Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 21, 1972
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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.1 y I ..;:,''ft'Lf! ,/" cal Officials Are Told

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planning council to

Arrests develop a public improvements -

programfor '

Gould Bradford, including -

all municipalities

within the county,

t was suggested to city

and county officials

,B &. I last Thursday.

i1 Harry Schmertman chief:
Two : Bureau of Community Develop
ment, Florida Department of
1r. Tina mea are !!' Community; Affairs, said he
1 S ,h for County : would leave a list of consultants -
r with the county.; He also
$15,001 bond left copies of his department'spublication

% Ing caught "Local Planning
r 4 ed by Assistance: In Florida" with
the Clty; of Hampton which Is
men Claude 't Interested in a project to obtain -

k \ and Julius a city; owned water system.

the 301 Other than that; however response .
was mostly! negative to
Theatre la
r the Idea of local government
morning.The getting money In 2-to-l state-
local ratio to plan the county's;
two where future growth.

projection room '"Who can match money with
Ilcemen :
1 Government with'
the Federal
to, '!he City; ,outgoing brokeaskedmlssloner .,: 'I,
Sheriff's Dep ; ; ,I
; Bryan.r
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the/ and took ''"Even if Ita"04-85 W.\ci.. t..k.
at lijJO Sunday (matching I funds\' the towns
Investigation Is couldn't pay for that," Shu-
and according to w.nt all out for Christmas decorations dressing their house ford said.

'd rt day the "Really, It goes back to the
clear up seven people in the cities, whether
tering cases or not they want to pay for Inn
Deputy; Sheriff ,. because ,they will have to pay
says. No ;; \ :; -.tI I. for it; the government's/ not
made on the / : going to give you anything..."
= Investigation Asked \1.\i.! t':. Starke City Councilman Vernon
have been Sllcox stated.Clerk .
other B and E's :.f '-' J J.iI" Gib Brown said Tuesday -
house trailers plus afternoon he has heard
In Clay County.; ;.. f ;J:;' nothing further the possibilityof
".1. Sheriffs ".<., ., ,/ forming a planning council.
Deputy .
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., Hall of Clay Coun ,, "' '.. !'\" '" "I think they'll have to pursue
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on the cases In ; it further whether they want to
,.!:" or not." Brown said. A lady
) ...,. Names of the phoned Mm, he aid, complaining -
Harley Lane and about the lack of farsightedness -
both from North ... .- .. q .-. on the part of the
have reportedly Streets county; commission. Brown said
area only a few Stark 's water tankis he told the lady about cases
I caught Sunday I brightly lit at this where projects had been planned -
nearly emptied only to find no money avail-
drive-in's snack time of year as shown able for the actual and
.,' '. .. is going to try out an asphalt ,
l4M accompanied the 12).x: In this picture taken
the lady she have
'I; .;, r;; .'Ii .' : machine It might borrow. He may
)b: \. .t." ,,. ... ,".; ,. .,' iI. er other where robberies they meant that before the paving from the parking lot In criticized unjustly."I .

'If. : :: Is done It should be decided back of the Florida think they're all like I
I :/ which method Is best, the asphalt Bank at Stark. am, they don't know what to do
,I' V" ,(. land mix such as usedon about It," Brown stated.
( "F secondary roads In Columbia -' Bradford County; and its included -
V .' 15 Years County; or the conventionallime F. Williams towns are eligible for
rock base and asphalt $30,000 In state funds which
.. .:.' topping.On Named: i To 3 would have to be matched with
: patching pot holes Chairman $15,000 In local funds to ,plan
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'" :, ,. JimmyMcRae said he has CommitteesFreshman almost any project anyone might
; Donald Marcus ; been riding around "due to conceive the county; or Its towns
son Inmate was several complaints about our member the Flo- will need In the near future.
IS years after streets. I know they are In rida House of RepresentativesFrank The planning would be implemented
:; : Monday on ." bad shapeneed patching. Why Williams has been assigned Schmertman Indicated,
ges before Circuit can't we order a large amountof to the House Financeand : by a locally appointed county-;
J. Crews In Lake asphalt?" Taxation,. Insurance and wide planning board and through
Health and Rehabilitative Ser- a consulting firm the planning
Brooks was "We haven't had the dollarsto vices Committees. board would employ to imple-
ed with the do that," Schaefer replied. ment and guide the planning.
Inmate Jimmy "I'm ready if the council givesme House committee assignments -
at the Union the go-ahead. I didn't wantto were announced Fridayby Indications that local regions
stitution last April go against the council's Speaker Terrell Sessums,, or areas must show evidenceof
ed not guilty.; wishes." DTampa.Rep. planning ahead before receiving -
Monday however federal project funds have
Williams represents new
"If don't take of themwe
) we care some tq local officials from all
plea of guilty to
; won't House district A'o. 25 which Includes -
f through his ; McRae said. any city streets Bradford Clay and the sources lately-- In a meeting
ders. The council told Schaefer northern half of St.Johns Coun- Attorney George Pierce attended -
Judge Crews then ties. He is a resident of Crystal In Tallahassee various state
Conspiracy Trial Under Way HereScheduled IS-year sentence proceed 500 in the with budget spending for paving the$11.-and. Lake on the border between agencies met to discuss: the
that It be served : : Bradford and Clay Counties. pro and cons If the 11 regions
street .
repairs. Then the
council : -,
James Arthur as they affect various departments -
said it will about
: worry
pled guilty to in a meeting
iu .get underway turning to:the prlaon at night. state's evidence and was not last August 23 ( budgeting some of the city's; on regional, planning sponsored -
yesterday morning(Wednesday placed on trial. tools and 948,000 federal revenue sharing City Considers by U.S. Don Fuqua In Gainesville
Dec. 20) was a new trial for Reddish was scheduled to goon funds to street maintenance.Schaefer .
Two other persons nave already Morris Dobbs) Rate recently and in a meeting
of three defendants trial Wednesday two weeks StudyCity
Joe Reddish one
had that planning
been convicted of conspiracy withheld requested City; of Starke's new
charged with conspiracy ago but a mistrial was declared to commit extortion In and ordered a I 20 per cent, or $9,600 of the board held recently with representatives
in an attempt to blackmail by Judge George L. Patten engineers say It will
the case. They are Lillian vestigation. revenue sharing funds be allot- from the City; of
Sheriff John Whltehead of the state's chief wltne.' .. Ben- Lloutza. 46, Jacksonville, and Stanley Wayne ed for streets. The councilre1ll.ed cost $4,000 to $5,000 for a Gainesville and an officials
Union County jamin F. Gullford. a feUowprlaoner Carson Crime, 63, Highland, guilty; to larceny to allocate any of the comprehensive study of from Alachua County".plamIIwboard. ;
with Reddish took an sharing and Instead said Starke's electric water, and
a former prison guard employed longing to Howard funds .
overdose of
Reddish, now' serving two (life, tranqulllzers the at the Santa Fe Correctional August 17, and A special meeting will be held sewer rates plus other charges,
night before the trial and was Indications also are that fed-
Councilman Nell\ Tucker said
Gainesville where withheld ) to budget those funds.
terms for murder of a Union Farm. ,
unable to take the stand to givetestimony eral funding in the future will
Tuesday night.
Schaefer Instructed to
County- deputy; sheriff and his ',\Reddish. was serving time. and ordered a was probably be done on a regional
assistant, is accused: of participating vestigation. J have the Street Departmentstart He asked for opinions from
attorney basis of
A.K. Black of Lake City; supposedly composed: 1'
: ; in a scheme) Intendedto Gullford waS 1 J1O a party; to' Lloutta and Alvarez was a catching streets In one Ms fellow councilmen on areas with common Inllll'Nta.Coun .
but turned the case but the part fo town and continue until -,
lure Sheriff WhItehead into tile conspiracy, forgiven from whether such an expenditurefor and
lines will
days reportedly
'* Griffls, that the entire city has been co- ;
charge .
a compromising situation with **!< their trials,In whichto against a rate study would be just be ignored.
blackmail him the date vered. It was explained( ) that
a woman and then trials. Terry Lee fied. Concensus was that the
Into interceding with the State CHRISTMAS PARTY file motions for new wries guilty to assault the Street Department has been proposal needs further study' A state planning agency S
:Pardon,Board to obtain Reddish '. .AT. HAMPTON. The conspiracy\ sentence charge of five cer Malcolm H. ; patching: here and there. In the so Chairman Jimmy McRae has already divided. Florida Into
a parole, furlough or allow a maximum state prisoner worst spots as time permits. turned the matter over to the regions for this,, purpose,
him- to participate in thai' "1faivci4yv of Hampton will :years. and was sentenced "Flx'emt" council members Utility Committee and requested according to what Attorney.
new"program sponsor a Christmas Party Dec. Judge John J. Crews was tional eight 1 chorused. the committee make a re- Pierce found out Us meeting
'whereby prisoners are permitted 22 starting at 7 pjn. at the scheduled to sit on the bench
to work at outside Jobs re. Hampton City; Hall 'In Reddish'. new trial. (S.. Page ) (S.. Page 12)) (See Page 5)) (See Poge 12)JULIAN )

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New Members Junior clubChristmas Norfon-Mob'ey' L ADK Members Koch EmployeesEntertained

Honored At Tea Party Wedding PartyEntertained EntertainedA By
W.' WhitesMr.
By Woman's ClubThe Held Monday t Payne Home Olin

annual Christmas teahonol'lng Mrs. Robert Barksdal. : e' / Alpha Gamma chapter of Alpha and Mrs. Olin White entertained -
and Mr. and Mrs. ,
r the employees of
new members was given Mrs. Olin White rehears Delta Kappa sorority helda
honored Sr. entertained at
mem- a
Koch's Drug Store and 'other
by the Starke Woman's Club Christmas party at the home
bers of the
Junior at
Woman's supper last Friday night of Mrs. ; .guests at a buffet supper Tues
on Wednesday afternoon, Dec. Club and M.IPayne on Monday f
their husbands and their home at Klngsley Lake, day night, Dec. 12, at their home
13, at the club house. dates at night! Dec. 11, with Mrs. Len-
the and
party at the home honoring their son. Majde. on Lake Street.
nard Register, co-hostess.
of the latter on Monday night his fiancee Miss Janice Mob- lrr i iJ'
Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton, presIdent In an Impressive candlelight
Dec. 18.The .
ley. arrival the
t'pon guests were
headed the receiving line service, Mrs. Elbert Earle ,
refreshment table was The twenty-eight guests were I Thornton and Mrs. Andrew Invited Into the family room
and Introduced the following covered with an ecru lace cloth: served buffet style from stable 1 where appetizers were served
new members: Mrs.W.II.Hart, over red linen and was centered decorated with a bride and ,& Santanglnt were pledged to the with the assistance of Mrs.
Mrs. William Powell, Mrs. C. with a red and white Christ. groom centerpiece and Christmas sorority. George Flynn, Jr.
Mrs. R.S. Mullins Inspiring
N. Christy, Mrs. Ervln Andrews mas arrangement flanked by six decorations were used gave an
Mrs. James F. Stroud, burning red tapers In two silver throughout the home. and appropriate devotional The buffet table was covered
Mrs. J. II. Mlneslnger! Mrs. candlebras. A silver coffee The honored couple presented on "What Is .Christ with a white lace cloth over
Carl L. Johns Mrs. Bert Dyal, service was placed at one gifts to their attendants.dur-, red' linen and centered with a
Mrs. George Roberts,Mrs.Bill were exchanged In a
end of the table and a sliver Ing the evening. red and white Christmas
Chambers, Mrs. Mark Olln and gold punch bowl at the other Those assisting Mrs. Norton novel way by passing them from reamerClemonsDate flanked bj six burn-
and Mrs. Ida Mae Shaw. Also person to person around the
end In serving were long time friends -
Ing red tapers In two sliver
receiving were Mrs. J. C. Special: guests were Mr. and of the family Mrs. E.O. circle. When time was called Set Dec 29 candelabras.
Dukes, president of the Junior Mrs. Sherrod each member kept the gift she
Hamilton and LTC Elder and Mrs. W.F. Agner.. After dinner the gucstsgath'ered -
was holding. ,
Women's Club.A and Mrs. V.J. Spengler. James Creamor '' '
1 v.. rtle' The lace covered refreshment Mr. and Mrs. around a .seven-foot
pedestal holding an arrangement Traditional Christmas decorations Homemakers Hold table was centered with green of Lawtey announce the engagement Christmas tree< In dIe living
of red poinsettias were used in the party and gold Christmas arrange- and approaching marriage room and exchanged Rifts.;

stood In the foyer, and arrangements rooms. InstallationOf ment and gold candelabra,.holdIng of their daughter Connie Traditional Christmas decorations -
of greenery were used green tapers. Ann, ,to Allen'' Dale Clemons, .were_used in the. part)
throughout the main club: room. SFSA Members New Officers Presiding at the sliver tea son of Mr. and Mrs. Walton C. rooms
On the piano a gold epergne service was Mrs. II.". Hamil Clemons of Hellbronn Springs.
held a Christmas arrangement. EntertainedA The Starke Homemaker's'Club ton. Mrs. Bert Dyal, poured The wedding will take placeFriday 'Koch. Drug Will 'Be Open
of red roses. met Thursday, Dec. 14, punch. Dec. 29, at 6 p.m.
t SouthsideThe at the Agriculture Building for Members brought their favo- the Hellbronn Baptist Church. All Day, Sunday D.n..24,
The tea table was covered their annual Christmas party 4 rite sweets and the recipes :Mae' Creamer and :Mr. Cle For Your Shopping Convenience
with a white cutwork cloth. and covered dish luncheon. which will later be compiled mons are both 1972 graduates A.M.
9 Till 7 P.M.
The centerpiece of red and Southside Elementary The buffet table was cover- Into a booklet. of BIBS
white carnations In a sliver School cafeteria was the set ed with, a Christmas cloth and Seasonal decorations were All friends and relatives are
bowl was blanked by three ting for the Bradford County'School centered with a red and white ) v % used throughout the part Invited to attend.Dinner .
branched candelabras holdingtall Food Service Association : arrangement flanked by large rooms.
red tapers.' Presiding at annual Christmas party on decorated red candles.At '
the tea and coffee: services Dec 11.The. the business meeting the Party .
were Mrs. n. C, Pitch, Mrs.E. refreshment tables were following new officers: were Installed Dinner Party : Held For Staff I
K. :Per'ryiinan Mrs. C.' H.Nasworthy. ., covered with linen and lace by Mrs. John Greene: McKibben-Brummett Vows SaidIn And ,. ... .
cloths and centered with For Jones .
Mrs. J. W. 1 Klncald : were president, Mrs. E.D. TenlyJr.; Of f Winklers .. I
Mrs. R. A, Green, Mrs. poinsettias and Santa Clausesand vice-president, M',. J.H.Mon- Jacksonville Church Ceremony Colonial StaffsThe -...'/' ",. ,;
A. Russell Norman, and Mrs. sleighs. crlef: secretary, Mrs. A.L. .
John W. Griffin Door prizes were won by Crosby; treasurer. Ms. H.B.. !\II'. and .M.-s. \\alTen \\Jnk.ler -
Mrs. W. B. Mundy, chairman Mrs. Madge Akerldge and Mrs. Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bur' presented program of nup- employees or"dIe De- wvre JIDSIS: at adbnorpirt}. I I
of the tea, had assisting her Grace henry Thlrtj-Six guests Approximately! 18 members rows of Starke announce the tial music Witt C. Jones Funeral Home Sri"u.'drt" '.:.lljlit' :It Jip'r!\ ''u>Tlii, '>n touch I
Mrs. T. II.. Slade, Mrs. J. F. enjoyed games .and refresh attended the luncheon and meet marriage of their daugher,Ber- John D, Folds of Jacksonville and Colonial Florist held a Prj.t. Street for the employees "
ments. attended his brother-in- dinner and part1 last Friday' wives, husbands and dates of of fashion.
Dorko, Mrs. L. II. Gibson Mrs. hostesses nadette M, (Bunky) BrummeU i
, T. C. flaxen Mrs. R. P. Mc- Serving as were ing.Mr. of Jacksonville, to Joseph Raymond law as best! man. t'shers were evening Inkier Electric.
Miss Mary Dean Mrs. Lucille McKlbben of Jacksonville Edward Spurrier and Donald The party room was decora- The dinner was cooked on the For !
Lendon Glen : ,
Mrs. W. P. Bartlett and Mrs. Connerand boys
Mrs. Charles Dinklns Rowe, Mrs. Mathel Green, Mrs. son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jordan, both of Jacksonville.Miss ted with red poinsettias and pitlo and served In the dining-
Mrs. family of Orlando
Dora Dean Miss Pearleon : Barbara J. Longino attended red candles and the buffet table room. The dining table was
J. R. McKibben
W. S. Baas of Griffin Ga. ,
Mrs. Herbert Her- Dean : among the out-of-town guests ,Two tone, .high cut. .
and Mrs. Delores Mor The took as maid of honor, wearing was covered with a white covered with a lace cloth and spIlt
wedding place I
and Mrs. Jerome on
res, Johns.
the L.L.
attending Conner
gan. birthday celebration Sunday; Nov 22 at 7 p.m. In the Spring a floor length gown\ of royal linen cloth, centered with red centered \with\ I a red and green e.ams.. Fashion from Europe
Glen I'nlted: Methodist Church blue velvet with white bodice, poinsettias and red candles. Christmas arrangement. flanked nowfashioned
---... ------ -- blue velvet The six tables where the 30 by red candles. '
- - -- ------------- mvmmnvturLet In Jacksonville with !tev. Donald long sleeves, and for {Q
Padgett performing the nup. trim on the neck and sleeves. guests were seated were covered lour boy I '
tlals. She wore a matching blue velvet with white linen cloths, 0 to 0 "A f
Decorating the altar were two headpiece and carded two centered with red poinsettiasand Legion Post Slze.s saty,

