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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 26, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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LAKE BUTLER A public 7//
hearing is to be held

Monday; December 30, r& r
beginning at 10 a.m. by the County Warned
Union County School Board in
the courthouse at Lake Butler.

The purpose of the hearingis
to provide Union county
citizens with opportunity of Warnings that strip

having first hand knowledgeof 0. 4'W mining can be costly as
certain changes and .:
well beneficial
Carlisle as to a
amendments to be made in Judge
existing school board county were voiced at a

operational policies. The : work session Thursday

school board is inviting r7 morning on a proposed

suggestions from interested mining ordinance to be
citizens before making the Hits Criminal
revisions final. a ,i adopted by the Bradford

The school board's policy County Zoning Commis-

handbook will be updated to sion.
.i
include the expected amend- Attending the meeting'

ments and revisions followingthe Il PermissivenessSoftness were David Jahnig,
hearing.
public of Florida
Effective 1, 1975 University
January
on criminals was attorney compromise on a
geologist with the Urban
The Florida Administrative
deplored by Circuit Judge lesser charge if the criminal
Procedures Act will be in will to of Regional DevelopmentCenter
Wayne Carlisle in a hard-hit- agree a plea guilty.In /
force and policy changes may ting speech at the Starke ; AI Csantos, water
not be made until they are the case of the escape of
advertised and a public ; '' .d Rotary Club last week. hardened criminals from hydrologist, and Lester
The outspoken judge said Solin both with the North
hearing held on an. individual Florida State Prison such plea ,
basis. that in recent years the scalesof bargaining has sometimes Central Florida Regional

Prior to the public hearing justice had been tipped too resulted in the prisoner get- Planning Council.
far in favor of the criminal
interested citizens may ting off with a "slap on the
examine the policies to be with too little concern for the wrist" for an offense that Jahnig said that although an
Innocent victims. operation such as phosphate
discussed at the
by calling
See Page 1 16))
office of Supt.Jimmy Cason in ....-..[ --2'1; ; Judge Carlisle blamed this mining brings benefits to an
the courthouse where J condition on the general trendto area in terms of employment
copies Thlfien\ Bradford Middle School students earned Second Janice Jockel, Johns, Irene Wainwright
have been made available. straightA's row Lynne permissiveness in our Pair ArrestedIn there are other considerationson
for the second<<: six-weeks. They are (I-r): front row Patti Chesser and Retania Coleman. Third row Joey society; an over diligence and the debit side that need to

raM Faulk, Gwen Keith Lisa Reddish Betsy Yawn. llerres, Susan Massey, Dwayne Baldwin and Richard Smith. exaggerated concern on the be weighed. A mining oper-

Codes part ut the mass media (radio, Tire Theft ation drains much of an area's

City television, and newspapers) STARKE Two men have resources, such as energy
about the plight of the been arrested and charged water, and increased wear
13 Earn Straight A's At BMSThirteen criminal, with little if any with the theft of tires from and tear on roads l He sa id the

AdoptedIn concern for the victim; Terwillegar Motors on West road-wear factor is especially
restrictions placed on law enforcement Madison Street. The theft significant since the state is
Bradford Middle Edward C. Wainwright of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. officials in their occurred December 18. now requiring counties to
School students earned Starke. Rudolph Coleman of Starke. Robert Johns of Starke. apprehension of suspected on A. maintain a large percentageof
Lawtey straight A's for the second six- Jerald Dwayne Baldwin, I Lisa) Marie Reddish, criminals, and too-liberal Tomasovitch Investigator said George that their highway systems.
Sarah Louise
weeks of the '1974-73 ,school Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Faulk, daughter of Mr and Mrs.; policies in paroling and par. Wayne
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moody and Odis Browning of
term where there are Baldwin of Starke. Vernon Reddish of 511-223. Jahnig said that
1,018 { hardened criminals
t LAWTEY.The Lawtey City Joseph Faulk of Starke. doning Starke had been arrested and reclamation also ,
. ,studeataJem'olled Susan Kathleen Mae 11oo v R.t.al'ri;; Coll'tw: Smith/ son. is an Impor
Commission! formally'adopted Straight-A students are: daughter of Mr.and Mrs. S. P: Janice-r Anne ,;* :of Mr. and Mrs."Edwin.Johns1"of "':.t'olu.d1l.l4l:. d eI Wj, "'. 3chargd.....'_lol_,_the." thet"of...10. 1M........ ,. taut:part.of.the picture; andthat' .
the Jockel w
Southern
Standard the
I of pressed concern over tires (ho mining ordinance'
Lawtey Starke.
Building Code, the Southern I EIGHTIIGRADE Massey daughter of Mr. and Mrs, current trend of "plea bar Both men have been should include provisions that
Lila Elizabeth Yawn
Standard Plumbing Code and Irene Desiree Wainwright, SEVENTIIGRADE Richard Jockel of Starke. gaining" whereby the state's released on bond of $2,500 the mined area be restored to
the National Electric Code at daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Retania Faye Coleman, Karen Lynne Johns, (See Page 16)) prosecutor and the defense each. its original condition without(

a special meeting Monday leaving 'anuglj scar' of useless -
December 16. land on which nothing/ will


mission ing In of approving the authorized measure the final the the mayor read-com- 'Curtain i Set To Rise Again In Lawtey Political Drama any grow."The control State over does reclamation not have


and city clerk to execute a at present," Jahnig said. 'so

contract with the county for The curtain is ready to rise (Pete) Smith was a nice old and the law provides that with Smith's name marked r- -- break the tie If that is the it is up to the counties involvedin

their administration and on the next act of a political man. A little hard of hearing, write-in candidates must with an X were distributed in ---1 case, awarding of the contractfor mining to write their own
enforcement.Cost drama that has put Lawtey on but a nice man and welllikedby qualify, just like any other areas where most of the op- the water system might regulations and keep from(
to the city will be$1,462 the front page of newspapersacross his neighbors. The truth, candidate. The qualifying position to paying a ten per M have to be delayed until after being stuck with" a wastelandin
per year to be paid to the the land as quite likely though, is that t he would never deadline had passed, so the election of a new councilmanon the future
county for administration the first town in the nation to have made the list of immortals write-in campaign fell January 28. Jahnig said that in considering -

purposes and the services of a elect a dead man to office. in the councils of govern- through. City HomeDestroyed The Lawtey Citizens Com- a mining operation, bone
building inspector. ment if he hadn't gone and What to do? The only hope of mittee will be campaigning fits should be weighed against
The Bradford County dropped dead the week before the Citizens Committee was to again, this time backing costs to see if the county will
Zoning Board will handle and the people of Lawtey re- promote the candidacy of the another'candidate,71-year-old come out ahead on the deal.

supervise the issuance of elected him to the Town Com- deceased Smith, hoping that John F Robertson, a painterby "You don't want to wind
building permits for any con- F mission." he would defeat the remaininglive profession. An avowed merely subsidizing a up

struction within the city limitsof The Times' feature writer candidate, James Waters, enemy of the water system, operation for the benefit mining of the

the municipality. The then recounted the story of a friend of the water project. By Blaze Robertson has agreed to carry mine operators," the geologist
amounts collected will be how Pete Smith's candidacywas If Smith were elected, a the anti-water, anti-utility tax

refunded to the city on a favored by the Lawtey vacancy would have to be STARKE The contents of banner laid down by Pete said.Csantos pointed out that a
quarterly basis. Concerned Citizens Com declared in the Group 4 Smith.
could
the home of Mr and .Mrs. mining operation
The agreement between the At a recent council meeting..
mittee because he, like mostof L. possiblyuse millions oi
Carter almost
city and the county will be George were tt Robertson said he didn't thinkit
J
the committee members n of water the
\ gallons! daily, to
completely destroyed by fire
subject to annual renegotiation ; i', t' was fair for those who did
opposed the proposed $371,000 : and smoke damage Sunday detriment of an area's water
and may be terminatedby not sign up for water serviceto
water system mainly becauseof ,i' .; afternoon, December 22. Waterscent supply. "The water level in
either party to the contracton have to the tax to
the 10 per cent utility tax. ''101)0 t'o The residence is located at pay utility Polk County has dropped
30 days written notice. qjPete Such a tax would have to be ',"" \: 2201 Sleepy Hollow Drive, off utility tax seemed to be support a project they would about 23 feet over the years
benefit from.
Florida Statutes now imposed as a requirement by l of West Market Road, about concentrated.Pete not due largely to phosphate
require that counties and FHA (Farmers Home Ad- ,IF.\O! 200 yards west of US-301. Smith was buried in James Waters, recently mining in that area," he said.
municipalities have in effect ministration) to ensure that "IIJ: The Carters had been to the Lawtey Cemetery on retired Lawtey groceryman, "You can't depend on state
will make
by January 1, 1975 building, its loan to Lawtey to constructthe Gainesville on a shopping trip November 29, a Friday, andon says he probably regulations to protect your
plumbing and electrical codesto SmithA water system would be and had left home about 3 Monday, the day before another try for the Group else is 4 water because at present they

be administered on a local repaid. p.m., returning to Starke election, three of the remain- seat unless someone have authority only over
basis, otherwise building con- special election has been The Citizens Committee about 7 to find their home ing four commissioners votedto willing to run as a friend of the dykes and dams on navigable

struction inspections will be set for Tuesday, Jan. 28, to fill wanted Pete re-elected to con- ablaze, with the fire being proceed with the water water system. There is a pos- streams."

performed by state agenciesand the vacancy left on the Lawtey tinue his opposition to the brought under control by the system and levy the utility sibility, of course both that sides others of Bradford County Zoning
the cost thereof will be Council when citizens opposing project, since his one vote Volunteer tax. might qualify on
deducted from the state the town's proposed might be the deciding factoron Fire Department which had The polls closed at 7 p.m. on the water issue when the qual- Director L M Gaines said he
favored the
revenue sharing funds of the water system voted on a council that has been split called for assistance from the election day, December 3. ifying period opens January 6. lands in leaving agricultural mining

county or city who.do not have December 3 for deceased over the water issue during 1 Starke Fire Department. Inside the old Lawtey town In the meanwhile, perhaps classification an the
(See councilman, 75-year-old Pete more than two years of con- Origin of the fire has not hall, four clerks sat down to the most trenchant commenton so operators
Page 16)) Smith, rather than see the troversy.But been determined, but the count the paper ballots. the recent election came land to its original state after
anntaala office go to someone who Smith's death on Nov. Robertsoncouncil heaviest concentration of the About 8:30: Lawtey Marshal from a local observer. ceased One problem
might favor the long disputed :25, with the election set for "Voting for dead he mining ,
a man,
seat, and another elec- flames was in one of the bed- Butch Jordan came out on the however, would be to devise
i i'Woam Crier water project. December 3, upset the tion held. This would give the rooms of the home. city hall porch and announcedthe said, "is synonymous"with some method of taxation so
Strange things happen "in Citizens Committee apple-- Citizens Committee another The contents, some of which verdict. voting for a dead town. the mine operators could not
the land of the midnight sun"and cart. The election ballots had
was destroyed completely by
chance to enter candidate in take unfair of the
a advantage
of the elec.
With 72 cent
in the realm of Lawtey already been printed with per
the flames
were heavily
the of the
hope defeating Alvarez ArrestedIn agriculture exemption on
politics. The Pete Smith election Pete Smith's name on them. damaged by smoke and blaze. torate votingan unusuallyhigh
water and tax. while
under their
system utility
property
incident was so strange Some absentee ballots had The amount of the loss has figure due to interest in
that the St. Petersburg Times already been voted, and elec- And the strategy worked. not been determined. the utility taxPete Smith Dozer Theft control.
In addition to the
specialistsand
had beaten James Waters 123
dispatched a roving political tion officials in Tallahassee
Clendinen to James Waters, the other to 88. STARKE One Gaines, the work sessionwas
rsc reporter Dudley advised that the ballots would man
the Lawtey scene and featured have to be used in spite ofSmith's candidate who had qualifiedfor Wire Stolen And now for the final act: arrested for bulldozer theft attended by County Com-
the Group 4 seat, found with other arrests missioners George Roberts
his story in its Monday, death. expected to e
ATTEND CHURCH Dec. 9, issue under the Plans of the Citizens Com- himself in the strange positionof Bids will be opened on the follow later. and Dave Paulk, and County

Christmas Eve heading: "EPITAPHPete, mittee to run a write-in candi- having to run against a AtSchoolJob water project at a special William (Billy) Alvarez, of Zoning Board Member. JohnA.
------ Smith's Rising PoliticalStar. date in Smith's place were dead man. meeting of the Lawtey Councilon Starke, has been arrested by Torode.
HOLIDAY DANCE ." from STARKE The Starke January 14. With only four the Bradford County Sheriff's
squelched by an opinion "I didn't know what to do, It was decided that insteadof
Set By Elks Clendinen started his story Tallahassee that State elections Waters said. "I didn't go Police Department is investigating councilmen now seated, the Department and charged in trying to write a dt'ailed
Sat., Dee 28 with the statement: "Walter law should be followed, around to see many people the theft of two results could be a tie vote- the theft of a $40,000 bulldozer. ordinance dealing with every
8 p.m. and ask for their votes. I rolls of copper wire stolen with no fifth councilman to Alvarez has been chargedwith conceivable type of mining, an
------ from the construction trailerof grand larceny in the
didn't have campaign cards enabling ordinance would be
ENJOY A SAFE AnotherTuesda y Issue Next Weekso printed. I didn't give out the Gainesville Electric December Zoning bulldozer theft. Following his drawn up giving the Zoning
HOLIDAYMerry Co, while it was parked at the arrest Alvarez releasedon
was
The Telegraph will be pub- Telegraph typesetters will sample ballots, and I didn't Board authority to write
Christmas lished on Tuesday next week have time to set copy withouttoo put up big posters like the jobsite at the Starke the Elemen-, Meeting CancelledThere bond of $5,000 Thursday, regulations for each type of
School where company
December
other side did. It was a tary 19. oil
also so early news and adver- much work over the week. mining, including possible
c- tising Is needed Thursday end. Deadline for these itemsis strange situation." is engaged on re-wiring will be no meeting of The 1971 Caterpillar D-5 drilling, as the need arose.
copy job at,the school. bulldozer, valued at $40,000
the Bradford County Zoning ,
Friday and Saturday noon Saturday.Regular But the "friends and supporters" -
Ihr (U Communitij! December 26, rT, 28. Thursday publication of Pete Smith didn'tstand Mustang Mobile Homes, Board this month, director L. was removed from a work-site This ordinance will be
located North US-301, has southeast of Starke on Sep to the
will be resumed January on ceremony. They on M. Gaines has notified the presented County
&tatP dunk Deadline for advertisingcopy 9. The Telegraph greatly campaigned for their candi- reported a breakin at one of public. tember 22.Officials. Commission at 2:30: p.m. on its

is 5 p.m. Friday. News appreciates the cooperation of date as (if he were still alive. A the mobile homes on its sales Zoning director L. M. of the Bradford regular meeting date,
Accwnti Maw.. lnuird Uptfdtrtl items of classified, correspon- all its correspondents.Merry big sign was erected at the lot. Some bird figurines, ash- Gaines said that all pending County Sheriff's Department January Representatives of
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T. dence, ads, and trays and flower heard recovered the bulldozer a few
De...."'IMurinc Cw Christmas and A post office parking areasaying arrange- matters-will be at the mining companies who rru ht
legal ads are requested to be "REMEMBERPETE'r ments were taken. regular. meeting on January weeks! ago following an in- be concerned will be invited to
New Year
swsruasaP submitted as early as possible Happy and sample ballots (See Page 16) 28. tensive Investigation. appear at this time.JULIANI .





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/I I t Pearle Agnes Wolf red and Ricky Marvin Mott Married December Brooker Baptist Church II
Henry VII of England got / J -
under the collar at the Beaches, the
hot and their parents and The punch table had a centerpiece couple is
idea of arson, and includedit Miss Pearle Agnes Wolfred, groom of blue and white car residing in Brooker.
bridal attendants.
in the crimes that con X I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ; The bowl was The bride and groom are
nations. punch
stituted high treason.We. .% i II I George F. Wolfred, Jr. of encircled with fern and yellow both graduates of Bradford
Starke, and Ricky Marvin The bride's table was cen daisies. High School. The bride is
Mott, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,J tered with a three tiered employed at Vocational
James R. Mott of Brooker, cake encircled with Rehabilitation Center in
I wedding Wedding director was Mrs.
were united in marriage / le fern and yellow daisies. Charles Darby. Gainesville. The groom is a
Saturday, Dec. 7, at 8 p.m. in Lavern Edwards, and Edith Following a wedding trip to service manager at Alachua
the Brooker Baptist Church Melvin cut the cake. Ormond and Daytona Marine in Gainesville.
Care with Rev. James L. Temple ;
performing the nuptials.
40 Attend Little Women's Chrismas FormalForty I
Couples
The altar was highlightedwith ,' ''"
baskets of white
pedestal
'
members of the Little Christmas lights with blue and work cloth. A silver' punchbowl
If gladioli, blue carnations,
you are depressed or anxious yellow and froths of Women'Club and their dates silver garlands draping the was placed at one end
baby's pompoms breath against a back t I danced until midnight as the stage and door openings. and a Christmas decoration of
because of conditions arising ground of gold and white '- A'. eMl club held its annual Christmas Tables were decorated with white feathers and blue balls
branched candelabra with .: f {'/ v h.r formal at the Woman's Club colored candles circled with at the other end. Silver candle
white tapers. The focal point P,1 .-P r ,, Friday night, Dec. 20. Christmas garland and mis holders and white tapers were
from family personal tletoe. Two large silver balls used.
was an illuminated cross, ,. ; Miss Diane Gaskins, presi
with from the
poinsettias hung
unity candle and white and dent of the Little Women's Mrs.FroStrickland and Mr.
alcoholic or drug problems gold kneeling bench. 4 r n'', Club, and her escort, Jimmy center The refreshment of the ceiling.table was and Mrs. Henry Godwin were
Jean Douglas, organist, _
tl p Brown, greeted guests at the chaperones.
covered with white linen cut
Lavern Outlaw, Jr., Terry door.
'
Cranford, Doyle Bell and The Woman's Club
Susie Bell, vocalists, decorated with twinkling was Sandi Morgan Honored With ShowerMiss I
Give Us A Call At presented a program. of
nuptial music. :I Sandi Morgan, whose Saturday night, Nov. 23, in the
James F. Mott served as Andrew'sHonored marriage to Gary Melvin will ,church annex.
964-8382 best man. Gene Melvin, Gary r '' y s Vollie be an 8 p.m. January 13 event Hostesses were Mrs. G.L.
Melvin Jimmy Outlaw and I in Madison Street Baptist Joyner, Mrs. Jack Underhill,
Bruce Wolfred were ushers. On Church in Starke, was Miss Mary Sue Underhill,
We'd Like To Help b honored at a bridal shower Mrs. O.T, Derkman, Mrs.
Mrs. Janine Sellers was 50th Anniversary Charles Blalock, Mrs. Harold
matron of honor and Miss Kim Epps, and Mrs. Denlon
Hodges was maid of honor. Mr. and Mrs. Vollie K. Sumrall.
BradfordUnionGuidance Misses Larie Temple and fern. The other attendants of white carnations, yellow Andrews, Sr. of 2844 Lorimier ::WYou--Know. Corsages were presented to
Sonya Payton were bridal carried arm bouquets of large roses, blue straw flowers, Terrace,Jacksonville, former the honoree Miss Morgan
attendants. The bridal atten mums with fern and long blue puffs of blue velvet in froths of residents of Lake Butler, were Lloyd A. Green of Miami and her mother, Mrs. Leaton
Clinic dants were identically gowned streamers. baby's breath with blue velvet honored by their children witha will spend the Christmas Holidays Morgan,Jr., and to Mrs. Cecil
tin I blue brocade satin gowns Elaine Mott was junior streamers.A reception in honor of their with his mother, Mrs. L. Melvin, mother of the bride
and wore white straw hats. bridesmaid and Duane Mott Golden Wedding Anniversaryon J. Green. groom to be, upon their
321 \V. Aladison St. Starker The honor attendants carried was ring bearer. reception was held in the Sunday, Dec. 29, in the arrival at the party.A .
large mums with blue tips The bride, given[ in church reception hall where Riverside Woman's Club in Capt. and Mrs. Bobby Allenof white lace cloth centeredthe
oMo o+o+ with white star burst on green marriage by her father, worea candles in the windows were Jacksonville.The Cooper's Cove, Texas spent refreshment table. The
lace gown with floral pattern accented with fern and yellow children are Mrs. Fred the weekend with her parents, centerpiece was an arrangement
and long train. Her long daisies. Harrell, Jacksonville; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dinkins. of blue flowers flankedby
I NOW YOUR LAST CHANCE BEFORE CHRISTMAS! mantes laced veil and Stella Jane Costello greetedthe Kerman Andrews,Evansville, Also visiting the Dinkins was silver candelabras holding
midriff face veil was securedby guests at the door and Ind.; Mrs. Elbert Nettles, Mrs. David Christopher and blue lighted candles.
a satin hat covered in floral Carol Richards kept the Lake Butler; Mrs. Wyles children of Waycross, Ga. and
lace. She wore a strand of bride's book. Standing in the Andrews, Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stallings The wedding colors were
WOODBURN'S 109 E. Call St. pearls and carried a nosegay receiving line were the bride Mrs. Monte Belger, Tampa. and children of Gainesville.IT'S carried in a decorated cake.
At one end of the table was a
GEM JEWELRY punch bowl encircled with
fern.
The gift table was covered
with a lace cloth centered witha

GolngOut of:juinc? $$ bride's Miss Morgan doll. was presentedwith

an Ironstone dinnerware
IN YOUR service for eight by the
hostesses as a remembranceof
"DIGITIME" Led Witch Heavy 10 Kt. Gold
1 Carat Clutter NOW DIGITAL QUARTZ NOW 12 Diamonds NOW the occasion.

