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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 19, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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DelayedLAKE BUTLER The trialof ....f EInployees'Asks

Raymond R. Stone, AY ,i .
scheduled to begin Monday, i
December 16, in Union County -
Circuit Court, has been 1 1 1I

postponed until February 25,

1975.Stone has been held at the ),..,; CommitteeDampier

Lake Butler Reception and \
Medical Center since his in-
dictment on October 28, by a I f. r y
Union County Grand Jury for W 1.' r 1 : STARKE'- "We just wantto
the kidnap-murder of Mrs. get down to the businessof
Jacqueline Joanna Smith of n 1r representing these people

Providence.Mrs. + ResignsAs ," A. J. Watson told the
Smith, the mother of
w city commission
Tuesday
three children, failed to return rte" '
night as he requested to
home from work in
Gainesville on the morning of V 0- Tech Head represent city employees
August 23. Nine days later, on under the new state collec-
September 1, her dismem- tive bargaining law.
bered body was found in the
Watson is the business
Santa Fe River just a few AuditSTARKE
miles from her home. Following manager of the Interna

Stone, a farm laborer and tional Brotherhood of
former prison inmate who Resignation of in which he owns a controlling Electrical Workers, Local
resided with the Smith Director William E. (Bill) interest." Unit 1205, of Gainesville.
Family, disappeared on the Dampier was accepted Tues- Dampier was Vo-Tech "With I
same date as Mrs. Smith. day night by the School Boardin Center Director for the past your permission
Following the issuance of a its first meeting following IVi years, since the election of would like to present our
nation-wide alert for Stone, last week's audit report which Supt. Jim Temple and the proposal in representingthe
who was the prime suspect in revealed Bradford-Union Vo- resultant switching of ad- workers, a majority of
the infamous crime, he was Tech Center purchasing from (See Page 5) whom have already signed
apprehended in Missouri on a firms in which Dampier has "
authorization cards
traffic violation. Returned to an ownership interest. Watson
Florida, he was indicted for r "Mr. Dampier has said."I .
Mrs. Smith's murder on requested that I accept his SpecialVote think it would be improper -
October 28 by a Union County resignation," Supt. Jim at this time to hear you
Grand Jury. 1 Temple told the School Boardat out. We are aware of the
Stone's trial, first scheduledfor the special meeting provisions that are to take
December 16, has been Tuesday night which was Set effect January 1 on collective
postponed until February 25. called to go over school bargaining for our employeesand
In other court action policies. No explanation of the we propose to lay the
Monday. December 16, Judge Larry Oliver Healan, 29 of Starke was traveling south on fell asleep and drove his truck onto3DI collide with llealan. dismissal was offered ground work here tonight to
Wayne M. Carlisle sentenced t'S-301' Lawtey when the driver of a Ford truck apparantly Tuesday during the meeting. In implement those provisions,"
three prison inmates to 15 Dampier was present but LawteyLAWTEY Mayor-Commissioner Charles
' years' each for escape. The made no comment.To Schaefer told Watson.
sentences meted out by Judge cover the vacancy the "Aren't you the employing
Man Struck Auto In Downtown StarkeSTARKE : Tuesday
I Carlisle are in addition to By duties of present county vo- January 28, has been set as agency for these workers?"
those now being served. tech supervisor Lawrence T. the date for a special electionto Watson asked.

' Arthur L. Johnson, Collin A Starke pedestrian resides at the Westmoreland Walnut Street, was making a W. II. Nihart, 71, of Riverside (Ted) Oglesby were doubled. be held in Lawtey to fill a "Of course we are, but we
Mims and Carl Nichols, each is in the Bradford County Trailer Park in Starke, was right turn onto Call Street Rhode Island was He was appointed director of vacancy on the city commis plan to work through and witha
charged with'escape, kidnapping Hospital for treatment and observation struck by the 1972 Oldsmobile from Walnut while Shank was chvvd with running a red the Bradford Vo-Tech Center board composed of our own
I Ti, and larceny each\of a of injuries sustained Station Wagon of'Mrs.:! ;Sarah attempting; to. cross Walnut j h X: the result! )1 ap! accidentthat effective Monday? Dec. 16, sion.Qualifying period for employees rather than v
motor vehicle were given when struck by an automobile Barrett Cooper, of Starke, from west to east when struck.In occurred becember 5 at replacing Odtupier. Oglesbywill candidates to i'ill the vacancywill 'directly 'with" labor p
15 years on the escape charge, to filed continue his supervisory at Noon on Monday, organizations, Schaefer said.
other while crossing Walnut Streetin according a report by the US-301 and SU-16 intersection. begin
with the charges being Starke, Saturday, Captain Harold Crews of the other recent accidents capacity as county vocational January 6, and end at Noon, The subject. under
dismissed by Assistant State December 14. Starke Police Department.Mrs. reported by the Starke Police education director. Saturday, January 11, 1975. discussion at Tuesday's
Attorney Barry Chapnick. A Clair G. Shank, 68, who Cooper going south on Department (See Page 5)) Oglesby's present secre- Registration of voters December 17, city com-
fourth co-defendant in the tary, Mrs. Gwen Moxley, was closed yesterday ( Wednes- mission meeting was
case, Charles Caldwell, will transferred to the Vo-Tech day, December 18)). Florida's new labor relationsact
stand trial in February on all Center with him. Writing the Absentee ballots will be passed at the last sessionof
three charges. The defendantswere School Board Policy Book Due federal projects in connectionwith available beginning Monday, the legislature, and
represented at Mondays the Vo-Tech directorshipof January 20, and the absentee becoming effective on
court proceedings by both Bradford and Union voting period will close January 1, 1975.
Assistant Public Defender Counties is too much work 27. The statute provides the
Monday, January
Gary Dunham. load to place on the present The city commission right of self-organization of
Discussion Adoption MondaySTARKE vo-tech center staff, Supt. authorized the special electionto the employees of any state,
7 Deer KilledIn ; Temple explained to the be called in a meeting held county, or municipal
school board. Monday, December 16. governmental body to form,
Included in the board's assist labor unions
Past Week School board also have to be changed Individually Bradford High School where trative staff for evaluation The vacancy on the com- join or or
policies, and thus, educational Hall said, after everybody agrees there is a then coming back at a second action, recommended(; by Supt. mission was created followingthe labor organizations.The .
Seven deer were killed by philosophy came under Jan. 1.The problem of students leavingthe public meeting to award the Jim Temple, was Dampier'stransfer death of incumbent Walter act also provides that
the 2,263 hunters who visited lengthy discussion this week board plans to adopt at campus, primarily for Bid. The board had discussedthis to the new Bradford (Pete) Smith. Smith had employees may bargain
School Reserve Officers with their
Camp Blanding Wildlife Man with another meeting set this this Monday night's meetingthe lunch. policy a few months ago, High qualified for re-election to the collectively em-
agement Area during the Monday, Dec.23, at 5 p.m. for policy handbook, of some School board bid opening but didn't go for it then. Chair- Training Corps as a teacher.His city commission post in the ployers through represen-
week, Dec. 915. adoption.The 68 pages, in its entirety.A procedures were also discussed man Hall is a proponent of the army post would be as a regular city election held tatives of their own choosing.
non-commissioned officer in Another of the is
I Bradford School Boardis variety of subjects were and that discussion is change in the bidding proce- Tuesday December 3. Eight option statute
Other game taken included: be continued this the BUS ROTC program and the election that employees may refrain
moving to adopt a revisedset discussed this past Monday to coming dure. days preceding
one hog, five turkeys, 17 quail, The board discussed must be approved by the November 25, Smith from such activity if they so
, of policies prior to Jan. 1 night, including social promo- Monday. "To be candid about it, the Monday
71 cat squirrel, six fox when the board will come tion, the number of times a instead of opening all bids in a question is does it (the new Department of the Army. died suddenly of a heart at- desire.
: squirrel, two rabbits, and one under the Florida Administrative student should be retained in a public meeting, speeding up bidding procedure) constitute Dampier was given I7'y days tack, but Lawtey voters re- "There are other labor
wood duck. Procedures Act. After grade from grades 1-6 or 1-8, the procedure by allowingbids government in the sunshine or accrued leave as his YoTechDirector's elected him to office on organizations who wish to be
that, it will take a public adding ninth grade courses to to be opened by the school is it a time when some hanky- pay in another December 3 by a vote of 123 to considered and I think it
inainrssysirtaeserwWJir hearing and advertisement in those required for high school staff at any appointed time panky can go on," Supt. Jim special action by the school 88 over opponent James L. would be premature at this
and school board with the board receiving a list board at the request of Supt. time for the commission to
a newspaper that the hearingon graduation, Temple said of the request for Waters. "
a policy will be held beforea bidding procedures. Also of all bids and giving its ap the staff to open bids. The Temple. He will report Jan. 22 The special election to be hear your proposal, Schaefer
i omnQriir change can be made, according coming in for a lengthy dis- proval. Present policy is to policy, to open bids in public to BHS. held Tuesday, January 28, to said.
to Board Chairman cussion was the board's policyon open bids in a public meeting, meetings, was left intact this Dampier's resignation was fill the vacancy on the city Mayor-Schaefer then asked
Rodney Hall. Each policy will a closed or open campus for turn them over to the adminis- (See Page 5) accepted effective Friday, commission will be the only Clerk Merrill Edwards to
Dec. 20 at 5 p.m. His status at item on the ballot.Permit request each department headto
Bradford High will be as an appoint one employee from
I annual contract teacher. The each department to serve on a
I I Woodley To Head Hospital Trusteesplaced school board in its Tuesday Issued "collective bargaining" boardto
action, however, reserved the represent all of the city's
I right to review Dampier s ForNewPlnnt employees in future
LAKE BUTLER In a Lewis and Brown have to a written agreement The expected written contractural status and at the negotiations to implement the
Gift Wrapping special called meeting of the indicated that they are not outlining the terms and proposal from HCF had not board's Discretion and upon A building permit in the statute.
Boutique by Board of Trustees of the Union seeking re-appointment to the conditions under which the been received by the trustees recommendation of the super- amount of $24.000 was issued The new board will be
I Junior Woman's Club General Hospital held Board.On HCF.hospital would be operated by at the time. of their meeting vising principal, reinstate Tuesday to Art Keifer, a composed of eight members.One .
, Dec.21,23 &24 Tuesday afternoon December Tuesday.Ambulance Dampier's continuing con member of the Bradford each from the Fire,
I 911a.m.2t06p.m.I 17, Covington Woodley was Monday, November 25, tract status as a teacher on or County Zoning Board, for Police, Recreation, Sewer &
Stuff ft Things :I elected to serve as chairman, in a session with the before Oct. 1, 1975. erection of a steel pre. Water Gas, Electrical, Street
I W. Call St. and J.D. Griffis as vice- Boar Joint County Commissioners Shelter Resignation of the Vo-Tech fabricated building on & Garbage, and the Ad-
----- chairman.The the hospital Directorship comes one week property at the Keystone ministration Department.
Arts ft Crafts move was taken by the trustees tentatively accepteda after an audit of the School Airport. Collective bargaining is
Bazaar trustees because of the up- verbal proposal from Health Union Co.LAKE Board's internal accounts by Keifer plans to start defined as negotiations between
Slated
Saturday, Dec. 21 coming expiration of the termof Care Facilities, Inc. of Fort In Starke Accountant Neil erection of the building early organized workers and
I f to 12 noon Chairman Buckner Lewison Lauderdale to take over and Tucker, who handed the in January and will install their employers concerning
In front of Florida December 20. The terms of re-open the hospital. Final BUTLER At the in licensed trailer report to the school board equipment to manufacturesteel salaries and wages, hours of
TheatreI Lewis and board member CarlL. acceptance however, was request of Jerry Wilson, parks, but prohibits their without comment on Dec. 9. tubing, which is used by employment and working
Brown expire on the same made contingent upon the emergency medical technician placement within one block of The audit report listed the petroleum industry. One conditions and any measure
BHS Mugs For Sale date. verbal proposal being reduced and manager of the Main Street. The ordinance Dampier as president of Parts unit will be installed initially, proposed byemployers
by FBLA II Union Ambulance Service, the designates certain other areasin Service Co. of Starke and vice- with plans to expand the plantin directly affecting their em-
With BHS Emblem city countil on Wednesday, the city in which mobile president of Dampier Enter- the future. ployees. Collective bargaining
$1.50 Each December 11, approved the homes cannot be located. prises, Inc. The. report County Zoning Director gives employees a voice in
4 for $3.25 Each Early Copy Needed For Tuesday Paper expenditure of "up to" $800 to The ordinance specifies a revealed purchase orders on L.M. Gaines said that very conditions that affect them.
be applied to the cost of minimum width of 10 feet, anda the two firms in which few permits have been issued With the organization of the
Early Copy Needed 'I Early news and advertisingcopy without too much work over materials for the constructionof minimum length of 30 feet Dampier has a personal Interest this month for residential city's collective bargaining
For Tuesday Paper is needed Thursday the weekend. Deadline for' a garage to house the two for mobile homes, and sets had been signed by construction or mobile homes, board underway, eight
Next Week Friday, and Saturday, Dec. these items is noon, Saturday, vehicles operated by the forth the requirements for Dampier as Vo-Tech Center and predicted the slowdown members will represent the
19-21, so that The Telegraphmay Dec. 21. However, any copy ambulance service when they water, sewer and electrical Director. No amount of would continue until after the city's 80 employees.
Display Ads I be published on Tuesdaynext which can be submitted are not in use.Estimated connections. purchases was listed.It holidays. "Since we have a majorityof
5 p.m. Friday week to come out before earlier will be greatly appre- Penalties for violations of was pointed out in the the electrical workers who
Christmas. ciated. cost of the the provisions of the new audit report that an employeeof Rain have already signed
Long
News Copy, The paper will actually be in The Telegraph will also be materials needed to build the ordinance will not be more the school system making Day authorization cards, 1 would
Correspondence city racks Monday night. published early the following 30 x 30 foot shelter is $1,113 than a fine of$100 or 60 days in purchases from a firm in like to suggest that the
Classified Ads Advertisers, therefore, will week, on Tuesday, Dec. 31, to Wilson said.Remaining. jail.The which he has ownership is Breaks DroughtAn commission appoint a third
Legal Ads have one more chance to let come out before New Year's costs of the council has taken under prohibited by school policy party, such as a judge, a
Noon Saturday I shoppers know what they havein Day. The same early copy building materials will be paid advisement a plan to provide and by state law. The statute all-day rain Sunday pastor or a church, to help
the conditions will prevail the for by the county and the labor liability insurance for the city. brought an averageof 1.5
c..i.raEllie : pre-Chrlstmas heavy cited in the audit report with the negotiations and to
,shopping period. Deadline for following week. will be supplied by volunteer Under consideration is a planto states: inches to Bradford County, check the memberships of the

(Community!I !J J&tatt advertising copy is'' 5 p.m. Regular Thursday publication workers.A mobile. home ordinancethat provide $300,000 coveragefor "No officer or employee of a tions braking that near-drought had condi- employees," Watson.sai Friday, Dec. 20. will be resumed January bodily Injury and $50,000 state or city or prevailed
lIonlt has been under for agency county during October November, "I think it would be best
i News items of all types, cor- 9. The Telegraph greatly study for property damage and other political subdivision of that
respondence, classified ads appreciates the cooperation of the past few months was,, certain other provisions for the state can transact and the early part. of we hear from our employeesfirst.
._. .. in its final form at any December. ." Schaefer said.
A. *Now Up and legal ads are requested to all its correspondents. adopted personal Injury suits.A business in his official
1..rp.d.r.l0..ess.ur..aCs Wednesday's meeting.The of Total rainfall for the week of Commission action was
.. be submitted as early as pos- Merry Christmas! preliminary estimate capacity with any business
,sible so Telegraph typesetters new ordinance providesthat the cost to the city is $956 for entity of which he is an officer, December 9-16 averaged 2.5 deferred on Watson's unheard
eesass stases swseeals sw alesas r will have time to set the copy -The Editor mobile homes may be the annual premium. director, agent, or member or Inches in the county. (Se Page 5)

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Helen Jane Lc mg Carl Cory Wed In First Baptist Church CeremonyWoman's Dawn Roznowski Weds Mr. CrewsDawn New Members HonoredBy

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Miss Helen Jane Long and School in West Palm Beach. Doris Roznowski, bride and groom. The bride Woman's ClubThe
Carl Randall Cory exchanged lie is a Florida Highway daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and groom stood in the .. I
nuptial vows Saturday ,4 j j1ck patrolman Alachua County. Victor S. Lamb of Starke, and receiving line. Miss Liza smaller tree of fruit, riooon I I
evening, Nov. 30, at 7:30 John Franklin Crews, son of Morris kept the bride's book. Woman's Club of Starke bows and foliage was used in h
o'clock in the First Baptist Beverly Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Crews of The hall was decorated with honored new members Wednesday the auditorium along with
Church with Rev Ben P. Lawtey, were united in arrangements of white and afternoon of last weekat large gold vases of magnolia
Bryant officiating. Tarek Kamareddine marriage Saturday, Nov. 16, yellow daisies and potted the annual Christmas tea at leaves and Christmas orna-
The bride is the daughter of at B p.m In the First Baptist ferns The bride's table and the clubhouse. nenls were spaced at pointsof
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Milton ... : H4$1I'T $ Engagement Told Chruch, Starke. Rev. Ben punch tables were covered Mrs. J. E Hardy greeted interest.
Long of Starke, and the Bryant performed the double- with white lace cloths and held members and guests and The tea table was covered
parents of the bridegroom are ring ceremony.The arrangements of yellow, presented them to Mrs. with a white cutwork linen
Mr, and Mrs. Carl E. Cory of Mr and Mrs. F. H. Kramerof altar was decoratedwith orange, and white daisies with Eugene Tanner, president of cloth and centered with u\
Edgewater, Fla.Highlighting Starke announce the an eight-tiered white greenery, Mrs. Helen Quinn, the senior club; Miss Dianne beautiful arrangement ol'
the altar were engagement and approaching candelabra, geranium leaves, the bride's grandmother, cut Gaskins president of the rosebuds in shades of pink in u
baskets and sunburst marriage of their grand- yellow daisies and green the cake. Assisting were Mrs. Little Women's Club; Mrs. tall silver container, flanked
arrangement of white gladioli, daughter, Miss Beverly Pat- potted ferns. Virginia Darby, Mrs. Jean Charles Goodowns, presidentof large silver punch bowl alone
pink Fuji mums and red roses terson of Miami, daughter of [Mrs. L.A. Canova, organist, Roznowski, Miss Melanie the Junior Club, and new by a end of the table and a
against a background of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Patterson and Mrs. Jean Roznowski, Morris and Leslie Morris. members: Mrs. David silver tea service at the other
magnolia, tree and branched of Kane, Pa. to Tarek soloist, presented a programofl Following a wedding trip to Browning, Mrs. Ewell
candelabra with burning Kamareddme, son of Mrs. nuptial music.1o'rederick St. Petersburg and Sea World Lawson, Mrs William end.pouring punch and tea were
tapers. The pews were Badrieh Ftooh of Tripoli, Crews attended the couple is residing at 1020 Marchant, Mrs. J. Houston presidents, Mrs. R A
marked with white satin bows Lebanon.The as best man and ushers were Eastwood Drive, Starke. McClane, Mrs. Gladys Wasdm past Sr., Mrs. James A.
and greens and in each win- wedding will take placeat Leslie Crews, Jr. and Stephen The bride is a 1964 graduateof and Mrs. Wayne Whiffen. Green. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid
dow were single white burning the home of the bride-to- Dale Crews. Groomsman was BUS, is self employed and The clubhouse was beauti- Griffin Mrs.C.Il- NasIIrthyl\Irs. A.
tapers and greens.A be's aunt, Mrs. A. J. Barry, Daniel Roznowski, brother of was former manager of D&D fully decorated in the Christ Russell Norman, Mrs. H C.
program of nuptial music 1517 Bessent Road on the bride. Drive-Inn. mas theme by Mrs. George Miss Della Rosenberg
was presented by Mrs. L.A. ti Christmas day at 4:30: p.m. Mrs. Mildred Crews servedas Roberts. Center of interestwas Hitch Sale.
Canova, Sr., organist, and s7 matron of honor. She wore The groom is a 1966 a tall lighted Christmastree and Mrs. Guy the mem-
serving
Mrs. Carl Hurst, soloistS a blue floor length gown and graduate of BUS, is a Vietnam in the library with the Hostesses Mrs
carried veteran and is employed in mantel centered with bers and !guests\ were
.R. Decker of Gainesville Twin Sisters yellow mums with an Mrs. Janet
served as best man and the green ribbons. maintenance at Camp arrangement of the Three George Roberts A. Russell
ushers were Jack Cory of New CelebrateBirthdays Bridal attendants were Lisa Blanding. He is a Sgt. E-5 Wise Men. Magnolia leaves, Turner. Mrs. Willie Mae
Smyrna Beach, Fred Behrensof and Melanie Morris and Mrs. National Guard Co. A 146th holly and Christmas decorations Norman; Mrs.
Pinellas Park, C.W. Dias of Jean Roznowski. Liza and Signal Battalion, Jackson were placed along the Denton, Mrs. M A. Payne and
Williston and Stan Wallace of )x Melanie wore blue floor length ville. tops of the bookcases. A Miss Kathy Brown.
Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and gowns and Jean wore a pink
Edgewater.Mrs..Daniel M. Pater, III, of Mrs. Charles Darby celebrated floor length gown. They '!.>>' lS.-Jh lI irb ]''h J /Ztirltl Jh t aJh t]hP