[.pedestal baskets of mums,gladioli long stemmed white carnationswith red candles. Plans Dinner
blue Following the dlrul"-P81't" ,}
.r > pompoms\ and greenery of against Given In streamers marriage b\_Mr. was held forBirtRday 50 guest': e' e.1 I Il fml! t an:: i sr'J! tr ..v-T ,
a background arched the bride \oi 9l,{ ftjtihei'IS@nk,! ; \ ,L fiBBion'TW.: 50 a t rie 'J''IJiIlIWJl." (\ .( ... +'u I' I.j'
.',t candelabras with burning tapers Burrows an ; .
f : I old-fashioned style condieU&hjt! $ PartV-i.) :1, Will| \1,1ae., a Cliriitmas.mnnerat \ ,. ) .
color with turquoise- 7 p.m. I'rlda, IX-c. 2.2', at I
> Sabrina !M, Longlno organist. gown
A PRESET j' I. and. Tommy' Spurlin soloist, three vet empire tiny' turnquolse waistline flowers ribbon, For Wendee Hall the Road 1-CKtoii for members hall, 720 and Edwards their II .j' -I PI. I IY Ili It

t on a bodice of candlelight lace, Little Wendee Hall celebrated ,wives. ..
FOR j Shower Held long sleeves of Inset lace with \ C.I., Schaefer, Pete Witt and I
ruffle lace bodice with ruffle her third birthday Saturday X.!>f. Smith have announced that II
I II I For Mrs Moss, at neckline; and wide ruffle at morning when her parents !>Ir. a turkey dinner will be served I II
I the bottom' of the gown. She and :Mrs. Charles Hall, gave a here will be no business .
I Recent Bride wore a matching headpiece of part for her and nine little meeting. : I II I
1 candlelight net and carried friends This will be the only meet- li I
1' ,V Snoop theme was carried Ing held by the Post In December I If I,
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,I Ik Mrs. Eddie: Moss, the formrf three long stemmed turquoiseand out with the leftorfrmnt table according to Commander
f Sheryl Jahnto.i:& : a recant bride white carnations. I
being covered with a Snoopycloth
was homed: at a bridal shower A reception was held In the Lee Taylor,
Monday Doc 11, at the Pine Bull Room! of the Thunderbird : centered with a Snoopycake.
I Level Baptist Church Sunday Motel. The same flowers that Snoopy: I plates and napkins >
f school '_' building., Hostesses decorated the church were usedIn were also used. AC12E 1 GO P'apLlnjG r-; :!
The .
youngsters played games
',' were Mrs. O.R. Alvarez, Jr., decorations. The bride's table '
,. ',"; :. \ :,':f:: Mn. Jerry Dyu', Me. M.irk was centered with a two- and were given candy and book td .
., A ': I' r f M.3od I)', Mrs. A.B Whitehead, tiered wedding cake flanked by favors Among those attending. were {';l. .
candles and floral ., STUMP'SBOB
i Mrs John Kinney Mrs. Jerald arrangements : .
ttendee's grandmother, Mrs 1
Joan Spurrier of Jacksonville r.?
BildMin, and Mrs. Vernle
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I Thornton. and Fa.\e Johnson of Anna Loatrot, and uncle and '" .
aunt, Mr. and Mrs., Richard
A red and Cnristmns Starke cut the cake.
green <
f sieg, and their daughter, - -
+ 1hs theme carried out In the The punch table was centered : ,
ren, all of Jacksonville. FJMr. 'b."tJ.'t..J1." tb ." *** ."
party decorations.The refreshment with an arrangement of
table covered with yellow and flowers with &
was a green
Us Remind You Of The Fine Jim green linen ::.'ot'1 oJL'Kl:: punch bowls at either end. :3 HAAG'
with, lace and centered with an Mrs. Jeanette }Folds sister (' :
Investment Opportunity At epergnette holding six red can- of the groom greeted guestsat IJ
dies and white gladioli and pompom ,., the door and :Nancy Jordanof d,
i. The round punch table Jacksonville kept the bride's Is Alive !And Well
was covered with a white linen book. Assisting In serving were Presently Returned From *
FIRST FEDERAL ,cloth and centered with a crystal Jane Shelter, Shelly Spurrier, and Mrs.Travis V.Woods !! The Air Force, And Living In Warner Robins, Ga., r aJ-
punch bowl encircled. : with Lynn Strickland, Cathy Boat- of Starke announce the birthof Q' Where he is a Realtor
,cedar and palnsettlas.; wright, and Theresa :New, all a daughter Chanda Renee, aJo a-,
Your Savings Are Safe Insured Up Games were played, by the 2B of Jacksonville.The on Dec. in Alachua General do
attending and prizes awarded. couple Is residing in Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. Q' :t
To $20,000. Your'Savings Earn The hostesses presented the Jacksonville and Mrs. Nell Jo)ner and :Mrs t$,: He Would Like To iVish His Friends And Relatives

High honoree with a steam iron as a The brldo Is a 1965 grad- ,J. \\oodsofMaike.: A Merry Christmas And Happy New Year and Ask *
memento of the occasion. uate of BUS and is emplo.vedwith .. **
I Interest Also law firm of Harold n, :\11'. and Mrs. Rodney! Hansen lj". Them To Stop By And Say Hello' If You Are Ever *

Johnson Home Ilolmowltz Gulf Life 'lower. and Donald Harris. will leave 1 liThe Warner Robins Area. *)-

Can You Beat That As An Investment? Scene Of Joint Englewood The groom High Is School a graduate and of is holidays Frldajfor and ElroyIss will attend, for the the **T':I I *

We Invite Your Savings At Birthday'Party, with a district Texlze sales Chemicals.representative 30 Harrls-Ilansen( weddb'.

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johnson -:
FIRST FEDERAL gave a Joint birthday party Strawberry Patch Strawberry PatchStrawberry
Sunday, afternoon for their
sons Shane who will be six
on Christmas; day, and Jason, h a

who The was party two on was Dec.held 10. at the 1 LAST MINUTE GIFT ITEMS

home of the children's grandparents f
Santa9s Number Mr; and Mrs. Don
i Bagwell at 314 Mable Street.
; The Snoopy theme was car- a 9
ried out In the party decorations s '
9648000Courtesy A Snoopy cloth: coveredthe A" flair' fiarretttes ,ope '

---<:;: .t\ t' refreshment table, and a : ,
Snoopy birthday cake was the
)' 01 Flo. State centerplce.
Jason's godmother, Mrs. R. a
E. Firth, assisted In servingthe J- oa.
Telephone Company 20 youngsters attending. t
G a

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Hoi Birthday PartyLittle 1y' 4- f to
On, H.ut.t
MMill..., Tk,... r.f1I1., .. :3... Karen Sue Morgan celebrated ..
'./ e m, M 5:39: 1.m.el..e her first birthday Saturday
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Dec. 9,when her parents, t
Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan

FIRSi'FFERAL.' ., ., HI gave a party for her at their

111111 .. Savings and Loan: Association'of Starke. .\ home A red on and Morgan white Road.color schemewas Leatlier v

'. .r4, , ,,.' ;itanf'AMIM4, .. -.', ,1.-",.... .1 I c. carried] out In the decora- t Goods
H"" : tions.-4 The refreshment table
III The 110." 01 .4;a 1',".," TILIiHON/16.SJOO 3U w. MADISON IT < and Andy birthday cake
and decorations. 5 .Strawberry Patch Strawberry Patch
Approximately 13 guests attended ,Strawberry1LiU

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: "f Methodist Groups' Mrs Emllle Jahrllng of
o Frankfurt Main, Germany arrived -
Enjoy Christmas Dec. 8 to visit her son-
FestivitiesSeven in-law and daughter Mr. and
Mrs. P.E. Crtffls and sons.

grdttpa of the First Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy
United Methodist Church held were hosts at a Christmas and
parties In the part week: birthday party; Sunday celebrating
: the birthday. of Mrs. Har-
The Adult Fellowship Sunday dy and her brother Sam Mc-
school class had a cover- Gauley. The 35 attending were
ed dish dinner last Friday nightat from Jacksonville, Palatka
the home of Mr. and Mrs. East Palatka and Starke. tip :
Drew Reddish.
The buffet table was covered '
with a white linen and lace cloth Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Walters
and centered with a red white Sr. of Dublin Ga., and
gold and green Christmas arrangement Mr. and Mrs.. Lynwood Walters OLDS
The five tables in of Danville Va. wn be I
the dining room family room. holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs.S. .
and living room were covered L, Peek Jr.
with white linen cloths; centered ,,
with Christmas candles. Mrs. Louise and Etta FrIpp ,
Following dinner the 20 members of Columbia, S. C. will spend
and guests sang Christmas the holidays with their sister,
carols. Mrs. L. G. Powell. NfII ,. '

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Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson ;
will have their family home / c
Members of the Methodist for the long weekend: Mr. and '
Women' Sunday School class Mrs. Charles Lawson of Tallahassee ,
held their annual Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Bill ;(:
party; and supper last Morar of Panama City Mr.
Thursday night at the home of and Mrs. Joe Jordan of Live
Mr. and Mrs. Olin White. Oak and children: Miss Elizabeth -
Traditional Christmas arrangements Lawson and Miss Georgia ZcP,1 .
were used through Lebeou of Lake Wales and Bud
out the party; rooms. The buf- Lawson of Marion, N. C.
fet table was covered with an
ecru cloth over red linen and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hood '
centered with a red and white left Wednesday for Tallahassee ,
Christmas arrangement; flank- to spend a week with family '
ed by six burning tapers In and friends. (
silver candelabras. ,
Following'dinner, gifts were Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Hern-
exchangedTby the ten members, don of Valdosta Ga. spent the
and the teacher Mrs. F. W. weekend with Mrs. Pearl Edwards -
Strickland, was presented witha I
personal gift. .
Mr. and Mrs. John Stringerof >
Livingston, Ala. are holiday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. R.
Circle One met In FellowshipHall I b
Wednesday morning of last Mrs. C.W.Beasley of Gainesville
week for a covered dish lunch- and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
eon meeting.The Crawford and say Kevin, of
22 members attendingwere Ocala were Saturday visitorsof
seated at tables covered Mrs. W. H. Hart. Kevin remained '--
with white cloths and centered with his grandmotherfor ---.....
with Christmas tree candles. a week.
Santa Claus favors were at each
place setting. Mrs. D. G. Scott of Deca-
Awards were presented to tur. Ga. and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. J. W. Rltch Mrs. L.C. Bobby Welch and children. Angela -
Early Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. and Jeffrey of Monroe
and Mr.. Charles Hall. La. are spending the holidays
with Dr. and Mrs.O.L.Haynes 1

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Circle Two. met at the home Miss June Harding of Atlanta ..
o of Mrs. L. 'J. Green for a is spending. a week with her .
Christmas party' ; and luncheonon parents Mr. and Mrs. T._ B. \ And.
Tuesday. Harding. .
Mrs. Green presented each
member and guest with a Mrs. Edith Christiansen has .. .: r
Christmas corsage upon ar- gone to New Orleans to spend
rival. Special guests were Rev. several months with her four ,
and Mrs. G. L. Harper., '_ children and their families.Mr. :w .. I ?
The luncheon table was cov- C
ered with a Christmas cloth and1 Mrs. WUbur Barryof a '
o, centered with a Christmas ar- Palatka, Mr. and Mrs.Jim-
rangement. :' Hobbs of Crystal River .
f Following luncheon the mem- my Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hobbsof .. :. : s.
, bers and guests exchanged gifts. Gainesville and their children ,
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are spending the holidays .
l 0. eale.
with their parents Mr.
Mrs. J. C. Hobbs.,
Circle Three met Tuesday
morning of last week at the Mr. and Mrs. James Otto of
home of Mrs. E. F. Jones for St. Petersburg will be weekend '
the regular meeting and Christmas guests of Mrs. L.A. Canova. 1
Miss Marilyn Bellinger ofAsheville.
N.C. will be home .
from Thursday to Tuesday with May You Have A
Circle Four had a Dutch treat her parents. Dr. and Mrs. H.G. Happy
luncheon Tuesday of last weekat Bollinger.
the Holiday Inn.
Centering the long dining table Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Badmanand .
where the 12 membersand son. Martin, of Belledune, And .
guests were seated was New Brunswick. Canada will ProsperousAnd
a Christmas tree centerpiece. arrive Saturday to spend three .' .
Following the meeting gifts weeks/ with Mr. Badman's
were exchanged. mother Mrs. Emma Badman I" ",,< ,.. ,
and brother-in-law and sister, \ ;
LTC and Mrs. V.J. Spengler. :
,; ;
The Wesleyan Service Guild Mr. and Mrs. T.". frock is .. i. : t. .,,,,;, .
met at the home of their leader -*, of Panama"City arrived-;Wednesday ..,,."; ,'. "W" "" ;. 9 '"
," Mrs. Don Hardenbrook, to ipent the holidays -j 7\' 7J\j\k" 1 'N t '.t' ",":" 1
Tuesday night of last week. with Rev. and Mrs.J.T. Brock.;. j jJ : ,
Members were seated arounda J n J
long table where they spent Doug Seymour of TampajndHallle j
the evening making Christmas Seymour of Gainesvillewill J i,
corsages and Individual place be home for the holiday 1 ,
setting Christmas arrangements -, weekend.! :

