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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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BLCENTENNIAL FLEA MARKET TO IIIGIILIGIIT DAY




I Santa To Arrive This Saturday ____ A I

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The patron saint of kid- flag raising ceremony on the Saturday to add to the festive, taking part in this annual
dieland will arrive in Starke at Old Courthouse grounds at 10 atmosphere. event
10:30: a.m. Saturday Dec. 6 a.m., serving as local kickofffor The route of the gala Persor.s wishing to donate
when the annual ChristmasParade celebration of the Nation's Christmas Parade will be articles or baked goods for the 1fi1* t
sponsored by the 200th Anniversary. An south on Orange Street to Flea Market may still do so by l (
Starke-Bradford County American flag will be Madison Streeth turning easton calling 004-5443: or Ji4-6i05( : for eM
Chamber of Commerce, will presented by the Senior ompson.thennorth pickup service, or carrying ,
draw its usual throng of small- Citizens Club''' to Mayor on Thompson to Call them to the home of Mrs. Elzie 1
fry and adults to Call Street. Charles Schaefer for use by Court Street,Street turning, then west on north Call on to Sanders 344 N. Walnut St., or
Strawberry Queen Debra the City of Starke, and this Court to the Florida Bank Mrs. Elizabeth Walker Old
Jordan, riding a huge will be followed by a ribbon- parking lot, where parade Lawtey! Road
strawberry float, will be cutting ceremony,opening the disbands.
prominent among the civic old courthouse to visitors Members of the Bradford Information will be avail-
groups, schools, churches, during the day. High School Band will presenta able at the Flea Market on
and business houses that have Bingo will be played t in the concert on the Old Cour-' Court Street concerning the
entered floats and decorated Old Courthouse during the thouse grounds following the Bicentennial Wagon train
vehicles stressing the day, with proceeds going\ to parade.All which will visit the county in
Christmas theme. the Bicentennial Committee. parents In Bradford and February for an overnight "' '-
entries. will beassembly Senior Citizen president Joe neighboring/ counties are slop at Graham. Local riders ley Road in Starke. For pickup 14 : --I
area onAdkinsStreet Kerrigan will be in charge of invited to bring. their children may join the train here and service, call Mrs John bring them to the old court
south of BHS football this activity. toStarke this Saturday and let ride lor any distance they Miller H)4-5443.!) ) house grounds: on December 0 -4 _
field. Cash prizes of $65 $45, Old photographs of Starke them enjoy the arrival of choose. Rules and regulations Hampton donors may call between HlO:: and noon or _
$25,and$15 will be awarded to and Bradford County will be Santa Claus who will lor riding with the train will be Mrs Alice Faye Waters; deliver to a member of the Bicentennial
those judged to be the most displayed for public distribute candy to kiddies available at the Flea Market Brooker. Miss Kim Hodges; Committee on day
outstanding. Parade entries In the former School Boar along (the parade route Persons wishing to donate Keystone Heights Miss June before sale.Persons at71 vr,
will be accepted until noon office in the Old Courthouse. Bill Glover Chamber articles for the Flea Market I Drake: Lawtey; Mrs. Lillian who have ordered
Friday. Dec. 5, at the All business firms and Individual president, and John Myers, may leave them at the homeof Pearson or Mrs. Robert Scott Bicentennial Hags and have
Chamber of Commerce office citizens who have parade chairman, wish to Mrs.\ FJzic Sunders, :334: N. Those wishing to donate not yet received them may M t
Also highlighting the day in purchased Bicentennial flagsare express their appreciation to Walnut St., or with Mrs. Eliza baked goods lor sale at the obtain their Hags at the Flea
Starke will be a Bicentennial asked to fly them this all local organizations who are belh( Walker. Uoo-H Old Law- Flea Market are asked to





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a need for $126.000 to pay bills and break even the Bradford County Hospital Board ol
Trustees wus encouraged Monday night by Auditor Albert Crippen to ask the county to send tax
I revenues to the hospital as soon as they are collected rather than in twelve monthly installments.Bills .
Garbage Ramp dating back through October amount to about $173.000 Crippen said at the !special session.
i Available monies in the hospital amount only to about $4K.OOO. leaving a balance to be obtained
through other sources
) r A "Iron! end loaded fiscal year," was cited as one reason the hospital is feeling the pinch. Crippen
w ,. added that hospitals in other area towns face the same type problems that BC'H does in collect inns.
Contract IsLet A preliminary report in !November; showed that total charges lor patients amounted' to Sliio.txxi.:
while collections\ were only $(>5.000.)
- r r C+ ; __1 1a Ol the $117.000() billed 1 in O lober,$112.000 was collected Crippen said.

Bradford commissioners and functional. Members also "We need to get a handle on hospital needed i to come to beds\: provided state I ire regulations -
unanimously agreed to pay stressed that the Starke and F collections" said trustee Bill grips with collections. will allow closing ol a
nearly $25.000 for construction Lawtey departments were i Dampier, since no one had The trustees scheduled ano- IIIT door to the room.
at Lawtey of the first of five volunteer and that thev j & been hired to replace the collection I" ther budget get-together lor At( the present bed rate,
concrete ramps for were performing their duties. manager who resigned when reaches 41
Thursdu Dec occupancy
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mechanized landfill sites the : several months ago. p.m. Ix'ils. doctors 1 are notified that
first step toward implementation The board also agreed t<, .neM / Crippen recommended that In other business Edmondson patients! will admitted only
of a county garbage col, pay $6.604 for a chassis for a I h ro, t5l \ ., the board approach the county ... showed i that the hospital tin enHM-ueney: basis, I Kdmotul-; -
,,*,, led lon-- lIt"m1'/oo' -" -. bookmobile, bid ,.wa II IJ VI ; conrmissnm tor race- track' may acquire, lour ,addilional Mill 5.1 Iii. *" "*17'he
The commission awardedthe awarded to Florida Motor an trustees u"ktctill"\, atlniinistralor -
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look into the
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$2-{,774 construction con.tracuMonday'to -. Equipment Co. of Gainesville they are received i. rather thanin bringing the hospital bed totalto
: :Triest Con- Baldwin Chevrolet in Stark Winners in the l.awtey elections Tuesday are larl-ohall\lM. .Ionian council members Marvin 12 monthly installments. 48. A waiting room could lx 1t1l'I'l'UoI'II'd' .( space. mure thoroughly.
struction Co.. Inc. of Keystone submitted a $7,725 estimate Hosier and Hubert Scott und Clerk Lucille Shuford. Former councilinait II.HIII..terl* One tax mill would provide the'hospital converted to give room lor the" ,

Heights. Triest was the lone I"ilM1'' |Imo'| 1 I'1 lirnnelt, was a Iso circled but was out of town Tuesday. $123.000: and racetrack
bidder. Five other companiesfrom funds would bring in
throughout the state another $15,000.Veteran .
were invited to bid. trustee Inez Green SR-225 ii
Architects had estimated opposed the measure stating : tiuul brier

cost of the landfill I at $15.000. A Jordan Scott Rosier Win that the hospital had
spokesman for Triest said that requested the monthly terms
perhaps a better bargain and the county had agreed to Work
the hospital in this
could be reached if the com- pay
mission authorized the manner.
company's building all five of The hospital has already
received $55.000 for the monthof
the county's proposed land- December in and Planned
millage
The commission, however -
Iills In ElectionIncumbent another $15.000 for race track
decided to have this one Spots Lawtey funds helping bring up the Resurfacing and leveling of
built., and upon satisfactory collection rate Crippen said. SR-225; between SR-16 and J
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completion, negotiate a more Expenses for the upcoming Lawtey is scheduled lorMarch.
economical deal on the other month include three payrollsat : and other
1976. county
lour proJects Marshal MM,V having held the post for twos Mrs.. Jordan was the only veteran councilman Spurgeon $68.000, $45.000 for current secondary roads are due to
Before construction can (Butch) Jordan retained hi I years. woman on the council. Massey did not seek re-elec bills $14.000 for emergencyroom receive state attention in the
begin, though, the county position in Lawtey city voting!!: Hiram W. (Buster) Bennett Former councilman Marvin tion. Rosier, owner of Hosier'sMonument doctors and $46.000 for near future the BradlordCounty
must move a northside ditch Tuesday night despite recent t defeated eight-year council- Rosier took the group one seat and Nursery in prior, bills dating back to Commission sus'toldMonday Thursday Dec. 4
southward, and will have to controversy over the mar woman Barbara Jordan by a over Mrs. Nelle Harley by a Starke has served previouslyon October. altermxm. Cracker Barrel of
the fill to get the shal's unannounced 13-da31 vote of 133 to 95 Tuesday night. vote of 155 to 69. Five-year the council for two years Payment of salaries and James .E. Rogers. Jr., Grafts Gift Sale
grate necessary for construc absence from duty Oct.- 31, expenses of the county rescue maintainancc engineer for' the Junior Women's Club
lion Nov. 11.Robert. 1 i service, previously paid from Florida Department c of f Transportation 9a.m.Unoon
Loading ramps are also to Scott was the only federal funds is one reason t (DOT i), told the In parking lot
be constructed at Starke, incumbent re-elected to the: The Suspension That Wasn't'LAWTEY for the shortage of cash in the commission that patching on across from Priest'sFriday
Hampton. Brooker and one in city council, as Marvin Rosierand hospital account, according to Slt:225! ; was temporary and -----
the northwest section of the U.,W.. .. _Bennett.,"un took n...seats_..... in". Crippen. although the road had oll'i- Dec. S
county on land, to be pur- the election.City Clerk Lucille There actually ahead of time so a defense can Florida election laws Welty Another reason cited is a cially been turned over to t the BCHS Basketball vs.
chased. The ramp at Lawteywill Shuford will retain that post, 'was no suspension of Marshal be prepared. said. new law that requires the county for maintainance. the G'ville Eastside'
allow the county to test unopposed on the ballot. M.M. Jordan for 30 days in Due process was'not given "The proper computation of hospital to pay the entire nine state would level the road and JV630pm.
the design and to see if county Jordan swept past opposi- November because the city Marshal Jordan, the attorney days would have meant the percent retirement fee pre- resurface it with double- Varsity .8 p.m.Tickets .
employees can build the other tion from former Hampton did not act properly in its books would have stayed open viously split 50.50 between coarse limerock in the early'
four, a possible money saving Marshal Edward Lee I action against the marshal for said.Mayor Scott said he acted until Saturday Inov 15))," employees and the hospital.A spring. resolution addressed SI.25 adults
idea. be Brooker a Concerned Citizens leaving the job without notice under Welty's first opinion, Welty told the council.In third factor Crippen said A written to District 1)i'I') S .75 studentsBradford
Equipment to purchasedin for candidate, and freshman poli- Attorney Richard Welty told missed the message when the was that suddenly in the past I Engineer Walter Skinner High Gym
which the $200.000 funds have project been tician Rudy Higginbotham I the city council Monday night. attorney called back later in other action Monday year liability insurance was would initiate action from the -----
borrowed from the Farmers with 134 of the 256 votes cast in, the day about his later finding. night the council: cancelled and rates went way state to resurface any other Saturday, Dec. 6
Home Administration is five the election. The coiincil voted unani- -Instructed Attorney Weltyto up after a new state plan was roads deemed inll'l'd of Christmas Parade
compactor units, six portable Jordan's absence from duty' mously to pay Marshal Jordan "I'd recommend you go prepare a rough draft of a. formulated. repair. The state would then
containers one open top caused the city council to sus, from Nov. II, the day he ahead and let it drop this time revision of the city charter for Crippen said that the accept responsibility lor Bicentennial Flea Market
container and a truck to pend Jordan and put night returned to work after an since it wasn't done by the presentation at the January hospital budget was realisticand bidding the resurfacing)( und -----
transport the containers to the policeman Charles Carter on absence of some 10 days. The book" Welty told the council. meeting. would balance out as collections would save the county as Monday. Dec. 8
landfill site after they have full time duty. However, the council had intended to sus- Welty also explained how it -Okayed purchase of a prisoners picked up. much as $;)(si) per job. Rogers Council p
been filled at their respective council learned it lacked pend the marshal without pay was that Marshal Jordan's cage and a spotlightfor Figures released at the said. Raiford Town
locations power to suspend an elected For 30 days for, his unautho- name was placed on the city the city police car The meeting showed that last Resurfacing of Brow nice Town Hall. 730pm.:
Compactor units will be official without prior notice. rized absence. election ballot. Registrationbooks December the hospital Road ISR 2291:!:! is scheduled School Bd.
SIT i Co.
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installed along with each 40- Marshal Jordan returned to Attorney Welty cited the should have remained collected $87,593: from services for the near future although 5i30p.m.Administration. w
cubicfoot garbage containers.To duty Nov. 11 while told he was town's 'antiquated" charteras open until Saturday Nov. 15. and. added to the no guarantees could be given. Bldg.REMEMBER .
dump garbage residentswill under suspension.Although contributing to his giving Welty said but the days were $70.000 from the county, overall Rogers. said Widening ol SR- -----
drive up ramps and drop qualifying for the wrong advice at first when figured incorrectly. Closing December collections last 18 w ithin the right-of- )
garbage into the containers.In election officially ended Nbv. determine Scott asked himto the books on Wednesday. Nov. Dave Paulk year amounted to $157.593. way is also planned to begin Dec i-12
other action Monday: 12. Jordan's late decision to if the mayor has 12, was incorrect under' the Hospital history shows that '!lOIln. S-Day Plan to
The commissioners told run was accepted because of quthority to suspend the mar' Lawtey charter or the State,of in November of 1973 and 1974 Now that the city is repairing Stop Smoking
Hampton Mayor Arthur an error in closing the books. shal another elected official. Dies Wed. the ratio between patient services water lines on l'S-3til: in 730pm.'
Bruno the county would not City attorney Richard Welty and collections is about the city t commissioner Ralph Civil Defense Bldg,
release any funds until the advised clerk Lucille Shuford Welty said he first advised Bradford County Commis- the same as this year, the Bryan asked when resurfacing Bradford Co. Fairgrounds
town fire department was Nov. 17 to return Jordan'sname after looking at-the city char- Christmas; sioner Dave Paulk. 69 died auditor said. of .the, highway would Sponsored by your local
to the list of candidates ter, that the did have A month $140.000 in Adventist
more organized. The board mayor suddenly of a heart attack at 1 ago. tJl' otin. Seventh Day
as of Nov. 11. the authority. But after going Medicare accounts was discovered Church
refused to pay a $430 phonebill DecorationsTo p.m. on' Wednesday at "All I can sais that the
and other miscellaneous Council at Its Monday 'night back for further research the Alachua General Hospital in to be 360 days old or project is in the five-year -----
totaling about $100. meeting. dropped its attorney said he found that Gainesville. more. Crippen said. The pay- said Tuesday. Dee.
Rogers
expenses action and Go Up In ables still the books plan
"You have to get operatingfirst. suspension gave section under which he City Paulk became ill about 7 were on Bradford County received 1 Brooker Council
Jordan back pay for the 13 thought the' mayor could act and had not been paid by Oct. mad'mailtain Town Hall 7:30p.m.:
We'll give you no more a.m. Wednesday and was $12.VMM; ( > for -
days of his absence. Jordan has been Problemis. The'' Starke Commis- ober.
repealed. City fiscal
until in the
money taken by ambulance to the ance upcoming
tional." Commissioner has served as the Lawtey Welty said that the anti- sion on Tuesday night approved Gainesville hospital where he "The computer as of Sept- year, Rogers told the commission Hampton Council
George'Roberts said. "I'm marshal for 13 years. quated charter has not been the placing of Christ- later died.' ember 30, when the fiscal year an increase over the 1975! ; ,Town Hall. 7:10: p.m.,
Jordan's victory was defeatfor kept in order. mas lights on the city water ended did not know where to ,
to fund when allotment. "
happy you you He in his first term
was as a
get in operation," he said. the Concerned Citizens When the council adoptedthe tank and placing Christmas commissioner and put the billing. By early last Leftover flat steel for road Union County School Bd.<
The Hampton fire department group of Lawtey, as their candidate mayorcommissionerform decorations along Temple county retired wasa month 75 percent of those signs was given to (the countyby 1 p.m.i Courthouse
heavy equipment "
Brooker only took 68 Avenue. bills had not been collected
did not respond to a of government in 1972 to contractor. Paulk born In the DOT to implement' -----
was
recent fire in the town. votes. Higginbotham received' abolish the city court. the Commissioner Harold Epps Georgia. Crippen said.Crippen naming and posting county- Wednesday Dec. 10
Bruno argued that the 49. of the reported\ that the streamers recommended that maintained roads. Council(
powers mayor were Lake Butler City
Paulk is a former trustee of
Twelve veteran and that have been used in the contact Medicareand
equipment is outdated and year changed. Welty told the coun- past Bradford County Hospital hospital Because the cnunlhdS no Town Hall, S p.m.Court .
that delays -and failure to council-mayor Robert Scott cil. Prior to the 1972 revisionthe are gone and that no new ones insurance companies in paving equipment, all resurfacing -
barely retained his group 3 would be available. The coun- which he served before he was efforts to speed up payment. ***01
respond to fires is a result of did have authorityto of county secondary!
having to track down neces- seat insliding by Concerned suspend mayor the marshal.To cil okayed the placement of elected to the county commis- "Just let them know you're roads must be done by the uttr; # (a: ammunth|
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sary parts for the old engine. Citizens chairman Robert Lee any existing decorations as sion.Funeral been around and need the money state. When resurfacing of V
The commission emphasized by eight votes Final tally saw official 'long as their is no monetary set for 3 services have Dec. he said. these roads is complete, the State !lank" I
that this was not a permanent Scott with "126 votes to Lee'sIlCity' suspend said the an council would'have now{ outlay involved.No 6, in Madison p.m. Saturday.Street '"There are no simple an- roads w ill be turned back overto Account!Now Infturcd Up'
Welty Baptist
denial. just one that > money was Church In Starke. Burial swers to the hospital financial the count\ which will then TftW.OOCOV ,,t..
would hold until the ."- ipton clerk Lucille Shufordwas to provide due process ,ear for Christmas be In Crosby Lake win problems," said trustee Kill) Ix- responsible for: inaintainunce. Fmtorol" Dcpant/Imurmce e.r". !
fire department got c nized unopposed, in, the race., which basically is notice decor lions. Cemetery. Dampier, 'adding, that the \ > f

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Woman's Club Family JuniorWomen -- ------- "- ----- -------------------

Night Friday, Dec. 12 To Hold Craft '

The Woman's Club of Starke house. Sale SaturdayThe 64.ide / f71w w
will have family night and Members, their familiesand
coveted dish dinner Friday, guests are invited to attend Junior Woman's Club
Dec 12, at 7 p.m. at the club.JBIRTHS will have a "Cracker Barrel ofCrafts" Wooly Socl.ty &Jitor,
Reservations must be made gift sale Saturday, ..
by Dec. 10 by calling Mrs. V.J. Dec. 6, from 9 a.m. to noon in - --
Spenglerormrs. John Torode.. the city parking lot across ....,.. ,,....... "....
The Junior Woman's Club Sororities To Have 1' -' '-: BMS Will Present
from Priest's 5 and 10 cent 1T"\
,
will honor the members of the I;; ..
senior Woman's Club with store. Homemade gifts will be : ...j .,
.
a Christmas ': Christmas ConcertThe
featured. Party .... )
Christmas tea on Wednesday, "
Mr. and Mrs. Don Staton The December meeting of ... i,(,
December 17 from 3'30 to 5 ,,7 ". ,, 'j
Starke, announce the birth ora p.m. at the club house. the club will be held Monday, Dec. 8 .'': ." "','.' Bradford Middle School
son, Michael Dean, born Dec. 8, at 7:30: p.m. ... I will present a Christmas Con-
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November I Hospital.30 in Grandparentsare Alachua General --- _.... ____.............-11' XI Iota Delta and Gammj .'.'. eO' ... cert 7:30: Friday p.m. in, the December BMS gym 12, at
Theta chapters of Beta Signu The program will be pre
Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Hollandof Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Hood Mrs. G.J. McGriff..Sr spent Phi will have "
a joint Christ sented by the BMS beginning
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Spring Hill and Mr. and last week at the long weekend with Mr. and ..
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spent LongboatKey and BMS
Mrs. James G. Staton of Port mas party Dec. 8 at 7:30: p m .,' ;." band, BMS chorus
Mrs. McGriff, Jr. and t".J' "
Sarasota. family the
under
advanced band
Charlotte. in Gainesville. at the home of Mrs. Eve Godwin .. '
on E. Call Street. ( "" ).. direction of Michael Woodfin
I Admission will be $1 (for
adults and 50 cents for
children.
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For Christmas Tea I
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S or Alpha Delta Kappa held the
ft November meeting at St.
&' yi 9530re Mark's Parish House on
63 \ Church street with President
fo.eJ.I
afkei, Frances Hamilton presiding.
Sta M r Reports were given from ,
coSt\\ sa34 \ standing committees and of

E'e \0""6'30"" MDn A First For Caitlin AAcLendon City the area workshop in Lake I

Lucile Johns, chaplain, j
Little Caitlin, baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim McLendon of Blowing Rock, N.C.. celebrated gave an inspirational
o- her first birthday November 28 at the home of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. R.P. Thanksgiving devotional
1 +i McLendon, 1214 E.Call Street. The guests are, from left to right: Billie North, honoree Caitlin, preceeding the program:
,,, t7 t7P, III Ian McLendon,Stacey McLendon, Kim CogdHl and Tricla Lawson. "Geni and her Magic Carpet"by
Jeanne Loper.

2r$1$ \ I BCH Auxiliary. Hold Christmas Tea Dec. 12 the Plans December were announced meeting, for A

The Bradford County rummage sale and$225 on the The shop is open and the Colonial Christmas social Tea.hour
the
Hospital Auxiliary made Christmas bazaar held in public is urged to come in and During Sexton, Sandra
plans for its annual Christmas November.Ms. see the many worthwhileitems Eddie Joyce
tea to be held Friday Linda Johns, Teenage available. Duncan Sissy Santangini and
December 12, at the HospitalLibrary Volunteer sponsor, stated the Mrs Pam Fischer was Sylvia Tatum served refresh-
for the hospital staff girls were going to erect and welcomed as a new member. ments from a table centered
Mrs. J.R. Kite, president, decorate a Christmas tree in Mrs. F.J. Shaw and Mrs. with a cornucopia
presided over the meeting the hospital lobby and asked arrangement.
Hamilton served
which was held after the members for any old or S.W hostesses.' as 11oooo_........._......_
covered dish in the unused decorations that could
Methodist Fellowship supper Hall on be donated. ___.............._.......a Sen. and Mrs Charley
Nov 24.Miss Mrs. L.C. Early, Hospitality
Johns spent the long weekend J
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren
Shop chairman, stated that a with their daughter and
Lillian Stump, finance of Christmas visited relatives in Spencer,
new shipment family, Mr. and !Mrs. James
chairman, reported that the cards and Christmas items W, Va. and Pittsburgh, Pa. Cash in Orlando
Auxiliary cleared $275 on its have been added in the shop. last week

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Night Friday, Dec. 12 To Hold Craft Jl;

The Woman's Club of Starke house. Sale SaturdayThe t 64.fide l f71te WJ!
will have family night and Members, their familiesand
covered dish dinner Friday guests are invited to at Junior Woman's Club
L>l'C. 12, at 7 p.m. at the clubJBIRTHS tend. will have a"Cracker Barrel of Wooly Society Reservations must be made Crafts" gift sale Saturday .. .
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by Dec.10 by calling Mrs.V.J. Dec. 6, from 9 a.m. to noon in -- -- --
SpenglerorMrs. John Torode.. the city parking lot across
The Junior Woman's Club from Priest's 5 and 10 cent Sororities To Have BMS Will Present
will honor the members of the be
will
Homemade
'senior Woman's Club with a store. gifts Christmas Christmas ConcertThe
featured. Party
Christmas tea on Wednesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Staton of
The December meeting r
December 17 from 3r30 to 5
Starke, announce the birth 01II p.m. at the club house. the club will be held Monday, Dec. 8 --i Bradford Middle School
son Michael Dean born Dec. 8, at 7:30: p.m. will\ present a Christmas Con
November 30 in Alachua General --- --- ....... cert Friday, December 12, at
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Hospital. Grandparents ____ _s Xi Iota Delta and Gamma 7:30: p.m. in the BMS gym.
Theta chapters of Beta SigmaPhi The will\ be pre-
are Mr.and Mrs. A.B. Hollandof Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Hood Mrs..G.J. McGrif .Sr. spent will have a joint Christ sented program the BMS beginl'lingband
by
Spring Hill and Mr. and last week at the long weekend with Mr. and
spent LongboatKey Dec. 8 at and BMS
mas party 7:30: p.m.at BMS chorus
Mrs. James G. Staton of Port
and
CharloUe. Sarasota. Mrs.in Gainesville.McGriff, Jr. family the home of Mrs. Eve God- advanced band under the
P_ -vctn on E. Call Street. direction of Michael Woodfin.
Admission will be $1 for
adults and 50 cents for
children.


ADK Making Plans

For Christmas Tea

S ",P Alpha Delta Kappa held the
:f fe t November meeting at St.
&' ';1i #530Jreeb Mark's Parish House on
f\o\ Church street with President
Store I Frances Hamilton presiding.
Reports were given from
rI CoSt.\\ .sat standing committees and of
} 134 E. Mon the area workshop in Lake
9 tc 6'..30r A First For Caitlin McLendon City

Lucile Johns, chaplain.
Little Caitlin, baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim McLendon of Blowing Rock N.C., celebrated gave an inspirational
her first birthday November 28 at the home of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. R.P. Thanksgiving devotional
McLendon,1214 E.Call Street. The guests are from left to right: Billie North, honoree Caitlin, preceeding the program:
i r ''I Ian McLendon,Stacey McLendon Kim Cogdill and Tricia Lawson. "Geni and her Magic Carpet"by
k Jeanne Loper.

4 4 p! BCH.Auxiliary'To Hold Christmas Tea Dec. 12 the Plans December were announced meeting, for A

i ik The Bradford County rummage sale and$225 on the The shop is open and the Colonial Christmas Tea.
Hospital Auxiliary made Christmas bazaar held in During the social hour
public is urged to come in and
Eddie Joyce Sexton, Sandra
plans for its annual Christmas November.Ms. see the worthwhileitems
tea to be held Friday Linda Johns Teenage available.Mrs. many. Duncan. Sissy Santangini and
December 12, at the HospitalLibrary Volunteer sponsor, stated the Pam Fischer was Sylvia Tatum served refresh-
for the hospital staff. girls were going to erect and welcomed as a new member. ments from a table centered
Mrs. J.R. Kite, president, decorate a Christmas tree in Mrs. F.J. Shaw and Mrs. with a cornucopia
presided over the meeting the hospital lobby and asked S.W Hamilton served as arrangement.
which held after members for old ....
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covered dish supper in the unused decorations that couldbe
donated. _...._
Methodist Fellowship Hall on -- -- Sen. and !Mrs Charlev
Nov. 24.Miss Mrs. L.C. Early, Hospitality
Johns spent the long weekend Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren
Shop chairman, stated that a
with (heir daughter and
visited relatives in
Lillian finance Spencer
Stump new shipment of Christmas
Mr. and Mrs. James
family.
chairman, reported that the cards and Christmas items W, Va. and Pittsburgh Pa. Cash in Orlando.Happy .
Auxiliary cleared $275 on its have been added in the shop. last week.




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'I i Morrell Family ReunionThe E CHEVROLETOLDSand 4 ft*


annual Morrell family 1&
reunion was held November 30
at the Enlisted Men's Club at It
Camp Blanding. ,
Out-of-town guests included rn. & ( i
Mrs. G.W. Strickland and y '.
Terry of Ekro Fla., Mrs. I
Charles Strickland and sons, N 't
Randy and Tony of Bunnell 9t
Mr. and Mrs. George Murrellof
Daytona Beach, Mrs. INTERNATIONAL".3HARVESTER
Annette Dyer and son. Tim of 9
I Flagler Beach Mr. and Mrs.
Lyle C. Blow of Orlando, Mr. *
and Mrs. Mayland Stevens fr
and sons. Todd and Scottie of i
Castleberry, Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Blow and girls, Dana Four generations of the
and Tracy of Altamonte Morrell family are (CI I Ito, r):
Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mrs. Jimmie _
Dann Mrs

I Edith Goodman Thomas Kynard Faison Faison i and of Bonifay Joel and, Mr.Priscilla and Peggy Ernest Nettles Allen and Kimberlyand all of ; 1._ .r !
Mrs. Matthew Griffis and Stark r"l'- i iifif
! girls Sherry and March of gH 1' ) J
Married Recently In Palatka Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. iw I y ,
Tina Jo. Jamie and Jerome : ft!* I
Edith Rochelle Goodmanand The attendants wore either Volley of Ebro. ptlr60nat 19 I
Relatives from Starke In- iS :
Thomas John Kynardwere peach or mint green dresses of i 1heij\ 4
cluded: Mr.and Mrs. Willie E.
with flounce
married recently in St.Monica's polyester knit Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meng and
Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Green .
sleeves trimmed in sheer lace. 19ft
Catholic Church carried between them a Green, Lee Ann, Brad and daughter, Dana, were g '
Palatka. Father Martin Jung They daisy chain of greenery and Billy. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Thanksgiving guests of their he II'sO- .; i 4
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officiated at the double-ring peach flowers with each girl Sweat Jr., Johnny and Lisa, parents K.L. Matthews of I
,and and Paul
ceremony.Mr. carrying a semi-cascade of June Sweat, John Morgan, Starke Mr. Mrs.
and Mrs. Ronald V. peach daisies with mint green Mrs. Lavonir Griffis, Mrs Meng of Hampton Lake. =-_-
Goodman of East Palatka Jewel O'Neal Judy and w --- i,
streamers. and Mrs. Local admittances to Brad- : v
former Starke residents, are JimmyO'NeaIMMr.
Flower girl was Nicole Liv- Martha ford this & '>R
the of the bride. The County Hospital 4
parents is the son of Mrs. Fred ingston and ring bearer was Brantley)!, Tony and Kristmia. week include: Mrs. Christine siL I
groom !*
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Mark Webb. Mrs. Mildred Griffis Mr. and Hughes. Lawtey; John g
of Palatka and the ,.
Kynard Best man for the weddingwas Mrs. Doyce Griffis Polly, McKinney, Raiford; Mrs. & iL r.- '" 'j
late Given Mr. in Kynard.marriage by her Dr.W.D. Hewett,brother- Amy, Giffany and Doyce Ruth DeSha, Waldo; Miss S1 '
in-law of the groom. Ushers Dean Mrs. Jimmie Dann Eula Norman and Mrs. I9JI
father the bride wore a gown were Tommy Holt, brotherinlaw E.W. Allen, Miss Kim Nettles Joannah Bielling of Lake Is
of white peau d' ange organza, of the Chris Good- Jerome Griffis, Mrs. Opal D
groom Butler: Mrs. Mildred Johnson -
with sleeves and
styled waist bishop line. Chantillylace man, brother of the bride and Allen and Mrs. Donald Net- Keystone Heights; Mrs. 'I
empire 4A
and seed pearls covered James Carter, tles. Nancy Ward James Warr,
the high neckline, bodice and Arel Rhoden Tracy Rowan I it
skirt effect.front in the redingote David Harper Ministry Candidate Ethel Mrs. Jane McRae Glover, Starke.and Mrs. Cub Cadet tractor 4

Matching lace and seed t and attachments
of the United Metho- Mr. and Mrs. B.F.Allen,Jr. =
pearls accented the cap and David Harper, third son of ference
elbow length veil. Her bouquet the Reverend and Mrs. dist Church. He decided to bea had as Thanksgiving holiday ;;, The Cub Cadet cuts any And if your someone or buy one for yourself.It's I
was a triple topiary of white George L. Harper, will be doctor after work at the guests their son Ben F. Allen. outdoor chore down to size.. special already has a Cub the gift that keeps on working !
Con- Texas Medical Center in Ill of Macclenny., and their S1 .
of
pompoms with a touch applying to the Charge Snow removal. Cadet... him time. after after ..
Mowing. more season season
Intern.He Mrs.John D. Cash I9JI give
peach to blend with the attendants ference tonight (Thursday, Houston as a Chaplain daughter of '
bouquets. Dec. 4)) at 7:30: p.m.' in the attended the University of Sumter S.C., aunt Mrs. C.W. Landscaping.Tilling. With one of the dozens of season. Is
Matron of honor was Mrs. Methodist Church for appro- Florida where he received his Teal of Eustis and her son, Dt Mulching.Or hauling. It's all time-saving attachments. Six models to choose from is
Leslie Carter and maid of val as a candidate for the min- degree in chemistry and is Charles Teal of West Palm f fast and easy to save time Your gift will be -8 to 16 hp.Stop in and
honor was Miss Lori Ann Istry. now in the second year at Beach., e backaches,or worse. appreciated because IH make a deal today. I.
Goodman cousin of the bride David, a senior in the Johns Hopkins Medical Schoolin tho quality is as legendary as ftt
East Palatka. Attendantswere department of religion at the Baltimore.The PFC and Mrs. Raymond W So this .
Mrs. Roxie Guy Jack- University of Florida, will first son, George L. Griffin Jr., U.S. Army, 82nd you-know-who. liiINTf I .4S
sonville and Miss Debbie graduate in June and expectsto Harper Jr., is a graduate of Airborne, Fort Bragg, N.C. & holiday,give a time-savipg
Strickland, Palatka. enter the Candler School of Randolph-Macon College and were guests of his parents, (9 Cub Cadet or att chment.? .. .. MAMVf STCRLOOK ft
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at Emory in Sep- Yale Divinity School. He is an Mr. and Mrs. Ray Griffin,
Theology ordained Elder in Full Con- &
Ryan MinesingerHas Lawtey for the Thanksgiving Is
tember. nection in the Florida Conference S1 ..
holiday
The second son of the par. having served churches .
Birihci'ayParty : sonage family ThomaS-ET": ?"in i St. Petersburg and Miamias Mrs.: Mrs.T' *; \
Harper, graduated from Ran- Associate Minister. He is H B. McLendon,, =
and the his disserta- Martha Wiesner, and Mrs.
Nov. 22 dolph-Macon College now completing
tion at Duke School in Alice Meister, of Orlando
University of Chicago Divinity Divinity weekendguests 4ft
School. He was ordained Dea- the area of Christian Ethicsfor were Thanksgiving : ""
Little Ryan Minesinger con in the Florida Annual ConPERSC- his doctorate. of Mrs. McLendon'sbrother
E.L. Matthews, and
celebrated his second birthday -

Nov. 22 Saturday when his parents afternoon Dr. family.C.F. Boyer of Palisades i CHRISTMAS i
and Mrs. J.H. Minesingergave Park N.J., Mr. and Mrs. 4ft
a party for him and 12 INALS Charles Fink and children. I
little friends. Lisa and Chuckie of Green
The Winnie The Pooh theme i Cove Springs and Mr. and
was carried out in the party Mrs. Mike May of Ocala were
decorations with crepe paper Thanksgiving guests of Mrs.
streamers, posters and Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade Douglas Seymour of Ella Moody. Mrs. W.H. Hart SPECIAL : i ii
balloons in the diningroom., spent Wednesday to Saturday Tallahassee and Hallie Sey- and Mrs. Edith Christiansen.Lisa f ; ,
The youngsters were given with their son-in-law and mour of Gainesville were remained with her
Winnie The Pooh book favors daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M.W. home for Thanksgiving with grandmother until Sunday,
and refreshments during the O'Brian in Miami. Joining the their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Boyer stayed until Tuesday -
party hours. family for Thanksgiving were J.D. Seymour Mr. and Mrs. Mike May
Among the guests wereRyan's Mr. and Mrs. John Whelchel and son,Kevin were also Mon-
uncle, Fred of Sanford and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harrington day night dinner guests.

