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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 18, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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22nd Issue Thursday,December 18,1975 Copy





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BUTLER A new deputy Union County health officer

moved here Wednesday, but will probably not begin practice at
Union General Hospital until the first of the year. ,
Dr. Fawzia Shehata, a 33-year-old native of Egypt, received
approval to practice medicine at the hospital last,week but is Of Power PlantThe
expected to spent a minimum of two weeks at St. Augustine I Ik

General Hospital, where she will be briefed in emergency, .
medical procedures by Inter-Medic: Health Centers.

Inter-Medic was contractedby finalize plans for opening the StarkeCity Council,voted Tuesday night to install a new switchgear at the power plant which
Union General -last summer hospital. will increase electrical capacity at a cost of about$150,000 to the city.
to assist in reopening the Dr. Shehata will 'conduct Proposal for renovations to the city power plant were presented by the city's consulting engineer,
hospital which has been closed only the hospital outpatient Edward Wilson,who encouraged the council to take the action in completing expansion of the plantas

since May, 1974.. Dr. Shehatais clinic on a daily basis until i soon as possible.
one of two doctors to be another doctor is 'contracted eY f "You can do less than necessary and come back later to complete it under another project, but
referred for, practice at the for the :25-bed facility. each time it costs you more," Wilson said.
hospital by Inter-Medic .The new switchgear will add another 1,000 kilowatts to the plant's present capacity which was
through the management A meeting was set for Wed enlarged in a project completed in August, 1974, bringing peak capacity to 10,050 kilowatts The proposed
agreement. Jewel evening with Dr. M.L. 532Sgt Yh R d 5 switchgear was not installed at the time due to budgetary considerations cutting,the outputto

who is "very In- Paul Carter Inspects the 1956 Chevrolet pickup truck Involved In an accident on Griff 9,050 KW.
Dr. Shehata arrived in Lake terested" In leaving his clinicin Loop on Thursday night, December 11, In which Terry W. Fox and Douglas Cribbs were injured In a 5-0 decision to initiate
Butler Monday to meet with Kissimmee to help get the after their vehicle was Involved in an accident with Seaboard Freight train In DuPont Camp installation of the new switch-
trustees of the, hospital and hospital going, according to Standing spur gear council encouraged WiI-
Mrs. Hazel
make, arrangements for the' Administrator Eugene Hard- Paulk son to try to complete the
move. Born in Aswan, Egypt, i val. Details of the meetingwere project by next summer and
where she received her degree not available to the Telegraph apply for grant monies to fund
from the University of Cairo, at press time. 3 Injured In WrecksThree it. .

Dr. Shehata practiced medicine Inter-Medic also has a com Named To Succeed Cities with less than 10,000

there five years before. mitment from husband-wife population and meeting other
moving to England.. doctor team in New York to area residents are south of Hampton and struck a dent where 16-year-old Kenyth criteria may receive ,a '75-25

begin practice at Union hospitalized in satisfactory pine tree. Doyle Kelly, son of Mr. and grant through the Farmer's
During her two years of I General in April, Driggs said.It condition this week after a The Florida Highway Patrol Mrs. Warren W. Kelly of Husband On BoardGov. Home Administration according -
practice in England, Dr. She- will take 30-45 days to get pick-up truck crashed into a report said that Fox was Starke, was killed and three to city clerk Merrill
hata spent one summer at the various approvals, including train last Thursday at the operating: a 1956 Chevrolet other Bradford High School Edwards.
Frend Polyclinic in New York.. licensing of the hospital, Griffis Loop crossing and pickup truck that was southbound students were hospitalized for Reubin Askew appointed band's election but was Council is anxious to
According to her resume, she | necessary for opening the another truck struck a pirie on Griffis Loop 1.8 some time Barbara Jean Mrs. Hazel Paulk to defeated. complete the project by Julyof
has been in Florida since May facility Driggs said. Trustees tree near Hampton.Two miles south of Starke and the Griffis, 14, Tommy Cason, 17, the Bradford County Commission Mrs. Paulk, born and rearedin 1976 due to an engineering
of this year., have set a tentative March 17-year-old teenagers. freight train operated by and Cornelia McGee, 16, were Dec. 12 to succeed her Bradford County brings report noting possible failureof
date for official beginning of Crib W. Fox and Douglas engineer R.W. Rogers of Key- the teenagers injured in that late husband Dave Paulk who both teaching experience and the system."If .
She comes to,Lake Butler full. services. both of Starke, wereinjured ,stone Heights was backing up mishap which occurred at 7:45: died Dec 2. business experience to the there is a short circuit :in
from Lakeland, where she when the pick-up they and six cars had passed as the the old switchgear it will be
the time Dr. Shehatais p.m. on Monday, December 4, Paulk served on the com- commission seat. She took,
awaited the opening of a family During. the were driving crashed Into i train travelled at five miles mission since being elected in over* her husband's heavy, totally destroyed," Wilson
practice clinic in Bartow in St. Augustine, hospital slow moving train at the hour and was apparently 1961.The
clinic will continue to be per highway patrol reportof 1972. Mrs. Paulk ran for the equipment contracting said.Although '
which never came about. She rotating Griffis Loop railroad where struck on the car behind the the latest accident indicated post the term prior to her hus- business when he retired four the 'new switchgear -
manned doctors
Marlin old daughter basis by from St. on Augustine a there are no warning bars or engine, spinning the pickup that there were no flaresor years ago and operated it until will not completely eliminate
): lights. truck around with the truck flagman signifying that the she retired last July. problems at the power
General along with three William Kimberly, 37, travelling 73 feet where it plant, the new unit will utilize
train in the of Reset The Paulks married in
internists front the was process Hearing were
Dr.:Shehata is employed by Navy % Hampton, was injured when came to rest with Fox pinned every kilowatt available and
The 1934 after Mrs. Paulk had
the hospital at a monthly salary Naval Air Station, in Jackson his pick up truck left SR-221 behind the steering column. backing up. highway will improve present oper-
be ville. ., patrol report indicated the taught three yean in Brad-
., of WOO. which wlU dls-. ? ational problems. Wilson said
, '" 1' "pickup truck was travelling at For Jan. 6 ford elementary schools
-cwittnued in she' ?1
1976 when. ) 1. : :" "1 Fox'was' pried out of:the r',
receives a Florida license to 1i.. 34 'miles per hour and apparently serving one year as assistant Bond trustees present at the
Bradford
S (f ; vehicle by the
medicine. Next sche- .1.. ., ".. .. ,} did not see the train principal at Hampton
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practice: ;: ; ., ., County Rescue service atten- meeting Tuesday night en-
mired"date""for'then'Florid* I\t.\\0.: #<..... ''','f'i.l't "r' dants and Cribbs was also as it was backing up. On'DampierPublic Elementary. They later couraged immediate action on
.. moved to Jacksonville '
where
medical exam is July, '1976.' :' /if. : \<" r 1 taken to Bradford 'County That accident was investigated Mr. Paulk worked the project. Wilson, said that
as a service
,/ preliminary plans could be
Hospital where they were by Trooper D.C. hearing for Billy for bulldozer
: deal-
a
The manager
trustees also met wits i. 4 completed by the Jan. 13 or 20
treated in the emergencyroom Roberts, assisted by Sgt Paul Dampier on charges of mis- ership.
David Drlggs, vicepresidentof 111,1" and transferred by Carter. conduct in office has been rescheduled meeting of the council at
hospital administration for ambulance to Shands Teach The second accident took for Jan. 6, accord- which time bids could be let on