PH l ,0RING $ 00 CRYSTAL $270 SHRS7NEDRING s 9Tooi90
Reg. Ufsoo .54 Relatives
I
BEST INTEREST .
Over l/j Carat Olm
DIAMOND NOW ACC TRON NOW SOLID GOLD PIN NOW Attend Phillips
by Bulova M Kt Yellow) Gold
SOLITAIRE "MOUSE"
Rag tiooooo $49900 Reg. 113100 $9450 Reg. til.tt $4495 Family ReunionThe

6enuMe Sell-winding-water MAN'S BULOVA WATCHDate families and friends ol
EMERALDS & DIAMONDS and SHOCK RefillCalendar NOW ln,trum nt. NOW John. James and Daniel L

FANCY RING $ SEIKO WATCHES $5950 Automatic, Sweep Second $59 50 TO I KNOW ABOUT Phillips, deceased met at the
RIO. {10.00 NOW 27500 Reg moo Rag $1500 Lake Butler Civic Club
Sunday November 17 l Fifty-
Many To Choose From S kind!ver',-Calendar ONYX & DIAMOND
four relatives and friends
DIAMOND BRIDAL NOW CROTON SCUBA NOW RING NOW GUARANTY FEDERAL'S I NEW attended from Palatka.

SETS WATCH 14 Kl. Cold, Lady'l Ring Law ley. Valrico, llialeah.
<
SQQ50Reg. 5' s
$59" with Center Diamond 58
tltfOO Reg 412000 Reg. saj so Starke. Jacksonville.
Brooker. Glen St. Mary.
\I Kt. Gold prono 14' Kt. Solid Go/d- LADY'S OPAL RING
Tiffany Diamond Pierctd, NOW 17 Jewell Lady-l NOW NOW Macclenny St. George.
EARRINGS $ BULOVA WATCH Y aright\ Opel SIt In 11 Kt. Georgia and Quitman
T7SOReg $3700 IlowGold $4495
3 % Georgia.
S54 so Reg. (12500 Req.1S 00 /4
J John James and Daniel L
ALL JEWELRY Phillips were early settlers of
CASH Theresa where they raised li
children three of which
are
MUST GO REGARDLESS PER ANNUM .
still living M. Phillips son
LAY of John and l Elizabeth
OF COST I Phillips; Debbie Phillips of
Macclenny, and
Mrs. W ;N;
Cox of Miami, daughters of
ESTATE JEWELRY Daniel and Elizabeth Phillips

I'lVM1"' !' Left to be Sold *
I WAY ((8.06 % ANNUAL YIELD ) A basket lunch was served
14 Kt. 8 Diamond and a business meeting was
held where committees were
BIG IMMITATION BAR PIN STERLING SILVER appointed for next year. Sinceit
was the birthday of Debbie
PEARL CHARMBRACELET 6-YEAR CERTIFICATE Phillips a beautiful birthday
orsNOW cake was served and the
ss honoree opened her gifts.

RINGS MINIMUM $1,000A

ESTATE JEWELRY Double Links

oeoHOW: Left to be Sold e NOW
V ( o substantial Interest penalty Is required for
>> SSBBFOR Platinum and Diamond Lady's s2" S147D
withdrawal certificate
HAMILTON Diamonds early on plans.

THE BRIDE v.CaaITotal STERLING SILVERCHARMS ADDITIONAL SAVINGS INFORMATIONTYPE '
WATCH
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; OF ACCOUNT MIN. INVESTMENT MIN.TERM ANNUAL RATE ANNUAL YIELD '
< King James VersionWhite Re.oSIJ7D!! Passbook Savings None None 5.25% 5.39% Ate'-

Presentation New Certificate 1,000 90 days 5.75% 5.92%

New Certificate 1,000 1 year 6.50 6.72%
BIBLE All 40 % New Certificate 1,000 2'/a years 6.75% 6.98%

New Certificate 1,000 4 years 7.50% 7.79%
f\e Earrings
WHEN EARNINGS ARE ALLOWED COMPOUND DAILY
56 NOW Saga Off -A SUBSTANTIAL INTEREST PENALTY IS REQUIRED FOR EARLY WITHDRAWAL ..
40% ON CERTIFICATE PLANS.


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I Elizabeth Scott Weds Steve Byrd In BlandingReynold's Wanda Lynn Rabon Exchanges Vows With Mr. DuBose In Brooker ChurchThe I

Chapel at Camp formed the nuptials on Dec. 6 mums against a backgroundof Brooker Baptist Churchwas length gown with satin ribbon Miss Malissa Rabon sisterof picture hats with satin, ribbons lighted bride and groom.- Mrs.
arched the for the wed and and carried baskets of Grace Conner and Mrs. Carol
Blanding was the for at 7:30: and tree candelabrawith setting picture hat with satin the bride, Mrs. Joann Rau-
the marriage of Elizabeth setting Ann Cindy p.m.Mitchell, organist, burning tapers and ding of Miss Wanda Lynn ribbon.She carried a basket of lerson and Mrs. Diane Alii- yellow and white daisies with Lee Jones cut the cake. The
Scott, daughter of Mr. and and Debbie Mitchell, soloist, decorated with greenery. A Rabon, daughter of Betty J. yellow and white daisies and good served as bridesmaids baby's breath and yellow groom's cake was served by
Mrs. Reese R Scott of Camp presented a program of unity candelabra was the Hayes of Brooker and Thomas baby's breath with yellow They wore yellow gold empire streamers. Mrs. Mary Ann Hayes. Mrs.
Rabon of Clearwater to Miss DeAnn Hayes, cousin Bessie Martin assisted in
Blanding, to Randall Stephen nuptial musicHighlighting focal point. F streamers. crepe full length gowns and
John DuBose of Lake of the bride, was flower girl serving.
of Ron Strickland of Keystone Lacy
Byrd, son Mr and Mrs. the altar were
I Butler of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Conner, nephew of The punch table was
Allen Byrd of Lake Geneva. two standing baskets of yellow Heights served as best man. son
Rev. Merle Packham pergladioli and yellow and bronzer Ushers were Johnny Scott, Charles DuBose of Mac the groom, was ring-bearer covered with a linen and nylon
I brother of the bride, Alvin clenny. Rev James L. Temple r The bride, given in cloth and was centered with a
Couey and Liston Pickerin. performed the nuptials on marriage by her uncle. Ben crystal punch bowl. Presidingat
Nov. 30 at 8 the punch table were
Mrs. JoAnn S. Diddel at. p.m.Highlighting Hayes, wore a white organza
tended her sister as matron of the altar were gown with bodice and sleevesof Misses Kathy and Teressa
honor.She wore a peach crepe three baskets of white / "1r Chantilace A double Jones.
floor length gown accented gladioli, mums, spider mums, J flounce of scalloped lace Following a wedding trip to
with beige lace inset around carnations and baby's breath encircled the skirt and South Florida the couple is
the neckline. She wore a against a background of rte sweeping watteau train while residing in Lake Butler
matching peach ruffled hat candle trees with burning g W't s y additional lace edged the The bride is a 1974 graduateof

and carried a nosegay of white tapers and palms. ,, chapel length mantilla veil. BUS
Candles marked the and i The groom is a 1971 graduate
yellow and bronze pompomsand pews She wore a chapel I length,
carnations with matching the church entrance walkway. mantilla veil edged with ot Baker County High
ti streamers. Mrs. Debbie Outlaw, Greg Chantilace and carried a bou- School and is presently a
Miss Darlene Stancil was Douglas, and Miss Martha quet or yellow sweetheartroses deputy sheriff in Union
bridesmaid and wore a green DuBose presented a programof white daisies and County.
'rtt.rl crepe floor length gown accented nuptial music.Al baby's breath.A .
with a beige lace inset McGlashan served as J'J'r reception was held :in the
around the neckline. She worea best man and the ushers were church Fellowship Hall. !
light green ruffled hat and Paul McFather, Martin Cole Guests were greeted at the
$ carried a nosegay of yellow and Larry Seay. door by Mrs. Mary Ann Itayes r
/ and bronze pompoms and car Miss Martha DuBose, sisterof of Zephyrhills. Mrs. Kathleen
irvUt nations with streamers. the groom, attended as Davis of St. Petersburg kept
Marnie Ann Diddell, nieceof maid of honor. She wore a the bride's book
the bride, was flower girl. yellow gold empire crepe full The Ha 11 was decorated! with
She wore a floor length gownof greenery and candles in the
autumn print in orange, ; windows and arrangements of
brown, and beige with Division
green white gladioli mums, spider>
orange lace and velvet ribbon. mums and baby's breath com-
The bride given in rea pleted the decorations.
: marriage by her father, wore SpendingOn r The bride's table was ever-
an offwhite princess style laid with linen and clotted)
gown of gleaming rayon satin swiss and centered with a
mist with field of cotton IncreaseState h four tiered cake with flowing)
bandeau lace, acetate taffeta fountain and topped with a

lining complete with nylon spending on correc- _,.______________ ._.._.___.h-.-.
illusion montells and mat tional institutions has In- --------------- rtt -------Ir.t.iannarlwlAwwurrurntrnCHRISTMAS ::1I
ching lace. Her floor length creased three times in the Greeting
veil of trimmed with SPECIALS I
illusion past five years and now accounts 1
lace was secured to a princess for about 4.5 per cent of
style headpiece of cotton state expenditures from the 5 Blank Guns Everlast (Pair) I ".osmcrrt.
bandeau lace. She carried a general revenue fund, accord- Dart Games Gloves 2 rru*rn'Chrv:/ trnn,
cascade of baby's breath, ing to figures from the State aa Boxing it %rirml. tifti I pntr"rr" ,..
yellow and bronze daisies with Comptroller's office. Reg. '5" $425 Reg. "4" $ef' 25 '14'. ; 1'hnnkirrlrrrinK r

greens and streamers.A During the 1973-74 fiscal Reg. $1250 111,,,'r.'IIHt.
reception was held in the year Florida spent $90 millionon
Officer's Club at Camp Bland- correctional institutions, a
3 I
Battery Operated
-. ing. Greeting guests at the 57 per cent increase from the Bow & Arrow Sets DO)
door were Mrs. Adele Mit- and nearly 300 3 Draw Poker $1 "
previous year
ii-- --ii--- chell, Lucille Raulerson and 2 25 Lb Pull Reg. "11" II
r- per cent of the $31 million Houston'sGulf
r Merle Norman. Cindy Gissy 5 Gamesj : $500 $450
kept the bride's book. Stand spent in 1969-70. 15 Lb. Pull Rep.7r $6Oa()I I

ing in the receiving line were J'I
Mrs. Merle Packham, the Bret &, Jerry'sAthletic "
bride and groom and their 301 J

parents. House
The bride's table was
I I ServiceS
covered with a white lace
cloth over bronze and cen- DRIVEINFri&Sat 9647434 Open, Mon. & Toes fill 8 P.M

tered with a three tiered,
'lEwsrwrvSNaoarwwtw alaw nawewrwrwnwrwrarwrwrnr entrdrw ewrrtnwr+_ rr rwrwrveI W
pillared wedding cake topped
with wedding bells. Mrs. Vicki
Smith and Mrs. Connie
Dampier sisters of the groom
cut the cake Mrs. Dorothy SOYLENT
Combs presided at the coffee
service. Cheryl Scott, Josie (
... "" 'IC Williams and Linda Alday GREEN
: poured and served punch.
_.__.._... ;; \\\0.0,,;; Following a wedding trip to .IpGI METUOCOtOI PANAVISIONMGM?
World the S ,
Bags to hold building/ blocks to be distributed to children at. Disney cc1uple'Isresiding .,.
Christmas ,were sewn by members of the clothing ctfn-- at.32y Cente .Street, t' ,. .
the Bradford-Union Vo-Trch 'enter. Starke..,., .r ... .. .. ., .
class
struction at The bride Mr. .. ........ .-.
Students working on the project (I-r) are !Marian Cummings is a senior at Majestyk
Harriet Muldleton and Veronica Cummings. Not shown are Bradford High School
Mr. Byrd is a graduate of *
Bernadine Berry and Diane Byrd. ;
Keystone Heights High School
and is employed at Clay Elec. SUN & MON

Blocks For Tots tric at Keystone Heights. I O'*


FLORIDATHEATRE I *

For ChristmasA .
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hundred children will be The other large firms in the
happy this Christmas becauseof area, which wish to remain $
IfllMCS S7K
the fine cooperation of anonymous, also donated J
merchants, manufacturersand goods to be used in this Fri-Sat-Sun "CHINESEHERCULES" .
organizations of Bradford project. @
County. $)
Not only will these childrenbe Ruby Thomas' sewing classat
but Vo-Tech helped design the :r All l that Christmas holds
happier they undoubtedly THERE'S A AionQ" '" ')Ie ,
sacks and the .,. .t *
will be better sew contributed L[ !J A or. Roieo"
citizens as they grow older.It cloth into strong and valuable (LOVE) BUG / j ;; -K- it gives' to one and all

all started with an idea of bags complete with pull cords. CeI(. :.: in heaping shares of

Gilbert Nelson, Federal Grant GOING AROUND. .. Bruce Lee's All new
Director of Bradford County The Neighborhood Service W joy and happiness.
Public Library. Mr. Nelson Center KJE which is part of Adventures as the '
Warmest
does outreach work contact- CUBB Economic Agency WALT DiSnEY "fbSP greetings to
Super Hero(from r
ing people and persuadingthem selected and typed names of 0 friends and neighbors.
to use the library. On children to receive the blocks. PAOnUCI1Of S.Nd "1nterThe OraooniBrucE !
some of his visits he noticed I e
a *
that children of some parents Finally the Starke Jaycees, ......
had no toys to play with. One a group of public spirited men ..... !
occasion he observed a small along with the CUBB Econo-
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boy whose only toy was an old mic Agency will distribute .
spoon with which he tried to these sacks of blocks to the \ >:
build structures in the dirt. children.
Nelson knew that these 1 t,
need Doing something with love I
bright boys challengingtoys *
that would make the for fellow human beings is -,, ff'I
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brain cells work, otherwise what Christmas is all about, 1 -
these children would not reach says Mr. Nelson. I IRDE36 Ir a vi 1
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their bilities.fullest Thus intellectual was conceived capa : LEEREturn : : r't


"Blocks With the for full Tots.cooperation" of I : of t,: t: 0.

the business community the
following was accomplished: etaTECHNICOLOR' The: Dragon

Hans Lamer manager of his last performance. his. best! ,
Bradford Furniture Company, .. /<
'9' .
furnished sanded blocks of ., ., TECHNICOLOR pglA ]
NMwwd eUNN "U O'"'NIeUUONCO' etC BRYANSTON PICTURES Ri'lC.iv LS5JTo
wood in varying shapes and wr,W'",Dwr rwjrawn < ,
sizes.
Carl Lamar Johns of Starke
Builders Supply sawed long
dowel rods that will be furnished Poinsettia
with the square blocks.E. .
C. Vaughn of Vaughn- aE 11iubl
Johnson furnished :
specially
all of our friends \ i
i shaped pieces of wood of In- :;
teresting design. \\l lVl1Slm0.S andcuatomers ?i b In the spirit of the season, '-
fr
Nelson then contacted the Our Sincere Thanhs
Vogue Garment Company and and we extend best wishes to all
Frank Sheffield of Van H.
Best Wishes ,
Priest. Both of these firms
contributed substantial quan- fora our friends and customers.
tities of cloth which would be > May every heart ling Blessed Christmas
sewn into sacks. with the true joys of
this great holiday. May Peace- Joy-Love k

1 w Bat withal,dear friend Health and Happiness .
THEBRADFORD Abide with you and yourtovedoneathroughout

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Page TELEGRAPH December 26,1971 ...... ., .
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(, I Building Permits Total $250,000STARKE

.I More Thefts Being Probed .. ,,,."
-Zoning Director Permits for November, 1974
STARKE The Starke Cherry Streets. Thieves took a ';." .. ..',"' L.M. Gaines announced were $79,311 less than for
Police Department is Investi- Remington rifle, a Remington ,' : ;" Monday, December 9, that November 1973.
gating a total of six break-ins shotgun, a gunscope and gun- ,: '10" ,";,1'-". \ I '"' building permits for the For October and November
occurring since last week as sling from the vehicle valuedat : ..sii.i.fh\: !::::: ; \ :..,_. ,, : month of November totaled 1973 69 permits were issued
petty thievery continued at a $600. Later, between six and I "" ':""tifikffo"t:: !: !/,<'"t ".. $250,330.( totaling $540,891. This year,
brisk rate in the city. nine p.m. the same day a 1963 ',:.. ",.'j'" '" 1 .r '/:' Thirty-seven permits were 1974 for October and
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On Wednesday night, Chevrolet pickup truck, issued in November: 7 for November 79 permits were
December 11, thieves enteredthe parked at the Holiday Inn, "" ;:;JiIt Ji\ ; conventional homes issued totaling $481,350.
old R.J.E. High School owned by J. Warren Carver of : ;:\ amounting to $136,400, 15 $59,541 less than last year's

Building on Pine Street in Starke, was entered by '.. .', .. ,,,. ,,,,., ,,.,. ,, permits for mobile homes total.
Reno by prying open the north removing a vent window. A 23 ; ,. ,(.'..'..1: ,. :.,.-,,. .' "'.'' ., totaling $72,100, and 15 for
door of the building. After channel PierceSampsonCougar ,: :";;;):\iYt :! "" additions and alterations to Gaines said that permits
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getting inside the building citizen's band radio k{\ ." ', ./.\ existing structures amountingto issued were only for areas in
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door broken off taken from 1': !" "" ,' that are not incorporate -
another was valued at $200 was : :. ': : $41,830.
its hinges and thieves the vehicle. Police Officer \ ; ( r L \\j: ;" I Gaines said that permits for His figures do not
removed a motorized floor Scotty Rhoden investigatedboth f :, :} November, 1973 totaled include construction within
saw, 11 saw blades and five of the vehicle break-ins. r.f ._ 1 $329,641. Forty-four permitswere the municipalities of Starke
levels from the equipment Thursday night, December issued in November Brooker, Hampton andLawtey.
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storage room. Not content 12, the hasp of the north door ''f"": 1973: 14 for conventionaihomes .
with the theft of the tools and of the Martin Tackle Company amounting to $217,000; Total construction figuresfor
equipment, thieves then located in the 600 block of L e 20 for mobile homes totaled October and November,
proceeded to dismantle and Temple Avenue, was pried off $94,041; one permit for 1973 were $540,891 and for
remove the 150,000 BTU and thieves entered the ware- commercial construction for October and November, 1974
heater used to heat the house at the rear of the $4,500 and 10 permits for they were $481,350. 1974's
building. According to the building. They then cut a hole additions and alterations to construction was off $59,541for
filed Police Officer in the wire fence mesh structures amountingto the comparable period of
by existing
_ Jules Eunice total value of the separating Martin's from the ..,. ........ $14,100. 1973.
equipment and tools taken Ward Baking Co., knocked a
was slightly less than $1,000. hole in the rear wall of Ward's