Jimmy Avon Minesinger Park.and and Stephanie two children, of, Tom guests Mr.their and Slade families.of Mrs.Mr.of Jacksonville T.H.and Saturday Mrs.Slade Whel-night were and daughters Mr.Keystone and of Mrs.Ormond spent Bill Heights Thanksgivingwith Harringtonof Beach and and THE(See BRADFORD Page 6)err i 20 % Discount i iOn


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Christmas Tres and .family and Mrs.of Paul Jacksonvilleand Hawkins Starke,Florida 32091 All New Cub Cadets ftfft

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Mrs. Frances Stone has In year trade; $3.50 area six: $months 6.00 per
Pickout Your rej' returned to her home in Wood-
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Councilman Warren Proposes $64,000 Saving, To City ]FathersIn

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a measure designed to January' said Mayor increase the railroad train stopped for the train he mightnot ment of navigable waters suitable agent for the police depart-
pave the way for a saving of Charles Stchaefer.Warren: speed limit from 20 to 40 miles have known the train was for recreation and ment. .
$64,000, freshman City Com then said "25.30 per hour. It was pointed out to coming. capable of handling fish, Investigator Rodney W.
missioner Joseph N. Warren utility accounts are in the red Sapp that City AttorneyGeorge Commissioner Harold Epps shellfish and wildlife by 1983. Smith of The Public Employees -
without even being Pierce was to draft an write Second phase of the plans Building Commissionin
commis- that
presented the other brought up suggested they a
elimination of discharge will
calls for the Tallahassee come
before the commission.In .
sioners with a plan to save the letter to the railroad, Depart-
of pollutants in to hear
Starke
ordinance to be presented to Monday to a
other
business the
the of the com ment of Transportation and
money at meeting navigable waters by 1985.
mission received three bids the railroad and the state Department grievance filed by IBEW
commission on Tuesday night. on Bradford County asking help These proposals are recommended the of Starke
of
Transportation, City
Warren indicated when he a new vehicle for the policedepa..tment. But in obtaining help at the to be adopted by against with unfair
Baldwin that Pierce was not pre- under charging the City
the other commission crossing. municipalities the
gave a sent at the meeting so that the labor practices. Smith will
Chevrolet-Olds of Starke bid said the has federal water controlact
copy of the proposal that he Edwards cost pollution Hall
commission could take no meet at 9 a.m. at City on
intends to formally introduce $4,718.06 without trade and been estimated in the past to of 1972. The commissiontook with the
action until the ordinance was Monday morning city
December $4,218.06 with trade. The bid the at to no action on the regional
legislation at the 15 drafted by Pierce.Commissioner city $30,000 $40,000 bargaining team. The union
meeting on his proposals. He was on a 1976 Chevrolet Marc Jack with the city providing the planning council plans. the plant
represents power
t asked the other commissioners Malibu Police Cruiser that four funds for it. The proposal refers to the
son brought up city employees.
to do some homework The matter was referred to Florida Public Service Com- '
Terwillegar Ford of Starke employees had recently quit Edwards reported that'the
between now and then to studyhis bid $4,890! without trade and and had applied for unemployment the Safety Committee for mission ruling that all power plant had purchased
ideas. $4,280 with trade on a 1976 insurance. Clerk study. municipal electric utilities regulators from Quincy
The plan calls for the follow- Ford Torino Police Cruiser. Merrill Edwards said "A The commission on a motion .shall contorm to the iederal amounting to $7,500. They are
ing city departments to The third bid came from letter had been written to the by Commissioner Vernon Sil- power commission's uniform 100 KW units. '
receive budget cuts. They Hawes Chrysler Plymouth of state to the effect that the cox approved writing off 42 system in the classification of
include fire dept., two percent Gainesville of $4,478.68 with- employees had quit while accounts at $1,043. accounts for record keepingand The commission adopted a
WE THE PEOPLE police three Edwards briefed the reporting resolution opposing a uniform
; dept. per- trade and with work was available and com- purposes.A
out
Congressman Don Fuqua adds his signature to the list of cent; street and garbage, and trade $4,078.68 should not be entitled to unemployment mission on a proposal by the second part of the resolu- system of accounts as-
Members of Congress who recently signed a pledge of rededication recreation two percent each: on a 1976 Plymouth insurance." North Central Florida tion includes that the revenue proposed by the Federal
to the principles of the Constitution of the United administrative mosquito con- Valiant Police Cruiser. Jackson also inquired about Regional Planning Council. limit establishing a class "C" Power Commission. ,The
States. Looking on Is Joseph II. Kanter President of the trol .$5,000; utility dept., one referred Action to on the the bids Com was why $70 was spent for safety The proposal came from municipal electric utility to be proposal adopted passed on a
National; Conference on Leadership, who sponsored the percent, and natural gas mittee for evaluation Safety and for a glasses at the power plant. Charles Justice of Gainesville, changed from one million three to one vote with Com-
special ceremony at the Rayburn House Office Building and. dept., one percent. the December 15 Edwards explained that U.S. executive director of the dollars to five million dollars, missioner Marc Jackson
National; Archives In Washington. D.C. where the original lie proposes that telephone report at Occupational Safety and planning council. due to the distorted effect of opposing it. The action was
pages,of the Constitution were put on display pole rental and permits forsewer meeting.Fred appeared before Health AdministrationOSHA The proposal calls for a 208 the fuel adjustment charges.The taken after receiving a copy of
be increased. Sapp
"I thought hookups we were to the commission to inquire ( ) rules require the water quality control plan to commission certified what action the City of Green
going
review the budget in about the proposal to agree; to safety glasses to be used be approved by the com- the Police Benevolent Association Cove Springs adopted at a
where there are safety mission to have the attain- to be the bargaining rer"nt meeting.

I U.. S. .Has'Oil ShortageWASHINGTON In Midst Of Plenty hazards Evelyn to Barnes eyes. who lives ina ,

mobile home on Old Lawtey
"- .. ..___uU" ___,__._ Road appeared before the We Invite You
:r// the face 'Each field poses its own could DC recovered oy me use recovery projects will reachthe commission to question her
of today's petroleum hor-' problems. ?Jn general, oil and 'of detergents, so much oftoday's consumer about five years utility bill., She said she has
tage, it sounds paradoxical to gas occur together, often with research is aimed at from now. lived in the trailer for three To Hear .
that the U.S. has f water below the- petroleum. developing this method. But But the U.S. still has'eno..mous
say plenty x> months and the first month
oil. Yet It is.true.According .. When' a well is drilled, the it's expensive. While crude oil petroleum she received a bill for $36 and
natural gas often has enough is currently worth about three resources and some day these
the next month the bill jumpedto Dr. W.R. Crews
to the magazine pressure to drive the oil cents a pound,detergents may resources may once again $53. ;
Petroleum Todayan toward the well. Or the water cost anywher from 27 cehtsto give us the energy independence -, "If we got a cold spell for
estimated 300 billion' barrelsof may drive the oil forward. $2 a pound.I* we once enjoyed. two weeks I the bill Speaker On
oil remains in the ground Once the gas or water drive is The industry, primarily the would be $150,guess Ms. Barnes
throughout the United States exhausted production from major oil companies, has been Garbage Ramp. '
fully two-thirds of the oil that the well drops sharply.Walerllooding researching ways to get more said.Edwards replied, "All we BIBLE STUDY TIME '
(From Page 1)
already has been discovered, is used in oil out of known fields formore have to go on is the meter
but not''recoverable for about !DO per cent of the oilfields than half a century. The for the specified car body. readings. National Radio Broadcast t A
technical 'or" economic' in the U.S. for secondary lead time for such develop- Library and Recreation Ms. Barnes said, "Should
reasons. If,wd\ Could get it out recovery because it is ment is long. New techniquesmust board recommendations were have an accurate meter December 15th & 16th Pecan RooT Garden Restaurant,
of the ground there would be' fairly inexpensive and simpleto be developed and tested, accepted by the commission. reader when you are dealing
enough oil. without foreign' use. However, water- the economic climate must be Those to serve on the library with other people's money. 800 Temple Ave. At 7:30'P.M:: .
imports, to last the country, flooding is not entirely favorable. At the earliest, oil board include Mrs. R.A. Mayor Schaefer brought upa
another 4& years iat the satisfactory since it leaves from the new enhanced Norman, Starke; Mrs Martha letter to the city that was
current rate of 'consumption much of the oil still in the Dorko, Lawtey; Mrs. Ervin written by local banker J.E. Subjects Monday Dec. 15th
In the .Big,Muddy field in ground so industry now is No Suspension . Andrews, Starke; Mrs. Nate Tomlinson regarding the rail-
\V\oming. for example". only experimenting with enhancedrecovl'ry. r Dyal, Hampton; and Mr. road crossing at market road. WORK OF THE SPIRIT IN SALVATION AND
one-third of- the original 80 (From Page I 1)) Harold C. Farnsworth Schaefer pointed out that HOLY ,
million barrels of oil in place Starke. Ms. Bobby Shepardwas the crossing involved was the
One of these enhanced cage will cost $180, Marshal
has been' produced in the 75 methods is thermal recovery, Jordan said. appointed to the Hampton scene of a car-train when accidentlast SERVICE .
February a man
years since the, held l was wherein a l fire)lood pushes hotgasl's --Voted for two change recreation board. was killed.
discovered.. And I production ahead of it, causing orders to extend water lines County Clerk Gilbert S."Gib" The Tomlinson letter Tuesday Dec. 16th
has slowed to only 20 barrels a hl'aani to (flow more down SR-125 Brown announced that
rInCat easily. back of the Trail pointed out that recently he
,day. Another method is carbon !Motel and to extend lines to the state Department of travelled the road at night HOW TO HAVE FULL ASSURANCE OF SALVATION
t Canyon.. California, dioxide Hooding. The carbon !Mr. Camp's home on Olive Environmental Control wouldbe when it was cold and that if a ,
production ;"li, down lob.a dioxide gas is lorced into the Street Camp was one of the. conducting a public vehicle on the opposite side of
compal'iltivc.'trlckle with only reservoir where it dissolves first 10 to apply for the water hearing on the proposal to the tracks had not been
into the oil. forcing it throughthe Councilman Ben construct a sewage treatment
\) cent of the original 300 McCulley in .
plant Keystone Heights.The
'million well. said. ,
(..urrentl''oIndustry"barrels'' (produced. Another promising methodis -Delayed hiring an operator at 9 a meeting,m. in courtroom is set for No.Dec.1 at 17 L..st\
scientists unblocking for new micellcir-pol>'mer flooding. oversee operation of the water
the Bradford
Courthouse
,ways to fMracl this oil. At Big Adelergent( t micellar fluid) is system because the council County :
pumped into an injection well. heard a class D is :
:\Iudd. .this hope to increase operator The commission-will be )
product 100';from 1 920, to !200'iKiiTols It sweeps t Juugh: .,, the sul fiCle.riKf: ) ;the"*ampunt,"of meeting Dee 23 at 9:30 a.nri. to
:
I a.'ilay..by. .pumping reservoir.cleaning oil' from waterLawtey.will be pumping : : '; !
enact ordinance : :; :
an imposing : ;
detergent into the ground to the rock grains.Then a second .'Instead of Class C as the ,
weight restrictions :
on secon-
wash out much .ol the substance -- a thickened engineer's stated. That will be
dary roads. Limits will be
uiiler. gel. polymer is checked out with the "lJi i
I iremaining oil. or 16,00 pounds per axle or 50,000
:1fJ.l
At Cut l'ulI 'on, because the injected to move the detergentand engineers.A Class D license is gross. The new law will affect l1
oil there is-,too thick t to be oil lorsuird.Theoretically good up to lOO.MM gallons per roads excluding SR-225 from
iilU'dc-d In, detergent according to day and Law ley will pump Lawtey to Kingsley Lake SR-
engineers,, will' set underground Petroleum Today. 83: to !93 percent around 40.000 gallons per day, 230 SR-200, SK-16, SR-100 and
rock, on I ire,hoping ol the oil in a reservoir the council was told. US-301.

the smoickyhig'hcat') thin _.
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out the oil\'lIungly to drive it eNNN B ONNNN eN c ---
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IN a Bradford County was named for .

Capt. Richard Bradford, first Florida 3

SAT.DEC.6 officer to lose his life in the Civil War.

FLEAMARKET: : : Old Bradford CountrCOURTHOUSE Capt. Bradford was born on a plantationnear -

Tallahassee and was killed in the

Battle of Santa Rosa Island (Pensacola)

on Oct. 9, 1861. Bradford County Was I'
MAlI LSRIC
'-rIlE created by legislative act in,

,
E December 1 1861 and named in his

PLf,, ..e honor.

AaeTtleCHEAPEST


--TI-iO'REAV Sponsored By Guaranty Federal salutes

Bradford County on the

Bradford County occasion of its Bicentennial


-F-'REPLACE BicentennialCommittee Kick-off,.Saturday. Dec. 6. t

BROKEN r We are proud to be a part of

):I LASS in such a historically distinguishe


DOORSrcS1 COME HAVE FUN county. <.,IOLUTOp,

: SAFETY '

with u ACRYLIC %g tie Z'
PLASTIC BIG DAY ffi ,

t YetI( 1t1t u1 '''''' '
I Come Play IN STARKEBINGO '?s'ts7e'


w You are Invited to the opening of Guaranty Federal's sixth office

CHRISTMASPARADE this Sunday. Dee ,,7, at the new location, 175 West Main Street

In Lake Butler. Open House from 12:30
: to 3:30 p.m. Open: for

t. business at 9 a.m. Monday, Dec. 8. h ,


,I EX-O-GLAZE is 1i '
As
Our
rystal illowiirg clear.guarantiedrutterproof., non : BAND Country Celebrates :,:

no sharp.cutting S f ..vus }0 BINGO ALL DAY IN OLD 200 Years of Freedom '

dge j. Easy to cut; ja : :Y
core or saw. Comts, ,- $ COURTHOUSECONDUCTED }
? CONCERTS
n standard sheetsizes'' Guaranty Federal Celebrates
Priced Ilkt |lui. BY SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB '.)

At Your Hirttwtri, Lumbar 20 Years Of Service '
and Building Supply Stor0 .

VARPBROS. cuic.goooosPlonuri See Amazing Display 1 '(f rs
in Plmtlu For Ovtr SO Yam Gainesville '

OE J hJE OLD PHOTOGRAPHSIn Guaranty 3300 SW'ArcherRoad:'" 'Jir'

220 N. Main/3501 W.,University Ave.. '

W Jf(1)W( ) JITIf$ Former,School Board FederalSavings I Keystone Heights: Lawrence Blvd & Sylvan Way ESiI<: J ": I

Office, Old, ;_Courthouse Starke: 395 W.. Madison Street ____,_
301 E, Call St. & Loan Association Coming Soon To Lake ButlerP.e ____

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BROOKERIN //


BRIEF SAYEMl *\*" R 0W, I 20p ,

by Jeannette Prescott .:. .

BROOKER PTA
TO BUY SUPPLIESThe FLORIDA PREMIUM GRADE ,,'

School Brooker PTA met Elementary Tuesday, OR GEORGIA SHIPPED. Pantry REGULAR ORELECTRIC GRIND ,, < ..: ','
I R .
Nov. 18, and decided to pur- FA
"
chase three film strip projec- Pride '
tors, and provide each class- PERK
room teacher with$100 for in- R FRESH "
.
structional materials. $150 .
was allocated for field trips, \
$200 for new film strips, $100 SUPERMARKETS ..
for physical education, and ,
COFFEi
$100 for the office. I STARKE
President Daryl Brewer FRYERS ,
thanked everyone for their 320 SOUTH
gracious donations of time
and effort during the Halloween -
WALNUT ST.
Carnival. He reported a .
net profit of $1,962.38.The 0t WHOLE C
program was centered ALL ITEMS AND PRICES GOOD MON., DEC. 1,
around what the children are THRU WED., DEC. 10, 1973.QUANTITY
doing in school. Parents and 2 PER 4 9 _RIGHTS RESERVED._ L B
teachers broke up Into three
we are pleased to accept
groups to discuss various
parts of the school program. BAG LB .& .FOOD STAMP B AGCOUPONS
The Christmas program will
be held Thursday, Dec. 18.
Friday, Dec. 19, will be the
last day of school before
Christmas vacation. Report
cards for the second sixweekswere
sent home this week. PANTRY SAVE EVERYDAY SAVE PANTRY SAVE EVERYDAY SAVE
3114 LOW Jttl 31 4c
CURB HEAD' START i
CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIESA 1 1 1 1
special meeting was BEEF BONELESS BEEF .
called by the parents of Head S
Start students on Tuesday,
Nov. 25, to decide how the stu- 1 1 : S 1
dents should participate in the 1I
Christmas parade being heldIn

few because Starke parents of on December were the shortness present 6. Very,and of \ STEAKS \ STEAK

time we had to come to a deci-
sion without the aid of all.
Mrs. Dianne Brunau, chair A I
man for the Christmas parade U.S. GOV T U.S. GOV T
and party secured the trailerfor INSPECTEDCORN !
the float measuring about INSPECTEDCORN
20 feet in diameter, and the FED LB FED l
truck to pull it.The floor of the
float will be of plywood loanedby
CUBB Head Start. A large
snow man and Santa Claus /J 1 puw+uul/ y+ ,
will be in the middle of the 0 ,
float which will be decoratedin wASHIO I fDLOCAL
green. red, and white crepe P GREAT P BONELESS P BEE F TIIAY P BONELESS BEEF P BOSTON BLADE P Rib OR GOLDENftDELICIOUS GROWN
? N
paper.A special meeting was ftGROUND R Qllo.TEW R R CHUCK POT RSHOULDER R TENDER
called for all parents at 7 p.m.on i LIVER
December 2 to help in the 1 ran OHOUNO mimr. 1 tt"OUMOBEEF t \ ROAST V ROAST I APPLES BEANS
parade and Christmas partyfor I 25"YlGU"LI"OTi'lI MECp KIMMIO OIVIINIO iREIN FORK a

The the E.B.children.PERSONALS:Crosby family. had L E D POUND 69C E ,2 TKO.TO4LB E'.Li' 38 :::: 69 La< CUSGon'128 E s PKG.pa '.NIYfIavWIAY 'Z9 E LB 27C E LB 29c


as Thanksgiving dinner guests
. '\, Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Howard SUPER DISCOUNT COUPON! ---. A '
and children of Jacksonville rAS1Ar { :
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Prevatt I S LB I II
and daughters of Clermont, PILLSBURY BAG I U. S. NO. 1ft 'DR'I'y.EITHOUT 49oz BOX I
Deborah Crosby and John Zap PLAIN' OH SILP,RISING, WHITE I.
of Gainesville, and Mr. and 34* I !
I 79
Mrs. Hugh Alderman of i FLOUR 59 I DEERGENTs

Marietta.Mr. and Ga.Mrs. W.C. Stal- OFF I I. .. .1. 1. 1..jl.liI .
WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY PRIDE OR Old STORES I WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY PRIDE OR Q/d n.La. l'rlll.n'I'! ,\
naker had children as Thanksgiving, Mr. and >NDAT, DEC.,THRU WED.,OBC. 10, 1*7S. LIMIT-1 OF EACH' LBLOOSE E, MONDAY, DEC. 1, THRU WED., DEC.' 1O, 197S. : ..1)I 'udlL
guests (their' I CENTS OFF COUPON WITH A $7.80 OR MORE .TOIIES:1f1l11"1
CENT/ OFF COUPON WITH A"91.tO, OR MORE FOOD ORDER.
Mrs. Wayne Stalnaker and son IBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED! J l.: TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED. :
of Clearwater, accompanied ..5. --------------- I AL ----------------
bv u friend. Bernie: also their
children. Mr. and Mrs. A.D. OUII..IlYOAT YOUeAVI COMPARE usvuIOIr YOU IAVI COMPARE OUIIIV.IIYOA'tYOUeAVI! I
j
COMPARE LOW eAlt.71 -- \ UP.o LO.PIIOCI. UP TO '
Adams and children Mr. and I A GREAT GIFT IDEA!
Mrs. David Slalnaker, and .. ,,. 5 INDIVIDUALLY WMPPED J MI
/ I
Cecil limiting Stalnaker.but had They more went fun Oscar Franks M29 '' American Cheese JI 98C '" j Skinless Franks 69' -' I Food Gift Certificates

than luck. CUT IHDUIDEI LI PKB. S. son INSPECTED CORN FCD CHUCK I
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott IEIIUIIIIIII. Roaster "Bg'iGrill $199'Beef Cube Steak $178
and Johnny visited their Lamb SUILIPU Cults FIOSN Franks j II 21'I L

mother Mrs. Nellie Pringle in NSTON Stall MtJH POM I "III SPIll IIAI.AIINI.LI .1. I. SOVT. INSPECTED COIN FED DONEIESS wda, n. muM '
uomg lakeland on to last their week son's before home, Shoulder Roast l.$1 1M 20'1 Oleo Quarters' 3$1'U/ Beef Shoulder Steak II $1 8I al'i A AU. GIVE AOIFT r' : N ; "

Paul Jr., Homestead I $
Prescott. in UNO 0'MOST ASSUME IM '''. I HOOD 100% PUKE OU m I SUlTAIHUTlur211PKG I
with him to and spend his Thanksgiving family.Their Chipped Meats 45g'' i orange Juice 3/M/ I Fish Cakes 89-' I OFFOOD---!! ..r.x. rood Oift aeaw.awII C.HrtM IM
Alicia was IN ANY OF ar.q
daughter. I REDEEMABLE
baby 11.. w N M I II P K" I luck F lUll.I ttoo u..rrmw
horn in the Homestead Air _as .si'"M-- FIUN MMIi SU STAI NEAT I EAT 2 OUR CONVENIENTLY
Nov.Force 20.Hospital on Thursday Fryer Combo.MiMi Pkg. oK3.:: La '" 10'1| Fish Sticks M1Q 20' Cornish Game Hens t.79C '0'1 LOCATED STORES FOCI HOLIDAYS.ATK3IM*...BIPTMDAYSI3CMM AIM VTMVW


Pre-Sentence SAVE SAV SAVE SAVE
EVERYDAY
EVERYDAY PANTRY PANTRY
16 10
LOW 25c sw LOW

Investigation 1 1 1 PANTRY PRIDE
P ROYAL
ROSEDALEft BARONET
Ordered On NoeA 100% PURE FLORIDA


pre has-sentence been orderedin Investigation SWEET ft CROWN //Yo'low_ Cling 1 a

the assault conviction of '
Paul Carter Noe by a six- / /
member Bradford Circuit \ PEAS a opt, "YCOMPARE
Court jury here Nov. 14. qN
The 32-year-old welder was
charged with assault on Cecil
Pressley with a folding knife A I 8 PAK w I 12oz r
,
and double-barrel shotgun 160Z
without Intent to commit PLUb DEPOSIT16oz CANS
murder. Noe was arrested six CAN FROZENoumviraiv
BTL
days after the June 6 incident.

Following three days of : .
.
testimony and two hours YOU OUR IVIKVDAr YOU UVI COMPARE O.SN1.O.r YOU YrlLOw.rncur t .
TOWS COMPARE
deliberation the Jury an- tow nnem UP UP TO LOW PRtCIII UP TO '

nounced recommend a guilty verdict sentence but ....T..2" | PANTS PIM I Ml |l'AIlTlYPIiDI10511. (J I .CUSTOMER SERVICE NOTICE
did for which not Judge Elize Sanders Black Pepper 39t 13' i Grape Jelly 69P '' i Toaster Pastries 49 4' I YOUR COMMENT CHECK-CASHING COURTESY
DECEMBER 31, 1975.
EXPIRES
CARD
ordered investigation.While .
an I ... | SIN /IM I
ir\t
STAI.41 II
MINI CMUAl
the for the case I nil STOP BV THE OFFICEMacaroni
jury MAM
MIEN AT VOWR CONVENIENCE
was being chosen Monday & Cheddar 489'(4MDU / "'I Water Softner Salt M.E Pantry Pride Mayonnaise 20' I AND PICK: UP YOUR NEW 1976 CARD WHICH IS "
Nov. 10. a Green Cove Springsman I I I USABLE IMMEDIATELY. ;w> ,r :.
changed his plea to guiltyof MM CAN All VEOETAME WITS IUIII III IHOTliu .* '*""* ',111411 'i 1 IF YOU DO NOT NOW HAVE A- CHECK..Ll

was other given assault a split charges sentence.and! Snow Drift Shortening $149 10 :Gebhardt Chili 39 ''| Black Pepper, 69C. 10 I YOU CARD.NOW WE WILL I BE PLEASED TO ISSUE ONETO. v ."" ;. .

committed John J. Matthews to three,years 36, was in $1 139 Still Ifltl.M '. 79* "JMolt I Sauce 59 I APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS '; "; :
the Department of Offender Punch Detergent i Trash Bags Apple U'.T YOU FOR SHOPPING '''t::,r":

,five Rehabilitation.months of He the will sentence serve, Mum PUN PIN. t |EUOANT PINS flu nit I J SIIT! miiiMJo., FT.Towels. Is PANTRY PRIDE '. '...
l 1
then be probated for another Grape Jam 69 10' Liquid Detergent 47'i Viva 2/ 141
three years. He was given E
credit for 66 days jail time by 'r" .'
Judge John J. Crews.OFml.tJ. nITIr 1, Sp, runlr e, 1 Ar 11' rAlTSr Ifs + 71' rAllw 12'
S 1 1 1
1 I
1 ORCHARD HILL
A.ary
: TOOTHFRUIT I Cnul if lower, HOLSUMNf
: ft CUT GREEN ff Brunei Sprouts 01 <) MEAI ,

...-, ...-. -. PASTE \ PIES \ BREAD .'
JII:' .- ".... ;,: \ BEANS \ \ Brocolli Spears .

r.':Tlle '.\Uri .
'

OF= ''".!ICE'. ISL ';

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f.M ""' \'WlUii; : :; r. MILL. HUNGRY JACK I.. SAVE MAXWELL I". -

".,,.... I SAVE GENERAL J SAVE COMPLETEr 24oz I I P KNEE HI .'
Nit;';,j'v ). 4 1' (..I.lir' 2 LB CAN HOUSE j ;' ''.\'
..;*F '.. I BUGLES I i PANCAKE II ( :
.
:,'k". J .'.. .0I :, I 7oz PACKAGE I I MIX I I COFFEE I' fYOCKIII. I' .f 4.t j. .

IAliOJ I WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTY MID |* ''I CASH 'WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY PRIOBOR I I CASH WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY PIIIO.I t I ,.
.
i CASH 011 Old STORES MOM,OBC.%THRU 0/4 STORBS MOM DtC.1, OR Q/"STORES MON.DEC.1, I ,
'. ..L$. :;.1 WED,_e.10,ma J WIIX,DBC.10 oft. T1tIIIU.J WED.,MC.10,197S. :J''. > 1 I.) 'ilo .'>r rI rr
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Miss Stella Jane Costello .
and James Huffman of the *
\Mining School of Technology .
'
Pikeville, College Ky. were \ 7
holiday guests of her parents. 'J, >5 X'v' ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Costello at T S
Lake Brooklyn

Mr. and Mrs. Huston Me- &n6ticdi5t & / toZe&. 10-LIGHT MINIATURE VAN WYCK
Clane spent Thanksgivingwith C
Mr. and Mrs Bill Mc. Too TREE SLOW COOKER
Clane in Neptune Beach
MODEL 401 SIM.R PDT
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.Gay I LIGHTS 3Vt0UART000NTRY" .STYLE.
and son Jerry of Columbia,
COOKERSERVER'II"
S,C. spent Wednesday and
Thursday with their mother jAil
Mrs. G A. Gay. REG. 466

5.99
5 Wov Flo h rft
Mrs. Della Goodge' spent tl .
ploc obl* ftuth in bulb
last week with Mr and Mrs. [
Jim Goodge and family in .....
LAY A WAT -
Winter Haven. E -
PIANCHARCt TINSEL 500 a. SILVERICICLES ,
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton "w .
IT \ *
and family of Tampa were :
/guests( the long weekend of IlAHK ICARDI' ", ; GARLANDctn.. : I
r.oJ; ':": =--
(their parents Mr and Mrs.N "' : 1
B Hosier and Mr. and Mrs. C KEYSTONE
S.W, Hamilton. .- ""M"' FTREG 199 REG 39' 24,
2 99
L 101

relatives Mrs. EW.in Ocala) Hayes and Sanford visited ROMAN BRIO : \ 1

Irom Wednesday lo Sunday.Mr. DECORATED .3 PAK PLAT POCKETCAMERA

and \Mrs A.G. Loudon AFTER SHAVE LOTION ORNAMENTS GIFT BOXES .
spent Wednesday to Friday ,
with their son-in-law and DECANTER '.
CHARIOT ; Kit' include*Modal' 101 Pocket*'
.
(dilUhter.II''ul.ter/( and\family and in Mrs.Douglas-Jack 'if/I', "' BOX OF 12 188 REG. 99" 78 C 8. Matte FdmMaymubeMegmuh.ER Camera. Kod.k, 110 Color*

Mile 1\ll's.I..1\1., Ga and Kithardsonandson visited Mr. and 6 OZ.-LIMIT ONE "3 21N. REG?2.49 148 tender and a Wrist Strap .

Marion! Ala Irom Saturday
.
to Monday.Mis
WREATH DELUXE PINEWREATH REG. 16.99 "

Harry Mooty visited '9
her son.in-law and daughter
Lt. and Mrs K.G. Thornton of REG. 19 k\': BOW RIBBON -
(id. Irom Wednesday ".
Bogul't. 2.59OLD _II" '
10 Sunday They spent I )}wsfttfTwsrPa! 411
C 8 : I _
Thanksgiving day withII'\
,IIMWv
and Mrs JacK Carter in Doug- 'e ASSTD PLASTIC 3,7 LARGE 18 INCH 5" IIMIHftMlllu J srSB1
l.is\'ilie. Ga I REG 49- REG. 6.99
'
Mrs K.C. Dukes and Mrs _.; i1 !rIr'. W ', I rREMINGTON
: AMERICAN GREETING or LAUREL I.
}
!Melba Williams spent the long .t'r-
weekend with Mr und Mrs CHRISTMAS L RAINBOW SUPER BRUSH
Uiookms in Caitersville, rt I .

da HolY: r SPICE m' CARDS J'J ar. 12" CANDLE 850 WATTS CURLER/

Mr. and Mrs J,E. (Hardy .. 'a STYLERDRYERATTACHMENTS.
were in Stone !Mountain Ga 4-BAR ASSORTED
CAPTAIN C ARE
Wednesday to Sunday \isitingtlit'ir ]
; BOXED o PAK. OF TWO 77 INCLUDED, 2188
son-in-law and daughter
REG 99' 2 REG. 99 ,
Price
Mi and Mis David \\\Ienden- CHEST

i all. SOAP ..,.,'.' REG. 23.99

Mr and !Mrs. Edward Davis : ASSORTED WHITEANGEL
ol (i.iinosMllf( were Thanksgiving EACH BAR 3Vi OZ.'REG 1 49FAMOUS ,
/( /( dIYuests/( of \Mr. and 15a.BOWS HAIR
Mrs i Ill)' DansbyMr. ?'I 4IUJJ1. NORTHERN

and 1ll's.I.J.\ Sander- Z
son of Tallahassee were'thanksgiving C HOT
REG.
guests of her 34 .
paiL-nls.DenmaikMr, .Mr and Mrs. S.G. .a A LIMIT ONE 49' REG. 49C '1' "' LATHER.t.


and Mrs Robert '' 20 SHEETS. 15 INCH '

Greene I\1r. and \Mrs. Edward
Douglas! and children and Mr 4; f GIFT PAPERof FOIL TREE REG

,'and Mrs Neil. Joyner spent .. ... 1199 8
"
-
-
hanksgwing"1 with Mr. and .. '
!Mrs Jimmy Howe in Sanford C =-1 r; PIPING HOT'LATWeiCW;\! 88 f
BRANDS FLAT PAK 38 1.* 1 it IN SECONDS USES
Mr and Mrs James Mon-
REG 59c REG. 1.29 6 OR1 11 02, CANS
tuoro and daughter of Tampa
and Mr. and Mrs James H. WATCHES ,,....
Hall Jr. and daughters of t ,4:,
"
Gainesville were Thanksgiving I MEN'S AND LADIES IN =.J1.t'i..dif; j4- L1 1- r v
guests of their parents.Mr, "
and Mrs Mac Baldwin. ASSORTED STYLES "* # *'
.
*"1 REG 26 88 +
Mrs Frances Johnson of J:
11 -11 11t
Atlanta and son James John-
son of Macon, Ga were guests I- ? REG.
:
several Verna days Demorest.last week of Mrs.Mrs. t 188 499I ZIPPO MEN'S WHITEHANDKERCHIEFS7, PLASTIC ENVELOPES

Demorest also had as guests \,*
r. SHOE BOXES
last week Mr. and Mrs. Paul LIGHTER PAKOF100

Shupe and family of Merritt S WITH WITH COLORED REG. SIZE OR'
Island i
PAK OF 5
RUSH LIDS REG 50 LEGAL
Mrs Agnes Heath of Fort w REG. 1 1.14-
Lauderdale is visiting Mr. and FINISH 69' EACH REG 59'i
Mrs W.E. Tilley and other i
relatives here this week The
Tilleys also had as Thanksgiving *0
guests Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Tilley of Tallahassee. J48c

GALAXY {
Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell _
Norman spent the long week _
end in Miami and attended the INSTANT HEATHEATER
UF-Univ. of Miami same in
the Orange Bowl Saturday
A'PROIIMATE
I 16 OZ. INSULATED
night. .....
_
( AS >- 9 FT. K 12 FT.
Mr. and Mrs. James SAFETY TIP-OVER {I SEEN n a BEER STEINS
Champion and sons of { ON TV .
SWITCH- 90002 PLASTICDROP
i tr, j' DOUBLE WALL INSULATED
Mich. recent
Saginaw were '' REG -
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leo INERTIA 99 CHOICI OF HER

Champion.Rev. NUTCRACKER PATCHWORK RANDS! pIAS
CLOTH
and Mrs. James QUILTING SQUARES REG 1.99 R1 C .
Starling son. Jimmy and 1088 i CRACKS PECANS. c
daughters, Jana and Julie, ALMONOSHAZEL: PAK OF 24
spent Thanksgiving week with RE9J NUTS.WALNUTS. COLORFULPRINTED 44
i I, friends in Bryson City N.C. ETC MENT NO NEEDED ADJUST TO 999 SQUARES" 88 I 21

, Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey, SIZE A TYPE '
Jr. and family were REG 33'
Thanksgiving guests of Mr.
and Mrs Robert M. Goober

and family in Orlando. MAYFAIR \ ;;; \ii1 DI-GAS
RIGID 1.
UR Mttil con
Mr. and Mrs. John Greene MODEL r: PLASTIC
POLYETHYLENE struction.
and son visited her parents, T204I' HOLDS SERVICE -' ILJ' Long handl .\\I CUT
Mr.Wacissa and Mrs.Wednesday H.L. Chancey to in LONG RANGE FOR FOUR [Ij" CRYSTAL STOPS MILDEW

Friday.Mr. WALKIE'TALKIE 2 PIECE DISHWASHING AND ODORS MUSTY

.and Mrs.Ardel Brannen SET SPONGE MOPWASTEBASKET
.
of Jacksonville and Miss REG 69' ,

Jessie guests Bartow of May were Mr.Brannen Thanksgiving and Mrs.of REG. REG. Jil-s* '
166

I Raleigh Thanksgiving Brannen guests of Mrs. I t REG.9.99 799 2.29 .188 2.19 99 REG. ,8 1 1i 41.C

a t Janet Turner were Kay ,
Turner and friend of
I Jacksonville Vicky Turner of
Gainesville and Mrs. James '"K. T" '
Barron of Starke. +* > .Jt f .* +

Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs.