.Inter-Medic, on Monday to ing Hospital in Gainesville.Fox place at 3:50: p.m. Saturday, ing to an agenda released by fii the project.
Dec. 13, 1.3 miles South of the Bradford County School Should the power plant fail,
SR-221 Board. the city is now on standby to
Hampton on onetenthof
its lawn UTrtr'TELEGRAPH ...,,a,,,,,, suffered a broken left a mile east of US-301. The board decided at its receive current from Florida
leg which has been in traction
The highway patrol report Dec. 9 meeting to deny Dam- Power and Light on a whole-
plus a cut over his and
I eyes said that a 1968 Ford pickup pier's request for a delay of sale basis, according to coun-
another kut under his chin.
truck operated by Kimberly the Dec. 18 hearing but later cilman Marc Jackson who
'. Cribbs sustained a cracked was travelling south on SR-221 changed the date. suggested the council look into
neck a bad cut on his hand,
when the vehicle went across Dampier, a teacher, is using more wholesale powerin
plus cuts on his thumb and
little the center line onto the east charged with receiving an the future.
finger that required several shoulder of the roadway and engine designated for school K ubr "The size of the community
(1 s sIl .. stitches and a cut under went back on the roadway and purposes failing to inventory warrants it," Jackson said.
t his Both are listed in
I satisfactory eye. condition at travelled off the west shoulder the property and keeping the A balance of $212,000

tIktLDr Shands and were still in the and then continued onto the engine for use on his private remains in ,the repair and

-- ,.. .Merl":. .. -- hospital on Wednesday, roadway, crossing the east premises. He has been sus- replacement portion of the
I shoulder again' and collided pended from teaching duties
December .
17. utility department's budget
Shehata and her Marian moved to with without since
Fawila daughter a pine tree. pay chargeswere
Edwards said
The Griffis Loop railroad from which the
Lake Butler Wednesday, where Dr. Shehata will assume the Kimberly suffered massive first brought against him
crossing was the scene 14 project must be funded, unlessa
NEWS post of deputy health officer at Union General Hospital by cuts and lacerations about the Nov. 18. Mrs. Hazel PaulkIn federal
years ago of a similar acci- grant is secured.
& AD DEADLINE Jan. 5. <(
: Monday. Dec. 22 1
12 noonWRESTLING Compressor Sold; road'-building-andr heavy lined include in the treatment engineering of coils report in
----- Set
MATCH'' SpecialTo Meeting Tonightuss equipment an office operation in Jackson-maintaining the cooling tower, additional
generating capacity and additional -
i In.Ocala ForstThurs. Theft ChargedA ville until they returned to
distribution ability
Dec. II Starke, building an office and

7130p.m.BHSgym arrested Hampton Tuesday man evening was on Mrs.home Paulk on Crosby still resides.Lake where In other action Tuesday
Disc Union School Suitannounce night, the council approved an
----- charges of grand larceny following Paulk. 69 died of a heart
ordinance to increase the
"ALL
HAVE COME"Christmas a complaint filed by attack after being taken to the
Pageant Register Oil Company that the speed limit for trains passing
: Fri.. Dec. 1* man stole an air compressor. LAKE BUTLER A special Monday's meeting shorten the work day by 30 court Nov. 10, but remained Alachua General HospitalDec. inside the city limits from 20
7130p.m. meeting of the Union County "silly tactics." minutes, allowing teachers to unresolved due to a con- 2. They have two daugh- mph to 40 mph.
Church of God Frederick A, Phillips, 41, School Board is set for tonight The suit filed Oct. 2 and leave school at 3:30: instead of tinuance granted by'Judge ters, Mrs. Vernon Reddish Council also defeated four
St. Clair Street borrowed the compressor (Thurs., Dec. 18)) at 7 p.m., to signed by Thomas, Griffis and 4p.m. John Murphree. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews bothof motions made by councilmanJoe
----- while employed with the discuss a civil suit brought by Dukes. asks a judge's Union County teachers have Calling the measures Starke and five grandchildren Warren calling for budget
JOHN MYERS company, failed to return it the board against Superintendent declaratory judgement that not yet left school early as "delay tactics," attorney cuts of up to three percent,'
RECEPTION and sold it for more than $100 James Cason concerning Cason carry out the board's approved by the board, due to Carroll said that he will again increase of traffic fines and
Sunday Dec. 22 to another party, according to the length of teachers' approval of a shortened work a memo issued by Cason the take the matter to court Looking ahead to her ten- increase in building permit
4-4 p.m. the complaint., work day. day for teachers. following day stating that Monday, asking the court to month term, Mrs. Paulk pre- fees.
Starke Country Club Cason refused to call a Cason challenges the teachers were notified to set a final hearing on the pared this statement. "Had these recommendations -
Public InvitedCHRISTMAS Phillips was released on meeting originally requestedfor board's action saying the continue to abide by the matter or issue a restrainingorder ,"I feel most grateful and gone through the com
boardat board did not the Cason so teachers humble to Gov. Reubin mittees responsible for this
----- tl.SOO recognizance bond Monday night bythe go through existing policy until the board on very
PROGRAM, Wednesday morning. last week' regular Administrative ProceduresAct changed it through the APA. may leave work early until the Askew for the appointmentand type suggestion, the council
Pine Level BaptistSun. meeting. Board, members (APA) in its decision to The dispute landed in circuit issue is settled. very appreciative to my would have been more com
.. Dec. II Pam Thomas, Donald Dukes fortable with it and better ableto
7p.m.METHODIST.' and Resale Griffis I met friends who 'called the compromise" mayor-com
New. Ad.
----- Early anyway Monday night at the Col. Wilson Selected To Run ChamberAnnouncement governor urging my appoint. missioner Charles Schaefertold

CHOIR specified time to draw up an ment. Warren after the motions
CANTATASun. NeededNextWeek 'announcement of the meeting.The was madeon in Lawtey for the past 18 years Middle School, and two sons "Most of the things my late were defeated.
., Dec. 21 Monday that Col. William and settled in it for good when who attend Santa Fe Com- husband was interested in
II ..m..t churchCHRISTMAS Due to Christmas Day superintendent is Wilson, a 'retired air force he retired. munity College in Gainesville. have been accomplished by Resolution to follow one of
-----, falling on Thursday next responsible for calling special colonel who lives at Lawtey Wilson and his wife have the Board of Commissioners,. Warren's proposals, however,,
PLAY week, the Telegraph go to meetings requested by the has been selected as the new seven children that include mostly betterment of roads, was unanimously agreed by
"The Answer I. press Tuesday, have the board according to Florida manager of the Starke-< three married daughters one well-organized volunteer fire the council.
Christmas"Sun. papers on the streets Tuesday statute 23016. A majority of Bradford County Chamber of unmarried daughter a son department, renovation of the Any purchase of more than

.. Dec. 21 night and In the null Wednesday the board must accept Commerce succeeding John. Timmy who attends Bradford sq health center, completion of $23 in any city departmentmust
S p.m. morning.To responsibility for calling such Myers on December 29. a the new library and purchase now be approved by the
RJE School Cafeteria meet the early press dateIt meetings should the Blaze Destroys of a bookmobile. immediate governing body of
----- is necessary that' the superintendent fail' to do so. Myers resigned recently the department, according to

FIRST BAPTIST Telegraph staff have news Purpose of tonight's after serving over six Oak St. Home tiA "It seems to be the opinion city ordinance. Council
CHOIR CANTATA I and advertisements in the meeting is ,to authorize the years in his post with the of most people that I ,will seek agreed to back up the rule and,
Sun., Dec. 21 office by noon Monday Dec. filing of the suit by vote of the chamber. A frame house at 243C Oak re-election in 1976 my enforce it.Nearly ,
7:30p.m. 23. That deadline Includes aU board. Because the board met Wilson was born and raisedin Street in the Reno section of I thought is not of the election every city department

