged guilty of
Massey, John) Dempsey and another case Bradford Moore: short distance from the store. Carter knew nothing bout the returning home. Gainesville the charge of grand larceny,
Glen Moore. County Sheriff's deputies Glen "Thursday night February The car belonged to Huey cow and advised us that she called advising that their unit which states that Huey
"The Florida( Cattemen's Moore and John Dempsey 15,1973 about 9:50: p.m. I wentto Cowart. While checking the did not own any cows. had the car spotted at a traitor "We got some meat out of Cowart and Alvin Underhill on
Association will pay $500 for split $500 when Huey Cowart the Handy-Way store tires I saw a quarter of beef "We left Carters and headedto on 441 just south of the G. K. the freezer inside the trailer. the 15th day of February, did
information) leading to the and Alvin Underhill were located on SR-22S to help laying in the rear of the Keith Reddish's home on Plant.1'"Upon There was some meat still in steal, take and carry away a

arrest and conviction of cattle --__----- ,-.--........------,___._ ... JI __. SR-225 east of the HandyWay."At the car. The car and meat cow, of the value of more than
or horse thieving and for this time we were receiving. that in- were confiscated for evidence $100.
malicious and wanton tr Kt. .y prq assuming that the cow had
shooting of cattle and horses been stolen and from information -

from Cattlemen's a member Association of the Florida," Ir'r r, had been parked that Cowart's on side car of How To Get More For. Your Dollars Is Theme Of New Yearbook I I

says the cattle theft reward atk j 9 road just east of the Reddish
regulations. t'I house. ATLANTA Ga. The U. S. USDA has no copies for climate control, remodeling,
Edwin Massey of Lawtey I x >x 0 "We decided to check with Department of Agriculturehas public distribution or sale. second homes, and making
received a check last week for r 0 h Reddish and Ray Norman and published a guide to help Major sections of the book housework easier.Furnishings .
$500 when James Alvarez see if they had any cows and if families use their incomes to are: .- including
any were missing best advantage. Families which includes floor coverings, drapes,
"Norman said that he had among its subjects living lighting, portable storage
some cows across the road. units and room dividers,
costs
"Handbook for the Home, records, money
the lot and TV and sound
i We went to cow appliances,
Yearbook of management plans, nutrition,
the
found a gate open going into a new systems, clothing decisions,
general consumer tips, indoor
Agriculture, "suggests ways
electric
shoot. equipment,
fuller gardening, and and sewing )
could where that families can live camping and
"You see luggage.
I something had been drug more secure, and more recreational vehicles. Communities ,- including
Dwellings --
including
lives and
shoot the at satisfying helps how communities
from the to gate work
determining what
< the road. The lock had been them avoid costly pitfalls of housing you together to stretch
; J tA' b,.. all kinds," Secretary of can afford, site selection, for
< cut off. resources, guidelines
:: ), <:, Earl L. Bulz financing a home, insurance,
: ) ". Agriculture says
had backed to the health
"A
car up community services, ,
., :'<' ,; ... ;:i'I, ," gate and the cow loaded in to in a foreword to the volume."It foundations legal angles, house plans, environmental planning,
;: ,' wealth of and basements
: ,
3: gathers a great
1'1;
the vehicle. cultural
of
; : the rear opportunities, out-
electricity, shade trees
> material into ,
Edwin Massey, second from left and Deputies John Dempsey and Glenn Moore receive 'The tire tracks were the 400 consumer compact pages. This some is a door recreation, and water
same as Huey Cowarts car, and sewer systems.
checks from the Bradford-Union Cattleman's Association for work in apprehending cattle
book for famllie3. It centers
.., ..$. wide the front and mud "This Yearbook
,':' on cannot
f'" : rustlers. Massey received $500 for reporting Union County rustling job, and the two deputies around the home whether
.h, check for Bradford At left Is Joe Marlin Milliard, of the grips on the rear. begin to go into full detail on
split a $500 a County case. treasurer home is a suburban house, a My Neighbors "
:.1 f: State Association of Cattlemen, and at right is Paul Emory, Urooker, president of the It-U "When they pulled the cow country place, or a cityapartment. the many subjects it covers,
;, \\ Jar Cattlemen. Irom the shoot, they pulled ." Secretary Butz says in the
: EI w across a board leaving some Foreword "It can only give
red hair. This hair was "The more knowledgeable highlights. So (Suggested
collected for evidence." consumers this nation has," Further Reading) lists are
; W1THERTRON'!! 1:30: "Ronnie Underhill Secretary Butz notes, "the --- given at the end of many
called the county jail wantingto better will be our way of life." chapters."
talk to me. He told me that "Handbook for the Home"is The Yearbook's readers are
%ae 2\/\ ( he had half of a beef in his hardback, contains 78 also referred to such valuable
x $ CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING : deep freeze that Huey Cowart chapters, more than 190 sources of information as"
/ and Alvin Underhill had given photographs, and is based State Extension services
him mainly on federal or state trade associations, public;
1. "Then he told me that they research. It is on sale for$s,70 .t;' 'I utility companies, consumer
had skint the cow in back of O. from the Superintendent 01 1 magazines, and consumer!
J. Underhill's house. Documents, U,S. Government ? --' columns in newspapers. \
.:rAnd t NE "We had found out that Printing Office, Washington, A'Qf" r-" The Yearbooks of!
Huey and Alvin were living in D. C, 20402. Each member of I Agriculture are written in
= YEAR Alachua County. Congress has a limited popular style, and devoted to
"I take thai
U "We gave Gainesville the number of copies for free 'to mean Alieegot an entirely new subject each "I
rJ7iIIr Information and description of distribution to constituents. ; her rulxe. vear.
the vehicle and asked them to
l'One
have one of their units check
T and see if they could( locate the
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car and subjects. Important Notice
Then we went to O. J.
U Underhill's house on Morgan
Road, checked behind the 'VI
house( and found fresh bloodon To Tax Payers And Property Owners
( the ground Also, some
To All Our Friends and small pieces of meat and bone
Customers Best and a broken hack-saw blade. I Please
Read
Wishes For a Very "We followed the car tracks Carefully
Good Year. that headed north on Morgan
Road. The pavement ended One Or More Of The
Following Forms
Unit! One Constant Temperature! about three miles north. Thisis

All Year Long track where again.we It picked went down up the the Will Be Mailed By Jan. 1st 1974

dirt road by P. D. Reddish's Or As Soon As Forms Become
A Wt.th rtron" Heat Pump provides, both I'FAMOUS' Cl BUHT-IM LOUDON'S farm. "
I Ing and cooling Keep your home. comfort.ble'QUAlITY'EATUlltS BEAUfYSnOp "About 220 yards north of Available To Tax Assessor i
of the This
day apace
every year taving Weathera .
I I_ John Arthur Reddish's, a
Iron Using, unit the will automatic maintain, ,thermostat your desired, it even comfort changes level a Into**1p I .Hi... bridge crosses Water Oak 1. Homestead Exemption Renewal Application:
a wtys Mr. & Mrs.Arthur Creek.
from cooling to heating or heating to cooling
Best Wishes I automatically Brown's a IIkW_IHr.YYI LoldonIIAMMOSD'S top"We of the tracked bridge.the You car up couldsee on According to Sec. 7, Article 4, of the Florida Constitution every person who

the tracks real plain. has been receiving homestead exemption and those expecting receive it for

Kentucky RefrigerationAir the first time, should, without fail, sign the application on or before April 1st

of each year with the Tax Assessor

fried Chicken Conditioning

Homeowners filing application for Homestead Exemption for the first time

CHARLIE AND 226 S. Walnut St. Starke, Fla ZAy I are required to do so in person. They should bring with them to the County

SYBIL BRASWELL n____ TF 0 Assessor's office satisfactory proof of ownership and occupancy of their homeas

444444444444444 K44 444 4 4 R4.. . 4 ito' of January 1, 1973
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** Oasis Lounge ** 2. Mobile Home Owners:

** Cplr3Ei ... ta; All mobile homeowners must have an RP tag before homestead application can

Package ** i): be allowed, one must furnish Serial No and Title No. !if f known


** We Wish All Our ** 0 3. Additional $5000, Homestead Exemption:

TO QUALIFY FOR THIS ADDITIONAL HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION OF S5.OOO
** Friends & Patrons : 0Li FROM ADVALOREM MILLAGE LEVIED BY DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD FOR
CURRENT SCHOOL OPERATING PURPOSES.lt chool Operating f rUrpOS6S.

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MI'- The Applicant Must
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",, :.J.I, :: l BE SIXTY-FIVEI65)( ) YEARS OF AGE OR OLDERAS
OF JANUARY 1 OF THIS YEAR.

** ,: New ** $:' C. HAVE BEEN A PERMANENT RESIDENT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
U FOR THE FIVE 15 CONSECUTIVE YEARS PRIOR TO JANUARY 1
OF THIS YEAR.D. .
C MAKE APPLICATION IN PERSON IN THE TAX ASSESSOR'S OFFICE.
: Year *

**. I"" ,,f' *** t K 4. Agricultural Zoning ApplicationIn

accordance with Chapter m.201 of the Florida Statutes an applications
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** for Agricultural assessment must bj filed on all lands being used for a bona

fide farming operation to be eligible for the agriculture assessment.
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*. 19174 ** 5. Personal Property Tax Returns:

A9 WE MOVE INTO A NEW
4- It YEAR WE SAY "THAVKS" INCLUDE:

** i ** I. FOR LETTING US SERVE Stocks of Merchandise

YOU AND THIS GREAT Equipment and Furnishings,
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COMMUNITY. Machinery, Livestock
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** --- .... Tractors, Farm Equipment,

*** **.. And Best Wishes! PET STARKE CENTER 6. Intangible. Tax Returns Will Be Mailed From

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** .__ : *. Harry & Kathleen

I'. : DISCOUNT Collier, Owners Again, we solicit and encourage your continued cooperation in handling all of

*. *.. Mildred Hammond 212 E. CallStarke these tax matters. If we can be of any assistance, please feel welcome to call onus

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** *. 1 Ml.N.of City Limits Sincerely,

** "Frot1Stalling's Corner Inc. : IIwy Stet 301"e N. 964-7929 GENE LONG

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Farmers Can Save V'uel tly uare I

I f CPg(0Cp 8 )n3GMOWI\ r II v Child Care Regulations liil
Farmers can do a number of Tune all engines for peak act like a choke on gasoline
things to use fuel more ef efficiency. Adjust the car engines and cut power on a
To Be Presented '11 ficiently during this time of buretor. Replace spark plugs, diesel.
limited farm tractor fuel
points, and condensers. Clean
Attending the Nutcracker Spending the Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Jerone Johns supply. diesel fuel injectors.: Have Watch the tractor exhaust
Ballet presentation in holidays with Mr. and Mrs. and stack for excessive black
son, Phillip, are spending your diesel service man adjust -
Jacksonville Saturday were Mack L. Williams are Mr. and the holidays at the Charley Bradford County Com Inspection of the child care Richard Cromwell, Ex. the fuel injection smoke. This is a sign the
Mrs. George Winkler and Mrs. Richard Williams and Johns cottage in Cashiers, N. mission will hear recommendations centers will be the responsibility tension agricultural engineer for: most efficient power pump and engine is using excessive fuel.
daughters Mrs. R. S. Mullins daughter of Tallahassee, Mr. C They were joined later in for regulation/ of of the county health says that all fuel storage tanks performance. Check Minimize the number of trips
and daughter, Patty, Mrs. and Mrs. John Williams and the week by Mr. and Mrs. child care centers from the department under the plan. should be painted with timing. engine across the field. Use
John M. Miller and daughter, son of Gainesville Mr. and Warren Winkler and family. local Health Advisory Committee reflective aluminum, and minimum tillage or
Mary Anne, and Janice Mrs. Bob Williams and at its January 7 Many other additional itemsare tanks should be placed in the Clean or replace air filter. It machinery '"ganging"
Jockel, Cathy and Nancy daughter of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harperwere meeting. listed in the 10 page shade if possible. Undergrown" takes 8,000 to 10,000 gallons of techniques to reduce trips
Grider, Marlene Dawson and Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Williams Saturday night guests of "ordinance and regulations"to storage also cuts evaporation air to burn one gallon of across the field Cromwell
Cherry Wall. and daughter of Savannah, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lawsonof Committee Chairman J. T. be presented to the county during warm weather. gasoline. Plugged air filters says.
Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jacksonvlle, and attended a Kirkland, Jr., of Starke, will commission.
Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Mullins Williams and daughter are graduation for Mr. present the suggestions for the Allow soil to dry before
and family spent Christmasday also visiting her parents, Mr. Lawson who party graduated Dec operation of day care centers County Health Nurse Arlin plowing. Plowing wet soil
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warney Atkinson. 19 from Jacksonville to the commission.The McKnight delivered the consumes more fuel.
and Mrs. L. T. lilar'; and Mrs. University.Miss suggestions from Dr.
G. W. Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ken- committee reviewed Gillespy, to the committee.She Plan for adequate fuel
nedy and Paul Kennedy o! Marian Dow ling spent regulations Thursday night will now return the r.a ,; storage on the farm Adequateis
Phil Elder of Phoenix City, Brooksville, and Mr. and Mrs. Christmas day with her drafted by Dr. Robert committees revisions to one-twelfth of your annual
Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. John Michael Colson of Brooker, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Gillespy, Jr., of the county Gillespy for his review. supply. Use clean filters on
Lott of Flint, Mich. are spent Christmas day with and Mrs. John Hartley and health department and a transfer tanks to prevent dirty
spending the holidays with Mrs. Pearle Colson. children in Jacksonville. compilation of rules presented A meeting of Kirkland, fuel from entering the engine
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett O. by Jan E. McGee, health McGee and Gillespy was L iti.lut urv causing repairs and needless
Elder. planning coordinator of tentatively set for January 2
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Mr. and Mrs. Godwin down time.
Warren of Tampa spent the and daughter Henry Barbara and Gainesville. so that final revisions to the ri .rHiL a unn irn.r..
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. weekend with his parents Mr. Mrs. Lola Johnson regulations could be made Do not let tractors or trucks
Hildebran and son, Eddie, and and Mrs. J. D. Warren. Christmas day with Mr.spent and McGee reported that state before presentation.The Doing a booming( business since it opened Dec. 11 I, the new idle for long periods when m(
legislation for
daughter, Mrs. Linda Collins day care will be llardee's on US-301 south In in
Mrs. Edward Johnson in Starke was constructed! ut a cost: >! use.
introduced in the legislature health planning com of
of Maitland are spending Dr. and Mrs. Herbert SHS.OOO.
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Chapman and daughter, Keystone Heights again this year. "Only four mitted lists 21 members of the
E. Hildebran and counties in the state have community as members.
Gary Melinda of Wauchula,and Bob and
Mr. Mrs. R. O.
Dansby
family. White of Gainesville, were regulations and conditions in Kirkland asked for
visited his brother, J. D. (EV'c.mfLr( L
Saturday night dinner guestsof counties which do not set suggestions from the six
Dansby, in the extended
Mr\ and Mrs. C. N. Christyhad Mr. and Mrs. Olin White, standards are, in many cases people present to get the other
unit of:Memorial "
nursing care
deplorable, she said. members to attendSERVICE. President Nixon recently:
as Christmas Eve dinner and attended the Tangerine in Tallahassee lQ
Hospital
guests Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bowl game in Gainesville. on stated: "As soon as the L
Sunday The
Harrington and daughters of purpose of the emergency energy legislation
Ormond Beach, Mr and !Mrs. Ella Moody spent regulations to require a passes Congress, I shall order
Mrs. Bill Harrington and Christmas day with her son- ; ::;;::;:;::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::;;:.:;:;:;:;:;:;::: ;;::\ the license is to protect the child, MENArmy the curtailment of ornamental Ft
of in-law and daughter Mr. and i committee agreed. outdoor lighting for homes
daughter Keystone Heights,
Pine Level and the elimination
Mrs. Charles Fink and }.. I of all
Douglas Seymour of Tampa, family, : Some of the suggested commercial