Nursing for Home.Refreshments patients. of the Starke Miss Rebecca McMillan was 1 .

were served by elected membership chairmanof & May The Joys 'And
the hostess during the evening. Epsilon Zeta chapter. of the /
Each member brought gift Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, wV
for a designated family needing at FSU for the 1913 term. stilt I Hi ,
assistance during the Christ
mas holiday. Dr. and Mrs.Raymond; Hesse
of Jacksonville were Sunday. Spirit Of? The Season
The employees, husbands and Adams.guests of Dr. and Mrs. H.H._ .

wives of the Florida Parole and >
Probation office had a Christmas ,
Mrs. J.M. Vickers of Brunswick -
dinner at the Homestead .
Restaurant In Keystone Heights Ga. was visiting friends 1 ; .
Wednesday night with 12 attend- here last Wednesday.Mrs. With You
ing. / Always.
Carrie Herlong has returned r
Mark Crawford and' S.C. after week's visit with 9, "
Martin of Mississippi College a ','. f '
Clinton, Miss, are home for Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams. i't. .... .
the holidays. .
(Con't. To P9. 4)) I. / .
Clyde B. Terwllleger m of
Denver. Colo. Is visiting Ms .
parents Mr. and Mrs. Terwil- THE BRADFORD ; ..11'j't.\ : -
legar. Jr., for three weeks. COUNTY TELEGRAPH "': ,

Students home for'the holidays Published every Thursday
; are Denlse Winkler at 138 W. Call Street
Evelyn Sinclair, Martha Dennis Starke, Flori"32091
Rebecca McMillan. Bill
Brown, Tommy Chastaln, and Second Class postage paidat
William Sccg fns. Jr. of FSU; Starke, FloridaSubscription
and Reggie Flym of U. of F.
T.a Ml N Mk PWM M4 TWM
Rates: c.----p- J'"Sooner

Kotft Drug Will Be Open In trade area: $4.00 per STARKE, FLORIDA
year;; $ .50 six months
All lay, Sunday D.e. 24, '
For Your Shopping Convenient, Outside trade area $7.00per .1 or Later Your Fevorif D e o/er"

9 ..M. Till 7P.M. year ,$4.00 six month

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I PERSOE1ALS', r Warrants'In

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: Si4 ri spite of the provisionsof
(From Page 3)) Article 5 (judicial reform
) will be
amendment no change
Y made In the system of Issuing
Archie Green of Miami will arrest warrants In Bradford

be home for the holiday, 4 ,.,r Y t County-- at least for the next
six months.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Held of >r
Tampa will be holiday guests This function has beenhandled
of Mr. and Mrs George Flynn here by the County Judge, and
Jr. this procedure will remain unchanged -
at least until next July,
Mr. and Mr.. Gene Shaw and although provisions of ArticleV
children, and Mr. andMrs.J.R. transfer this .authority; to the
Walnwrtght were Sunday. Dec. Jtate Attorney's office:
10, dinner gue.U of Mr. and n
Mrs. John Kopelousos Orange M1 The decision to let the county:
Park on Mrs. Walnwrlgtifs Judge handle Bradford County
birthday. L.L. Conner And Doyle 1 warrants was made at a
meeting of Eighth Judicial:
Richard Walnwrlght of South Celebrate Birthdays SundayLawton ; 11g Circuit officials In Gainesville

Lake Tahoe Calif. Is home for last Friday, presided over by
the holidays. ? Chief Circuit Judge John. ,A.H.
Conner, left,'celebrated Jacksonville: the Francis: Dobbs s r r __ Murphree.
Mr. and Mrs. Jame. Martin his 96th birthday:Sundayat of Gainesville Doyle Conner
of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs a basket dinner party; at and son, Tallahassee, Mr. and State Atty.-Elect'c'ene';
Willie Chesser of Salt Springs! the Marcus Conner home on Mrs Eddie Wasdln of Waldo WMtworth, who had asked for
Mr. and Mrs. Audy Hlnson of Bay less Highway and his grandson the meeting to clarify some of
Palatka and Miss Florled KIl- Doyle Conner eelebrated Edna Thomas LaCrosse, Rev. r. ,t.J the problems. Involved .in the
llngsworth of Atlanta will be his 44th birthday.The L. E. Peterson of Lake restructuring of the court
holiday guests of Mr. and Mr. ISO guests attending Included City, the Glenn Coon r family 4' system explained that he does
James Dennis. the Charles Alvarez family of Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. not have enough money In his
the Wilton Comer family Ervln Dubose Femandtna. Judged the most attractive float In the 1972 Christ'prise' money to the young 'ladles. :(Editor's Note: The budget to set up a full-time

Mrs. L.s. Williams was In and Lamar Shaw family of Beach. mOl Parade was this float entered by Ctrl Scout Troop Telegraph apologizes 'for ''the light which got on this assistant state attorney for
Memphis, Tern. Dee:. 13 Dec. !Bradford! County; who would
19, visiting her son and family, .__. .. ,_H __ ..! .448. of Raiford. Starke Mayor Carl Hurst hand. First lllm: ,Rather than 'leave the photo out,, we decided to issue arrest warrants. :

Mr. and Mr. Roger Williams, Mrs. Nelson Greenunderwent publish It anyway.) He then proposed that, until
and she Is now In Lam Foe, Bradford Workers Will adequate funds are available,
Cal for two weeks visiting surgery Tuesday In Riverside Pay Two the Bradford County Judge
her other son and family, Mr. Hospital and Is expected home $2,200,000 Social Under The InfluenceTwo continue to handle that
today. Security --- -- -- -
and Mrs..Lemuel Williams function. He said Gene Shaw

Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibsonof Deductions Under New RateThe drivers dead, one seriously dents as well as military personnel Aetna one of the country's will serve as an assistant state
Mr. and Mr. Lamar Shaw attorney In Bradford County; on
Merritt Island will spend Injured. All had been throughout the U.S. largest automobile Insurers:
and son Jacksonville, and Mr. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.L. drinking. After an hour the drivers' .If you must drink,drink slow- a part-time basis
and Mrs. Carl L. Johns and self-employed locally The meeting attended by
Employed >persons> In Brad- holiday accidents: ? reaction time had was
H. Gibson. 1 '1,,:,.( deteriorated ly;
will be paying maximum Typically 'Elzle Sanders Reddish
Starke of and
sons of will be skiing ford a ; Dolph -
County will close drink-
..H pay to sharply and the average driving .Know how much you're
In Denver, Colo during the $2,200.000 In Social $864, as compared to $675 at NoA who will take over as
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- Security; trio of experienced volunteers >>performance as measured
Christmas holidays. deductions next under the present. For residents of Bradford had by stet the first county judge and sheriff
wire spent last week with Mr. year agreed to participate sys a limit before
and Mri. Mike Goldwire and 5.85 >per> cent rate that goes County this amounts to an In a highly controlled experi- tem, had plums eft 50%. In one and respectively, on Jan. 2: Circuit
Mrs. H.G Bollinger spent the family In West Palm Beach. Into effect January L This overall Increase of approximately ment to demonstrate the deadly fact If these drivers had met .Be; : honest--If you've drunk Court Clerk Gilbert & "Gib"Brown
weekend with her son-in-law year, the amount paid In wasapproximately $370,000 over the total effects of mixing drinking with on the road the situations they too much, admit It and ask Deputy Clerk Virginia
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. paid by workers and employersIn Darby and Marlan Flnucan of
Mr. and Mrs. Bill'\Graham $1,850,000. driving. met In the simulator--two would someone else to drive.
Jan Douglas, In TaJlahu.... The figures are based data 1972.' Each be dead the sheriffs department.
will have as holiday, guests, on participant downed three the other seriously -
W. H. Graham m of Los Angeles recently released by the Social The Increased amount will of his favorite alcoholic: concoctions : : hurt.
Henry Weber was admittedto Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Security; Administration, the Internal help finance the 20 per cent at a "Jolly hour" before Their "fatalities" could have
the Alachua General Hospital Philip Graham and daughterof Revenue Service and hike In >pension> checks that climbing behind the wheel of a been avoided. The American
Monday.Mr. went Into effect In September
Miami, Mr. and.Mrs. John others.On and the added benefits provided stationary simulator car. Medical Association: says GUARANTEED
Spongier and son of1: Gaines.yule January 1 employed The drivers were confrontedby flatly that three drinks In an
and Mrs. E.L. Matthews for widows disabled
>persons, covered by social: security persons .- specially: ) filmed traffic
Joalyce: ;Williams hour are too much for anyone.;
Mrs. Bob Ferguson Mrs. John and others.For
; will start paying at the situations sound and
of Petersburg
and St.
Miller and children, Kevin and daughers the local worker who who Intends to soon step behind -
and Miss Linda Mehl- rate of 5.85 >per cent on the speedy Judgment. The film
the wheel for
Anne "Nut- made In 1972 and ; some people
Mary attended the $6.000 paid IJ
Pa. first $10,800 earnings.. Their segments were excerpts of movies SPANISH MOSS CONTROL
cracker Suite" ballet In man Philadelphia;, $312 In social security taxes two are too much.A .
used Aetna
employers will match this regularly by
Gainesville the cost will be $351. The driver I. considered legally -
Sunday afternoon. new
Mrs. C. W. Fowler of Winter amount at the same rate. $8,000 will haveto Life & Casualty to teach good drunk In most states when t,
wage earner
Among the 51 candidates who Park was the weekend guestof The new deduction represents pay $468 Instead of $416. driving techniques to thousandsof his blood alcohol level (BAL) 1I'
Mr. and Mrs.Herbert Thom an Increase: over the 5.2 per high school and college stu-
completed requirements on December According to official: figuresthe Is .10%, But many.; tests showa "
15 for graduation from as at their camp In the Scrub. cent on the first $9.000 ofwages nation's Jobholders and driver's ability; becomes im- free f srVmofesI .

Lake City; Community College which employes and employers their employers turned $37.8 Old paired when the BAL exceeds
; Murry McRae of the Navy are now paying.As yhe .05% (the BALs for the three '
were Cecil Midas Associate billion Into the social: security; lcm&2J I CALL 961-5745 |,
base In Charleston S. C. will a result a person In the '
of Arts, and Robert L. Autry, trust fund last year. The total volunteers were .07%/, ,065%.,
local area who earns $10.800or
be home the
for holidays. and .055%>.
Certificate In Corrections: ,both $ this year will be about $42.9
more will be paying 831.80
of.Starke> and Ronald G. WUllaans billionw. Suppose you have one too
.Associate; of Arts,Law.-, Mr: and Mrs. Arthur L. Hoi- In social, security\ ; deductions !In'SS! COP.a. .\ .s tote. A.fIIr m .I naty.; There'.II iflulck way to f1-PlIJR.f.\P: $:r lJjpa.'t.: ";
; CQ
.u.s..41&1&h....v fcwink-,,'* .next instead....vr rant ... I strr .ku .1511.. 4ser
'1t-''*hey will receive 'their" ,. 8"-7-- -' ... ier-expansion. of benefit thl! j get out from under--Just wait. ... ... t
; $ ,
of Lake City! ; and Miss Hope' .. reached'-V An 'Individual's -' 'alcohol': '' 0 _
graduation' maximum tax will l 'be.
at regular
diplomas ,r '
HollWay W Jacksonville: will level will .08% each hour- q f*' 1
drop .
In the year 2011 when a per- WSt.
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In August.
ceremonies 539 E. ,
spend the holiday weekend with son earning $12,000 or over' During this holiday season Storks, Fla.
their parents Mr. and Mrs How To Treat take this good advice from
will be paying $876 Into social "When
a speech is boiled
Koch. Drug Will Be Open A. N.1 HolUday.
That Christmas security; annually. down, It Un't dry."
All Day, Sunday Doc. 24,
For Your Shopping Convenience Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. Is PoinsettiaTo
convalescing at home after being -
A.M. Till
7P.M. confined: In Bradford County -
Hospital over the weekend enjoy your Christmas
Local admittances to Brad with a broken arm :she re poinsettia throughout the holiday B&7R7DE-A-WX7
ford County; Hospital this week ceived: a fall at home. season, keep It watered
Include Warney Adklnson, De warm. and near aswry window -
lano Thomas, GUI Wynn Joseph says Dr. E.W. McElwee, N. 301 Waldo
Brantley Mrs.Mora Kio n- Koch. Drug Will Be Open horticulturist Florida Cooper

des, Mrs Margie' Underhill, All Day, Sunday Doc 24. ative Extension Service.
Mrs. Ruby Nettles Grady Wil- For Your Shopping Convenience; ., Potnsettlaa are very sensitive -
liamson and Sheryl Lynn Robinson to drying, which often results
,, Starke William H. Maxwell A.M.. Till 7. P.M. In loss of leaves. Keep

Mrs. Myrtle Dowling and the soil moist by watering
Lynn Hall Hampton; Homer Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanfordof enough to soak to the bottomof
Crime and Mrs. May Combs, Astatula and Eugene Rader the pot. Qt
Macclenny; Ralph TUlls, Key- of Peoria, ill. are guests during When the water drains out of v
stone Heights; and Willie 5
Lake Butler. Mrs. L. C. Early. pour off the excess. Never
let the poinsettia stand In water -
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Weldonand Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss because: the roots need
family of Bushnell were Mamie Anderson of Archer: will good aeration.
Tuesday overnight guests\ of be weekend guests of their sistor Keep the plant warmbetween -
Mrs. Gladys Weldon. Mrs. E. M. Davis. 65 and 75 degrees. KeepIt
close to the window but not
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Parrish Miss Joyce Denmark at La- In direct sunlight. And keepIt
of Atlanta will arrive Wednesday Grange,' Ga. Is home for the away from radiators, hot
for a week's visit with Mr. holldll,)'". air registers, fireplaces: outside -
and Mrs. Merritt Williams. doorways, or wlndowsllls.
Mrs. Marybeth Peacock: : of The real flowers of the poinsettia
Mr. and Mrs. Mike SIstrunk Jacksonville visited her grandmother are small and Inconspi:
of Starkvllle. Miss will spend Mrs. Bertha Pearce cuous.: The bright colored partsof
the holidays with her parents on Saturday. the bloom are modified