----- material for' the Dec. 23 privately with legal counsel of Jacksonville and graduatedfrom Starke was completely guttedby ,. ahead but how best I might is already overspent in,
BC ZONING BOARD': edition, including society and board attorney Wayne Carroll Landon High School. He a fire that broke out at 2:19: "; 'a serve the people in the some portion of its budget
Tues.; Dec. 2J713tp.m. straight ads I following a regular meeting attended the University of Saturday morning) December I. remaining months of the and the council hopes to th-
.' legal advertisements, anddisplay Sept. 24 to draw the Florida in Gainesville for two 13. present term. wart further movement away'
advertisements.The board The .Starke Fire "This I intend to do by from the
......, Of Cason contends that the yean. Department budget through the
( y same early deadline is in violation of the Sunshine Then he went Into the USAF report shows that the cooperating with the other' monitoring system.:,

;Ire, (Cantmuntlufcfulr { will be observed for the New Law."Let's.! where he served 31 years as a house was ownedby Frances '; ..t county commissioners and Warren warned that he will r
Year's which will also just ''say we'reholding pilot Jenkins and Willa Mae Lane public officials and by trying ;present the budget-cut
*janH .be published on Tuesday. All < ......." ...............,. correspondents are requestedto to defend ourselves onllml year of service in Vietnam. He into the house as a tenant. The I budget, while giving the best meeting, but will increase the'
r..IMAN. v13'w3.A.V3M., observe the early deadlines .. 'point." Carroll said.I'IIKIIU'M .' retired two-and-half years report shows the house was a services possible that the I percentage i of cuts by one percent ..
,)'. for the next two week. "IIhll ri'fiiNiil 'In ugn.. Wilson has owned a home total I..... Col. William Wilson ,budget will$ allow," ,4 at that time ,..-:*w


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_ Christmas Parties Held Last Week By MerchantsSeveral

local merchants' Christmas, cloth over lace and tables were covered with ; fflte !
Christmas parties have been centered with a bayberry white linen cloths and cen- ei l WJ
held in the past week Includ- candle encircled with a holly tered by red candles. 64.ide
ing: ring.Gag Gifts were exchanged
gifts were exchangedby during the evening.The eJj''or

CHEVROLET-OLDS BALDWIN party.the employees during the staff 13 and attending their families.includedthe Ilfooly Jotialy__ .,... _____ _____- __.. _