Las Vegas, Nev. sister of the their birthdays carried yellow mums with
bride, attended a matron of Tuesday night of last week ala green ribbons. F---- -
honor. She was attired in a dinner and bridge party The bride, given in -
floor length dress of cherry Club of Starke, cheson, Mrs. Gus Kopelousos, given at the home of Mrs marriage by her stepfather, \ -
maracaine jersey, attached where the hors d'oeuvres Mrs. W.B. Mundy, Mrs. R P. John Kopelousos in Orange Victor Lamb wore a white
with a matching hood and table was centered with a McLendon, Mrs. Harold F. Park. Hostesses were the lace gown over taffeta with
shoulder cape. She carried a four-branch silver candelabra Godwin, Mrs. Betty W. honoree's daughters, Mrs. organdy skirt decorated with -
nosegay bouquet of white Fuji accented with white satin Register, Mrs. Larry Kopelousos, Mrs. Randy lace appliques. Her matchingveil -
pompoms, baby's breath and streamers and lihes-of-the- Crawford, Mrs. P.T. Nolin, Johns, Mrs. Bob Noble, Mrs. was edged with lace, and
red roses. valley. Down the length of the Mrs. Don Neel, Mrs. Billy Lee Akridge and Mrs. Gene attached to a headpiece. The e Dress ..
Bridal attendants were Miss table was a garland of fresh Dodd, Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, Jr., Shaw. bridal train was trimmed with ,
Marian Dowling, Miss Susan smilax roping. Mrs. John A. Torode, Mrs. The Kopelousos home was lace. She carried a family and Gift a: ;
Edwards and Miss Deborah The bride's table was JR. Chasteen, Mrs. Joyce gayly decorated in the holiday bible topped with yellow
Edwards,cousins of the bride, overlaid with an imported Kiherd: Mrs. C.L. Currie, motif. The eight guests sat at spider mums.A Shop
and Miss Gayle Shuford of French alencon lace cloth Mrs. Mike Bock, Mrs. James the dining room table which reception was held in the 132 EAST CALL ST
Lawtey. They were attired in over satin with scallops of O'Brian, Mrs. James R. held two miniature Christmas church Fellowship Hall, "
gowns identical to that of the fresh smilax, and was centered Reddish, Mrs. Earl B. trees. where guests were greeted at Phone 964-5051 .T '
honor attendant, but in car- with a five-tiered Searing, Mrs. C.A. Knight, Following dinner several the door by the parents of theBIRTHS :/ I r'
nation pink, and carried fountain wedding cake topped !Mrs V.J. Spengler, Mrs. A.N. of bridge were : r
French style nosegays of with lilies-of-the-valley and Holliday, Mrs. J.D. Warren, progressions played and awarded : ., '
prizes
white Fuji pompoms, red silver wedding bells. This was Mrs. Edwin Williams, Mrs. Has the Perfect ,
roses and baby's breath. flanked by two five-branch Joey Branson, Mrs. Palmer A
Little Miss Kimberly Coryof silver candelabras with Williams, Mrs. Donald Wendee HallCelebrates l
Edgewater, niece of the burning white tapers and two Hardenbrook, Mrs. Linwood
bridegroom, attended as epergnetts holding white roses Bobo, Mrs. S.R. Decker, Mrs. *"J;'t !Mr and Mrs. Gary Vogt of Gift for any Man to .Choose t
flower girl in a miniature and ''dies-of-the-valley. J.E. Denmark, Mrs. L.L. Starke announce the birth of a .
dress identical I to that of the -The two silver punch bowls, Dyal, Jr., Mrs. Bob Ferguson, 5th Birthday daughter, Elizabeth Anne, v* ,
matron of honor, in cherry, encircled with smilax, held ice Mrs. George B. Flynn, Jr., born Dec. 5 in Shands Medical *
and carried a white lace floats made with pink bridal Mrs O.L. Haynes, Jr., Mrs. Little Wendee Hall celebrated Center. Paternal grand- for the Lady in his Mile Large
flower basket of white rose roses. Presiding at the punch E.L. Matthews, Mrs. Linda her fifth birthday parents are Mr. and Mrs. Selection
petals. bowls were Mrs Dan M Kay Johns, and Mrs, Lila Rae Saturday morning when her Charles Gaston of Starke. r
Master Craig Cory, nephewof Pater, Jr., Miss Stella Jane Yawn. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles -- of
the bridegroom, also of Costello, Mrs. George Shuford Rice bags of light pink net Hall gave a party for her at Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brown
Edgewater, served as ring and Miss.Janice Currie. tied with darker pink satin their home on Crystal Lake. announce the birth of a son, CostumeJewelry
bearer, and was attired like Pouring coffee were Mrs. ribbon, carried on silver Justin Marc, born Dec. 6 in the .f x
the bridegroom.The Charles A. Darby and Mrs. trays, were handed out by TheWmnie-The-Pooh theme Alachua General Hospital. .. ,, l : to !1
bride, given in W.E. Dowling. Mrs. Robert M Patricia Decker, Suzanne was carried out in the party Grandparents are Mr, and ) l :
marriage by her father, worea Lee of Wilton, Conn., twin Dyal, Yvonne Bobo, and decorations, table appoint- Mrs George W. Brown and .i I ComplimentAny
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floor length, white sister of the bride's mother, Kimmy Sundusadee. ments and in the cake. Mr and Mrs. Clarence ;
maracaine jersey gown with and Mrs. J. Maurice Edwards Background music was Dawley of Starke. i Outfit
inset waistline, forming a Jr., aunts of the bride, provided by Mrs. L.A. Canova The seven little guests ?. "
draped bodice and a full skirt cut the bride's cake. and Cindy CissyFollowing enjoyed two games and were !1
with classic sweep train. Mrs. John Allen and Miss a wedding trip to visited by Santa Claus who THE BRADFORD "
Venise lace adorned the high. Cheryl Godwin of Gainesvilleand the Southern part of the state gave them Christmas candy COUNTY:. TELEGRAPH
reaching collar. Her picturehat Miss Patricia Edwards the couple is residing in favors. The youngsters were Published "
of snow white satapeauwith kept the bride's book. Gainesville.The also given balloons and color at 13K W.every Call Thursday Street Sleepweardesigned
imported Alencon lace Assisting in serving and bride graduated from ing books. Starke, Florida 32091
blossomed into a longspun caring for the guests were BUS, class of 1972, attendedthe
Mrs.J.D. Seymour, Mrs.John University of South Mrs. J. E Denmark
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bridal roses, lilies-of-the- Mrs. Ben Moxley, Mrs. and is attending Santa Fe guests.Outoftown. d : I I Girl
valley. stephanotis and baby's Charles Darby, Mrs. Ressie Junior College. guests were Rates: Tn \\SA\I\
breath. Her going away Colson, Mrs. Robert Mr. Cory graduated from Wendee's grandmother, Mrs. In trade area: 18.(Ml per In Mind
corsage was of white roses Barksdale, Mrs. J.B. Godwin, New Smyrna Beach High Anna Leaptrot and aunt, Mrs. year: 83.50six> months ..
and stephanotis.A Mrs. Kiert Sundusadee, Mrs. School, attended junior Richard Sieg, and daughters,
reception was held at the Charles Blalock, Mrs. A.J. college and graduated from Lauren and Leanne all of Outside trade area: 17.00
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," ':" ';) .I IJn 8fF.mn. BrookerCouple JuniorClub' Plans Holiday Activities Justin Wallets ;
I ,j'rtM&,: j.. W .tllf"_ ++'JH- ReliGious Hand Bags .f j(':
To Observe will also have a Gift Bibles Diamond PendantsBulhngton's ;
25thAnniversary E, The December meeting of They ,
r1 Bullington's Gift Gift Shop )
$ CI the Junior Woman's!:! Club of Wrapping Boutique, Shop
Starke was held in the piano December 21, 23, and 24 in
room of the club house with Stuff & Things. Hour for gift- ,
1 George Canova, Bradford wrapping are 9 to 11 a.m. and
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. "Ned"Hicks

aA: < It J wedding will anniversary celebrate their Sunday 25th County Mr. ,Hospital as speaker. administrator 2 members to At 6 the p.m.close exchanged of the meeting hand- .

Dec. 22, at a reception from 2 Canova gave an In- crafted gifts. Mrs. Glenn We CareIf
to 4 p.m. at their home in teresting account of his trip to
Brooker.All Tekoa, Honduras, where he Hicks was a guest for the I
friends are invited to ? vl and other volunteers erectedan evening.
attend. emergency hospital for
} flood victims of that area. Christmas Party : depressed anxious
After the you are or
41 iii*1 1.t Green Acres 4-H S Charles Goodowns program,hostess Mrs.for Set At Head Start
the of conditions
evening, invited guests because arising
.t ''rj' Club EntertainedThe and members to the sunroomfor who Bradford attend County CUBB ,Agency'sHead children j
refreshments. The table
was covered with a red linen Start Program will from family, personal, '
Green Acres 4-H club cloth and centered by an enjoy their Christmas party at ,
had its Christmas party Cox -Savell of multicoloredroses. the RJE School Building
arrangement
P Friday night, Dec. 13, at the A candelabra with nine center today (Thursday, Dec. j alcoholic or drug problems 11.
home of Mr. and Mrs. James Wedding Set red tapers and miniature 19)). ;
Balkcom.A snowmen also were used to The Pizza Hut is furnishing i
weiner roast and games lunch for the youngsters, after
out the Christmas
were enjoyed.The Dec.28Mr. carry theme. Each club member which, at one p.m.? the Give Us A Call At :,
Christmas
party will begin,
received a small gift from the j
Green Acres Club is
a .
and Mrs Charles club with gifts and refreshmentsfor t
newly organized club and Wayne Cox of Starke for president Mrs. all the children. 964-8382
consists, of 21 members and merly of Jackson, Goodowns. Head
Miss. Start
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Bride The club planned a party for appreciates
Janel Goodman Becomes leaders. The leaders are Mr. nounce the engagement of the many donations
and Mrs.James Balkcom, Mr. their daughter, Teresa indigent children to be held received from local
Of Mr. Gillen In Lake CityMiss and Mrs. J.T. Parrish,' Mr. Waynette to Jeffrey Morgan December 18 after the and individuals to merchants help- 4 We'd Like To Help i
monthly bridge luncheon at
and Mrs. Fred Johns, and Savell, of Mr. ii
son and Mrs. J. make this party a success.
Donna Janel Good miniature seed pearl hearts Mrs. and Mrs. Lloyd Douglas.The T. Savell of Jackson. the club house. The club will Tuesday of this week the j' i
man, daughter of Mr. and and blue satine ribbons. club meets every two The wedding will be solem- also give Christmas gifts to children enjoyed a visit to the j i
the residents of Crocus BradfordUnionGuidance
Given in marriage by her weeks and is looking forwardto cot
Mrs. Seeber Goodman, and nized December 28 at 2:30 Florida Theatre to see
father, the bride wore a long entering projects in the tage.The club voted tq send a ,
Scotty A. Gillen, II, son of Mr. p.m. in Forest 11111 Baptist "Hansel and Gretel.
and Mrs. S.A. Gillen of Lulu, gown of blue satin, with Fair next year. Church of Jackson. $10 cash Christmas gift to In recent months Smokey Clinic
of blue chiffon their foster child in Vietnam.
were Nov. 29 united at 7:30:in marriage p.m. at the on overlay trimmed with eyelet, and -----_,-.. .-... .. ..........n << :'?*-' f:".*-. %J.JJ"1.-- .M > ..Iq;. This have Saturday the club will the several Bear has times visited, shown the center films :
home of the bride in Lake featuring a fitted bodice and an Arts and Crafts and talked with
She carried Bazaar to be held in front of the children, W.Madison St. Starke
puff sleeves. a Know; 4
City. Mrs. Frances R. Greene yu.- the Florida Theatre betweenthe who look forward to his visits
cascade of yellow pompomsand
performed the nuptials. with enthusiasm and
great 4
hours of and .
9 12 w
Decorating the home was a streamers birds-of-paradise of yellow ,velvet with Mr. and Mrs. L, C. Smith of Eugene Radar and Mr. and ---- -- ---- -- -noon.- appreciation_ -- 0 __ u _ __ 0 __ __0 _ ___ h ____ __
white candelabra arch with tubing and English ivy. Dublin, Ga. were Saturday Mrs. Kenny Leggs of Peoria, Q Q Q Q Q &W & QW Q QpP
side of
white tapers. On each held in overnight guests his 111. are guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. w
were pedestal arrangementsof A reception was also mother, Mrs. Henry O'Hara. C. Early for two weeks. fJt:)
the bride's home. The bride'stable
bronze mums, exotic Birdsof Mrs. O'Hara also had as ,
Paradise, yellow pompomsand was covered with a Sunday dinner guests, her 't ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chitty
ti-leaves. yellow satin cloth with an children, Mrs. Ruth Frazier, ?IV ,7,". y .. <0
Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. Chester .
of lace. The two tiered Ik" iJ ..
overlay .
I Robert Belgeau of Miami Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Herbrand ., '
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Hadsock of Lakeland, Ga. and I '
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Beach played the" organ and wedding miniature cake bride was and topped groom.witha of Daytona Beach and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. James Hurst .hi- .")' .. 'I f.-, ...r t:;;,, .r.'" .,. ooa/1fPeo :
sang "Because. Mrs. Henry Rogers of Waldo. and daughter of Frostproofwere """ .. Ail. r < '\a $? ..
encircled \
Robert Galen of Lake City The punch bowl was ,"""" 'J .tV

attended his brother as best with sprengerii Mrs. Elaine and yellow Paulkof T-Sgt. and Mrs. Norman and Mrs.recent Carl visitors Hurst. of Mr. w I'h. "= _. .. .. "...". .. 1t '" -i' UI."""#

man.Mrs.! Wayne Harper at- pompoms.Tifton, Ga., the groom's AFB Rigdon,N.of C. spent Seymour the weekend Johnson Mark Crawford of ill '. 'f'I .> .._' ". .
tended her sister as matron of sister, cut the cake. Mrs. with her parents, Mr. and Mississippi College is home "v"" "'!: ., /1fP
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honor. She wore a long A-line Goodman, mother of the Mrs. George W. Brown. for the holidays. iJJ ooa:
double knit dress in shades of bride, greeted the guests at '7 fJt:)
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lavender, pink and blue with the door. _..#. ,, '', t"II!
short sleeves. She carried a Following a wedding grip to i i w fh. t'%%i't<, >',j' ..%'1. .ptY..t:0 \ (
bouquet of carnations with South Florida the couple is DeWiit G. Jones .' '{: ( ', "
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Welty. staff doctors and
members of the courtesy $!? !
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W.. F. Coolox/e. Observe 50th Anniversary- -frvfrrvfrvfrEr!'"v&=t$ "" ... \ .. Mr' and! Mrs/ llowardr

the occasion. The refreshmenttable Mr. and Mrs. II.A. Lawson cafm=n g qJ(0CU < KAk)1Ef f and Meyer relatives were visiting in Tifton friends, Ga. It
was covered with a spent Sunday and Monday over the weekend.Mr. .
cutwork cloth. Serving cake with their daughter, Miss ....., -- -
and punch were Mrs. D.B. Elizabeth Lawson in Lake w.awraararRitaeiitReiitaa0iwRwaur. Allen and Richard Harrisonof and Mrs. L.A. Woods of
Harley, Mrs. RE. Smith and Wales, and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Gray Flynn Gayle Hatcher, Gladys Mooty society Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Fort Lauderdale spent the Savannah, Ga. were last '
Mrs. D.C Tedder. Duke in Auburndale.Mr. Brad Carter, Greg Reddishand editor, will be on vacation Pownall and family of weekend with their grandparents Thursday visitors of Mrs. I
Tallahassee will arrive this A.S.
Linda Haas of the Mr and Mrs. Lawson.
r next week so that she may weekend to spend the holidays Ewell
and Mrs. R, H. Grider University of South Floridaare Harrison.
the holiday visit of her
enjoy with their mother Mrs.
TeenageVolunteers their home for the .
had as Sunday guests holidays.Mr. son-in-law and daughter, Lt. Malcolm Pownall. Joining the s.ana.aeaea.ar
family: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd and Mrs. R.G. Thornton, who
for Christmas will be
family
Grider of St. Simons Island, and Mrs. Henry
will be here from San Diego
Mr.and Mrs.Thomas Pownall
Douville of Stefanelli returned last OrangesGrapefruit
Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Calif. News contributors
are
Enjoy PartyThe Orange Park,Buddy Grider of Tuesday from a visit with Mr. asked to please turn In your and children of Palm Bay.
Fernandma Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stefanelli to the Telegraph office
of and in Wichita copy Miss Lenore Allen of Ii
Teenage Volunteers of and Mrs. Kenneth Grider family Falls for next week's issue, phone
Farms
Starke. Texas. Penney was a Monday
the Hospital Auxiliary held 984-6305.
overnight guest of Miss
their annual Christmas party Justin Wallets Melissa Pfiester will take $'YLAYIaISi ttlW YTY laM 11W tatil Yast ae111RY M Madge Middleton.Mrs. :4
last Tuesday night at the Hand Bags part in the Nutcracker balletat
Mrs. B.C. Holtzendorf, Sr.
Linda Johns
home of Mrs.
the Civic Auditorium Hazen of
Diamond Pendants on Jettye
returned Thursday after a
Mr.and Mrs. w.... "Happy" with sponsor Mrs., on Jimmy W. Weldon Lawson Street, co-, Bullington's Gift Shop Saturday. three weeks visit with her Gainesville was a guest last. $35B
week
of Mrs. A.E.
Cooley celebrated their golden sister, Mrs. F.O. Perry in McKinney.Mrs.
wedding anniversary on sponsor assisting.The Mr. and Mrs. Errol Rhodesof Mark Price of West Florida Houston, Texas, and brother, McKinney's brother,
Sunday, Dec. IS, at a recep- refreshment table was Beaver Falls, Pa. and Mr. spent Saturday to Mondaywith Ernest McGhin in Livingston, Ivan Hazen of Jacksonville
tion from 2 to 4 p.m. in the covered with a green linen and Mrs. Gene Bowser of New his grandparents, Mr. Texas.She also visited Mexico was a Saturday visitor.
First Christian Church cloth and centered with a Brighton, Pa. will be Sundayand and Mrs. M.B. Jordan. and other points of interest in Vine Ripe RuskinTOiATOES
Fellowship Hall. silver candelabra with red Monday guests of Mr. and Texas. LETTUCE
Standing in the receivingline tapers. Encircling the punch Mrs. F. II. Kramer. Misses Etta and Louise Brooker BurglarsGet
were Mr. and Mrs. Cooley bowl was an arrangement of Seaman 3-c Murry McRae is Fripp of Columbia S.C. and Mr.and Mrs. Charles Hardy
and their son and daughter-in- poinsettias, pine cones and home for three weeks after six Mrs. Ada Wollenberg of were hosts at a family TV's, Rifles
law Mr. and Mrs. Wallace pine bark. months tour of duty in the Farmington, Conn. are Christmas dinner and birthday c 25
Cooley of Lake Butler. Miss During the evening the girls Mediterranean spending the holidays with party Sunday STARKE Shotguns 29 Head
Christie Faulkner kept the enjoyed two games with their sister, Mrs. L.G. Powell. celebrating the birthdays of rifles television sets and Lb.
guest book. prizes and sang seasonal Lt. Barry Firth of Corpus They were accompanied here Mrs. Hardy and her brother copper wire were some of the
Arrangements of gold songs. Debbie Shuford was an Christ!, Texas is home on two by Miss Helen Rowe of G.E. (Sam) McGauley. items taken in thefts reportedto -
flowers decorated the hall for out-of-town guest. weeks leave. Columbia, S.C., who was Thirty-three members of the the Bradford County South Fla. Pole
Wednesday overnight guest of, family from Palatka, Sheriff's office.
Mrs. Powell while enroute to Jacksonville, Gainesville and William M. Harrrell, who $
Orlando to spend the holidayswith Starke enjoyed the occasion. resides west of Brooker BEANS 3L For 1
relatives. reported the theft of a 12 .
guage- shotgun a 22 caliber
Mr. and Mrs. Keith BOOKS rifle a large color televisionset
Gillingham and family of Religious and a smaller portable Fresh Norman's Has
Tampa will spend the Bibles television.
Christmas holiday with Mr. Bullington's Gift Shop Another color television set STRAWBERRIES IndianRiver
and Mrs. Guy Sale.
and a tape player were taken
Local admittances to from the home of Jerome
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mc- Bradford County Hospital this Pellum who resides in the 3 Pts. $1 FruitNorman's
t& Nutt of Climax, Mich were week include: Artemus Reno section in Starke.
( 'I'l J' J Wednesday to Saturday Brown, Demerry Conner, Copper wire belonging to
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Robert L. Thomas Roland the Florida Power Cor-
Stearns. Noegel, Clarence Miller Mrs. poration was taken by thieves \ e ad 0\ tIII!!..
Fannie Reams Clair Shank from a location on SR-21 near ece \,. id8......
Mrs. W.B. Mundy was in Mrs. Mable Barley and Mrs. SR-21B, between Keystone Just -8"-'
Tallahassee last Monday to Ruth Shanbarger, Starke; Heights and Melrose.All Flesh
Wednesday visiting her Mrs.Jo Busbee and Robert A. of the thefts are under
daughter. Miss Jean Mundy. Norman, Keystone Heights; investigation by the Bradford
Miss Mundy will arrive Mrs. Rachel Moore, Brooker; County Sheriff's
Friday to spend the holidayswith John Ford and Mrs. Gladys Farm
Decorators in tIt, verv bet II// IlIlC'/ her mother. VanNetta, Melrose; Mrs.
Sandra Lee and Miss Nancy '=- J
The employees of Koch's Peek, Lake Geneva; Mrs. TT1
40 % Off On All Christmas Drug Christmas Store party enjoyed Monday a Linnie Mae Brown, Hampton.Mr. Produce Market

night at the store for em- and Mrs. George K. 617 N. Temple Ave.
Decorations ployees, and their husbandsand Bennett of Orlando were last I' I I'I'
wives. Refreshments and l Friday night dinner guests of "I' '" I 964-6071
exchanging gifts were enjoyed Mrs. J.E. Wilson. I

after store hours. Mrs W.H. Thomson of ; f"I f- open Sun I P.M
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Mrs.Edward Burns and Mr. spend the holidays with her Tiff Christmas
and Mrs. John Reeves of sisters, Mrs. J.W. Griffin and 1 know how"you feel about house
384 North Temple/Starke/ Florida/(904)( ) 964-5242 Jacksonville are spending the Miss Lillian Stump. calls. Doctor, but after all,your
Christmas holiday with Mrs. "
wife Is having a baby.
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II Man 26 City
Acquitted Of RapeSTARKE be used at a later date for baseball field and a little aside by the commission for completion date was
(From Page 1)) expansion of the Vocational- league football field. The city the new ball park. December 16, but that
Technical School, but had proposed the constructionof -City Clerk Merrill Ed- financial and material ,
On Thursday after being charged on June 15 Tom Elwell, in prosecutingthe
proposal and he was invited to specifies that it will perhapsnot another baseball field wards advised the com problems experienced by the {
morning, December 12, a with breaking and entering case for the state,
contractors, the General
attend the next regular of the mission that the price of fuel
west now
be used prior to July 1, directly one
Bradford Circuit Court with intent commit the testimony of
to presented
County a Utilities Co, had forced
a
meeting of the commission to being used, but upon receipt of oil had been increased by 1
jury returned a verdict of felony: Rape, and a second four witnesses in the case.The 7. 1977The delay in completion. A recent
be held Tuesday, January is located the letter from the school cent per gallon.
in the of defendant, Jenkins, was property
acquittal rape case charge. of rape. timing schedule submitted
Don Ruckman and Craig for the fieldat -Craig Batterson in by
south of Brownlee Street and board, plans new
John Richard Jenkins, 26, of Jenkins was jailed on the represented at the trial by the contractors moves the
thecity's the of
Batterson, representing location will be reporting on progress
that
West of Street and the
Starke, to conclude the trial last Assistant Public Orange
June
charges following a pefender engineering firm the reconsidered by the commission the Dalewood and Keno sewer completion date to the latter
which the before incident that occurred at 922 Stephen Bernstein. city uses a portion of
began day
of
Bessent Hammack & Ruck- has been set projects said the contract part January.
for $4,000
school board property a
Wednesday, December 11. East Brownlee Street in Reno Judge Wayne M. Carlisle man submitted a proposed % .j
--- ----
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Jenkins had been held In the which involved a 14-year-old had empaneled a six-member water and sewer ordinance to i
Bradford County jail for six female. jury composed of four men the commission.
months under bond of $15,000, Assistant State Attorney and two women on Wednes- "This type of ordinance is
day,December 11, to hear evi-
dence in the case. required by certain funding : Alice Has let the
I Mail Struck . (from Page 1)) At the conclusion of the two- programs offered by the t'.1,
Federal Government. We
...')dge and George Earl day trial the jury deliberatedfor would that each
Nihart, suggest loose
Mustang
driving .
a 1974 only 15 minutes in retur-
Chevrolet, Ivers, 23, of Tustin, Georgia, member of the commission 0\- r
traveling south the not verdict in
on ning guilty
301 crashed into the left iving a 1974 International study and review its '
front the case. \J & Thc Prices .f
tick both travelinguth
were and make
of the 1972 Ford of Eleanor Gulbrandsen, The case of John Adams, provisions Come To
Mncklano. Norton, 44, of on US-301. with assault to recommendations on any .
charged E EStarke's
hand lane of the
Lawtey who the right changes that you think wouldbe
was going east on commit murder and
in to pos- Koinear'really
ghway attempting desirable, Ruckman said.
SR-16 Police Mobile
Officer W. L of state
session a weapon by a 0"\
Waters ake a left turn into a service The commission agreed to &
estimated damages of scheduled to begin
ation across from Center prisoner meet again with the ...
$1,000 to
the Chevrolet and Thursday, December 12, was
$1,500 to the Ford and charged reet pulled into the innerne continued until the Januaryterm engineer's on January 21 to Shopping Center
Nihart with in front of the truck and hear an explanation of its
running a red of circuit court.Policies.
as hit, causing damages of provisions and to incorporateany
light.Mable 100 to the Dodge and $250 tote changes recommended by The Price Is Right
Covington Cruger,48
.
truck. the commission.In .
of Starke,
driving a 1968 Double WideBargains
Ply.
mouth North Edgar Davis, 61, of Lawtey, (From 1) other matters at
on 301, Page
December 6, riving a 1968 Ford West on Tuesday's meeting, the Quality Is Good
make a left turn attempting to :'all Street, December 14, was week but will come up for commission:
onto Wash- ttempting to make a left turn more discussion Monday.The -Authorized that the
ington Street was struck by board deleted its policyon Service The Best
the 1972 Chevrolet nto Walnut when his vehicle Christmas lights atop the city
operated by truck 1971 Yamaha motor- failure and promotion.
Mabel a water tank be turned on
Kay Jones, 17, of. "That's (policy) I
Starke who ycle being ridden by Lane one during the holiday season.
was traveling'south Jan Powell 19, of Starke, wouldn't mind having to adopt -Approved a previously
on 301. Police Officer ho was traveling east on under the Administrative Pro- advertised city ordinance to -;;;;:::
Julius
Eunice listed damages :;::;;;;0.-"
said ChairmanHall
:''all. Police Officer J. L. cedures Act, bring other governmental
of$600 to the front of the Plymouth loward" indicated damages of indicating he thinks a agencies under the city's ten
of the and$900 to the left front c 75 to the left front of the stand on this should be studiedin percent utility tax, with a
Chevrolet and charged Davis car and $100 to the left depth by the school board. exemption for
Mrs Cruger for violation of ,"ide of the motorbike.Dampier. Hall took a position against specific churches. The additional Christmas Surprise In
right-of-way.
social promotion Monday estimated to the
On December 7, Everett . revenue city
night be to 9
will
$8,000 $10,000
llnnlaiO.I
f c per
,
iitincj ft ui otarKe, driving The former board policy Any 74" Model
a 1966 Ford crashed into the (From Page 1)) prohibited spending more yearRead p
letter
rear of the 1970 Ford of Z. ministrative personnel. Priorto first an advisory
in the
than seven years
from the School Board with Sold & Delivered Before
Gwen Revels 47, of Green that Dampier, a product of six grades, or retaining a reference to recreational
Cove Springs, causing the Bradford school system, student more than two years
damages of $75 to the Revels taught vocational agricultureat behind the normal progress of school facilities board used by the city The on Christmas '
auto. Both vehicles were the Bradford Middle School his class behind the seventh property.
school board is noticeto
traveling east on Call Street. and was farm machinery grade.The. serving
the that the land
The impact occurred at the instructor at the Vo-Tech board approved city ., mayA
Water Street intersection as Center. requiring 20 credits, instead of \ V)8Happy ) You Will Get R
,
the Revels car was pulling Oglesby is a veteran Brad- 15, for graduation. Ninth ,
away after stopping for the ford County educator. He was grade courses have not pre- '. Color
signal'( light there. Captain director of the Vo-Tech Center viously been required for gra- "\1.S\ ,, '(O\\\)
Harold Crews of the Starke from its construction in 1968 duation. V'1tC (,,\ o' D1JN PortableTelevision
Police Department charged until a year and a half ago An investigation is slated .9.f'W.to ; otttfEa'Vf{
Henley with careless driving when he was appointed voca- into when pupils are subject to \9. r
and no valid driver's license. tional supervisor over both the control of the school I

Wellington Forrest S, Ohio Matchan, driving 78, of a Union Bradford County and Union has been Counties.parti- system system, or is when responsible the school for "' Open 9 A.M. Till Dark 1650 N. Temple Ave. Sun 1 P.M. Till Dark 964-7212 Starke

1963 Dodge east on SIMOO was cipating in paying Oglesby's students. The board asked fora holidays. to all my
struck in the right side by the salary, but has served noticeto clarification of whether it is frien.U!
12; Ford of Gene Brian Bradford County that next responsible for students .
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Vanzant, 22, of Starke. at the year it will no longer pay for a leaving the campus without --
Myrtle Street intersection joint directorship. Union, authorization. This discussionarose
December 7. Police Officer J. according to Supt. Temple, over the BHS situation
L. Howard indicated damagesof will name a present county where students leave the
$200 to the left front of the staff member as its vocational campus to eat lunch uptown in
Ford and $500 to the right side director. Starke.
of the Dodge and charged Union's decision led to Chairman Hall called for a
Vanzant with failure to yield Oglesby's transfer back to the report on the BHS policies at FlORIDA NATIONAl
right-of-way Vo-Tech Center with his the board's January meeting. '
Robert E. Gulbrandsen, 53, keeping both jobs in Bradford "Well we know what we
.of Ozone Florida was charged County. The move eliminatesone have.We don't need a report,"
with careless driving 'administrative staff, said Board Member Arthur M
December 10 by Police Officer'' member at a saving in admmistrative -- Gaskins and drew a big' laugh
Junlius Eunice.Gulbrandsen. salaries of "We're wrong to dictate
driving a 1966 $17,500. policy without talking to the
principal," said ChairmanHall.
BANKS STRONG IN
Seniors are not the only ones
Jr's Old SouthBarBQue ,who leave the campus

legitimately; Supt. Temple
,
pointed out. DCT students and
Vo-Tech students leave with
good reason he added. But
Temple admitted, "NeitherMr.
Hwy 301 S 964.5297 Starke (Charles) Francis or anybody
else is satisfied" with the E DITY CAPITAl
way it is now.
Businessman'sLUNCH "Will a closed campus" solve
our questioned.problem'! Temple

From 112SPECIRL "Not necessarily if we can't
enforce it," replied Board
Member J. T. Parrish. Board
Member Arthur Gaskins
stated again that he would
consider closing the campus.In .
other action Monday
night, the board:

SMALL "TEC accept-Voted the $160,000 unanimously bus barn to Florida; National Banks reported $161,761,427 in

Bar-B-Que Sandwich IO and operations center and

JUNIOR'S inspection substantially and complete recommendation upon- stockholders' equity as of September 30, 1974 which

79 C by Architect Don Morgan.

Super Burger IO Contractor agreed to construct Virgil Allison at his represents 13.1% of deposits or the highest percentof

cost,an outside bus wash area
since the area under the of other Florida bank
Select FromBARBQUE building roof does not drain equity capital any major

properly. The board suggested -
BEEF PORKor this in lieu of late com- holding
.
,. pletion damages for which company.We

CHICKEN Allison liable, and might Allison have agreed.been take pride in the fact that retained earnings

-Accepted a bid of $1,358

SHRIMP-CAT FISH-HUSHPUPPIES for mobile two base radios stations for use and by three the have increased capital by $48,655,285 or 43.0% since

Vo-Tech truck driving class in

Call 964-5237 for driving communication range in with Union the the organization of the holding company in 1971.