J.W.nesday Kincaid to Friday spent with Wed-their JOHNSON i i BAN i DOW '
sister, Mrs. C.C. Hoppe in 73ULTRA WOOLITE
Tampa. BABY SHAMPOO t HANDI-WRAP ,
See Huge 7) { 16 OZ. LIQUID

DUPLICATE CLUB RESULTSJeff BRIDGE 16 OZ.'hal 1.5OZ. : i '
Wrenshall and Mrs. Ed 129 B 3-OO '
SIZE b
FOR ALL
OF YOUR '
Wainwright were the winning ipoo S: :: 7s RE. '1'2'
.
couple at Duplicate Bridge 4 FINE WASHABLES
Tuesday night. Mrs. J.D. Unit Two With p R ro I )
.' were Odom second and Mrs.andtF..J.Lex Green. COUPON THRU 12/6 I I COUPON LIMIT 2 WITH THRU 128ECKERO .100 Ft. 4 ,REG.UMITTWOPageS 1.68 .

Shaw and Mrs.S.W.I I .niton
ECKERDoiuies
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i Williston Man


And Son, 4,

Die In CrashA

I Williston man and his
four-year-old son were fatally
Injured Nov. 22 in a car-train
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-
accident at Raleigh, Florida.
I Lowman Weaver,Sr.lived a
[r r week, dying Saturday Nov.

:-... :. .,' FOAMING ECKERD O Bottle of 100ASPIRIN BLANKETS stantly.28 Weaver His,son Jr., James was killed Lowman In-

rCROCK
CUPID The father is the grandsonof
J" BATH OIL COLOR BRAND SOLID Mrs. Emma Rene Weaverof
BLANKETS. Starke and the son of Frank
-- POT '
1' rY SOFT & FLUFFY. Weaver of Starke and the
I ? DOUBLE
t' IIf GRAIN -i .rx' BED SIZE,7290 .n. nephew of Mr. and Mrs. W.T.
J 32 OZ. I irin us P. REG,5.99 (tBiilt) Jackson of Starke..
as
\\ .. The senior Weaver is
ii' survived -
\\L,; :l' REG. .59 19C by the widow, Suzanne;
-
= t
: 2488B 99"LIMIT LIMITTWO a daughter, Dana Weaver,
;' Williston; his mother and
5 QUART SIZE E":.:. 2 __ ." stepfather, Mr. and Mrs Mar.
3300 WITH HEAT, !;! .:..", .488 vin Lane, Williston; his
CONTROL AND CORD _' father, Frank Weaver, Sr.,
'
:
j VISINE VS ine COLGATE ..T' Debra Starke;Williams two sisters, Gainesville: Mrs.,

and Mrs. Recca Lane, Willis-
r LLOYD'S AM/FM EYE DROPS, TOOTHPASTE Emma ton; his Weaver grandmother, Starke., Mrs.

8-TRACK PLAYER .r. LIMIT ONE t 5 OZ. LIMIT ONE Funeral was Sunday after-
f rYISIfB noon in the First United

fit\; RECORD TURNTABLE ; ; Vi oz.' SALE MAYFAIR-CASSETTE Burial Methodist was Church in Orange in Williston.Hill

,. 93, REFLECTS PRICE 59 TAPE RECORDER Cemetery.


10995 pp N a LABEL 10' OFF! I MODEL PUSHBUTTON 400 DELUXE SOLID Public Library

__ STATE PORTABLE. Hours ExtendedThe
a
AUTOMATIC SHUT OFFLADIES
REG. 129.95 13 OZ. REG & HARD TO HOLD Bradford County Public
I'J '' SPRAY73C: REG 24 95 Library, now located at 105 E.
Lighted. vermer tuning AQUA NET HAIR Jackson, will be extending its
end t RT.wy hours from 40 to 48 per week.
steno light in*
d tea tor Deluxe 8. Starting December 3, 1975
v track' player lighted E SYNTHETIC 200 IU BOTTLE OF 100 CAPSULES Limit One 99 the library will be open
digital, tape In REG 2.69 1 1888 Wednesdays from 9 am. 5
I dicator Full size. ECKERD VITAMIN, 'E' . p.m.,along with the hours of 9-
turntable. 4 way / 8 on Mondays 9.5 on
bait fallen/ .peekkt. Tuesdays, Thursdays and
... .
en -8841.7700PROCTOR CRYSTAL BRAND PINT LIMIT ONE and
C Fridays on Saturdays, 9-
'e ,
-
19 .. 2.
ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL . -
Ceramics Class
Light Powder 6 Oz, Sale Price Relied 20 Off Label ; ,: "
SILEX :49'ATLAS rl: 'J! r 4" Set On MondaysThe
.
ARRID EXTRA DRY ) I
ELECTRIC Ir:
H ;;Y t 101SHEER ceramics classes of the
Starke Recreation Department
JUICER BRAND-ORAL OR RECTAL-LIMIT ONE c ti will change one of its
49 PANTY: night classes to Monday.
TMyeJ FEVER THERMOMETER . :\ HOSE The days for the classes
each week will be
BY Monday
; : I FIANCEE #350 IN night from 7-10 and Wednes-
18 1 02.-SALE PRICE REFLECTS 1 B' OFF LABEL LIMIT ONE c r< TAN OR BEIGE day mornings from 9-12 and
REG 1188 83 to / '.{ Wednesday nights from 710.
13.99 SCOPE MOUTHWASH . 1. The change is due to utilizing
: the upstairs of the Armory for
ELECTRICITY DOES THE lye ; 'p. REG. other activities on Thursday
WORK REG 99M.IMITONE c 99"' nights
59 !I"J" 69h. The instructor is Lillie Ann

= : Z JILAN BEAUTI-NAILS . Johns.
TIMEX

'i 6 OZ. NIGHTTIME! COLDS MEDICINELIMIT ONE 19 .... SERVICE MEN

;; WATCHES't' = VICKS NYQUIL . . l : _'t. ''F :;rJL':'. i'

.1: A.PRIC.TO: \ .. Cf Y 's..fi .;,--; : ;: "-,}. ,(AHTNC Dexheim.) Oct, 8.'Germans Army,Prl-{ !
\ RAZbR
16CTREG OR -UMIT ONE .- .1 :
I 't' < SUPER' ; -4 vate Steve W. Jenkins son of
4: FIT EVERY : < MPONs -: 77C 8. nSHARPISGLADDING, Mrs. Maj/ieD.:Jenkins',' Un'-
POCKETBOOK'! PLAYTEX tey "'Ia.. was assigned. Sept-
ember 26.( as a construction
'E-t I? specialist in Company A of(the
r.r c
". '
., .;4 rt """ '''::''' ''\ 1t ..t., h .:} fiLLET 8th Infantry Divisions 12th
lu ....D1 o-- l\ A.'itfP'L .. .6 r"Al, dt r ;; '' .bt LT, ww+aM .0 t \ Engineer Battalion in Dex-
: KNIFE helm Germany.The .
t
( 1 year-old! soldier
; '; WITH CARRY entered the Army in April 1973!
and completed basic
THIS' INSIMI1I IUTUIIIS 3> Tlfttt (raining
FLUORESCENT ITS 12 CMOKO IUITONS JMOKIO SII1HIU FLAVOR HOUSEPISTACHIO STEEL at Ft( Leonard Wood, Mo
OUST COVM HUtCHINtt INCH I BLADE Before entering the
SHE8ATH8 Army.
AND
PEG SAFARI Munlelle HANDLE he was employed al( DuPont
UNUSUALLY ARE RUST Mining Starke.plI.6onal .
2895LANTERN MAGNUS ORGAN ? RESISTANT/ Company in

FOR CAMPING A TERRIFIC .X-CAUI.I NUTS y% L PEG 1099

BOATING OR HANDY GIFT! I __ .
8% OZ. DRY ROAST.
LIGHTING WITH ACCORD .
&BATTERIES 4' SKATE BOARD F ED. REG 1.77
1 II"1'nun 1'01//:"* i III


39saj U"D 2688 Flavor., .., r McLendon Mr. and and Mrs.children Jim
21.5 ; pl cbpa LIMIT 14. OLD Stacey. Ian and Caitlin of
TWO Blowing Rock N.C. returned
home Nov 29! after a visit with
FASHIONEDQUAKER his parents. Mr.and Mrs. K P.
McLendon.Mr. .
01

NU-BALL PAK OF 81! SOPHI. and Mrs. Charles
of so 's 12%OZ. Hardy..Mr. and Mrs. Charles
MI.PRESSURIZER AND
TENNIS BALL L VINYL / HILL 130Z.P GS.COOKIES Francis and children, and Mrs
.IAND Bob Milner Jr. were
DRIP 44 QT, .y Thanksgiving guests of Mrs.
FITS. ANY CAN EXTENDS DRY SIZE 100Z.PKG G.E. McGauley in Palatka.
LIFE OF TENNIS BALLS

BALLSNOTINCLUDED NICE I GIFT HANGERS TRASH BAGS PEANUT BRITTLE I (YOUR CHOICE) 17 that Friends A.J.a heart will(Jack attack regret) Eaves Tuesdayof to hear suffered

REG.
99" last week in Tifton, Ga.
while there on National Guard

w 7.5 REG. 66 REG. 134 PEG.e 57' Jacksonville duty: He was NAS transferred Hospital on to
gg 1.99 79 Friday.

Thanksgiving guests of Mr
r and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr.
PLANTER'S OLD were Mrs. Lucian Johns, Mr.,
and Mrs. Edwin Starling and
daughter and Junius of
FASHIONED PEANUTS Jacksonville, Carlton Faulk of
Troy Ala., Miss Mary Ad-
s dington and Miss Martelle

24 IN. PORTABLE WILSON LaM 11 02. Diane Lamonda Thomas of Gainesville of Starke,,Miss Mr.

CANunlrr and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr.,
GOLF BALLS 2.REG son.Keith, of Starke and BradCarter
GRILL -
B-B-Q -- I
of FSU Mrs Trudie
1 ,
I ,
Crosby of Maxville and Victor

,. FOUR POSITION GRID DESIGNED TO OUTPERFORM fir I .:ff I II[ f '1.osI' Nettles Mrs. of John Brooker Anderson of

'l 1 ADJUSTMENT RUST- ,WILSON K.28 BALL.WITH I'\ 1 Callahan and mother, Mrs.
i PROOF CHROME-PLATED QUPONT SURYLN COVER. \ t" Johanne Lohman of Hanover
COOKING. GRID. Germany were last Monday
I 1 dinner guests of Mrs. Myrtle

:: 88 s tb, ; S I / 1 1' / BI Anderson.Mrs.. Bertha. Pearce spent

.REGI PlI6 r ; 1 Wednesday to Sunday with
'10.49. 8. ,,'4 rS/ 1 1 her daughter, Mrs. Annie Mae
Ensor in Jacksonville.Mr. .
1 rr-
Limit Two Pf'
TWICE T .. with '.
j. and Mrs. Leo Championof
"0
0. 0" S co,,0.o'Itlock.0" Y.d Starke and Mr. and Mrs.
.ry roll ot l.p.d end P'int.d. 'Herb Nelson and family 'of
white 10''''' ";:1YEBYDA'f I \ Keystone Heights were
/A 100.1. Thanksgiving guests of Mr.
PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAYI OPEN DAILY 9 TO o SUNDAY 107EEdJBtfEEB TWICE IEFdIA! 'd' and Mrs.. W.B. Thompson,at

,SllverSprings..
M/E w".;him' one pdnn,ear"" ,
op. I Mrs:' Anderson and
V ralU'" ot KodeC= orrtM n0 for Myrtle
whit.lil'n' grandson, Eddie Schwab of
S. Walnut end .t O'noevttr0f00AY ; ." Gainesville spent Thursday to
831 Starke. Fla. pic. .; I ew 'Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Schwab at. Merritt
1 Island.




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3.2-ounce Lotion, 1.5-ounce BRUT SPLIT SOAP- .
Shave Creme After 1.5-ounce After Shower, After Shave .:
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2.75-ounce
1 Monsieur I v. Anti Lotion and 8-ounce Medallion SoaponaRope. ON-A-ROPE 1 1.e
perspirant Stick
Deodorant
in
beauti ,
different
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Houbigant I IQ fully-styled travel tote masculine scent. 3.2-ounce After Shower, After Shave
bag.1QOO 650 Lotion and Bounce Medallion Soap-
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After Shave and 2-ounce Cologne
A.ALYSSA ASHLEY MUSK OIL Musk. .earthy primitive and fiercely
masculine.
.25-ounce bottle. Fresh as the first
day of Spring. A long lasting fragrance ( 650
with primitive appeal.
1 1.r -
400
C. GINSENG COLOGNE BY
ENGLISH LEATHER5ounce
bottle. This fabled essence provides
B. ALYSSA ASHLEY SPRAY MIST .r MAXFACTORA. a unique and enduring.experience
for lovers everywhere.
2-ounce Spray Mist. Lavish yourself ,
with the scent of Musk.Put it on i 500
your body .and it goes to his head.
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..... The surprise of Aquarius Creme a BA AGES. ** t s
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Perfume hidden wthln..attached! to 7iv .
a classic golden wire neckring. QOO


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The surprise of Aquarius CramePerfume t
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presents 9150 CREME PERFUMEC. ,

Gifts for LITTLE FAWN NECKRING COMPACTS : ( ?%//Ie

Him & HerA. Tha surprif of Aquarius Cram I
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P.rlum.hddanwithin. ..attached H. HONEY BUNNY
to a cleric goldan wire neck ring. Holds the scent of Aquarius Creme Perfume. k by
...it can be worn on a chain..
r 9150 760 ,/ F. MILLOTThe

D. RACOON RASCAL BRACELETThe
surprise of Aquarius Creme fragrancefor
P.rfumehidden within...attached |. TINY TUSKER who like
women
to a classic golden wire bracelet. Holds the scent of Aquarius Cr.m.Per Y
8150 fume. .'.it can b.worn on a chain. being mysterious.A. .

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EI E. WISE OWL BRACELET Y
A. The surprise of Aquarius Creme U. K. K. TEDDY BEAR Yt
Perfume hidden within. .attached Holds the scent Aquarius Creme Perfume.
to a classic wire bracelet. ...it can b.worn on a chain. I'
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F. GOLDEN CAMEO
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hiding the enticing scent of Hypnotique. -
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hiding within the enticing scent ofHypnotique.
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Monsieur Jovan is every woman' j CREPE de CHINE ..
piece de resistance. 1000 PARFUM
trounce bottle parfum. The long-
GIFTS SPRAY COLOGNE lasting fragrance) of Crepe de Chine]
it the)perfect gift for that spocial
B. MONSIEUR IOVAN i 1-ounce Spray Cologna. person.
AFTER SHAVECOLOGNE4ounce BY '< .Tha fragrance, 780
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bottle.Stimulating,distinctively r
different sensual rich blend of YARDLEYOF W' 350
rare woods,and exotic spices with
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780 \ de TOILETTE CONCENTREE ,
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C. MADAME JOVAN LONDON I1 1 for thai i most prattiglou*gifting.
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Madam Jovan Eau de q 450
Cologne and Bounce perfumed ( )
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COLOGNE SPRAY e Luxury,floral scanted,hard-milled soap 1-ounce Spray Cologne. with the daltoata, eseenca of Crap
2.75-ounce Madam*.Jovan Eau de for which Yardley is famous.In 2 team .The Ctasaio da China.
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Southside


Chit Chatbv SAVE IIfTyLI

Judith Flynn

The Lawtey Dolphins,under
the leadership of instructor
Norman (Butch) Redding,
visited Southside recently to
participate in volleyball and rVNS
> softball games. It proved to be
an everyone.enjoyable experience for

Each school experiencedtheir
share of victories and
defeats with Southside.
winning the 4th grade softballboys
( ) and the 5th grade volleyball ry
(girls). Lawtey took E
the' 4th grade volleyball QEEF pEOP
(girls) and the 5th grade softball -
(boys).' 111 1 1
All of the players are to be
commended for their perfor-
mances. Outstanding per SUPERBRAND MAXWELL HOUSE (Limit 1 w/$7.50 or more purchase excl. cig.) SWIFT'S PREMIUM
formers for

Chaff the Fourth following, Ricky!grade! : ICE CREAM COFFEE BAG 99c CANNED HAM

Bennett, Wayne . .

Wayne girls: Vonda Wall. Hall or SHERBET KRAFT (Limit 1 w/$7.50 or more purchase excl. cigs.) SAVE $1001!

Nugent Michelle, Mitchell LeAnn, 32-o .
ferson, Jennifer MAYONNAISE JAR 88C

Jackie Richardson Mason, C .

cum ney,,Sharon and Yvonne $499

Fifth grade 6 9 ,
Bennett, Blaine r
LeMire, Jeffery ; .' '- (1)t\( ) )
Stephen Mills< Dan Little, Al ,...:...:- \'

Garcia, Bo Wheller ,,', I r ee
ner,Yancy Miller, I 1 I Ftl.f..
Andrews. Fifth ; I I W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BONELESS
Sadie McDuffie
Eaves, Barbara 7 ... .- BOTTOM
von Cooper, U. S. No.l REGULARPOTATOES .'",b,:",;; I I ROUND
Sarena Clark,

Marla Vonda Darly Ayers, ;:: 3Zea, ROAST or' STEAK
Stern. '
'
On Thursday, p
Becky Geibeig,

sion visited Miss Home Wasdin's Mrs. __ 58
classes to give a 19c
demonstrate the LB.VANT. ui
food groups. She '
class an easy way BAG ,
the basic four food Lg
wholesome snack
shake and cookies.
dren enjoyed their TYSON'S FROZEN
W.D "AND UID" CNGIC'
took home a Moo BEEF, SUPERBRAND USDA INSP. GRADE 'A
TURKEY OR CHICKEN
recipe provided by
; FRESH FLA. ALL WHITE DEL SIRLOIN STEAK
beig. MONTE
On Nov. 17th POT PIES
gradei' classes LARGE EGGSFr
toured Blalock's

in of thank conjunction food,Mr.groups.B la with PEACHESS 'y $1 88

H.A. Lawson for S .
and ;
Mr McKinney U i }
berg' -(: t I DOZEN(6 b 1Sn .. 111'414y
Mrs.Our'Betty special Ann B-oz. CANS -,,' ,.,;;:; I L
PIES
"
s
unteering her time
bus for The $ 198
us. -BONE.
their teachers . LB.
from a soup bone
Mr. Blalock. The FRESH FLORIDAINDIAN W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE

experiences tour were. Duncan's both for very all.Mrs. RIVER FULL CUT BONELESS!

class has been
the changing ORANGES ROUND STEAK
who have finished
jects and are now
them in the school :
Donna Prescott SdAlanrr I at
hill, Jim Rye lIixtul'I +
Greg Jackson, P-178
and Marla Darly. : < s

Whitehead's Dianne Wood third, t BAG 1
,
has recently won I
in the I
Board of Realtors SASSY & SPICEY
or W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BONE-IN
test. Each student
essay on "What SAUSAGE FROZEN
Means to Me." Quantity Rights CHUCK ROAST
Dianne will be PIZZA Reserved
trophy at the WINN DIXIE STORES. INC.
very Realtors proud Meeting.of this COPYRIGHT-197' LB. L C

complishment by *&
Elaine is the daughter Wood of of $ 99 f 9 3

Menu. Dec. ti DEL MONTESPINACH r-- DEL MONTE
Monday: Tuna .
chips, corn, fruit 20-o PUMPKIN
milk. PIZZA CHUCK STEAK : 10816oz.
Tuesday: LB.
cheese, bologna
turnip greens, LARGE FIRM HEADSLETTUCE

rice milk.Wednesday, peanut butter: ,st 4 $ 9 c BONELESS'SPECIAL

beans, jello with A 1 S-os. .
stick, rolls,'milk.Thursday CANS CANS 5-LBS. BOTTOM ROUND STEAK
,: r' 5-LBS. BOTTOM ROUND ROAST
tossed salad
milk. 5-LBS. BOTTOM ROUND CUBED15L85.

corn milk.Friday, potato: Sloppy c' LB. 1 9C DEL MONTE LIMIT $ 19 99


FRUITCOCKTAIL I TOMATOJUICE DEL MONTE *' I PLEASE PKO.

UM5OREDDELICIOUS W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS

. '12 fOR *!1" Chuck Roast. LB.x139

W.D BRAND PURE (IN S OR 10 IB. HANDI-PAK)

FORCING les a 5 SAG 79' GrounBeef . LI.79c
FOR WINTER MESH. FLORIDA / W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF ((160. 190 LI.AVG,)

indoor In forcing winter 12 o. 59c| DdAIttt?! Hindquarters ..' LI.99c

one is actually .
MRS. SMITH'S APPLE OR I W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE (4( SLIAVG.)
speeding up TOMAT e
changes in Apple Pie -1 '79C Tenderloin e e e e La.s299
such,la way is
Plants to TO lie TASTI Of SEA HADDOCK. PERCH, SEA- i W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE LOIN
before they would OR I (JO.73 IB.AVO. CUT AND WRAPPED FREE)
ith $7 5Oi
were Hardy growing ; PDinner. 7.0l.'KG. 69C u r c ho s N.Y. Strips . LI. $1"\

probably the k HICKORY SWEET" '

to complicated try. Get for I Cream . HALf GAL 149 Sliced Bacon ,'e e e 'KO HI: M39
hyacinth Dutch
daffodil bulbs for
The best
clay ';ones, and


amenable bulb holes bulbs.broken pots'with Cover shape pottery are OPEN oSU6DAY mrn; Li)CtllIJIlUll: ( j fiJIIIDW: ( 1( 1 OPEN 1O-6. SUNDAY '


one-inch layer of
to retain potting

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I Inter-Medic thriven Another Extension By Union TrusteesAnother Ia


.1.1r
30-day extension to hospital by January, Dr, Jacksonville have indicated A tentative .' ,
the between April 1 date was Dr Shehata will be working residency in Lake Butler, ;
contract Union Triest said.
interest
in joining the outset by the board for
opening under Dr. Mason Morris, having been Florida resident A
a

General Board of
Hospital A letter of intent
to
enter patient clinic the
operation hospital's 25 bed
on facility.
Bradford and Union Health
Trustees and Inter-Medic practice in Lake Butler from Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- All resident doctors will have Consultant, until she corn- since May this year. t
Centers Inc (IMI1C) will Dr. Nester Sagullo and his day( and Saturday each week office hours and use the pletes the state board exam in As a "house physician" Dr. ,
allow time resident to get at least one wife indicates the hospital will All are certified, said adhospital on a private basis July of 1976. She indicates that Shehata may not set broken 4 l;
full-time
interns for the physicianand have a resident surgeon and mimstrator. Eugene Hardval. except Dr. Shehata. She will make a permanent bones or operate, but may administer -
out-patient an anesthesiologist by the end prescriptions and
clinic the board decided Monday of March, Dr Tried said fulfill any other functions of a I*

A night.lemale doctor born in Dr Sagullo and his wife, Further Zoning Study OrderedOn general practitioner until sheis a

Aswan Egypt: will be ready also a licensed physician, now licensed. The hospital will 1i
to enter the clinic as soon as practice in Tuxedo Park, New collect her fees and turn these
she can be deputized as a York, ami are looking for a over to her at the end of each

public health officer by the quiet place away from the city Request To House RetardedFurther said month as a salary, Dr. Triest

State Division of Health and atmosphere, according to Dr
Rehabilitative Services, Tries Another husband-wife
according to Dr. KV Triest "They show good sense in study was ordered property 10 miles south of from residential to agriculture doctor team has shown interest i
of I 11\1IIC. by the Bradford County Zoning Starke near the old SK100 in the hospital but no
to
wanting 'gel: out of New Board at its November on 10 acres on SR-225 east
Kawia I I. Shchata 3:1: graduated York and into Lake Butler," meeting before taking final 2!} deadend of Lawtey. Jackson said he affirmative answer has been
in 1966)! ( f from Ainshams commented guest Robert action on a request! by Grady D,D. Jackson of Jackson- would like to place a mobile received
University of Cairo, Egypt; Dnggers Union County court Williamson for special uses ville, was given permission to home for each of his childrenon The board authorized Administrator
and has practiced medicine in c'lei'k'I permit on the property near advertise for zoning change the property so they would Hardval to draw
England and !New YOI'k. Dr. 'hI'ce internists from the Crystal Lake for constructionof have room to keep a few hogsor up a request to the Union

-S.huh.il-4.....-__ _ihrniM m.,_._ _enter...__ the..,_ .1\,1.: .A-.;.. .:","uv"; .k.. ,..,.,.;..J.... .''n., facilities for 12 retarded other livestock EA classifi- County Commission that King
persons BHS BandIs cation required 2'j acres for Memorial Professional Build-
Williamson and his wife are each mobile home.Adjourning ing be allocated the hospitalfor
presently employed at Sun-
as a Zoning
land Training Center Gainesville doctors' office space. All
Board and
reconvening as a
The property proposedfor Rated Board of Adjustment the rental revenues would be
turned over to the
"special use" classification members granted county'sgeneral
a request
consists of four acres, by L,K. Edwards, Jr. repre- fund and the county
would
now zoned open rural 10 miles senting be responsible for
Keystone
ANDlNG't TN south of Starke near the dead- Developersof mainlamance of the building
'
yC SuperiorThe Bradford Inc, to abide by a The board also
end of old SR100.Williamson 1958 plat on Unit One of Key requestedthat
a be
counterproposal
stone Club Estates .1
which
was questioned Bradford High School would drawn for Dr. Maurice L.
permit setbacks of five
closely as to details of state Marching Band received all feet from each side of lot Jewell, who wrote a letter of
regulations governing the superior ratings for the eighth lines instead intent to the board requesting
of
ten
property
operation of such homes and consecutiveyearaltheannual feet as now required by zoning that he be placed with the Sanders Kills 6-Foot Rattler
,MN V County Sanitarian Jack Track District 3 competition at ordinances. hospital as its director of
\\. snid that it would ('oml'undl'r Florida Field in Gainesville Edwards said the lots as medicine al $1,000 a month Local farmer tonne Sanders piotiillv displays do the
the category of intermediate Nov. 22. platted in 1958 before the payable $6,000 in advance. Dr. Might of lIt'i/hbol'luNld! bo\'sl a six-foot" : rattler killed on his
nursing home cute, "All the Lands were much county was zoned were 75 and Jewell also requested that his faint off Old Law lev' Hoi and that plans must be submitted better this year than ever UO feet wide, and that a ten- wife Linda be hired as about to clash fungs with Sarnleis' dog when the man laid it\
10 the Division of before," said BHS Band foot setback on each side director of nursing. ,down with\ u shotgun/ and brought it\ into town to IK' givennwav.

Health for approval. He added Director Dean Cassells, would not leave sufficient The counter-proposal will ,',
that if medication was to be noting that better band room for construction of offer Dr. Jewell the $1,000
given to the "clients" the directors are going into the homes monthly allotment for six
facility must be run as a nurs- smaller areas of the state, In his monthly report{ Zoning months, without the director
ing home. upgrading the quality of Director L,M. Games listed title, payable at the beginning Government Spends
smaller bands. $299,050 worth of construction of each month and will offer

Zoning Board member All 24 participating bands representing nine mobile Mrs. Jewell the same opportunity -

(oiii-ilioiul. Illinois! graduating Oil, III fiiim :i Coilci-( Jerome Johns who resides on received either excellent I IB) homes valued at $48,000; nine lor nursing director as

lKiii.il. Institute held .it I Florida. Mate" I'l'ison are (11-1'1: I 1,111'1'Buh'rl. \' nearby Crystal Lake, recommended or superior (IAI) ratings this conventional homes at any other applicant. $463 Per CapitaIn
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U. ., Niiiinan.: I Link (.illil.mil. :\alluui'fburalon, that the board turn year.A $213.000; and 16 miscellaneous The Jewells now operate the
leilriiik! Itailjifi and ..hillill| lliill.inil down Williamson's petition new of ruling uniforms allowing to inspection be- permits at $37,750. Building Jewell Clinic in Kissimmee.
permit fees totaled $862 for
and following more discussionit
decided to table the included in judging may have November, with 84 building In the three and a half

6 FSI Employes Graduate matter was until the December 30 for facilitated some the of higher the schools.ranking inspections made during the weeks of operation of the out Bradford County:
meeting C'assels said month. patient clinic at the hospital.

Six Florida State Hi'ison Lake City Community In other action, the board "I am opposed to the new 46 patients have been served the latest.
employees recent Iv graduated College voted to allow Charles A. rule and will try to do for a total billing of $10150.: :NEWHK.() ;Nov; l I.> -' 'Ilic- upon I liguies ge-n
I local
eial) I lot
'liom a tout!'-week Correctional The course is taught to Green to advertise for a zon- something to change it," Low Income More than half this amount financial I l predicament in e'xpeiulituic's
I'l .lining Institute held al the impiovi> I treatment control ing change on two acres on Cassels said has been collected and only which ;hew \ mk heels 11"l'lfIInd services amount to lppl'lI-,
< t tapita.molding
prison neat Kailoid ana leluibilitation (ol inmates :Morgan Road west of US-301)) The next scheduled compe- $h8 may be seen as "bad the lepci'Missions that it is .ximall'lytti.1 lo I tin per.I'.uk How i iNess
Frank Paul lilliand; and by increasing i the e-lleitive- Irom agriculture to businessto tition for the band is a district Rental Housing debts" Hardval said haying in luji.v ,1'edillll.Ias'!; : : Service,

Phillip K Ilot and. Starke: ness ol employees} according permit operation of an auto concert judging in March, Collection on old accounts led to orccncl loimt" ; being liv vviiy ol .loinpanson.. the
Carlos! :Noinian. Las\ley, to Florida lorrl'l'llol1ill.lnsll- repair shop. where the band will perform not paid by I ho time the I..k.'n at the spending pattei'ns overage'in; ether i counties nl
Nathan: ; 'Ilioinloii. Haifoid.riedc'iick tution Supei'intc-iident \. than Robert 1\1. Swanson was concert material on stage Discussed HereLow hospital closed in May i 11i4 Badge and. Larry K: Booth, w ho began the position given permission to advertise Solo and ensemble contestsare now totals 53,41761. 100(111( lo. ;.il!:;,(Mill population' is
in :Max'. property on Laura Church also slated for early The board authorized Hard Are local esidents i pay log/ a .Hil)<>", |ti'> i-apila The mil.ill
Bioth also. predicted that Road from agriculture to March, The band's spring income rental housing \'allo begin the licensing high or a low price 101' the conduct nil"i"ui.it aveiage fur HII'uUII'
Uobei, l.allws'llicl'I'C i the licit l of til graduates business, allowing operationof concert will be in April for the elderly or handicapped lor the procedure of their AO\'I'III1U'lIt.! ties uiespeclive nl MAis
honoied (Oil. 1(1 h'om the !(40-() will iiiuease as their number an auto body sliop The BHS band will was discussed at a housing hospital in How much does it cost( them $">?") andiii tin :stale1 ol
hour resident\ course, earning increases thioughout the Alfred! Underwood was performin meeting of the CUBB hopes of shortening the lengthof per capita in state and! localtaxesconipaiid !Florida., a32':; ,
i the
annual Christmas
nine semester ciedits horn system given permission to place a Economic Agency, Nov 24. time needed for reopeningthe with what the In most 1 nullities, the seivices "
mobile home on three acres of parade Dec. 6, full facility. A resident lab blew
Mr. llulneil of Kmlla and cost is in other communities of coveied hv e'xpeiulituus '
Unhurt Thomas, housing technologist was hired in its size'! include ,hll',11( 1I m I,

consultant from.'the1 Slate October, .. In Bradford ('Count\, bused highways, public \\ell.ui'.