The employees and their The 34 attending includedthe
families of Baldwin Chevrolet- staff and their families. John Myers To Be B. C. Hospital
Olds of Starke and Baldwin
Hayward AMC-Jeep of FLORIDA AND Honored AtReception Auxiliary Held
Gainesville enjoyed a Christ- 301 THEATERSThe i--
mas party and dinner at the home of Mrs. Vergie Dec. 21 Christmas Tea
Elks Lodge Sunday afternoon Barksdale on Hampton Lake
from 3 to 5 p.m. was the setting for the Christ- John Myers, retiring execu-
Santa Claus appeared mas party and dinner given by tive vice-president of the The Bradford County Hospital doctors r
honored the
before the dinner to pass out Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- Starke Bradford County Auxiliary
candy and Christmas stock- dale and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chamber of Commerce will be. and hospital staff at a tea last _
in
ings to the children. Sparks for the staff of the Florida honored at a reception Sun- Friday from Ba.m.to 3 p.m. j
and 301 Theatres on day,December 21 from 4 to 6 the hospital library. covered
table
The tea was
KOCHSDRUGSTORE Thursday night of last week. p.m. at the Starke Golf and lace cloth over _
Mr. and Mrs. Olin White The buffet table was cov- Country Club. with a white 'W
centered with a
and ,
entertained at a Christmas ered with a red linen cloth The public is invited to red linen
party and buffet at their home with lace edging and centered attend. white Christmas with arrangement red candle.
Sunday evening from 7 to 10 with a red Christmas arrange- Marian Douglas falls In love centered Kincaid a Mrs.
J.W.
p.m.for the Koch's Drug Store ment composed of roses, with Grover Howard in Okla Mrs. krw
and Mrs. Gladys
employees and their families. holly, red birds, bows and homa. JuniorWoman'sClub Mac Weldon Baldwin presided at the silver
Attractive Christmas candles.
decorations highlighted pointsof Tickets On SaleFor'Oklahoma Held coffee during' the service tea hours.at intervals ;
interest. COMMUNITY BANK
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Houston McClane,
The buffet table was cov- The staff of the Community Dec. MeetingThe Mrs. f
chairman, and her
red cloth State Bank of Starke social p. ,
ered with a edged enjoyeda assisted in serv-, ;!
with a wide red lace ruffle and dinner dance Saturday nightat Tickets are now on sale for Junior Woman's Club committee
centered with a Christmas arrangement the Armory on Edward's the musical Oklahoma which met Monday, December 8, at ing.
on a white pedestal Road. will be presented Jan. 9-10 and 7:30,: p.m. at the clubhouse ,
composed of red apples, Christmas decorations were 16-17 at the Starke Woman's with 11 members and cosponsor BPWClubToHost -
silver grapes and silver bow. used throughout the hall for Club on Walnut Street. Mrs. Lester Crews, pre- iLd tjqII
Mrs.Robert White presided at the festive occasion. Admission to the play sent.Mrs. District
the silver coffee and punch which stars Grover Howardand Robert Autry, presi- ?
services. EAGLE DE VANE Marian Douglas, is $6. dent, presided over the meet- MeetingThe
The employees exchangedgifts Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Tickets may be purchased ing where plans were made
during the evening. Williams were hosts at a through Mrs. Pat Spengler, for the bridge-luncheon and Starke Business and ;
Christmas dinner party for president of the Woman's Christmas tea honoring the Professional Women's club
ECKERD DRUG STOREMr. the employees of Eagle Club. senior club which was held on made plans at their November -
and Mrs. Larry Baker DeVane Department Store on December 17.: 20 meeting for the District
were hosts at a Christmas Wednesday, December 10. After the meeting refresh- Meeting to be held in Starke Mrs. J.W. Kincaid presides at silver service at the Hospital Auxiliary Tea last Friday.
party Saturday night at their Colorful arrangements of Meth. Chancel ments were served in the sun, January 17. Standing (l-r): Mrs.Houston McClane,Mrs. Mac Baldwin, Mrs.J.R. Kite,Auxiliary membersand
home on N. Orange Street for Christmas decorations were room by Mrs. Robert Autry, A Christmas party will be Mrs. Eunice Horton Director of Nurses.
the employees of Eckerd's used throughout the party ChoirTo Present hostess. The table was over- held at the home of Lillian
Drug Store.Christmas. rooms for the occasion. laid with a lace cloth over red
Pearson on December 18. The :
decorations were The buffet table was Cantata SundayThe linen and centered with a five festivities will begin with a pot ;' f- .t -: h
used at points of interest in the covered with a white linen branch silver candelabra with luck "
party rooms. cloth and centered with a red Chancel Choir of the red burning tapers and an ar- supper. .
The buffet table was cov- and white Christmas First United Methodist rangement of red poinsettias.At .J:1:' 1111 V ;v XL;v J 4; .JW.;v Jtt.;v Jtt.; Jtj V to J1.;V J1.; V 'fvLltv"ivt'.it V J1.;V's J1.; vMV J1.;V J1.; J1.;V 'rvt; .t1 V J1.;;, .t1.t1..tt. V lKv; J1.;. dirt,J1.;. lLr J'tr; 1'Cv: JJ:
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Christmas cantata entitled meeting members exchanged #
"The Night of Miracles" by Christmas gifts.
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Christmas Parties Last Week Celebrated '6th'The Luncheon HonoreeMiss .r: BIRTHS. I Mrs. MM. Richarde, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. F.V. Herlongand
|I Charles Darby, Mrs. Jean Mr. and Mrs. Rodney
six groups of the First place setting favors for the Birthday Dec. 13 Anne! Terwillegar and Miss Heidi Sanders of Birmingham ; Darby, Eugene Matthews, Herlong and daughter of
Mr. and Lex
United Methodist Women held patients of the Starke Nursing B. Terwillegar, Jr. Mrs. Johns of Ala. is a holiday Mrs S.L. Peek, Sr. and Mr. Jacksonville were Sunday
Christmas parties in the past Home. honored Miss Ellen Blood- Starke announce the birth of a guest of Mr and Mrs. George and Mrs. S.L. Peek, Jr. attended visitors of Mrs. W.F. Herlong.Lt. .
Little
Wendee Hall son, Andy Lex, born B. Flynn, Jr. and family.
week. The members
exchangedgifts celebrated her sixth worth Saturday at 12:30: p,m. December 9 in Alachua a dinner at the home of
with their prayer part. birthday at the Gainesville Country Miss Elise Jones in Gaines- Barry Firth of Corpus
.
GROUP ONE ners during the evening. Saturday morning when her Club with a motherdaughterluncheon General Hospital. Grand- Capt.and Mrs. J.B. Godwin, ville Saturday night honoringMrs. Christ! NAS, Texas arrives
Group one, with Mrs. O.L. parents,Mr and Mrs. Charles'Hall parents are Mrs. Mildred Jr. and daughter, Colleen, of Phillip Maguire of Ash home December 21 for ten
gave a party for her and Rhoden of Macclenny and Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla will
Jr. GROUPSIXMembers
Haynes, chairman held a Miss Bloodworth's ley, Oregon, sister of Mrs. days leave
six little
friends at their homeon Ernest and Opal Allen of spend the holidays with his
Christmas luncheon Wednes- of Group Six helda marriage to Michael Miller Peek, Sr. Mrs. Glen Conner and
day, "Dec 10, at the home of covered dish luncheon and During Crystal the Lake. will be an event of Dec. 20th at Starke. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.B.. family of Orlando visited her
Mrs.; F.W. Strickland at Christmas party Tuesday of party hours the 7:30: p.m.. at the First Godwin in Lake Butler. Mrs Gilbert Goldwire spent parents Mr. and Mrs. Barney
Kingsley) Lake.. last week at the home of Mrs. youngsters were given Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mar- last week with Mr. and Mrs. McRae
The buffet table was cov- Grady Overstreet with Mrs. Christmas crayons with which they drew The colonial] club house was tin,Starke,announce the birthof Stuart Spragins of Little Dale Fisher in Coral Gables.Mr. on Sunday.
ered with a gold linen cloth Richard Little as co-hostess. designs and beautifully decorated a daughter, Tonya Denise, Rock,Ark. was weekend guestof .Goldwire joined her at the Mr. and Mrs. Howard
and centered with a gold and Preceding the luncheon the"Happy table Birthday cloth. Wendee" on throughout in the traditional born December 12 in Alachua Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Meyer attended the Hercules
silver Christmas arrange- eggnog and hors d'oeuvreswere made Santa Clauses They also manner for the holiday General Hospital. Grandparents Goldwirein West Palm Beach Christmas party at Jekyll
out of Misses Louise and Etta
ment. served. are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Friday and spent the
season. In Island
a private dining over the weekend.,
The ladies exchanged gifts Members exchanged gifts apples, marshmallows and room where the luncheon was Thomas and Mrs. Linnie As- Fripp of Columbia, S.C. and weekend
with their prayer partners and with their prayer .partners raisins. They received favorsof served the Christmas theme pi n wall. Mrs. C.H. Wollenberg of ,(See Page 4))
candy and balloons. Farmington, Conn. will arrive
also brought for during the party.Methodist.
a gift an was carried out with white
Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Hall and Monday to spent the holidayswith
elderly Starke resident. Mr.
linen table red Mrs. Jimmie
covers,
wereVendee's aunt, Mrs. their sister Mrs. L.G
Assisting in serving were A.R. Sieg of Mandarin napkins and two table Patterson announce the birthof D D
Mrs Rex Anderson and Mrs. Choir Hutchins, Jr and Becky, Paul arrangements of red car- a. daughter, Sherie Diane, Powell. JiYiiW
C.H. Nasworthy. Hutchins. nations, holly, white mums on December 9 at Pureal
Held Dinner Out-of-town and white doves.A Medical Center in Orange Mrs.Emma Rene Weaver is
GROUP TWO Mrs. A.E. guests were silver tray was presentedthe Park. Grandparents are Mr. a patient in North Florida ITALIANAMERICANRESTAURANT
Former members of Group Party MondayThe Jacksonville, Mrs.Leaptrot and of honoree by the hostesses. and Mrs. James L. Pattersonof Regional Hospital.Mr. .
Two which has been Sieg Ben
Those attending were: Miss Wheeler, Texas and
disbanded were honored at a Leanne daughters, Laurin and Ellen Bloodworth, Miss Carol L.W. Batten of Starke. and Mrs. Mike May and 1f, I .
and
chancel choir of the Missy Slocum of
Christmas luncheon Tuesday United Methodist Mandarin. Bloodworth, Mrs. James F. H son, Kevin, of Ocala visited /.rl;
given by Mrs. Inez Green at First dinner Bloodworth, Miss Denise Reggie Flynn of Samford her mother, Mrs W.H. Harton DINNERS SUBS PIZZA ) r! ; I Ir
Church held a party -
her home Raiford Road.
on Winkler, Mrs. Warr.en University, Birmingham, Ala. Sunday.
'
. The Green home was at- Monday night at the Birthday Party Winkler, Miss June Hardy, is home for the holidays. I 1& .
decorated in the Homestead Restaurant in _________ I r MONDAY & ;
THURSDAY
tractively Keystone Heights. Mrs. J.E. Hardy, Mrs. &itj' t l
holiday motif for the occasion.
Chastain and Mrs.
Tommy
For4YearOld 1
members The dining were tables centered for the with 12 George During Harper the dinner presented Rev.Ed Clyde Sinclair. Wayne Douglas I -, 1 11:00: 9:30: PM t, I 'I t t tI I

miniature Pfiester, choir director, and Little Elizabeth Ann Rowell I :
Christmas
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Mrs. Inez Green, organist, celebrated her fourth birthday Gray Flynn and Greg : n ,
arrangements.Rev. with the books "Someone Saturday, December 6, at a Reddish of the University of (}tJ i$( U II I '' '
those George Harper.. was Cares." party from 2:30 to 4:30: p.m. South Florida and Starke residents 11:00: AM11:30: PM I' i. t \ .\
.
attending.GROUPSTHREE
among The 26 enjoying the affair given by her parents, Mr. and are spending this week .. A. ....-.."... were members of the choir, Mrs. Charles Rowell at their with their roommate, Bob I'
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wives and husbands. home The on party SR-16.was' held in the field Joyce, ,Ohio.Rodney and. family in Mans- IYmJIBttu(! [$ ,-.,..... rr': .-';,-