Janice Hal Seymour Shepard of of Gainesville Gainesville,, in Green Cove Springs. Youth EnjovHoliday # mittee regulations said which the com- Private James L. that which" identifies lighting places except of

Peacock and county com- Sewell,20, son of Mr. and Mrs. business.
and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. 1\1rs.Marybeth i Events I missioners should considerare
The
Seymour of Starke. Rick and Debbie Peacock of : Hubert Berry, 1122 Pine St., Energy Policy Office '
Jacksonville, spent Christmas t Starke, received a parachutist indicates that there is no
Mr\ and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell with Mrs. Errol Alvarez and Eighteen teenagers from -Setting the purpose as..to badge upon completion of the written definition of what
spent Friday with Mrs family. the Pine Level Baptist provide minimum standards three week Airborne Course at comprises ornamental
Thelma Dean in Fairfield.Mr. Church under the direction: of for those places caring for the U. S. Army Infantry lighting but in their view, any
Gregory Gay, son of Mr. and Gary Wheeler, Youth Pastor, children, for compensation; to School, Ft. Benning, Ga. yard light that supplies JoSd !
and Mrs. W. R. Mathis Mrs. J. O. Gay. pledged visited the elderly and shut. provide for the licensing of During the first week of illumination where there is -!
and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kappa Phi Theta fraternity at ins last Thursday evening.. such places and to provide training, he underwent a another existing light source,
Lamonda of Gainesville, Mars Hill College in North Christmas carols were sungas that a violation of this or- rigorous physical training i i.e. street lighting, the yard
Lucian Johns, Carlton and Carolina. they visited Bradford dinance shall constitute a program and received: Instruction light would be considered
Jeannie Faulk and Miss Mary County Hospital, the Starke misdemeanor.That in the theory of ornamental. <
Addington of Jacksonville, Miss Anne Anderson of Nursing Home, and some of parachuting.The second week Decorative lights are not
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Lamondaof Columbia, S. C. will arrive the elderly of the community.The any person operating tested his ability through defined* by form of energy
St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. today to spend the holidayswith a child care center upon the jumps from the 34-foot and used. t
teens all agreed "It is effective: date of the ordinance 250 foot
Maxie Carter,Jr., and family, her grandparents! towers.
worth it all to the of
and Debbie Thomas were and Mrs. James M. Barron, see spirit shall be issued a temporary
Christmas Eve dinner guestsof and her father, Lyle An- Christmas" bring joy to their license not to exceed six -I
lives. The last at the /
stop was months. A recommended I
Mr and Mrs. Maxie Carter, derson. 25 Ill/ -
Sr Youth Pastor's home where square feet of useable floor bU17tj" !t \
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur games and hot chocolate were space for each child. / y
Mrs J. M. Vickers of Holliday and daughter of Lake enjoyed. I' t 11 i '" 11 {
Brunswick Ga., and grandson. City and Hope Holliday of Watch Night Adequate and sanitary toilet r /
Max Shaffer of Atlanta, Jacksonville are spending the and lavatory facilities should lJGR/
and Janice Vickers of Los Christmas holidays with their The annual Watch Night be provided. One toilet and 6' Ii
Angeles Calif spent Friday parents, Mr and Mrs. A. N. service will be held at Pine lavatory for every 30 children.
with Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Holliday. Level Baptist Church Monday -
Adams. Dec. 31, starting at 7:30: -Outdoor play areas should ( I
Mr. and !Mrs. Bobby Welch p.m. be safely enclosed with a May The New
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and family of Savannah, Ga., minimum of 60 square feet for
and Mrs Emmett O. Elder and Miss Ann Haynes of North A feature length film, each child. ore Year Be The
were Phil Elder of Phoenix Florida Junior College in "Pilgrim's Progress" will be .s
City, Ala? 'Mr. and Mrs Madison are spending the shown and there will be -Children should not be 'Best Year' For 0
Kenneth Elder and sons of holidays with their parents, special music and speakers allowed on days when they Our
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr. during the evening.The show symptoms of a com- Many Friends
Don Elder and Mr and Mrs. municable disease or have & Customers.
William L Durban and familyof public is invited to join temperature over 99
degrees.
Gainesville Dr. and Mrs J. K. Hester the congregation of Pine Levelin
Mr. and Mrs.
and children of Jacksonville
bringing in the New Year.
Dewayne Elder and family of Beach are spending the -Two adult attendants shouldbe .
Boomer, N. C.,Todd and Dana holidays with her parents, Mr. There will be no Wednesday on duty in each building at J.Y
Elder of
Ft. Lauderdale Mr and Mrs. L. V. Hardin. evening service on January 2. all times. One adult for each
and Mrs. John Lott of Flint 15 children is listed as a It'. Bright With
Mich., Mr and Butchf'lder ,
Mrs
requirement in the recommendations Promise, Full Of Hope. r
and family of "
'A :,' -
Hinesville, Ga., and Mr and We Wish YouHappiness.
Mrs.Dewight Elder and son of olded- .
Starke. IW I BONNIE'SHAIRSTYLES I

Mr. and Mrs. Bud Rosier
and of Lake EDWARD'S GROCERY
daughter City MAY, THE NEW
Mr and !Mrs. Richard Miller YEAR BRINGPROSPERITY & MARKET ttOODBURVSGE.MJEWKLRY:
and children, and Mrs. Jimmy AND Bonnie Landry
Carter and
daughter of
HAPPINESS TO ALL
Daytona Beach were Sunday is s Gladys Edwards Loretta Ross i iIIwy.
guests of their parents, Mr. -AJi' "MUSTANG MOBILE 109 E. Call St.

and Mrs. S. M. Miller. \\\)1 I\\' HOMES,ESC. U.S Starke 301 S. Starke Starke. 301 S, I

Mr. and Mrs. Jan Doughlasof 96-1.5211
Tallahassee, Miss Marilyn 1650 N.Temple Ave.
Bollmger of Asheville, N. C. Mri Starke, Fla. 964-5312 96.18200MUfDfl9MOBKEHOMjINC.
and J.O. Winters, Jr. of I
Montogomery Ala. visited z -u 964-7212
Dr. and Mrs H. G. Bollinger

during the holidays. SflS2oQ5tSS3ffiG53Cjb82SSioS'85z 1 ( <
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:Mr and Mrs Richard
Jockel and family attendedthe
play, "Arsenic and Old
Lace," at the Alhambra in
Jacksonville last Thursday
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LET'S STOP TO BE Happy New Year!
THANKFUL FOR OUR Used Houses
BLESSINGS THEN
GO ON TO THE BETTER Station Cooper'sNursery
DAYS AHEAD.

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I Senator's -.... --- .:
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Return of Heirloom Gun Cheers HolidaySometimes -
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"the little believed that straight teeth were the
Medieval Frenchmen
a most appreciated now defunct firm of Parker despaired of ever seeing it Christmas party then in although he appreciated it as much or mind.JULIAN.
Christmas gift Bros of Meriden, Conn., once again, although the sheriff'soffice session. his than any gift I ever sign of an orderly
might not be something shiny belonged to Sen. Johns'Cather continued to investigatethe "We have a little gift for He hopes lost ," Senator Johns
and new, but rather Everett Johns, an theft. ," the Sheriff said. no in expressing his ap
something mellow and old,but early sheriff of Bradford Then last Friday Sen.Johns you'Something I know you'll when courthouse it for the good work
with a lot of memories attached County.On received a call from Sheriff appreciate." out the by Sheriff Reddish and E. MCRAE
that give it added the death of the elder Dolph Reddish inviting him to Sen. Johns said he was pass barrel."I department.
value. Johns, the shotgun passed to drop in on a courthouse suspected right then what Parker
Senator Charley E. Johns Sen.Markley Johns,the oldestson. for just how the gun was
was lie( beneficiary of such a Following the untimely worse for down and xtr '
"gift"just a few days before death of Markely Johns FSP Unit DonatesContrary small cut in .... Sheriff isn't
Christmas-a gift that made Charley Johns fell heir to the Jaycee the person After all, everyone is
his holiday much<<: brighter gun and has had it in his obviously to at least one trade
than it otherwise would have possession ever since, until to general belief, companied by) J. D. Seymour saw off the the Sheriff declares.
been. the theft last summer. some inmates of penal in- Institutional Coordinator andc.
Last July 18 the Crystal "It's the best quail gun I stitutions do have concern for D. Erwin, Sponsor :'''''''',',' .
Lake home of Sen.Johns' son, ever had," the Senator said. their fellow man. presented a check for $350 to
Jerome,was broken into and a Antique dealers have placeda This is illustrated by the Ed. MacClellan, director of
number of firearms stolen. value of around $600 on the unique chapter of the O-Unit Rodeheaver Boys Ranch. .
Included in the half dozen gun, but aside from the Jaycees. Connected with the i
guns and rifles taken from the monetary value,there was the National Jaycees This money was earned by 1.
home was an antique double- great sentimental value at- Organization the O-Unit the O-Unit Jaycees picking up
barrell shotgun with an tached to it by Sen.Johns who Jaycees, and all inmates of pecans, for which they were :
estimated age of at least 85 the Florida State Prison. paid ten cents a pound.
vears. The gun, made by the Last Thursday inmatesGary Helpingpeople
Skelton, Donald Pierce
and Harry Devlin ac- Director MacClellan of the ,.. \ .'
%solvcd- Boys Ranch, said the money ,
came at a very opportune rr is
time, this being the Christmas _
I season and would be used to
I purchase gifts for the boys.In .
: his business.
I,
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addition to the gift to
Rodeheaver Boys Ranch the He's just won the National Sales Achievement Award
Prison Chapter sent $144 to 4'r in life insurance, given by the National Associationof
Inc., child
Children a care Life Underwriters.He .
The Chapter also
group.furnished work parties when makes it his business to know what's the best
requested to help in main f'Y Ir" protection for a family or a business in life, health
L tenance work on the ranch. and group insurance.
He's the one to call.
1r

The Chapter earns money to
Life of
support these and other 1g. r4 Georgia
worthwhile projects by
Ak .; photographing inmates and
2b visitors and conducting a Sen. Charley Johns (right)was all smiles while receivingan 1317 BLANDING ST.
weekly car wash at the in- unexpected"Christmas gift"from Sheriff Dolph Keddlsha -
{ A 1- L__. 4 stitution. n antique shotgun that had been stolen six months ago. STARKE, FLORIDA 964-5275

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'' here the Florida Forest Brush piles make excellent through another fire season
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< Service headquarters in hideouts for small game with minimum losses to
Bradford County warns animals, and fence rows offer timber.
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y. everyone to be extremely food and protection for quail Fire prevention Is
cautious with outside burning. and a variety of song birds. everyone's, responsibility -
( Before starting outside Failure to burn assists in the not just that of the Forestry
fires there are several protection of diminishing Service.
precautionary steps that wildlife and also helps the

everyone should follow.

t, i ,fi KN1' \ I Service First of should all, be the notified Forest News Needed Early

before fires are started since Because New Year Day 1974
.; it is unlawful to start burning falls on Tuesday next week,
without first obtaining a again giving The Telegraph a
: r y permit. holiday in the midst of its
.t ii Second secure the proper weekly preparation, news of
1 tools to combat t the fire in caseit all is needed early again
... types
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t week.
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T ....,, shovels and water hoses All columns and local news
should be nearby at all times. are needed in the Telegraph
-. < Neighbors should be notified, office as early Monday
7"0,, /
w--- because a useless phone call morning as possible enablingthe
., by a well-meaning neighbor paper's staff to set all type
M..onw. might tie up fire fighting Monday and have a holiday
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equipment that is badly
Tuesday.All .
d'fi:. ,,- 1... ,,! .J-{;, Mki.( needed in another section of classified advertising
'} i"fr"'l _" .: .:' : ;.' ""'i'JI"f '(/Ii.I the county. should be in our hands by
Finally, after taking every Monday noon.Display .
variety store, a large Winn-Dixie, Edkerd's and precautionary step*- stop and /
Costing( $625,000 the new Bradford Square shopping centerIs Drugs advertising is
I expected: to open February I and contains a TO and Y Stump's Department Store. think. Do you really need to needed in the Telegraph office \iViili\ hcsr.
brush fence
burn that pile or by Monday at 5 p.m.