County. Four units were

requested but one had to be In this period of excessively high interest rates.
Take Out: Service cut budgeted.to come under the $1,280


tight money, and daily changing economics there is


confidence in the knowledge that Florida National


enjoys one of the strongest equity capital positions in


the country while many bank holding
Christmas Zippers
Used
Decorations companies are required to borrow '

r An I Inch '.
Bikes & Florida
1/2 Off debt capital. National '

Remnants) Cloth
(
TrikesWagons Banks of t

Roll Roofing 30C' Yd. Florida National Banks of Florida, Inc.ThirtyTwo FloridaMombursP t t '


& Felt $5R, CongoleumShingles Banks Statewide Total Assets Approximately $1.48 Billion DC.. 1

& TV' ) "

$950 $200 Yd &
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FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE'


Bargain: CenterHwy Jefferson at Clark Street Telephone: 964-7050 /

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FOLDING MATERIALS, ,, \
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Student Permanently Expelled, From Luke Butler Middle School Child Support Calendar Set For Eighth Judicial CircuitLAKE

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the closing date of school Payment Increase administrative judge of the he administrative judge IIf (the :
BUTLER "I don't will have a new lighting Tuesday's meeting, the school by The court calendar and as- I
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system installed to improve board: two days. The Christmas signment of judges for the 8th Bradford County Circuit Baker and Union County .
ever recall during my ten year those facilities. vacation period will be ex- Welfare payments to help Judicial Circuit has been an- Court. and Judge Crews will Circuit Courts, Crews an !
tenure of having to do .
ever -Approved the amount of tended by two days. The nounced Chief nounced.
of by JohnJ.
Architect Craig Salley support children parents Judge
this, said Supt.Jimmy Casonin presented and reviewed with $1,600 to be expended on per- schools will be closed without outside incomes will Crews for the first six I
recommending the perma- the board the plans and speci- formance contracts to a four- beginning Monday, December increase from $151 to$170 per months of 1975. u
nent expulsion of a student of e w y w
member work force, who are 23, and will
fications for the project. re-open on Mon- month for a family of four, The circuit includes
the Lake Butler Middle School
the Union Salley estimated the cost of engaged in developing a docu- day, January 6, 1975. Closing starting Jan. 1, 1975. The Alachua, Baker, Bradford,
Tuesday School night Board.to lighting the tennis and hand- mented study, "Social Studies date was moved up to June 12 announcement was made by Gilchrist, Levy and Union THE NEW YEAR WILL 1i
County
Objectives Handbook for instead of the previously director of counties.
and Endsley,
ball courts at $9,000 to Douglas
"The the student incorrigible Is such behaviorof that it replace the lighting system in Union County Schools." The approved closing date of June the Division of Family Ser- These judges will be respon- BRING NEW MEDICINES
is conducted in
study being 10. Approval of the
the gymnasium at $6,400. amend- vices. sible for managing the circuit
be tolerated in
can no longer accordance with the Board'spreviously ment
was recommended by is attributed to court calendars in those
he said. Supt. Cason said that $15,000 The increase I
the classroom,
adopted Master the of the
principals
who had been included in the schools. money saved from a decreaseof counties.
Several teachers were
familiar with the behavior current school budget for the Plan for In-Service Educa- -Announced that teachers case loads. In January 1973, Judge Benjamin Tench has 80% of the prescriptions we now dispense
tion. Serving on the com- salaries would be paid on said, the state had been appointed administrative -
of the students were two items.In Endsley contain Ingredients unknown less than ten year'sago.
problem mittee in developing the hand- December 17 instead of the while the judge of the Levy and Gil-
approving the plans the 94,000 welfare cases, : IA .
present for the meeting and book Mark DuBois, We still use a few of the old rellables,
board agreed to call for bids to are: regularly scheduled date of dropped to 78,000 in Christ County Circuit Courts.
one said "The child'sbehavior chairman; Linda Ball, James December 20. figure but most of them are being rapidly replaced
be received by the board on September 1974. Judge R. A. Green Jr. will beOOOOOOOOCTOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOq
is continuously disruptive Galloway, and Donna Knapp, -Set Monday, December 30, by better new products.
Friday, January 3, 1975, at
to the other students in each of whom will receive an at 10 a.m.as the time and dateto
the classroom and countless 3:30: p.m. of for work Like your physician; we study to keep j ;
$400 on hold
average a public hearing
on
hours of professional time is At the recommendation of the project. Completion dateof certain changes to be made in DAY CARE JT> Informed about new discoveries learn their
being expended to improve an Salley following his report on the is June, 1975. i dosage, physical qualities,
situation." the substantial completion of study school board policies. Final ; JP| CENTER X? i proper storage and
impossible the addition to the Vo-Ag approval of the policy changeswill Incompatiblitles. That Is why we can fill any
"I would like to say that the building at Union County High -Approved the purchase of be made after the public ..! FROM ARM BABIES s -f75\. | | prescription, Including those prescribed by physicians -
of the student were
parents school .
two new 66 passenger hearing and they will be later *
School, the board tentatively In distant cities.
TO ..
advised by letter on final of buses to be put into use next incorporated in the handbookon SCHOOL AGE I H A !
December 2 of the proposed approved a payment school Purchase of the
year. school board policy. CONSTANT CARE- /3 jtA
$32,000 to the contractor on the I
action on the permanent buses will be made in accor- -Supt.Cason announced thata YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE L'S
expulsion of the student," approval project, stipulation would be subject that final to dance with the statewide purchase total of $5,800 had been 2 BALANCED SNACKS f* ,. \\ when you need a delivery. We will deliver
Cason said. plan of the State Department received in minigrants for I promptly without extra charge. A treat many
another by the NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M.
The board unanimously inspection of Education. Environmental Education. \ [ people rely on us for their health needs. We
architect and his staff. Salley welcome requests for delivery srrvire anti
charge
supported the superintendent's RATESWE n
said that he had scheduledthat $3,000 by the school district, REASONABLE accounts. T
recommendation. inspection to be made on -Amended the previously $1,500 by the Union County TO .
The Union County High WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS SOLVE i
School and
the High $1,300 by the
for
Friday, December 13.: approved calendar
School tennis and gymnasium handball and courts the In other matters at current school year to extend School.Lake Butler Elementary THEIR PROBLEMS y"; ) | \\ Phone 9646757KOCH'S

....... -Awarded a low bid of$1,015to : Greater Bethlehem Free \> .t.r I I I DRUG STORE
Group Ed Wheeler, Inc., of Lake PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS:
Cut Down on Heat Lossuemo City for the purchase of Com- : Will Baptist Church 'r$ n
I. Elects State prehensive General liability 964-5136 Jt. I' I I11O1 166 W. Call 0 W 1MM Starke, Fla.
insurance for the school : CHESTNUT ST AT ASH ST. OR I

For ifwiitncfs. on Fuel x>ard. I FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866 I '
r..J...... ..... .. _b - 1,0; mm. MembersJimmy C r a e w a e w

with the Florida
About 27 of all specialist I
percent Cooperative Extension Ser- Crosby was elected -
used in this country

energy goes toward in a comfortable maintaininghomes vice During, says.cold weather, heat State Committeeman Democratic, and Executive Ann STOREWIDE SRLE CONTINUES DRILY! WOODBURN7S

condition. Homeowners can from a warm house passes Godwin, State Committee-
through the walls to the woman, at a meeting of the
save their substantial heating bills amounts by cutting on outside. The amount of heat Bradford County Democratic Hurry In For The Best Savings In Town !
down heat loss and preventing lost in this way can be greatly. Executive Committee Thursday GEM JEWELRY
insulation.The
reduced
by proper Dec. 5.
infiltration of cold air into the
attic is a good place to Their first duty will be at-
house.tightness Proper of the insulation house, plus will start especially in older tendance at the January 9 NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED 109 E. Call Street

make a big difference, Mrs. homes where the original meeting of the State Execu-
Kay Plowman, housing insulation may have been tive Committee in
insufficient, or where there Tallahassee, where a new
may have been no insulationat state chairman and other
Fire HuntingNets all. Adding insulation to an officers will be elected.
attic is relatively inexpensiveand The new committee members -
well worth the effort. A replace the late Lex
45 DaysIn minimum thickness of four Green and Mrs. Lucile Green, GohtsjOut of&stncss
inches is recommended.There who served as state com-
Jail are many different mitteeman and committee-
County
materials available and some woman for many years.
types can be blown into the Also recommended at the
LAWTEY Four Lawteymen walls and attic space. meeting was the reappointment -
were sentenced to 45 daysin Good insulation not only of George Shuford of
jail Tuesday morning, cuts down on the amount of Lawtey to the Bradford
December 17, at a first ap- heating necessary (and the board of
County Hospital
peara'nca: hearing before amount of cooling in sum- trustees. The Governor h snot BUY AT COST! BELOW COST! EVERYTHING MUST GO !"!
County Judge Elzie Sanders. mer), but it also helps keep yet acted on a prior
Franklin Pendarvis, Carl E. walls and ceiling tem- recommendation that Wm. E.
Griffis. and Alvin W. Anderson peratures more nearly the (Bill)) Dampier replace E. W
all 18 years of age, and same as the room air tem- Hodges who resigned from 4 PC. Heavy Assorted
Byron Starling 19, of Lawteywere perature. This makes a room the hospital board after his Silver Plated
arrested and charged feel more comfortable.Cut election as a county commis- JEWELRY Stainless SteelGIFTWARE ,, ,
with firehunting by R. O. down on drafts and save sioner. ) '
Jones and K. E. Woodall, energy. A certain amount of Vacancies on the County 1 o TEA SET
officers of the Florida Game air leaks in around the doors Committee were filled by Relish Dish' .ButterDs4,
and Fish Commission.The and windows and causes Jimmy Alvarez Connie Clark, .Bread Tray

young men were discomfort and lowers the and Lennard Register III. BangleBracelet! Charm Dome p FE Reg. 35 Sugar & Creamer Seta
arrested and charged with of heating '5"15"-
efficiency
hunting with a gun and light system. There your are several ............................ 1e3W$25oo 4Q Reg. '
for the purpose of taking deer fairly simple remedies for : Bracelet Ring feoff,
in violation of Florida this. Caulking around win- the Old 1enz.74O .

Statutes. dows on the outside of the -c2' VRN4fl9 .. Double Link, Solid 14 Kt. Lily of the Valley by Oneida 4 PC.
occurred :::: 14 Kt. Gold Hand
incident
The house between the siding or ,
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:Monday night December 16, brick and the window frames : 14 Kt. Gold, Gold, Filigree, By Silverplate All Stainless Steel
about two miles west of will help. Weather-stripping Engraved,
Lawtey, just off SR225.At can be installed around .D Florentine Finish Safety Snap Lucien Piccard BRIDAL CAKE STEAK KNIFE
a hearing held Tuesday windows and doors.If f \
morning all four hunters a fireplace damper is left Reg. *144 Reg. *132 Reg. S155 Reg.KNIFE
entered pleas of guilty to the open,a lot of heated air can be *>H Reg.SET
charge, waived their right to lost up the chimney so when $ "7900 $ 00 S70O '
counsel and Judge Sanders the fireplace is not being used "The best way to stand 1695 '
sentenced each of the men to be sure to keep the damper tall 1. to keep on your toes" Howl < HOWOO Howl .. NOW 2 NOW $488

45 days in jail for the violation. closed. ...a........................

Bond DIAMONDS Nappy Anniversary
Savings e e a WATCHES


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DIAMOND AND OPAL RING
MAN'S SEIKO QUARTZ NOW
In Florida 7 MATCHED DIAMONDS, 6 MATNOW GLASSES
CHED OPALS, 14 KT. GOLD, BY DAY ;DATE ELECTRONIC. REG.
$30000 s1s0MAN'S. S4l12DD
LUCIEN PICCARD. REG. $500.00
September sales of Series E Just Arrived Reg. O99
and H United States Savings DIAMOND PIERCED EARRINGSAPPROXIMATELY $

million Bonrls in-Florida$748,260 were $11.4 over PottedPoinsettias V, CARAT NOW ,800 NOW BULOVA NOW

up TOTAL. 2 MATCHED DIAMONDS. DAY DATE AUTOMATIC. REG.
September 1973. v REG. $375.00 5225DD $100.00 S695
Baby MusicalSPOONS I
Beautiful Red Traditional FINE WHITE LADY'S SEIKOBEAUTIFUL
2.03 CARAT PEAR SHAPED NOW STYLE, 17 JEWELS NOW
Christmas Flower 3 To DIAMOND SOLITAIRE !! STAINLESS STEEL BACK. REG.
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'4_._ --- Limited Number 14KT. WHITE GOLD, REG. $400.00 S23DDD AUTOMATIC, DATE. REG. $95.00 SeEiSD


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$029 SIX MATCHED MARQUIS, 10 SWEEP SECOND NOW
CQ. J2 BAGUETS, SIX DIAMONDS, SET IN SEOOOO L ay-A-W ays andRepairs HAND, STAINLESS STEEL BACK. II!!!!
.. Mums SOLID PLATINUM. REG. $1,700.00 REG. $120.00 iiiJ Ba9S
Choice of Colors ,!
DIAMOND FANCY RING MAN'S WYLERAUTOMATIC
Have A, Pretty Green Lawn & Pasture OVER >,j CARAT TOTAL, 20 MATNDW NOW
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Celebrate Christmas by STORE FIXTURES DATE SWEEP
CHED DIAMONDS '
33cpraising ,4 CARAT CEN HAND
and thanking God Sa49DD SECOND REG. $80.00
TER. REG. $500.00 S4BOO
for Sending His Son into the RTE GRASS SEED FOR SALE!
world!11Express! 50 LbS *14''

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happy hundreds who celebrate BareRootPackagedFruitNut
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Parents who may have Taylor both expressed appreciation vote and still criticize the
thought from time to time, "I to the parents who actions of their elected of 4.
wish I could run that schoolfor gave up a day in their busy ficials."
ONE day," got the opportunity pre-holiday schedules to
to do just that in Parent spend in the classrooms.
In addition to Taylor,
Participation Day activities at ,
the Starke Elementary School Comments from the parents parents pinch-hitting in
last week.In were generally favorable, teaching positions for the day
although one complainedabout were: Millie Winkler, Sandra
a PTA-sponsored effort to tired feet from walkingand Davis, Linda Alday, Jackie

bridge the communications standing all day long, and Grider, Ginger Brown, Dot
gap between parents and another said, "I think I will Bryant, Pat Lawson, Valerie
teachers, 36 instructors, nine have to take a sanity test after Coburn, Mary Sue Welch,
classroom aides, one librarian this." Mary Fals, Judy Goodowns,
and one office clerk Brenda Thomas, Linda Kay
turned their jobs over to interested Johns, Rev. Leon Odom,
parents on Wednes- Some of the students said Barbara Brown, Darlene Wil- Linda Pisani operates the MTS-7500 data terminal in the

T day, Dec. 4. they behaved better than kison, Connie Best, Marie Bonifay office of Florida State Telephone Company When
usual because of the visiting Holt( R L. Thibodeaux, properly keyed, the machine, no larger than a small
Parent Participation Day teacher, and one little girl Beverly Skeen, Alice Searcy, television set is capable of sending all customer account
j1wiT was initiated here under the commented that the substitute Madge Akridge, Delores activity into an intermediate computer and on to Continental
direction of PTA President in her class was "the best Field, Betty Allen, Julia Telephone Service Corporation's main computer in Merri-
Joyce Chambers who got the "
teacher we ever had. Alvarez, Alberta Colston, field Virginia
idea from a news item
describing a similar programin Rosa Bellamy, Vera Diggs,
Josie Williams Red s.rss rrir
Sylvia
a South Florida town. One of the parent-teachers,
dish, Helen Briggs
Beverly
Brenda Thomas said "there
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smoothas McGee, Early Bar-
"Everything ran as isn't Young,
x.At'.kw usual," said Principal Carl enough in school parent activities.participation" She- bara Balkcom, Sylvia Underhill .

Clark whose duties were taken compared who Delia Cole, Linda .FROM. YOUR EXTENSION HOMEr
over for the day by County about parents school Newman, Mary Ella Walter- .. ,* I
Agency Bobby Taylor.In problems while not taking son, Gerry Green, Linda /.. ECONOMICS AGENT V.;

Taylor (lIul Clt'rDiscuss Results Mosley, Connie Barnes, I .
in
part PTA and other
a brief evaluation sessionat activities Frances Rehbert, and Billy Jo $
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to people who don't .! BY KATHY BROWN

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A Critical Need County Agents By '


Notebook Bobby J'ir I : m

The 1970 census credited Bradford inevitable result of such a situation is an Taylor '

County with approximately 4,000 increase in the property tax rate just to Veterans William Service S. Haas
Officer
homes. It is projected that by 1990, maintain a given level of public services .

there will be a need for 5.000 more the report says. Starke faces the same Don't forget your Income 4t i '
dwelling units- an increase of about 123 potential central city-suburban fiscal Over 100 cattlemen and their wives enjoyed a delicious Questionnaire. Here are a few
steak at the Annual Meeting of the Bradford-Union Cattle- i'r
of interest
per cent over the present number. dilemma as metropolitan areas, and the man's Association last Thursday night in Lake Butler. help.points that may o;
increase of rapidly depreciating mobile

Under current conditions, such a goal homes can only fuel the problem. Highlighting the program, in addition to the presence of the Each year a special group of
might seem in the realm of wishful ladies,was a fine talk by Pat Wilson of Frostproof, presidentof women and children in
Under present conditions, mobile the Florida Cattleman's Association, who also installed Florida are being educated
The old
American
thinking. dream of
officers for the 1975 year. under the
GI Bill
homes will, of course continue to play an
every family to own its own home, is
rapidly becoming a nightmare instead ofa important role in supplying adequatelow Mr. Wilson reviewed the activities of the state associationthat This group is called
dream. cost dwelling units for many were beneficial to all cattlemen In Florida. He admitted "special" because they also

families. However, if mobile homes that present conditions were very bad for cattlemen represent the veteran to
because of high costs of production and low prices at the whom we owe so much the
remain the low cost
Property prices, construction costs, only possible cattle market. He predicted that it might be 18 months or two disabled veteran. They also
and interest rates have soared out of housing alternative this may lead to years before these conditions improve even though cat- represent our servicemen who

sight, and out of reach of middle and low serious fiscal repercussions further tlemen and their associations, governmental agencies and are listed as missing-in-action

income families, and Bradford County, down the road for Bradford County and others.are. trying to solve the cattleman's problems.Mr. (MIA). The GI Bill is makingis a

like every other city and county in the its municipalities.With Wilson also said that there will be a big membershipdrive sons possible and daughters for wives, ,to widows obtain,

state is bogged down in the mire of a the conventional in Florida next year and urged the local association to the education they missed or ifty-five homemakers from Bradford and Union Counties
critical housing shortage that reaches financing pic- set a goal to get all cattlemen in the two counties to join. He would have missed. gathered on Thursday, :November' 21, at the Bradford
ture being what it is today, the land use said that the local association is the backbone of state Agriculture Building in Starke to learn how to make
into all income brackets, but naturallyhits study report suggests increased participation programs to protect individual cattlemen and to promote the Thirty-six months of train Christmas Decorations.Mr. .

hardest at the low and middle income in existing and future state and beef cattle industry. ing in schools and colleges is : David Raymant of Ortega Florists in Jacksonville

family.As federal housing through the available under the Veterans taught the Workshop. Each lady who attended proudly
programs Also attending the meeting was Jim Luttrell, Executive Administration Dependents carried home a centerpiece or door decoration that she had
pointed out in a recent housing Department of Community Affairs on Vice President of the Florida Cattleman's Association Mr. Education Assistance Pro made.