Sometime between noon and and completely vandalized the .. ..... '.. VET NEWS 1 1Don't
5:30: p.m. Thursday, stock of bakery products.
December 12, the right vent Missing was a small radio crash dusk south the Starke city
A family riding in the dark vehicle in the background was at Saturday on SR-100 near
window of the 1974 Ford valued at $20. Damage to the who
taken to the Bradford County Hospital after this head-on limits. forget your INCOME surance Policyholder
pickup truck owned by Jerry pastry and bakery productswas QUESTIONNAIRE. Here area would like to change the
Olan Rowe was broken into more than$100, accordingto few points of interest that method of settlement for his-
while the vehicle was parkedat Police Officer Scotty may help: her beneficiary should
Devrick's, Inc., at Call and Rhoden's report. 5 Children Hurt In SR-100 CrashMay Are you sure you have complete and sign VA Form
Russ's Bar on West Madison selected the right insurance 29-336 and send it to the
lost a dozen wallets to thieves settlement option for your Veterans Administration
Thursday night when they STARKE Five children of Starke, driving a 1969 Trooper Parrish estimated minor damage to the two cars. dependents? The Veterans Insurance Center, where his
pried open a bathroom win- passengers were injured in a Chevrolet, crashed into the damages to the Barber truckat Donald Smith, 23, of Waldo, Administration has urged all records are located.If .
dow of the building to gain two car collision Saturday, rear end of the 1966 Plymouthof $800 and to the Warren driving a 1965 Ford made an policy holders of GovernmentLife the policyholder chooses
entry, and the batteries from December 21, on SR-100, one- Harlon Hodge, 40 of vehicle at $550. improper turn from the inner Insurance to take a settlement under Option 1,
two trucks owned by the tenth of a mile southeast of Lacoochee, causing damagesof James H. Cruger 27, of lane of US-301 at the Bradford second look at the type of then his beneficiary may takea
Florida Pest Control were Starke.In $350 to the front of the Starke has been charged with Square Shopping Center and settlement they have selectedfor lump sum payment or
removed frm the vehicles an accident report filed Chevrolet and $75 to the rear running a red light and his car was struck by the 1969 their beneficiaries. monthly payments.If .
while they were parked over- by Trooper D.C. Roberts of of the Plymouth.The causing an accident followinga MG of Gaetano J. Palist, 48, of Many widows, for example, the insured chooses a
night at the business parkinglot the Florida Highway Patrol, accident report in- collision at the intersectionof Massapeous, N.Y., which was are penalized following the monthly pension settlement,
;..t on Water Street. Police John Wayne Underhill, 25, of dicated that Lee was travelingat US-301 and SR-100, on traveling south on the high- death of the insured veteran then his beneficiary may not
afU6t Officer Scotty Rhoden investi- Starke, pulled his 1970 Mer- a very high rate of speed, December 17. way in the outside lane, when they learn they must take any lump sum.
CQ Q gated. The two batteries were cury from a private driveway, and failed to change lanes, Cruger, driving a 1964 causing damages of$500 to the take a small monthly pay- The majority of insured
recovered and returned to onto SR-100 into the pathwayof skidding 38 feet before Plymouth north on 301 struck MG and $200 to the Ford. ment.In veterans prefer to take Option
Florida Pest Control. the 1965 Mercury of Mrs. colliding with the vehicle in the 1972 Lincoln of Leona M. About 3 a.m. Monday many instances, the 1, which will provide the
Jacqueline Taylor Odum, 36, front of him. Royal, 61, of Starke, east- morning, December 23, a tire insured veteran many years beneficiary with a widerangeof
By Neighbors of Deland, Florida, traveling Lee was charged with bound on SR-16. blew out on the right front of ago elected to provide for a choices of how the policy
Celebrate Christmas by south on SR-100. driving while intoxicated and Damages to the Lincoln the 1972 American Motors settlement of small monthly proceeds may be paid
praising and thanking God Brenda, Judy, Keith and driving against restrictions.The were set at $1,000 and to the Rambler of Raymond A. payments, extending over the following the death of the
for Sending His Son into the Jeff Odum, the children driver of one car and Plymouth $900. Cooper, Jr., of Alexandria, remaining lifetime of the veteran.
world!IIExpress! passengers in one vehicle and two passengers in another The 1974 Lincoln of Sara Virginia, causing the driver to beneficiary.This The Bradford County
David Garland, a passenger in were injured in a two car colli- Futrell Mobley, of Lake lose control of the auto. It type of settlement may Veterans Service Office is in
your |joy with the. !JJ the other were shaken up in sion on SR-100, 3.5 miles westof Butler, struck the rear tail- jumped the curb, did a little have appeared sound some 25 the Courthouse and is open
happy hundreds who celebrate the collision and taken to the Starke Decem- but not fit the each week on Monday all day
.. ... I IJ Thursday, gate of George William sidewalking, and careenedinto years ago may
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Christmas every ff'iJl;] Bradford County Hospital for ber 19. Graudons, December 19, as a US Mailbox in front of needs of the widow today. and Wednesday morning. The
Sunday at the First Baptist observation and treatment, by According to an accident Graudons was attempting to the Holiday Inn, causing Any Government Life InS phone number is 9645634.

Church of Starke. rescue ambulance. report filed by Trooper J.C. make a right turn off of SR-100 damages estimated at $1,700to .. .. _..._ __. .
Roberts estimated
-- Trooper Parrish of the Florida High- on to US-301. There was only the automobile. =. .
"The Church With a Heart, damages to the Underhill car way Patrol, John David
In The Heart of Starke" at $1,500 and to the Odum Barber, 17, of Eastpoint,
vehicle at $500.Underbill Florida, driving a 1968 Datsun Judge Crews Suffers Heart AttackCircuit : ,' I Ittr
BEN BRYANT : was charged with Pickup truck west on SR-100,
Pastor ,-r-. failure to yield right-of-way on made an improper left turn Judge John J. originally appointed to the M w
"Look you can Impoundall entering a public highway.On from the right lane of the Crews, chief judge of the 8th bench by former Gov. Claude :
WILLIAM GEORGEMin. my coupons: while I ran Sunday, December 22, highway and his vehicle was Judicial Circuit, has been Kirk. Judge John A. H. Mur- <> -t--u
of Music home and six miles south of Starke on struck by the 1972 Chevrolet of moved from the intensive care phree is serving as chief judgeof r
gel: j
'" my money.K SR-100. John Barton Lee, 30, Robert Theodore Warren, 47, unit to a private room at the circuit during Crews'illness.
,
of Brandon, Florida, who was Alachua General Hospitalafter ,
I attempting to pass Barber's suffering a heart attack i w1 vrI
truck. last week. Jail OverloadedSTARKE
The resulting collision Injured -! Crews was admitted to the
two passengers, hospital Sunday, Dec. 15, for Bradford
Charlotte Turner, 16, and what was first described as County Sheriff Dolph Reddish
Shirley Barber, 54, who were congestion of the chest. reported Monday, December
traveling with Barber. Following later tests, 23, that the county jail had .- -
Warren, the driver of the however, it was announcedthat been filled to overflowing over
Chevrolet and the two he had suffered a heart the week-end.
passengers were treated at attack. Accomodations are avail- J3etWihc S
the Bradford County Hospitalfor Crews became ill while flying able for 21 male and female
their injuries after being back from an AmericanBar prisoners, but a deluge of I
Chriit
is born in Bethlehem.
taken there by rescue am- Association meeting in arrests over the week-end in-
9Vewi11 bulance of the Emergency Chicago. A former legislatorfrom .creased the prisoner population May the light of peace.
.t Medical Service. Baker County, he was to a total of 26.With shine around the world.
With this great holiday, We thank everyone for their
u>e expreis deep patronage and goad will.
you a 4ieny appreciation for; frientfahips,
old and new.
111 g 0 Peace ba with you.KlipNKurl. City Fish &



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Loraine, Sandra, 607 E. Brownlee

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lasting contentment. wishes
for the very
t; best holidayever. And to all our warm appreciationto
our friends and

Guaranty Federal Savingsand .lettingus Thanksfor and friends patrons, patrons. Our constant v- y

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Greetings. you well.Hurst's .


Loan Association Shell to the world on this day of

universal peace. Warm thanksto

Service friends and neighbors.


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I City Hall Contract ApprovedRAIFORD II. M. Manning Unemployment


The Town After reviewing a drawingof $999 had been received by the Larry Powell, county fw Harry M. Manning, age 6fi, Reaches Record
Council of Haiford approvedthe a survey plat of the town treasury in fines from recreation director, on the bl of Route 1, Gainesville, was Florida's) November unemployment -
terms of a building con property it was noted that a the Union County Sheriff's summer recreation program. w rz dead upon arrival at a Gainesville rate skyrocketedto
tract to be signed within the power line had been placedover eparlment as opposed to a Powell requested the council's Hospital Sunday after a record7.1 per cent,
next few days to get construc- the proposed buildingsite cost to the town of $3,666. assistance in getting more of noon following a sudden at- surpassing! the national rate of
tion underway for a new and the council will Law enforcement is Raiford's young people to tack at his residence. He was 6.5 per cent;the Employment
municipal building. request the Florida Power and provided to Raiford by a participate in the overall born in Alachua County, on Security iIson reported
Richard Pernini, contractorof Light Company to re-route the negotiated contract county program and offeredhis October 4, 1908; and had livedin Monday. It wa the highest
Lake Buller and owner of power: line before construction agreement with the Union assistance and cooperationin the Bradford and Alachua rate within :tnemory for
Community Home Center, be gins. County Sheriff calling for the getting underway any kindof County area most of his life. Florida; up frotrn-&4 per centin
was the successful low bidderfor The new building will be of payment of $1,000 every three recreation program for He was a chicken rancher and October" ,.'*nd'*".:3 per cent a
the $18,000 building at the masonry construction, 35 x 55 months to the county.The first Raiford that the council would was a member of the Dedan year total. ic *
bid opening on the project held feet, and is located about 50 agreement began November like to propose. Powell said he Baptist Church. His parents A of 2R400 Floridians
November 4. feet north of the old railroad 1, 1973 and terminated was open to new ideas for the were the late I.e. Manningand were listed ;,gr'. Jobless in
At the meeting Monday depot building which is in the November 1, 1974. recreation program. : Rosetta Johns. November,; - night, December 2, Pernini process of being torn down "We should observe very -Approved payment of Jff 126,700 in November 1973.
requested and the council and removed. closely during the next 30 days $137.50 to Merrill G. McMillanfor r y is his "Economic uncertainty has
Surviving
approved that the beginning Railroad officials donatedthe the kind of police protectionwe surveying the new building Florence Sosbee wife. slowed down hiring, particularly
date of construction would be depot building to the Townof are getting for the amountof site for the municipal one son, Harold E. Manning of; in wholesale and retail
not later than two weeks from Haiford and it was sold last Manning
money we are paying and building. Hampton two .. .
the date of the signing of the month to high bidder Robert be ready at the next meeting -Approved Town Clerk ; daughters, "
The Three Kings talk to Amahl Mrs. Frances Ingram, Dade C MEMORY:
and his mother as the 'vm:
building contract. The L Faulkner of Jacksonvillefor financial ;
to reach a decision on the next Kathryn Alvarez' ,,
Christmas is and Mrs. Louie .
told Thursday at the Starke Nursing Home. City Maude \tI'.h;,' .. "
completion date will be !'JO $351. renewal of the agreement," report for the month of '
days from the beginning of Town Clerk Kathryn councilman Lee Brailler November. Wynn, Comer, Ga. ; one Jtf m w fr.4If *verly G.
construction. brother, J.C. Manning, 1=""' ,1 1IIItt.u., : suddenly
Alvarez reported that only suggested. Authorized the Town
Christmas Told Daytona Beach; one sister, CtwUtm rHMM en* year ago.
of
deduct the amount Story
In other matters at Monday's Clerk to
Mrs. Estelle
Johns, Miami; 10 TIMtw 1* wof day that
meeting, the council $32.77 from the $295 monthly "
: grandchildren and six great- pasyesihat'6s k not think of
CHRISTMAS IN STARKE Heard a report from payment to Gene Failing.Karron .
At HomeMembers grandchildren. our laved one. May you be at
Nursing 'peace with'ti.rf.
T'was the night before Christmas and all thru the town. Funeral services will be --. -Annie B. Anderson
No noses were frozen, no snow fluttered down. of the sixth gradeat kings and presenting the held Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the and family
Hampton ElementarySchool crutch to the Child himself. ..'. 'i '
i Dedan Baptist Church with ':j. ;;r. ;
took Christmas cheerto The of the visit -
purpose to -
No children in flannets were tucked into bed, y the Starke Nursing Home the nursing home was for the Rev. Lacy Conway and Rev -L, ; trA. ... ..
They all wore their shorty pajamas instead.To by performing a play called students to give a gift that 11II Mott officiating. Inter. 'il "" :t. :'( ,"
ment will be in Dedan Cemetery "
"Amahl and the Night couldn't be bought with with DeWitt C. Jones ,:" .". ...... / .
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Visitors. Mrs. Shields said. ,
find wreaths of holly was not very hard money Funeral Home of Starke in ,.. :::.<'. "
also carols '
Students to the ..
For in the 1' sung Upon returning charge of services. ; k. if.oJ. ,
holly trees sprouted right back yard. .' ,,
and visited with the residents !school, the bus driver told ,-.._.1.0......r, ;'. .
while on the Christmas Principal Tom Casey that she ',........ .., ,,' '""... ,
In front of the houses were daddys and moms, journey last Thursday. would accept no pay for driv- .r. :1it >I ;.... .
Adorning the bushes and coconut palms. As a craft project, the ing the children. She explained ." ;
students made bookmarks to that the experience of =!-,. '
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present to the senior citizens, watching the children with the 'if
The slumbering kiddies were dreaming in glee, ME'iGreen ; teacher Carole Shields, said. senior citizens was reward Jfc :w S .;f.':.t
And h<-j>ed they'd find water skis under the tree. Z I, II ;$ After the program, the stu enough for her time.
; dents divided into small "If people believe that kids

They all knew that Santa was well on the way, ; groups and went from room to are going to the dogs, wat-
room visiting with the patientsand ching the sixth graders ;
In a Mercedes Benz instead of a sleigh. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Green, singing to those who were visiting with the nursing home a 4 rryr
receives a cash scholarship from the Bradford Education unable to leave their beds to patients would change that A
And soon he arrived and started to work, Association in a presentation made !Monday, Dec. 16, at attend the play. idea," she said. 1 : ,
He hadn't a second to linger or shirk. Bradford High School. The play is about Amahl, a 17-i ;
Presenting the check to !Miss Green are BEA Treasurer poor,crippled shepherd boy at St. MARK'S N
Susan Scott, left, and BEA President Louise Koren. whose home the three kings : w
He whizzed up the highways and zoomed up the roads, !Miss Green is a 1973-74 graduate of Bradford High where stop as they were followingthe Tuesday, Dec. 24th 11:00.m. :
In an SL-300 delivering his loads. she was a member of the National Honor Society Karron Star to Bethlehem to find Christmas Festival 4 .+ '
plans to enter Santa Fe Community College in January to the Christ Child. Giving the Eucharist. \ I l ,.,o
The tropical moon gave the city a glow, begin secretarial studies. most precious thing he owns, Sunday, Dec. 29th 8:30: S'a(.
his crutch, he is healed of the a.m. Holy Eucharist; 9:45: LS ,
And the Santa below. t
lighted for
way crippled leg. Amahl decided to a.m. Church School; 11:00: rsI
show his gratitude for being a.m. Morning Prayer.
As he jumped from his auto, he gave a weak chuckle, healed by going with the threewZUtalea )
He was dressed in Bermudas with an Ivy League buckle.


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M ; On t te USDA May
Safety Tips Using Fireplace


a WASHINGTON, D. C. As chief urged the use of "small q 1 ., Clarify
wintry weather and fuel con romantic) fires" 4 t ,

servation bring fireplaces into For the safer enjoyment of Geographic

increasing popularity, the U. the nation's 22 million fireplaces
1 S. Consumer Product Safety the Commission LabellingATLANTA
Commission reminds con recommends the ,
following w
sumers that more than 6,000 fit
safety precautions: a
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required
1. Be sure the fireplace was f fi R ,U'fq confusion about the regionalor
hospital emergency room constructed for actual use, not 1 } geographic origin of
rr treatment last for in
year just for decoration. Inspect it federally inspected meat and
; ,r juries associated with fire- to be sure that it has
.,. adequate w, products may be
T places and fireplace equip- linings and clear
m protective smoke ; t. tk up soon by a U.S.
ment.
ducts and that the chimney is i +. Department of Agriculture
A ., Children under five years clear and in good repair ? + a (USDA) proposal to change
old sustained 65 of the
percent
2. If 1
S installing a factory labeling requirements for
injuries reported to the Commission ) made insure r #
1 fireplace, that it ; such products.
'i ; about 15 percent of is not near any combustible t9t w
t the injured were between five materials and has adequate yn Dr George Harner,
and ten years old. Although flame and heat barriers. southeastern director of the

I most injuries involved lacer- 3. Open the damper before ; meat and poultry inspection
> ; ations, five percent were lighting the fire and keep it program in USDA's Animal
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burns which frequently are open until the ashes are cool. ,, t ; and Plant Health Inspection
Girls of the Six-Weeks by the Bradford MiddleS among the most painful and This will avert the build-up of Service! (APHIS), said con

hool Physical Education Department for the first six long lasting Injuries poisonous gases, especially sumers are frequently confused
weeks were, first row 1 I-r, Deiuse Dailey, Grade 6; Violet Injury reports in Com while the family is sleeping. by label terms which
Mvrkk: 7, and Montez Ititch, 8; buck row: Virginia Kenney mission files record cases in 4. Never use gasoline char- a _, actually identify a type [of

K, Betsy Yawn, 7, and Yvette Bright, 6. which children's nightclothes coal lighter or other fuel to Brownie Troop 370 was Invested In ceremonies Tuesday, product, rather than the
Each six weeks an oulst.1IIdinIO'lIunR lady In the BMS: phys ignited when they stood too light or relight a fire because Nov. 26, at the First United Methodist Church. Members of location from which It came.A .
ed program from each of the six teams to be Girl:; of the Six close to an open fireplace; a the vapors can explode. the troop are: product labeled "Danish

\\eeks. Selections are based! on grades, leadership, and student's brushed denim jeans 5. Do not use coal or charcoal First row (I I-r): Kay Allen, Honey Dew Crews, Tonda Brand Ham," for example,
paiticipation. ignited while she was war in a fireplace because of Crews. Second row: Kelll Carver, Rhonda llulcheson. might be mistakenly expectedto
ming her legs near a fireplacewith the danger of carbon mono- Lenore Welty, Lori McKlnney. Third row : Julie Wise, Lori come from Denmark, but
gas fireplace logs; adults Clark Melanie Gohagen Dottie Wilkison, Selina Cassels. such label actually identifiesa
Guidance Clinic Cases Total 356 xide build-up. It is not a good a
and teenagers received severe Leaders '
idea to burn trash or are Phyllis Carver, left, and Gwen Gray. Troop type of product
wrappings
burns when gasoline or other mascot at left, is Mitchell
The Bradford-Union [In Union County there are 80 fuel in fireplace fires Gray
Guidance Clinic, with offices adults, 33 children, 23 with liquid fires was mistakenly to because polystyrene foam and Under the proposed
poured on in attempts
at 321 W Madison St in alcohol problems" and five rekindle them other coated materials can 216 Cases Disposed Of Dec. 1118In regulations, Dr Harner ex
Starke has a total case load of "after care. A less obvious hazard generate deadly fumes. plained, the use of
.nfi in the two counties, Dr. Dr Lennon said the case resulted in injuries for at least Flying paper embers could geographical terms would be