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Scogglns. leaves, called bracts. They Dancing To
Bryan VanLandtngnam and can be red, white, or pink. ,
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and David Bouterse of Mount Dora When you select a plant, look 4''
daughter, Evelyn, visited Mrs.T. were weekend guests of David for good bract size and color. Live Band
G. Rltch and daughter Jan, Harper. Bracts expand and color fully
In Jacksonville Monday.Mr. before the flowers open. A
Rev. and Mrs. (.' Co; 'Harp plant with flowers Just begin Nightly
and Mrs. Raymond Ste- er will have as holiday guests ning to open will last longer r 't
faneUl and family of Wichita. Tom Harper of the Universityof ; In the home than one that Is S 9 -2 a.DI.Make .
Texas will be holiday guests Chicago.<>> Miss Naive Harp. shedding pollen.
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stef- er and Miss Nancy Elklns of Pollen from the flowers appears

anelll. Martinsburg W. Vs. and Mr. as a yellowish powder.If S'r
and Mrs. Deunas Elklns of there Is a good amount of
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Barn-' Beckley W. Va.ZSYvrriiC this the flowers are too far
hart and daughter of Miami along, and will begin to deter-

and Mr and Mrs. Jack Carter '=: : : rrog; :?:.::.?:,::;1 *: ::: iorate. '
and son of Lake City; will spend ?" ..'}:i;%'+r'tr:,}'" Buy a plant that Is Just beginning
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. to flower and It will last
A. G. Loudon. Card Of! ThanksCARD longer. If hying one as a gift, v 'n

make It special: by Including dlrections na

Mrs. Titus Olson was the .. ... /. > : for taking care of !it.
weekend guest of Mr. and Mr. 0 :.;::;: .:i i .
Paul Hawkins and family In
Jacksonville.: Masons SetInstallation

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shiver wish
to thank each and
of Jennings Mr. and Mrs. W.
who nice to
everyone was so
F. Leslie and of Jacksonville
us during the Illness and deathof Installation services for new
and Mr. and Mr. T. E.
Strickland and Mrs. Bertha our loved one and for all officers elected: Dec.11 by Bradford -
the flowers. And especially; Lodge No. 35 F & AM arescheduled
Lang of Belle Glade will be
County; Nurse Mrs. Rlherd. Dr. : next Thursday; Dec'
holiday guests\ Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams and Mrs. Nettle

Paul Raymond., M. Wynn. The Jack L. Wynn 28 at 7:30 p.m. In the masonic Your Reservation For Your

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johns Family.: ball at Call and Orange tl.

and family of Macclermy and '

Mrs. Barbara Harvey of Atlanta All masons and thelrfamlllesare .Holiday Parties
will spend the long weekend CARD OF THANKS Invited to the open ceremony.
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. We are sincerely; grateful to .
Bitch friends and neighbors for their New officers are Worshipful
many kind acts: of sympathy Master C.F. Bateman Senior
Mr. and Mrs. John Hartley during our sad bereavement. warden Hal B. Hamilton Junior
and sons, Mr. and Mrs.James Our appreciation cannot be adequately Warden Charles L. Din-

Knight and Mr*and Mrs. JlmmyDowllng -- ; expressed. \Irf..., 'king, Senior Deacon R.O.Dns- Bobby's package Store, Has A Large Selection Of Name Brand Package Goods For The Holiday Season.r .
of Jacksonville: will The family of Wlmfo D. Williams. by, Junior Deacon Pat Wells,
a spend the weekend with their Senior Steward Joe A. Sajpn ,
mother, Mrs. W. E. Dowllng Junior Steward Randy R.CMsm,
and family. Tyler Elbert Nettles,and Chap

lain Glen Wade.

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Two Irate property owners glzed to Thomas, stating that properly. "confront them In a court of on one acre MOIS. u> VIe properly as soon as possible -
.before the County the board had authorized the let- Ahrano denied that he was law" and make them produce Since MrrfJ: : Mosley had sold he was given a temporary
Zoning Board Tuesday night In tar to be written several months conducting such a business and proof of their statements. his home Jacksonville, and 60-day permit for a mo- I
answer to letters from the ago when Thomas did have hogson demanded to know who made the wanted to move', .' a mobile home bile home.
Tx,1 board's attorney alleging con- the property, but that for complaints. Board memberssaid He said he was tired of the ; I .
ditions which the letter-receiv some reason the attorney had they did not remember the continued harrassment which
ers said did not exist. delayed writing the letter until names, but a group of four or he was being subjected, and the
recently. five persons In the vicinityof board agreed to vet the namesof *
Colon Thomas, who operatesa %
Ahrano's home had appeared any future complaintants.:
grocery store on U.S. 301 Thomas also requested( that before the board In protest. uTa5FROM
Harold{ L. of Jacksonville
: .. south of Lawtey, had a letter he be given a permanent permit Motley -
from attorney Elzle: Sanders for a mobile home on his Ahrano, who has an oversize requested( permissionto ?
I citing complaints received concerning business property; but was told garage equipped with hydraulic locate a mobile home on an
lift and other equipment, eight-acre tract of land recent
the "continued raising by the board that the zoning
.-- and slaughtering of swine"by ordinances forbid the location of said that he owned 11 cars whichhe ly purchased by him on SR-125, Little & Son Mobile Home
worked on In his spare timeas northeast of Lavrtey (the road .
residence zoned
a on property
Hester Thomas his .1
Cindy Treasurer on property.
; Bill Melton Prefect ; a hobby. He denied doing leading from US-301 to the Du-
for business. It agreed, how-
Thomas said he had
Leader; Judy Loper, President; Bud Mllikln, Organ. his hogs and this condition ever, to permit Thomas to ob- any commercial work at his Pont Highland Plant. Repair & Towing Service
Uatlonal Leader; Randy Millkln, Reporter; Tim Head no longer existed. Zoning Board tain another temporary permit home, although he said that The board agreed that this & (
Vice President. Not Pictured chairman John for six months when his present several of his neighborswho was an area suitable for mobile
Is Cindy Bryan... Sec. Torpde apolo- Complete Mobile Home Repair
permit expires next April. were presumably the ones com homes and decided to rezone
retory.,, plaining about Ills operationhad -- Sections 13 and 14, Township ,
.William Ahrano of Santa Fe asked him to work on their 5, Range 22 E (which Includesthe SewerSetup Water Septic Releveling '
4-H Horse Club OfficersThe 35 Highway Lake also registered strong cars, and that he had refusedto Mosley property) from the
Deaths Seen objections to a letter from the do so.Ahrano. present classification of RIB "We Aim To l'lense"
Bradford 4-H Horse Club Country.4H board's attorney citing com- requested( the board to (residential without mobile Starke, Flo. 32091
has elected. It's leadership for Horse Club members also Over Holidays plaints received concerning the take down the names of any homes) and EA (exclusive agricultural I
1972-73.: plan and participate In County ,"alleged operation of a com- persons making complaints In ) to OR (open rural(. PHONE Res.
One of the big activities for District and State 4-H Horse Urging motorists to prove mercial garage" on residential the future so that he could which permits mobile homes 1

the Club Is sponsoring an American Shows and have brought many them wrong, the Florida High .... .... .... _.. .... .... .... .... ..... ..'L_ '_ "" ""' ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''__''_____ '''''''''' _
Quarter Horse Association honors and recognition to mem- way Patrol has predicted that --.-------.-------------------------
Show In Starke next bers, their Club and County. 35 people will die In traffic
April. This show has drawn Just recently, 4-H membersPat accidents In the State during I LARGEST QUALITY
Interest and participation from Phlfer and Cindy Hester the long Christmas holiday Over 7,000 STARKE'S rI rIp
all parts of Florida the South- won high point and runner-up period. .
east and other parts of the high point honors. Gifts
"The countdown begins Fri- I
day, Dec. 22, at 6 pjn.,and ends
Monday, Dec. 25, at midnight," JEWELER
according to Col. Eldrige _
OurNatural Beach,.director of the Patrol. ,.1- r f ::
Last year 44 persons died asa

WORLD result the of traffic crashes, 12 durIng of- 'i-d IS YOUR GUIDE TO FINE I
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Naturalist have speeding vehicle were under the control and wd..J #

Gold Head Branch State Park of accidents.The 7 Patrol Commander said ) (A 8
that a maximum number of 't 1
troopers will be patrolling the \ To Choose
Keystone Heights Is now a will eagerly pounce on any-small highways and the FHP airplanes *
Wildlife Sanctuary. This new mammal, particularly mice and will be used extensively along From ,, ,
orldnance, which was sponsoredby rats. Depending on the availability with VASCAR. The Auxiliary
the Keystone Heights Jr. of food, due to the sea- Patrol will be assisting the
Woman's Club, was also endorsed son, his diet will also Include troopers. 1

by the Rotary Club and snakes, turtles, lizards Insects @. : :::::;::;;$$ :::::::::$:::;:;( ::::w:
the Garden Club of the City. hickory nuts, wild OPEN
Formal approval was also given grapes, wild cherries, carrion the old 1V1nt You'll Find A Gift For ,, 'AT'
In the form of a letter by the and grasses. Few natural ene- Member OfThe ALL DAY
Florida Audubon Society and the mies harass the fox, but a bob- .ALAI, nxa;AA M wyN Every Family
Game and Fresh Water Fish cat would be too much to handle .II/r AteD ApAYr,A .NtIM.AVAM. Lys.iD.R. J': t_ To FH Your Budget! WEDNESDAYDelight
and confrontation would be 1. OVtll0 !" "I:" v \"
a .
Commission at the Lake City _aAAd nNl""I/"fI LOW SENSIBLE' PRICES
District Office. avoided If possible. F "..,, :( .
Now that these numerous varieties His natural taste for rodents ) ; ,
of wild animals are protected and rabbits make the gray foxa
let's all try to find out very helpful mammal to have
as much as we can about them.In around. 1"II ... 'If' Her For Extra J.3pecialJChristmas
the following weeks, I will be As of July, 1973, the gray ."There's no sense In ad. an. ::
fox will Join the list of
giving brief sketches on the protected troubles. No
habits of some of these newly mammals In the state, but vertising your WithA .
protected animals. we of Keystone Heights have the one will buy them.
This week: GRAY FOX jump on them. We protect him qive her Diamonds TQ
The gray fox may be found Inmost now! rlPhtjTi-.ri\( : \ "' r r
Florida habitats. When In the past, the red fox was : .4i '
pursued, he may climb up a released In this area by fox City Rates LARGEST SELECTION
tree and leap carefully from hunters and now many have .. There is finer ,
limb to limb. His nails are crossed with the gray fox pro- (From Poo \1)) no, ; ,eFL JG.SE D" MONP$ ."
I watch
used like a cat's when.t't'eed'- ducing-a mixture of both. The i fiw ]a'"i salsa nwvrt iu J'W tQMt than a : .
or he may emulate a bear In red fox la not as enthusiastic commendation lat ..the: ,,..January of.timeless,beauty. ; Can a l'
scaling a tree. about climbing trees as the meeting 'MI' .. Professional Ring rfepair-We
The numerous dead oaks and "We need something,"Councilman I a
gray.Marilyn k4 iii Remount Your Old Diamond To Be
pines found here provide an excellent Mullis Orie Wiggins said In .
site. The gray fox pre- Park Ranger Naturalist giving his opinion of the rate
fers rabbit for his meals but Goldhead Branch State Park study. "A Beautiful New Set For Christmas
"I don't see how we can
do anything about the electricity .. .
but we've known for years > ,. ,'
that the water and sewer sys- ;'% ra_ All Work Dane On Premises
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home tems haven't been doing any- .. .
thing. With a study, then act-
Ion by the council it might be
STARKE something good." Wiggins Is
a member of the Utility Com-
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Idea for such a study. Clerk
Merrill Edwards thinks, stem
HEIGHTSPHONE med from former Natural Gas
Supt. Bob Patterson's recommendation -
47.1-3176: : that the city's natural
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It ..." ...... ......,,,. ,......... ,........ William Maxwell, Lynn Hall,
bills were presented and approved
;I r J' Mrs. Barbara Bruno, and Ralph sary construction was handled by the Council. Hourly and Al Foxworth. We're hop-

0\\ Vaughan. by Mr. Vaughan wages were set at $1.65 for Ing for a speedy recovery for

? A. C.,, Dennison, only member CITY COUNCILThe light work and $2 for heavy them and that they'll be home
., of tile City Council able for the holidays.
:; to attend, was given the honor City; Council met Dec. 12 work Michael Williamson celebrated -
; Thomas
: Mayor suggested that
; \ :' ;;' of lighting the Christmas tree 'with several visitors and all the old fire house be fixed: up his sixth birthday with a
lr\i'\i" for the occasion. members present.Mr. for recreational for party Saturday, Dec. 18. He
; Students of Mrs.Tracy Jones' Salter, representing the church and purposes clubs.Coun- is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
ini groups
Protein Plant explained the
Bible class presented a singIng Charles Williamson
cil members allotted $500 for
cause of the odor coming from
followed by a
program groupIng
ii ... .. I the plant and outlined plans to windows, doors and paneling
fore conductedby
( .I. } everyone, ,for the building with restroomsto Jackie Rae Hall celebrated -
eliminate !t.
; Mrs. Connie Clark. Valert be added later. her ninth birthday on Dec.
'ij Nell Tucker, who Is to audit
Jones accompanied the singing
18 with dinner highlightedwith
\ the City's books, gave Council Groups desiring use of the a
on the organ. building will contact Mayor' cake and Ice cream. Jackie -
members' Information on handling
Santa Joined Frosty the Snow Thomas for the key and will Rae is the daughter, of Mr.
\ :; man and Rudolph the Red-nosed money from revenue and Mrs. Jack hall
!\ be required to leave the building
J and Plans
sharing tax.
...JblI1'IIIt.' ... Reindeer' on stage, laden with clean and In proper order. Col. and Mrs. W.R. Trigg
were made to work on the CUy'sbudget ,
candy and gifts for all the visited Fred and Nilde Sackett
....... pending verification of Mr. Lett was asked to evaluate -
children. the usability of the combina- while enroute to California.
last .
a The children enjoyed ice year's figures.A tion sink stove and refrigerator Col. Trigg has been reassigned -
Jacksonville '
lawyer from
cream .and soda with coffee in
to Vietnam.
unit the City; Hall. Plans
for the adults served by the was retained as City; Attorney.Mr. Rev. Preston
are to remove it if It Is found Sympathy
Hardy will be moving to
SANTA VISITS HAMPTON Attractive Snow Man Float was entered In th. Chrl > Senior Citizens. Starke In the near future. faulty.; Perry and family In the loss of

Santa had a busy day Inllamotrip I he was guest of honor mat parade last Saturday by the Ladles Auxiliary of the The combined efforts and financial Other business Included discussions Members also allotted $100 Rev. Perry's sister Mrs Em-
ton last Friday. He arrived at the children's Christmas Hampton Volunteer Fir Deportment. support of a number of on placement of need- for the City's; Christmas party. ma Lee Bradley of Miami, who
at the Hamilton' Elementary program and party at the old people made this event pos ed street lights, drainage con- >passed away on Dec 15lnOcala.
School early in the afternoon school. sible. The twelve-foot tree was Don't forget to have your
faulty signal lights at the
then visited the post office and Some 150 children enjoyed donated by Mr. and Mrs. railroad crossing, and a radio THIS !.N THAT lights on Saturday night, Dec.
stores the party under the direction Harold Waters and stage settings for the police car. Several Several of our people are hospitalized. 23, 7:30: p.m. for Judging In the
After a short rest from his of Mrs. Charlene Rodrtquez, props and other:neces Both Mr. and Mrs. Home Decorating Contest.