study made by a Jacksonville citizens' the state level and the HUD area officeat Luttrell endorsed the report and remarks of Mr. Wilson and gram, and there are provi-

group: "For these people it has become the federal levelespecially those encouraged the local association to be even more active next sions for payments based on Very few days remain until If you're serving salads -

almost impossible to find a home within providing assistance for moderate and year. going either full-time or Christmas Day, and I'm sure shrimp, chicken or the like -

their budget, and even if an acceptable low income families. Installed as President for the Bradford-Union Cattleman'sAssociation various rates of part-time. you still have many things to remember perishable., Pack they the are serving highly
do. I hope that will finish
home is found,_there. is )ittle available Soon after its organization' several '_. for next year is Vernon Reddish cattleman, The following persons would everything tn'good you tifr i ''an dish in the cracked'iceljj* 01'1..0
for financing. Homes, poultryman,and businessman of lleilbronn Springs area. be able to use the GI Bill under have enough left to use smaller serving dishes
mortgage
money energy
years ago the Bradford County HoSsIng Vernon was very active as vice president of the associationand this program: the festivities and refill often from the
that cost $10,000 only 15 to 20 years ago Authority made application for 450 unitsof promises to have more and better activities and participation enjoy you'veplanned. refrigerator. Deviled eggs,

have doubled or tripled in value, and low-income public housing. Unfortunately by members next year. Other officers include WIDOWS: If your husband cheese,and sour cream dip all

interest rates that stood at 4.5 per cent this about the time that Shands Howard as Vice President and Ray Norman as died from causes connectedwith Today's column brings you must be kept cold. Set them on
was
in the 1950's are currently running about Secretary-Treasurer. Bradford Directors are James Balk- his military service, you some things to consider about molds of ice and be safe.
market is the Nixon administration curtailed funds corn, Arnie Hanger, and Rex Smith. Union Directors include would be eligible for education holiday meals. I hope you will
10 per cent. The money so for such programs and the applicationhas Jimmy Brown, Ray Crawford, and Robert Worrell. Fred assistance for up to eight ((8)) keep these ideas in mind so Serving eggnog? A punch
tight that if one is lucky enough to find never been acted upon. Recently, Mueller of Starke will represent the association on the state years from the date of his that you and your family will bowl of eggnog that stands for

financing at the 10 per cent rate, a con however, federal funds have again been level. death. have a safe and healthy hours at room temperature is
ventional loan will require a down pay- holiday season. a fine breeding place for
appropriated for public housing programs I have had several calls recently on how to grow plant bedsof CHILDREN: The same eli bacteria. Eggnog should be
ment of from 20 to 30 per cent. and the Authority should renew tomatoes, pepper and tobacco. This is an indication that gibility applies for the If you're planning on ser chilled,and, be sure to replacethe

its efforts to find out what is obtainable we might have more vegetables grown commercially next children of the widow who are ving cold cuts for your supply often.
Starke's growth has been impeded for under the year in addition to the increase in home gardens that were between the ages of 18 and 26. Christmas Party or New
three decades or more by a housing new set-up. grown last year. With the proper care, excellent plants can The same applies to the wives Year's Buffet make sure On holidays when large

shortage that caused potential citizensto The median income of Bradford be grown by most folks more economically than they can be and children of veterans who that they are fresh and groups get together it is not
family purchased. Home grown plants pulled and set properly were totally and permanently chilled! Don't allow them to unusual to run out of
move on to other locations after the County is $6,905, indicating that thereare always seem to grow and produce better than other trans disabled as the result of military stand at room temperaturetoo refrigerator space and
frustration of trying to find suitable numerous families, approximately service, and in this case, long. become careless with your
housing here. And almost half of the 1,500, that would qualify for housing plants. it is eight ((8)) years from dateof food. Remember, bacteriacan

housing units that we do have in the assistance under federally sponsoredlow Speaking of plants and tobacco, Warren Carver, County disability. Use several trays of food so cause food poisoning andit
rated as substandard in the Director of ASCS has announced that tobacco that one may be left in the grows in the right com
county were and moderate income housing pro- Executive Wives and children of ser until the first binations of time temperature .
1970 The listed 86 allotments will again be in effect in Bradford County next vicemen for refrigerator one
census. same census grams. If obtainable these should missing-in-action is used then bring out the and moisture. The
per cent of black homes in the county as provide at least some of the 5,000 units year.would He be in said effect that in a 1975.15 percent Poundage increase for Bradford in all County allotments has over ninety ((90)) days. fresh tray. This way, meats real cause of many food

being under $10,000 in valuation, and 54 which the county is projected to been increased from 353,069 pounds in 1974 to 406,029 poundsin The Bradford County will stay cold and bacteria will problems today may be the

per cent of white homes in the same require by 1990. It is worth a try. 1975. You may call or come by the ASS office in the Veterans Service Office is in not have a chance to grow. food handled that is not serve)
This will take a little more prepared, or
category.As Agricultural Building on North 301 in Starke for more information the Courthouse and is open
This be .
effort on part, but be can prevented.All
your
on tobacco or other USDA Programs available to each week all day Monday and
worth it in the
long run.
pointed out in the just completed local farmers. Wednesday morning. Phone perishable foods such as

report on Bradford County's land use Blessed QuietudeThe number is 964-5634. cream pies, seafoods, and
and steadily oisnes maae with eggs fish
study the already high .
=
meat and poultry should be
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSdesire
increasing cost of conventional housinghas state's new anti-noise regulations, kept COLD below 40 degreesF

forced many county residents to which went into! effect this month on The Bradford Group of to stop drinking. The recover from alcoholism.The endorse nor oppose any cause. ). Do NOT let these foods

turn to mobile homes as an immediate Florida highways, limit the noise that an Alcoholics Anonymous is now AA Steps show how to stop for Our primary purpose is to stand at room temperaturemore
Granted that meeting regularly on Thursday drinking and only requirement than 2 hours. Keep hot
for the shortage. completely stay sober and help other
remedy to make to a is desire to
automobile is permitted and membership a stop
Sunday nights at 8 almost invariablely lead to foods at a temperature above
need alcoholics to achieve
mobile homes are currently filling a maximum of 82 decibels. Motorcyclesare p.m., instead of Thursday and sobriety if they are followed drinking alcohol. There are no Anyone wishing to sobriety contact; 140 degrees F.
that must be met the fact remains that The dues or fees for AA member
permitted to reach 86 decibels and Friday nights at 8:30: faithfully.For .
the Bradford AA
Group food
is may Holiday fare is fun
The self-sup-
for their ship. group -
the rather haphazard planning Thursday meetings are opento those not familiar with
trucks, 90. do so by looking in the classified -
through contributionsof but careful is im
current use, and the potential financial the public, and anyone the Bradford AA Group porting the members. We are not section of this newspaper. planning
portant.
interested in the disease of
repercussions due to their rapid rate of of vehicleswill Alcoholics Anonymous is a allied with sect, denomination Telephones 964-7969, 7619, or
that By 1979, all three types alcoholism is welcome to fellowship of men and women any 5148. I will be flying north
depreciation brings on problems be limited to 80 decibels which attend. who share their experience, political group, organization tomorrow afternoon to spend

must be faced. officials describe as being equal to the Sunday night meetings" are strength and hope with each do not wish, or to institution.in We -Written by O.W. M. the Christmas holiday with
"Step Meetings, and are other to solve their common engage any This is
amount of noise an alarm clock makes Bradford AA Group my family. certainlythe
and neither
The report states that the equity the intended for anyone who has a problem and help others to controversy, we season for family

build-up associated with conventional when held one foot from ear. Any h __ _________ togetherness, and I'm thank
,, _,.
". ,
louder than that scientists -"' ''' h' "
thing r ful I able to be home at this
housing is lacking in mobile home .-,:, : ,,; am
," "
,, J""L
build declare, can cause permanent damage to .,, ".. .A: .,.. time. My Christmas will be"white"
ownership- this same equity .' "
is what low and moderate hearing.In .....,. I. "i. 'J ., \ this year I hope
up precisely : ,' that will be Happy and
"t'' ... ,, yours
income families could use. order to help enforce the new law, .ff ., it"" '. ,, .., :"' .' Merry, here in the sun. May
7 ,jf ', you look forward to a great
six specially equipped Florida highway .::4 J .fiIh. .,
which 1975.
Unlike conventional housing,
cruising the high Q( ." .. 1' .
tends to appreciate in value mobile patrol cars are now / ; ."'.., _
listening for excessive noisemakers 'J '. .
homes generally depreciate quite ways of which there are still more I ; : 'os"' ,. I SERVICE MENSgt.
f !
rapidly. And since the property tax is j 1 ,(... .
than enough.In .
..
the single most important source of local 'IIIIIlI"I. -

revenues mobile home depreciation ; 1. .'. .-D". '
\
reduces revenues while the families the meanwhile, if you get stoppedfor ", James SaulsIs

occupying such units often require a noisy exhaust- don't say we didn't .J"'t." & '"I Supply SergeantFt.
." Belvoir, Va. AHTNC)
increased public services and therefore warn you! .- Nov 25 Army Staff
increased local expenditures. The .-.. Sergeant James L. Sauls
.' son
,. 'i1 l" f t. of Mrs. Reba Knight Route 1,
,
: \ "
Starke, is assigned as a supply
_, -# I. 'If : Jf sergeant Headquarters'
r9Rl 1 'p
.: It' Company of the U.S. Army
"
_tJ!
: Engineer School Brigade's2nd
iitiliij q4BOB.G. ,",,; ,. >, Battalion at Ft. Belvoir.,.
'
,.; Va.

p Private Morris ,
Completes Basic Training
FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER'I Ft. Knox Ky. (AHTNC)
e o PublishersPublished
Nov. 21 Army Private
each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fla. under Act Hembrick Morris Jr., whose
parent live at 2105 Old Lawtey
of March 3, 1879. Depicting the Three Wise Men, these boys rode atop huge
Subscription, In trade area: $6 per year: $3.50 MX months. First Prize Winner) camels on the float entered by St. Edward's Catholic Church.It Road weeks, Starke of ,basic completed combat eight,
Outside trade-area: $?per year: 4.00 six months.
and cash in Christmas Parade.
F'OOr'8964-6300 Starke. Fla. won first place a $63 prize training at Ft Knox, Ky




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2 Jax Deer Hunters Court Procedure Rotarians Tour Lawtey Correctional CenterMen


employed under the In the absence of James perditures make up the courses are now being taughtin
Changed For work release program at Wainwrlght, director of the balance of the money earned.In general maintenance and
Shot By Officer Lawtey Community center Walter Crawford of addition to work the men masonry. Other courses are
Correctional Center con- Jacksonville regional are paid for, they also per- planned to be added in the
Traffic ViolationsChanges tribute financially to their coordinator told Rotariansthat form voluntary services, suchas future.
support, as well as paying the men on work release assisting with work on the The center was designed for
Under AttackCAMP The class is offered social security and witholding had earned $266,016.81 since Lawtey firehouse, the old 100>occupants,and now has 82.
in court when
12 courthouse in Starke the Thirty-two of this number are
taxes, and assisting their the center opened in June of ,
procedures for handling to 15 persons sign up for it, and In the work release .
dependents, members of the 1973 in the old C.C. Anderson community building in program.tlKVIaRIInanleslaatxlaeataveeallltlL
BLANDING Two "The incident is regretable, traffic offenses were outlinedfor is taught on Tuesdays and
deer hunters from Jacksonville but we do expect our person- local law enforcement Thursdays from 7 to 10 p.m Starke Rotary Club learned School near Lawtey. From Lawtey and various church w
a visit to the center last this amount they paid projects, Crawford said.
during
were shot Sunday by a nel to defend themselves while officers last Thursday by by a certified driver education
game officer that the Jack enforcing the laws oft County Judge Elzie Sanders. instructor. week. 36867.73 in taxes; $57,215.12 After luncheon, the FOR SALE: Electric Pencil
sonville pair attacked while Florida" said Game Com- Five types of offenses will Only two civil traffic of- The Rotarians were guests for room and board; $6,904.50in Rotarians were taken on sharpeners 3 different stylesin
of the center for their regular transportation costs to and conducted tours of the center
mission Director Dr. O. E.
about fenses stock
for
being questioned a continue to be handled as require appearance in handy: home or
freshly killed doe with which Frye who defended Schatz' criminal violations Sanders court. They are speeding at meeting on Wednesday, Dec. from work; $9,960 to depen- facilities, including the new office. For sale at The Office
action. 11, and enjoyed luncheon dents, and $146,856.10 spent in vocational school where
they were caught. said. more than 25 mph above Shop. '
They are: fleeing apolice
served by the staff in the the community. Bank depositsand
Wildlife Officer James F. officer driving while posted speed limits, and being
Schatz, resident officer in intoxicated, reckless driving, involved in an accident with center dining room. miscellaneous ex- .
Blandtng, was treated and Rotary Speaker leaving the scene of an accident personal injury or property -
released from Bradford involving injury or with damage over $250, Sanderssaid. Now Available Municipal Investment
County Hospital after being Defends ProfitsOf property damage of more THANK YOU CITIZENSOF Up To portfolios insurable
attacked by the hunters. than $250, and giving false Out-of-county residents by our clients as to
Schatz was hit in the back of Oil Companies information. arrested can fill out an af- LAWTEYWe tax 801 interest and principal.
the head after the pair had Minor traffic offenses, suchas fidavit rather than returning free ((50 Bond Minimum)
opened the trunk of their car, Federal regulations on speeding, running a stop here to appear in court the
would like to express our sincere appreciation to all who yields ((6 higher)
and knocked to the ground. products have sign, etc. will be handled as judge explained. .
petroleum
voted and supported your candidates In the last election. In the Higher tax free interest -
Billy Lester McCall, 29, was caused less motivation to civil violations with the Failure to clear the case by If your Joint taxable
election "For Pete's Sake" and
upcoming support vote for the return than taxable
listed in satisfactory condition explore for new sources of possibility of fines, but not jail paying a fine, going to school, who will Income Is $24.000 per
early this week in University supply thereby contributingto sentences, the judge said. or appearing in court would person represent you. year, these bonds may savings account
. Hospital in Gainesville with a the present energy shortage Violators of pedestrian and mean immediate suspensionof yield the taxable interest.
gunshot wound in the chest. Ray Brackett of the bicycle regulations will be the driver's license and Sincerely equivalent of
Larry Thigpen, 25, was Phillips Petroleum Co. told fined $5; non-moving possibly further com Wayne E. Massey Chairman Higher after tax Inter-
treated for a leg wound and members of the Starke Rotary violations, $15; and moving plications, Judge Sanderssaid. Lawtey Concerned Citizens est return than most
released from the Gainesville Club last week.Fortyfour violations, $25. 12 501 taxable corporate
hospital. per cent of U. S. Sanders explained that the dividends
common ,
Schatz stopped the car of the energy comes from oil, 33 per defensive driving class, of-
two hunters inside Camp cent from natural gas and 18 fered at the Vo-Tech Center, is U.S. 301 I N. STARKE, FLA. and government
Blanding and found the per cent from coal, Brackett a voluntary option available to S 5 & W MUFFLER SHOPS tax and bracket possibly Is more higher II!your To bond interest.
freshly killed doe about 6:15: said. Federal regulationshave traffic offenders, but added order bonds or lor further.
p.m. Sunday. also prevented the that a person found guilty of a INDEPENDENT DEALER Information call or whip High degree of safety.
After opening the trunk natural gas industry from civil traffic offense could be IJ"II
McCall is said to have struck expanding to fill the gap left required to attend the schoolin .
Schatz in the back of the head, by diminishing oil supply, the addition to paying the fine 1s l INTERNATIONAL SHAREHOLDERS
knocking him to the ground. speaker said. the court assesses. g.L' SERVICES CORPORATION
McCall then jumped on During the question and UNDERWRITERS a DEALERS
Schatz, according to a reportof answer period following the
the Clay County Sheriff's talk, Brackett was questionedabout Capt. Mickey R. MUFFLERS BRAKES 516 Florida National Bank Building Jacksonville.
Department.Schatz the excess profits being STARTERS SHOCKSPH. Florida 32202 Phone: ((904)) 354-9006 Established 1970

shot McCall drew his in the revolverand chest reported the by energy oil crisis companiessince star- Dansby Earns GENERATORS 964-5677 ElECTRICAl Specialists In Income planning... From Quality Rated

and Thigpen in the leg. The ted. "You have implied that ALTERNATORS CUSTOM TAIL PIPE BENDING PARTS and Insurable Municipal Bonds
hunters were taken to Brad- oil companies should get AF Meritorious -
ford County Hospital and better tax breaks in order to _1 R
transferred to Gainesville.The have more money left for I
Service MedalU.S.
pair has been chargedwith exploration purposes," the
illegal possession of a doe speaker was told. "But we

deer and resisting arrest. hear that the oil companiesdon't AIR FORCE ..".'!:-..../j.,;(. ..'...oC\IA.V..-.';:..i.;...JJ....,".,'t.1lP.'A.1!:... I'I"V'.':.",;:", "." t---( "" ... :"1';' )fo' .'".."." _. ."*':;JiJ..1t<;-II'--1;:'''"",.>'i.j .....,
Outstanding
pay their fair share now. ACADEMY, Colo. OUICH no. ;,T" '
Aren't we getting two differ- duty performance at Ran ; ,, % FOOD ./ 'i.
GCHunterDiesIn ent stories?" dolph AKB, Tex., has earnedthe -; S.D.A. GRADE ". lAGAR'S
.
Brackett said that the true Meritorious Service Medalfor f' QUICK FROZEN }

picture of profits should come Captain Mickey R. Dan- ;. \ : .
AccidentA from looking at the return on sby. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. BROADBREASTED .,; BONELESS-
investment, rather than just Dansby of 271 Alton Road, fcI FA IR .- .
*
fatal hunting accident by percentages. "Phillips hadan Starke Fla.Captain z .
occurred Sunday west of increase of 77 per cent in Dansby was cited !) .
Penney Farms in an area profit over last year but the for his professional skill, '-=YOUNG I SUPERMARKETS\ ,
known as Daniels Field. return on investment was only knowledge and leadership as f HAMS
Clifford Kent Knowles, 19, of 12 per cent this year, com education and training officer STARKE '
Green Cove Springs, was pared with 4.7 per cent three with the affiliations and accreditations TURKEYS 32O SOUTH t
killed as he and a companionwere division of the '
ago, Brackett said. He
years WALNUT ST. tf,
hunting turkey. According added that the price of oil had Community College of the Air $
17 LBS & UP 10 TO 16 LBS ...01 i ];
to the Clay County increased about 17 per cent Force :Il .....o.'o.e..OOOO..I., (l5 LBCAN 599
Sheriff's Department, lie honored at the U: S. if.j DVt*WMK .ION III BUYS 0000 C'
over the past few years, while was 1 THRU SUNDAY QIC.33*1 tl1.QUANTITY 1
Knowles climbed a tree tryingto the cost of oil well machinery Air Force Academy, Colo., + 49 < 53 < I NIGHT!NtllNVIO F S
spot the birds. His companion has gone up 31 per cent and where he now serves as an wt M pfeautf to leant :
reported hearing Knowles well workers' wages have instructor of behavioral LB LB D.S.&A.fOOO STAMP 3 LB CAN......$3.89 _;.t
call" and then blastof 7iF *'."
"turkey a increased 47 cent. sciences. COUPONStttNKE
the 16-gauge shotgun. per The captain, a 1965 gra- j.M''l.: ;''F : ":'YM'i-1 :;: J. titiw .:,;:.M'llf. };"" ;t; f i'-r--i';, &;: .

Apparently the gun had fq fqg duates of Bradford High
dropped from the tree and the 1. \ School received a B.S. degreein
trigger caught a branch, psychology in 1969 and an /EvcryDayLbwPricc r EvcryDayLbwPriccL EvcryDayLowPric E very Day LowPrkej
firing the gun and striking M. S. degree in psychology in
Knowles in the chest. His 1970 from the University of BONELESS BEEFSTEAKS BEEF BEEF BLADE .US.'NO. 1
companion flagged down a Florida. He was commis-
motorist on the nearby high- "i sioned there through the Air SIRLOINSTEAKS CHUCKROAST WHITEPOTATOES
way and the injured youth was Force Reserve Officers Train-
carried to Clay Memorial ing Corps program.
.
Hospital where he was .fq- 1q.1iq
pronounced dead. -" H

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the Class 2A state champi playoff after handing visiting Boca Raton a 43-0 ''( ,j .......) I
whipping last week in one oj f[two semi-final games. ''

"This will probably> be our bruised hand, Gery Dukes a The defense is led by tackle ,
t most challenging game this pulled groin muscle, Andy David Brannon and YZ
year," says Head Tiger Coach Howard a sprained ankle, linebacker Freemon White.
Jack Jones of the upcoming Danny Hazen a pulled ham Last week Ronnie Jones led I
game.Monticello. string and Danny Raulersonout the Tigers with 15 tackles and
has lost two with a strained knee. assists while Barnett and Billy High stepping Curtis Sir mones, aided by three blocking
games in the last three years The Tigers put up seven Cain each made 13. teammates, roars through the Scot defense for big yardage.
-- -- and in Sirmones scored three touchdowns and gained 257 yardsiitiliW
---- -- --- those three years has shut outs during the season
won the state championshipeach out of 10 games and now have
This Jimmy Prevatt pass enroute to Donnie Sewell I Is! intercepted by Russell! Kirk helping the time. "We feel honored eight shut outs under their

Forest team bent BUS 60.Scrappy. just to be playing in a ball belt. This one was not a team Bradford
game with a team with a from this area. Criticism c0p
much tradition as Mon- about the Tigers having an
ticello," commented Jones. easy schedule is week by week !
( Forest Monticello has a lot of being abolished. The week it4 CageTeamWins
speed. An example is the wide before last when Union faced
receiver who holds the state Crescent City at home the
record in the 100 yard dash. Tigers clawed a 41-14 scar on TwoBradford
Most of the track team plays the visiting team. December 19, 1971 Page 13SPORTS
football. The Tiger offensive line is
DDS 6-0 High Varsity
Downs "Our defense is certainly ancored by Gery Dukes at left cagers rolled on two more
to be tested and Richard <
going against guard Wombsleyat wins this week to post a 4-0
these guys,"says Jones. "You center. Other offensive record so far this season with
don't worry about this team linemen doing a good job are wins over Macclenny 62.49
r breaking for a first down you Raulerson, Dann Pearson, then Ocala Forest in Ocala 40-
In 3A Playoff worry about them" breaking Tim Whitehead and Doug 35 Tuesday night.
.. for a touchdown. Barnett, according to Jones. "I'm happy that we are
i ., Monticello has two runnersin winning: but I'd be happier ifUnion
j the same category as the could J four
we just put together
A scrappy Ocala Forest Then with a second down the 35 yard line.A Tigers Curtis Sirmones, but Breezes 43-0 0 quarters," says (Head Varsity
team put the Bradford High and six to go Howse got the mix up in the backfield they don't have the power ver Basketball Coach Mike
gridders out of the Class 3A ball and headed around left yielded a BHS fumble and a running of Andy Howard and Sexton. "We are not playing (I
state playoffs last Friday end, was hit and fumbled and Forest recovery at the 29 yard Lorenzo Griffin. the type of ball that we are
night when the Wildcats edged defensive end Sheldon Hodge line.Forest Last week against Boca Boca Raton In Semi-Final capable of playing. hopefully
6-0 by the Tornadoes in the recovered the fumble at the 42 was held for a quick Raton when the defense keyedon that will come about soon."
semi-final playoff at Booster yard line. four downs and a punt, helpedby Sirmones, the Tigers used Sexton is happy to get
Stadium in Ocala. First down Tommy Reddish a sacking by defensive end Howard for the running. He LAKE BUTLER Union for the score just before the stop-and-go twist without through the end of the football
The Tornadoes landed a rushed nine yards Donnie Sewell for a four yard averaged nine yards a carry. High's 1974-75 steam roller half. LB went into the dressingroom losing too much speed. Often season, which tied up four
' berth in the playoffs with a 9-1 through the left tackle hole. loss. BHS got the ball at the 47 Then the BR defense keyed on football team rolled 43-0 over ahead 150. The second he had gone 20 yards before players with the four wins. He
I' season record, then beat Next play Reddish got five yard line and on first down Howard and Sirmones so the Boca Raton St. Andrews here half was all Tiger. the defense could push him out plans to use the Christmas
Milton 3S-14 last week to move yards up the middle but a five Reddish got the ball knockedout Tigers went to the running of Friday night in the semifinalsof Perry ran another short, of bounds or gang up on the vacation as a rest period and
into the semi final playoff. yard illegal procedure penaltyput of his arms and the Wild- quarterback Danny Hazen the Class 2A state playoffs.The low Scot punt back to the St. strong running back to finally practice to gel the team.In .
Forest knocked out Auburn- the ball back to the 46 yard cats took over again at the 47 and he averaged about eight easy victory landed the Andrews 33 the first time Lake drag him down. Sirmones was both games the Torna-
dale 20-6 last week for the line of BHS.Reddish's. yard line.Forest yards a carry.Sirmones Tigers a chance for the state Butler gained control in the stopped behind the line only does let down in the last half.
Region championship. running and two quarterback John still got 12 yards 2A title next Friday against second period. Sirmones tooka once all night.On Against Macclenny the
Crucial mistakes and too passes by Prevatt, one to Brantley opened with an 11 per carry while substitute Monticello Jefferson who beat pitchout from Hazen around the 24 yard run on the Tornadoes led 27-19 at the
many turnovers kept the Richard Lashley for eight (See Page 14)SN runner Tony Paytee got Inverness Citrus 12-0 in the right end for the score, again fourth TD drive Sirmones also half, then lost the lead early in
Tornado offense from scoring. yards and the other to Em- around seven yards a carry other 2A semi-final playoff on first down. Hazen threw to showed he could follow block- the fourth quarter on hot
Sophomore quarterback mett Bright for four yards, put s This is five backs averagingover game. It pushed the unde- Doug Barnett for a two point ing. He came around right end shooting by Wildcat Robert
Jimmy Prevatt had four In- the ball to the 20 yard line witha seven yards a carry. feated Tigers' record to 12-0. conversion and LB led 23-0 behind four blockers and was Hope.
terceptions for the night, two first down. The Tigers rushed for 447 "That Lake Butler line is just 2>,2 minutes into the third finally dragged down at the 12 BHS came back late in the
more than he had thrown the On the first down Prevatt yards last week. "That's the best I've seen. It outplayedus period. yard line from behind. game to score 22 quick pointsto
entire season. Plus, BHS had threw to tight end Donnie awful awesome for a high up and down," said Scots The Tiger defense held the Lorenzo Griffin, shakingarm blow 62-49 over the Wild-
two fumbles. Sewell and the ball bouncedoff school team in the state Coach Bill Clarke as he left Scots to no yardage, and four tackles every couple of cats.
Except for the interceptions of Sewell's chest right into playoffs," commended Jones. the field after the game. minutes later the Tigers were yards, was stopped numerous Sheldon (lodge led the
Prevatt did not have a bad the hands of Wildcat Scott "We couldn't get these "I really haven't seen sitting in the St. Andrews end- times but refused to go down Tornadoes in scoring with 13
night, hitting eight of 13 Brantley who was cut down at yards if not for the good lateral pursuit like that in along zone again. This TD, the and made it from the 12 for the points. Donnie Sewell led rebounding -
passes. Only one of his passes the 16 yard line for Forest. blocking of the offensive.. line," time,"said Coach Clarkeof fourth, came after a 52 yard TD with 5:26 left in the third with 11. Both Milton
fell incomplete. Bradford's defense jelled on says Jones. the tough Tiger defense drive following another short period. Hazen ran the two Baker and D. Sewell scored 12
Forest quarterback hit five this Forest drive and held the Union had a lot of injurieslast which cut off the Scots power Scot punt. Big plays were runs point conversion and the points for BHS.
of 14 for the night while havingone Wildcats at the 36 yard line to week, one hendering a runs outside and held St. of 28 and 24 yards by Sir- Tigers led 310. BUS-!Hampton 5010.
interception, by Tornado force a punt. starter from playing. Craig Andrews to 148 yards total mones, both coming off pitch- The Scots never quit trying, Berry 4-1-9; Baker 60.12:
Johnny Nichols. BitS got the ball at the 37 Shad broke his collar bone last offense.It outs going wide around the however, and drove 26 yards Sewell 6-0-12; Hodge 5-3-13;
Both teams battled to a 0.0 yard line. On first down week and will not play. WayneBox was the first time this Scot ends. and got two first downs after Aldridge 2-2-6; Ross 0-0-0;
deadlock at the end of the first Reddish got four yards over will be replacing him at season the Scots, 9-2 going into Scattered lateral pursuit the UC kick off. Ward Rodor- Wayne Berry. 000. Totals 26-
quarter. Forest got the kickoff right tackle then busted for 11 the offensive tackle spot. He the ball game, had been shut allowed Sirmones too many mer punted 34 yards and the
and started from its 12 yard yards over left guard on the Blocking back and defensive played most of the game last out. A Class lA school in one-on-one situations and he Tigers started from their own 662.Mac: -Carter 52.12; Yar-
line. With running efforts by next play for a first down at tackle Jimmy Clark is week for.Shad. Miami, Westminster Chris- took advantage of that to givea 30.Seven plays later SirmonesSee brough 1-2-4; Hope 6-0-12:
Paul Ilowse and Bert Yanceythe the 43 yard line of Forest. helped off the field after being Other injuries are David tian, beat the Scots 3514. defender a limp leg, or a ( Page 14)) Paige 3-2-8; Ford .5-4-13:
Wildcats moved down to Then Prevatt hit Sewell for 13 injured in the Ocala Forest Brannon with a cracked Clarke said his team looked a c.,"'nh'.._ nLn.n.' Davis; 0.0.0.
the BITS 46 yard line. yards for another first down at game. thumb,_Freemon White with a little better (in that game) I Totals 19-11-49.

