Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03977
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Planning Council

------ STARKE Bradford became the third county Mondayto

join the North Central Florida Regional Planning

Council at a cost of $3,800 per year for membership in the

Utility TaxIs Gainesville.The 11 county. planning agency with headquarters in

regional planning council is the agency to which

counties must now present applications for federal funds.

Idea of regional planning is being sold to the counties on

''Zi7 agk"MY, the basis that it will provide more local control is receiving

PassedIn approval for requests for federal funds, such as for

.Bradford's garbage disposal system loan.

Such loans heretofore have been approved by a regional

office of the federal government in Atlanta.

h Charles Justice executive Make-up of the region is
Nit+ 1 i Lawtey director of the North Central composed of 11 counties :

Florida Regional Planning Alachua, Bradford, Union,
Council, gave a detailed explanation Columbia Gil Christ.
of the function and Hamilton, Suwannee ,
LAWTEY A 10 percent the meeting. "It's also goingto
work of the council in Lafayette Dixie Madison and
utility tax was approved be rough on some rich providing local authority for Taylor.
Monday night by a 3-0 vote of people with $70 or $80 utility of
approval projects involvingthe The commissioner's
approved -
the Commission of bills, Scott stated.
City as one expenditure of federal the county's mem-
the steps required to secure The water system was funds obtained loansor
e through bership on the planning
from the Farmer's Home approved by the commission
grants. Justice said that council at a cost of 25 cents per
Administration a $371,000 loan early this in a cut down
4 n year planning assistance to local capita which will amount to
,,'.rwrr., for a municipal water system. version of the original plan governments is also available approximately $3,800 based on
; The tax was approved on a calling for 200 customers, through the council.Smith a population of 15,200 for
3-0 vote of CommissionersGene some 79 less than originally
fAi1 \ Pearson and Barbara planned.Situation. Each county is entitled to
: is that the
Jordan and Mayor- now
representation of two
: ______ Commissioner Spurgeon project is approved.
members of the local
Authorization has been given ,
Mule Replaced By Tractor Power Massey.Scott CommissionerRobert did not vote for Sverdrup, Parcel and Chairman governing; body Ralph on the Bryan council.ap-
Associates, Gainesville
Pearson was at his first pointed commissioners
Round-and-around the tractor goes, replacing the faithful was a festive occasion in bygone years. Rudolph and his meeting since a heart attack engineering firm, to draw McCulley George Roberts and E. W.
old mule that used to perform this chore at Bradford County brother, Charlie (ion tractor) are among the remaining few In early in November to vote for plans and specifications and Hodges to serve as Bradford
cane grindings. This scene at Rudolph llutcheson's farm this area who grow sugar cane and make their own syrup the tax. to ask for bids. County's on
place off Brownlee Road brings back fond memories for every fall. For other pictures, and story on cane grinding, see "It's going to rip a lot of "We have done so, and are ElectedAt the council.representatives

many Bradford Countians for whom this annual fall ritual editorial page. poor.people, Scott said after in the" process of preparingbids The next meeting of the
.-" Project Manager Ralph
r rr council will be held in
said from
Eng Tuesday

\ 6 'S'etOn Rules Gainesville. Plans call I for the LawteyLAWTEY Gainesville December 11,on and Wednesday.one of the

Jan. Meeting Establishing project three weeks to be in advertised December,for as items expected to be con-
sidered is (the Bradford
required by FHA, and for bids -Still objecting to
County garbage disposal plan
to be opened Jan. 14 at 2 p.m. the city's proposed new water
in which a $200.000 federal
at the city hall in Lawtey, Eng system, concerned citizens
loan is being requested from
To Regulate Mining Operations CountyAn says. Tuesday elected a dead man the Farm Home Ad
Bonds for the project will be Walter T. (Pete) Smith, and ministration. Prior approvalof
validated with a week or two Ben McCulley to the city com- the Regional council must
STARKE Failing to come open invitation will be Monday's meeting the com- county zoning boards to operations, rather than a different after the bid is awarded. The mission by wide margins. be made before the final
to an agreement on the extended to mining company missioner's were consideringthe review mining operations and ordinance for each type engineering firm hopes to Both men were backed by application is submitted to
adoption of a mining ordinance officials, pollution control adoption of an ordinance then making recommendations of'mining," Chairman Ralph proceed with construction the Lawtey Citizens Com- FHA for their approval.
Monday December 2, representatives, municipal modeled after one in use in to the county commis- Bryan said. within 30 to 40 days after the mittee whose: members
Bradford county commissioners officers, zoning board Hillsborough County coveringall sioners.It bonds are validated. A 30-day campaigned hard for the Bradford is the third countyto
deferred any conclu- members, state representatives of the problems involved in was pointed out that any "I would like to find out if waiting period is required for deceased Smith and Mc be represented on the
sive action on the matter and and any interested phosphate mining. ordinance adopted for Brad- we really need a law, and if we appeal of the bond validation.A Culley, both of whom opposedthe council. Alachua County was
scheduled a public hearing to member of the public to parti- Attorney Gene Shaw, after ford County should not be do we shouldn't do more here water rate schedule was water system. McCulley first and Union County Union joined
be held next month that will cipate in the discussion."We several months of study and restricted to phosphate than the state would requireor taken under advisement by received 144 votes to 75 for his three months made ago.
include a wider range of participation don't want to adopt an research had mining alone, since other if we are adopting some- the commission with the final Group 2 opponent Thomas 0. County has applicationto
finally recommended -
on the subject.A ordinance that will prohibit the Hillsborough kinds of mining was already thing just because somebodycame decision on rates set for the Swan. Smith received 123 FHA for a loan solid ol $75,000
mining operations in the ordinance being performed in Bradfordand along and said we had next regular meeting on Jan. votes to 88 for James Waters, finance its waste
public hearing and mass county, and on the other hand matching Bradford as most County'sneeds. nearly Clay Counties, such as to," commissioner Dave Shu- 6. Rates in the proposed ordinance Lawtey businessman.Both disposal system.Municipalities. who
meeting was set by the ilmenite and other minerals ford said. read Swan and Waters are
I feel that we've got to con- by Attorney are
Meanwhile, Zoning council
commissioners to begin at 2p.m. being mined at the DuPont Gene Shaw said to favor the water members of are
sider measures that will are: $6 minimumfor
Monday, January 6, at Director L, M. Gaines had a The National Lead Com- Alachua. Gainesville.
provide for our own protec- composite proposal fashioned operation."I is said to be the first 3,000 gallons; 90 system. and
the courthouse. pany making Hawthorne High SpringsIn
Smith member of the
tion, commissioner George from ordinances in use in think it would be hest to plans for a mining operationnear cents per 1,000 gallons for the a other matters at :MonSre -
With pollution control, Roberts said. Manatee and Polk Counties, adopt an overall ordinance Lawtey. next 2,000 gallons; 80 cents per council who had been a
In a lengthy discussion at (See Page 10)) (See (Page 10)) < l Page 10))
zoning and land planning, requiring the approval of the covering all kinds of mining (See Page 10)
public and private interests,
all to be affected by the

adoption of any ordinance, the Must Effluent Into Creek 1977
commissioners mass meeting at decided the suggestion on the City Stop Pouring Alligator By I

of Attorney Gene Shaw.
The City of Starke must stop According to the engineers, Starke golf course on the east disposal alternative as not J. H. McClane appeared before the City Zoning Boardat event of fires during power
discharging effluent from its the city has four alternativesfor side of town.Schaefer being practical, in his opinion. before the Commission to its special meeting on outages."
sewage disposal plant into disposing of its treated said he understoodthe Spray irrigation of city explain his request for December 23. No action was taken on the
.111 r m mn.artrr': Alligator Creek by 1977, effluent: DPC was concerned about property near the sewage matter.In .

Mayor-Commissioner Charles I 1. Spray irrigation of pollution of Rowell Lake, partof disposal plant might prove to rezoning of a triangular other action the Com-
Schaefer was informed in a effluent the Santa Fe chain, becauseof be the most reasonable parcel of property at the in- A copy of a letter was read mission:
letter dated November 26 sewage and additional on City its relative smallness method of disposal, he said. tersection of SR-230 and from the Regional Sanitary
from the city's consulting property some However, DPC would be Bessent Road, in front of the Engineering Department to Decided against paying
south of the
engineers, Bessent, Ham- property treatment facilities.existing willing to have the effluent Bradford County Hospital. the city's engineers stating $1.000 annual dues to the
mack & Ruckman, Inc. sewage into McClane is that Florida Electric Power
pumped Sampson The engineers suggested an seeking a change "Auxiliary power
Although the letter was not 2. Deep well disposal. because of its large size. early meeting with the from the present residential facilities are not provided and Coordinating Group, which is
discussed by Commissionersat Schaefer said. Commissioners to discuss the classification to one that will even though the city operatesits working on a long range plan
3. Pumping the effluent to for a tie-in in the
construction of own plant, feel
4 Tuesday night's regular Lake disposal alternatives in permit a power we
OPEN HOUSE session, Schaefer made the Sampson. The MayorCommissionerdismissed relation to preparing their professional office budding. that the auxiliary facilities Southeast.
Brad. Co. Health letter public after the meetingand 4. Spray irrigation of the the deep well facilities plan. He was advised to appear should be added on at least uncollectable-Wrote off utility$1,367.57 bills for in
half of the water supply wells.It .
had each
DepartmentMonday said he given
the month of :November.
is not impossible that the
Dec. Commissioner a copy. Union Issues First Gun Permit In YearsLAKE plant could be out for more -Voted to call for
4 to 6 p.m. The engineering firm than 24 hours in event of a specifications and bids on a
Public invited referred to contacts with the hurricane, and water shouldbe bucket truck for the utility
------ Department of Pollution BUTLER "It has Florida law I found that you protection I would recom- would require. The applicant available at all times for department, and to advertisefor
BAKE SALE Control the state agency that been a long standing policy of had to make application to the mend that the application be should give at least three public health reasons as wellas a used pole truck and
Rummage Sale has just formulated the 303 this board, at least 15 years asI Board of County Com made In writing, stating the character references for theboard's to provide water in the garbage truck.
By Little Woman's River Basin Plan for the Santa recall, to not get into the missioners and put up a bond applicant's name, age, address information and the
Club Fe River, of which Alligator business of issuing gun permits before you could be issued a a past criminal record, application would be subjectto
Saturday 9:30a.m. Creek and the City of Starke ," Attorney Hal Y. permit to legally carry a if any, and such other per a review by the board Sunday Booze Out At WaldoWALDO I
Front of club house tinent information the board before it is approved for a
Sewage Treatment Plant area Maines told the Union County pistol. I am personally "
------ Commissioners, Tuesday, making such formal permit.
GARAGE SALE part December 3. to application A- "For those of you who may Councilman Carp; A number of stores here
Gulf Station for you and today.also one Another Downtown not know who Ray is, let me beggs defeated B. J. Tuten 1. have offered beer and wine on
permit myself
"Or not that he is the of and former W. D. Sundays since 1970 but
Cor. Madison and course, you are for mother Mrs. Alice D. say son mayor only
WalnutSts.by It's About Time"So bound by the action of any Cason my of Raiford., With all thera.es Store DismantledSTARKE longtime county Commissioner Nicholson as mayor of Waldo one package store opened just
Beta Sigma Phi previous board. You can do as and robberies that are Sinclair Bryan, who for a one-year term, Tuesday, this year, has offered the hard
Dec. 7,9 to 12 noon far it's quieter than in you like about changing any in this and time Gem Jewelry, a served the county for many December 2. stuff.
.... weeks," said Sheriff under which going on day Ray pitched baseballfor Carl had. 138 votes Ernest Wigglesworth
----- previous previous policy need kind of Call Street landmark, is going years. Beggs ,
MILTONvs. BHS Dolph Reddish to The the board has operated," he we some said. out of business after a 38 year the University of Florida Nicholson nad 64 votes and B. defeated Emory Estes, Jr for
Region Telegraph's weekly inquiry added. protection, Bryan operation in Starke. many years ago and went J. Tuten had 35 ..otes.A the council Group 4 seat with a
Championship Tuesday afternoon."I Maines' remarks came Nolan L. Woodburn, the from there to the major referendum question on vote of 113 to 80. Percy
Friday Night don't know how long, but after Ray Bryan of Raiford "That's true We're living in present owner of the well leagues in his baseball career. Sunday liquor sales was alsoon Thomas could not run becausehe
Ip.m.BHS it's one of our quieter weeks, had made an oral applicationto different times today from known jewelry store, an- He finally came back to the ballot to test voters' is a state employe and
Stadium I'm proud to say," the sheriff the commissioners for the what they were 15 ago," nounced Wednesday that his Florida and is employed at the approval or disapprovel of the could not get permission to
stated in a far different story Issuance of a permit' which commissioner Gerald years GrIffis business would be closed on or Reception and Medical Center practice. Voters voted againstthe hold public office again.In .
than he usually relates. would allow him to legally said. "I don't about January 10, 1975 by the Division of Corrections sale of liquor on Sundays the Group 5 race,
c-: ef Only case the Sheriff's carry a pistol."I wrong In issuing see gun anything permitsto The store was first openedin ," Clerk Robert Driggerstold from 2 a.m. thru Monday currently held by Charles
Office could report Tuesday those who feel like they Starke in 1936 and pur- the board. morning at 7 a.m. with a vote Womeldorf, there will be a
Slj; i' (!Community was some change stolen by have carried a pistol for need them" chased a few years later by The board amended Its of 132 against and 81 for.WaUio run-off between Jack Gastine
&tatr Bank boys. 15 years in Maryland but when Ed Simpson who operated the newly adopted policy on the has been Alachua and Harold Minnix. Leadingin
"It's about Time!" the I came back to Florida I foundit Following the board's approval establishment during World issuance of gun 'permits to County's only legal Sunday the votes was Harold
sheriff stated, meaning it is illegal to do so. In Marylandyou of Bryan's oral application War II. Woodburn acquiredthe comply with attorney Maines watering hole since the City Minnix with 96 votes, Jack-
Ass..rb N.r. lewd U. time his office had a quiet were Issued a permit by attorney Maines business 18 years ago and suggestions and Bryan said Council in 1970 decided to Gastine, 84 votes, and Junior
rale.l D T..120.000..+ I. by u. _a C... week. "But. we know it won't the Sheriff's Departmentthere. said "Now, wait just a has operated it continuouslysince. that he would make his application allow the sale of alcohol on Nicholson came in last with 63
last...." After researching the minute. For the board's In writing to comply. that day. votes.JULIAN .

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Rehearsal For Norman- JoAnn Green, Randall Norman Wed In Heilbronn Baptist ChurchThe I
I Melissa Pfiester Is -\r-o.-w.-n-e d. pre-T. ee.n Supper ..
_. Heilbron Baptist streamers with lovers knots.A .
Queen Of Campers (\\ Green Wedding Party Church was the setting for the reception was held in the
of Miss JoAnn church annex.
1 marriage
Little Miss Melissa Pfiester, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene supper party Friday. Nov. 22, Green, daughter of Mrs. The bride's table was
age 8, daughter of Mr and Norman were hosts of a in the home of Mr and Mrs.of Lillian Casey, to Randall covered with a white lace 1..r
Mrs. Edward Pfiester of the Roy Clemons grandparents Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. cloth over pink and was
State Farm, was crowned DKG MembersMet the groom, honoring, their son, Eugene Norman of Camp centered with a three-tiered N
and his
Randall Norman
Pre-Teen Queen at a contest Blanding. Rev. Tommy Howe pillared wedding cake topped
held Thursday, Nov 2B, .n November 1 19 fiancee Miss Jo Ann Green wedding performed the nuptials on with two doves. At the base of 1WL2 1
Fort Lauderdale. following the couple's Saturday, Nov. 23, at 7 p.m. the cake was a garland of ivy
The contest was sponsoitd! Alpha Nu chapter of Delta rehearsal. The altar was decorated and pink roses. Flanking the
at the annual campvention of Kappa Gamma, International Twenty-five guests enjoyedthe with baskets of white gladioli, cake were three-branch silver
Associationof of Women Educators, supper. The honored candelabra with white
the Florida State Society daisy pink carna- tapers.
National Campers and met Tuesday, Nov. 19, in the couple presented gifts to their tions pompoms and baby's breath Mrs. Vernon Reddish cut the 1'iLJ
Hikers Association. Methodist Fellowship Hall attendants during the flanked on either side by an cake assisted by Mrs. Lowell
Girls, ages 6 to 12 who are Miss Della Rosenberg evening. arch of lighted candelabra.Ray King
members of NCHA were presided over the business Norman, organist, and Mrs. Greta East kept the
judged in bathing suits, talent, ltyrrt meeting. Committee reportswere Little Women Mrs. Vernon Reddish, soloist, bride's book at a table over-
and dress The five finalists ry given and the resigna- presented a program of laid with a white lace cloth
answered a question drawn at t rM tion of Mrs. Cleo Redding was Plan FormalThe nuptial music. and centered by a five-branch
random from a collection of r. accepted. Mrs. Joyce Weldon, Mr. Norman attended his silver candelabra with white .. ., .
Melissa was chairwoman of Professional Little Women's Club -
questions. son as best man, and ushers
crowned by last year's queen, Affairs Committee, presentedthe met Monday night at the club were Ronnie Norman, brotherof The punch and coffee table :
Kelly Green of Miami. from the Florida Hang rs program "Competence or house and made plans for the the groom, and Wayne was covered with a white lace
Melissa received a $25 chapter of the FSA-NCHA. Incompetence" She was bake sale and rummage saleto McCarthy. cloth. Mrs. Bud Clemons ,jJe
savings bond from the ownerof Melissa, a student in assisted by Mrs. Virginia be held Saturday at 9:30: Mrs. Joe Wilson, sister of presided at the silver coffee ) #
the Holiday Inn Trav-L- Winters School of Dance, Mrs. Combs. a.m. in front of the club house. the bride, attended as matronof service and Mrs. Gene :
Park in Fort Lauderdale Dorothy Salazar, Starke, usedas Refreshments were servedby Final plans were also made honor, wearing a pink, floor Clemons poured punch. : L31
where the camp-out was held. her talent an acrobatic the Bradford County mem- for the annual Christmas length gown with burgundy The newlyweds are seniors'
l bershi formal to be held.. Dec. 20. velvet bodice and long sleeves at Bradford High School and e
tWf 9f2t& r t' 1.'I"" 'TT1i':! tqrMa' tflk p 'rtt"n't"P s.q.Pft Cp f \-Qt'I"'T C'\t ". yt1 lace cuffs. She will graduate with the class of
8 21 '21e.. 'jn9 t8'27 'ct i8 '2''C927 \ '\t1'21&J6 with burgundy
,, 1' ruffled hat with 1975. They are residing on
-- y - wore a pink
burgundy ribbon and carrieda Morgan Road, Starke.
to French wicker basket of

& > a' t, ., 'f6' pink carnations, white sweetheartroses daisy Sandi Morgan .
4 pompoms garnet '
&>> ). ,,." and baby's breath.
11 Honored
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Miss Debbie Green sister
4r: f"t.' ..!.... .. the bride, and Miss Darlene Kitchen ShowerA
'l I 4 Luke were bridesmaids. They

\ ...,.,, 1t' tJ were gowned identical to the kitchen shower was given
.. attendant and
honor wore pink
toto < t 'f/ Tuesday, Nov. 19, for Miss
/ "it ruffled hats with burgundy
... 'U. < Sandi Morgan, bride-elect of
\ :'1t"' 4 ribbon and carried ,French Gary Melvm Hostesses were
wicker baskets of pink car-
Karen Luke, Rhonda Knowles,
nations, white daisy pom- and Darlene Luke, who enter- Woman's Club ChristmasTea
4 poms, garnet sweetheartroses tained at the home of the
and baby's breath. latter. Set For Dec. 11
of the
Vicki Thomas
>> cousin The wedding colors of turquoise -
II Y bride, was flower girl and was and white were used in The annual Christmas tea of 11, at 3:30: p.m. Members may
; r 4 gowned similar to the bridal decorating, and the same The Woman's Club of Starke bring guests.
& attendants. Jeffrey demons, will be held Wednesday Dec Hostesses for the occasionwill
theme carried out in the beau-
4 cousin of the groom, was ring be Mrs George Roberts,
tifully decorated cake and the
bearer. Holiday Tea chairman; Mrs.Janet Turner,

| Let Sawyer Slade Present YouWith marriage The, bride by her, uncle given, Doyle in punch.Among the L.U.31 guests invited, Jr., At HospitalThe co-chairman Denton, Miss; Mrs.Kathy Willie Brown Mae,
5 Thomas of Starke, wore a were Mrs Morgan, :Mrs A.R. !Norman, :\Mrs. M.A.
mother ot bride-elect and
white floor length gown of Bradford County Payne, Mrs Frank Palmer,
Mrs. Cecil Melvin, mother of
de sole with lace neck- Hospital Auxiliary will hold its Mrs Jerome Johns, Mrs R.
I IMAG peau
A Nice TTt\ line, net bodice enhanced with the prospective groom. annual Christmas lea Friday Demorest and :Mrs A. E.
--- wide border of lace, and long IIIJMlJIiIIIJIiIII>wr> "' waw'''-rs Dec. 13, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. McKinney
sleeves with matching lace in the hospital conference ____ _..
g f' Mrs J.R. Kite spent Tues- room. r sa.axYww
veil of
JW :=: c CHSF": : : : .. = cuffs.illusion Her, trimmed length with lace day to Monday with Mr. and Invited to attend will be the Mrs. J. L. Gentry returned
was secured to a bandeau of Mrs. Ralph Collins in Pelham, hospital staff, doctors, Hospital home Saturday after spending
227 I (- Lei @ ( !I t ruffled lace. She carried ,a,, Ga. She' was.accompanied by Board: ministers Health let) days in Macon Ga with;
French cascade of whitedaisy Mrs Malcolm Pownall, Sr. Department personnel her son-in-law and daughter,
= GAS RANGE lH7i1 pompoms, pink carnations, who visited Mr. and Mrs Chamber of Commerce city :Mr and Mrs. Hoist C Brail;
garnet. sweetheart roses, Pownall, Jr. in Tallahasseefrom and county officials and Jr. and family, and Mrs.
h\I '- .. 4 baby's breath and white satin Tuesday to Monday husbands and \\ives. :Myrtle Lee in Atlanta, Ga.

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I Health Department Beta Sigma Phi Garage Sale Set Jennifer Forsyth

Plans Open HouseThe Gamma Theta Chapter of given by Jerry Bailee on the Birthday Party BIRTHS .JUid'lyou:; _. \now .
Beta Sigma Phi held its Rescue Unit of Starke. Baldwin
The next meeting will be at
Bradford regular business meeting on Jennifer Forsyth celebratedher
County Health Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lamb
the home of Mrs.Eve Godwin.
Department will hold "open Nov. 25 at the home of Mrs. second birthday Saturday, Mr.andMrs.W.A. McClaneof and Mrs. Helen Quinn were
Members reminded to
house" Monday Dec. 9, from Ralph Bryant.A program was their are items for the Nov.2,at a party given by her Jacksonville Beach an- Thanksgiving guests of Mr.
4 to 6 p.m. in their newly bring Christmas Basket. parents Mr. and Mrs. Kelly nounce the birth of a daughter and Mrs. John F. Crews. :w
renovated building on N. Bradley ReunionAt The will have Forsyth at their home on Jennifer Rose, on Nov. 30. Chevrolet
sorority a
Church Street. The public is Forsyth Road. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell
sale Dec. from
invited-to-attend.- LakeMrs. garage on 9a.m. The theme for the occasionwas Mr. and Mrs. Houston Mc- Norman spent last Friday at
Kingsley to 12 noon at the Gulf station .
"Little Bo Peep" which Clane of Starke. Daytona Beach.Mr.
corner of Madison and
was carried out with matching ------
J. M. Bradley was hos-
Lisa Alvarez tess at a family reunion and Walnut Streets. tablecloth plates, napkins Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wesley .and Mrs J.M. Mikell of
covered dish dinner on ................................. cups and a cake. Davis Jr. announce the birthof Delray Beach were weekend o Ids.
Birthday PartyLisa Thanksgiving day at her homeon Jennifer and her 12 little a daughter Barbara Diane, guests of Mrs. Louie Bell
Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. David Chris- friends enjoyed pony rides on Nov. 29. Grandparents are Parks.
Alvarez celebrated her The 50 guests attending topher and daughters of Way. and party favors followed by Mr. and Mrs. Guy Starling of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilsonof
Ga. the refreshments. and Mr. and Mrs.
included her seven children: cross spent long Hampton
tenth birthday Saturday when Westownsend, Mass. are
R. C. Bradley, Mrs. Rachel weekend with her parents Oscar Wesley Davis, Sr. of
her mother Mrs. Harold spending the winter at the Fire Sale Trade Ins
Geiger J. M. Bradley Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Dinkins.Mr. Starke.
Alvarez gave a skating party TEENAGE VOLUNTEERSThe Barry cottage on Kingsley
for her and 17 friends at the Mrs. Nell Dearborn of Jack- Volunteersmet tnsawnsgwsessersat+steresesaiwst. Lake. Mrs. Wilson is assistingMrs.
.and Mrs.Robert Tanner Teenage
sonville,Mrs. Carolyn O'Gwin
Lawtey Skating Rink. Nov. 26 at Barry at the Magic
of Baldwin Tuesday night
were Sunday
of the State Farm J. L.
Mrs.serving Alvarez birthday was cake assistedin and Bradley of Kingsley Lake,and visitors of Mrs. J.H. Fields. the home of Mrs. Jim Lawsonto Mrs. Vergie Flynn was a Needle while here. 1973 Olds 88 Royal4Door.
make Christmas
soft drinks at the rink by Mrs. Jack Bradley of Orlando and tray Thanksgiving guest of her Mr J11d Mrs. Herbert Green
I. B. Thompson and Mrs. their families; 16 grand. Gray Flynn of the favors for the hospital sister Mrs.Bessie Faxon, and and family and Mrs. J H. Only 28000 Miles. Real Clean, And A One
University of South Florida patients.Plans were made for daughter. Donna, in Gaines
children 12 great grandchildren Fields were Thanksgiving day
Verda Johns. and several friends. was, ome for the long holiday. their Christmas party. ville. guests of, Mr and Mrs. Owner. Check This Car Out Before You Buy Anything.
Charles Fields in Jackson
ville. $3495

/ Mr. and Mrs.'R.O. Dansby
visited in Mr. and'vMrs. J.B. 1973 Olds 88 Delta
Dansby Perry Sunday.
4Door. One Owner Car With Steering, Brakes and Air
Mr.and Mrs. L.C. Eaily- and
Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves;; and Condition. This Unit Is Ready To Go Anywhere. At

family spent Sunday ''and About Half The Price Of A New One.
Monday of last week at Disney
World. $3195

Local admittances to Brad

Fco You Can Be Sure Of Quality ]' ford week include County: Roy Hospital Lloyd this and 1972 Chevrolet Caprice

J Carlos Jara Lawtey; Mrs.

((5: When You Buy Famous Name Brand Merchandise Lynn Dorothy Johnson Lizenbee, Mrs.Mrs.Carolyn Tina Station WagonOne

a Flint, Jerald Baldwin, Mrs. Owner Wagon With Air Condition, And Many of

14S 1oM From Eagles Smith Betty Jones Mrs., Janie Mrs. Marlene Thomas the Popular Options. Also Brand New White Side

..................................................:.......... and Mrs. Ruby Sutton, Wall Tires All The Way Around. Clean.
Starke; Alvin Couey Lake
Geneva; Mrs. Ellen G. Stanley $2895
G <<''l>-' Missie Keystone Heights; Ruben
Parker and Eric Nugent of
() % 0\ Dress&PantSuits % Hampton.Mrs. .
:q} 1972 Olds 98 Sedan

.........:...........5................................... One Rack Mr. and. Gladys Mrs. Steve Weldon Weldon and 4-Door Hard Top. Only 31000 Miles, And Loaded
and family of Macclenny were With Equipment. We Sold This Fine Road Car New,
Coordinated; Sports Wear Marked Thanksgiving guests of Mr. For You. "Save Here."
and Mrs. Earl Edenfields in And Now Its Ready
; 2 5 .
For The Junior Down $3195

..................................... T 0 and Mrs. Charney
Famous Names Williams and daughters Mrs.
Ellis Griffis and Vicky, and 1974 Ford Short Wheel Base
Large Group From Our Size 6 To 20 I grandchildren, David
Williams Jr. and Dana Fleetside
40 % Williams, spent Wednesday to
Nationally Advertised Brand Friday with Mrs. Williams' V8. Four Wheel Drive, Four Speed. With Factory Air

.......................................... mother, Mrs. Sena Cooper in Conditioner. Save Money Here. '
Morehead Ky.
Size 3-13 1

:...................... .......: Blouses Miss ie Sports Wear Ben Rowland was admittedto $3995
: 7 Group Knits North Florida Regional
: Purple Honey Comb, Asst. Tops Prints &. Some Of Our Major Brand week Hospital, Mrs.Wednesday Rowland of had last as 1973 Chevrolet Short Wheel Base

Solids Short & guests Thursday to Saturday,
Plum & : Names In Color her son-in-law and daughter, Step Side
: Sleeves i Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Marshall
Two Tone Green : Long Coordinated GroupsSpecial of Apalachicola and Mr VB."Four WrieelDrivi sour Speed.. Ready To Go In
: "" "'*md Mrs. David Head of Fort
The Woods 'Or Over The Road.
tI tINvy
1 Group In Woven Lauderdale.Mr. .
; p ants' RUSS Berry, Green,.
and Mrs. J. R. Weldon $2995
Green& Blue : Black -
....................,..........: All Cofrrs( Mix & Aileen and family Saturday of Jacksonvillewere overnight * * * * * *
I Brisk Teal I Green
guests of Mrs.Gladys Weldon.Mr.
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Match Grouo Large Selection
It's Also Demo Sale Time -
and Mrs. N.L. Udell of
All Of Menomonee Falls, Wis will be
One Month Early On MARKED DOWN Friday overnight guests of his Check Out These
Lounge Wear sister, Mrs. Harry Mooty.
Sale Now

EveryJunior FOR FAST SALE. & Sleep Wear and Jacksonville Mr.daughter and Mrs.were,Jimmy Allison weekend Meyer, of '74 Chevys And See Just

of Mr. and Mrs
Dress & PantSuit ........................................ Gowns & PJ guests Howard Meyer.Mr. How Much A Dollar

Brushed Nylon Dacron
and Mrs. Herb Herres

In The Store Special/ / Cotton/ NylonPanties and Thursday son,and Joey Friday spent with Mr.last Will Buy.