AND FOUR
Group Three with Mrs. Ginger Fortner yard where the refreshmenttable Hall, Richard
covered with a
was
Charles Dinkins, chairman, Santa Claus cloth and cen- Jockel, Mrs. V.J. Spengler, Custom Cutting & Wrapping Of
and Group Four, Mrs. J.D. C.M. RobertsonTo tered with a Santa Claus cake. and Eddie Douglas attendedthe
Yeager, chairman held a joint jointly held annual meetings
Christmas decorations were Beef or Pork And Pork Curing
covered dish Christmas
of the Florida School
Wed Dec. 25 used at vantage points.
luncheon of last weekin
Tuesday Assisting in serving and Board 'Association, the Florida
Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. G. Sidney caring for the 15 little guests Superintendents' Asso- Yours or Ours .
The buffet table was cov- Fortner of Starke announcethe were the honoree's grandparents ciation, the Florida School \y.Ph
ered with a Christmas cloth approaching marriage of Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Board Attorney's Association, Hwy 301 N. Starke, Fla. 150 W. Main Street .c-
and centered with Christ-
a their Ann and the Florida Negotiator'sAssociation
daughter, Margaret Strickland and Mrs. Arlene 496-3879 r
mas arrangement. (Ginger), to Chesley Michael Rowell of Jacksonville and in Miami Beach Phone 964.6991 LAKE w -
Members exchanged gifts Robertson of and last Thursday to Saturday. ... BUTLER
son Capt. her aunt, Mrs. Donnie Thorn. -----
with their prayer partners Mrs. Chesley Hines Robertsonof .

during. the party. Marianna and Mrs. Dana ton.Santa Claus put in his appearance -
Guests were Rev. George Robertson of Fort Worth, the to
Harper and Mrs. Henry God- Texas. Christmas during suckers party to the
win, president of the United Miss Fortner is a graduate give children. A holiday from regular prices
Methodist Women. of Chipola Junior College and
the University of Florida.Mr. DUPLICATE BRIDGE
GROUP FIVE CLUB WINNERS
Robertson studied
Group' Five met Tuesday drama at Chipola Junior Minou Wainwright and Jeff
night of last week at the homeof College and Texas Christian Wrenshall were the winning
Mrs. Drew Reddish with University. couple at Duplicate Bridge
Mrs. Don Hardenbrook, chairman -' The wedding will take placein Tuesday night: Mrs. F.J.
Shaw and Mrs. S.W. Hamiltonwere
as co.hostess.Refreshments ReclinaRoclcerson
Gaeta, Italy on December La-Z-Boy
were served second and Mrs. J.D.
25 where Mr. Robertson is
Odom and Mrs. Lex Green
from a table covered with a serving in the Navy.
lace cloth and centered with a were third.
red and silver Christmas ar-
rangement Mrs. Harden-

.bfook pun ..h presided dwl I. v at Ify the crystal., I INDIAN RIVER ,,)\\ ft.... $

During the*evening the .... 17900
members made'75 Christmas II SaleS I
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Anna was probably one of
the most controversial Open Mon-Sul c- _
figures ever to rule our
neighbors to the South. He _
led a revolt against the

the Spanish Mexican and later government.against (aao aE

He came to power In 1134
as president of the republicand J _
became dictator the !! E EWoa

next ytar. He was ousted In

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Stretch Sewing Class Case Dismissed, 2 Get Probation In County Court I

Three jury'trials were dis- Paul Hamilton changed his petit larceny and was placed Judge Sanders ant 1 '-jned $76
: .*
Stretch Sewing Class posed of, on Monday Decem- plea from not guilty to assault on probation for six months by court costs. .| ...
ber in Bradford "
number two of the Starke 15 County and battery to guilty of bare -
Recreation Department will Court with the Jury being un- assault. Judge Elzie S. San- .N.
be held at the Pratt Street necessary after two of the ders placed Hamilton on court Sp"Ci

Center beginning Thursday, cases had defendants chang- probation for six months to .. __
January 8, at 7 p.m. ing their pleas and a third run concurrently with his cirCUIt "\.
Registration will be held on case was dismissed.The court probation. Front :-
the night of the class. The state dismissed its case Charlie Scott pled guilty to ..
instructor will be Mrs. Gloria ,, 1 ar against Johnny Banks ,
Holmes. - - --- --- $ Gem Jewelry
- - -
<

rdonaii +; w I s Mr. Fish 109 E. Call St. Starke

p" e e 1,. $ SPEIDEL ID' BRACELETS

(From Page 3)
Erlt 'PRINCE'' GARDNER LEATHER GOODS
Mr. and Mrs. Vickers of '
Orlando were Sunday luncheon ) N
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guests of Mrs. Clyde L' : Hwy ( $ OZOO
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and Mr.family and Mrs.are Mack residing Futch wi Mullet | On A Seiko Quartz Q,

temporarily with Mrs. C.A. TroutRed 'V ,One Of The Most Accurate Watches Made Today': ,,0
Futch after the home they N tlC
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were renting at Kingsley Lake
m
was totaled by fire recently.Dr. 1, Fish ''ONE GROUP OF SPECIALS 2,..

Z 14 Kt. Gold 2O
.
J.E. Denmark and son :: aW
\& Off
John Byron Terwillegar andSteve .rs c$ !/2 Earrings
Denmark were fishingat

weekend.St. Augustine over the The Answer Is Christmas Shrimp Diamond Ring Sets

"The Answer is Christmas"will be presented at the RJE school cafeteria Sunday night. Dec. More
And Many
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lutonof 21 at 8 p.m.The public Is invited attend and there is no admission charge.The Fresh Daily From S. Pendants |
Olmsted, Ill, are holiday play depicts people who don't know the meaning of Christmas. ? i i -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Titus Players are left to right. Steven Goodman George Griffin John Goodman. Renee Wim- '. Cedar Keys Florida TUse
Olson. berly, Robin Williams. Carol hall Granver Harris Gerald Goodman Clifford Harmon. Those 2 Our Lay-A-Way Plan At No Extra Charge CD

sitting are Tiffany Birch Sheila Harris and Ronald Marks. o 1v
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sistrunkana X
daughter of Indianola -..-. Lacy Rigdon, 73 Special ToChurcht Clubs Etc. WRAPPING. 5!
GIFT
Miss. arrive Sunday to spendthe Special Discounts ; FREE
holidays with her parents, Funeral services for Lacy to Starke He was a retired both of St. Petersburg; nine :
Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Scoggins. Dee Rigdon, 73, will be held building contractor and a grandchildren and four great ; FREE GIFT WITH EACH PURCHASE
today (Thurs., Dec. 18)) at 2 member of the Union grandchildren.Elder .
Local admittances to p.m. in the DeWitt C. Jones Primitive Baptist Church. W.O. Thomas will' Mr. Fimh- It Jr SIGNALWATCHESELGINCROTONI
Bradford County Hospital this Chapel. Survivors include a son officiate at the funeral and
. week include: William Mr. Rigdon. Morgan Road Deelacy (Sonny) Rigdon of burial will be in the Dyal
Hansen Mrs. Lucille Starke, died in the Bradford Jacksonville; a daughter; Cemetery.
Knowles, Mrs. Annie Hut- County Hospital Tuesday Mrs. Bonita Wilder of Jack
chings Mrs. Mamie Parrish morning. Born in Bradford sonville; a brother, Arthur I OPEN EVERYINCLUDING
James Lovett Aaron Sumner County on Aug. 21, 1902, he Rigdon of Jacksonville; two E4GLE NIGHT TILL 1O
Donald Staton and Mrs. Marie had lived in Jacksonville for sisters Mrs. Docia McMillian
demons Starke; William many years before returning and Mrs. Marian Pennell, SUNDAY
Browning, Mrs. Inez Stewart AND CHRISTMAS EVEr
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and Mrs. Celia Redding
Raiford; Mrs. Patsy Magnusand
Mrs. Blanche Cunningham $

Keystone Heights; .. p.
Mrs. Katie Saxon and Mrs. .. I I .air
Dovie Hogan. Hampton; and

Mrs. Minnie Phillips, Lawtey. t

Mrs. George W. Brown Is tV
convalescing at her home at
Kingsley Lake following sur- 0
gery Monday of last week in
Alachua General Hospital.

