Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Sweetest Strawberries; ,This; Side Of Heaven

97th Year STARKE. FLORIDA IS Cents
21st Issue Thursday, December 11,1975 Copy

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Year-Round School .



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assault complaint was Possibility of a year-round school term was proposed by "Ive been thinking about this for 10 years" Hall said
filed Dec 4 against Bradford Bradford School Board member Rodney Hall at Monday adding that the advantages of better use of time and space
County Road Superintendent night's meeting, as a subject for study. together with lowered classroom loads, might outweigh the
Leon Ellington for striking an negative aspects of such a move.
employee shortly after firing The Parade Begins 'board Although the idea did not receive much support from fellow "There is difficulty in deciding how FTE fits. However,
members Superintendent Richard Jockel agreed to there are others on the system, and we can find out," said
hini.Daniel Callan, mowing With the BUS Marching Band, which won superior ratings recently at the regional band research other counties in.the state practicing the year- Superintendent Richard Jockel. referring to how year round
round determine
to its
machine Operator, said the contest. system feasibility school would affect state funding of local schools.

reason given by Ellington for 't! High school science teacher
the dismissal after 15 months David Brooks
''' lIuggl'sll'dpulling
employment was leaving \ 11" Board teachers to sea how
work early. The charge was L HearingOn they would feel about the
not true, Callan said, and he year-round system.
became hostile and Hoard member Arthur
threatened the boss. Gaskins noted that the
"Yes, I did hit him, but hewasn't _a Tap Dec. 18 might be too expensive,mow with 1 I
when it
an employee utility rates higher lorsummer
happened and it was not on
air conditioning.
work time.. What I've done, a "Education is expensive all
I've done legally and because the around
way no matterhow
I had to. I was provoked," "
it Hall
>ou approach
Ellington said.Ellington Dampier CaseWilliam countered, adding that one-
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said that Callanwas
J third more students could
warned prior to the firing i 7wbll utilize the same amount of
that he would lose his job by E. "Billy" Dampierwill refused Monday night to granta classroom space now used
returning to the maintainance And I Want. face the Bradford County request for a delay of the thereby lowering class loads.
shop prior to quitting time. Santa pauses before the School Board next Thursday, hearing until January, Hall finished Yo ith a letter of
The Incident occured shortly parade to listen to the Dec 18, in a public hearing on although attorney Jesse appreciation to administrative -
before official starting time wishes of one of his charges of misconduct in Wolbert advised that Dampierwas secretary Joan
for county road employees youngest followers. office as an employee of the entitled to some delay., Hurst lor her assistance and
Thursday morning around board. "Thirty days notice is "attention to details" during
7:10: the complaint states I has been enough," said board member I Hall's term as chairman of the
Callan said he was seeking ..::.. "' /'. suspended, from his teaching J.T. Parrish. noting that Ixiard
restitution for the act because 6 Elected '
," 'V' post at Bradford Middle Dampier had requested In thinking saving money
Ellington had informed all \k 1":1'I'; 5\f' '\ ,.. School since Nov. 18, when earlier that the hearing be and encouraging use ol schoolcaletcrias. ; ;
employees that they would ""14 ... : :I1/ l'r' : 1 .,; ....'I -' ,', Superintendent Richard held as soon as possible. \particularly at the
'To S'i lid ,. at.litt tiSr .. rJyutiA"Come .
lose their jobs by fighting BoardOf "I;t. r Jockel officially brought the A form from Briggs and high school business affairs
"I've been here 19 years. charges before the board. Stratton Company, signed by manager Eddie Douglas
Told Me Pa-rum-a'
Any time two men have been ,They Pa-rum-pa-pum-pum. is
Dampier charged with Dampier Nov. 13, 1968. suggested I Hut t schools oil or a
fighting they both lost their ChamberSix receiving a gasoline engine In specified that the breakfast -
First place float In Saturday's Christmas parade, sponsored by the Starke-Bradford propertywas program.stateluiulod
)jobs, Ellington said. 1968 intended for educational "to be considered a gift to A :34 cent
County Chamber Commerce ,
r loHL.Wllliams. of was this animated nativity scene depicting the fable of
In letter to ,
a -new' members of the "The Little Drummer Boy." The Creche may still be viewed at Amerton Family Sound. purposes, failing to inventory the school and not the, individual breakfast"would! include
Sr.. assistant director to the Chamber of Commerce Boardof the property on school teacher," Dampierwas juice, donuts or toast
I55A W. Call Street, which won 165 for the entry built around the theme "Love Is all you orange
Florida Mediation and Conciliation Governors were announced have to give." records, and keeping it in his then instructor of and milk \Douglas said Tinprogram '
'Service/ : Callan 'last week to serve three-year. ,' Head Start wofftectmd place In the float Judging, and First Baptist Church third place. possession on his premisesuntil I agriculture at the Bradford- would l he ollered on a
reported that he. threatened terms More pictures of the Christmas parade will be published In The Telegraph before discovered last month. Union Vocational "Technical" l break-even basis for (Inboard
Ellington and called him a ,John Bradley Jr., a loan Christmas as space permits The board unanimously Center, but1 ill increase efficiency .
liar."He company executive, and Ken The alleged violation was ol the euleteria
could put a stop to this Platt general manager of the revealed when the engine was system workers and encourage -
fighting right now if he's makean DuPont operation in Bradford offered by another person for students to use UKcalelenati. >
agreement. All we want is County, return to the board fora LB Councilman 'Thomas sale to a local businessman .
job security and" better second term. who noted markings on the A committee studying ways
working conditions,, Callan Jim Poole, a motel property and returned it to the to bring the school lunch
said.Callan manager; Ed Ripplinger, a Vo-Tech school, where it was program out ol the red has
said he has hired an service station operator; Paul not listed on inventory.The met I three limes, the committee -
attorney to bring suit againstthe Stegall, a dry cleaner matter was brought to reported ..lI1d1 III
county to get his job back. operator; and Dolly Simpson, Defends Street PavingNext the attention of Superin-' come before I the hoard ith a
serve a first term on the board '"staff member" Jockel said. its.Ian./ 12 1111'1 lng. The school
beginning in January.A ., Jockel and Dampier met lunch program reported an
committee seeking a new LAKE BUTLER-City request of the Union County which includes the SE Seventh county to prepare the SE with a member of the SK.IHHI' deficit at the end of the
vTJr Siiuw) iTricr vice-president meets Dec 10 Councilman T.S. Thomas Taxpayers Association, which Ave. area., Seventh Ave. area for paving., Professional Practices first three months ol school.
to interview seven applicantsfor went before the Union County indicated Thomas was Controversy surrounding The county, which operates Council PPC I ) Nov 12 to Also in discussion of the
the position vacated by Commission Dec. 2 to defend directing land improvement paving of SE Seventh Ave. clearing equipment not owned determine procedure in the cafeteria system, the board
John Myers. Myers an- his use of county road operations in the SE Seventh arose at the city council by the city, allows life city to civil suit. unanimously agreed to rent
nounced his retirement from equipment in paving city. Ave. area on Oct. 1, before the meeting when the Union use the equipment for street Investigation of I he case has modular classrooms /Irom I Instate
the, position in November, streets. city authorized the area for County Taxpayers paving as long as it is not been conducted by the to be used as a middle
drJ effective before the end of the "I I want the commission to paving OcJ. 7, Association charged that placed on private land. superintendent under Kchuul.\'o.I'h I I school I
/ year. Myers said that one of know that those streets were Thomas asked the city to The Taxpayers Association authority of Florida Statute cafetonum.
the applicants may be chosen cleared and cut on city, not Thomas cited minutes from prepare streets for paving further alleged in October that 231.36 which outlines The lour units, arriving in
after the Wednesday Interviews private, property," Thomas the July 8 meeting of the city that had not been approved by Thomas directed installationof procedures for violations of ,JdIlUII'll'l' borrowed on a
said. council, showing that per. the council.. water and sewer servicesto the Code of Ethics. loan agreemenl and l'.IIIIIl' sal
Dudley Hardy has agreed to The statement was made in ,mission was given on that dateto On Oct. 1, a letter from the area without a vote of At the hearing, the board up in a da\. .lockel said. Tinhuildings -
serve as, president elect for answer to a recent Investigative clear street rights-of-way in Thomas was received by the council. The council approved will sit as a jury to determinethe will Ix.- insured bur
1976. report made at the the J.W. Townsend Addition, county commission asking the water and sewer extensions truth of the charges. and S48.(HHt un the annual basis in
Oct. 13 stipulating that lines' under oath to avoid media which they are leased.
BU.A.RC.INC. would not go past existing messages and refrain Irom "It's a beautiful set III)."
MEETING7:30p.m. residences on SR Seventh talking about the case until all .lockel said ol the modules,
PERC Investigator Probes Charges Ave Taxpayers Association the evidence has been which can be separated\ toprovide
Bradford School Bd. President John L. Shadd said presented. All proceedingswill j classroom space.In .
Administration Bldg. that extending the lines southof be public, including i espouse to the slate's
----- existing residenes was deliberations, according to request t lor a list of bllildlll1)I'wI'ilies )\
CHRISTMAS CONCERT meant to benefit Thomas' son Wolbert. (capital I out la,
BMS Gym' Power James who had recently If the board finds Dampier projects* a l'UIllIIUtll.'l'Iai..
SI ..dulls Brought By City Employees purchased the property. guilty of charges, it must then brined! which will report )Dee,
50 cents children Private investigatorcouncil. decide if the violation is 17.
----- The council approvedof grounds for dismissal of the Among\ other projectssuggested
FAMILY NIGHT An investigator for the number 1205, indicates at the Jack L. McClean of PERC in Smith met with City Clerk existing residences was teacher by various !schools
DINNER Public' Employees Relations end of the meeting the com- Tallahassee."A Merrill Edwards, Mayor- 15 at request of the taxpayers The PPC. which also has building col'a 'new bus Uirn.
7p.m. Commission (PERC) came to mission voted ,. 4-1 with recommendation on my Commissioner Charley Association Attorney Selig jurisdiction in the case, will bleachers for the football
Stark Womans Club- Starke on Monday to in- Commissioner Harold Epps findings will be turned over to Schaeffer, City Attorney Goldin. due to "alleged later conduct a separate investigation -' l held, covered walks between
Clubhouse vestigate a complaint filed by voting against the proposal to McClean at the completion of George Pierce, and Bond conflicts of interest between to determine' school buildings\ and fencing
----- the International Brotherhoodof reject the entire contract my investigation," he said.: Trustees Chairman Cliff officials of the City of Lake IN'C' fate :U \1 as discussed. The committee
RUMMAGE SALE Electrical Workers Union proposal.The If violations are found in a Hazen. Butler and their private includes Ixiard members J.T.
Dec. 13 IBEW( ) number 1205 againstthe commission indicated complaint under the laws Since the meeting by Smith holdings in that city, with I'arrish. Art llolhday and
9am.. Clty..II' City for unfair labor when it rejected the union governing Public Employees with the city officials was particular attention to obtaining -' Early Christmas Arthur Gaskins: a teacher
HamptonFISH practices in negotiations request for the 10 percent Relations Commission which "confidential" no one, from evidence documentingany "representative: general
---FRYH.mpton-- ,wages during the past year. raise in pay, that other city became law on Jaa. I, 1975, a the union was asked to be misfeasance by the city Asked services manager Jesse
Vol.' employees were granted a formal hearing is set up under present at the meeting at City officials" according to the. Mailing ) Moore and principals.
The charges were filed by five percent increase in pay the terms of the statutes.' Hall. investigator's report. The board to
Fir Department the union who represent the and the City of Starke could The report was turned over Postmaster T.C. Hazen Jr. learn that one capita outlay
4.O p.m. workers at the Starke Power not afford to grant all the to Goldin on Oct. 29. urges immediate mailing of project would be completed
$2.50 -adultstl.50children Plant. The complaint chargesthat employees a ten percent increase "It is my understandingthat all domestic Christmas: cards u ithout expense to the state or
,. the Bond Trustees who In wages Hearing Wednesday the attorney has turned and parcels and ,encouraged the county,
under 12 are appointed by the City the report over to the assistant customers to help expedite .A concrete slab 45' x 90' will
music by Commission offered a 10 PERC'' Investigator Rodney state's attorney for further delivery by using ZIP Codes. be constructed on the west end
Hank Lott Band percent raise in pay to the Smith came to meet with city investigation," Shadd said. "Although most of the of the Southside Elementary
. '-a II you can cat union at a meeting on June II, officials three hours and ten On KH Sewer Proposal The investigator's report suggested mailing dates for campus at an expense of
----- 1975. The complaint said the minutes after the time for the also looks into possible domestic holiday mail have $1.600 to the Southside PTA.
CHRISTMAS PARTY union then accepted the session was scheduled to Wednesday Hearings. Any other in. misfeasance activities by passed" he said, "all cards The organization raised the
Dec. IS proposal.The begin on Monday.He December 17, at 9 a.m., an terested parties will also be ..INc' gifts and other holiday mail money through a recent candy
Elks and Elkettes complaint Indicated the issued a statement to the administrative hearing on the given an opportunity to speak. Page :3j deposited in accordance with' sale and received approval of
Meeting 7 p.m. union believed the wage issueto press that he would meet proposed construction of a our local standards and construction Monday night.
Supper 73O p.m. be settled until going backto privately with those involvedfor sewerage treatment plant and The hearing was setup after Special MeetingSet bearing ZIP Codes will be The area will be used for wet-
----- i the commission at their the city as he termed the ,effluent spray irrigation petitions submitted by CLEO In'Ue delivered by Christmas Eve," weather play.
CHRISTMAS PARTY semi-monthly meeting on July, Investigation "Confidential." for the City of showed it had a right to be "In view of the excellent In other action Monday
and dinner 15, 175. / Keystone Heights will be heard. CLEO Is an association The Union County School cooperation received from night the board:
Country Club The He did to meet with conducted at, the Bradford made up mainly of residents
complaint Indicates agree Board will meet Monday night early mailers so far this year, .ISP! I Page :J>I
I *:30p.m.Dec.17 that another' meeting was the press and at a short County Courthouse in Starke. residing on Crystal Lake who with its attorney' Wayne we are confident that holiday
scheduled for October 7, 1975 conference; "because of the Representatives from'''the oppose the site of .the treat- Carroll to discuss ''a pending mail deposited immediatelywill Heiken Wins TV
CMfMtyO" and that the City Commission specifics of the prima facia Crystal .Environmental. ment plant. 'suit with SuperintendentJames be delivered in time for
wanted to start renegotiations investigation that it was Organization' (CLEO), the The hearing'officer has up Cason. Christmas," Hazen said. Virgil F Heiken, Sr won a
mIJr (>Uoramunllytatc of the entire contract inappropriate at this time to City of ,Keystone and the I to 30 days to review all facts in The board filed the action Last of the suggested television set in the raffle
&' Sank Minutes of a special comment on the matter," Department of, Environmental -, the case and thenr will made when Cason issued a mailing dates for domestic sponsored by the Starke
.. meeting of the City Commission Smith said., Regulation recommendations to DER. A memorandum advising greeting cards within the 48"mainland" Shrine Club I>ec. 6. The
"' .........Now'Imur*U", on Oct 13 decision will then be rendered presentation was made ul the'
.. 0,-, 1975 with (DER) ,will testify at the teachers they should not leaveat stateaand Alaska
..._..bpi/l T ... vur...c.c_ A.J.. Watson, business 'Smith Is an attorney on the' hearing scheduled by the by DER on whether to issue or 3:30: p.m. as School Board and Hawaii is Monday, .Dec.I I end of the parade at House of
manager, for the IBEW local staff of Acting General Consul Division of Administrative deny a permit for the project had voted. 15.. Hobbies., IIH S, (all Street.

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:! TELEGRAPH December 11.1975

Woman's Club Family Night Friday, Dec. 12 -

The Woman's Club of Starke and guests are invited to at The Junior Woman's Club ;
will have family night and tend. will honor the members of toe gThi :SPectaly 64ide l- ?TA I
I covered dish dinner Friday, senior Woman's Club with a
Christmas tea on Wednesday,
December 12, at 7 p.m. at the Reservations may be made j
clubhouse. December 17, from 3:30: to 5
by calling Mrs. V.J. Spengleror Cuter
at the clubhouse. ,
Members, their families p.m. .
Mrs. John Torode. .
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. Junior Club To Hold Bridge Luncheon Dec. '17 Celebrate |
American Legion Christmas Party Ulyss S. Rhodens To ,
The Junior Woman's Club For reservations call Chris will also honor the senior f
I will have a bridge-luncheon Wilson, 964-8210. Woman's club at a Christmastea Christmas Party Set Dec. 17 50th Anniversary Dec. 21 I l fl
Wednesday, December 17, on Wednesday, December children.All .
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Junior Woman's Club 17, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Set For SaturdayAmerican At Country ClubThe r ;Sr relatives and friends are J

Little WomenThe To Have Called Dec. 15 invited to attend. j
Meeting Legion Post' 56 Starke Golf and Mr. and Mrs. Rhoden were {.
will have its annual ladies will hold in the home of the
Club a married .
of Christmas Country
Little Women's Club exchanging Final will be made for
I plans night dinner at the Post home,
covered dish and late Judge J.N. Milton in I
'gifts on Monday, December
will have a called meeting and the Christmas formal which
720 Edwards Road, ''
Saturday Christmas party next Wed- Macclenny In December, 1925.
Christmas party including 15at8p.m. will be held December 22. 'j
night, Dec. 13, at 7 p.m. nesday, December 17, at 6:30:
All members of the Post and
rI atalreruwuwns.wrrronn rw>IwawMwMrnawalaJrrnrsrlr wwio wrsws arMal.altlrlrurrrrataltlrruw' their wives are invited to p p.m.Santa will be on hand to ,:
attend, according to Post greet the kiddies. BIRTHS
From Commander Bryce C. Titus. Members are asked to bringa
0- Registration will at
begin covered dish
I 6:30.: Dress will be casual. Mr. and Mrs. Charles AginI
First Vice Commander Bob I of Kingsley Lake announcethe
ANCYPhone Paterson and C.J. Schaeferare UD.C. HoldsChristmas birth ,of a daughter,
in charge of the food, and LuncheonThe Cynthia Leigh, born
also the entertainment November 30 at St. Vincent's
I : ". THIS' CHRISTMAS following the dinner. W.T. Weeks chapter, Hospital. ,
Qao!JIJJ(3li( Finance Officer Bill DAR Award U.D.C., held its Christmas Grandparents are Mrs.
Scoggins said there is no luncheon Wednesday, Doris Agin Thompson of
964-5792 Starke Plaza charge for the dinner. All Presented To December 3, at the Woman's Mr. and Mrs. Ulyss S. Melrose and the late Bill Aginof
Legionnaires and wives are Club with the Junior Woman's Rhoden of Route 1, Lake Baldwin, and Mr. and Mrs.
urged to participate in the Miss ThomasMiss Club as caterers. Butler will celebrate their Vincent Lewis of Kingsley
I What Better Way To fellowship half-hour at 6:30, Mrs.Guy H.Sale,president, golden wedding anniversary Lake.
preceding the dinner at 7. Laura Kay Thomas is the luncheon.
presided over at a reception Sunday, --------------
recipient of the 1976 Good Mrs. C.N. Christy, chair- December 21, at 3 p.m. at the Mrs. Garl Mathews entered
Give Your Home The Shriners Planning Citizens Award presented by man of decorations, Mrs.J.D. Lakeside Community Center Alachua General Hospital
the Daughters of the Seymour and Mrs. Elzie in Lake Butler given by their Monday for possible surgery.
Christmas BanquetThis American Revolution to a Sanders were in charge of the
I Warm, Glow Of The Senior coed at Bradford High Christmas decorations for the -- .-. -- .
SaturdayThe School. tables and throughout the
The award is presented to clubhouse.Mrs. .
HolidaysWE M club will have its the senior girl selected by the Lester Crews gave the DeWitt C. Jones
annual Christmas party and BHS faculty as best displayingthe invocation and a Christmas
dinner Saturday night startingat following qualities: poem. Mrs. Sanders led the
6:30: p.m. at the Woman's dependability, service, group in singing Christmas, Funeral Home
HAVE A VARIETY OF Club building. leadership, patriotism, and songs accompanied by Mrs.
\ Last Saturday night; the scholarship.Laura Lex Green at the piano. Mrs.
I BLOOMING PLANTS Shrine club held its annual Kay is the daughterof Sanders sang a solo "White STARKE. PHONE 964-62OO
., dance at the Woman's Club. Mrs: Seletta Thomas and Christmas." RENTAL
I AZALEAS Christmas decorations were the late Mr. D.L. Thomas of Guests were Mrs. Richard HOSPITAL. BEbS.WALK5S.WHEEL CHAIRS
used throughout the Starke. She is competing, by Roberts, Mrs. Dudley Hardy %CRUTCHES
I POINSETTIAS auditorium and.sunroom for examination, for the State Mrs. Morgan Richarde, Mrs.
the occasion. Good Citizens Award The Ben Bryant, Miss Ann Ter- "''KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473317.6
I -MUMS AND Guests danced to the musicof results will be announced in willegar and .Mrs. Emma 't1
Johnny Jelenik Orchestraof the Spring. Jane Canova Bush of Palatka. <>i

J -DISH GARDENS Call Us Jacksonville. ..-- --.. _._--.. --- --.-...-- ........ --...-....-.-...
Among the guests were Past
ITEURARIUlIS To Decorate For Your Potentate John Hardy and his
lady,Maxine, of Jacksonville.,
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<:1 f) wert Come in and dtee 'our I BIRTHS. LIKE
Mr. and Mrs. Michael M.
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t many beautiful I I ant Smith of Gainesville announce
PerrrJ.anen r. arrangements of fresh the birth of a daughter, Karl
r and permanent flowers Maria, born November 23 in .
p1.e. and plants. Alachua General Hospital.
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Grandparents are Mr. and
I /I"rran(1 Mrs.X.M.Smith of Starke and
.. Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Parker of TheDICKENI.i
Gainesville and seven great



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Bloodworth Honored Jones Daughters XI! Iota Delta Tours KHAreaMembers