For how many more Christmasea iI I
It Is foolish to be bashful
will the world bewailing
about writing.Information .
for peace on earth bALL men? letters Information concernIng g i s I I
This do not know. We
we can ,
children's and Interests
though; be grateful for the true ages '.1'
Is helpful and welcome ",
meaning of Christmas. sending
sons know will be
you "
Be grateful to mankind'sgreatest gifts- 1 ifChildren's.Interests' ., '
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gift the birth of the
change "
Christ Child.. le) grateful for
from to : If the
year year. only I ;
Hit birthday, knowing that (he
child's age Is known, it Is '
pos "
spirit of good will on Christmas e
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antique lovers, the lacquer thinner to every four
most satisfying "find" Is parts of alcohol. Songs and sonnets have

many people, wall With genuine hardwood) ally means that the wood often the one that gives the For varnish first try a lauded it, peaceniks adoptedit.
Is the first
paneling thought
paneling (which Is readily color and grain pattern have feeling that you and you half-and-half mixture of advertising acclaims it and
that comes to mind wher
alone appreciate the thinner and dena- now
available in local building can lacquer safety experts have
planning a new room of s supply stores In such In been printed on some sub- true beauty of the piece tured alcohol. Do about two found it.
certain kind-specifically, stance other than the wood you've discovered. It's the square feet of the piece at Yes the Advertising; Coun
a den. family room, game teresting woods as maple, named and made to imitatethe old oak chest or mahogany a time. Pour the solutionon. cil's chal
new campaign
room, bar. finished base. t pecan, butternut, walnut, wood whose name it table that has been refln- scrub it In with 00 steel
ment or teen room. Panel. elm, oak and cherry), each uses. In this situation, you Ished and repainted untilno wool, stroking with the lenges the American motorist
Ing's rustic, earthy quality wall you construct is unique will find the panels have a trace of the original grain of the wood. As the with the theme"Safety Belts
makes it an Ideal backdropfor since each living tree definite repeat pattern in the wood's beauty shows varnish dissolves wipe !it -when you think about it,

a relaxed atmosphere in forms its own authentic grain, and your wall will through, but you know It's up with rags. Afterward go it's a nice way to say I Jove
which to have fun And its grain pattern for one-of-a- lose its custom-made quality there. over the whole piece once you."

easy-care features make It kind! design. Beware, though, Without the natural richness The beauty of such hard- more with a cloth wet with "Fastening safety belts la
practical a busy room of "wood-like" panelingthat of genuine hardwood wood furniture Is its dura- the solution, to even off the a reminder of the life and
where smudgy fingerprints, Is called "oak grain- you are likely to find wall bility. It can stand up separate areas you've work- death risk that
people take ina
spills dirt and grime are ed", "pecan patterned", paneling quite unsuitable through a lot of use. and ed on. I "
likely to mar the original "walnut stained" and the for any room in your home. basically still be in good On hard-to-budge varnish, moving automobile explains -
beauty of the wall covering. like. This terminology usu (NP Features) shape. In fact It's one of use ,a water-rinse paste Dr. Paul Fine. "Everycar
But when you have the r the things that makes hard- paint remover or use -in- trip is dangerous, but
practiced eye and imagina wood furniture such a good diluted ammonia, which Is since people can't live their r

designer tive flair like of a Ellen top Lehman interior Baked Beans Light Up The Meal buy for the consumer. But perfectly safe for your hard- lives in fear, they unconsciously -
with time and use the sur- woods' Rub the ammonia on deny the threat of
McCluskey, F. A. I. D.,
you face can become unsightly.
with 0 or 00-grade steel danger by not using their
can recognize the great ver Baked Bean Fluinbo
This suburban living room designed by Ellen Lehman McCluskey Make no mistake strip- wool and rinse or wipe off safety belts."
satility of wall paneling and 2 Ig ((16-oz.) cans baked Vt cup brown sugar, ping the finish off can be a
and stiff brushor
with water a
learn to use !It t interestinglyin F.A.I.D.. use the warmth of walnut wall paneling to add a quiet beans in molawwa firmly packed Job. There'sno The'problem In creatingthe
touch of luxury without ostentation. A feeling of naturalness is hire pretty messy rag.
Worche ter
any room In the house. 6 strips bacon fried 1 tablespoon "miracle cure" for It. new campaign was how to
The wide diversity of Mrs. completed by the use of a lush shade of green in the rug, wing crisp and crumbled sauce what to Ammonia Is also what you get around this denial mechanism
But knowing use
McCluskey's work ranges! chair, and arm chair and in the light pattern of the contemporary 1 medium onion, chopped 1,4 CUP premium American with the various finishes need against the old milk- he said. The Adver-
from couch set close to the window. fine light whiskey based paints. For ordinary
IlJth century English and add the chopped onion. Simmer should help. tising Council decided thatan
Save the bacon grease commercial liquidor
paint a
French and American '
and Worchegter- To remove shellac, a simple -
until onion is transparent. Add brown sugar remover is appeal to emotion wouldbe
paste paint
the contemporary idiom. t r-1 shire, stirring until the sugar melts. Add bacon bits. Mix half washing with denatured more effective than an
"There Is no room in any the brown'' sugar!! mixture with the baked beans in a Ivi qt. alcohol should do the trick. effective
house that cannot be en- casserole and heat in 350" F. oven 20 minutes. Just brush it on, and when Don't let yourself be discouraged appeal to reason and, after
riched by the use of hard- ; Remove from oven and top with remaining mixture. Returnto the solid shellac dissolves, by the job to be testing several different approaches -
wood paneling" she feels. 1' oven placing under broiler until the topping('Whl overtopping Remove brush It out evenly How done. Your reward will be with consumer

ment Mrs. McCluskey, chose 1 Flambe, gl9ws ignite with and a soft blue flame the dish is ideal for era will ball up under beautiful pattern of the original one that appeals> to the
sturdy oak paneling for her serving ,by candlelight Serves four to six. pure alcohol and you'll hardwood hidden under- strongest positive emotion--
son's bedroom. Oak is hare need a solution of one part neath. (NP Features) love.g .
as well as strong, and resists
dents, wear and hare r
knocks. While the boy was WHIUwmw

growing up. Mrs. McCluskeyknew a+71
that the oak paneling, .a-i 9

which practically. thrives on
abuse could withstand a r'I
carelessly tossed roller
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skate or a chemistry-set experiment fwf iR-Jiimji
that didn't work out

properly. She also knew it k AFTER CHRISTMAS *
would still be standing
"strong as an oak" -and /. ..;::7.,7'f t, -
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still be suitably rugged .J!!'.

looking when her son had Designed "by Ellen elimnn'McCluskey F A. I. D., for her son,
grown to young adulthood this man's bedroom Is dominated by a massive four-poster bed
/I Now that he is a studentPOINSETTIAs in mahogany' with mahogany side-chairs upholstered in red 252O61

leather mahogany lamp: tables and a cherry desk. The dark
woods within the room combine with the lighter oak walls to seta

very masculine tone to the room. ALL LADIES' BOOTS ALL ITEMS BELOW


In college, Mrs. McCluskeyhas key chose walnut paneling Pocket Radios

redesigned the room to "The friendly, home-like e Solid Stole.: Battery, Earphone
suit her son's more grown-up charm of walnut creates a & Strop included

personallty-and still uses feeling of well-being for 3 I jje Model PR600 o.o.. ..r.l..
the same oak-paneled walls. those who live with it and / ...M{
For the suburban living adds a quiet touch of luxury / I I
room' of one of her very sat- without ostentation," she r All SLIPPERS Child's Papler-Mache Banks

Istled clients, Mrs. McClus- said. ) e Colorful & humurous
Men's, Ladles' 8 Children's I
I. e Choose front cartoon characters
old tim.y cars & buses .
1 1 J
& horoscopes O.i 01.....,...

Living Xmas GAINESVILLEtjf 5.M'cj
/ / Assorted Ashlrayse
I '
Color / i '7!'
e Porceloin with florol

From ,,1.9,9 ,. 'rlt';: :PU- 4 *.''l 4/t r, FR ectoryAUTO .. I i.- All ITE"iG ELOW I / 1 I w' ,.11".design 1tF'ta.! !:::Bean 40 .8won..+:'PrAssorted !Bag''.'_.A-:Ashtrays t;1., ,. /

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SALES ." 'GARDEftSUPPLIES 3" red plaid design: .
W.ight.d bottom &
Ladles'Fashion I 0'
colorfulmetal trayOwOI.
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson& Faris, Inc. Ladles' Styled ...IM. ID
Blouse Dresses ...Kc

OLDSMOBIUE SEEDS PLANTS Assortment ,1 e Fashion Assorted Trays o.rol.rl.. .
SALES & SERVICE (Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS styles ...Hc
e Several styles I I .r e Round & Oval
Fine selection of Used) Cars M.TU & fabrics e Acetates Pointed & hardwood -
We Rent Fertilizer 6 blends
Taken On Cadillac Trade 32-38 ail
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 224 N.W. 6th Ph. 378.0476 Out Dl... wl.. e Our 10-18 Dl.te P.1,. Y 'u- ...A4c"..63c
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Plastic Helpers
/ / Assorted nitsfor

GIFT POWELL'S LIDDELL I I'j' storage Pfl.c,
XMAS ....
Beauty AcademyLearn Ladles' r: .......

OF LIVE/ Glass Company"Glass Ladles' Skirt Plastic Plastic Mugs

a Profession In Your Famous Maker Assortment Sugar Bowls t ..;
t Ass't. colors
Nut Fruit And Spare,,Time. Full or Part For Every Purpose" 'Skirt Sets Assorted t Ass't. colors -. ,y'1. Oyfe

Time Store Fronts Mirrors 100% Acrylic styles & Our ,

Shade TreesAZALEAS 219 N.W. 10 th :373-2766 *. Tub Enclosures Showers Assorted Solids fabrics ....A4t m DI..m:
styles, colors 1' l ;?.:
Furnitures Toys Glass L & sizes rmts18 Plastic l-iI, : Creamers :lPaper Towel Racks

ReplacedNEW ev, Ass't. e Standard size In
colors decorative, colors
Various Varieties Size ELECTRICIVJotor LOCATION Our ales rrl.. o,. Dl,.. rrl.. D .
'Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville N.. .OS' w .uat lA6' a.a.4 DI. <'" mo.: : M..m

$1.69$4.39- Of Gainesville. Inc. 372-8191 372.1102 Girls' Girls' Girls' 1 'r I I I I Z' Plastic EH Timers
Rests ilre '
Repairing Rewinding Santa Fe Tractor Famous Skirts Full ) Keeps Spoon workana I I I For cooking or decoration '
Maker & slacks Fashioned '
New And Used
cleanOut 0.,
2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372-8318 LONG Dresses e Solids, Sweaters / 1 .."" '
/ / D..........
.1 To 5 Gal. ContainersCAMELLIAS Farm & Industrial Tractors e Assor e "All prints'S elOOTacry / I I ."
MOVERS ted colors
Hydraulics Hose & Fining & assorted lie Plastic Ell Slicers

Long Distance Moving Bolts all Sizes Steam styles e7-U e 3-6X, @ Soap Dishes Slices, whole eggiw..44c

Various Gal. Pots Storage Packing! Cleaner & Chemicals ,) f-14 Ideal for home orovel at on. time,
Sales & Service x.,2,96'x. 2.00 .., U. T. W.. ur r. ',
Varieties ,Crating ShippingFree w.,3r9ts.,, fI0 1.96'a.r,2.00 1A6",1.00 Ol' ;i.".'
Estimates Call tl :_
PI ck Up & Delivery I a.Di....
$11.98$2.59- r.... e .,/. e Cork Inlaid Kitchen Peelers
4488 N. W. 6 th St. i. w.. w.. Coasters
} e Peels evenly No

Gainesville, Fla. chunksCheese ,


RYEGrass Van Servie Inc. MUSICBALDWIN_ / rn..N.. m
I I / / I I Slicers Kitchen Shears
3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vllle Ij/ fill /g/
e Handy & easy e For all purposes
372-4271. ,
SEED Lb. .160 AUTO SALES SERVICE / ...Joc OwDL rrl..

100 Lb. $12.49
Boys' Long Sleeve Knit Shirts / / -

GMS.! INC. e Assorted prints
JiP/wJ.w /
e Sues 8-1 lg 0l.e.lrtee. /
: x..1.96
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MUSIC Co. Men's Sweater Assortment
Our Dl... r>,;i.. I 1 .K

G'vllle Shopping Con. e e Acrylics Colors. S-M-L-XL& blends 11 I I ALL ITEMS BELOW

i Factory Authorized 372-5351 w.j.61 x..1.63 'j. ;

Pontiac ..a.jAl a..5.96 I I I 0.. DI", r.....
Sales Parts-Servi ce MOBILE HOMES REPAIRS Men's Long Sleeve ,
1 I Vinyl Toilet Kits
210 N. Main Gainesville, Fla. I
SERVICE Knit Shirts.e *
Live f, Plastic lined
Real e canvas
:372-2583: ; n, Assorted designs ALT BE TY AIDS mVlnl
/M e Red plaid: Zipper
I'r.' Mobil Keene '
CHRISTMASTREES Sla 11'611 Bayer Aspirin
0I. > !
Listerine Antiseptic ? ' i SvsflUt, Int. w..3Ai' 1001HE Bags
"\, Men's Flannel Robes 20 Or. ,,,, ,,,,, Fllht ow
Authorized Dealers e Assorted styles colors thw rum ., ,. ., xa ,1Gs3ti e Mesh. body nipper: 3 hin:, ;
IRa eSuesS-M-L OwDi... P.u. 9gt" Mennen tip pouches: I suite. 01..

1.98 Up -,_....:..... For EvanslnterthemSlegler, x..1.16 z "' Skin Bracer ._ Share BabaspI Ceram Jh9
I Vinyl 1 Print! Shopping Bags
2920 H. E. Waldo Rd. Heating & Men's Fleece-Lined Gloves :Vrlety 1 oz; '." ['$\ Assortedf prints for
Black & Suede Patk
Gainesville 3760691SalesServlceRentols 'e OleS 21'3 t ad
Air Condi ting Equip. : r< or shopping l2 s 14'h'
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lQRlp/i/ I 'L".J .
r/ w."ra r pea r/r./ .. ...
Supplies AwningsAir .w ?r. e .. ISo" M. C''Pt.
..I:. \ Rental as low at $4.30 per x..3<4fN..1.08 w189 .' ".-3 c..
day Kitchen Installed Complete Conditioning Installed

*.< eoOpen
a For All'ealer

All Day Wednesday/ Shasta Aircraft Keystone 378-8902 90'A. ..151J SAVING MONEY LAYAWAY PLAIT

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11 / ., a tM TURKEYS 17 IBS. $

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QUICK rnoziN
1 ,' REDI-BASTED 10-16 LB S. .


Breast . ."u.79C Drumsticks ., ,LI.. 39C 11:. .
t : 10 IBS. \
I F C .AND UP \ r c
004 LB Thighs . LB.49c Gizzards . LB.49C r -


u ) Delmonicos ,. . LB. $189 Baking Hens . . LB.49c W-D BRAND )
r% Round Steak W'V: . LB. $128 N. Y. Strip Steaks.10 Ss: ; $9M USDA CHOICE BIIP
( IBS. UP) .l ;.
= Canned Hams . 4 CAN $399 Pork Hams . . La. 88C 1 CHUCKWD .."I
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'! Turkey. Roast . 4 PKG.' $299 Extra Large Eggs 2 DOZEN $l '. ROAST
,_ SAVE 10
'I Rump Roast BONELESS. LB. $139 Pumpkin . . .... 'CAN 6-01. 18c '

r Chuck Steak . .' 78C Spiced Peaches '. 3 CANS *l t
/tRLS. ,

'm Ground Beef . 3 ,L:. $199 Garden Peas ,. . 5 CANS $1O LB.