... -, Department.-, Community -- health 1'11'e mill police. pmlte
Affairs, spoke to represen- lion/ sanitation; and mUmleiH'U.d
tatives of Bradford. Clay and I among) olluis'I .
Union Counties about special History Repeats!!t: Scientistsy 'he )high) rocs i III ml.mi.
We Often Don't See Our programs for low rental communities( .11'e alti'iluiicd Inspecial

housing. FmHA section 515 local conditions.I such
and IIUD section 8 in com- Will Solve EnerlWASIIINGTON Shortage as unusuallv large iII.ill-

,.' bination with section 202 costs, housing piohk-ms anti
Mrs Louise Hudson, Scientists lieaumonl. Texas' the growth UK- likes .
if; Business As housing specialist for the and technologists have always, in oil demand seemed to be far ,\ lot the venue In
CUBB Agency, is developing found solutions to America outstripping the industry's I finance these oullavs) i'lost* 'toM'U
4 : UL # 1 further information on section energy' crises and if they are ability to I find and, produce oil. '!!!:! pel' capita I \\I'; !> cnlliiled, (.
:#. 202. which is directed toward given a chance the can do it in/ Hi ,itltol'tI. I l'uunty in local
Other People low income rental housing for again according to the noted laves and eh.nges) : Hie lostcoming l
:
the and
elderly handicapped
/ 110111 I I-'t'd"I'al and
historian Dr. Paul M. Gid-
The automobile had 'rived.
Mrs. Lois Kronberger. .11 slate p.iMiu/ 'ills.
dens
housing specialist for Putnam and more gasoline w as needed.
r Sao lo lie
t uppeai .HI 1 I iin|p ni
County joined the group Writing in the magazine to keep it running That needltd hint lactoi in the lost nl' >
Do. Others attending were Mrs Petroleum Today, the l lo the intention of a c cinimnla! npeialions. lath
Carroll Campbell, director of president emeritus of "clacking1 process IIDI', toi counties and loi iiiiinui
Clay County Council on Mainline University! traces a William Burton and Dr" palilies. including) to leie-nl
t Aging; Joe Kerrigan, series of energy problemsI Hobeit !E.: hreys. which reports hv' Hie I Depaitininl' nlC'ommeue
1 president of the Bradford I the whale oil shortage of made it possible lo produce and ollieis

County Senior Citizens Club; (he 1840's and 1850's to the twice as much g.lsolin'lrolTl a "SIII'Pl'iblll.tlv) ," stales
i and Clay County Com present bairel III'l'l'udt' oil as under Itobelt 1 Blown ')diieitiii nl the
,; Does Your Printing missioner Thad Crossley the ordinary' dining i piocess Tax Fu u ndatoil. "the tigmes
; "The Clay County Com- I'IT I hU111 the
r"\ coveting \ : !> <11
missioners have been Interested In the early I 1850's. he For years prior I lo the i'! 7i-: smaller lilies ue Hie( most I
Reflect A True ImageOf in and have 'helped writes. the American whaling 74 Arab oil embargo Dr economical. with the Impayers' -.
the CUBB Agencymany times fleet alone numbered more Cilddens continues i oil\I in- Iunds
and we are very grateful to du"tr1'udt'l's had warned "I tics i nuclei ;,11.111"1 pupul.i'
than 700 \essels Sperm oil
Your Business? them Mrs Nelson said
sold for between $2 and $2.50 a that 'nl'dOlUcsllc oil and lion spend an aveiagi'nl M::>H
natural gas dis II'riest're per yeaper capita bur' sei-
I gallon, and it was expected: to
Do You Need To go as high us $5 a gallon not keeping pace IIh surging vices, But in'lllt.S i uvrl a
WinnDixieSales because the supply was demand, 'I heir words were million"theaveiage' ) is M>IU! pel

dwindling and America was ignored, and the nat ion drifted 1 capita
Among enmities) also, local
: entering the Industrial into relying i : on foreign sources
: Up Date YourLetterheads (''expenditures vvideK.,
AndEarnings Revolution ilh its need for all l lor an increasing amount of ranging from i s4.'l! : per capita
!kinds of machines. domestic consumption. tar those: under" 2'xiiHi:; \ to iMild)
t- American ing'nuilled to 1>Giddens predicts that if tor those over .nil:; ,()Mid).
Up the development of oils given the opportunity,

pressed from the seed of a scientists and technologists ..
Or Bill HeadsWOULDN'T inn-Dixie's sales increased member of the cabbage may hind vvajs} to produce an I IF
i 12.9 per cent and I lamily. to a variety of fuels abundance ol nil and gas from

earnings rose :.i,2 per cent derived from turpentine to coal i l''mcl\'c sulfur t rom coal NEWS ABOUTSERVICE
during the I irst weeks of the lard oil. and to the convert oil shale economically
!1971! fiscal tear despite a manufacture of coal oil to oil and gas. find major new

continuing rise in operating oil and gas I fields, improve MEN
-.f THE costs President Bert L. Then came August 27, 1859 methods ot recovering: !!
Thomas reported the day' on which Edwin L.
r Drake completed drilling the petroleum from old fields, rl ,
NEW YEAR BE
Sales at the company's food .
nation's first oil well at produce fuels from garbage 11. ( omnianilei. Hei\ci
stores for the 12 weeks ended
Titusville. Pa Within a short and cow manure, and even \\t'IIIIU'I'I'IIIJ'ol
= '" THE PERFECT TIME Sept. 20 totaled SiHi.iliO.615 period of time, Dr. Giddens '
compared with $ 34.6S3,238 IVople who don't o2U) ( IMS! Gourd
writes thousands of men report Lieutenant Commander
during the same period last
: \ear. a of $82.107.377 rushed to Pennsylvania's Oil changes in circumstances thattilted Richard J. Heaver, son of Mr.
TO PRESENT gain Creek to drill for oil their supplemental and :Mis. Thomas II Beaver
:
Earnings rose to $11.714.367
Another serious oil shortage security income payments' 01' Route
i from $11.349.453 during the I I. Camp Hlandmg/
:; A NEW IMAGE. comparable period last year began to develop in the early1900s !from only have future a penalty payments deducted according Road Staike. is embarked on
and a weather patrol as executive
primary earnings per to Don It. Gardner
I share were 56 cents comparedwith Despite the gigantic social security Held officer .nl' the l'nast Guard
55 cents.Commenting, Spindletop discovery near in Gainesville representative Cutter Roger/( II. Taney,

aC Come Let Us Help You homepotted His ship is al manning:Norfolk./ Ocean Va
1" the outlookfor
S( )ME7IMLS Vf on
Weather Station
the new year Mr. Thomas Not Reporting Changes In CircumstancesMay Hotel the
said "To only US weather slat ion of its
: maintain sales and
Design YourStationary. kind, located Jixi) miles east of
ANT STE n FOREST. >earnings ear's all-time gains over high will last Mean Deductions From Payments the Virginia Capes, and will

continue to be difficult. We are provide early warning( of
. emphasizing every possible People have 30 days to The supplemental security storms that could (threaten life
increase in productivity report such changes to any Income program makes and property along!! the
While not pleased with first social security office Under. monthly payments to people eastern toasts of the L'.S, and

For A Totaly New Image quarter operating results, we the law. failure to report with little or no income and Canada
A 1 lo\ ) graduate of
Alsea
," leel our people have performed changes-or delay in reporting limited resources who are 65
well under difficult changes can mean reduc- or older or blind or disabled. High School Alsea. Ore and
tions in supplemental security Eligibility for payments and the U.S Coast Guard
.
and
circumstances we look for
Income payments, Gardnersaid. payments and Academy, he joined I the 'oast
PRINTING the full fiscal 1976 to payment
QUALITY show satisfactory year results amounts ran be affected by Guard in July I loSauerkraut \, .

The penalty is $25 for the changes in income place of

ri3iJDIIJi3D Winn-Dixie. largest first failure or delay, $50: for residence marital status, and
At Competitive Prices Southern-based retailer, the second and $100 for each other circumstances.. S S .
opened 12 new stores and subsequent failure or delay.
( closed six older units since The penalty isn't applied if People who make false originally wea
(] ( ( ( ( i3UIllVI[$ ] June 28. having 1.001 unit people couldn't help reporting statements: that causes them not a German dish, but

ilr currently in operation. Thii; I late or weren't at fault for not 'to gel money not rightfully Chinese Spaghetti wa

M/-$3O3 StIlt..fIL six new or replacement units 1 i reporting changes!(! In the circumstances 'due may be prosecuted for fiiit invented in China, not
are under construction Gardner .said 'fraud. he- said. Italy.Pagt' .




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UF The. fte.Held December 11 ,;; .r; t II JJ _---
Report to People], :,(. -- r ; .. ..... -- -- ,.....-.--

Citizens of 11 Northcentral will be in attendance to answer The Gainesville program The Alachua County preceding the program at 5:30: ".'.\" ...'-.

Florida Bradford counties are invited, including to'the Chancellor questions York. along with will conclude answer, with session a questionand to' be University Club will of hold Florida a Alumni buffet p.m.Marston UF will President make Robert brief 1,-!!-t;!-.. .1 I I.I .r' \ I

State University System of The presentation Is intendedto followed by a reception at reception in the Arredondo remarks. Tickets to the buffetare .......
Higher Education's "Reportto give an accounting to the which individuals, talk Room of the Reitz Union $4.
may
the People" program at citizens of the
state as to how '
7:30: p.m. Tuesday Dec. 11, in more than$300 million dollars individually t'with university -
the J. Wayne Reitz Union annually in state money is officials. A large number of Square Dancing Couple
area state
ballroom at the University of It will also focus the representativesand
Florida.. spent.financial crisis facing on the senators! will also be in Wants To Form GroupA +
attendance.The .
The program, featuring a universities and "
whether or ,
report by Chan not admission to the "Report to the People" Lake Butler couple is find a square dancing group In i
summary. York Jr. is being universities should be limited. program is jointly sponsored Interested in finding about Jacksonville, and they would
presented in 13 it Florida cities York and the presidents are by the combined Council of local square dancing groupsor like information of one nearer
during November, Decemberand seeking citizen to how Advisors and the alumni organizing one. Those with any informationor
January.. The presidentsof to limit enrollment input if as that is associations of each of the Dan and Roberta McKin- who might like to organizea
the.nine state universities the ultimate solution. state universities. ney, of Rt. 3, Box 664, Lake local group are asked to call
Butler have only been able to them at 496-3755.

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t ., 13 eI.I S.I'lIiCtl .9nc. Bradford High JROTC drill team and color guard performed in both Starke and Luke Butler
{'f(; .J Fonda creeiin, homecoming parades under the command of Cadet Second Lieutenant l/tndell right./ The
.: students practice every afternoon with guidance of I.TC John Smith and MSJ Charles "'"h'.
rj : 0 \
... 5 LL 'I." child.
: 'i''ir :- { .... !,:,0.;I CordiallyWelcomes

: : 1 ry; { f tO"J; Mrs. Carolyn "'' !4,,,' bl,' Channel Bill Grove

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Gale Smith Diane Snow Representative Defends News Treatment
m ] rn No AppointmentW You and Your :
fflfi f o D
Ph. 964.5812
LI; W Necessary Family To Your Bill Grove veteran news in a talk at the Starke Rotary he added in defending news-
And You These 613 S Colley Rd. New caster of Channel 4. Jackson Club Wednesday, Nov. 26. media accused of prejudice.
Bringing Specials Home
ville defended freedom of the Grove said that in every 'Usually (those who accuse the
press as a Constitutional right that has lost its
country freenews media of bias do so
Every Wednesday StarkeThe Of and a bulwark against tyrants dom to a dictatorship, control because the editorial or news
FROSTING R""a" $1450 State FloridaIt of the press is the first step'story cuts across biases that
Only All Past Masters taken by the dictator. they themselves hold. As long
Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and With all of its i imperfections, as the paper agrees with their
of Bradford the only alternative to a free viewpoint It is unbiased,"
PERMANENT EveryMon. $ 1\'50 Acquaint You With Your City. press is governmental control Grove said.
Roo'16a 12 Lodge Honored of news which would mean
Toes Only i 'total disaster in a democracy, The speaker was introduced
WAVE In the area a phone call
If you are new
of Brad-
All masters
past Grove said. by Mac Baldwin who had
will bring you a prompt vlait, from your local hostess ford Lodge No. 35 F.& A.M. Bias: is a two-way street" charge of the program.
Senior Citizens All Year were introduced at the regular I
Special
Please give her a call! meeting Monday evening,

SHAMPOO $350 I PERMANENT $1\ '250 She has maps and many free and wonderful Temple.November 24, at the Masonic GFLake Butler Branch

& SET After the regular business I
gilts for you from local businesses'
f It session, all Past Masters of
"
Bradford Lodge were in Sets, Open House Dec. 7 ,
troduced. There are 29 living -
Past Masters of the Lodge and GAINESVILLE Open who has served in various
the following attended this house for the new Lake Butler capacities with Guaranty
meeting: P.M. Barefoot C.H. Federal Federal for the past I live
branch of Guaranty
A holiday from regular prices Nasworthy, Lacy Conway Savings & Loan Association years will be assisted at the
Tom Harding, Gib Brown, Ben 'will be held Sunday, Dec. 7, Lake Butler branch by tellers
Rowland, Jack McComb Bill from 12:30: to 3:30: p.m., B.F. Anne Benton and Shyrel
Haas Herbert Green Donald CravUord.
Mizell GF president, an-
McRae Curtis Lee Glen The new branch will be open
James nounced yesterday.Miss for business at 9 a.m. Monday.
Wade, Carl Stancil
Jean Holmes, 1975
Dec. B. Regular business
D.E.
Putnam A.F. Garner
Union County High School hours will be from 9 a.m. to 3
Nettles Lonnie Rhoden, C.F.
,
; Reclina-Roclcers Bateman, Hal Past Hamilton.Masters the Homecoming ribbon at Queen 12:30: officially will cut pm.Thursday, !Monday, and from 9 through to 5:30on :
La-Z-Boy Visiting opening the new colonial style Fridays.
recognized and introducedfrom brick building at 175 W. Main Officials and directors of the
the floor were: Frank Street in Lake Butler. home office and the various
Herndon and Lloyd Wilkerson, The public is invited to tour branches will be on hand to
of Lawtey Lodge No. 189. the new building during the welcome guests at the open
Also introduced were two afternoon and refreshmentswill
: p'' members of Bradford Lodge be served according to .house. ,,' ir'"oIo"'wsJLtLt
$11:900: who were previous Masters of Mrs. La Trelle Hamilton,
on Sale Lodges in another District: manager of the new branch. ul.Il.LHL! ,
J.D. Yeager Oleeta LodgeNo. Lake Butler is the newest
140 Miami, and Walter addition to the Guaranty laifaltitiltiL'li ,
from Lee Okeechobee Lodge No. Federal family, joining
branches in Starke and 1
237.At the present? time. Brother Keystone Heights the main
La-Z-Boy makes every day'' a holiday of comfort. just w Yeager is serving as secretary office at 220 N. Main Street in Last week we observed
of Bradford Lodge.At Gainesville, and Gainesville Thanksgiving and hope it was!
lean back and relax, or rock your tensions away. What the close of the meetingice branches on Archer Road and a day celebration lor you
i" cream and c* were University Avenue. and giving thanks to the many
better way to say "happy holiday" every day. Now '; served during the social l 3bur. Mrs.,Hamilton, of Brooker, blessings that have been

the chair that is holiday' of luxury is yours at bestowed I Having your upon health us. is one of

.. the savings of the season. A wonderful t -K Extra Clean Car ** lor the an most individual.The important. blessings


selection, of La-Z-Boy styles in -= filfi'1fi1ro AUTO i how ling north lor the wind past has lew days.been

; America's favorite fabrics can I noticed at our November''
v SALES tournament on Lake Kerr,
S .be yours, in'time for Christmas u -_ that till]I bassmasters were"
dressed a little differently
', giving. Come it 413.44701473.4018 mC than usual.

The wind sure did blow all
t t'::k in and save, '75 Chevrolet '74 VW Kombi aLike : day. as Tommy O'Brien,and
l myself J fished IO l'tber.t .
IMp." HT. R.eay. P..cI'or, -
= =
now. New DA Real, guy AtUat :am ea.A ;At (Ii in the evening all bass-
:_: 11L masters gladly returned to the
L bS $3975 $3675 _. landing
<
a: After the fish was weighedin
we lound that II.F, Wiggins
'74 Buick i Mercury' and It.!"'. Bryant to be the
L..b 4 Dr.S.d. AC. PS PI. comet. : D,. Sad. a Cvi. 3.Spda -nl: winners. Julian !McRae and
v".. AT. Nice Family C.r. "aH. rNte Gilt.I. Jimmy McKae placed second.
$2975 Y2675 fl The l largest bass caught was
l landed by !Mike Scanlon.!
eQV Kerr is a beautitul lake to

'74 Chevrolet '74 GMt Super Cst. ,.. plenty fish with ot cover.deep shoreline. with
v.,. H"chb.ck. AT. AC 3 AT.PS v'.. Factory AC Gr..n I Ilould like to see the

3 ., I Ie chart. 1I&$237.5N1.$ .. a Will'.. $$295Y' : bassmasters!March or April return ol next to Kerr year.in

R Some of you bassmasters
g 'ieie missed a fine barbecue at the
'73 Chevrolet -73 Oldsmobile rt x home of R"'. Bryant. I have
Monte C.rlo. Green with While eaten barbecue pork
many
D.Na M Dr NT Cp. AC PS. "
0 m 1'0(1.' Road'Whl... AC..PNNe Indows. V.a A., RaN. times, but R.F and H F.'s
_
LAT. $2475 rates number one.
$3588 n We are sorry to hear that
Dale Johns and Don Thompson -
U
have been on the sick list.
C '74 Dart Swinger !74 Honda CB 360 : We wish them a speedy recovery -
S 2Dr .ps.AC.. AT.VInyl To,. 7.000 Mil......ctric".... SillY and hope to see themat
Good Ch.I.'m. Gill. C.r. Nlc. .n. Dnly 7 our next tournament.The .

1\ .! $3275 $875 n December tournamentwill
be on the St. Johns River
4 ". !: Saturday December 13 from
'72 Dodge Charger _'72 Ford Maverick 6:30: ( a.m. to 6 p.m.
I. va.AT PI.P..AC "aH.2.Dr.. t CVl. Paen/eP .,.... "a" aealNT Boats will launch at the
Y ... .airs Nlc. Only Nita see.. .as I.ver. Palatka City Dock.
: $1875 '* Our next club meeting will
$1675
It!s A Fact You Can Do Better At W ,.. at be 7:30 Wednesday: ( p,m. at December the Bradford 17,

Civil Defense building..
ie '71 Ply. Cricket '71'Datsun PU :II County
Bradford Bassmasters
ie a.D,.led.t,s.....RLN and Only -: with tool aenx. would like to extend their
sleet le : ::z::
434 W.' Call St. $975 "sympathy to Mr. Leon Conner
:. :$1475 f and family in the loss of his
Phone 964-.5S27 C wife. Ruby Conner.

'71 Ford Torino -71I'ont. Safari "IU
.. ..... Bass wishes
3.Dr. HT. 4e,00e Mlle.. One AT PI. "a" AC. M Crawford
C Own.r. AT win a Cyl. RAN Needs erase Work. Has a 1.1111.U ". Neil
".at. A Steal, AtC _
Ott :- $127 5 .
_. r. $575
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M' '70 Ambassador SST ,44 Mil Deere :=: Illit= Old 1i/172Dl.
oX It.. w.... AT. ,"S. AMAFM ; ,
.T.5SMlMew.
Cruise c........: 5S

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14 TELEGRAPII December: 4, 1975


Head Start "WorkshopsVision 620 Are SelfEmployedIn

Mr. Daniel Gibbs, Directorof
CUBB Economic Agency'sHead Screenings

Start Program, reportedon Dr. D.W. Slated Whiffen of Starke Bradford
CountyNEW
the 70.2 (Parents) Per- has
donated his services for .
formance Standard guidelinesat .
the Vision Screening for the
a workshop for Head Start Head Start children to be held YORK The spirit of owners and such. business to succeed. The first
parents of Clay, Union, Baker December 10 in Starke at the Individual enterprise con- Being self-employed theyno is money. There should In-
and Bradford counties on Bradford have such problemsas enough of a cushion or preserve
Center; December tinues to flourish in Bradford longer
Thursday evening November 17 in Green Cove Springs and from the getting and holding a job. fund to carry on for a
20, at the Bradford( Head Start County, judging Instead they have other considerable time since lewbIiSinl'8Ses'
Middleburg centers; and number of local residents who
Center in Starke. January 7 Baker County meeting the are profitable in
in each problems
businesses
start new
Mr. Gibb's report outlinedthe Center in Macclenny and up monthly rent bill labor costs early stages. In addition
functions and operational Union County Center at year.Despite the hazards involved supplies sales volume, and there must be a knowledge) of
structures for patents 'as Raiford. the business a willingness to
listed in the federal in launching a busi- competition.The lists sev- work hard and the ability to
guidelines. Other components ness, many r.re doirg so these government avoid serious mistakes
eral ingredients for a new
Some of these, desirous
reporting on the functions of L-!- days.
M VI StationClosed
Head Start Included 1 of being on their own, are giving -

vplvempnt Educational and, Parent Social Services In-- In KII security up of their a weekly jobs paycheckto and the Income Level Rise In BradfordMany I

Mr ; make the move.
Health Services and EPSDT The Keystone Heights Others out of work for some local families have $11.MR() ) or more after payment
Mrs. Sarah Mobley; SpecialServices. Motor Vehicle Inspection Station 1r time because of the depressed moved into higher income nf personal taxes the report
Mrs. Mary Hayes. is now closed announced 4 ,r 'economy, are taking the stepin brackets according to a copyrighted shows.
"Head Start believes that Clinton Barton, manager, this the hope of improving their report by Sales Management
the gains made by the child in past week. situation. magazine and Detailed statistics for Bradford -
Head Start must be understood All persons having vehicles Based upon the most recent released by Park Row News show (that 13.4 per cent of
and built upon by the which were rejected at the figures approximately 12.8 Service. the families had after-tax
(family and the community" Keystone station and are still percent of the local working 'The moves upward are due incomes of $5.000()()() to $8.000 In
Mr. Gibbs said. "To achieve within their 30 days time limit population is self-employed. to higher paychecks and the past year. A mere 11.1 per
this goal. (Head Start providesfor may return to the Keystone Local FFA MemberCharles Throughou the United States, women working, the report cent were in the H.OOO( to
the involvement of thechild's station for Rep. Fuqua Congratulates
re-inspection on
7.7 percent are in business for $10.KM((() income level while
parents and other Friday, November 28 between said.More
themselves. In the state of there a to 2:1.3:
than half 58.4 per was jump per
members of the in the and .
Ham.
family 4pm.According Andy Baldree Jr. firebreaks; burned 370 acres Farmers ot America. "Florida the figure is 7.6 per- cent of the local householdshad cent in the next economic
experiences he receives in the to Barton Ralph (second from left) 1975 by Baldree is one of seven State behind the
Fillman. of the building prescription; produced 50 cent slightly disposable incomes of level of $10.000) to $15.000.
child development center by owner
Lines Future Farmers Winners from the
Family cords 16 cords of Forestry national average.
wanted the building backso oflulPwood.
giving them for a many richer opportunities he was asked to vacate the of America State For- fuel posts and South who addressed a business According to the latest U.S.
appreciation premises. Barton said he estry Winner from Starke 23 barrels of crude gum. leaders' luncheon in Department ol Commerce
of the child
needs and how young to satisfy s plans to erect a new structure Fla., was recently congra- The Family Lines (SCL- Birmingham Ala., November statistics there are some 620
them." on Sunrise Blvd. which he tulated on his! conservation L&N Railroads) sponsors the 10, before going on to Kansas residents of Bradford County OWN YOUR OWN
Ms. Carolyn Sharbaugh hopes will be ready by the I first efforts by U.S. CongressmanDon .FFA. Forestry Program in City for the National FFA who are making their living
North Central Florida MIC of the year.Motor Fuqua. Accompanyingyoung seven Southern States, recog- Convention November 1114. from their own business orprofession. FAshioN
Project Nutritionist con- Vehicle Inspection Baldree were Roy D. nizing outstanding individual Andy Baldree is the son of Shop
ducted a workshop with the Stations are open in Starke Berry (left) Regional Sales forestry accomplishments by Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. The entrepreneurs combine
staff of all four counties on Palatka. Gainesville Green Manager, the Family Lines members of the Future Baldree, Sr., Starke whatever they have in the way For an Investment ol $15,500 and your location
Friday. November 21, at the Cove Springs and Orange Jacksonville; Paul C. Hut- of savings and whatever they Wheel ot Fashion will provide you a complete -
Bradford Head Start Center.On Park. chins (second from right) can borrow and make the big lum-kay fashion operation. Featuring:
Friday, November 14. Agribusiness Education Liberty Open. Horse Show Seta move. Some of them buy Complete in-shop training program Complete
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teacher and FFA "
I the staff attended a Performance Would You Believe. Advisor existing businesses; others inventory More than 20 different to>name brands
Standard Workshop Bradford County High School The Liberty (Open HorseShow hunter and pony hunter divisions start brand new ones. selected especially for your store Be 'uliful fixtures'
with the Putnam County staffin Starke: and II.E. George. District the first English-\Vest- in addition to. three pleasure More than half get into Continuous, buying services. EXCELLENT PRO-
Sales Manager the Fam- FIT POTENTIAL
franchisesof
retail
Palatka. classes. operations or
Lines. Gainesville. ern show of the Black 'reek
On Monday November 2-1. The cuckoo lays eggs to ily Horseman's Association will For more information' call some sort. Grocery stores Call collect today.
individual initiative
all lead teachers and com- match the color of the Through begin Siilur'.' Dec. 6 i \\IthWl'ootl'.n :Mrs. Hoberson at 2H2-4K5H and restaurants are most pop-
has
Andy planted 30.000)( WHEEL OF
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ponent coordinators attendeda in another bird'i nest. |Jjl'I'lorllUlI1l'e classes. (Western Division) or Mrs. ular, followed by a variety of
eggs
slash pine seedlings gum service businesses. Chief
workshop on "How to Work HcKKood at 2U4-H072( ()
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Jacksonville harvested 20 acres and prepared investment and low overhead.
Greater Zachary Taylor never Trophies will be
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Economic Opportunity in voted in a presidential 40 acres for planting. Park. Road in Mandarin.Fla. 23: Westernperformances They are the storekeepers
Jacksonville. lie has constructed 15 miles of the doctors the farmers the SUITE 1002 SARASOTA BANK BUILDING
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Macon, Ga. brought their-LAWTEY- Daytona and Mr. and Mrs. Wilkison and son, and Mr. and Farm and Mr. and Mrs. Les
Church of God: Sunday p.m. mother, Mrs. O.J. Phillips L ii. Harper of Starke on Mrs. Daniel Wilkison of McCiellan.
School 10 a.m. Worship home on Friday and spent that Sunday.Mr. Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodgesand
Services 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. SCHOOL NEWS night with her. Other guestson and Mrs. L.G. Thanksgiving dinner guests of 'their children were
Lawtey afternoon her By Elizabeth Terry
Elementary Friday were
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: Thanksgiving dinner of
welcomes Coach Robert and Wilkerson and family of Fort their parents, Mr. and Mrs. guests
Mr.
p.m. YPE Friday 7:30: p.m. Paterson to the faculty. Coach son and Mrs.daughter-in-law1 Leslie Phillips, of Jacksonville on Friday.Mr. their parents Mr. and Mrs. Walton Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison Sr. their mother, Mrs. Annie Mae
School Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Paterson is a graduate of Macclenny.Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Bullockof ,Fred Moore. On Thursday all Raymond Wilkerson of Rev. and Mrs. Jim Hall and Crews. .
10 a.m. Worship Ser- Bradford High School and and Mrs. Vaughn Jacksonville visited Mr. ,attended the Boyer Reunion at Raiford, Mr. and Mrs. Harold family attended a reunion Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Cowan
vices 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. Western Carolina University.The Prescott and family of and Mrs. Harold Eunice on Ocala. Jeff Torode and Jones, and Samantha of with their former classmatesat were Wednesday overnite
Prayer Meeting Wednesday. 7 P.T.A. meeting Kingsley Lake, Mrs. Monday afternoon.Mrs. Mickey Moore also attendedthe Jacksonville, and Mr. and Ormond Beach on Satur- guests of their parents, Mr.
p.m.Faith scheduled for Tuesday Frederick Prescott, Mr. and Cora Hodges of Reunion.Mr. Mrs. Timothy Wilkerson and and Mrs. J.F. Robertson and
Baptist: Radio December 9 at 7:30: p.m. wll( Mrs. John Norman Mrs. Macclenny, Mrs. Marian Hallof and Mrs. family, were Thanksgiving day.Mr.. and Mrs. Ronnie Mc- sister, Mrs. Edith Swinney.
Program over WPXE Starke include a bhristmas music Darlene Norman and sons Jacksonville Beach, and and family and their grandson dinner guests of their parents, Clellan and Daren and Paul, I Mr. and Mrs. John R. Cowan,
Sunday, 8 a.mi; Bible School program for all the students Mr. and Mrs. Leon Berry andfamily her son, Jeff Mars of of Laurinburg, N.C. spent the Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson. of Vidalia, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Beach, Mr.
10 a.m., Worship Services 11 and a report of the financial of Jacksonville, were Tallahassee, and Mr. and Thanksgiving weekend with Mrs. Cecil Wade of Tampa, Maxie Reddish Vicki, Donald and Mrs. S.L. Swindell and
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer situation of the P.T.A.PERSONALS Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mrs. Glen Shuford and family their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Rachel Boyer, and Mr. and Randall, of State Farm, boys, Mr. and Mrs. C.A. North
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nor- were Thanksgiving dinner Doc Mosley. and Mrs. Harry Highsmithand and Mr. and Mrs. Robert {and family spent
Bible Study. man, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl guests of Mrs. Helen HiCkSa Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harveyof Debby of Jacksonville McClellan and Jeff, of Starke, Thanksgiving day with them.
Grace United Methodist: W.S. Rivers of Union Norman and sons. Other Her sister, Mrs. Perry are the proud parentsof visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Kenneth Johns of High Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.. Springs/: Ala was a Tuesday guests during the afternoonwere her daughter, Mrs. Johnny a son Derrick Ryanbweight Moore, on Sunday afternoon. Springs were Thanksgiving and Denise, and Mr. and Mrs.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and overmte guest of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jenkins'Pete and Robert, Mr. and 7 Ibs 2 oz, Miss Erda Wilson of Palm dinner guests of their parents, Charles Starling and children
7 p.m., Choir Practice 7 p.m. Mrs. Pierce Crews. On Crews of Jacksonville, Mr. Mrs. Jenkins, Miss Memorial Hospital, of Perry. Beach spent Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan.Mr. went to Perry on Friday to
and United Methodist Wednesday they visited their and Mrs. Edwin Knight of Cheryl the Barker afternoon.came out Grandparents are Mr., and holidays with her brother and and Mrs. Edward visit with their son-in-law and
Fellowship 8 p.m. Wednesday. nephew and niece, Mr. and Baldwin, and Mr. and; Mrs. during Mr and Mrs. Ronnie Mosleyand Mrs. Charles Starling, great sister-in-law, Col. and Mrs. Brooker Sr. of Tampa were daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Andy
Highland Baptist: Sunday Mrs.W.F.Atwood and family, Richard Austin. daughter of Maxville grandparents are Mr. and Wm.Wilson. Other guests for Friday overnite guests of their Harvey and the new baby.
School 9:45: a.m., Worship their aunt, Mrs. Fronie Johnsof Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Tye Jr., visited Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mrs. Cecil Hardee, and Mrs. the holidays were Major and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. Starke, their brotherinlawand and family of South Daytonawere Hardee and family Saturday Ola Starling.. Mrs. James Dougherty and and Mrs. Edward F. Brooker Vadenals of Rhode Island
Choir Practice and Wednesday overnite Mr. and Mrs. Phillipsof Jr. and family. On Saturday week with their
7 p.m. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Byron sons, Miss Irma Wilson, Capt. spent a
night.Mr went to Jax to visit their
United Methodist Fellowship 8p.m. Waldo Pringle of Worthington guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Jacksonville visited their and Mrs. Russel Lines of they brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
Mrs. Gussie
Wednesday. Springs; their sister, Mrs. and Mrs. J.C. Tye Sr. Other Graham and Mr. and Mrs. grandmother Mrs. O.J. Valdosta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Brooker grandmother and other relatives.Mr. and Mrs. B.F. McCulley and
Highland Baptist: Sunday D.L.Shaw of Lacrosse, and on guests for Thanksgiving Ronnie Mosley and daughterof Phillips, and other relativeson George Breslin and Elizabeth, and Mrs. A.Q. Smith David, and their brother and
School 10 a.m., Worship their way home they visited dinner were their soninlawand Maxville were Friday night. Miss Carol Buckner, Mrs. ,and family of Auburndalewere sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Services 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., their brother and sister-in- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr.'and Mrs. Carl Prevatt .Mable Boyette, and Mr. Tom guests of their brother Arthur Lizette.: On Friday the
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 law, Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Tommy Talley and son of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. were Thanksgiving dinner Boyette of Jacksonville, and and sister-in-law, Mr. and Vadenais and Mrs. McCullyand
p.m.Northside Rivers of Graham. Mr. Rivers Jacksonville.Mr. Harold Eunice. guests of their son-in-law and Ray and Billy Wilson, Mrs. Joe Harley and family.Mr. David went to Pensacolato
Baptist: Sunday returned to his home on and Mrs. Jack Hardee We are happy to report that daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L.H. University of Florida.Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mc- visit Mrs. McCulley's son-
School 10 a.m., Worship Wednesday night. and Melissa, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Enza Blanchard has Harper of Starke. Other and Mrs. Joseph Clellan and family of Vidalia, in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Scott Davies and
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd of Hoyt Noles and Scot, Mrs. improved in health and was guests were their sons and Starling and David, were Ga. visited their parents Mr. They returned home son.on
Gerald Berta, moved from St. Vincents their wives, Mr, and Mrs. Thanksgiving dinner guests of and Mrs. Mack Sweat of State: Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs Jacksonville, backto Tommy Harper and family their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
and Terri,Mr.and Mrs. Casey Hospital, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dick Starling.Stanley .
HAMPTON AREA NEWS Baker
I Dobbs, Jr.,Joey, Gary, Patty, at County Nursing Harper and family.Mr. ana Myra Wilkisonof
and Regina, Mrs. Joey Dobbs home .Loca Macclenny.Mrs. Raulerson visited and Mrs. Jerry Vogler Live Oak and friends spent SPANISH MOSS IS A THIEF!
and Brandy, Mr. and Mrs. and family of New Smyrna Sunday with their grand-
By Jo..phlne Fontaine
her brother and sister-in-law,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.L.
Charles Dobbs, Danny and of Beach were Thanksgiving
Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Cannon
city news ferson City, Tenn. Mrs. Melinda, all of Jacksonville, dinner guests of their ,Wilkison Sr. "
The Hampton City Council O'Neal is the former Amelia Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jacksonville on Saturday. parents Mr.. and Mrs. Doc Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson, Fruit, Shad & Nut Trees of
meets December 9 at 8 p.m. Williams. Gustafson of Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mosley.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp Reducing Crop Quantity &
The State Employment Weekend visitors of Mr. and Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wilkerson are the proud and Mrs. Barry Watts and family, Mrs. Tom TatumJr. Our Special) Formula
grandparents of a grandson, and Lee from ., John and Robin spent Kills Moss and IK Seed
Representative! be at the Mrs. J.A. Williams were Mr. Dobbs, Mike and Chrisand Barry spent
Edward born in to with
City Hall the looming of Dec- and Mrs. Frank Kauffman of Pierre' were Thanksgiving Bryan Wednesday to Friday with Wednesday Saturday I.Vitality Without Damage To Trees,
brother-in-law and
Jackson- their
ember 10 from 10 a.m. until Fernandina Beach, Mr. and dinner guests of Mr..and Mrs. ville Baptist,Saturday.Hospital. His parentsare their mother, Mrs. Bessie sister, Mr. and Mrs. C.R. or Gra... Safe Effective .
Watts and their brotherinlaw
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Arlie Dobbs. Mike Dobbs
noon. Mrs. Clif Dawson of Hubert, was
Mr. and Mrs. Harold and sister Mr. and Mrs. Mozingo of St. Stephens S.C.
N.C., Mr. and Mrs. Tom the speaker for the day.
Jones of Jacksonville.Mr. G.C. of,Crescent Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Edwardsof
and Mrs. Bob Smith and Stanley City.
RecreationThe Mr. 101IDA
O'Neal and children of Jefferson and Mrs. Lonnie Teston Carl Prevatts Jacksonville were Saturday
Guests of the
Hampton Senior Citizens City, Tenn., Mr. Aaron family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil were Thanksgiving dinner during the Thanksgiving dinner guests of their parents, .,;,
Christmas party is Fri- Williams of Jacksonville, Mr Griffis and family, Mrs. guests of their son-in-law and Holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B.L. WilkisonSr. FREE INSPECTION In
day evening, December 5th, and Mrs. Arthur Redding and Maines Griffis and children, daughter Mr. and Mrs.. Carl Peavy and family of They helped their mother AND ESTIMATES
with a covered dish dinner to children of Starke and Sharon her son and daughter-in-law of' Charles Mosley and family of Ocoee, Mr. and Mrs. Ray! celebrate her birthday.Joe 0.101.
be served at 6 Mr. and Mrs. Denny Griffis Landram and family ofGainesvilleh
p.m. Williams home from Ten- Highland.Mr. Scarborough and son of Phone 964-5745
The Wednesday afternoon nessee Temple College.Mr. Palatka, Mrs. Nellie and Mrs. Danny Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville spent Sunday attt..vtle&
Craft Class meets at the and Mrs. Michael Gar- and Wilkinson, Mrs.and Daisy Miss Boch, Thompson, Kevin and Brian, aw and baby of with Mr and Mrs. Gene PROFESSIONAL PEST CONTROL SERVICESUnder
Hampton City Hall and vey from Starke and Barbara Adams Lynn of Brooker Larry Patty of Jacksonville, were Wed- Vero Beach Bonny on Saturday, Mr. Pearson.Mr. .
Recreation Center from 2:30 Dixon from Waldo were visitors White of Starke and Donald nesday overnite guests of and Mrs. Harper of and Mrs. Donald The Direction of Graduate EntomologistsWedon'tlike
.p.m. until 4:30: of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mosley of Highland, were
The 4-H Club held its meet- Bruno, Hampton Mayor, over Thanksgivin [.dinner guests of
Ing December 1 at the Hampton the Holidays.Mr. Mr.andMrs. Tom.Whaley and
Elementary School. and Mrs. Marklee Nor- family.Friends.
They opened the meetingwith man and Mrs. Norman's bro- of Miss Debbie
a pledge to the Flag and ther, Carl Dennison, visited in Phillips regret to learn that
she is in Methodist
to the 4-H They discussed Fort a patient
Myers over Thanksgiving -
Hospital, Jacksonville. Our
.
ways and means to make with Merle Singleton.Mrs. are with her. .
money for the club. The roll Mary Jones, who was prayers Mr. and Mrs. Johnny
call was made by Doll Waters.A visiting with her sister, Mrs. Jenkins and Robert of
Christmas party was Ruth Dennison, has returnedto Hilliard, Mr. and Mrs. Pete
planned for December 13, to Jacksonville to stay with Jenkins of Jacksonville, and
be held at Mrs. Joyner's her daughter Mrs. Williams.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Anders and .
house. and Mrs. Don Fort family were Thanksgiving
There were 24 members spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. dinner guests of their parents,
present and 6 leaders and Fort's brother in Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders. million
there were two new members. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mr. and Mrs. Clifford '
I:' Refreshments were furnished Matchett Thanksgiving Martin were. hosts for the
*,*. by Mrs. Baldree.:;;" with Mr.' Matchett's mother,' Martin family reunion on
a Mrs. Ruth Matchett. Thanksgiving day. __ .
Church News Mr. and Mrs. John Hall and Mrs. C.R. Crews spent
Ladies of the Hampton family of Atlanta were Wednesday to Friday with her iiltr
Christian Church will have a visitors of Mr. Hall's parents, son-in-law and daughter/ Mr.
rummage sale at the City Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall for and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and
Hall, Saturday, December 13, the Thanksgiving holidays.Mr Tom of Jacksonville. On
starting at 9 a.m. and Mrs. William Thursday the Claytons and
Schaub were Thanksgiving Mrs. Crews enjoyed a a day .
Friends&NeighborsMr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Thanksgiving dinner with two : ;
and Mrs. J.A. Williamshad Fontaine. lady friends, Mrs. Blanche ,; ,,:
as their guests on Thanksgiving Mrs. Nicki Gladieux of Gilbert and Mrs. Grace .
Day,Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lawtey was a weekend guestof Dodson. Mr. and Mrs. Claytonand ."iJ 11>') ', '..,.
Neal and children from Jef- Mrs. Evelyn Powell. Tom brought their mother -( .
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I I Spongers Edge 6-0 Bv BHS In Region 3 Play-Offs I IA I