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at the southern edge of Plans for the shopping Tenants announced initiallywere --- ___ '
Starke. center and new home for the : Winn-Dixie Grocery -
The shopping center lists Community State Bank were Store, T. G. and Y Variety ..
79,000 square feet of available announced in late January of Store, Stump's Dept. Store, -- --
space. In addition the bank 1973. and Eckerd's Drug Store.
located there will add 7,00T: The shopping center will be -
square feet and a quick food owned by Haskell Realty Zoning changes were also
stand adds another 2,000 Developers, a division of asked for a luxurious mobile
according to the city clerk's Preston H. Haskell Co. of home park in January. After
records. Jacksonville.Guaranty much discussion approval was
given for the park planned by
C. A. M.\ Development Corporation -
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re-zoning 64 acres at
the southeast corner of the
intersection of US-301 and SR-
18, south of Starke.

C.A.M. wants to use 45 of the
64 acres for 281 mobile home iiiI
spaces. This is seven per acre
or two less than maximum set p p'b ,
by the county zoning r .

regulations. a .

Unanimous approval was
given on March 6, over the +f4 1 fi lk + ry *rene y.
objection of .many Hampton ...tei'c .r.Yrlt wwk+
protestors who feared odors
and overflow from the sewage Phase III of the new Bradford High School, now virtually Construction Co. of Keystone Heights,
treatment plant to be built at completed, has been constructed for ilf2,6nU:! l>y Triest
the park.

Robert V. Turner,
representative of the Cranberry Waffles A Holiday Treat
developers, said that the self- Brooker Newsby
contained I IJOYLKF.CONNKKInsurance: : :
wastewater would sewage be almost plant ATLANTA, Ga. Lookingfor longer appers from it. This Jeannette Prescott Agency222N.'I'empleAve
100 percent pure and would be some way to brighten recipe will make 12 waffles.
those traditional family Serve them hot with '
discharged into a recharge traditional The Primary Training Betty Hayes, with her Aunt Ave.,
gatherings during the holiday maple sugar
pond where it would be absorbed ,.
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season? Why not try this syrup, or try them with cider Union and Sunday School Mattie of Dade City and ;
1 or evaporated. delightfully different sauce. To make it, mix 1 cup Class of the Brooker Baptist daughter. Melissa, were .' **. j t
Detailed plans for the suggestion for one of those big brown sugar, 1 cup elder 1 Church held their Christmas visiting her mother in 4-7369 I IPK.IIE
sewage plant must be done bya family breakfasts.Sift tablespoon butter, 1-2 Party Tuesday night Dec. 18. Carraway and other relativesin
certified Florida consulting together 1 and 3-4 cups teaspoon ground cinnamon, Everyone had lots of fun. Bonifay last week. I
I engineer and approved by the flour, 1-4 cup sugar 2 and 1-2 and a dash of ground nutmeg. I
Air and Water Pollution teaspoons baking powder, and Bring to a boil, then cook for We extend our sympathy to Gary !Melvin is home for the
__ Commission before a permitfor 1-2 teaspoon salt. Then 30 minutes. Makes 1 cup. the O. J. Mott family on the holidays from South Florida i.
installation could be combine 2 beaten egg yolks, 1 Your fresh cranberry recent loss of their loved one. Junior College in Avon Park,
We wish you not only a Happy issued. and 1-4 cups milk, and 2 waffles along with cider
tablespoons cooking oil. Add sauce, will prove to be big We welcome new residentsof
New Year- but endless days and Construction completed last this to the dry ingredients and holiday crowd pleasers, rightin Brooker, Mr. and Mrs.
year in the school system mix well. the spirit of the season. TheU. Leroy Mullis and three
nights of health and dI included the Bradford Middle Next stir in 1 cup chopped, S. Department of children, and hope they like
I School gymnasium and fresh, cranberries, and then Agriculture's Marketing our community as well as we
happiness *. Bradford High School Phase fold in 2 stiffly beaten egg Service reminds holiday menu do. I N Ni
: II. whites. Fire up your waffle planners that cranberries are i
iron, and cook until steam no m abundant supply. Also we welcome our III IIII IIIr
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.InGiintivlllt BMS gym costs amounted to children back, Mr. and Mrs.
over$430,000 and includes alsoa Irving Hodge, and daughters.We i III I'I'
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Special Education suite and ;

... 220 N."Main' It Phno, 311-14 music and industrial arts congratulate Mr. and
;, areas, occupied in Novemberof Mrs. Leonard Booth on the
3501 W.Unnr' ''I",An.Pkont 373-148 '
72. birth of David
a son, Leonard,
( litttirkl: BHS Phase II housing the .t Jt on Dec. 18 in Alachua General r;
399 W. Miditon SI.Plioni 964.5000 library and administrativeoffices ? Hospital.Jacksonville. ,
I II Kt"onoHtothtll, amounted to $212,000
1..I Corns el'Lawrtnei and Sylvin I War and was occupied in Octoberof t.j I
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15-18, according to
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ment, with no one sufferingany
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I Charley 1967 Ford sedan, driven -
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E.John.. collided with the left front of a I'Ho."ERIT l.. 01 H
1969 Chevrolet sedan, drivenby / IrlsII-JrTll. S11.EREIPPRE.IITIi7 :
: Grace Green Page, Starke, .
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merchant means a fully were made. 2929 N W 13TH GAINESVILLE
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stocked store and extra risks.

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the runs and Hot cold. It all the Funeral Home
passes. or gives you options. Everything from a bonding and liability for Grocery
1 "Chicken Dinner Box" to 'Complete Family Dinners" for the whole team. Sot
switch to the Wishbone formation. It's perfect! n customer Injuries j | STARKE PHONE 964-62OO 24-Hour Wrecker
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I November Property Sales Total $422,100



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sactions November in reached property a high tran-of Dorothy Harry D.Sheffield Sheffield, gran-and grantor,grantee, to Freeman, one lot and RegisterIII a half Correll land lying, grantees in Bradford, a parcel County of N. E. McDonald and Maude tees, one parcel ofland lying Myrtle L. O'Quinn, grantors, Patricia Tuggle, grantees, one

$422,100 Bradford County, tors, to James D. Ricks and in Livingston, Truby and for $9,500. McDonald, grantors, to in Lake Geneva for $11,000. to Gilbert Q Crosley and lot of South Gate Replat for
almost$78,562 more than 1972 Shirley Ricks Tommy A. Thomas and Gail Louie Belle Crosley,
November sales grantees a Company Addition to Starke Longchamp Homes, Inc., B. grantees, $20,700.
of $343,538. parcel of land lying in for $5,000. Thomas, grantees, 10 acres Stanley S. Noegel, grantor, a parcel of land west of US301for
Past monthly totals are: Bradford grantor, to Clyde A. Lasher lying in Bradford County for to Allan K. Archery and Judy 19000.
County west of SR- Malcolm Emerson Franklin Delano Thomas
and and Ruth II. Lasher
January $187,243, grantees, $20.000.E. It.
February 200 for Archery, grantees, 60 acres
$11,000. Viola Emerson, grantors, to one lot of Parkwood for and Gladys B. Thomas,
$418,800, April Eva
W63.500 in Todd
lying Bradford Gunter
May County for Hum-
Harry L.
McDowell Carl Correll to Thomas
and Laura L. grantors, E.
Junp $25,000. W. (
$921,000 $406,200 Hodges and
July Jr., and $15,000. phreys Brantly Lewis Nessmith and Diana R.
.. W /% \| I, '1"WJM'J. w;*rrT*us-r tt Yvonne Hodges, grantors, to Humphries, grantors, to Nessmith,
Septemberu$859,90067 grantees, 6.79
r I and 7 Gene D. Adams, Robert L. Virgil F Heiken acres
fI grantee, two Tyler and Delma and Janie R. lying in Bradford for
County
October with 5170110. September y { lots lying north of Santa Fe Tyler, grantors, to Charles E. Heiken, grantees, one square 12500.
i land sales were high River containing 40 acres for Cook and Clara B. Cook, acre lying in Bradford County
due to several transactions ofa $31,500.J. grantees, 3.5 acres lying in for 1500.
large parcel of land. Bradford County for 3900. Hazel/ Ethel Thomas,
Largest transaction in D. Erwin, Barbara Erwin Elmer L. Johns and Edna N. grantor, to Hal W. Lively, Jr.,
I Novemberwasthe$43,800sale R. C. Polhamus and Judy John L.Torode and Sarah P. Johns, grantors, to John grantee, six lots in Hampton
of a parcel of land lying in the Polhamus, grantors, to James Torode, grantors, to Russell Sanders and Lee Sanders, for $10,000
town of Lawtey south of SR- R. Hillman and Barbara T Smith and Mary Frances grantees, a parcel of land Claude J. B. Llewellyn and

225. The land was sold by Hillman, grantees one lot of Smith, grantees, 2.78 acres lying in Starke for $7,500. Alma E. Llewellyn, grantors,
George C. Miller, Jr? Rita A. South Gate Replat for $21,000. lying west of US-301 for Myrna D. Dockery and EarlL. to Maria Malrnsjo and Marta

Miller, John W. Miller, Joyce $20.000.( Dockery, grantors, to Jerry McMurtie, grantees, one lot of
i Miller, James D. Miller, and Dan Hankerson grantor, to Thompson and Donna O. Pinehaven Subdivision for
%, Betty R. Miller, grantors, to New Bethel Baptist Church, T. W. Tatum and L. A. Thompson> grantees one lot $12,800
i Edward Sparta and Phyllis grantee, one lot of Livingston, Tatum, grantors, to MichaelL. of Saratoga Heights for Ernest Edwards, Harry G.
Trout Sparta, grantees. Truby and Company's Sub- Olgesby and Teresa J. $17,000. Edwards and Marie Baker,
Prices on transactions are division for $2,500 Olgesbv. grantees one lot in grantors, to Ernest Edwardsand
figured from documentary -- Ill i i'V Clara K. Hancock, grantor, Woodlawn Subdivision for Sophie L. Wolf, grantor, to Lucille Edwards, gran-
stamps affixed to deeds filed to Robert T. Lamer, grantee, 6000. Kenneth G. Lyons and Billie tees, a parcel of land lying in
i in the county clerk's office. n two lots on Santa Fe" Shoresfor Lyons, grantees, two lots of Bradford County for $2,300.
Listed are sales of $1,000 $6.500. II C. Broadway, grantor, to Santa Fe Shores for 5000. .
and over: Branding Iron, Inc., grantee, ;;:;; \.0\111.) l11Jl!
Leon Bright and Bessie !Mae a parcel of land east of US-301 Evelyn M. Vaughn, grantor, ;tIll PIOM on c, _:;-"

Bright, to Geneva Shores Ltd., for $25,000. to Arthur Bruno and Barbara .
grantors .
James ;
Expected: to open In January is the new Pizza Hut on US-ill: north in Slarke, the third fast grantors, to John B. Kooglerand Bruno, grantees, 7.34 acres II'' j1\\
Swinson, grantee, a small food IM'T
,: parcel of land lying In chain store to open here recently.: Carol C. KooKler( gran- Julian F. O'Quinn and lying east of SR-100 for c'S)S I f\\! '

1 Bradford County for $4,000 $12,500. 11 t'
J. D. Erwin It. J
Willie Ghent, Cora Ghent, C )
1! Johnnie Ghent, Lottie Mae Polhamus, Barbara Erwin,
I Ghent, Nelson Ghent, Clara B LA WTEY and Judy Polhamus, grantors, "About the only |IIIMIIMM|

) Ghent, Ellie Mae Umbles and to Larry W Tuggle and that makes money without

: Howard Umbles, grantors, toi promotion; i 1M tie mint:'
Elizabeth
i I Aldrey W. Rummel and Helen by Terry

j L. Rummel, grantees, two

i i parcels of land north of SR-233 OHUHCII SCHEDULES and family will be and her Mrs.\ Hubert
spending McClellan parents, were shopping in David o
I I.i in Bradford Co for Kelley of Florida 0
$20,600. the Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sweat, of Jacksonville on Wednesday.
t C. II Rhoden and Southern College in Lakelandis c
I Ollie
!Mae Church of God Sunday his mother, Mrs. Mae Wells. Haiford Mr and Mrs. John C. Tye,
1 Rhoden visiting his Mr. and
,
grantors, to John School, 10 a.m. Worship Randall Reddish of Raifordis Mrs. Truman Norman was Jr. and daughter of South !Mrs. parents 0o
Allen Shadd Jr. George Kelley, for the
Laura Jean services.. 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. spending the week with his the weekend guest of her son Daytona are visiting his
I Shadd Frank holidays. Friends of Mrs.\
I W. Cooper and Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, grandparents, Mr, and Mrs.L. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. George I4
Barbara Ann Kelley are happy to
Cooper, grantees 730.: M. McClellan.Mr. Mrs. Reggie Norman, of Tje: Sr. her M
see home after
II{1'l j < 15 acres in Bradford Ichetucknee Springs.Mr. Mr. and Mis. H. L. Barfield spendingsome t
for time recuperating at the
( Count $20,000. and Mrs.\ Gene their Harold[ ,
Faith Baptist Church Taylor are visiting son, home of her parents, Mr. and 0
Radio Program and Mrs. Carl Eubanksand and daughters were weekend who is a patient in Cobb Mrs. S. A. 1K
over WPXE, Shackelford,
: 'I I Starke, 8 a.m. Sundays. Bible baby of Orlando, Mr. and guests of their brotherinlawand General Hospital at Austell, Jacksonville. in
School 10 a.m. Worship Services Mrs. Thad Surrency and sister Mr. and Mrs. Ga.