William Lennon, director, load would probably increase two families who were overcome also ignite the roof. County Traffic Court HearingSTARKE permitted on labels only if:
said yesterday during the stresses of the by carbon monoxide or 6. Do not treat artificial logs -
holiday season.. All persons like real logs. Artificial logs 1. The
other toxic fumes. One family Of 216 cases Dorothy Hathcox Dykes, Benjamin F. Haun, Jacquelyn geographical
In Bradford County 185 affected by depression, usually made of sawdust statement
tried to burn charcoal in the are scheduled for Ronald Fletcher Crews William truthfully
R. ,
in Radcliffe
disposition CarolynK.
adults, 30 children, 48 anxiety family problems, and have
persons or and wax special represents the origin of the
and the other had A.
Richard
fireplace traffic court on December 11 Morgan, Patricia C. Richard Webb and
ith alcohol and 37 alcohol and
problems drug problems
\\ are burning properties. Be sure to 'product, such as "Danishham"
alter care" patients are invited to contact the clinic, accidentally thrown some read the instructions on the and 18, 146 drivers were Plummer, Toni Denise Whitt, Leitl. actually produced
therapy. phone 964-8382 polystyrene foam packagingonto and follow them summoned for unlawful speed Gregory Holcomb, Kathryn B. Fined on other traffic in
receiving logs care- Denmark, or "German
the fire. and 70 on other traffic Wigglesworth. charges were: Jackie Kir-
Use just one log at a sausage" actually made
The National Fire Protection fully.time and do not add another violations. Forfeiting bonds for chaine $26, for no tag; Leslie Germany in
Association estimates until the fire is 134 cases were up for unlawful speed were: Bonnie Travis Prevail $26, for improper
that there will be 14,000 house log completely before Alexander Jones Luis Leslie Wayne
I disposition County Lopez, backing; The
Dw II out Never add an artificiallog 2. geographical term is
A fires bIajor started by fire- to a natural wood fire thatis Judge Elzie Sanders on Carol Joan Herschkowitz, Davis, $26, for improper turn i, commonly known to the
t places. causes of these Wait December 11, followed by 82 Rossevelt Green, Dominick A. Isidro John Hernandez, $36, trade
already burning. at public, or is a name
r fires include overloading the more cases on December 18, Defilippo, John Rufus Waddy, for failure to have vehicle or
l f least two hours before addingan registered trademark
,it iti fire, ignition of nearby com with almost 70 percent of the Leonard R. Jones, Gene Blyth under control.
artificial log to a natural Registered trademarks would
1 E En' bustibles and flying sparks. Torrance Sheldon Martin,
cases being for unlawful Bobby Lewis Randall
i log fire because it could causea have to be identified by a
made built-in metal
oar Factory flareup.Do speed. Cooper, Timothy Clark. $36 for running stop sign; small letter "r" in a circle.
fireplaces that were over- not poke artificial logs Drawing fines for the Donnie Wright, Roy Elbert Gary M Douglas, $15 court
i loaded with fuel or improperly violation were: Douglas T. Reid, John Wesley Miles,Jack costs, for no valid Inspection
because the flaming wax The
3.
r installed were associated witha and Schurman, $36, Oscar Tanner Revels, Neil A. butler, certificate; Herbert Earnel geographical term is
the
could stick to poker
C number of fires last year. Estes Karen Clark for license required by federal
floor Raymond $36, Howe Judy Armstrong, $26, no
the
onto or carpet. such the
After 15 to 20 fires in the drop Poking a log could also causea Quinn Wallace Jr., $46, William Vasco Forsyth, Jr., plates; Grace Marilyn regulation, and as"Vienna"which names"Bologna"
,. t i same county were traced to Jeffrey Thomas Reynolds, Eric Larue Myers, Brian Diamond, $26, for violation of

\ ir' this style fireplace, one fire 7 flare-up.. Home rolled newspaper $26, Dan Megill Tyler, $46, McGovey, Del Marie driver license restrictions; are the official of namesof

logs should never be soaked in Michael Todd Lalich, $36, Elmquist, Sherman Andrew Frank Brady, $16, for no valid specific types sausages

flammable fuels of any kind Beverly Jean Smith, $50, Lane Steven Edward Casey, inspection certificate
Bruce Vicky Lockley $26, Christina B. Lamonte Ronald Aldean Hunt, $15 4. The geographical term is>
because of the severe dangerof
the Kim Manea Zimmerman, $36, Alan S. Goedert, Garland court costs, for no valid inspection generally understood to
explosion. Soaking
.. in water either (sentence suspended), Grace Page Hall, L.S. Jefferson, certificate; Mamie identify a particular class or
i'r.1tNCRt before newspaper rolling or during rolling Marilyn Diamond, $36, Lucien Paul Berain Aguirre, James Covington Cruger, $46, for style of product, such as

'_= removes the clay content and Moise Guatier, Jr., $26, Bradford Long, Louis Albert violation of right-of-way, "Mexican" style" or "Italian
This time of peace will provide a better burning Charles Dean Johns, $36, Young, Jr., Robert Jerome Everett Henley, $46, for style
i this time of joy when Then stack the logs on Laureen Freeman Thomas, Metlen, Daniel Dean Perkins, careless driving; Frank A.
log. ,
'
o, friends are so dear, t=:====- end and let them dry for two $50.Paying James Keith Austin, James Davis, $15 court costs, for 5. Fanciful names" such as
"Moon
y tie send our t'ery w weeks in the basement. When fines to the Traffic Otto Gamble, Charles F. careless driving; David Ray Sausage would be
Bureau before their Jerome. Tetstone, $36 fine and $10 permitted since the place of
best to ASA the logs, ap
To give, to share is the you.Hardy lighting newspaper
would pearance in court were: Rae Wesley George Post, Lusher court costs for improper turn; origin would not normally be
Christmas tradition. Let use kindling just as you
McMillan Simpson, Mark Williams Stephen Bruce Kenneth Wayne Gray, $36, confusing to the consumer
there be for
joy and peace CharleyE. a regular fire. Boyd Adkins, Richard Allen Page, Alfred G. Bissell, fine and $10 court costs, for
within 8 Do not overload Anyone wishing to submit
heart.Dewitt the fire
every Washer Elton Charles F. McFadden .
Ward, Levi Jr., improper turn.Forfeiting
place. Large fires can lead to Martin for Mark A Wells H.D. bonds other comments or views on the
driving in wrong Brady, on
& proposed regulations should
overheating of wall or roof direction divided Michael Jackson William traffic Alfonso
on highway, charges were:
send them, to the
materials if the in duplicate
C.Jones Johns particularly Dennis Ray Walker for Joseph Kelly Jr., Albert Marciante and Joseph Jenkinsfor
is USDA Hearing Clerk Room
,
fireplace constructed of
careless driving, Rufus Benjamin Thomas, Mary no valid driver's license
metal. 112-A, US. of
Son Dervett Futch, David Ernest Wyatt Ammons, Robert and Craig Eugene Griffis and Department
Agriculture, Washington. D C
9. Always use a screen McClenaghan for careless Warren Alexander. Lester Lamar Oliver for no
About This Question; around the fireplace to keep driving, Michael Keith Britt, Edward Silas Adkins, valid inspection certificate. 20250 Confidential material or
1512 N. Temple Ave sparks from flying out and to Thomas Edwin Lord, Pamela Bobby Joe Dean Edgar 11. Lonnie G Cooper was requests for oral presentationof

looting can be expensive protect children and adults Ann Beall, William Solomon Holmes, John W. Dukes, sentenced to 20 days in jail for views the Labels should and be addressedto

964-5473 loss of guns from damage from accidental clothing Nankin, Hollis Pierce, Benito Emil Stevenson, driving while intoxicated and Staff Technical Packaging Services
or'theft cost of ignition. Howard S. Nucholls, Jr.. Harold Dean Finley, Jackie his driver's license revokedfor
personalinjuries Meat and
10. Warn children about the Poultry Inspection
I Elizabeth Brvon Moses, Thomas Fleming, Joe Davis, 90 days.
liability for injury danger of fire. Do not let them Program Animal and Plant
to others. I hear you have play with fire. .. Health Inspection Service

insurance that covers all 11. Keep flammable USDA, Washington D.C
materials such as carpets, 202r 0.The.
these risks
guns, personal pillows furniture deadline for filing
or
.'. injury, and liability.. Can it away from the fireplace papers area. comments is Feb. 7, 1975
r be bought for a huntidg Be sure the Christmas tree is Written comments will be

trip of 3 to 30 daysrCharley not close enough to be ignited available for public inspectionin
by a spark. Be especially the Hearing Clerk's office.

E. careful of accidentally
1'j igniting holiday wrapping a

1 eVOOo JOHNS AGENCY papers.12. Make sure that the fire is

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for the night or when leaving .
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3.Speed.Model 97. Rag.9.99 4.75-oz.Reg.1.69. Limit 1 PRELL

PANTYHOSE 74STEELFLEX

DESK ARM LAMPFlexarm 3 00 BLADES MAX GLITTER FACTOR POLISH GLOW, 1 30 SHAMPOO

100%Amplon Nylon serves asastand. Reg.4.83 5 Count 11-ounce 3501 Off'Label
close clinging fit. Tungsten steel, I AssortedNAIL shades.Limit 1 Sales price reflects 351 off
Sizes: Petite/Med./ Double edge label. Regular 994.Limit 1
Med./Tall.Shades: ASSORTMENT 88 blades.Limit 1 I DELAGAR, ASST. NOVELTY 2 5 %
Tan/Beige RlIg.99t
SMOKING STANDS 9 BATH ITEMS
Assorted designs. Reg. 13.88 C Reg.1.25 up. Limit 1 OFFRegular I IN ,
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KNIT PANTS 488 SERVING PITCHER iff DOUBLE HIBACHI 688 VAPORIZER 429 SPRAY DER 00

Assorted colors&sizes.Reg.5.99 Pour,strain i ,closed.Reg.1.29 Limit 1 Limit I

4 LADIES, FAMOUS MAKER ,10EVERFLASH VAN WYCK RAGGEDY ANN & ANDY CARYL RICHARDS
BLOUSES with Collars I 4 88 CAMERA 28 88 MEAT GRINDER 16 88 BANKS 2 44 BALSAM 59

Assorted styles&sizes.Reg.5.99 Drop in a standard 126 cartridge Electric.Model' 1GR1. Reg.21.99 13-mch paper-mache. Reg.3.99 16-oz. Reg.1.09.Limit 1
and you're ready to shoot. Model K10.


I MEN'S SWEAT LONG SHIRTS SLEEVE 2 49 CAMERA POLAROID 420 4 788 GENERAL STEAM ELECTRIC DRY IRON 8 88 SISAL y* x 50 ROPE FOOT I t 9# ATOMIZERS IRVING RICE ]159

Asst.sizes' &colors.Reg.2.99 Color pictures in 60 seconds. 25-Steam Vents.Model' F63.Reg.10.99 For camping.boating& home use Assortment.Reg.2.19. Limit 1 i
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MEN'S, PLAID KODAK 30, POCKET ff 88 HAMILTON BEACH Reg.'19" PARISIENNEORFLORAL BRUT 33SPLAH-OH
f'e I I. SHIRT 3 88 CAMERA OUTFIT Jf| 7-SPEED BLENDER $14 88 PRINTBLANKET 588 LOTION 83''

plaids&sizes.Reg.4.99 Fully automatic camera outfit. ** 44-Ounce container.Model 1 620. 3-oz.Reg. .33.Limit1 I
Warm blankets. Regular 6.99
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uQVtlBORDERLESS' PRINTS, *I!*... 88 3i 88
I I"J T-88 COLOR FILM 319 14-SPEED BLENDER IO GAS CAN MOD LASHES
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. Drunks Can Be Held Up. To 12 Hours Without Being Charged, New Law States I

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tinder an amendment to the The Myers Act abolished the problems.State requirements of the Myers counties in this area will be fication center for this area. to 12 hours; or the intoxicated respond to this treatment are
!Myers Act that goes into eflfct crime of plain drunkenness as officials say they will Act. served by Gateway House in When city police or the person may be taken to an in- sent to the detoxificationcenter
January 1, law enforcement of last July 1 in order to shift have 26 primary treatment Bradford and five other Lake City,which Is the detoxll'nion sheriff's department arrests a take center for therapy.Pat in Lake City.
ficers. will be able to pick up emphasis from treating alco- centers with 572 beds around person under the influence of Frank alcoholism It is estimated that the
u publicdrunk and hold him in holics as criminals to treating the state by January 1, which alcohol, the officer has three coordinator for Bradford- change in the law will save
lad for 12 hours. them as people with health should be sufficient to meet options: lie may take the Union Guidance Clinic says state and local government in
person arrested to his home that' several types of treat- Florida an estimated $6
Iii. : >Qo- : : : ,I where some member of the ment are administered to the million a year by not prefer-
family must assume responsi- person with an alcohol ring criminal charges lor
81 bility for his actions; he may problem including group alcoholism alone. The law will
Buy Your' i place the drunk in jail, without therapy, individual therapy still allow police officers to
making a criminal charge family thl'rapy. and antabuse arrest people caught driving
against him, for a period of up treatment.! Persons failing to while intoxicated or causing
other offenses while drunk..

01 1. ion City Worth $38 Million ,'{recognizes"The Myers alcoholism Act officially as an
(!
illness, and places it where it
belongs, in the health care
F3S Property Check Shows system rather than the
: defenders have a tough time stopping Monticello criminal justice system."
"U" quarterback| Bruce Barnes tr)ing to round left end." Jefferson The City of Starke is a $38 will be tilled as soon as a says its sponsor,Sen. Kenneth
M County's hard hitting blocking took its Uwl I of the Union High million operation, accordingto qualified person can be foundto Myers of Miami.
defense" Friday night.Spanish an inventory recently made handle the property clerk The treatment centers are
by Hoy Wilson, Jacksonville duties, as well as some other designed to provide close
specialist,and reported at last duties since the inventory observation of drunks in the
DEEP weeks council meeting. control would not be a full- first six to eight hours in bed.
I IN TilE Moss Is A Thief The $38 million figure includes time job. The duties will in- After eight hours, the patientis
SOUTNMOUSOLDSOinHE all property owned by clude checking out and main- allowed some independent
N RECIPE o FAHCUS/ the city, including real estate, taining control of everything mobility, such as walking
Q9. It Robs Fruit Nut Shade Trees around the The
,and transformersthat room. average
buildings and
", .. ,.,. equipment from expensive
Olt. N of Vitality and Reduces each to patient will be able to get
v other tangible property but cost around $1,000()() up
Crop Quality and Quantity not including items worth less such small items as hand take food, and commune wi'h
: than $25, which are not tools, Edwards said.FRIENDSHIP. other persons' by that time.
From The Starke Civitan Club : I' .a ,, Our Special Formula Power Spraying required to be inventoried.
Quickly Kills Moss and It's Seed This is the first time that a ali
I'I
I ,2 Without Harm to Trees Shrubs complete inventory of pity
At The Locations property has been made,
Following I or Grassits Safe & Economical. '
according to City Clerk
Free Inspectionand IORIDA Merrill Edwards Wilson was
Winn Dixie Holiday Inn employed to list and tag each
Estimates UT piece of city property, and to i
Garden Restaurant Koch's Drugs Phone 964-5745 update property records. h _
ONTROI Included in his report was the
Kentucky Fried Chicken Professional Pest Control Services recommendation that the city
employ a property clerk to ;
keep the inventory to date.
under The Direction of Graduate EntomologistsftOUUUlCO. Edwards said this up position .

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December 26.1974 TK.I.F.OUAPII Page

HAMPTON .
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AREA NEWSBy SAVE

W-D BRAND PURE (NO ADDITIVES)
Josephine Fontaine

CITY NEWS '
The annual Hampton
GROUND
Christmas party was held
Friday evening at the City '
Hall. Even though the weatherwas # 'LL
bad and the rain poured .
down, there was a nice attendance R I j1
of both children and '
grown-ups. Christmas songs : .,, 3 ,
were sung, led by Mrs. Clark .r BEEF
and Mrs. Shields accom-
panied her on the piano.All : .
the children visited with L
Santa and some pictures were ? i
taken. All the children 94
received a gift from Santa and 4
also a bag of treats. Santa _ 1
enjoyed seeing his little >
friends and was terribly disappointed '
PEOPLE
that a lot of them BEEF
could not get to the party on er' "" FOpd
account of the rain. Santa left j g0 StmPs
with a HO HO HO and a Merry nh efaf
Christmas to aU.SCHOOL WHEN YOU PURCHASE SIZES BELOW DlX WI PLEDGE TO FIGHT
!@ INFLATION AND CONSERVE ENERGY

All of the rooms NEWS had Christ LB. LB. II A LB.
mas parties with some of the 3 5 Qua PRICES GOOD
THURS. DEC.
mothers helping.Santa visited PKG. PKG. ILf PKG. LB. Reserved:: : 26
the school in the afternoon and WINN-DIXIE STORES INC. THRU
TUES. DEC. 31
was so happy to get the letters COPYRIGHT 1974
from some of the youngsters.All .
: the children told Santa that W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF CAN ASTOR BAG MAXWEll HOUSE
they had been very good and :
was expecting him to visit

,. them I FHIENUS&NEIGIInORS on Christmas Eve. ROUND STEAK YlJRKEYS COFFEE

Mr. and Mrs. William

Schaub City drove to over attend from Crescent the- SAVE 48 17 LBS. SAVE

:'. and Hampton also brought Christmas oranges party tar 41eIB. $ SAVE & UP 21c 88s
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all the children. s "D/JAA /ll 9
{ 16C
; The City Council wishes to 8 0 YW 1-LI.
thank all who helped make the U. S CHOICE LB. IB.
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Christmas nice. If it LB.
Party so
Limit 1 of.'Khoice: with $7.50 or more purchase excl. cigi.WD .
were not for the wonderful
,
people who donated goodies
e BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF TOP ROUND OR "THE GOOD LUCK KIND" SMOKED MONOGRAM LONG GRAINRICE
and also time, it would not
have been as much fun for

;i i, both children BIRTHDAYS and grown-ups. SIRLOIN STEAK HOG JOWLS


I Mr.V.. Fontaine, December

1 29.WE WISH EVERYONE A $489 ... SAVE
VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS. w .

; BUS Grad Finished CHOICE SAVE 1191i!; 3 19c 59


i EMT Martelle Training Starling daughter LB. 10c LB. I n PKG.LB.

of F.R. and Rosa Starling of
Lawtey, has completed
Medical W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF PORTERHOUSE OR D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF TENDER
Emergency SAVE I4c DEL MONTE w.D BRAND SMOKED PORK SHOULDER WHOLEPicnics
Technician's training at T-Bone Steak LB e d Steaks 5 PKG.LB $998 14-01
Florida Junior College in Catsup . 3 BTL $100 I IB58C
Jacksonville with a B- SAVE 20c W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF LOIN 20e W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE
& WRAPPED FREE 4/8 IB. AVG. SAVE 7c IVORY LIQUIDDetergent THRIFTY MAID CUT SWEET

.I average.training
service in city rescue $ BRAND ((10 IN A PKG.) I0e OFF SPIC & SPANCleaner HANDY PANTS DISPOSABLEPKG.
work, and worked in the . LB. 12'01 '4.01. "
University Hospital of W D TASTY Franks . . 59C . PKG. $105 Diapers I V* 99Beef
Jacksonville SWEET SLICED THRIFTY MAID KRAFT
In January Miss Starling Patties 3 PKG. '1801.
plans to enter FJC to pursuean USDA GRADE "..." QUICK FROZEN W D BRAND Bacon . . LB99C Pork & Beans 4 Es $1 1 Grape Jelly . JAR 58C
associate of arts degree in BROAD BREASTED ((10 TO 14 lB') SOUTHERN BISCUIT DOUGLAS WHOLE THRIFTY MAID

complete pre-medicine.meidcal She training plans to to Turkeys . LB.57c Flour . . 5 BIABG68C Chicken . CAN. 99C Chili I leans. 15'/01.CAN 39c
become a doctor and to returnto
Lawtey to practice after
finishkia; medical eohnol ALL FLAVORS CHEK DEL MONTE U. S. No. 1 REGULAR VENT VUEPOTATOES

DRINKS28oz. 'fl CORNSAVE

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SAVE 11 j


I II I I I II 3 12c If.1i. K/ 17C $ E + 'I. 1O

I.C. E'K'rI 3 59
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II Il I l r VI NRBs. '_& 7-oz.CANS.. a BAG LB.

PLUS 100 STAMPS WITH COUPON IN THIS AD

MAID r-----------------------1 SALUTO

f L\ iKE PEAS ;! POTATO CHIPOS CHIPS PARTY PIZZA


!. SAVE j SAVE I
$ 49
5c I 30e WITH j

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12oz. j I I 12oz. COUPON j 32oz. SAVE SOc

CELLO I PKG. PKG.
VALID THRU DEC. 31 I
PKG. I

SAVE 12c THRIFTY MAID SAVE 8c <- DIXIE DARLING CINNAMON FRESH GREEN PEELED AND DEVEINEDApplesauce

I 3 ''fir' 88C Hot Bread . Loaf' ; 79C Cabbage . LB.12C ShrimpKRAFT . . 12.01.PKG. $279

VAN CAMP BEANEE VINE RIPE TYSON CHICKEN, BEEF OR TURKEY FRENCH ,

Weenee . 3 CANS 8'01. $100 Tomatoes . LB.39c Pot Pie . 4 Sis. $1 Dressing . 2 BOTTLE Bol 88C .