1 At Bridal Parties RecentlyMiss Engagements of XI Iota Delta, Billy Hodge, Mr. and Mrs. l .s'
chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, Grady Overstreet, Mr. and
Ellen Bloodworth. at the door' and
guests Announced Mrs. Arthur Patray, Mr. and
and their enjoyed an
' guests
; whose marriage to presented them to the
Mrs C.W.Slade,Mr and Mrs I
}, informal tour of the Keystone Olds
will be an event of line of the
receiving composed Mr. and Mrs. George T. Heights lake area Saturday Freddie Stephens Mr. and
several December 20 was honored at honored couple and Mr. and Jones of 5253 Shirley Avenue, night, December 6, during the Mrs. Kenneth Young, and .
parties recently. Mrs. Jim Bloodworth.
Jacksonville, announce the sorority's hayride and hot dog guests of Mr. and Mrs.
1 Small arrangements of fall engagement of their roast. Talmadge Wagner and Mr.
1j j Bridal Shower flowers and potted plants daughters, Elizabeth Vanetteto Gathering at the Lake and Mrs. Ronnie Richardsonof
Miss Bloodworth was were used throughout the Louis II. Rehberg of Bedford home of Mr. and Mrs. Keystone Heights. Used Cars
honored party rooms. Thomasville, Ga. and Mona Gene Cox the group cooked ..
at shower
I a lingerie The dining room table was --------------
Cheryl to Lehan S. Crane of their meal before
leaving on
Thursday night, December 4,
) covered with white importedlace
) given by Mrs. Peter Repko cloth and centered withan Grundy, Va. the hayride. A songfest, in- Mr. and Mrs. O B. Dobbs of
and Miss Karen diGirolamo at arrangement of white Miss Vanette Jones and cluding Christmas Carols, 1 Haines City visited Mr. and
the President's Pine Room in and bronze daisies andmums. Louis Rehberg will be was held during the ride. Mrs.Tullie Norman Friday to
1 yellow
i the Fine Arts Building at coffee married Saturday, January 3, Returning to the Cox home, Monday. :
/. Valdosta State College, Mrs. Warren Winkler and at St. Johns Park Baptist the members and guests eRr\S\ a8Specials
. Valdosta, Ga. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. Assistingwere Church. toasted marshmallows over Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr., Mrs.
I An imported lace cloth Mrs. Brant Turner and. Miss Cheryl Jones and Mr. an open fire to accompany hot Charles Darby and Mrs. Jean
I covered the table centered Mrs. Charles Rowell. Crane will be married May 15.. chocolate and coffee. Darby had luncheon Saturday
J with an arrangement of white The punch table on the The brides-to-be are the Those attending were: Mr. in Gainesville with Miss Elise
I mums, red Christmas balls covered with granddaughters of'the' late and Mrs..Veil Best, Mr, and Jones and Mrs. C. W. Chalkerof
" and holly. Assisting the porch Army-Navy was cloth over red and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest of Mrs. Ralph Bryan, Mr. and Gainesville and Mrs. Philip
hostesses in serving was Miss centered with a crystal punch Starke. Mrs. Gene Cox Mr. and Mrs. Maguire of Ashland Oregon.
Marie Groover. bowl. Presiding at the punch
Twenty sorority sisters and bowl were Mrs. Ben Moxley Sororities Hold

close worth friends attended.of Miss She Blood-was Carter assisted and by Mrs.Miss Donald Carol Christmas PartyXi f Special

presented with a corsage Bloodworth, assisted by Miss : -
matching the table Denise Winkler. Iota Delta and Gamma From
arrangement and a personalgift Also assisting in caring for Theta chapters of Beta Sigma .
from her hostesses. the guests were Mrs. Jim Phi Sorority held a joint
Reddish, Mrs. Linda Kay Christmas party Monday rc Gem Jewelry
ltridesmald'8 Luncheon Johns, Mrs. Don Hardenbrookand night at the home of Mrs. Eve (, 1974 Ford Mustang 2 Plus 2 CoupeLike
Mrs. Janet Turner.. Godwin. 109 E. Call St. Starke
Miss Bloodworth was The hosts presented the Christmas decorations were
honored Saturday, December honored couple with a crystal used throughout the home for SPEIDEL ID BRACELETS New All Over 4 Cyl 4 Speed With Air Cond. .
5, at a bridesmaids luncheon cake stand as a memento of the occasion.
given by her aunt, Mrs. the occasion. Mrs. Charles Darby CHRISTMAS
Stanley Martin of Approximately 200 guests presented a program on "The Ylas OB93
Tallahassee, at the Pecan were invited to attend bet- Meaning of Christmas." SPECIALS
Room in the Garden ween the hours 8 and 10 p.m. The presidents of each *: $2500 Trade Inc o
Restaurant. Those from out-of-town were chapter, Mrs. Arthur Patray Allowance 9 1974 Ford Pinto
The centerpiece was an Mrs. Lucy Bloodworth and and Mrs. Richard Little, helda "O :
arrangement of fall flowers. Mrs. Marie Parrish of brief business meeting, Q
China place card holders Gainesville Mrs. Stanley Santa Claus made .a surprise g On A Seiko Quartz g, 2 Dr. 4 Speed And Air Cond. One Owner
marked the seating for the visit the
Martin and Mrs. C. W. during meeting.
guests, including Miss Brandon, Sr. of Tallahasseeand After members exchangedgifts 0One en Of'The Most Accurate Watches Made Today 2O ,$O-
Bloodworth's wedding attendants Tom Busby of Orange refreshments were ) ____ n Was'2495 PEC ALAS | QC
close friends and .
Park. served.Need C %
relatives. _.__._
Miss Bloodworth, Mrs. Jim t: 14 Kt. Gold
Bloodworth Mrs. Lucy and Mrs.Bloodworth Brandonand v Cash aB / Off Earrings en 1973 Crysler Newport

presented grandmothers with corsages, were and I Diamond Ring Sets 2 Dr HT Bucket Seats Air Cond. Power Steering Power
the honoree was also given a Loans Up to 2500 ,
serving set of her stainless S. Pendants And Many More :5 Brakes ***$2.99S CHRISTMAS $2395
flatware from the hostess. TownFinance 3 O SPECIALS
Miss Bloodworth also I BBC I
presented her attendants with I -' m Use Our Lay-A-Way Plan At No Extra Charge lD i I
gifts. i 1973 Ford Squire WagonPower
t 2 10% Discount For Cash (Except For Sale Items) Ian
House I 226 N. Temple 964.7749 *
Open :"yo:: Air'Condo Clean
Power Brakes
'Miss Bloodworth and Mike Income Tax Preparation -o :;

Miller House"were Saturday honored night at "Open given I I Your Local Travel Agency :; FREE GIFT WITH EACH PURCHASE *a>'2o95 CHRISTMAS $2295

f Torode by Mr., Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.John F. W A. I Planned Tours Anywhere In The World .'. to SIGNAL WATCHES ELGIN CROTON l SPECIALS

Strickland Mr. and Mrs. Carl I Call. For Information 4T ... u 1972 Olds 98 Town SedanFully
Hurst Mr. and Mrs. Henry --e- n.e
Godwin Mr Anti Mrs. Wayne .
'Douglas; ;; 'and' Mr.: and Mrs. Equipped And Clean
Drew Reddish at the home of

the latter on Debra street. ..... .. VALUE-PACKED S
!Mrs. Reddish greeted the Badcodc"4" .0 Ipl & 71st ANNIVERSARY Wass2g95 CHRISTMHSSPECIHLS $2295

n Birthday Party. ,. 1912 Olds 88,Royal ;
ti) Little Danika Richardson, a fJ'W' i1.b.!& <" .It '" .. __ ....._,
ZJ celebrated thday Sunday her afternoon second at"bif"i a 4 Dr.Good Solid Family Sedan One Owner

:r party given by her parents, CHRISTMAS
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Richard- Wass2695 $1995
I 5 son Road at their home on Raiford SPECIALS

The Winnie The Pooh themewas

and carried refreshment out in the party table We Now Have A Full Time 1972 Chevrolet Nova

**, yard.decorations Little Danika in the house also wore and Service Man. 2 .Dr, Rally 350 V8 3 Speed Standard Orange & White

> a Winnie The Pooh dress. .
Games with prizes were Was,1995 CHRISTMAS $1495
the 14 children.
enjoyed by SPECIALS
Assisting in serving the 38 SEE TOM MIXON FOR ALL YOUR r i
jo> attending between the hours
1:30: and 5:30: p.m. wasDanika's APPLIANCE REPAIRSJust 1972 Mazda Pick-Up
', grandmother, Mrs.
i. Michael Gilhooly. 4 A Good Little
4,Cyl Speed Pick-Up
Another Added Feature Of The (

Service You Get At Badcocks Tom Mixon tta\19ft CHRISTMAS SPECIALS $1395

J t t v1 Westin house with PERMANENT ELECTRIC PRESS DRYER CYCLE 1971 Chevrolet Kingswood EstateNew

4 temp.(Right controls) oii WSW Tires Loaded & One Owner

to Two cycles CHRISTMAS $-f A AC
i.: 1 69BE White, Avocado, Harvest Gold Was:2495
; Even Less SPECIALS I %J IU

: $23995
With Trade 1971 Fury III

8 4 Dr Ht Clean All Over With New Tires (This One Got A
9 (Left) -.
B Lift off oven door "-- ,/ :.. 0: 24EXWhite Little Close TO Another Car, But;Not To Bad) Drive It Any

I Avocado, O Where
\ .*\&fr CHRISTMAS
by,Jim LawsonFIRST Harvest, Gold EXTRA-ACTION ,.a SPECIALS $1195


\. game Boxing today is a, pretty but as rough originally Even Less With Trade 3-position-water saver' THERE ARE SOME REAL BARGAINS HERE. .
." NS
practiced it was I,. often deadly. The first White, Avocado, SO
boxers plied their trade In 30" DELUXE Harvest Gold
the Olympic in
Greece.These men games weren't II!! ELECTRIC RANGE called boxers at the time "- Don't Buy Anywhere
since they combined wr.st.ling
with Continuous Even Less With Trade
and boxing Into one Load
Clean Oven

.. sport.. The "sport" was very (left)) CONVERTIBLEttimingcenterle Till You Com See
i dangerous because the
f contestants wore heavy (
: strips of leather around White, Avocado, Portable or Built-in
t their hands. Attached tot 48Mf $34995 Harvest Gold White, Avocado,
these.. leather straps were Christmas
studs of metal. One contestAnt Even Less With Trade or Harvest Gold Merry
f. could literally beat f
another man to death with $29995
these first boxing gloves;'
,Today's boxing gloves are WATER HEATERS Even Less With Trade fl
t well padded and designedto
prevent serious inluries.I 20 Gallon Round Heater ((65RH) $ 89.95'rii x
I I Quite a difference front '30 Gallon Round Water Heater((57RH). $ 99.95
those first gloves I 40 Gallon Round Heater ((58RH) ,.: $129.95 42DY
-We, believe the differenceIn
I !good business and poor 66 Gallon Round Heater ((59RH) .. $159.95
business Is the service. We .

put forth every effort toprovide 30 Gallon Table Top Water Hejter'((60TH) $139.95
I the very our finest. ...r.f' 40 Gallon Tab I* 'Top Wat.r Heater ((61TH) $159.95 a SOS Botts nan 9do 7500
vice. 50 Gallon Table Top Wafer Heater ((62TH) $179.95


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Club Family Night Friday, Dec. 12

The Woman's Club of Starke and guests are invited to at The Junior Woman's Club Jf. 7caI3
will have family night and tend. will honor the members of tne PThe fflte? w
covered dish dinner Friday senior Woman's Club with a 64./fide l
I Christmas tea on Wednesday,
December 12, at 7 p.m. at the Reservations be made
may December 17, from 3:30 to 5
clubhouse. :
by calling Mrs. V.J. Cdiio J Jr
Members, their families Mrs. John Torode.Spengleror p.m. at the clubhouse. ....Wooty .Socl.ty- -- -- .. -- ._-- _ -_ -_ ._- _. -_...... ,_
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_ Junior Club To Hold Bridge Luncheon Dec.'17 '
American Legion Christmas Party Ulyss S. Rhodens To Celebrate'I
The Junior Woman's Club For reservations call Chris will also honor the senior
I will have a bridge-luncheon Wilson, 964-8210. Woman's club at a Christmastea Christmas Party Set Dec. 17 50th Anniversary
Wednesday, December 17, on Wednesday, December children.
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Junior Woman's Club 17, from 3:30: to 5 p.m. Set For SaturdayAmerican At Country ClubThe I All relatives and friends are

Little WomenThe To Have Called Dec. 15 invited to attend.
Meeting- Legion Post 56 Starke Golf and M. Mr. and Mrs. Rhoden were
will have its annual ladies Country Club will hold a married in the home of the
Little Women's Club exchanging of Christmas Final plans will be made for dinner at the Post home,
night and J.N. Milton
I covered dish supper late Judge in
will have a called meeting and gifts, on Monday. December the Christmas formal which 720 Edwards Road, Saturday Christmas party next Wed- Macclenny in December, 1925.
Christmas party including 15at8p.m5sulwallwwawarwusrawrlastltrastasteslarw will be held December 22. night; Dec. 13, at 7 p.m. nesday, December 17, at 6:30: +I N
.. All members of the Post and
"' -w.rwslrtialwrsm.aaw 1 swslllswlllAeswusanltlsltltaasltsarFrgllf their wives are invited to p.m.Santa will be on hand to .
attend, according to Post greet the kiddies. BIRTHS
Commander Bryce C. Titus. yi Members are asked to bringa
Registration will begin at, covered dish.
I 6:30.: Dress will be casual. Mr. and Mrs. Charles AginI
First Vice Commander Bob I of Kingsley Lake announcethe
ANCY'I Paterson and C.J. Schaeferare U.D.C. HoldsChristmas birth .of a daughter,
in charge of the food, and LuncheonThe Cynthia Leigh, born
also the entertainment November 30 at St. Vincent's
THIS CHRISTMAS following the dinner. W.T. Weeks chapter, r Hospital.Grandparents.
I Qn (QLVLQ( Finance Officer Bill DAR Award U.D.C., held its Christmas are Mrs.
Scoggins said there is no luncheon Wednesday Doris Agin Thompson of
I charge for the dinner. All Presented To December 3, at the Woman's Mr. and Mrs. Ulyss S. Melrose and the late Bill Aginof
1 Phone 964-5792 Starke Plaza Legionnaires and wives are Club with the Junior Woman's Rhoden of Route 1, Lake Baldwin, and Mr. and Mrs.
urged to participate in the Miss ThomasMiss Club as caterers. Butler will celebrate their Vincent Lewis of Kingsley
I What Better Way To fellowship half-hour at 6:30: Mrs.Guy H. Sale, president, golden wedding anniversaryat Lake.
the dinner at Laura Kay Thomas Is the luncheon.
preceding 7. presided over
a reception Sunday --------------
recipient of the 1976 Good Mrs. C.N. Christy, chair December 21, at 3 p.m. at the Mrs. Garl Mathews entered
IGive Your Home The Shriners Planning Citizens Award presented by man of decorations, Mrs. J.D. Lakeside Community Centerin Alachua General Hospital
of the and Mrs. Elzie
the Daughters
Seymour Lake Butler given by their ,Monday for possible surgery.
Christmas American Revolution to a Sanders were in charge of the
I\ WarmGlotvOfTheHolidays Senior coed at Bradford High Christmas decorations for the
SaturdayThe School. tables and throughout the
The award is presented to clubhouse.Mrs. .
/ Shrine club will have its the senior girl selected by the Lester Crews gave the DeWitt C. Jones
annual Christmas party and BHS faculty as best displayingthe invocation and a Christmas
dinner Saturday night starting following qualities: poem. Mrs. Sanders led the
W dependability, service, group in singln Christmas, Funeral Home'I
at 6:30: at the Woman'sClub
I WE HAVE A VARIETY OF building.p.m. leadership,' patriotism and songs accompanied by Mrs. I
Last Saturday night the scholarship.Laura Lex Green at the piano. Mrs.
BLOOMING PLANTS '.> Shrine club held its annual Kay is the daughterof Sanders sang a solo "White STARKE. PHONE 964-62OO
J I dance at the Woman's Club. Mrs: Seletta Thomas and Christmas." RENTAL '
late Mr. D.L. Thomas of Guests were Mrs. Richard '
Christmas decorations were the HOSPITAL. BEDS.WALKI tS.WHEEL CHAIRS
I AZALEAS used throughout the Starke. She is competing, by Roberts, Mrs. Dudley Hardy, R. CRUTCHES
I'OINSETTIAS auditorium and sunroom for examination, for the State Mrs. Morgan Richarde, Mrs.
) the occasion. Good Citizens Award. The Ben Bryant, Miss Ann Ter- ''KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473317.6S
-J\IITMS AND Guests danced to the musicof results will be announced in willegar and Mrs. Emma \aIASAVE
I the Spring. Jane Canova Bush of Palatka.
Jelenik Orchestraof
Johnny .. .. .
DISH GARDENS Jacksonville. -- .. --- -.. -
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ITERRARIUIUS Among the guests were Past S 9G KKire -
To Decorate For Your Potentate John Hardy and his
I lady,,Maxine, of Jacksonville.,,
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wert Come in ad I '
dtee our
II r Mr. and Mrs. Michael M.
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t many beautifularrangements I I I Smith of Gainesville announcethe
Perlf1.anen of fresh birth of a daughter, Kari
t and permanent flowers Maria, born November 23 in -

I I' J) rrt n 'i> '" and plants. Alachua Grandparents General are Hospital.Mr. and The

I rran.(1I Mrs.X.M.Smith of Starke and
Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Parker of DICKENS
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Deceinlwrii,1975 TKI.KGHAVII "ajI'( :!

Ellen Bloodw
:( At Bridal Part Recentlyguests Engagements of XI Iota Delta, Billy Hodge, Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin Chevrolet .

chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, Grady Overstreet, Mr. and
Miss Ellen Bloodworth at the door and Announced and their guests enjoyed an Mrs. Arthur Patray, Mr. and
: whose marriage to MichaelMiller presented them to the informal tour of the Keystone Mrs.C.W.Slade,Mr. and Mrs. Olds
will be an event of receiving line composed of the Mr. and Mrs. George T. Heights lake area Saturday Freddie Stephens, Mr. and
IJ December 20 was honored at honored couple and Mr. and Jones of 5253 Shirley Avenue, night, December 6, during the Mrs. Kenneth Young, and
several parties recently. Mrs. Jim Bloodworth. Jacksonville, announce the sorority's hayride and hot dog guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Small arrangements of fall engagement of their roast. Talmadge Wagner and Mr.
Bridal ShowerMiss flowers and potted plants daughters, Elizabeth Vanetteto Gathering at the Lake and Mrs. Ronnie Richardson
were used throughout the Louis R. Rehberg of Bedford home of Mr. and Mrs. of Keystone Heights. Used Cars
y, Bloodworth was party rooms. Thomasville, Ga. and Mona Gene Cox the group cooked ....
j honored at a lingerie shower The table was ----- --------
dining room Cheryl to Lehan S. Crane of their meal before leaving on
; Thursday night, December 4, covered with white importedlace
'/ given by Mrs. Peter Repko and a centered withan Grundy, Va. the hayride. A songfest, In- Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Dobbs of
Miss Vanette Jones and cluding Christmas Carols, Names City visited Mr. and t
and Miss Karen diGirolamo at of white
I arrangement Louis Rehberg will be was held during the ride. Mrs.Tullie Norman
the President's Pine Room in andmums. Friday to.
and bronze daisies
the Fine Arts Building at yellow. coffee married Saturday, January 3, Returning to the Cox home, Monday. s
Pouring were at St. Johns Park Baptist the members and guests '
Valdosta State College, C'lwr
t Winkler and
, Valdosta Ga. Mrs. Warren Sinclair. Assistingwere Church. toasted marshmallows over Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr., Mrs. e\\r\ maf5Specials y
I An imported lace cloth Mrs. Clyde Mrs. Brant Turner and Miss Cheryl Jones and Mr. an open fire to accompany hot Charles Darby and Mrs. Jean
, covered the table centered Mrs. Charles Rowell. Crane will be married May 15. chocolate and coffee. Darby had luncheon Saturday
with an arrangement of white table the The brides-to-be are the Those attending were: Mr. in Gainesville with Miss Elise
I mums, red Christmas balls The punch covered with on granddaughters of the late and Mrs. Verl Best, Mr. and Jones and Mrs. C. W. Chalkerof
and holly. Assisting the porch was cloth red and an Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest of Mrs. Ralph Bryan, Mr. and Gainesville and Mrs. Philip
i hostesses in serving was Miss centered Army-Navy with a crystal over punch Starke. Mrs. Gene Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Maguire of Ashland, Oregon.

.. Marie Groover. bowl. Presiding at the punch _d___ _
Sororities Hold
Twenty sorority sisters and
bowl were Mrs. Ben Moxley
close friends,of Miss Blood-
assisted Mrs. Donald
worth attended. She was by Christmas PartyXI Speci.
Carter and Miss Carol .,
s w -
presented with a corsage Bloodworth, assisted by Miss
matching the table Winkler. Iota Delta and Gamma From
arrangement and a personalgift Denise Also assisting in caring for Theta chapters of Beta Sigma .......
from her hostesses.Urldt'smald'sl.uncheon. the guests were Mrs. Jim Phi Sorority held a joint $,
Linda Christmas party Monday Gem Jewelry
Reddish, Mrs. Kay
Johns, Mrs.Don Hardenbrook night at the home of Mrs. Eve (, 1914 Ford Mustang 2 Plus 2 CoupeLike
and Mrs. Janet Turner.. Godwin. 109 E. Call St. Starke
Miss Bloodworth was hosts the Christmas decorations were
honored Saturday. December honored couple presented with a crystal used throughout the home for SPEIDEL ID BRACELETS New All Over. 4 Cyl 4 Speed With'Air Cond. .
5, at a bridesmaids luncheon cake stand as a memento of the occasion.
given by her aunt, Mrs. the occasion. Mrs. Charles Darby PRINCE GARDNER LEATHER GOODS *439* CHRISTMAS
Stanley Martin of Approximately 200 guests presented a program on "The Via* $3895
Tallahassee, at the Pecan were invited to attend bet Meaning of Christmas." 4 Trade SPECIALS
Room In the Garden ween the hours 8 and 10 p.m. The presidents of each = $2500 a
Restaurant Those from out-of-town were chapter, Mrs. Arthur Patrayand o Allowance 9r"O 1974 Ford Pinto
The centerpiece was an Mrs. Lucy Bloodworth and Mrs. Richard Little helda
Arrangement of fall flowers. Mrs. Marie Parrish of brief business meeting. Q
China place card holders Gainesville Mrs. Stanley Santa Claus made .a surprise On A Seiko Quartz Q, 2 Dr. 4 Speed And Air Cond. One Owner
marked the seating for the Martin and Mrs. C. W. visit during the meeting.
r One Of The Most Accuraita Watches Made Today 13
guests, including Miss Brandon, Sr. of Tallahasseeand After members exchangedgifts CHRISTMAS
Bloodworth's wedding at Tom Busby of Orange refreshments were O _____ n Wafzeg495 $2195
tendants close friends and Park. served.Need. .C ONE/ GROUP OF SPECIALS 2LI SPECIALS
relatives. __ _
Miss Bloodworth, Mrs. Jim u : 14 Kt. Gold !2.
Bloodworth and Mrs. Brandonand / Off Earrings CII 1913 Crysler Newport
Mrs. Lucy Bloodworth,

presented grandmothers with corsages, were and Diamond Ring Sets 2 Dr HT Bucket Seats, Air Cond. Power Steering Power
the honoree was also given a '3 Loans Up to '2500
serving set of her stainless o. Pendants And Many More :2 Brakes w299S CHRISTMAS $2395<

flatware from the hostess. TownFinance 3 H SPECIALS
Miss Bloodworth also I B
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presented her attendants with C1 Use Our LayA-Way Plan At No Extra Charge tDa I 1973 Ford
gifts. Squire WagonPower
10% Discount For Cash (Except For Sale Items) cn
226 N. Temple 964.7749 2
Open louse :::a
Power Brakes Air'Condo Clean
Income Tax Preparation 15; FREE GIFT WRAPPING 5'
'Miss Bloodworth and Mike
I Miller House"were Saturday honored night at "Open givenby Your Local Travel Agency :; FREE GIFT WITH EACH PURCHASE CO Wasf2SSS CHRISTMAS $2295

; Torode Mr., Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.John F. W.A. Planned Tours Anywhere In The World .-. to SIGNAL WATCHES, ELGIN. CROTCHVALUEPACKED l SPECIALS

\. Strickland Mr. and Mrs. Carl Call For Information 4T -"'" 1972 Olds 98 Town SedanFully
--- -----
Hurst, Mr. and Mrs Henry -
.. ,
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Codwin, Mr. and
mia. najruc'
Douglas and Mr. and Mrs. Equipped And CleanCHRISTMRS
Drew Reddish at the home of
the latter on Debra street.
Mrs. Reddish greeted the l1.N11IW' 2895 $2295
BCldc-odc& 71st ANNIVERSARY

n Birthday Party. V.. .. N" e4 ..wV 1912 Olds 88Royal
M Little Danika RichardsonJ .1l! J .fJb! .. -.
] celebrated her second :bit 4 Dr Good Solid Family Sedan One Owner
i thday Sunday afternoon at a
!* party given by her parents, CHRISTMAS
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Richard- Wass'169' $1995
1 son at their home on Raiford _, SPECIALS
f Road. -
The Winnie The Pooh theme

", was and carried refreshment out in the party tablei We Now Have A Full Time ti l\\ 1972 Chevrolet Nova

I 1, yard.decorations Little Danika in the house also wore and Service Man. 2 .Dr, Rally 350 V8 3 Speed Standard Orange & White

j a Winnie The Pooh dress. CHRISTMAS
Games with prizes were Was,1995 $1495
enjoyed by the 14 children. SPECIALS
Assisting in serving the 38 SEE TOM MIXON FOR ALL YOUR
frattending between the hours
1:30: and 5:30: p.m. was APPLIANCE REPAIRSJust 1912 Mazda Pick-Up
Danika's grandmother, Mrs.
\ Michael Gilhooly. 4 Cyl 4 Speed A Good Little Pick-Up
Another Added Feature Of The
Service You Get At Badcocks Tom Wa51195 SPECIALS $1395

t, J9c Westin house with PERMANENT ELECTRIC PRESS DRYERwith CYCLE 1911 Chevrolet Kingswood EstateNew