; 301DRIVEIN 11 a.m. and 7:30: family of Baldwin, Mr. and Dennis Taylor and family of Mrs Darlene Norman and
School on Bible Doctrine pm, Mrs. Paul Jones and family of St. Petersburg. sons, Mrs. Elsie Norman, Mr. BIKTIIDAY PARTY w.
Tuesday 8 at the Raiford. and Mr. and Mrs, Kevin Privett of Dinsmoreis and Mrs. Carl Norman and ort
I home. Prayer p.m. Pastor's Jerry Brown of Hampton are spending Christmas with his sons Mr. and Mrs.\ Gene The home of Mr. and Mrs. [

Wednesday, 7:30 meeting,m. Bible each spending the Christmas father, George Privett, and Taylor and girls; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon (Dick) Starling was
I I Study p holidays with their parents, grandmother; Mrs. Melson Marcus Griffis and girls, !Mrs. the setting for a surprise
{ SHOW BEGINS AT Mr. and !Mrs Vernon Mobley Privett. Peach Griffis, and Mr. and birthday party honoring Miss\
.: SUNDOWN Grace United Methodist\ Mrs Ronny McClellan and Airs\ Robert Norman and Mrs James Padgett of Brenda Holmes on her 17th. Q

..,, Church Sunday School 9:45: sons of Vadaha Ga. are family visited her brother-in- Jacksonville gathered at the birthday anniversary.
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it SUN MON. TUES. a.m. \Worship Services 11 a.m. spending the holidays with his law and sister-in-law Mr. and home of Mr. and Mrs. ]Harry Among those helping her to : \,

and 7 pm. MYF Wednesday, 7 parents, Mr.\ and !Mrs. Less Mrs. Reggie Norman, of Wilkerson on Monday\ night enjoy this occasion were her GOOD TIAIE TO ...

FRI. & SAT. p.m followed by choir Ichetucknee Springs; on for a Christmas Party. After brother, Craig Holmes, SAY "IHAKKSfO May All Friends Share
practice at 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs Don Monday. Mrs. Truman refreshments were served, Joseph and Nora Starling, YOU" FOR
Boyette Ann and Jerre Starling Scott 1:RYTH1NC, The Holiday-All Dreams
WALT DISNEY and children of Lakeland Norman returned home with they shared gifts.
produotious'NAPOLEON them. Mr. and Mrs. G. W Anders and Robyn Tinsler, 'Junior Come True Through The
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United Methodist spent Friday night
Mrs. George Shuford visited took her mother, !Mrs. L. S. Austin, Charles Daughen of Year.
Women held their Christmas brother and sister-in-law, Mr.\
her uncle and aunt Mr. and Tanner, to Jacksonville to Highland, and Andy Harvey of
Party Tut.'SdayIorning! at the and Mrs. O. J. Boyette and Perry.
!Mrs Ovid Denmark, and Mrs. attend to some business on
home of
Mrs George Roberts, family.
Games were played and ,
Evelyn: Rivers in Jacksonville Tuesday.
Sr in Starke. There
were 17 ,
refreshments were served to
Friday.Mrs AIr and Mrs. Emory Euniceof

present.Highland Baptist Church Mr. and !Mrs. Ray Dorman \ Lois Carter spent from Jasper. Tenn. is spendingthe the guests, DURIIANCEIMJMP'.".;
Tuesday until Thursday with Christmas. holidays with HERCULES <&. SUPPLY CO.
of Orlando
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. was visiting his
BENNETTItEUNIONItelatives: : :;
Worship Services 11 am sister, Mrs. Ethel Reddish, on her son and daughter-in-law; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. INCORPORATED
Mr. and !Mrs Lane Carter, in Harold Eunice: and other
and Choir Practice 6:30: p.m. Thursday Gainesville They broughtMrs. relatives and friends and decendants of SfJ4 N. Templeve..
Evening: Service 7:30: pm.Pra'er Richard D. and Hattie Lane Starke Fla.
Carter home on Thursday Heggie Norman of ,
SAMANTHAasM : Meeting, Wednesdayat Jeff McClellan, son of Mr afternoon. Ichetucknee Springs was a Bennett will have their family

7:30.: and !Mrs Robt. !McClellan, Donna and Art Green of Friday dinner guest of his reunion on Tuesday Jan 1, at
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parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M.\ Christmas Holidays with their Truman Norman and brother
Worship Services, 11 a.m. and a.m. All relatives and
PLUSThe McClellan. grandmother, Mrs. Martha and sister-in-law, Mr. and
'T:30: : pm. Prayer !Meeting decendants of Mr. and Mrs
Dorko and Mrs.\ !Maeells.. Mrs Robert Norman and
!Monday, 730: p.m. Bennett are invited to attend.
motion picturethe !Mr.and !Mrs. Floyd Hicks of Mrs Minnie Phillips and family.

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cousins, !Mr. and Mrs O. L. brother-in-law! and Mrs.
Johnson. in Jacksonville.Mrs Glenn Shuford and family and
Darlene Norman and their mother, !Mrs Hester
MRRVPOPPINS sons and Mrs. Carl Norman Hicks.

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Mrs. Joyce Futch of home of her sister and

Blackshear, Ga. was a dinner brother-in-law! and Mrs.\
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Elizabeth Terry, on Wednesday family get-together. Also
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Good-for Wl'tatAils Us i itl Lawtey. Let's Do >More In '74I



For the first time in recent history the society, which finds workers commutinglong '
American distances to their jobs, could be came to Lawtey with my down your street? Watch for together to find solutions to
people are entering a new
those that drink beer on the our problems. (Maybe even
forced to parents in 1947. Nothing much
year in an aura of uncertainty with the disrupted as employees are has streets, and listen to the correct some of the things I've
since then. I
possibility of being deprived of at least move closer to their work because of a happened as mentioned plus many more.)
a mean this in a way of major language they use you go
few of the comforts they have become lack of fuel. Rising unemployment has ?iLT improvements. Then on the by. Stand behind our Council,

put hard-working, highly educated 3a .I .. remember ( THEY )
accustomed to in our up to now affluent many ; other hand not much has been Now to sum it up. Let's sit us.
society.But persons out of jobs because of cutbacksin done to keep our town neat back and watch it happen. represent Please sign the agreementto

production. And the situation will get and clean like some of the After all Ih'shat we're used (> get city water.Let's .

once again, the people at least a worse before it gets better. ... other towns in the county. to. NO! Let's go to the Council make a start NOW!

J I served on the City Councilfor meetings, say what we think,
majority are demonstrating their Respectfully,
People who run out of fuel oil or for one term. Nothing hap- express our opinions, sit down
ability to cope with crisis. With the gas Th fF with the Council and work Wayne K. Massey
then before after.
pened or
heating might have to experience the
advent of the crisis of
energy most us Although I do recall that
are driving more slowly, turning down inconvenience of opening up their Leslie Phillips and I did at-

the thermostat at home and office, fireplaces, purchasing some firewood, tempt to get a Fire Department

turning to smaller automobiles to and building a fire on cold winter started, but no-go. A try
and mornings. But what can be more again for the city water, for County Agents By
conserve gasoline, trying to
which had been
delightful and cheerful than an a survey :
economize in other open made several before. BobbyTaylor
many ways. wood fire, once you get it started"Some ? 'I KNEW THEY'D COME BACK ,m. STYLE'The No-goa/otain./ Ten years years later a Notebook m

Results are starting; to be apparent. Lake Wales New Fire Department, but no :

Consumption of fuel oil and gasoline has young people have never known water. WHY?

what it means to be deprived of
diminished. The
noticeably highwaysare I'll tell you why a lot of
safer and less nervewracking placeson anything they need or want, no matter things don't happen, and I'm There is some good fiber. I hope those who have to i

which to drive our cars and trucks. have frivolous or expensive. All they just as guilty as anyone else. response and forage growth make decisions about this

Christmas lights and advertising signsare know of economic depression is what HOME NOTES It's about time that the peopleof since our recent rains. Rye, production with analyze all

less Homes and offices they have been told by their parents or Lawtey realize that t ryegrass and some clover courses of action and make
garish. are no (THEY: ), the City Council, are pastures are green and the best choices for the
have read in the history books. Although FROM YOUR EXTENSION HOME | ;
i
overheated in winter and
longer over- not Lawtey. They just growing. This is a welcome solution to our problems. Our
refrigerated in summer. this might be a delightful life style for rt ECONOMICS AGENT m1( represent us. It's time we quit sight for our cattlemen who problems today are more

the youngsters, we sometimes wonder if saying (THKY) didn't get this have had to start their winter involved and diverse than

it is as conducive to strong character- tiiv : or that, or do this or that. You feeding program earlier than ever before.

Some Americans are beginning to building as a little bit of self-sacrifice BY KATHY BROWN are Lawtey, I am Lawtey, and usual. Cattlemen should be on

wonder if this change in life styles mightnot would be. everybody that t lives here is the look-out for Grass Tetany Lawns and ornamentals will
Lawtey I believe that we when they turn their herds get through the winter much
sales all other
.
actually have a beneficial effect on Christmas has and in departments.Be
come better if
should come together as a into these pastures. they are fertilizedand
the national morale. One Brooklyn Now, at last, we are being called uponto /gone for another year, and my careful not to buy things Town, get ourselves in gear watered i properly. Call

psychiatrist has gone so far as to predict abolish those elements of Americanlife hope is that each of you en- you really do afford not need just I, because or can the not and go forward, thinking of Grass Tetany is a metabolic your County Agent's office in

that a prolonged gasoline shortage that are wasteful and selfish. What a joyed the celebration. reduced is so attractive. the future now After all, our disorder that can be very Starke it you have questions

might be good for what ails us. change of direction for Americans, whore Christmas is a time of gift- It will still price pay to shop around children will be living here. costly when cows graze lush, about your lawn care
With the cost of construction green! pasture in cold, rainy or program.FORESTRY.
admittedly the most wasteful individuals giving and receiving, and if and compare prices and
weather. It is characterized -
will foggy
rising every day, our
It should individuals in the world-tossing out in you happened to receive a gift quality before you make a
get some out of children be able to afford what by low blood levels of
decision.
their affluent ghetto existence and give the garbage cans enough food to nourisha that you, let must me remind return or you exchange to- compare purchasing the care, services Also we say we can't afford now? calcium and phosphorus. This

them time to cultivate friendships, family in many underprivileged do NOW. and if when condition can occur in cattle of
it Many stores placea guarantees, any, When I say go forward I all ages, but most often affected -
learn more about their neighbors, and countries. deadline on return and you are comparing prices. mean open our eyes, and takea are middle-aged! 1 cowsin IN BRADFORD COUNTYBY

the real values of living. It could increase exchange of items purchasedas good look at Lawtey. Now, good flesh with calves less

the togetherness of American Although we would not want to see Christmas gifts so it is traditional January will bring the can ;you say, and not be the than 60 days old.
important to complete this white sales also
least
bit
embarrassed
families and persuade them to enjoy anyone actually suffer due to shortagesin after-Christmas task early. It This is the time to purchase from Lawtey." "I'm Crass strikes fast. JOHN

doing things as a family unit again. 1974, we can't help but believe that a will be a time-saver for both sheets, towels, and other Unless the Tetany herd is checked O'MEARA

little retrenchment all down the line you and clerk at the store if linens if you need them. THINGS TO SEE frequently for symptoms, the