SAVE 6c THRIFTY. MAID TOMATO RED DELICIOUS ASTOR THRIFTY MAIDCorned i

And checking Juice 2 46.01.CANS $100 Apples I . 4 BAG LB.. 69C Orange Juice 3 Ss $1 Beef .'12'01.CAN $129 .f
U twice to
DIXIE DARLING BROWN 'N SERVE CLUSTER FRESH FLORIDA FOX DE LUXE HAMBURGER CHEESE OR SAUSAGE

wish ourcu3tomers and Rolls) 3 PKOS.$100;;; Avocados 4 FOR $1 Pizza . . "p-' 69C DESIGNER 5 11 Oz $1

SAVE 29c DIXIE DARING", BROWN 'N SERVE SEEDED FRESH HEADS SHOESTRING Glasseswith

friends a Rolls ,, 3 PKGS.10.01. $100 Lettuce . LB. 15C Potatoes . 3 IV..LB.PKGS. $1 GLASSES .free coaster

Merry Christmas ... .................... 111 ..III.....111....---11-------.---- --

; ; EXTRA ; EXTRAd71

EXTRI GREEN STAMPS I IEXTRl EXTRA AH GREEN STAMPS I I .JK GREEN. STAMPS... I -4'Jl.. ....GREEN...... STAMPS. .... ;
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HIM .. .*.. CWOM AM.MIKMAM W ............*COWMM'N....e....O* WIIM wl.......&OVPOM AMA MJICM.M Of ItM Mwt ONE 10-os. JAR / / ONE 96 01 BTl. TWO e6-e.. CANS 2 IB. CUPSUPERBRAND '
FOLDER'SInstant c THREE 38 01. BUS. 1 DOWNY FABRICSoftener c THRIFTY MAIDGrapefruit CREAMED
t CLOSED Coffee Chek Drinks Juice ; Cottage Cheese ;
DEC.25&26 GOOD THRU DEC. 31 I i GOOD THRU DEC. 31 ;,:..". GOOD THRU DEC 31 1 GOOD THRU DEC. 31 GOOD THRU DEC. 31 c f
No. 31 .,.M.K., ., ....? No. 52.,..,,..,.. ., No. 53, No. 54 .. 55 *T VOIII IOCM WINHBI.'*
.. KENTUCKY FRIED

,; CHICKEN E X-TRA : EXTRA ; EXTRA : EXTRA ; EXTRA

I -4- GREEN STAMPS I .4'Ji. GREEN STAMPS I I 6.-H GREEN STAMPS .d71... ..GREEN....... STAMPS I .-4-,... GREEN..... STAMPS. ;
I Charlie and Win*Mtwt.AN>MUMM AMO MMKNAM W ....N.............___...[..N M ,1 MIM M 1.......tOWMM..0 MtKMAM M .Ypl AM.fuMMAM It* M-N1N1 -- KKKN M ,
1;..,.. THREE ]-o.. PKGS. ONE QUARTER SLICED 1- ONE 1201. CAN ONE U-o.. SARA LEE THREE 60. CANS
t Sybil Bruweli LAND Of FROST SLICED HICKORY 1 MINUTE MAID WALNUT OR GOLDEN MINUTE MAIOGrapefruit
I Chipped Meats Smoked Ham Orange Juice Layer Cake Juice ,
GOOD THRU DEC. 31 GOOD THRU DEC. 31 I 1 GOOD THRU DEC. 31 GOOD THRU DEC. 31 c
I 964. 126 1 No. 56 .,,<, ,?., .,......, 1 No. 57.. THRU. DEC....31,..1 No. 58 GOOD. ,. ., .,t No. 59T ,.?.(.... ....wtit. No. 60., .-?.,.
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Cameras! 74j 1 All Appliance
blenders, can
brand irons
pocket Instamatic 10, 15 and 20! Top and -all reduced
more
Polaroid Square Shooters, and more'. openers,

AH Christmas cards, trees,


-.; J holiday decorations! It

Evirvthlne priciit t* t T A hiiet as$ rtmt if btxit carls plus Scitch pint trtisahrmlnunutrMs -
; candles, rnamtnts anliht* (w In4 rv ant tut! Stash them away fer
next Christmas -> ant save1!

% OFF I T SS liZ

OFF
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Appliances! /

personal Schick shavers for men, ladies,! Hair dryers, I I r Every Pallet
more
curling irons, hot combs


i e Any toy priced $5 and over! .

What a theict, what a savintf Dells talttt: Baly Alive, 24" an* 32" walker fells,
Itack ant white! Famtus Fisher-Price ttys) Ctnstruetitn sets, teel tables, Smash UpDeriy
sets, trucks and trains!

Any toy under $SDtlls

.
2SOFF ,, cames, plush pets, play ctekware, dells, trucks,
: .., / phtnts, ride sets, tanks, feethalls, basketballs, ..'
ereemlnt sets, battery teethbrushes, mererUSKE5tTHlKESt OFF

lIadios Clock radios r'd'Electronics!b AND WAGONS NOT INCLUDED! All, Framed pictures Boxes'

bor ers, .wa/kle/ alkihonos'h cassette tape re: Jewelry
morel rad r mol'; Assorted gifttvare! / ar d

ijiji Save halt teday? Wall mirrers, mirrer tilt setsf papiermache '
kanks Spanish wee* ernaments class an* : OFF
ceramic vases, beer steins, brush sets, mere?
__


r MEN'S DOUILE KNIT s
POLYESTER SLACKS r SLIPPERS FOR THE FAMILY MISSES'BLOUSES WITH
x LONG OR ROLLUPSLEEVES /
e
WAS Lit... NOWl.2t
ALL WOMEN'S WAS 2M? NOW LSIwAsl
t... NOW 1.98
MEN'S FAMOUS MAKER SLIPPERS OFF

DRESS SLACKS ,!. f
j MISSES' COOL TANK TOPS r
3.63 / ALL MEN'SSLIPPERS 30


MEN'S TOP IRANDATT

LE JACKETS ALL CHILDREN'S %
25
Ya 4.64 / SLIPPERS OFF MISSES' ACRYLIC CARDIGANS
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CARDIGAN MEN'S ACRYLIC1 SWEATERS 1M L


.6.71 :: / i I ALL MEN'S SHOES \ MISSES SLEEPWEAR REDUCED
FOR SPORT AND DRESS
Iroshed f own*,were 2>29*1.(6
MEN'S FISHERMAN Slipons and oxfords in genuine leoth- ) Long leg pj's, w r Irtt"-2.96 r
.Jd KNIT PULLOVERS I ther, wet look vinyl, suede. Knit w OFF / Peignoir sets, were3M": 2.96 1 /
'7 kicker casuals on sale too!'
i 25N'S /
N 033
y f GIRLS' SWEATERS I BLOUSES
1 Acrylic cardigans, pullevers
ALL WOMEN'S SHOESCASUALDRESSSTYLE = were J.9C 4.91"... now 2.96 ,
ACRYLIC ii, r
IHIS SWEATERS Poly )f r-cotton blouses.
.. 1.00-i4S
whole closet full these were l,2t'LJf. now
Buy a at
ma 25MEN'S savings! Smart dress shoes, sporty OFF li' I Ia It
T. / styles, plus sandals.ALL .

ry NECK TURTLE PULLOVERS tV I. :u'w.:4' : : PANTS. r

I -ii CHILDREN'S SHOES! were IiK2.49"now* 1.46V J Ii
i5.98 : : were 2.M now 1.96GIRLS'
ALL BOYS' COWBOY

\ \ MEN'S SLEEVELESS AND HARNESS BOOTS % 1i 1i2e97

SWEATER VESTS SLEEPWEAR
r OFF Brushed acetate-nylon / rl
long or pajamas,
,. were gowns 2.M ... now 1.96

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1 ArAr :- County Agents By FORESTRY


.i.ik notebook Taylor BObby ,, r: : IN BRADFORD COUNTY


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Even though better weather and the holiday season has
GOOD WILL y + I li caused more activity and things that need to be done, there is
still time for you to reduce the amount of taxes you have to Christmas comes but once a

TOWARD r r pay for 1974.Income year but people raise Christ-
mas trees all year long! In
m tax management involves doing things to legally Canada it !is said that they
MEN avoid paying unnecessary taxes. Your object should be to begin to cut Christmas trees in
maximize your net worth and keep taxable income at approximately July. Whether this is true or
the same level year after year.If not, Christmas tree production -
C has become a multi-
you are on the cash! basis of reporting income and expenses million dollar business
and your tax year ends December 31, you should relying entirely on the arrivalof
consider the following methods of reducing taxable income if one day. In various parts of
you were fortunate to have a good farming year. our country people use differ-
ent species of trees to
Increase capital gain income If you must sell, take advantage decorate their homes!:!
of the capital gain law since only 50 percent of the Naturally, folks have always
Lands Prize gain is taxable. Land, timber and machinery will likely gone for the evergreens, a tradition
GrouperThe
qualify if held six months. Most farmers! are paying too much started centuries ago.
tax on breeding livestock. Cattle and horses acquired after
1969 must be held for 24 months to qualify. All other livestock The most common speciesnow
: 18-pound grouper at right won the honor of "largest such as hogs, qualify if held for breeding for 12 months. grown for Christmastrees
fish caught for the day" to 12-year-old Michael Whiff en, son in the eastern U. S.
of Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Whiff en of Starke. Mike landed the Delay sale of crops and livestock until January 1. You may seems to be Scotch Pine Blue
r prize catch while fishing/ with a party off Maxport recently. want to enter into a deferred sales contract to sell now and and White Spruce, and
/ At left is a 12-pound amberjack also caught by Mike during report the income in 1975. A written contract specifying all Balsam Fir. Other trees
the outing. the details of the contract such as parties involved, date of grown for this purpose are

-.. delivery, date of payment, amount of product,etc, is a must. White Pine, Red Spruce
Frazier Fir, Red Cedar, and
/ Use installment sales method on the sales of breeding Arizona Cypress. All of these

1' HOME livestock, machinery, timber and farmland if there is an trees make fine decorations in
NOTES & opportunity to make a big profit. This election ivill allow you the home during Christmas if
to spread the gain over a period of years if the payment in the they have been cared for
KATHY BROWNAt year of the sale does not exceed 30 percent of the selling properly! throughout their
price. lives.

Christmas we need to Pay current accounts due before your tax year ends. These
GIVETHANKS
pause and collect our thoughtsof expenses are the ones most often overlooked and easiest to do Nobody can really say
..rrSuccess the past year and meditateon AT CHRISTMAS: when it comes to tax planning. Monthly accounts for such which tree is the "best
all we have to be thankfulfor. by Ruth Harris items as fuel, feed supplies, electricity, machinery parts, Christmas trees They all have
It is also a time when we As we move into this Christmas etc., should be paid before December 31. Also, there may be good and bad points. Typical
get caught up in the hustle and season, let us be gratefulfor other items of expense such as interest, farm property taxes, comments heard at any
bustle of the season and some attorney fees, and storage and trucking expenses. Christmas tree lot are: "1
times lose sight of the true .the devine gift of life. don't like that ont it has
A of Christmas. Pay reasonable cash wages to your children for work sharp needles" or "That's the
meaning
StoryHe .Our parents, teachers, performed on the farm or in the business. A parent does not tree for me. It has the fullnessof
clergyman, and friends who have to pay social security tax on cash wages paid to a a Christmas tree," Well it
This week I want to express have helped build our dependent child until the child reaches age 21. Be sure your all boils down to personaltaste.
some thoughts about Christmas character. child uses his social security number when depositing the With proper pruning,
what it is, and what we ..the gallant pilgrims money in savings or in the bank. Also, the account should be any tree can be turned Irom a
have to be thankful for. These daring explorers andpioneers in the child's name and not yours. Records should be "skinny feather" into a full
were written by others, much and the fighters for available if questioned by IRS to show days worked and formed beauty. The red cedar I
was just one of the "underprivi- and pride his humble way would serve better than I could do. Won'tyou treedom through all history. wages paid.If often a tall spindly tree when : :
leged".born in a desolate spotnot in a only to make him an enemy of some. pause with me for a left alone, can be a very desirable .
modern maternity ward, or even with moment to give considerationto .work because work. is love time permits before December 31, do needed repair to decoration with two or
these ideas? made visible. your machinery, equipment, farm buildings and tenant three prunings in the last one
the roof of what could be called a "home"over Unknown to most men, unheraldedand houses. of its
.joys, sorrows, successes or two years growth.
his head. unhonored for nine-tenths of his life C1IRISTM: ,
Cedars here Florida!
failures health grown
,
opportunities,
Christmas is faith in all
betrayed by even his closest companion, that is good in your the world..- challenges, faith and hope. Doing timely soil conserving practices now will provide a are cut at about five years of
He was born in poverty with not even he never attained the worldly success Christmas is the selfless spiritof .the of the tax deduction and will likely increase your profits next year. age. Some of the northern
beauty
earth. Buying seed, lime and fertilizer to add a cover crop or spruce and are 10 to 13
pines
midwife let alone and riches of others who for others. Christmasis
the benefit of a a many were doing
,the circle of human love prevent soil erosion is an ordinary farm expense. years old when cut
doctor. born that day. But he continued on his laughter and friend-
man for woman, child for
The world he was born into was in a way because he wanted to... he felt he ship..and cheer..And the it is spreading the of parents, neighbor for neigh- Buy ahead on farm supplies. Buy needed machinery and I want to wish everyone a

messmaybe a little bettermaybe a had to, because no one else could fill the wonder of guileless child- bor love is not limited to equipment now, if old or worn out machinery is going to be very Merry Christmas and : '

little 'worse than the mess we are in need of the poor, the rejected, the op- hood...Christmas'is the sweet one's family, one's race, one traded before the next crop year. Happy !New<; Year. And j'

today. But the people of that time were pressed, the sick and the wounded, and joy of families united...It is creed or one country. Once your tax period is over, opportunities for tax Christmas remember to trees.enjoy It your took .. I:
the tender thatyou're ...the of
to another empire's and the aging. knowledge gift God's Son limited.
subject power loved whose management are very Check with your tax Mother Nature and man main
There little love by some birthday we celebrate.If specialists about these and other ideas he have to for
tyranny. was or concern may years to grow that tree just
..And that have
And the needs of the rich and one. you some
for one's fellowman in the land. Burdensome prosperous one to love...Christmas is you can give but one gift reduce taxes. Do it before it's too late. you!
too. The powerful, when they this Christmas it be that of
taxes were being imposed by a believing in prayer..and the .
strayed. The lest being humble and grateful to
oppressors, they
Power that it..Plusthe
the who answers
from across seas ran
despot those who have meant so
continue to oppress. The greedy, lest right to sing of your .belief '
their .much to in life. Makea yirvfrx fq '" frn
country. you your fin. : )
they become greedier And the proud, in the way of your list.of all these people and qrO

lest; they forget who they really were, or choice..Christmas is all the why you are grateful to them.If .
this kind of world to free for..Letus
Certainly, was no things men fight
from whom their abilities possible write a letter to
bring a helpless little child into. came. keep it shining for all the them telling them of your

Especially one without a normal start in Somehow, too, his parents knew. And world. gratitude.LETTERS .

life, who would have to lift himself up by when they helped him grow to manhood, tt

his bootstraps to make something of his they nurtured him on what little they O

life. had to eat. They gave him life and love. 95tt"

And, in turn, for all men, he gave life and TO

Poor, unsuspecting child! Little did he love in great abundance- lla;

know that day he would be cursed
one
called him Jesus. tl
They THE EDITOR.
and whipped and held up to scorn. ..
Neither did he know that whenever he
We celebrate his birthday once again _
tried to speak of love and truth and this Christmas of 1974. r ,

goodness he would be mocked. Like

who would later he would
many come N.N" TTE DECISION PROTESTEDDear
find that in a world of greed and power --Author unknown PRAISEDEDITOR

Editor:

Bradford County Telegraph: This >ear's Christmas
I Trimming FatThe Parade was just wonderfuland
The famed playwright, I am proud to say that two
Samuel Beckett, once of my sons rode horses with
remarked, "Habit is a great the Bradford Roping Club.
current layoffs by the automobile director of business affairs, director of deadener." Theatregoers in

industry due to the economic slowdownis business management, general super- Starke last week were offereda But there is one thing I
visor in of instruction change of pace at the StarkeWomen's would like to protest. The
beginning to reach into other fields, charge and Club in the Roping Club said they were
with some cities starting to trim employees director of materials center with duties production of NO, NO, going to award a trophy to the
and even some school systems similar to those of purchasing and ware NANNETTE. Those who youngest rider Billbo Forsythis

beginning to retrench in order to con housing.It attended the play found it four years old, but they
possible to re-discover the gave the trophy to a sixyear.old. .Again
serve funds. sounds as if Columbia County werea excitement and fun that a play .
bit topheavy in supervisory school can generate without havingto
The School Board of Columbia Countyhas positions, and doubtless, with the proposed make a trek to a distant They said that they could We wish !you and !your
announced abolishment of eleven streamlining of administrativestaff city. not give the trophy to the four-
year-old because of the lead family a generous share of
administrative and supervisory positions an efficient and effective operationof It was stimulating entertainment I had on the for
and plans to adopt policies out the schools still be with much of the rope pony tH
can maintained.It safety reasons. I was afraid all its many blessings.!
credit to its director,
lining new streamlined administrativestaff going that the sirens, bands, and
to meet present economic condi is hoped that President Ford will Richard Jockeland its automobile horns would scare
producer, Marilyn Vellenga.
tions. come up with some effective proposalsfor The result was a spirited the pony, and it was just a precaution
Congress in January to revitalize the presentation.As against Billbo being

include economy before job layoffs reach really hurt.
The abolished posts : super- a singularly sensitive
visor of elementary education, directorof serious proportions. But a little cuttingoff observer I choose not to be a 1 would think that the Brad

secondary education, supervisor of art of fat, while painful in some degree to critic of the performances of ford Hoping Club would be
.
and music, supervisor of health and those affected, might prove a healthful members of the cast; mainly, pleased that this safety precaution / elegra ph
of move, and might provide some relief for to spare some individuals was taken.
physical education, supervisor pur-
distress, and to save myself
whose burden shows no signof On the home Billbo saidto
federal taxpayers way
chasing and warehousing, projects from chagrin. The play did not _
me, "Mama, where is 1; I
administrator, reading supervisor recession.Expensive pretend to be professional and trophy" my /// p
the participants know their Zaii
faults all too well. It remains --Joan ForsythThe h
nevertheless, in its frayed mother of Billbo
I ErrorOf way: a change of pace that
brought welcomed relief to

this community.. I, for one, SERVICE MENAirman %
the 697 bills passed by the 1974 the 1974 session. One bill required a roll. was impressed with the local ;
talent. From the start it came .
back of millage levies, and another ..
Legislature almost 400 cleared either one
alive, richly mirthfully, and
(Hand
one or both houses during the final required school boards to levy a higher poignantly. It was nappy, Is Honor Graduate
hectic two days of the session. millage in order to quality for state never dragging or dull or
assistance. slowstarting. It moved. WICHITA FALLS, Tex. -
Newly elected House Speaker Donald The son of a Hampton couplehas ORiA4
Tucker has pledged to slow the legislative In announcing his decision Tucker The prose, the humor ana been assigned to MacDilI > CDU.O
said the result of to railroad hun- songs were woven together in AFB in Florida following his
and eliminate this 11th hour trying
process a fast-paced evening of just atiliiW
graduation with honor from
frenzy of bill-passing which has resultedin dreds of bills through the final hours of plain fun. Although the play the jet aircraft mechanic a J itIJ:
the session results in "too ill-con did not offer social
numerous errors due to the inabilityof many any strong course at Sheppard AFB. Tex.
legislators to familiarize themselveswith ceived ideas becoming law. comment it was filled with Airman Clifford R. Hand, 1973
in infectious humor and son of U. S. Army Sergeant BOB,G. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER
legislation they were passim Whether or not the new speaker is nostalgia. I hope that all First Class and Mrs. Walter gr10N Publishers

such haste. successful in his efforts remains to be persons the responsible for R. Hand, received specialized Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke Fla. under Act
will
putting play together
in the maintenanceand
We understand that two conflictingbills seen.' It is hard to lick entrenched be encouraged by the training servicing multi-engine jet of March 3. 1879.