Robes and Mrs. C.L. Moore in

Pre Christmas Brushed Nylon Dacron Cordele, Ga. Jim Law/son's/ Car *
All Colors Solids & & Cotton Nylon Miss Martha Dennis of 1974
Marked Down Ocala was home for the long Chevy Caprice4Door
Pww......._...._. Prints All Styles Quilted/ Cotton weekend.
Hard Top. Loaded With Equipment. With Only
Including Strings Quilted Nylon
/ / On All Mrs. G.J. McGriff,Sr. spent 4000 Miles. Sticker Number C4891. Save Over
Speca20 By Vanity Fair Wednesday to Sunday with
Gilead Mr. and Mrs. G.J. McGriff, $1000 Here.
Jr. and family in Gainesville.
% Off DressesHoliday Mlsi ElerneEvelyn
"Eaton Jordan' Car
PearsonBedroom Mr and Mrs. Houston : *

On All Ladies & Jr'' / Pant Suits & McClane visited Mr.and Mrs. 1974 Hard
.. ................ Slippers W.A. McClane and baby Chevy Impala Top

Plain & Fur Trim Long Dresses To MatchMen's Saturday.daughter in Jacksonville 4-Door, Light Green, Power Steering, Power Brakes,

Coats Air Conditioned. Only 2000 Miles. Sticker Number
Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison
Men & Boys spent Thanksgiving with her C4887. Save Big On This One.
mother, Mrs. R.P. Hipps, in
Give Them The Gift Waycross. Ga. and also Doylt Griff is1 Car *
Lasting From Eagle De Vanes visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles

SlacksFarah Large Selection Men's a over Meyers the and weekend.family in They Atlanta attended 1974 Chevy Impala Sedan4Door

the GeorgiaGeorgiaTech
Van Heusen Knit Suits football game in Athenson Post. Power Steering, Power Brakes, Air
With Saturday where their Conditioned. Only 2500 Miles. Sticker Number
f'' grandson, Danny Meyers is a
i & Arrow
il Matching \ 1d qqs NOW Tech.quarterback for Georgia C4871. Big Savings Here.

Gold Shirts $6995 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boyer Bob Milner1*.Car* *

; \ 1 AndTies of Palisades Park N.J. spent
"' si Thursday to Tuesday with his 1974 Chevy Impala Hard Top
i ra Cup N Men'sSport mother, Mrs. Ella Moody.Mr. .
4-Door, Tan, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Air
t Socks By CoatsSuperba and Mrs. C.H. Fink and
Sticker Number
family of Green Cove Springsand Conditioned With 2200 Miles.
Beau o s Mr.and Mrs. Mike May of C4889. Again A Big Savings Here.
V !I NOW Ocala Were Thanksgivingguests
'rbq of Mrs. W.H. Hart and
& Brummell family.

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PanelA TELEflKAPII December: 1971

. Nancy Marie Gay Becomes Bride Of Mr.. GentryMiss BPW MembersMet Rhonda Sue Alvarez

Nancy Marie Gay bride, Stephen Hill of Alber- satin skirt with lace edgingthe BIRTHS November 26 Birthday PartyLittle
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. marle, N. C., Reggie Gay, skirt. Centering the table
Jerry O. Gay of Starke, cousin of the bride, of Atlanta, was a four-tiered wedding The increase of bad checks Rhonda Sue Alvarez
became the bride of Jack Ga., R. W. Milner, Jr. of cake with flowing fountain of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Craw and the action of merchants to celebrated her third birthdayon
Donald Gentry of Louisville, Starke, and Joe Wynes of apricot colored water Mrs. C ford of Kingsley Lake an curb it was the main topic of Saturday, Nov. 30, at a
Ky son of Mr. and Mrs. Cole- Lakeland, cousin of the L. Colgin,Jr. of Milledgeville, nounce the birth of a son, discussion at the November party given by her mother,
man II Gentry of Asheville, groom. Ga. and Mrs R. M. Gay of Phillip Andrew, on Nov. 22 in meeting of the B.P.W. Club Mrs. O. R. Alvarez, Jr. at
N C on Saturday, Nov. 23, at Miss Vivian Calhoun, of Atlanta,aunts of the bride cut Alachua General Hospital. held Nov.26 in the Chamber of their home on Bayless Highway -
8 p.m. in the First Baptist Atlanta, Ga., served as maidof the cake. Flanking the cake b Grandparents are Mr. and Commerce building. '
Church. Performing the nup- honor, Bridesmaids were .> were two silver candelabraswith Mrs. Howard Douglas of Mrs. Bea Kimmons, A pink, green and purple
tials was Rev. Ben P. Bryant. Misses Beth Gay, of Atlanta, white tapers decoratedwith Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. president presided at the color scheme was used in the
Hev George L. Colgin, Sr., cousin of the bride, Linda apricot Fuji mums and Gerald Crawford of Kingsley meeting. Correspondencecovered decorations of crepe paper
uncle of the bride gave the Haas of Tampa, June Hardyof fern. Lake. Great-grandparents are state standing streamers, balloons and
wedding! prayer. Valdosta, Ga., Pam Tuckerof The two punch tables were Mrs. Pansy Strickland and committees and highlights of clowns. The birthday cake
Mrs. L. A. Canova, organist, Starke and Linda Wynes of covered with satin cloths and Mrs. Amelia Crawford. the fall Jacksonville district was decorated with three lazy '
and W. B. McKinney, violinist, Sanford, cousin of the groom. centered with silver punch i Gainesville, Mrs. Iva meeting. clowns on top and was served
presented a program of The attendants were gowned bowls. Presiding at the punch Douglas, Brooker, and 1975 has been set as the In- with ice cream and punch.
nuptial music before the alike in apricot chiffon in anAline bowls were Laura Carpenter, .V) Graham Crews, Kingsley ternational Women's B.P.W. Favors were given to .each
wedding.! Mrs. R. W Milner, silhouette and an Judy Whitehead, Lou Ann Lake. year with the third week of child attending who included:
Jr soloist, sang several empire waistline with a candy Thomas, Joy Andrews Mrs. February for special recognition. Chucky Smith, Kellie Bald
selections. striped, bibbed bodice and full Debra Alvarez, Ester ----- The meeting closed aftera win, Blain Thornton, Lisa
Highlighting the altar were bishop sleeves, also candy Romero, Mrs. Robin Akers, discussion by Della Rosen Moody, Ricky and Randy
two white wicker fireside striped, with vouching at the Mrs. Bobby Taylor, and Mrs. ; Mr. and Mrs. William berg of management and Alvarez; out-of-town guests
baskets filled with white glad- high neckline and edge of the Otto Seimer ;j Harper, Jr. of Starke an- details on accounts, and were Jason Alvarez of
ioli, Fuji pompoms, white sleeves. An apricot satin bow Pouring coffee were Mrs. A. I 4 4r nounce the birth of a son, women's place in financial Atlanta, Chanda Griggs of
mums and baby's breath. The secured their short veils of R Norman Mrs. Virginia "\' Kenneth Dale, on Nov. 25 in circles. Jacksonville, and Rhonda's
choir loft was flanked with an illusion. They carried arm Darby and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr. t.(',. Alachua General Hospital. The December meeting will aunt, Mrs. DonTilley, of West
arch of light candelabra bouquets of two apricot mums at a table covered with an /! Grandparents are Mrs. Ella be a Christmas covered dish Hollywood.the .
banked with greenery. Also on tied with! apricot satin bows embroidered ruffled cloth. Martin and Mr. and Mrs. dinner on Dec. }6 at 7 p.m.
the choir: loft were two tree with streamers. The hors d'oeuvres table was t. William Harper,Sr. of Starke., with an exchange of gifts.Advent ,
candelabras banked with Little Miss Lisa Shultz and covered with a lace cloth and \,\ I
fresh greenery. On each sideof Master Carter Shultz, centered with a silver candel- I I
the altar were two ad- daughter and son of Mr. and abra with white tapers. .. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Wreaths Made 'I
justable candelabras banked Mrs. William Shultz of Starke, Assisting in serving were I ,. .I Odom, Starke, announce the Of Methodists I
., By Group
with fresh, greenery. The pews were flower girl and ring Mrs. R. G. Paterson, Mrs. R. birth of a daughter Leigh -
were marked with white satin bearer. Lisa wore an apricot W Milner, Mrs. Don Neel, Ann, born Dec.3 in St. Vincent
bows and fresh greenery. In dotted Swiss floor length gown Mrs. J. E. Hardy, Mrs. W. S. ,. .. \.. Hospital. Families of the First Metho- lighting of the first Advent
each of the windows were with white ribbon sash at the Haas, Mrs. Betty Register k ,r ...__.....IIIIII... ...... dist Church gathered in the candle and service. Taking
in the service
white single candles and empire waist. She carried a Mrs. John Greene, Mrs. Fellowship Hall Sunday even- part were Todd
greenery. natural wicker basket of fresh Winker Canova, Mrs. Warren Mrs. Lee Akridge of Lake ing to make Advent Wreaths and Cana Schmidt. Songs anda
Mr Gentry attended his son white daisy petals. Mrs. W. L. Shultz /, j Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Bob under the direction of Mrs. J. closing prayer were led by
as best man. Ushers were The bride, given in Mrs. Gary Brewer, Mrs. Don Nobles and family of Jackson T. Carver. Hev George Harper. Mrs. Joe
Greg Gay brother of the marriage by her father, worea Patray, Mrs. O E. Crosby, i __ ville were Thanksgivingguests After completing the Bakken was in charge of refreshments -
gown of white organza Colonial Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, Mrs. of their mother, Mrs. wreaths the group assembledin which were
style. The bodice had a Marion Payne, Mrs Lavon Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gentry Charles Darby. the sanctuary to observe served at the conclusion.
portrait neckline, with a ruffle Andrews, and Mrs. Neil
of Venise lace, enhanced with Tucker.
REVIVALGraham pearls from her mother's Background music was pro-
wedding gown. The long vided by Mrs. L. A. Canova, ,
sleeves were highlighted with pianist, and\V. B. McKinney
**& **&
matching lace, the full skirt violinist. f
forming; a chapel train was Rice bags ofv apricot net : ;:
bordered with a deep ruffle carried in brown wicker ',rD :
Her three-tiered veil of baskets, were handed out by i STARKES LARGEST QUA1JW
Baptist illusion was bordered with Amy Jo Carter;", Michelle ; _
cluny lace and attached to a Sexton Selena Cassels, Beth ,1t Gifts FiS
camelot cap. Her only ornament and John David Frahcis, and I I
was a diamond cross, a Todd McLeod t c '
gift of the groom. She carrieda Following a wedding trip to t JEWELER
cascade of white roses, Fuji the North Carolina Mountains R 'ad
mums, ''pompoms, and baby's the couple is residing in Louis 1 /'
121 breath, with a detachable cor- ville, Ky where Mr. Gentry is .

BrookerRoadBeginning orchids.sage of two white cymbidium attending Theological the Southern Seminary Baptist 1 t tIr. M .:' \ B YOUR GUIDE TO fINE ID |

A reception was held in the !\ Gentry is a 1970 graduate 1 .1
Woman's Club of Starke, of Asheville High School, :,
where the stage was banked Asheville, N. C.. was i E1
Dec. 1115. with magnolia leaves around graduated from Mars Hill 1)
Services nightly beginning white mum plants. On the College in !May of 1974 with aBA ( To Choose
piano was an arrangement of degree in religion. He 1 *
7'30 pm.Special magnolia and fern with a worked during the summer'as ;j N From a Sfi
hurricane lamp over an youth director under the aus- \;
apricot candle in the center. picies of the North Carolina PRICE OF GOLD IS GOING RIGHT OUT
singing on Sat. The receiving line, composed Convention and was a ) ,
night by The Soul Winners of Mrs. M. H.Sheppard, member of the Lognthia 'I D THE TOP
the bride and groom, their Honor Club. } s
Quartet from Bryson City parents and bridal attendants The bride is a 1971 graduate \ 95"%of our Christmas Merchandise was Purchased. Before the Price AT10WSBBIBU
N.C. Services stood in the' lounge. On the of BUS and alter led Mars Hill Increase... and We the
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Page OA TELEGRAPH December5,1971 -

. County Library Building May Go Up In Near Future Judge Crews On Supreme Court .A to/.

., ... .. ... Judge John J. Crews chief The seven will replace'
judge of the Eight Judicial Justices Joseph A. Boyd Jr.
STARKE Can it be building on Call Street, also local accountants. Mr. and at the rear of the old county Theater was remodeled. construction funds the Circuit, is one of seven circuit and Hal P. Dekle on five-
possible that after some 40 for expansion purposes. When Mrs. Sanders, owners of courthouse.It Being aware of the eventual committee sponsored the judges asked to sit on the member panels hearing oral
years the Bradford County vacated, a complete line of Radio Station WPXE, have was at that time that the need for a building of it's own development of "Stuff & Florida Supreme Court benchin arguments in the Supreme \
Public Library will have a office supplies and equipmentwill donated more than $20,000 in name "Bradford County the Bradford County Library Things' and rented the old the last two weeks to hear Court.
home that is can call it's own? be sold from that location. free advertising and sales Public Library"came into use Building Committee, Inc. was Alvarez Store building on Call .pending cases, according to The Judicial Qualifications
According to an action The move is being made to promotion for the benefit of and saw the appointment of organized in the latter part of Street to receive donations of an announcement from Judge Commission! has recom-
taken Monday, December 3, make more space availablefor the fund. the first Library Board by the 1969 for the purpose of raising saleable materials from the Crews' office. mended the two be removed
by the County Commissionersa the sale of office suppliesand The library started in the County Commissioners, the funds to secure a building ublic. That facility has been He was appointed by from the bench for their y
long held dream in the to provide additional late thirties when Mrs. retirement of Mrs. Young, as location and constructionfunds. In operation since April, 1971 Supreme Court Chief Justice alleged receipt and use of a :
minds of many of Bradford space for the newspaper and Jeannette Young, donated her librarian, followed by the Corporate officers at at that location and has been James C. Adkins to serve last secret proposed opinion in a ':!
County's citizens may not be at their present personal collection of library appointment of Mrs. Bess the time of organization were operated continuously at no Tuesday, November 19, and 'utility' tax case that allowed
too far from reality. location on Call Street books to the Starke Woman's Burns, who served for many Charley E. Johns, president; charge to the committee by Wednesday, November 20. utility firms to pass on part of
Authority was given to John and Lee Sanders Club and the club adopted the years. After Mrs Burns John Sanders, vicepresidentand John and Lee Sanders. In The seven judges from all the cost of the corporate In- :
Architect Robert E. Taylor of opened for business under the expansion as a community retired, Mrs. Martha Minx Treasurer, and Martha addition to the time and effort over Florida were called in to come tax to customers. ,1"
Moore,May and Harrington of sponsorship of the Bradford project. Revenues were raised was appointed and has served Sue McCain, secretary, with devoted to the project, the sit on various pending cases Dekle has also been accused 'r.
Gainesville to begin work on County Library Building by rental of books at 10 cents since. Bill Epps, George Pierce, needs of the committee have for two Supreme Court by the JQC of attempting to
preliminary planning for a Committee, Inc., at the old each and as soon as a couple of Serving over the years on John Torode and Mrs. Delano been continuosly promoted by justices accused of judicial influence a Panama City
4,000 square foot library Alvarez Store building on dollars was on hand another the Library Board have been Thomas, serving as directors. Mr. and Mrs. Sanders through misconduct, Chief Justice lawsuit involving a Miami
building. April 12, 1971 "Stuff&Things"as book was ordered. Other Mrs. Muriel Norman, Mrs. Replacing McCain, Epps, radio advertising over radio James C. Adkins Jr. says. real estate salesman. t
Two recent property a sales outlet to generate members of the woman's club Evelyn Ritch, Mrs. Hazel Torode and Mrs. Thomas, and station WPXE. The free ad- ''''' \i..
transactions have brought funds to be used for con- donated other volumes and Cressler,Mrs.Virginia Smith, now serving on the committeeare vertising over the years extravagant or too
about the need for action. struction of a library building, they soon had to move out of Mrs. Marguerite Hall, Mrs. Charles Schaefer, mayor- amounts to thousands of fancy Nothing; commissioner George
With the present location of and since that time have the broom closet and a small Jeannette Kincaid, Miss commissioner of Starke; dollars and is perhaps? Roberts said.
the library site on South managed to accumulate an room at the club building was Flossie Jennings and Mrs. Lee Ralph Bryan, chairman of the responsible for the rapid With the combined efforts of mJ
Walnut Street being pur- inventory valued at $25,000 as remodeled and additional Sanders. Serving on the Board of County Commissioners accumulation of the $25,000 the Library Board, the
chased by Bill Wilson for of the date of the last report of shelving installed to handle present board is Mrs. Muriel Mrs. Lee Sandersand inventory of goods.Commissioner. Building Committee, the City
expansion purposes of the the Library Building Committee the expanding public library. Norman, one of the original Miss Flossie Jennings George and County Commissionersand
Badcock Associate Store, the submitted on The Woman's Club provided appointees; Mrs. Martha Through the efforts of the Roberts announced at Mon- the it that "People who turn the
library has been given until December 31, 1973. A new facilities for the library Dorko, Mrs. Nate Dyal, Mrs. building committee site has day's meeting that the Starke after 40 years the appears library will world upside down are not
August 1, 1975 to vacate the inventory gar the past years operation until it too was Ervin Andrews and Miss been purchased in their name. Lion's Club would donate the have a home of it's own. apt to l he seltingon!!: top of il. '
premises.Bob operation will be taken soon outgrown, and more space Norma Canova. The Parks property located on sum of $7,000 toward the cost
G. Ferguson and John and an audit of the building was needed. In the early The library's next move was Walnut Street, just one block of construction of the library "
M. Miller, publishers of the fund will begin Monday fifties after a new jail had to it's present location on north of the post office, was building.
Bradford County Telegraph, December 9. The audit of the been built the county com- South Walnut Street several purchased for $8,000. It will be "What we want in the way of "
have purchased from w.n. building fund will be made by missioners made availablethe years ago. The site was made deeded to the Board of County a building is something

_Graham'_U rNSrrtmwriwsesarrrrrnrolaaeeswwrxtrrrraerfarrrngwaaSanta the old Alvarez Store Neil Tucker and Associates,_ upper story of the old jail available after the old Park Commissioners. To raise substantial and servicable. !2iLt: 1fr2- Gr J H /

4. .' J Verbal Approval Given For Garbage Plan FundingSTARKE 'O.. .'
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t;:. Claus I It

a Bradford Plan to the Council at their will pick up garbage at homes Bradford County will be used Him
Will Come To County's garbage disposal meeting in Gainesville on and businesses as they have in for handling white goods,
are being rapidly November 15."Bradford the past, and transfer it to the limbs, and trash. The white
r Your House brought into focus followingtheir County's 15,200 containers," Trawick said. goods will be picked up by a
Ik 9i approval by the Depart people will be served by this "It is planned for the con- firm from Jacksonville. The o Wembley TiesManhattan
Christmas EveR i t ment of Pollution Control Officials solid waste program. Equip- tainers to be placed in the trash and limbs will be bur-
in Jacksonville and ment to be used includes municipalities of Starke, ned, with Air and Water Con-
"" -;;' verbal approval of the plan seven 40 cubic yard closed Lawtey, Brooker, Hampton, trol permission, at an Shirts
In PersiaTo I given an okay by the North containers with a compactor and in some rural areas, not estimated once per month,"
Ij Florida Regional Planning. attached to each unit, and one yet determined. At each con- Trawick concluded. '
..', Bring Your Council in Gainesville. diesel truck to pick up the con- tainer site there will be an Jeans Knit Shirts
j- /, Approval by both of those tainers to deliver to a central attendant to be responsible for Approval of the plan was :
I bodies is required before the landfill and return to the the compacting operation andto given in a letter to the com-
Child JoyReasonable county can complete its appli- stationary site.At this site the be sure the garbage is missioners from Frank Double Knit Pants ,1
I cation for funding the $200,000 garbage waste will be dis- properly placed in the con- Watkins, Regional Engineerof ,
project. posed of in the container tainer. Each municipality is the Department of Pollution .
( Rates) Clerk Gilbert Brown said through a hopper and then required to furnish two acres Control, subject to four condi- Belts Bill Folds Shoes
Tuesday that as soon as compacted. A reinforced six- of land for this operation. tions: 1-Assurance by Clay
written approval had been foot ramp will be built beside "The total cost for compac- County of acceptance of all the
received from the North the container for easier access tors and truck equipped to semi-solid material deliveredto Pajamas House Slippers
IL Call 782-3881 i iR Florida Regional Planning for dumping. The containerand handle this operation will be in the site maintained by Clay .
Council, the loan application compactor will be placedon excess: of $100,000. This does County; 2-Assurance that the
would be submitted to the a concrete slab for conven- not include construction of the collection and transfer sites Robes Socks-
For Details I IJiate Farmers Home Administration. ient loading and unloading on ramps, electricity, fuel, would be maintained in a safe -
A the truck. These containerswill repairs, insurance, coverageof and sanitary condition; 3- Handkerchiefs
2 County Sanitarian Jack be picked up once a day in garbage at sanitary land Assurance that the old landfill
Trawick made an oral presen- some areas and twice a weekin fills and salaries, which we sites to be closed would not be
aeiteMawraaeweeeawateo>wueiirneaai7 tation of the Bradford County others. The municipalities estimate will cost an additional used further for disposal of For Her ,k
-- for semi-solid wastes, and 4-
$100,000, an
estimated total cost of Assurance that an operation
would be obtained
permit .
"The Bradford County prior to January 1, 1975. LingerieRobesPantiesBikiriJes
Commissioners propose All of the municipalitieshave
been granted permissionby
financing this program
through a loan from the Farm the county to use the land
Home Administration."The fill site at Keystone for gar t., =
.r Commissioners planto ;. bage'disposal. r* ij .* -
Hose *: Hose I'41
Globe Life use one landfill with Clay Hampton and Brooker will
your will be
County. A contract have to provide a two acre
drawn up with Clay County for landfill site. Hampton's old Hand Bag-Shoes
the cost of disposing of
landfill, now closed, has been
Bradford county garbage in converted to a recreational
this landfill. The Clay County park, and Brooker's, also House
landfill is located on a 114 acre
closed is located
on private
health insurance tract of land near Camp property not owned by the I
Blanding. This land has has
municipality. Lawtey
Dresses Pant SuitsStump's
already had a soil survey done some additional land adjacentto -
the U. Soil Conservation
by S. their old landfill that they
Agency. The water table at
presently plan to use. Starke
this site is 12 feet
over deep.
had at one time planned to
There are no residences or enter into an agreement, Dept. Store
businesses within mile of
a separate from the county, for
this A fence and fire
area. use of the Clay County landfill,
specialistwill BRADFORD
lanes will be constructed. One SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER
but it now appears that only
entrance with good accessible one agreement between Brad Open Later Starting Dec.16
roads to the landfill site will be .
ford and Clay county will be
constructed. There will be no
burning at any time. Clay
County will be responsible for

soon be in the and landfill a supervisor and equipment will be on, You .Will Like Shopping With Us This Season Our 50th Year

duty whenever the landfill is
in operation.
"Two of the landfills in VAN H. PRIEST COMPANYNever

Bradford County & VicinityLET Open On Sunday



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December, 1974 TELEGRAPH Huge!"A

Dinner Theatre Production Set Dec. 12,13,14 I Christmas Parade Entry people YouJnow I IFrom

Deadline Is Noon FridayThe ( Page 3)) Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and
grandson Eddie Schwab of
McLendon of Gainesville returned Saturday
deadline to enter the 2 p.m., Saturday December7th Tallahassee was home during alter a week's visit with Mr.
Annual Christmas Parade, on Walnut Street between Thanksgiving holidays. and Mrs, Edward Schwab at
sponsored by the Starke- Call and Madison (SK-100)). I.he :Merritt Island.
: 1.i Bradford County Chamber of There will be live entertainment
beginning at 1 Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs
: Commerce, is Friday, 1 McKae and Mrs Betsy\ Crawford
the J. W. Kincaid the long
to be followed by spent
December 6, at 12 noon, according p.m. Thanksgiving with
I spent with their sister,
: auction at 2 p.m. weekend
to Chamber Manager Jr. and
John Myers Twelve entries, including I Dr. and Mrs. Mrs C. C. Hoppe, in Tampa.
/ Ipi I IIDIJ Ii The parade is scheduled for four floats had been receivedat I family in Lake City

10:30: a.m. Saturday, the Chamber office Other last Rev. and Mrs. Erik Johnson Mrs.A. W. Anderson of Ventura
December 7th, and all entriesare Monday morning. Steve Crawford Latain Calif is t>pl'lIlhnJIWII
wv yt asked to assemble at 9:30: groups desiring to participatemay blanks at and Matt Her res, Bud Bayles, weeks with her mother Mrs
: a.m. on the South side of the pick up entry in their Scott Salazar, Charles J. G. Caldwell. Mrs. Caldwell
Bradford High School Football the Chamber or phone Holtzendorf and Glenda Epps also has had as visitors duringthe
Stadium on Adkins Street. entry by calling 9645278. Monday to Saturday of past "c.'CkIrs.! Ksma:
1r.. ( Entries must be located in the Cash prizes totaling entries$150 spent last week at a Youth Retreatin Yongue and !Mrs Emory Dean
; f assembly area for judging will be awarded those outstanding. Fincastle, Va. of "'airfield.Ir.! and Mrs
I which will start at 10 a.m. judged the most Lawrence Mack of Micanopy.
Bill Wilson, chairman of the The Bradford Roping Club Mr. and Mrs J.K. (Hard Mr. and !Mrs. II K. T.vus ol
Downtown Merchants will award trophies to the Best and Mr. and Mrs. J.V. Crosby Tallahassee, Mrs David

e, Li Association, announced that Decorated Horse and to the Sr. and son Tommy attendedthe Sanbach and son Sandy ol
iiA11 the final auction, sponsored by youngest rider in the parade. Barry family reunion at Valdosta Sgt! and 1\1rs. T
Association,will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs John Mark Mack and son ol Eaton:

e II Evans in Haincs City on Park Mr and Mrs. T. II.

J _____ Sunday. Rahn of Raiford, and Mrs
HOME' NOTESFROM John I 1). Anderson ol Callahan.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert

Husband Ted (Grover Howard) lectures Nunnette (Alicia X p.m. L1 I Thomas had a family reunion Miss\ Lillian Stump Mrs
Sleffa) and Is told "No, No. Niinnctte": after she vamp to The best friend gets the blame In this scene with l-r( ) Alicia YOUR EXTENSION HOME at their camp in the Scrub on John Grillin. and Mr and
Atlantic City by herself. K\'cry body's play Injr around, or so It Steffa (as Nannette) Richard Jockel Sylvia Reddish Grover ry w Thanksgiving day with relatives Mrs. Brian Hamilton and
dinner theatre Howard. Joyce Williams! > Salazar, Gerald Williams I ECONOMICS AGENT Irom Wildwood Ocala
in the
seems, production to he staged in the 1 family were Thanksgl'ingIIt.'StS
Starkf Woman's Club next Thursday, Friday and Saturday :Marian Douglas Carolyn Canova, and Dina 1'etrt'll.i. 1 and Winter Park attending of Mr allll1\ll's. \\' .F

nights. Dec. 12-11. Dinner is from 6.7:1011.111:: (> Curtain time is ,tk BY KATHY BROWN Lisa Ekard spent the Thomson Tallahassee

I 7 Minor Auto Mishaps ReportedSeven Fox And Walrath SPENDING LESS YOUR FREEZER Thanksgiving relatives at Crystal holidays Hivcr.with Mr tester and and Mrs family KdwurdPI : spent

FOR FUEL ON A HOLIDAY Wednesday lo Sunday in Fort
minor automobile Dodge driven by Robert L. HOLIDAY BAKING TREASURE CHEST Out of lown guests at the Lauderdale with Mr unit :Mrs'
mishaps totaled $2,300 in Strunk 62, Starke, \when Everyone is asking how Your freezer can be the Nancy Gay-Jack Gentry :Jeorge Pliester. and Mrs
damages this past week Strunk attempted to make a Elected In KHA they can tighten their belts family Holiday Treasure wedding in the First Baptist Diane Archer and daughter
according to Starke Police right turn. No charges were and cut the cost of fuel. Chest. Now's the time to cook Church on Nov. 2J: were: Mrs They also attended the

Department, but injured no made according to Wilbur turnout at the election after serving 13 Though holiday baking is one double while you and the bud Andrew Santangmi. Mr and Florida Mute Association ol
one. Waters. 67 percent of the last things you'd want to in the mood. Stock up Mrs G. L. Colgin Sr. and Mr National ('ampersand IlikersAssociation
Elmer Bridges, 25, Starke Handy Martin 17, Starke, polls during the city council years, predicted the win give up there are ways to con- get are mealtime riches for and Mrs II. L. Sutton of Keystone I ('anips cnlinn.Mr. .
driving a 1967 Ford Van driving a 1973 VW, failed to election put incumbent earlier Tuesday afternoon serve fuel both for you and the your when time and Heights: Mrs B. K:
collided with Lucille Raymond stop at the stop sign on North Everett Fox back in for He predicted that Walrath elec- nation. It's all in how you get those days are in short supply. Thrasher. Mrs. S. B. Bethea. and Mrs. '1'. L. ('a!>c\.'.
Dillinger, 63, Starke Church Street and collided another two year term and and Fox would win the organized for this annual money savings will be well Mrs. T. C. Graham Miss; Jr and lanuly were, Thanksgmnn -
Pontiac sedan, w hen with the 1971 Chevrolet driven brought in a newcomer to tion, with Walrath and Red- Your Miss\ Eleanor:
driving a event. worth the effort when you Susie Bryant. tui' Ms ;ol, :Mr. and :Mrs
the anti-votes
he was backing up on Wash- by Margaret Lavinio Sim- politics, Frank M. Walrath for fearn spliting There is a lot of energy usedin need a quick-serve meal on Bryant Miss\ lea I Mae Bryant PIIUll'LIol'and family in (lulllUimmntk '
ington Street going West. No mons, 51, Starke. the other open seat on the but added he wouldn't make heating the oven. So keep it order. Mrs. Langley Bryant Mrs
charges were made.On The 1971 Pontiac driven by council beating out the third any bets on the out come. busy when it's hot. And use it short David Haarala, Mrs! Alfred ('