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.... Ihif YultllJt Staion a ... i
1 iptclat,. en. Far. oil Gift your of lotto fri.ndt. and. 4 1 b-OZ. 1 1-LB ,
Gilt ofwith/ Winn-Diiio Gift Corlili- I// *' $1 $1 PKO. / 5
cola, or* eall l Winn-Di. ..... 11C CANS (QTRS.)
In varioul donomlnilloni and will k. PIR LB. 3 1
honored in any Winn-Dlai. In 'Ih 11-ox. .
loulhooil.So' '. PIES SAVE 25 c. THRIFTY MAID I Ms'1 I
your Wien-Dlai. 5'' Manager 'LB. CRANBURY.. / i
today ovoryene for the epareciotti lull.d..II., about A the WinnDi ,gilt- s ,SAUCE 5 CANS 16-0 S1 100 '-W. B i I
.ie Gilt Certilleal I ;
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rOUAKTI. lOIN 1LICIO' INTO Reas . . . 6 CANS S $100 Eastern Apples .. .11 FOR 79C j!
,., .

|.Bacon MlCHOty awe?.man. I'. 78 I Fruit. Cocktail . 4 c Ns S 88C Florida Oranges 5 59c- :. 1.,
w o LAND SMOKIO '0' IMOULDIIPicnics I r I .
( laMtl0C1 I'W," 49C I, Sweet Potatoes 3 CANS s 88C: Fresh Lettuce 'LB.19c I
Steaks 10 : .
WO BIANQ UIO* CMOtCt lvi$99-j III1. WHO 1] ( . . JAR 48C Crisp: Celery 2 FOR 39C
Tenderloin.4f..Q.I"OIl'O..H.M.*, $2" IMa/Onnalse . . 32001.JAR 38 Potatoes '. 5 ,,1 Kt $1 5 4 9 I
Cocktail 3//$))19! SAVe'Be THRIFTY MAIDCranberry LB.
nun 1000 iui MUB '
Dressing '3 Si:i $100( ;/ Cocktail 'omC58e CdoIRDWhip I . . 2 QUARTS $100 BAG
Dill Sticks. '.-' 48'TMIItTV / Stuffing Mix . ;S3'. 35C Pumpkin Pie . 4 ;v 99c
J'- I
1 1'1' Bread . 4 o,88C Pineapple . 4 CANS n I
0''D..N.3" 1cANa 88'AMOW : ,(0" ,,'
VIVID COtO* ; "{; .
Napkins 3 "SS $1 1 !II II IIIa.A i iVtCTOUT t\f/:/{ --" '.- ,.. ASTOR PURE VEGETABLE: FOLGER'S ,'vII ., .
MAtAKHINO"" J' "... '_. .-1.
Cherries 3 .na $100 1 ". -Lit. ..) '
f ,. Coffee ,:,
OIOgtA.101w1? I 5 h I DIY,
c' : P f
Potatoes. .. 48 / sM
ortenlng a ;" ""
MAIVIIT r.UM c...... i .
0 Berries 3 n0e TIa. $1 1 1flUH I .A 1 Limit 1 with : / Limit 1 coff.of.$7.50 or mar.purchatxcludlng :'1 ,,

I Coconuts..3 -! $100 : ::' I, ", I
t.'TI" ,
Apples; ,5.I'. i 69. ( :{ J. "' ': i

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v rX'i Several writers say< that
Saves Poinsettia mince pie originated In
Germany, while others say that
It's beginning Is lost In the
If you wish your Christmas annals of history. It was how.
poinsettia to last, give It the ever an essential part of the
proper cart. Yultlde celebration In early I
After maturity, keep the England.Old .
poinsettia In a cool place superstitions held that
about 60 degree K. and giveIt l I t# Ali any person refusing to eat
proper watering. If the plant mince pie would be unlucky for
It not properly watered, the the coming year. Those who
leave will drop soon after It tii l did partake, would have the
comes Into the house. :Soil:I number of happy months \
AY same \lLt
should be watered thoroughlyuntil : is during the year as the numberof f. L-I I-
water drains from the bot INI w houses at which he ate mince
tom of the pot, then allowed lo pie.
become rather dry before watering
Is repealed. Roots of the
polnsetlld arc sensitive to toe
much water. If the pot Is set In Lf
a jardiniere and allowed to )
stand continually In water, Torrlngton, Connecticut
roots may rot In a day. +' erects for It's children In
Some weeks after Christmas, r z$, 4, December a Christmas village _
the polnsettla/ goes Into a normal where Santa and his
dormant or rest period elves work on toys, surrounded -
and drops Its. leaves It la dif- by shelves loaded
Ocult to give It home care that with gifts. Santa chats with
will revive It the youngsters and provides
next year's each one with a gift.
practical for homemakers to His sleigh and reindeerare I
attempt to save poinsettias likewise an attraction
from one year to the next. and Include Rudolph the
Red-nosed Reindeer. The
Nativity scene with the Holy
Family Is lighted by a Star
WHY? of Bethlehem.
Dr. Clement Clarke Moorewas
ashamed of his poem, S. MLc9<hank
very famous, "Night Before"Christmas
and would I not, The superannuated friend
acknowledge that he wrote it says one trouble with retirement
for more than twenty ,years.: Is that It takes all the
The Lawtey Youth Croup won second Place with this largo float In the 1972 Christmas Parade. fun out of Saturdays. you for letting us serve you!
land fish during Christmas Photo
accessories fill
CHRISTMAS CUSTOMSThe week. Then,. It Is customary, *
they bring their catch to be Bold. IN NEW ZEALANDNew ;''Christmas stockingsFor GROCERY
origin of many Christmas The funds from the fish sale I
spend their 702 BROWNLEE
customs can be traced are contributed to their local stuffing Christmas
back to prehistoric times.Some Christmas Day In much the
parish. stockings with useful Items,
Pagan customs were modified same way as It Is In the United lerrlr .
to fit Into the Christian observances. States and Europe. equipment
furnishes a good source
But, as official Christian
Holidays, Christmas and New Some suggestions Include
Year's had a long struggle! to SAN FRANCISCOSan BLOCKS TO BUILDA rolls of color film, pre-pald
become firmly established. Francisco's first tree preschool child likes toys developing mailers, flash
was made In 1850 from he can put together or build. bulbs and cubes and appro-
Douglas fir branches wired to \Blocks are an all time favorite. priate batteries. tlbm
IN NEWFOUNDLANDThe a stick by a German Wine ,
proprietor. .
people In Newfound .fg

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happiness be found ....... # '.r r
with '''' :: ,May the ,won, "1.of; .-. .
you. --'''-'-''' r "Chrtif\ /rSas tfiiio'Iff way Tin""':"' -

:, r"\ "KSTARKE to miry home Its'message

of brotherhood Into
ovary heart.
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We prescribe Only the Bestl I 1 J. E. HARDY All Our Friends

... Customers and Coffee Drinkers

fTEXACOl KOCH DRUG STORE Hear again the greatest story AUTO SALES J

: ... ever told. Peace and goodwill
to all men.

May the light tHE BRANDING IRON

Delia and Ed Col. from' his star

shine on all of '" Felix and Betty Sullivan


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Abstract Co. .Meats & Groceries

Sure as Santa's coming n'Ub

WB send our very Goon

best wishes fora ,

Christmas oioy ,! i } :Peace ill

and happlnes*.

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Chddmss std S Nsw YvP
Mary OVr
season we are pleased to greet
to it am nryhbas i and frwKfilStan's
Bootery and thank all our loyal customers.PFLdRIDA .

fogue Manufacturing Company Stanley and Miriam Mathi

Peg Richardson Johanna Fowler j L .+ BANK AT 'STARKEI '
Charles T. Flynn, General Manager Myrtle Young Daisy Hamilton Mary Lawson

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111CALL -
., under the direction of Mrs. Hamilton; Dream Children-Su-
NOTICE TO BIDDERS FOR BIDS BIRTHDAY PARTY party with lots of refreshments. Countryman. Entitled "God's sanne Dyal, Deborah Parrish,

Municipal Diesel-Electric Generating Guy Wayne Parrish celebrated Gifts were exchanged and the Supreme Gift", the castof players Burt Klrkland: Wise Men- Sonny
The City of Keystone}Heights Plant Additions and- his 8th birthday Wed., Dec. children all received gift bagsof Included: Mrs. Glenda Andrews Andrews Paul Emery Mike
;: Florida will receive sealed bids Modifications""City of Starke. 13, with a party given at his fruit and candy which were ; Robin Welch; Drew Andrews Emery Soloist- Rev. L. L.
=r: until 8:30: p.m. on January Florida home by his mother, Mrs. provided by the Brooker PTA, ; Johnny Welch; Carolers Parker and Susie Welch. Pianist -
r 1972 at the Municipal Building Wayne Parrish. Fifteen guests The'parties were highlightedwith rankle Andrews Angle Mrs. Paul Emery. Accordionist

:: Keystone Heights Florida on Sealed proposals will be received enjoyed playing games. Refreshments a visit from Santa Claus, Andrews: Corky Welch) Susie was Tammy Andrews -
;:1! the following: by the city Council of By ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER of potato chips who was In the area checkingto Welch; Mike Comerford. The and curtain pullers wore
; who has been
: All merchantable pine Umber the City of Starke florida birthday cake decorated with see naughtyor .tableaux consisted of Isalah- Donald Welch and Wilbur An-

Inside area designated by blue until 7:00: P.M.* (local time)on clowns candy canes and cokes nice. McKinney Thurston Henry; Shepherds- d
School Principal Dewey -
1 painted lines. Sale area lies February 6, 1973.; for the Municipal NOTICE! were served by Mrs. Parrish. sincere DwIght Emery, Tony Ray Stalnoker Following the play Santa
north of the gas line on Key- Diesel Electric Generat- Guy Wayne received many nice expresses appreciation Peter Henry; MaryKa' Claus presented gift to all

j stone Airport In both Bradford ing Plant Additions and Modifications Frances Chapter 140 Orderof was given by the pastor from gifts. Everyone had an enjoy- to all parents Brooker who thy Comerford; JospphDonald. present
worked hard to
: and Clay Counties. Sale area the scripture 1st John 1:4. We able time. so help -
at which time proposals the Eastern Star will observe Elementary celebrate ..
) approximately 200 acres,ponds will be publicly opened and their Saint Johns Day. feasted on Advent Spiritual Is -
Chrsltmas. Special thanks
i.t{ Included. read aloud. Proposals received Sunday Dec. 24, at Nebo Baptist message given by the pastor. CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIESAT Intended for parents who MERRY CHRISTMASAND
Seller plans to sell on a lump- after the above specified time Church 2:30 p.m. Along The day's service was termi- BROOKER SCHOOL vided Christmas food pro-
sum sealed bid basis to the for opening will be with the Masonic family the nated with a message entitledDo The last week of school prior' trees ,
highest and best bidder and reserves unopened to the sender.returned public Is Invited to attend. ( not Be Afraid.) The'point to the Christmas holidays was and time gifts in and who gave Christmas their A HAPPY
the right to reject any The project Includes furnishing Emancipation CelebrationOn was brought out that we are filled with fun, excitement; and
of and fruit and who
bags candy
and/or all bids and to waive and Installing one Dual-Fuel January I I. 1973 the Annual afraid of things that are not festive spirit. ;
assisted the teacher with the
any formalities so as to best Diesel Generating Unit with rat- Emancipation Celebrationwill Important;; If we put our trustIn NEW YEAR
his Interest. God we would not have fears. Tuesday morning. Dec. 12 parties in any way. Appreciation
serve ed capacity of' not less than be observed at Bethlehem ,
A check payable to the seller 2500: kw nor more than 3500: Freewill Baptist Church at 8 Scripture reference Luke 2:10-: Mrs. Hurst and Mrs. Scott's Brooker is also PTA expressed for their to donations the- From
In the amount of 10% or kw, complete with all auxiliaryeflpment II verses. classes presented a musical
for the Christmas parties.
more of bid price must accom- foundations wiring p.m.After the address there will Christmas rehearsals were Christmas program for the student
pany bid. This check servesas switchgear piping1,'and all other be a popularity contest and the main activities and were body. Tuesday evening School 2 1973.CANTATA reopens. Tuesday January STARKE APPLIANCE
bid bond and will be returned Items necessary for acomplete 'crowning the winner New Years held Monday Tuesday and Dec. 21, the same program was ,
to bidder If he Is not the turnkey Installation, Including King or Queen of 1973. Thursday (today). Wednesday presented for Brooker PTA,
successful bidder. Successful additions and/or modifications Prepare to attend this program night Prayer Meeting was held. and was enjoyed by all. Mrs PRESENTEDBY SERVICE
bidder will be expected to sign to the present building. and enjoy an evening of The Ladles Circle Is meeting Scott, Mrs. Hurst, and their NEW RIVER
a Sale Contract and provide All material and equipment entertainment as well as being with Mrs. Louise Linsey. Fri- students put a great deal of BAPTIST CHURCH CHOIR
payment after he Is notified furnished and all work performed informative.32nd day night Prayer Band will meet work Into the Christmas pro- The New River Baptist Church 322 Brownlee
that seller has accepted his shall be In accordance with at the home of Mr. and Mrs. duction and are to be congra- Adult Choir presented the Can- I
bid.Failure the specifications and contract Anniversary Clarence Covlngton. tulated on a Job well done. tata, "Love Transcending" by ,
of seccessful bidderto documents pertaining thereto Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Chambersof There will be no selling from Thursday morning Dec. 14, John W. Peterson,Sunday night, I
enter Into a contract within which may be examined at the Hwy. 301 S. Starke are cele- the kitchen until New Year'sweekend. the Bradford High School Dec. 17.Featured soloists were: Your

30 days of notification that his office of Fred Wilson Associates brating their 32nd wedding anniversary Chorus under the direction of Rev. L. L. Parker Mrs. L. L.
bid has been accepted will result Engineers 3970 Hen- on December 27. Sunday School, 9:30: at 11 a.m. William Chapman visited Parker Mrs. Wilbur Andrews'