Of course, there will be some in- might prove to be a very good thing for you will try to obta in the sales .gain compare quality and UATUIAM' U LISTENFOIIINLAWTEY first indication often is a dead
price before )
:
conveniences along with the new and all of us physically, financially and slip for the gift. you buy. : animal. Checking your herd at

Last week we completed a Watch our streets get worse least twice a day is recommended As
unexpected pleasures. Suburban morally. You will find that many a forester lor the Florida
and the water wash when these
worse, see grazing
stores will be having alter- Re-upholstery Workshop in Division of Forestry, it is a
Christmas sales on much of Starke. In these days of high them In two, maybe; becauseof pastures.. Stricken animals, if pleasure to see timberlandthat

their merchandise. This is an prices, learning to re- poor planning for drainage. spotted early enough can is being utilized wisely -

Goldwater especially good time to save can upholster save your a own great furniture deal of down Watch the your street garbage after the blow dogs action usually by be your saved veterinarianHere's with fast. where made to periodic harvests are
I Mr. Sounds Off on Christmas cards gift wrap, you have torn it Watch the keep a stand of
For up.
and decorations. These items money. example one timber thinned out as well asgl'lI1
what to look for In
participant in this Workshop dogs run loose all over town : the
landowner substantial
will be reduced to as much as a -
completed the reupholsteryof without collars. No place to early stages of grass tetany. periodic income.
one-half their
original price as recliner chair hang the vaccination tags if an animal loses its appetite,
In a recent interview with The In answer toa question about whetherit stores try to avoid storing investment a of less with than a total$10. they have even had one. becomes excitable and Today valuable. timber is a very

Christian Science Monitor, Senator would be good to go ahead and get these items for the next year. The feeling of pride and ac Watch the grass grow well vicious, grinds it's teeth, and wise management commodity and means its
Remember to buy what
Barry Goldwater made some caustic impeachment proceedings started, Sen. you have room to store only until complishment hen you finishis above head high between the salivates Incoordmation and greater benefits lor the landowner -

remarks about the handling of Goldwater said: "I think it would be next Christmas, and only the worth much more than the highway and the railroad. Seethe collapse follow. Then 6 to 10
young kids on the streets hours after onset of these
Watergate affairs. good. In other words I think the people quantity you can use. money saved also.
in the wee hours of the morning symptoms coma sets in. One Bradford

who are yelling for impeachment should In addition to Christmas HAPPY NEW Watch most of our young Unless treatment is begun landowner who takes County good

These opinions are doubly significant, shut up or put up, one of the two. items, you will probably find YEAR people leave after they have before the coma stage the forestry; very seriously is J. C.

coming as they do from Mr. Goldwater, finished high school. Watch chance of recovery is slight. Prevail. Jr., who owns some

who is the darling of Republican conservatives "Tf they (impeachment proceedings) ( :" ', H. the roads kids walk to school on and the Research has demonstrated Midlands in the Northern
dodging cars
and a man whose opinion taint the President, that too bad.That's .. ; tJi WI,.. !school buses. Try counting the that feeding additional part natural of our stand county.of Slash He has Pine a

President Nixon holds in great respect. his trouble. It's not the trouble of : beer and drink cans in the magnesium to cattle] grazingon that has been thinned i twice

the committee. If, for example, he's : ditches and all over .town lush fast growing foragescan already and will 'be thinned

The critical remarks from Senator given all these financial records to be Watch the cars go; well above ward off most There grass again in the coming months.
problems. are
Goldwater should also the looked at by the tax committee if the speed limit on our streets. tetany
squelch at- they Come to think of it, do several named brands of
you Thinning a stand of
tempt by some administration sup find problems" in there, that's his : .....t ; remember where the "slow cattle minerals that have this produces several benefits pine
to the entire problem. children and the increase of magnesium in
porters picture Watergatefuror playing" including income to the landowner -
+(I" used to be? them. Check jour mineral tag
as a partisan attack by the "stop" signs which has already
for this and remember that
and the Democrats in Looking back on the eight months ? Listen to the tire-squealing on been mentioned Suppressedtrees
newspapers cattle need mineral before
,.. streets at late hours of the
since he first called on the President to f our c those shaded from the
Congress to undermine President Nixon weekends them at all times. They will
etu night especially on sun bjdominant trees) and
and attempt to get him out of the White clear up Watergate, Senator Goldwatersaid t Watch our vacant lots grow up eat the mineral if they need it. diseased and insectinfestedtrees

I House.In : "Mr. Nixon has not done enough. in weeds (mine tool. VNatcn are all ordinarily
He has don it too slowly. And he has for those who come from out This is a good time to removed in a thinning. This

not back the trust of the of town to pick strawberries. finalize your plans for spring means trees that
won people. usually
reading the following remarks A soil mustif
? P1il Listen to a tourist ask a ser crops. sample is a : w ould have died under natural
please remember that they are direct vice station owner "what is you plan to get maximum conditions utilized.
are being
quotes from Senator Goldwater, the "He (the President) chose to dibble this place" Admire the returns from your fertilizer

epitome of Republican conservatism. and dabble and argue on very nebulous condition of the closed dollar. It is even more important Some co-dominant trees

They are not opinions expressed by The grounds like executive privilege and ;' business buildings. Watch a now and with the possibility a ferterliershortage of (those that receive sunlight at
confidentiality when all the American l 1 new house go up then look for the top but not at the sides)
Bradford
County Telegraph or any of the one of shabby construction having to use different
removed also.
are in thinnings
the Democratic leadership in Congress. people wanted to know was the truth. Idon't that might go up next to it. analyses than you have been Ofttimcs there are too
just
think it's just Watergate, franklyas Watch a few things spruce up using. A soil sample analysiswill many trees growing in one
much it's in ....' around our falling-down City tell you the things you
Senator Goldwater said: "The as a question people's small area This is usually the
need i to add to soil for
Hall before election time, then your
minds of how honest is this ? I case when co-dominants
President I think, thinks of himself as just man watch little over half of the maximum production, A soil are
a
the supreme politician in this country. hate to think of the old adage, 'Would voters show up to vote: then analysis still does not cost it removed.

And, being a loner, I think he sits by you buy a used car from Dick Nixon listen to those that I didn t vote pays;) We have the samplingtools When a thinning is completed -

himself and tells himself what he's goingto but that's what people are asking around complain about who got and bags for ;you) if you openings can be seenin
would like to take your own
elected. the forest
the The
do country. canopy.
samples. I will also be glad to stand of timber has been given

S ,, + The next time you go to City help you if you prefer. more room to grow. As the
"Now we went through this gesture On the subject of "Operation Candor"and ea''vn Hall, admire the falling down years pass the crowns of the

period of having congressmen and whether or not it has helped restore abused and misused ,Farmers' January is also a good timeto trees will get ever closer and

senators down to see him -. but it seemsto Mr. Nixon's credibility, Senator Market. Also glance at the top-dress especially small grains if and you In about five years time mostof
backs of our business ryegrass the
have ended. And this is what I was Goldwater said: "I think it started to buildings. While there see the need additional grazing Up to have disappeared.canopy openings At will this

afraid of -- that it would be a one-pitch work, but I think that the minute Fire Department building that 130( pounds of ammonium time the stand of timber
:Mrs. Allie! Strong ( I II) of I.a" tpy proudly displays the chair award. Don'tforget nitrate (if you can get iU) per
goal and that would end it. And as a lapse in the tape knocked it all out. won the BIP should be rechecked for
result he's not advice. she reupholstered during \\orkshop. taught b\ :Miss Kathy to stop in to see Mrs acre should give jour crop a another possible thinning
getting That's his Bro"n. < rl>, Extension: llonu- Economics Agent. Reddish She'll be leaving good boost.
problem, he's not getting it. And when
"We've got a nation of 210 million after about 20( ;years asLawtey's The day will come when the
he it he Our season Is about
doesn't
listen
gets to it. City Clerk, Be pecan remaining trees in a forest
people who need and

Senator Goldwater continued: "I can't badly. My God, we've leadership never had so need many it .......-:...,...".'.,..,..:..'..:..:... :.. :.. :-;: Savings Bonds I ..:.:'...:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:':.:.:.:.:.:..... careful building because as you a near piece the of over stand totally, should rather be than harvested thinned.

sit here and tell who his advisersare. serious problems in the history of this glass from the busted win- We have had also good had quantitybut This usually occurs in older
have
you nation.:' Now Six Per Cent dows above may fall on you. we poor stands of timber where the
Paying been
I know have
that Mel Laird has quit ; Dun be too frightened as you quality. Prices growth rate has slowed

mainly because the President won't go in. So far, the busted good on quality pecans and considerably. It is
good
Thus spoke Senator Goldwater. A Holders of U. S. Savings programs and projects toimprove fallen only fair for fair pecans.
listen hasn't not
to him. Bryce Harlow is reportedly of life. And plaster yet forestry to remove old slow-
Republican. A member of thl"President's bonds are now earning interest our way So far Mrs Reddishhasn't
quitting for the same reason. I justcan't at the rate of for the individual they have anyway I plan to write timely articles growing trees and replace
own Now who six percent been hurt, but em- them with
can
party.
say young trees that
believe that he would listen to when held to helped pay for new homes about pecan
maturity. barrassed I'm Watch for have
that criticism is sure. a good rate of
(Ronald) Zeigler. That, in my opinion, Watergate a deep-dyed instead of the previous rate of new cars, education for our men working on the !streets management next 'ear. Call growth.
would be Democratic plot to get Mr. Nixon out of) 5.5. children, and a more com- me if you have particular
something disastrous. then see if you can find \\hatthey've Mr\ Prevail, for one,
fortable retirement. would like information
or
the White House? done. Remember the questions realizes
this and is considering
S. L. Peek, Jr., Bradford about a specific
County bond sale chairman. :Mr.' Peek noted that the last time cleaning was done part of pecan production. :! a harvest cut next go

explains that the higher rate millions of Americans who round. Seed trees will

&&& applies not only to new issues buy Savings Bonds regularly I hope that this holiday probably be left to restock the
c other direct benefits. the Old 1V7J2E/l area with trees These
sold on or after December 1 1. enjoy season finds most ot us more young
A 1973 but also to older bonds as "For example," he said "the thankful and apprecative than seed trees can be removedonce

j ACTIVE atiliiji well "There is no advantagein interest paid on Savings ever for our food and other a new forest stand has
N r r itfl: redeeming outstanding Bonds is not subject to state or blessings we enjoy each day. been established.

bonds in order to buy new local income and And personal federal Our experiences with our food Now the whole cycle has
ones as they both draw the property taxes. SGPfptto supply this last year tell us

'9r 0N BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER. same rate of interest," Mr. interest income tax may liability be deferred on E Bond until + that we must depend on a good come started when again.Chis new The stand day will will
Peek said."Savings. harvest annually if we are
Publisher redeemed need to be thinned like its
the bonds are or just
able to be the best fed nation
Published each Thursday and entered as Second CUss Matter at the Post Office at Starke Bonds are the reach final maturity. predecessors.If .
in the world. It would be
; tragicto
Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. interest
ideal vehicle for helping Therefore the new
starve in the land of plenty. you have forest
Subscription rate in trade area 16 3.50 six months. ourselves and our country" rate increase makes Savings that acreage
per year: think
thechairmansaid. "They help Bonds more attractive; than "When it's all said and It is good to see that you might need to
Outside trade area: 17 per year: $4.00.tr i months. Statke more be selectively thinned
Phone 964-6JOJ Fla. the federal government to ever before." done, the only person easyto people are concerned about your County contact

finance education housing, and highways other Write Your Congressman deceive U yourself." the production of food and County Agricultural Forester Building.at the



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Wings . LB. 79C N.Y. Strip Steaks LB $189
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* * * .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 4. LEG-ALS * * *. * * J*. * * *. * 4 Kaiiord To Abolish CourtIN I

An ordinance effective Jan waive the third reading, and
the Raiford adopt the ordinance, according -
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Elimination System Permit and other lawful standards and date of the first publication of four ((4)) calendar months from THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 2 abolishing city to Attorney Richard
REGISTER of Consideration for the U. S. Environmental this court was approved, at a
Notice regulations notice. the date of the first publicationof THE SECOND JUDICIAL
FICTITIOUS NAME State Certification E. I. DuPontde Protection Agency Each claim or demand must this notice. Each claim or CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR special meeting at noon Welty Raiford is following Lawtey,
Dec. 24 first
Nemours and Company, Trail (IEPA)proposes to issue a permitto be In writing and must state the demand must be in writing and BRADFORD COUNTY, Monday, on Starke Hampton. and
the ,
council.
Pursuant to Section 86509 Ridge Plant, P. O Box 753, discharge subject to specific place of residence and post must state the place of residenceand FLORIDA. CASE NO 1.1952 reading Next by town Dec. Brooker in abolishing its
Florida Statutes, notice is Starke, Florida 32091, Ap pollutant limitations and special office address of the claimantand postoffice address of the Monday, 31, at court under the new
hereby given that the undersigned plication No, FL 074 OYL 2 conditions These proposed must be sworn to by the claimant and must be sworn to In Re: The Estate of EVA WOOD 12:30 p.m.it at is another special the Article municipal 5 of the Florida Con