Friday November 29, Deborah Sylvia Bright, 17, candidate businessman "You never can tell" Watkins what'sgoing to the fullest capacity once it COST-CUTTIMJ Reed" Mrs. S. D. Carpenter. :Mr. and M ll's. S. I.. Peek. ,.1i'spent
Debbie Bohannon, 13 Middle- Law ley. collided with the 1970 Huntley Kedfearn Sr to happen. is hot. Plan for baking a long GIFT IDEASIs Miss Laura Carpenter and \\i'dm'slav toSumlav in
burg, turned too wide when Chevrolet Truck driven by Alter counting five absentee added, but stated he certainly period of time rather than budget on the critical Michael Carpenter of Games :New York Cityhcio they'
she was making a right turn David Padgett, when she ballots Fox was high man on was glad h>; was not healing it up and cooling it off list your this Christmas? ville; Mrs. Dell Lane. Mr and attended the Mac\ parade;
onto SH-lfi when her 1972\ Ford attempted to cross :301 from the totem poll with 192 votes running again.. for several baking sessions Spend less money and give Mrs. Lee Roberts, Mrs. C'l>dc several. shuns I ho :Metropolitan \
collided into the 13! \\inn-lJi\ie to MacDonalds. cast in his favor, Walrath be real fuel saver. and Mr and Mrs
Truck although he stated can a more of yourself by making, Colson opera.' md Itadio, ('II)
Chevrolet Sedan driven by )Padgett\ was charged with second with 169 votes and Fox, in the campaign he With fancier-than-usual baking, canning or growing Frank Caloon and daughter\ :Music Il.i1! (Christmas\ show'
Carolyn S. Blakewood, 311, of no valid drivers license! and Redfearn with 123 which earlier about seeking cookies and other treats that gift. This is not only an Amy, of Trenton;; Mr and
Starke. Bright was charged with violation knocked him out of the running was re-election, applied for a petition you are baking, you may findit your opportunity to beat high Mrs A. E. Futch and children :11 r.und\Ii's.1Ll': : :Milnms.Jr ,
Debbie Bohannon was of right-of-way. after the other two hard to shape cookies as fast prices but, you might redis- and Mr. and Mrs R I. and daughter, Kimxvillc.Trim .
charged with no valid drivers William Henry Tuttle Jr. ofTemple By 11:20: Tuesday of the 122 city 452 candidates, Kedfearn and as they bake. This is a good cover a new joy in a joint Fleming and son Robert ol :Mr and :Mrs :M l'
residents out
and John Bohannonwas Terrace was beaded time to invite a neighbor over the Jacksonville.Miss .
license Walrath, had for family project replacing Mel inn*. Sr nl SI. I'Uorsliuig
had applied
charged ith allowing a South on Highway 301 when their registered votes voters and City placed Clerk, theirs and stated he was to lend her hands and maybe hustle and bustle of long shopping Norma Canova Paul and\ Mr.: and :Mrs.illnn
minor to drive and failure to his 1973 Dodge was hit by an bring an extra cookie sheet. I5arr. ul. I'allilkal'n'
his on trips Paul
McUlave stated this running campaign and
was !; III son.
driver when the cookie Canova
license on idea .
exhibit drivers unknown Another a Thanksgiving guests t nl :Mr
the most people she has seen past service and experience IV were Thanksgiving
demand.The .1971 Toyota Sedan unknown change lanes driver and attempted hit the left to turn out for a city election in to the City of Keystone swap you can with make friends.giant batches Each of of 1>1.SIlO..I STRATEGYMake :'; G Canova day guests of Mr. and :Mrs. and :Mrs J. l'. 11.11111">l l>

D. Conner of his Dodge. No chargeswere years. Heights favorite kind and trade. Jack Bush in East Palatka
driven by Dennery rear your the toughest part ofChristmas Bush returned with his i :Mrs James BaiTon stx'nlNdnesd.n '
61, Starke collided with the made. and This is especially efficient easier this year by Moan lo SuiuUiN with
"I've in to Walrath, bringing new and spent I
seen people come Miss Canova
I9t;5 Pontiac Sedan driven by vote that I haven't seen since young blood to the council, when the cookies call for dif- planning your shopping aunt.the weekend. :Mr iiiul :Mrs. Palo, Ltica.vo. inTallahassee
Jone Harris of Starke. KKTYC.UTIOSFOHKLKI'TIUCALTOYS. ferent oven temperatures. .
Gertie S\ after hearing the strategy
said. said
she "Somebodyhas
when Conner ran a stop sign. : be And, if you have only one Look and listen for shopper Gav
been working awful hardto results, "I'm happy to a !Mr and Mrs. J. O. :
No charges were made. The Holiday season brings get them out," she added. winner, and I'll try to do a recipe to prepare you cacti inlormahon on low cost items Thanksgiving \\eeken Joyce G. Grant. 41. Starke. \\all-to-wall toy displays IIIslorl'S W.ltkins.ho retired good job for the people of easily make and bake larger that are clever creative and spent their son-in-law am I Darbv\ !Pti-kol Lakl'l'lhl'n'
pulled land. 1 want Roy amounts in oven at one takes the IIi' ,iluirmother.
1972 Toyota the your Th.mksnivinn
driving a across from his post on the council Keystone." useful. It not only daughter !Mr. and Mrs J. I) guests
over into the right lane on SR. .to warn you about the hazards this year and did hot seek re- i baking session crunch off your time and Gentry, in Newland: N. C :Mrs..S L. IVok.' Sr
collided ith the 1'1Ji'4"' electrical toys.! Opening the oven creates a shopping
16 and (If plug-in .energy but planned ( to return to Stark I'
Pistol BearingBandit sizeable loss of heat. It pays to helps to avoid impulse buying Sunday Expecting Mrs Gay callei::1 :Miss (Catharine IVok' nl
habit. If
resist the peeking homo Uedws'
and over-spending. L' (Oil.indo II"
they wen
here slat ing
Wed, Thurs, & Fri your door doesn't have a friends stranded at their cottage in 1 I''il dav In :MnndavMr .
Holds close
window, you should keep SAFE" : ('IIIUSTU\i!
Dec 4th, 5th & 6th watch and time the first pan of 1.16IITINGMerry : inches of snow. : and :\11'1: A. Mald\\m

Store cookies. Then trust your Christmas is Christ Loudon VU'ir' 111 IlOlly\toil.. I'illll
and Mrs A. G
Up Jiffy (for to follow. for Mr :
timer pans to mas with safety Lights spent last week w ith I heir son- S.lllllkl to l UodllOSd.lVV ,
The main point
indoor or Mr and I
remember is to keep the oven should be tested" for safety In.laand daughter KM W WWMWKWBMBNMIIMM.Mmifv .
STARKE A pistol bearing | it is :Its Jack Carter, and tamil' 9MWM
bandit stole an undisclosed i in use constantly once These can be identified by the alsc
Ga and t ioiiiimlcil'.
in l uglasville uo an
amount of cash from the Little I heated. And try to concentrate muchas U. L. Label. Check each set of visited t .l Mr and Mrs L M ,.III't Lot hc.ilihml it'surttint
Food Store by the :your holiday baking as lights for broken or crackedsets.
Champ Richardson in Marion. Ala / -" it fall I 'Ul'pOI'(
Farmers Market on North I possible into one day And never use electric over the weekend. .ickne-...s rltllt'l, I
Temple Street Sunday night, I periods. lights on a metalic tree. ....
according to the Starke Police
Department That case and
three others are still under ?
airBIGIirazier investigation by the City PD. AI Florida
Freda liardenbrook '- South:

reported the armed robberyon
Sunday night December 1,
when she went to take out the

finish trash but cleaning stopped the at window.front to -(0 Bradford County

When she did not notice any
automobiles anywhere she

Ucluxe went the trash.around When back she to returned empty Fresh South Fla. hr.Fresh South Fla.POLE .

to the inside her cash register ) I & \
drawer was opened and some \ .

AND FRIES money Then was the missing.subject, a black : =

male, 5 feet 8 inches tall, t\\I BEANS
) ONLY weighing around 170 pounds in < DOZ."i
60C his mid-20's. came out from .
a the end of the counter with a .
i the ....., 3 $1
pistol. He told her to open I ,
deluxe! Our safe and get the money. lie Trpp I '.
i Scrumpdillyishus-ly C"rHlllWH -
j famous BIG BRAZIER tied around the north end of ., ....
the building where he was last %" /
starts with a quarter-pound patty, IIpml'l"tlrprs :
', with all the trimmings- seen.
"We're in for more of this
lettuce, tomato BRAZIER U.S. No. 1 F
t sauce-served on a seeded bun! type thing, I'm afraid says Fresh South

N \ \ \ crispy And BRAZIER of course fries-all, a heap for oft Police According Chief Jimmy to Captain Bowen t BakingPOTATOES 10 Lb Bag LL fyn I I E

only 69t this Wednesday and Harold Crews of the Starke trailerof
$ Only at participatingDAIRY Police Department
Thursday. and Mrs. Charlie A

i e- t at QUEEN stores.Dairy Torode Street in of Starke 1311 West was Madison broken $ 1 99 29CHead
l 4
into Saturday November 30, )
-er' by thieves who forced open a LBS. ,
window breaking the

O o was screen a .22 and caliber window.automaticrifle Taken t WE ALSO HAVE G\\I\"U U\IT\

04 : into strips.and curtains were cut

The Eastern Oil Companyon Lunch Meat '
QOo. Cold Cuts #
O 523 East Brownlee Street r !.
was robbed Monday C
December 2, when a black SMOKED 1 0 -
male, in his late twenties and
wearing a yellow shirt came "
into the station where the Bacon-Sausage

operator, Clyde Conner was EachNormanfs
reading a newspaper and said & Hams
"Hi" to Conner, then sprayed
something on him. Conner lost
his senses for a few minutes
and when he came to the Farm 964-6O71
robber was gone. Taken was
$8.22 from the station and $8
from Conner.

Bradford High School's 617 Market
band hall on West Washington Produce
Street was broken into between -
Queen 5:30: p.m. December 2. Temple Avc.

and 8:30: a.m. December 3,
when an unlocked window was ago; o.

left opened. Two drums were FREE WlthMO.00
damaged $38, checks
totaling Dranr:1es
brazier eRe.. U.S. Pat. Off., Am. D.Q. Corp..Copyright 1974 Am. O.J. Corp,,, and $15'' in coins were stolen, Or More Order
according to Officer J. L..

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Page 10A TELEGRAPH Decembers.$

. Planning Council............... Laivtey TaxFrom .................................................................................................. Smith................. (From Page 1))

(From Page 1)day's immediately on some ( Page I 1) codes by Jan. 1 or go by state an ordinance. Shaw was In- -Appointed Councilman staunch opponent of the water more than 90 days; precedingthe
violations that had already regulations.Ordered. structed to research the Scott road chairman for the system, was running for reelection next election, that a
occurred 1,000 gallons for the next 5,000 an investigationinto matter and present an answer remainder of the year and when he died sud- special election must be heldto
meeting the com- -Approved a proposed gallons and 75 cents per 1,000 whether it will be cheaperto by Dec. 16. okayed installation of three denly Nov. 25 after a heart fill the vacancy.
missioners: ordinance setting forth the gallons for all over 10,000 lease a city police car or "OK but if it's true, it holds new culverts at the homes of attack.The concerned citizens Point of electing the
-Approved plans for the procedures to be followed by gallons.A purchase one since lease rates for every" elected official in the Don Brown O.J. Anders, and first tried a write-in campaign deceased Smith was to force a
renovation and additions to the county when calling for cut off date for bills and a have been increased from$163to state Attorney Shaw said Joe Harley. but that move was special election, thus preventing -
the Bradford County jail bids. Final approval will be penalty for late payment must $240 per month effectiveJan. adding that made him curious stopped when Attorney Gene the pro water system
prepared and submitted by subject to a public hearing on also be decided upon before 1. A decision from because he doesn't rememberany Shaw advised the city to James Waters from gaining
Robert E, Taylor of the architectural the ordinance. the rate measure can be Marshall M.M. Jordan was such ordinance. Perrorm a.deathdelyiag follow state election laws theseat and giving a chance to
firm of Moorej -Granted permission to passed. Rules will also be asked by the Dec. 16 special "If that stands I'd like to which now prohibits a write-in elect a new man.
May and Craig Sellers of Jacksonvilleto established on requirementsfor meeting.Discussed. ask for a car allowance," said campaign unless the can Plans and specifications for
Gainesville. Taylor estimatedthe build a driveway across an hook up and inspections by possible pay Clerk Lucille Shuford tellingthe act. didate has qualified for the the water system are nearing
cost of the project at about old unused county road to the city.In raises for the marshall and council she makes three or election. completion and bids are being
connect his property located other action Monday city clerk but delayed action four trips a week to Starke on Abbie Harley who was to be prepared for opening Jan. 14.
I on Cypress Beach with SR-21B night the commission: after Commissioner Robert city business. the write-in candidate had not The new council member will
-Set a special meeting for Scott said he remembers a "With the economy the wayit qualified so could not seek the take office the first meeting on
o 7:30: p.m. Dec. 16 to consider a 1973 ordinance which is, the city would be wise to post. Jan. 6.
MADI rw. city ordinance on building, prohibits an official receivinga control its spending spree" i I The citizens committee then ....... ..................
electrical and plumbing pay increase in midterm. stated Huelon Herndon."If worked to have the deceased Man i looking at stack t .
.r- codes. The city is contemplating Elected officials must remainon they (the federal Smith elected to the council, Christmas cards ready to
adoption of the the same salary effective government) took a notion to and were successful. The city mail: "This year it l finally
ueTA Southern Standard Codes as when they are elected Scott cut off revenue sharing why charter states, one committee happened the stamps cost
IAtall. has Bradford County. The city said.Attorney Gene Shaw said we would be ruined" com- member pointed out, that if a more than the cards.
.must adopt its own building he was not familiar with such mented Commissioner Scott. Stop sns0 vacancy occurs on the council Guc'dard il rrmAn. King Fojtturpft
d4 sa0..N -- -

rr.rmr Sti cr '

11 11CI1r LiI&1trimthetree:

'IS'A *Sri fF ,. rat a A. :
!;: !
I ; a !

family awith.

savrngs" .

$22,500. The work to be done
involves a general renovationof Mining R u les...
the jail facilities, rewiring, $
reflooring recaulking repainting the windows an arifJ;? (From Page 1)"They've ) "JJ A.\ 1
been for
the construction of a 24 x 32
15 years. They will move in, ., ,..; : ,,
metal storage shed to be builtat "' ,
set up an office, hire some i .". I
of the Bids
the rear jail. on
help, stay for awhile, and then :'J
will be advertisedand
project received January 13, 1974. be gone overnight," Shuford : : Golden T"Cello TAPE Strung TAGS I I1
-With the statutes not
said.The < -
Kerr-McGee Cor-
clear and the I
being too on
.commendation of Attorney poration has purchased a 2,100 ,,'i : .
Gene Shaw, the Zoning Board acre tract of land near ,; & Cards. ;,
to a phosphate
Brooker begin
will name bring instead suits of in the it's County own mining operation there. Official ,l }.. 1/2" 1500'transparent 43 Ct.
attendeda '
Commissioners for zoning of Kerr-McGee J 1 Assortment
commissioners ;
violations. Zoning director L. meeting of the
M. Gaines said that a "testcase" a few months ago and 45 r
needed to resolvethe requested to be invited to any I .
was :-
of the commis- ::
future meeting ,
matter and that
proceedings would begin sioners at which the ordinance 6' 2 3.qIII

would be discussed. ., Artificial Ea.

Clay County .'!,<{< : Scotch PineTREE - -

Tve t 3 AssessmentsFinallyOut ,'BOWS 6 RollCurling

4 .. ;,'

\ 1: Ribbon

Approximately 33,000 reappraisal t, 25 Ct. 3-1/4"wide iiti'
notices were mailedto 3'fullyassembled _.\.: .
Clay County property top. 71 tips help '" Many Colors 600 Ft. 5 Colors

W owners last week, create full healthy .', '"'-
representing a total valuationof P looking branches. ': ': '
$629,314,998,as compared to Scotch Pine va '0 '
H8D&K&MOTORCYCLES a valuation of approximately riety. Rich dark ; '''''':-'ta. ;: C
$255 million in 1973. j green. < :; 3lc:: 77
Due to the delay in reasses- ;.:,.:. : Box
ing all property in the county, tIi.i''i! ,
PARTS it is expected that the tax roll t"\: ?t t" .
will not be received by the Tax f.<% /'"
ACCESSORIES Collector for mail processinguntil "" 'j
late in December. It is "' '
expected that tax statementswill
JAWA-CZ be mailed out early in Christmas Gift
January, or within two weeks ':f\\\,.' '
FROM after the tax roll is received
A 3-HP from the assessor's office. The as..w } /::' .Jumbo Roll:
MINI TO A 42-HP regular schedule of discountswill '." r ..\ choose from 25
MONSTER be allowed, starting with Comas "14 .J" 21 Ct. Box ,# sq.ft. foil or60 ,
the full four per cent in i f sq.ft. paper wrap.
"WE'VE GOT'EM" January. WithMetal I 4 Solid box of Boxed wrap: t
Property owners have until 9 3 f I r designs. r choose from 4-roll
December 6 discuss the new .: d, 25 sq. ft.foil or
SPECIAL valuations of their property I S-roll, 50 sq. ft.
with representatives of f
Stand 1! !
l paper wrap.
THIS WEEK Hunnicutt & Associates, who .,
made the reappraisal.After .
1972HONDASL350 the discussion, if a
property owner still believeshe
$495 has been overassessed he
may file a protest with the
1973 KAWASAKI Board of Tax Adjustment YOUR97Box 8

ENDURO before December 6. CHOICE! ...

250 495 $966 rEa. BU. _

t// L
carU6t Instant SNOW .

GO CQROpportunities ( 'x.TinseIGARLAND ,_t ,

CARTS Christmas Christmas
for Service
: Non-flammable
13 0 AerosolSprayOn I
Sunday School, z.
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worshipat CARDS LIGHT SETS 2" 45'1' : !
LAY-A-WAY 11 o'clock; Church SiI.r&Goldcolor /
FOR I Training, 6:15:; ; Evening Worship ,

CHRISTMAS POULAN MondayJunior, 7:30.: Bell Choir, '}( :f' S HRISTtl13 !I > -il '

3:15: ; Girl's Ensemble, 6:30: ; """" f6EE LIGHTS, 'J
CHAIN SAWSMOTORCYCLES Youth Choir, 7 o'clock. 7 4 '1 : 51i1'
Tuesday Junior Choir 77? mi I
3:20.Wednesday Family Night ." LIGHTS ON
Supper; 15-17 year Acteens
6:15; Sunday School Workers
Mtg.. R.A., G.A.; 12-14 Ac- Christmas STOCKING Sasheen RIBBON STAR-
teens; Mission Friends World ; '
FINANCING, Friends. 6:30: ; Hour of Power. U Tree "' ,
AVAILABLE 7:30: ; Church Choir Practice I
ba,_.. Top
STARKE CYCLE 8:15.Thursday: :. It b-o/fJcidl.-.cuament/ .
Inspiration and
Visitation 9:30: ; Music tr. 40 FedNI Ofu"( =' '' I. .

CENTER 7 Makers o'clock.Choir, 3:2: ; Visitation &t:4;: z1: j 25 Ct. C-9H" outside light set. Colorful lights. Mwv2.14
304 E. CALL ST. c. ._ 35 ct. double flasher multi-color cactus lite sats. ,
Ben P. Bryant,
964-6020 PastorVARGOPRODUCE FabFw

09.1/2 25-lire $266 9fillb 99C ,
40 Ct. 77C outdoor actII8 '. 8 Colors, $ 198JL
...L set set 89 3 widths lt9tI with: $

1 EL 180'beg. lights Ea.t .
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(Old Dowling Curb Market
) Christmas Tr" SKIRT Tinsel GARLAND. ORNAMENTSs


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( 9 to 8 Mon., Tue., Wed ??.

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To Host Milton For Reion Playoff '

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Milton High School will visit off Allen a lot. problems for us in the fact pounds, is big and strong. He 177 pounds, and John Masters, for us because he is a very knock heads, according to the meets Aburndale. This will be
Starke Friday night to take on "Milton runs from the short that they are so big and our is not fat and slow but quick 153 pounds, are quick and physical player and is going to scouting report. the teams BHS has a possibi-
the Bradford High gridders slot, which is not very com- offensive linemen are going to and tough, according to the tough. Both play off tackle be hard to handle one on one," "We have three movies on lity of playing next week. In
for the Region 1 championship mon around here and they have to do an exceptional job scouting report. well. says Hurse. Milton and they look tough in Region 3 Tampa Jesuit visits
after both teams took have perfected it," says of blocking because of their Tackles Richard Johnstonand Linebackers Calvin Walker, Another threat of the Pan- all three of them," says Coach Venus and Region 4 Belle
District titles during the Coach llurse. "They have size," says Hurse. Russell Mezick, both 250 6'1 and 212 pounds, and Mike thers is monster man Jack II urse. Glade Central goes to Hollywood
season, as the state football given many people problemswith Milton's defensive down pounds, are both tough and Barnes, 170 pounds, are quick Bonner, 150 pounds. He is a games I iwillbeplayedFriday Chaminade.
play-offs begin. it." men average 185 pounds each. strong and break blocks good. and plays real well. "Walkeris tough man, comes up on plays night. In
Milton will be the biggest "Milton is going to present Noseman Doug Winslow, 236 Defensive ends Eddie Brand, going;\ to present a problem like a freight;\ train and he will Region two Ocala Forest
team that BHS has faced this CagersTo
year, especially the defensive -
front. The Panthers have an 8- L BRADFORD COL
2 record for the season, the qN -anaa ins- hrP
two losses to 4A schools, Pen- rI Meet
sacola High 15-14 and orts
Tallahassee Godby 129. Brad- SP
ford's only loss was'to Gaines- UnionSaturday
ville Buchholz in a 23-0 shut
down, the second game of the Page IB Decembers,1971

season. .
This is the first time BHS w
has been in the state playoffs
since 1965. The Tornadoes Bradford High Cagers will
have never lost a playoff Tigers Face face local rival Union High
game. Both times BHS went this Saturday night, Dec. 7, in
into the playoffs in 1964-65 the Starke opening the 1974 BITS
teams won the state cham- Basketball season with two
pionship. returning lettermen on the
Milton has six players on the First team.
team that went to the state Play-OffFri. BHS will go into the game
playoffs two years ago when without the services of Donnie
the Panthers were knockedout Sewell, Sheldon lodge, David
in the final game. LAKE BUTLER Union tackles a game. David Brannen. Brannen McMillian, and James
"Milton is the biggest team High will host Crescent City in Freeman White captains doesn't have that many Aldridge who are still playing
we have faced this year. They Lake Butler Friday night at 8 and calls the signals for the tackles under his belt but football in state playoffs.
are very big and aggressive' p.m. for the Class 2A RegionOne Tiger defense. He has gotten Coach Jones attributes that to The junior varsity game is
says Head Bradford Coach Asa football playoff after the about 145 tackles and assists his 6'4, 214 pound size and the to start at 6:30: and the varsity
David llurse. "Offensivelythey Tigers ended a perfect 10-0 this year to lead the Tigers in fact that teams don't like to game at 8 p.m. at the Brad-
like to run the ball rightat a record this season. that category. "lie is our run at him."Danny ford High gymnasium.
you, but we are used to this This is the first time either Curtis on defense," said Hazen has come to "We have had a group of
type of attack and we realizeour team has been in the state Jones. be a real steady quarterback young people practicing for
defense will have to be on playoffs and the first time Playing on the front defense for us and he is probably the about three weeks. They have
its toes to stop the Milton Union High has had a perfect for Union are Seddrick most improved player on the been working real hard and I
Matt Hull gets this Jimmy Prevail for 15 yards against North Marion in th..last regular
running attack. record. Union is ranked Warren, Doug Barnett, and team," says Coach Jones. am looking for a real fine
Milton's leading rusher is season game. number two in the state and effort Saturday night," says
Paul Wesley, who totaled 813 Crescent City has been ranked . .. Head Basketball Coach Mike
yards in 137 carries for the seventh. Sexton.In .
regular season. lie is also the "They (CC) have a lot of the original schedule BUS
team's leading scorer with Whips ability.Any team that is in the r was to face Eastside Friday
nine touchdowns and two Bradford playoffs is as good or better ,. '. night, but that is impossiblesince
extra point conversions under than you or they wouldn't be \ Sexton coaches the
his belt. He is the strongest there," says Head Tiger 1 ,; ..".'r- defensive line on the football
back BHS has faced this year, Coach Jack Jones. "The team team.
according to a BHS scouting that makes the fewest mistakes Expected to see action
report. NM28-0 To Land and makes the breaks Saturday night for BHS is

Panther quarterback Tom will win." Elva Hampton, Wayne Berry
is Jones summed it up with Willis Berry Daryl Moody.
Dorsey,170 pounds, a strong
excellent football slang "Who wants the Alfred Ross, Reggie Green,
quarterback, an
and has good leader win most." a. Robert Best, and Jay Godwin.
ship runner qualities, according to Berth In PlayoffsBradford The Tigers will be going into Hampton and Berry are the
the scouting report. Running- the game with an offense that two returning lettermen.

back Mike.Ledet; 1.6IU pounds? ..., ..., has crushed most of its opponents Willis Berry Daryl Moody
nas this year and a Alfred Ross, and Robert Best
is the quickest bacK and is mis:: High Gridders puta late in the first quarter after a BHS was in front 7-0. defense that has held its opponents are all)juniors up from the.IV
faced this a good
year 28-0 whipping on North 40 yard punt return by James The BUS kick was down at to less than an Godwin is a sophomore and
pass receiver, according slot to- Marion last Wednesday nightto Aldridge and a short drive by the NM 34 yard line and the average of two points per Green is a senior."I .
the report. Playing is Harold posi- land a berth in the Class 3A the Tornado offense for the Colts had another chance to game. Seven of the UC games am expecting another
for Milton
tion Alternate state playoffs to start Decem- score. move the ball. In three plays were shut outs. good basketball season, we
Neely, 176 pounds. is theteam's ber 6 in Starke. BHS got the ball at the 27 NM had moved eight yards to Union's main weapon is have set our goals high and we
fullback Kirk Dorsey This is the second shutout ina yard line of North Marion the 42 yard line before punting senior runningback Curtis Sir- want to be number one in
second leading rusher row for the Tornadoes after after the return. On third Aldridge again had a mones who has racked up an Beaver UeSue falls over the goal line for a BUS touchdownlast everything," says Coach
with a total of 432 yards in 82 rolling 34-0 over Eastside last down sophomore quarterback good return for 40 yards, just impressive 1,800 yards this Wednesday night against North Marion. Sexton.
carries.. week. Now BHS faces Milton Jimmy Prevatt hit Matt Hull one tackler from a touchdownto season averaging about seven
l Milton's offensive line aver High School for the Regional for 15 yards in the air to put give BIIS the ball at the NM yards per attempt. This total I. .
ages 186 pounds per lineman. playoff at 8 p.m. tomorrow the ball at the 15 yard line witha 25 yard line.Reddish was held down due to the fact
At center is 209 Don Caldwell. night on Bradford Field. first down. Then leading got a quick seven Sirmones sat out a lot, letting Thomas Oil Company
I Caldwell is big and strong and rusher Tommy Reddish broke yards up the middle on first second and third string
an excellent blocker, accord- BHS almost completely loose over right tackle for 10 down then three on) the next players take over.
I ing to the report. dominated the game shutting yards, just short of a first play for a first down at the 14 "I I think we have a chance of
the North Marion offense down at the five yard line. yard line, the last play in the winning, but it is a matter of 603 S. Walnut Kerosene
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. BBS Effort Against Colts Yeilds Berth In Playoffs Bradford

Whips. .
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"Our execution was fair but games. Their tackle play has performances. Barber's the first half and about two secondary Coach Denny
our kids were not as psychedup been good this year. signal calling has provided us minutes of the second half. Hansen. Aldridge made one a (From Page 11))
for the game as they would "Our two linebackers, with good leadership all "The second string came in interception for BHS against quick yards from runs by
have been if it was a bigger Dwight Barber and Early year" says Coach Sexton. for us and did a good job," North Marion. quarterback Herbert Wilker-
rival," says Head Bradford Chandler have turned in good Pooser has led the defensein says Hughes. "We should have made w son to put the ball in Tornado
grid coach David Hurse of the tackling this year. He is James Aldridge was named three or four interceptions, territory at the 49 yard line.
North Marion game last Wed- ranked eighth in the Big Sun defensive back of the week. because we were usually in An incomplete pass! and two
nesday night when the Torna- Conference in tackles with 57. "He played another respect- the right place at the right five yard off sides penaltiesput
does rolled 28-0 over the Coltsto Pooser led the Tornadoes last able game for us," says time," said Hansen. the ball back to the 39 yard
land a berth in the State week along with Haas with line with a fourth down and a
playoffs. seven tackles each. Hodge punting situation.
North Marion was the last of made five individual tackles EEflEFGEG f A hard long punt by NM
Four steps the Tornadoes had and Hildrelh made three. r, pushed the Tornadoes back
to conquer to qualify for the "Marlon Thornton and down to the one yard line.
state playoffs, to start in Donnie Sewell were named r First down Reddish scram.
Starke I Friday night when the offensive linemen of the :: bled for nine yards then on
Milton High School will meet week. Thornlon did a good job second down broke loose up
BUS for the Region 1 playoffat against a man that we thoughtwas the middle for 25 yards and a
8 p.m. the best noseman we have Senior riinningback Tommy Iteddlsh burst up the middle first down at the 36 yard line.
faced this year," said Offensive by Nell Crawford for short yardage against North Marion. BUS was moving the ball
At the first of the season the
Line Coach Bill Hughes.
slowly from that point and a 15
defensive tackle positionswere Sewell did a good job of don Bradford Bassmasters had
Bassmasters held their yard personal foul call stalled
the most questionable on field blocking all night and the drawing for the two prizes November tournament.Sa tur- 11 Deer Taken In WeekEleven the drive and BUS had to punt
the team. But to
according + made two good blocks near they were raffling off and day on Santa Fe Lake. I'began for the first and last time of
Sexton the tackles have been a .)aincs Aldridge interceptsthis the goal line setting up touch- Lucille Moore and Eldon Sapp at 7 a.m. and ended with the deer, including the Three hogs were killed in the night from the 46 yard line.
the defense. North Marion to "
strong point on help
"Jimmy Clark and Mark Hil- ItllS in the 28-0 shutout puss last downs. were the receipients. of the weigh in at 6 p.m. first 10 point buck to be killedin the past week, bringing the The Colts got the ball, but
dreth have had two fine Wednesday night. The string only played prizes.Lucille. This was another boat this season, were bagged in total to 37 this year in which could do nothing with it and
Moore won first tournament. The boat that the Camp Blanding Wildlife hunters report more hogs in fourth down came up at the 25
-..... prize, an Ambassadeur 5500-c landed the most pounds of Management Area during the Blanding than last year. The yard line. A high short punt
I reel and custom rod. Eldon black bass was the winner. week from Nov. 24 to Dec. 1, 37 hogs killed in the first 23 rolled out of bounds at the NM
Sapp won second place, an The group was paired as according to Wildlife Officer days this year more than 29 yard line.Second .
Ambassadeur 5000 reel. follows: Pat Welch and Curt Jim Schatz.An doubles the 14 taken last yearin down Prevatt con-
Congratulations to the two Thompson; Bill Tilley and 11 point buck was killed the same period. The takeon nected with Hull for 15 yardsfor
winners. We know you will Jody Starling; Dwayne Alday earlier this season, the first in quail, cat }squirrel; and a first down at the 14 yard
.r enjoy fishing with this fine and Earl Muse; Guy Caverleyand three years. rabbit is also up this year. line. After a one yard run,
tackle. Don Thompson; Neil Eight deer were slain and Fewer fox squirrels, snipe, Prevatt hit Beaver DeSue for
S-r-R-E-T-C-H Bassmasters would like to Crawford and Alvin 2,660 hunter visits made to and wood duck have been four quick yards to put the ball
say "thanks" to all who pur- CooperJ.E.; Denmark and Camp Blanding the previous taken this year. at the nine yard line. Then a
S-T-I-T-C-H, chased tickets for the Julian McRae; Don Brown, week, Nov. 17-23. There were Turkey season opened five yard off sides call against
[ [ drawing.Voleyball. Bob Allen and Dale Johns and slightly over 3,000 hunter Monday morning in Blanding. North Marion put the ball
Lamar Williams and Mike visits made to Blanding in the It remains open until Dec. 22 further down to the four yard
:; Scanlan. past week, hunting up a bit because when the entire Blanding area line. DeSue ended the drive
C PFAFF J T-I .l@l ProgramTo Denmark and McRae were of the long Thanksgiving will be closed for all hunting with a touchdown. The Prevail -