which have caused so much con- customs, and it has long been the customto significant affirmation oi aircraft. He will serve with a Subscription rate In trade area: $6 per year: $3.50 six months.
fusion in the Florida tax picture were pass a huge backlog of bills during the their work and offer the unit of the Tactical. Air Outside trade area: $? per year: $4,00 six months.
community of Starke future 964-6305 Starke. Fla
final hours of a session. Command.The Phone
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and the right
the result of such an error, presentations. in
hand not knowing what the left hand But the new speaker should receivethe -Erik T.Johnson. 1974 from airman Bradford graduated County

was doing in the frenzied last minutes of ,backing of ,an. informed public. Starke High School, Starke. ( fq t.G. k tF4. \. fck
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rallied to a 65-53 win over BUS has victories over Lake
visiting Hawthorne last Butler 56-49, Buchholz 48.46

Curtis Sirmones drags two Monticello tacklers, refusing to final game of high' school ball, the only one this season in ago Saturday night to close out Macclenny 62-19, Ocala Forest
before Christmas Holidayswith 40-35() and Hawthorne 65-53 so T'4k'
down easily The t'C running star gained 171 yards in his losing cause a 5-0 record. far this season. Eastside was t' r
a1T
"We arc real pleased to win scheduled to play BUS in the
and this is the first game that opener but the game was
we have put together four cancelled because of the state
State Grid Title Washed decent quarters," says Head football playoffs.
BUS Basketball Coach Mike Bradford jumped ahead 14-6
Sexton. in the first quarter. The lead
Wayne Berry led the Tornadoes was boosted by the shooting of
with 21 points. Berrywas Wayne Berry. Berry hit four
20-7 Monticello hot from the outside baskets, along with a foul shot
Away By making most of his shots from by James Aldridge and a 10
10 to 15 feet out. Senior Donnie footer by Hampton, straight ina
Sewell was next in line with 18 row for the lead. Aldridge hit
MONTICELLO Union the Tigers from Jefferson ball in in two plays, going 15 Lake Buller drove 47 yard points. Sewell also led in the first two points for BUS ona
High saw its dreams of a state drove 77 yards in 18 tough yards around right end for the line to the Monticello six yard rebounding with 17. 15 footer.
grid title washed away Friday plays for a 6-0 score as the third Monticello TD. Quarter line to open the second half, "This was a good game to All Hawthorne's scoring in
night before the determined first period ended most of the back Butch Barnes ran the but QB Danny Hazen again end with, before the Christ the first quarter was done by
running game of the powerful yardage coming in three and two point conversion around came unglued from the foot. mas break, and we are hopingto Paul Jenkins. The Hornets
Jefferson County Tigers who four yard bites as the Union the end and Monticello led 20-0 ball and Monticello's Wayman smooth out alot of things played a tighter game in the
took advantage of UC County defense hung in and with 2:41: left in the first half. (See Page 13)) during the vacation," says second quarter but the
mistakes for three first half played hard hitting football. Tornadoes still outplayed
touchdowns to roll to a 20-7 Halting Lake Butler at them 19.16 for a 33.22 halftime
win for the Class 2A state midfield in the second period. BRADFORD lead. s,
football championship. Monticello drove 74 yards in f MNciim_ cot Berry's shooting boosted by c
Previously undefeated Lake eight plays for its second If shots by Hampton Sewell and a
Butler found a Monticello touchdown for a 12-0 advantage & p4 Sorts Sheldon Hodge put the Tor-
offensive line that blocked as David Alexander nadoes in front at halftime.
hard as Union County and getting the TD two yards out. Both teams had trouble
maybe harder and a Mon Big play was a 48 yard run by scoring at the first of the third
ticello delense which hit as senior running back Garrett '',..12 December 26. 1971 quarter the scoring settled at DnnnieSewrll Roes up even with somebody in (ho say for
hard as the UC defense and Proctor, leading Monticello 35-24 with 6:44: left in the
a two pointer for 111 IS lust Saturday night against IliiuIhorne. -
maybe harder and quick as ground gainer of the night period. .
the UC defense maybe with 123 yards in 18 carries. BUS then hit six quick
quicker.Instead. Battery mate Woodrow Wrestlers Beat Central In 2nd MatchScott points off two jump shots by
of Union High Huggins gained 91 yards in 20 Hodge sandwiched around a Union Fall
driving for the first touchdown carries. 10 footer by Sewell. Jenkinshit Cagers
and getting the momentum of Lake Butler could not move Bradford High wrestlersbeat Thursday at the Bradford pinned by Porter. a basket for III! then
I he game it was Monticello. and Billy Cain punted 29 yardsto visiting Palatka Central High gym.Winners. Bradford's next meet will be Sewell moved down the court
Instead of Lake Butler turning the Monticello 45. M..this 37-22 last Thursday to even after the Christmas Holidayson for a quick lay up for BUS and 74-60 To New Smyrna
other people's errors into Groover took in the boot and their record to 1.1 after fallingto for BUS were: 107 January 6 at Gainesville the score moved to 43-26 with
touchdowns it was Mon- tip toed down the sideline on a Palatka South in the first pound class Frankie Crews, High School starting at 7 p.m. 3:02: left in the third quarter. An early lead turned aroundfor first period then fell hack 35.30
I lice 110 35 yard return to the UC 20, match of the year. by forfeit; 114 pound Dan BUS 4-0-B Union hasketballers and behind Smyrna by halftime.
Recovering Danny Hazen's setting up the third Jefferson BUS won eight out of the 12 Hiddick by a pin; 121 pounds (Wayne-)Hampton 10-1-21() ; Willis; Berry Berry !New; Smyrna beat t the Tigers Perry was Union's high
I tumble on an option keeper! County TD. Hugeins; ran theMUFFLERS weight classes in the meet last Tommy 128 pound Meng- Keith pinned Kirchaine Banks;, 1-0-2; Sewell 8-2-18; Hodge 4-0- 74-fi(> in !New; Smyrna last scorer with 17 points followedby
Saturday night. Maxwell with 10) points.
8 Aldridge 2-2-6; Bright 1-0-2;
us 30'' N. STARKE, FLA. pinned Haulerson; 134 pounds ; The loss closes the Tigersout "We started out good
Ross 0-0-0; Freen0-0-0() () ; Moody
Earl Biggs, by decision over for the Christmas vacation them. The second
S & W MUFFLER SHO!PS Strickland 147 000.() Totals 30565. against
; pounds Joe Hawthorne-Henderson 7-0- with a 1.4 record. The Tigers quarter was a big quarter for
INDEPENDENT DEALERA Lazenby by decision over 14; Manns 2-2-6; Starke 3.7.13; only win was over P. K. Yonge them." says Head Tiger
French; 157 pounds Willie Zavada in the third game of the Coach Jimmy Thomas. "They
be Jenkins 4-2-10; 1-1-3;
Perry decision
Q U over Jenkins (WI) 419. Totals 21- season. are pretty big and the main
1BQAKES Perry; unlimited Tommy 1353. Union jumped to an early difference in the game was the
Edwards by pin over Ilinkle. Scorn By Quarter. lead in the game behind the free throw shooting."
Loses on the BHS side were- BHS 14 1 19 16 16 65 scoring of Boysie Perry and !NS; rebounded the Tigers
II Y0 100 pound class Ricky Hall, t HH 6 16 10 23 53 Joe Muxuoll. The Tigers were 5(>--U> "I don't think that is had
by decision to Langley; 1441 ahead 12-10: at the end of the considering how"big they were
compared to us, commented
STARTERS SHOCKS pound class! Craig Buhler.
Thomas. "Maxwell: and Perry
pinned by Bennett; 169 pounds
GENERATORS PH. 964-5677 ELECTRIC' Andrew Knight, pinned bY' both played real good andeverybody
ALTERNATORS CUSTOM TAIL PIPE BENDING PARTS i Merritt; 187 pounds Wayne -J on the team
played.
"After the holidays I think
we will be able to play with
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anyone in our league. compitVited -
i... ))0., '"" h r.. Thomas. ,
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1 he Tigers open up ffie new
year against ('h1l'lland!
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Title Washed Away..... (From Page 12) Aluminum Scrap

Gilley recovered. Proctor got the first down in business again from its 26 Toll Free Phone
Union County finally got on the first big clash of wills yard line.Huggins. n I
the Scoreboard on a 71 yard between the two forewalls. got Monticello's Service AvailableTAMPA
drive in 11 plays as the fourth Proctor got the next first initial first down on runs of
period opened. Fullback Andy down around left end on seven and three yards out to A statewide toll
Howard got the score from a another third and three situa- the36. Then came the long run free information service on
yard out and Sirmones added tion, before Freemon White of the night when Proctor how to recycle household alu-
the extra point with a powerful slowed him down and line- broke loose over right tackle minum scrap has been Ini-
kick. But Monticello came backer Billy Cain made the and went 48 yards to the Union tiated by Reynolds Metals
back with a strong offensive stop. Monticello marched High 16 before Freemon White Company.By .
t effort to the clock up and across the 50 three and four pulled him down. dialing 1-800-282-7797 any
secure its second state title in yards at a time. At the Tiger From the 16, Huggins ran week day between 8 a.m.and 5
two years. 45 Huggins got another first left end for five yards and p.m. from anywhere in
Monticello was state Class down when he needed a yard Proctor got six yards to the Florida a person may deter-
AA champion two years ago. by swinging wide when a holeat five yard line where Jimmy mine the most convenienttime
Last year Jefferson Countywas right tackle closed. Huggins Mobley stopped him. Barneslit and place where he can
IIIt has been some 10 simply drove forward for the out around right end but got receive 15 cents a pound for
years since the Tigers from first while being tackled. only two yards, to the three, household alunimun scrap.
Jefferson have had a losing Huggins rambled 16 yards before Curtis Sirmones Reynolds buys the scrap
I Fci season. They won their first from the 37 before LB's Buddy pushed him out of bounds. from the public at 62 locations
state title back in 1965, and Florida.
Perry, the last man between Then QB Hazen fumbled the throughout
34L
have developed a football Huggins and the goal, made football and Monticello "With the growing interestin
1 1 tradition. the stop. QB Barnes went recovered, saving what recycling we are constantly
Lake Butler looked tough at appeared locations and
around left end for a big 9V4 a sure touchdown. adding new
the game's opening when yards and Freemon White revising our mobile unit
Jimmy Mobley tackled the knocked him out of bounds at The Union High Tiger footballers schedule to better serve the
-q kickoff returner at the Jefferson the Lake Butler 12. Hugginsgot finished the season 12- public," Paul S. Hayden, Rey-
23. UC held Woodrow a first down at the eight 1, the best in the school's nolds' regional recycling
Huggins to 2>/2 in two plays yard line, going up the middle history. Monticello finished manager says.
Sheldon Hodge signs a'full'I football and Cedric Warren stopped four yards before defensive Class AA state champion witha Hayden added that Flori-
scholarship from
Florida A&M In front of Bradford Head QB Butch Barnes around left tackle David Brannen made 12-1 record also. The 7-6 loss dians are recycling aluminumat
and A&M Coach Allen Boggan. Coach David llurse end short of a first down at the the stop. was to Class 3A Taylor County Monticello quarterback Bruce Barnes flies down the side the rate of nearly a million
36.Coach Cedric Warren held Proctorto (Perry) coached by present line and Is knocked out of bounds by a hard lick from Union and a half pounds a month.
Jack Jones' chargestook Just a yard on first down, Monticello Coach Max linebacker Freemon White at the LB six yard line. Barneswas Recycling centers are
A&M over the ball at their own and QB Barnes slipped down Valinski's former head coach. knocked all the way Into a fence some 15 feet away. located in Tampa, Miami,
Hodge Signs 34 and began driving the foot- running wide to the right end, Jacksonville and Pensacola.
ball. Monticello gave Lake losing a yard back to the eight.
Butler the middle all night Then came Garrett Proctoron Named I Want to know where and
Grid long, concentrating on a power play around left Bishop how you can recycle your all-
ScholarshipSenior stopping the vaunted Curtis end for four yards.Tim White- aluminum beverage cans and
Sirmones.They succeeded foi head stopped the powerful other household aluminum
Sheldon Hodge David Hurse. the most part, holding Sir- runner at the four yard line. Pro At Keystone scrap? Call, toll free, 1-800-
signed a full football "He is very deserving. He mones to 171 yards in 15 On four down QB Barnes ta 2827797.
scholarship with Florida A&M has worked hard for a carries on the wet field. How rolled to his right and passedto Harold last Thursday after a suc- scholarship and the whole much the rain hurt was a Proctor for the touchdownin Orange Park has been hiredas raised in Starke, attended
cessful football career at coaching staff is pleased that question everybody on the the flat. A Barnes pass to Golf Professional of the Bradford County High School
Bradford High School. he is going to have the opportunity Monticello sideline was wide receiver Nathaniel Keystone Golf and Country and is a graduate of Florida
Hodge, a defensive end to play on a wondering. Butler for a two point conver- Club effective January 1, 1973. State University. He and his
signed the contract after the scholarship," says Coach "If it was dry, you'd reallysee sion was complete, but the LB For the past month, board wife, Wanda have two boys -
request of Coach Allan 11 urse. something, a Monticellofan secondary pushed Butler out members and directors of the ages two and four.
Boggan. Teammate Donnie said of runningbacks of bounds before he reachedthe club have been interviewing Increasing tournaments and
Sewell is expected to sign witha "Within the next few weeksI Woodrow Huggins and goal. candidates for the position of holding clinics are some of the
major Southeastern Con- feel Sewell will be signing up Garrett Proctor. '''Both did Monticello led 6-0 with 46 golf pro. Last Thursday night main objectives Bishop said
ference school soon, according with one of the southeastern pretty well in the rain Proctor seconds left in the first period. December 19, they selected he hopes to accomplish when
to Head BUS Coach teams," says Hurse. gaining 123 yards in 18 carries The packed Jefferson County Bishop to replace Pro Ed he takes over next month. He

----..---.-..-..- ....... and Huggins 85 yards in 18 ball park had witnessed some Rodgers who submitted his also said he is very interestedin
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carries. of the hardest hitting of the resignation in November after helping the junior membersof
Howard aided 'Lake Butler state championship game, serving five years as professional the club. "That and an
Profit Opportunity"B.F. with 85 yards, most all up the with the stocky, powerful of the club. active women's program is .3
middle. Proctor driving for yardagewith Bishop, 28, formerly Pro of the key to the success of every (Brcetinas
I men hanging on. Hugginsis Willow Lakes Country Club in club," stated Bishop.
LAKE BUTLER MONTICELLO not as stocky as Proctor but
Goodrich Tire II FlrjtDowni 13 is a compact and powerful 177
266 Yards Gained Rushing 270 to Proctor's 183, and
pounds,
Available"OPPORTUNITY 0 Yards Gained Pasting 4>
Dealership |200 PC PA PI 3.SO drives just as hard.It .
4 Fumbles 0 was the same story all
4 30 Punta 316 and
night long. Proctor
0 Yards Penalized 13
FOR AMBITIOUS Huggins would bang up the

QUALIFIED IN- Score By Quarters: middle or off tackle, and QB
LB 0 007-7 Barnes every third or fourth
DIVIDUAL.
EXCELLENT Mont. 6 14 0 0-20 play would run wide at one

PROFIT POTENTIAL, COM- Scoring end or the other. Monticello

PLETE LINE OF TIRES, BAT- M Proctor. 4 yard run. EP pass passed rarely, but Friday
tailed night Barnes was three for
TERIES, AUTOMOTIVE SUP- 'tailed M Alexander. 2 yard run. EP run five for 18 yards, and one pass rAnd -

PLIES, AND LIBERAL BILLING M Huggins,IS yard run.EP, Barnes was for the first touchdown. ,
LB's Sirmones returned the
CYCLE. QUALIFIED STAFF run.LB Howard one yard run. EPSirmones Monticello kick off to the LB best wishes (for a

SPECIALISTS IN MERCHANDISING 1 'kick.Monticello. T 30 yard line, a 16 yard return. ,
turned the game Sirmones carried on the first With warm appreciationto happy meaningful holiday.Loudon ,