In forfeiture of the bid dricks Avenue Jacksonville They will renew their wedding the Primary department will Brooker Elementary School and Mrs. Paul Emery B. B.Hayes I thu1 -'-.-F0 "RXBb!." I
bond; provided that timber Florida, and at the office of the vows and hope to enjoy many present their segment of the provided the children with a and Robert Hoop. Accompanistand
deed has been examined and City Clerk City Hall, Starke. more years of happiness. Christmas program. with Mrs. colorful variety of Christmas Director was Mrs. JamesR.
Alberta Rlsby In charge. The
found acceptable. Florida. Countryman, and tne reader -
music. We certainly appreciate Dealer
Contract conditions: No Copies of specifications and Church News day will terminate with the Junior the visit of the BUS Cho- was Rev. Countryman. Afterwards -

trucks permitted on taxiwayS contract documents may be ob- Greater Allen Chapel AME department presentingtheir The students really liked a Christmas Social
or runways; penalty for cutting tained from the office of Fred Church Rev. R.G. Hastie pas segment at 6 pjn., A 3- the rus.performance and it addeda was held in the Fellowship Hall WHERE FAIR PRICES
outside specified sale area will Wilson Associates 3970 Hen- tor. Sunday School will begin act Play" "A Christmas StrIn- lot to their holiday spirit. and "a good time was had by

be negotaited with contract; drlcks Avenue,.r;Jacksonville, services at 9:30.: Morning ser- ger.attend Everyone la Invited to Friday Dec. 15, each class all. This same Cantata; was
fences shall not be damaged; Florida, upon payment of $25.- vice U a.m. Fellowship Hour School had an afternoon Christmas also presented to Ralford PrI- AND QUALITY WORK

gates must be kept locked at 00 for each set which will not 3 p.m. All members are ask- The Day Care Center ..will be son Tuesday night and will be
all times; keys available from be refunded. t Partial sets may ed to cooperate with all activi- presented Thursday night to
City Hall; no open fires per- be purchased from the Engineerby ties of the church. The Christmas open every For day Information except Christ- PAYROLL ENVELOPES, the Starke Nursing Home. IS OUR PRIDE

mitted on Airport property. payment of the cost of reproduction program will be held at mas.964-8866 from 7-5 each call Bradford County Telegraph. Wednesday night; the 20th
For maps or access to property at the rate of $0.75 6 pjn. All members and the day. Ph. 964-6305. the Christmas Play was given

contact City Clerk at per sheet of drawings and $0.15 public are Invited to attend.
473-4807 between the hours of per page of the specifications. Greater Bethlehem Freewill

9 a.m. to 12 noon, Monday A Bid Bond/;'properly executed Baptist Church Rev. Jasper Smoke/ Says; OUAOI A. QUICK
through Friday. by the Blddo and by a qualified Williams pastor. ALftO AVAtlABlll SWIM, ft you ng MOZIN PLUMP BROAD. MIASTIDTURKEYS.
Roy L. Watkins surety ore;a certified or Last Sunday services began TiCASN TINE! um >Atl TUKKlVt CAM. MONITftUCKll >MI. TOOT
Airport Chairman cashier's check(on: any nationalor with Sunday School at 9:30.: At cfuusnA SICK. OUCMft IUKIV MAKINO MINS 0;
Everett R. Fox 11 an' Advent = AND CONNISH OAMI HIM*,
state bank, in a sum notless a.m. messages! srFREJ
Council Chairman than five percent of the amount ,

City of Keystone Heights bid, made payable to the Chair "I ) 1 pwi s, 1
12/21--3t--1/4 man of the City Council of the PAIR
; CALL FOR\ lilac( 'YL v 17 Las
City of Starke, Florida, must
accompany each' bid as a gua- TIis Board of Commissioners &UP
: County N,+ s CJ!)
In The Circuit Court Eighth
rantee that the Bidder will not of Bradford County
Judicial' Circuit of Florida In withdraw 3LB
from the competitionafter will accept sealed bids to be 1 SUPERMARKETS
And For Bradford County. opening the bids and, in opened at 10:00 AM Monday'
CIVIL ACTION the event the contract awarded -
8 1973 Wl"me1
January to cover '- -
Case No. 1491 to the Bidder he will within C-rnpunsation Insuranceand L '' 32O S. WALNUT ST.'y" .
BILLY JONES ROOKSBERRY ten days thereafter, enter into
Fleet Insurance on the .
SR. Husband Plaintiffvs- contract and furnish the required County Employees and movl.ia. /- 10 TO 16 POUNDS 43? ...._ _.._.
VIRGINIA RUTH ROOKSBERRY bond, failing which he shall vehicles owned by the.County. h t\ b tS :'?nSSO: :, SUllSIOTO :: u .....
Wife Defendant. forfeit deposit us liquidated da- The County\ reserves the rightto r "- FARMER GRAY SELF BASTING TURKEYS :?: ,,!
NOTICE OF SUIT mages. The Bid Bond and Per- --- :
reject any or all bids. 1fj 1715$ .Irlpe.Nt/aC r
NO PROPERTY formance Bond are required to Gilbert S. Brown .Pon' leave your fire. '!oLh... / iUP 45c : 16 USI I 49c:- '1f.1.D.L 1W98TAMf
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.e1 M I'Py"' -'i,, TO: Vj{ '.lnia.Ruth Rooksberry.1eth be secured from and executed Clerk .to'Board a( 4 _,_ '_ynatt.nd.dL1' \ _. 'a- .-...... .+rr4aa. +mL. ..... _:;;- .. ---_ s .t .. COUPONS
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", (' polls Indiana an agency of the surety or Insurance donors '
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- company which agency 12.212t1228NOTICE Sliced .
FIED that an action for Dissolution shall have an established placeof CANNED rrrrrrrr
of Marriage has been business in the State of Florida IN 'THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1 SIRLOINONIIESS. [ ;] : QUARTER PORKAGAR'S frlrrlrcrr
filed against you Virginia Ruth and be duly licensed to oF INTENTION TO FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL
ftf Rooksberry and you are required conduct business therein, and REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- !

to serve a copy of your such agency shall receive and Notice is hereby given that FORD COUNTY. CASE .- HAMS Lion Chop
written defenses If any to It, retain full agent's commissionon MORTGAGE FORECLOSURETHE STEAKS '
on the plaintiffs" attorney such bonds. the undersigned, pursuant to KEYSTONE STATE BANK, ALL

whose name and address is Each bid should, be addressedto Chapter 865.09.: Florida Statutes a banking corporation Plaintiffs 2 To 3lb. Pkq. lb.
Dudly P. Hardy 114 North Wal- the City Council.Starke Florida will register with the -VSBERNARD EMAN- rrrrrrlr i __
nut Street, Starke Florida, and marked "Municipal Die- Clerk of the Circuit Court In UEL ud WILMA W.EMANUEL, $ 2 9 78 *
file the original with the clerkof sel-Electric Generating Plant and for Bradford County florida his wife Defendants. !!if' 1

the above styled court on Additions and Modifications", the fictitious name of NOTICE OF SUIT $449 cmIJ
or before January 15, 1973; and delivered to theofflceof Griffls and Sons Fiberglass TO: BERNARD EMANUEL and L8
otherwise a Judgement may be City\ Clerk at the City Hall. under which I am engaged In WILMA W. EMANUEL Ms wife
entered against you for the either by a representative of business at 3 miles North on You Bernard Emaunel and EvcrypayLowPrkefciwTBfcetn'
relief demanded In the com- the Bidder who shall obtain 301 Starke Fla. 32091. WUma W. Emanuel, are here-
plaint or petition. receipt therefot,lIor.; by registered Woodrow D. Grim I. P. O. by notified that a Complaintto FIVE BONELISScuulT_ / : ;
I.r WITNESS my hand and the mall with., return receipt Box 945, Starke Fla.32091 sole foreclose certain mortgageon POUND CHUCK TURKEY
seal of said Court on Decem- requested. 4r:<> owner. the following described property CAN .r'e e e _

I ber 12,1972.Gilbert. The City reserves the rightto Dated this 24th day of November to-wlt: ..... STEAK DRUMSTICKS
S. Brown waive informalities In 1972 at Starke Brad- Beginning at the Intersectionof AOAItCanned SNSw/.

As Clerk of said Court bid, to reject.any,or all bids any ford County Florida. the North line of Call ..........IKI ..'T' ,.. .
I By: Beulah M. Moody in whole or In part; with or 11/30 4tchg 12/21 Street with the West lino of ;raw
As Deputy Clerk without cause and/or to accept Cherry Street In the City of HAMS 3329 maw

(Court Seal)) bids that, In Itt Judgment, will NOTICE: : TO BIDDERS Starke Florida, thence run
: 12/21 4t 1/11 be for the beet Interests of Sealed bids will be .received Westerly along the North line Pantry I LIBBY'SGOLDEN DELMONTE
the City of Starke. up to and not later than U:00 of Call Street for a distanceof
City Council of the A.M.. January 15, 1973 In the 55 feet, thence run Nor- REGULAR GRIND CREAM
In The County Judge's Court City of Starkest Florida office of the Business Manager, therly and parallel to Cherry pride OR ELECTRIC PERK, I; CORN STYLE 16.5oz = TOMATO '
t Of Bradford County Florida. Merrill Edwards Union Correctional Institution Street for a distance of 40
In Probate t City ClerkT'|. P.O. Box 221, Ralford, Florida feet, thence run Easterly and I OR WHOLE KERNEL her CANS

IN RE: ESTATE OF REGINA 12/21/72 3t 1/4/73 32083 for the sale of Pine Pulpwood parallel to Call Street for COFFEE GARDEN SWEET JUICIrrnaq E O::
AVERY SEWELL, DECEASED ..-.... harvested by prison a distance of 22 feet, thence\ i 17oz CANS PEAS E I ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS run Northerly and parallel
All creditors of the estate forces, and the length of cut to Cherry Street for a distance "''NnTn, I 1171//1r

of REGINA AVERY SEWELL, will be approximately 63 in- 'of 25 1/2 feet, thence\ LB C 'I arnan i

deceased are hereby notified NOTICEPRELIMINARY' ches. run Easterly and parallel to 59 MIXOR /3/$1:
and required to file any claimsor 'CERTIFICATEOF Bid forms may be secured Call Street for a distanceof BAG I 1
demands which they may CORPORATE from that office. 33 feet to the West line M ATCH

have against said estate In the DISSOLUTIONIn 1274M228NOTICE of Cherry Street; thence run e _

office of the County Judge of The Name(And, By The Authority .Southerly along the West line
Bradford County Florida, In \ Of The State Of Florida OF INTENTION TO of Cherry Street for a'distance
the Courthouse in Starke Flo- TO ALL TO WHOM THESE REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME of 65 1/2 feet to the .
rida, within six calendar months PRESENTS SHALL COME Notice Is hereby given that point of beginning;; situate REYNOLDSBROWN.H.BAG VIVA
from the date of the first publication GREETINGS: the undersigned pursuant to Lots 5 and 7 of Block: 14 of BELL OiCOHATO*

j of this notice. Each Whereas THOMAS H.CRAWFORD Chapter 865.09.: Florida Statutes the Original Town of Starke. .
claim or demand must be In JR. JACKSONVILLE will register with the Florida, as per plat thereof TURKEY srze NAPKINS
writing and must state the place FLORIDA: A. B. BLACKBURN Clerk of the Circuit Court In recorded In Deed Book N..'

of residence and post office JR., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA and for Bradford County: Flo Page 759 thereof of the pub*
address of the claimant: and : PATRICIA STAFFORD rids, the fictitious name of lio records Bradford County VOtMt- W'M''

must be sworn to by the claimant JACKSONVILLE;:FLORIDA did Robbie's Camp Trailer Sales, Florida. .,
his agent or his attorney on the 14th day of JUNE, A.D., under which we are engaged has been filed against you and SWEET ft MELLOW \ :'l.f1 1
.; or1. It will become void. 1961 cause to be Incorporatedunder in business at Rt, 1, Melrose you are required to serve a PUMPKIN Filled! Candy i :. 494
according to law. the laws of the State of Fla. 32666. copy of your Answer or Plead Golden Ripe MACN01011/AYH/0l/ 'MA*
M. H. WATSON Administrator Florida J. M. EDWARDS KEN- James W. Robinson and NinaC. ing to the Complaint on the I i Candies NIY' 394!

l of the Estate of Re- NELS, INCL. a corporation, Robinson, owners Rt, l.Box plaintiffs attorney George H., PET I S N.Aexl..NCreur
KIna Avery' Sewell, deceased. with Its principal place of business 510, Melrose Fla. 32666. Pierce P. O. Drawer 1030,,. PIES Rock Candy
ELZEE: S. SANDERS at STARKE, BRADFORD Starke Florida, and file the BANANAS i RITZ i Ma,.
[ Dated this 24th N. till *rn
Attorney for Administrator COUNTY In the State of Flo day of No- original Answer or PleadingIn
!. 138 West Call Street rids, and whereas such cor- vember, 1972 at Starke Bradford the office of the Clerk of i Big Jim Sticks ***

"t' Starke, Florida 32091 poration did on .the 8th day CotmtyLFlorida. the Circuit Court on or before ....C1110 Ma i Mal '. .
12/21 4t 1/11 of DECEMBER 11/30 4tp 12/21 the 8th day of January, -fir. 5=
!t. A.D., 1972 IQC Bjt89: : CS Merry Canes 394
cause to be filed.,ln., ,. the office A. D. 1973. 1 .
.WITH MtT tStockings.L" K Ma
If fall to do so, Judgment eS I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO of the Denartment the State NOTICE OF INTENTION TO you 200
.REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Florida, the documentary authority REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME by default will be taken I I .... 494
Notice Is \ required under Section you for the relief de-, _
hereby given that Notice Is hereby given that mended ..
the undersigned under the provision 608.27. Florida Statutes, showing the undersigned, under the provision notice In the Complaint.This shall be. published CveryDay tpwPrkePILUtUMY Every Day LowPrke Every_Day LowPrkeNATUKIPE ? _BonusBuy_ EvcryDayLowPrkeMOCIIPAY
the dissolution of such -
of 20,953: Laws of Florida corporation of 20.953 Laws of Florida
ml | once each week for four PET KIT! arty Flak* UtABlJ'tAIrtFRUIT '
Acts of 1941 will register Acts of 1941, will register CAKE 9N JN'SkWfft
with the Clerk of the Circuit Now therefore'ihe: Secretary with the Clerk of the Circuit consecutive weeks In the Bradford 9" PIE .
of State does County Telegraph Starke, STRAWBERRIES- MreMu H
Court, In and for Brad- hereby certify Court; In and for Brad- .
ford County! Florida,/upon proof to the foregoUgWtd that he ford County; Florida upon proof Florida.. ....-WHITf fllLOK'. Done Ordered Starke
and at
of of this notice Is satisfied that the ,
publication requirements of of this
of the fictitious name of Brad- of have been ,of thepublication flcttttou name ofnotice Florida, this 6th day of December &iLi ri
ford Publishers under whIch compiled h.-Jjj A. D. 1972. .
ford Publishers
I under whichI :
] Gilbert S. Brown _
I in GIVEN .flRtor __
am engaged business at my hand and am engaged In business at _
Starke Fla. the Greta Seal of the State Starke FJa.wWlam Clerk, Circuit Court

James M. Carlton,, ,U. S. 301 of Florida, at Tallahassee, the J. Averbuch sole By Beulah M. Moody
South Stark*;, Fla., or Long- Capital this t114 Hot day of DECEMBER owner X P.O. Box 188, or Stark Bradford County, Florida O..wi /w r fveryOsyLewPric*] IvcryOey\.owtIr\ tveryeeYLoTrPnk CeryOylew* fc.

horn Restaurant, U, S. 301 S., A.D '19'12.RICIlARD'nCK Motor Court, Stark*. Fl*. (SEAL) H. Pierce CHANBEHRYSAUCC I LIBBY':':: :. REYNOLDS cAPRI. ... SUAVEBALSAM SHOP EARLY! WE WILL BE
Dated this day or NO-. DAY
Pi O. Drawer 1030 .. .......... .. BATH OIL
Dated this 18th day of December SECRETARY OF STATE: *. "'
v moor, TJ.1971 at Starke, Florida 32091 ItZI .Ko*Al oe NAKMW4 SUNDAY & MONDAY'
A. D.'1972 at Starke Preliminary CertificateIt Bradford Starke p
County Florida. 41
Bradford County.J"l6rlda 12/21 12/2 12/23 Attorney for Plaintiff .:. L:1 39c 12. 88 DEC. 24th A ?5thLegal
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Grace ACTIVITIES United Methodist school on Tuesday night. First vottonaL a brief business after which there was Mrs. H.W Bennett and Mrs. cross Ga.was a Tuesday over T.L. Wainwright Another say ,\; :JIIP' -/j ,
Church Sunday School 9:43 ajn. and Fifth grades put on a Christmas was announced that meeting.Miss Kath-It Daisy; Bock, visited Mr*. Alice night guests of his mother Mrs. L.L. Wainwright; of Tallahassee .,
Worship Service. 11 arm and Program which was enjoy' leen Brown of Michigan will Austin and Miss Slnah Prescott spent Wednesday afternoon
.7 PJn. MYF meets Monday ed by all. Christmas Carols our new Extension Home Economics be at the Convalescent Cen- with her.
night 7 p.m. were sung during the evening, Agent. .She will begin ter Nursing home in Gainesville Joe Napley. of Jacksonville
All are invited to attend the and refreshments were served her duties as of Jan. 8. Christmas last '!Thursday tight called on Mr. and Mrs. H.W.