... .--_ Get the winners. Crawford and weekend which resulted in for the 1974 season. kick was good and BHS
.., \ UnderwayStarke Cooper placed second in the three more deer killed than In the week from Nov. 24- had a safe 21-0 lead at half-

SEWINGMACHINE.. 1 Recreation Depart tournament. the previous week.In Dec. 1, 13 quail were taken, time.
ment's Volleyball Programwill Bill Tilley says "Santa Fe the first 23 days of the 202 cat squirrels, 20 fox BUS got the halftime kick at
-J' get underway, this week Lake separates the men from current hunting season 156 squirrel 2 snipe,and one wood the 39 yard line after a short
with the Women playing on the boys." deer were taken in Camp duck. The previous week, return by Hull. Reddish ran
1' \ Thursday nights and the men December 14th will be the Blanding, up 16 from the 140 Nov 17-23, saw killed; 5 hogs, the first four times for 7, 4, 7
PFArF. .the only sewing I anllb..IL 11: on Tuesday night. date of the December fishing taken in the same period last 21 quail 183 cat squirrel, 14 and four yards and a first
machine with the Matchmaker The minimum eligibility requirement tournament.This Tournamentwill year. fox squirrel, and one rabbit down at the NM 39 yard line.
matches plaldund all types "a"r, for both leagueswill be held on Little Orange Then Beaver DeSue did the
of fabric wnlla you tawl Lake near Hawthorne.It for three
HOLIDAY PRICED be High School Seniors. running chores plays
.. The first women's session will will begin at 7 a.m. and gaining a total of 17 yards anda
.;V. machine with Push-Button the only tewing r be Thursday, December 5, will end with a weigh-in at 6 h first down at the 22 yard line.
.' .or. Stretch Stitchesl, Saws on button, 7:30 p.m., in the Old Armory. p.m. Since the bass have been Prevatt connected' with Hull
':of. makes buttonhole Registration will be held at biting the shiners are real for 15 yards again on first
Come In and compare perfect machine for that time. The men will begin good. down. This made the third

teen to grandmother. their sessions, Tuesday, I pass of the night from Prevail
December 10, 7:30: p.m. Regis- Good Fishing to Hull for 15 yards. On the
M & M Sales & Service ,. tration will be held at that Neil Crawford. next play Reddish burst
Bradford Cheerleader time also. -- ,-- through the middle for the last
Cathy Lock cheers her team toa For additional information of the with 7:39
I World Wide Ptctumpmcnts I score game :
444 G Starke Plaza 2H-0 victory last Wednesdaynight call the Recreation Department -' ; left in the third period. The
against !North; Marion. 9646792. Prevatt kick was good and
r f BUS had the 28-0 lead.
SPE North Marion's only scoring
threat was in the fourth
a quarter when the Colts moved
A down to the 13 yard line.Three
incomplete passes by the Colts
H yielded a fourth down. Then j
Ernest Gordon rushed only ]
g left tackle trying for a first!
t. down but was stopped for one!
.Give yourselfca yard and BUS took over at the!
V- i ; :- .. h' ,, ._ h 17 yard line and held the bail

asA .->t J.. for-lhe rest of.the gam-.,,,

.am,..ors. "' ..,.r'. _
Merry Christmas Wesley Sheffield proudly displays. his :ghtirtbck; ; ; :; STATISTICS- a
killed last Wednesday afternoon in the Low cry Lake block INS NM
at Camp Blanding. 16 First DownsYards !<'
194 Rushing 6$
54 Yards Passing 34 I
Give Yourself -). 25SIOO Penalties 6S |
PC PA PI !24.1
jet-propelled hockey
2 FumblesPunls ,0
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Dec. 8 At 7:30: the roster of new family cushion of air as it is jet-

sports games from IdealI propelled by a player on Meet DCSaturday J

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"We are not very big, but we
are quick and have good hand-
i 0 301 ling coordination," says
ys junior varsity Basketball
Coach Reddy Cox of this
81 rMldGY rl. season's team.
,a '" I ISI0aMf191Ir1YEfB 1 ,em.teusol..f DRIVE-IN BHS will have a squad of six
0 1f6 ninth graders and four sopho-
e. 11 mores, two of them returning
Fri&Sat"Jeremiah from last year.
I MmqNARLTONNEOTON The two returners are Char-
I f4 ley Revell and Kenny Aycox.
'TMRtt't'tIND IN JACK LONDON 9 The other two sophomores are
l f1 ,eu r.'t CALL OF THB WILD" Johnson"PLUS Anthony Franklin and
6TOwV OF aNeNaxaeaN.Il11Los Franklin Bell. The freshmenon
ntllAttOfT IIT| "PG""The
MOIU***CIU*>I the team
are Kenneth
: ES1 ./ Hampton, Freddie Aldridge

Gsu.IsoEt Dare Devil"SUN Jerome Bass, Harold Laver-
t.Starts son, Billy Ricks, and Terrell
Tomorrow & MON "We have good ball hand-
"The ling offensively and defensively
says Coach Cox. The

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ironed out, as in any new t "!I I 7i'F6 Gerald D. Griffis of Route 1,
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are pleased with graduated from recruit train-
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July and now being should'i ing Center. Cape May N.J.
but are sure they can The training included in-
on the second crop Ayer and Prevallstand in front of their 24 x 100 foot, plastic-covered greenhouse hick holds struction in seamanship,
be planted in from 700 to 800 tomato plants, up to IS feet tall. damage control, close order

mature in March. r rA drill, lirst aid marksmanship
trouble at first, due aI Coast Guard history .and
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tion of heat and qi'
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700 to 800 plants. In lettuce, onions, turnips, larger. They range in price LA
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Only The Old Mule Is Missing i

From Local Cane Grinding SceneThe + 4tn, p 4ttl
aNr+e" k a+Mu ,i iA
h \

smell of boiling syrup is and on, around the cane mill, too, we get syrup that is just and turned to sugar in the
the same, the roar of the as long as the owner keeps it the way we like it-the way we bottles. "You've got to watchit
lightered knot fire is the same, supplied with gas. remember it tasted back on like a hawk and dip it up at trr
the tedious "skimmmg-off" the farm." just the right time, or it'll turn
process is the same- but a Last weekend the Hutche- to sugar,' Charlie said.Theterm"canegrinding".
tractor has replaced the son brothers, Charles and The Hutchesons grow their
stubborn old mule that used to Rudolph, were going through own cane in small patches atCharlie's is
provide power for the mill to their annual fall ritual of home on SR-230, east really a misnomer, since the
juice from sugar making syrup, a family tradition of Starke and Rudolph'shome stalks are not actually groundup
they have observed every off the Brownlee Road but the juice is pressed out
cane. year since they grew up on a west of Starke, where the of them by running throughtwo

Though not as picturesque, farm along Bayless Highway."We grinding and cooking oper- immense rollers, mounted i
perhaps, the tractor is a more ation also takes place. upright, and turned by a long '
reliable source of power than could buy syrup just as timber sweep attached to the ti
the old mule since the latter cheap in the stores, and save This year they 'cooked off" tractor.As r'h' ,
might balk if too many cane ourselves a lot of work," says eight boilings in their 60-
stalks were fed into the rollersat Charlie, "But we really enjoy gallon kettle, making about 50 the cane juice pours from w. p
one time, but the tractor making it, in spite of all the gallons of finished syrup. Onebatch the mill it is strained through fir, .
doesn't stall. It just goes on time and trouble; and then, cooked a little too long cloth covering the juice .1 41'F d
barrel, and is then poured intoa )pRf
huge iron kettle, mountedover v.
a roaring fire of lightered
Point of viewRegional....... ....... ... ..... ............... ........... .. ........ knots. As it comes to a boil,
form the
foam begins to on
surface and the "cooker"
must stand by with a flat pan i
Plan attached to the end of a long t
NecessaryAll pole and remove the scum
(skimmings) that forms, I r
dumping it into a container -
for that ,
things considered it appears that jects in the interest of our area do not purpose.

the Bradford County Commission madea infringe on the rights or work to the' There was a time when the

wise decision Monday in voting to join detriment of adjoining areas. 'skimmings,' containing a
forces with the North Central Florida large percentage of sugar,
were dumped in a barrel and
The importance being attached to
Regional Planning Council. now allowed to ferment. The liquid
the Planning Council is evidenced by the was drained off and distilled

The advantages to be gained from fact that most projects, county or muni- into a powerful alcoholic drink

membership in this increasingly significant cipal, to be carried _out with the use of commonly referred to as
far outweigh the cost Federal funds, will not be approved "skimmings. It had a rather it from the mill and
organization sweet, "mashy" odor and as poured Albert Prevatt feeds stalks of sugar cane Into the mill, where juice is squeezed out between two
of twenty-five cents per capita, which, without the sanction of the Regional sometimes was given double was scooped up from the huge, upright rollers. Juice runs into barrel! at left, where it is strained through cheesecloth.
based on Bradford County's estimated Planning Council. strength by running it througha barrel in homemade gourd
Some liked to to
would about second time.Perhaps dippers. get
15,000 population, run
the grinding early in the
$3,700 annually. This stipulation is currently cominginto this is one of the morning because the juice
play in the application for Federal reasons that cane grindings, always tasted better when it
Bradford County has already received funds by the City of Keystone Heightsfor in the old days were such was good and cold.

valuable service from the Council, which construction of a sewage disposal festive occasions, with friends
supplied the personnel and expertise to plant at the Keystone Airpark which is and neighbors gathering to Standing by the mill to catch
the juice made it
conduct an outstanding land use studyfor owned by the City of Keystone but is mill help, stoke and bottle the fire the, feed finished the the drinker to "duck"necessaryfor each

this countya project that has located in Bradford County.The product. Children took turns time the heavy timber sweep
brought us recognition as being in the riding the mule around the revolved, and you could
forefront of Florida counties in this City has applied for Federal mill, and there might even bea usually tell the fellow who had
which is vital to assistance in the amount of of bit of "hoe down" music partaken of the "skimmins"too
important area, our a grant from the ever-present fiddle often and too well. He
future orderly growth. To have paid for $800,000 and a loan of $900,000 for this player who turned up at most would be the one with the most

this study in county funds would have project which has been tentatively country gatherings.The knots on his head..but by that
involved much more than the modest approved by the Farmers Home Ad- time, he would be "feeling no

amount it will cost the county annuallyfor ministration subject to approval by the cane juice was con pain," and didn't seem to givea
sidered quite a treat to drink anyway.
council membership. North Central Florida Regional Plan-

ning Council. It will be interesting to see

And this will not be the end of its ser what the Council's reaction will be aftera

vices. The Council stands ready at any study has been made of the possible

time to send in experts, trained in various impact (if any) of a sewage disposal County Agont: By I ....

fields, to lend assistance to the plant, located in close proximity to a Bobby 1

county in any area involving planning, number of fresh water lakes and the Rote b00k

zoning, and growth, in which it may Santa Fe Swamp which is a rechargearea Taylor )

need help. At the present time it is for the Florida Aquifer. Ii &r ri sn4 ,.

rendering valuable service in assistingthe ) "'" .. -i
county in a solution of its solid waste According to the Keystone application ft. %
Most folks have
complained about recent cold
our temperatures
matter that the I
disposal problem- urgent sewage disposal system will because they were too pleased with the rain that l
somehow must be solved by next serve a population of 1,200 initially, withan preceded them. Maybe the moisture and cooler tempera- :" tJIiI

January 1. ultimate design population of 20,000. tures will spark some much-needed growth in our winter pas ....r? ; -. J -
tures of and clover. ,, "
Specifications state that "Effluent will rye, ryegrass These conditions also seem
Time was when each Florida countywas be chlorinated, and disposal (of effluent) to make turnips, mustard and collards taste better than when i\

an entity, all its own, enjoying will be by means of seepage pond-spray they are j grown during dry warm periods. Tomm>- Cason performs the important function of skimming of the skum that forms! on top In

"splendid isolation" in taking care of its irrigation system. Disposal of aerobi- Speaking of greens, its surprising that there are many the boiling syrup, w hile Rudolph llutcheson bottles syrup In the background.

own problems. But, as was remarked by cally digested sludge (solid waste) will more winter gardens growing in our area. I guess that inflation -
the poet John Donne many years ago, be by land fill." and rising food costs have caused a lot of people to try
island" neither is no their hand at growing and preserving more of their own food.

"No county man an is island an in our modern- complex It is studies such as this that Bradford dig Two and examples store sweet are questions potatoes I've and had how recently to cure and about can how pork to FORESTRY Terry Reedy (oa4aaa! ( ( l J I

world, operating independently of every County could not possibly make for itself products.
other county. In matters of pollution, and which point up the need for our IN BRADFORD COUNTY Farm Forester

water controleven sewage disposalour -- participation in the Regional Council. Gardens livestock and poultry for home use can be a W PPLLJOQ( : -

interests are interlocked, and it is Again, we commend the Commission for money-saver if managed properly. They certainly can be a

for this reason that a Regional Planning its farsightedness in taking this significant source wholesome of fresh and,healthy high quality hobby.food However and,in some many folks cases invest a Tree planting time is uponus public can appreciate as they \\illiamS.IIaas!

Council is a must-- to insure that pro- and long-range action Monday.Ford's too much in equipment and supplies, produce more than they once again in Bradford pass by.Since. Veterans Service Officer

can use or sell and wind-up spending more for their producethan County. planting of these trees You only have* a few more
they would pay at the market or grocery store. is few weeks to complete In-
This year the Gainesville only a days off, I your
District of the Florida Divi- became concerned with our come Questionnaire before
I Model- T RemedyPresident We are very concerned that there has been a big reductionin sion of Forestry will be givingall extended dry weather. the January 1, 1975 deadline!
strawberry acreage no expansion in poultry production, 13 of our work center and Checking with DispatcherFred More than 100,000 persons in
and poor prices and markets for beef cattle and hogs. fire tower sites face liftings Johnson of the Starke Florida who received income
through the use of trees. These Work Center, I was informedthat questionnaires with Veterans
Ford's televised con- The Ford Costs of production and labor problems have also bothered sites are located in Bradford, this area is nearly 14 Administration pension
press calls for
proposal a paltry tobacco and corn producers to the point that many are hesitating Union Alachua, and Putnam inches below normal rainfallfor checks for November must
ference Monday night did nothing to $500 million for public service jobs, to make plans for next year's crops. Counties. 1974. We have only return them January 1, instead
reassure us of the practicality of his pro while a House labor subcommittee has received 48.4 inches this year. of the customary

posed $.1.5 billion cut in next year's fiscal just approved an authorization oft Some of our farmers are looking for new crops or enter Here in Bradford County we The worst part is that November January 15 deadline.VA .
budget. In spite of Mr. Ford's wishes, it billioneight times as much. prises to replace those that have not been profitable in the will be planting trees at the fell far short of its 5.9 officials explained that
is hardly likely that a Democratic Con- past few years. One example of this is a new venture by Starke Work Center, SantaFe average with only 1.2 inches. the new deadline was set to re-
( and Louis Hill( tower sites Hopefully the .9 inch of rain lieve the annual in
south of Starke. have
will cutback based Mansell Ayer and E. M Prevail They a
gress approve a Nothing is more disturbing to the we received on Saturday will
during the next two weeks. We of January
"Greenhouse" tomato operation that is in the middle of their preparation
largely on trimming welfare programsand national confidence now, as in the depression first They are harvesting tomatoes now during our plan to plant dogwood and be a start of increased rains to checks when pensioners returned -
veteran benefits at a time when of the 1930's, than the ever- frosts crop.and freezes and have been able to find a local marketfor redbud to add beauty which assist us with our tree plant the questionnaires
those who can least afford it are being widening wave of job layoffs, which their crop. (See related article in Telegraph by Mr. Gene these species offer through ing project.also If any of you folks near or after the former
are planting trees
hardest hit the double threat of :Matthews)II their beautiful flower dis now, January 15 duadlme.
by unemployment spread like a chain reaction from one in- plays. Sweetgum and live plan to water them if possible.

and inflation. dustry to another. Such a chain can be I have had several calls in past years about the feasibilityof oaks will be planted for shade You may consider postponing Under the law, VA mails
questionnaires to veterans on
broken only by a strong government a vegetable greenhouse operation in our area. This is an and beauty as well. Sand pine plantation plantings for a
More than $3 billion of Mr. Ford's proposed program of public work. This, of course, opportunity for anyone interested for a hobby, part-time or will be planted around the short while if this can be sion non-service-connected rolls, widows of veterans pen-
Hill easily arranged.
cuts would come out of medicare, will involve vigorous tax reform mea- commercial operation to talk to Mr. Ayer or Mr. Prevatt Louis and Santa Fe sites receiving pensions based on
veterans' benefits, and an assortment of sures going far beyond Mr. Ford's about the cost of the greenhouse, production potential and in Bradford County, as well as the non-service-connected
welfare programs, while only $381 posed surcharge affecting only those pro in expected returns first hand. They will be happy to show you County.two sites located at Putnam Thinking of tree planting reminds death of a husband, and certain
their time.
at inform
operation any me you that
million would be trimmed from the parents who receive
the medium income bracket.In .
the Division
of Forestry Nur- the
defense This beautification monthly checks because
budget. I have had other inquiries about the possibility of startingold stems from Gainesville program Dis- series still have some speciesof service-connected death of a
Following Republican tradition, there spite of the problems that beset the enterprises again. For example, a member of our local trict Forester A. G. Mc- trees left. Slash pine and veteran or serviceman.

seems to be little concern in the White nation Mr. Ford revealed nothing Mon Chamber of Commerce asked about commercial this rice week pro. Cullers' belief that the Divi live Regretably oak are the still dogwood plentiful., redbud Officials noted that most
day night to indicate these problemscan duction in our area and Florida. Another request sion of Forestry should offer pensioners! must file question-
House about the effect of its economic was for information on starting a Class B Dairy for milk and red cedar are sold
sites that the naires each There are
policies on low-income Americans, while be licked with a broad grin and a goats. picturesque out for this year. year.
some noted.
exceptions it
WIN button. It would have been much
those in the higher brackets continue to Those 72 years old or over who
suffer least.Already more reassuring had he shown genuine You might wonder what t we do when we get such requests.We BRADFORD SCIf00L have been on pension rolls
concern and indicated readiness to work check with our specialists al the University of Florida for LUNCH MENUDECEMBER _ during the last two consecu
according to U. S. Govern- out a comprehensive, bipartisan program the best and latest inlormation available. We then work with 9-13 tive years are exempt from
ment figures, nearly six million Americans with Congressional leaders for the the person as they analyze the information and assist them in routine reporting; however,
are out of work and new claims for stiff dose of medicine this nation needsto any way we can if they proceed with the project.and We are Bradford County Elemen- Friday Hamburger gravy, they must report income
to improve expand
unemployment insurance totaled "what ails it." always looking for opportunities tary School and Middle mashed potatoes, green changes when they occur.
396,000 in October alone. cure agriculture in our area. School rMonday beans, corn bread, peanut It also was po'mted\ out that
butter bars, milk. some beneficiaries who
Hamburger on normally are exempt will receive -
City Zoners To Hear Petition bun lettuce and tomato and Bradford High School: questionnaires this year
%ORIOd Co pickles, French fries, orange, Monday Corn Dog, baked because of cost of living In-
.p NTpwn milk. beans, cole slaw, mixed fruit, creases In their annuities.
Florida Mae Mulberry The preparation'of an up roll, milk.Tuesday.
atilijjF 4 requested the location of a dated city zoning ordinance V Tuesday Tuna salad on Grilled cheese According to VA. thousands
mobile home on property off was discussed and it was lettuce or chili, peas and sandwich, vegetable soup, of beneficiaries missed the
U. S. 301 adjacent to the city announced that a model plan carrots, orange juice, jello tossed salad Ira peach, milk. former January 15 deadline
C limits at the from the American Society of with bananas, rolls, milk. Wednesday Pizza, green over the years. Prompt returnof
qr BOB-G. FERGUSON -JOHN M MILLER of the regular Boar Planning Officials would be beans orange Juice, banana questionnaires by the new
0 Publishers! provided by County Zoning Wednesday Spaghetti with pudding, milk.Thursday January 1 deadline will avoid
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the) Poet Office at Starke, Fla. under Act Monday night. Director L. M. Gaines.It meat sauce, cheese, tossed Sloppy Joe on delays in next year's checks,
of March 3, 1879. The application will be was decided that a special salad bread, milk.Thursday apple. sauce, French bun, French fries, lima beans the agency said',,Dressing thata
$6 43,SO six months. advertised and a meeting!' will be held to discuss apple sauce milk. special effort U needed this i
Sub\Criptionrateln! area: per year
held Monday and develop a new Friday Sicken and rice year by the late filers to com
meeting will be zoning ,
Outside trade area: $;per year: $4 00 six months. Hot dog on bun I
night Dec. 23, to take actionon ordinance to present to the baked beans, cabbage slaw sweet peas, juice in jello, corn ply with the new (leadline.
Phone 964-6305 Starke Fla. the City Commissioners. bread, milk. The Veterans Service Office
cake_, milk. will be closed December 9th.Page4 !

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Department is offering a Pap
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residents meeting certain

criteria.These are the following: (1) SmokedHamMILD
Females who are previously '!
untested and are referred to
the clinic by the American
Cancer Society, Florida Division
Inc.(2): Females who, (a)
request the service, (b) have CURED _
not had a Pap Smear in the HICKORY SMOKED HAM
past five years, and ((3)) who

are indigent.considered((3)) Females medically who in Butt Portion >,88c L' 14d1
the opinion of the Health Department -
,are considered high '
risk to cervical 1
There has long existed a Half I or Whole' 98CCENTER jj
need for this type service in BEEF PEOfit
Bradford County. Funds were CUTHam
procured through the Bureau
Roast $119
of Adult Health and Chronic -LB.
Diseases of the Division of WI PLEDGE TO FIGHT
and Rehabilitative Services.The Sliced .
Ham $129
efforts of the Uterine LB, 11c
Cancer Task Force of the Quantity Rights
American Cancer Society, QUARTER La. LB ReservePRICES GOOD THURS. DEC. 5
Florida Division, Inc., WINN DIXIE INC
was Sliced Ham $109 P"EIS97
largely responsible for these LB. G 1 THRU WED. DEC. 11
funds being available. The
Bradford County Chapter has

Department the I'or.Bradford further, 964-7732 information County Health call ROUND ROAST CHUCK ROAST ROUND STEAK

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I HAMPTON AREA NEWS Employers Urged To Aid Community National Open House Guard

Guard, Reserve ForcesSince
By Jo ephlM Fontaine Dec O,1:30-3:00
the United States is sonnel costs now represent 56 -
CITY NEWS Mrs. Blonnie Dirkman and depending heavily on the per cent of the defense budget, Company D (Maintenance)
The Council will meetat her efficient whereas the Soviet Union is News will begin with Church
City helpers National Guard and the reserves 11. 53d Spt Bn, the local National
8 p.m December 10. We The Kindergarten class with for its military estimated to spend only 26 to NAACP NOTICE 9:30.: Morning Service at Guard unit will conduct
still have vandalism, dogs the help of Mrs. Noelle Silk, strength, it behooves employers 28 per cent for military per- Bradford County NAACP Communion Service, 6 p.m. training on Dec. 7 and 8.
running loose, and boys with Mrs. Margaret Wadsworthand to help their workersto sonnel.It Branch met Wednesday night, ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKERson St. Johns Missionary Willie Huff-Baptist On Sunday, Dec 8th, the
bee-bee kind mothers, costs $2,000 to Nov. 27. at Greater Allen Church, Rev. will have House
guns. some room participate in the program, per year unit Open
We have several complaintsthat tried l their hand at making a expert. maintain one member of our Chapel Church. All membersand White pastor. Weekly man pastor. Church School, 10 from 1:30: to 3:00: PM for guest
garbage was not pickedup. vegetable soup last week. The says The Guard manpower and Reserve Guard or reserves, but it costs interested citizens are services began with Prayer a.m. Morning Worship at 11. and others who would like to
Some places it was missedfor children brought in many of are "designed to pro $10,000 to sustain a member of invited to watch the paper for Meeting and Terry service Afternoon service, 4 p.m. 'visit the armory. Equipmentand
grams pro Bible
two weeks.No the ingredients used and vide 30 cent of the person- the armed forces on active meeting announcements. Wednesday night. Sunday ser- Prayer Meeting and vehicles will be on displayby
per held each
report from the City enjoyed eating the results of nel strength for less than 5 per duty he said. vices begin with Church Class combined are members of the unit.
SCOUT TROOP 493 School at 10 Union Hourat Wednesday, 6 p.m.CHRISTMAS .
Marshall.No their efforts. cent of the total defense "The freedom of the individual a.m. Persons who are interestedin
report from the Volun- The first, second and third budget," according to JamesM. to choose the time period Boy Scout Troop 493 will 11. Evening Worship 6 p.m. joining are invited to visit
teer Fire Dept. graders completed their studyof Roche. in which he will enter into the meet in the project at Apt. 50, Greater Bethlehem Free- PROGRAM the armory during the open
Santa Claus will visit the American Indian by Roche is chairman of the military services of our the home of Miss Juanita will Baptist Church, Rev. Rehearsal for the Community house as well as others who
Hampton City Hall on visiting the University of national Committee for Employer country is one of the most Griffin. All members are Jasper Williams, pastor. Christmas Program will be would like to see the facilitiesand
December 20. The Christmas Florida Museum in Gainesville Support of the Guard important advantages of the urged to attend. Meeting timeis Monday night, Tiny Tots held at 3 p.m. Saturday at equipment.The .
party will start at 6 p,m. on November 26. The and Reserves. He is former nation's all-volunteer defense 6:30: p.m. rehearsal. Tuesday night, RJE. All participants are
Senior Choir rehearsal. Wed asked to please be present.
guided tour included a film structure.
chairman of the board of annual Christmas
SPECIAL NOTICE depicting the life of these General Motors "The savings to the tax IN MEMORYIn nesday night Prayer Requested by committee. dinner will be served
Corp. on
Mrs. Mary Lou Peeples, Indians. The children were Speaking at a breakfast payer is the second advan- Memory of the late Mr. Meeting. Thursday night Sunday, Dec. 8, by the unit
Lonnie Coleman, Sr. who Ladies Circle meet with Mrs. VISITING
Ladies Aux- authentic tools Roche said.
president of the shown tage
of the JacksonvilleArea
meeting Food Service Stewart (SFC A.
iliary of the Volunteer Fire clothing, pottery and many Chamber of Commerceat Roche urged local businessmen departed this life December 7, James Prince, also Story Rodney Holland, who is I. Covington) and his staff.
15, nine years ago,from this Hour at the Church. at school, spent Thanks-
Friday away
Dept., has called a meeting of other items of interest at the the Robert Meyer Hotel to adopt company policies with his Members of the section are
the regular members for museum. After leaving the Roche said to encourage member-- sinful world of sorrow. May night Prayer Band meetingat giving weekend
Wednesday, SP6 Irvan SP5 G.
per- God keep until his final of Mrs. Rebecca family, Mr. and Mrs. William Padgett,
in Guard and you home
Monday, Dec. 9. It will be at museum a packed lunch was ship reserve SP5 White-
Such said day shall come. For God is too Allen. Also the Junior Choir Holland of Starke. Murphy Jerry
forces. he
the Old Hampton School in enjoyed at the Smokey Bear policies, ,
head SP5 James SP4
The Senior Citizen's room at 7 Recreation Park in Gainesville Recycling Unit should provide military leaveof wise to make a mistake, and will rehearse at 6 p.m. Sundayis Ronald Dell son of Rev. and Robert, Dodd, SP4 Morgan,
p.m. All members are urgedto absence in addition to he is too just to do wrong. Youth Day with Church Mrs. Robert Dell of Fort Lau- Joseph
Callan, SP4 James Griffis
attend. DuelnStarkeEach annual vacation periods, com- (Signed): Wife, Mrs. Jose- School at 9:30.: Morning derdale, was a weekend ,
Coleman, children, and visitor of his grandparents.Rev. SP5 Wayne Prevatt. Somemembers
pensation in full or part during phine Worship at 11. Dinner will be
RECREATIONThe Cardiac Monitor that leave and equal promo- grandchildren. served at 12:30.: League at 4 and Mrs. Roosevelt Dell of families the unit plan to
bring their to the
TuesdaySTARKE Women's Home Mission of Pleasant Grove.
regular meeting of the tional opportunities."Our p.m. dinner and have made
4-H Club was held the eveningof Being Tried( Out military forces will CHURCH NEWS will be in charge at 6 p.m. for this with the
December 2. New officers Reynolds mobile total 3.25 million people," Greater Allen Chapel AME Mt. Zion AME Church, arrangements
were elected as follows: aluminum recycling unit will Roche said, citing figures Church, Rev. R. G. Heastie Lawtey, Rev. Richard Bethel Food Service Steward, when a
President, Harold Waters; By Hospital be in Starke four times during mandated by Congress. pastor. Weekly services began pastor.Sunday School, 10 a.m. ihe Ole' y ii&r count training was assembly.Cpt. taken .during last
Vice President, Peggy Craw- December to pay the public 15 "Thirty per cent of those with Conference Tuesday Love Feast service at 11.
ford; Secretary, Gene Joyner; A cardiac monitoring cents per pound for allaluminum 925,000( people are expectedto night. Sunday services will Communion Service, 4 p.m. yR
Treasurer, Doll Waters; system will be in use at the scrap.In be members of Guard and begin with Church School at 10 Youth Day will be observed Robert L. Kelly, Unit
Reporter Pat Crawford. The Bradford County Hospital for the category of aluminum reserve units," he added. a.m. Morning Worship at 11 Sunday, Dec. 15. Rev. R. E. Commander 5.., stated that
club was shown an interesting the next six months on a trial scrap is included allaluminum To date membership in the with the youth of the church in Lamb will hold a quarterly Former unit commanders,
movie and planned their basis. cans, frozen food trays, units is running about 12,000 charge. Evening service, 5:30.: conference on the third Maj. James F. Bloodworth,
Christmas Party for Decem- The machine, which mea- foil, pie pans, siding from short of that goal. More than All members are asked to Sunday at 3p.m. Maj. Drew F. Reddish, CPT.
ber 20 at 6 p.m. at the home of sures heartbeat, will be lawn chairs stripped of all 293,000 employers representing please cooperate with all acti- New Bethel Baptist Church, (y'/ Richard Jockel CPT James
Royce Joyner. The meetingwas loaned by the manufacturing webbing and bolts, and a 48 million employes, or 58 vities for success. Plans are Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. R. Reddish and Post Com-
reported by Gene Joynerin company at no charge, according variety of containers used in per cent of the work force being made for a church rally Choir No. 1 anniversary mander Col. Harry Hatcher,
the absence of Pat to the hospital board. the kitchen. have signed statements in this month. Friday night, 8 p.m. Saturday "It's funny how boring a Jr. has been invited to the
Crawford.The Cost of purchase of the device TUESDAYS, (except Dec. support of the program, he Free Canaan True Churchof Prayer Meeting and I person is when you want him annual dinner.BBBBBHBBB .
regular First Aid would be about $16,000.()( 24) from 9:30: a.m. till Ham. said. God in Unity Elder Samp- Bile Class. Sunday services I'o listen."
Administrator the unit will be at Bradford - - -- - -- - -
meeting 7 p.m will, at be the held City Thursdayat Hall. George Hospital Canova says patientswill Square US-301. Starke's area . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .

not be forced to travel to citizens earned $1,146.45 last .
FRIENDS NEIGHBORS Gainesville or Jacksonvillefor month for a total of 7,643 .
Mr. and !Mrs. Gene Taylor monitoring, which has pounds collected. .
spent Thanksgiving in Way- been the case in the past. According to David P. Reynolds -
cross, Ga. with Mrs. Taylor's The apparatus allows the executive vice I FOOD EveryDayLowPrice
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. patient to move around the president & general managerfor EveryDayLowPricei ] I
and !Mrs. C. Corwin.Mr. examining room while hookedup Reynolds Metals Co., since
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Crescent City were recent Canova said. recycling program, more than REGULAR GRIND
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. $15 million have been paid out FAI R Pride OR ELECTRIC| PERK :
Fontaine. Mrs. Schaub is Mrs. Cub Scout Huyritle to the public for allaluminumscrap. SIRLOINSTEAKS
Fontaine's sister. In the process, he said,
Tracy and Scott Bruno were almost 6 billion cans have I
in Hampton for the Thanks- On Dec. 7,7-1 Op.m. been recycled, diverted from SUPERMARKETSSTARKE COFFEELB

giving holidays. the litter and solid waste .
Mrs. Lucy McGunnigle, Cub Scout Pack 513 is spon- stream. Last year, Reynolds 320 SOUTH
Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan, Mrs. soring a hayride on December recycled about 25 percent of WALNUT ST.
Evelyn Powell and Don 7 from 7-10 pm. to begin at the cans it produced. z .
Falcon were Thanksgivingguests Pine Level Church. Floridians are presently A VIM ONU*'Burl' OOOO
of Susie Powell. The cover charge is 50 cents recycling all-aluminum cans I $155 THRU DeC Ml If II KVIOm.it74 QUANTITYHIOMTt 89cm

per person. Free refresh- at the rate'of better than 1 U.S.CHOICE' tn p/EtlEdNNaPr/ BAG
Cllt'Kfll NEWS ments will be served. million pounds per month, B U.S.D.JL fODO STAMPCOUPONS
The Ladies Council of Any boy that has finishedthe said Paul Hayden, regional T 1i1 .