.-- --_ ._ ._- --_ ._- -- -- -- --- ._.--._ ._ ._ ._----I,* "but we weren's getting hit as
1 hard either." SCORE QUARTERS
f Behind the blocking of the BUS 12 15 11 24 62
J big Tiger offensive line, plus MAC 9 10 16 14 49
jL some speedy and hardnosed t
z running on his own, Curtis Sir- OCALA FOREST GAME:
Mom
Hey | mones picked up 244 yards in : Elva Hampton led the
I 22 rushes. Sirmones scored ; : Tornadoes against Forest
three touchdowns on runs of '1 racking up 14 points from
To I 35.33, and 5 yards. I seven field goals. Donnie
I Forgot jl St. Andrews had faced some Sewell led the defense with 20
2 good teams this season, but rebounds followed by Wayne
J none quite as precise nor as \ Berry with 14 rebounds.
Tell s'hl quick as Union High. "That'sthe This was the second Big Sun
Santa
2
I best line we've faced all Conference win for the Tornadoes -
j season," said Coach Clarke. so far this season.
"" He also termed Sirmones a I BHS again fell down in the
J What I | fine back and junior quarterback second half. At halftime the
I Danny Hazen a fine Tornadoes had gotten a 20-14
'r scrambler.The Tiger defenders swarm over Boca Raton runner trying to jump on the Wildcats. Then in
Tigers, on touchdowns turn wide around the end. A Scot coach termed Lake Butler the third quarter outplayed
F by Sirmones and Andy lateral pursuit the best he had seen in>ears.JVCagers Ocala 16-7 for a 36-21 lead.
ReallyWant
\ r Howard, led 15-0 going into the In the fourth quarter Brad-
half. Sirmones ran 35 yards ford, blowing a 16 point lead
r after a Scot punt and Howard was stalled to four points
ForChristmas I capped a 60-yard drive with a Win while Forest closed the gap to
j 14-yard touchdown run. five points, 40-35, before the
Lake Butler made it 23-0 on game ended.
I its first play from scrimmage Two Lose TwoBradford Forest's only returnee from
P in the third quarter, Sirmones last year, Reggie Green, led
going 33 yards after Joe Max- the Wildcats with 11 points
i well had returned a Scot punt. junior varsity with seven. from five field goals and one
P Lorenzo Griffin capped a 48 cagers evened their record Forest's leading scorer in foul shot. Teammate Curtis
yard Tiger drive with a 12 this week at 2-2 after beating the game was Charle Chistin Hawkins got eight points.
I yard touchdown the second Union and Macclenny and with 19 points. This was the BUS-Hampton 7-0-14; Ross
I time the Tigers got their losing to Buchholz and Ocala only man on the Ocala team in 1-0-2; Sewell 3-0-6; Hodge 2-2-
Don't Children I hands on the ball in the third Forest. double figures. 6; Aldridge 6012. Totals 19-2-
Worry I period, making it 310. The Bradford took the two wins, Saturday night the Baby 40.
63-53 and 46- Tornadoes host Hawthorne for
fourth period came midway a over Macclenny Forest-llawkins 3-2-8;
\ 70-yard TD march which Sir- 42 over Union High. Then the last game before Green 5-1-11; Moon 1-0-2;
Guaranty Federal & Florida State mones capped from five yard came the losses 53-45 Christmas vacations. The JV Williams, 4-0-8; Ray Williams
\ out with his third TD of the Buchholz and 53-46 to Forest. game starts at 6:30 p.m. and
the to 37- Bradford's first game was varsity 8 p.m. (See Page II)
night, running score
Have A with Union. Freddie Aldridgeled
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with
Baby 16
". I The Tigers drove 85 yards
I for their final TD, Tony points followed by teammate For Convenience Of
Paytee going in from three Kenny Aycox with 12 points.

Direct Line To The North Pole . I' 430.yards out, the score going to Billy Revels Ricks played and good defense Charlie, Those Unable To Shop

minutes into the according to JV Coach Reddy During The Week
J It was 42
ii .. Go Ahead And Call i second period before Lake Cox.
Butler got into the Scot end- Buchholz was the second BUSH'S BAIT & TACKLE SHOP
i zone for the first time, but game and Aldridge led the
# I after that it was all Tigers team in this game again with WILL BE OPEN SUN. DEC. 22 8 TO 5
9646666And growling. 16 points. Kenneth Hamptonand
I Sirmones went up the Aycox scored 12 points Ceramic Pots Wrought Iron
I middle, was slowed by a each in the game.
.' tackle,slid off,saw daylight to Hampton led BHS in the
I his left, and lit out for a 35 third game against Mac- Coleman Lanterns. Rods & Reels
Talk To Santa 1 yard touchdown run on clenny last Saturday night at
I Union's first score of the home. He racked up 21 points.
{ game. Aldridge scored another good Fishing Lures. Large Pecans
( Federal "'; The score came on first 15 points Robert Best was next
Guaranty down after Buddy Perry had in line with eight points.

Savings'and Loan Association i nlI : t returned a Scot punt 25 yardsto Playing good defense for BHS Christmas Trees
the Scot 35. The low, short were Hampton, Aldridge, Live :
# Scot punt was a mistake, the Levern Marks,Aycox and Jay ,
h "4aNe kind the Tigers have lived on Godwin.
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',The Friendly Savings Center:! ; all season,and they did again! Hampton led the Baby BUSH'S BAIT & TACKLE
A 60-yard drive on the fol- Tornadoes in the Forest game
395 W. Madison St. Starke, Fla. lowing possession
Tiger last Tuesday night with a totalof EDWARDS RD. OFF HWY 301
i netted the second TD,fullback 19 points. Aycox followed
Andy Howard going 14 yards with 11 points and Aldridge
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Scrappy Forest. .
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BHS Doesn't Take .. .. '
run for a first down at the five
.. :. i'!' yarder to end Harold Frank- After a two yarder by yard line.Reddish.
lin. Two plays later Howse Beaver DeSue, Prevatt hit
Loses t : broke loose for 15 yards and a Sewell for 13 yards on the next middle then tried on the a run up the
next
Advantage, first down at the 34 yard line of play for a first down at the Prevatt tried for Sewell in play the
BHS. Next play Brantley Forest 45 yard line.
endzone but the ball
opened up around left end for Reddish grubbed up two was intercepted -
i'! Ernest
:. by Quaid who
Semi-Final To OF"We 14 yards and another first yards on first down followed downed it in the end zone and i
down at the 20. to Hull
\ by a seven yard pass "Forest took over at the 20 yard
pionship game.Bradford on the next play. On third for short drive
were all disappointed line a then a
Five later
plays Forest was
burst yards
down DeSue
threatened to seven
had the
didn't win. We
that we punt
opportunity, but just did not score twice in the game, once ;'f ;<;ih.t": at the three yard line with a up the middle to move the ball Neither team
third down. Then Yancey line. seriously
down to the 29 yard
of in the first quarter and once in ..
take advantage it, says 4 '" the
threatened
rest of
finished the drive with the Prevatt hit the
Head Bradford Grid Coach the third quarter. But four ,:.;'.:. On first down
interceptions and two fumbles winning touchdown. The kick Hull again this time for 14 game. The teams remained
David Hurse of the semifinal
after by Russell Kirk was no the ball the 15 deadlocked for the 6-0 score
hampered the BHS scoring yards to put on
playoff last Friday night efforts.In L- tA V good and Forest had the yard line with a first down. for Forest,
when Ocala Forest edged 6-0 ,
by the Tornadoes for a berth the first quarter BHS pa Y winning score 6-0. Third down, Prevatt hit Hull STATISTICS
moved the ball down to the again for six yards and DeSue
the State Class 3A cham-
in five yard line, then a 15 yard Lorenzo Griffin shakes loose from a Boca Raton tackler al the nine and goes in for a touchdown The only real scoring threat followed that with a two yard SHS OFla
the semi-final me of the Class 2A stale play-offs 43.0.I in the second half First Downs 16
ga
holding penalty put the ball I as the UIIS Tigers won was by +-I-++++ 121 Yards Ru'hlng 181
back out to the 25 yard line. Bradford after getting the Rear tires propel and front 78 Yards Palling 70
RECREATIONCENTER kickoff at halftime. BHS got 8136 PCPAPI 5161 1
Prevatt then-hit on target to tires steer on most U.S. cars.
Donnie Sewell but the ball Union Breezes . (From Page ii the ball at the 29 yard line and To balance the treadwear for 3 20 Penallies Fumbles 3S 2
bounced off his helment and on first down Matt Hull broke they do,
Ocala intercepted. was again roosting in the Scot doubt what was coming. Holll' point from Coastal Oil in LB, loose up the middle for 11 the different should be Jobs rotated every SCORE BY QUARTERS
The second scoring drive end ne, this run coming from worth 210 pounds, just put his: who started the whole thing to yards to put the ball out to the tires 10' 8.000 miles says the .HS O. 0 0 0 0of
YOUTH TENNIS in- five yards out. Hazen's run for head down and drove. pay for the Tigers trip to state 40 yard line. 6.000 Council. 0 6 0 0 aF
was stopped by an Safety
CLASSES END endzone from two points failed, and LB led But, finally, at the Tiger Ii,, playoffs, Lake Butler drove 85 Tire Industry
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The Recreation Depart- the Forest four yard line. 37-0 : Buddy Perry intercepted a
ment's Youth Tennis will! end BUS was also slowed by five game. Bridges pass to end thall of the night. IS A TIME FOR
this week after a 6-week injuries of starters. End Dale On that drive Sirmones threat Big plays were a 22-yard
completed an 18 yard halfback pass from lIazen to Joe Max-
program in the fundamentals Haas, blocking back Jimmy I
with the
to Tim Whitehead. Then Then, loudspeaker well and a 25 yard run by
of the games. Twenty boys Clark monster man Mike pass getting donations ranging carried From
up Griffin. tee
the Tony Pay
Andy Howard punctured I
and girls took part in the
Gaskins, quarterback Jimmy Scot middle behind good up to$oJ per point from Gerald three yards for the touchdown
and will
program hopefully Prevatt and noseman Scott Dukes, $3.50 per point from with left in the
blocking for runs of 10 and 11 3:51: game.
continue their efforts in the
Pooser were all injured in the and Sons Feed
yards and Sirmones followed Osteen Store in Luke Smith's run for the two
Springs. game. Most continued playing with one of his patented runs Providence, $3 per point from point conversion failed and I

BASKETBALL after"I being thought patched we were up. well around the end for 16 yards.By Shadd's Shell in LB, and$2 per the Tigers' spree ended 430. I Colonial

The Intermediate Boys Bas- prepared and we had a good this time the Tigers were
ketball Program, ages 13-15, game plan.The thing that hurt finding it difficult to keep up I
is underway at the RJE Gym, us the most were all the in- their interest and the--Scots= I 506E Nona St Florist
with about 30 boys taking part juries," says Coach Hurse. cEf EWcEE f ,
in the sessions, each Tuesday "Ocala has a balanced STATISTICS
and Thursday Mternoon. defense and one of the -. SCOTS I
The Bantam Boys ((9-12)) toughest defenses around. 22 457 Yard.First Gained Downl Ru.hlng 110 11 j Call 131 t, y s;k : ''Y tis?>4ssa ak' I

began registering Monday They have given up very few 48 Yards Ganed, Palling 38
with their sessions to 450 PCPAPI 471
practice
points and have gotten x a R
begin after the holidays in the position for the offense all o 1 FYmbleIL01t Punta 5 26 0 ;

Old Armory Registration year," says Hurse. 45 P0ne1Tle/ 0 by Nail Crawford 964-6291 ; : a i
forms may be picked up at the Prevatt, despite the in- 5;

Recreation Department terceptions, had a healthy L. SCORE BY QUARTERS 0 15 16 12: 43 Bradford Bassmasters held find the top six as follows: 1- ;
during the holidays. passing night hitting eight of SCOTS 0 0 0 0 0 their December tournament Don Thompson; 2-Pat Welch; 2 I
13 passes for a total of 78 cn Little Lake Orange last 3-Neil Crawford; 4-Don
VOLLEYBALL yards."I Scoring Summary December 14. Brown; 5-Earl Muse; 6- I To Wire .
,
I
is La-Sormon. 35 yard run. EPSlrmones
Volleyball being played
thought blocking backs run.L.Howard. Denton Sumrall. $ -
each Wednesday and Thurs- Matt Hull and Jimmy Clark 1. yard run. EPSlrmones The wind certainly was a Denton started out on top at
day evenings in the Old Armory did a real good job for us all kick.LBSlrmoneb. factor Dr. Denmark and I the first tournament. He says I Flowers I
The men on Wednesday night," says Hurse. "Clark 33 yard. run EPBarnen fished until 1 p.m. Fishing was; he plans to change his position '
from Haz.n.LGrltton
and the Women on Thursday. was certainly missed when we pall, 12 yard run EP Hagen low and most of the Bass- back to number one. !I '
Anyone (Seniors and over) got near the goal line." run.LBSlrmones. masters fished until 6 p.m. (By FTD) : Cf Iv/// ( I
wishing to participate are Bradford's offensive line 5 yard run. EP run At the end of the season the :I
invited to come join in the fun. had one of its stiffest tests of laded LPey',' 3 yard run. EP run 'all..d. After each boat weighed in Bassmaster's had a classic : I
7:30: 9:00: p.m. the season and did a good job their catches, Harold tournament. The top six j I k '" 7uY
Dot 8 Don I
Bagwell
against one of the quickest began to drive downfield. Uranham and Don Thompson fishermen will be eligible to i a4
defenses in the state. From their own 33 the Scots came up as the winning boat. fish in the classic. The prize, 5' A4 SM.,
BITS Cagers "It is most difficult to beat a marched to the Tiger 17 on Guy Caverley placed second date, and location has not II Invite you to stop by I
team of the stature of Ocala, runs by big fullback Chris in the tournament. been set as of yet. .' "
(From Page 13)) turn the ball over six times Holzworth and two completed I & see their beautiful '

1-2( ; Harshman 2'4.) Totals and win," says Hurse. "Evenin passes by quarterback Bob Pat Welch says he fished At this time of the year the J I
16335. doing so they only beat us 6- Bridges, one for eight yards to hard all day and he finally bass seem to take a shiner J Christmas Arrangements
0." Tom Burns and the other for landed a four and a quarter real good. Branham was 1 II
sc.mF BY QUARTERS BHS only punted one time nine yards to Holzworth pound bass late in the after. telling me that one of his \
during the night and the rest coming out of the backfiel noon. friends landed over 100 pounds J
BITS 12 8 16 4 40OF of the times the Tornadoes lost There was nothing fancy at of bass in two days while J

68 714-35 the ball themselves. the attack of the big Scots. This was our fifth tourna- fishing at the Rodman !

Bradford has one game "Overall I think the defense They just powered off tackle ment for this year. At the end Reservoir using shiners. Let Dot 8 Don Make That Special I
before the Christmas did a good job and I am or around the end on a quick 01 the five tournaments we Bass should begin to bed in
vacation The Tornadoes host pleased with the effort of short pitchout that left no February in most of the lakes

Hawthorne this Saturday everyone we had on the field.It 3 in this area. Arrangement That Says you care I
night. Junior varsity starts at was a bruising and physical The tournament for ,I .- ? .
6:30: and varsity at 8 p.m. ball game, the same kind of January has not been set as of I I
Milton Baker will be out of football I hope, we will play yet. Date and place will be .
action for BHS until after next year, commented W-w- ,, voted on at the regular !J Open 8:30.5.00: :

Christmas with a slight break Hurse."I monthly meeting December IJ
in his thumb.Hawthorne. was so busy taping people 17. I!
is a Class 2A up with injuries that I didn't You must fish the next six COLONIAL
undefeated team and has been see much of the game but I am tournaments in planning to FLORIST J
to the state finals for the last proud of our kids because the fish in the Classic. I
three kept going back to the game, '
years. says Offensive Line Coach Bill -Good Fishing ; 506 E. Nona Sl Starke I
Neil Crawford
Hughes. .
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"I thought everyone did a SSE1/1E
Be sure the equipment good job and I think we played B
you use is safe. Inspect well enough to win but we just I
that ladder before you came out on the short end of
climb it. Use the proper the stick," says Secondary Most Styles Shown In

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BROOKEUIN

't3 W-D BRAND GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN
BRIEF .... .
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By:: Jeannette Prescott "
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BROOKER SCHOOL ELEMENTARY NEWS ",/, ff'.' ''' '< : '!W'S': ..-,', .. U R K E Y 5

school holidays.Friday before will School be the the will Christmas last be out day for of "w:::;. t. ,I''M .' 1' ALi

approximately two weeks.
Students will return to school,
Tues. January 7.
Each class will!! be having a
Christmas party Friday af
ternoon. Santa Claus will be
arriving sometime Friday ;-
afternoon. Christmas bags -'' 17 LBS.
will be provided by the PTA.
y-' Friday morning all students & UP L L
*' in grades 1-6 will be given a GRADE "A" TURKEY PARTS
". Visual! I. ScreeningExamination. I T

'.;. Tuesday, the. 4, 5 and 6i TURKEY ROAST W/RIBS/ LB 99C 1 10 to y eEEF PEO4
graders went to the Florida
ij. Mate Museum in Gainesville THIGHS . . LB 89C
as a part of their Social Ib y
]14
.I Studies unit. DRUMSTICKS . LB 79' s.
C

'f NEW RIVER BAPTIST BREAST QUARTERS . LB c

''- CHURCH NEWS LEG QUARTERS' . LB 69C57C y
The adult Choir presented
hts
LB. PRICES GOOD THURS. DEC. 19
; its Christmas Cantata "Love Reserve
.* Transcending," by John W. WINGS . . LB 49c .
WINN DIXIE STORES, INC THRU TUES. DEC. 24
.I Peterson, Sunday night at COPYRIGHT 1974 ; .
7-30: Soloist Bee Bee Hayes, r '
: Mary Henry, Glenda Andrews :
,and Joyce Stanley. The 7 :: .
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juniors and young people
: presented a tableau under the USDA CR. 'A' QUICK FROZEN 1
W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF USDA INSPECTED W-D BRAND PURE (No Additives)
} direction of Margaret Dyal W-D BRAND BROAD BREASTED

.I Johns.Linda Following Andrews the and program Pat TURKEYS CHUCK ROAST GROUND BEEF
everyone met in the
Fellowship Hall for refresh-


<*-". ments.The piano RECITAL and voice REDI-BASTED 10 IBS. & UP 6 3tj + SAVE 3lc 88 .' .I 5 $J99 )

students Countryman of presented Mrs. Anita their ) u. e', GROG t- LB.

> Christmas River Baptist Recital Church at the New on LB. U S. CHOICE LB. PKG.iiiifii .

Friday, December 13.
Refreshments were served in W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF LAND O' SUNSHINE
the Fellowship Hall followingthe

recital. ST ROUND STEAD I p'SUNSHIME BUTTEROVEN
DEDEN; :. BAPTIST CHURCH ,

present Deden its Baptist Christmas Church Play will SAVE Ulf'I BEER:

this Sunday night to take the + j .... ; t
place of the regular Service.It 2lc OVEN 2lc _n,, : 1.LB.u. 3

December is to 22.start The at Programwill 6 p.m. ( .S.CNOicE. $148'j READY E-Z + u. $168 Qnl, r PKG. 7J I

be preformed by lam ,.. u.S?5 ICE DV' (QTRS)
plight: The three Wise Men: 1 CARVE ,..
Pete Hodge, Eddie Barns .. .,
Robbie Miller will sing, "We .... '- ''''
Three Kings." Sandy, Naomi, : :=; :: : :' :

and Jane Mann, will sing .. _.=-_ _.- ..... iiii:
"What Child Is This," The

T.J.Church Mann.Reading Mrs.BettyLynttis will be by Mr. .SAVE STEAK 20c W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEf BONELESS FRESH FROZEN FRYERDelmonicos i SWIFT PREMIUM. HOSTESS RQUNQ.W\NIIIED_ .. .. ..' .... SAVE IBc BETTY,,CO: );KERHam ?, ........',1.

5 r: program director. The rest of ) . LS. $279 Gizzards . LB.79c '.' :.--. 4 CAN LII. $599 Cake Mixes 2 P ds .$100SAVE
the Church's Children will
make "The Heavenly 31, W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF FRESH FROZEN FRYER SAVE 12c THRIFTY MAID CRANBERRY THRIFTY MAID MANDARIN

Body.attend." up We urge Everyone to Chuck Steak LB98c Livers . . PRO. 69C Sauce . 3 CANS 88C Oranges . 3 CANS; $1 .

WO BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF TOP ROUND OR WD BRAND WHOLE HOG SAVE lOc ASTOR FRUIT ALUMINUM (p2".23'ISirloin l lW

Mr. PERSONALS and Mrs.:. Randy Steak LB $189 Sausage . ROLL I.LB 99C Cocktail . 3 16'01.CANS $100 Arrow Foil I 3 ROLLS $100

Hodges and baby, Amy, of .D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF PORTERHOUSE OR W.D SLICED SAVE 6c THRIFTY MAID CRUSHED OR SLICED DOUGLAS WHOLE
Starke, visited their grandparents ".". 5201
Mr. and Mrs. Evan T-Bone Steak LII $189 Bologna I . 'As1 69C Pineapple I . CAN 38C Chicken . CAN 99c
I Hodges, and Mrs. Mamie SAVE 20c W O BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF LOIN SAVE '7. DIXIE DARLING FAMILY THRIFTY MAID CUT SWEET SOUTHERN BISCUIT

Hodges.December Sunday 15. afternoon, Strip Steaks . LB. $179 Bread . 3 LOAVES 20 01. $1 Potatoes . 2 2901.CANS 88 Flour . . 5 PKG LB 68C
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Trustees of Santa Fe Boardof Com LE SUEUR PEAS I COFFEE IIrJ STRAWBERRIES

',. munity College will hold its ,
regular monthly meeting at
I 3:30: p.m. on Thursday SAVE SAVE E
December 19, at the college's Ii.gl 9
Northwest Campus, 3000 N.W. > 9C 10c
83rd Street. J8 99 J $1
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.. All interested citizens are 'a. =! If
invited to attend the meeting f 17.0 .
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which will convene in Room F- 'I CAN: .-,., Esr PINTS

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THRifTY MAID ----------------------1 PEPPERIDGI FARM


: 259NEWS ABOUT MEDIUM PEAS I! SAVE 9E m 15 ;!I LAYER CAFES


; SERVICE MEN SAVE GODpt S la BAG .
GOLD MEDAL
I \ ; SAVE CHOCOLATE FUDGE V
6C I. FLOUR I : GOLDEN all
N I 40c COCONUT
2 8 I \ GERMAN CHOCOLATE f
Donald Kay Griffis fJLNCwE TFQc WITH I 9 9
Serving in Guam
16.0& I O
GUAN Marinas Islands i COUPON ; 17.0:.