Steve Simmons returned L'Y f0SD
1F'.drrrg(
Sunday after undergoing fur- e 0ZOAOr
ther head skin graft in Shand's 16o0f
Teaching Hospital last Fri r
day.
\ e' v ti M MMEN'S
Mrs E.D. Tenly returned v -

Sunday from Alachua General ,. EME sMA vN ,
Hospital where ,she was a DOUBLE KNIT

patient following a heart ,POLYESTER SLACKS
att..k J last week. rtw f'wi
y

Friends of Ben "Sarge"Su&low. 5Af SAVU wAf SAVL 5:88Can' a HtH
a former Starke resident I 1.I.2tT 51%

who would like to send 8 PC.PUNCHBOWL SET PACKS OFISTEMUftEBy rrwntion the but
name-
him a Christmas greeting 7 qt. punch bowl, 12 nips, 12 Anchor Hocking. Cocktail, i it's the noha' '* HI maker,
iiwy do so by addressing him hooks, 1 lodle. Prescut gloat. champagne, goblet or win*. .r nowyoursfor dollars. less! SaI.etionolsolidsplaid.aah>
at Kenoza Nursing Home 87 / *

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Friends will regret to hearof AT A DYNAMITE LM PRICE! LEWSILUE JEANS
the death of Mrs. Sidney Top name In leisure w o. Selec- The shrink-to-fit leans that hove
lion of many fabrics including been America's favorites since 1 ti
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Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Strick- Portabl. barbeque travels anywhere Perfect + in sues, S, M L, XL. they rip I Sites 79-38. 7L5
land were former Starke residents for patios, porch., mobile homed The LP st r
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!Mr. and Mrs. N.P. Riccardiand briquette and cooking grid conveniently fit Into .GLASSMKESET SANTA CLAUS FACE MUGS s r T M 'A' + r SAY'
of Miami will Gat 8 each: 6 01. juice, 9 01.onthorocks Hand decorated red-white co k t.lY -... 111k
son. Bryan the
attache-like cat* for easy carrying. 12 oz. tumbler, ramie mokes a great aiftlMPC. f
be holiday guests of Mr. and
OVS'FLANNEL SHUTS
!Mrs. F.W. Strickland.Mr. /

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and Mrs. Randolph s T N t l
Newland and have I
family Warm. all the I in the
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moved from Kingsley Lake to Good Through Christmas house with these cozy cotton
Lake Butler 4 flannelettes. Tailored In-col
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IWIlVl1118 I 1 and boys.ud8-19. .
!Mrs. W.B. Mundy Mrs. WASAS {Art rAf fAr[
George Anderson and Mrs. r GIFTS-CRAFTS 7.N 3.ST 2.01

G,H. Bennett visited Mrs. M PC.FLATWARE SET II PC.BLUE WILLOW JET MEN'S FRUIT OF THE LOOM
Garl Mathews in Alachua Stainless steel. 6 each: foik, 4 eoctr dinner plates, bread & MINI AM BOYS'' FRMT OF THE LOOM UNDERWEAR DRESS CLOVES TIES FOR MEN
General Hospital Sunday.Mrs. knife, teaspoon, soup spoon. butters, cups arid saK r.. Soft, springy, obsorbent cotton knit for comfort and long w.a.
Mathews underwent L ORGANSYou SML.XL. Athletic shirts 1/2.71. Briefs S/J.tJ. T-shirts, round w s i 4i -
surgery -
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Monday of last week. all cotton, full cut briefs or T-shors. 6 16. S/Z.2S. Won,,rirryI and DQa11E Haldsma pat.ros,
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\Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks-
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December 1s. i97S TELEGRAPH/ Pages


Prison Terms Meted Out In Busy Circuit Action ..,....................................:..........:...........,...........................................................................................


recent One of years the busiest in Circuit weeks in State Prison (FSP) inmate, mate, was sentenced to ten !session of a weapon by a state culively with his current son on an aggravated assault will run consecutively. His trial has been set for Feb.
climaxed Friday with the court dis- was sentenced to 18 months in months in prison on an escape prisoner. This time also will prison term. charge to run consecutivelywith Judge Sanders, prior to the 16, 1975:
position of a number of prison on an escape charge charge, to run consecutivelywith run consecutively with any William Junior Norris and any sentence now serving case going to the jury, granted The trial of Calvin Martin,
terms meted out prison with the term of the sentenceto any sentence he is now time he is now serving. Ronald Lee Steele wale both The state dismissed a defense attorney Vic Hulslan- Jr, Walter B. Thompson and
John J. Crews of Gainesville by Judge run consecutively with any serving. James Callahan, FSP Inmate sentenced to 12 months in charge of possession of a der's motions for a directed Ronnie Risby. slated to be
Benjamin time now serving. Kenneth Francis was sen- was sentenced to 18 prison on an escape charge weapon by a state prisoner verdict acquittal on chargesof held on Thursday and Friday
Daniels Florida Johnny W. Jones, FSP I in tenced to! 18 months for pos- months in prison to run conseDAHMER'S with boiii l terms to run consecutively against Lee.. larceny of a motor vehicle Dec. 11 and 12, was postpcneilby
with any now serving. In other late-week court and a charge of aggravated ._ Judge Crews until Feb. 16,
Michael Alan Miles was activity a four woman, two assault. The motion was 1975 They are charged with
sentenced to serve one year in man jury found Jack James granted on, the grounds that sekual) battery of a 14-year-old
DISCOUNT prison on a charge of unlawful McIIaney guilty of escape and the offenses did not occur in
possession of a controlled sub- possession of a weapon by a Bradford County as they girl.Motion to defer the trial was
stance, the sentence to run state prisoner. The trial was happened at the dump in granted at the request of Vic
concurrently with any now held with Bradford County Union County.A Hulslander, Thompson and
112 E. Call St. 964-7923 Check The Exciting New Digital. serving. Judge Elzie S Sanders presid-- fifth charge against Risby's attorney and RobertA.
Charles Edward Lee was ing on Wednesday, Dec. 10, in McHaney of breaking and Harper, Martin's attorney,
sentenced to five years in prl- a day-long trial. entering with intent to commit as they were unable to take
Judge Sanders sentenced petit larceny was dismissedby depositions from the com-
Has A Gift ForEveryone CORRECTION! McHaney to serve eight yearsin the state. plaining witness until this
The Telegraph reported prison on the escape charge Jimmy Higginbotham, also week and did not have ade-
Dec. 11 that Daniel Callan and five years in prison on the known as Jimmy Waters, quate chance to prepare a
became hostile and possession of a weapon by a entered a plea of not guilty to defense with the other heavy
threatened his boss, Leon state prisoner. The sentences auto theft and grand larceny.; court activity.