Hampton Christian Church second grade or is 8,9 or 10 recycling manager for __ .
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School children all enjoyed a see if wo have your ,i/o or .
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I Johnny Cash Film Linda Jane St. Mark's Mormons Attend Linda Williams .

Slated Williams episcopal' Starke ConferenceMembers Linda Jane Williams, 30, of j A* fii
For Showing Melrose, died Sunday, Dec. 1, Complete Electronic *sft
Linda Jane Williams,30, of ChurchChurch of the Starke in a Gainesville\ hospital aftera
Madison Street Melrose, died Sunday, Dec. branch of the Church of Jesus long illness. She was born in j
Church will present Baptist a film 1, in a Gainesville hospital end Enl Jackson Str. t. Christ of Latter Day Saints Indiana on March 7, 1944 and Rut Tune Up
entitled, "The Gospel Roafl" after a long illness. She was THE RRVjJOHN?: M. KLYNN. recently attended a Stake was, a member of the Methodist
to be shown on tr'f born in Indiana on March 7?, Conference in Jacksonville. Church. j
December 8, at 7:30: Sunday.p.m. 19! H, and was a member of Bruce R. McConkle, a Surviving are her mother, t If!! 2 D D D Most American
The Gospel Road, distri the Methodist Church. Thursday, Dec. 5 Senior member of the Council of the Edna Williams of Melrose, j .... 8 Cyl Cars :;
buted by World Wide Pictures, Surviving are her mother, Choir, 7:30: p.m. Twelve Apostles of Salt Lake and her grandfather, Roy L.
was conceived and produced Edna Williams of Melrose, Friday, Dec. 6 Junior City Utah, was the guest Wilson, Sr., of Indiana. I For Your Convenience
by Johnny Cash and his wife. and her grandfather, Roy L. Choir, 3:30: p.m. speaker. He spoke on the birthof Funeral services were held j 3
June Carter Cash, whose desire Wilson Sr., of Indiana. Sunday, Dec. 8 Holy Christ at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the I
was to tell the story of "its Funeral services'were Eucharist 8:30: a.m. Church Approximately 50 from graveside in Melrose Cemetery i By Appointment Only:
Jesus Christ in a realistic and held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the School, 9:45: ; Morning Prayer Starke attended. The total with Rev. William Fitzgerald j
meaningful way. graveside in Melrose Ceme- 11. attendance was 1.529. and Rev. Ken Griffin I
Adding to the effectivenessof tery with Hev. William Fitzgerald Monday, Dec. 9 Brownie conducting. Arrangementswere
TilE GOSPEL ROAD in its and Rev Ken Griffin Troop fi)4() 4:30: p.m. Clarence L. Lowe in charge of DeWitt C. I Starke 964-5673 i
endeavor to convey reality for conducting. Arrangementswere Tuesday, Dec. 10 Girl Jones Funeral Home of Keyt t
his day are: the fascinating in charge Qf DeWitt C. Scout Troop 614, 3:30: p.m. Clarence L. Lowe 72 of stone Heights. I
treatment of the Crucifixion Jones Jo'uneralHome of Key- Wednesday, Dec. 11 Palatka and Jacksonville, II I Waldo 468-2101
making this tragedy an eventof stone Heights. Brownie Troop, 3:30: p.m. died in the VA hospital in Lake i
significance that reaches City Friday morning, Nov. 29.
from its own time across the FIRST ASSEMBLY Fasliion; Show Set Born in Charleston, W. Va. XMAS Special I
years to take on meaning for OK'WI) fie Old i m& on Aug. 22, 1902, Mr.Lowe wasa 30 Min Service Ra
all men of all ages; and the Sunday School 9:45: a.m. By St. JOhU'8 veteran of WW II, a retired 10 % OffON Includes Points & Condensors
songs mid background music Morning Worship 11:00: III I i '_ III watchman for a lumber :
of Johnny Cash and other out Baptist ChurchSaint company, and a Baptist. ALL Carb.
a.m.Youth Spark Plugs Adj.
standing musicians, whose service 7:00: p.m.
contemporary style is not out Evangelistic Service 7:00: John Baptist Church, Survivors include a brother, MERCHANDISEDuring
iif keeping with the story..a Law-ley, beautification! committee Alfred Lowe of Jacksonville, J Check Wiring & Battery. 3
tory that reveals that His p.m.Wednesday night prayer will present its fashion and two sisters: Mrs. Cora the first :
darkest day has become our and Bible study 7:30: p.m. show I December 15, at 4 p.m. Ilardman and Mrs. Mandy
Fortnight of Dec. Note: 4'& 6 Cyl Cars Slightly Less.
Griffis, both of Starke.
brightest. Dec. 6, Friday night at 7:00: entitled. "Fashions for the *111
t10111pINrlllllfllf( IN 1011 IrBRM1rY11111111. p.m. the First Assembly of "A class reunion la a time 1101 iday." Services were held Monday, The CABARET Resistor Plugs Slightly More
Dec. 2, from DeWitt C. Jones ;
God Church is privileged to when oho school mates get Everyone: is invited to attend
HID I I ) II'' MAM I SDMIllV The Chapel in Starke with Rev. 122 E. Call St. '
present Singing Byrd together; to find out who is refreshments will be R, Colby Ent. Ed Hornsby Owner
1 .
/\HI I 11,11' Lester Austin officiating. Starke .
.1 j '" I I.lift l I IIP. family in a gospel sing. The
fulling apart"L hervi-d. For more information '
iklll ; Burial in Lake Fc
>.11.11 'il Ilic" (OHiii Frampton Family will be was Crosby
call 782-3739.: : :)!
I"p" assisting.The public is invited Cemetery.
(to attend.
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Pecan YieldReduced There will LONG be iiituxiK u gospel: sing IOTAirSBOffEK I Corner Of Walnut & Call St. 964. 353 I
at Long Bridge Baptist
by Church on Saturday. Dec 7, at I : .
7 m. Everyone; is invited to y1
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Spanish MossPecan I 1PJ ." .; ,. "

growers unit other Obituaries i '
fruit and shade tree owners in h'a
this urea are watching/ the
increase of Spanish iniiss on J.M. Reddish
their trees because of the adverse .
effect it will have on ..lilies M. Reddish, ofIarkl' a
their crop, yield.Graduate died Sunday.Dec 1 I. in I
I the iamcsMlli V ;A. Hospital g
Entomologists/( at deer a lung illness. Burn in '
Florida Pest Control explain Lau II'> on Feb :!:2.! 1 W7.! :! lie PRECHRISTMASJEWELRY "
that Spanish moss is not a (Kid been employed us ;a inuin- I
parasite as is rather commonly HliJalll'l'up""ISIIl'! by an siirpKXji -
thought/ hut an air *, nianularlunnn i-tini-
plant having its own seed. It pan: MI; Luke City, was a
suffocates Ihe tree by cloggingits /(/ / \l'lcral01\ \\orld\\'al'II 1 1, ;a 1 ml a g Greatest Selection Women's ItS* Men Choose From Sofia, I
breathing pores..it shades nivmnW ol the First Baptist
out sunlight..it harbors insects chureh.vSurviving Hantffeags In Florida is N
Jarman McGee
and disease organisms.It /( are three sons g Sandy gI
adds weight! and holds lames (Uieddish, trod> Jim \
moisture and during periodsof He _.}J/l ; Eota e
heavy rain and wind it is \\illiam T. Reddish, Starke, u I I
often this added weight that three daughter :Mrs. Carol it -v l lj
causes limbs tocrack or break Stl'plwns.'irgf.tlia Beach ) 1.. 1 I
and of course this makes the Va.: :Mrs. Ui-ltc llodjjes and 6 I a
tree more vulnerable to insects Miss: Susan Reddish both of ,<' )\ \
and disease. Slarke. and :Mrs. Kvaiee C'anIrell I .e \
Spanish moss can be killed Jacksonville: and three Or a
quickly| safely and 1'al1ll'lllldl'el1.' ( I i i
economically. Florida Pest \ ' Control usesa! ,..fepwiaJUfw ".at,ll.a m. Tuesday lu\Vitl} .."" ?1 Great :
n iniila. power spray that kills" (Jones ('hapd"ith Hey..iJU'nP.rya'nl P g
I oll l'I.JlinI/ I Interment' Selection Of
the moss AND its seed hut
,does not harm trees shrubs or leas in Kmgsley J..ke. a
itrass. For pecan trees, spraying Cemeler\ >. I Cedar Crest Work a
must he done during their f 4 ft + 4
dormant period. December tire:' For II
Replacing Just one Shoes Boots g
and ..Janu.In. this area. butter all around braking 5% Costume
Alter spraylug the moss gradually traction pair the new one with I
disintegrates and disappears. the old tire with the most
Florida Pest Control tread suggest the Tire Industry Jewelry aa
offers free inspection and estimates. Safety Council. clearance l
Call them at !1II1I-5713.: .: 4-4- + + 4-4 It ,
could mean a bigger. iM-lter The soft look of a radial tire f I ofwomens' 4 'I Perfect Gift For A t
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trop you year. may be deceiving but not I :
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bulge near the road contact I \ :: M Reasonable Price $1 001It
area Is normal. Chech air
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think the tire is low.'New 6 "\\

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BRADFORD Comiligi New FCC Outreach Program: Aimed At Area Senior Citizens II

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GAINESVILLE Santa Fe and clothing for there already and principal in Michigan. taught near them. operate) ; the nursing homes Federal Employees; Helen
Community exist a number of agencies to "Actually we're hoping to Besides access to a highly are very appreciative; and it Goins Coordinator of Pro
jtl1M. embarked on a new outreach deal with these needs. Our have our classes taught by the qualified project staff, senior appears that we'll be able to grams for the Ederly! Santa
adventure designed to bring primary purpose Is an educa- senior citizens themselves. citizens will have available to get many of our supplies Community College; Dr.
meaningful activities to the tional one though we hope to Anyone interested in leaching them all the resources of through donations from local Lester It. Goldman, dean,
I area's less-mobile older act as a referral service to should contact the Senior Santa Fe Community College merchants," Dr. McManussaid. Community and Evening
Americans.The guide these people to the Citizens College Project at including the college's Sixty- Programs, Santa Fe Com-
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settalMragtnstAlrtr9rrlrtrntr Senior Citizens College proper agency or the agencyto Santa Fe's West Campus, 723 Plus Club which entitles per- The project's Advisory munity College; Sidney
Project, funded by a federal the person to work out W. University Avenue, or sons over sixty years of age to Board is made up of persons Knight member, American
Pick Lot CarefullyIn grant and matching college various problems. We really phone :'J78-5311, extension 68," tuition-free participation in who are interested and active Association of Retired Per
monies, will be actually like the idea of working said Mrs. Erkert, who added the college's credit and non- in the causes of the area's sons; Tom Porter, director I
taking its program into areas through alreadyorganizedgroups I the Senior Citizens Col- credit courses. older Americans. They in- Retired Senior Volunteer Pro- I
HomeA in Alachua and Bradford to set up classes and -' Project personnel arey "We hope this is going to be clude Ann Braden, director, gram; Anita Tassinari, direc-
Planning counties where there are large meeting places, said Project interested in hearing a real community effort andso Volunteer Action Center; 'tor, Older Americans Councilof
numbers of older Americans. Counselor Carol D. Erkert.In TI persons who wish to par- far we've gotten a very Thelma Ford, member, Alachua; and Margaret
well landscaped home price of the home) the "We will be going to com- addition to the project pate in programs in their positive response from every- American Association of Retired Thomas, member, American
having healthy shade trees, package could be completed.And munity centers, nursing manager and counselor, the as or who have suggestions one. The other community Persons; James E. Associ '''i'n: of Retired Per-
shrubs and flowers, and a well very often a few hundred homes and convalescent Senior Citizens College Pro- .o programs which could be agencies are anxious to co Gahan, president Retired sons.
kept lawn doesn't just hap dollars for plants adds centers, retirement apart- ject is staffed by four part-
pen! It takes careful planning, thousands of dollars to the ment complexes and neighborhood lime paraprofessionalstrained & & &W
several years of close at- property value in a few years. schools in an effort to to make personal
tention, and perpetual The time to start con- get to people who aren't contact with and distribute information -
maintenance. The main goalin sidering your landscaping is already served by other to the area's older
landscaping should be to when buying a lot. Much of its agencies, those who aren't Americans.
provide a quality living en- potential landscape mobile. We want them to par- These paraprofessionals, as I
vironment which can be used development and value as real ticipate in programs which well as the project manager, Santa had i
and enjoyed by you and your estate can be determined at will keep them intellectuallyand are senior citizens: who have
family. that time. Consider these physically active," explained come out of retirement to
Ideally, the landscape and factors on the location you are Project Manager Dr. assist other retirees. They are
the home should be planned thinking about. Robert R. McManus. Lila Leach, retired employeeof f
together. For most families, a What happens during the Primary purpose of the pro- DuPont in Maryland; Marie & 4g
house will be their single rainy season? Does water ject is to offer the area's Adams, retired elementary
largest investment. So, every stand on any part of the lot or senior citizens relevant in- teacher in Alachua County your list "
effort should be made to obtain does it soak into the ground formation for daily living in Schools; Waldo Wood, retired ;
maximum value for the quickly? Avoid sites where locations accessible to their minister from Georgia and
money spent. The type of lot poor surface water drainageis homes. Appropriate instruc- Gaston Cooke, retired principal
and how well it is developed evident, or lots where water tional areas might include of Williams Elementary
including landscaping can collects. Excess water can sewing, cooking, consumer School.Dr. .
add to or detract from future hinder construction and make education, the Psychology of McManus is the retired i he'd
property values. If properly growing plants difficult. Aging, nutrition, first aid and director of Secondary Educa- join ourChristmas f,
landscaped, a lot and home Check the soil on the lot andif travel. tion and Coordinator of Grad-
can greatly increase in value. it is very sandy and usually "We are looking toward set uate Studies at the State Uni-
Too often we see a beautiful dry, consider soil improvement ting up a series of programs versity of New York, Collegeof &
home on an attractive site prior to land and participating activities on Oswego,positions held from
with practically no land. scaping.One any topic that will better the 1954-1972.\ He has also servedas IS ft1j:
scaping. With only a little lifestyles of these people. Director of United Nations
planning and minimum ex- of the most important Actually, it will not be our Education Assistance Pro-
pense (as compared to the factors to consider in selectinga function to meet their basic grams in Tokyo and Korea, 45
lot is the existing trees. needs such as food, shelter and as a high school! teacher iitJ fit:

, Hungarian Christmas Bread gift boxes need no ribbon- Club.

come in many smart designsYou've & 4That's

spent weeks -a girl on one side, a boy on
making super jellies for the other-with appropriatetoys
I Christmas giving, but they'll on the sides. A 16-Va" Y 48
never shine under the tree high "toy soldier" box can i; because Santa knows how easy our J

because they've been hus- be used to disguise some- f>' Christmas Club can make holiday shop- ;
tled into an old shirt box thing special for the men in
rTxt' which is bulging at the sides. the house-regardless of J ping! Rather than being confronted with a c4g

" For all the nimble fingers their ages. The decorativebox huge Christmas gift bill all at once, the :
that need boxes ready to go, can hold everythingfrom
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I II w.aa clever new answer. folding umbrellas. f little money each week-and then, just
They're decorated gift Specially for boys and '
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Christmas-you get a check for all'
boxes that need no ribbon or girls there is a friendly pink
An old world favorite, Hungarian Christmas Bread, adds a festive wrapping paper and are and green bear whose body i; the money you've saved- ( ; a" ? tt4
taste to any party menu. The long crusty loaves hold a savory ready to be presented justas forms the package proper.
filling made by combining plump golden raisins with canned poppy & 1I' KfOf
folded in- almost
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holiday touch. to shape. your list there is a parcel
The boxes are availablein post package "tied" in ; 'Tli c Bit n h Wh ere :
r Make the loaves ahead of time and store in the freezer until a square, rectangular con- string and "stamped" for
. few hours before you're ready to serve them. Let the bread thaw. cave, stocking"and hexagonal delivery. U" SIllllrlSlllllllSg
it into the for a fresh, fragrant yuletide treat.
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shapes in a variety of Small items like jewelry,

Christmas goodies made with enriched flour offer your family sizes to hold everythingfrom decorative glassware, ce- Save!
and guests an extra gift of good tidings. They contain nutrients jelly jars to home- ramics and scarves fit FDIC! :
necessary for good health B-vitamins, thiamine, niacin and riboflavin made cookies and candies, easily into the 3-1/a" x S-/z"
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plus handmade pillows, wool box topped by a perky red t1 :
Hungarian Christmas Bread mitten and scarf sets to poinsettia complete with &
2 loaves shirts and sweaters. The designs matching yarn. 4t
4V4 to S cups enriched flour 2 eggs on the boxes include And the soft focus photo-
2 packages yeast 1 can ((12 oz.) poppy cake Slale Bant
Vi cup milk and pastry filling Holly Hobbie children and graphy popular in Soft o mm unit 48
Vi cup water Holly's version of Santa Touch cards adds an elegant -aB
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Vi cup sugar cup stuffing his toy bag and note to a container covered uOfStar
!V cup oil Oil coming down the chimney.One with messages of love g
:2 teaspoons salt Poppy seeds charming box fea- peace and joy.
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flour to make a moderately stiff dough. Turn onto lightly floured - - -v-H-n "
surface and knead until smooth and satiny, 8 to 10 minutes. Shape .
into ball and place in lightly greased bowl, turning to grease all FrIDa. 'i
sides. Cover and let rise in warm place ((80 to 85*) until doubled, !
about I 145 hours. Punch down; divide in half. Roll each half into ,
10 x 12: -inch rectangle. Spread with poppy filling, leaving I-inch i
margin on all sides; sprinkle with raisins. Roll up jelly roll fashion. Mobile* Home fit
Seal bottom and ends securely. Place on greased baking sheet, AI
seam side down. Make shallow, diagonal cuts across top. Brush a
with oil. Sprinkle generously with poppy seeds. Let rise in warm
place until doubled, about 45 minutes. Bake in preheated 350 S '
oven 30 to 40 minutes, or until golden brown. "' From 19J9
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".Iltl':!(' TELEGRAPH December 5,1974


Saturday dinner Mr and Mrs..John Tye, Sr. and spent a week with I
( III Kill ACTIVITIES nival expenses and profit. A came after her on Wednesday dinner
Church or Gal; | Sunday Christmas program will be evening and Mrs. Futch and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- were Thanksgiving son-in-law and her mother Mrs, Sarah
Elizabeth Terry of their
school I 10() Services home Saturday mond Durban. guests Johnson. I'
: a.m Worship presented by the Fourth sons brought her ( and Mrs.
I II I am and 7-'M: ( pm. Grade students. morning. Mrs. Ernest Wells returned daughter, Mr. Mrs .,Frederick Prescott
VI'h: und Prayer ml'ltinSatul'da : Parents are reminded that Mr. and Mrs Tim Harveyare Morris Kelley and family.Mr. Terry Krof, of the home Sunday morning) after Tommy Talley and son, of Mrs. Carl Norman, and Mrs.
and Mrs. Jerry Vogler University of Florida, Gaines weeks with her South Daytona. Other guestsfor were hostesses
i spending five Norman
> at 7:30:: p.niTuilli school will be dismissed early the proud parents of a Darlene
Hiptlsl fliiirtliItiidto on Thursday. Dec. 5, Lawtey daughter Sheila Marie, born and daughters, of New ville, spent Thanksgiving day son and daughter-in-law, Mr. dinner were Mr. and at a surprise housewarming -
Program over VM'XKStarke Klementary: students will be Nov. 29 in Naval Air Station Smyrna, were Thanksgivingdinner with Mr. and Mrs. Hermie and Mrs. Ernest Wells Jr. in John Tye, Jr. and family, Mr of 3 to 6 pip on
1a m Sunday Bible dismissed at I Thursday. Hospital; Jacksonville guests of their parents, Kelly. Huntsville, Ala. While there and Mrs. J. B. Talley Saturday for their brother and
School to\ a m. Worship; Services The Fifth Grade p.m. studentswill Mrs. Willie Dobbs and Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley. Mrs. C. R. Crews and they attended a swim meet in Starke, and Mr. and Mrs.. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Isenberg of Bowling Glenann were Wednesday to Ala. Her grandson James Talley, of Gainesville.Mrs. Prescott and familyof
II a.m. and 7:31): ) pm. be going to the Florida family were Thanksgiving Birmingham Vaughn
School of Bible Doctrine: State Museum in Gainesville dinner guests of her brother, Green Ky.,was a guest of Mr. Saturday guests of her son-in- Ernie Wells, won two Mary W. Springer, Kingsley Lake. They
and Mrs. Gene Eunice and law and daughter, Mr. and Blue Ribbons in the races. Auburndale, and Mrs Waldo lovely gifts.
Tuesday H p.m. at pastor'shome on Friday Dee 6. This trip James Mitchell in Jackson- received many
Prayer meeting will enable students to develop ville Another guest for the family last week. He and Mr. Mrs. Tommy Clayton, and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Town- Pringle of Worthington After opening the gifts, refreshments -
Wednesday 7:11I: p.m. Bible an appreciation for the State'sheritage day was Wayne Gustafson, of Eunice attended TrooperCampbell's son, of Jacksonville. They send and family, and Mrs. Springs, spent Saturday with were served to the
funeral at Wood- went to the home of their Mrs. Pierce Crews.
Irwin Mosley were Sunday her sister, present.
Study and view examples of Green Cove Springs. 30 guests
lawn in Mr. and Mrs. M. A, McClellan was a
Cemetery Taylor Les
Mrs. parents, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.
Pastor A. E. Massey went early Florida folklore and Mrs Nellie Wilkinson, of SmokeySayst
County on Saturday. Clayton, of St. Augustine for Paul Lock and family. Thanksgiving dinner guest .
l"\ plant to Ashland, Ky on materials. Daisy Boch, and Lynn, Mr
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Tuesday and spent Thanks- and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Thanksgiving dinner. The Mrs. Pierce Crews spent her son-in-law and daughter :- r
giving holidays with Bro John I'KKSONALS: ():'; family, and Mrs. Maines Eunice were weekend guestsof Thomas Clay tons brought Thanksgiving day with her Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Reddish I4ELPGARR
and children of their brother and sister-in- them home Saturday night. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and family of the State Farm.
K. Gilpin, pastor of Calvary Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest Griffis THE
Baptist Church, and Editor of and Lamar attended a Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Tom law, Mr. and Mrs Emory Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Mrs. W. S Crews and Mrs. Sidney Harbin and
the Baptist Examiner: since: Thanksgiving dinner at the Whaley and family, of Starke, Eunice, and family of Chattanooga Durban of Woodstock, Ga family, of Jacksonville.Mr. Donna went to Atlanta, Ga. ,, MESSAGE
TO:!). Calvary Baptist Church home of their nephew and gathered at the home of Mr. Tenn. spent the Thanksgiving holi- and Mrs. W. E. Gault Friday to be with Mr. Harbin
served Thanksgiving/ dinner niece.: Mr. and Mrs E. W. and Mrs. Robert E, Smith on Mr. and Mrs. Wayne days with their brotherinlawand celebrated their daughter's and sister, Mrs. Gaynell
which: vas enjoyed by all. Williams of Wellborn on Bayless Highway for a family Massey and family, and Mr. sister, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. second birthday with a party. Mooty, over the weekend. He
While there he met several of Sunday Their brotherinlawand dinner on Thanksgiving day. and Mrs. Spurgeon Masseyand Boyette and family. They She received many lovely returned home with them.
'his brothers in the ministry; sister. Mr. and Mrs !Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders family had a family were Thanksgiving dinner ifts. They served cake and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie
;iinU; conducted: in honor of Bro. George; Summcrlin, of Lake and family were Wednesday dinner together on Thanksgiving guests of another brother and ice cream. Peterson and family of Vero p i5wcWTRYKNp
Ciilpin's :50lh soar in the City, their nephew and niece, night guests of Mr. and Mrs.A. day. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Tom Tatum, Sr. has Beach were guests of their
Callahan. Mrs. Jim Burton of Jack- Fay Durban and family, of New Orleans sister, Mrs. Darlene Norman,
ministry Mr. and Mrs. Donny Williams T. Green, Jr. of returned from ,
(;race l'.iu'h'lh'Hli..t.. : und family met them there fora Mr. and Mrs W. M. Douglasof sonville spent some time with Raiford. Also Mr. and Mrs. La after nursing her and family Thursday" to ft\>\-\\ ..-
her mother, Mrs P. L. Raymond Durban, and Mr. Bill Anderson Saturday Get your bumper sticker
to ,
suiulav School 9.43! : a.m. lamely dinner.Mr. Miami spent Friday daughter, Mrs.
Uorship Services II a.m. and and Mrs. Donald Wilki- Wednesday with their cousins, Dinkins. and Mrs. Raymond Williamsand and new baby daughter. Mrs. Steve Harbin\ 'and son today I
ti .10 |> m. l liiiited I MethodistKtllouship sun had as guests for( the long Mr. and Mrs Oscar Carter Mrs. Leila Pevy, Mrs. Gara family of Jacksonville,
Ii i.::11I)() p.m. and weekend their sister Mrs !Mrs. Burney Dobbs of Jack Dorman, of Ocoee, Mrs and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin &\1& 1l
Aileen Brown and Mrs. Rosier. CITIZENS' I
I-hu'rlhacuceat7' 'Jo: on Wednesday Mary Beasley. and daughter, sonville was a Saturday SENIOR
and their parents, Mr. and dinner guest of her in-laws, Gladys Harvey, of Orlandoand Mrs. Joyce Futch of Black-
Dec: Kill Second: Sunday in Mrs D. T. Lewis, of Colum- Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Truman shear, Ga. visited Mr. and The following members of All of us thank the City Good health good fortune,
\d\enl.. Scrtnun'I'opie is "The bus Ga. Another guest of the Another guest was their son, Norman were ThanksgivingDinner Mrs. Hermie Kelly Tuesday our club were nominated, Commissioners, County Com- and very Happy Holidays to
Four I Dimensions of Love." Wilkisons was Mrs. Mildred Casey Dobbs, also of Jackson- guests of their parents, afternoon. Other guests were seconded, and unanimously missioners, Recreation all.The
and Mrs. Carl Prevatt and Mrs. Jack Estes of will be
Mr. next
Church Department, and The Tele- meeting
''glllat,1'' BII'Ii..t| ( French of Jacksonville, who the
." ville.Mr. Other guests during the day Brunswick Ga., on Wed- approved by membershipas graph for their December 10 at 1 p.m., Pratt
Sund.iN School ll-: ) ) u.inni.slup will remain with them for two and Mrs. 0. J. Anders officers for the year 1975:
\\ Services I II I a.m. and weeks while Mrs. Wilkison is were Wednesday overnight were Mrs Wm. Birch of nesday. Their son and tenance, and help given this Street Recreation Center.
Kerrigan president
I Winter Garden Mr and Mrs. daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. .Joe. / ; year as in the past many Everyone is expected to bringa
Meeting alter and
to |.m Pra.ver convalescing surgery.Mr. guests Thanksgiving Bill!1 }Richards! ,, 1st vice presi-
Donald Thomas, Donny and Wendell Kelly, and daughter, gift of $2 value, plus tax
ednrsdi.iv al 7tll.Nnrthsiilc :: and Mrs. Charles Dobbs dinner guests of their son-in- dent Vernon Olin, 2nd vice years.
Itaptist, ('Ii urchswulao and family of Jacksonville, law and daughter. Mr. and Stephanie Thomas of Wild- Virginia Cain, of Lake Worth, ; Our best wishes to the
School !0.43 a.m. brought dinner and ate with Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and son, wood, Lane Carter of Gainesville and Jeff Cain of the Universityof vice president president; Mary Allen Hazel, 3rd people of Bradford County.. -Joe Kerrigan.
and Mr. and Mrs Gainesville ;
Florida, ,
tV'urshipServices I I1 and spent
a.m. their grandparents Mr. and of Milliard. Richards, secretary; Emma
of Brooker.
I pm Prayer :Meeting Wednesda Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. on Sunday. Mrs. Joyce Futch of Black- Russell Mr. and Green Mrs. Jim Burton of the Thanksgiving them. Holidayswith Morton, treasurer; Jessie
( 7 Karen Carter of Gainesville shear Ga. was a Tuesday
:> \tun.l'1I1)0I.
Young and Marian Neats,
Paul Dinkins of Jack Brassell
Jacksonville, and Mrs.
Mr. ,
spent the weekend with her dinner guest of her sister,
house chairpersons) Eloise
St. Augustine, their son-in-law daughter,
> "E\\: S cousin Marvilla Carter. !Miss Elizabeth Terry. director
Cox of Waldo, and Judd of Olin, membership ;
Horace Mr.and Mrs.Stephen ,
December PTA Horace
The Miss Elizabeth Terry was a Mr. and !Mrs.
Ethel Vance, receptionist
IIll'l'III1It will Ix- held Tuesday. Thanksgiving guest of her (Hodges and !Mrs. Robert their mother, Mrs. P. L. Fredericksburg, Va., spent their Reg and Walter Richardson;,
attended family with
(Dec IT. at 7 :io\ p.m. in theschool nephew and niece Mr. and Hodges were Thanksgiving a the weekend sick committee.
cafeteria. A report will Mrs. Terry Futch and family, dinner guests of her soninlawand Thanksgiving dinner at the mother, Mrs. Truby Wain- Transportation and Legislative FLA.
in-laws Mr. and
of her
home Other her
wright. guests were
I- given on this year's car of Jacksonville Beach. Terrv daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Committee: Joe Kerri-
Mrs Lee Cotton, on East son Jack Wainwright, and son,
I Lake, near Hawthorne. There David of Tallahassee, who gan, Lewis and Bernie Smith,
were 32 present.Mr. were Saturday overnight Bill and Hazel Richards.A .
Come On Out And
and Mrs. Sidney guests. proposal by Vernon Olin
Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Richard seconded and approved was
Super : Martin and family, Mr. and Durban and Mr. and Mrs. O. made to add a new office in Lets Get
Mrs. Kenneth Prater and J. Boyette Jr. and family our club Historian. Della AcquaintedLet
family of Jacksonville, and were Friday evening dinner Speed will be asked to accept
Mr. and Mrs. !Mark Newell of guests of their parents, Mr. this very important office.
Quito, Ecuador gathered at and Mrs. O. J. Boyette, Sr., of Eight members have chosen Us Cut Your Meat
the home of their mother, Lake City. classes Vo-Tecti, which will
Thoy Mrs. Walter Martin, for a Mr. and Mrs. A P. start in early January. Com The Way You Want It
munication has been sent to
family dinner on Thanksgiving Hallman, of Keystone
day. Heights spent Friday with Carol Ekert, counselor-advi-
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling, their brother and sisterinlaw sor of Santa Fe College senior
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Starling. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie citizen projects. Informationwill
7r and Mr. and Mrs. Another their be given at our next
family, Kelly. guest was GROUND CHUCK
Cattle Lane Carter and family, and cousin, Car Colley, of Mac- meeting. 3ib$2"ROUND
Ed Sands of Gainesville, Mr. clenny Happy birthdays and wed-
and Mrs. Charles Carter and Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwardsof ding anniversaries this month
daughter, and Mrs. Lois Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Fred were Walter Richardson, STEAK $149Lb.
} Carter gathered at the home Moore, Mr. and Mrs. David Harrison Batchelder, Bill
SupplementIf ofher son-in-law and Moore of Jacksonville, Mr. Richards Flossie Prescott; ,
daughter, Mr. and Mrs, and Mrs. Paul Moore of Bald- and Mamie---Lou Edwards.
George Shuford and family fora win, attended services at Happy couples were Lilly and SIRLOIN' STEAK" $149'Lb.
I family dinner on Thanksgiving Flagler Memorial Church in Pete Johnson; Eloise and
Your Thinking Of f' I h u day. St.Augustine. After services Vernon Olin Many happy .
yV /Paul and Darren McClellanof they had dinner at the Poncede returns of the day.
Using Liquid Feed Vidalia. Ga. spent Thanksgiving Leon Inn. Flossie Prescott reports STEAK $
that club member Perlie CUBE
.i< weekend with their Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and family, and their mother, Thurston is very ill in Mac- Lb.
Try Super Les McClellan,and their uncle Mrs. Hester Hicks, were clenny hospital. We will
100'r and aunt, Mr.: and Mrs. Maxie Thanksgiving guests of her anxiously follow his medical SMOKED BACON WHOLE 79