Senior Chief Storekeeper CAN I LIMIT ONE PER CUSTOMER GOOD THRU DEC 24 ,...,.. i..1 .: ,
: Donald Ray Griff. a native .. ---------"------.-------"' ,.. .Y -
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: of Lawtey was promoted to his < .'"- -. "- .
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present rate on Oct 16. : A member of Naval Mobile !'o. :;;u
: Construction Battalion 74, MORTON SPAGHETTI & MEAT MACARONI & CHEESE.
MONOGRAM LONG GRAIN MACARONI A BEEF OR CHICKEN & NOOOLf
Senior Chief Griffis enlisted in ARROW VIVID i COLOR HARVEST FRESH

: Tennessee the Navy in and 1956.Vietnam Hawaii are Rice . . 3 'KG LI., 78C Napkins . ''ST' 45C Lettuce . . LB.15c Dinner . 3 J&., $1 looKRAFT

but a few of the many duty FRENCH HUNT'S FRESH FLORIDA MORTON CHICKEN. BEEF, TURKEY

.: stations served during at which his 19 Griffis years has in Dressing . 2 :&s T ;: 88C Ketchup . 369c Oranges . 2 ZAGS $100 Pot Pies . 3 PIES I $1 lo

the service. His latest assign THRIFTY MAID THROWN STUFFED MANZ THRIFTY MAID RED DELICIOUS MORTON SPAGHETTI J. MEAT OR MACARONI ft CHEESEOlives
ment brings him to the Seabees 5'01. LII 801,
with whom he has made . . JAR 59C Apple I Sauce 3 .s$1 Apples . 4 BAG 69C Casserole 3 PKGS. $1 ,
three deployments, includingan THRIFTY MAID SALAD ASTOR CRUSHED OR CHUNK U S N.I I REGULAR JIFfY TURKEY GRAVY. SALISBURY' VEAL PAI1MIOIAN'"

small Garcia eight tropical, British month island Indian stay of on Ocean Diego the Olives . . 7.u47C Pineapple I . 14 CAN39c; Potatoes . 1 10 vut LI.TS69e MEAT Entrees LOA' OR IEEF PEPPER. . 2 ,LB.A o.. 99C ,

THRIFTY ID SAVE ||c DIXIE DARLING BROWN 'N SERVE TWIN OR FLORIDA WHITE OR PINK ASTOR 1Chill I ,
Territory.Presently deployed Griffis to & Beans "&I ;"' 39C Flaky Rolls 2 Jio";: 79C Grapefruit 5 II G 69C Orange Juice 3 CANS $100';' 1

and Guam Naval, Senior Mobile Chief Construction ....................,... .......................... ... .....................'. .......".................... .
Battalion will return to ; ; : .
their homeport at Gulfport EXTRA ; Ex..REx..R: EXTREXTRAL

Miss. in early January. 4"1t... GREEN STAMPS I I d7( GREEN..STAMPS I I .It.....( GREEN STAMPS I I ""It GREEN STAMPS-NN r I I .4"1t, GREEN STAMPS, : .
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Seaman Recruit : SIX' 12.1. CANS FoioirsCoffee STEP SAVE : SURE MAGIC TILE BRIT TALMAOGI COUNTRY.. i
Hogg GraduatesNov. ,Chek Drinks /4 Floor Care : Cleaner / Cured Ham :
28-Navy Seaman GOOD THRU DEC. 24 "w1: 0000 THRU DEC. 24 :1" GOOD THRU DIC 24No GOOD THRU DEC. 24 b:+7.. 0000 THRU DEC. 2M.n. :
Recruit Russell D. Hogg, son No. 51 nFEXTRA. No. 32.,...,.,.... ._.,.. 33.,,?,,. ?.... .,..w... No. 34 .T Tout HMM WHM**.*.! No. 55 ....?.,"" .. ....... : 'U..
of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hogg of .. .
Route 1, Starke graduatedfrom t ; ; : '
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recruit training at the Ex..REx..R
Naval Training Center 4"1t GREEN.STAMPS I I d1l GREEN.STAMPS I I 4"1t... GREEN STAMPS ,. I I .d"...M-YMM GREEN eF.IN STAMPS-NNUNY r I I .4"1t... GREEN! STAMPS :. /.
Orlando. FN MF.M M N.a.N- MFIrwr. -N.NW r F MFIY wrr M -.Ww oV1MORrwORTH"orANYGLAZED '"
ANY 32.99 OR UP U 00
to to ONE 4-LII. OR MORI IONILESS I ML* FKO
scheduled report
He is TechnicianA ., PORK SHOULDIR BLADE TWO 0..0.A.- CUT UP STEAK CUT HARVEST MESH FRUITCake : .
Hull Maintenance Philadelphia. Bottom Butt : Froth Fryer : PotatoesGOOD Fruit Basket I Material :
School ; 0000 THRU DEC 24 THRU DIC. 24 L+ 0000 THRU DEC 24 GOOD THRU DEC. Z4No. .
The training included Instruction :: .' 56.0000 THRU. DEC.. 14 L:: 57...........,.._.. 58.'w........ No.1 59.,...,.,.,., ??.,? No.6O........"" F....... :
military regulations in seamanship, fire rnu IMI w MMWut ._.. ...........F....... ............................. .w..w............. ...............................

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. LEGALS t LEGALS LEGALS Community


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT entered against you for the relief close a mortgage on the following IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ten consecutive calendar days

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF demanded in the Complaint. property in Bradford EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF after written notice being givenof

FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD WITNESS my hand and theseal County, Florida-: FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD such award, enter into written News
COUNTY. of this Court on Nov. 25, A parcel of land containing COUNTY contract with Bradford County

1974. 1.447 acres lying In the NWVi of Board of County Commissionersof

CIVIL ACTION SE'/4 of Section 21, Township 6 CIVIL ACTION Starke, Florida In accord with
CASEN0.74.302SECURITY GILBERTS. BROWNAS South, Range 22 East in Starke, CASE No.74-302 accepted bid and give contract Bv. Elizabeth Givens Walker

CLERK OF THE COURT Bradford County Florida, said performance and payment Greater Allen Chapel AME
LIFE INSURANCE By Donna M. Branson parcel being more particularly SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE bond, with bonding company SCHOOL NEWS Each board will have a Church. The Christmas

COMPANY OF GEORGIA, an Deputy Clerk described as follows: COMPANY, OF GEORGIA, an meeting requirements set forthin Christmas vacation will written report to be reviewedby will be held at 5
Insurance corporation, Plaintiff Commence at the intersec- insurance corporation, PlaintiffVS these specifications, to said start Friday, Dec. 20, for all the pastor. At 3 p.m. the program p.m.

11/28 4t 12/19 tion of the Southerly boundary owner In amount equal to 100( % school students and teachersin Fellowship Hour will be held. Sunday Mount Zion AME Church

-VS- of said NW% of SE'/ and the SARANELL M. TRAVIS individually of contract price. Bradford County. Everyone At 8 p.m. the Pew Rally will Richard Bethel ,
Rev. pastor.
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Easterly boundary of the right- SARANELL M. No bidder may withdraw his will be looking forward to a terminate activities for the School 10
Sunday ,
a.m.
SARANELL M. TRAVIS individually FOR of.way of State Road 200 (U.S. TRAVIS, Executix of the Estateof bid for period of 30 days after prosperous New Year for the day. All officers are expectedto Morning Worship at 11. After-
SARANELL M. 301)) and North 17 degrees schools. have a and report. -
TAX DEED run L. Edd Travis deceased etal.) date set for operning thereof.All pew noon service, 4 p.m. The
TRAVIS Executrix of the Estateof 25' 40" East along said Easterly Defendant work shall be done in Rev. Wilton Blake will will be
L. Edd Travis, deceased, etal 134.42 feet to iron ANNIVERSARY deliver the and Mrs. Christmas program
NOTICE boundary an accord with plans, specificationsand message,
IS
HEREBY
GIVEN Christ-
held Tuesday night
,
Defendant of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cham. Blake will madly
that A.J. Thomas the holder of stake for point beginning. NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY contract documents relative Mary give a Eve
From of beginning thus bers of Highway 301 will celebrate of Other will mas
the following certificates has point thereto as prepared by Moore, songs. groups Greater Bethlehem Free-
NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY described continue North 17 their 34th anniversaryon also.
May and Harrington Architects, appear
filed said certificates
for Church
a tax will Baptist Rev
deed to be issued thereon. The degrees 25' 40" East along said TO: Inc., Palatka, Florida Plans, December 22. Their friends Williams pastor.
Easterly boundary 200 feet to an and relatives congratulatethem WATCH NIGHT Jasper
specifications and contract
TRI-STATE GLASS
certificate numbers and years of INC. a Christmas rehearsal was held
TO: stake located the on this occasion and Watch will be
iron on documents be examined at Night services
may
the foreign corporation P.O. Box
issuance, description of the and Tuesday
Monday night
Saranell M. Travis 1236 Southerly boundary of the right- wish them many more yearsof held at Ebenezer Baptist
property, and the names in 1764, Valdosta, Georgia 31601 the Clerk's office in the Bradford Meeting
Wednesday
t Laurel Lane Gainesville, which it of-way of a D.O.T. drainage County Courthouse, Starke happiness. Church on December 30 in Prayer
was assessed are as night. Tonight (Thursday) the
I Georgia 30501 follows: easement; thence South 72 YOU ARE HEREBY Florida or at the office of the Lincoln City in connectionwith Circle will meet at the home of
YOU ARE HEREBY Certificate No. 85, Year of degrees 20' 20" East along last NOTIFIED that an action to fore. architect at 108 North Palm. CHURCH NEWS the Emancipation James Prince.
NOTIFIED that an action to fore aforesaid Greater Allen Chapel AME NAACP. Mrs. Friday
Southerly boundary the
Palatka Florida. by
Avenue
program
Issuance 1972, Description of close a mortgage on the following Band
I close a Mortgage on the follow- 350 feet to an iron stake; thence One set of plans and contract Church, Rev. R. G. Heastle Everyone is invited to attend. night, Prayer meetingat
Bradford
NW'4 SEC
Property SEK of property in County, the home of Mrs.
ing property In Bradford County, 10, T-7-S, R22E. Name in South 17 degrees 25' 40" West Florida: documents and forms for bid pastor. Weekly services begin New Bethel Baptist Church, Bradshaw The Junior Nancy Choir
Florida: and parallel with said Easterly be secured with Prayer Meeting and Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.
ding by general
which assessed CORA LEE A parcel of land containing may rehearse
will also
A parcel of land containing boundary 150 feet to an iron Class Meeting combined Rehearsal for the Christmas Friday
I STEVENS, Stone Harbor, N.J. 1.447 acres lying in the NWVi ol contractors only, from office of at the church. Sunday is
1.447 acres lying in the NW'/i stake thence North 72 Tuesday night. Monday night night
degrees held
; was Monday
architect, by depositing program
All of said property being in SE% -of Section 21, Township E Church School
OF SEK of Section 21, Township 20' 20" West and parallel with therewith $25.00. from was scheduled for Young through Thursday. Deaconsand Trustee Day.
the County of Bradford, State of South Range 22 East in Starke, Deposit
will begin at 930.: Morning
6 South, Range 22 East in Florida last aforesaid Southerly boundary Bradford County Florida, said general contractors will be Adult Choir rehearsal. Sunday Teachers Meeting will be
Starke, Bradford County, 139.35 feet to an iron stake; refunded submission of services begin with Church held at 3:30: p.m. Saturday. Worship at 11. Regular ser-
Unless such certificate or certificates parcel being more particularly upon
Florida, said parcel being more shall be redeemed thence South 17 degrees 51' 25" described as follows: bona fide bid and return of said School at 10 a.m. At 11 o'clock Bible Class and Prayer vices will be held at 6 p.m. ,

particularly described as follows: West 50 feet to an iron stake; plans and contract documents Rev. R. E. Lamb, Presiding Meeting each Saturday at 4
according to law the property Commence at the intersection ,
Commence at the intersection thence North 72 20' 20" Elder will hold the first FOR SALE Electric Pencil
degrees will
described in such certificate or of the Southerly boundaryof in good condition within ten quar- p.m. Sunday services
of the Southerly boundary West and parallel with last a- days after date set for terly conference. of the year.IN begin with Church School at sharpeners. 3 different stylesin
certificates will be sold to the said NW% of SE!% and the openingof stock handy for home or
said NW% of SE'/4 and the foresaid
of Southerly boundary 9:30. Morning Worship at 11.
bids. If :
highest bidder at the court Easterly boundary of the right- general contractors office For sale at The Office
of the
Easterly boundary right- 210.31 feet to POB
house door on the 30th day of of-way of State Road 200 (U.S. desire more than one set of All members are asked to
of-way of State Road 200 (U.S. has been filed against you THE CIRCUIT COURT OF attend the Hour at Shop.
December, 1974 at 11:00: a.m. 301)) and run North 17 degrees plans and specifications these Fellowship:
301)) and run North 17 degrees Saranell M. Travis Executrix of
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

be obtained
Dated this 22nd day of 25' 40" East along said Easterly may by paying cost
25' 40" East along said Easterly November, 1974. the Estate of L. Edd Travis, boundary 134.42 feet to an iron of duplication, which will not be OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
boundary 134.42 feet to an iron deceased and you are requiredto stake for point of beginning. refundable. BRADFORD COUNTY.

stake for point of beginning.From GILBERT BROWN, serve a copy of your written From point of beginning thus Subcontractors and material CASE NO. 74332In
point of beginning thus defenses, if to it, theplaintiff's
any on
draw-
suppliers purchase
Clerk of Circuit Courtof described continue North 17 may HOEIDM
described continue North 17 attorney, whose name Re The of JAMESE.
: Marriage
Bradford Florida ings and specifications from
County, degrees 25' 40" East along said
25' 40" East along said
degrees By Beulah M. Moody and address is PIERCE & architect by paying cost of BARDIN, Petitioner and
Easterly boundary 200 feet to an HARDY, P.A., P.O. BOX 1030, Easterly boundary 200 feet to an duplication and handling at rate LETAJ. BARDIN, Respondent.
iron stake located on the 32091 file iron stake located on the
Starke, Florida and the
of $1.00 sheet for
11/284t 12/19 per drawingsand
Southerly boundary of the right- original with the clerk of the Southerly boundary of the right- $5.00 per set for specifica- NOTICE OF SUIT STRETCHSTITCHI
of-way of a D.O.T. drainage above styled court on or before of-way of a DOT. drainage tions. ToLETA: J. BARDIN

easement; then South 72 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO January 24, 1975: otherwise a easement: thence South 72 Bidders' qualifications must c/o Bill Billingsley !

degrees 20' 20" East along last REGISTER judgement may be entered degrees 20' 20" East along last be satisfactory to Bradford N. W. 6th Street Ii I j

aforesaid Southerly boundary FICTITIOUS NAME against you for the relief demanded aforesaid Southerly boundary County Board of County Com- Dimmitt Texas 79027
350 feet to an iron stake; thence in the complaint or peti 350 feet to an iron stake: thence of Starke Florida. C PFAFF )
South 17 degrees 25' 40" West Pursuant to Section 865.09 South 17 degrees 25' 40" West Owner missioners reserves right to waive YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 1-I !

e' and parallel with said Easterly Florida Statutes, notice is tion.WITNESS my hand and the and parallel with said Easterly informalities in any bid and to an action for dissolution of .

boundary 150 feet to an iron hereby given that the under seal of said Court on November boundary 150 feet to an iron bid they consider to marriage has been filed against
accept any
stake; thence North 72 degrees signed Joan J. Dyal, Rt. 2 Box 22, 1974. stake: thence North 72 degrees be from lowest responsible you and you are required to SEWING
'20' 20" West and Parallel with 20' 20" West and parallel with
177 A Starke, Florida 32091 of
bidder and to and all serve a copy your written
reject any '
last aforesaid Southerly boundary doing business under the firm GILBERTS. BROWNAS last aforesaid Southerly boundary bids. defenses, if any, to it on MACHINE --
139.35 feet to an iron stake; name of "STYLES BY DYAL" CLERK OF SAID COURTBy 139.35 feet to an iron stake; RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor {'. q
I thence South 17 degrees 51' 25" Rt. 2 Box 177-A Starke, Florida Donna M. BransonAs thence South 17 degrees 51' 25" BRADFORD COUNTY BOARDOF Petitioner, whose address is w JL. Yq!( Am.m

West 50 feet to an iron stake; 32091, intends to register said Deputy Clerk West 50 feet to an iron stake; COUNTY COMMIS- 114 N. Walnut Street P. O. Box PFAFF .they sewing 1
thence North 72 degrees 20' 20" fictitious under the thence North 72 machine with the Matchmaker
name degrees 20' 20"West SIONERS, STARKE, FLORIDABy 995 Starke, Florida, 32091, and
I West and parallel with last aforesaid provisions of aforesaid statute. 11/284t 1219IN and parallel with last a- file the original with the Clerk of matcMepiaideandaltypes" { -

i Southerly boundary Joan J. Dyal, sole owner. foresaid Southerly boundary : Ralph P. Bryan, Chairman the above-styled Court on or offabric while you sewlthe HOLIDAY PRICED

I 210.31 feet to POB. 11/284t 12/19 210.31 feet to POB. before January 20 1975, other. only sewing

has been filed against you THE CIRCUIT COURT has been filed against you TRI- 12/19 2t 12/26 wise a judgment may be entered :!t machine with Push-Button

: Saranell M. Travis, individually IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE GLASS INC and you against you for the relief ,:!? Stretch Stitches) Saw on button,
: and you are required to serve a THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- BRADFORD COUNTY, are required to serve a copy of demanded in the Petition. '.. makes buttonhole _
copy of your written defenses, if CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR FLORIDA, CASE NO. 74-19, your written defenses, if any to NOTICE OF WITNESS my hand and the Comeln8ndcompae perfect machine for
S any to it, on the plaintiff's attorney BRADFORD COUNTY. FILE NO. 1-2165 it, on the plaintiff's attorney, SHERIFF'S SALE seal of said Court on the 17th teen to grandmother.
whose name and ad- whose name and address is Notice is hereby given that I I. day of December 1974.GILBERTS. .

l dress is PIERCE. & HARDY, IN RBi .''The.Marriage of, .. IN.RE: ESTATE OF PIERCE & HARDY P.A., P.O. Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff of M & M Sales & Service
PA., P.O. BOX 1030 Starke, ,GEORGE; WILLIAMS" BRYANT E. REDDISH, BOX 1030, Starke, Florida 32091' Bradford County Florida, under BROWN :
__ Florida 32091 and file the original Petitioner Deceased and file the original with the and by virtue of Writ of Il'' As Clerk of Said Court 444 G Starke Plaza
with the clerk of the above clerk of the above styled courton Execution to Wit: By: Beulah M.Moody

; styled court on or before and NOTICE TOCREDITORS or before January 24 1975: 12/19 4t 1/9
J January 24, 1975: otherwise a otherwise a judgement may be Execution issued out of County

i judgement may be entered LILLIE BELL WILLIAMS, entered against you for the relief Court of Bradford County
4 against you for the relief demanded Respondent. To all creditors and all demanded in the complaint or Florida pursuant to a final judg-

in the complaint or pe persons having claims or petition.. ment for Daniel Eubanks d/b/a c
4 NOTICE OF ACTIONTO demands against this estate: WITNESS my hand and the Eubanks Well Drilling and
tition.WITNESS my hand and theseal You are notified and requiredby seal of said Court on November against E. M.Tucker and LorettaY. ATTENTIONSTARKE

4 of said Court on November : Section 733.15 Florida 22, 1974. Tucker, defendant, in the
22, 1974. LILLIE BELL WILLIAMS Statutes to file any claims and amount of$818.00 together with.

71R Kennedy Circle demands which you may have GILBERTS. BROWNAS costs of collection.

f GILBERT. BROWN Douglas, Georgia 31553 against the estate of Bryant E. CLERK OF SAID COURTBY MIDDLEBURG KINGSLEY
4 As Clerk of Said Court (Last Known Residence) Reddish, deceased, in the Dorothy MooreAs Have seized and have in our ,
By Dorothy Moore Circuit Court, in and for Deputy Clerk possession the following

I. As Deputy Clerk YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Bradford County, Starke, described personal property to KEYSTONE PENNYFARMS LAWTEY
'. Petition for Dissolution of Florida, within four calendar 11/284t 12/19 wit: ,

11/28 4t 12/19 Marriage has been filed againstyou months from the date of the first

f in the above.named Court publication of this notice. 1973 Ford Maverick WE WILL HAVE A
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO and you are required to serve a Each claim or demand must NOTICE TO BID 2 dr 8 cyl
be in writing and must state the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ID No. 3K93R213488Tag
REGISTER of answer or pleadingto
FICTITIOUS NAME copy the your Petition on the Peti place of residence and post- THAT THE CITY COUNCIL OF No. 45-141 TRUCK IN YOUR AREA
THE CITY OF LAWTEY
tioner's attorney, RICHARD E. office address of the claimantand ,
Pursuant to Section 865.09 WELTY, 114 N. Walnut Street must be sworn to by the FLORIDA WILL RECEIVE As the property of the above

t Florida Statutes, notice is hereby P.O. Box 995, Starke, Florida, claimant his agent, or his attorney SEALED PROPOSALS FOR named defendant and that on
I f given that the undersigned 32091, and file the original CONSTRUCTION OF A WATER Monday the 13th day of &
I Stan Cottney. 116 Myrtle St. answer or pleading in the officeof Each creditor shall deliver SUPPLY FACILITY CONSISTING January 1975 at twelve o'clock Tuesdays Thursdays

and Eddie Douglas, 1241 the Clerk of the Circuit Courtin sufficient copies of his claim to OF A WATER DISTRIBUTION noon on said day on the

I Bradford St. doing business and for Bradford County enable the Clerk to mail one to AND TREATMENT premises of the Bradford CountyJail t

under the firm name of "M & S Florida, on or before December each personal representative. PLANT FACILITIES AT THE I will offer for sale and sell

,i TEXACO" 231 N. Temple Ave., 30, 1974. Dated December 5, 1974. OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK, to the highest bidder for cash in SEPTIC TANK

Starke, Bradford County, Real Property at issue is as CITY HALL LAWTEY, FLORIDA hand, the above described PUMPINGBY
i Florida 32091, Intends to register follows: Ray C. ReddishAs ON OR .BEFORE, BUT property of said defendant to

1 said fictitious name under the Lots 12 and 13, Block 1, Nat Administrator of theEstate NOT LATER THAN 2:00: P.M., satisfy the aforesaid Execution.
of JANUARY 14, 1975, AND IMMEDIATELY -
Williams Subdivision
: provisions of aforesaid statute. as per plat
Stan Cottney and Eddie thereof recorded in Plat Book 2 Bryant E. Reddish, THEREAFTER ALL Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff
i
Douglas sole owners. at Page 67 of the public recordsof Deceased. BIDS RECEIVED WILL BE PUBLICLY Bradford County. Florida

i. 12/54t 1226IN Bradford County, Florida all 12/122t 1219IN OPENED AND PRICES 12/194t 1/9

in NWV4 of SWV4 of Section 22, BID READ ALOUD.A APPROVEDROTO-

Township 6 South Range 22
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COPY OF PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS NOTICE OF

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- East.If THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ARE ON FILE SHERIFF'S SALE AND
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR you fail to do so, judgmentby THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT AND ARE AVAILABLE UPON Notice is hereby given that I, APPROVEROOTER
default will be taken
BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE against OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR PAYMENT OF $40.00 PER SET Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff of
you for relief demanded )in the
NO. 74-306 Petition. BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE ATTHE OFFICE OF SVERDRUP Bradford County,. Florida under
and by virtue of Writ of
NO. 74-322 & PARCEL AND ASSOCIATES,
WITNESS hand and seal
CYNTHIA L.SCHMITT, Plaintiffvs this 22nd day my of November, INC., 2512 S. W. 34th STREET, Execution to Wit: ,

1974. IN RE: The Marriage of GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA -
EUGENE B. EDWARDS and Execution issued out of County
MARSHA N. CRASS,
LOLA EDWARDS, his wife. Petitioner, CITY OF LAWTEY Court of Alachua County .
GILBERT BROWNAS
Defendants. Rorida pursuant to a final judg- cii-
and
CLERK OF SAID COURTBy
ment for Household Finance
By: LUCILLE SHUFORD
Dorothy Moore JOHN HARLEY CRASS,
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Respondent. CLERK Corporation against Alphonso SAVE
Deputy Clerk Chandler Joann Chandler and
12/19 4T 19INVITATION Claude Kinsler defendants "CHARGE-IT"
in
: 11/284t 1219IN NOTICE OF SUIT 5 DOLLARS
EUGENE P. EDWARDS and the amount of $751.29 together

LOLA EDWARDS his wife TO: JOHN HARLEY CRASS TO BID with costs of collection. WITH COUPON

Address Unknown THt CIRCUIT COURT Address Unknown Sealed bids will be received by
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Bradford County Board of Have seized and have in our

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD YOU ARE HEREBY County Commissioners Of possession the following

action to foreclose a mortgageon COUNTY NOTIFIED that an action for Starke, Florida at the Commis- described personal property to

the following property in dissolution of marriage has been sion Meeting Room, Bradford Wit: O QQ71'Et SEWER SERVIOE

Bradford County, Florida: CIVIL ACTION filed against you and you are County Courthouse, Starke, KEEP THIS SLIP
The East Half of Lots Five (15)) CASE No.74-302 required to serve a copy of your Florida, up to 10:00: A.M. E. S. 1969 Pontiac GTO WOR TH 78\SSS,79
$5 ON YOUR :
and Seven ((7)) of Block 24 of written defenses, if any, to it on T on January 6, 1975 at which ID No. 242379P347197 +- ;
Johns Addition to the Town of SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor time and place all bids receivedwill Tag No. 11W8933As NEXT SEWER, DRAIN i

Starke, Florida, in Section 28, COMPANY OF GEORGIA, an Petitioner whose address )is be publicly opened and read YANK
Township 6 South Range 22 insurance corporation PlaintiffVS 115 N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box aloud for furnishing of all the property of the above STARKE .