Ellington, upon being fired ..4 from the county road department -

In The Family only ment after.is Callan true being, but says struck threats the by state-came Ell- -- JicL' pernini I

ington, and the, point is not l BUILDING CONTRACTOR
clear in the report. The Tele-
graph apologizes if the state- Slat. C.tifi.J
ment was misleading. CUSTOM
LITRONIX 3FUKTWNLE.D. 496-2185-

CORRECTION! BUILT
The Telegraph incorrectly COMMERCIAL
reported in its Dec. 11 issue HOMES ''CONSTRUCTION
DIGITAL WATC that Headstart took second
place honors for its float in the COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLER

Feeturef Bright,long letting solid'state actual annual Christmas second place parade winnerwas The I -<.':: _= ,
light emitting died display of hour and
95 minute functions with pulutlna' Bradford Vo-Tech cosme-
dicstor for teeondi MDtriting the hour tology class and Headstartwon
49 and minute raiding third place in the judging.
The Strawberry Queen float
was fourth place winner.. The JIM TATUH'S GREATEST
WITH LEATHER STRAP 39 95 Telegraph apologizes for the
error.



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GALLON I
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Sunday Sunday School,
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship,
11:00: a.m.; Church Training,
6:15: p.m.; Christmas Sing -
Cantata"A Song Unending"by
John Peterson, 7:30: p.m.
Tuesday Junior Choir, 3:30:
p.m.; Girls Ensemble, 6:45: NICE "
p.m.; Youth Choir, 7:00: p.m.; I
GIFT! )
Youth "Sing to Bring", 8:00::
j
p.m.Thursday
Closed. Church Office 0 0 lw

Closed.Friday Church Office OLD SPICE HAMILTON BEACH


St. Mark's SEA CHEST CROCK WATCHER
episcopal b V ; .

Church GIFT SET SALE

Chureh and Baal Jaokaon. StraallTHB Model 449 y

REVUOHN M. FLYNN. AFTERSHAVE 2V OZ., COLOGNE 49
,/ 2Vm OZ. AND STICKDEODORANT $
REG.
Thursday, December 18th V 2i OZ. 3
4:00: p.m. Junior Choir

Choir Practice Practice.; 7:30: p.m. Senior ;' ROMAN BRIOCOLOGNE LIMIT 1 SET $22"I ..'
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,
Sunday December 21st -
8:30: a.m.. Holy Eucharist; 9:45: .,..t.. ., &.:
a.m. Church School; 11:00:: "
a.m. Holy Eucharist; 5:00: .,..,.!'t-i.. : ;.,...
p.m. Pageant Participants FOR MEN n; .
Due at Church; 5:30: p.m.
Advent Party.Wednesday. V
December 24th 40Z.
-Eucharist.11:00: p.m. Christmas : (LIMIT ONE) r AUTOMATIC POP-UP '- MODEL"INSTA"CLEAN 1 831 SONIC a

Tht men on your Hit will ippre- ;+ '
data the fiirinct of Roman MODEL DENTURE KIT
Brio. 4 Dance bottlt. ;; T-620 WITH
INE LEVE -- .
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QWRR o -- KNIFE d.29 *
iMpacT SHARPENER J
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: ;: BENRUSORHELBROS :i ; ,:- MAGNETIC __.,;

.LORISUNDAY =. L.E.D. DIGITAL I PROCTOR SILEX LIFTER I'u ;/"

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I I I,, WATCHES.TWO SLICETOASTER HAMILTON BEACH THE SYSTEM THAT COMBINES
AN ENERGIZED BATH UNIT
-Radio Broadcast I CAN OPENER AND SPECIAL: SOLUTION I
8:35: a.m.; Morning Training IACM
Hour 10:00: a.m.; Morning
Worship Service 11:00: a.m.;; 5995 COLOR CLEANS
Evening Bible Study 6:00: p.m. SELECTOR REG 888 DENTURES 988
Worship Service 7:00: p.m. Accuracy Rtad Out CONTROL. 888 10.99 FAST! '
WEDNESDAY Evening bl.Bond: REG. 11.99 .REG. 12.99
Service
Worship 7:30: p.m. Multiple\ Function

Christmas Program Sunday
Evening December 21 at 7:00: LIMIT WHAT IS YOUR MOOD?
p.m. ONE SKINNY JUMBODIP J
RINGS OF G INCHES _

First Presbyterian DEEP
Church Schedule SATURNTERRIFIC
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; I ROSEBUSHES
Morning Worship It a.m. Rev r

I Herbert Montgomery Parsons will from bring Camp the SPRAY MISTCOLOGNE REFLECTS YOUR REG 114P Y'11
988
MOOD UNISEX DOUBLE '
!Mmesage and install the,, new dtpft
church officers: 1 STYLING: GOLD .S
A Family Night Supper and C010"" OR SILVER COLOR NIBACHIGRILL. ALUMINUMFOLDING
Christmas program with the SMALLMEDLARGEOOO '
annual joy gift offering starts 2 OZ. SIZE 10X17X6 INCHES. Finest Quality BED '"
at 6 p.m. Sunday.Christmas .
'1"+ LIFETIME CAST. 8 Grade No. 1 l 1-Inch tubulir aluminum frami.Full 1%"
IRON WITH 2 78 I mattrMt.Folds compactly for my norREG. -
ProgramSet 1 ADJUSTABLEGRIDS I
em p
This SundayAt $

Pine Level ,, GIFT! SinQle7Flant 7 20.99. 1688Rlla

This Sunday evening, Dec. c
21, at 7 p.m., the Pine Level UM't
Baptist Church will present its t 77
Christmas DA 3 CUBES.
program.
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tABEEtS
: c 1O0 FLASHES.
The program consists of Pa 126-12 SYLVANIA
candle lighting, the Christmas Fpm

scene songs, by special the Christmas different WITH \\\.V\ 18 CONDRIO OZ INSTANT 1 39 COLOR FILM MAGI-

departments, and a three-act CARTRIDGE WELLA 11YPE REG.1 .25e
"The Christ. LIMIT
play Teenage THE ..
mas", All from the community SAM CUBES

this Sunday are invited evening.to attend Pine i h->?' 4 H Sen ilk SCMCK \\j 6 9
Level is located three miles "hotlathei REG. 1 ...
west wish of you Starke a on Christ SRl00.filled We HOT 4V ;, 39C 129

Christmas!I IJi. 1f9d .
LATHERMACHINE ? ENEMA ...... loading 128 cartridge cameras Ills,all 12 instant-expo. MAGICUBES

V \ i i,, 7 OZ. 77 C lures.

-L j HEATED STEAMING IN SECONDS LATHER 1 ; m COLOAtELIME 1 PLANO 3 TRAY

t iNp
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$3.00
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Mail REBA Your Receiot!' : BORN LIM 80Z. ssc TERRIFIC GIFT FOR THE

And Warranty To EAR IN YOUR LIFE
FISHERMAN
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Schick Co. ForTE A O
SHAMPO
CQ..fl.Experience c30 Rebate '5030

the |toy of ,'-th o e uM1T T; \.9 REG 9
Christmas every week at SOIAUIEXDOUCHE 8.99 59
First Baptist as we celebrate 1
.
the Incarnation SLEEP -
/ FOR SIMILAR
The Spirit of Christmas Is TO PICTURE
God's Holy Spirit that '
Indwells every believer. MaoangDI SSENO LLIf 44
1 -
(WMtiHtt MA et 730 FIBERGLASS /
; INSTANT
OISPOSABIEDOUCHE 0p LE ROD
Join the happy hundredswho ; % '
e HEAT BERKLEY
worship each Sunday e
at the Firs Baptist Churchof KODAK A-18 -
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Starke. 4; '00%. 7
SPIN
Sunday School for all ages INSTAMATIC NEMA L"IT,
'::45a.m. ONE REEL FACTORYSPOOLEDo.
,
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CREAM GALAXY WITH TRILENE LINE.
Morning Worship SKIN AND
11:00a.m. x t CAMERA \. HEATER 2 PC.