First and Reddish and family, of the son-in-law and daughter, Mr. reports. OR HALF Lb.
) rr'r+ ii4r'ir. ,}.rl: +,:r i:::filler State Farm. On Sunday their and Mrs. Bill Wolfe, and son of Mamie Lou Edwards accompanied -
() parents. Mr. and Mrs Ronny Cape Coral. our songs on the
Money McClellan of Vidalia Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Fay Durban piano, and there was a great CHOPS .CENTER a1 i9
Vickie and Randall Reddish of and family of Raiford, Mr. improvement in singing. CUT Lb.
the State Farm and Mr. and and Mrs. 0 J. Boyette, Jr. Thank you Mamie Lou.
Mrs. Robert McClellan and and family, Mr. and Mrs. During this time of year
j Jeff, of Starke were Sunday Richard Durban, and Mr. and when the crops have been harvested COUNTRY 89
V dinner guests of their parents, Mrs. Raymond Williams and and the sheaves are in, SAUSAGE Lb.
Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan. family of Jacksonville, wereetingAin't the time for rejoicing is here.
+ The change of seasons from
fall to winter, and the holiday
spirit of thankfulness is withus. TASTEE FRANKS 11Lbs,99
Turkey MarkWhat Winter will be here before

Christmas,when we celebratethe
I It Used To Bemachines birth of Christ in the These Prices Good Only Fri. & SatWATER'S
: fashion of many by
continue prepara- giving and receiving.We .
ATLANTA, Ga. tion right through the Senior Citizens are very
Marketing of turkeys has wrapping and packaging./ !! grateful to the many people GROCERY
moved from the most
who support our endeavors to
primitive method to a better
create living conditionsfor
As slide down the
sophisticated, you
the elderly, disabled
controlled banister of life, may the poor
SimplifiesManagement highly proce- 782-3737
children Fla.
and the of our community Lawtey
I ,
dure in less than a half century splinters never point your'w .

_. __ __ __ _,
Non-Toxic ERM The Agricultural Marketing .
Service (AMS) of the U.S. Department I t2l. ;to:

Under All t % Can Be Self-Fed of Agriculture "-
reports that in the thirties, -
turkeys were flocked together I t;. Make YourselfBeautzfulForThe ,
FeedingPractices Or Top Dressed and driven to market much as
cattle were rounded up and :'
.;. On Feed.Increased driven to slaughter. It was not I

nrI nr"u tots,NK.Y unusual to run a flock of L" I Il
t::: : turkeys as far as 4 to 5 miles {I

Profits from bey farm were to market slaughtered where, I,

Stable Retains It j plucked and readied for sale |
Greatly Improve in the most elementary fas- .
!hion. ?l Man In Your Life I

Potency and Is Forage and Turkeys Today is are it all placed changed.in I

not Leached Out specially constructed crates ,
Roughage Utilization. and trucked to market in an I

Nor Concentrated orderly Before fashion.going to market, 'I Special' I

Greater Quantities Of turkeys are brooded in a '

Rain; etc. l highly controlled environment ]
By where even temperature and j
Roughage are Eaten.When This
air flow are maintained. A Cascades Heg. 'is" $998 ?l lI
scientifically balanced diet is i i
Happens Your Profits Increase. prepared and adjusted at j j
various stages of growth.

turkey Development for example of a,30-pound requires 1 1around (J All Afros *9"
j jI
WELL BALANCED MINERALS turkey about 24 weeks 13 weeks.; a 10-pound Special J I

breeds produce specific sizes (
PACKED WITH VITAMINS for instance, the Beltsville '
White is ready for marketing j i1/ .Wide Selection Of ,
at 6 to 12 pounds, while

from heavier another turkeys breed are produced of White Ior 'it J welnJCJ"

A I K FEED Bronze turkeys.
Today, only wholesome )

turkeys Federal ever or state get to inspectors market. I; J, y I iJ

are on hand during vUi
procesj "
sing. Any turkey that appears Ito ( eanee 6 j Jhop I
be diseased Is removed.
U.S.301 North 964-8711 Once processing begins, *j y' A Wig For Any Personality
120 S )
St. 964-5769
turkeys are run'through an ( j
Behind Tastee Freeze assembly line of skilled g Come See Our Wide Selection
workers. Automatic pluckers'J W
pluck, special machines '
eviscerate the birds and other,

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Decembers, 1974 TELEGRAPH I'ageSC I

I Beef, Turkey, Dry Beans, Dry Peas 2 Circuit Judges To Serve Bradford. UnionSTARKE II

On "-
Plentiful List For December '
- Tentative plans accessible than at present, out a resident judge. occurs on the one day a judge Gainesville. In fact, an addi-
Four high protein foods loss position as prices for all pected to be 9 percent above a call for two circuit judges to when all judges reside in If, for instance, the court is will already be in the county. tional secretarial position Is
beef, turkey, dry beans, and classes of cattle remain well year ago and one-fourth more serve Bradford and Union Alachua County and are asked to issue an order suchas The problem also exists in being sought for that county to
dry peas are in plentiful below production costs. than the 1971-73 average Cold counties beginning Jan. I, Alachua oriented. restraining an unhappy Baker and Union counties. help with the load From Jan.
supply for the month of Fed cattle (market ready) storage holdings on December instead of the present one, Emergency situations, once husband from entering his In contrast, the large case I to Oct. 15, 1974 Alachua
December an- increased prices recently dropped to 1 are expected to be nearly 30 Judge Wayne M. Carlisle who easily solved with the access- wife's residence, a judge will load in Alachua County County filed 10,312 criminal
supplies can often mean near $37 per hundredweight, percent above a year ago. has been sitting in Bradford, ibility of Judge Patten, are need to travel from Gaines demands that the six judges cases compared to Bradford's
better values for both volume more than $11 under the mid- New-crop marketings during Union, and Baker Counties. more difficult to handle with- ville Starke, unless the case spend most of their times in 97.

buyers and consumers. August peak. Demand for December will probably be 5percent If present thinking is ..- -.
" Beef supplies are expectedto feeder cattle (those going into below December 1973 carried through Judge R. A. I II I,
be record high. Good news feedlots) has been sharply reduced figures. Green will preside in Bradford
for the buyer and not so good dropping prices for this Dry bean production is at a County Circuit Court. Judge
news for the producer is the class to one-half to twothirdsthe record high of 21.6 million John J. Crews will preside in
December beef outlook. With level of early this year. hundred-weight, 28 percent Union and Baker counties,
output expected to be well Since calves have been sellingat above a year ago, and 24 percent according to the administrative DOLLAR STORES
above the 1971-73,average for unprofitable levels, cow above the 1971-73 office of the circuit court
the month, beef will be plenti slaughter has risen drama- average. Dry pea production, here. INFLATIN I (
ful. Larger supplies of lower tically, giving cattlemen cow estimated at 3.5 million Judge Green has tentativelyset SIIOI' TOP, YOUR ,
grade beef will! continue to prices that are one-half of hundredweight, is more than one full day to be in Bradford 1LFAOQ AIITiatSS
account for the increase froma what they were last March. double last year's crop and 36 County, in addition to his WHY PAY FIGiLTING
year ago.Cattle Turkeys will continue percent above the 1971-73 duties in Alachua County.
producers and plentiful through the New average. Both items are plen- Other times may be scheduledin
MORE? 136 W. Call St
feeders continue in a financial Year holiday. Supply is ex tiful. Bradford County as needed.

Judge Carlisle is presentlyin PRICES EFFECTIVE
Succulent Turkey For Festive Bradford all 964-9914
day Friday on
Smokey Wednesday afternoon and on

Holiday Feasting Monday as needed.
Visits SouthsideSmokey Judge Crews, chief judge of
the Eighth Judicial Circuit,
has tentatively decided to be
the Bear made a Union and Baker countieson
TIT hMra
visit to Southside
2 Monday with other days
School on Tuesday morning, txp Xg ( scheduled as needed.
November 19, where he was
Local legal opinions are uncertain
received by the first grade, how the SELECTION OF 1
as to new
third grade and EMR $ ASSORTED TOTS Q X
groups. system will work. Presently ASSORTED CENTERPIECES ? LFOt
Florida Division of Forestry FOR BOY1 4 OIRLfl
Bradford is able to obtain the T TWIN SIZESHEETS
Rangers Kramer and Harley services of Judge Carlisle .
discussed safety rules for ch t"r mostly as needed, the delay q 1\\ DOLL N%
forest fire
prevention with the
'm being only one day since the HEADQUARTERS
children and showed
a movie : judge is usually here three NEWS NYLON 'SIRLS' II mEr9
about Smokey's life in the ;
week. However, the
Lincoln days per JACKETS ..
National Forest in has full cir- I. Solid er.rmr. n.uro
county also a time r ,"., lm .
New Mexico and the NationalZoo cuit court secretary in Mrs. m. a and gwwr.PIIIOWCASES

in Washington, D.C. It Evelyn Strunk who schedules je1
was entitled "Little Smokey"with hearings and,in effect, acts as ?wu hLt" Provida, hour! of funAitortad .. RIO ft hin9 tunMO.
n hair andclothing tippar front ana Tba nawatl ttylat too pelnylon <
O f50
Hopalong Cassidy. .. $
an administrator of court pro ttylat. Black nap button .1. Chum Jufttwathand. lumblodry .
Smokey greeted and shook dollt available, color Wale ropallantSl Ravarlibl* Sun> KAtMrtad OF
.' Mttr ceedings for Bradford, Baker R .i I ML XI. (. FOR
hands with each child. The
and Union counties.
first graders seemed ". ..p.'
But Mrs. Stunk's position is BIBBED FLJSTIO
awestruck at seeing Smokeyat in danger of being dropped Y y' MINIATURES

close range. Several had le p r, unless a strong move is madeto
made pictures for their hero have the position funded for
which they shyly presented.The the circuit by the state legisla-
third graders asked ques ture. It is not a regular position '"' k
at present and will end at
lives and his favorite foods.A ,a. 'COWe013ANOINDIAN3, d,
end of this unless
second followed year Plann ttnkt, FIRM OR ZOO MINUS 4
movie en- funds are set aside for it. truck,cart F q 1 JUMBOEELS'
titled, "Smokey's Story" with
For years Bradford County t DITM TOWELS
Dennis Weaver and a group of / I
-I enjoyed having a resident t
boys and girls illustrating .A judge in Judge George L. ISSOIITtB u+o MEWS SPORT OR DRESS FUNET OF n IF
Smokey's fire preventionrules The old-fashioned flavor of plump, succulent turkey is delicious Patten. Since Judge Patten's FUT 0 SHIRTS TEE SHIRTS

stressing" "Never Play enough. But sparked up with sausage stuffing balls, it's death, however, the tendency SETS I / Au..d Irmb, .olld. ert
with Matches. really something special. has been to concentrate all I r e I=cquard.. V.Thl y'tk Shgm''and.
The rangers furnished broad-breasted court proceedings in populous "'/. INCH "r'"r'. ,
For traditional big
holiday feasting serve a
of GOOFIER, SUPER SPEED Solid or tanciat in thanawatt Cotton Printad' Planot' ofIha
coloring papers, copies the know better than ever. Alachua County OR fa.hion .J ,. *l Apot datiant Stylatlor WISH
It's turkeys are M.KE-UP
turkey. nice to today's S' .
3 $1
song "Smokey the Bear" and 2 DRAGSTER 2Fo:1 BALLY 2 $1. pet polvoslor sPCf.cmron. or girlt CLOTHS __
They're carefully bred, fed a scientifically calculated diet, and Judge Patten used to be JEWELRY SETS sees S Snat SMLXL. .
several informative booklets
selected with care for quality control. Pound for pound, turkeyis assigned to Bradford, Baker,
and pamphlets, as well as a
one of the most nutritional and economical protein foods you and Union counties. He a N DIG VALUE
book, FIRE FIGHTER'SGUIDE worked in Gainesville ::';"
as EJ .
for the media center. can buy.A "SIREN" Ets SPECIAL!
needed but the three small T
These materials will be use modern fresh-frozen turkey is easy as 1-2-3 to prepare: just ImcLSS .
found him
ful in a variety of ways, including thaw and rinse, stuff or bake in a covered casserole, set into the counties more A76 (j BILLS 1I3 +- ,

the current career oven, and it will tend to its own roasting. COUNT INCH' // ,
awareness units now being This year, try a new kind of accompaniment to the holiday /l PEI, DIAMITIII
studied in all grade levels, according turkey-sausage stuffing balls. A mixture of sausage, celery, onion, nil. OF WITERA
to Principal Dewey B, cranberries, eggs, and seasoned stuffing mix is formed into balls, r4 PK GS. 2PROS.$1 Foil I

McKinney then baked in the oven. OF EDUCATION a i CHRISTMAS :. R. .$

Our suggested menu also includes a colorful vegetable dish: EARLY LEARNING TIPS : -- MEN'S ..""n- G : WOMEN'SDUTY ,>" 19Crrai4 '
LING CABINETS. Type Glazed Carrots and Brussel Sprouts. .
writer stands, desks, chairs' Dessert? What could be more in keeping than a fruity,"luscious Educators have estimated i3': ) 1,, PARTS OXFORDS BLANKETS

and safes. We can order plum pudding topped with fluffy hard sauce? Your holiday feast that almost half of a child'sIntellectual 0 --e 0
them for you. The Office will be contemporary yet traditional. It's truly the best of both development takes "SMTt" S : FLOCKED .IIS
between birth and five OF Z ....
Shop. Ph. 964-6305. worlds. place NOSE TCR"ERIST..IS and also c..o. cr.P. '01. Soli A..or'.d 'olod eeror.
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years of age. Assuming that WITH 11111I2Foal 2 $1 4 $l Flar:.lag .".mdulin. e0a/.IW/ 1... .rrabeh. y.rtyIh''' IIl00I'.n'Phr.PROS .
this estimate is true, parentsare ORIIIIEILTS .KO' ."... t. .o't'



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TELEGRAPH December: 1974

I LEGALS LEGALS LEGALS Trees Indispensable To Good LandscapingIN

Address Unknown IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Trees are an indispensablepart by trapping and filtering ash, No homesite is too small usually combined with border

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF of the landscape. They dust, and pollen; removing that it couldn't accommodateat plantings and has an out-

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD give a home street or com- carbon dioxide that we exhale least one growing tree! standing effect when com-

CUIT IN AND FOR ALACHUA action to foreclose a mortgageon BRADFORD COUNTY.IN COUNTY mercial site individuality, and that factories and engines! Trees are adapted to many pared with the plants besideIt.

COUNTY FLORIDA the following property in beauty and a restful quality. emit; and at the same time, uses in landscape design The Norfolk Island pine,

CASE NO 74-1516CA Bradford County, Florida: RE: The Marriage of CIVIL ACTION And because of their long life, trees are releasing oxygen because of wide variation in schefCtera, bottle brush,

DIVISION"E"IN The East Half of Lots Five ((5)) GEORGE WILLIAMS, CASE No.74-302 trees give the surroundings a needed for our existence. growing habits. Proper dogwood loquat, magnolia,

and Seven ((7)) of Block 24 of Petitioner, sense of permanence and Trees camouflage harsh selection and use of trees is oaks, and Trumpet tree are
RE The of
: Marriage Johns Addition to the Town of SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE stability scenery and unsightly city very important since they examples of good accent or
SEEVEARS Petitioner and TED Starke, Florida, in Section 28, and COMPANY, OF GEORGIA, an Trees are vital in combating dumps, auto graveyards and form the dominant part of the specimen trees.
Township 6 South, Range 22 insurance corporation, PlaintiffVS environmental pollution. They industrial sites. In addition, landscape. Patio Trees: can be

SEEVEARS, Respondent. East, as per map or plat recordedin LILLIE BELL WILLIAMS, help keep our air supply fresh they reduce noise pollution by Trees are classified into evergreen or deciduous and

Deed Book L, Page 629 of the Respondent. SARANELL M. TRAVIS, Individually acting as barriers to sound; several types depending on should be selected primarily
NOTICE OF SUITIN public records of Bradford SARANELL M. NOTICE OF INTENT TO CON- lower temperatures by how they are used in landscaping for their small size and for

County, Florida. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO TRAVIS, Executix of the Estate SIDER THE ADOPTION OF AN shading and evaporation of creating interesting trunk,
has been filed against you and of L. Edd Travis, deceased etal. ORDINANCE PROVIDING water from their leaves, and Shade Trees: should have branch and leaf shade pat-

FLORIDA: you are required to serve a copy : Defendant THAT CERTAIN CONTRACTSBE reduce soil erosion. Last but moderate to dense foliage terns on the patio. Evergreen

of your written defenses, if any, LILLIE BELL WILLIAMS LET ONLY BY COMPETE- certainly not least, trees (size and-or number of patio trees are useful in areas

To the Respondent: to it on RICHARD E WELTY, 718 Kennedy Circle NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY TIVE BIDS BY THE BOARD OF beautify our gardens, streets leaves). They should not havea where warm temperatures
301 Motel Plaintiff's attorney, whose Douglas, Georgia 31553 COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF and parks and please our messy fruit, flower or seed.A persist throughout most of the

Office address is 114 N. Walnut Street, (Last Known Residence) BRADFORD COUNTY, senses with their shapes, good shade tree should have year. In colder areas,
Starke Florida
P.O. Box 995, Starke, Florida TO: FLORIDA.TO patterns, colors, fragrance, the ability to withstand high deciduous trees that lose their

32091. on or before December YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a TRI-STATE GLASS, INC. a and seasonal changes. winds and be relatively free leaves in the \tall are a better

Pursuant Statutes to Chapter 49 Is, 30, 1974, and file the original Petition for Dissolution of foreign corporation P.O. Box : ALL CITIZENS, TAX- from insect and disease pests. choice since sunlight will
Florida notice
TED, SEEVEARSthat with the clerk of this Court either Marriage has been filed againstyou 1764, Valdosta, Georgia, 31601 PAYERS AND OTHER IN- Examples of good shade trees warm the patio area aurmg.

hereby given to before service on Plaintiff's in the above-named Court, TERESTED PERSONS.YOU NOTICE for Florida include oaks, winter months when the trees
attorney or immediately there- and you are required to serve a YOU ARE HEREBY maples, magnolia, elm, are leafless. Patio trees
has filed Petitionfor REGISTER
SEEVEARS of a the after; otherwise a default will be copy of your answer or pleadingto NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose AND EACH OF YOU are FICTITIOUS NAME mahogany, and black olive. should not have messy or ,

Dissolution Marriage in entered against you for the relief the Petition on the Peti- a mortgage on the follow- hereby and herewith given Homes may need both large fruit, flowers or seeds

Circuit Court of the Eighth demanded in the Complaint. tioner's attorney, RICHARD E. ing property in Bradford County, notice in accordance with Sec Pursuant deciduous (shed leaves each that might stain the patio or

Judicial Circuit. WITNESS my hand and the WELTY, 114 N. Walnut Street, Florida: tion 125.66, Florida Statutes that to Section 865.09 year) and evergreen shade fall on people using the patio
Florida Statutes
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat seal of this Court on Nov. 25, P.O. Box 995, Starke, Florida, A parcel of land containing the Board of County Commis- notice is here- trees. Evergreen trees shouldbe Some trees to consider \for

you are required to serve a 1974. 32091, and file the original 1.447 acres lying in the NW% of sioners of Bradford County, by given that the undersignedStan selected for areas where patio areas are Orchid tree

copy of your Answer to the answer or pleading in the officeof SE'A of Section 21, Township 6 Florida, at their regular meetingto Cottney, 116 Myrtle St. shade is desired during warm river birch bottle.brush,

Ffetition on Petitioner's attorney, GILBERTS. BROWNAS the Clerk of the Circuit Courtin South, Range 22 East in Starke, be held at 9:30: aim, in tho and Eddie Douglas, 1241 months and sun during cool dogwood crepe myrtle
ZELDA J. HAWK of the Law Bradford St.
CLERK OFTHE COURTBy and for Bradford County, Bradford County Florida, said County Commission Meeting months. podocarpus. and small
Offices of SCHWARTZ- under the firm name of "M &
Donna M. Branson Florida, on or before December parcel being more particularly Room, Bradford County Court S Framing Trees: are used to
DEARING, 901 N.W. Eighth House, Starke, Florida, on TEXACO" 231 N. Temple Ave.,
Deputy Clerk 30, 1974. described as follows: soften corners and roof linesof
Avenue. Suite D-2, Post Office Real Property at issue'is as Commence at the intersec- Monday, January 6, 1975, will Starke, Bradford County, the home and to form Shop .
Box 1292, Gainesville, Florida, Florida 32091. Intends
consider the adoption of an ordinance to register
11/28 4t 12/19 follows: tion of the Southerly boundaryof patterns against the sky.
32602 and file the original in the said fictitious under
Lots 12 and 13, Block-1!, Nat said NW'/4 of SE% and the relating to: name the Trees used for this purpose For
office of the Clerk of the Circuit of. aforesaid elm'i
Williams Subdivision, as per plat Easterly boundary of the right- should not be so massive or
Court of the Eighth Judicial IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Stan Cottney and
thereof recorded in Plat Book 2 of-way of State Road 200 (U.S. AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING Eddie spectacular that they attract -
Circuit Gainesville, Alachua EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Douglas sole
in at Page 67 of the public recordsof 301)) and run North 17 degrees THAT CERTAIN CONTRACTSBE owners attention to themselves rather
Florida later than FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- 12/5
no 4t 12/26
Bradford County, Florida, all 25' 40" East along said Easterly than focus attention on the
9th of December, 1974 FORD COUNTY.
the day
; in NW/ of SW% of Section 22, boundary 134.42 feet to an iron BIDS; PROVIDING FOR home. Trees used for framing
otherwise the of the Values!
allegations Township 6 South Range 22 stake for point of beginning.From ADVERTISING; PROVIDINGFOR NOTICE include mimosa, Orchid tree, i
Petition will be taken CIVIL ACTION
as con-
point of begir ..ing thus ACCEPTANCE OR REJEC-- PUBLIC HEARINGA black olive, redbud dogwood,
fessed and Default be CASE No.74-302 East.If
may you fail to do so, judgmentby described continue North 17 TION OF BIDS; PROVIDINGFOR hollies, pines, and mahogany. Fresh Shipmentof

taken against you. default will be taken againstyou degrees 25' 40" East along said PURCHASES FROM PUBLIC HEARING WILLBE Street Trees: are most
: for relief demanded in the Easterly boundary 200 feet to an GOVERNMENTAL UNITS OR HELD at the City Hall, commonly used between

November, 1974. OF GEORGIA, an Petition. iron stake located on the REGULATED PUBLIC SERVICE Starke, Fla. Mon. Dec. 23, 1974, sidewalks and streets, along

A. CURTIS POWERS insurance corporation PlaintiffVS WITNESS my hand and seal Southerly boundary the right- ENTERPRISES; PROVIDINGFOR 7:30: p.m. for the following pur- boulevards and in parks. Theyare House Plants

this 22nd day of November, of-way of a D.O.T. drainage EMERGENCY PUR- pose Placing a mobile homeat usually thought of as large
Clerk of Circuit Court
1974. easement: thence South 72 CHASES; PROVIDING FOR the following locations: trees but do not have to be Large Variety

By: Blanche M. Guynn degrees 20' 20" East along last SINGLE-SOURCE PUR- All parties will be heard at this large to serve such a purpose.
Clerk SARANELL M. TRAVIS individually
Deputy -
GILBERTS. BROWNAS aforesaid Southerly boundary CHASES; PROVIDING FOR EX- time. This type of tree must be Many Beautiful
11/144t M.
CLERK OF SAID COURT 350 feet to an iron stake: thence CEPTIONS; AND PROVIDINGAN chosen for its ability to grow Plants
TRAVIS, Executrix of the Estateof To Choose
I By Dorothy Moore South 17 degrees 25' 40" West EFFECTIVE DATE; 1FLORA MAE MULBERRY without much maintenanceand
L Edd Travis deceased etal
Deputy Clerk and parallel with said Easterly COM AT NE COR OF must not have low From At
OF INTENTIONTO Defendant boundary 150 feet to an iron YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN N.W'y4 OF SE'/ AND RUN W. branches that interfere with

REGISTER 11/284t 1219IN stake: thence North 72 degrees NOTICE that a copy of said pro- 210 FT. FOR A POB. THEN RUN traffic and.or vision. They Remarkably
FICTITIOUS NAME 20' 20" West and parallel with posed ordinance is available for S. 105 FT. E 210 FT. TO POB should be hardy, well adapted Low Prices

THE last aforesaid Southerly boun- your inspection at the office of LOCATION SOUTH 301 WEST to the planting area and
Pursuant to Section 865.09 dary 139.35 feet to an iron stake; the Clerk of the Circuit Court, SIDE ROAD NEAR CITY should not have messy fruit or 99cTO
Florida Statutes, notice is thence South 17 degrees 51' 25" Bradford County Court House, LIMITS. (lowers that might litter
Saranell M. Travis, 1236 FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD-
hereby given that the undersigned Laurel Lane, Gainesville, FORD COUNTY West 50 feet to an iron stake; Starke, Florida. sidewalks, streets or lawns.
Jerome Elwer, P. O thence North 72 degrees 20' 20" 2JACK D. SCHILLER Excellent examples of $199EA
Box 266, Starke Florida 32091 Georgia YOU ARE HEREBY CIVIL ACTION West and parallel with last a- EACH AND EVERY PERSON COM. NE CORNER OF SEVi common street trees are black

doing business under the firm NOTIFIED that action to fore- CASE No.74-302 foresaid Southerly boundary having any interest whatever in OF fME% S. 292 FT. POINT OF olive, redbud dogwood. Ficus

name of "FASHION MENU close a Mortgage an on the follow- 210.31 feet to POB. the enactment of this proposed BEG. W. 131.9 FT. S. 35' E. species, hollies, magnolia Safe For Your