East, as per map or plat recorded 995, Starke, Florida 32091 and materials and labor and con- named defendants and that on RESIDENTS ONLY lF
in Deed Book L, Page 629 of the SARANELL M. TRAVIS individually file the original with the Clerk of structing: Monday the 13th day of

public records of Bradford ( the above.styled Court on or January, 1975 at twelve o'clock haereo4'.wa6l
County, Florida. Saranell M. Travis, executrix of before January 13, 1975, RENOVATIONS noon on said day on the -
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has been filed against you and the estate of L. Edd Travis, otherwise a judgment may be ADDITION TO premises of the Bradford CountyJail I

you are required to serve a copy deceased etal), Defendant entered against you for the relief BRADFORD COUNTY JAIL I will offer for sale and sell

of your written defenses, if any. demanded in the Petition. STARKE, FLORIDA to the highest bidder for cash In

to it on RICHARD E WELTY, NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY WITNESS my hand and the hand, the above described CALL TOLL FREE-FOR APPOINTMENT

Plaintiff's attorney, whose seal of said Court on the 6th day Any bid received after specified )- property of said defendants to

address i is 114 N. Walnut Street of December, 1974.GILBERTS.. time and date will not be satisfy the aforesaid Execution.

P.O. Box 995 Starke, Florida TO: considered.Each 18003425879We'll
Saranell M. Travis Executrixof Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff
,
32091 on or before December BROWNAS bid must be accompanied
30, 1974, and file the original the Estate of L. Edd Travis, CLERK OF SAID COURTBy by certified check, Bradford County, Florida
with the clerk of this Court either 1236 Laurel Lane Gainesville cashier's check or bid bond in 12/19411/9 Pump your Tank Clean your .

before service on Plaintiff's Georgia 30501 Beulah M. Moody amount of at least 5% of base' Tankllne for Regular Price Less $5
YOU ARE HEREBY HUNTING SIGNS For Coupon"age
NO
attorney or immediately there- Deputy Clerk bid as guarantee that bidder, if :
after; otherwise a default will be NOTIFIED that an action to fore- 12/124t 1/2 awarded contract will, within ale and rent signs. The
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72, You Can Work and Draw


Full Social Security. BenefitsPeople ,, ,

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72 years of age can at once if they take a job.
work and earn more and still People 72 and over will con- I
get their social security bene- tinue to get their full social
fits, starting in January security benefits regardless of II III

according to Edward G. Cope: how much they earn, Cope-
stake district manager of stake stated.

Gainesville Social Security The $2,4(10( figure applies to I

Office.In the report of earnings for 1974 I
1975) people can earn as that people who get benefits f
much as $2,520 and get their must send social security by I,

full social security check. April 15, 1975.
"Previously the yearly earn- The social contribution FOR SALE: 12 room, :2 story "" ""*
FOR SALE
security Christmas trees. SAVE
$ $
SITUATION WANTED: RetiredAF house hear school and
High
limit was $2,400 the increase
ings rate remains the same AD RATES See Mrs. W. A. Stern, 301
CLASSIFIED wants to manage small school. 522 W. .
keeps the amount in 5.85 of elementary appliance
percent covered wages South. Ph. 964.5614.12/53tp We'now have /ulltime
with increases in motel, 10 to 20 units in exchange Adkins Street. Call 9646679. FRED DAVIS
line general contributed by employees and Deadline for Insertion 12/19 for quarters and small repairman for all your
average wages, said Cope- their employers: 7.9 percentof Tuesday Noon preceding ------------ salary, maintenance included. Itchg. repair needs. GMC TRUCKS
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stake. covered self employment Thursday before publication. FOR SALE: 6 by 9 Linoleum 4 in family wife and son will BUICK PONTIAC"A
For earnings over $2,520 in income. The earnings and Minimum Charge 92.00 $3,93, 9 by 12 Unoleum$7,98. work. Permanent and sober. BRICK I Call Badcocks LITTLE RIDE CAN
social
1975, security benefits contribution
reduced will be$14,100 for (Covers 13 Words) Also 12 by 12 and 12 by 151n Reply to P. O. Box 937 Lake 964.5289 SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
will be by $1 for 1975, from L
every $13,200
up in 1974.
$2 earned. "But no matter how Each word over 15 stock. Hundreds to 'choose Butler, Fla. 32054. Itp 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath, LR, Dine GREEN COVE SPRINGS*
much people earn for the 10 cents from at Dahmers Discount, ---------- Rm., Kit., Carport, Nice part of

," Copestake said, "they tfchg town.
year RtD _
All Classified Ads must be ---------
ADa BRASINGTONCAIMIJ.ACOI.USMOBII.K
their full social WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS
get
can
security benefit for any monthin paid for In advance unless you FOR SALE: Case pocket knives George Roberts Real Estate NEED YOUR ATTIC .

which they neither earn have an established account now at Dahmers Discount. 964-7826 or 964 6593 GARAGE OR SPARE 8AI.KS&SKKV1CK: :
with the Telegraph, in that
over $210 nor do substantial event 50 cents extra charge tfchg. Many brands of new vacuums. ROOM EMPTIED? Kino selection of Used Cars
-- --------- Trades
work in their own business. for billing. Not responsible for Used machines available. FRED SACKETT-REALTOR Taken On Cadillac
Previously the monthly earn- errors when given over the FOR SALE: Pickett Templates, Expert Repairs all makes. 205 N. Temple Ave.(US-301)) Then Call The 21101 N.\\. 1.1th: :nH-r:toi
ings limit was $200. phone or when copy is not Lettering guides General use Parts and Accessories for all 904/9646522 GAINESVi1LEPumps: :
Different rules apply to disabled templates Electronic, Elipse JUNK MANHe
typed and ought to the office. vacuums. Built in central Nealy"MAC" McConnell
people who are getting and Architectural. All for saleat vacuum cleaning systems.712N. Associate .
social security disability The Office Shop. Phone Main Gainesville 376-7110. Will Haul It '
benel ts. For people getting 9646305. Freel
TF Multiple Listing Service Away

social because security of disability benefits, any FLORIDA'THEATRE DELUXE LIFETIME guaranteedmetal --- --------- TAREX Member Relocation, Farm and Service Land Call 468-1543 New And UsedSALES
Social Security plates
work is an indication that t:i- FOR SALE ] ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Brokers Assn.Mortgage .
their condition is improved or with nauga-hide carrying case 964-7959 or 964.5148. 10/3 Broker AFTER 6:00 P.M.
improving. They must report only $2. Free catalog. H. 13tp 1226POSITION PARTS ,
Colston Import/Export. Box
-- --- -- 3 2' SERVICE
Nice bedroom /
,
374, Starke Fla. 12/5 tp 1/9 on > acres .
FOR SALE: LAKE BUTLER located in rural area just outside DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS
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Lake lot $5,000, 5 BR, 2 bath WANTED: Young city limits.Beautiful M&M Sales &
301 Fri-Sat-Sun home $27,500, 3 BR home FOR SALE Cedar Xmas trees woman, 38, no ties to live in Plumbing Supplies

$9,000,13 acres with pond & $5. Cut or dig your own. as sitter for elderly. Small brick 2 bedroom sun NEW & USED
At 7:00: 63 acres near Raiford $1,350an Butch Faulkner. 964-6534. salary. Call Rev. Hamel, 468- porch 2 years old wall to wall EXPERT SERVICEON

, DRIVEINFri acre. Ray Powell Broker.Ph. 12/122tp 12/19 1666tfchg._ carpets. Sewing Machines
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496-3033 496-3861. ---- ALL MAKES
Two weeks each year or -------- .

they getaway:.. tfchg. FOR SALE: Beautiful filly, 19 Large 3 bedroom masonary, Vacuum Cleaners PHONE 964.7061Ourrance I
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heat Et Florida
cent
Sat'Zodiac air room
& with Everything! FOR SALE: Air conditioner, face months.and Welch stocking Pony feet., blazed Light ( FOR RENT 1 fireplace in Starke. Parts Repairs

27,000 BTU $75, 8 track car bay color. 7823564. Itp All Makes
\ w/ speakers $35. Completely remodeled 3 PUMP SUPPLY CO.
$ tape player ------ ------ _
Lawn mower $30. Stove and bedroom in the country, on a Call 964-6210
I\: refrigerator, both $45. 964- FOR SALE: 3 year old Shetland FOR RENT2: bedroom, two nice corner lot wall to wall 864-N TEMPLE AVE
\\t\\\a\\ 8290. 1tp pony, $50; 1 year old Fawn baths, fully furnished color carpets. 444 G Starke Plaza If

tUJ: PD \ -- -- ------- Great Dane, $100. 9647209.1tp TV, heated pool, con-
,
dominium. Ocean front 12 X 60 mobile home on
FOR SALE Corn fed freezer waterfront lot.
------------ Davidson
Beach. Weekend,
: Cresent
beef at reasonable price. J.R. Well Drilling
week month.9049647425.2tp .
or
$200.
Wainwright. Ph. 9647835. FOR SALE: Trampoline Acreage of all sizes, most with Mobile Home ParkIn
4 12/5 3tchg 12/19 Call 964-8688. Itp 12/26 good terms. Fast Rotary
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FOR SALE Good selection of FOR SALE: Electrically amplifiedreed FOR RENT: 3 room furnished Drilling EquipmentFor

quality pecans shelled and organ with 2 keyboards, apt.at 554 W. Call Street. Ph. A.J. Thomas, Realtor $30 Per Mo.
unshelled at reasonable priceat 30 pre-set chords, matching 964-7203. 1tp 621 N.Walnut St.
Starke Farmers Mkt. Open bench. Call 964-5016 after ----------- Tel.964-6162 2" Thru 6" WellsCall Walk To New

12/5 3tchg 12/19 530.: Itchg FOR RENT Small
ey daily. : cottage Us For Shopping Center

c - -- -- -- ------------ furnished. 9645065 or 964- Three bed room frame dwelling,
Your Water System Needs Gas, Water 4 Sewer
5142. corner Lot ((2 paved Streets) in City
YAMAHA and Conrad guitars, FOR SALE OR TRADE: Slightly Itchg
City. Fenced yard, close to
I a (ID layaway now for Xmas at used electric stove, bunk beds --- ---------- shopping. Owner is ready to sell, SE47OG1Durrance On 301 South

SUN & MON Dahmers Discount. tfchg. and childs electric organ. Ph. FOR RENT: Large house, barns, for $15,000. Terms.
9647604. Itp farm, $110. 2nd month free & Jolu Motel
-IS! --- ------- Pump
cliutmIAPICIUPES ------------ for clean Joe B. Oliver,
FOR SALE REgistered Angus up. 15 out of City with SupplyDevelopersOf
A Division ol CaUMBIA PICTURES INDUSTRIES Inc acres pecan 964-8810
J cows. Heifers and bull calves. FOR SALE AKC registered Star Route, Hampton, Fla. Itp trees, old home, good well,
: ------------
n ., J.B. Wh.te.; Phone 9646114or "poodles." Call 964-562Safter close to a development. Offer us .

N "Easy Rider' : 964-8775.. tfchg 5 p.m. 12/122tp 12/19 FOR RENT: Nice Large fur- $22,000.00. Under Ground Water
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nished 1 bedroom apartment 864 N. Temple Ave.
FOR SALE: Used solid body FOR 964-6947 1tp 32 acres close to a development.Some Long ChampHome
SALE: Western flyer ten Starke Fla.
timber offered for
!
Gibson with Gibson
Sat. & Sun.MATINEE guitar ------------
speed racing bike. Brand Service
amplifier at Dahmers 2000000. Terms. Sales & TFN and
New. $75 cash. Call 9646480.
I Discount. tfchg. FOR RENT 12' wide mobile.
1tp 20 acres good graded road, Building MaterialsWE }
------------ homes outside city limits. J.B.
------------ White. Ph. 9646114. If no with well, septic tank and light BRING NEW If BUILD

Peader'spres.nl 9\g Q Q\ FOR SALE: 3 year old half answer call 964-8775. tfchg. pole $23,000.00.Larger .
appaloosa half quarter mare, LIFE TO YOURCARPETING 'YOUR PLANS OR OURS
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halter broke, excellent price to tracts of acreage in YOUR LOT OR OURS'
A MUSICAL ADAPTATION do at Bradford County, offered at
The things we someone good with horse.
FOR RENT One 2 room
TWAIN :
Christmas are touched witha Call Sue, 9648775. tfchg. apt., one room housekeepingroom reasonable prices with terms. Revive the original beauty FREE ESTIMATES
certain gram of extrava- of Cleaned in
Toni ------------ and sleeping rooms. Go your rugs. REMODELING REPAIRS
.' gance, as beautiful in some FOR SALE: 8 Acres land bet- to Underwood Motel North of your own home ..
the of by Von Schrader ADDITIONS
ways as extravagance ween SR-230 and Wilson Starke on 301. 1tp I
nature in June. $2,000 down balance LILLIAN C. PEARSON dry-foam method. ,\ ., HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
grade. --
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tanqVA, .AINU ;AM A REM PlIER NL'4tI1ASTMANCdl01r Sawge Robert Collyer quoted No muss.No fuss.
([ItLS: by Edward F Murphy In $100 Mo, at 6% interest. REALTOR No odor.Use the TRADED
RENT Mobile Home
J Dolph E. Reddish, 964-7220. FOR Phone(Anytime)782-3806
A Woman Day
HEMP"nCTUee ofuses I same day.
S'ft PANA VISION United Artists subdivision % acre lots $35 r 1 ACREAGE FOR SALE
12/26
2tchg.
H I A T N IJ ------------ mo.,3 miles from city limits at Frame Home -2 BR I Sun porch, All work 964-6853
Murders" ,, trgtrQ intersection of Hwy 16 and could be 3rd BR), partially guaranteedPhone
J I I Q\gq FOR SALE 38 Snub nose Morgan Road. Ph. 964-5606. furnished, cent. heat/air 1 for FREE HWY 301 S STARKE TF
Revolvers 4995. 22 hand tfchg -
outside city 14000.
- - ---- --- guns from $19.95, 357 -- --- -- estimatetoday.

Magnum 11500. Dahmers 3 BR, 1 bath frame home with .
Discount. tfchg----- aluminum siding. Nice lot with c Thomas

-- -- t WANTED )I chain 13625.link fence Lawtey, M & M Sales & Service Oil! Company

riiitfrrawwac 964.62101! 444 Q SlarK Plata
3 BR 1 I'/i bath furnished
.r MotorcyclesSTARKE J I. doublewide mobile home on 1 603 S. Walnut
WANTED: Used portable T.V.
acre with access to Spring Lake.
: tfchg.Sets at Dahmers Discount. 13650.Hookup for another MH ROOFING AND 964-6246

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CYCLE CENTER 20? ROOM ADDITIONS Call For

N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020,' CECELIA T. TERWILLEGAR .
Your authorized HODAKA Associate ALUMINUM 4 VINYL

dealer-- --tfchg.-------- LOST AND FOUNDLOST Phone 964-5145 SIDINGBLOCK '
((1Mi N. Of Lawfey On 301)) .

FOR SALE: 1974 Honda XL 125
& CEMENT
1700 miles. Excellent con
dition $550. Call 964-8245 If : Keys and sunglasses. INSURANCEAT TILE WORK & Fuel
no answer call 964-5290 (No Reward. Call 964-7404 or 964-
Open collect calls). lip 6019. 12/12 2tchg 12/19 REDUCED RATES *

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--- FIRE, BOAT
Oil
DOYLE E. CONNER CEILINGSCARPENTER


Sundays t lHISCELLANEOUSMOBILE J AutomobilesUsed I INSURANCE AGENCYHG .. WORK r ImmediateDelivery


NO JOB TOO SMALL OR LARGE
FOR SALE: 1970 Fury III,35,000 FOR SALE: Pickett Tem .
11:00: To 7:00: P. HOME MOVING. Also I actual miles. Excellent plates, Lettering guides
782-3759
mobile home hurricane an condition $950. Ph. 9648739. General use templates
choring and mobile home roof Itp Electronic Elipse and Ar
chitectural. All for sale at The
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Home
coating. Olin's MOBILE
Phone 9646305.CAL'S .
Service. 964-5606. Rt 100 W. FOR SALE: 1969 8 cyl Ford Office Shop.

V UP DIG Starke, Fla..t tfchg LTD. Good condition. Ph. OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
-w : _ 9645209. $800.: 1tp .
100 W. PH.
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M KE"WINTER-TIGHT, DRAFT-FREE WINDOWS, SAWS SHARPENED work 964.506S3SS&B&5&
FOR SALE: 1966 Plymouth PLUMBING
guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or
PORCHES & BREEZEWAYS .
and Construction.All
DOORS, Repair
station Fac. Air.
P/S
leave at Jackson Building wagon RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEARIN
Licensed FREE LOT
work done by .
plastic A/T. Heat radio. As is
Supply, Starke or Keystone 185007823576. Itp Plumber. Phone 9646947. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION WHEN YOU

t1/' *o ? Heights..tfchg. ------- ..,- -- 10-24-74 16tp 11675.I' PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE HOME, FROM OLIN'S
.
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T SEWING MACHINE REfAlfl .

1 All makes cleaned oiled.and HOUSES FOR SALEFOR I' JIMMY MOORE'SSun
tI i adjusted $7. All Aork

I t4oldsl" N C Gold guaranteed James SportiMORE CARDINBROS.
II It"'. H H. / Strickland Morgan Road and :
vs'Ineun, SR-16. Ph. 964-8733 or 782- SALE Two mobile homes BOAT FOR
Tests prove Hut you can cut winter fuel billscfCII'rter, !e-arN re Nor. 3189. Also scissors sharpened and lots. One-2 bedroom 1973 YOUR MONEY TF .
up to 40% by covering your windows ..
leek soar rMM4
doors with Warps Flex.0.Glair $1 1. tfchg model; One-3 bedroom 1972 STARKE PH 964-379! : Specializing In

LOOK FOR THE Windows lose more heat than anywhere else In the house. A Vt" crack oNLY ------------ model. Cash or financed. J.B. SEPTIC;TANK INSTALLATION AND

around loose.fitting window lets In as much cold as I S" hole In White 964-6114tfchg COMPLETE OUTBOARD Ot. '
"' lk1AlE the glass. Stop this costly heat loss! Tack genuine Warp's flex.0.Glass-.45' HOUSE PAINTING, Interior- ----_--- STERN DRIVE SERVICE HEAVY EQUIPMENT
f. BRANDED ON over your screens and turn them into winter.tight storm windows and Exterior, hourly or by contract -'
.
. }i THE EDGE FOR doors Winterproof your porch and breezeway too. j see pt 'wd fit! First class workmanship FOR SALE: 197312 x 60 Shelby AND REPAIR
TOUR PROTECTION Fto. "10 Window MtU.I.I OUOMNtttO 2 FUll VWHJ| aq r AJea"r. guaranteed. Call Lonnie mobile home. 2 BR, 1 bath. COMPLETE FIBERGLASS. PHONE 964-8750
.0.._Is 1M ONLY ergee Ir YRNM' Roberts, weekdays 431-1768 Good condition. No equity, REPAIR 1/16
_::t.r yt" At Your Hardware after 5 weekends. Call 782-
< anytime on assume payments. CUSTOM BUILT FIBER.GL..ASS.FISHING '
Lumber and Building/ Supply Store 11/284tchg 12/19 3670 after 5 p.m. lip BOATS P.o. Box 128 STARKE,FLA.If .
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.I'I0NII"S: IN PLASTICS 1,1f
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Lawton L. Conner 97 St. Mark's Deposit Keystone Gets

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Services Held Dec. 14 ChurchChurch

and E:..l Jackson 8lr..t.. Raised Plan I
Lawton L. Conner, 97, of Church with Rev. dene THE: REVIJOHN, FLYNN
Starke, died Thursday, Dec. Peterson and Rev. John The general limit of federal Keystone Heights' proposed
12, after being in declining Strickland conducting. Burialwas deposit insurance has been $1.26 million sewage systemwas
health for some time. He In Conner Cemetery with : j Thursday, Dec. 19 3:30: raised from $20,000 to $40,000for approved last Thursday
would have been 98 on DeWitt C. Jones Funeral K ArU"Crl".J2 p.m., Pageant Rehearsal; each depositor in banks by the North Central Florida
December 17. Home in charge of 3:30: p.m., Brownie Troop insured by the Federal Regional Planning Council,
Mr. Conner was born in arrangements.ST. Meeting; 7:30: p.m., Senior Deposit Insurance Corporation giving the project final clear
Baker County on Dec. 17,1877 Choir Practice. a U. S. Government ance for an FHA loan.
and moved to Bradford Friday, Dec. 20-3:30: p.m., agency,which went into effect The proposed system will
County as a boy with his Sunday Sunday School, Junior Choir Practice. Wednesday, November 27, in serve 4,100 persons in Clay
parents, Mr.and Mrs. William EDWARD'S CHURCH 9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11 Sunday, Dec. 22 8.30: a.m., accordance to a recent Act of County and between 1,500( and
Raleigh Conner.He CHRISTMAS LITURGIES o'clock, sermon: "God's Holy Eucharist; 9:45: a.m., Congress which was signed by 2,000 in Bradford County,
was a successful farmerin Unspeakable Gift;" Church Church School; 11:00: a.m. President Ford on October 28, 4v ; according to present plans.
this county for more than 50 Advent Christmas Liturgiesat Training, 6:15; Evening Morning Prayer; 6:00: p.m., The sewage treatment plant
St. Edward's
years, and served on the Advent Penitential: Service- Worship at 7:30: sermon: Advent Party. 1974.To get more than $40,000 will be located on 2,700 acres
Bradford County Commissionfrom "The Real Meaning of insurance at the same bank of the Keystone Airport property
January 1933 to January Father Friday, Dec. 20, 7:30: p.m.and Christmas." *- "atsas.1 jr one could hold different legal which is owned by the
1941. For seven years of this Father Michael Joseph Williams LeSage will Monday Girl's Ensemble, o 1 ownership capacities. For ;. city.. Sewage from Keystonewill
time he served chairman of ? if are married be pumped about five
as take All are urged to use 6:30: ; Youth Choir, 7pm LEVEL 1 example you
part. PINE
the board, and was also a for Wednesday The only ac- you can have an account in miles to the site of the disposal
this as a preparation
district director of Clay Christmas. tivity to be held at our churchon your name insured up to plant.Speaking.
Electric Inc. be !PT2x9l.Ulg .l havean on behalf of the
Cooperative Sunday Dec. 22Vigil Christmas night will the $40,000; your spouse can
from 1948 to 1951. He was a at 700. Thisis account in his or her name project were Keystone
Mass, 7 p.m. Saturday. Sacra- worship service : 'in i U | "Tea for two,you for me and me for you, warbles No No
member of the Pine Level ment of Penance, 6 p.m. a change of time from the insured up to$40,000; and you Nannctte star Grover Howard Baptist Church for over 40 Morning Mass, 10 a.m. regular schedule. tii"1 1155 i of and your spouse can have a nette) as he tries to make up to his wife after criticizing her Clay County Commissioner
years. Children's Party with Santa at S0, flllUBHFour joint account insured up to for coining to Atlantic City unescorted and alone Hank Bruning, and represen-
Surviving are four 11 a.m. Teenagers Hayride, 6 -Ben P. Bryant, 3CN01C51 $40,000 which would make tatives of the city's consulting
daughters, Mrs Ida Mae Pastor your accounts totaling engineers,Sverdrup& Parcel,
Shaw, Mrs Roberta Sapp and p.m.Tuesday 24Christ $120,000. If you hold several of Gainesville.
Dec. -
Mrs. Edith Hutcheson, all of accounts in the same ownership 7 ]Earn A's The engineers said that the
mas Carols start at 11:30 p.m. Straight -
Presbyterian
Starke, and Mrs. Elna Mass at midnight miles westof Starke on capacity, however, the airport was the best area for
Schaffer, Atlanta, Ga.; five Wednesday. Dec. 25Mass Hwy. 100. Phone 964-6490, maximum insurance to which the plant, since the city-owned
sons, J. Leon, Marcus L., and at 10( Church Parsonage 9646407. you are entitled is $40,000 timberlands near by will
William R. Conner, all of p.m.Christmas is different at St. Sunday Bible School 10 even if the total amount in all At Union HighLAKE receive the treater ray
Starke; W.C. Conner. Edward's. 11 a.m. Sunday, a.m.; Morning Worship, 10:50 of the accounts is more. The irrigation of the effluent -
Jacksonville, and Loren L. the .
December 22, Service of am. ; Family Christmas new law has not changed
Conner, Leesburg; two Worship with special music by Service, 6 p.m.; All Families rules only the dollar amountof BUTLER Seven Robin Hampton, Bobby On the question of the pollution -
sisters, Mrs. J.M. McCormickand PINE GROVE SINGIS the choir invited. Special program and insurance has been students of 430 attending Harden, Debra Jackson, of nearby lakes and the
Mrs. H.A. Bradley, bothof POSTPONEDPine 3 act play, "To All People." changed.To Union County High School in Karen Kerce, Lula Lamb, Santa Fe Swamp, Starnes
Jacksonville; 32 grandchildren Grove Congregational 7:30: p.m. Sunday, Tuesday Christmas Ser- tell if your deposit is Lake Butler made straight A's Debbie Lee, Sharon Nichols, said, "We'd be the last peoplein
75 great- Methodist Church at Raiford December 22, Christmas vice, 7:30 p.mTuesday .. insured by FDIC, each of the for the first nine-weeks of William Ogden, Julie Parrish, the State of Florida to dis-
grandchildren, and 16 great- will not have a sing on the Agape Feast with Songs. Dec. 31, New 14,500 FDIC-insured banks in school.On Eunice Perry, Lisa Read, Nan turb the quality of our water."
great-grandchildren fourth Saturday of this month. Years Service, 7:30 p.m. the United States has an official the superintendent's v list Walker, Esther Watkins, Ilesaid there would be no dan-
Funeral services were heldat The sings will resume again Christmas Eve 8:00: p.m. Special hour and 45 minute FDIC sign which ap- of honor scholars are: Timmy Whitehead and Nedra ger of water pollution becauseof
11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, monthly on the fourth HOLY COMMUNION. film on the life of Martin pears at each teller's windowLESS Williams. the high degree of purity of
in the Pine Level Baptist Saturday night of January. Luther HIGHWAY SENIORS: Karen Ruth SOPHOMORES; : Charles the effluent, and the sandy
B\\
Dukes, daughter of Mr. and Brinkman, Ralph Douglas, nature of the soil at the air-
Teen U inter Retreat PROGRAMThe Mrs. Van Dukes of Lake Eugene Finley, Billy Hemme port.
North Carolina annual Christmas Butler. Shelley Riherd, dau- Iris Newberry, Sandra Par- Bruning reported that the
Mountains program will be presented at ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M 'ker, Kathy Parrish, Jacquelin Clay County Commission con-
Buy Your Thirty young people from Bayless Highway Baptist Riherd of Lake Butler. Revels, Bobbie L. Rivers, tributed $4,999 to the project,
the Pine Level Baptist Church Church Monday nigiU, Dec. JUNIORS: Gerry White, Silvia Acosta, Rita Croft, and that members of the
will be spending 5 great daysin 23, at 7:30: p.m. The theme of son of Mr. and Mrs. William Vicki Graham Randall board felt the project would
the mountains of North the program is "The Empty White of Lake Butler. David Griffis Susan Griffis, Melanie have a tremendous benefit to
old Carolina Dec. 26-31 to a camp Room." Everyone is invited to Lovelace,son of Mr. and Mrs. Hale. Alan Hicks, Danny the area.
10'a called the Wilds. The Wilds, attend George Lovelace of Brooker. Johns, Lisa Mooneyham, One member of the
an 810 acre campsite, is SOPHOMORES: : Walter Karen Nettles, Cathy Seay. Regional Planning Council
nestled in the Blue Ridge Mrs. Redding Filer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sharon Simmons and Mary expressed concern that the
Mountains near Rosman, N. Walter Filer of Lake Butler. Taylor. sewer system might encourage
IaaLtI C. A hike to 5 waterfalls is Services HeldMrs. Janet Brannen, daughter of FRESHMEN: ; : Ellisa Biel- overdevelopment of
& every camper's experience. Mrs. Angeline Brannen of ling, Karen Biellmg Lyn the area, which is now heavily
Counselors on the trip are: Lake Butler. Brinkman, Cynthia Clyatt forested and dotted with
I Mrs. Jimmy Thornton, Mrs Elizabeth (Lizzie) Ronnie Griffis, lakes.
FRESHMEN: : Jose' Acosta, Shelley Clyatt
Leonard !Moore, Miss Diann Redding, 65, of Lawtey, died son of Mr. and Mrs. Jose'Acosta Larry Hendricks,' Lorraine
Cake Moore, Mr. Buck !Murray and Tuesday Dec. 17, in Bradford of Raiford. Morgan Sharon Addison, Clay County
Youth Pastor Gary Wheeler. County Hospital.She was bornin Students making grades of Susan Akers, Donna Arnold,
BAKf01A appENGTOA All are praying for snow! !"! and Baker was County a member on Oct.of 9, 1909 the A and B, called principals David Dukes Terrie Dukes, School Board
fAMOUOLD scholars,and students making Laura Esford Debra Hampton -
HERN o9t jp FAMLUS/ Cub Pack 513 husband Highland was Baptist the late Church William Her grades of B, honor scholars, Diane lions. Diane John-
SO Melissa McGill Jean Sets Milluge
Bryant Redding. numbered 102. They are: son
Michael Asher, Pinkston Donna Schretz-
SENIORS:
Meets
TonightCub Surviving is one daughter,
!Mrs !Margaret of Dewitt Griffis, Anthony mann, Glenda Varnes, Bobby The Clay County School
Sparks
Pamela Parrish, Waters, Janie Waters, Dennis the
Holmes set
Board has voted to
From The Starke Club Scout Pack 513 will Homestead; three brothers,
Civitan
meet today (Thursday, Dec. Eugene and Hughey Austin, Regina Phillips, Debra Stan- Williams and Clinton Wilson. school tax levy for 974 at
sell,.:i eve Stoutamire, Marie 6.3373 mills.According.
the South- ooth of Lawtey Alonzo
at 7:30 in
19)) : p.m. ;