Jr 4 temp.(Right controls) o WSW Tires Loaded & One Owner

Two cycles CHRISTMAS

r .. White, Avocado, Harvest Gold was'2495 SPECIALS $1995

Even Less

I, c-:=- -- =:,. $2399530"ELECTRIC With Trade 1971 Plymouth Fury III

4 Dr Ht Clean All Over With New Tires (This One Got A
) RANGE (Left) -.
i Lift off oven door '- ._ ''\ m.i 24EXWhite Little Close TO Another Car, ButNot,,, To Bad) Drive It Any

r ir Avocado, -- sI Where ..'\*%* CHRISTMAS
by,Jim Lawson Harvest Gold EXTRA-ACTION 41 SPECIALS $1195

$26995 WASHER (two3positionwater)
Boxing Is a pretty rough \ saver THERE ARE REAL BARGAINS HERE.
game today, but as originally .pro Even Less With Trade SOME .
... control
practiced It was
\ often deadly. The first White, Avocado, SODanll
boxers plied their trade in 30" DELUXE Harvest Gold
the Olympic games in .
Greece.These men weren't ELECTRIC RANGE O 55AW $2/995 !
__ -
i -
called boxers at the time : Buy Anywhere
since they combined wrest.
with Continuous Even Less With Trade
Front Lead
ling and boxing Into one Clean Oven

t. dangerous sport.. The "sport"because was very the \ IiiiI Auto(left 60) minute CONVERTIBLEDISHWASHER Till You Com See

timing center
f contestants wore heavy
i strips of leather around White, Avocado, Portable or Built-in fIJ
r their hands. Attached to 48MF $34995 Harvest Gold White, Avocado,
these leather straps were Christmas
f studs of metal. One contestant Even Less With Trade or Harvest Gold Merry

could literally beat $29995
another man to death with GLASS LINED ELECTRIC
these first boxing gloves.Today's :
r I, boxing gloves are ; WATER HEATERS Even Less With Trade. .
well padded and designed
to prevent serious injuries. 20 Gallon Round Heater ((65RH) $ 89.95 x
4 4to
Quite a difference from Iii 30 Gallon Round Water H.at.r(57RH( )., $ 99.95 '
I those' first gloved I- 40 Gallon Round, Heater ((58RH) ..:: $129.95 42DY

t in,;We good believe business the difference and poor 66 Gallon Round Heater ((59RH) ... $159.95
business Is the service. We I .

put forth every effort to 30 Gallon Table Top Water Heater"'((60TH) $139.95

j. with provide the all very our finest customers ser 40 Gallon Table Top Water Heater ((61TH) $159.95 !ot tlolta lean 96k-TfoO
vice. 50 Gallon Table Top Water Heater ((62TH) $179.95

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& Mr. and Mrs. J. D..Yeager Sgt. and-Mrs. Mark Mack of Ronda Kimberly Bryant,
: attended a Masonic meeting Lakeland and Mrs. Esma daughter of Mr. and Mrs. RoyE.
and visited friends in Cler- Yongue of Fairfield were Bryant, celebrated her
mont over the weekend. Saturday visitors of Mrs.J. G. third birthday Thanksgiving
Caldwell.Mr. day at the home of her
Mrs. Lou Struth and grandparents, Mr. and: Mrs.R. .
Ieas daughters, Kathy and Nancy and Mrs. Henry Rader F. Bryant on SR-16 E. A
spent the weekend with Mr. and Eugene Rader of Peoria, party for the family followed
tJ family centers and Mrs. Bobby Case in Lake III. arrive Sunday for three Thanksgiving dinner.
City on Mrs. Struth's bir- weeks visit with their brother-
S thday. Little Michael Case in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
returned with his grandmother Mrs. L. C. Early.Mr. Hardy, Chase Hardy William
Mrs. Struth, for George and Mrs. Bob Milner
several days visit. .and Mrs.S.G.Denmark Jr. attended the Madrigaldinner
m JJllmm UJmj I ] spent the weekend with their .at the University of
Mrs. John Reeves of son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Florida Thursday night.
Houston, Texas spent several Marlie Sanderson in Music was by the Chamber
and Mrs.
U. S. 301 S. SHOPPING. CENTER Stark. Fla. '| FOR HER days last week with her aunt, Tallahassee. Mrs. Sanderson Singers of the University. Don
Mrs. J. E. Wilson. Mrs. Olive returned with her parents and Hardy and Bill McRae are
Ryder of Gainesville was also Mr. Sanderson is joining the members of the Chamber
an overnight guest. The three Thursday. They Singers.Mr. .
family today
visited "
Mrs. Bess
Burns in St.
will remain here through the
Luke's Hospital Tuesday of .. and Mrs., Ron Patray
last week. holidays.Mrs. and family of Huntsville, Ala.

: ii Mr. and Mrs. Charles Odom H. G. Bollinger will were guests Thanksgiving of their mother weekend, Mrs.
t' wl and sons, John and Charlie of visit her son-in-law and Nora Wilkinson. Joining the
3 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jan Thanksgiving day
Grey Court S.C. have movedto family on
Starke and are residing on Douglas in Tallahassee over were Mr.1 and Mrs. Gene
: Jefferson Street. Mr. Odom is the weekend. Patray of Statesboro, Ga., Dr.
'i working at Sportsman Worldon and Mrs. James W. Patray,
301-S. Mrs. Felix Sapp underwent Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gassett
l} ,,' I. further hip surgery Monday of and Mr. and Mrs. Art PatrayOf
\ I \ Mrs. J. R. Kelly is con- last week. in Shand's Teaching Hutchinson Lake and Mr.
/ .., valescing in Alachua General Hospital.Mrs. and Mrs. Keith Patray of

( I \\ b L (4 and Hospital injured with knee a broken cap receivedin ankle Raiford. returned Jim Richardson Sunday from of Starke and their families..

(/ / I N a on car-truck Nov. 24.accident on 301- two weeks visit with her son, entered Mrs. George Alachua W.General Brown
who is
I Jeff Richardson
\ I Ii. TI. stationed with the army in Hospital Sunday for surgery .
Honolulu, Hawaii. Mrs. on Tuesday.
I Richardson also visited Mr. Miss Louise Stern and

[; and Jose,Mrs.Calif.A. Fred. Rizzo in San Lucille Eddy from were the two North of six
$899 / Jack) Eaves returned Florida region who have won
$999 J.( from JacksonvilleNAS trips to Luzier's annual award

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Local admittances to
AkCharley Mrs.Gene Ivey,Jr. and son Bradford County Hospital this
Jim of Eugene, Oregon arrive week include: Jimmie' Sim-
Thursday to spend the mons, Mrs. Rachel Hamilton
.I 'b- / f -- t .!p-' ; '. holidays with her parents, Mr. George Prevatt, Mark
Mrs. Mary
1 E. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Mr.
I.. Ivey will join the family on Williams, Steven Thornton,
I December 20. Lacy Rigdon, Mrs. Annie Mae
John. Sweat and Mrs. Beulah
Mrs.Edith Christiansen left Prescott, StarkeDuplicate -
o Wednesday for New Orleans,
-TI ) About. This Question: La. to visit her daughter, Mrs.
'L "I have been collecting John Jenks and also her son,
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probable'cause for revocationof representative resigned his position there in reporting satisfactory "No He will not get the job Roberts shut down the road Unsafe working conditions said. :'
said back. He wouldn't have been include lack of is that there .
Dampier's and of department until each of the protectivegear One complaint
teaching certificate ampler, vice-chairman of 1974 was stripped teaching performance, the
the Bradford continuing status after board to return Dampier to fired without cause," said 12 employees retracted their on equipment and having is no pregnancy' coverage in
Misconduct Is defined by the board of directors County, Hospital auditors reported purchase of continuing status Oct. 1, 1975. George Roberts, county signatures from the to get into, water-filled ditches "the best group coverage you
only commissioner in of the without being allowed to could this
charge document."No get cheap (las
as of the Code of recently returned to items from a store In which Dampier began teaching in "
Ethics of the Education tinuing contract status con-with Dampier had an interest, Bradford County In 1967 as a road department. past or present em- change into dry clothes! afterwards Commissioner Roberts said)t-
Callan hired under the has Callan said. the letter.
Profession, although there Is the board. violating school purchase farm machinery maintenanceand was ployee come to see me according to
no Comprehensive Employee about working conditions," Roberts discounted the Employees not carrying the
specific delineation of what Former policies repair Instructor
constitutes 'misconduct tech director of the vo- After a staff evaluation Training Act (CETA) Roberts said, adding that charges, saying that plexiglas insurance for their familiesare
a center, Dampier. program at weekly wages of without prior knowledge of shields have been installed on in jeopardy of losing their
I $145.20. dissent, he thought some the equipment in question. jobsRoberts said, '
Another former employee, workers had been coerced into "If someone were requiredto
Jerry Hall, is joining Callan in signing the document under get into water on a cold day,
suit to return to work for the false pretenses. they would certainly be
88" Tuxedo Sofa Bed county. Complaining that he had allowed to go home and BHS Cogers
Hall was fired Oct. 10 by been unjustly dismissed, Hall change into dry clothes," headded
Commissioner Roberts for not contacted the Conciliation and v To Meet PS
reporting to work as he was Mediation Service in a letterto Other 'complaints filed ,
-Jl P requested to do, Roberts said Williams. demand equal opportunity for
Hall said he was fired Roberts said that Williams advancement within the road Forest
because he joined with other contacted him last month department job security
county workers in petitioningthe during investigation of Hall's ,"Our jobs are constantly Bradford' High basket-
commission to discuss complaint, but no recom-'. threatened-" Callan said. ,
I bailers will to break a two-
: working conditions. Hall also mendations have yet been Letters concerning required losing streak Friday
said he was fired because he received from the stale by the insurance coverage( have also game December 12, when
', been sent to Williams. The night
was encouraging other employees county commission.
1'alatka South
travel to
to form a collective Besides letters from Callan county pays 19.44 monthly for they
: bargaining unit for better and Hall, Williams has also individual coverage, according and on Tuesday night
u December 16, when they play
working conditions. received letters from two to county clerk Gib host to the Ocala Forest
Hall's dismissal came the other road department employees Brown, but each employee Wildcats. '
s day after Roberts was in complaint of unsafe having a family is required to Not much is known in these
with the At conditions and costing
presented petition. carry coverage about the Braves except
r : the time, according to Hall' require insurance payments. another $22.33 monthly. parts defeatedlast
that they were
"It's a darn good policy and
week Beach
h, by Daytona
Red or Gold Velvet +r .h 4SAVEAT IDUR very generous in its coverage. Mainland, one of the top 4-A
It doesn't make sense for an
schools in the state. They are
Red or,Black Vinyl employee to have personal
also of the teams the
insurance and have it for one
Herculon Plaid w; not Tornadoes face in the
his It doesn't do
family. just
district tournament in
Largt Matching, I any good to have only personal
Tub Chair S. : insurance," Roberts February. .
: Ocala Forest has anotherfine
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cDECEMBER School... defeated the Tornadoes once
,, 2228 N, Temple 984.7871
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1 TON CO-OP -Granted the high school
science department $::1011<( ) in Thomas ...
HOIST S.P.D. needed funds for equipmentand
I From Page II)
supplies and agreed to
i -a" PULLER ; 1 Polyester, tubleless request matching funds under Mayor John Shaw in
Sofa Op.rtiTo ,NDEA Title III program. The! developing/ 11.82 acres of landin
In Durable Vinyl Plastic or Velvet Bid At Night MM112RDesigned and built I for 111' Single white stripe board also agreed to provide the SW Lake Butler area.
superior performances) 4 ply-078 x 14 $::100) to matched in the 1976 The land was purchased.l by
Magnificent room beautifying Sofa Bed for ', has compactness, safe budget for science ex Shaw on Nov 7 last! year lor'

comfortable sleeping and relaxing. 88" $ ty weight, strength has 'and/,," cable light $2352 penditures.Decided. :1:1.000:):) according to tax
Sofa opens to a full size doubleThe bed, 19 9 with 12' pull tii 'T to have Com- stamps affixed l to warranty
upholstered In long-lasting vinyl plasticin i 4 / plus Fed munity State Bank and deeds in the clerk's vault. By'
4 St. Tax
:i Florida Bank present early June, the acragc was
choice of most colors.
your today's popular
r Other sires available/ proposals on which bank divided into :1:1:!: lots, named
$21 40 al reduced prices should be designated first to Shaw's Addition to the City of
receive board accounts. The Lake Butler and sold for
board agreed in October that about $112,500.Between .
93" Sofa of Sheer Spanish Comfort CO-OP DIRECTOR 12 VOLT each of the banks be given the time Shaw
board accounts in' rotating bought the property and soldit.
PASSENGER CAR BATTERY two-year periods, most of which was purchased
Exactly as Deep Foam ComfortShown The new CO-OP Director Battery cranks Heard a report by architect by a Gainesville
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as the original equipment battery that came y results of engineering studieson in the area the city annexedthe
with your car and lust as Important you the drainage problem at properlyand authorized
have 76% added energy In reserve'' tht high school would be installation ol water and
Other available within a month. The sewer lines and paving of
batteries S 36, state I Department of Tran- streets in the subdivision."To .
Blue or
Red are priced = 3bu. sportation may not take on the prove inisleance. or
Brown Velvet t CO-Op project.- Moore said, becauseit conflict ol interest by :Mayor
usye SEED may be much larger than John E. ShdW.iil involve a
money anticipated expenditure considerable amount of add-
t 1'M director ""SOWER With for 2 bracket costing upwards of $250().axl.( tional research the in
::-- hltch/3 pointmounting Hall suggested that the slate vestigator's report states
be petitioned to attack the Misfeasance is defined as
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aKe6 TELEGRAPH December 11.1973family

Tigers Nip Bears 62-59

S Sat. In Final 4 Minutes ,

ttR centers

CROSS CITY The Union the corner to make the margin for the Bears: Peppers toppedin The Tigers hit on 27 out of 67
from a rebound to make the shots from the field which is a
County Tigers came 11-pomts for a second time in
behind In the final four the quarter. margin ten points. 40.3 percentage On free-
minutes to defeat Dixie Cross City led 3224at the scar. by Outer throws they< hit on. eight of.ten
County 62-59, nipping the half. LaH Butler 10 14 22 U. 42 shots.
(!JaJB(5( ( CroSS City 14 II 11 12 *'
L.UUJLJLLLULJ t > Bears at the wire in a In the third quarter the Lake Butler Perry,.4.2e.O, While I.
basketball Saturday Tigers had their most 0.2. Wllllami J.0.4. P. Whit IOU
.. Cross City hit on 28 of 73
McOMI 104. Filer'' 204, Jackion 1 I
III. S. 301 S. SHOPPING CENTER Starke FlaGIFTS night. productive chapter of the Toto"42.. shots from the field for a 38,4
-- -- -- Led by co-captain Boyzie night and young season. Cross City Rein 7.241, Pepper 11- percentage. The Bears hit on
s Perry, the Tigers rallied after O'Steen, 70-seconds into the 7,Raker 204 Heidelberg 1.0.t. Spencer three of free throws.,
trailing for three and half quarter, hit a driving layup ,2.0.4. O'Steen 11.0.22. Totals 21-)-3'. eight
quarters of the well played
contest. Perry led the scorers

with getting 24-points 16 markers with Paul for White the Second Ranked Hawthorne I

N Tigers.Cross City was led by Glen'

> O'Steen with 22-points and Edges 64-60 UC Tigers
.. Mark Rains poured in 16-
points. -
r O'Steen fouled out with 54- LAKE BUTLER Second The Tigers on a free throw except for the second quarter
seconds remaining in the ranked AA Hawthorne came by Jackson and two driving when Hawthorne got back in
game with Lake Butler from behind in the second layups by G. White moved the the game after switching froma
.leading 6055.. Perry then quarter to defeat the Varsity Tigers back in the game to zone to a man-to-man
P canned two-charity tosses to improved Union Tigers. 64-60 trail by a point with 1:46: to defense." Tigers Coach
.I put the Tigers in front by their in a closely fought basketball Jimmy Thomas said after the
largest margin, 62-55. contest in Lake Butler' on then hit a freethrowand game.The.
-_ The Bears scored two quick Tuesday night, Dec. 9. Zavada hit a jump shot, Tigers now have one
baskets as the UHS held on to It is most likely that the fans and Carey sunk a freethrowto win and one loss in the
win their first game of the who witnessed the contest make it 60-56 with 45- Suwannee Conference and
season., have a record of one \yn and
FOR THE were treated to a possible seconds to play.
? Cross City opened the preview of the state basket- .G.White hit a driving layupfor two losses'on the young
Scoring at the beginning of the ball playoffs at the end of the the Tigers. They had a season. Hawthorne ranked
contest as though they were season. UHS took a 17-19 first chance to tie the game up but second in the state in AA
FISHERMANROD going to run the Tigers right period advantage, but the Mann stole the ball for the circles and has. won all four of
out of the gym. O'Steen hit on Hornets bought toa 27-27 tie at Hornets and sunk a layup with their games.
three baskets of 15 feet and the half and a 40-40 tie going in Slater canning two-free SCORCBVQUARTERS
two-ten footers to get the to the final frame.: throws before Perry hit a Hawthorne 9 .,18 ,13. 24 64
Bears in front 6-0. The Tigers moved out to a 4- jump shot just before the UHS 17 10.13 20 to
Tim Mcgill then tipped in a 0 lead in the early stages of the buzzer for the Tigers. The Plnkney Hawthprne 10 a. Zavada Slater e SOlO.3 13 Carey Mann 12 6 12 7,
rebound to get the Tigers first I ballgame on baskets by final score was Hawthorne 64- 24. Total 24 16 64, ,
RIOTName bucket with 4:20: remaining in Boysie Perry and Ralph UHS 60."We UHS Perry 7 3 17, G While S 111,
the opening period.Perry then Williams. Two markers by Filer II.William 11 1 123,P,White 2 0
hit with a driving layup and Dowell Carey and Trence played a good game 4, Jackson 1 2 4. Total' 26 I 60.

Walter Filer hit on a 20footerto Slater tied the game at 44.
Brands tie the contest at 66. Some inside
great shooting
The Bears then got three by the Tigers led by Williams, Tiger JV Cagers
baskets in a row. Ernest Perry and Sam Jackson

Spinning Rods Spencer netting a 15-footer, moved them to a 17-9 first
% Raker canning a layup after a lead forced
76 quarter as they
long pass, and O'Steen gettinga the taller and talented Hornets Split( 2 Closely
pivot shot to make it 126. from a zone to a man-to
Spincast Rods The teams traded baskets man defense.
just before the period ended. The second quarter saw the
Limit 2 O'Steen hit a 15-footer from Hornets fight their way back GamesThe
Values To 1288 ,Fought
the corner and Paul White into the contest after the
tipped in a rebound for UHS as Tigers moved out to a 24-15
Cross City led 14-10 at the end lead with 5:07: remaining in Union County Tigers In a closely fought contest
y of the opening quarter. the half. junior varsity cagers broke the Union County High Baby
McGill hit a driving layup to At this point the Tigers hit a even in two games in the past Tigers won their first game of
NORMARK pull the Tigers within two dry-spell with the Hornets week, coming from behind ,to the season on Saturday night
points.at the start of the pulling within one point before defeat Cross City 43-41 on by coming from behind in the
GREAT NEW' second chapter. Peppers then Walter Filer sunk a free-throw Saturday night and losing a final stages of the contest to
I' //I'll,, eI tipped in a rebound to move tQ make\) the Tigers lead 25-23 tough 59-58 game to the nip The Dixie County Bears
i; )111m the Bear lead back to four with 1:25: to play !in the half. Hawthorne JV on Tuesday 43-41.

i: I VIII'.y" points.Paul. Hawthorne moved to a 44-40 night. In a hard fought opening
\' ,,' ,:. White then got another lead period with the game tied
.. in of
I opening stages
rebound with 6:25: remaining three times the Baby Bears
'" ,. I II'U' I the fourth period on two free- Hawthorn 1 22 14 17 it
,' KNIFE in the half for the Tigers. moved out to a 9-6 lead.
throws bas&t UHS 10 11 II 1* SI
/ by Mann
i.:,:, ia by .
t'Rains .then'.poured in two- Hawthorn* ,0 Thorn
Purdy It.
,::' f This Fish 'N Fillet Knife *" < Zavade, before t;: White,hit,a The second quarter saw the
::,;' ., .... ; : ,buckets from the left corner to T Douglas 204. Robinson 401.. Man.
rJ \:;: //1/,:; from Rapala Is the best for -f bucket! for the\ 'Tjg rs." "I:c. : nlno ,.4.22. Total 27.s-1*. tempo picked up some as John
the Bear to 20-16
/ ,,run margin .
I II'' filleting, cleaning game and With six-minutes UHS Crawford 1 0 2, Jackson 401. Timmons canned three goals
,..", cutting up bait. 9 stainless Paul l White then hit on a in the game Perry hit a jump Smith 104. Holmes 1 0 1, Prlngl, I.I.I, and sparked the Baby Bearsto
steel blade is flexible and Sirmones10.1Sloutamir.I-0 1,Blount'
for the a 19-14 halffime lead. The
driving layup Tigers
shot to tie the game at 4646. 1.7.10. Totals 24.55..
hand honed to razor No. with 2:35 remaining in the half Slater hit a ten foot jumper for third period saw the Baby
Itl'Ih, A It sharpness.hand.tooled Beautiful Laplander 6300 PLANO Tackle Box to break the Bears string of the Hornets and Perry againon On Tuesday lost the UHS junior Tigers creep back into con
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{ 3 ABS Stay-Drl Ribbed trays have then canned a 15-footer from contest for the final time.SmsllOrlat the undefeated Hawthorne trailing 2723.
i 24 compartments all sizes of Hornet JV 59-58 with the game UHS grabbed the lead at 30-
not decided until the final
baits. Recessed hcTidle ABS risers 29 as Steve Sirmones hit on a
P FL JEGER1e rr buzzer. jump and the teams traded
and latch, "No-Tip", top, Tackle (2m1(2 The last chapter of the game baskets for the remainder of
FNF Rack for clear utility boxes. Color (CLfl2\ W was fast and furious with the the contest. The final score
-two-toned green," miracle Poly \ Hornets twice leading by was UHS 43-Cross City 41.
sl8de Discin9Back 'eleven-points at 54-43 and
propylene. 58-47 The Tiger JV evened its
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Mowing 1 record at one win and one loss.
.Blade $276 minutes to play.
The Bear JV has both
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76 !
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Blount missed the first and Lake Butler.Jackson lot Holmes I 114
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final score was Hawthorne 59- Ttntmont. 1.0.6. B Smith I.I-t:Oeatlier
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Free Throw Infraction At Buzzer