COMPANY" P. O. Box 266, Bradford SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE has been filed against you TRI- ordinance should appear and be 131.9' S. 15' E 100' N. 50' TO cherry laurel, pines, oaks and
in County,
Starke, Bradford County, ing Florida: COMPANY OF GEORGIA, an STATE GLASS, INC. and you heard at the time and place POB LOCATION 427 N. mahogany. Vegetable Garden

intends are required to serve a copy of herein prescribed. ORANGE ST. Specimen and Accent
Florida 32091, to register A parcel of land containing insurance corporation, PlaintiffVS
said fictitious name under the 1.447 acres lying in the NWVi your written defenses, if any to Trees: are used for striking i i

provisions of aforesaid statute. OF SE% of Section 21, Town- SARANELL M. TRAVIS, individually it, on the plaintiff's attorney, BOARD COMMISSIONERSBRADFORD OF COUNTY CHAIR. BOARD OF AD- effects produced by flowers, J y Controls Many

whose name and address is JUSTMENTSCITY foliage, fruit or by their InsectsIncluding
Jerome Elwer, sole owner. ship 6 South, Range 22 East in COUNTY
P.A. location in
P.O. contrast the
Dated this 19th day of Starke, Bradford County, Saranell M. Travis, executrix of or
BOX 1030, Starke Florida 32091 FLORIDA A.L. CROSBY .-.
November, A. D. 1974 at Starke, Florida, said parcel being more tha a tat .of-Uf'Edd- Travwrdeceasedjetal. -->.- By"1 landscape Usually, speeimens4treestantraloneeither
I Defendant and file the original with "the! e CITY CLERKMERRILLEDWARDS ember* !LfAS11
particularly described as follows: .
Florida. .
12/12 Commence at the intersec- ---clerk of the above styled court I lawn5er4n" some ottiery % TICKS ..:..
1/21 4tp CLERK
tion of the Southerly boundaryof NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY on or before January 24, 1975: 1t 12/5 prominent area of the land- CHIGRDANE OfJ Animals

NOTICE OF said NW'/4 of SE% and the otherwise a Judgement may be 1t 12/5 scape. An accent tree is o. GRANULAR

FICTITIOUS NAME Easterly boundary of the right- entered against you for the relief a, 'ss

of-way of State Road 200 (IU.S. TO: demanded In the complaint or

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 301( and run North 17 degrees Saranell M. Travis, Executrixof petition.
25' 40" East along said Easterly the Estate of L. Edd Travis, WITNESS my hand and the
that the undersigned, desiring to
seal of
said Court
on November
engage in business under the boundary 134.42 feet to an iron 1236 Laurel Lane, Gainesville 22 1974. t' A: 4U.B.O $137

fictitious of ACME stake for point of beginning.From Georgia 30501 i R.g 169For
name point of beginning thus YOU ARE HEREBY ''
described continue North 17 NOTIFIED that an action to fore ,
SUPPLY at 301 East Call Street, degrees 25' 40" East along said close a mortgage on the following CLERK OF SAID COURTBY A Pretty Green

in the City of Starke, Florida, Easterly boundary 200 feet to an property in Bradford Dorothy MooreAs Will
t { Be Conducting A Lawn and Pasture .
the said Clerk
intends to register name iron stake located on the County, Florida: Deputy

with\ the Clerk of the Circuit Southerly boundary of the right- A parcel of land containing RYE GRASS

Court of Bradford County, of-way of a D.O.T drainage 1.447 acres lying in the NW'/i: of 11/2841 12/19

Florida. easement; then South 72 SE'/4 of Section 21, Township 6

DONALD P. TOOLE degrees 20' 20" East along last South, Range 22 East In Starke, CITY OF LAWTEY, FLORIDA I Gospel SEED

AND aforesaid Southerly boundary Bradford County, Florida, said

GEORGIA E. TOOLE 350 feet to an iron stake; thence parcel being more particularly .
2440 Brass St. South 17 degrees 25' 40" West described as follows: ib.33C
Interlachen, Fla. and parallel with said Easterly Commence at the intersection ORDINANCE PROMULGATINGTHE
boundary 150 feet to an iron of the Southerly boundaryof 501Ds..14.95/
1V21 4t 12/12 stake; thence North 72 degrees said NW'/4 of SE% and the USE OF MUNICIPAL L

20' 20" West and Parallel with Easterly boundary of the right- Control
last aforesaid Southerly boun- of-way of State Road 200 (U.S.
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION dary 139.35 feet to an iron stake; 301)) and run North 17 degrees Roaches-Spiders
FOR thence South 17 degrees 51'25" 25' 40" East along said Easterly Southside Church of Christ
TAX DEED West 50 feet to an iron stake; boundary 134.42 feet to an iron PAYERS AND OTHER INTERESTED Ants Dirt DobbersAnd
thence North 72 degrees 20" 20" stake for point of beginning. PERSONS. '

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, West and parallel with last a- From point of beginning thus Dec. 9-15 Many Other Insects

that A.J. Thomas the holder of foresaid Southerly boundary described continue North 17 YOU AND EACH OF YOU are Around The House and Out
the following certificates has 210.31 feet to POB. degrees 25' 40" East along said
hereby and herewith Buildings . .
filed said certificates for a tax has been filed against you Easterly boundary 200 feet to an notice that the City Council given of 7:30: P.M. Each Evening
deed to be issued thereon The Saranell M. Travis, individuallyand iron stake located on the GROTONE
the City of Lawtey, Florida, at
.certificate numbers and years of you are required to serve a Southerly boundary of the right- .
their regular to be heldat
meeting 72 % Chlordaneor
issuance, the description of the copy of your written defenses, if of-way of a DOT. drainage .
7:30: p m. in the City Hall at
property, and the names in any to it, on the plaintiff's attorney easement; thence South 72 Subjects
the City of Lawtey, Florida on :
which it was assessed are as whose name and ad- degrees 20' 20" East along last
Monday, January 6, 1974, will
follows dress is PIERCE & HARDY aforesaid Southerly boundary SpectricideWith
consider the adoption of an or-
Certificate No. 85, Year of P.A., P.O. BOX 1030, Starke, 350 feet to an iron stake; thence
dinance the title of which
Issuance 1972, Description of Florida 32091 and file the original South 17 degrees 25' 40" West follows: is as Everlasting Punishment Dlaznon

Property SE'/4 of NWtt, SEC with\ the clerk of the above and parallel with said Easterly YOUR CHOICE

10, T-7-S, R-22-E. Name in styled court on or before boundary 150 feet to an iron AN ORDINANCE PRO-

which assessed CORA LEE January 24, 1975: otherwise a stake; thence North 72 degrees MULGATING THE RATES TO We Are of Christ

STEVENS, Stone Harbor, N.J. judgement may be entered 20' 20" West and parallel with BE CHARGED FOR USE OF 10 % Off

All of said last aforesaid Southerly boun- MUNICIPLE WATER SERVICE
property being in against you for the relief de- ;

the County of Bradford, State of manded in the complaint or pe dary 139.35 feet to an iron stake; PROMULGATING REQUIRE Baptism is the Scheme of RedemptionHoly

Florida. thence South 17 degrees 51' 25" MENTS FOR CONNECTION,;

Unless such certificate or certificates tition.WITNESS my hand and the West 50 feet to an iron stake; SETTING UP MAINTENANCE SAVE !

shall be redeemed seal of said Court on November thence North 72 degrees 2O 20" REQUIREMENTS; PROHIBITING Spirit, Pentecost and After

according to law the property 22, 1974. West and parallel with last a- FREE SERVICE; AND

described In such certificate or foresaid Southerly boundary PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION.YOU SteppingStones

certificates 210.31 feet to POB. Holy In the Christian's
will be sold to the GILBERTS. BROWNAs ARE FURTHER GIVEN Spirit Life

highest bidder at the court Clerk of Said Court has been filed against you NOTICE that said ordinance is

house door on the 30th day of By Dorothy MooreAs Saranell M. Travis, Executrix of available for your inspection at

December, 1974 at 11:00: a.m. Deputy Clerk the Estate of L. Edd Travis, the office of
the City Clerk, City
Dated this 22nd day of deceased and you are required Hall, Lawtey, Florida. Everyone is Invited and
November, 1974. 11/284t 12/19 to serve a copy of your written This notice is hereby given to Patio

defenses, if any to It, on theplaintiff's conform with the notice require

GILBERTS. BROWN, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO attorney, whose name ments of Chapter 166.041,
Clerk of Circuit Courtof REGISTER and address is PIERCE & Florida Statutes, 1973, Urged To AttendCome StonesChoice
HARDY P.A. P.O. requiring I
Bradford County, Florida FICTITIOUS NAME BOX 1030, fourteen ((14)) days public notice
By Beulah M. Moody Starke, Florida 32091 and file the
prior to the adoption of such ordinance
original with the clerk of the of Sizes I
11/284t 1219IN Pursuant to Section 86509 above styled court on or before by publishing such Hear the word of God proclaimed by this able
notice in a of
Florida Statutes, notice is newspaper general
that the undersigned Jartuary: 24, 1975: otherwise a circulation in Bradford County, i
hereby given 10 % Off
judgement may b be entered .
COURT OF Joan J. Dyal, Rt. 2 Box against you for the relief de- and dedicated evangelist
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR doing business under the firm manded in the complaint or peti having any interest whatsoever

BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE name of "STYLES BY DYAL" tion.WITNESS should appear at the time and lO.DA,

NO. 74306CYNTHIA; Rt. 2 Box 177-A Starke, Florida seal of said Court my on hand November and the place herein prescribed to be Southside Church of Christ \o..

32091, intends to register said 22 1974. heard with respect to the adoption isiONTROL
L. SCHMITT Plaintiffvs fictitious name under the of this Ordinance. I

provisions of aforesaid statute. GILBERT. BROWNAS 3 Miles South of Starke On U.S. 301Send i

EUGENE B. EDWARDS and Joan J. Dyal, sole owner CITY COUNCIL OF THE
LOLA EDWARDS, his wife 11/2341 12/19 CLERK OF SAID COURT CITY OF LAWTEY, FLA. questions to Schedule of Services a-.a."

Defendants. By Donna M. BransonAs By LUCILLE SHUFORD Casey Carlisle, Sunday

Deputy Clerk CLERK Minister 10 a m. Bible Study GARDENCENTER

NOTICE OF ACTIONTO FOR SALE: Notebooks Rt. 3, Box 58 11 a m. Worship

Memo pads, envelopes, 11/28 4t 12/19 It 12/5 Slarke. Fla. 6p m. Worship 2T

: markers, adding machineand 11/27/12/5

EUGENE P. EDWARDS and cash: reg paper. The NO sale HUNTING and rent SIGNS: The For BIC PENS. The Office Shop. 539 East Call St.

LOLA EDWARDS, his wife Office Shop. Office Shop. signs. 19 cents and 23 cents PH. 9645745I'agele



December: S, 1974 TKLKOKAPII: Page!5C

Dormitories Under dCle7 // !

Way For Inmates


is under way aware that funding and other
on the foundations for a factors could delay the reduc-
cluster of two-story buildingsthat tion beyond that time.
will house 600 prison There is also the fact that

inmates who, under a new some 600 recently convicted FOR RENT
statewide plan; of the Divisionof felons are now being held in ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS home : Double wide mobile

Corrections, are supposedto county jails around the state, 964-7959 or 964-5148. 10/3 of Lawtey.in country, 3 miles west FRED SCKETT-REALTOR 1975 BEETLES STARKE ROOFING

Union become Correctional the sole inmates of waiting to be admitted to the ri-i FOR SALE J JFOR 13tp 12/26 -- --Ph7g2-3025itp- -_ 205 N. Temple Ave. (US.301)) Coating Soon! / or guaranteed Roofing CO.
Institute overcrowded -- - 904/964-6522
prison -
system. ---
and ".
(Some 74't Left) )ofing Kepaira tall
These inmates, now under As UCI officials see it, the FOR RENT BRADFORD Nealy "MAC" McConnell 468.1243
close or medium custody, will local inmate population will WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS VILLAGE APTS. Associate ,
Modern Hampton Florida
trade their present cramped likely remain at 1,850 in the SALE Shingles $950 furnished ,
A/C/ 1 BR, walk-in jfl& 4lp'
quarters behind steel bars in foreseeable future, if it sq., roll roofing & felt $5 roll, closet, enclosed Multiple Listing Service :
the old prison, known as "The doesn't rise to 2,400 when the Xmas decorations & toys 1/3 Many brands of new vacuums. street parking, 315 W.patio, off TAREX Relocation Service
Rock" for private rooms in dormitory clusters are avail- off. New & used furniture, Used machines available. ington St. Ph. 9648601.Wash- Member, Farm and Land
small airconditioned dormitories able.If new carpets & congolium. Expert Repairs all makes. Itchg Brokers Assn.Mortgage .

complete with the present prison struc- Bargain Center, 301 S. 1tp Parts and Accessories for all -------- ---- Broker
reading rooms, barber shops, ture is deemed obsolete by -- ------ ---- vacuums. Built in central CAL'S PLUMBING
and other symbols of a new current correctional stand- FOR SALE 2 year old Magic vacuum cleaning systems. 712 FOR RENT: Nice 1 bedroom Nice 3 bedroom on 2% acres, Hi'p.nr: nand Construction) .
trend in corrections. ards the furnished apt. Ph. 9646947. located in rural All work, dune Licensed
proposed new com- Chef gas stove in good condi- N. Main Gainesville 3767110.TF 1 area just outside >
Under Florida's long-range plex appears to have compen- tion $150, avacodo. Call 533- lip city limits. I'lumber Thane !M,4.b')47\)
planning,UCI will be reducingits sated for any deficiency.. The 2001 after 6 p.m 12/5 2tchg -- -- ----- 10-24-74 H>l tp l-ld-75
present inmate populationfrom designs calls "pods' con- 12/12 FOR RENT: 2 room apt. furnished Beautiful brick 2 bedroom, sun
the current 1,850 down to taining eight single rooms, -- ---------- FOR SALE: All sizes of and 1 room Un- porch, 2 years old, wall to wall
the 600 who will move into the each with a sink and com- masking tape. The Office: derwood Motel, N. of Starke. carpets. 6AUIDI

new group of brick dormitories mode, and a central shower. GARBAGE CANS. Staplers Shop. Itp

The Rock is scheduledfor Six of the pods, containing a 3M tape and tape dispensers. ------- ---- Large 3 bedroom masonary,

phasing out, if present total of 48 men, are combined Columar Pads'Index PAUL C. NUGENT, JR. electri- .FOR RENT: 2 BR, trailer. Ph. cent. heat & air, Florida room K&M Sales & Service
plans materialize. with a service building to forma cards and many more cal contractor, commercialand 964-8245 or 9645690. lip fireplace, in Starke. 4122 NW i3th st.

Under the new corrections housing unit, and three of home, office and school residential wiring. Ph. -------- -- NEW & USED
philosophy, according to O.J. the units form a group. There supplies. The Office Shop. 4681406. 11/21 12/12 Completely remodeled 3
Keller, secretary of the Department are four groups which, with 4tp FOR RENT 12' wide mOl.>n&-. bedroom in the country, on a Sewing Machines
of Health and Rehabilitation support structures and rooms --- --------- homes outside city limits. J.B nice corner lot, wall to wall NO HUNTING= SIGNS= : For

the present for 24 other men, accom- FOR SALE: Used solid body SAWS SHAHKENED, work White. Ph. 964 6114. If no carpets. sale and lent r.iguv. The Vacuum CleanersParts
concept of the American modate the 600 inmates. Gibson guitar with Gibson guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or answer call 964 8775. tfchg. Office Shop.BRING .
Justice Institution is that There are no bars on the amplifier at Dahmers leave at Jackson Building - 12 X 60 mobile home on Repairs

small corrections centers, windows, though they are Discount. tfchg. Supply, Starke or. Keystone. waterfront lot. All Makes
principally near metropolitanareas made of security-type glass, ---- _-w-_--_ Heights. tfchg.BOOKKEEPER NEW tt

should replace the old, and the buildings are com- FOR SALE Singer sewing - Acreage of all sizes, most with LIFE TO YOURCARPETING Call 964-6210
large prisons. pletely airconditioned.The machine in cabinet, man's t WANTED jO good terms.
The office of Louie L. Wain- cell block becojnes a bowling ball and accessories.Call double -Excellent experienced 444 Q Starke Plaza ?

wright, director of the Correc- "parlor-type situation" With a 9645417. Itp ferences.entry.Available for re
part Revive the original beautyof
tions Division, said the overall television for entertainment. ------------
philosophy calls for limiting The support buildings wall YAMAHA and Conrad guitars, 7509.time employment.11/28 3tchg 12/12 Call 964- WANTED: Used portable 'T.V. We now have a fulltlme appli- your own rugs.home Cleaned in

the capacity to 300 Inmates.He contain reading rooms', layaway now for Xmas at ------------ Sets at Dahmers Discount ance repairman for all/ your) your by Von Schrader .. Davidson
emphasized, however, that barber shops, classificationand Dahmers Discount. tfchg. tfchg. repair needs. dry-foam method. 1
at this time the future plansfor counseling office, and ----- ------- RETIRED CARPENTER desires -- --- -- -- No muss. No fuss. t Mobile Home ParkIn
Raiford' still fall only storerooms.New FOR SALE Argentina Hay. work: Home additions, Call Badcocks No odor. Use the
within the realm of epoxy floors will also the bale or by the ton. Call By remodeling, repairing. Largeor 964-5289 same day. City Limits
"hopes..not concrete sche- be tried, which are more expensive 964-5630 after small jobs. Free estimates r
dules with firm dates for im- but easier to clean -------5pm.----Itp- Ph. 964-8253. 12/5 2tp 12/12 LOST AND FOUNDlOST All work $30 Per Mos
plementing them." than tile. The original plans --------- --- guaranteed.
FOR SALE 38 Snub nose
According to his called for mahogany railings, Phone for FREE Walk To New
Revolvers $49.95. 22 hand
Tallahassee staff, Wainwright but these were changed to from $19.95, 357 POSITION WANTED: Young INSURANCEAT i estimate Shopping Center
hopes that the population aluminum and steel for the guns woman. 38, no ties to live in Male boxer
prison Heilbron today.
Magnum 11500. Dahmers as sitter for elderly. Small REDUCED RATES City Gas. Water S Sewer
sake of
at Raiford can be reduced economy. Discount. tfchg Springs area. John Reddish, '
to 600 when the project is com- The contractor describes: salary. Call Rev. Hamel, 468- 934-6565, Reward. 11/28 2tp AUTO, FIRE, BOAT
------- ----- 1666. On 301 South
pleted in early 1976, but. is dormitories.the new buildings" as "resident FOR SALE Christmas trees. -- -tfchg- -, -- ---- 12/5 DOYLE E. CONNER M & M Sales & Service

See Mrs. W. A Stern, 301 REDUCE safe and fast with - -- -- ---- INSURANCE 964.62101' *** Q Starke Plaza Jolu Motel

The Cat's Out Of Santa's BagPlanning South 12/19 Ph. 9645614.12/5 3tp GoBese Tablets & E-Vap AGENCYCHG 964-8810

"water pills" ANDREWS Automobiles
-- ----------
FOR SALE Firewood Madison, Starke. 11/14 4tp UsedFOR BRASINGTONCAD1LLACOLDSMOB1LE I Well Drilling

seasoned or green, you cut, 12/6 :
$10 load. Sat. 964- Fail t Roi Long ChampHome
per --- --------- SALES & SERVICE : "y
6973. Itp SALE 1973 Ford Courier
REAMES HEATING SERVICE.We Fine selection of Used Cars Drilling EquipmentFor and
10,000 miles GEM
-- ---------- top, air
Taken Cadillac Trades
FOR SALE Wooded lake service and install all gas condition, radio, 4 sp., tinted Materials'
2001 N.W.13th 378-5.101 Building
front lots, Grandin Lake, 70 x and oil appliances. Get your glass, $2300. 964-8181. lip
heater cleaned Call 964- GAINESVILLESAVE 2" Thru 6" Wells
200 $8900, terms arranged.P.O. -- -- -- -- -WE BUILD

t 1 all +s Box 17091, Jacksonville, 7730. 11/21 4tchg 12/12 Call Us For 'YOUR PLANS OR OURS
125FOR --- ---------
32216. 11/282tp / Your Water System Needs YOUR
$ $ LOT
-- ---------- OR OURS
samples. Jeans size 9-10, mobile home hurricane anchoring FRED DAVIS 9G47D1Durrance

blouses, size 9-10, and some and mobile home roof Clump 6 REMODELING REPAIRS
12. 1327 E. Call Street. Alice coating. Olin's MOBILE Home SALE OR RENT: 12x65 GMC TRUCKS ADDITIONSHOMESBOUGHT
Graham 12/5 2tchg 12/12 Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W mobile home, 3 BR. Inquire BUICK PONTIAC"A SupplyDevelopers .
Starke, Fta. tfchg Of
-------- 364-7212.
- - -
--- --
FOR SALE Corn fed freezer Under Ground Water
beef at reasonable price. J.R. WANTS TO RENT: 1 housekeeping FOR SALE 2 Story, 12 room ; ACREAGE FOR SALE
864 N. Temple Ave
Wainwright. Ph. 9647835. room. $50 per month. house with apartment. 522 W. 964-6853
to give your chil- food health care: and other essentials 12/5 3tchg '12/19 Ph. 4311366. lip Adkins. 964-6679 Itp NEED YOUR ATTIC Starke Fla.
dren a pet for Christmas?These -------- Sales & Service HWY 301 S STARKE TF
------------ ---- -- -- -- GARAGE OR SPARE TFN!
suggestions from the American GARAGE SALE 2 q.-
FOR SALE Two mobile homes
Veterinary Medical Association To Whom it May Concern: together, 9-6 Friday Dec. 6. DELUXE LIFETIME guaranteed and lots. One-2 bedroom 1973 ROOM EMPTIED?

(AVMA), can make the gift a It would be greatly ap- 319 N. Myrtle St. lip metal Social Security plates model; One-3 bedroom 1972 Theg Call The ROOFING AND
joy for the entire family. preciated if the person or with noughahide PumpsNew
-- -- ----- carrying model. Cash or financed. J.B.
Decide what pet you can persons who took the amountof of case only $2. Free catalog. H. White 964-6114tfchg ROOM ADDITIONS
size FOR SALE Good selection JUNK MANHe
$70 out of the blue denim Colston
lrT4X>rtl E1cport. Box .
accommodate in your house or shelled and ----- ---
with the initials quality pecans And UsedSALES
change purse 374, Starke, Fla. 12/5 12tp
apartment, allowing enough B.J.G. and the phone number unshelled at reasonable price 2/20 Will Haul It ALUMINUM & VINYL
room for the animal to sleep, it would at Starke Farmers Mkt. Open SIDINGBLOCK
on please ------------ BRICK I Away Freel!
eat, play and exercise. Be sure return it. The money was daily. 12/5/ 3tchg 12/19 PARTS .

to select a pet that will fit into taken at TG&Y, ladies lingerie --- ---- ---- SEWING MACHINE REPAIR 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath, LFk, Dine Call 468-1543 SERVICE & CEMENT

your family's style of living. department, Saturday afternoon FOR SALE REgistered Angus All makes cleaned oiled and Rm., Kit., Carport, Nice part of DEEP a< SHALLOW WELLS
Exotic animals such as mon- around 4 p.m. cows. Heifers and bull calves. adjusted, $7. All work town. AFTER 6:00: P.M. WORK

keys, skunks, jungle cats and If it is any concern, that was J.B. White. Phone 9646114or guaranteed. James Plumbing Supplies .

certain reptiles rarely make my baby's doctor and milk 9648775. tfchg Strickland, Morgan Road and .George Roberts Real Estate .,. TILE AND
good pets. They are usually ex- money for the remainder. of ---------- SR-16. Ph. 964-8733 or 782- 964-7826 or 964-6593 JIMMY MooRE'S EXPERT SERVICEON STUCCO

pensive and difficult to care for. the week. Thank you, FOR SALE Oil heater & tank 3189. Also scissors sharpened CEILINGSCARPENTER
Exotic animals can also be very -Mrs. Betty J. Green with stand together or $1. tfchg Sun SportsMORE ALL MAKES

dangerous.Pets P.S.: If it should be seperately. Ph. 964-6560 after --- --------- A.J.Thomas/Realtor PHONE.964.7061Durrance .
returned, the address is P.O. 5pm. Itchg 62) N.Walnut St. YOUR MONEY FOR TF WORK
cost money. Be prepared Box 795, Starke, or the above --------- TAX SEASON IS HEREI BRAD- Tel. 964- U2 S
for the day.to-day expenses of phone number. I FOR SALE Ceramics, knick FORD SECRETARIALBOOKKEEPING STARKE PH 964-5791 NO JOB TOO SMALL OR LARGE

I knacks, plants and pool table. SERVICE 'pick up & Frame duplex in City, well main- PUMP SUPPLY CO. .
514 S. Epperson St. 1tp delivery. Competent, reliable. tained, two bedrooms, 1 bath COMPLETE OUTBOARD 6k<
------------ Nothing too big or small. Ne- each apartment, paved streets STERN DRIVE SERVICE 864-N. TEMPLE AVE. 782-3759

PRINTINGYour FOR SALE: 6 by 9 Unoleum gotiable rates. Call now 964- near school. Price $15,000.00. AND REPAIR
$3.98,9 by 12 Unoleum$7,98. 6628 12/5 2tp 12/12 Owner will finance half of purchase COMPLETE FIBERGLASS '
Also 12 by 12 and 12 by 15 in ------....----- REPAIR
stock. Hundreds to 'choose price. OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
& Wt' @ from at Dahmers Discount. ... New homes outside City, paved GLASS''FISHING BUILT FIBER BOATS 100 W, PH. 964-S40S. ;i; "'

; tfchg'FOR street, 3 bedrooms, with all Iil.3''
"I : modern conveniences. Down ""- -Ij(
payment and monthly paymentsvery Cash & Carry Tlr.sI FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEARIN
Lake lot $5,000, 5 BR, 2 bath reasonable.
$9.000, 13 acres with pond & 412 E. CALL PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE. HOME FROM OLIN'S
STARKE CYCLE "CN IER( 2t 3 Bedroom 1 Bath frame residence -
63 acres near Raiford $1,350
an acre. Ray Powell Broker. .N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6O2o7' In City, close in and very TIRES
Ph. 496-3033 or 496-3861. Your authorized HODAKA quiet. Price $17,500.00. Buyer FRONT END

1 t. tfchg dealer! tfchg. arranges finances. &
.... ------------
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: Large and small acreage tracts. BRAKE SERVICE{ YOUNG <(It>
Own FOR SALE: Case pocxet knives See me for terms 944-5800 CO.
now 'at Dahmers Discount.

f tfchg. !GENT 1 QUALITY TIRES & Vacuum Cleaners

Personalouch. FOR SALE: Used- Restaurant UlliAN C. PEARSON TFN SERVICE FOR LESS UsedMachiness10: Up

i equipment. Large selection. FOR RENT 3 home REALTOR New & Rebuilt Kirby -
: BR mobile 782-3306 ,
Cash register soft serve tee Phone (Anytime)

I iI ._ __ cream, etc. Call 376-2336.: water. Road furnished 100W., expandoroom. Ph. 964- Expert Repair Service All Makes
Gainesville 11/14 4tp 12/4 3 BR. 1 bath, frame home with
5471 or 988797. lip aluminum Nice lot in & Models
------------ siding AUCTION!
I Design your own stationeryto FOR SALE 1963 Chevrolet FOR RENT: 2 BR unfurnished Lawtey $13.625 When? 117 N. Walnut 964-8787 Starke, Fla

your own specifications with pick-up. CaR 782-J: >49. Itp house, .115 per mo. 634 W. 3 BR, 1 bath brick home with ..

from our creative staff ---_-------- M dieon. Ph. 984.8404.1tcfp! family room plumbing for V4 Public Auction Every
---- bath
--- ---- many extras Lawtey
Ffl Night At 7.00
full name and address or mono- FOR RENT: Nice 3 BR unfurnished $27.800 : GARDIN BROS.

gift idea too. house 525 W. Where?
It's lit
a great ,
gram. 3 BR 1 Y, bath furnished double
t MISCELlANEOUS Madison Street. No children
Our rates 'are reasonable. ] or: pets. $125 per mo. For wide mobile home on 1 acre with BALDWIN AUCTION
access: to Spring Lake. Hookupfor SpeciaLizing In
information inquire at 527 N.

255 U. 3. 90 W.
--------- I HEAVY
HOUSE PAINTING, Interior- Beautiful 60 acre farm (will EQUIPMENT
Exterior hourly or by con- FOR RENT Mobile Home divide) also 20 acre pasture. Baldwin Fife.Alia .

($ tract. First class workmanship subdivision K 'sere lot $35 Good terms. Open Daily 10:00: ; 9.00 PHONE 964-6750
guaranteed. Cell Lonnie mo.,3 miles from city limits at
ARKE Roberts weekdays 431-1768 Intersection of Hwy 16 and CECELIA T.TERWILLEGAR For Daily Betas l 1/16

135 w. 9665 after 5, anytime on weekends. Morgan Road. Ph. 9645606. Associate: "
11/28 4tchg 12/19 tfchg Phenol 964-5145 ,'all Come. P. O. Box 128 STARKE FLA.