At The Following LocationsWinn . side cafeteria.Elementary School sister Austin, ,Mrs.Daytona Nellie Beach Wilkinson; one, Thomas Kenny Margaret Andrews,Anderson Harold, the Old 1 i/J12.E/'l public hearings to state must law be ,held two,

Biddix, Stan Bielling, Kevin with the first one set for
Theme will be "An Old- Lawtey; three grandchildren, t
Christmas." and five greatgrandchildren.Funeral Blom, Bill Cam, Lawayne Friday, Dec. 27at7'30pm.: in
Fashioned Crawford, Amelia Davis, '
Dixie Holiday Inn services will be Green Cove Springs
held at 2 p.m. Thursday in Glenda Griffis Johnny \ d 6 J.t School Superintendent Jesse
Garden Harris, Joe Maxwell, Jack said that thoughtax
Restaurant Koch's Drugs Jones !Memorial Chapel with Tynes even
& fJil Rev. Lester Austin and Rev.E. Musseau Danny Pearson and .. 1l" receipts would probably
Kentucky Fried Chicken C. Harvey officiating Annette Redman. 5C4 $ increase by some $3l >,000 at
> JUNIORS: Betty Albritton, ".' set millage. the county could
Interment -- -
1";( will be in Long ,, -:; \
;;- Branch Cemetery near Max- Marilyn Bivins, Rita Carroll, lose over $940ooo in state aid.
v.lle.at Donna Crawford, Cynthia "It's odd that all the animals resulting in a net loss of closeto
Croft, Marie Davis, Cathy for the school
__.__ __ __ ___ _ ._ _. _. _. h _h _ -- ---- ---- ..- --- -_._- -- -- Hendricks, Diane Holmes, except man know that the main district.$345,000
Q QW W & & & & W Q Q W Q QW Jean Holmes, Christoph thing about life b to eniov It." In other action, the school

4 4 Lawson Timothy McGill, A* II H Bill I .!! J:. board voted to allow 12th
) Renee Newsome, Robert Olin, \. grade students to leave the
Alton Thornton, Sharon school grounds for lunch if
i Varnes, Donna Alexander ,,,\\'f'\ <. they have written permIssionfrom
!iE .9W Glen Clyatt, Paula Dobbs, r: "'r their parents.
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Miss Esther Mason, of Jack Darlene Norman and sons, LAWTEY HAMPTON AREA NEWSBUILDING
Church of God
: Sunday sonville. Mr.and Mrs. Gene Taylor and
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Friends of Mrs. P. L. daughters, Mr. and Mrs.
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Dinkins regret to learn that Gritfis and girls, had dinner by Elizabeth Terry By Joni IflS Fontala
YPE and Prayer Meeting she has been ill at home. Her with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wil-- CODEOItDlNANCE .
Saturday, 7:30: p.m. daughters, Mrs.Jim Burton of kerson on Sunday. READ
Faith Baptist Church: Jacksonville, and Mrs. Mrs. Helen Crews and \ County Zoning Director t ,
Radio Program over WPXE Horace Cox of Waldo, who granddaughter, Mrs. Laura L.M. Gaines met with the
Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday Bible have been with her son-in-law, Dixon, and great-grand- City Council
Hampton
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Jim Burton, of Jacksonville, daughter,
discuss
Tuesday, Dec. 10, to
vices 11 A.m. and 7:30: Wednesday
p.m. spent the long weekend with ville, spent after administering the buildingcode
of Bible
School Doctrine
them. noon with Mrs. Pierce Crews. for the city at a yearly
Tuesday ft p.m. at Pastor's Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Dye \ cost of $88780, based on r L..
home. Prayer Meeting Wed of Ocala visited Mr. and Mrs. and children of Daytona population. All
nesday,7:30 p.m. Bible Study. Oscar Carter on Thursday. Beach, spent Sunday after received from permits money will be
Faith Baptist Church, Other guests were their cou- noon with their parents, Mr. \ returned to the city.
friends and readers of Baptist sins, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll and Mrs. J. C. Tye, Sr. Attorney Dudley Hardy p
Examiner regret to learn that Smith of Dade City, who spent Mr. and Mrs. Al Parrish of read the proposed ordinance
the author, Elder R. Gilpin, Thursday night with them. Montana, have just arrived adopting the Southern
died of a heart attack Satur. Mrs. Alma Lee Crews and here, They spent a couple of Building Code and a special
day, Dec. 7, in Ashland, Ky. son, L. G., of Jacksonville, days with Mr. and Mrs. meeting was set for December Mike Adkins and son of
SPECIAL NOTICE
Grace United Methodist: visited her brother, Louie, in Franklin D. Camp and have 16 for the second reading. The MiamI.Mr. .
Collector Barnes
Sunday School: 9:45: a.m. Worship the Medical Center, Gaines gone to Lakeland, where they final reading will be made states Garbage that all must and Mrs. Gene Taylor
Services 11 a.m. and 6:30: ville on Wednesday. They plan to settle. garbage had with Mr. and Mrs.
Thursday night, Dec. 19, witha supper
be and set the
..... bagged by
pm. United Methodist Fel- stopped by to see her sisterinlaw Mrs. Pierce Crews attendedthe proposed effective date of Lynn Hall Sunday.
he will not it
lowship, 6:30: p.m. Choir Mrs. C. R. Crews, on 50th Wedding Anniversaryof Jan. 14, 1975. The city must street or pick up.
Practice at 7:30: on Wednes- their way home. Mr. and Mrs. Happy Cooleyof The following students, Washington, Phillip Lee, have a building code by HELD OVER FROM LAST
day.United Mrs. L. H, Harper and Mr. Kingsley Lake, at the First pictured above, are currently Courtney, Dougherty, Marvin January in order to be eligiblefor Christmas RECREATIONThe Parade has WEEK!
Methodist Women and Mrs. Truman Norman Christian Church of Starke on representing Lawtey as Norman, Lavery Fayson. 3rd state revenue sharing
met at the Church Tuesday, were Monday dinner guests of Sunday afternoon. champions in physical row: Teresa Felton, Lisa funds. A decision will been cancelled, but the city'sannual
will 4-H CLUB PARTY
Christmas
Dec. 3 at 10 a.m., Miss Ar- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Pace of education activities: 1st row: Norman, Janet Jordan, Penny probably be made Thursdayfor be held Friday night.Party All The 4-H party will be held at6pm.
thurine Blanchard presiding. Carl Prevatt. Other Barbara Henderson. 4th row: Charles
guests Jacksonville spent Sunday Eddie Herndon, administration of the code. .
children to 12 of Saturday, Dec. 21, at
Mrs.Coss gave the devotional, their Mr. with their Mr. and Southerland Brown. up years age
were Sheila
grandchildren, cousins, Newport, Deputy Peeples reportedthat
will receive a gift from Santa. the home of Royce Joyner,
followed by business meeting. and Mrs. Earl Walkeron Mrs. Lonnie Teston Sun- 2nd Keith
on on Julie Griffis. row: he had given out eight There will be Christmas instead of Friday, as
They discussed plans for the Thursday afternoon. day. tickets, and Marshal Roark
and Santa will visit originally planned. Also, thereis
coming year, after which the Mrs.Elva Reddish and Miss Friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. &9 asked the Council to consider with songs the, children. a correction to be made:
meeting was adjourned. The Arthurine Blanchard, went to I. Barfield are happy that he letting Peeples continue The Senior David Stone is treasurer instead -
next meeting will be the visit her sister, Miss Enza came home Monday, Dec. 16, Mr.and Mrs. Don Parcelluzzi, their niece brought Mrs. helping him, and they would Citizens met Hampton Saturday, Dec. of Doll Waters.
Christmas Party on Tuesday, Blanchard of Macclenny, on after spending two weeks in Mr. and Mrs. Bill Griner of Phillips home. patrol the city during the night 14, for their Christmas party.
Dec. 17, at the home of Mrs. Tuesday. St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Carlene Eunice was a and early morning hours. The They had a delicious turkey FRIENDS NEIGHBORS
Roberts, Sr. of Friends of Les McClellan and Mrs Walter
George Mrs. Joe Bason. guest of her in-laws, Mr. and Council voted in favor of this dinner, and songs and games Mr.
Starke. regret to learn that he is a Wayne Gustafson was a Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders Mrs. Harold Eunice, on proposal, with both men to were enjoyed by all. Rhoden and family had as
There will be a Christmas patient in Memorial Hospital, guest of Miss Sandra Dobbs on and family were Thanksgiving Friday afternoon. She stopped receive $100 each month for Thanksgiving dinner guestsMr.
program at the church Sunday Jacksonville, since Friday Sunday. They attended a dinner guests of their by for a short visit with Miss the present time. A committeewas SCHOOL NEWS and Mrs. Carl Rhoden, Jr.
afternoon, Dec. 22, at 6:30: with double pneumonia.Mr. formal dinner at the HolidayInn parents, Mr. and Mrs L. S. Elizabeth on her way home. appointed to check on the The Hampton Elementaryschool and family and Charlie
p.m., Title, "When Christmas and Mrs. Randy Hayes at Jacksonville Beach Tanner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Les Mc- possibility of the State paying rooms look a lot like Cooper of Starke. Enjoying
Comes." had Sunday dinner with their Monday evening. Friends of Louis Crews Clellan, and Mr. and Mrs. part of the salary in the eventa Christmas. The Dear Santa supper with the Rhodens were
Highland Baptist Church: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lawtey Masonic Lodge No. regret to learn that he is a Earl Mosley attended the full-time policeman is hiredin list in the hall Is almost filled Mrs. Hayward Howe and
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Teston and family. 189 will have an Open Install- patient in Medical Center, funeral of their aunt, Mrs. the future. Councilwoman with Gracie. t
Worship Services, 11 a.m. and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Scott ation of officers on Saturday, Gainesville, after having a Bell Gnann, at Eustis on Wed- Frances Wadsworth said the On requests Friday a school programwill Mrs. Marilyn Osteen and
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dec. 28. Covered dish supper heart attack on Thursday.Mr. nesday. city needs a full time be presented and the Mrs. Linda Gatlin were
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Starling, Mrs. David Wain- will start at 7 p.m. Installationof and Mrs. Barry Watts Mrs. Fred Moore and Mrs. policeman and he should be children who have been good hostesses for a double birthday
Northslde Baptist Church: wright and Chris, Michelle officers will begin and Barry Lee were Wednes- Mamie Lou Edwards of someone from out of town. even be visited by Santain buffet dinner honoring
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Patrick, Gloria Licea, all of Ronnie K. Griffis, Installing day and Thanksgiving guestsof Starke visited her brother, Chairman Ted Curtis said may person. their mother, Mrs. Bertha
Worship Services, 11 a.m. and Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Officer; John C. Tye, Mar their mother, Mrs. Bessie David Moore, in St. Luke's the county wanted to reopen Mrs. Carole Shield's sixth Rhoden, and their niece, Miss
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Edwin Starling and children, shall. Officers to be installedare Watts, and brother-in-law and Hospital, Jacksonville, on the city dump two days a week graders will present the play Stacy Rhoden on November
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Brad and Shad of Lawtey, : C. D. Thompson, Worshipful sister, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Saturday. for a pick-up area. The "Amahl and the Night 16. Enjoying the occasion with
and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Master; Kenny Stanley,'of Crescent City. Friends of Mrs. Lomey Council and the audience were Visitor" to residents of the their families were Mr. and
SCHOOLNEWS Stevens and children of Scarbro, Senior Warden; Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harveyof Mosley regret to learn that against this, but attorney Starke Nursing Home on Mrs. Walter Rhoden, Mr. and
Students from all grade Starke, and friends gatheredat Gerald Baillie, Jr., Warden; Perry spent Thanksgiving she is a patient in Bradford Hardy asked the Council to Thursday morning. They also Mrs.Carl Rhoden Jr., Jimmy
levels have participated in the the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taylor, Secretary; to Saturday as guests of their County Hospital, Starke. consider the county's terms have practiced Christmas Osteen, Marion Gatlin, Mrs.
decoration of the school Doyle Starling for a family Thomas L. Barnes, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. W. Rivers of Graham, before rejecting the proposal carols which will entertain Carolyn Davis, and Augie
Christmas tree. Each child reunion on Sunday. Treasurer; F. M. Herdon, Starling. spent Wednesday afternoon completely. these older people. By so Priess.
had a chance to make an itemto Rev. W. O. Mathls of Mid- Senior Deacon; H. Q. King, Miss Elizabeth Terry and with his sister, Mrs. Pierce The following treetimmingbids doing these students will Mr. and Mrs. W. Fontaine
place on the tree. dleburg, was a Thursday Jr., Deacon. Everyone Miss Arthurine Blanchard Crews. were received and better realize the true visited in Crescent City last
Wendy Johnson, Ebbie dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. We come. visited her sister, Miss Enza Mr.and Mrs. Harold Eunice opened: Dewey McClellan, meaning of Christmas by Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W.
McKinley and Levah Jenkins Les McClellan. Other guests Blanchard, of Macclenny, on and grandchildren, Lamar $2,300, and C.T Medford, giving of their efforts to cheer Schaub.
were selected as students of were Mr. and Mrs. Waldo HELD OVER FROM LAST Tuesday. and guests of $3,250. McClellan's bid was others Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Regina were
the week in physical educationfor Pringle, of White Springs, in WEEK! Jeff McClellan was a their son-in-law and daughter, accepted. On Thursday evening at 7:30 Rhoden and family have
this week.Christmas the afternoon.Mrs. Saturday evening dinner Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mosley Arthur Bruno asked for an these well trained students moved into their new home
parties for all Les McClellan, Mrs. PERSONALS guest of his grandparents, Mr. and family, of Maxville on agreement with the garbage will present their play to their east of Hampton.
classes will begin at 1:15: Margie Reddish of the State Mr. and Mrs. Bob Padgett and Mrs. Les McClellan Sunday afternoon. collector about pick-up ser parents teachers and friendsin
. Friday. The bus schedule will Farm, and Mr. and Mrs. of Lake Wales, and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wain- There will be a concerned vice at his store. The clerk the school auditorium. SCHOOL NEWS
remain the same as other Robert McClellan and Jeff of Mrs. Wm. Griffis and girls wright and grandson Allen Citizens Meeting at the City said this was commercial and Students will have two Students were presentedwith
visited their father 3rd, and Mrs. that the contract does not report cards for the
school l days.Christmas. Starke, were Thanksgiving dinner Wainwright Hall on Dec. 30 at 7:30: p.m. city weeks vacation and are ex-
holidays for all Les McClellan at Memorial guests of their parents, Mr. Lissie Starling were guests of Everybody invited to attend.. state that commercial gar- pected to return to classes on second six-week period last
students will begin Friday Hospital, Jacksonville, on and Mrs. Harry"Wilkerson her daughter, Mrs. Elsie Mr-and Mrs. J. F. Robertson bage has to be picked up. She January 7. Teachers' are J week The forms tHtethed are bpi
afternoon Dec. 20. Students Saturday.Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Norman, Sunday afternoon.Mr. visited Mr and Mrs. B. F. said also that all trash must be having a planning day on to, be signed by Barents and I '
be returned to the
will return to school on Mildred French of Thursday and Friday with her and Mrs. Horace Brownof North,and other sick people in properly bagged. A decisionon Monday, Jan. 6. should
returned to her Orlando, were Sunday this matter was tabled until school immediately.
\ January 7. Jacksonville, sister, Mrs. C. E. Strickland, Jacksonville Sunday after
home after spending three of Gainesville. While there she dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. noon. the garbage collector could be CHURCHNEWSHampton SPECIAL RECOGNITION
PERSONALSMiss weeks with Mr. and Mrs. also visited with her nephewsand Carl Prevatt.Mr. Friends of Gene Pearson present. Christian Church It would be worth anyone'stime
Arthurine Blanchardand Donald Wilkerson.Mr. nieces. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Lester Walker regret to learn that he is a The council agreed that the will have a Christmas Dinner to drive out Highway 301
Mrs. Mae Wells were and Mrs. 'Monroe Royce Strickland, their and sons were Thanksgiving patient in Bradford County city hall needs better heating at 6 p.m.Saturday, Dec. 21, at toward Junction 18. About
Wednesday luncheon guests of Padgett of Lake Wales, Mrs. mother, Mrs. Lala Sauls, andiJ1 weekend guests cf their Hospital, since Saturday facilities, and the office needs the Hampton city hall. one-fourth of a mile north of
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John night. repair work to safeguard this spot you will see a lovely
Steele, of Livingston, Tenn. Mrs. Pierce Crews visited against possible break-ins. Itwas FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS nativity scene at
Other guests were two her brother-in-law and sister, voted to install a new Mrs Clarice Adkins was Reddick home. It is especially
brothers and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle, heater, and repair the office.A taken ill and carried to the beautiful when lighted at
Mrs. Wilma Wainwright of Worthington Springs, decision on a new fire Hospital Thanksgiving night. night. We congratulate the
was a guest of her parents, Friday and Saturday. They house was tabled until the Visitors of Mrs. Adkins were Reddick family on portrayingin
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Starling visited another sister, Mrs. D. January meeting. Fire Chief Mrs. Thelma Newsome of this way the true meaning
in Bartow for the Thanksgiving L. Shaw, and nephew and Smith reported that the pump Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Prevattof of Christmas.
long weekend. She met niece, Mr and Mrs. Johnny has been repaired and the Gainesville Joel R. Smithof
her brothers and sisters there Outlaw, of LaCrosse while she truck is in working order. Jacksonville, Mrs. Alta SENIOR CITIZENS
for a family gettogether.While was there. City Marshall Roark Albrecht Miami Mrs. Hazel INXM.PARADE
: pooont there she also visited Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo requested that his telephone Star Mrs. Clifford Rahme of Hampton Senior Citizenswere
her son and daughter-in-law, visited her mother, Mrs. Mary number be given so that Waldo, Mrs. Helen Richardand well represented with a
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wamwright Dinkins, and sister Mrs. Jim anyone needing him can call daughter, Guy Prevatt of float in the annual Christmas
!. and family of Eaton Burton, on Friday evening. 4681020. Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Parade in Starke
ftMl IV.Miss
Cathy Griffis cele-
brated her 12th birthday on
Saturday with a party givenby Your ChristmasTreeFrom
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buy
: Carl Griffis. Relatives and
friends attended and pre- A
sented her with gifts. They
served cake and punch to
about 15 guests who attended.
-t--- : Approximately 500 guests Starke JayceeNext
\ were present at the Gospel
Sing at the Gospel Music Parkon
Saturday night Nov. 30.

There were 10 gospel Groups Door To Badcocks "
who sang. All the barbecue
and food was eaten and en-

joyed.Mr.. STARTING Furniture Co. On The Corner Of

and Mrs. Robert Lee

.. were guests Thanksgiving of their brotherinlawand Dinner Madison and Walnutthru
;;;. "- sister, Mr. and Mrs. TODAY
Robert Whetsel of Keystone
Heights, for a family dinner.

We Fight For visit home Mrs.with Sunday O. J.her Phillips morning brotherinlawand returned after a SAT NITE 11CHRISTMASI

sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Hinote, of Miami. They came 1
toOleta on Saturday and spent

Quality Printing the day with their son and / Fresh
: family Mr. and Mrs. Leroy .
Hinote. Mrs. Phillips' nephewand
3 Off ShipmentStarting
niece, Mr. and Mrs.
Now is the time to get your Printing Hubert Hinote and family, andBusinessllachines
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needs. Tuesday, December 10,
i Printing the Bradford County Business

Education teachers sponsoreda Giant Coloring BooksA
I Heads Reports Business Machines Day for
i Letter business students from Brad-
Books ford-Union Area Vocational

I I Statements Christmas Cards Magazines School School.Sessions and were Bradford conductedfrom High $500 Value For Only $300



Quality Printing At Florida IBM, 9 Monroe a.m.State until Telephone, Gestetner 2 p.m.and by A Perfect Gift For Any Child


Steno cript. After each repre-

Competitive Prices. sentative of their gave a product demonstration the- '
: The Price is ,
Right >
students were allowed to ask :> .
f questions and use' the r : ",
f t. Bradford Printers machines.NO *..' ..,$,A' ,


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t 135 W. Call Starke HUNTING SIGNSI For
sale and rent signs. The

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CAPSULES m2 $350D.

Sergenfs Regular Size
M A.C U Entire Stock MONOPOLY I I I ,
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