.. 7'1 Pushes Eastside 64-63 Over BHSAlfred

1 ,4f
Alfred Ross sunk two- seats right up until the final a basket on a goal-tending then hit two free throws to tie Wayne Berry"then knocked
pressure packed free throws buzzer Greg Hudson, prior to violation by the Tornadoes on IC the game at 4747. Aldridgethen home a rebound for the
with two seconds remaining In Ross's free-throws, sunk what a 15-foot jump shot which was put the Tornadoes in the Tornadoes and Baker hit on a
the game, but the officials proved to be the' winning blocked by Milton Baker He lead at the end of the third driving layup with 2:23: to
ruled that he stepped over the points on a jumper with 21- also hit on another jumper quarter with a 15-footer that play. Vernon James sunk a
line and Gainesville Eastside seconds to play, his only from the baseline to make it 8- .hit the backboard and went{.la"oJ" free throw for the Rams and
held on to nip the Bradford points of the torrid contest. 4. Wayne Berry then rifled and made it 49-47. Greg Hudson got the Rams
High Tornadoes 64in the Scare. by QuartanatKlda home a 10-foot Jump shot for Lo James of the Rami sunka winning points with a driving ,
& opening basketball game of t6..16..I6..17.-.44 the Tornadoes Lo James then free throw to bring them layup. Hampton hit on a free I
7Lm the season for both teams. Bradford High 13..17..17..14.-.43Ea hit a long 25-footer to make it within one point of the Tor' throw for the Tornadoes. Ross
The loss to Eastside markedthe .t>ld., BBH.lt 1.0.3.Uo James 12-S- 104 in favor.of Eastside. nadoes. Bryan then sunk two then hit on a jump shot.
29. Wilson 77.6. Hudson 1 07. Vernon
first defeat for the James 2 3.7 Bryan <6 II. Total 24.\6. Baker hit on a free throw more f tee throws to put the Ross then was fouled as he
r& Torandoes at home.since they 64 and Wayne Berry cashed in a Rams in front by one-point. went up for a shot with two
Bradford High Aldrldga,, a.0.4. Baker hit on a driving layup to seconds to play in the thrilling
were defeated in 1972 by Ocala layup shot to bring the
Hampton 1 I 3, Bright 1 0 2,Wlllli Barry contest. He sunk both of them
Forest 58-53. It would have 306, Baker 11 3.35, Roil 339 Wayne Torandoes within one-point of put the Tornadoes back in ,
been Coach Mike Sexton's Berry 70 14. Totals' 28.7.O. the Rams. Baker then put the front. Lo James hit a driving but was called on the second
Milton Baker, No 15, goes In for a lay up against 100th basketball win at BHS.It Tornadoes in from 11-10 with a layup for the Rams. Bryan hit shot for being over the foul
Eastside's Vernon James, co-captain of the team which was an action packed The game was tied five 15-footer from the right of the on a layup and a free-throw to line which is a violation. The
topped the Tornadoes 64-63 last Friday night. Baker was contest that kept the overflow times in the first half and foul circle. Lo James got the put the Rams in the lead 5551. Rams ran the clock out on the
high scorer (or Bradford County with 25 points crowd on the edge of their three times in the second half.It lead back for the Rams with a Bryan tipped in a rebound for pass in. The final score was
was 32-all at the half. The 15-footer from the left of the the Rams on a ten-footer with Eastside 64, BHS 63.
BHS five had a two-point 49-47 foul circle.'James then stole 4:55: remaining to play in the Baker was the high point
advantage after the third the ball and hit on an easy game man for the Tornadoes with 25
Buchholz Breaks PressFejr points. Wayne Berry was also
period. layup shot to move the Rams*
Tornado Ross banged in' in '
Kenny Hampton a rebound double-figures 'with 14
Vernon James got the Rams lead to 1411. Lo James then
made this first Tree throw, for the Tornadoes. Bessett and valuable points. ,
free- hit five-foot baseline
; off to a lead by Sinking a on a
shot. but missed a second as Bryan sunk free throws to put The Rams were led by Lo
moments '
throw in the jump
opening /'' Eaxtslde rebounded and the Rams in front&: 5953. James with 29 points.
60-48 Win Over BHSOverc r M a drove to score) in the final
Bi minute of play for a 64-63
win over lUIS

a full court Bobcats moved to a 36-22 Berry fouled out for the fO: Tornadoes on a 15-footer and TRY THE NEWURBOTRONIC
press yhich Bradford High halftime lead with Glen Tornadoes,but contributed 18- Ross banged home the second
used oughout the game, the Jackson, Dale Layer and points to their effort. The final rebound to tie the game at 19-
Buchhftlz Bobcats defeated Robert Gould sparking themto score was the Bobcats 60- 19 for the Tornadoes. Bryan
the T/ nadoes 60-48 in a game their lead. Tornadoes 48. Wilson then hit on a sen-
play on Tuesday night, Dec. SCORE BY QUARTERS.uchholl Tornado Coach Mike Sexton sational underhand layup shot \
9, i/Gainesville. 16 10 11 IJ tO indicated the Tornadoes for the Rams to put them backin HOME CLEANING SYSTEM
eTornadoes moved out toa Bradford 12 10 11 II .41 looked better and Improvedtheir the lead. Baker then hit on a ,
PO lead in the early stages oft uchholl Jackson 7.2.16. Layar 74. losing performance to crucial shot for the Tornadoes
II, Oould 5-4.4. Ma.1I2.CI-4.Marlon 3-1-
t tbfe first quarter. With good .. Total 24-I2-40. Eastside. getting a field goal from inside
ze the Bobcats then scored Bradford High Baker 7-0-4. Wayne "The full-court press whichwe the foul line to tie the contestup
Jour baskets in a row to take Berry f,'0-lt,Roes f-Id.wlllli Barry 40. used the entire ball game once again, 21-all.
the lead 8-6 and the Tornadoes 1.M-l.Bright Total 2-0-4,23241.Hampton 3-0-a Aldrldga caused the Bobcats to have Willis Berry hit on a
'were never again ahead in the numerous turnovers," Sexton driving layup for the Tor-
contest. The first quarter In the third quarter the said. : : i nadoes and then came back to
ended with the Bobcats up 16- Tornadoes played on even In comparing the Bobcats to r-i'4t -. tie the game by tipping in a
12.The terms with the Bobcats with Eastside, Sexton said ?""-' 1k rebound. The Tornadoes took
height began to take its the score at the threequartermark "Buchholz has better overall
Floor mistakes and turnovers really tell the story of the the lead with 45 seconds to
toll on the Tornadoes in the Bobcats ahead 47-33. size and"has better'outside opening basketball game of the 1975 season last Friday for play in the half on a shot ft*'
second quarter as the taller In the final quarter Wayne shooting. both Bradford High and Eastside of Gainesville. Eastside behind the foul circle by
One of the factors in the
big Baker. The Rams tied the
won 64In the final two seconds when a BUS free throw
ball game was that the Tornadoes disqualified because the player stepped across the game up at 32-32 on two free-
BHS Baby Cagers 0-2 had only five free- line before the ball hit the rim. But fewer mistakes could throws by Bryan which was
throws making two, while the
I have given either team a decisive win the score at the half.
Bobcats hit on 12 of 22.
Baker hit free throw and
After One-Sided GamesOn Tornadoes Wayne Berry player was in the double only of the contest. Wayne Berry Baker hit on a five-foot another field goal on a layup. 7 50
put the Tornadoes out in front jump shot and then hit on a Wayne Berry tipped in a $134
figures with 18-points. Willis with a 15-foot jump shot Lo driving layup shot as the first rebound to put the Tornadoesin
Friday, Dec. 5, the never headed as he got 15 of Berry had eight and Kenny James put the Rams back in quarter came to a close with front 41-36, their biggest GETS THE HIDDEN I 1 OIRT I >
Bradford High JV lost to the his 17 points in this period. The Hampton had six. front .with a driving layup. Eastside in the lead 16-15. margin of the night. Lo James LOWEST PRICE
Eastside Hams by: a score of final score was Eastside 48 Buccholz had threeplayersin James was fouled on the play Vernon James scored for then hit on a layup and sunk a THE PROOF IS IN THE BAG5 EVER
48,19 and on Tuesday, Bradford High 19. double figures: they include and canned a free-throw to the Rams at the start of the free throw as the Rams came
I December 9, lost to the Bass was the high scorer for Layer 18, Jackson 16, and make it 4-2. Baker tipped in a second quarter on a long 25- back. ,
Buchholz Bobcats 5721. the Tornadoes with seven Gould 14.Alfred rebound to tie the contest at 4- footer. Lo James then hit on a Freddie Aldridge then hit a Compare It With Cleaners Selling
Leading all the. way the points with Capt. Ben Ross Ross was the Tor- 4 with 5:50: remaining in the free throw and the Rams beautiful live-footer after
Eastside Rams easily nabbing six markers. nadoes rebound leader with opening chapter.Lo increased their lead to 1915. taking a perfect pass from Jay ,For ;250 And More
defeated the Bradford High K. James with 17 and 10,Wayne Berry had nine. The James was then awarded Baker then hit for the Godwin Wilson then hit on ajumper .
junior varsity cagers 48-19 on Hutchinson with 10 were the Tornadoes had a total of 35 lor the Rams. Willis, P
\Friday night. Dec. 5, in the big guns for the Baby Rams. rebounds in the game. They 'bo... Berry then canned l a ten- ,,: United Wholesale
hit 23 of 66 shots for a 34
opening game of the season on I looltr to make the core'4S..Uin I
lor both teams. \For the second game.In a percent from the floor favor of the Tornadoes,, '
The Tornadoes now have j' ,' Lawrence Blvd. a
the BUS JV was easily Ill .lames then sunk two *
The 'Itums led by Ace .row, 473'3300
llutchinson's" live points defeated on Tuesday night lost both games that they have Iree-lhVows for the Hams Keystone Hgts.;" ,
Buchholz Bob- played so far this season. Wayne Berry then hit on a
the end the
moved l out to a 10.4 at Dec. It by Buchholz has both of its
shot lor .theTUI'I.8dlles.
of the opening chapter. Both cats 57-21 in Gainesville. driving layup
games.container Free Gift With Every Cleaner Sold Between
teams had trouble lindmg the ) Bryan then hit a
r.imio in the second quarter" ht'ld goal shooting from the
i liiI, (he"Haby;; Hams; led at I 1 1V1 2 loul line for the Rams. Bryan Dec. 10 -17

halttimeH7.\ I
In the third quarter he( D DDDDDDCCCC c cccccC----------------------L
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Tornadoes narrowed the gap
to 2:1-17:\ on the steady play of 4' to 6'
Jerome Mass and Ben Ross ey grown
who got two baskets apiece.. SYLVESTER JUNIPER or A&KFEEDHAS
But the final.chapter was a
deferent story as lion James
picked up three quick baskets RED CEDAR
and I the Ha by Hams were '
4 gal Containers $699Your

Gym Floor Choice MOVEDTO

Due Repair Plant it outside after Christmas

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badly-battered\ \ \ HradlordI r
POINSETTIASFlorist 511 Edward Road
I MI: School; I gym: I lloor will beret
unshed over the Christmas.
holidays; Hiving: Tornado af North End
Ikiskelballers: a better chanceto
play host to l>..Iskelb.l1ltuunl.ll1ll'nhl of Bradford Square
in the spring. Grade
Bids on the$2.100 repair and ; Shopping Center -
relinishuiK: will be taken JT6ad.f
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when correspondith the process must beginto the: HANGING PLANTERS Now ,..e, Our Phone Will Not Be

basketball sl'lll'dule.I'\ the "i

project. cannot be completed with drip tray & wire hanger in : Hooked Up For A Few
b> .Ian fi. the home name: \....

si-heduled lor that night will to 7" Size c Bloom I' Days '- Our Number
I hl'll'a.dl'(1I1w..n? asuiy game 87 FRESH ",
ai'comodakrepairs.' Coach Reg. '1" 075
.;Mike Sexton sa\s. STOCK $249 Will Remain 964-8711
would take thepressure 10" Size $ 09 up
oil." commented Reg. '1" X oes Enjoy Them Thru The
Hradlord! School I Hoard ar- Plant
Choose Green White Christmas Season and
SllIeho said
i-lnlect Craig
the project. could be bid or Yellow SAVE NOW in The Yard Later
\\ilhoul.' undue delay. rr+wE :'i
The gym has been in bad 1 Birds Need a Hand-Out

shape. over the sears due to -. This Time Of Year In either natural
1 leakage: Irom the roof Sexton on direct burial/ FERTILIZER
said The .root'was repairedluriiV BIRD FEEDERS I mount 8i
( ',.1 the summer, leavingthe

Thor us the only obstacleto Redwood Metal Plastic $149Available Includes &
hosting the district tour \
nament. ,,3 HANG-UP or POST STYLES ] Tank 1
"The' (lone isa..pcd in Stand &
places and I he linish i is bad." OFF '
Sexton said noting thai tloor Modal 562 20% Regulator

!repairs would give HradtordCounty .
a much better, chanceto SAVES MONEY TWO WAYS ,
host the district tour For a Pretty Green Lawn or Pasture All Winter:
Low purchase price, low operating cost.

nament.Sexton said he would applyto RYE GRASS SEED29C GRILLS, BAKES, ROASTS &-BAR8EQUES-
host this year's tournamentonce with true outdoor flavor. y "tr'R. '
,repairs. are. complete. I II'

Terwille or-Simmon8 i LB, BAG X999toRIDA lighter fluid or starting troubles-easy to light. I I II I Ie

INSTANT HEAT-no lengthy warm-up e

Winners At Quail Hts. GARDEN Open Now The Ii

Clyde B. Terwillegar and
Steve Simmons, as a team. EST CENTER I Lakv DW.IIlrs i
finished fourth low gross at 539 East Call St.
the Quial Heights Golf and NTIOL. *

Country tournament Club In. invitational Lake City 1 dal/a PH. 964-5745 ft** Sr 21 By Sears 4733752i. Keystone AT A VERY COMPETITIVE. .PRICE, a. COME ,SEE '

Saturday and Sunday. Complete Professional Pest Control Services j jy
Bill Adkinson also participated.



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The Hampton Christmas grown-ups. The party will Prevail of Gainesville, Mr. games, gifts were exchangedand
Party will be held next start at 7 p.m, Joi.11h1ne Fontaine Carol C'roll Honored and Mrs. J.G. Adkins of a good time was had by Trial For
Friday, December 19 at the With Baby ShowerA Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. all.
Hampton City Hall. Santa Friend and ,Neighbors real quickvJennie.. Weidemann spends the winter surprise baby shower was Calvin Richard and daughter
,I Claus will be there. There will We' extend sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Henry here. Mrs. Weidemann given for Carol Croll Sunday Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Joel R. School News Raping Girl, 14
r' be treats for the children and little Jennie Rhea, who suffered returns to their home after a afternoon. Smith and family of
Weidemann arrived in Sta'kemen
Trial of three
I coffee and cup cakes for the short from Hostessess were Margaret Jacksonville, and Guy young
they are
a leg Injury. Get well Hampton last week. Mr. stay Crawford Beverly Crawford, Interested parents of for sexual battery of a 14-
Padgeltof Starke. All the
--- Quakertown, Penn. men
- - and Donna Faye Burns. The went hunting but Calvin Hampton Elementary School year-old girl began this
11f--- Mrs. Barbara Dixon, a cake was made and decoratedby Richard was the one who students participated in a morning (Thursday, Dec. 111)
former resident of Hampton Margaret Crawford. killed the deer back-to-school program with Circuit Court Judge JohnJ.
HAMPTON and sister of Mrs. Bruno, was Refreshments were served Monday evening, December 8, Crews presiding.
\ p injured in an accident at and Carol received The when instructors- explained Calvin Martin Jr.. 18,
\ Waldo last Sunday. She was beautiful and useful many Hampton Christian various phases of school Walter Thompson 15- and
I iwoe GENERAL STORE I II released from the Hospital Those attending gifts.were Church rummage Ladies sale Saturday will hold, their Dec. curriculum. and children's Ronnie Kisby. 17, allegedly
with minor progress. the girl from
injuries.Mrs. Margaret Crawford, Beverly 13, at the Hampton City Hall), dragged a
t Crawford, Colette Wade, from 9 a.m. to 5 swimmipg pond near Bessent
n Florence M. Wade of Donna Faye Burns, Diane p.m.- Special reading teacherswere Road the afternoon of July 29
I SR 18 HAMPTON 468-1572 I Buffalo, New York is visiting Bruno and Mrs. Lillian Hall. Recreation. also on hand to inform and raped her, according to
with her and and of the school records.
daughter son Friends sending gifts were parents programand police
----..... granddaughter, Mr and Mrs. Becky and Patrick Crawfprd- The Hampton Senior to give advice on Improving The girl's brother ran from
',I I r-------COUPON--------7"-----GROCERY COUPON I'I A.R. Wade and daughter. She Bill Russell, Wessie,,Saxon, Citizens held their covered learning progress of the scene and called police as
I will be dish Christmas dinner individuals. the attackers carried the
I here over the Christmas Julie SaxonDonnie Hugh Friday, girl
: I 200 EXTRA I 100 EXTRA Holidays. \ December 5. into a wooded area. Officers
\ Crawford and John Crawford. Mr. Joe Riddick, president
"''II TOP VALUE STAMPS 1 TOP VALUE STAMPS I I Ors: Diane Bjurio.tchairman There were 31 present. presided at the meeting of the arrested i the suspects in three
,, Mr. and Mrs.-E: M. Prevail Highlight of the evening was PTA following the seperate areas of town later
I with coupon a Ul'Chaae 01 I with coupon end purchase ot of the Heard.. Start Sr., of Starke, entertained the announcement by Joe the classrooms.parents that day ._
visits to
: $750 or SS"groceries Christmas parade and ptirty; guests for a Thanksgiving Kerrigan that he and Peggy Tom The I three were indicted by a
., I more 1 I I was pleased that they I,wbq party Those present were Mr. Payne were married that Principal Casey the gave' Bradford County grand jury
information comprehensive
excluding Gas I Clperettee I excluding Gee I Clperelles third place in the!'' Starke'Christmas "-,,and Mrs. E.M. Prevatt Jr., morning. There was a won- testing Aug.'as: and released on $5.OIKIbond )

::11' At Hampton Gen. Store I .At Hampton Gen..Store I'I parade. :.Sam Emory III,. Mr. Walter derful dinner, and songs and being conducted currently program ,
Marlin Is
.., and sixth represented by
with the
Coupon Coupon Dec. 11 -Dec. -- ---
good Dec. 11 Dec: 17 good 17 will be special public defender
Parents soon
results of their Hubert A. Harper and the
I Il------------------- ------------------- receiving
I CASH COUPON.ClDaac 4'I tct P child's grades shown from' other llulslander.two by public defenderVic
I "RtRt these tests. The PTA voted to
'.. 'I'I 100 EXTRA ''I I --t -- appropriate the amount( of Jury for the Irial was
Puff & Play Doll .BUILDINq : TORJJ. selected \\ednesdjy.
'. : r TOP VALUE STAMPS I ; $100 to be used in tnamtenance

.!., .':. I I''I I wttn 55"coupon or more I purchase meat ot i '$179 Reg.: '2'" I i II l CUSTOM. Slate 496-2185 C..ufi.7. < "r.'. .x). I -results of Mrs.playground she Uoyue had equipment.Joyner on hand gave of SENIOR KerriganOur CITIZENSJoe

: ,excluding Gas I Clperettee I With This Coupon BUILT profits' realized from the
.tll 1 'I COMMERCIAL recent Halloween Carnival.Mr. executive board agreed
1 At Hampton Gen. Store I At Hampton Gen: Store I If 1111 HOMES CONSTRUCTION Riddick thanked all PTA to serve another year. They

Xi : I Coupon good 11 Dec, 17 I Coupon Good Dec, 11 17 V members and other include: Joe Kerrigan
f :1',1 I L : J I I COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLER cooperative people in the president: Bill Richards first
________-------- --___ community who assisted in vice-president; Mary Allen
"" .... 0-=00- the of the Carnival. second Hazel
l - - - -- if\ success vice-president:
Following the meeting Richards secretary: Jessie
refreshments were served by Young, treasurer: Gertrude
I Open Mon Wed 9 to 8 Thurs Sat9to9Sun12toe
Mrs. Dot Mitzel and Mrs. Wenty and Sophie Fisher
Bobby Shepherd. Senior house chairpersons: Ethel
A Afffarni1y'centers Citizen members Mrs, Batchelder membership
APPLIANCE Josephine Fontaine and Mrs. director: Bernie Smith,
rrc* Evelyn Vaughan\ere on handto receptionist: Walter and Peg
& take care of children duringthe Richardson sick committee.
meeting.Mrs. Emma Morton is in Ihe
1 Carole Shields' sixth North Central Florida
GIFTS FOR grade class was awarded the Regional Hospital and Art
$5 prize !for best represen- Lockwood is in the Veteran's
tation of parents at this Hospital Gainesville. Jessie
meeting. Bowden is in the Slarke
Y' !Nursing; Home and is able to
J receive visitors. Walter

THE HRE Pecan YieldReduced Hotfman. an amputee has
returned i to lull membership.We .
highly commend Walter
1 t PO iUQ By and Peg Richardson for their
Z steadfast dedication and in
CENTEIRO I Spanish MossPecan stinted assistance to our sick
111. S. 301 S. Starke, ., 4 members. We hope and pray
grower and other that those who are ill will soon
fruit and shade tree owners mend and be with us again
"MIN in this area are watchingthe
tl I Inaamuw 1I I SLEEK 'N 671 increase of Spanish soon.Welcome lo Timothy and
SLENDERCan moss on their trees because Anne Glowers new members.
il Sh Openar/Sharpener of the adverse effectit Anne surprised us with home
I '. \ I V A !_' baked Irish soda
wilt' will have on their crop bread and
II love + 1 9eauUlullystyled. $ 88I yield. also supplied the butter to go
III design.
ThIS\ Graduate Entomologistsat with it at UUlast meeting. It
I a : J HARVEST GOLD LIMIT 1 Florida Pest Control was delightful!; !
}, I ,Git\\\ 9. w 8PCC4 explain that Spanish moss Joe Kerrigan and Peggy;
I 14. 4l 'is not a parasite as Is Payne were united in holy d
\ aeewu.. ,,rather commonly thought, matrimony Dec., 5 by Judge
l \ \ T\, 4-0T. but an air plant having its Emory "Ked" Cross in
\ "&> owr) seed. It suffocates the Gainesville.A .
PRESTOPRESSURf --. tree by clogging Its breathing regulation U.S. flag was
I *CB500C sp HAMILTON pores ... it shades out presented to the Honorable
Ij '' 3100 BEACH sunlight ... it harbors Insects Mayor of Slarke, Mr. Charles
l altil and disease organ Schaeffer, by Joe Kerrigan
i lnlHillwuuu\iIN ptIC 3'/2-QT. ELECTRIC KNIFE isms. It adds weight and president of the Bradford
holds moisture and during County Senior Citizens. This
10-G FEE [ CRaCR QDT.COOKER [Avocado. Hon periods of heavy rain and event was part of the kickoffof
M COOKS ied stainless!$1 1 288 wind it is often this added our Bicentennial ceremonyat

[ gygTEMgr tNC' S-L-aW ALL-PURPOSE ELECTRIC FAST, FLAVORFUL MEAlSl I steel t weight that causes limbs to the old Courthouse Dec. 6.
vu.AMERICAN Cast Aluminum 275A LIMIT 1 crack or break and of Our Christmas party will be
pElICIOUSLY. -Durable R eru/ator/ course this makes the tree held Tuesday Dec. 16. at the
140 CUPS Included. Color Bright Finish/ Recipes more vulnerable to insects Pratt St. Recreation Center.
Filters and disease. All members are asked to
Brewed Coffee -Coffee Never Boils $ U.l Spanish moss can be bring a gift valued at $2 for
ip In 30 Seconds 8 8 LISTED I killed quickly, safely and exchange with a fellow I
,.. ady $1 $ economically. Florida Pest member.A .
Control uses a special for unique card game will be
LIMIT EACH PROCTOlBILEX mula, power spray that played to enhance the joy of
U U kills the moss AND Its giving and receiving. The hall
4\ 1 seed, but does not harm will be decorated and a
LIMIT J. IN AVOCADOELECTRONIC STEAM/DRY IRON' trees, shrubs or grass. For special door prize drawn.
EA CH pecan trees, spraying must Christmas carols will be sung,
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Call them at 944-5745. It the Telegraph and all the
could mean a bigger, I people Bradford County, we ',
-- better crop for you next wish you all a very wonderful

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liIII !i4m 'ft f" ( O r Held on Old Courthouse o Grounds It'l..I)' lU Class Kindergarten Salutes

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The raising of the Bicen- 7k' A large number of people The Kindergarten classes of
} I Starke Elementary presentedthe
toured the old courthouse
tennial and the
tation of an American presen-flag by 5 after the parade and viewed f'r 'Story play and, "A BicentennialSalute" Thanksgiving
the Senior Citizens Club to the display of historic
'I Nov. 12.
photographs depicting the life
Mayor Charles Schaefer for 5' students,
and times of Starke Kindergarten
the City of Starke served as a over the
.1 worked hard painting,
past loo /'r
kick-off for activities centered years.
and making their
.. decorating
around the Old Bradford Mrs. Elzie Sanders own costumes for the play.
County Courthouse last Crowds thronged the streets everything for 'sale from chairman of the BicentennialFlea They were involved In dances,

Saturday morning.In for the annual Christmas books to bromeliads. .Sales Market expressed ap- songs and scripts.
Parade at 10:30: and many.!...Jrom this event passed the preciation to all who con- wt1t ij After the play, refreshments -
presenling'the flag, Joe came to browse and buy at the $700 mark, and would have tributed to the success of this .* were served. The
Kerrigan,Senior Citizens Club Bicentennial Flea Market, gone higher, except for the event, either by donating 1_ children were praised for-
president, noted "this historic first big money-raising event threat of ram during the af- articles to be sold, by pur | their performance, a job well
occasion as we enter the third sponsored by the Bradford ternoon. The few<*Jtems chasing items on sale ':SB done.
century of our nation which'our County Bicentennial Committee unsold \\
remaining be | The 1975-76 kindergarten
forefathers dedicated to Open-air booths lined donated to charity, according At the regular monthly ; 1-yH 3 classes of Starke Elementary
us in the name of life liberty I both sides of Court Street east to Mrs. Elzie Sanders, Bicentennial Committee R joined with the rest of the
and the of happiness.1 meeting Monday night it was
pursuit of the old courthouse, offering chairman of the sale. decided country in the Bicentennial
to broaden the base of 'a
participation in future events salute.
between I School lunch menu for the
now July 4. ,
h week of ;
The president of each civic .. MONDAYsHamburger

group in the community will on a bun, lettuce
: be invited to attend the I tomato and pickle, french