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quick, aggressive Tarpon had failed to drive the ball in runner scampered 22 yardsfor Springs rushed for 206 yards STATISTICS
them to come lo him with had a first
defense the middle.On any Tarpon Springs
Springs completely up the of the STARK T.IPWINOft
biggest play and passed for 54.
shut down the Bradford High the field most of the ball drive slipping through and The Tornado 01 tense never First Oowni 16 problems down Just shy of the BUS 13

offense and a stiff Tornado game, the Tornado defense in dodging several BUS tacklers got into the Sponger side of the I 19 Yard Yard rufchlng paulnn\ 204 54 Tarpon Springs won the loss yard line.Jacobs.skidded through the
defense finally gave up one the fourth period began to give until and elected to receive the
monster man Emmitt 50 yard line. When BUS triedto 211 PC PA PI 351 t (
touchdown in the fourth period slightly, The Spongers were Bright finally drove him out of go more to the air in the 736 Punts 3II football before a capacity line for four yards, and might o
his feet not
Friday night as the Spongers able then, hard 0 Fumble loot 0 The have scored had
through plain bounds at the Tornado 27. second half, the Sponger crowd on Bradford Field
edged 6-0 into the Region 3 nosed football, to beat out two Big Jacobs, workhorse of defense .which has allowed 34 Yard loll pmaltln 60 Spongers brought a large been knocked out from under
the
championship in the opening to three yards per carry the Sponger offense, carriedsix just 30 points all season, more time to throw the contingent of fans to see them him as he rent through the nine
round of stale 3-AAA prep through the Big Red defense win the 3 title. BITS lorewall. From ,
football play-offs. times on the drive for sacked Tornado quarterback football. Tarpon Springs ran a Region grid Jacobs hit again but the
which never made it easy. minus 1, 2, 8, 2, 2'., and 5 Jimmy Prevatt six times. four man line with four Neither team was able to
Tarpon Springs got its In 10 running plays from the yards on the drive. Jacobs The Sponger defense tossed linebackers, the linebackers make a first down in its first Sponger right and guard TS was was
touchdown with 7:42: left in the opening on the fourth periodthe scored once by literally QB Prevail for losses of 15 and moving up into the line with possession. On their second caught holding back to the
final period. Hard running Spongers drove 51 yardsfor jumping over BUS linebacker yards when BHS finally got every play. With the extra possession of the game, penalized 15 yards it second '
tailback Lee Jacobs went the lone touchdown. Junior Jimmy Clark at the goal but the ball in the fourth period. men rushing the Tornado however, the Spongers made BUS 23 where was
around the end from the five Ricky Hicks, a twisting the score was nullified by an Forcing BHS, to punt, the blockers simply couldn't keep two first downs, on a pass down. went to
yard line after the Spongers shifty, hardtopindownPreSeason interference penalty against Tsalickis promptly
the air and 10 yards backas
BIIS and the second on a 12 got
Mike he threw complete to Wattsin
yard run by quarterback ,
Tsallickis. driving; from the the left flat and Watts ran to
Sponger 24 to the BITS 34. the BHS 13. On Third down
Sponger punter John Tsalickis threw short for
Kontodialos then kicked a Jacobs at the live.
high spiraling punt which his
teammates covered well and On fourth down from the 13,
...rI downed at the Bradford,one ;! Peter Leondak tried a
HIADNG.rAL. yard line. With DeSue running field goal kicking from the 2:1: : ?
the ball the Tornado offense but it was short and averted) to
began to work its way out of the lell. BUS had a r'w
the hole. DeSue got I'a yards Sponger, touch own.
over right tackle( defensive
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BUS took over at its 20 yard a'Longest
Ricky Lane the 6r
end
making
line. QB Jimmy Prevail lost 1 -
DeSue then slanted over '
slop five yards on a keeper around
right tackle for 6't yards, out left end on first down
( L to the BHS eight yard line defensive end Louis Pappas h,
44 rr A motion penalty on third getting in to make the tackle.
down moved BHS back to the But the BUS signal caller got J
four yard line. But on the the five yards back and made
ensuing play Tarpon Springswas another live on the quarterback ( play' of the 'night
penalized 15 yards for keeper around right was this !Sponger pass to lr\in

The Last Word In Comfort holding giving BHS a first end before safety Ted Camp- Walthil'll! HUH just over I the
down at its 1911' yard line. bell came up to make the slop. outstretched hand of u ItllS
Jimmy Clark punted 43 Prevail then threw completeto lefeiiler.( ,The:lo yard gain put
yards to the Sponger 30, Ted wide receiver Kenny Aycox the Spongers! on he HI IS :i U|.
SIEGLERCentral Watts returning to the at the BUS :32. Campbell! again They dl'oto the 211. but

.4.'v.. Sponger 41.Illegal making the stop. Kl'linCO" ended the threat
procedure and with u IlIiolntl'l'c..ption! in tin
clipping penalties stymied DeSue lost a yard on the BUS .,...1/0111' as! the first half
that Sponger offensive effort option and two more Prevatt eniled.
and Kontodiakos punted 40 passes lell incomplete ending
yards the Tornadoes taking that BUS possession. Jimmy punted:: yards and! BUS took
t +naesYrweeaYllf.w. over at their own 22 after the Clark punted 43: yards to the over on its 2.1; \'al'lline\ l It l'.las
:,.. 'L .eFlt'6+K"hY .
boot rolled dead in the opening Sponger 25. Walls I fielded the the lirst indication that
Wall minutes of the second period. kick and returned it live yardsin Tarpon Springs planned to
Kenny Aycox was hit with a crushing tackle by Ted
Sponger safety Campbell, coining from
DeSue short two yardson stick on the ground, and attack
got a
of
the face good
the left, and spilled head over heeld but the Tornado wide receiver hung onto the football for coverageby
eight yard gain. an first down. On second down Bradford. Charles Revels the Torn.ido middle, uiih

This was one of just two Bradford High QB Prevatl pushed deep by a the third man down made the occcision.il quick pitches fur
completions Quarterback
pass Prevail
Furnace Jimmy
was
rush, threw short to end
sacked by rushing linebackers and ends most of the time when he attempted to throw Sponger tight end Steve Ernest at the stop at the Sponger 25. runs.

",-.. illegal procedure call againstthe took at them BITS 36 and Sponger defensvie Time was running out in the A 17-yard BUS pass' completion
Spongers over again all out. As a result there
65,000 BTU HEATS:.:' back Irvin Watts intercepted. second period but the lo light cud Earnest; !
: JJ Spongers. the 50 and drove to the 11 yard was a Sponger in the BHS Receiver Earnest turned
Pushed back to the clock Spongers had time for their was sandwiched among three
7'1 yard line, eating up the to backfield on most
UP TO 6 ROOMSWall line, Jacobs hit left tackle insure the victory. With 51 Tornado coaches every thought play. around he and the grabbed ball. Watts as second scoring threat. sacks of quarterback, .limim'
J' where BUS tackle Wayne seconds left on the clock the their team,could pass on the caught had its first Tsalickis threw 30: yards to Prevail .is BUS again look
Scott didn't give. Jacobs slid Spongers simply stalled for Sponger defense, with eight Tarpon Springs with Watts to the BUS :34 before over, this lime with ;5:2-1: lei I in
Thermostat Keeps even. oil left tackle to left end whereBlIS's time and ran the clock out. men rushing and only three in real scoring opportunity the Kenny Aycox could make the the third period.,
temperature Counter Flow Pulls (! : Willie Perry wrestledhim Next. Friday the Spongerswill the secondary, and the the ball at Tornado 36 stop. From the :III, alter
unused heat off ceiling and spreads i '.l, to the ground at the five. meet Ocala I Forest in Sponger safety playing just early in the second period QB Jacobs got lour yards. Clark punted 27 yards: will
threw to
it !back evenly over the floors where ; Then came the ;! Tarpon Springs in the second five yards deep. But the hard Tsalickis complete Tsalickis went back to pass the Toni.idoes had t their
scorinJplay Irvin Watts out of the
play round of the slate grid playoffs coming four straight tImes facing the biggest break of
you need it. Economical' to install a power rush never gave OB Prevail backfield at the BHS 24. BHS I tingame
and economical to operate. Rear with everybody available of time to throw the football. monster man Emmitt Bright Tornadoes' prevent defense. with !1:1::!."> remaining in the
and Side Jacobs w no squeezed into the "I thought over-all, our End: Willie Perry tossed the third period, when the hit
Vents .
at Small Extra Cost.PRESEASON Though disappointed met Watts as he caught pie punt
of the endzone the with
corner in defense did said
a good job losing the game he ball with a hard tackle but Sponger quarterback lor a the helmet ol Spongerreturned /
Y face of good pursUit by the head Tornado Coach David prepared his team for all yearlong Watts hung on. four yard loss, but Tsalickis Irvin Watts. The hall
Bradford defense.To Hurse of his team's performance Coach Hurse made it short each time
Middle guard Scott Pooser got yardage bounced back to the Tor
SALE win the ball game Hurse called plain he thinks this edition of
tackled Tsalickis on a keeper after than w hen he was forcedto dadoes, tackleane Scott!
Tarpon Springs returned Tarpon Springs probably the fighting Tornado footballerscame around left end after three run with no receivers open. (ailing on the loose pigskin. at
simply to its straight running finest football team his a long way during the then slammed Jacobsto
yards the Tornado
football game, sticking the Tornadoes' have faced this season just j ended., ( the ground for no gain on .Aycox'' .intercepted the final v. ... .4:1.: IVV Mlf
football downt thrpat of ttie" season. "The defensive., t second dowmuTsalickiawentbackto Spiae6f), p'ass!' 'bl' the lirst halt 9 rfVn jiifotiipkilv pass a eight !i
269 : Jacobs! linebackers and the defensive BHS started the season with pas&,-but;,had :lo run in--4ne''HHS. end/one andreturned -loss'-sgtlPit'vatl I xis'Sackccl !'
carried from tackle tackle.
to linemen were by far, the bestwe've It to the Bradford 20 !
Plus Installation his one letterman returning, on when no receivers were open and a five yard gain\
Hicks
on infrequent turns With less than
all line.
played year. the yard a the
offensive line and two and got eight yards to the BHS on draw by UeSue pushed
running the football, would Had the minute left in the half. DeSue
Tornadoes been
letterman BUS back
returning 13 before he to its 411 al'llilli'\
on was caught just >
start out the middle or off. killed the clock with runs of 1 t.
up able to move the football at
defense. On fourth
two inches short of first am13'ld'l'kIUIlIt'1\ t
but then would im- a 6, and :3 yards. {
tackle all the BHS defense would \
no "These kids have come a down. On fourth down big but BUS was penalized! for a
Bradford High received fo ,
Sawyer Slade provise his quickness.to make yardage with doubt have been more effective long way" Hurse,said after Jacobs got the ball and open the second hall but failed personal loul. ( Iu'klUllll'l\
the game. slammed up the middle for the to the fnotball. again/ from t the BUS 2.'i;; on the
Jimmy
Jacobs ran the ball 33 limes "Our offense didn't lake the "You are still my football first barely getting it in the Clark move punted 48 yards to the linal' t play of the third\ period
for 105 yards. He was thegame's pressure off the defense," players," the head Tornado face of a stubborn BHS Sponger 20 where Tarpon Thl'l'C'iIS( no return or the/
leading ground gainerby Hurse stated "We thought we told the players in the defense. took high short kick, bull/II'/
far. In contrast BITS could move the ball, but wecouldn't. dressing room after the game. It required a second Springs The over.drove out two Spongers look over with good,
Spongers 'Held .
workhorse Beaver DeSue position/ .t their own 4'i''
332 W. Madison Starke96477O1 got Coach Hurse told the
playershe measurement and close first downs with workhorse yard line.Then .
his hands on the ball only 13 Hurse termed it "a shame"QB is available : foot
thougli examination before the Jacobs carrying for2,3.6.4.6: came the u inning Hi-/
rushing times and for rushed the night for and 42 yards eight Jimmy Prevatt didn't get ball season has ended for, referee could determine that -1,5 I and 4 yards Kontodialos play, touchdown drie.JffLoss .

yards passing. Tarpon .
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"I feel bad for the kids coaching job in preparing for Tarpon Springs had a tough under pressure all night and us at noseman.".
because we thought we had an Tarpon Springs Every game defense to begin with. In fact stayed on the field the Roger Chilson. offensiveline
opportunity to go further in you play you have to make itwas the best one we faced all majority of time. coach said "We didn't
NoTrime the playoffs than we did." said adjustments. Looking back on year. I still felt like going in 'Overall. I think we did agreat move the loolball and couldn't t
Bradford High Coach David the 6-0 loss I did not make the we could move the ball f job to stay on the field seem to get going. Tarpon
Hurse of his Tornadoes 6-0 loss necessary adjustments and thought they would have a with the defense and run so Springs had one of the betterlootball
to Tarpon Springs in the any blame falls on my tough time moving the ball onus few offensive plays." teams that we playedthis
Region 3 play-offs. shoulders and not on the Hurse added "Scott! Poker season.'
"We did not do a good boys." "Our' defensive unit was played his greatest game for "They also ganged up on us

which slopped our running
Like -
game
N.wJ. "Our passing game never
gilt started because we failed
Bator Ranch to pick up the stunting line-
Supply inc.; hackers and lineman as we

Save! '" should.passes.They made. us hurryour

"Tarpon Springs did about

: -: _: .,-_. .I 1232 Sooth Wiloot Streit 065.301 South 1S4 what we expected" Chilson
!!-!' .. ,_. ((101)) -1711 said.Mike
: Sexton defensive
off i
a r .
30 6 t t- coordinator said "'VII'l'

1 Table Of ,real pleased with the defensive
Reg. ,289"Singer job done by our kids most

stretch-stitch machine ,of the night with our back to
Boys & Girls the wall. We did a good job.
with 'free arm'r All Western "I think from talking to

In-the-round arm'sewing of cuffs some of their fans and coaches
,
after the ball that
sleeves, pantlegs,etc.! With flat-bed ex. j; SHIRTS SLACKS Tarpon Springs hadn't game faced a

tension Carrying case or cabinet extra defense as tough as ours. It

12 to '22 I was a good effort all the way
Reg.
Now & around" Sexton said.
Denny llansen defensive
Now secondary coach said "We
$ 00
were disappointed with the
SLACKS loss but were happy with the
$23995I Pair defense, overall.
"Kenny Aycox made a
i 534 w P All key inteceptmg in tile end-
( 20 % zone and ran it back to the 22-
I % Off yard line that took us out.of

& SEW I II I SEWING MACHINE WITH SINGER 00 off reg. price Pp' backs trouble who Other played well secondary include

EXCLUSIVE FLIP& SEW FEATURE M
Jerome Reddish who played
their final ballgame for the
FRET TACK Tornadoes" Hansen said.
concluded' "Tarpon
S rings/ has a lot l of their fine

W. Have A New Address BELTS on 20 % team'back to playing and we them look again forward

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fired up Hamilton County tackle about midway through STATISTIC and the alert Trojans defense Trojans 13-yard line where he
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Trojan Team from Jasper the third chapter of the ball L k*Butltr Jasper smothered Smith on the five- was pulled down from behind.
upset the fifth ranked Union game to score from 12-yards 8 m Yards Yards Pasting Rushing 210 0 yard line as he tried to get the Four-seconds remained on
County Tigers 8-6 last Friday out. He came back to score the 10 First Dawns II game tied. the clock and after a timeoutthe
night before a standing room decisive points in the game by 171. PC PA PI 041. Tigers lined up with
only crowd at the football also going off left tackle for 3 14 Punts 3 39 Smith carried the ball 23 Danny Hazen holding for an
stadium in Lake Butler in the 31 Fumbles Lost 31I
Region 3 Class AA state the two-point conversion, the I IS Yard. Penalties 3 33 times for the Tigers getting apparent field goal attempt.As .
football play-offs. margin of victory. 217 yards according to the the ball was snapped
All the scoring in this hard The Tigers scored their lone Score by Quartsrs Telegraph stats. He finishedthe Hazen raised up looking for
Jasper 0 0 I 0--I 3
hitting football clash came in touchdown In the third Lake Buller 0060 6 season with 987 yards and receivers and the Trojans 1A l F ,
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an action packed third quarterwith quarter, when Luke Smith, a was the leading scorer on the stormed through to stop him
senior Touchdowns team with 80 points at the 31-yard line as time
the
the Trojans drawing 170-pound speedster, ,
Jack Jones and other UHS ..Jasper Stan McCloud 1] yard run expired in the scoreless first
first blood. Stan McCloud, a went off left-tackle for five (McCloud run)
Coaches have grim reaction at hard running 160 pound junior yards and the TD. The try forth Lake Butler Luke Smith, 5 yard run Sam Jackson had 39yardsin half.The
Jasper game."I speed merchant, went off left extra point was fumbled <( year with 701"yards. He had tried anparent ap-
58-points on tile season while start of on-slidekick the third quarter at and lnt: Fred Claridy ((2)) of Jasper Is stopped by Jimmy Mobley

Coach Jones Regrets Play-Off Loss scorede66-poiints.l.I Hazen Lanier recovered Clyatt for by Che captain Tigers! at (20).-....
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their 45 yard line. Smith The Tigers then moved 95- for an attempt at a game
picked up a first down for the yards in seven plays to get winning field goal. On the final
lay-by-Play Tigers by racing around left their only score of the contest. play of the game Hazen
Feels His Were Jasper won the toss. Neither end to the Trojans 31-yard Smith carried on all but one of passed to Whitehead who was
Tigers Jasper's Equal team threatened in the line. the plays. His key run was pulled down at the 24. The
opening chapter of the contest from the Tigers 18 off right final score was Jasper 8, Lake
with the Trojans moving to the Ellis Singletary picked off a tackle to the Jasper 22 yard Butler 6.
hate to see the season end dicated was "the ting sessions both offensivelyand In concluding his comments Tigers 38-yard line where Hazen pass at the 31 and ran it line a beautiful 60-yard The game was naturally a
up with a loss to Jasper 8-6 game along with other mental defensively than at any Jones said "with the fine fan their drive was stopped by a back to the 35. A face-mask scamper behind somebeaullful disappointment to the Tigers
because we felt we were as mistakes Hurt the Tigers in time in preparing for a game support we get in Union fumble) that was recovered by penalty set the Trojans in blocking(. many partisans but they
good as they were," said Head the playoff contest." during my three seasons at County I think they deserve the Tigers Jimmy Mobley at business at the 50-yard line. Sam Jackson then went Smith up finished up the season with a
Tiger Jack Jones of the game Jones said "the coaches felt the Lake Butler Institution." more than winning the the 41-yard line. This was the only Tiger the middle to the 15. record of eight wins and two
which knocked his Lake 1 that the Tigers made many It was pointed out by Jones Suwannee ,Conference The Tigers were unable and to penalty of the contest.A then went around the left next end to losses. The losses came by one
Butler gridders out of the, mental mistakes in the fourth "before anyone can win a Championship and the make much headway six-play drive by the the five. On play point to Santa Fe and two
forced to to the Smith went off left tackle for
punt
state in the first quarter that prevented us were their of points to Jasper. Jasper now
play-offs state championship the entire District Championship. We Trojans got only score
who made two first the score with 1:10: remainingin
Trojans and four
round. from going ahead on the final team must have the burning are going to start work now to downs and then punted to the the contest. The key play was the third stanza. The extra osses.has seven wins
Jones continued his; drive the in the waning momentsof desire to get it done The get ready for next year." Tigers as the quarter ended 29-yard run off left-tackle by point try was fumbled and the
reflections on the playoff He game.It entire team has to want to win with the teams scoreless. Fred Claridy who was finally Trojans slopped Smith finallyat In three seasons that Jack
game by saying "we felt all, weeks said the tha Tigers t during had the two to it all." Sixteen seniors played their ,TA bad punt set the Trojansin stopped by the Tigers Cedric the five on the extra point Jones has been }Head Coach at
playoff"teams are pretty well prepare for Jasper that they Jones was pleased with the final game for UHS in the business on the Tigers 38- Warren at the Tigers 29. try which proved to be the ball Lake Butler his Tigers have
equal. play of Don Davis at offensive playoff contest. They include won 28 games and lost five.
had line in the second game.The
three
of the hardest hit- yard
Jones in-
that
factor
One Hazen Lw. Cummings Those
Danny doing an outstanding
guard and center Tim McGill. moved down to Tigers had two more
Smith. quarter. They Three runs by McCloud all
Luke delense for the
Jimmy on Tigers
I Jones said "Sam Jackson dida the chances in the final period job
I 19-yard line after pickingup off left-tackle of five
Its FPC For Dar n4 E eCGEGe(! ( good job of blocking for Luke Rickey Mobley, Brackett Tim Whitehead, Ronnie, 'f one first down, where they and 12 got the Trojans eight,on the, moving from their 21 fourth-to the Holmes in the contest Jimmy include Mobley Alfred, Glen

for all Smith who got 217 yards in the Edwards, Chris Lawson, turned the ball over to the Scoreboard with about six Jasper eight where a Kemp Daryl Williams, Fred
around the
house contest." Lanier Clyatt, Tim McGill,. Tigers after Rex Mitchell's 35- minutes remaining in the down play was a half a yard Clemons, Brantley Crawford
I Due To Arrive Wed. Dec. 3 I On defense, Jones said Vernon Sweat, Norris, yard field goal attempt was third quarter. McCloud went shy of a first down on a run by Tim Whitehead, and Cedric
I "Jimmy Mobley broke two Addison short. Jackson up the middle.
up Jenkins, Curtis off left tackle for the twopointextra Warren,
passes that would have Brantley Crawford, Theris Another short punt of eight point which later provedto Key play in this drive was a
POINSETTIASFlorist resulted in touchdowns for Conney, and Don Davis. : yards gave the Trojans the be the winning margin In 30-yard run around right end Kemp had 91 tackles and
Jasper." Jones said "with 16 playersoff ball> at their own 48, as the the contest.On by Smith. assists with six interceptionsand
Dean Dukes led the this year's team and a JV Tigers were unable to mount the next series of plays Four plays after stopping three fumble recoveries
3 Grade defensive line with 14tacklesand team that lost only to Bolles in much of a drive. They moved after picking up one first down the Tigers the Trojans were prior to the Jasper game.
assists. Brantley seven games we should have down to the Tigers 20. With the Tigers fumbled and the forced to punt and the Tigers Warren lined against Jasper
''Lovely Blooms Give Crawford defensive tackle the nucleus of a good team for seconds remaining in the Trojans Leroy Rayford took over a t their own 45. They with 126 tackles and assists
also played a good game. next year." scoreless half. Trojans recovered for them at the did not have a time out so that with one interception and two
Live Holiday Color quarterback Kevin Anderson Tillers 14. they could not stop the clock. fumble recoveries.
tried a swing pass that was Lake Butler then stoppedthe The Tigers had time for Jasper will play host to
$249Priced
From Barber Won't Play For picked off by defensive end Trojans at the 5-yard line eight plays and moved downto Wildwood on Friday night.
Tim Whitehead on the Tigers with some fine belt-tightening the 24 of the Trojans but Wildwood upset Crescent City
Remember: You Can Plant PoinsettiaS In The Yard Later 25 and he raced down to the defensive work. were never close enough to try 2816.

UF Gators In Bowl GameLee

RYE GRASS SEEDFor UCHS Coach, Gridders Take Conference HonorsUnion I

Tobin University of his back. He was'a defensiveend
A Green Lawn & Pasture All Winter I Florida Assistant Sports information and linebacker.He County High School in the conference during the He completed 36 of 75 passesfor Cl>'att was also selected to
I director told the Football Coach and Athletic three seasons he has been at 638 yards and scored 9 the all-conference team and
Lb. $ | O99 Telegraph on Tuesday afternoon 1 Director Jack Jones was Lake Butler. Overall his touchdowns and six extra was picked as the lineman of
LB29cBag JLafc that Vernon Barber of played for Bradford selected Coach of the Year in three season mark is 285. His points. the year. He was the offensive
High School and is in his the Suwannee Conference for two conference losses were to Smith, a tailback, rushedfor right tackle.
will not play for the
Lawtey ) the the second in a row and Pound for pound. Clyatt is
at Universityof year
Rye Grass Is A Heavy Feeder. Give It A Gators in the Bowl game with junior Florida.year five of his players were pickedfor Williston and Chiefland in 980 yards for the season. the most dedicated athlete I
Maryland on December 29 in the all-conference team. 1973. Since that time his "This was amazing because ever have been associated *
Medium Application For Fertilizer Every 4-6 the Gator Bowl in Jackson Selected to the team were Tigers have been undefeatedin Smith missed three games with. He graded out over 90 .'
Weeks So It Won't Rob Your Permanent ville. At the start of the year seniors Danny Hazen, Luke the conference. with a shoulder separation" percent on offensive blocking ,
Barber started in place of Smith, Curtis Addison, Glen Hazen directed the fortunesof Jones said. His overall total this year and is a three year
Lawn Of Food. USE Wayne Fields at Monster Kemp, and Junior Lanier the Tigers during the 1975 was 1013 yards for the season,, letterman." Jones said. He f,
Barber was' i injured ,and back.Fields missed almost all CI aft season at quarterback nettinga an average of 11.6 per'carrY' weighs 140 pounds. 'JJ
GROTONE PELLETS knocked out 'during the of the season with a knee Jones ''won' the conference total 1058 yards in the ten Smith got 217 yards in the Addison. defensive right !
Homecoming game with Dukein ailment and Barber also filledin championship with the Tigersfor games played, He had 57 with Jasper last week. end made 84 tackles and
9-7-7 Formula With Organics Gainesville on October 25, at linebacker during the the second year in a row rushes for 397 yards which tame had 80 points for the assists and had four fumble
Secondary Elements And sustaining a pinched nerve in current season. and has a 16-2 overall record comes to 7.4 yards average. season. recoveries..