Paul Richard Torodo, 000009, NPDES No, FL0000051( ) determinations are tentative. claimant, his agent, or his attorney by the claimant, his agent or his STUMP. Deceased, council meeting will expected the stitution which calls for
Brownlee Road, Starke, Florida has applied (for an NPDES Persons wishing to comment attorney, or it will become void approve ordinance abolishment of such
its second
doing business under the firm Permit to discharge treated upon or object to the proposed Each creditor shall deliver according to law. NOTICE OF FILING on reading, municipal courts by 1977. All

name of "Torode Electric", 431 wastewater to Alligator Creek. determinations are invited to sufficient copies of his claim to Dated this 7th day of PETITION FOR FINALDISCHARGE cases in those towns now are
E Madison Street, Starke, The applicant is engaged in the submit same in writing to the enable the Clerk to mail one to December, A, D, 1973. OF made in Bradford County
Bradford County, Florida 32091. process of mining heavy EPA address above, no later each personal representative.Dated EXECUTRIXESNotice Court with the respective
Intends to register said fictitious minerals from ancient Florida than January 28, 1974. All December 20, 1973 George H. Pierce towns being rebated a fee in
name under the provisions of beach sand, The applicant comments received prior to that MARSHA D. SAWYERSAs "Executor" of the Estate of is hereby given that we each case.
aforesaid statute Paul Richard describes one existing date will be considered in the Administratrix of the OSHIE HARTON, deceasedFirst have filed our final returns as The council
Torode, sole owner. Dated this discharge, Serial 001 to formulation of final deter- Estate of Garry Ray Sawyers, executrixes of the estate of EVA resolution November passed to a
6th day of December A. D. 1973at Alligator Creek E. I. DuPont de minations regarding the ap Deceased publication on: Dec. 20, WOOD STUMP deceased; that abolish the in town court. The
Staike, Florida 4tp 12/27 Nemours and Company, plication. The permit application 1973 we have filed our petition for Florida Court has
Highland Plant, P. O Drawer number should be placed on the Walter C. Shea distribution and for final We4 Supreme
entered order
"A", Lawtey, Florida 32058, envelope next to the above Attorney for Estate 12/204t 110IN discharge, and that on January since an per-
the town to abolish its
JOINT PUBLIC NOTICE: U, Application No. FL 074 OYL 2 address and also at the top of 409 Law Exchange Bldg. 18, 1974, we will apply to the court.mitting
S Environmental Protection 000007, NPDES No. FL 0000035 the first page of comments. A Jacksonville, Fla.32202 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Honorable George L. Patten
Agency Region IV, Water has applied for NPDES Permit to public hearing may be held FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL Circuit Judge of Bradford
Enforcement Branch, 1421 discharge treated wastewaterinto where the EPA Regional Administrator 2/27 4t 117IN CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR County Florida, for approval of
Peachtree Street, N E", Atlanta, Boggy Branch. The applicant finds a significant BRADFORD COUNTY. said final returns and for an
Georgia 30309. 404/526-5201 in is engaged in the processof degree of public interest in a CASE NO. order of distribution and for final
conjunction with Florida heavy minerals from proposed permit or of IN PROBATEIn -
mining group THE CIRCUIT COURT OF discharge as executrixes of thewill
Department of Pollution ancient Florida beach sand The A fact sheet
permits. containing \/ of EVA WOOD STUMP
Control, 2562 Executive Center applicant describes one existing additional details about the FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL re: The Estate of OSHIE deceased IgT1.j97 .
IN AND FOR
CIRCUIT
,
Circle East, Montgomery discharge Serial 001, into application and the proposed BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL HARTON, deceased DATED this 7th day of
Building, Tallahassee, Florida Boggy Branch. On the basis of determinations, a sketch December, 1973EVELYN .
32302 904/4884807 Public preliminary staff review and showing the exact location of ACTION NOTICE OF PROBATETO STUMP GRIFFIN, 1974
CASE NO.73304In
Notice No 73FL0027 December application of 86 Stat. 816 33 U. the discharge, and additional Executrix
27 1973 Notice of Applicationfor S. C 1251 et seq ((1972)) 38 information on hearing ALL PERSONS INTERESTED LILLIAN STUMP,
Re The of JAMESH.
National Pollutant Discharge Fed. Reg. 13527 et seq. and procedure is available by writing : Marriage IN THE ESTATE OF Executrix
GOODSON, Husband and .
--. or calling EPA. A copy of the OLLIE JUANITA W. GOOD- SAID DECEDENT: ,-.
--- draft permit is also available M. HOWARD WILLIAMSPost
SON, Wife. Get Yourself a Share of
from EPA The application You are hereby notified that a Office Box 382
KEYSTONEMELROSE comments received, and other NOTICE OF ACTIONTo written Instrument purporting to Tallahassee, Florida 32302 All the Good Things the
information are available for be the Last Will and Testamentof Attorney for Executrixes Future Will Bring.UNITED .
review and at Room said decedent has been
copying 12/13 4t 1/3
Juanita W Goodson
Ollie
Business DirectoryFISHERMAN'S 306. 1421 Peachtree Street, :: Pleasant Grove admitted to probate in this

Atlanta, Georgia, between the Greer, South Carolina Court. You are hereby com FARM
hours of 8:15: am and 4.30 manded within four calendar
AGENCY,INC.
pm, Monday through Friday. A months from the date of the first
: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
HARDWARE
copying machine is availble for publication of this notice to
Petition for Dissolution of
public use at a charge of 20 appear in this Court and show Paul] & IreneFaulkner
i SUPPLIES GARDENSliin's cents per page The Region IV Marriage has been filed againstyou cause if any you can, why the
and to ,
Office of the EPA has requestedthe you are required action of this Court in admittingsaid r
Florida Department of 'serve a copy of your written will to probate should not Associates
/ HARDWAREAND defenses, if to it on
i $; any
;:: ,r'\\cHe\\ Pollution Control, to certify that WAYNE P, CASTELLO, stand unrevoked
the above named applicant (Is)
Petitioner's whose 2305 N. Temple Ave.DON'T .
I Fish-'N'-Sttiff will comply with Sections 301, attorney GEORGE L PATTEN,
GARDEN CENTER 1133 N. W. 23rd
302, 306 and 307 of the Federal address is Circuit Judge
Live Bait Water Pollution Control Act Avenue, Gainesville, Florida Bradford Florida
as County,
,\ complete line of llclw. 32601 before January 15,
on or
Crii I kfN-Mimnci s-W arms amended Comments
Minnows i:::::: UESJII1IOOIm: :; PUNTS issuance of certification on including 1974, and file the original with By: Clerk
Plumbing&ElectricalSupp. : I the Clerk of this Court either
,\(' .K-ROOS-IUKLS: Gro-Tone Fertilizers a request for a public before service on Petitioner'sattorney I MISS I II
hearing, must be submitted to: First publication on Dec. 20,
\ 1 lo"ISIIIIIUTI: :; SG Insecticides: Materialsllwy. IvV Peter P. Ballet| Executive or immediately 1973 ) I WINE & CHEESE GALLERY I
I.JCESISlll1ITIO: : : ; ; ; ; Lumber&Building Director! Florida Department of thereafter, otherwise a default 12/20/ 4t 1/10
I 21 N. JIKI yds From light for
entered
be
will against
you
ICE Pollution Control, at the state '
I II
113 NORTH MAIN ST
Keystone Heights 173-fi'l! ( the relief demanded in the
Kt'y!bt1)Ill'Ilgts.!; 47l-lt: : : agency address above, within
thirty ((30! days from the date of Petition. I GAINESVILLE I II May The New
hand and the
CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION-AIR C this public notice. Please bring WITNESS my
seal of this Court on December I 378-8446 I II
the foregoing to the attention of Film Due Showing Year Be The
persons who you know will be ,1973.
ROBBIE'S CAMP THEIS interested. It 1217IN o 'Best Year' For
i i TV & APPLIANCE'I'It.U GilBERT. BROWNAs At First Ha pi i-u! '" fJ
Clerk of the Court 'A. a I II Our Many Friends
I Ll I:l HSVLKS Motorola I I Q \;
By Donna M BransonAs
i Quasar Deputy Clerk Two A Penny, a dramaticand eG &: Customers.Starke .
I r'arely'-Low .3'1-('.(, THE CIRCUIT COURT challenging motion
STEREO 12/13/ 4t 1/10.
1 Price iiid (,aloes Inn I I II II
filmed
on C\K, .\NI; ; PORTABLE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, picture entirely on
,''It I'I OH I'\,'ltisiviln ,' 1'\.'..: DECKS BRADFORD COUNTY, location In London will be I
I \, 'lIrllrll'' (Commercial I I FLORIDA File No 73307 ((1. shown on Dec. 31 at the First
J.I1tlStv.l: : i iI'KOP I" .U-"St": Residential 21591. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Baptist Church in Starke at I OPEN rfx.. I II
: 4:
.\ir ConditioningSUES DivisionIn FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL 9:3: ( p.m.Two 1
.I t 1-> Miles' S of Ri'\slniu. CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
; : &. SERVICE:
17.-.0.1.: KE'STO.nl4f'l; ; : ; Re: Estate of GARRY RAY BRADFORD COUNTY A Penny produced by I MONO THURS 1
SAWYERS, Deceased CASE NO. World Wide Pictures, the film
IN PROBATEIn ministry of the Billy Graham
AUTO SERVICE NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo organization, is a 65 minute I
The Estate of of fast II FRI ft SAT
re: OSHIE package action, ab- I "" MaI
: KEYSTONE Ray's Shellwreekerscrvlce all creditors and all persons! HARTON, deceased sorbing drama, and a 10.7 "

I having claims or demands significant challenge to our I I II
AUTO SERVICEl'lIIonitorchannt'1I3Cn.. against this estate: NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll society It has been newly Motor Part.s.
I You are notified and requiredby edited specifically for church I
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: MRS I;-l. ;1 Section 733,15 Florida creditors of the estate of showings.The .
i t Front Iud: l Mignment SEIt\"ICE A Statutes to file any claims and OSHIE HARTON. deceased, are I RONNIE RITLIFF
) l \\lutln llalIIII'mg, yyl'Speed demands which you may have hereby notified and required to
AAA Rev. Ben P. Bryant, I I II MANAGER
I AI against the estate of GARRY file any claims or demands
\ I ciiulitionmg Service Keystone RAY SAWYERS deceased, in which they may have against pastor of the church, extendsa

Day' ('all 473.30143Itrake : : the Circuit Court, in and for said estate in the office of the cordial invitation to all I Large Selection of Imported & Domestic 964-6060
members I
of the
i Service ;Nights; 7-2HH) Bradford County, Courty circuit judge of Bradford community,
Courthouse, Starke County, Florida, the stressing that Two A Penny is
Florida, in courthouse ChampaigneS Gourmet Cheese 155 W
a film for the entire BROWNLEE
I I.lIht'kation-Oil I lunge JOHNSON AUTOTUNEUP within\/ four months from the at Starke, Florida, within family. L-------------- ..uJ

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t REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP YOU HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT YOUR HEATING



::Richard T. Lovorn Nell THE PROFESSIONALS AT SAWYER SLADE KNOW THE ANSWERS

Beauty Style ShopFora
Real Estate Broker


LAKE PROPERTIES lo\elier ASK THEM TODAY BECAUSE HERE

BUSINESS-ACREAGE RESIDENTIAL >0ll'Phone [I75-2J1I,,.L ;'.fiIIS


INSURANCE Ketwevn They Will Survey < fc = afc s Home

,HpNstiinr llgt-., 17I.a25I: I Keystone I

:, l'elfa'r.ill'gir!; 964.5113!47;Wh'JJ;; &.Heights:Melrose "?-'" And Install The Heating Unit That Will Provide The Most Heat And Use The Least

I-:In.i, Knepprr| | 471-4111:'
: \I.u.thn: Din-bin I71IIB2.limlov : :{:

I .C,.11.I! Mi',\fcr I7M1IH I7J-IUVI: LanelTs rct Amount Of Fuel. No. 1 Heating & Air Conditioning Unit In The Nation

Boutique '...:
is. E. McKAY REALTOR

1lembernFSut'ir.tyor Styles and ..tccessoresIesideliOallppraisers '\"\ r I1 ,

:: For The Womanllwy. CORlplt'tl'r't I '
SrrvingThis i For
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Kej stone&. :MelroseI7W.MI ,
i :M.s :MtlhallKcii!; / 17.1-17III:' 1.l PLUS NECESSARY ECECTRICACSiegler

II Mrs: Dolores dilmoie. 17.1-Iliim: : ; W I WIRING GAS PIPING

:Mrs, .1 loaiinedassetl I71-lfi.2! Central Heat Special

:Mr I leslieltohinsnn 173.10:11: ; CONTRACTORS

1IOMKS: M'REAGI;

RENTALSOlricePhaie17:1.4'416; : ( Triangle ".n Counter Flow Wall Heaters Economical, Even Heat All Over Your Home Installed/ Quickly And Efficiently By Our Trained

65,000 BTU Mechanics.