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IIC TELEGRAPH Decembers.!) $

I How To Be A Lazy, Compost Pile Ideal Nature Trail Postponed For Land

Carefree Gardener For Soil ImprovementIf - -

Planning attended a 13 day federal -Was told that D & H of

Gardening can be easy says than a day and the colors are don't have a corner of and to mix the materials. project workshop. in Miami Gainesville has agreed to
Florida Nurserymen and almost unlimited There is no you and could not live on the honor the board's request to
dedicated Decomposition relies Approved purchase of a
your yard to on STARKE A proposed five
Growers AssociationI"'NGAI provide fill dirt to the
pure white nor pure reds. composting it is time to microorganisms and the nature trail or outdoor hydraulic lift for the new regular per diem.Terminated oper-
( ), but it takes acre ations center for $1.50
some There are many colors in consider it now. length of time before the pile science laboratory ran into operations center bus garageat Ruth C. Rey- per
preplanning.Most between yellows, pinks, will be for nolds, a education cubic yard Supt.! Temple
Through composting ready use. in the trouble Nov. 11 over what one a cost of $10,635. ArchitectDon special
homeowners complain maroons, and orange. can improve your soil while you garden is dependent on their Bradford school board Morgan reported that teacher, with no plans to hire reported that $7,500.is budgeted
that devote too much for additional fill at the
Daylilies little
require oncetheyareestablished.They Warm another teacher to replace
the environment. growth. weather, termed lack of de- companies had been
helping By member a seven
time to planting and site and $:!(>,000()() for paving.
instead of adequate fertilizer and the asked to bid though only one
composting burning partmental planning. her.Took
replanting. This is particularly be used as.a border or in beds. correct moisture level responded. under advisement a Approved expenditure of
trash reduce air are out of
organic "We're running
true when it comes to are easily grown from you Too little second time the request for retroactive leaveof $850 to move u 2,000 gasoline
important. or too It was the
and mineral Board Member
seed pollution recycle land, said "
the home from the old bus barn .
color for storage
obtaining and
multiply.rapidly absence asked by Randy
elements needed for plant much of any of these factors Hall when Deputy board had bid the lift. Morgan
grounds by using annuals. from divisions. will reduce growth and delay cautioned against rebidding in Newland, a former employeenow to the new operations I center.That ,
growth. W. Kilpatrick sought
Can this be avoided Can -The Blackberry Lily is an Supt. that cuts principal of the Lake plus a new 4.000 tank will
decomposition. such cases, saying
Surrounding com the school boardfor
have color without that your approval by give the board total
vou excellent perennial. It Florida soils down and Butler Middle School. New- a gasoline
are on participation
shrubs generally
posting area with or of five acre tract on
added extra amount of work'rCl'rtainly produces orange flowers on vine covered fencing will low in organic matter,and dueto use a end of school does not save the board land's retirement is affected storage capacity of (i.OOO
says Florida tall, slender stems in late high temperatures most of the very by a break in service when he gallons The school system!
it from detractingfrom west of the money.Awarded
prevent present
Nurserymen, and Growers summer. The leaves look the landscape. the year the organic matter property and the bids on: wrest- returned to school for a higher averages using 2.000) gallonsper !
Association (KNGA! : ) and hereis much like Iris of the North. complex without leave. week.
Composting is the partial that is in the soil is rapidly Westside Park where the city ling mats. $3,704; a film in- degree asking
how. The ((lowers are followed by a decomposed. It is -Authorized the staff to ask Heard Su|>!l. Temple road
important to spection machine. $7,705; a
of ball field
decomposition organic has constructed a on
and bulbs if
Use perennials seed structure that looks for $25,000 in Federal Impact appreciation to
organic) Title federal furniture
incorporate material 1 -
materials. The best to board purchase
vou want to be a lazy gardenerand much like a large blackberry.Plants way into the soil yearly to improvesoil school property. and took food bids Funds, monies the federal the/ three" departing board
compost materials "Everybody is going off in
without your members II A. Ltiwson. St'.'
enjoy beauty can be grown from local school -
tilth friability, water under advisement. pays
yard is to begin a compost different directions without '
work Perennials give you a divisions and seeds. boards for the education of the Ill'" (inodnian. and Blaine
holding capacity, and nutrient -Increased diem to $25
should be in well per
pile. It a consulting each other, said
of (flowers Thompson.
wide selection OVl'ran Along with perennials thereare retention. Composting is day for six employees who children: of federal employees. i
extended period of time. some bulbs which drained area and may be a pit an Hall at the monthly meeting of per iI
are care I
Here are some that you may free. The Blood lilies are indeed or a raised bed formed by method of ecological the school board on Monday, -- rlasauaor ,ratwitrtet ml-uraurewrrzlenurwweuMarannunwsatnemr'
boards, concrete blocks or providing organic Nov. 11. Lack of interplay be-
wish I to use: a joy to Once
grow. they material to
fencing supported by stakes. incorporate into will not
Stokes Aster is a pl'rl'nnialthat are set out and establishedflowers soil.FAMILY, tween departments FrotlfANCY'S1
can add! beauty to the are produced each An area five feet square or your allow for planned expansion of ei
home grounds with little care in early summer. Along smaller is a nice size to begin vo-tech facilities, constructionof r-
with. It is better to have two second ball field,
once established, this attractive with Blood Lilies, the Hain a planned
will smaller piles rather than one and relocation of the heavy
plant multiplyand Lily adds to the beauty of a
blossoms in large one because it is easierto equipment parking area when
produce care free garden Ham Lilies GIFT
abundance. It is obtainable in ran be obtained in pink, turn and one can be curing : the next vo-tech building goes
three colors, pink, blue and magenta,! and yellow.Be while the other is being used. up, and room for the nature THIS CHRISTMAS
almost unite. Plants set out a care I free gardenersays Leaves, grass clippings, Editors recommend these trails. Hall said.
now should bloom next year. Florida Nurserymen and vegetable scraps, and garden criteria for encyclopedia : "We're not asking" this area I': (T I1J(310( !
be used, but for KilpatrickiII'gUl.'ll
1 la lilies should not beuverkNiked. may
> ('rowers Association (FGAIand : ) ((1)) Encyclopedia must be
woody materials should be "We want it as a
have" !<<(lowers Hecent that last hybrids longer use perennials and bulbs. avoided. It helps but is not kept up to date in facts and nature trail because it is that I I

necessary, if the material is unbiased in choice and pre- way now." When the new
shredded You can shred sentation of material. building goes up next year, the I What Better Way To I
leaves by running your lawn nature trail could be moved,
((2)) Volumes should be
them and cat said Hall disagreed
mower over Kilpatrick
/ ching them in the basket If conveniently organized, that it would be that \Give Your Home The

your mower has no basket, clearly printed on good pa- easy. Once use of the propertyis I
run over the pile of leaves so per, durably bound, and easyto established. Hall 1 said,
that they hit the side of a handle. people using the area would Warm Glow Of The I
building then they can be resent being moved.
easily raked up later. You will ((3)) Articles should be pre- Hall said that Kilpatrickhad ,'\ -.' I
have to mow over the leaves pared by recognized teach- reported originally that a HolidaysWE ...
more than once to get them ing authorities with the ma- ::10)() foot strip would be neededfor I
shredded very fine. terial adjusted to the needs the Environmental Education
In 3 3 foot Project, and then came
a x square pile
and interests of the
allow about with HAVE A I
one foot of organic back Nov. 11 a plan
material to build up then ((4)) The content of the en- calling for 500 feet. J

!sprinkle 7 pounds of 6-0-6 cyclopedia should have a !Hall suggested further I I BLOOMING PLANTS I
fertilizer, or 3'': pounds of 10- close relationship to the study of the use of the area be
10-10 fertilizer, over the pile. made and an over-all plan be
Repeat these two layers until school curriculum but also drawn to utilize the land to the I AZALEAS i

,r JII the pile is 4 feet high. Some should include material beyond best advantage of all depart- IPOINSETTIAS \1
......- people prefer to add 1 to 2 the immediate needsof ments.In ,j
inches of soil between every 8 school work.FUlllilies. other action Nov. 11, the I -MUMSAND
I inches of compost but that is school board: a !
? ''I/.J ertailors not necessary. The compost! -DISH GARDENS

pile should not be allowed to
: We have
/ } now a beautiful
) I
dry out completely but do not
allow it to stay very wet or Of Miss!!sing Veterans I selection of Flower I

allow it to stand in water. The I FOR LASTING HOLIDAY BEAUTY... Jewelry for gifts. I
)pile must be turned regularlyto May Draw Bene fits 7 YearsWhen P. I
a slipin allow for air incorporation Come in and
veteran's whereabouts GT'IG see our
When a veteran has disappeared a t r
i i k 3
Anti- wets WMe rxts.esrese.si for tx1! ) days or more become known to the t many beautiful
and his whereabouts are VA after an award to depen- arrangements of fresh I
1' dents has been made, such and flowers
Static Nvlon unknown to members of hislalmh' permanent
award will be discontinued IAIIA J
disability and plants.
r pk'i compensation
date of last
t i or pension which he effective the I {Il/VUI'" 'f J

+ cis Here at last It a slip which i II tailored 'receive., ,10; receiving be or paid entitled to his to action payment\ will, be and taken appropriate to adjustthe I ." I

t z& and fitted for the woman who deiires may veteran's award in accordance -
wife children, or parents, '
J' ii t just a touch of feminine detailing.A according to W.S. Haas, with the facts found. PERMANENT CHRISTMAS I
will not
Awards to dependents a
nylon slip,with It's sculptured county I service officer.
Effective date lor be continued for more than COME IN ANDREGISTER
bodice and delicate paymentwill I
tracing of'laceat seven years from date of disappearance PIECE
be the day following the FOR ttIIIIJ
neck and hemline, is the perfect last payment to the veteran if in any case where I
answer. a claim is received within onc'eil1' the facts are such as to bring
into effect the presumption of To Be Given Away
Average Haas! explained.BE I
32-42 death of the veteran Haas
Short 32-40. said. F we SATURDAY, DECEMBER I 21
._ Tall 34-42 $4.50 !Persons having questions a
Oufiizei 44-45 $5.50 MERRY concerning this or any other You Do Not Have To Be Present To Win a
veteran matter may contact
Sizes .43-52 $6.50 Haas at his office in the new .

.j OPEN LATKIt day) or Wednesday mornings, SERVE YOU F.T.D.TELEFLORA FLORAFAX A A.F.S..

STARTING DEC. 16St11uIp'S Astor ofJesus TO BOOT! or write the Division of !
Veteran Affairs. P.O. Box GEORGE AND DOLLY SllIPSOoW: EUS j
J sung and told 14.17. St.Petersburg, Fla t
r.; These gifts have all the ::13731 retsnr.nsimeretuArmawoetuwr rserea: rtiitrwsee>''twreraettrp>net'v: trnrr rwrnlrntravr _
John Cash
by makings of the most suc-

Dept. Store cessful Christmas presents:
wonderfully wearable socks,
the extra surprise gift

\ SHOPPING CENTER Dec. 8 At 7:30: tucked inside, and the 89 A

pleasure a youngster derives -

....._ ,, "-- "-.- "- ""-- ,,_ "'- "' .Ir ... .. ,_ '" H" .. .. .. from putting his time
"" 'r-1// )q j'r': and effort into the Christ-

mas gift for someone he

MALLARD'S 5&1Ow little elephant is made -

from a pair of men's grey l d l + hl t

sport socks and a gift tin of }

Christmas Headquarters tobacco candy or nuts. To For A
make him, insert a pipe / : '
't&t .
f cleaner into the foot of one

For All Your sock and roll the sock, start-
No Appointment Necessary Beautiful8x10 LIMIT. 1 Per Person 2 Per Family
ing from the toe, for about Additional Subject $3.95
five inches. Then bind with Full Selection of Poses Croup $1.59 Per Person

matching thread to form the No Age Limit

elephant's trunk. Stuff the All Work Guaranteed
remainder of the foot with

the second sock and cotton

batting to make the ele-

phant's head. Stick on but-

ton eyes and gray felt cut Living color PortraitChildren
in the shape of ears. Slip the

foot of the sock over the to-

D bacco can and tape the cuff Under 2 Yrs. Photographed Free

to the underside of the can.

For the lady of the house

t hold, a delightful Santa

made of red knee socks. Hebring's
season's greetingsin Top Dollar

FIRST THE PATTER OF the form of a can of hairspray

l FEET..THEN THE a or something similar Starke, Fla. ,
you know she can use. One
LAUGHTER of the socks covers the otheras Mon & Tues.
t7 well as the can; the toe

DISCOVER TOYS FROMMALLARD'S part becomes Santa's stock- Dec. 9 & 10
UNDER THEM bel ing cap. Features and hat Y

CHRISTMAS TREE. n/ band are cut from felt, and

j Santa is completed with a Hrs: 101.25I'age

J popular gift is home- I l,4r.r .


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I Dolt Yourself LandscapinNot ; Bacteria Pay A Little Buy Your

Hard with Proper PlanA Attention To The Climate

WASHINGTON Bacteria animation hundreds of thou- characteristic green color and
well landscaped home that live anywhere eat anything sands of years," said Dr. enables them to use sunlightfor
time. '
having healthy shade trees, Consider these' and someday may qualify as Cameron. growth. ola14onea
shrubs and flowers and a well factors on the location you are one of man's best friends by "Scientists involved in the Beyond that, they move
kept lawn doesn't just happen thinking What about. doing what comes naturally. Viking Lander on Mars, which around under their own
It takes careful planning, happens during the.. Some of the tiny creatures will attempt to detect life on power, like members of the
several years and perpetual rainy season? Does water thrive in 140-degree heat. the Martian soil in 1976, will animal kingdom.
maintenance. The main goalin stand on any part of the lot or Others live comfortably in obviously be interested in the Occupy New Kingdom
landscaping should be to does it soak into the ground freezing conditions the findings in the Antarcticcores. Biologists resolved the u -
provide a quality living environment quickly? Avoid sites where National Geographic Society They may well specu- problem in the last few years
i which can be used poor is surface water drainage says.Bacteria. late that if no life forms are by placing bacteria and other Cake
i, and enjoyed by you and your collects.evident or lots where water frozen in Antartica found on the surface of Mars simple organisms such as _
family. Excess water can for at least 10,000 years the subsurface permafrost of fungi and algae in a third DEEP
Ideally the landscape and hinder construction and make recently were revived when the planet may hold the key to kingdom known as Protista. BAKE .11ccORDINGSOU1"
the home should be planned growing plants difficult. exposed toairand were grownin ancient and living biota deep Protista are tiny cells that FAMOUSOLOSOUTHERN I /
together.For most families, a if Check it is the soil on and the lot and active colonies by two withing it." can measure about 1 micron, 09.-: IiUSFrom
house will be their single very sandy usually scientists. Bacteria have shown an or .000039 inch. They are ..
largest investment. So, every dry consider soil Improvement The researchers Dr. Roy E. ability to thrive in space. A similar to, but more primitivethan
effort should be made to ob- prior to land- Cameron and Frank A. colony of the hardy cells was the cells that make up
tain maximum value for scaping.One Morelli of Darwin Research discovered alive and well on a higher organisms. Some
money spent. The type of lot of the most important Institute Dana Point .television camera returned to species are so small that a The Starke Civitan Club
and how well it is developed factors to consider on lot California, told the NationalScience earth by the Apollo 12 million could easily fit on the
selection is the existing trees. Foundation the astronauts after two and a point of a needle.
add including to or detract landscaping from-future can A few mature trees will bacteria were found in per- half years on the moon. Like all living things, At The Following Locations e .
property values. If greatly enhance the Immediate manently frozen ground and Some of the smallest and bacteria require food as a
home landscape effect. sediment cores drilled at two least appreciated of man's source of energy. They can
landscaped, a and Also Winn Dixie Holiday Inn
can greatly increase in value. any small flowering separate sites. friends bacteria once were make a meal of crab shells,
trees can be used in place or Survive In Space identified as plants. But the railroad ties, transmission
Too we see a beautiful Koch's
home on an attractive site transplanted to fit into the "These new results could tiny organisms(! seemed out of grease, or old rubber tires. Garden Restaurant Drugs
design. Good trees increase have tremendous relevancefor that classification.Only .
place in Special strains of waste-
with practically no land property values and should be Kentucky Fried Chicken
the contain
understanding abilityof a few species digesting bacteria may some
scaping. This is a sad
sight saved by marking and stakingoff > to remain the of
indeed. With only a little microorganisms chlorophyll pigment day solve the nation's refuse
planning and minimum expense damage to prevent during construction.removal or frozen in a state of suspended plants that gives them their: problem *

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The time to start con- space left natural to reduce GEM JEWELRY STARKE
sidering your landscaping is maintenance. Fit the lot to
when buying a lot. Much of its your desires if at all possible.

potential development: and landscape value as real into Next developing week we'll your go further home After 38 Years of Serving The Starke- Gainesville Area We Are

estate can be determined at i landscape.

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I Queen Of The Fruits Tire Satsuma

The queen of fruits will be bark. If this condition
soon ripening says Florida developes, the white growthcan
Nurserymen and Growers be seen where the bark
Association (FNGA). has separated. The cause of 1
The earliest variety of this condition or problem is a 1 e
Citrus to ripen is the Satsuma.It virus. It develops on trees that I I )
is quite suitable for planting are 15 years or older. The
in the northern and central virus clogs the inner parts of
part of the state. The fruit can the tree causing it to erupt or
be picked when it is a green break the bark. The disease is
color turning only slightly known as psorosis. There is no
yellow. A comparable fruit to control. In time the disease
the Satsuma is the tangerine will kill the tree but it may
since both are easily peeled take many years.Rustybrown -I y v
and easily sectioned.
Citrus trees that have been
uncared for in the past monthor fruit on a
two should not have a sprayof citrus tree is unslightly.Citrus SPEND LITTLE SAVE
malathion and oil. A cautionto trees are supposed to be either Due To 111 Health And Under The Advice From My Doctor, It Has Become .
observe, says the nursery. yellow or orange. The dis Necessary To Close This Store..Therefore We Offer You Our Many Friends

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''ag"11(' TELEGRAPH Decembers, 1)7I!)

October Land Sales '

Total' 238.,950. I A_ 4V MChristmas

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Land sale transactions Pasco Molt and Eva Louise 01 Section 14, Township 6 Inc., to Shirley Ann Marks,
recorded in October totaled Molt to Raymond Art Hancock South, Range 21 East, $5,000.! Lot 1 of Denney Heights,

$1,238,950, according to valua- and Twyla S. Hancock. Dcl'o Investments Inc.. to $19,800.
tions calculated from docu- Lot 36 of Block 3, R N. lean) R Bennett and SharonP. Carter Construction to
affixed to Dowling's Addition to Town of Bennett parcel of land in Timothy F. Clougher and r' '
deeds mentary filed stamps in the Bradford Starke, $11.300.Gordon Northeast quarter of Section Anne Clougher, a portion of n'mrlc w
Courthouse. Thompson Chevrolet 31, Township 5 South Range Southwest quarter of Section .
County Imogene H. Bryan to J. O. Company to Larry S. 21 East: $14,000.Kenneth 8,Township 6 South, Range 22
and Ina D. Ising, South Noegel one-naif acre. West L. Ilewett and East $35,000.
sing half of Block 1, Simon J. Joyce M. Hewctt Ressie. Frank Barbato and Lena
half of Lot 28 Indian Beach
Subdivision. $27,600. Temple's Subdivision, 9000. bowling, parcel of land in Barbato to James M. Bilbrey + 1
Hessie T. Dowling to L. K. Whitehead, May Belle Southeast( quarter of North- and Judith E. Bilbrey, Lot 56
Kenneth L. Ilewett and Joyce Whitehead and Ralph P. east quarter of Section 31, of Crystal Lake Homesites,
M. Ilewett, parcel of land in Bryan to Zippy !Mart, Inc., ofJacksonville Township( 7 South Range 22 1300.
Southeast of northeast one acre in East: $2.1.800.Ll'ster! F. Brooks Herman to
quarter Southwest quarter of South- Slade and Lula Sladeto Melvin Ray Davis and
of SlC 31, Township 7
South quarter, Range 22 East, 33400. east quarter of Section 24 Mary Brown and Versie Francis E. Davis, Lot 10 of I Wreaths Hanging Baskets
Sophie L. Wolf to Howard F. Township 7 South Range 22 taggins as trustees of the Whispering Pines Estates,
and Rebecca F. Smith East, $17,000.Jack Penticost' Holiness Church, a 1650.
Smith M. Courtnay and parcel of land 105 feet by 105 Madison Street Baptist For Christmasc'
Lots 31. 32 and 33, of Block 3, Just
Fe Shores. 4500. Marilyn R. Courtnay toV.. feet in the Northwest quarterof Church of Starke to DorothyL. SPECIAL
L. Wolf to Mitchell Ros Covey, an undivided one- Section 29\ Township 7 Alvarez, Lot 1 of Block 1 of
Dean Sophie Clary and Jeanne Dar- quarter| interest in Unit 1 of South, Range 22 East 2500.!! Unit I, Saratoga Heights, t

lene Clary,Lots I 1,2 3, and the Keystone Club Estates. Terry F. Hardec and 16000. 0 k $329
North half of Lot 4 of Block 4, $125,000.() Carolyn Hardec to Gerald Lee Paul Kish to Guaranty tO$398
Santa Fe Shores $5,3H( Jack M. Courtnay and Urantley and Avie Juanita Federal Savings and Loan !i. Qt 6e .
Viola C. Allen to Elizabeth Marilyn R. Courtnay to J. Brant ley, a parcel of land in Association of Gainesville a ,
West half of Brooks Brown, an undivided !Northwest quarter of Southwest parcel of land in the Southwest
Watkins I acre in
of Section one-quarter interest in Unit 1 quarter of Section 24, quarter of Southeast quarterof
southeast quarter of Keystone Club Estates Township! 6 South Range 21 Section 10, Township 7
U.:Range Township 22 East Seven 4000. South, 125000. East 14000. South, Range 22 East, 5700. ANNUAL RYE GRASS SEED b$9795B b$1489;

F. Garner, Sr. and Crown Builders to Harry M. Arthur Bruno to Pearl Lee ,
Carter Construction
Hatcher HI and Gloria A. Davis Lots 1 I. 2. 3 and 4 of
Garner to Benjamin
Nellie P. Hatcher Lots 6 and 8 of Block Block 7 of Ensey Survey of Company to Jim Temple and
Angland and Doris M. Johns Addition to Town of Lea Temple, Lot 6 of Conerly
:39, White
Hampton $2.800.\ ( Red
Angland. Lot 3 of Block B, Starke. $23,600. Estates, $36,500. Beautiful: \a )
Crown Builders of Florida.
Cypress Beach $9,000. and Mae \ ,
Willie Pittman
e Grade
I D. Inlow and '
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Lloyd Pittman to Tom Marks ? ;
Mildred D. Inlow to Thomas 1.
and Rena Mae !Marks Lots 3 l Plants
Holly t
: \ Lots 44 and 46 on
and 4, of Block 1 of Gahagan'sSubdIvision. Ponsettiar.!
Oak Avenue in Crystal Lake
$22.300. ; ,, $ ..

llomcsiles llarrell Edward and,G.$1.600.Saxon Mary to Ellen Guy Christine Homer Brinson J. Brinson to Owen and D ;0q'9& $6 95 "O\ ',," ';!'.I'i.' ; 1 \0 < $37J

Blucher and Jeffrey .g Ea.Special ,, 1 3\00
llarrell. lands in Section 20 land t 't"
Township! 7 South, Range 22 Blucher a parcel of in ; \t <. \.
Northeast quarter of !Northeast : }
East $11.400.
quarter of Section 2, wApri
Guy; llarrell and Mary ?
Township 8 South, Range 22 : ; ANNUAL
Helen Harrell to Harvey W. 33r ..

Lane Barbara G. Lane, Earl East Carl 1700.R. Hawkins and Ida L. f\ti )
iJf: {
II. Williamson and Ruth O. Christmas !
Hawkins to Kerr-McGee Corporation -
Williamson 2 parcels, 70 an undivided one- .
and 28 acres, in Section '
half interest in Northwest 0
20. Township 7 South, Range Arrangements
quarter of Southwest quarter h"
22 East. $98,400.Howard y
of Section 27.and !North: half of s5 69G Calendulas
Corl and Emma
II. ,
H. Corl to Leonard M. Booth Southeast quarter, and !North; :i "4 R eq. $ 49
half of South half of Southeast 's
and Frances E. Booth Lots 3, a. Shasta
of Section 28. Township W Patio Stones
quarter Ea.
4. 5 and 6 ol Block 4. Unit 1, of *
t 6 South, Range 22 East, ,
Corlotta 1900.)
James 1\1. Broome and $103.800. 12" Round
Rebecca Hill Schultz to "A or Snaps
y N4r
Frances T. Broome to Donald $189
Thomas W. Shands and S
W Roberts and Dorothy F. y byI tvc'
> $ a Square
Norma %V. Shands. Lot 25 of d t
Roberts,7.1 acres in southeast
Indian Beach Subdivision.
quarter of Northwest quarter. 49Petunias
$29.000. jpij5er9 16 Round
Section 20 Township 7 South, I or $
Elizabeth R. Watkins. to tS' ,h
Range 22 East. $2,800. ; S
Alexander Estro and Marie X1,4 Ea, Square
Jimmy D. Lavender to Ran-
Estro, in Southwest $109Destig
one acre
j ng
dall W. Blom and Beulah 4
of !Northeast .
quarter quarterof
Marie Blom one acre in ,.s I Speciman Plants Ooz
Southwest of
!Northeast; t quarter of Southeast -
Section 3, 6 South,

quarter quarter of Section of Southwest 22, Township Range Bessie 22 Irene East Faxon 11500.to L. G. v dear G, t pluS I' Sago Palms $12 95 I P with a errieYra es

5 South, Range 22 East,
7500. Dail and Mallie Dail, parcel in b ae I
northeast of North- ,
Gene D. Adams to Kenneth tltl
west quarter of Section 27, Christmas RedGeraniums G ,
Hodges. Mary E. Hodge and
Anne G. Hodge, parcel of landin Township 6 South Range 22 iniaa w.4. 4a 0 49 ,
East $9.000.()()() A. .
Section 18 Township 7 ra
L. G. Dail and Mallie Dail A a 1
to t
.545 :
South. Range 20 east. $65,000. /.q5 Chrl 'a
Joe Lee Adams and Linda S. ;
Viola C. Allen to Henry B.
llmson. a portion of West half Adams a parcel in Northeast Bloom) $129| Rea atm ts C f
of Northwest
of Southeast quarter of Sec- quarter quarterof ('in rlh '
Section 27, Township 6
tion 31. Township 7 South, White
South Range 22 East. 4600. $
Range 22 east.Iuoo. 98
Francis Alice Wadsworth L. G. Dail and Mallie Dail to Kayser Western Cedar
Earl Walker Jr. and PatriciaAnn
and Walden B. Wadsworth to looks Ea
Clifford I I. Brinson and BettyL Walker a parcel in marvelous DecorativeWood In Bloom
!Northeast; of North.
Brinson. 2 parcels in quarter Artificial StenlsHollySpruceEtc
Section 19. Township 7 South, west quarter of Section 27, And so does this classic pajama that will travel with you Gloxinias

Range 22 East: 30000. Township 6.South Range 22 everywhere. The contrast piping emphasizes Its smart Planters
East $8.700.Gene
James A. Ellmaker to L. M D. Adams and EmmieK. tailored lines.Sizes 3240. $7.00Stump's
:Norman': Jr., East 80 feet of CLEARANCE
Lots 12. 13 and H, of Block 19, Adams to James K. Lloyd' t SOC FROM $6a! $298
Temple's Addition to Starke and Joan Lloyd Lots 5 and (6 i of 3 Stems For .
Unit 3, Indian Beach Subdivision Store
$25,000Cecil Dept.
Adkins and Dianna D. $45,000.Charles .
Adkins to Herman F. Crews A. Crosby and r FREE PLANTS With 10.00
and. Sandra J. Crews Lot 1 in Joyce E. Crosby to James V. I IN BRADFORD SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER Purchase

Great Oaks Subdivision, Crosby and Helen B. Crosby. OPEN LATER STARTING DEC. 16
5.878 acres in Southwest 1
$13.000. I
William Robert Myrick and quarter of !Northwest quarter : \

Martha Myrick to Katherine OUR SERVICES

Mjrick Fitzpatrick, A portionof :
Southeast quarter of South- Dozer Work Landscaping

east quarter of Section 29,
Township! 6 South Range 22 (Give %
East. $12.000.Paul aSinger ( Sprinkler System Design & Installation

M. Steinmetz, Natalie Fill Dirt

W Copps Steinmetz to James and L.Michael Pattersonand C. Lawn Maintenance (By Contract) Lime Rock

Vivian B. Patterson .

parcel in South half of Northeast Gift Back Hoe Sprigging Sodding Seeding Tractor Mowing
quarter of Section 13, Sewing

Township East. $2.500.(8 South, Range 22 2W&f

Don II. Chitty Jean Chitty

Glenn C. Johnson and !M Thai the to save! I If I
!Maxine Johnson to Frank way I
Porreca and Esther Porreca

Lots'" 8. 9. t Hand t 12. of Block C. FASHION MATE zig-zag
of N. J. Jones Addition to
Starke. 14500. sewing machine u; \

V L. Starling and Annie G. Christmas Sale Price
Starling to Michael David [

Crapse and Ramona Crapse.
493 acres in !North; half of
Northwest quarter of North
east quarter of Section 23, I

Township 5 South Range 22 $8800 ,,
East. $9.9H) ,
W. F. Glenn to W. F. Glenn S
Jr and Vernon !N.; Glenn. Lots a
3 and 4 of Block 1. Warm's wa
Addition to Starke, 10500. Save -2195 t
Annie W. Haist to J. D. tI a
Carrying case or cabinet extra o 1
Odom and Vernie Phillips I
Odom. 105 foot by 105 foot ,

parcel in Section 20. Township '- ,
6South Range 22 East. 4900. } '
Gilbert Q. Crosley and Louie Has built-in blind- i :

Bell Crosley to Walter T. hem fashion, zig-
Hughes and Christine Hughes, zag stitchesexclu-- General Mgr. Hilton Coleman Owner Bob CooperTO
12 acres in South half of South- sive SJnger* front
east quarter of Southwest drop-in bobbin.
quarter of Section 25, 252/Z42, OUR MANY CUSTOMERS:
Township 5 South, Range 22

East, $15,000.Henry .
B. Hinson to Harry AnotherZig-ZagValueBySingerlSave! $00.00 Christmas$ 4MQQ We appreciate your support of our products and services during the past 4 years. We

W. Kyle and Mary Ann Kyle, With 7 interchangeable stitches exclusive drop-in bobbin. Sale Price I | *ff apologize to any we have offended by not being able to serve everyone when you desired service -

ten acres in Southwest quarterof Model 258 Carrying case or cabinet extra Reg '139" Were growing with one thought in. mind and that i la to serve you better in the days to
Section Xl, Township 7
South. Range 22 East, $50,000. Save '25-95 come Our recent addition of fill dirt and lime rock service along with our other services:

Dennis E. Borders and _aoa_ We also have liberal trade-in policy. enables us to serve your needs more completely.
Banita J. Borders to CharlesA. ep We have a Credit Plan designed to fit your budget.Coleman's ,
Again let me say Thank You for your help in making our business successful.
Wilds and Beverly A.
Wilds, parcel of land north of Sewing Center
Heilbronn Springs Road In Gratefully your
Section 28, Township 5 South, w.I.P 138 E. Call Street Starke Fla. 32091

Range 22 East $9.000. ApmovtmrnoiiioeAUB Phone 904/964.8312 .AT'_...Ot TMI SlNGIft' COMPANY
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