Cheleated Minerals "Curtis was the most improved -
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The only junior on the all-
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P Santa Fe Takes Easy 74-46 Win Over LB Cagers I



d a The Santa Fe Raiders easily man, Bruce Sheppard, and ter in the final period. Terry Conference game of 'the
Freeman again. This made it Jenkins got them started witha
defeated the Union County year.
257. basket. Walter Filer got one Tuesday night the
in the opening basket- On Hawthorne
Tigers
ball of the season 74-46 With 5:50: to play in the half for the Tigers. Then Sheppardand Hornets travel to Lake
game White sunk two free Robinson got baskets for
at Lake But- more Butler for another conference
night
Tuesday throws with Hartwick makingit the Raiders. G. White then gota doubleheader at 6:30.: Haw

ler.In contest that matchedtwo 27-9. bucket for the Tigers. thorne was ranked sixth in the
a
schools who suffered dis- The Tigers then got seven Seven straight points then first AA basketball poll of the
yl with White were scored by the Raiders T,
losses in the state in a row season. The Tigers are
appointing last week theI getting a basket, Perry a free White got a basket, Robinsona unranked.
football
playoffs throw ,and a basket, Tim basket, T. White a free
? I game matched seven of 12 throws. throw and bas- Score by Quarters
McGill sunk two free Canmngton a
19 18 14
Raiders who played football Santa Fe 13-74
This made the score 27-16 with Lake Butler 7 13 12 14-4
and six of 10 Tigers who appeared ket.Perry
2:45 left In the half. got two free throwsfor
football
in the
game. Hartwick for the Raiders the Tigers to break the Scoring .
Quarterback Charlie Green carries the ball after faking Santa Fe got off to a quick Vince 6- and Ralph Williams for the Raiders flurry of points. Santa Fet Robinson" 0 S, Hartwick 6
Tile team flag 0 lead on a goal by baskets. 1.13. Freeman 408, T. White 31%.
Steve Thomas blocks. The Kitchen's Tigers traded Robinson got a basket for
pass as Campbell and two goals by Cannlngton 1.1 1 3. Brown 5 0 10. Sheppard
footballers Rot; the first down but lost the contest to Bret and Cleve Hartwick Santa Fe led Sheppard made it 31-18 and Santa Fe. 7 0 14, Jenkins 2 0.., Campbell 20
Jerry's 20-19. Sandy Grayson (L) and Ronnie Thomas are In 19-7 after the first period, 37-20 Sam Jackson got the Tigers The Tigers then got two free 4, Calhoun 1 0 t. Totals 35 4 74
Holmes 102
hot pursuit the deft runner, at the half and 51-32 after the final point of the half with 1:38 throws and a basket from 7G Lake Whlte4 Oh.JOhn,022:Filer Perry 102 1 3.
third period. left. Jackson.T. White got a bucketfor Williams 2 2 6,McGill 26 P..White. 10
226 Totals IS 16 46
Gerry White who kept the Sheppard got two quick bas- the Raiders. Jackson got 2 Jackson
Bret & Jerry's Slips 20-19 Tigers 1n the game in the first kets and Hartwick added the another basket. Danny Johns .
half got a marker with 5:38: final bucket to make the score then got two free throws which h.
remaining in the opening Santa Fe 37 UHS 20 at the half. were the Tigers final points of Tiger forward Gerry White goes for a field goal In putting
Past Kitchen's Tile TeamIn chapter. Hartwick then Alfred Holmes scored the the long night. together top score of 13 points for Union County in the 74-4B Judge To SpeakAt
canned a charity toss and of the second half
first basket Santa Fe closed out the whipping the takers took from Santa Fe on the home court
White got another UHS basket for the Tigers and the Raiders scoring with three free
Flag Football Playoff Boise Perry then made a matched it with one by Free- throws, a basket and a free Tuesday night.' BUARC Meeting
... basket to get the Tigers within man. Paul White and Gerry throw. The final score was
and won the the pass failing- on the extrapoint one point, the closest they White canned baskets before Santa Fe 74, UHS 46. shooting percentage from the poor game and didn't executeour Bradford County Judge
Jerry's
Bret of the Men's attempt would be throughout the entire Hartwick and Sheppard got G. White was the only field which tells much about game plan, plus not playing Elzie Sanders is the featured
championship Kitchen's Tile scored on a game.The. markers for the Raiders. player on the Tigers in double the opening game of the sea- very well Tim McGill speaker at the Bradford-
Flag Football League Recrea spon pass play from Green to Raiders then went on a A free throw by the Tigers figures with 13 points Perry son. The Tigers hit on 15 bas- played a good game under the Union Association for
sored by the Starke McGee to make it 2012. They tear outscoring the Tigers 12-1 Williams and a basket next by had seven with Williams, kets in 65 attempts which .is board. Jerry White kept us in Retarded Citizens, Inc.
tion Department by edging scored a one-point conversion. bringing' the first quarter the Raiders Robinson.. G. McGill, and Jackson chipping 23.7 percent of their shots. the game in the first half with meeting Dec. 11.
20-19( by Kitchen s Tile Southside in a Then Green passed to Wayne score to 197. White got the White then made a free throw in six each. The only department where some good shooting." "The Rights of the Retarded" -
playoff game at Tetstone to make it 2019. A only Tiger point In that span. for UHS and Sheppard made Santa Fe had three I players they outshot the Raiders was is the topic of the speechto
Elementary last SundayKitchen's handed pass for the two point after try The second quarter saw the one for Santa Fe. McGill got a in double figures.They include) in free throws where Lake The Tigers have their first be given at the Bradford
Tile unbeaten 8- was incomplete.Bret Tigers improve offensivelyafter basket and Kenneth Brown Sheppard with 14, HartwiCK, Butler was 16 for 26, while away doubleheader of the sea- School Board building at 7.30:
Bret and Jerry's week a 19 to- and Jerry then ran out the Raiders got three scored the final basket of the 13, and Brown 10. Santa Fe hit on four of 13 char- son on Saturday when they pm.New .
beating the previous the clock to win the league baskets from Cranlon Free- third quarter which ended The Raiders hit 35 field ity tosses. travel to Cross City with the officers will be elected
tie the league up and. make the championship 2019.Raiders with the Raiders leading 51-32. goals in 63 attempts at the Tiger Head Coach Jimmy first game starting at 6:30.: and refreshments will be
playoff necessary.By Santa Fe had its best quar- bucket which gave them a 55.5 Thomas said "We played a This will be the first Suwannee served following the meeting

Bret and winning Jerry's; the also league won title the Come 1 ITo 'rom Behind .

right to take on Gainesville's

champion for the District 2 Take Baby 1'igers 4934third 1 1r"
title in deciding who will go to
the state tournament in Sara-
sota on Saturday Dec. 13. A LAKE BUTLER 16 point quarter right at the startof
meeting was scheduled for third period scoring spree the second half to make it WHY PAY

Tuesday night to set up the gave the Santa Fe junior varsity 2421. PRE CNRISIMAS
date for the playoff but was a 49-34 come from behind The Raiders then pulled SPECIAL MORE?
postponed till Wednesday win over the Union High JV in ahead for good by getting 16- ,
night. The Telegraph had no the opening basketball of the straight points which carried
word on the date and site of season Tuesday night in Lake over into the last quarter.

the playoff game before Butler. Santa Fe took a 33-24 lead into W011d' THURS., FBI., SAL, ft MON."INDIANA" .
presstime. The Baby Tigers led 10-6 the final stanza.
Bret and Jerry's scored firston after the first period and 22-21
a touchdown pass from at the half. They enjoyed a Score By Quarters
24-21 lead the third Santa Fe 6 15 12 16-49
John Watson to Sandy Grayson brief in
Lake Butler I 10 12 2 10-34
to make the score 6-0 at period but trailed 33-24 going
the half as Watson's pass for into the fourth period. SCORING: \ GIFT BOXEDglassware ;1 i
was incom After Santa Fe scored the Lake Butler: Jackson 204, Holmes 4 0.
the extra point '
6, Sirmones 5 0 10, Prlngle 306. Stouta.
bucket on a goal by
plete.Kitchen's opening more 204,Simmons 0 2.Totals 0 34
Tile tied the scoreat Gary Gassett, the Tigers Santa Fa, Bell 3.I 11 I,Cannlngton I 02, \(
6-6 on a pass from Charley moved off to a 1Q-2 lead on Robinson" 1 02,Calhoun 0 1.1. T. Gassett. \ ..
Green to Randall McGee. The three field goals by Hershel 8218. G. Gassett 7.1.1'1 Totals 21 7 49

pass for the extra point was no Holmes, one each by Steve
good. Sirmones and Leandrew The dry spell for the Tigers
Bret and Jerry's then Pnngle. lasted almost seven minutes Your choice
scored on a pass from Watsonto Roselin: Bell of the Raiders before Pringle got a goal and
Ronnie Thomas Watson then sunk two free throws, the Tigers trailed 3926. The
passed to Bill Ratliff for the stole the ball and got a driving Raiders outscored the Tigers
two-point after making it 146. layup putting Lake Butler up 10-8 for the rest of the quarterto
This extra point play later 10-6( after the opening quarter. wind up winning the open-
turned out to be the margin of The Tigers got two goals by ing game of the season 4934.
victory. Sirmones to quickly make it Sirmones was the only Tiger
Watson passed to Ronnie 14-6 but the Raiders tied the performer in double figures ,
Everett to make it 20-6 with game on a field goal and free with 10 points. Holmes who got 'JL l / t

throw by Terry Gassett,a goal three quick baskets in the first ,' 'I' 'EBB PLATE *--T" .* 1Ir.IUJ ,
4r:: Jimmy AndrewsIn by Gary Gassett and.a goal by quarter gotooly one the rest of vJ IllS! '...Ji\:'\ II ';rr' "u ujl I
Bell and a free throw by Gary.. the game-for'UliS to finch. : RELISH TRAT 1 917 EA.:' LADIES'A MIS=ES' j
University And Willis Jackson tipped in a with eight points. "SWEATM I
rebound to put the Tigers backin The Gassett brothers '1",.;EA. i ,I. t 100% POLYESTER
front 16-14. A free throw by camped under the basket in
College Who's Who Greg Calhoun the second half and led the WITH HOODS MOCK TWIN SETS
Jackson
within a point. for the Raiders with Terry getting 18
Jimmy Andrews, son of Mr Tigers and Frederick Robinson and Gary 15. Bell was also in ; Two pleco look, polyester
and Mrs Levon Andrews of for the Raiders traded double figures with 11 for Sizes S "M"{ L$3st RUBT random knit

Starke has been included in baskets. Santa Fe.Vernon. In dusty colors or
the 1975 edition of "Who's Who Sirmones put the Tigers Turner,. UHS JV FRUIT BOWL $97
in American Colleges And ahead 20-17 with a goal and coach, said "We hung in the multi-color acetate" I
Universities" Terry Gassett matched his game real good in the first 3 P0. SAUD SET 1" EAE nylon prints. Machine

Now in his senior year at basket for the Raiders. Jackson half despite being inexperi- =1" SET washable. S,
Furman University, Jimmy then got a bucket for the enced. We had good shootingthat M.1.and 4244.
will graduate in May with a Tigers and Gary Gassett half.In the second half we
BS degree in geology. He is matched that to make the could not get the ball to the HAVE A MERRY SAVINGS CHRISTMAS
past president of his Junior score at the half Lake Butler men under the basket.
Class, and received the 22, Santa Fe 21. "Santa Fe will be one of the ..1 LABIES'i MISSES'
Wicker Award for ourstanding LeAndrew Pringle got the better JV teams that we play YOUR CHOICE
service to the university. At only Tiger field goal of the this year," Turner said. '_ N4' { PERMAPRESS -
present he is serving as first
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LEATON MATHEWS doing ther Petitioner Is properly exercising invited to attend and be on 'pastorate of Rev. Leroy

I I Agriculture Ten ((10)) ) in Section OF OFFENDER IN RE: The Marriage of SAM business under the name of M & its delegated authorityand time. Mrs. Alice Sercey, third 'Davis. Prayer Meeting and
acres 25, the amount to be deposited.The leader. Sunday. Young Bible Study combined, 7 p.m.
| Township 5 South, Range 22 j REHABILITATION of the Stateof OLIVER LINK, JR., Husband, G TEXACO STATION AND Court will make and enter Adult Choir Rehearsal each Wednesday. Church School,

| East off State Road 225 on the I Florida, an Agency and public and GRACIE LEE LINK, Wife. GARAGE, .was dissolved. such order as it deems BICENTENNIAL Wednesday night before the 9:30: a.m. Sunday. BTU, 5
j East side of Lawtey body corporate of the State of CHARLES A. GREEN has withdrawn proper second and fourth Sunday. terminating services forthe
so property i and if the Court finds that Petitioner FLEA MARKET p.m.
business and
Florida, acting jjp behalf of the NOTICE OF ACTION from said Love Feast service will be
| can be used for normal farming If you have articles to day.
is entitled to of
i operations. Trustees of -tn* Internal Improvement ToSAM: OLIVER LINK, JR. wll not be liable on any obliga- possession contribute to the BicentennialFlea held Friday night Dec. 5, at Ebenezer services begin
Trust Fund, Petitioners known address tions created In the future by the property In advance of final Sunday Services begin Meeting and
i This change in classification Is Last : Market, please call 7:30.: with Prayer
I LEATON MATHEWS of Starke Judgment the Court will fix the
I South Elizabeth Walker with Church School at 9:30.: Church
subject to a public hearing to beheld 2332 Second Avenue at 964683. Bible Study, 7 p.m.
I Bradford County, Florida. time within which and the terms The Flea Market and Communion
on Tuesday December 30 vs.PENTECOSTAL Minneapolis, Minnesota will be Baptism School, 9:30: a.m. Sunday.
!I 7:30 EPISCOPAL 5 upon which you will be require)) held this Saturday, Dec. 6, on Service 11 a.m., with No. 3Stewardess Morning Worship at 11 with
I 111915, et : p.m. in the County YOU //s/Charles. Green to surrender to Peti
the Rrar4_ I CHURCH OF GOD Defendant. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED possession the old courthouse grounds.. Board members the Youth Choir and Ushers
room at 11/20 3tchg 12/4 tioner. proceeds; will be used for the Service
serving. Communion
'I I Service 6
Dissolution of Evening ,
for
that Petition serving.
ford County Court House a local
et Bicentennial
_.
I WITNESS MY HAND as Clerkof program continued at 5:30.
SUMMONS -----
I J which/\ time all persons Interested TO SHOW Marriage has been filed against INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFFLORIDA the Circuit Court In and for Join in the fun and help The True Church of God in p.m.
I shall be heard for or against the l CAUSE AND NOTICEOF you and you are required to Bradford County, Florida and celebrate our Nation's 200th Unity Elder Sampson White
EIGHTH JUDICIAL birthday. MEMORIAM
I proposal, as specified in the I EMINENT DOMAINPROCEEDINGS serve a copy of your written pastor. Prayer Meeting IN
the seal of the Court on
I Zoning Code of Bradford i defenses if any to John H. Has- CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Monday night at 7:30. Terry In memory of my beloved
November 6 1975 at Starke
CHURCH ACTIVITIES
I well wife's attorney, whose BRADFORD COUNTY.IN Service each .Wednesday; husband, Mr. Lonnie
I County.. I IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF address is P.O. Drawer 0, Florida Pleasant Grove and Ml. night Prayer Meeting ana Coleman, Sr. who passed
Morlah United Churches preaching Friday night. ten
PROBATE December 7, 1964
| A.R. Kiefer, Chairman FLORIDATO Gainesville, Florida 32602, on or Parish Rev. Willie Stitt Celebrationbegan away
Gilbert S. Brown Anniversary in
ALL IT MAY CONCERN: before January 6, 1976, and file CASE NO. CP 76-329 years ago. Although we are
Bradford Co. Tuesday Dec 2
| Zoning Board Clerk of the above-styled Court,; pastor Weekly services begin night, two worlds apart, your love
12/4 the original with the Clerk of this with Junior Choir rehearsal for Elder White. Sunday
| Itchg I By: Beulah M. Moody and smiles will always be
AND TO: Court either before service on In re: The Estate of J.a. each first and second Monday services will begin with your
------------- Deputy ClerkRAYMOND No could
((1)) The following persons and wife's attorney or Immediately ROSIER, deceased. night at 7:30.: Tiny Tots Church School, 10 a.m. in our hearts. one
I NOTICEI parties who are residents of the thereafter; otherwise default will rehearsal Tuesday, 6 Morning Worship at 11 and 8 ever replace you and your
I j W. GEAREY p.m. love as long as we all live.-
Robert M. Swanson has made State of Florida, whose names for the NOTICE OF
be entered against you Wednesday night Prayer
I Application to the Bradford and places of residence are set relief demanded in the Petition. ADMINISTRATIONTO Attorney Meeting. Thursday night mFirst Born Church of the (Signed) Josephine Coleman,

| County Zoning Board for reclassification forth as far as ascertainable by WITNESS my hand and seal ALL PERSONS INTER- Department of Offender Re- Bible Study, 8 p.m. Sunday Living God, Elder S.V. Cohens wife children, and grandchildren -
of the ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF J.a habilitation each .
| property diligent search: of this Court this 25th day of services begin with Church pastor. Prayer Meeting
j described below from EA (Ex- The Pentecostal Episcopal November, 1975. ROSIER deceased. 1311 Winewood Boulevard School, 10 a.m. Communion Tuesday night.. Terry Service,

| elusive Agriculture) to BA (Busl- Church of God, Lawtey, Florida. You will please take notice Tallahassee Florida 32301 Service, 4 p.m. Friday night. Sunday services Children

I ness Automotive) I ((2)) The unknown assigns, GILBERTS. BROWN that pursuant to Florida 11/134tchg 12/4 Mt. Moriah United will be in charge of the OnlyChristmas

I One Acre, (lout of 56 acre successors In interest, trusteesor dork of the Circuit Court Statutes Section 733.212, the -------------- Methodist services begin with Missionaries. Church school and4th I Store
j piece) In Section 14, Township 6 I other undersigned CLIFTON Church School 10a.m. Pastorial Day, 2nd
I I any parties claiming by, By: Beulah M. Moody IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF at 9:30.:
!I South, Range 22 East, three through or against the above- Deputy Clerk ROSIER, as Executor of the BRADFORD COUNTY, Communion Service, 11 a.m. Sundays.New To Open In Waldo
miles East on Laura Church I named organization, whether 12/4 4tchg 12/25 Estate of J.Q ROSIER, FLORIDA Greater Allen Chapel AME Hope Baptist Church,

J Road on left to operate a paint I existing or dissolved.' deceased has admitted to probate Church, Rev R.G. Heastie Rev. S.W. Mosely pastor. Children will have a chanceto
\ end. body shop. I ((3)) And against all persons -------------- the Last Will and Testa- /' Case No. 75-345-CP pastor. Official Board Church school, 10 a.m. purchase gifts for their

| This change in classification is and parties claiming or having NOTICEIn ment of J.Q. ROSIER, File No. 1-3372 meeting Monday Dec. 8, 7:30: Morning Worship at 11. parents and friends at the
I subject to a public hearing to beheld I and interest or claim as owners compliance with require- deceased and said matter has IN RE: Estate of WILLIE ELLA p.m. On Sunday, Dec, 14, a Communion Service, 3 p.m "Children's Christmas Stoie"in

I on Tuesday December 30, I mortgagees, judgment creditorsor ments imposed by Public Law been assigned File No. CP 75- MULBERRY, a/k/a FLORA Round Tea will be sponsoredby Mt. I'isgah AME Church, Waldo.

I 1975 at 7:30: p.m. in the County I lienholdera of, upon or 86-752 as contained in Section 329 by the Clerk of the Circuit MULBERRY Deceased the Trustees of the church. Church Rev. George School Former pastor. The store is open to children

I Commission room at the BradI I against the parcel of land 1.580 of the Federal Communications Court in Bradford County; NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Each member is asked to Communion Service, 10 at a.m.11 12 years old and younger.
I House described In the Petition in Bradford Rorida. The address of the Exe- cooperate with all activities. ,
ford County Court at I Commission Rules the creditors of the estate of for the The Junior Homemakersare
I which/\ time all persons interested I County Rorida. application of Sanders Enterprises cutor is Route 1, Lawtey Florida WILLIE ELLA MULBERRY, Senior Choir Rehearsal each terminating services sponsoring the affair on
day.
shall be heard for the The Florida Department of 32058 and the name and address a/k/a FLORA MULBERRY deceased Tuesday night before the first
| or against Inc., John Sanders, Greater Bethlehem Dec. 6 and 13 from 10 a.m. to 3
as specified in the Offender Rehabilitation has fileda of the Executor's attorney are hereby notified and
| proposal President Treasurer Director Freewill Church Rev. p.m. at the Episcopal rectory.
------ Baptist ,
--------
| Zoning Code of Bradford Petition in Eminent Domain holding 49 Vi% of the stock; Lee is GEORGE H. PIERCE P.O. required to file any claims or NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Jasper Williams pastor. Tiny Handmade candles pot

| County. 1 proceedings against you seekingto Jenkins Sanders Vice President Drawer 1030 Starke Florida demands which they may have REGISTER Tot rehearsal Monday night. holders, key rings picturesand
condemn for public purposesthe Secretary Director holding 32091. The date of the first publication against said estate in the officeof bulletin boards are among

A.R: Kiefer, Chairman fee simple title to the parcel 50%: % of the stock; and RichardP. of this Notice of Ad- the Clerk of Circuit Court for Pursuant FICTITIOUS to Section NAME 865.09 Prayer Senior Meeting Choir Rehearsal Tuesday the items to be sold.

. '.1 Bradford Co. Zoning Board described below located In Jahn, Director holding no ministration is November 13 Bradford County, Florida in the Florida Statutes, notice is here- night. Christmas Everything is under $1 and
.' 11tp 12/4 Bradford County, Florida: stock dated August 7, 1975 and 1975, and the last date when courthouse at Starke Florida by that the Wednesday night. purchases will be com-
| Commence at the NE Corner claims or objections may be presented within four calendar months given undersignedDoris rehearsal begins Thursday plimentary gift wrapped.
f accepted for filing on November
l_ G. Rt. 1 Box
( ---- ------- II Hoffman night. Friday night the pastor
of NE% of NWJ4 of SE'/4 for a 26, 1975 with the assigned file is March 13 1976. from the date of the first publi- For further information call
I NOTICEJ | Place of Beginning; Run Thence number BPH-9590 by the FCC All interested persons having cation of this notice. Each claimor 194-W, Melrose Clay County and congregation will go to 468-1792, 468-1372 or 4681413.
J Charles A. Green has made Florida 32666 business
i doing Waldo to
appear on an an-
West 75 feet Thence run claims or objections against the demand must be in writing
'
for fort
a construction permit a
the Bradford under the
Application to firm of "DORIS
i name for Elder
Southerly 136 feet, thence run Estate of J.Q. ROSIER, and must state the place of residence niversary program
FM Class A Broadcast Sta- "
County Zoning Board for reclassification new BEAUTY SALON, Rt. 21, Mel- the
I Easterly 75 feet Thence run deceased, must file with the and postoffice address of Sampson White. Saturday lMlltlt(
of the tion to operate with a power of 3 (Bradford) '
property rose County Florida Ushers Board will sell ,,}
Senior
i Court within months of"
four ) be
North 136 feet to the point of KW ((4) the claimant and must sworn
and Channel
below from EA Exclusive day night on intends
described ( 32666 to said kitchen.
beginning lying and being in NE the first publication of the Noticeof to by the claimant, his agent or register dinners from the
11 ) Busts' 292A, frequency 106.3 MHZ, fictitious
I Agriculture to BA ( name under the School
will Monthly Sunday GIFTS
Administration the it become
his
Corner of NE'of NWVi of following: attorney, or
with studios, transmitter and e
ness Automotive) provisions of aforesaid statute. will heldat
SE/ Section 26 Township 5 (lal) All claims against the void according to law. teachers meeting be
I 2 acres in Section 9, Township 152 foot antenna to be located .7 Doris G. Hoffman, sole
South, Range 22 East Containing estate. November 19, 1975.JOHNNY 6 p.m. Sunday School 9:30.: CERTIFICATESmakegreotgifts
. I 6 South Range 22 East, 1 K 1/2 Acres mile south on Highway 100 jn (Ibl) Any objection by an interested GILLYARD owner. Morning Worship and installation
;>:4. I miles West of 301 North on left approximately Starke. A copy of this application that the Dated this 10th 24th day of of newly elected
less. person challenges Administrator of the Estate of
I Morgan Road to operate more or and related material is on file November, A.D. 1975 at Starke
I on You and each of you are com- for public inspection at the validity of the Will qualificationsof Willie Ella Mulberry a/k/a officers for the year, 11 a.m.

I automotive This change repair in classification garage. is 'i manded the Petition to file In written the office defensesto of the offices Inc. at of the Sanders above location.Enterprises Individuals venue the personal or jurisdiction representative of the 11/27 2tchg Rora Mulberry 12/4 deceased Florida.11/264tp 12/18 Junior dinners Ushers from the Board kitchen will sell on ::7)j\n"f)1))1))\ ) ) ))) )

I subject to a public hearing to be II
Court, or other challenge to
any
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
who wish to advise the
| held Tuesday December 30 I
on
the legality of the proceeding. ,
j 1975 at 7:30: p.m. in the County the for Bradford City of County Starke Florida Bradford, in application FCC of facts should relating file within to this 30 Dated this 28th day of Oc- & & 9 & & a &9& 9 &9& 9 9 ij
M j I' Commission room at the Brad- I tober, 1975.
County Rorida,on or before the
days comments and : .
ij:: I ford County Court House at petitions '
I 8th day of December, 1975, and with the Federal Communications CLIFTON ROSIER
!: I which/\ time all persons Interested .f :
I shall be heard for or against thei to serve your written defenses Commission, Washington. Executor of the Estate of (9 Lake Dwellers Open 9.5
I the for the
Attorney
upon D.C. 20554.
proposal, as specified in the J.Q. ROSIER deceased. .
S I Department of Offender Re- 12/4 3tchg 12/18 11/13 4tchg 12/4 MON SAT
I Zoning Code of Bradford habilitation, on or before that .-------------. .. _____. 1
j I County. date, which/\ defenses shall show SR 21 By Sears Keystone 473.3752 :
what right, title interest IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF i
or
/\ you
j I.A.R. Kiefer Chairman EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
of have claim in
I J I Bradford Co. Zoning Board or end any to any you of the or above-de- FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND E Introducing To Keystone Heights
12/4 :
u I Itp, scribed parcel and show cause BRADFORD COUNTY FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.

" : -------------- why/\ it should not be taken for
the uses and set forthin CIVIL ACTION CASE NO.75-332 !
purposes Hammond rtg
.1 ORDINANCE NO. :
CASE NO.75-350 MICROWAVE
. the Petition or default may be PAINTINGS
BRADFORD COUNTY,
DEPARTMENT OF OFFENDER

de M- FLORIDA entered WITNESS against MY you.HAND as Clerk GUARANTY FEDERAL SAV- r REHABILITATION of the State ORGANS PIANOS ;

NOTICE OF INTENT TO CON- of the Circuit Court in end for INGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION of Florida, an Agency and public H.MM.de OVENS
OF GAINESVILLE, a body corporate of the State of
Bradford County Florida, and
SIDER THE ADOPTION OF AN
; ORDINANCE RELATING TO the seal I of the Court, on Nov- corporation Plaintiff. Florida acting on behalf of the = CRAFTS Original RopeHAMMOCKS ft I
-vs- Trustees of the Internal Im-
THE REGULATION AND CONTROL ember 3, at Starke, Rorida.
MARY D. BROWN CECIL E. provement Trust Fund Petitioners i

I. WEIGHTS ON OF STATE MAXIMUM SECONDARY Gilbert S. Brown LEACH, JR. and LINDA D. : & GIFTS FIRE PLACES =

AND COUNTY ROADS Clerk of the above-styled Court LEACH, his wife Defendant. vs.PENTECOSTAL ;

IN THE UNINCORPORATEDAREAS OF BRADFORD By Deputy: Beulah ClerkRAYMOND M. Moody NOTICE OF SUIT CHURCH OF GOD EPISCOPAL Defendant. t Unusual Handmade Christmas Ornaments 3

PROPERTY
FLORIDA.TO 9J
COUNTY, W. GEAREY To:Cecil E. Leach, Jr. and DECLARATION OF TAKING J "

Linda D. Leach, his wife AND NOTICE OF

: ALL AND CITIZENS OTHER INTER-TAXPAYERS Attorney habilitation Department of Offender Re- Address Unknown Petitioner HEARING, Department of 'E' 1 I'LV'I'1 I '] 'v' 3

ESTED PERSONS.
1311 Wlnewood Boulevard YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Offender Rehabilitation having i

Tallahassee Florida 32301 an action to Mortgage fore- instituted these proceedings by =9i SAT. DEC. 6th
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are 11/134tchg 12/4 closure on the following the filing of a Petition in Eminent I GAS GRIll SALE :

hereby and herewith given in Bradford County, Domain for the purpose of 1
------------- property
notice in accordance with Sec- Florida: Lot 8, Block 1, PINE- acquiring and condemning the : FACTORY II
tion 125.66, Florida Statutes that NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO property described in the
HAVEN SUBDIVISION, as per
the Board of County Commissioners REGISTER plat thereof recorded in Plat Petition, states in accordancewith i Lw DEMONSTRATION The New "Economizer"Delicious

of Bradford County Florida FICTITIOUS NAME Book 2, Page 66, public recordsof S74.011, Florida Statutes it I i
at a special meeting to be Pursuant to Section 86509 Bradford County. Florida has has the right to take possession '

held at 9:30: a.m. in the County Florida Statutes, notice is here- been filed against you MARY D. and title in advance of final t l'It'J. 4

Commission Meeting Room, by given that the undersigned BROWN CECIL E. LEACH, JR. Judgment and in accordance @j barbecue-flavored outdoor cooking
9 qJ)
Bradford County Court House, Larry T. Henry Rt. 1, Box 248, and LINDA D. LEACH, his wife, with $74031 Florida Statutes, is now more affordable than ever-with 4

Starke, Florida on Monday, Brooker, Ra. 32622, and Otis and you are required to serve a declares that the property & Charmglow's new low cost, family size grill ctt

December 22, 1975 will con Crabtree, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 320-A, copy of your written defenses if described in the Petition is taken S1 Gas and Electric Barbeques or that saves you money while you cook. ..

sider the adoption of an ordinance Starke Fla., 32091 doing any to It, on the plaintiff's attor. for the use set forth In the Peti 1 Charmglow grills eliminate lighter fluid and ""

relating to: business under the firm name of nay whose/\ name and address is tion. charcoal mess-yet give all food real outdoor 4

"CRABTREE BUILDERS," George H. Pierce, P.O. Box Petitioner has made a good &i A Free Standing Fireplace I barbecue flavor. With this new Charmglow II
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO Route 3, Box 320-A, Starke, 1030, Starke, Florida, and file ,faith estimate of value, based II
THE REGULATION AND CON- Florida 32091 Intends a valid as energy saver you can grill, roast or bake or 4
to the original with the clerk of the upon appraisal
TROL OF MAXIMUM register said fictitious name above styled court on or before follows: $500. 1w f That Burns Wood Gas barbecue entire family meals all
WEIGHTS ON STATE SECON- under the provisions of aforesaid January 10 1976: otherwise a IN THE NAME OF THE year round.

DARY AND COUNTY ROADSIN statute. Judgment may be entered STATE OF FLORIDATO .J
THE UNINCORPORATEDAREAS Larry T, Henry and Otis against you for the relief ALL IT MAY CONCERN: Or Electricity ECONOMICAL: Cooks a 4

OF BRADFORD Crabtree, Jr., co-owners. demanded In the complaint or AND TO: I complete meal for less than

COUNTY; PROVIDING A Dated this 10th' day of petition ((11 The following persona and I.,i 2t. 4

PENALTY; PROVIDING THAT November, A.D. 1975, at WITNESS my hand and the parties who are residents of the 17" ADJUSTABLE HEAT-for (ctt
THE ORDINANCE BE CUMU- Starke, Florida. seal of said Court on November State of Rorida, whose names You Are Invited To Register For perfectly controlled cooking.
LATIVE IN EFFECT; PROVID-- 11/134tp 124NOTICE 26 1975. and places of residence are set j*
j SELF-CLEANING-no
ING THAT THE ORDINANCE IS forth as far as ascertainable by j 4
a>M--ame mim an*a>aB aw----M-
CON *, FREE Gas GrillTo coals or ashes to dump.
TO BE LIBERALLY GILBERT BROWN diligent search: I "
STRUED; PROVIDING A SEV- OF INTENTIONTO As Clerk of said Court The Pentecostal Episcopal j 40 Self-cleans while you relax.

ERABIUTY CLAUSE; PROVID-- REGISTER By: Beulah M. Moody Church of God Lawtey, Rorida. hi. Be Given Away On Dec. 24 At 5 P.M. INSTANT HEATAvuiebie In either naturalor LP
.
ING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. FICTITIOUS NAME As Deputy Clerk ((2)) The unknown assigns, no lengthy warm-up gaa on direct burial or patio

Pursuant to Section 866.09 12/4 4tchg 12/25 successors in Interest, trustees .I! Fill Out This Form & Drop By Our Store DURABLE-Heavy-duty, cast poet mount. i

YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN Florida Statutes notice is hereby ,-------------- or any other parties claiming by, I aluminum construction for no-rust, .Modal. TNK-E
NOTICE that a copy of said proposed given that the undersigned NOTICETO through or against the above-. year round use l .
ordinance is available for Verne P. Odom 318 N. Walnut named organization whether I!

your Inspection at the office of Street, Starke, Bradford ALL VENDERS CURRENTLY existing or dissolved. From w il I

the Clerk of the Circuit Court, County. Florida 32091, doing SERVING THE CITY ((3)) And against all persons \ (L._
Name
Bradford County Court House, business under the firm name of OF HAMPTON FLORIDA.By and parties claiming or having '
Starke, Florida. "FLORILAND REALTY", 393 N. and interest or claim as owners j jmortgagees II \.

EACH AND EVERY PERSON Temple Ave., Starke, Bradford a vote of the Hampton City Judgment creditorsor I 4

having any Interest whatever in County, Rorida 32091, Intendsto Council on November 18, 1975, lienholders of, 'upon or '
the enactment of this proposed register,said fictitious name all Venders must obtain a purchase against the parcel of land j* $9995
ordinance should appear and baheard under provisions of aforesaid order from the city clerk described In the Petition In Bradford Address

at the time and place statute. for all city purchase exceeding County, Florida. S I i
herein i pracrlbed.BOARD Vemie P. Odom, BOle owner. 12500. This order.t'. Into YOU ARE NOTIFIED that .
Dated this 26th day of effect a* of that meeting on* r Petitioner will apply to the Court &

OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS November A.D. 1975. November 18. for an Order of Taking on

BRADFORD 12/4 4tchg 12/25 December 15, 1975 at 9:30: a.m. j City Phone. !