TRAINING around right there and took three plays from scrimmage, our friends and
PROMOTIONS AND ALL PHASESOF the momentum. From his 23 getting seven yards over left patrons. Our constant
THE TIRE BUSINESS. Woodrow Huggins went seven tackle, then two, and then ran r ;
tackle aim is to serve
yards over left tackle on a eight yards over right
MINIMUM $20,000 INVESTMENT. delayed counter play before with Jefferson County you well.
WRITE OR CALL W. BISHOP ORH. UC linebacker Freemon White tacklers laying his path for a r 'S
and Jimmy Mobley made a Union High first down at the
CHANEY 3719 BLANDING stop. Garrett Proctor slam- LB 47. Refusing to go down Curtis Sirmones draws a crowd Stan's Bootery
Andy Howard took up where quickly at the Monticello 15 yard line. Monticello keyed on Beauty ShopMr.
BLVD. JACKSONVILLE FLA. med up the middle in a big
Sirmones the entire the middle to stop Sir
clash of the lines of the two top Sirmones left off, with runs of night giving up
PHONE (9047442211.) 3T 1/9 Class AA teams in the state. It 4,11, and 5 yards up the open mones and Lorenzo Griffin wide. Stanley & Miriam
middle. UC drove to the And Mrs.
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Monticello 28 yard line, but GOQ4QOO0000VQOOCtOOOv Mathis
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then disaster struck. Under I i Arthur Loudon
pressure from the Monticello I DeWitt C. Jones i
defense, QB Hazen threw a I I II i Mary Lawson
pitch out over Sirmones'head. I I IJ i
7fIlOOGto Sirmones recovered the loose J I I II I II Funeral Home i Peg Richardson 964-5780
ball but LB lost 15 yards, backto I I II i
the 43. On third down from I [ STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL i i Myrtle Young
the 43 Hazen threw a screen I
pass to Joe Maxwell, but Rhea Hamilton
Maxwell slipped down HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS i
avoiding a Monticello back A CRUTCHES i
coming up fast for another KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
loss, of five yards, back to the i
alii' 48. LB's Cain was forced to PHONE 473-3176
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Page 14 TELEGRAPHs December 26, 1914LelJals ---
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: After the
- Friday evening.
CHURCH ACTIVITIES dinner all of them attended a
Church of God: Sunday LAWTEYby Christmas program at the
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Church of God.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO architect, by depositing day of December, 1974.GILBERTS vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Mae Wells and Miss
REGISTER therewith 2500. Deposit from YPE and Prayer Meeting Elizabeth Terry Arthurlne Blanchard visited
NAME general contractors will be BROWNAs Saturday at 7:30: ,
FICTITIOUS p.m
her sister at Macclenny on
Northside happy that will be closer
they
refunded upon submission of Clerk of Said Court Baptist Church: Mrs. Jennie Lastinger and
Pursuant to Section 865.09 bona fide bid and return of said By: Beulah M. Moody Faith Baptist Church i Sunday School 9:45: a.m. daughters, Mrs. Virgil Griffis home since they are expectingtheir Thursday afternoon.Mrs. .
Pierce Crews spent
Is here- plans and contract documents, 12/194t 1/9 Radio Program over WPXE Worship Services 11 a.m. and and Mrs. Maines Griffis, of first child in February.Mr. .
Florida Statutes, notice in good condition, within ten Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible 7 p.m Prayer Meeting Wed- Palatka, and Alonzo Austin of and Mrs. Wm. Carlton Friday with her brotherinlaw -
by given that the undersignedStan days after date set for openingof School 10 a.m. Worship Ser nesday at 7 p.m.Christmas Daytona Beach, attended the and Miss Jennis Wasden of and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
116 St.
Cottney, Myrtle NOTICETo vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: Waldo Pringle, of Worthington
1241 bids. If general contractors p.m. program was funeral of his sisters, Mrs. Jacksonville were Wednesday
and Eddie Douglas business, desire more than one set of School of Bible Doctrine presented Dec. 22 at 7 p.m. Elizabeth Redding on' dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Springs.
Bradford St. doing plans and specifications, these All Interested Parties: Tuesday 8' p.m at Pastor's Thursday. O. J. Anders and Mrs. Pauline
under the firm name of "M & S
may be obtained by paying cost You will please take notice home. Prayer Meeting Wed Christmas Program Mrs Pauline O'Toole of Los O'Toole.
N. Ave.
TEXACO" 231 Bradford Temple County, of duplication, which will not be that the City Council of Hampton nesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Study Presented to PRA Angeles, California, arrived Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs Trees -
Starke, refundable. Fla. on January 14, 1975 at Grace United Methodist The Lawtey PTA met Sunday to spend the Holidayswith visited their brother, Shep
Florida 32091 Intends under to register the Subcontractors and material 8:00: p.m. at the City Hall in Sunday School 9:45 a. : Tuesday night at 7:30: p.m. her parents, Mr. and Roberts of Providence, on A Valuable
said fictitious m.
name
aforesaid statute. suppliers may purchase draw- Hampton, Florida will meet and Worship Services 11 a.m. and The Fourth grade presenteda Mrs. 0 J. Anders, and Thursday of last week.
of
provisions and Eddie ings and specifications from be heard on and will consider the 6:30: p.m. United Methodist Christmas Program under Brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Newell CommodityThe
Stan Cottney
sole architect by paying cost of following Ordinance titled "AN Fellowship 6:30: .m. and the direction of Mrs. Zeporah and Mrs. Bill Anders and and Mrs. Walter Martin were
p
Douglas owners. duplication and handling at rate ORDINANCE REGULATINGTHE Choir Practice at 7:30: Jennings.. Young and old! alike family.Mr. guests of her brotherinlawand value of trees to life
12/5 4t 12/26 p.m.
of $1.00 per sheet for drawingsand ERECTION, CON- Wednesday enjoyed the performance of and Mrs. Ernest Hewittof sister for a chow-mein quality in a community cannotbe
$5.00 per set for specifica- STRUCTION, ENLARGEMENT, United Methodist Women's the youngsters. Refreshmentswere Tallahassee, arrived on dinner on Thursday evening of measured in dollars and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF tions. ALTERATION, REPAIR, Christmas Party was held at furnished by several Sunday to spend the holidayswith last week. cents, say Extension foresters
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Bidders' qualifications must MOVING, REMOVAL, CONVERSION the home of Mrs. Geo. W mothers of the first grade.A their parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Steele of with the Florida Cooperative
OF FLORIDA AND FOR be satisfactory to Bradford DEMOLITION, Roberts, Sr., Starke, on Dec short order of business Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Livingston Tenn. arrived Extension Service.
BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE County Board of County Com- OCCUPANCY, EQUIPMENT, 17. Mrs. Frances Hamilton, was conducted discussing Miss Sandy Dobbs had Monday to spend the holidays Trees purify the air. And
NO. 74-322. missioners of Starke, Florida. USE, HEIGHT, AREA, AND vice-president, was in charge., projects to be undertaken by surgery on her mouth Thurs- with their son-in-law and while people and animals
MAINTENANCE OF the PTA. A list of ideas and will daughter,Mr. and Mrs. Lester and emit
Owner reserves right to waive Mrs. Coss,Mrs. Olin, and Mrs. were day appreciate the consume oxygen
IN RE: The Marriage of informalities in any bid and to BUILDINGS OR STRUCTURESIN Hamilton were in charge of presented to members of the prayers of her friends. Walker and family.Mr. carbon dioxide, growing trees
MARSHA N CRASS, accept any bid they consider to THE CITY OF HAMPTON, the program. After the PTA and passed by a majorityvote. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and Mrs. Earl Teston convert carbon dioxide to
Petitioner, be from lowest responsible FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR program, they revealed their Among these are permanent and family, and Mrs. Maines attended a Christmas party at wood and give off oxygen.
and bidder and to reject any and all THE ISSUANCE OF PERMITS prayer Partners. Refresh benches to be installed in Griffis and children of Camp Blanding on Friday Trees also cool and
JOHN HARLEY CRASS, bids. AND COLLECTION OF FEES ments were served to the 21 the school yard. Palatka, were Sunday dinner night for all the employees.Mr. humidify the air through
Respondent. THEREFORE; PROVIDING ladies present Merry Christmas to all. guests of their mother, Mrs. and Mrs. Waldo Pringleof transpiration, the process of
BRADFORD COUNTY BOARDOF PENALTIES FOR THE School will be out Dec. 20 until Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs Daisy Worthington Springs were releasing moisture through
NOTICE OF SUIT COUNTY COMMIS- VIOLATION THEREOF; Highland Baptist Church: Jan. 7 for the holidays. Boch and Lynn. Monday guests of their sister, leaves and needles Into
SIONERS, STARKE, FLORIDABy PROVIDING FOR THE Sunday School 9:43: a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Mrs Pierce Crews. surrounding air. On a hot daya
TO: JOHN HARLEY CRASS REPEALING OF ALL OR- Worship Services 11 a.m. and visited their cousins, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Newell young tree can transpire
Address Unknown : Ralph P. Bryan, Chairman DINANCES AND PARTS OF Prayer Meeting PERSONALSMrs. Mrs.P. L. Seaver, Jr. of Jack and Mrs. Walter Martin were seven tons of water. That
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Joyce Futch of Black- sonville, on Monday. hosts at a birthday dinner evaporation can produce the
YOU ARE HEREBY 12/193t 1/2 THEREWITH; AND PROVIDINGAN Christmas Program was shear, Ga., was a dinner guestof Les McClellan returned honoring Mr. and Mrs Sidney same cooling effect as 10 air
NOTIFIED that an action for EFFECTIVE DATE:" A copy presented Dec. 22 at 6 p.m. her sister, Miss Elizabeth home from Memorial Hospitalin Hansen on her birthday conditioners running 20 hours.

dissolution of marriage has been NOTICE OF of the proposed Ordinance may Terry, on Tuesday. She will Jacksonville, on Tuesday -------- ----
filed against you and you are SHERIFF'S SALE be inspected by the public priorto spend Christmas day with her afternoon We are glad to t70041t70L7ClOfJ000t90tgQpDAr ;
required to serve a copy of your Notice is hereby given that I, the meeting at the City Hall in son and daughter-in-law, Mr. report that he is better. CARE
written defenses, if any, to it on Dolph E, Reddish, Sheriff of Hampton, Florida. All interested and Mrs. Benton Futch and Monday guests of Mr. and
RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor Bradford County, Florida, under parties may appear at the family. Mrs. O. J. Anders and Mrs. CENTER
Petitioner, whose address is and by virtue of Writ of meeting on January 14 1975 Mrs. Buck Riddle and Mrs. O'Toole, were Mr. and Mrs. I FROM ARM BABIES
115 N. Walnut Street P.O. Box Execution to Wit: and be heard with respect to the Dell Loadholtz, of George- Charles Stainhouser and Miss ,1
995, Starke, Florida, 32091, and proposed Ordinance. town, visited their aunt, Mrs. Ruby Leite, of Jacksonville TO SCHOOL AGE
file the original with the Clerk of Execution issued out of County Lomie Mosley, in Bradford Mrlvln Futch of Jackson-
the above-styled Court on or Court of Bradford County, SHIRLEY FORSYTH County Hospital, starke, on ville, visited his uncle and CONSTANT CARE-
before January 13, 1975, Florida pursuant to a final judg- City Clerk, Thursday. They also visited aunt, Mr. and Mrs Carl 2 BALANCED SNACKS
otherwise a judgment may be ment for Daniel Eubanks d/b/a Hampton, Florida 'V their other Aunt, Mrs. Paul Prevatt, on Sunday.
entered against you for the relief Eubanks Well Drilling and 1t 12/26 Dinkins and cousin, Mrs. Scott Davies, of U. S. Navy, NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M.

demanded in the Petition. against E. M.Tucker and LorettaY. Horace Cox, of Waldo, while Pensacola, arrived on REASONABLE RATES
WITNESS my hand and the Tucker, defendant, in the there. Tuesday and visited with his
seal of said Court on the 6th day amount of $818.00 together with You Can't Go Wrong Sincere sympathy of the wife and their parents, Mr. WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE. 8OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOO
of December, 1974.GILBERTS.. costs of collection. With a Gift Certificate community is extended to the and Mrs. B. F" McCulley, until
from his favorite store family and friends of Mrs. Thursday. He and Mrs. THEIR PROBLEMS (1 )

BROWNAS Have seized and have in our Elizabeth Redding, who Davies left Thursday after
CLERK OF SAID COURTBy possession the following passed away on Tuesday.Mrs. noon for their new home and Greater Bethlehem FreeWill ,ft." r
described personal property to C. E. Strickland and will be stationed in Pensacola. Baptist Church : ;
Beulah M. Moody wit: granddaughter Sara, of They were transferred from
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964.5136 1 J'
Deputy Clerk Gainesville, visited her sister Wahiawa Hawaii after being 1101 CHESTNUT ST AT ASH ST. OR ...
12/12 4t 1/2 1973 Ford Maverick Miss Elizabeth afternoon.Terry on stationed there for three FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866
2 dr 8 cyl Tuesday vears. Their parents are

NOTICE TO BID ID No. 3K93R213488Tag i
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN No. 45141As
THAT THE CITY COUNCIL OF
THE CITY OF LAWTEY, the property of the above
FLORIDA WILL RECEIVE named defendant and that on
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR Monday the 13th day of
CONSTRUCTION OF A WATER January, 1975 at twelve o'clock
SUPPLY FACILITY CONSISTING noon on said day on the
OF A WATER DISTRIBU- premises of the Bradford CountyJail I ,.....,..., ..

TION AND TREATMENT I will offer for sale and sell iP 11 '' :' 1 ;'J qi) /le"YGYIea. '1r{- ,. F ..IAe c ..:; "".....1 MM;
PLANT FACILITIES AT THE to the highest bidder for cash in 1 I ". ,,, /4 ..
OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK hand, the above described e.crr3 I
CITY HALL LAWTEY FLO-- property of said defendant to
RIDA, ON OR BEFORE, BUT satisfy the aforesaid Execution. x
NOT LATER THAN 2.00 P.M.,
JANUARY 14, 1975 AND IMMEDIATELY Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff #
THEREAFTER ALL Bradford County, Florida Cirisfimas.In 1 I
BIDS RECEIVED WILL BE PUBLICLY 12/19411/9 .
OPENED AND PRICESBID ( 1N
READ ALOUD. the spirit; ,,/"f/m/ Ih..I',.' 1)a'.

NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S nmt /onml. f>mt f inrruimtlin ,M
A COPY OF PLANS AND SPE-- SALE all/ In Hflhlt-hvm/ ,
CIFICATIONS ARE ON FILE Notice is hereby given that I, n (./hilil M /hornanil
Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff of /
AND ARE AVAILABLE, UPON the/. "' ,,1..1. Ji/ig.
Bradford County, Florida, under
PAYMENT OF $40.00 PER SET
and by virtue of Writ of
AT THE OFFICE OF SVERDRUP
& PARCEL AND ASSOCIATES Execution to Wit: r
INC 2512 S. W. 34th STREET. J. E. Hardy
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA. Execution issued out of County 74 :v
Court of Alachua County, Nave A
Florida pursuant to a final judg-
CITY OF LAWTEYBy happyrolidayt
ment for Household Finance Auto

: LUCILLE SHUFORD Corporation against Alphonso /
Chandler, Joann Chandler and
12/194T1/9 CLERK Claude Kinsler, defendants in Bradford Abstract

the amount of $751.29 togetherwith Sales /'
INVITATION TO BID costs of collection. Company i -T
Sealed bids will be received by
Bradford County Board of Have seized and have in our 964.6881IIACE
County Commissioners of possession the following
Starke, Florida at the Commission described personal property to
Meeting Room Bradford Wit:
County Courthouse Starke
Florida, up to 10.00 A.M. E. S. 1969 Pontiac GTOID
T. on January 6, 1975 at which No. 242379P347197Tag
time and place all bids received No. 11W8933As
will be publicly opened and read
aloud for furnishing of all the property of the above
materials and labor and con- named defendants and that on
structing: Monday the 13th day of
January, 1975 at twelve o'clock
RENOVATIONS AND noon on said day on the
ADDITION TO premises of the Bradford CountyJail
BRADFORD COUNTY JAIL I will offer for sale and sell
STARKE FLORIDA to the highest bidder for cash in
hand, the above described
: Any bid received after
specified property of said defendants to
, time and date will not be satisfy the aforesaid Execution.
: considered.

. Each bid must be accompanied Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff
by certified checkr Bradford County, Florida
cashier's check or bid bond in 12194t19IN
: amount of at least 9% of base
I bid, as guarantee that bidder, if
awarded contract will, withinten THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
consecutive calendar days THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Peace and joy Is our sincere wish.

after written notice being givenof CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
such award enter into written BRADFORD COUNTY. for our community for our friends.
contract with Bradford County CASE NO. 74332In
Board of County Commissionersof
Starke Florida in accord with Re: The Marriage of JAMES
accepted bid and give contract E. BARDIN, Petitioner, and
performance and payment LETA J. BARDIN, Respondent. ,
bond, with bonding company
meeting requirements set forthin NOTICE OF SUIT
these specifications to said ToLETA: J. BARDINco
owner, in amount equal to 100(%! Bill, BillingsleyN.
of contract price. W. 6th Street
! No bidder may withdraw his Dimmitt, Texas 79027
bid for period of 30 days after
i date set for opening thereof. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat May the joys of this holy season fill

All work shall be done in an action for dissolution of every heart and bring to all the true
; accord with !plans,specifications marriage has been filed againstyou
l' and contract documents relative and you are required to spirit of Christmas.
thereto as prepared by Moore, serve a copy of your written
; May and Harrington, Architects, defenses, if any, to It on TRAIL UIPIt HIGHLAND
RIDGE <[ )
: Inc.. Palatka, Florida. Plans, RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor
: specifications and contract Petitioner, whose address i i.
!e documents may be examined at 114 N.Walnut Street, P. O Box ......L,......
the Clerk's office In the Bradford 995, Starke Florida, 32091, and Florida State
County Courthouse, Starke, file the original with the Clerk of Telephone
,. Florida or at the office of the the above-styled Court on or

architect at 108 North Palm before January 20, 1975, otherwise c\T: Company Inc.
,
d Avenue, Palatka, Florida. a Judgment may be entered
One set of plan and contract against you for the relief .. ... Starke Florida
documents and forms for bidding demanded in the Petition. ::t:: ,
may be secured by general WITNESS my hand and the
contractors only, from office of seal of said Court on the 17th


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Applications &! _! a I'Jjljb1R1j! l1Jl1t1!! lP!
I Being Accepted Now For Rotary Foundation Awards


"of. Applications awards offered for to four outstanding types Rotary (Foundation seeks to friendly relations -between cationally handicapped, in

students, technicians and- promote understanding andMIS people of different nations another country. Generally, APAs
teacheres for one academic through the programs of teachers who have taught the
of study in graduate fellowships and retarded, brain damaged,
year another undergraduate scholarships, crippled or disabled, visually
country are now being
accepted awards deaf hard-of-
by the Starke technical training handicapped, or
Rotary and teachers of handicapped hearing Illiterate
Club, according to President awards.An ,speech and Impaired culturally
W. Hood.
W award recipient must act deprived, will qualify to
-Through these awards the in the dual'capacity' of student compete for an award.

I'I and unofficial "ambassador of Young men and women are
good will."" equally eligible to apply, and
A Graduate Fellowship and must be both an outstanding
an Undergraduate Scholarship student technician, or .- __n______

may be awarded for any teacher and a potential FOR SALE Cash register
field of study and .isused by "ambassador of good will." p[ m paper most sizes In stock. FOR SALE Magnifying with

1 1 most applicants as a continuation Candidate must have a Call In to see if we have your glasses 0all sizes INSURANCEAT
of their interest HOUSES FOR SALEFOR handles At The Office Shop.
major
friendly, outgoing personality, size or come In and just
i studies. A Technical Training a sympathetic interest in the browse at The Office Shop. REDUCED RATES
% award may be used for studyin attitudes and way of life of the AUTO FIRE BOAT!

a wide variety of fields and people of a difference culture, SALE Two mobile homes DOYLE CONNER
has been used for studies in and the ability to communi- arid lots. One-2 bedroom 1973 FOR SALE: Pickett Tem- CAL'S PLUMBING

agriculture, automotive tech cate his ideas readily and model; One-3 bedroom 1972 plates, Lettering guides. Repair and Construction.All INSURANCE AGENCY
VSn ,la nology, beekeeping, electro effectively. Each award in- model. Cash or financed. J.B. General use templates. work done by Licensed TCHG
: nics, and medical technology, cludes round-trip transportation White 964-6114. tfchg Electronic. Elipse and Ar- Plumber. Phone !904-6947)( !

} z4 as just a few examples. ; registration tuition and ---- -- -- chitectural. All!for sale at The 10.24.74 16tp 1-1 6.75.
The Teachers of the Handicapped other educational fees; and Office Shop. Phone 9646305. "',. now, havi' a futltimc/ appll

program provides an living expenses. once repairman for all voui

opportunity for experienced Candidates for a Graduate MotorcyclesSTARKE tICK I repair needs
teachers of the handicapped to Fellowship must be betweenthe t ) BRASINGTONSALKS&SKKVICK

r yl study Improved instructional ages of 20 and 28 and must 3 BR 1 1/2 Bath LFk, Dine l'\UlI.I.U'J.I>S\lC: )m I.": Call Badcocks
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the teaching of the for the Undergraduate CYCLE CENTER; 2BN. *;- town.
Kino selection of Used l CarsTnkrn
mentally, physically or eduCounty Scholarship is between 18 Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020,11 On ('lIdillllC Trades
Your authorized HODAKA George Roberts Real
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will recommend the Sales & Service GMC TRUCKS
LAKE BUTLER Union adoptionof MISCEUAHEOUSSEWING LILLIAN C. PEARSON BUICK PONTIAC"A
the use of those forms on a
County Clerk Robert
Driggershas REALTOR LITTLE RIDE CAN
statewide basis well NEW & USED
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JusticeJames C. Adkins of the procedures to be followed in MACHINE REPA1HAll Frame Home -1 BR (Sun porch, Sewing Machines GREEN COVE SPRINGS"

pt (Florida Supreme Court to handling' the cases of the makes cleaned, oiled,and could be 3rd BR), partially Vacuum
,1L work on the development of courts/ Driggers said adjusted, $7. All work furnished, cent heat/air CleanersParts NEED YOUR ATTIC
uniform clerk's proceduresand Friday, December 20. guaranteed. James outside city $14,000.
Repairs GARAGE OR SPARE
Strickland and
forms. Morgan Road
1 Other circuit court clerks i, SR-16. Ph. 964-8733 or 782- 3 BR 1 bath frame home with All Makes ROOM EMPTIED?

k appointed to the committeewere CLASSIFIED AD RATES 3189. Also scissors sharpened aluminum siding. Nice lot with TheQ Call The
May your Christmas S. Morgan Slaughter of $1. tfchg chain link fence Lawtey, Call 964.6210
,, .
Duval County and Curtis --" ----- ;- -- 13625.
be filled with joy. Deadline for insertion 444 G Starke Plaza ? JUNK MAN
Powers of Alachua County."Standardization Tuesday Noon preceding SAWS SHARPENED, work
Best wishes to and Thursday before publication. guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or 3 BR 1 1'A bath furnished
Will Haul It
our friends. uniformity on a statewide Minimum Charge$2.00 leave at Jackson Building doublewide mobile home on 1 He
the light basis is the objective we hopeto (Covers IS Words) Supply Starke or Keystone. acre with access to Spring Lake. Away Free''
Thomas
May accomplish in recommending Each word over 15 Heights. tfchg. Hookup for another MH -
the best forms to be $13,650. Call 468.1543
from his star 10 cents - - -
used. Up to now each circuit of Oil
MOBILE HOME Company
shine on all of the state has been charged All Classified. Ads must bc<' mobile home MOVING.hurricane Also CECELIA T.TERWILLEGAR AFTER 6:00: P.M.
anchoring
with the responsibility of paid for in advance unless Associate
you
and
you.Coleman's. developing the necessary have an established account coating. Olin's mobile home roof Phone 964-5145 603 S. Walnut

!1 forms to be used and the with the Telegraph, in that Service. 964.5606 MOBILE, Rt. 100 Home W. 964-6246 Well DrillingF
practices to be followed in
event 50 cents extra chargqfor !
3 handling the cases coming billing. Not responsible for Starke, Fla. tfchg Re
before the courts. As a resultwe errors when given over the - - Call For
FRED SACKETT-REALTOR
tE'C have number of Drilling, Eq'' :.i-.l1ent
a
great WATSON'SHOUSE
phone or when copy is not 205 N. Temple Ave. (US-301))
different forms from the typed and brought to the of OF VACUUMS 904/964-6522
For-
different circuits. The function .