January 12 meeting in the' fries, applesauce and milk

courthouse at 730, p.m. to TUESDAY

discuss Bicentennial projects. Sausage links, rice, tomato
r Each civic group will be askedto b beans half
Yr I gravy, green pear ,
adopt one of these events as roll,
its!!" contribution to the milk.WEDNESDAY
*.eel 6ration.
Churches will
also be asked to r Vegetable soup, tossed
participate I
salad, peach crisp, cheese
-4.w Alliance.through the Ministerial toast, milk.

rp The next big event will be w-Y M.k Roast Turkey, dressing with

the Bicentennial Wagon Train ; giblet gravy, mashed
which will visit the
county on potatoes, buttered peas or
February 12 for an overnightstop broccoli
1I 1 ambrosia, cranberrysauce
at Graham. Riders are From left: Bicentennial Chairman Elzie Sanders Senior Citizen President Joe roll, milk.
invited to join the train, and Kerrigan,and Mayor Charles Schaefer take part In flag ceremony at old Bradford County FRIDAY
local musicians are invited to courthouse last
Joe butteredcorn
on bun,
participate in the program. aturday"T' potato chips, orange

juice, cookie, milk. +,I Ir'
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.. December, January and take a look at ligustrum,, t
February is the ideal time for ?
:.... i., .... .. : : podocarpus, pyracantha,,
,' .. major tree and shrub plan
.. ,. cherry
( i" '. ', .'I. '; : ting. There is no substitute fora viburnum, sasanqua, pittosporum.or,,

well-planned landscape Burford holly.
where materials are carefully

Paul I Revere Rides Again In Christmas Parade selected and then properly Small plants for very
planted. limited areas, perhaps on the
t patio or near an entrance area
Make a careful study prior may include: dwarf yaupon,
to selecting plants to obtain dwarf azalea, aucuba, fatsia,
editorial . the best possible plants for dwarf nandina, boxwood, M a-
your needs. Consider these holly fern, liriope, dwarf 5i4cv
items in selecting plants pomegranate and others.
surface and internal drainage, ;

sun and shade requirements, On nearly every property
Bicentennial Help NeededThe ultimate size of the plants, the there are small left over bits
relation of one plant to of ground too small to effectively -
another in regards to form, use lawn grasses. r
texture and color and seasonal For added interest and ease

interest (color of foliage, fruit, maintenance use ground ...
success of the Bicentennial Flea Finally, there is the countywide flower and branching covers. /"

Market last. Saturday' demonstratesonce celebration to be held on or around the characteristics)., ,
again *hat can be accomplished .Fourth .climax to the whole- ;" } Plants that make good ; lPJ i
; July as '
: l .
For the'homei: not over'. ground 'coven 'are;." English ) ......1 "
when enthusiastic people' pull togetherwith Bicentennial effort. Just what form this plant. Remember plants and :Algerian ivy, liriope, Union County' High Homecoming Queen Jean Holmes cute'; ribbon 'officially 'open/

a common goal even though they will take is not yet known, but one thing properly cared for will not be monde! grass, shore juniper, Guaranty Federal's new Lake Butler branch last Sunday afternoon. At left Is :Mrs/La
be few in numbers. "sureT;' it" will mean many hours of static in the yard. They will and weeping lantana.It Trelle Hamilton, branch manager. /

planning and i work to make it into a grow taller, spread and fill in is important to rememberthat Colonial style building of antique brick makes attractive addition to Lake B/ er's
The response of the public to the call spaces that might seem at business district. /.

for items to sell at the Flea Market was memorable event. first to be under planted. They landscapes do not just happen are living., but GF directors gather on steps of new building. From left: W.N. Robinson Tom/obson

B.F. Mizell. Jr., Fred II. Cantrell. M.I. Rudderman. Leo J. Thomas, John A/Tor ode,
overwhelming, most appreciatedby for the handful Consider the size of house must be planned. The time
The is too
job just big
Eugene L.' Matthews and C.A. Pound, Jr.
the Bicentennial Committee. But the been and property. Large over- you spend in the selection and
of local enthusiasts who have
powering plants dwarf the size of will
fact remains that there are far too few arrangement plants
carrying the Bicentennial ball so far. of the property and take up reward you for years to come.
volunteers to perform the nitty-gritty They need help, and lots of it. usable space for outdoor Guaranty Federal Opens
tasks that must be performed if besides becoming a problem

Bicentennial Bradford County observance.Of is to have. a successful Attendance at the early Bicentennial point.from a maintenance stand- tfit/iu tJ, 111, New Branch Office in Lake BuglerMiss .

meetings has been disappointing, but it .,.,

course, most of the effort,so far has is hoped that this will improve once the Unity is an essential HAPPENINGS Jean Holmes, Union from 12:30: to3:30: p.m., where preciaticlf of his past services'

been focused on restoration of..the Old holidays are over, and we actually enter element of a well-designed ROAD DEPARTMENTDear County Homecoming Queen, they were greeted by B.F.. by Guaranty Federal and the
landscape which can be cut the ribbon at 12:30: p.m. Mizell, Jr., GF president; FloridJ" Savings & Loan
Bradford County Courthouse, which is the Bicentennial..year of 1976. Every achieved with a proper Sir: Sunday, opening Guaranty Mrs. La Trelle Hamilton, League.

the maj ,'project.oC the county committee civic group will be asked and expected to balance of simplicity, con- I would like the citizens of Federal Savings & Loan branch manager; and

but there are hundreds of other. send TT representative, preferably its tract and scale.A Bradford County to know what Association's new Lake Butler directors of the Association.Mrs. Refreshments were served

jobs to perform- 'before the Nation's."president, to the first Bicentennial properly planned land- has been happening at the Branch to the public.A Marjorie Roberts, wifeof ana favors distributed during

200th birthday rolls around next July 4. meeting of the new year on Monday, scape lessens the temptation, Bradford County Road steady stream of visitors the late Clarence Roberts, a : the afternoon.-
Jan. 12,. at. 7:30 in the ,County Com to add those odd pieces of' Department which is under toured the antique brick former director' of the

There are arrangements to be mission'room of the new courthouse.At binds material which one often Commissioners.Mr.the jurisdiction.of the County colonial structure at 17$ W.. Association, was presentedwith / The new branch opened for

made for local participation with 'the on sale or receives from Main Street. in Lake Butler certificates of ap-y business Monday morning
well-intentioned friends. As
Bicentennial Wagon Train which will this time, plans for the remainderof good as intentions are, those me on. George October Roberts 10 for fired not

make an overnight stop in Bradford the Bicentennial year will be butlined, unplanned plants are a .reporting to work. At that .r
County in February Local musicians are and each civic group will be assigned one common nemesis to unity in I time I was on Workmen's' National Guard Sets Open House

wanted to appear with the Wagon Train project as its responsibility. A com- the landscape. Compensation because of a I

group in staging a folk festival of musicat petitive spirit will be encouraged, with Simplicity does not mean job-related injury to my arm. And Tour Of

the overnight stop in.Graham, and each group striving to make its monotony. Rather, it is too Mr. Roberts claims said ,there which were is CampJillandingArea'The
e local riders wanted Bicentennial best in the variety without confusion. A many .
are to join the effort,, the large variety of plant interesting in the light that
Wagon Train procession on its approach county. Churches are also asked to materials can result in a Mr. Roberts coordinates local National Guard Installation:The tour will be a stated SSG John W. Hersey,.
and departure from this area. participate, for no segment of the cluttered appearance. Workmen's Compensation unit is conducting an "Open "drive thru1' of the Camp to full time administrative
community should be more mindful of Insurance for the County House" at the armory located .!include visits to the Camping assistant.
There is work to be done in connection Select areas for special employees. Now Mr. Roberts, at 720 Edwards Road in Starke Area, Enlisted and Officers
with the State Bicentennial the significance of the Bicentennial, concentration rather than says I was fired for other this Sunday,Dec. 14, from 2-4:; Club, bivouac areas, training The unit is working on
Exhibit which will be shown at the since first settlers to our great nation spreading your efforts over reasons]but that was not whatI areas as well as the rifle placing old pictures military
Bradford came here seeking religious freedom.In too great an area. Purchase was told at the time. Mr.; p.m.The ranges.* Members of the unit equipment and items of interest
County Fair, March 31 unit Is' not having the
April only those plants that are Roberts has never ap- can use recreational facilities
pertaining to National
1, 2, 3. Space will be set aside in this order be the strong and healthy. It does not proached me pn any .other family dinner this year on the without charge and the pur- Guard History in one of the
fabulous three-trailer exhibit for the to. meaningful, pay to sacrifice quality for reasons for my firing. last training assembly prior to post of the tour is to show the rooms to be displayed to the
Bicentennial effort must have more Christmas but is having an
quantity. facilities to families of
purpose of displaying local art, history, involvement the of Just last week, a man was house at which time Guardwomenwho public. Artifacts can be givento
on part more open Guardsmen or
handcraft historical : people.. :"g'r' fired any member of the unit or
or artifacts. Getting Know the wing for chargesand certificates will be presentedto
been the
It is to be around whenour assaulted have not using
a rare privilege call 964-5320 and items will be
this local exhibit together will require requirements of the plants you then by the the wives of the Guardsmen facilities.
much time and effort. Nation celebrating its 200th select and what they have to Road Department Superiiii.tendent present.A picked the The unit desires to
Anniversary, and every man, woman,or offer in way: of beauty and Leon Ellington. The Persons interested in make exhibits as In-
There are many fund-raising jobs child in the county should show his or function in the landscape.Some ,. Commissioners have taken no bus tour of Camp Blan- enlisting are invited to attend formative and interesting/ ,
action against Ellington ding will be conducted for the "Open House" and take a possible. Old uniforms of
to be done, for the various Bicentennial her appreciation by participating in the. plants prefer a sunny yet. those who have not visited the look at the facilities and World War I, items of that
projects cannot be staged without Bicentennial in some manner. location and for this type y equipment at the armory as period, etc, is what the unit is
money. The Flea Market, though a situation, you may select This Road Superintendent is well as take the bus tour looking for.

financial Run don't walk to the nearest among junipers, hollies, allowed to drive a county seems to be preferential
success, must be followed up vehicle home because he is on
with bingo games,art shows, bake sales, telephone and volunteer your services daylilies bottlebrush, roses,pyracantha fruit trees,, "24 hour call. Yet he- has have treatment friends given on to the those Com-who Rezoning Requested for I

amateur shows, and other moneyraisingefforts today. Or better still, attend the next shade trees, primrose been seen driving this same mission. It's who you know not

requiring many willing hands. Bicentennial meeting on January 12. jasmines, crepe myrtle and truck from one end of the where you live that deter Kingsley SubdivisionA I
others. county to the other with his
mines how good your road is.
wife and son with him. He has
There is 3 mile stretch of
Plants well suited to shaded been seen doing his shoppingin a
lime-rock road which services petition containing some include any lake front
conditions include: Englishivy the truck, and seems to use
3 residences and one church, 40 or more names was property.
ferns 'liriope, dwarf it and at his
county gas own presented to the Clay County
(no through ) while
azalea and hydrangea. discretion.Mr. 'The petitioners told'
PRI4q BRADFORD Cot some of the most heavily Zoning Commission at its were
they would have to follow
N> 0'' Roberts is concerned traveled roads are almost December 4 meeting
p ; plants which will requesting'reclassification of regular zoning procedures:
z'iiCiti'NC'r take either sun or shade and about insuranceclaims for the Impassable in wet weather a portion of Kingsley Village obtain names and addressesof
county, yet the' Road because they have no
'w utr have few major insect and Subdivision from RB (single all property owners and
N ,"'r'IrO" disease pests include: abelia, Superintendent Is allowed to limerock base. family residential to RC,' notify them by letter of the
o () althea, bamboo, podocarpus, let his young son run aroundthe These are only a few things permitting mobile homes. proposed zoning change; post
z .BQB G. FERGUSON -,,OHN:M. MILLER ligustrum, nandina, oleander, Road Department shop among many that need to be signs on the property; and
I ..' ". v PublIShers. '{ pittosporum, viburnum, wax and to ride on the graders, aired with the public. It seems advertise for a public hearing.
4' The petition
placing himself and the was presentedby
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter. at the Post Office at Starke, FI.. (Ender Acts; confederate myrtle yaupon jasmine holly, loquat and, workers, in potentially to me that the Bradford R.O. Dansby of Starke and M.L. Beasley, director of

of Marcl:).3, 1879. 'If yucca. dangerous situations. County Commissioners have Paul Raymond'' of Ralford, I the Clay County Zoning
\ Subscription rate in trade area; $6 per year: 3.50 six months. ., taken (.the trust that people ....who said the area Included Board, said the earliest time
: Outside trade area:'' $7 per year: 44.p0.. UK months, / I think Mr. Wallace on placed in them too lightly. Blocks A, B. C and D of the the hearing could be held
Phone 964.6305 .' ',"....". ."_, Starke. Aa. If a plant for hedging or' Forsythe Road would 'be interested Sincerely, subdivision "back up on the would be at the regular
screening is what you want to know that there Jerry. Hall highway" ((230) and did not meeting In February.Pagelo .


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Dave Paulk 69, of Starke LQWR! I
died Wednesday Dec. 3, I in
Alachua General Hospital,
Gainesville, after a sudden '
Born in GEORGIA SHIPPED., Pantry
on Nov. 10, 190H!( Mr. Paulk Pride
had lived In Starke since 1950 PERK
and was a member of the N FRESHFRYERS .
Madison Street Baptist @
Church. A retired road
building contractor, he had
servlas a Bradford County
Commissioner since 1972. I STARKE COFFEE

Surviving are his wife, 320 SOUTH .
Hazel Underhill Paulk: two ,0'
daughters Faye (Mrs. Ervin .WALNUT ST.

Vernon Andrews) and Heddish Sylvia>)>; (Mrs.two 0 WHOLE JI Ac ALL ITEMS AND PRICES GOOD WED.,DEC. 10, CE
brothers. Brooks Paulk Lake THRU WED.,DEC.17,1175.QUANTITY'
City, and Edison Paulk, 2 PER RIGHTS RESERVED. L B
Whitehouse, one sister, Mrs.
Frances Stone Woodbine, we are pleased to accept '
Ga; ; and five grandchildren BAG LB U.S.D.JL FOOD STAMP BAGCOWPONS

Funeral services were held
at :4 pm Saturday in the
Madison Street Baptist
Church with Rev Denton
Sumrall and Rev John
Strickland officiating Interment SAVE EVERYDAY SAVE SAVE EVERYDAY SAVE
Cemetery was with in Crosby DeWitt Lake C. PANTRY 31L1 LOW Full CutBONELESS 21L4 PANTRY 21. LOW 4

Jones Funeral Home in
charge. 1 I I I

County George Roberts Commissioners Dave 0 SIRLOIN a ROUNDSTEAK 0
Shutord K. W, lludges and CHUCK POT y /p Golden RipeBANANAS
Ralph Bryan and courthouse
officials,Gilbert Brown and J.
U Kelly. \ STEAKS \ ROAST \

Cecil Grant: 74

Cecil f Hayncs Grant;74,died I U.S. GOV T U.S. GOV T U.S. GOV T .

Jacksonville following a long illness hospital FED LB FED FED .
Born September 15, 1897 in
Starke Mr. Haynes was the
son of Bessie f Haynes and
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William Jefferson Grant. A le 0" \.WI
former resident of Starke, he WASHINGTON n'


Church Avondale of Jacksonville United Methodist, was a \ STEAKS GROUND PIECES on BEEF OIVIIHIO 't TSS OROUND ttir, \ 1

Club past president of Augustine of the,Kiwanis and of #?....?, $168 C a 4LSPKO.TO $'38 2 69. C ua98' D 25"VIOITAILI PROTEIN I- 0 25(
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the Business and Professional IN. D LBSUPER
Men's Club there.He had been i COON MO U f. L. f.pICG.' E : LB f. POUND EI
associated with Firestone Tire
and Rubber Co. for 15 --- *
Goodrich Tire and Rubber Co. 111 tow YI ANrlr COUPON! .
for,12 years and prior to his ,1 ; E
retirement a few years ago I U. S. NO. 1R TOASTER
owned and operated Grant's SENECA 1 I II
Supply Co. in Jacksonville. II < WHITE
Survivors include his wife, II 29oz. 9 j PASTRIES9CI
Mrs.GladysSmith! Grant; two OFF : lloz
sons: Cecil Haynes Grant : WED.I
WillianA Grant of Jackson-. j DEC. 10,THRU WBO.\\DEC.17,197S.LIMIT-1 OF EACH CENTS; LBLOOSE DEC. 10,THRU WED..DEC. 17, 197S.LIMIT-1 Of EACH
ville and four grandchildren; .COUPON1DUN .I'+ ;; TOSACCO PRODUCT EXCLUDED.." : -- ;
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Robert H. Walker, -
and Charles William LOW rRICIW UP LOW mem' ur jo tOW PHICISI UP TO '

morning Services, Dec.were 9,held at gravesidein Tuesday Orange Juice 3/1/ 1 17'! Beef Cube Steak lB $178 2V j Sliced Bologna ,95 14' I I Food Gift Certificates

the officiating.FLORIDA Rev. Floyd H. Fisher Breakfast Bacon LI$139 1 ao.i Breakfast Links $1 199 20'I' ; Skinless Franks 69-' I

Lamb Roast Bwo1 l/or/:=:EN= LI 69 ''I Skinless FranksMA $1 129 10' I Chipped Meats 45* to'IENUINE i 0et GIVER I' '


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Union School Board Extra Cloan Cars **
2 .fc
Judges Work On Busy Court Calendarin 1

Approves UCHS 'Dances one of the busiest changed his plea from not assault -against Bell was .:,.,The .. case, of Jimmy /7lilrnG, AUTO (o

calendars in recent years guilty to guilty. His prison dropped by the state. Higginbotham also known as .:a= LL1L..JLLlLfLlC': SALES ; ; ,).
LAKE BUTLER- was a and outstanding science Circuit Court in Bradford time is to run consecutivelywith ,The following cases were Jimmy Waters has been U _
students invited County commenced with sentence he is allowed to change their pleas continued until Thursday Dec
victory for students and an are to attend a any now 473.4078
unprecendented move for the the week-long conference. beehive of activity on Tuesday serving. A second case of from not guilty to guiltYi but 11 for disposition. He is 0. 473.4470 m
Union County School Board School Board policy states morning December 9, with larceny of a motor vehicle was will be sentenced ater charged with auto theft and o
Tuesday night when it ap that 'under no circumstancesmay two Judges using both cour dropped by the state as part of time: grand larceny in two separatecases. '75 CHEVROLET '74 VW KOMBI

proved to dances for the upcoming buses be used for non- trooms. plea negotiations. -Benjamin Daniels pled" Impala 4.Dr HT 15,000 Bus Red d Ready ;II;"
school functions" so the The following defendants -William Francis Dell was guilty to escape. .
After year.a few questions, the board had to deny the request. arraigned at the docket before placed on probation .for 12 -Johnny W Jones pled Charles Edward Lee was :.a' Miles, Like New A Real Perfect for A Camper "n
board approved allowing the The denial meant a loss of Chief Judge John J. Crews of months after he changed his guilty to escape. scheduled to go to trial on .1 Buy at ,$3975 5'L
students' having the junior. about $1,100 to $IZOO for the Gainesville with trials set for plea from not guilty to guiltyof -Kenneth.Francis .pled Tuesday December 9, on $3675
senior prom.In Gainesville. school board. The board saiditwouldconsiderchanging Feb. 16, 1976Harold : larceny of a firearm. A guilty to possession of a charges of assault with intentto .
School board policy said the the Hubbard entered a second charge of aggravated weapon by a state prisoner. murder and possession of a Ie '74 MERCURY
board must the policy. plea of not guilty to escape., -James Callahan pled, weapon by "a state prisoner. 71 T BIRD
dance,only and not specify approve where There was also a lengthy "-Lester Lamar Olive entered BHSMatmen guilty to possession of a Lee entered a plea of guilty to M Comet, 4.Dr. Sed 6 CyI, _.'
the activity should take place. discussion of fire safety in the a written plea of not weapon by a state prisoner a lesser charge of assault and L Loaded Extra Clean 3Spd. R 8 H, NiceZ675 :I
The junior class middle school Joseph guilty to buying receiving, -William Junior Norris on count two pled guilty to nstmas -
representative said that in a Schretzman, a parent and and-or aiding in the con- Pin 2 WinsIn pled guilty to escape. aggravated assault which is $1850 GiftC'74 $ :
-Ronald Lee Steele pled also legally considered a
recent survey, 69 parents had volunteer fireman,reported Ina cealment of stolen property. ,
approved the motion. She did recent check that two fire -David William Padgett Openers guilty to escape. lesser charge i *4" I
not say how many familieshad exits at the'school were entered a written plea of not GMC SUPER CST. '74 CHEVROLET