Fill Dirt Enterprise, Inc. 1lcatsUpTo 7 Outlets with 1 Return Gas Furnace Centrally Located

Beach Sand GENERAL;:;-Licensed-Insured CONTRACTORS (fi Kooms 24.000 BTU COOLING & BO.OOD GAS FUR ACE

featuring ""i'' W. lUHalm Of Air Conditioning
Cia Fill Thel.indal'edarllomes
17a-211o 173-3512 "WALL T..E'.OST..T.. Service Room Units To Central Heating 964-7701

Tractor Work M Kit 21 N. KEEPS TEMPERATURE, Call Ut For Fist, Preftttional Conditioning Sortie
.'O. Box 657 COUNTER FLOW UNUSED
.HEAT OFF CEILING' a> SPREADS IT

Land Cleared Electric Co. BACK WHERE EVENLTOvERmEFLOoRs YOU NEED IT Keep Your Home Warm In The Most Economical Way

Hank hell ""', >\'. Hell, Owner OHOMICAL( TO INSTALL Bruning OPERA REAR a SIDE VENTS By ConsultingSawyer I
CommercialResidential AT SMALL EXTRA" COST I '
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Phone 473-4761 KlectricaltixturesI : Repairs $249 j Slade Gas


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FOR SALE: Snap Corn and United Farm Pumps O.C. Carnes
Argentina Hay. Call 9646147 r

MISCELLANEOUS after 6 p.m.2t 1212713 1 chg ear 6 :JreeSe.vce Agency, Inc Nursery
Filing,, Cobinents; office fur
RUBBERSTAMPS New And UsedSALES
niture; index file drawers. REG. REAL ESTATE: BROKER THOUSANDSOF
Bradford County Telegraph. TF PAUL & IRENE PLANTS FRUIT
TREES. SHADE TREES.
FOR longer wear keep car- HOUSES FOR SALENew FAULKNERASSOCIATES PARTS EVERGREENS. CAMELLIAS

pets clean with Blue Lustre. LICENSED SERVICE AZALEAS. ROSES MOST IN
Rent electric $1.
WranglerBoots shampooer 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE. CANS PLANT ANYTIME
DEEP 6 SHALLOW WELLS
Devrlck INSURED
Inc., 301 E. Call St.,
3 BR brick house, central STARKE FLA. 964-5O65 LANDSCAPING 23 MI.
964-6163.
heat/air, wall to v.flt carpets. FREE ESTIMATESPO WANT TO SELL OR BUY Plumbing Supplies S E., OF STARKE HWY 100
f FHA or conventional financing.Neat FLORAHOME 659-2165
FOR THE Made To Order WANTED horse saddles, what BOX 605 REAL ESTATE? EXPERT SERVICE
CALL US FOR BEST
PRICES
WHOLE have you got? Dahmers 2 BR frame house, fenced fr/rfroit', :Florida PROSPECTS
WAITING TFCHC
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Bradford Discount lot ON
CountyTelegraph tfchg. $9,600 ALL MAKES
FAMILY 475-2233 DAY OR NIGHT

-- --- -- --- -- 3 BR frame house on 1/2/ acre CHEYENE CROSS .__ PHONE 964'7061Durrance MILLER-Brown
LJ BONNELL

CfpBQOTS STEAM CLEANING Engines of Lakefront Lots in Keystonearea 83O13T1122JIMMY Martin

all types, automotive, farm and Starke area. O)
CI.ASSIKIKI! I )AD HATES machinery. Boyd Service, Ph Campersu.s. PUMP a SUPPLY CO.

9648359. tfchy A. J.Thomas Realtor MOORE'S 90 WEST. LAKE CITY 864-N. TEMPLE AVE.
Handbags Deadline for insertion 205 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 752-3723 VolkswagenNEW

Tuesday. Noon preceding 964-6162 Sun SportsMORE
-- -- -- FOR BEST SELECTION OF
Thursday before publication. Magic Transparent tape, all
Wallets :Minimum Char e$2.00 WANTED Used furniture, 2 Bedroom, Frame, Living BOAT FOR TF TRAVEL TRAILERS sizes.. Bradford County a USED 't
YOUR MONEY
100 STYLES OF WESTERNAND Each uordover 15 mer's Discount House. tfchg Bath, 301 North. STARKE PH 964-5791 TRUCK CAMPERS
MODERN BELTS IN 10 cents AND TOPPERSFULL South-Corona; 1MI! NORTH OF THE MALL
3 Bedroom CB Construction, 1 COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN electric and manual. Bradford GAINESVILLE TF
SIZES 18 TO 56 MADE OF
FINEST LEATHER All {'I... sirIt'1i Ads must be SAWS SHARPENED, work 1/2 baths Living Room, Dining DRIVE SERVICE LINE OF PARTS AND County Telegraph. TF r
THE Call
9647509
guaranteed.
paid for in advance unless you or Room, Kitchen, Extra Long SERVICE TF
leave at Jackson AND REPAIR
OBTAINABLE BY JUSTIN ha\p an established account Building Ramily Room, Central Heat and !

INDIAN MOCCASINS with the Telegraph, in that Supply Heights., Starke Tfchg. or Keystone Air, Natural Gas Large Lot, COMPLETE FIBERGLASS OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY. .f
event 51) cents extra charge Esceptionally Nice REPAIR

WESTERN SHIRTS for billing./ Not responsible for CUSTOM BUILT FIBER Long ChampHome 100 W. PH. W4-5606 -- L t i&'Y_ :
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I'nursh.11 given over the 3 Bedroom, CB Construction, 1 GLASS'FISHING' BOATS j u
phone or when copy: Is not LOST: Elderly lady lost red 1/2 baths Living Room with THIS IS YOUR DREAM HOME//' Li!

CARRADINESLeather typed and. brought to the of- change purse in vicinity of Fireplace, Kitchen, Family and \ 24X65 PEACHTREE DOUBLE WIDE 3 BEDROOM. .
fko.Typewriters.. Mitchell's Drug Store or Room Covered Patio. :
MaterialsWE 2 BATH FAMILY ROOM a CARPET THROUGHOUT
[Building \
Shop Milliards 5 and 10. Call 964- AA.l\leeting r FALL CLOSE-OUT SALE$14.994 :.
6305. Itp 12/27 3 Bedroom,Antique Brick, 1 1 1/2 BUILD
1 MILE SOUTH ON U. S 301 baths, Uvmg Room Dining FRIDAY NIGHT 12X60 2 BR FULLY FURNISHED $4499Tractor TF ;

LAWTEY. FLA. Smith-Corona; ------ ----- Room Kitchen, Double Garage, 8:30: P.M "YOUR PLANS OR OURS I .'
electric and manual. Bradford
PHONE 782-34OO Galore Chain Link
,
TF Carpet
YOUR LOT OR OURS' :
FURNISHED home for middle
County Telegraph. TF
Fence, 1.8 acre of land Ad- 390 N. CHERRY ST.
aged lady, small children :
no or
jacent to Golf Course. A Beauty. FREE ESTIMATES
l pets non smoker, in city of
<< WANT TO DRINK. THAT'S Co.
Starke. Itp 10 Acres Land with Pecan Trees YOUR BUSINESS REMODELING REPAIRS ; Hipp :
GAINESVILLE
Every 40' All Directions. ADDITIONS
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WANTED: Land in Bradford 70 Acres with Pecan Trees, Off WANT TO STOP. HOMES BOUGHT SOLD Farm MachinesNEW r t
THAT'S OURBUSINESS TRADED '
Business DirectoryAUTO County, contact George 301 <
Kittrell 140 Stockton Street, TF ACREAGE FOR SALE a USED
Jacksonville, Fla. Ph. 771- 25 Acres, High Land on Paved 1 :

6989. 4tp. 12727 Road. 964.6853 4 MI. NORTH ON U S. 441 TELEPHONE 372-3464

SALES HWY 3O1 S STARKE TF \
CARL BEGGS I
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Call us, we have more. Gainesville, Fla.

CARS CARS CARS CRACKING PECANS daily at Gulf Service I

State Farmers Market, C. R. "WHERE SERVICE IS THE BETTER IDEA'
TRANSPORTATION GEORGE ROBERTS Adult
Bradford. 5tp 12/27. Mobile
REAL ESTATE USED
MDEPENDABLE WARRANTY Home ParkIN STARKE BUILDERSA
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CARS 986 N.Temple Ave.,Starke

Ph.964-7826 PARTSFOR CITY LIMITS $30 A MONTH COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE

OWNED a OPERATEDBY Wayne Douglas Associate WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD PHONE 964-527O 219 E. WASHINGTON ST

A STARKE MAN t fOR SALE J Ph.964-6593 MOST MAKESOF GROCERY AND NEW STARKE FLA.


.. Marchant ,\ Sales. INSURANCEAT CARS SHOPPING CENTERTF Congolcum Shinyl: Vinyl"THE

NO WAX FLOOR"
GAINESVILLE A LOTS Zoned for mobile homes REDUCED RATES JO-LU COURTU.S. $ RQ*
24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT $6 50 ti;
1636 SE 3RD AVE and houses. Several sub- AUTO FIRE. BOAT 301 SOUTH PER SQ YD
divisions to choose f WALDO
torn. Only HWY 301
MARCHANT WILL $95 down. Monthly paymentsto DOYLE E. CONNER TF. PHONE 964-8810 Beautifully SculpturedHI

TREAT YOU RIGHT suit your budget. Ph. 468- INSURANCE AGENCYTF PHONE 468-1998 LOW NYLON
1551 or 9648331. ftchg. 'CMC ,
MANY COLORS TO CHOC == FROM EXCEEDSFH
UTo !SU.KS Si:iut ICE BRASINGTON No hunting signs; for sale and SPECIFICATIOC 1PLETELY $6.97
rent signs. Bradford
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INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD
Blount Pontiac ('.\1111.1.\{'-o .DSMOItll.K: : FOR rsAvEs1FRED Telegraph. TF
SALE: Electric stove, oven
SU.KS&SKKVICK: FIAT ShagTHE
GMS. Inc.
elements replaced. Dahmers
Fine selection of Used Cars Discount tfchg. Adding machines; typewriters; CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK I
J i PL-NT"! Taken(On'adillac Trades DAVIS office supplies. Bradford County TF
Telegraph. TF SALES PARTSSERVICE 100% CONTINUOUS FIL. NYLON MANY
2IMH) SU.nih: Ph. :l7H-5:1I11:
---- ------- GMC TRUCKS NEW AND USED COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELYINSTALLED
BUICK PONTIAC OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD$7.95
ELECTRICMotorIIcpair FOR SALE: One 1972 model 14 "A LITTLE RIDE CAN Anson'sMobile USED IMPORT CARS
Fact wy\ulhorlmd foot frost less G. E. .
PonliacSalesl'artHSeri ( Co. refrigerator, reasonable. Call SAVE YOU M LOT"TF Homes Harfred Auto

ice L 964-6283, color avocado GREEN COVE SPRINGS SINGLES & DOUBLE
Of(;jailll'I\! iIIellIc. Imports Inc.
ilO.V: :.Main Cainesvillp.Fla.' KruairingKevvindingNew. green. 2tp 12/27 WIDES Bill's C. B. Radio
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:l72-2K:1: : I EXPANDO ROOMS a ADD 509 E. UNIVERSITY
and Used
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I 2816 :.N.\V.6th Hh.372-K.MS ---------- t FOR RENT JFOR ON ROOMS GAINESVILLE TF 372-437C, 321 Temple Ave

OFFICE SUPPLIES WATSON'SHOUSEOF FREE DELIVERY AND SETUP SE4-S346
VACUUMS 100 MILE RADIUS
GARDEN SUPPLIES Starke, FIGAIiTypes :
Many brands of new vacuums BANK FINANCING [fJ" IE" d LLLL( .
BOOKKEEPING $3900 up. Used machines RENT: Two bedroom HWY 17 NORTH Of Electronic.Equipment

SUPPLIESNOW Johnson & Faris, from $10. Expert Repairs all house furnished in a quiet GREEN COVE TREE SERVICEALL
makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor neighborhood. No pets. Call TEL. 284-5001

ATBRADFORD Inc. all vacuums. Built in 782-3279. 1tchg. 12/27 2647311r TYPES TREE WORK EXPERT INSTALLATION j

central vacuum cleaning BULLDOZIER, LAND
COUNTY !sFEIS1'L.1NTSIn.ecticidesI'et: :
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systems. 712 N. Main, ----- ------ CLEARINGCOMPLETELYINSURED :

TELEGRAPH96463O5 SuppliesKKKTIU2KKS Gainesville 3767110. TF FOR RENT 12' wide mobile FURNITURE AND LICENSED EXPERT ADVICE

\\e Kent Fertili/er !Spreaders FOR SALE Registered Angus homes outside city limits. J. FurnitureAt FREE ESTIMATES Bill Now Sells Hunting & Fishing Licenses
STARKE 221 :V 1%'. 8th- I'h. 37H-OI76 Bull Calves. J. B. White. B. White. Ph. 964 6114. If no 24 YEARS EXPERIENCE

Phone 964-6114.) tfchg answer call 9646152. tfchg Discount JAX. 768-8522 & All Management Permits

MOVERS GLASS -- ------- --- COMPLETE : OR STARKE 964-9935 Home of the Magnetic Signs
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IOTP 1/31
MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also FURNISHINGSUP 24 Hour ServiceTIRED
Long Distance: :Moving LIDDELL mobile home hurricane an- FOR RENT 3 BR house and

Mora R..I'a('kingt'ratingMiippmg Glass Company choring and mobile home roof apartments in Starke, also TO 40% SAVINGS
: coating. Olin's MOBILE'Home house in country. W. H. Your
Free Kstimales fall Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. Ndlman. tfchg Baxley Chair Co.
Real Estate
"GIa.s. For ,Kverv; Purpose"Store