Sewing CenterAlton Stan Cotney of the committee is to Many brands of new vacuums. Nealy "MAC"Associate McConnell 2" Thru 6" WellsCall
evaluate all of the forms now Used machines available.

Coleman Eddie being used and select those lice.r Expert Repairs all makes. Multiple Listing Service Us For
Douglas that we feel are superior in Fuel Your Water System Needs
Parts and Accessories for all TAREX Relocation Service &
FOR
E supplying the In- SALE1
138 Call SI. 964.8312 964.8100 required vacuums. Built in central Member, Farm and Land
formation. The committee vacuum cleaning systems. 712N. Brokers Assn.Mortgage !;: 5 4-7DS1

Main Gainesville 3767110. Broker

YAMAHA and Conrad gurtars, TF Oil Durrance Pump&Sippry
layaway Nice 3 bedroom on 2V4 acres,
now for Xmas at --- ---------
Dahmers Discount tfchg. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS located in rural area just outside Developers Of

.- ---- --- 964-7959 or 964-5148. 10/3 city limits.Beautiful .
Under Ground Water
FOR SALE Registered Angus 13tp 1226POSITION Immediate
cows. Heifers and bull calves. ------ --- brick 2 bedroom, sun 864 N Temole Ave
J.B. White. Phone 9646114or WANTED: Young porch, 2 years old, wall to wall Starke Fla
9648775. tfchg woman, 38 no ties to live in carpets. Delivery
Sales & Service TPN
for elderly. Small
--- -----" as sitter
FOR SALE: Used solid body salary. Call Rev. Hamel, 468- Large 3 bedroom masonry
Gibson guitar with Gibson 1666. tfchg. cent heat & air. Florida room

amplifier at Dahmers -_ -- - fireplace, in Starke.
Discount. tfchg. Pumps 'Long Champ

1 S -.... ------- Completely remodeled 3
[ FOR RENT ) bedroom in the country, on a And UsedSALES Home and
} FOR SALE SPECIAUI AKC nice corner lot, wall to wall New
rI Reg. Weimaraner puppies. carpets. Building :Materials'WE '
Champion Bloodline. $75

each. Ph. 4733223. 1tp FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, two 12 X 60 mobile home on SERVICE PARTS BUILD
- --------
baths, fully furnished, color waterfront lot. "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
FOR SALE: 6 by 9 Linoleum TV, heated pool, con- DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS
$3,98,9 by 12 Linoleum$7,98. dominium. Ocean front, Acreage of all sizes most with YOUR LOT OR OURS

Also 12 by 12 and 12 by 15 in Cresent Beach. Weekend good terms. Plumbing Supplies FREE ESTIMATES

stock. Hundreds to 'choose week or month. 9049647425.2tp .
I
from at Dahmers Discount. 12/26 EXPERT SERVICEON i REMODELING REPAIRS
A.J. Thomas Realtor '' JNS
tfchg
ADD'
--- -- -- -- -
j - ------- FOR RENT 12' wide mobilei--. 621 N. Walnut St. ALL MAKES HOMES BOUGHT SOLD

1 FOR SALE Boston Terrier homes outside city limits. J.B. Tei.9646162Three PHONE 964-7O61
e pup-female, 6 months old. White. Ph. 9646114. If no TRADED
9I Call 964-7473 anytime.. 1tp answer call'964 8775. tfchg. bed room frame dwelling, DurrancePUMP ACREAGE FOR SALE
corner Lot ((2 paved Streets) in
--------
FOR SALE - - City. Fenced yard close to 964.6853HWY
Case
: pocket knives FOR RENT: 2 BR 12x60 mobile & SUPPLY CO.
now at Dahmers Discount. home Griffis Call shopping. Owner is ready to sell, 301 S STARKE TF9vljxhl
I tfchg. on Loop. for 15000. Terms. 864-N. TEMPLE AVE
i after 3 p.m. 4733193. 1tp .
-- -------
-- ----- -- -
FOR SALE 2 BR house. See 15 acres out of City with pecan II
BRING NEW AND
FOR RENT: 2 BR house unfurnished ROOFING
I at 615 Lafayette or call 964- at 419 N. Church St. trees old home, good well,
r, ) 6428. Good terms. 12/26 2tp Starke. Contact Merritt close to a development. Offer us LIFE TO YOURCARPETING ROOM ADDITIONS
2200000.
12DELUXE Williams, 119 N.Walnut St. or .
------ --
LIFETIME call 964-5391 days. tfchg. 32 acres close to a development. Revive the original beauty ALUMINUM ft VINYL
Social Security guaranteedmetal plates FOR--RENT- -- ---Mobile--- -Home- Some timber offered for of your rugs. Cleaned_ in SIDINGBLOCK

with nauga-hide carrying case subdivision Vi acre lots $35 $20,000.00. Terms. your own home .. .
only $2. Free catalog. H. mo.,3"miles from city limits at by Von Schrader 'T.i
20 acres, good graded road, dry-foam method. .I & CEMENT
16 and
Colston Box intersection of Hwy
Import/Export.
374. Starke, Fla. 12/5 1 1/9 Morgan Road. Ph. 9645606.! with well!, septic tank and light No must No fuss. l
)! tp pole $23,000.00.Larger No odor.Use the TILE WORK
------------ tfchg same day. *
r

: FOR for weeks SALE your old.-child.Christmas You Pups may are puppies pick five : ::m reasonable Bradford tracts County prices of, with acreage offered terms.at in .All guaranteed.Phone work AND STUCCO

: them up Christmas week, only tN I' for FREEII CEILINGSCARPENTER

$10. Ph. 9647145. Itp I i estimate WORK
------------ JIMMY MOORE'S today.

FOR SALE 1973 Honda CB Sun .
i 350 very good condition, 6000 HELP WANTED Lady to sit SportsMORE NO JOB TOO SMALL OR LARGE

: miles 2 helmets incl. one '4 with handicapped person. Ph. BbAT FOR II M&M Sales & Service .
owner $700 or will trade for' 9647244. 12/26 2tp 1/2 YOUR MONEY TF
Plaza
964-6210l 444 Starke 782-3759
small car. Ph. 4681802. Itp ;
WANTED"j'3ed: portabT.v.Sets \ STARKE PH 964-579!
------------
Time of joy and peace. at Dahmers Discount. -
FOR SALE: 3 year old half
COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
Christ is born in Bethlehem. appaloosa half quarter mare, tfchg._ STERN DRIVE SERVICE OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES
-- ----- ---
halter broke, excellent price to
AND REPAIR PH. 964-5604 HWY. 100 W.
Very special holiday wishesto someone Call good with horse. FOR SALE: All types of COMPLETE FIBERGLASS ..-: iU
Sue 964-8775.
tfchg. Colored Pencils In stock at (:&"W. :
and neighbors. ------------ REPAID
friends The Office Shop. Color-
FOR SALE: 8 Acres land between brlte Non-Face. 20 cents CUSTOM BUILT FIBER FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEAR

SR-230( and Wilson each. Thick lead opaque GLftSS'FISHING BOATS IN DUN'S MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION WHEN YOU

grade. $2,000 down, balance colorama 30 cents each PURCHASE. YOUR MOBILE HOME FROM OLIN'S
$100 Mo, at' 6% interest. and also Mongol colored -TF

Dolph E.' Reddish, 9647220. penslls 11 cents each. Stopin Davidson
2tchg. 12/26 and take a look.
OWEN JOIST OF ---------- Mobile Home ParkIn
FOR
SALE 38 Snub nose
Revolvers $49.96, 22 handguns FOR SALE: Lettering GuidesStickers City Limits CARDIN BROS.
stencils and
from 19.95, 357 ,
Magnum 11500. Dahmers templates. At The Office Shop. $30 Per Mo.
1 Discount.
I FLORIDA INC.t tfchg Specializing In
FOR
------------ SALE: Typewriter and Walk To New
..... FOR SALE 1967 Plymouth Adding Machine ribbon at SEPTIC TANK INSTALLATION AND
t 't .7I xI Barracuda convertible with T*. Office Shop. Shopping Center fClrv f HEAVY EQUIPMENT

air$400 or best offer. Ph. 964- Oaa. Water a b w rOn

I Fla. 1 8087. 12/26 4t 1/16
Starke
------------. FOR SALE: Plckett Templates, 301 South PHONE 964-6750 .
FOR SALE 1973 Oldsmobile Lettering guides. General use 116STAIIKE.FLA.
Omega PS, H, R, 13,000 templates. Electronic/ Elipse Jolu Motel
miles. Assume payments. and Architectural. All for sale P. 0 Box 128 .
ii i 964-8414. Itp at The Office Shop. Phone 984-8810 i
8646305< .
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The Pie Vegetables DMS Straight A's..... F-rlT;!

(From Page 1)
Acorn, Butternut, Buttercup, countries, pumpkin is made
ATLANTA Those winter- market. The fresh squash you
time green and blue Hubbard, into a delicious soup. daughter of Mrs. Lila Rae Leonard Ray Johnson, Teresa
favorites at the supermarket prob-
pumpkinsand buy and gold Delicious and Yawn of Starke, and Circuit Rachel Knepper, John Kevin
squash can be used in ably won't be grade labeled. green Theron Yawn of
Judge
Miller Deborah Colene Over-
many ways, but with the For consumers who enjoy Banana. SQUASII BAKED WITII Gainesville. ,
holidays coming from fresh winter There are no grade stan- ORANGE SAUCE street, Deborah Elaine
up they are making pie
Keith
but Gwendolyn Kaye Ratliff Nicholas
fresh pumpkins
dards for Joseph
Mix
one-fourth
certain to turn in USDA's Agricultural of
up pies. squash, cup of Mrs. Delores
buying daughter Richard
same general Riggs, Craig Scott,
the
While either fresh or canned Marketing Service offers orange juice frozen concentrate Keith of Starke.
be applied. They Teresa M. Savell Sherree
,
criteria can
pumpkins or squash can be these tips to help you choose: one-fourth cup honey
used for holiday pies, the Be sure the squash is fully should be heavy for their size, and one teaspoon of salt. Put SIXTII GRADE Lynn Shinn, Pamela Ann
canned products are most matured, which is indicatedby free of blemishes and the rind some of the mixture into each Joseph Michael Herres, son Underhill, Douglas Blaine
convenient. The U.S. Department a hard tough rind. Also look should be hard. Be sure to look squash cavity. Bake in a hot of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Herresof Watson, Jeffrey Alan Wood T t r'
b
of Agriculture (USDA) for squash that is heavy for its for pumpkins that are clean oven ((400 degrees F.) for 20 to Starke and Catherine Ann Schoening. f I Ie
has two grade standards for size (meaning thick wall anda and of a bright orange color. 60 minutes or until tender. Patti Elise Chesser, Sixth Grade: George Frank
these products. U.S. Grade A more edible flesh). Bruised or otherwise injured daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loznicka, Kenneth Boyce
or U.S. Fancy is the highest Avoid squash with cuts, ,pumpkins should be examinedfor Jerry Chesser of Starke. Massey, Melissa Leigh
quality. It has a good color punctures, sunken spots( or evidence that decay may The second six-weeks honor Winkler, Gregory Frank
and consistency; is prac- moldy spots on the rind. Theseare have penetrated the flesh. Wire Stolen..... roll, those earning grades of B Mowry, Charlene Mary
tically free of defects; and indications of decay. A Decay may appear as a (From Page 1) or higher, number 120. Theyare Beam, Ronald Percy Jones,
possesses a normal flavor. tender rind indicates immaturity watery or water-soaked area, : Tommi Sue Marshall, Vickie
V',S. Grade C or U.S. Standardthe and is a sign of poor sometimes covered with a An air compressor, big Eighth grade: Angela Kyle Lorraine Kersey, Luana
mold-like growth, brown or enough to require the help of Layne Mundorff,Teresa Lynn
( second grade) is also of eating quality in winter Andiows, Marlene Katherine '
good quality. It has a fairly squash varieties. black in color.Pumpkins two or three people to move it, Dawson, Cynthia Faye Powell, Karen Annette Holtz,
in all sizes taken from the Savell Brenda Lee
good color and consistency is There are many varieties of come was Vo-Tech DeWitt, Melanie Lorraine Apryl ,
fairly free of defects; and hasa fresh winter squash. Some of and have many uses. Aside School in Starke. Morris, Nancy Ruth Payne Hines,Rebecca Leigh Cooper,
normal flavor the more important varietiesare from the traditional use in The compressor was boltedto Pamela Jo Stalnaker, DavidAlan Catherine Lynn James,
they also go well in the body of a pickup truck Janice Adelle Browning,
The USDA also has grade the small corrugatedCROWN spicy pies Stone, Sharrl Jeanette Ole Santa has really been getting around Bradford County
bread or muffins and various parked at the school.A Vickie Genelle Nicula, Cyn-
Dobbs Tracey George,
standards for fresh ,
winter this Christmas
during lie at the
season. was Starke Woman'sClub
and custards. A wig was taken fromJeannette's thia Lynn Norman, Suzette
puddings Marcia Irene Goodge, Linda
squash, but these grades are to hand out presents to 10 selected children at the Junior
small pumpkin be served Wig Shop on Therese Rodrigue, Nathaniel
used mainly in the wholesale may Gail Johns, Patricia Carol Women's annual Christmas
stuffed with meat and North Court Street by a pre Mullins, Sarah Edna Norton, Savelle, Barbara Marie Nors- party.
vegetables or meat and sumed customer who Margaret Annette Crawford, worthy, William Michael
Codes... seafood. In some European requested the store owner, to Christoffer Lamar Mosley, Jordan, Bruce Wayne Robin-
let him take the wig outsidefor Sheila Louise Rhoden, Joseph son, Mary Coreen Green,
(From Page 1)) his wife's approval.The Tucker Valinski, John Sherra Deann Mott, Terry
the codes in effect by the> customer failed to Deward Evans III, Todd Gaskins, Carol Lucile Hil-

(leadline. Ohuitmaseer return. Edward Ashline, Benjamin dreth, Donna Gail Marsh,
The building codes adoptedby Perry Bryant, Lisa Michelle Mary Ann Miller, Edward
the Lawtey city commission Crawford, James Russell Herbert Cauley, Sharie
are the same as those xl Faulkner, Montez Laura Michelle Hankerson, Betty
previously adopted earlier by Ritch, Stephen Anthony Jean Kite, Sherry Ellen
Bradford County. 'ftSORS Loznicka, Jenecia Thesito Stroble, Jeffrey Savell, Jana
The Town Council of Bright, Vickie Maria Corbitt, Dee Whaley, Breyce Sonja
Brooker adopted the codes at I Carlos Anthony Hernandez, Brantley, Kimberly J. Brown,
a special meeting held Richard Russell Milner, George Alderman Canova,
Monday.! December 9, at a ? CJ Cynthia Lee Griffith, Harry Jr., Denise Lynn Dailey, June r-
cost of $782: per year to the Nelson Green, Gerald C Eileen Griffis, Carole' -i
citv: Sellers,Jeffrey Lane Norman Michelle Hall Sandra Jo
: Charles
Nanette Denise Hall andWilliam Harper, Franklin

:,. Aubrey Gaskins. Healan, Elizabeth Marlene
n Seventh grade: Peggy McWilliams Tract
MERRY Scelesta Cooper,Rhea Patrice Elizabeth Smith, Jessica
g s Corbett: Virginia Gail Craw Savell, David Leon Stewart, ,
N } ford, Nancy Rhoda Dunn, Robert Michael Teston, +rry
David Thomas Fussell, Joel Deborah Joyce Thorpe, xw rr
Denny George, Lillian Deanna Lynn Gaskins, and
.
:
k, Tresera Ghent, Sharon Lee Linda Susan Howard.
?
o i Ann Green, Raymond Joseph
I Hillman, Mary Catherine CriminalPermissivelless.

t zi Holtz, Lisa Kaye Hope, !
Gordon Don Newman Teena
Let us rejoice and sing a song Lee Norman, Robert John ...
i
of gladness It is the season of Odum, Phillip Todd Patsfield,
tru9 (From Page 1))
Tammy Ruth Powell, James
love and peace. ," Byron Roberts, Duane Gary carries a maximum penalty of
<<4" Searle, Joyce Evelyn Wain- 15 years the speaker said.
,. ...Santa also made" it to Bradford High School last Friday
4 i wright, Mary Janine Willing- Judge Carlisfe said this has fur the FBLA Christmas Parly,
'< ",':}j ham, Johnnie Ray Bell, Ann resulted in situa-
a dangerous
<<
< Brooks Tina Lea Chas-
Mary tion for the citizens in Brad-
teen, Sandra Gail Darley,
ford who
County are directly
Christie Janet Faulkner
Ii';} ,
in the path of hardened
Idf'if Teresa Montez Gaskins
6 -Af rn ,
I CENTRAL criminals, described as "the
Catherine Ann Grider
"
worst in the state, now con-
LUMBER, INC: 3+E fined in FSP.
iE ;
::' ti I Ii1 "I have no doubt that some
Season's/greeting to Earl Jones ..J.: }'{i of these men are responsiblefor
.
:J,! .
( :
our/ jriernls and patrons. %. a good portion of your
If'c u-iih you joy and peace. .P.O. Box 86 A .,";{i'f''ffl"''';<<'# B&E's and other crimes in
: ..;-!: this county," Judge Carlisle

DeSueGrocery Starke said.

961-7490 The speaker hit the present
tendency to make prisons less
o like a prison and more like

b4 college dormitories. "Perhapsthis
TO Ol'R MANYC'STOMERSAND E
is the reason we have so
Naomi and Clarence FRIENDS- many repeaters," he

ALL THE GREAT JOYS OF declared. "They are more
923 N Pine Starke comfortable and better cared
CHRISTMAS. for on the inside than many of
964-7028 (!! them would be on the out-
.JGOODMAN'S side."
-
rvr r.rru
f f
BONNIE'SHAIR : The state should build
enough prisons to take care of
STYLES May every heart ting the load, and not have to turn

STANDARD SERVICE with the true joys of dangerous criminals'out to
Bonnie l..andryLoretta STATION thit great holiday. prey on the public because of
Best wishes dfori.nds.. lack of space to incarcerate
Ross them, the speaker declared.

Seeber D. Goodman (:
Since his appointment to the
Hwy. 301 S.
bench last spring, Judge
Starke 987 N.Temple Ave. Carlisle has been assigned to rY4Wt

Starke Ray Stone take care of circuit court
964-8200 affairs in Bradford, Baker,
and Union Counties. Under the

9fit-7H9 Eagle DeVane'sW. system of rotating judges, he
will be assigned starting
January 1 to Alachua Countyfor
Call St. the next six months, and
will be replaced here by JudgeR.
964-7520 A. Green. Jr.
MER.RVCHRISTMAS
The speaker was introducedby ..lie even had time for a real youngster, :Mr. George
Starke attorney Richard Kopelousos. to sit on his lap at the Christmas Party. at the"
Welty. Starke Golf and Country Club. Ole St.Nick has been hanging

around here at so many churches. schools, and Christmas!
t I parties this week that he'd bt'U..ratch out or he won't have
I time to make it around Tuesday night.


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As the angels Wish

sang that firstChristmas ee I IS IASgE1NGS

let is ,It I

joy and peace
I Get; more shopping e
abound this season. I time, go to Wishbone We wish ,
All good things be yours in great Everything for Santa't helper the joy and happinessof
from a'Chicken Dinner 80,,"to
Fuquay'sTaxi
abundance. Best of everything to this holy season.
f I i "Complete! Family Dinners"'for Santa's To alt our friends anilcunrorwrs.
our dear friends and customers. S TwlpeiWishbone '.'family So stop\your/ sleigh at Wishbone To our patrons, f/uinAi,aryl

Service You'll save\your/ (time 'for helping Santa'shelper warm thanks. lull-it the very "bust of holiday,,

It's A Fact You Can Do Better At .. :' .

649 N. Temple 964.5430 Fried Chicken Carter's Radio Acme Hardware &
Fried chicken, the way It ought to be.

Greyhound Bus Station & TV Service Builder's SupplyEdna

23fl S. TEMPLE 964-5858! !
Denmark Furniture Co. of Starke JOHNNIE P,THOMPSON" Admiral Sales &

649 N. Temple 9646090Fuquay's

business during the past Service & Don Toole
We appreciate your
Service ,
Amoco 782-3577
301 E. Call
414W CALL.matT rONC ae .aaal $TAanllCNSa4y year. We will be closed Dec. 24 and 25 Fla. ,
Lawtey
661 N. Temple 964-6090 L. 964-6163







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