been polled. inoperable. The finding had guilty to buying, receiving BHS Wrestling team under 3 County Cases Heard AT, PSt V-S, Factory AC. mtc
By Judge
and-or in the -tc
been made to the ad- aiding con-
This is the first time the Coach Roger Chilson opened
y Ton Extra Clean Ie:
Green & White 'A Real
cealment of stolen
ministrative property
prom has not been in the Lake offices, which their season with wins over a
Butler Civic Center. High said the deficiencies had been Padgett also entered a written Palatka South 39-27 on Three non-jury trials were James McHaney, a prisonerat ,, .BUY tr
School Principal Billy Ray repaired. Supt. James Cason plea of not guilty to breakingand Thursday, Dec. 4,and over the disposed of without going to FSP charged with escape, $2975 $2495 i
Foistor said he had talked also said that more routine entering and grand lar- Madison Cougars 64-6 on trial at a session of Bradford larceny of a motor vehicle,
with the prom committee and checks would be made in the ceny in a second case against Tuesday, Dec. 9. County Court on Thursday, aggravated assault,
those representatives had future.. him.Elmo Those scoring for the December 4. possession of a weapon by a U'74 '74 HONDA CB 360 D'c
answered his questions Hampton, Jr., fileda Tornadoes in the win'over The case of Alford Mullins state prisoner, and breakingand FORD COURIER 7,000 Miles, Electric Start..
written plea of not guilty on charged with operating a entering with intent to
satisfactorily. He added that Jane Leatherwood Palatka South include Marvin
he was willing to have the a charge of aggravated Slocum, Tommy. Meng, Erie motor vehicle while under the committ a misdeamor to wit: iN Red Low Mileage Sissy Bar, Nice and Only I,
in Gainesville to test the New AssistantTo assault on William Hen. Joe influence of alcoholic petit larceny.
prom Biggs, Lazenby, Willie
location for future events. derson. Perry, Scott Pooser,' and beverages was continued.The Testimony in the trial got D $2795 s 875'
The students were put to Rep. Williams -Edward Eugene Holder 'Jimmy Clark. case against Johnny underway on Wednesday ,
another trial when the board entered a written plea of not The Pittman, also charged with morning with the case slatedto )
victory over Madisonsaw '
approved their having a dance Rep: Frank Williams of guilty to automobile theft. In a these Tornado winners: operating a motor vehicle go to the jury just as the x'12 DODGE CHARGER 72 FORD MAVERICK My :
while under the influence of
Jan. 16, after the home Starke announced the appointment -. second case Holder entered a Telegraph went to press. ,
of Jane Leatherwood written plea of not guilty to Ricky Norman Jerry alcoholic beverages was V-S, AT, PS, PB, AC R & 6 Cyl Powder Blue. R & H.
basketball Sullivan ,
game. Slocum, Meng dismissed the state.A Nice and a Gas *"
to the of administrative breaking and entering a by H. 2.Dr. HT Extra Nice.Real
Future dances will dependon post Biggs, Mark Joiner, Lazenby W .
of in- (
charge disorderly Cason .
assistant dwelling, or building with Case
the students' conduct at '
( Perry, Kenneth Cruger, and
toxication *"
this dance the board agreed. replacing James V. Crosby, intent to commit a Jimmy Clark. against ONLY si875'Saver.'' 51675tc
Mae Simmons dismissed.
The board had to refuse arequl'st Jr., who resigned recently to misdemeanor to-wit' petit "The Tornadoes have a fine County Judge was Elzie Sanders To Come Up
by the University of go to work for the Florida larceny. team this year and we hope the .' 9
presided at session of -tc.
Iowa for use of a school bus fora Department of Offender -Marvin Lavern Godwin the public will come out to see court.In In KH 71 PLY. CRICKET 71 DATSUNIII
science trip. The university Rehabilitation. pled not guilty to breaking and us wrestle.",Chilson said. TonightKEYSTONE 4 Door Station Wagon n
annually sponsors the trip, Ms. Leatherwood who livesin entering and grand larceny. The, next meet will be on other trials on Tuesday, 4.Dr. Sed. 4-pd. R & .
Gainesville and is a nativeof Judge Crews sentenced Saturday Dec. 13 when BHS Circuit Court Judge John J. HEIGHTS -C ,end Only 4- Speed Air Condo ;
Mrs.J.R.Kelly High Springs, was em- John Albert Morgan to eight hosts Ocala Vanguard in a Crews of Gainesville granteda -
The of Union ,
ployed as a staff assistant in years in prison on an escape .match at Bradford High request by defendent Rickie case County $975 51695 "
School James Cason will
From after Supt.
Recovering the Department of charge the FSP inmate
Gymnasium ,at 4 p.m. Lee Young to remove
Mechanical Engineering at come up Thursday, Dec. 11, in .
Accident injuriesJ the University of Florida from Assistant Huslander Public of Gainesville Defender Vic as municipal traffic court as one C '71 FORD TORINO '71 PONT. SAFARI "
Pair Treated After WreckTwo of the cases at 7:30: p.m. at .'
1968 to 1975. Prior to that time
defense consul. Young was City Hall. i 2-Dr. HT, 40,000 Miles. Sta. Wag AT, PS, R & H \I Iu
R. Kelly, Bradford County she was administrator for the indicted Bradford :_:
by a County One Owner AT, with 6 AC. Needs Brake Work.
tax collector, reported North Florida Director of the persons were treated 1974 pickup truck operated by Grand Jury in May of this
Tuesday that his wife, Allie Division of Disaster and released from the Joseph David Branson of year of murder in the first Cason faces five charges Cyl. R&H AStea'at;: : RUS$5751 It I
Maye, is "coming along Preparedness from 19641967. emergency room at Bradford Starke causing an accident. degree in conncetion with the stemming from a traffic in- Ii $1275 t t
nicely" in her recovery from "Ms. Leatherwood comes to County Hospital after being Branson and Taylor's wife death of Darrell Lee Wingardat cident in which he was Do r
injuries sustained in an her new work with a most slightly injured in a car- Dee Taylor, 53, Starke were the Florida State Prison at stopped by former Starke .D s
automobile accident on impressive record and pickup truck accident at the injured and taken by am- Starke last winter. Police Officer John Howard, : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS r
Monday evening Nov. 24. unqualified recom- intersection of SR-230 and SR- bulance to the emergencyroom Judge Crews appointed who is now a patrolman with
Mrs. Kelly sustained two- mendations, said Rep. 16 at Kingsley Lake last at Bradford County .Starke attorney Dudley Hardyas the Keystone Heights Police II iiC
broken bones in her right Williams. Wednesday Dec. 3, at 10 p.m. Hospital where they were a special public defender to Department. The charges 473-4470 & 473-4078 a
ankle and broke her ''left Crosby resigned recently to treated and released. represent Young and con- include unlawful speed ..a
'kneecap. She has casts on both go to work as a Classification The Clay County Sheriff's The accident was In- tinued the trial until Feb. 16, driving while under the In- ., J I
legs and has been patient at Officer with the Reception and Department investigated the vestigated by Deputy Sheriff 1976. fluence, resisting arrest -K* Extra ClaanCare *:*
Alachua General Hospital in Medical Center with the Lake accident and their report Mike McKee who listed Selection of a jury was heldin without violence, no valid ",", I
'. Gainesville since the mishap.The Butler Transit Unit based in a showed that a 1969 Chevrolet damage to both vehicles at Circuit Court on Tuesday drivers license, and refusingto
accident occurred near warehouse in Bradford sedan operated by Joseph M. approximately $4,200. afternoon in the trial of Jack sign a citation J,
the Bradlord County Courthouse County.He Taylor, 48, 'of Starke was Deputy Mckee cited Taylorfor "a M
on US-301 and GeorgiaStrel.t was employed as administrative
travelling on SR-16 when he operating a motor vehicle A
involving the Assistant from
Kelly apparently made a left-turn while under the influence of
vehicle and a truck. January 1973 until this year. SiR
onto SR-230
into the path of a alcoholic beverages. 1 .- SiC

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The Top For Only $25 The Slacks With i Courthouse was built i in 1902 at a cost Sao''

r' Comfort PlusRStyling Are Only M 1600 I of $12,500, and was recently) Far

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Starke Today 11 pi tiff

uthorlty The Suwannee will meet River at Valley 2 p.m. ( tp\tir I t \ ARE A AIMIg ItVs

.. ursday, Dec. 11, In theBounty i t
Commission room of I'I''I't '
e Bradford. County courthouse. p t or 10 I DENOMINATIONS

Dr. Frank Philpott, of ; \ (HIGHER UPON REQUEST)
ainesville, Authority
chairman, said this would be ALSO AVAILABLE ARE
Ute first meeting to be held ata t a /
location other than CERTIFICATES FOR OUR FRESH
Suwannee, the traditional
meeting place. A recent t FRUIT BASKETS IN $3, M, &, *5 SIZES
decision was made to rotate ) i
meetings between all counties NF .
Included on the agenda will t
be a report on the status of the PRICES GOOD DEC. 11-17
Suwannee River West Pass

dredging project designed to TETLEY.. Limit 1 with' USDA GRADE 'A'' FROZEN
open up the channell so boats MORTON FROZEN ( $7.50 or mor. purchai. excluding cigarettes) .

can also get in be and nominated out. Officerswill for the CHICKEN, TURKEY, BEEF, SALISBURY TEA BAGS 100-CT. 99C FRESH WHOLEFRYERS
new year starting January 1. OR MEAT LOAF Box
Jack Trawick, ,secretary- .. A
treasurer of the Authority, DINNERS
said the public is invited to DETERGENT.
attend the meeting in Starke. .

BoardTo : IVORY LIQUID 3-; 99C

Money Meet TonightOn Woes $ 1 4 9

Another special meeting of IB.
the Bradford County Board of [ 4c: : USDA GR. PLEASE11oz.
Trustees will be held tonight, A FRESH HA. ALL WHITE
(Thursday, Dec. 11)) at the DINNERS
hospital to have further .
discussion on the need for
approximately $126,000 to pay
bills in order to break even to '
start the new year. L
It is expected the trustees I
will be updated by the hospitalstaff ORANGES or : CHUCK ROAST
on what money has .
become available since their
last special meeting on GRAPEFRUIT.
Monday, December 1. f
At that meeting Auditor
Albert Crippen suggested the
board consider approachingthe iSCOci S. 98cH
county to send tax Limit 1 with $7.50or
revenues to the hospital as : ...,,; mor* purchvte
soon as they are collected excl wdi ngcigarettes L B.
rather than in 12 monthly
installments. BAG

CUBB Agency LB.


its first meeting of the
pew year CUBB Economic GREEN BEANS '; .
Agency's Full Year Head c' ; -7'
Start Policy Council elected W OMEN '
Reverend Johnny Bryant of .
Clay County Chairman; Ms. '
Estelle Harrell of Clay County rn itd i c ,I 139
Vice Chairman; Ms. Marlene HALF 1Cri
Strama. of Bradofrd County LB.
Secretary; and BenjaminClark GAL. ?
... .It-! 1 "'
Jf. of Bradford County CANS .. CANS
Vice Secretary.The
Policy Council is madeup BONELESS
of 18 members represen- iQULDER ROAST u *1491
ting Clay, Union, Baker and
Bradford counties and will HARVEST FRESH
direct policy for the Head W-D BRAND 1OO% PURE
Start Program in the year POLE BEANS MAXWELL FAMILY

Headstart Classes \f HOUSE L'1:111'u, E. TIDEDETERGENT' IN 5 OR 10 l8.i .

Visit Cane GrindingChildren COFFEE Ot/T HANOI PAKS

from the Bradford I 1I .1 9 c
County Head Start Center in 33c aElI
Starke, together with staff, PUee a.oUNO
project director and education I
coordinator,enjoyed a visit to' M.B.* a. / /
the Franklin's HomesteadFarm
In Lawtey on December HAND! PAKGROUND
4 for a canegrindmg given by CHUCK. JS *1"
the Franklins and Mrs. D.L. RICH'S FROZEN P

Bright.,The children enjoyed BLUEBERRY OR BUTTERMILK Limit 1 with $7 SOCMC s
drinking the cane juice and HICKORY SWEET
pumping and having a cool PANCAKE MIX ludingc
drink of water from the old SLICED
igareltes BACON
fashioned hand pump on the

farm.Head Start parents are $111 --------------' '
working now in preparationfor PILLSBURYFLOUR e DISHWASHER ,
the Christmas party for 2 1E QSt DETERGENT i 29
the children to be held 16-oz.

December 19 at the center. CTNS. I ; [CASCADE

PO Positions _ _ _ 1-LB.
1 PKG. t

Open At MelroseThe U.S. NO. 1 REGULAR : C WITH THIS C

.1 568 Me COUPON
United Postal Service POTATOES GOOD ONLY.
announces an examination for AT WINN DIXIE B 35-oz., PORK LEO HALF OR WHOLEFRESH
clerk and carrier positions in THRU DfC.l7lh.l97S |.
the Melrose Post Office. r l BOX
Applications will be accepted { I I B Ilimit I coupon with S7.SDormor.purchase..dudingtiereNesJ $139
$ | 59
Janunpyj from Dec. 29 through ? y ------------ HAM LB.

persons may
make application at the Post 20 -.. KRAFT
Office in Melrose and will be
notified by the examiner of the I GRAPE
date, time and place of the MILD CURE (WATER ADDED) ,


Tangerines .12 '- 69C | i __*ILlV HAM SALE

Private Richard C.Solze Oranges .10 'o, 99C ,
Graduates from Shank Portion $109 1
Recruit Training AJTOH v ll. '
Marine Private Richard C. :
Solze,Jr.,son of Mr,and Mrs. Orange Juice. 2 -- 99C Portion $119
{Richard" C. Solze,Sr. of Routene rirpimoorfAUM GERMAN CHOCOLATI on COCONUT Butt ll. t M
Starke, graduated fromrult
training Recruit at Depot the Marine, San Layer Cake.-: : M2SOUTAMN Center Cut ,Roast. $17< ,

aps. IIUIDevil -
Physical conditioning Crab '. -.' 99c 'Center Cut ''Slices LI.s1"
cipllne and teamwork are .
nphaslzed during ,Marine OZIN SHOISTIIINO

suit Classes.include training. instructionn Potatoes . 31 os $1 100 Quarter Sliced L' $P9r 1

close order drill Marine''
Porps history first aid,
m mmmm
niform, regulations and
Military customs and cour-
lea. .
,.;I '

[,Why lmenta re i some doesn't as way medical Interesting to make science our to OPEN. SUNDAY mW Jffi(7IWID( ( ] % CJJ( JW($. OPEN 1O6Suwannee SUNDAY, '

here as they are to us? ,10-6 11 ? .
-Harold Coffin AP

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Page 11 TKLEGKAPII, December II. 1975

Legafe Legals NOTICE St. Mark's Altar Society Plans


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NOTICEIn VOTER REGISTRATION 'BOOKS: ChurchChurch Edwards Altar Society 'expenses for the children's

FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL with requirements I Christmas party, f
compliance .
for the children's
-A Cecil .. made plans
Walter' Maddox. Augustus/ and B l y.oksentr..te
FOR BRAD Donley. from Mrs.
CIRCUIT, IN AND imposed by Public Law Christmas party at their Report Rudy
Dormlney James W. Martin David Larry THa RaY1 OHN M. FLYNN Chism read
FORD COUNTY. 86-752 as contained In Section Aaron. Doris Jr. meeting December 1 in the was regarding
1.580 of the Federal Communications -' Aaron. Morris J. Douglas Ruth Martin, George Gary Parish Hall at which Mrs 'cards sent to the'sick and
CASE NO.75-322 Commission Rules, the Duncan, Margaret T Martin Ina C. Thursday, December 11th John Samons presided. bereaved Members were
application of Sanders Enterprises Adams John Delwin Dyal, Horace 0 Mayfield Bonnie Lee 4:00: p.m. Junior Choir Mrs. Jimmy Moore, altar encouraged to visit and writeto
IN RE: The Marriage of SAM Inc., John Sanders, Akers, Robin W. Dyal. Lila Evelyn Medlatore, Eleanor Practice; 7:30: p.m. Senior, chairman stated that Mrs. the sick and lonely.

OLIVER LINK, JR., Husband, President Treasurer Director Akridge. James E. D al. Ronald O'DellDyer. Mediatore Henry Choir Practice. Hobble Shaller and Mrs. r Members were invited to
and GRACIE LEE LINK, Wife. holding 49%% of the stock; Lea Alexander William Jc'l > Miller Doris G. Sunday December 14th Henry Stefanelli had recently bring presents to parish hall
Jenkins Sanders, Vice President Allen. Eddie David .M. Miller, Mae 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist; 9:45: made altar cloths. Mrs. from now until Christmas.

NOTICE OF ACTION Secretary Director holding Allen, Myrtle Ann .E. Mitchell, Clarence Lewis a.m., Church School; 11:00: Shaller is taking care of altars These gifts should be markedto
ToSAM: OLIVER LINK JR. 50V% of the stock; and RichardP. Allen Norma Jean Eberle. Ruth P. a.m. Holy Eucharist; 5:00: during the month of designate whether for boyor
Last known address: Jahn, Director holding no Loraine : Mixon, Keith Earl p.m. Junior E.Y.C Meeting; December.It girl and will be distributedto
2332 Second Avenue South stock, dated August 7, 1975 and Alvarez Edwards E.A. Monsam John August/ 6145: p.m. Senior E.Y.C., Sunland patients.Following .
Minneapolis, Minnesota accepted for filing on November Alvarez! Mary M.. ":Edwards Gladys C. Moore, Doris Ann Meeting. was decided to conduct a the meeting

55408 26, 1975 with the assigned file Alvarez Sandra Jo' Ely Hubert 1 Mcrritt Morgan. Beverly' Strunk Monday, December 15th "- bake sale after 11 a.m. Masson refreshments were served by
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat number BPH.9590 by the FCC Austin, Henry Bobby Ely, Vera Elizabeth\ Myers James Marvin 2:30: p.m: Girl| Scout Troop No. December 14 to help in Mrs. Moore.

a Petition for Dissolution of for a construction permit for a Emery Paul B., Jr. 614Wednesday
Marriage has been filed againstyou new FM Class A Broadcast Sta- -B- Emery Yvonne H.Estes. -Me- December 17th

and you are required to tion to operate with a power of 3 Baker. Jl'ffHarrt'tt. Marilyn Geer McBride, Martha Doris 2:30: p.m. Brownie Troop No.
311. ObituariesBessie
serve a copy of your written KW day and night on Channel Charles W. Estes, Oscar R., Jr. McCauley Martin Lee I

defenses if any to John H. Has 292A frequency 106.3 MHZ, Emma S. Estes, Paul L... II !MtClellan Eugene FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
well wife's attorney whose with studios transmitter and a Barrett '
address is P.O. Drawer O, 152 foot antenna to be located .7 Bass J.T.Baxter -F- !McClellan, Loraine CHURCH SCHEDULE B. Elder Allen Father DoughertyThe

Gainesville Florida 32602 on or mile south on Highway 100 in J.... Fan hl'r. R.M. !McCloud, Mattie M.

before January 6, 1976 and file. Starke. A copy of this application Baxter Lola Mae' Farr, Wayne A. McCrary. Van ", Sunday school 9:45: a.m., Mrs: Bessie B. Elder Allen, Reverend Father

the original with the Clerk of this and related material is on file Beck C.J. Faulkner Albert James McDavld. Dor ,d Fred Morning A Christmas Worship cantata Ham"When 83, of 1231 Bradford Starke, Cornelius A. Dougherty' 47,

Court either before service on for public inspection at the Bell Joy Elizabeth Faulkner. Norma C. McDavid Sh ry Ann Love Came Down," sung by died on Monday, Dec. 1, In an died of cancer Dec. 3 in
wife's attorney or immediately offices of Sanders Enterprises Best, Ina Miller Fisher Price Lee McFadden, I orla J. the chancel choir is scheduled Opp Ala. nursing home. Sarasota where he was pastorof
thereafter; otherwise default will Inc. at the above location. Individuals Wilson Float Richard Howard !McLeod Ar a B. for Sunday worship. Rev. Funeral services were held the Church of the .In-
Biggs Hugh
be entered against you for the who wish to advise the
.Marie B. Wednesday afternoon at 3 carnation.
Johanna McMurray Herbert Parsons from
Fowler Camp
relief demanded in the Petition. FCC of facts relating to this Bishop Harold A. Ill Franklin Lavern !McMurraj! Cecil W. Montgomery will bring the o'clock from Cope Chapel with Father Connie, as he was
WITNESS my hand and seal application should file within 30 Bellinger Freeman E. Henry Elder James McClammy known by all, was the'pastorof
of this Court this 25th day of days, comments and petitions Bowden, Janet C. Funtig, Anna Vajus !McNeal, Norman Roger message. officiating Burial was in the St. Edward's Catholic

November 1975. with the Federal Communications Bowen Llenelotte Fuquay John McRae Charlotte A.Mdtae. Saints Cemetery at Flat Rock, Church in Starke from July

GILBERT BROWN Commission Washington, Bowen, Perry Eugene "Futch Robert .L. Eugene W.Mdtae. S.Mcltae : : .::;:,',:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::; Cope Funeral Home directing. 1958 until August 1963. Father
D.C. 20554 Bright Sylvester Daniel! -G- Lynn Mrs. Allen was the widow of Connie was active in, .com-

Clerk of the Circuit Court 12/4 3tchg 12/18 Broughton Willis C.. Jr. G'afrney. Roy Vivian C. CtrJ Of' Thanks the late John D. Elder. Sr. munity affairs here.
By: Beulah Moody -------------
Brown A.W. Survivors include five sons E. Services were held Tuesday
Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Brown Elsie Lee! Gault. Dlann Lang O. Elder Kingsley Lake, Fla? morning.. Dec. 9, in his churchin
12/4/ 4tchg 12/25 Gault. William E.. Jr.
REGISTER Nelson Frances John Elder Andalusia, E.W. Sarasota. Bishop Charles B.
-------------. FICTITIOUS NAME Brown. Terence! Millard Gay Gregory Jarrell Nettles Grady Douglas Elder Mobile Marlon Elder, McLaughlin was principal
Browning Irvin W. Godwin Beatrice Nettles Ralph Junior CARD OF THANKS Starke, and Howard Elder, celebrant of the funeral

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Pursuant to Section 865.09 Browning Virginia Gordon Betty Ann Newham David Leon Mobile; two daughters, Mrs. liturgy.
REGISTER Florida Statutes notice Is Bryan Lloyd J. Grant Pauline E. Newsome Willie Jerome The family of Mrs Mary Alma Bracewell, Mobile and Survivors include his

FICTITIOUS NAME hereby given that the undersigned Buby Thomas A. Graudon, Mary Ann Nollman..11. { Louise Edwards, Pinkston Mrs., Hazel Chisom An- mother, Mrs. Mary Dougherty
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Ralph p, Bryan P.O Burns Bessie M. Graudons. Kent AlanGrl'en. wishes to express their appreciation dalsuia; two brothers, Ted of Sarasota; two brothers:
Florida Statutes, notice is hereby Box 154, Starke, Bradford Norman Herbert Lamar to the many friends Barlow, Mobile, and Erbie Father Dermot L. Dougherty
that the undersigned -CCampbell Mildred Aileen Norman Karen Gail and neighbors for their
given County, Florida 32091 doing many Lee Barlow Pensacola; three OFM stationed in Bolivia, and
P. Odom 318 N. Walnut Green Robert acts of kindness and love during
Vernie Pearl P. Norman Lacy James
business under the firm name of sisters, Mrs. Annie B. James. P. Dougherty; two
Street, Starke, Bradford "RALPH BRYAN REAL Canova George A. Griffin. Ida S. Norman Lonnie W. their loss. Coleman Evergreen, Ala.; sisters: Sister M Gertrudeand

County Florida 32091, doing of"FLORILAND ESTATE", St. Road 230 E. Carlson. Dolores Lavern Griffin J.R. Norman Maggie E. Mrs. Bertha Tolbert Montgomery Sister Cornelius Marie,

business under REALTY"the firm name, 393 N. Starke Bradford County, Car I ton, Eula Griffis. Ancil W. Norman Michael .L. Ala. ; and Mrs. SSJ of Philadelphia.