\\\\\\\ Km"losiu FrontsMirrorsI'lil .':-! ho\\l'rs FUEidOOD Starke, Fla. tfchg-- PINE, -- -- -- -- -- 648 CASSETT FROM MO- 1 BLOCK TF Broker OFWORKING

Furniture Top'4Glassr..placl'd Cyprus and hardwood. Truck FOR RENT: Looking for a lot to JACKSONVILLE 389-1741
Call 4681551or put your mobile home? 2 Buy Sell-
Van Service Inc. load deliveries. Tracle-
MCU; LOCATION12JH : 9648331. 4tchg. 12/27 FREE months on yearly lease. AUTO ELECTRIC FOR
:\111\ ) :\.,E.: Ual.loR.I. i'ville So. :Main Gainesville $30 monthly, all city con- Appraisals

372-U71 ::1 :!.HIl1! -::172-11112 TV Color tubes veniences. No children under TF
picture only
$79 plus labor, Dahmers 16. BRADFORD PARt North PEAVY Brothers CALL BILL POWELL SOMEONE ELSE?
MUSICBALDWIN BEAUTY ACADEMY Discount. tfchg.DOUBLEWIDES1 Temple. 4tChg. 12/27. :
OFFICE
An extra job. 'Electric Co. 964-6464 ,.
RESIDENCE' 964-681O ,
POWELL'SBeauty ? We have ALTERNATORSSTARTERS- ,

Academy them. 24 x 65, 3 or 4 BR, 2
PIANOS ORGANS baths only 8995. .Your GENERATORS -
I Learn a I'rurl'sslnln"ollr( double wide specialist. Direct REGULATORS
("Iuun:cw TII.\UTISTS Spare> Time. Full or Part Factory Outlet. Big' '0' Mobile SewingMachine
} Time. Home Sales Highway 90 AUTOTRUCK SUNOCO

o pham :211! V.W. IIHh-i7H-27Krt: East Lake City Fla. Phone ,.
7523201. 12/6 4tchg 12/27 Diesel
Music Co.i'villehhoppiiigt'entrr. ,
SALES
CAMPER 4044 LENOX AV JAX ,
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( / 387-2528 TF SALES AND SERVICE .
:17:'-till: & SERVICE I .
FOR SALE; Reduce safe and i PFAFF ELNA .
PRINTEROF fast with GOBESE tablets and b

alnesville E-VAP"water pills", Andrews NEW HOME For A ?
Change
I Looking
Pharmacy 356 W. MadisonSt. Poultry Equip.Of WHITE

DISTINCTIONQUALITY CAMPER MART, INC. ., Starke. 5tp 1/3/74 I I All Kinds.R. $"9,50 Sunoco Offers

:Ill I 11:N.:Main Gainesville ------------ You' can: earn:J:2_ifr.li,:$4: V.in Q. SIMMONS EQUIP. up

37H-Z954! FOR SALE hour mcndiuc rreiil.ir IIII.nrhh' PARTS 1.1 PAID TRAIN ING 2. FINANCING :
: Speed a
Queen REPAIRS
YOU CAN BE PROUD OF gas ON ALL
T Hay Serb ice 1)ept. dryer, excellent' 11"11011" CO. :
condition, OTHER MAKE MACHINESNational 3.3 BAY. 2 LIFT STATION 4.3OOOO GALMO.ALLOCATION
Complete Ca taping Store $125. Call 964-8815. i
ftp 12/27 Fla.
BRADFORD COUNTY Sales: National 317 E, BROWNLEE ST. I

('onrord.01111111'1'1',Sin FOR INFORMATION CALL
TELEGRAPH ------ - -- Guard STARKE. FLA. : !

Kt'Y.:\lIda'l.lvl'nture FOR SALE: Ladies 3 wheel MIKE CAPEZZERA ((904)) 353-O941 :
\\her Is.:liiorrls.Ionllor: bicycle with basket. 720 Edwards 611 W. UNIV. AVE.GAINESVILLE. .

964-63O5 Fan, Explorer,Sports Coach reasonable. Cecile Hollen.Very PHONE 964-6819 FLA. EVENING: ((904)) 378.0108 TF
Road. Starke
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clean the stained copper aX C.A. RobertsClarence .1:

bottoms( of pots and pans, A, Roberts, 70, of Lake in the grass seems to have convinced the ancient ',1
pour a little vinegar on the Lake Butler, died of a heart American if their pet serpents moved sluggishly, they
bottom( of the pan, then sprinkle attack Friday, Dec. 21, in the Farm a poor harvest that year! I II
some( table salt over it. North Florida Regional member of I
No rubbing necessary. Wash Hospital,Lake Butler. He wasa Masonic I
and rinse as usual. former state representativeand Club. I IIi
I Union County com Surviving I
An inexpensive scratch remover r W 1 1n' .
missioner.He Marjorie
( for natural wood cabi- daughters, ; 'y pG I
nets and woodwork is mineral was also chairman of the Lake
oil. This blends into the wood Board of Trustees of Union bara

and assumes its shade as wellas ''R' General Hospital,a director of sons, ;
polishing the wood at the i 'l:.W. Guaranty Federal & and
Savings Avery, ;
same time. Loan Association, a deacon in brothers, ;
the First Christian Church of Howard,
all of Lake ;

af Harry MootyHarry Lake Lakeland City;; Eve :
Party :1
Recently occupied: the new home of Dr. and !Mrs. James II. niinrslnger Is Mimosa: Drlvp Bernice
off Betsent Itoad in east. Starke.HAMPTON. Lawson Mooty, 85, Heights;
died Friday, Dec. 21, in the Rawls, ; Planned ;I
Bradford County stepson, ,
Hospital

AREA NEWS after native a brief of illness.A Gainesville. he Lascola Gainesville, ; For

I e'q had lived in Starke since 1941. and a o o ;
He was a retired salesman of Elaine
By Jottphlrw Fontaine heavy hardware for Harry P. Tenn. 1 I You

Leu, Inc., of Orlando. Funeral v.
SANTACLAt'S stocking, but had to have help, at 45 years and up. For information Surviving are his widow, at 2:30: .
J VISITS HAMPTON: as he is a very little boy. The call any morning Gladys Udell Mooty, Starke; First
stocking was given by the between 8:00: and 10:00: a.m. three daughters, Mrs. Butler,
The weather may have been (Hampton General Store. A Phone 4681152. Geraldine Thornton San Baer, Rev.
frightful, but the annual good time was had by all. Diego. Calif.; Mrs. Claire and Rev. .
Christmas Party for the FmE )) AM)NEIGHBORS McMillen and Mrs. Margaret ficiating.
children of Hampton was SKMOK; CITIZKN Moody, both of Orlando; two Cemetery 1 1F
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"ji delightful. The children Sympathy is extended to the sons, Harry Van Archer 4 4G
*r* + "\; v sang Mooty,
v* : *--' -, songs, led by Mrs. Florence The regular meeting of the family of Edward Crow, who Miami, and Capt. William II.
T -* JSCATCH Jones as she had her Bible Hampton Senior Citizens Club passed away at 4:30:: a.m. Dec. Mooty( Saudi Arabia; a
Club sing, and all the children was held, a short business 21.Mr. Crow lived on Highway brother, J. L. Mooty, Deland; Cecil:
and some of the grown-ups meeting was held with the 325. -n .-.j.<-:t"r.-., .!I.f.....*. 1i'..<><1 r!.,......
joined in as Mrs. Clark, Mho is following( officers elected for Mr.\ and Mrs. Alvin D. Wildwood; ninewgrand died Cecil !
a teacher at the Hampton( the coming year. Mr. Gene Moore have moved to Hampton children, and three great. result of
YOURSELF School, led the group in Taylor as President, Mrs. from Jonesville, Texas. grandchildren. Journal."M
A STAR AND Christmas Carols. The Evelyn Vaughan as Vice They are not strangers to Memorial services were an in Brooker I
FIND THE BEST children of all ages talked to President, Mrs. Frances Florida as this was their home held at 2 p.m. Wednesday :
DAYS Santa and received a gift and Wadsworth as Secretary, and and they have returned to Dec. 26, in Jones MemorialChapel was a Perfect i
OF Surviving
LIFE. goodies including Cokes, that Mrs Josephine Fontaine as make a permanent home with Rev. George Jannie r .
were donated by the Coca- Treasurer, and Mrs Sarah here. Harper, pastor of the First ;
Cola Co. Then the highlight of Taylor as (House Chairman.The Mr. and Mrs. Edward Methodist Church, officiating. two sons,John ; for You and
TASTEE-FREEZ the party was the drawing of a Christmas gift exchange Fontaine and family, of Ox. Cremation followed. Elwood
DRIVEINU. giant Christmas Stocking followed and refreshments of ford Conn. are spending the Mrs. ; Your Friends I
Names had been put in the box) Eggnog, coffee and cookies. holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Anette I
for several weeks, and all Happy Birthday was sung to Wilford Fontaine. Edward is ; I
and his
S. 301 North were excited as the box was Mr\ Bill Fontaine and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morley Griffis Mrs. Matilda to have a \
I
Starke, Fla. well shaken and Santa drew Christmas music was enjoyed Wilford Fontaine. Butler. ,
out a name. The name was throughout the evening on the
Jody Wadsworth, He tried new record player. The door ANNIVERSARIES; Morley Griffis 28, of Funeral Good Time.
very hard to carry the won by Mr. Bill Raiford died Thursday, Dec. held at 2 p ,I Ij
_ Maxwell and game prizes Mr. and Mrs. Verdo Salter, 20, as the result of injuries Church Bayless
went to Gene Taylor, Frances 25 years on December 4. received in an automobile Robinson 'I
Wadsworth, Evelyn Vaughan accident.A Sumrall Only Need
Ruth Dennison, Josephine KIHTIIIMYS terment will
Fontaine Sarah Taylor(
Huddy DeWaters and Lucy Viola Davis Dec 22. native of Bradford Cemetery be Thereto
County, Mr. Griffis DeWitt C.
was a
McGunnigle. The next Ronnie Hodriquez. 11 years
Home in
security
guard at the
meeting will be January 4, old on December 24. Correctional Union
1974 at the Old School House, Ted Curtis, Jr., 17 years old Raiford, and I Institution at Have FunReserve
a member of the
7 30 p.m. on December 20. Madison Street WISH
Steven Misner, 9 years old, Church in Starke. Baptist
CALLING ALLMIMOUCiriZKNS celebrated with a birthday
: ; party.
I OF) II"' :MPTO\)
Surviving are his widow,
Make your New Year's o 1 Mrs. Francy Griffis, and two
_ resolution to join the Ha mpt on sons, David and Duane "'"'
Senior Citizen's Club. You will Griffis, all of Raiford; two "A /j\\ -....
4 To all a Happy fear sisters
meet old friends and make Mrs. Bonnie and Mrs. who doesn't
new ones. It is a time of good Janie Padgett, both of Starke; civil service Your Good Time
fellowship as well as trying to four brothers, Tommy of
We Are ( for the
:. Grateful
help all Senior Citizens t to( havea nl____ fCL Crystal River; Ernie, of
Hill Davis, By Getting TogetherYour
better life. We,are membersof t Starke; Gene, of Lake Butler,
For Your and Allen of (Montana)
Patronage Hampton.
the Congress of Senior "II"]| +l I'itiilt lire nliiiiit I IIPIIlK
Citizens of Florida and they ItlllfPH' left W1HT Jllll "Don't be Friends to
And Frie111(1 ndship represent us when any news run get( jour Itrrtikfiiit itLed 1 Funeral services were at 3 dumb (
issues come up for the Senior I.:' p.m. Saturday, Dec. 22, in the easier to beat
ForOpportutl 'The Citizens of Florida We know Madison Street Baptist mistakes."
/ ,
that you have to be 62 or olderto Church with Rev. Denton ,
I get Social Security but you Sumrall conducting. Burial Star Valley ( NOEGEL'S LOUNGEu
I \\ty I To are welcome to join our club was in Long'Branch Cemetery "How can .,
under direction of Archer
so many 301 N. Starke
Funeral Home Lake
| Serve Tlih FineState. sr Butler. was have buying thought r 9647771"liKe

CommunityCommunity. ;1--'' Duane C.
David
CrowDavid don (Iowa)

gtftfappy. I. -. .
Edward Crow, 72 of
New Year I 1 1r. Hampton died Friday, Dec.

Nou LVrlb and Fad Again t New 21 short, in a illness.Starke A hospital native of after West a holldQ sweets -from th.e woods

Virginia, he had been a
DuV Goof '' '
L Vv. t resident of Bradford County
Grrk, Goan
,. 4 for the past three years. Mapte
'= fldalrb Surviving are his wife, Cora Lt U9af',
Darrah Crow, of Hampton;
yfr one daughter, Mrs. Evelyn
1974 McClellan, Starke; one son, c.nd
p Fr William Crow, Hampton; one
brother, Charlie Crow, ", r"r
I v Charleston, W.Va.; and one ,
: sister. 6
I He was a member of the utJ:
II I ;ice 6 Yf' Church (of Christ. ci8d
Funeral services were held P': ,
I II in Cameron W. Va. DeWitt C.
I Jones Funeral Home was in I

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