Annual Christmas Program by mothers of the First and gifts were exchanged otter Mr. and Mrs. Randall Bradley Bennett; on Sunday. NOTICE
which will be held at 7:30 jun.on Fifth grades.PERSONALS.. which a covered dish luncheon ,'of Jacksonville, spent the Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogley
Dec 22. A Program will'' weekend with their mother and girls of New Smyrna Beach,
was served. There 12
were '
be presented by the childrenand : Mr*. R.L. Bradley. were Friday overnight guests of
youth division and a visit Mrs. Ernest Wells and Mist Mrs Hubert present.Priest,Mr..Ma Mrs. J.O. Pone of Talla- their parents Mr.' and Mrs We Repair Most Business Machines'
HighlandBaptiatChurch( Arthurlne Blanchard called onMies mie Lou Edwards and Miss hu..., spent Wednesday night W.A. Mosley. They left Saturday -
;Sunday Either Mason in Jacksonville Arthurlne Blanchard tedher with her parents Mr. and Mrs. ; to spent the holidays with
-w ,School. 0:43 tun. Worship on Thursday. sister Miss Enxa Blanchard, Bryant Reddish On Thursday, relatives In N.C. Typewriters (Portable & Electrics)
Service 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. The regular December meet- in Baker County; Nursing Homeat Mrs. Pons and her mother, Sherri Napier! and Geneva
: Prayer; meeting Wednesday ing of Lawtey Extension Horn Maccleimy during the week. Mrs. Reddish visited her eon. Wilklson. of Jacksonville spent I Adding Machines Cash Registers
7:30. followed by Choir Prac- Economics Ray Reddish in Tampa until from
Club was held uthe Sherri Napier Geneva Wllldson. Fridayto&wdaywlth their
: tice. Agricultural building in Starke and Shelly Rowe of Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Cleaned And Repaired
R PTA MEETING on Wednesday Dec. 13. Mrs spent theweekendwltii and. A.C. Pearce visited her asG B.L. Wilklson Sn, We Pick-Up & Deliver '
daughter-in-law Mr.
Truby Wainwright gave the de- their grandparents Mr. and
The Lawtey PTA met and .
at thee Mrs. B.L. Wilklson Sr. Mr* Wallen Sapp and
Reggie Norman of Chlefland Jacksonville,Tuesday CHRISTMAS FLOWERS STARKE TYPEWRITER SERVICE
spent Tuesday; with his parents. Thursday.; a Azaleas are making a big
Mr. and Mrs Truman Norman. comeback as a Christmas flow
Friends of Mrs. Marvin Roller -
Mrs. P.D. Norman and Mrs. regret to learn that she is er. You'll find red azaleas,white PHONE 782-3020; LAHTEY, FLA.
i Ernest Peavy and son Carl of ones and pink, as well as a ,
in Riverside Hospital
a patient
pink and white variegated
Ocoee: spent Thursday; afternoon Jacksonville. .
... with their brother-in-law Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo .
= and sister Mr. and Mrs Carl spent Thursday; with her,..
Prevatt and Mrs. Evelyn Nor- mother Mrs. P.L. Dtnklns.Mr .
i man.Mrs. *. Edna Irvlngham of
Nellie Parrlsh. of Max- Tampa. Mill Debbie Phillip;
vine, spent Tuesday with her of Macclenny. Mrn.MyrtleGas- I
in-laws Mr. and Mrs Cvl. kina Mrs Lola Carter and
Anders. Mrs. O.J. Phillips were dini i
.. nor guests of Mr. and Mrs.' I "
.. George Shurord on Friday. i 1"r
e Other guests during the after- rr

non noon Starling were E.C.and Harvey Mrs. Ver-Bill ntirtr r h:(,'( ::;.: :;'':.:.' ,. f.I. ...:...'.;,.',"." '..'..;....',..'....,

Gaskins Mrs. Elnora and her, Ijugher Prlvett. ,, Mrs.D e. };}: f..i! tl}r \()}){ !'Z;

I Bobby Norman and daughters. ...... ... ..'.f..... "i" ,, .

II I eaeA uncle sons Harvey and Mr.Mrs., and scent and in James Seville.aunt Mrs.Saturday R.Mr.W.A.Norman and with Mosley Mrs.her and cz: ):, ': !

were Saturday overnight guests ,, ., ill! ::: ;

I i of and their, and son-in-law Mrs.of New Jerry and Vogler Smyrna daughter .-Ce.- : ; 'v'a [:

i-. Beach. On Sunday they visited As on the Holy Might ..
.!.I (Breetinp their brother and wife Mr. and when shepherds watched.the .
Mrs. Cecil Mosley Samsula.. glad tidings of jj
Rev. and Mrs. Roy Storey of Christmas ring out. t -J fi
Marietta Ga. spent the weekend Semion's Joys! &
with their parents Mr.and Mrs.
I: WIIM BEST WISHES.., H.L. Barfleld and the Kenneth t ".
W. rend. holiday Barflelds. CROWN CENTRAL
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CYr.: Joy to all the world Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mobley' LUMBER, INC. JOY ..,.'. LIIA- .
this holiest of seasonLDeSUE of Tampa spent the weekend IfJ.b\,;
I.' : with their brother-in-law and Earl Jones
< sister Mr,and Mrs.JcMKubne. Mary Qnanui ;};
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family. i Starke Y m ()
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Jack Wainwright, of Way-; '" iab
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Thursday when Florida. Bank Employ**', ipnt lour; a* they were/' unloading the' tr_. Passers by, ,

hour decorating this hug tree reachngjho[ coiling. evidently enjoying the show, called out greeting a* r

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to be served consecutively. trial docket. two weeks ago in Tallahassee. pressure is already almost too
Donald W. Martin a guard! Three prison Inmates Sid- Representatives from most low the mayor said.
employed at the prison last ney Davis, Ersklne Washing- state agencies were present at "After the planning, how does
summer, pled guilty; to Introducing ton, and Jeas>Anderson who the explanatory meeting. Pierce the water system get into
contraband (a bottle of had agreed to a negotiated plea said, to protest the way the regions Hampton?" asked County Sanitarian
whiskey) Into the prison last of guilty; on'the assumption ,have been drawn. The Jack Trawick, ;pinning ..
August 10, and a pre..ntencelnve.tfgaUon they would get t no more than proposed regions for Hortda! down problem Hampton County ..'.>.> .;' ;.-- r.J --.1.
was ordered. 18 months additional time,balk- are said to contain counties Commissioner had been hitting
Edith Qpa- ed when questioned by Judge with nothing In common. at the entire meeting.
locka, pled not guutytocch; Crews, and he ordered that Local officials last Thursday ills department,has a program : f
of Introducing contraband (the their cases be set for trial. appeared to throw cold to get water and sewer ,
drug cannabis) Into the state They are charged with possession water on a county-wide; plan- funds, Schmertman: said. He
prison last July 9, and the of a weapon. by a state ning agency because, In the noted the FHA has almost \
case was trnimferred to the prisoner past, state and federal planning taken over distribution of federal \rili "
grants have been used locally funds for water and sewer 1Jfl"O
that j1S __
only to find later for rural areas under 5,000
4 l' no t'unWIi'r8", available to Implement population. ,\O Ot
the project that was
Areas above population
fi TERWILLEGARMOTORS County One case cited by figure would apply to the U.S.
I ; Commissioner Dave Department of Housing and Urban
liquors imported and
Shuford was In 1959: when the Development CHUD)the City .
City of Lawtey received funds ,
; of Lawtey was told
1 j to plan a city; water and sewer funds Schmertman was Quest I t domestic wines, for your holiday rr
project but then found no
about the new state regions by
available to carry out the pro .
( ject. Commissioner: Ralph Bryan.. men .', 49r9( fLnTMftY, prices, "
Jfy'lM.JTi< -A A. \ .. at.p'a UC6Ut 'IOUX'

."l'Trades: '" On New this-.LawtIe1i..bowfte'fte'\and ;year water applying funds for through the sewer ss die st", ""own he do it feels.'for two you. cents"Schmertman:in before said they k' -'ol'l SPECIALS 2s""frr'?

Farm-Home Administration. "Twelve years ago they"City
Now In the preliminary stagesthe of Lawtey) submitted a plan and ,

1973 Fords request funds by for Lawtey federal is match-still couldn't get any money (to This For Years !'
Ing Locality Ten
t p Itwa found at Thursday's carry the Dave plan Shuford ouD,said.Commissioner "Nowthey're Serving ; f g'

meeting at which everyonesat trying again for the dollars. WHISKEY
around for half, an hour 1 .
1971 For. LTD waiting for someone else to /
$2495 t1.T.. jtflrt the meeting, that the Cityof Streets. Ancient Age Fifth Per Case $55.30 t."?
Two Door V-S
Hampton was the source Fifth .,,'
i Calvert ExtraCanadian Per Case 55.21
Power And ,Air. of the local request to the Department From .
of Community; Affairs Page 1)) Club Fifth Per Case 77.1.5r.-,::

for a representative to meet In other action, the Council: Canadian Lord Calvert Per Case 55.n \\or
officials. Schmertman the of ;
with local --Okayed blocking "l,
Galaxie thought Bradford County; Cherry Street between Call Canadian Mist Fifth Per,Case 5305 .(
$1495 1969 : had made the request. and Madison, during servicesof Corby Fifth Per Case n.25. '!,i.,4: .
Doot'V8 Explaining his program Sch- the Calvary Baptist Churchat
Per V
Four '
500 department Seagrams Crown 99.53
I mertman said his therequestofCurUsReames, Royal ,
Power MI Lllir I I\IOOslo almost any field-population the pastor. Rev. Reames said Seagrams V.O. :'.' Per Case 77.80 i :.
projections, economic the church has almolthadlOme .
Fifth Per Case 81.00 '
I I planning, land use, community. children hit as they left the I Jack Daniels Black r ?
facilities, zoning, land use con church grounds. Jack Daniels Green ,: I' Per Case 68.30', /
00 1969 trol and sub-division regulations -Heard Attorney George Fifth Per Case 58.30V
$ A 95 were types; of projectshe Fierce report on a recent Early Times ':f.. .f,. /i :.
U Two Door II. T. Power And Air mentioned. meeting In Tallahassee on the Old Crow "/: ., Fifth, Per Case 55.30 tl.. .
"We have done plans for communities 11 new regions the state has 'f' Per Case 46.50
almost that small," been divided into for the pur Jim BeamKentucky :: r' Fifth t fj
Schmertman said, after belnc : federal funds. Beau ';;?, ';'1 Fifth Per Case 47.28 !
Country Squire; told Hampton has population of Bradford County; is one of 11 f '1 Quarts Per Case 62.95 i
$24951970 450 to 500."There counties in District 4 stretchIng MacNaughtonsRelska
Wagon Power_ and Air Is nothing wrong with from Marlon County to the :' VODKA ;' '..1
". that exceut it's such a small Georgie line and through Hamilton .
project," Schmertman said."It County.; The regions were t.Jhs Per Case 41.00
will be difficult to Interest plan- worked out by the Division of '' ,
99500 1970 Dodge] ring firms because Hampton's State Planning, Pierce said. Gilbeys .1 Fifths Per Case :43.10 .'.

$ RT ChargerPower planning men a .mallamountatmoney.project would involve" 289,808 District and 4 has Includes a population the following of Smirnoff 80, : Fifths Per Case :" ,54.00'' .1

n such a case a consulting Orm counties: Bradford,Marlon GIN .'" t: 1\
Air Tape all available funds Levy Cilchrlst, La- '
might use
for Just travel expenses with feyette, Suwannee, Hamilton Booths High & Dry ,i !' Per Case ''i 47.25 4.
nothing left for Investigativework. Dude, Alachua, Union, and Col- t Gllbeys Per Case 49.50 ".:ijj
umbia. ...
495 oo 1970 Ford "I would like to encourage"I --Agreed, at the request of ,, Seagrams. V b I Per Case ,51.00' ;,
ataxic 500 would like to encourage George Holllday, to write Quality \ RUM 1
Bradford County and Its townsto Plumbing a letter asking
go together" Schmertman: that cause be shown its plumbIng Barcardl ; I Fifths Per Case 55.50 31 i
Power and Air Fourdoor ,
Vg said, nothing the county already license should not be lift .
has a zoning ordinance and so ed for failure to repair leaky Ron RicoChristina r:1; Fifths Per Case .6050. .. ",'I');
least some degreeof
evidences at sewers at the home of Cora BRANDY .
1970 OPAL KADET planning. Allen in Reno at Oak and Brown-
$995 Hampton's problem stemsfrom of 13 lee Streets. Holllday said he Brothers Per Case 61075
WAGON a proposed project has asked Quality; Plumbing to Per Case 61.75
new homes being held in the repair the faulty work several Coronet
.i city; because water is not available. '
times and Is
always told it SCOTCHOld
1966 'Ford 4 Door Hampton's water supply will be done, but repairs have 'i
,,is owned by Hampton businessman not been ', .
made. ;
: Arthur Bruno who Mayor Smuggler Per Case NJ\ 57.08 '
$29500V8 and, Wlllard Thomas says refusedto -Appointed SdiaerertD senr. J. & B. Scotch Per Case .7740
Power Air hook the homes into his system as the dty'; repteaentadve on :,. ;?
because of low watorpresure. tile Bradford County; Bunk "Cutty Sark Per'Case .' ;.;r 76:40:
Corporation '. '
The Hampton system's oewars'Scotch V Per Case 79.40

7 Used Trucks Johnnie Walker (Red) Per Case 75.50 i;"

BILLSC CrawfordsI V .)' Per Case' 49.00 b"I

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From $350.00 B Radio & Equipment "r ,.. 1. t. j'. ....... '. '' .., '. l4i.t'.k-'h : ;
,! '321 H. Temple Are. 964-9346 or 8361 ; : : ,,:: '' ,;: ;. :,'..",, ..: ''' .. .
Pearce o.,1; "'''';'; .
Simpson Tiger 23 Television Completely .

I ASK FOR A SPECIAL 'Installation Installed.Includes Antenna 185.95 Ball Plus&Tax Spring & I

Labor Reg Price $210.85 Stallings Corner :1


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Master Charge & Bank Amerlcard

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