Temple Ave., Starke Bradford Florida 32091, intends to registersaid Carmichael Norma J. Griffis. Clarice E. Norman Pauline M. -T. Myrtle Watson McKenzie
fictitious name under the Griffis. Clinton B. Ala. 26 grandchildren and 21
County, Florida 32091 intendsto Carter. William Virgil Norwood, Lennie S. Bessie ;

register said fictitious name provisions Ralph P.of Bryan aforesaid, sole statute.owner. Casey! Ethel T.Cashmore. Griffis Diane Gail Geneva -0- Taylor.Tennant. Elisabeth. M.Terrell. great grandchildren. ,if I PINE LEVEL*i
of aforesaid Griffis. Edgyle
under the provisions .I Betty Jane .
dom Leon Thomas HI
Dated this 11th day of ------------ ;;MPIISI'mUD
Griffis George
statute. December A.D. 1975 at Starke Chandler Beatrice! Oliver Michael Glen CARD OF THANKSTo -- -'
Vernie P. Odom sole owner. Chitty. Michael II. Griffis Jane Margaret Terrell. Glenda Faye
Florida. Owen Clara Mae
this 26th day of
12/11 4tchg 1/1/76/ Chrones Frances Griffis. Leroy Owen Joseph W. Telstone. Catherine L. the people of Bradford
A.D. 1975.
November at rtmrr
Griffis Lois W.
Tetstone. Joyce .L.
12/4 4tchg 12/25 -- -- Cogdill C.W. County: :.4 MIIIILT :j
Griffis. Pinkie M. -P- .uiicl .
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Cohens Dennis Telslone. Roger Dale
-------------- REGISTER Cole. Frances Levean Griffis Tracy E. Page Emma Tetstone. Wanda Jane I would like to thank everyonefor 1 T

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO FICTITIOUS NAME Coleman Alton B. Gunter Sillar Thigpen. Lois all the things that were doneon
REGISTER Pursuant to Section 865.09 Palin, Thomas. D.B. my behalf. For the support of
FICTITIOUS NAME Florida Statutes notice is here Coleman Lonnie Jr.'' -11- Parr. Harry (White Rev. George Harper and the
by given that the undersignedDoris Coleman! Marlene R. Hale Geraldyn B. Perkins. Annie Jane Thomas Julia D. members of my church and the Radio Broadcast over

Pursuant to Section 865.09 G. Hoffman Rt. 1, Box Collins. Gladys V. hall Lavon Elisabeth Perry, Mayfield Thompson. ,Bertha II. members and pastors of all the WPXE Sunday morning B-35.:
Florida Statutes notice is 194.W, Melrose Clay County, Comerford John Robert Hankerson I Leroy Polk, Thelma M. Thompson Carl Alton churches that supported me by Sunday Morning Bible Hour

hereby given that the undersigned Florida 32666 doing business Converse Francis E. Hammond Stanley E. Prescott David Clem Thompson Selma M. their thoughts and prayers. 10 a.m., Sunday Morning

Robert E. Smith, & under the firm name of "DORIS Conway Edwin Elshia Hardenbrook Freda G.lIardenbrook. Prevail, James [Walter Thornton Lloyd Special thanks to the Bradford Worship Service 11 am, ,
BEAUTY SALON" Rt. 21, Melrose County Rescue Squad for their Sunday Evening Training
William T. Smith, son P.O. Box Conway Lyvonne J. Prevail, Mae Thornton, Wanda Faye
302 Lawtey Bradford County (Bradford) County Florida Judith A.llardenbrook quick and responsible actions.. Hour 6 p.m., Sunday Evening
Florida 32058 doing business 32666 intends to register said Cooper Bob Lewis Tommy J.lIardin. Proto, Anthony N.. Jr. Tisdale Mildred Ernestine' Again I thank everyone for their Worship Service 7. p.m.,

under the firm name of "Smith's fictitious name under the Cooper Howard Alvin -Q- Tilest Ernest E. many expressions of kindness Wednesday Evening Worship

Hpatinq/ Air Conditioning; provisions of aforesaid statutes; .CoranSarah Hardy Franklin E. Quinn. Jewel J. Turner, Alice Y. Serivce 7:30: p.m.
A Refrigeration and Electrical Doris G. Hoffman sole; Cor belt. Patricia (Hardy June Ellen: Tyson. Ollie Luvenla1. ., Sincerely. '
Service", P.O. Box 302 Lawtey, owner. Corbett Robin "" Harper, Cecil II. -H.Uault'rson Tyson Parnell T.: "f I Joey Bakken, Pastor Roman, .Alvarez,
Bradford County Florida 32058 Dated this 10th 24th day of Cowart. A.J. r Youth Pastor"""Gary Wheeler.
Harper, Hope S.
JoAnn Bass
intends to register said fictitious November A.D. 1975 at Starke Cowart, Tony! Nathan
Harris Gertrude -
name under the of Florida. Raulerson, Lillie t &s''pedo.
provisions Cox. Wilma SUch :
Harris --UV--
Raulersoni Nathan
aforesaid statute. 11/264tp 12/18 Crawford Rod Allen
Dated this 11th day of ------------- Sandra Harris Leonard D. Raulerson. Ronald E. An American invented the tor It was David Bushnell
Crawford King
December A.D., 1975 at f NOTICE; Crawford. Skippy T. Harris TomHawkins. Reagan, Philip .plarold Varnum Ralph S. in 1777.
Starke Florida. 12/11 4tp 1/1 Debra Koby
I hereby certify that STARKE Crews Charles ,Curtis Reames Betty Bradley W
.------------- CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH, INC. Hayes Rul'y A. Redding. Alelhia W.
Waldron Ruby
Gloria '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, was on the 12th day of October Thornton Karen Marvin F. Reed Thomas Henry Sr; Wall. Wayne M.
Crist. Rex Terhune
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 1967 incorporated under the Heath Leonard Lee Reid Maggie T. NOTICEEffective
FLORIDA IN AND FOR laws of the State of Florida, with Cruce, George W. Henderson Sarah II. Rhoden C.II. Wanton Harold
BRADFORD COUNTY its principal place of business at Cru e. Gertrude Hendrieth. Clara Mae Wanton. Retha Mae

Starke Bradford County Cutchen. Robert E. llerres. Herbert P., Jr. Rhoden.Rhoden, Hazel Freeman C. Waters Gary Daniel Jan Effective Jan. 1st 1976
CIVIL ACTION Florida -D- Weisslnger. Albert| G. ,
Hicks Madge B.
CASE NO.75-350 I further certify that the above Rhoden, Margaret Davis Weissinger Alberta J.
corporation filed in this office on Daneman Emanuel Adams Ililliard Carolyn W. Rice Doris Weisslnger. Krls A. Cost of Water Taps & Sewer Taps
Davis. Laura M. Hilliard. Susie T.Ililliard. .
GUARANTY FEDERAL SAVINGS the 4th day of December, 1975, Hicks Lucille Werre. Alva' I.

AND LOAN ASSOCIA- Notice of Intent to Voluntarily Davis Pearllea R. Tommy L.Vinson Hiddell, Wayne Westfall. Archie D. Will Increase In Price

TION OF GAINESVILLE a Dissolve under Section 60827 Dean. Elijah Joan E. Rigdon Lacy D. Wheeler, Lois Eileen
corporation.. Plaintiff. Florida Statutes. Delestre Rafael Hise Gerl Linda Rising Clara L.
Wheeler, Nellie B.

MARY D. BROWN vs CECIL E. GIVEN under my hand and the Dell Dempsey Ernest! Eddie Wayne Hodges hedge Pete Mamie Bitch Rising Glenn James C. Wheeler, Pamela Sue If You Order a Water Tap Now
Carlyle Paul
LEACH JR and LINDA D. Great Seal of the State of Wheeler Rfbert
Denmark Stephen G.. Jr. Hoffman Bonnie Jean
LEACH his wife Defendant. Florida, at Tallahassee the Hitch Helen Norman Whitehead, Frances G.
Capital this the 4th day of Depoe, Emma Jane Holland JosephHollingswortht Bitch Thomas G.. Jr: Whitehead Stephen L. SAVE $2500 & According

NOTICE OF SUIT December 1975. DeSue, Florence Thomas J. Robert David Lynden Williams. Albert E. To Size Tap
Deverick. Linda Carver llollis Johnnie C.
PROPERTYToCecii BRUCE SMATHERS Robinson James Warren Williams. Carrie C.
: E. Leach Jr. and 1tp SECRETARY OF STATE Diner Mary Lou Hollis. Lovle Mae Robinson Lillian V. Williams Charles

Linda D. Leach, his wife ------------ Domalik. Kay' KatherineLEGALS Howell Hazel L. Robinson Samuel K.todrlguez. Williams. Herbert Lee Sewer Taps SAVE FromPlus
Address Unknown SCHOOL BOARD OF Hunter J.T.
George M. Williams. Linda Joyce
BRADFORD COUNTY Hurst Frances A.Hutchins Rogers James M. M. impact water
an action to Mortgage Foreclosure Orle R. !Rowell. E.G.Robinson Wilson. Erma L. $8500$18500 pollution control

on the following The School Board of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Hinton Mary L. ImogeneS Wilson. Kenneth Terry charges

property in Bradford County Bradford County will receive REGISTER -J- Wilt, Harold R.
Florida: Lot 8, Block 1, PINE sealed proposals for the pur- FICTITIOUS NAME Salmon. Agueda Manzanares Woods. Cecil JamesYarborough.
HAVEN SUBDIVISION as per chase of six ((6)) lots of real estatein Jackson, Gladys M. Sapp Ellery For Additonal/ Information Call!! ..
plat thereof recorded in Plat the Lincoln City Section of Pursuant to Section 865.09 Jarvis, Billy Jerry -V.
Book 2, Page 65 public recordsof Starke Florida as a single unit, Florida Statutes notice is Jarvis Janie L. Saucer Carolyn Merrill Edwards City Clerk
Bradford County 12 5:30 Jenkins Delwin Saunders Annie M. Donnie M. ,
Florida has on January 1976 at : hereby given that the undersigned Ernest
been filed against you MARY D. p.m., at the School Board Horace & Marion Johnson Gladys L. Schlosser Douglas C. Young. AnnIt City Commission City Starke
BROWN CECIL E. LEACH JR. Administrative Building locatedat Williford. Rt. 2 Box 124B Johnson Gladys Marie Schlosser. Therese W.
and LINDA D. LEACH his wife 582 North Temple Avenue, Starke Bradford County Johnson. Johnnie P. Sellers Clinton Carl U-ll

and you are required to serve a Starke Florida.A Florida .32091, doing, bus Jones. Hattie Mae Sellers., David Stanley
copy of your written defenses if more complete descriptionand iness under the firm name of Jones. Sellers, Mary Martin
any to it, on the plaintiff's attorney exact located and size of the "H & M LOCK & KEY", Rt. 2 JoyceK Shaw Amanda E.
whose name and address ((6)) lots of be
is six property may Box 124B Starke Bradford Sheering Franklin D.
George H. Pierce P.O. Box obtained at the Superin- NOTICEREGISTER
County. Florida 32091, intendsto Kelley, Milliard Dale Sheering. Willie Lou
1030 Starke Florida and file
tendent's Office 582 North said fictitious name
register Kelly. Beulah I.
the original with the clerk of the Temple Avenue Starke Florida under the provisions of aforesaid Sheppard Edna D. .
Dennis Lamar
above styled court on or before weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. statute. Kelly Sinclair. Martha Evelyn
January 10, 1976: otherwise a The School Board of Bradford Dated this 11th day of Keys Donna Jean Slade Lester

judgment may be entered County reserves the right to December, A.D., 1975 at King Franklin R. Smith Alice TO VOTE
against you for the relief reject any and all bids. All bids Starke Florida. King. Lloyd C. Smith Elizabeth

demanded in the complaint or must be in the Superintendent'sOffice 12/11 4tp 1/1 Kirkland Becky Smith. Harold D. ,

petition. not later than 5:30: p.m.. ......... .. Kirkland Charles W.
WITNESS ................ Smith. W. Hogan
my and the January 12. 1976 at which time Kirkland Evla G.
seal of said Court on November all bids will be opened and PUBLIC NOTICE Smith J.T. '
Kite. Lester J. Books Close For
Smith. Juanita Registration
26 1975. publicly read aloud. Envelopes Knight. James C.. Jr.
containing bids shall be plainly The School Board of Bradford Smith. Leonard F., Sr. ,
GILBERT. BROWN marked on the outside "SealedBid County. Florida will consider a Knight. Lillie Smoot Xandra Y.
As Clerk of said Court for School Board Property proposed change in School Kuhne John Edward Spencer Donald Paul Presidential Preference

By: Beulah M. MoodyAs located in Uncoln City". Any Board Rule #3530 relating to .LLangford. Stallper Gertrude M. Primary

Deputy Clerk bids received after the specifiedtime Transportation at 5:30: p.m.. Stallper Homer C.
Irma Mae
12/4 4tchg 12/25 will not be considered.FOR January 12, 1976 at their
----- Lavender. Jimmy David Starling Alene Cindy
----- Regular School Board Meeting JANUARY 24,1976,5:00 P.M.
Arthur Lee
NOTICE THE SCHOOL BOARD in the School Board Room of the Leach Linda Little Starling.
OF BRADFORD COUNTY County School Administrative Learn. Margaret M. Starling Catherine Lee

.' TO ALL VENDERS CUR FLORIDA BY: RICHARD H. Offices at 582 North Temple Levy Harriett Underwood Starling. Cherry Ann
RENTLY SERVING THE CITY JOCKEL SUPERINTENDENTOF Avenue Starke Florida. Lewellen. Gloria S. Starling. Elaine Violet

OF HAMPTON FLORIDA. SCHOOLS Copies of this proposed rule Lewis Eddie Joseph Starling, Harvey J. ELECTION OFFICE OPEN

12/11 3tchg 12/25 change maybe obtained from Starling. Helen L.
Lewis. Gladys K.
By of the
a vote Hampton
------------ the Superintendent' Office on Thomas
Council on November 18, 1975, North Temple Avenue Starke Lewis. Glenda Sue Starling. James Saturday January 24, 8:30: A.M.500: P.M.
all Venders must obtain Llienbee. I. Starling. Mary J.
a purchase ----- Florida. Dorothy
order from the city clerk From a Cincinnati This .W. in compliance with Lott. Bernice L. Starling Pearl .
for all city purchases exceeding Enquirer ad announcing the Florida Statutes, Chapter 73- Luke Avie Starling. Volley L. Phone 974-5634

2500. This order went into grand opening of a new 310 as enacted by the 1974 Luke. Dlamont J, Stephens. Eva M.
effect aa of that meeting on store: "And now the Florida Legislature. Luke. Ellen A. Steyer John P. Neva
November 18.
SUPERSTORE Richard H.Jockel Luke. I.V. Sullivan. Cleveland FlynnSupervisor
unequalized in size > 'un Superintendent of Schools Lyons Sullivan. Floy B. of Elections'
Ted Curtis Chairman matched in variety .
December, 1975 LeroyM
SUI low. BenSwindell "
Hampton City Council "
unrivaled inconvenience. Bradford County
12/4 2tchg 12/11 12/11 1tchg Hazel Lee 41 12/tf.1/22
----- Mack Eugene
Swindell. Sherwood Lamar

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l> >Nlline for insertion r FOR RENT 1 PERSONAL SERVICE. t FOR SALE I m I-1 Gun CollectionFor Sale

Tuesday! Noon preceding .... ...oIIII
Thursday before publication. C:.Y.rso 40 Pcs., Rifles, f Pistols: &

: FOR RENT: Furnished, 2 bed- AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: FOR SALE Storm screen Real Facts / trwitlt al- / Minimum
'harge li.ooCover room duplex apt. on Kingsley Sales service, installation, door, white aluminum frame; REAL ESTATESTARKE Send '1.00 for list
(( 15:\ Words! ) Lake, air condition, private stereos, phono, reel-reel, sliding storm glass stationary Real
on P.O. Box 1335
: ..,', ..
Each Ir.o.v.
word rrr
over tc"J. .
dock. Call 964-5391. tfchg. tapes, cassetes, radios. Work screen, practically new. 32' x REALTY
141 cents '' guaranteed. 155-A West Call Keystone Heights, Fla.
-- ------ -- 68". $35. 200 E. Adkins EstateCecelia

9647329. trchg Street. Itp Two very neat 2 BR frame 32656
FOR .RENT! 12wide mobile
All Classified! Ads must! be
------------ houses with ref. & stoves Both
- By
for in advance homes outside limits. J.B. '
paid unless you White. YARD SALE Fri, & Sat. Dec t- $14.000
have an established Ph.. 964-6114. tfchg.
account WE BUY Pecans daily at the 12 &.13, 10 til 5, 230A off -- 1970 AmbassadorSST
with the Telegraph, in that FOR----Olin's------- Starke Farmers Market. J.R. Griffis Loop. Itp TerwillegarYour 2 BR 1 bath frame with ref. &
event : Subdivision
50 rents extra
charge WagonAT
& Sons stove -
Wainwright tfchg - -
,for billing Not responsible! for 1/2 acre lots, $2500 per .... first impressions of a house are usually 87,500---
----- ------ FOR SALE Coastal Bermuda PS, V8, AC, Cruise
errors when given over the month. Water' & Sewage hay. Call A.W. Gaylard, "right.! If you Immediately dislike the house then 3 BR frame cent heat/air,

phone or when. copy is not furnished For' information call Branford 935-0263 12/11 look for another It Is unlikely that you will "grow" to fenced cor. lot $19,400 Control, Am-Fm Radio

typed and brought to the office Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile lttttllttt trtttt. 3tchg 12/25 like the house.On - Luggage Rack

Homes Sales, Hwy. 100 W., the other hand if the color, style and layout of a 2 BR frame stove & ref.
---- -------- TRADE for land or SELL
,Starke.... 9645606 tfchg. Motorcyces'SUZUKI YARD SALE Sat. 9 e.m. till 5 house appeals you at first glance then this Is $13,000 Terms
--------- _
-- p,m. Clothing, dishes and probably the right home for you. First impressionscount - 473.3300

FOR RENT.3 room apartment, baby things, etc. 1022 E. a lot in your attitude toward the house. A house 871 acres SR-100-S $15,500

furnished, 1 child, no pets, Powell Street. 1tp that didn't appeal I to you at first will never suit you no - -

HOUSES FOR SALE inquire 403 Walnut St. 964- OF STARKE: Your ------------ matter how many changes you might make after LAWTEY NEED TO MAKE SOME

8498. Itp authorized Suzuki Dealer. FOR SALE Guitar, FAME, new moving Into the house. 3 BR Alum siding, chain link LABELS? Buy a Bymo Label

------------ Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call with electric hook-up,case & We want our customers to be satisfied. If you dislike fence T $9,500 maker from us at The Office

FOR SALE: 12x64 Artcraft FOR RENT One bedroom Street tfchg,. strap. $75 Call 9648241. 1tp the house we are showing tell us. We will be happy to - Shop.
furnished 346 N. -- show another. Call 2 BR frame $8,400 > terms
apartment ---------- you when buying or selling
mobile home, partially fur- ------------
nished or unfurnished. Cherry St. Ph., 9647371. 1tp FOR SALE Kerosene heater & property.
------------ 2 BR frame J,350- termsor
Washer r dryer, air, concrete tank, hot water heater, A/C, PREFERRED PROPERTIES December Specials

steps $4,300.964-8341 or Mr. FOR RENT, HOUSE 3 .t Hap WANTED electric range, needs repair both for$11,125terms

Milton 9648673. tfchg bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, 1 etc. 9646511. 1tp Spring fed creek on 20 good acres fenced and cross 2Y acre -wooded- -lots- terms Champion -
.. '
carpets central heat & --------- ,-- fenced barn
-------- air Large new > Attractive nearly new,

FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 bath $225 J1er mo. plus utilities. FOR SALE Feeder pigs, $20, s, concrete block home with 3 bedrooms 2 baths, central 12 acres,-fenced- -,-'well-, pole & AC Autolight
964-?* 7 or 9645395.. tfchgPERSONAL $30, & $35. R.T. Dowling, heat and and lots of built-Ins also carpeted. Cattle .
CB with Cent air & heat on AVON CALLING: To buy or sell septic tank $15,000 terms
------ Hampton, Fla. 468-1763 off and farm REGULAR PLUGS
------ equipment negotiable. Conveniently located.
Avon. Call 755-2807
link write
one acre with chain fence. or - -
Ph. 9648572. 12/11) 4tp 1/1 Loma Clyatt, P.O. Box 220 SR 325 Look for Dowling You would be proud to own this onel! See us for Nobel Homes on your
signs.. 12/11 2tp 12/18 ----- 69'
Lake City, Florida. tfchg.'
------------ lot.
---- Wanted House in the with Ea.
--r--- : country some acreage.
FOR SALE Extra SERYIJSEWING ------,------
large custom
FOR SALE 1 acre homesites ----- m LAWTir Fit.78238O6.
built brick home on Bessent RESISTER PLUGS
Road $45.000. --- Crosby Lake Estates, 2 mi. W. Tastefully furnished 1972 Dolphin MH with 3 BR, 2 B, /

frame home, 3 bedroom Large, 2 of Starke on RD 100 Owner central heat 2300 BTU AC completely fenced, well 1- fftw.ro. ...vvtm" A MCA- 84 c

bath t WANTED ) financed, 964-6488, tfchg. landscaped, lot 101 x 199, 2 metal outbuildings, washer, Ea.
only $15,500. --- 2
MACHINES: All ....
: ----- ------ freezer garden tiller all for $14,500.
Bedroom block home, large makes cleaned, oiled & adjusted GARAGE SALE Fri, Sat. & FOR SALE: Plckett Templates

living room with fireplace only $4.50. One day Sun. Plants, Clothing, Quilt ----- Lettering guides. Permanent Antifreeze
17000. Ph. 964-6262 day or See us for reasonable, convenient building lots in the General use templates.
Bring to ACME
964-8417 night. Itchg HARDWARE, 301 E. Call St., WANTS TO RENT 2 or 3 cents scraps yd 50,cents Pony lb., ,a lace lot 10 of Dalewood subdivision with city. water,' sewage and Electronic, Ellpse and $425
------------ Ph. 9646163. 11/26 4tchg or near Church good neighbors. Architectural. All for sale Gal.
everything Morgan
Starke. Apply to :'K" P.O. ----- Phone
FOR SALE: By owner,3 BR, 2B 12/18/ Drawer A Starke Road #5233. Lundy Prater, at The Office Shop
------------ Fla. 1tp Thirty beautiful acres on Rd. 18 which could be used as 9646305. Winter
brick home double 9645357.
carport 3 VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS, tip a home site or developed. Access to Hampton Lake Is
partially carpeted, drapes. ------------ I
blocks from school. Ph. 473- all makes, bring to ACME lust across the road. $225
FOR SALE 8 ft camper topperin
2039 after 5pm. and weekends HARDWARE, 301 E. Call ----- tELECTROLVX] Gal.
Street. Ph. 964-6163.. 11/26 t FDR SALE j good condition $100., 782- Use your imagination excellent commercial propertyon
tfchg. 3532.
4tchg 12/18 Itp in of Low
301 the heart Lawtey. down payment Register Oil Co.
------------ .
------------ Sales Service Supplies
------------ owner financed.
----- BOB 308 S. Thompson
PAIR: Master electrician, FOR SALE: 4.29 acres, 2 bed:J* game $50, 36" Hotpoint Serene privacy Unique, country home with CH&A, 40 MILNER 964-7604

AUTOMOBILESUSED plumber & carpenter. Rea- room house in country. Com electric range, like new $100, ,acres fenced & cross fenced with 2 car garage, 2 ponds, 11/20 13lp 2/12 4 T/CHQ Dec. 25

sonable rates. 964-8087.. pletely remodeled in last 2 G.E. portable dishwasher $50. 2 wells, 24' x 60' barn. Animals & equipment nego I

11/264tchg 12/18 years. Other improvements, 496-2950 after 5 p,m. or on tiable. Owner financed. - --
-- --------- weekends. 1tp
paved road. Ph. 9648436. -----
H.R.' HAVERTY. Plumbing 12/4 4tp 12/25/ ------------ Cadillac-Oldsmobile I Well Drilling\ I
FOR SALE: 1965 GMC V6. Contractor. Best GARAGE SALE Sotas & Office building 341 N. Temple Ave. Apartment in Sales & Service
prices in -----
long wheel base Standard.Call Starke and Bradford County., chairs, dinette sets, lot of rear to live In or rent for income. Price low twenties. Fine Selection Of Used ,'I., 2" Thru 6"I t
MM-8725. FOR SALE: Christmas trees, red other items Sat Cara Taken On
Up 12:4: 9647194. Itp very cheap. '
cedar and sandpines..,,.Call w i CadiJiac'TraclcH: / ,M, I Fast Rotary, .... I II
----------- : Dec. 13, lOa m. to3p m. See Ceceliq! T.Terwillegar, Reg. Real Estate Broker, '''' 'L'' >
fOR SALE 1966 Have : ; Mrs. W.A. Stern, 301 S Ph. VI Conners across from Resident 2001 NW. 13 3785301GAINESVILLE
: Ford'pickup 1- your sow orgilt bred to Phone 964.5145 I Drilling/ Equipment i I II
964-5614. 12/4 12/25
Johnson Feed Store
$695.00. Yorkshire on
owner, See at Ter- boar $15 or' a pig
206 West Madison Avenue, Starke Florida tf
------------ Brownlee
.willegar Motors, 964-7200. from litter. Pick-up available. St. Itp I State Licensed I

.JFOR.______..._ ... .. OFFICE PHONE 964.7776
i- : -' *.. By appointment. 782-3635.' FOR SALE: Cast iron wood ---------- -

SALE 1973 Honda 175, Need feeder pigs or hogs, ltpBILL'S heaters, 24 & 28 inch at Dah- FOR SALE 20" girls Hirise

excellent condition, low -:---.-------_. mars Discount. 10/2 14tchg bicycle $15 tvoewriter $10. COWBOY BOOTSFor : I Pumps :

mileage. Make a fine Xmas 12/31 tape recorder $5, card table Floriland Realty Davidson BABIES-GIRLS-

gift $400. Ph. 782-3619, SAW'SHOP: Complete ....----------- $5, ironing board, single bed- Mobile Home ParkIn
Lawtey. tip sharpening service circular; spread, suitcase Call' 964- 393 N. Temple Ave. BOYS-WOMEN-MEN ,
hand, carbide, chain, mower FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand 8483. City. Limits New & Used
------------, 1tpWAREHOUSE
blade hollow ground and gun$55.22 hand guns $24.95, BELTSin ,
160 A Farm/with 3,300 sq ft.
FOR SALE: 1973 Pontiac ------------
Per Mb.
balanced. Leave at Jackson 25 automatic guns from 58 Sales- PartsService
Catalina 4dr CLEARANCE brick home. Ask about the easy sizes 18 to
power, air, $49.95. Dahmers Discount. ,
229500. See at Terwillegar Building Supply, Starke or tfchg. SALE-Thursday & Friday this financing. Walk To New WESTERN SHIRTS E-Z Terms