COUNTY FLORIDA.By Ted Curtis, Chairman, before the Honorable John E
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Hampton City Councl Crews, Judge of the Circuit 4 .
YOU NEED NOT BE PRESENT
'''Gilbert S.. .Brown, Clerk boxes guMe 12/42tchg 12/11 Court of the Bghth Judicial Occult OPtr analpationt' ;
File ,
FOR SALE:
Itchg 12/4 Court of Florida, in his office
cards.: Everything you .''------------- ew9.be.L1 .
and at the Bradford County Court- t =
WIN.
TO
----------- FOR SALE: Unpubllahed Taw-
need for fixing a filing system.AN house, Stake, Florida, at which
FOR SALE:'. Typewriter and for sale at The Office graph picture 50 cants each. time and place all parties may

Adding: Machine ribbons at The Shop. Coma sea what"' you can find.- appear before the Court and be .6.&A6&6A.6.a t &6A. ae..e..I+ ,,
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In honor of "Children'sBook H
Week the Starke Ele- 8
mentary Library, and Mar- ........... ...

garet Peek, Librarian, spon- ....... .. ... ..............
sored Day" at the -
a "Swap

school on Thursday, Nov. 20. 0e

Students children's brought paperback up books to 5 I PERSONAL SERVICE t FOR RENT J" r FOR SALE 1 HOUSES FOR. SALE CadillacOldsmobileSales BRASINGTON

from home and exchangedthem & Service

with other students at Fine Selection. Of Used

the library to broaden their Cars Taken
FOR SALE Storm On
: screen
reading scope, and generate SEWING MACHINES: All FOR RENT: Furnished and sleeping house- door, white aluminum frame; FOR SALE: Mobile home lot, Real Facts irw l c ur Cadillac Trades
keeping
interest in the library, and at- makes cleaned oiled & ad- apt.week. UnderwoodMotel sliding storm glass, stationaryscreen with well and septic tank for 2001 N.W,13 378.5301GAINESVILLE

home reading. justed, only 450. One day rooms by 301 North. practically new. Std. $100 down. Call L.G. Dail, on Real
service. Bring to ACME Highway 1tp size. $35. 200 E. Adklns 964-7581, Dempsey Motel. R 4AC4TY tf
12/4/
During the last 45 minutes of HARDWARE, 301 E. Call St., Street. tfp 1tp 12/4 Estate
------------ .
Ph. 9646163. 11/26 4tchg ------------
the school day on Friday, Nov. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom fur- ------------

21, the students read books of 12/18 nished house also 1 By .
bedroom
GARAGE SALE
: Sat. & BOOTSFor
7 COWBOY
---- Sun
their choice in the classrooms.It -------- FOR SALE: 12x64 Artcraft
VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS. furnished apt. 964-8071. Itp miles south of Starke on road mobile home, partially fur-
was a time
quiet at
very all makes, bring to ACME 12/4/ 100 yellow house on left. 1tp BABIES-GIRLS-
SES, and a nice way to end nished or unfurnished. Real estate Is always a good Investment. Rising
HARDWARE, 301 E. Call ------------ 12/4
"Children's Washer dryer, air, concrete the dollar, but real BOYS-WOMEN-MEN
Book Week. Street. Ph. 9646163. 11/26 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom prices and inflation may devalue
-
country -----------
steps 4300.9648341 or Mr. risk Involved -
There's
estate is valuable. no
always
the 4tchg 12/18 home, Fla. room, utility room, FOR SALE: 84,000 BTU Cole- BELTSIn
for
School lunch menu Milton 9648673. tfchg. purchase land at today's fair market value and it will
is ------------ range, carpet and air.. One man gas furnace In excellent sizes 1 18 to 58
week of Dec. 8-12 : ------------
HOME REMODELING< AND RE- be worth more next year.
Monday: Fish sandwich, child only $165 per month. condition $150. Ph. 473-2051. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom fur- is Important, and
PAIR: Master electrician, 9645944. 12/4 The rate of return on your money WESTERN SHIRTS
baked beans, cabbage salad, 1tp Itp 12/4 nished house 2 Yz acres land return
plumber & carpenter. Rea- ... real estate will ordinarily give you more per
----- .. INDIAN MOCCASINSat
--- -
----
apple sauce, milk. sonable rates. 964-8087. ------ pecan trees and fish pond. dollar than practically any other Investment. Just
Tuesday: Hamburger with 11/264tchg 1218BILLS FOR RENT: 3 bedroom trailer, 1 YARD SALE: Sat. 9 a.m'til 5p.m. 9645787. 1tp 12/4 price some property today, and think of what you could
CARRADINE'SLawtey
bath and
half.
964-7939 .
gravy, mashed potatoes, ------------ or Misc. Items, clothing, ------------ have purchased the same parcel for 10 or 20 years ago.
beans fruit cocktail 964-8245. Itp 12/4 baby bed & high chair. 410 E. dollars. We have an
string Now is the time to Invest your
FOR SALE 3 BR 28 Florida 782.3400
SHOP : By owner, ,
SAW ,
: Complete ------------ South Street. Itp 12/4
cake, roll, milk.Vednesday assortment of real estate, large and small, to suit anybody's
brick home double
,
Chicken saladon sharpening service, circular, FOR RENT: Clean furnished ------------ carport, 13tchg 212
: taste, and pocketbook.
hand carbide, chain, mower apartment, available Dec. 15. FOR SALE: 4.29 acres, 2 bed- partially carpeted, drapes. 3
lettuce, potato chips, peas blocks from school. Ph. 473-
half blade hollow ground and $60 per mo. 964-7767. Itp room house in country. Com
and carrots peach PREFERRED PROPERTIES
2039 after 5 and weekends
p.m.
balanced. Leave at Jackson 12/4
cheese rolls, milk. pletely remodeled in last 2 Wanted: House in good repair in the country with 3 e S 0 e e 1I
Building Supply, Starke or ------------ Other improvements tfchg------
Thursday: Spaghetti with years. Bedrooms, 1 Bath and three or four acres.
--
meat sauce, tossed salad Keystone Heights tfchg. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom mobile paved road. PK 9648436. ----- I Well Drilling I
---------- home, and furnished 12/4 .
-- garden area, 4tp 12/25
apple crisp, French bread, Wanted: Large house in country with some acreage. II t
10 x 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes excellent location. Call ------------ 2" Thru 6"
--
milk ---
FridaSpiced; ham sand- and mobile homes. $180 964.6488 after 5,30.4; mi. W. FOR SALE: Christmas trees, red m Tastefully furnished 1972 Dolphin MH with 3 BR, 2 B, I Fast Rotary II t
installed $140 uninstalled. Rd. 100.
on Itchg 12/4
wich, cheese with macaroni, cedar and sandpines. Call central heat, 2300 BTU AC, completely fenced, well
lima beans, cherry cobbler SERVICE GATOR CO.MOBILE Ph. 372-9767 HOME, ------------ Mrs. W.A. Stern, 301 S. Ph. Tan C Sear sen- landscaped, lot 101 x 199, 2 metal outbuildings, washer, I Drilling Equipment II t

cake milk. FOR SALE: Pickett Templates, 9645614. 12/4/ 4tp 12/25 freezer, garden tiller all for $14,500.
Gainesville. REAL ESTATE t tI
State Licensed
tfchg.---- Lettering guides General use ------------ ----- I
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templates Electronic, Elipso and """. See us for reasonable, convenient, building lots in the
.Awrr
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HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of Architectural. All for sale at The FOR SALE: Cast iron wood ,vrj.L.: Dalewood subdivision with city water, sewage, and :

My Neighbors arts and crafts. Also Office Shop. Phone 964-6305. heaters, 24 &28 inch at Dah- STARKE good neighbors. I Pumps I

guaranteed stereo repair. 155- mers DIscount. 10/2 14tchg Two very neat 2 BR frame -----
------------
A West Call, Ph. 9647329. 12/31 houses with ref. & stoves Both Thirty beautifulacres on Rd. 18 which could be used as t

tfchg. .... ----------- $14.000 a home site or developed. Access to Hampton Lake is New & Used
------------ - -
AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: t FOR SALEFOR 2 BR 1 bath frame with ref. & |lust across the road. Sales- t
----- PartsService
Sales, service, installation I
stove $7,500 Use your imagination commercial propertyon )
stereos, phono, ruf+l-reel, AUTOMOBILES - 301 in the heart of Lawtey. Low down payment E-Z TermsPlumbing
tapes, cassetes radios Work USEDFOR 3 BR frame cent heat/air, I
financed.
guaranteed. 155-A West Call, SALE: Masonry, cement I fenced cor. lot $19,400 owner
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964-7329. trchg. and yellow sand for lawn - Serene privacy Unique, country home with CH&A, 40 I I I II
------------ grass top soil, red SALE 2 BR frame stove & ref.
lime
clay : Chevy parts, acres fenced a cross fenced with 2 car garage, 2 ponds,
SEWING MACHINES repaired rock. Delivered. Florahome Muncie 4-Speed with hurst $13,000 Terms. 2 wells, 24' x 40' barn. Animals & equipment nego I
all makes 6592128. 11/13 4tp 12/4 - New Installation/
1 1i cleaned oiled and competition, plus shifter tiable. Owner. financed. I II
adjusted, $7. Work ------------ $150.00. Lakewood bell 8.71 acres SR-100-S $15,500
guar- -----
anteed. James Strickland, FOR SALE: Ceramics, disque, housing $50.00. 350 steel -LAWTEY- Office building 341 N. Temple Ave. Apartment in I Remodeling I II

corner Morgan Road & Hwy. greenware, used molds, crank and more. Danny rear to live in or rent for income. Price low twenties.!..
16. tfchgPOSITION Patterson, 964-8750 after 5 3 BR Alum siding, chain link I Repairs I

"Oh, stop grousing, Gertrude --..,--------- supplies, antiques, furniture, p.m. 1tp 12/4 fence $10.000 Cecelia T. Terwlllegar Reg. Real Estate Broker
We tossed for the seat bottles dishes & carnival - Resident Phone 961-5145
------------
DESIRED glass. 755 E. Main Street I Durranc.\\
and lost." : Young 2 BR frame $8,400 terms 1
you woman, 38 will live in and care Lake Butler, Fla. 10/30 Btchg FOR SALE: 1972 Ford pick-up Bob Milner Associate Resident Phone 964-6026

for elderly. 4681316. tfchg. 12/18 F100 Explorer, 17,000 miles. 2 BR frame $3,350-terms
------------ West Madison Avenue, Starke, Florida &
------------ Call Roland Stern, Ph. 964- or both for$11,125 terms 206 Pumps Supply

(I.ASSIFIKI All lUTES WILL BABY SIT IN MY HOME, YARD SALE: Sat. and Mon 454 8345. 1tp 12/4/ - OFFICE PHONE 964-7776

all ages. Ph. 9647469. 11/20 mi. N.Starke on 301. Radios, ------------ 2 V4 acre wooded lots terms Company

l 11.lttl llin<- for insertion I 3tp 11/4 clothes jewelry new items, FOR SALE: 1970 VW Wagon, - -

'1'uesda.> Noon preceding ------------ men's gold watches. Shelton A/C, has 4,000 miles on new 12 acres, fenced well, pole & BYRON E. DUCE, 864 N. Temple Ave.
WANT TO
-! .. your Starke '
Minimum children 'with''Us and relax. old green broke.. 964-5848... 1tP...,. Interior, good condition $900.' ; - 393 N. Temple Aver,
"
'hiu' '" 1,
I- Call :
( gr J.MMI) / .I i 964-6212. >1tp I
.' Hour, day or week. Eveningsalso 124L See us for Nobel Homes on your LISTINGS Farm/with' ft'. 964:7'061: "rd".t
'I( 160 A 3,300
/1\1'11 \\ords
) ------------ -------- lot. sq.
arranged. PATS DAY Its .
Each: uoril FOR SALE home. Ask about the e e S a
over I 15; ; 1968 Ford custom. brick easy
CARE. 9645610. 11/20 4tp FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand 'm LAWTEr Fit.78238O6. 4 BR. 2 bath, /j acre. Will trade
10 centsMl Good financing.
family
12/11 gun $55.22 hand guns$24.95, transportation $7,000 equity for land or some-
car. A/T, R&H, 4 dr. sedan - -
------------ 25 ; thing else of equal value.
Lissified .Ids must be automatic guns from $500. 964-5836 or 2207 L --rrr eara. ...win., A xM..r. 14V4' A. with 3 BR House. December Specials
paid for in mix mice unless! >ou WE BUY Pecans daily at the $49.95. Dahmers Discount.. Raiford Road. No Saturdaycalls 21800.
Starke Farmers Market. J.R. tfchg. 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500
hair tin established account please. Itp 12/4 - Champion -
---- ------ -
xxith Wainwright & Sons. tfchg. Home Corner Lot
the Telegraph in that ------------ 3 BR ,
.- ------------ FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts 3 BR. 2 bath Handyman special $7,500
strut >o cents exlra charge FOR SALE: 1973 Buick Regal. CB dwg. on extra - AC Autolight
'lor billing. responsible) for ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE Completely loaded including large cor. lot in City. w/swim- 2,400 sq. ft. bldg. Ready for a

i-iroi-H when nixen over the 114 Christian Street Starke, Starke HOME,SALES 964-5606., Hwy. 100 W. stereo tape deck. Beautiful car mmg pool central heat & air 4 BR, 2 lots $10,500 business on State Highway. REGULAR PLUGS
tfchg.
phone or when copy is not Fla. Thursdays and Sundays $1,000 cash or car of equal conditioning. 2BR, 1 acre $7,500 - -
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|Is peri and brought to the of- 8pm. Call 9644-5709, 964- value for my equity. Payments - If you own property outside of 69

lice. 5434 or 473-2108. 9/25 14tp FOR SALE: Fine quality beef for $110 a month. 468-1985 or 176 Acres Brooker area, some 2 BR lakefront $22,000Off county & want to sell, See Us. Ea.

12/24 your freezer. J.R. Wainwright 4681603. Itp 12/4 planted pines.
--- Ph. 964-7835 after 7 - SR-100-3()( Vernie Odom Assoc. RESISTER PLUGS
--- ---- \ ----------- BR $22,000
p.m. tfchg.REGISTER 4 BR Frame House, Fireplace 964-5476 964-7700
'MOBILE HOME MOVING Also FOR SALE: 17 ft. Central Heat & Air 12 84
: ,
------------ camper gas acres, 3 BR, 2 acres $24,500
t FOR ALl J mobile home hurricane an- electric lights, ice box, sleeps paved rd. Ea.Permanent .

choring and mobile home roof OIL COMPANY has four. Travels well, best offer. - Southgate, 3 BR $26,000

coating. din's MOBILE Home Seigler and Perfection space 4963755. 11/20 3tp 12/4 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites, Jimmy Moore'sSun
Service. 9645606. heaters in stock and ------------ 3 Antifreeze
St. Rd. now NW. of Starke Terms. Lawtey BR brick $31,000 Sports
,I-OK S.I.It"65:: calC V-6, 16W. & Jct. 233, Starke, Flatfchg ready for immediate - -
long xxheel base Standard ation.Also a few used 3 BR Frame house 1 bath 10 Keystone 3 BR brick $44,000 MORE BOAT FOR $429

fall !Nil-x723.; Itp 12:4: -- -------- in stock. See them at Install-I I= HELP WANTEDHELP acres land on paved road. Several YOUR MONEY TF Gal.

TV REPAIRS & SERVICE: Also Thompson 12/4 4tchg St.12/25 Ph. 1 out buildings. Hampton-1 V acres $9,200 STARKE PH 964-5791 Winter AntifreezeStill
- -
COURIER used TV for sale $29,95 and COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
$$600.001! up. Used furniture and ap INDIAN----JEWELRY-----at- 3 BR, 2 Bath, CB dwelling in Lawtey,- 2.75 acres $9,500 STERN DRIVE SERVICE 5225

pliances. Plumbing and bathroom special city. Gal.|
$73'0.19 Payments fixtures. Wood stoves, low prices for Christmas. Call Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,500 AND REPAIR

Send Phone or Address kerosene gas and electric 431-1765 after 5 p.m. weekdays WANTED George Roberts Jr. COMPLETE FIBERGLASS Register Oil Co.

heaters:THE BARGAIN CEN- or anytime Sat. or Sun. _Part time and full time REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER 2 canal lots, $3,300 REPAIR

C.L. P.O. Box 405, TER, 301 South. tfchg 1tp 12/4 [ Collection Person tf 964-7826 4 canal lots, $7,800 CUSTOM BUILT FIBER 308 S. Thompson St.
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Starke "p
NEEDED: Handmade crafts on OPEN NOW: We have many Call 9647449HELP 5 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe GLASS FISHING BOATS 4 T/CHG D.e. 25Olin's

consignment for new donated articles on sale Son- River $2,000/acre
business. LAKE DWELLERS. light Mission Variety Store, \
4733752. 321 N. Temple Ave., 964- UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC. 54 acre MH, terms $5,000
12/4
PERSONAL SERVICEHOUSES 1tchg 8618. Itchg 12/4 WANTED: Full time, Reg. Real Estate Broker
----------- mature, dependable person. 205 S.Water St. 7 acres in town $18,000 Subdivision
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I DISPLAY We would ----
like
: to dis-

play your paintings or art on a FOR barn.SALE Wild: Bahia hay $1.50 at Apply Exxon Service.in person.Itp 12/4 Waters National Faulkner AdvertisingPaul -Broker 10 acres, Theresa $12,500 I
& TRAILERS basis. turkeys, rmgneck
call I
pressure consignment LAKE
------------ Irene Faulkner-Assoc. II
washed with chemicals. Wash DWELLERS 473-3752. 1tchg pheasants, jumbo bobwhite HELP WANTED: Restauranthelp 964-5066 Lawtey 10 acres $11,000 I I IIl
; away dirt and mildew. Guar. 12/4 quail, Hulsey game chickens, needed for
Italian
stags and pullets. J.M. ed- new 41
anteed. Ph. 473-2213. tfchg. ------------
Restaurant in Lake Butler. fenced reasonably Peetsville 11 acres $10,000
wards, 964-5379, Starke, Fla. 320 acres, I I Is
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12/4 4tp 12/25 Apply in person at Pernini'sdaily. priced, terms
CAKES DECORATED
for
special 496.3879ltchg 12/4 - Garage business with house on sal-
occasions. Order your holiday YARD SALE: -515-;;-SouthSt. -------_--- 105' x 500*, with 2 room cottageon US-301
cakes 468.2804 FOR RENT
now before 5 ) time
HELP WANTED: Part Unto Lake Santa Fe. Per Mq water
or 964.5072 after 5. 12/4 ., Saturday, Dec. 6, from 9 Acre Loll For Rent 25"Call .
employment B700 12
3tchg 1218BOOKKEEPING a.m. until. Itp 12/4 computer - 700 foot highway 301 frontage, Sewage Furnished
operator, key punch, 10-key 125' x 135'lot with 3 bedroom US-301, 21 acres, terms
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-- -- ---AND---SECREF-- OR F: RENT: Furnished, 2 bed- adder, teletype, file systems, bath central H & A, 2900000. $35,000 Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 16 & Morgan Rd. .tl

duplex on Kingsley TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a long haul communication
TARIAL Services room apt.
done in my week, dozer work and equipment. .Ph. 964-8308. 1tp We have all other type
Lake, condition,
air private
home.
Reasonable rates, will DAILYOt'
OPFN +
dragline work. Call 468-1873 12/4 properties listed. Come in and '
dock. Call 964-5391. tfchg. (\
pick up and deliver. Judy Msj -
Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN ------------ see us. PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT %
\
------------
cally Lawtey, 782-3660. 12/4
: SMITH LANDFILL tfchg: ,WON CALLING: To sell 'L
buy or
.
2tp 12/11
F OR RENT: 12' wide mobile 10 ACRES SACKETPREALTOR
------------ Avon. Call 755-2807 or write FRED i
r ------------ homes outside limits. J.B. FOR SALE: Diamond needlesfor Loma Clyatt. P.O. Box 220 206 N.Temple(US-301) RUCTION f

BABY SITTING all ages. Call White Ph. 964-6114. tfchg. any stereo, over 247 Lake City, Florida tfchg. 10 Minutes From 9046522, 468-1642
9646821.
12/42tp 12/11 ------------
j different ones, we have them ------------ I Keystone Heights
------------ F OR RENT: Om's Subdivision all. Dahmer's Discount. SAT"DEC: 20 .10 a.m.

WANTED: Offering up to $600 1/2 acre lots, $2500 per 8 FOR SALE: Electric Pencil

cash per acre for small parcelsof month. Water & Sewage FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum; $3.98, $1,750 Per Acre- sharpeners, 3 different styles In AUCTIONS 3rd SAT EVERY

land. dose in, wooded, furnished. For information call 9x12 Unolcum 898. Also I lotorcfclesSUZUKI '1 &1" Per Mo. stock handy for home or MONTHWe
I drained. P.O. Drawer A Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. office. For sale at The Office are Now Accepting
Starke. 1tp 12/4 Homes Sales Hwy. 100 W., Hundreds to choose from at Shop.
I ____ Starke. 964-5606. tfchg. Dahmers Discount tfchg. NO LOW LAND Equipment For,Our December Sale/

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gnrrrn 11 o i rr 11 HIIMHI imnrc orn 11 ng WATSON'SHOUSEOF authorized OF Suzuki STARKE:Dealer.Your WEST REALTY CENTRAL INC. Davidson Call Us About Bringing In Your

FILL DIRT VACUUMS Phone 9646020. 304 East Call Registered Broker Mobile Home ParkIn Farm, Industrial & Construction Equipmentof

Street. tfchg. 1-378-2308. Anytime All Kinds Now

Many brands of new vacuums. ---.-------.--. Evenings Call: City Limits

Top Soil Used Expert machines Repairs all available.makes. Art 473-2039:Patray $30 Per Mo. Bring Your Equipment to the Market Place

I "'illlJir' Parts and Accessories for all I t WANTED Walk To New CONVERT SURPLUS EQUIPMENT TO CASH

vacuums. Built in f central Shopping Center ;

d 468-1873 vacuum N. Main cleaning Gainesville systems.376-7110.712. [:)cLRCTROLUX:) City, Gs.. Water A S_.*.rOn \'cENstio N Eo FLORIDA AUCTION EQUIPMENT flO/v 0fO

t IfFOR 301 South
STEPHEN SMITH ----------- \WANTED: Good home for Sales Service
SuppliesBOB U. S. 17 North Green Cove
SALE: Case pocket knives pretty yellow cat part Persian, Jolu Motel9e4481o SpringsI

STAR ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA. now at Dehmers Discount female, house broken. 964- MILNER 964-7604 I 2824389'Ph '
tfchg. 8)63.) 1tp 12/4 TOLL 'AEI ((904)284597'7JAX ) >
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December 4,1973 TELEGRAPH Page 21



School Insurance Rates To Go Up 35 Per CentForced

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to swallow a 35 The board will authorizing Wolbert to draw after deliberation and study 'J
rate increase, pay $17.38 the $26.76 monthly premiumfor fective Jan I, 1976"
percent Bradford School the monthly for each employee to this combination plan. In other action, the board up a resolution to allow, the by a committee. Douglas said
Boar has join one of these plans, an Dependents may be addedto accepted lowest bids on sale.The committee studies were Incomplete -
awarded employee group Increase over $11.95 paid per group insurance for $30.24 folding chairs, good service six lots, about three and resolution of the
Insurance for the upcomingyear employee last year. month. However, items, band instruments and acres, are located on SR 100A $8,000 deficit already incurredthis
to Liberty Life Insurance School system employeesare dependents per not be equipment for vocational outside the city limits and school year in the school

Company, the present policy offered a third option, a covered under may the com courses. have an appraised value of lunch program could not be ,; 19 4 :fr
holder and the lowest of two combination of both disability bination plan The board also accepted $17,000.advertised The for property bidding.will be resolved without further / ut

bids. and hospitalization, medical Liberty Life has now held recommendations from attorney Decision on hourly and study. The board set a
The school board rebid the and surgical and major the Bradford School system Jess Wolbert on personnel cuts to the lun- meeting for Jan 12 to hear the

insurance after less than a medical. However, the school health insurance for 8 months, precedural steps in sale of chroom labor force was committee's recom-

year because with the company Liberty imposed Life board will only pay $17.38 of and the new contract is ef- property in Lincoln City, postponed:I.for later discussion mendations.

a 35 per cent rate increase

after levels company rising too left low.claims policy paid reserve by the Cage Season Begins Friday For BHS FiveThe


The action was taken at a
special school board
Monday, Nov. 25. meetingon Bradford High Tornadoes play both offensively and a 49 point average last year players report full time on and Wayne Berry, Robert
Blue Cross, the only other Basketball team rings defensively with everybody and 51 point average per game Monday from the football Best and Darrell Moody. The
bidder, was about $3 higher down the curtain on the 1975-76 carrying their share. of the two years ago. Offensively, team: Emmitt Bright, Jay team won 22 and lost 4 last
cage season with load. Godwin, A /cox, findAndrew .
per employee per month, a home last year we averaged 62 Carter: year.Others
Returning the squad who will
according to business Varsity and JV doubleheaderwith "We have always been points per game" from team on
manager Eddie Douglas. the Gainesville Eastside noted for a good defense with The team had four key include players Milton Bilker, Willis see some include action during the
season sophomores
Rams starting at 6:30
Optional benefits outlined in : Friday
Freddie Aldridge, Kenny
the bidding specifications kept night. Hampton and AI Anderson t
bidders to a minimum and
Mike
made a lower bid difficuly for Sexton starts his Sexton said "Eastside has a
eighth season as head coach of
Blue Cross, a representative the Tornadoes."I number of letterman returning
said. from last year and will Malachi Henry former BUS star now at Southern Mississippi
The new insurance will cost have a big ball club." University was the southern Independent colleges punt
feel like
the school board $63.16 more there are 10 A/BYIII/YS+ returning leader with an 8.5 yard average. '
per year for each employee. people who are capable of Last B.H.S. defeated
year
!: may choose either starting this season. We don't
Eastside twice and
59-49 80-57.
disability Insurance or have super ball players like Malachi
hospitalization, medical and one person to get the total job Reddy Cox will start his Henry IsNation's
surgical and major medical done for us," Sexton says. second season as coach of the
insurance at school board "We have always been Baby Tornadoes.On .
expense.. fortunate to have good teamA Tuesday night the Top Small
Tornadoes travel to I

Gainesville to take on the
Buchholz Bobcats in a College Punt Returner

Police Brutality doubleheader starting at 6:15: '-"
at the Bobcats gym.
In statistics released last returning duties.At .

Last year the Tornadoeswon week, Malachi Henry, a 1972
two out of three from the BHS Henry was a memo
'tca Bobcats splitting during the graduate.. of Bradford High ber of the varsity in 1970, 71,
School and a three-year performer and
72
Complaint Made seasons as a running
regular season, winning 48-46
on the Tornado foot- back and a defensive back.
in Starke, losing 60-52 in ball team was the leading
Gainesville and winning 59-49 returner with an 8.5 His high school
punt Coach David
Herman Johnson, localNAACP The juveniles in
in the Conference
questionwere Sun tournament return Hurse of
average among
Bradford High said,
official, appeared charged by police with .
Southern independent
before the Starke City Com- auto theft and petty larceny. The Tornadoes are not a "Malachi has a world of abil-
They were involved in Starke colleges.Henry ity and am glad to see that he
mission on Tuesday night at member of any conferencethis is a junior at
its to and Bradford County and is playing for a coach who
meeting lodge a com- year Southern Mississippi University )
plaint against the city police other cities and counties with Sexton said "Buchholz has at Hattiesburg, Miss. He recognizes his ability."
department for "brutality": in getting gas from various ser- three starters back from last has been a monster back and "He could play both offense
connection with an incident vice stations and then driving WIvrt year and will be a good sized also a cornerback on defense and defense for Southern
involving two juveniles in off without paying for the gas. ball club. Against every teamwe this season plus his punt- Mississippi," Hurse said.

Lincoln City. The Starke Police charges play this year we will have
involve only the incidents in the problem of height."
The incident is alleged to the city Involving the car theft 2 Given Prison Sentences .
have taken place on Sunday and gas that was gotten The district championshipwill

morning November 23, where without paying for it in the Auctioneer and Market Manager Bob Allen takes bids on nearly 21,000 pounds of pecans at be decided by a tour-
the end of the
nament at
the youths in question the Two Bradford County men guilty to
were city. They were turned over to Nov 20 auction. aggravated assault of
involved in the theft of a 1971 the Division of Youth Servicesfor season with the district the were sentenced to prison Nov. Samuel McNeil Aug. .17,
winner
Cadillac two-door sedan disposition of their cases. playoffs. B.H.S'ls going on in a to district 24 after pleading guilty before Childers shot McNeil with
Pecan a
owned by Carl D. Minx of Prices Higher Than Previous AuctionsThe wIth St. Augustine, Clay High, Circuit Judge John J. Crews. caliber pistol near the RJE

Starke. Palatka South, and raiauva Gerald Edward Griffis, 21 school, buMcNeil
The police report at the timeof price of pecans is up 10 ing the period trom December year constitute 86 per cent of Central. The Tornadoes meet of Starke was sentenced to, injured. was not
Wallet cents for about the to the amount collected for the St. and seriously ,
the incident shows that the same time 1973 January 1974. That was only Augustine 2>' the Florida
in Divi- Crews also
2 years Judge heard
:
Bar
two entire 1973-74 season. Palatka South the
vehicle was recovered in Lin- years ago with another for seven auctions. during sion of Offender Rehabilitation other defendants
who
auction set In the four auctions this gainers have collected $33,679 regular season.Twelfth pled
coln City at 12:45: that Sunday today (Thursday, after pleading guilty to innocent to charges and will
morning with the one juvenile Dec. 4)) at 1 p.m. December 1975 to January this year, as compared to automobile theft.
face trial
Deflects in beginning Dec. 9.
auctions
in the
fleeing and the other one being Bradford County State 1976 season, the. average priceis $39,148 197374. seven Night Griffis was charged with Rickie Lee Young, an In-
38.5
cents
apprehended when the car Farmers Market 64 cent of the larceny of a 1966 station mate at Florida State Prison,
was recovered. ManagerBob There were no auctions last Nearly per Christmas goes out in from Starke Elementary
wagon -
Allen reported a 28.5 cent total poundage traded in 1973- will face a Bradford Circuit
year.Dollars fine with Twelfth
The vehicle was stolen from BulletThe style School parking lot Sept.
for have been bartered in the Court jury first in the
price dur- 74
average : pecans collected so far this 30. Griffis '
the Minx home Starke was apprehendedinLouisiana '
in on four auctions this A totalof Night It is a finish worthyof December\) trials, chargedwith
7tairsday.// November 20. r. _...p. .. year. w driving, the.,A:1iIJ:1. the flrst.degree.m\U'der I
of nuts have the time. Christmas
wallet in Starke police. 87,362 pounds Day which had temporary tags andexpired
Johnson asked
for
agency other than the police an man Wilbur Waters' back Union"Commission i Adopts: exchanged( hands this year, was the morning of the inspection sticker, of barrel Lee Wingard by I
pocket saved him from while 136,687 pounds of pecans and was returned to the stabbing and cutting with a
department to conduct an and sold two season; New Year's Day carving knife Feb. 27 at the
serious injury early Sunday were bought Starke police. Edward
Investigation of the depart- Resolution For Water Quality
the middle of it or noon; prison.
ment's Handling of the matter.MayorCommissioner morning when the intoxicated years ago. Eugene Holder 18 also
Char- driver he was arresting A spokesman at the market Twelfth Night is the night, charged with the theft, has not Ci110>flg11ti01Man
released the trigger of LAKE BUTLER-The Union navigable waters suitable for said the higher price might be been arraigned.
ley Schaefer indicated the recreation by 1983 and to eli- due to of brilliant with the innumer- to young son
Commission a scarcity pecansbetter
Waters' gun while trying to County adopted a Jimmy Lee Childers, 30, of
matter was investigated and take it out of the holster. resolution showing the minate dumping into crops, or just a generalrise able planets of Twelfth- Lawtey, was sentenced to 12 watching TV: "Son. may I
said "If you wish to file an Waters stopped Clifford county's intent to participatein navigable waters by 1985. in the cost of everything. cakes. months in prison when he pled borrow the bicycle
official
file
You complaint it in Hudson on south US-301 and a water quality and waste Also at the meeting, the tonight
writing. assured
we've looked can into rest this matter charged him with driving water treatment plan at its board granted control of the

? and, there's nothing to it." while intoxicated (DWI). meeting Dec. 1. Memorial in the old 'r------------------1
Hudson resisted arrest, and King Hospital to the
while struggling to get Hudson Federal legislation requiresthat Union General Hospital boardof .
Woman Dies In into the police car the man every region in the trustees I I
tried to.take the officer's gun country have a water quality Trustee Felton Smith came st'SI .
from him. maintenance plan which iden- before the board the
(Mobile Home Fire away making 4
Before the gun was out of tifies pollution problems on an request and saying the A I II II
the holster, a bullet struck area-wide basis and explores trustees and the hospital I
LAKE BUTLER A 35-year- Waters in the left rear pants alternate solutions. would like to have some con-
old woman died Sunday morn- pocket, glanced off his wallet The resolution authorizesthe trol over those practicing
ing in a fire which completely and put a hole in Waters' North Central Florida medicine in Lake Butler and I I- I II
her mobile home
destroyed single dollar bill, according to Regional Planning Council to Union County. 4.
Sheriff according to Union County Starke Police Chief Jimmy prepare a water quality plan The agreement allows the
John Whitehead. %
for the county.It Ii I I II
The victim, tentatively Bowen. trustees to determine who will .
Officer Larry Reddish, is not anticipated that in the old
identified as Mary Louise occupy space i- I
local monies will be used to
sheriff's Lee, .
deputy Eugene One doctor and
Pinkston, home alone federal one
was pay for the project. The dentist
when bedroom the fire broke out in the den and police arrived captain at the W.S.scene Rho- pick government 75 cent expectedto of the building.Circuit currently. occupy the I : I II
around 9 a.m. Nov. up per
shortly before the shootingand tab, if a plan is developed by Court Clerk Robert
30. A neighbor, Michael Col-
son;discovered the flames but booked Hudson in the July, 1978. That is $600,000 of Driggers also reported a I I II
Bradford County jail on
could the $800,000 alloted to north decrease in expected revenue
not the locked
into
get charges of DWI and resisting
central Florida. The distrIbutions. The
sharing
trailer before flames con arrest with violence. remaining $200,000 should board had predicted a $50,000
sumed it. taken to the I 1I I II
Waters was
come from "inkind" services share, but will be receiving
Mrs. Pinkston, a native of Bradford County Hospital, federal
from the
monies
only $37,300 a $12,700 short-
Brooker, may have been where he was released with- ANEW
government.The Driggers said the short-
smoking in bed Sheriff White- out injuries, except for a torn goals of the federal age age.will mean the county must I I II .
head said. and hole in his
pants pocket a Water Pollution Control Act be. extra careful in using
Fire fighters from Union last dollar. amendments are, to make monies from its reserve funds.
County answered, Brooker the and alarm LakeButler at I COPY 1I I II

Howard's Trailer Park SR- .
231. However, the trailer on was Heater FumesAs I I II
completely destroyed by the Spews Deadly SERVICE

blaze minutes after it began.
Mrs. Pinkston's husband I II I II
Rex was in the hospital with

arm injuries when the fire Family Sleeps Peacefullyyears
broke out.Positive.


victim will identification be made by match-of the nine-year-old ventilation the system Isn't checked out of having headaches I Quick Copies While You Wait. I II

ing dental charts to the problem in the heating system thoroughly," Davis said.It whenever the heat was turnedon I i iI
charred remains recovered .
nearly asphyxiated Starke seemed odd that the housein and, because natural gas
from the mobile home. businessman Harold Davis Green Acres Subdivisionhad takes more oxygen for its I U.| Great For Proving To Creditors That You Sent Them A Check. .
and his family as they white gas all these years and the combustion, the ventiliation I I II
THE HOME TEAM last week became
one night vastly inadequate for
problem occurred when
we' i Allows You To Reproduce From Books & Magazines
deadly carbon monoxide changed over to natural gas, the system.
fumes swelled throughout the Davis said However, Sandy Fumes leaked into the duct I I II

home. had complained over the system,drawn through cracks U| (Great For Keeping 2 Sets Of Accounting Records 1 For IRS Accounting
before dawn
"We woke just between dried boards in the .

with splitting headaches. I Driggers On State platform which supports the I Records- & One For Your Wife I II
went to the kitchen to get an gas furnace. Since air was an -J
aspirin and my wife started to .Criminal Commission outside source was not
call an emergency unit, but available, the furnace drew i
we both passed out again. It's air from anywhere it could "
Y scary to think how long we LAKE BUTLER Union find it, including the duct system I Priced I II

DL were Upon out re-awakening," Davis said., Davis County Driggers Court has Clerk the been Governor's Robert appointedto A. through the cracks. I Right. I II


and realize his what wife, was Sandy happening, did not Commission serve on on Criminal Jus- simply The ,by problem cutting was a hole solved in the I Up To 10 Copies 10 To 24 Copies 25 Copios Up I
tice and Standards and Goals
until opening the front door ceiling of the closet so the fur- ..
Gov. Reubin Askew. 8 / x11
and getting their first breathof by nace can draw an air supply 15'EI.. 12EI.. 10Ea.. ,
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Switching fresh air in from many hours.LP to The Commission is respon- from Davis the, who attic Inspects houses I 8% x1411x17 15' Ea. 12- Ea. ,10-.EI. '/' I II

DOES ME HAVE natural brought the ventilation sible for developing Imme-
gas
under in his
construction
TO KILL ME problem to a head, diate and long-range stan- position as manager of the I 30 Ea. 25' Ea.. 20- E.: I II II
BEFORE YOU BLOW Davis said, but proper ventilation dards and goals for the crimi- local Guaranty Federal .
had not been providedfor nal justice system in Florida.
THAT THING?" the heating system when It also helps determine polices branch office, says the fur-

p.WVerr the house was built eight or for the allocation of)fed- nace checked ventiliation system Is I The Office: Shop :... I II

nine years ago. eral funds provided by the now out thoroughly ,
FOR SALE: Plckttt Ttmplattt. "You would think that with Law Enforcement Assistance by him. It's a feature of .
Lttttrlng' guides, central heat it would be taken Administration and adminis- building construction with I r I ICall

General use -templates, care of in the unit, but it tered by,the Bureau of Crimi- which he was familiar before 110 W. Call St; 964<5764 ,Starke Florida E
CUctronlc. Elapse and wasn't. I don't blame the con- nal Justice Planning and last week, Davis says, but

Architectural./ for .'e tractor or the gas company. I Assistance, according to the since the close call he's very I Mr. Pooser For Free Delivery With In 25 Ml Of Starke I ,J;rL
at The Office Shop. E e other be governor. much aware of the potential .: .;
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Saturday will be a Fun Day in Starke, Among the "extra added attractions"will

and you're invited to come! be ever-popular "Bingo," which"will o


Hundreds of visitors are expected in !io.-6 "'" .,.."-. 'if II! .

town that day to enjoy and participate in .

the varied events, including the annual

Christmas Parade, starting at 10:30 a.m., dI

and the Bicentennial Flea Market to be L

staged all day along Court Street just .
east of the Old Courthouse. / ,
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Interested citizens throughout the

county have been generous in donating ,!I

articles for sale at the Flea Market, with I'

proceeds going to help finance Bicentennial -

projects in Bradford County. Volun- :: Mr- -
teer workers have been busy: all week :

pricing articles, and there will be some .r.

real bargains on a wide variety of items,

including bromiliads.everything from lawn mowersto Pear Trees Grew LargeIn

be played during the day with membersof
the Senior Citizens Club handling the Days OfLe Conte VarietyTime
There is an old saying that "one man's
.
junk is another man's treasure" and details, and a display of old photographsof --

there will be something to appeal to Starke and Bradford County set up County Agents ; ... By was when Le Conte pears were one of the most
everyone's taste at the Flea Market. for enjoyment of the public in the former 1 1-. popular fruits grown in Bradford County and were cultivated
School Board offices. Both of these ; BobbyTaylor commercially for shipping to other points.

The Christmas Parade will be the cen- attractions will take place in the Old Notebook : The above photograph, recently contributed to the

ter of attraction for the kiddies, of Courthouse, which will be open during Historical Society by !Mrs. James Morgus (the former Neva
the day. Husband),of Lakeland shows "one of the finest" trees In the
course, with His Honor, Santa Claus, George E. Pace grove before the turn of the crutnry.
reigning supreme and delighting the Despite bad conditions for Doyle Hazen Farm behind munity Center on the lake side
hearts of all youngsters. The Bradford Altogether, it should be a day to our cattlemen, the Bradford- Moody's Store on SR-100, nine in Lake Butler. A committee Mr. Pace was a member of the firm, Richard& Pace, early
High School Band will add its usual remember in Starke, and besides having Union Cattleman's Associa- miles west of Starke. headed by Ray Crawford will Starke merchants and resided In a large two-story frame
fun, those who purchase items at the tion is still active and effective have a steak ready for each house that is still standing on S. Water Street.
musical hijenks to the festivities, and in its projects and activities. Dr. Robert Sand, extension cattleman and his wife who
Flea Market will be
will present a concert of popular and helping Bradford animal husbandman from the has returned a reservationcard The two men in photo are unidentified, but one of them is

seasonal music at the Old Courthouse County do its part in observing theNation's The Association will close University of Florida, will be for the meeting. I under- possibly Mr. Pace.

alter the parade, 200th--- anniversary.- ---' '---',, out this year with probably a on hand to grade the steer stand that there will be no for-
record membership of 183. entries and to advise the 4-H mal speaker at the meeting,
Many of these cattlemen have and FFA members on the but I'm sure there will be a lot
served well on committees for steer's chances for makingthe of informal talk. Another FORESTRY-
programs and the annual 4-H show next March. This is a committee is trying to line-up .Terry Reedy
and FFA Steer Show and Sale new part of the weigh-in procedure some entertainment (possiblysome II Farm Forester "'
Jimmy Whooo! held during the Bradford and is being con- country and western IN BRADFORD COUNTY
County Fair. ducted this year to avoid feed- music) to round out a good II
ing an animal for along periodof evening for the cattlemen and I
A committee headed by time that might be gradedout
their wives. Golden Florida Trees the yellow flowers and turn
Sheriff Dolph Reddish will be of the show at show time.
from a yellowish-green to pink
\ busy Saturday morning, Dec. Officers to be installed for Valuable as Shade EyeTreatWish
and orange-red. These pods
Former ,Governor Jimmy Carter of "He certainly seems himself as deeply 6, when about 35 steers will be The Cattleman's Association -. 1976 are: Shands Howard, Florida had more fall to be clusters of red
Georgia,' now a candidate for President, concerned about human welfare, but officially entered for the show will have its annual meet- president; Tommy Hamilton colors? Then here are consider a few. ;appear flowers 'When viewed a"ta \

was catapulted into national prominencewhen refuses to trudge in the rut that wantsto next March. Weighing and ing and installation of 1976 vice-president, and Ray Nor- trees that you for might they distance.These will remain on
groweverywhere
he received 67 per cent of the bal- with that have grading of steers will be held officers next week (Thursday, man, secretarytreasurer.Directors in Florida-to the tree until late winter.
keep on past programs between 9 am. and noon at the December 11)) at the Com- from Bradford
lots in a straw vote taken at the recent failed. provide blazing color in the
County are Rex Smith, Royce The golden raintree is easily
Democratic State Convention held in fall.
and Arne
Joyner Hauger. and will
Orlando. "When he was Governor of Georgia, Three Tie In Contest Union County Directors In- These are the golden sometimes transplanted"volunteer" in an
he did something about it. He reducedthe
clude John Woodley, Maurice raintrees (KOELRUTERIA area where a seed source is
Until that time, Carter's candidacyhad state's 300 overlapping boards and Brown, Jr. Wilford Croft, and FORMOSANA) with its present.

attracted little attention from the bureaus to 32 departments and introduced Of Old PhotographsThree Jimmy Brown. State directorfor flowers and seedpods and the The Chinese tallowtree is,
1976 will be Fred Mueller.
national news media, but now it's a dif- 'zero budgeting,' which requiredall Chinese tallowtree (SAPIUM as its name would indicate,

ferent story. In the last two weeks he departments to start at scratch and Speaking of cattlemen SEBIFERUM) with its like the golden raintree. a

has been interviewed by Walter Cron- justify their entire budget, not just the persons tied for first Bank building) ; 3. Presbyterian meeting and eating, we needto spectacular foilage change. native of China. It is perfectlycold
place honors in The Tele- Church 4. Truby Stern- hardy. It is not particularas
; be and
increases in it. thinking planningand
kite, and appeared on Meet the Press, requested The golden raintree growsin
old picture contest burg & Co. (where Starke Pet initiating our winter feed- to soils and it grows at a
and Face The Nation, two prestigious published in our issue of November Center now located); 5. Starke ing for cattle. all parts of Florida, and fairly rapid rate finally
our
Drummond he Is not programs makes good landscape tree
panel on Sunday television.He Although says 27. Institute (present Woman's Most a achieving a height of from 15
programs advocating Carter's nomination-- is far Since the contest was a Club site); 6. S.J. Sternburg summer pastures are for yard or street. It is a to 30 feet. The tallow tree
has also been the subject of editorialsin now gone and cattle will needto medium sized shade tree
tie instead
to make such commitments three-way of one home (now residence of Mrs. produces inconspicuousflowers
too early
any
be fed feed
supplemental
circulation and will usually reaching 30 feet in
large newspapers, a one-year subscription, we
followed
Carrie Ritch) 7. W.E. Davis by small
--but he sees the former Governorof ; until our winter forages like
give each winner a six months height at maturity. Con-
topic for political analysts and colum- round
home ( time residence of capsules containingthree
Georgia as "a fresh figure in national subscription.The one rye, ryegrass and clovers are sidered to have a medium rate
nists. winners were' Mrs. A.Z. Adkins, now the Sherrod ready for grazing. Good qual- it well wax-covered seeds
and with creative ideas. : of growth prefers
politics, one Hamilton home): 8. E. Strong attractive to wildlife.
E.K. Ferryman, Starke; Ken ; ity hay will provide most nutrients drained soil but will tolerate
Now he is given the nod of recognitionfrom is Rivers, Kingsley Lake; and residence (later home of W.L. for grown cows if they heat and cold, acid or alkaline The color of the Chinese
"His campaign progress already Lu Rivers, Kingsley Lake. Wall family, last occupied by 10 to 20
get pounds per day. soil smoke and dust, wind
Roscoe Drummond Wash- tallowtree is when
veteran and apparent
surprising some politicians and dismaying Each of these identified. five of Charles Darby family, and drought.The leaves of the
who notes that demolished. The No. 9 if the is its shimmering leaves closely
ington correspondent, others. Governor George Wallacehas the nine photographs now However, hay poor golden raintree are much like
"Nearly a year ago I ventured to write a correctly.The picture is identified only as quality, or if hay is not avail- resemble those of the Quaking
criticize him those of the china berry of
to
lately begun sharply.In correct identification is scene" and it is not able, cattle will need about nil aspen with which northernersand
column suggesting that voters would do which it is a relative.
Iowa Democratic Carter known where this buildingwas westerners familiar.
an gathering as follows: 1. Hoffman Bros. pounds of actual protein and 4
well to get better acquainted with than of the Store where located. Any information of feed like
polled more straw votes any ( Florida Theatrenow to 5 pounds energy The raintree's leaves are
Jimmy Carter, the former Governor of big-name candidates. At a recent Democratic stands)' 2. T.A. Knight preciated concerning by it The would Telegraph.be ap grain or molasses per day. compound of a light texture, The most prevalent and the
Georgia. Now, it seems apparent that State Convention in Florida, Carter Store (site of the old Florida Free choice of a high quality and remain on the tree most of easiest to grow statewide are

the more the public has gotten to know got 67 cent of 1,035 ballots to mineral is also necessary for the year forming a graceful, the striking raintree and
per
all cattle duringthe
especially spreading crown. tallowtree. Both are
Carter the better like
him.
Jimmy they cent.
Wallace's six per winter months. Call me if recommended by the Divisionof
The color of the raintree is
have questions or would
Hotline. you Florida Deaart-
Mr. Drummond then offers this All of which leads Mr. Drummond to Household .. like to discuss your winter provided in two ways. In the ment Forestry of Agriculture and

analysis of Carter's appeal: the following conclusion: feeding program.Guaranty fall, the raintrees truly turn Consumer Services, for their
producing masses of
by Becky Glebelg golden cold-hardiness and
adaptationto
"Quite a few Democratic leaders tendto EC.sisaIW. showy yellow flowers and many kinds of soil. con-,
"When I first began my acquaintancewith Your Extend Home Federal holding them for as long as a
him, I found Jimmy Carter to be an patronize Mr. Carter, hoping he will month. ditions.

unconventional politician accomplishingsome help them derail Wallace in the South so ANSWER A hot pack Starts Series of
QUESTION: Do have Then colorful, papery pods Local nurseries can supply
unconventional they can go about the real business of you method is recommended. The
things. Information about two inches long replace these species.
else the nominee. any on "Leather fruit is preheated over heat in Historical Ads
choosing someone as "
Look
Appliques? (Mrs. J.C.) a small amount of water
,, "It seems to me that Carter refuses to ANSWER: Yes. Several different before packing into jars. The .
be the prisoner of political labels. He is "But if I were to attempt a brief profile companys recently liquid added to the jar is the With this issue of The

just about the only Democratic presi- of Jimmy Carter, I would say that introduced "Leather .LOOK juice from the kettle, made up Telegraph, Guaranty Federal CLILJ E illdw
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dential aspirant who talkes credibly politically he is a steel knife with Appliques.? There are 12 to the right amount, if neces- Savings & Loan Association I W
designs made of series of local history
100 percent with hot water bagins a I
about shrinking down the bureaucracy Southern charm, and his political opponents cotton-backed, 100 percent sary, Bicentennial ads featuring William Haas!

and bringing run-away spending under may find they are trying to cut up vinyl appliques: styled with QUESTION: Is it safe to fascinating facts about Starke Veterans Service Officer
control. the wrong man." flowers, fruits and wildlife. process food in the oven? and Bradford County.

They are on a brown simu- (Mrs. J.E.) Art work for the series is
lated leather background. For ANSWER: No! No! No! being done by Leslie Libby, of Women veterans who were Proof of marriage while in
garments, sew on by machineor Oven canning is dangerous.Jars Starke, and the first ad married and who attended training must be furnished in
hand. For craft projects may explode. The tem- features information about school under the GI Bill connection with the claim.
glue them on. Another new perature of the food in the jars Capt. Richard Bradford, the between June 1, 1966 and The additional amount for
*. .T.T T. Y W produce is stick-on appliques during oven processing does named whom the October 24, 1972, may be husbands cannot be paid to
1 which consist of a series of 11 not get high enough to insure county was eligible for a special Veterans women who trained under the
pressure sensitive rayon-cot- destruction of spoilage bac- Administration payment. other World War II and
I NIPPY ANNIVERSARY AMERICAand ton-nylon fun appliques. teria In vegetables. In announcingBthe. : Mizell Bicen- During that period, female Korean Conflict GI Bills.
who marrieddid Those who trained after
veterans were
Jr., GF president, expressed
many,many morel QUESTION: What causes QUESTION: How can I hope that the advertisementswould not receive the increased October 24, 1972, have been
my windows to fog over every make a simple bath wrap? be an important con- allowance extended to male paid on the same basis as their
\ winter? (Mrs. C.M.) (Mrs. J.G.) tribution to the success of veterans who were married. male countparts.Women .
ANSWER: If your windows ANSWER: Make a simple Bradford County's Bicen- They are now eligible for the veterans who
fog-over every winter, the bath wrap by folding one edge tennial effort, and suggestedthat additional amount, approximately proved to VA while they were
U.S. Department of readers interested in month for in training that their husbandswere
Agricul- of a bath towel (long one) to $30 a
ture suggests consider local history the ads and each month in permanently disabled
you make a casing. Insert elastic clip they were and of
several remedies. Storm win- desired length, stopping about keep a scrapbook of the series training under the GI Bill incapable self-support,
have been the
tpRIQ already paid
Co dows may help. Or Insulated six inches from one end. for future reference. while they had a spouse. additional amount. For more

single glass with Secure elastic at ends. Attach ."From time to time, the Passage of Public Law 92- information contact your local
milijF of glass.room-size Or discontinue the use self-gripping fastener ((3 to 4 series might be interrupted to 540 in October 24, 1972, made Service Office in the Cour-
pJ humidifiers to inch piece). Insert ads carrying some male and female veterans thouse.
i reduce humidifiers the output of automatic Perhaps you have asked other important message," eligible for payment of GI Bill The West Virginia Vietnam
Isis O condition until the some of these questions or Mizell said, "but we hope to money for spouses on the Veterans Bonus Office is
improves. Or use have other questions relatedto publish a considerable same basis. A recent VA seeking bonus applicationsfrom
i ,'/QN BOBG. FERGUSON JOHN. MILLER exhaust fans and dehumidifen. home economics., .If so, number of them between now ruling made this eligible veterans of the Vietnam
PuMWwrtPOMshed Or maybe just opening please contact Mrs. Becky and the 200th birthday of our retroactive to June 1. 1966. Conflict.
Mch Thursday end entered second Clan Matter M the Pat Office at Stark. Fie. under Act the curtains and drapes will Geibeig, County Extension Nation on July t, 1976.
help. Women veterans can file Application forms and in-
of MItch 3, 1879. Economics P.O.
Home : Agenc.
claims for the money at the structions can be obtained by
-
Subscription rate In trade are: 16 per year: 3.50! six months. Box 1028, Starke Florida nearest VA Office, writing to the
Regional Vietnam
QUESTION
: Can fruits be '
Outside trade area: .7 per year ... .00 six months.Prtone canned without for 32091, or call me. on weekdaysfrom A man learning has riches but there is a cut-off date of Veterans Bonus Office 604
sugar
964-8305! Starke FIe.It spe- 8 a.m. 5 p.m. at 964- within him. after whichclms AUan
clal diet use? (Mrs GJ.) 'July 1, 1976, Building Charle8tonPage ,
: 6554. -Pheedrua.r cannot be accepted WV 25301.

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z o OLI Student FTE Load Seen Offsetting School Fund Cut

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From .
Julia's a increase in the numberof heard in February of next required to pass literacy test for approval, and if all goes c program is now underway in
Floral students enrolled in year, '''might correct that before qualifying! for well BUS juniors will be,Uiyen other areas. of the state, in-
u Bradford County schools this practice, with attorneys graduation Irorn the Bradford" ,the>lest in-May. 1976. cluding.Jacksonville whore
IU year may offset any loss of predicting favorable out- School system. Any students failing-to show much of the groundwork of I lie
n funds due to state cutbacks, comes for the 22 small The plan has been discussedby Adequate basic literary skills program has been stuctil>d.
: according to SuperintendentRichard counties affected by the cost the school board, but now ,will be required to take a
:: L\rr3nfl6m8A Jockel. of living formula. Jockel is urging immediate remedial course during t the
Although nothing affirmative With enrollments up the application of the jdea.and iq. (senior year as an elective, and
UlJ z has been received quality of education should not helping to design such a test.' jtwould re-take the test before 1y
from Tallahassee, rumors are decrease, and a plan is in the The test will be designed UK graduation
circulating that a two percent works for students to be submitted to the school board .' ,Jockel said a similar testing
cutback will be dealt county 1
NZ 1'111' Jroi1II IIJ1I Im I. I'IQOIIIIEGD40EJE
school systems before the "
1' beginning of the new year.

II.N r would The mean two a percent loss of$48,080 cutback in 004(!J (! (BIJmU0UrYtJ( I tW4 ,

Bradford County Jockel said,
bbr1 adding that reserve funds in
eu already the budget'been whittled forecast down had to ACME Hardwar:.

o about $28,000<>
.q However, the first annual
E I
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shows an increase of about 100 301 E. Call St. HH 964.6163ttLYti1
students in the school system,
E C which could amount to more
Fyi than a two percent increase in
.F Mme. r 1'S funding. by Jim LawsonGAIN
::D "We'll be able to squeak
by.. If it's only a two percentcut
Special '" ," Jockel said.Inrollments. Thes. .IN TIME A DAY
!: were
in vocationalareas I Did you know that we are
TI especially high
which receive a high Fect''s ch going to have an extra day
Christmas of from the state. if we continue to follow the
3 : ;; rate funding eloGuarantee
Gregorian'calendar?
Bradlord High School shows a 25 Year
significant increase in That's correct the Gregorian -
Designs students Jockel said. b year is appro.
2 N Most surprising to the ximately 26 seconds longer
superintendent was that than (the time consumed by
the earth's orbital period.Of .
enrollment at the county's
a Living& Artificial n smallest school, Brooker had course, you won't haveto
ill increased until it surpassed Machine worry about the extra
I Hampton by 10 students. Sewing 7450 day since it will take more
.- fur a very special Results of the October study than 3,300 years for the 26
ChristmaS show full-time county F. seconds to build into a
:Ii D.erttting, Y i enrollment of 2.1119 as com- single extra day I
J S FID c -_ -I pared to a lull-time studentbody The calendar has always .
of 2.0U3\ last year. been a 'point of contention.:
HOLIDAY 9: The state allocates $745 or ROCKWELL Extra Heavy The calendar ''has' been
I 4 more to the county for each changed many times since
5 GLOW' I student, but holds back eight man first began recordingtime
cents of each dollar' becausethe DRILL ALUMINUMSETS and there are good
cost of living in Bradford arguments for changingour
BOO nOEf County is lower than in other '''''' 38"Single present calendar.
i There also
areas. are good pointsin
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PHONE Jockel said that a law suit, / rxr..., y i'r Y favor of keeping the.Gre-
which would probably be 1 S i gorian calendar.It's .
Speed good to change with

u u n BMS Report Cards fkf,;, e', ._ 'Special. way the times.to make We this believe change one Is

964-7711 i Going Out Dec. 5 6x_ 12 99 .&9" r$ 50 serve by finding our ways customers.to better

Sample.ourNservico: today
N Report cards will go out Fri-
Wire Flowers Early day December 5, at Bradford
in inc Middle School, two days later
than the Dec. 3 date called for
in the 1975 school calendar WE SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS OF
JULIA'S FLORIST according to Principal Len-
I nard Register SEWING MACHINES & VACUUM CLEANERSIQOIMIEODmCI STARKE nORIUA ''

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mz: 224 N. TEMPLE AVE. 964-7711. .. tional time to grade six-
weeks tests and to record
m
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report
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Page 21 TELEGRAPH December4.


I St. Edwards Church Makes Christmas Plans St. Mark's Pine Level Teens Visit Bob: Jones U. In S. CarolinaOver


Rev. Richard Bowles, pas in progress with profits projected choir: participating in the St. the Thanksgiving Day were the sponsors of the trip:' sons served, the Turkey Bowl
tor of St. Edward's Catholic toward the Building Augustine Diocesan Eucharistic holidays, six young people Mr. and Mrs. Richard Game (school championshipsoccer
Church, outlined plans for the Fund. Congress held in Jack Church from the Pine Level Baptist Wheeler of Lake Butler were game), the world
Thanksgiving and Father Bowles announced Church visited Bob Jones Uni- also famous Art Gallery and
Liturgy sonville's Coliseum on Nov. 23 Church. ...d E..( Jackson St...,. sponsors.The
preparations for the Advent plans for a Parish Penetential \were:, Mrs. Richard Coss, THE KBVVIOHN M. FLYMN. r versity in Greenville, South holiday comprised of Museum, then the planetar
and Christmas season at the Service on December 17 at 7 Mrs. .Victor Ashline, Mrs.- Carolina. Shakespear's light-hearted ium showing the Christmas
Parish Council meeting Mon- p.m. when parishioners will I Richard Richards Mrs. The young people were comedy "Much Ado About message' in the stars. The
day night, Nov. 24. have an opportunity to pre-- Jimmy Moore and Mrs.J Lester Thursday, December Choir 4th Danny Durant Carl- Nothing," and"The Creation"by young people stayed in the
Members were invited to pare spiritually for the Christmas Humphries. Also attendingthe 3:30: p.m. Junior (1; ton, Nugenti naker, Robin Franz Joseph Hayden pre- dormitories to see what Chris-
attend the Ecumenical season. Congress with Rev.. Practice, 7:30: p.m. Senior ... Milner, Kathy Starling and sented by the University Orchestra tian College life is all about.
Thanksgiving eve services to President Richard Welty Richard Bowles were: Mrs. Choir Practice. ru. Cynthia ,Thornton. Youth and Oratorio Society. All had a great time and two
be conducted at the First appointed Mrs. Michael Gil- John Samons, John Samons, .SundaYi December Eucharist 7th-8 9:45::30 CQ..Jl Pastor and his wife, Mr. and Thanksgiving Day events mentioned about returningthis
Methodist Church. hooly Mrs. Lester Humphries' Donna Samons, Mrs. Victor y : Mrs.. Gary Wheeler, are included the Thanksgiving'Banquet next fall to start school at
Church School 11:00
Members were requested to and Francis Meng to serve on Gingras, Mrs. Clermont a.m. Eucharist. : alumni of the University and with over 6,000 per- Bob Jones University.
the Nominating Committeefor a.m. Holy
collect usable and salable and Mrs. Francis Men's
the of presenting a Bizier, Mr. Monday December 8th Sunday: Baptist
items for the Bicentennial new slate purpose of officers at the Meng, Mr. and Mrs. William 2:30p.m.: Girl Scout Troop No. Breakfast, 7:30: a.m.; Sunday
Celebration planned in down- next Parish Council meeting. Vogeney and daughters School, 9:45: a.m.; Morning ObituariesRudy
town Starke on December 6. Mrs. Teresa Aston assisted 614.Wednesday, December 10th Worship, 11 a.m.; Church
Reports were given on the Choir Members'' Father Bowles and Mrs. No. Training, 6:15: p.m.; Evening Mae ConnerMrs.
Brownie Troop
Saturday night Bingo games Present Program Samons in constructing the St. 2:30: p.m. Worship, 7:30: p.m. Arthur W. SargentArthur Mildred L. Gatlin
and the 50-50 Raffle currently Members of St. Edward's Edward's banner which was 311. Monday: Girls Ensemble,
6:45 Youth Choir, 7pm. Ruby Mae Conner, age W. Sargent, 69, of RAIFORD Funeral ser-
carried during the offertory : pm.;
71,of Starke, died Wednesday, Orange Heights died in vices for Mrs. Mildred L. Gat-
Union
Adult
('1lGrlG4t: fCUtCllrld K41[ ltw'dfClrfG'4'GhtWAf: ftllt311fC11fi11fG\tC{ : } parish procession banners.along with other NH'.L6VE Christmas; Party Training at the homeof Nov. 26, in North Florida Gainesville Saturday after- lin were Nov. 26at2:30p.m.: at

r ao Pierce, Regional Hospital at noon, Nov. 28. the Raiford Baptist Church.
A Christmas Club Check M George 7pm. Gainesville.A The Rev. Walters offi-
Thanksgiving Mast wens Tuesday: Junior Choir, 3:30: Mr. Sargent was born in Hugh
of
lifetime resident Gainesville on March 4, 1906. ciated. Burial was in Sapp
tit Adult IV Sunday School
Rev. Richard Bowles con pm.; Bradford County, she was He automobile Cemetery.Mrs. .
was an
r For ducted a special Thanksgiving uw Christmas Party at the homeof born on May 12, 1904, the mechanic and a member of Gatlin, 58, died Nov. 30
(;-r Mass Thursday morning when George Pierce, 7 p.m.; Walton
s caws daughter of the late the Episcopal Church. in St. Luke's Hospital in Jack-
the youth of the parish' led the Lottie Moon Group Christmas and Maggie Norman Clemons. sonville after an extended ill-
r-;;. Survivors include his wife,
and In the Party at the home of Mrs.
singing participated of Pine
member
She was a ness.
1 1976 Sarah Lewis two sis-
The C.N. Christy, 7:30: Sargent;
p.m.
II ;t sanctuary wasdecorated Level Baptist Church. She was a legal secretaryand
ters Mrs. Work of
: Mary
with the help of the Wednesday: Family Night
Surviving is her husband, J. a member of Raiford
youth and consisted of chry- Service Schedule:, Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday Leon Conner one daughter, Orange Heights and Mrs. First Baptist Church.
Will it santhemums and fall leaves.A Sunday morning Bible Hour School Workers Meeting Mrs. June ;Peterson, Lake Christine Hart of California. Survivors include her
lar ) was 10 a.m., Sunday morning RA's, GA's Acteens, two Glenn L. Funeral services were held husband, William J. Gatlin,
City sons,
beneath altar con- Worship Service 11 a.m. ; 'Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 2, at
Mission
1 placed the Friends, Friends 6:45: Conner, Orlando, and Doyle Raiford; three daughters,
v Make laming fruits, vegetables and Sunday Evening TrainingHour p.m.' Hour of Power, Business Conner, Tallahassee; two the graveside in Windsor Mrs. Susan Schwartz, Chesapeake -
.
It nuts which were locally pro- 6 p.m. Sunday evening Meeting,7:30: p.m.; Adult brothers, Roy demons and Cemetery with Rev. John Va.:, Miss Lucy Gatlin
duced. Worship Service 7 pm. Choir, 8:15: p.m. Walton Clemons both of Scott officiating. DeWitt C. San Rafael, Calif. and Miss
Wednesday evening Visitation Jones Funeral Home of Christine Gatlin, Raiford her
During the offertory procession Thursday: 9:30: Mrs. Key- ;
Starke sisters
Your ar parishioners brought Worship Service 6 p.m. a.m.; Visitation 7 p.m. ; two Ruskin, and stone Heights was in charge of parents Mr. and Mrs. L,F.
1 \\ gifts of food items to be distributed Radio Broadcast over Saturday: Bus Ministry Retha Morgan, arrangements. Barrs, Richmond, Va.; three
It to the needy of the area. WPXE Sunday morning at Visitation,8 a.m.; Youth Visi Mrs. Melba Hatton, of sisters Miss Evelyn Barrs,
Sneads; ten grandchildren, Salem Va., Mrs. Vivian Abra-
\ 8:45 tation 1:30 '
: a.m. : Sha
p.m. NesSmith '
Shopping. ,First Presbyterian Roman Alvarez, Pastor. and one great-grandchild. Wilma ham, Berwyn, III., and Mrs.
; Funeral services were held LaVerne Christensen, Gun-
Wheeler, Youth Pastor.
Church ScheduleNorth Gary"The Country Church With at 3 p.m. Friday in the Pine WORTHINGTON SPRINGS tersville, Ala.James .
FIRST ASSEMBLYOF Level Church with the
t Baptist Funeral services for Mrs.
Cherry Street the Heavenly Message, GOD Rev. Roman Alvarez, L. Beers
Sooooo pastor Wilma NesSmith Shaw were
located three miles west of
It Sunday School 9:45: a.m., First Assembly of God will officiating. Interment was in Nov. 28 at 2 p.m. in the Sardis
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Dr. Starke on SR-100. have a church bazaar Satur- Crosby Lake Cemetery with Baptist Church of Worthington LAKE BUTLER Maj.
James R. Bullock, associate Visitors always welcome.FOR day, Dec. 6 at 10 a.m. at the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Springs. The Rev. Edgar James L. Beers, 63, died Nov.
pastor, Riverside Presbyterian Bradford Shopping Center on Home in charge. Albritton and the Rev. P.R. 28 in Stratford, Conn. from'an
Easy Church, Jacksonville, will Highway 301.Featured In lieu of flowers, con- Graham officiated. Burialwas apparent heart attack.
r bring the message. SALE: Magnifying glasses will be handcraft tributions may be made to the in New Hope Cemetery in Graveside funeral services
''If tt'tt Choir Practice Thursday of all sizes with handles. At The items for sale. The bazaar will Florida Camp for Diabetes at Alachua County. were Nov. 30 at 2:30: p.m.. in
7:30: p,m. Office Shop.Need also have games,a cake walk, Melrose. Bethlehem Cemetery, with
A I refreshments and horseback Dr. David C. Hall officiating.
Mrs. Shaw, 58, died Nov. 26
riding. A special feature in Connecticut, Beers
tit very H.A.AnthonyHarry in Alachua General Born
Hospitalin
?4 M will be a magic act that will was retired from the Army.
Gainesville after
FDiC Cash run every hour starting at 11 an ex- lie was a World War II vet-
a,m. A. Anthony, 87, of tended illness. A life-long resi- eran, vice president of AARP,
Bring the children and let Starke, died Wednesday, Nov. dent of Union County Mrs. and a member of Heights
R Loans Up to '2500 them be 26, in Melbourne following an Shaw was a retired empioye of Baptist Church
entertained with all
ri>> Smart People, Know How Easy Our Christmas Club It the and horseback rid- extended illness.A Copeland Sausage Co. She wasa He is survived by his widow,
Can Make .. TownFinance games member of the Sardis Baptist Mrs. Mildred McCall Beers,
Holiday Shopping.
Rather Than Being It ing while you shop through the retired he Church. Tampa; one brother, Don,
was
Confronted With Huge Christmas Gift Bill All At Once,.v,.{ hand crafts. born June surveyor 16, 1888 in New Stratford Mrs. Rosemarie, Conn.; Rogers two sisters andMiss

r' -SAVE A LITTLE MONEY EACH WEEK- > 'tt York City, and had lived in She is survived by two brothers Carol Beers, both of Nor-
>> And Then FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Starke for many years. Henry NesSmith, Jacksonville wich Conn.
Just Before Christmas You Get A Check For tt 226 N. Temple 964-7749 STARKEDon ,
and Mabra D. Nes-
r All The Money You've Saved.",., It Income Tax Preparation D.Staton, pastor Survivors include one step- Smith Lake City; seven sis-
Sunday School. 9:45: a.m.; daughter, ,Mrs. Juanita ters, Mrs. Alma Le Grone and PinkstonLAKE
SMART PEOPLE SAVE FOR CHRISTMAS AT Your Local Travel Agency Church service, 10:45: a.m.; Williams Farnsworth, and one Mrs. Ruth Jamerson, both of Mary
Youth, 6 p.m.; Evening step-son, Bascom Williams, Worthington Springs, Mrs.
SIIU Planned Tours Anywhere In The World Worship, 7:15: p.m. both of Big Cypress Indian Annie Pearl Crawford Lake BUTLER Funeral
Commum7utjanlt 0/ d Bible Study, Wednesdaynight Reservation near Clewiston. Butler, Mrs. Mamie O'Steen, services for Mrs. Mary Louise
Call For Information 4T 7:30: p.m.HHMMMMMM.. Burial was in Conner Ceme- Providence, Mrs. Essie Pinkston were Nov. 25 at 3
tery with DeWitt C. Jones Blitch, Trenton, Mrs. Corrie Mt. Zion Primitive
... ... ... .:' Funeral Home in charge of Dukes, LaCross, Mrs. Bernice Baptist Church. The Rev.
Hillard Countryman officiated. Burial
Gainesville.
arrangements. was in Mt. Zion Cemetery
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DeWitt C. JonesFuneral morning.She
is survived by her hus-
{t band, Thomas Pinkston, Lake
Butler; her parents, Mr.. and
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Home Mrs. J.V. Edwards, Brooker;
I {t two sisters, Mrs. Sally Benton
e and Mrs. Zona Sue Gainey,
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{t Mrs. Sally Benton and Mrs.
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