Motors Keystone Heights tfchg., week 9:30: to 4:40: corner - Shopping Center ,
964.7200--- ------------ INDIAN MOCCASINSat
------------ 14'/i A., with 3 BR House.
--- Uncoln Road and 301 S. 1/2
10x 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts $21,800. City Gas, Wale' J Sewer I I Plumbin..1 I II
mile S. of
FOR SALE 1972 GT Vega, and mobile homes. $180 and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE shopping center. CARRADINE'SLawtey
37,000 miles. See at Andrews $140 HOME SALES, Hwy. 100 W. Used furniture, king size - On 301 South I
installed uninstalted.
3 BR Home Comer Lot I
Court, Main Street, ,Lake GATOR MOBILE HOME Starke, 964-5606. tfchg. mattress & box springs, oil Florida 782-3400
Butler. Itp heater, desk, refrigerator, - Jolu Motel New Installation ,
------- ---- ,
SERVICE CO: Ph.; 372-9767, much more. Building &. 2,400 sq. ft. Wdg Ready for a t3tchg 2/12
FOR SALE: 1971 Ford Country Gainesville tfchg. FOR SALE: Ceramics, disque, Property also for sale. 1640 S. business on State Highway., 964-8810: I Remodeling ,
------------ greenware used molds, '
- -
Squire Station Wagon, power supplies antiques, furniture, 301. 12/11 2tp 12/18 outside of I Jimmy Moore's "
SEWING MACHINES repaired, If you own property Repairs ,
steering. Power brakes and ------------ I
an makes cleaned, oiled and bottles, dishes & carnival GARAGE SALE 4 Sat, Dec 13, county & want to sell, See Us. Sun Sports
auto, 1 owner 129500. See
755 E. Main Street MULTIPLE
adjusted, $7. Work guar. glass. 9 to 12 a.m'1110 Colley Rd.
Motors 964-
at Terwillegar ,
7200. anteed. James Strickland, 12/18 Lake Butler, Fla. 10/30 Btchg near Southside School., Toys Reg. Broker MORE BOAT FOR : I Durranc.\\ :

comer Morgan Road & Hwy. like new Fisher Price and other LISTINGS, YOUR MONEY TF
------------ 964-5476' 964-7700
FOR SALE 1968 Ford Custom 16. tfchgHOUSES toys, many two of a kind. STARKEPH9645791COMPLETE & Supply'
... ... REGISTER OIL COMPANY has I Pumps
-- -.- ,-- -----
500, 4 door sedan, 302 VS. AT :: : Seigler and Perfection space Clothing, shoes, household 4 BR 2 bath, J4 acre. Will trade OUTBOARD &
$450 cash. Call &TRAILERS pressure itemsand many $7,000 equity for land or something Company''
Ralph heaters in stock now and UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC. STERN DRIVE SERVICE .
washed with chemicals.Wash miscellaneous good buys. else of equal value.
964-6580 Itp ready for immediate install- AND REPAIR
Real Estate Broker
dirt and mildew. Guar Come look around for Reg
away some 1864
------------ ation. Also a few used heatersin N. Temple Ave. :
206 S. Water St.
anteed. Ph. 473-2213. tfchg. real bargains. Sandy Davis, COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
stock. See them at 308 S. 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500
National AdvertisingPaul I
FOR SALE: 1971 Ford Country --- ------ Thompson St. Ph. 964-5888. 964-5450 or Judy Flynn, 964- REPAIR Starke

Squire Wagon, PS, PB, Auto, CAKES DECORATED for special 12/4 4tchg" 12/25 8384.1t1f FaulknerBrokerIrene Faulkner-Assoc. Handyman special $7,500 CUSTOM BUILT FIBER TF''
99500. occasions. Order your holiday ------------ 964-7061
Stock No. C3509A, ,, .. .____ GLASS FISHING BOATS
See at Terwillegar Motors, cakes now. 468-2804 before 5 FOR SALE RCA Stereo 964-5065 4 BR, 2 lots $10,500 "-' --- -"
9647200. or 964-5072 after 5. 12/4 FOR SALE: Fine quality beef for console with radio $50, Presta

------------ 3tchg 1218BOOKKEEPING your freezer. J.R. Wain- View, B&W portable TV$35, 320 acres, fenced, reasonably 2BR, 1 acre $7.500

Station '------------ wright,. Ph. 964-7835 after 7pm. twin bed and mattress $25. priced, terms.,
FOR SALE: 1970 Ford Subdivision
BR lakefront $22.000 Olin's
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Wagon, V-8, auto, air AND SECRE- tfchg.------- 468-1659 after 2 p.m. Itp.
TARIAL Services done in -- 105' x 500', with 2 room cottageon
my -------- ----
79500.Motors, 9647200.See at Terwillegar home. Reasonable rates, will FOR SALE: Bahia hay $1.50 at FOR SALE Frigidare Little Lake Santa Fe., Off SR-100-3 BR $22.000 1 I I

... pick up and deliver. Judy Ms- barn. Wild regrigerator and 2 saddles - 1
-- turkeys, ringneck
125' x 135' lot with 3 bedroom, 1 3 BR 2 acres $24,500 I
cally Lawtey 9646678. lip
FOR SALE 1974 Chevy Caprice2dr pheasants Jumbo bobwhite
: 12/11 ... .... ... bath central H & A, $29.000.00. 3'BR
Hardtop, power and air, quail, Hulsey game chickens, -- -- Southgate, $26,000
------------ FOR SALE 1947 M-H 1
$3695.00. See at Tarwillegar stags and pullets. J.M. Edwards tractor

Motors, 9647200. BABY SITTING, all ages. Call 964-5379, Starke, Fla. no motor, front end loader Lawtey 3. BR brick $31.000 I s

-----------... 964-6821. 12/4 2tp 12/11 ,12/4. 4tp 12/25 1965 Scout motor, 350 Chevy tzar-
-...---------- block, bored ..60 964- I :
FOR SALE: 1973 Ford Courier ------------ over. Keystone_ 3 BR brick $44,000 '
Per Mo, Water *
pickup $595.00. See at TV REPAIRS & SERVICE: Also TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a 7194. 1tpREDUCE FOR SALE; : Tapes; 3M, V Acre Lot For Rent 25" .
-- ----- ----- double' tticb. :: inch and Sewage Furnished
Tefwaiegar Motors 964-7200. used TV for sale $29.95 and week, dozer work and Hampton-1 1 Y acres $9,200

up. Used furniture and ap- dragline work. Call 468-1873, safe & fast with 31/,, I im'li wide imii-ic' tape. Call Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 1 6 & Morgan Rd. ,t1ad4
pliances. Plumbing and bath.. Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN GOBESE TABLETS & E-VAP Also/ blacking Itif"-. ::1'.4\ Lawtey 2.75 acres $9,500

room fixtures.:Wood stoves SMITH LANDFILL tfchg: "Water Pills" ANDREWS Inch. I inch / i I'', inch. ,

t FOR RENT 1 ,kerosene, gas and electric --------- PHARMACY, 356 W. and :2 inch tape '" fit'I- Lawtey 4 4 acres $9,500

heaters;THE BARGAIN CEN-. FOR SALE: Diamond needles Madison, Starke. 12/11 4tp Office Sliop. .. OPFN DAILY <

TER.301 South. tfchg. ,for any stereo over 247 1/1 2 canal lots. $3,300 PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT *#
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canal lots
FOR RENT 2 bedroom mobile ALCOHOLICS' ANONYMOUS s ,a)._ Dahmer's Discount. FOR SALE 2 1/2 acres to 15 $7,800 .w
9645690.1tP : ----------_- acres Underwood Motel, 5 to 6 acre tract on the Santa Fe RUCTION I'
home 9644246 or 114 Christian Street, Starke. 3 BR. 2 bath, CB, dwg. on extra
Highway 301 North of Starke ,
Ra. Thursdays and Sundays. FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.98, lip large cor. lot in City w/swim- River $2,000/acre
9x12 Linoleum 898. Also
-_---------- '9644-5709 mmg pool, central heat & air
8 Call _
p.m 12x12 and 12x15 In stock. -- --------- W acre MH, terms $5,000 SAT. DEC. -10a.m.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom mobile 5434 or' 473-2108, 9/25-14tp Hundreds to choose from at FOR SALE Two ponies, 1 conditioning_ .,
home, and garden area fur 1224'POSITION' Dahmers Discount tfchg. saddle $100, 782 3954. Itchg 7 acres In town -. $18,000 I

nished excellent location. CaN -:---.:-----"':-- .... .... 176 Acres, Brooker area, some MONTHWe
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964-0488 after 6:30.: 4 mi. W. planted pines. 10 acres, Theresa $12,500 ,,,
12/4 DESIRED: Young WATSON'S - -
on Rd. 100. Itchg are Now Accepting
woman 38 will live in and care HOUSE OF VACUUMS 4 BR Frame House, Fireplace, -10
------------ 10 ACRES Lawtey acres.- $11,000
for elderly 4681316. tfchg.' Central Heat & Air, 12 acres,. Equipment For Our December Sale,
FOR RENT 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 ------------
Many brands of new vacuums. 10 Minutes From paved rd. Peetsville .,11 acres $10,000 ..
984- Call Us'About Bringing In Your
bath furnished trailer. .
MOBILE?:HOME MOVING: Also Used machines available. - .

6074 or 964-6836. Woodland, mobile home hurricane anchoring Expert Repairs all makes. Keystone Heights 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites, Garage busmen with house on Farm, Industrial & Construction Equipmentof .
Acres on 301 S-. Itp and mobile home roof Parts and Accessories for all NW. of Starke Terms. US-301
------- ----' $1,750 Per Acre All Kinds Now
coating Olin's MOBILE Home vacuums. Built in central - -
FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 Service. 964-5608.' St. Rd. vacuum cleaning systems. 712N. 3 BR Frame house 41 1 bath 10
bedroom duplex, carpeting: 159" Per Mo. 700 foot highway 301 frontage, mug Your Shipment to the Market Place
16W ft Jet. 233, Starke, Fla., Main Gainesville 3767110.tf acres land on paved road.-. Sev- US-301, 21 acres, terms -
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refrigerator, stove
eral out.buildings. '
125. No children. Call ..-1 H _....IH--,-.*--. -------..---- NO LOW LAND - $36,000 CONVERT, SURPLUS IQUIPJftflfr, TJt CASH

964-8082 or 964-7288.Itp- .WANT TO CHRISTMAS SHOP FOR SALE: Case pocket knives WEST CENTRALREALTY 3 BR, 2 BathCB dwelling in We have all other type Cf.'Sf.O -N 'FLORIDA ,
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now at Dahmers Discount. in and BONtJeoI
IN PEACE', Leave your INC. city.Beorre.RobertsJr.. properties listed. Come .\ '

FOR RENT.. Kitchenettescompletely children with ue and relax.: tfchg...._ : Registered Broker see us,,, I '.. I
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furnished Un, Hour day or week. E4.rbga'see 1-378-2308, Anytime I '
derwood. Motel. Starke Fta.rtway _gild. PATS DAY FOR SALE Johnson 100 CB Evenings Call: REQ. REAL. ESTATE BROKERtf FRECvSACKETT'REALTOH. ; U. S. 17' North ; ov4!j. Springs

301 North of Starke.Itp CARE.' S644610... 11/20,11p, radio,.' 5 channel. '346 N.. Art Patray 205Tl.Temple(IUS-301)> JAX. 282-434; .. ph':7604)2845977It'cember ( ) 'i '

12/11 Cherry St. Ph. 9647371. 1tp 473-2019: 904/964-6522,468-1642/ JAX TOLL i..EE... .t
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES NOimiSIDE' BAPTIST: By Elizabeth Terry Mr.and Mrs. Hermie Kelley Regional Hospital Jeannette Prescott
CIIL'HCH' OK GOD: Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m. Wore visited their son and daughter- Gainesville. Our prayers. are
School 10 a.m. Worship Services ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 PERSONALSMrs. Mrs. Pierce Crews went in-law and daughter, Mr. and in-law, Mr. and Mrs Wendell with him. .WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
11 a.m. and 7 pm. p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- Lois Carter, Mrs. home with her sister, Mrs.. Mrs. Wesley Thomas and Jay Kelly and family, of Lake Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Sr. Mr. and Mrs.: Lee Roy
Charles Carter and Mrs. Onie Thornton of Auburndale of Live Oak. On their way Worth visited her sister, Mrs. Viola
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: nesday 7 p.m.SCHOOL O.J. over the Thanksgiving Green will be hor.ored on their
p,m. YPE Friday at 73( p.m.KVKKdKKKN Phillips, visiter her sister-in- and spent until Thursday. home they stopped by to see Holidays. On their return trip Thompson Jacksonville. ,' 25th wedJing: anniversary by
: : : ItfPTISTl\ : NEWS law, Miss Debbie Phillips, in While there they visited their their son and daughter-in-law Chuck they spent Monday night with over the weekend.Mr. their children at the Green
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wore Pupils have been involved In Methodist Hoop tal, brother-in-law and slstc, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Moore their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Milo Smith home this Sunday Dec. 14.
ship Services 11 a.m and 6:30: decorating the cafeteria for Jacksonville, on Tuesday. and Mrs. C.D. Sellers. Mrs. and Bob, at Lake City. Sam Gillispie Sr., of Fort were Saturday evening dinner All friends and relatives? are
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- the Holiday 'spirit. Teachersand Mrs. Mae Wells returned Thornton came home with her Mrs. Sidney Harbin and Meade, and Tuesday 'night guests of their son-in-law and invited to call between the
nesday 7 p.m. pupils, especially Mrs. home Sunday by plane from a and will spend sometime here. Donna of Orlando spent with their brother,. Mr P.W.> daughter, Mr and Mrs. David hours of 2 p.m. and 5 p.m.
with her
FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Meale, the art teacher, are to month visit with her son and Mrs. Joyce Futch of Thanksgiving week Kelly, of Winter Haven, and Albert and'son of Jacksonville -
Program over WPXE Starke, be congratulated on their daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. Blackshear, Ga., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ILL. their sister Mrs, Roy PERSONALS
efforts. Ernest Wells and of sister Miss Elizabeth Barfield. Other guests were Tomlinson of Belleview. Ray Wilson spent the
Sunday 8 a.m. Bible School 10 sons, Terry, They Mrs. Vida Scott and
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. The Lawtey Dolphins Huntsville, Ala. on Wednesday afternoon.Mr. Sidney Harbin, who was a arrived home on Wednesday. weekend with Miss Erin grandson, Mikell, of Franklin,
and 7:30: p.m.,Prayer Meeting football team, made up of .Mr,. and Mrs. W.S. Crews and Mrs. Kenneth Wednesday over night guest. Guests of Mrs. Myra Refuse Braswell of Florida Stale N.C. were visiting a few weeks
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible fourth and fifth grade boys, and son,. of Jacksonville, and Barfield visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gaynell Mooty, of were her sisters-in-law, Mrs.. University in Tallahassee.Mr. recently with her cousins, Mr.
Study. will play Southside their mother, Mrs. Pierce Robert Champion, of Stone Clarkston, Ga., a sister of the Alma Dyal of Hampton from and Mrs. Bert McMain, and Mrs. Guy Willinghatn and
GRACE J UNITED: Elementary on Wednesday Crews, were Thanksgiving, Mountain, Ga., and their Harbins, came down Wednesday to Saturday, and of Jacksonville Beach, spent family.
METHODIST: Sunday School December 16. Parents and dinner guests of her brother- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Thanksgiving day and spent it Mrs.Bertha Stuckey,who wasa Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Inez Green, Shirley
9:45: a.m., Worship Services 11 friends are invited and the in-law and sister, Mr. and and Mrs. Earl Abernathy and with the family. On Friday the Thursday overnight guest. Les McClellan. Green, Cherie Hinton, and
a.m. and 7 p.m.. Choir game will begin about 9:30.: Mrs. Waldo Pringle, of Lee, of Cartersville, Ga., Harbins returned to Orlando Miss Nora Starling was a Mr. and Mrs. C.K Cowan of Denise Evans spent
Practice 7 p.m and United The individual classes will Worthington Springs. during the Thanksgiving and Mrs. Mooty went with Friday overnight guest of Jacksonville were Saturday Thanksgiving Day with Mrs.
Methodist Fellowship 8 p.m not have parties on the day Miss Elizabeth Terry and Holidays. They also visited them. Mrs. Darlene Norman and overnight guests of their Green's brother and family,
Wednesday. before the Christmas Miss Arthurine Blanchard their son-in-law and daughter Friends of Mrs. Edward Lee sons.. parents, Mr. and Mrs.. J.F. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
United !Methodist Women holidays, but a visit from visited her sister, Miss Enza Mr. and Mrs. Mark Foster of Massey regret to learn that Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I Hobertson.! Wetherington and sons,
met at the church on Tuesdayat Santa is being planned. The Blanchard, Friday at the Powder Springs, Ga. while she is a patient in Alachua. Starling and Mr and Mrs. Jr. Smyrna Baptist Church of Kevin, Glen, and John in
10 o'clock. Mrs. George traditional movie and picnic Nursing Home in Macclenny. there. General Hospital, Gainesville.Our Austin were guests at Jackie's Starke had special services Merritt Island. Other guests
Roberts Sr., presided. Mrs. lunch will also be scheduledfor Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Friends of Spurgeon Massey prayers are with her. Restaurant on Friday. and singing on Sunday and included Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Frank Coss gave the December 19. Gustafson of Green Cove regret to learn that he Is a J.C. Prevatt Jr., of evening. dinner on the ground af- Edwards, Mr. and Mrs.
Devotional. After attending to The cafeteria Christmas Springs spent the weekend surgical patient in St. Vin Gainesville visited his Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson terwards.Mrs. Lavern Outlaw Jr., Peggy
business, the meeting ad- dinner will be served on with their grandparents, Mr cents Hospital, Jacksonville.Our parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl spent Wednesday to Friday Edith Swinney spent Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
journed. There were 15 ladies December 18. Since 230 and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. prayers are with him. Prevail on Saturday. Mr. and with their son-In-law. and Sunday with her soninlawand Cox and children, Bradlee and
present. children will be fed it is very Roger Eunice of West Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith of Mrs. L.H. Harper of Starke daughter, Major and Mrs. daughter, Mr and Mrs. Deena. They were ,joint by
HIGHLAND BAPTIST: important that if parents or Virginia and Bristol, Term is River Junction spent Satur- and Roy Griffis of Plant City James Dougherty and sons, C.A. North and family of other relatives from different
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship friends want to eat lunch at spending some time with his day afternoon with Mrs. were their dinner guests on. and Capt. and Mrs. Russel Jacksonville.Mrs. cities in Florida. :
Services 11 a.m. and 7 the school that they contactthe parents, Mr and Mrs. Harold Flossie Rosier.Mr. Friday. Russel Green andfriend"of Lines of Valdosta, Ga. Gladys Pringle and Mrs. Marie Hallmark,
p m. Prayer Meeting Wed- school office by Tuesday, Eunice and brother Julius and Mrs. Fred Moore Brooker visited themon Friends of Harold Norman daughter, Mrs. Anita Miller of accompanied by her daughterand
nesday at 7 p.m. December 15. Eunice. spent Sunday with their son- Friday night. regret to learn that he is a Sanford, were Sunday dinner family, Mr:' and Mrs.
patient in n .North__ .n Florida_ .P_ guests of her brotherinlawand Gary Stanley and Cindy
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Les visiter her mother, Mrs. Eva
McClellan. During the af- Bradberry in Sylacauga,
ternoon they visited their Alabama over the
Community NewsBy brother-in-law and sisters, Thanksgiving holidays. They .
Mr.and Mrs. J.R. Devore and returned by the home of her
Mrs. Elnora Privett.We daughter, Mrs. Clara Crews
Elisabeth InN; Wafcer wish to report that Miss and family,in Macon, Georgiaand
Debbie Phillips has been visited there before
members and friends Invited Church and Elder S. Cohens transferred from Methodist returning to Brooker.Mr. .
DELL CHAPTER OES Parish Rev. Willie Wednesday night. Prayer Living God V. Evening Service, 7:30.:
Dell Chapter 168 OES will to attend. Theresa Holiday, Stilt pastor Pleasant Grove Meeting Tuesday night. The pastor. Prayer Meeting 8 p.m. St. Johns Missionary Hospital, Jacksonville, to .
president. services Senior Choir will render Service Willie Frazier Memorial Hospital, and Mrs. W.L. Thomasof
Sunday weekly services begin with song Tuesday. Terry Baptist Church, Rev.
meet Thursday night, Dec. 11,
dt 8 in the Masonic Hallon begin with Church School.10 Junior Choir rehearsal each service Friday night at the Friday night. Church School Huffman pastor Services held .Macclenny.. Our prayers-are Charleston, S.C., visited
p.m. a.m. Morning at Church of God in Christ 2nd and with her. with Mr. and Mrs. E.M.
Brownlee St. All members Worship first and second Monday, 7:30: on 10 a.m. Sunday. Morning each 4th Sundays.
invited attend. 11:30.: YPWW, 6 p.m. Evening p.m. Tiny Tot rehearsal Pine Street. Junior Choir will Worship at 11. Church School 10 a.m. Mor- Mrs. Joyce Futch of Starke (Pete) Douglas and family
Worship, 7:30.: Tuesday night, 6 p.m. Wednesday rehearse at the church Friday Greater Allen Chapel AME ning Worship at 11. Afternoon and Blackshear, Ga.' spent Nov. 2324.
NEW ARRIVAL New Bethel and Ebenezer night Prayer Meeting, night. Dinners will be sold Church Rev. R.G. Heastie service, 3 p.m. Prayer Band Monday night with her son
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Allen Baptist Churches, Rev. Leroy 7:30.: Thursday night Bible from the kitchen on Saturday.. pastor. Prayer Meeting and Meeting Monday noon. Prayer and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr., and Mrs. James Roy
Strong of Lawtey announcethe Davis pastor. New Bethel Study, 8 p.m. Sunday services begin with Bible Class combined, 7 p.m.. Meeting and Bible Study Mrs. Terry Futch and familyof Stalnaker of Worthington
birth of their son, Henry services begin with Prayer True Church of God in Church School at 9:30.: At 11 Tuesday. ,Senior Choir combined, 6 p.m. Wednesday.PF'C Jacksonville Beach. Springs are parents of a baby
Allen Strong II, on December Meeting and Bible Class Unity Rev. Elder S. White a.m.. Rev. Campbell and rehearsal each Tuesday night boy, William Jason, born
1 in Shands Teaching College, combined Wednesday night. pastor Prayer Meeting congregation from before. the first and third Micha eI l DeSue Dec 7 in Alachua General
Gainesville. Grandparentsare Sunday services begin with Monday night, '730.: Terry Jacksonville will render Sunday, 8 p.m.: Church School Germany :Exercise Hospital in Gainesville. The
Oscar Henderson and the Church School at 9:30.: Mor Service each Wednesdaynight. service. 9:45: Sunday. Morning Wor- Army Private First Class Military Airlift Commandflew baby weighed 9 pounds, 10''
late Mrs. Estella of ning Worship at 11." Dinners will be sold from with the Youth Paternal
Granger Evening Prayer Meeting and ship at 11 Dept.in Michael L. DeSue,whose wife, approximately 10,000 ounces. grand-
Philadelphia, Pa., and Rev. Service, 6 p.m.Ebenezer Preaching, Friday night. the kitchen at 12:30.: At 6 p.m. charge.At 3 p.m. there will Margaret, lives at" 917 U.S. based soldiers and their parents are Mr. and Mrs. CJ.
and Mrs. Dennis Strong of services begin Sunday is Pastoral Day., the Women's Home Mission be a Round-the-World Tea Brownlee St., Starke, recently equipment to Germany to Stalnaker of Brooker--
Lawtey. with Prayer Meeting and Church School, 10 a.m. will have charge. sponsored by the Trustee participated in Exercise participate in the exercise. Maternal grandparents are
CHL1UII NKWS Bible Study combined, Worship Services, 11 a.m. and Mt. Zion AME Church Rev. Board.All members invited to REFORGER in Germany.PFC PFC DeSue entered the Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Crawfordof .
Church of God in Unity, Thursday night. Church 8 p.m. Richard Bethel pastor. cooperate with this activity. DeSue is regularly Army in March of this year Worthington Springs,
Elder D.R. Williams School 10 a.m., terminating Greater Bethlehem Church School, 10 a.m. Antioch Baptist Church, land completed basic trainingat
pastor. assigned to Company C, 123rd Mr. Lloyd Barry Is in
The Third Anniversary of the Sunday services. Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. Lovefeast Service 11 a.m. Rev. Dennis Strong pastor. Signal Battalion, 3rd Infantry Ft. Dix, N.J. Bradford County Hospital in
Pleasant Grove and Mt. Jasper Williams .Communion Service, "4 Church School, 10 a.m. Sun-
YWCC will be held Friday pastor. p.m. Division in Wurzburg. He is a 1973 graduate Starke:We wish him a,speedy
Morlah United Methodist Christmas rehearsal First Born Church of the Morning Worship at 11.
Monday day.
All Bradford School.
night Dec. 12, at 8 p.m The U. S. Air Force High recovery.

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