Christian Training / CI A \09 128'8
SPE .
.49
6:15p.m.Christmas: BEAUTIFUL LITTLE CAMERA a' fit' R EG.1. FAN .4
FOR TAKING BIO SNAP-SHOTS 1 488RE0.15.98
T FORCED
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CelebrationIn v NO SETTINGS JUST AIM ERMANENi.
Music \. AND SHOOT.WITH FLIPFIASH @ P
i MODEL 2OO1-MIO. U..a -
7:30p: m. '

"The Church with a Heart, f; .' ":Y j BAyjtD R CHILD SD'e 5$
In the Heart of Starke" .
88 TABS PEOPLE TRUST 'for'quality
;
Ben P. Bryant 19 c CO
Pastor. 0 LIMIT C prescriptions at low, low prices!

Min of the Word REG. 24.99 f fr s eN1cECK 1wl b b (Over TWO MILLION, last month alone!)

William George ,1 4 S compare with what
fAin.of MusicTravis OR .our prescription prices
'H, fou're. paying. now You'll save at Eckprd's.II.'I'III'H'r !.
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S8fl8M fiBgBffiaii J I ObituariesMrs.



Hazel Surrency

a ASSORTED Mrs. Hazel W. Surrency of
BALL Hawthorne died Wednesday
Dec. 10, at the Hillhaven resthome.
Gs 4 Sean She was 79.
Mrs. Surrency was the
r mother of Mrs. George Harper

ORN4MENTS 25 %Off Mrs.of Starke.Surrency was born in

Watertown, N.Y. and had
come to Hawthorne from
Uryceville, Fla. She lived in
WHITE Rep Price Hawthorne for 53 years and
was a member of the Hawthorne
.. R Eastern Star ChapterNo.
T TlSSUEPAPPER : c 52 and the HjM'horno'
5g.i4 United Methodist rinsrci I
: .0. .Icy Survivors Includ'- I three
VAN WICK i daughters: Mrs. VVuldo Kara-
: CHRISTMAS bee,Jacksonville Beach; Mrs.
: ... George Harper, Starke, and
r ,COFFEEMAKER CARDS AMERICANBOXREETINGS !4 Mrs. W.O. Anderson, Mt.
ASSTD. OFF Dora; two sons: Dick and
Allan Surrency, both of Hawthorne .
'(
10-PAGE FEG PRICE ; one sister: Mrs. Clar-
311GHr ence Jones Tallahassee 23
PHOTO ALBUM :. .. grandchildren and nine great
} .
y grandchildren.Mrs.
1
ii ... -17. r CANDOIIER :EGH.3985 77 .Surrency's funeral was
REG. 2.99 ALE . S. J held Friday Dec. 12, in the
I First United Methodist
SECURES YOUR Church (in Hawthorne. Burial
PICTURES WITH. ASSORTED was in the family plot in Haw
OUT MESSY GLUE thorne.
OR PAPER CORNERS. 169 Model 10D1 2199 v TAGS

ASSORTED COLOR REG. AND SEALS REG. 69' 44 C Debi i Bowers, 21
COVERS. .
24118 .r . . Miss Debl Bowers, 21, of
ANGEL Keystone Heights died
HAIR Wednesday, Dec. 24, from
e 'r' ,,, FOR injuries received' in an
YOUR automobile accident near
TREE .49! 37C Ocala.
:
. Born in Avon Park on June
., 20 8. 1954, Miss Bowers for the
j FASHION 1 s'sliiitlti LIGHT past 2'a years had been
Ii employed as a radio dispatcher -
;, i COLORS! JJ ? ; MINI-LIG REC.br for the Starke Police
11! : ; HT SEr C Department. She was a
ASSORTED ; 6 ,
99'
a / MATERIALS INFRA, / . . 6 Church.member. of the Community

Super drying power. 3-wev RED HEAT 9' Plastic Survivors Include her
control fwitch-tuper dry, MODEL 8140 / Mr. and Mrs. DonaldT.
LADIES parents
!
dry,style letting. With ;P
i of
Bowers Keystone
alyling.ttachmente. CANDY Reg. '
GARLAN 1" C Heights; seven sisters: Mrs.
y CARDIGAN LADY SCHICK SPEED POLIENEX DEEP HEAT D SALE 99 I Teri Kitty York Kandi of ,Orlando Kristie, Beckie Karol,,

SWEATER BACK and Katrina Bowers, all of
1y STYLER/DRYER PAk OF 25 Keystone Heights; her
paternal grandmother, Mrs.
-
MASSAGER p FANCY Vera Bowers of Lake Placid,
II MODEL BOwl and maternal grandmother,

8 352REG. GENTLE OR V . ) : 48C Mrs.Park.Lillian Bridges of Avon

e.i. ,,, 1: 58 VIGOROUSMASSAGE. a 26 Funeral services were held
INCH JUMBO Saturday afternoon in the
Community Church with the
19.99 REG. + 1j PAPER Rev. Leroy Lewis
36.99 4- OR pastor
F'oII.2 officiating. Burial was in
. ; 9 99 Keystone with DeWitt C Jones
/ Funeral Home in charge of

TERRA COTTA co.nON services.

tom t 4' TREE 3240hh Viola ThompsonMrs.

HANGINGPLANTER SKIRT .7 X:REG, 88PARKLE::. 6 6 c Viola Thompson 74,

died Sunday night at the
TREE Baptist Hospital in
Jacksonville after an extended -

EG.3V99 PQUENEX $TANDS .;:: ;.. illness.
P ''rt tltfHCATMASSAGER $126.Deiule < .a Mrs>.Thompson jain>rn in
Columbia. Count/ajqdujiyed In
: yo $366
the Lake Sutler cotttmnnity
MEN'SSWEATSHIRTS 99 z so until movirfg to Jacksonville
;... F CURliNG 10 years ago. She was t
PENETRATING INFRA member of the First Baptist
RED HEAT & MASSAGE RIBBON; Church.
ASST'D. COLORS SPOOL .EG' c Survivors include three
100%cotton. .59.. . 44 sisters, Mrs.Lattice Tucker: of
Small.Medium. ; aa Lake Butler, Mrs. Juanita
Large or X- 2 1 TERRA COTTA REG. 188 Johnson of Jacksonville and
REG.
Large PLANT PUNTER WITH 14.95 USE YOUR MASTER CHARGE ,Mrs. Geneva Wilkerson of
2.99
COLORED SISAL ROPE. AND BANKAMERICARDI Law ley; three brothers TS.
INCLUDED 18 PIECE Thomas, Sr. of Lake Butler,
CRYSTAL- Augustus Thomas of Tampa
and Cecil Thomas of Polk
BOY'S HUFFY 20 INCH PLANTERS FLAVOR fUSE LIKE 1 City; and a host of neices and
BIKE ., 1 2- + nephews. ,
THUNDER STARBICYCLE 12 OZ. OIL ROASTED LIMIT PUNCH Funeral services were held
TWO. BLANCHED at the graveside in Dekle
Cemetery in Lake Butler at
SUNFLOWERNUTS
BOWL 3:30: p.m. Tuesday. Archer
PEANUTS' Funeral Home of Lake Butler
arranged the burial.
; NO OIL OR SUGAR SET r+'
SINGLE SPEED COASTER
-' Dr. Perez 40
BRAKE-KNOBBY TIRES ,
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REG. .. REG. 109 REG. 77" 6 BOWL died Dr.of Guillermo cancer\ on Perez Saturday, 40,,

8 CUPS Dec. 13, in Gainesville.
79.88 1.35 1 99' 3 .
MODEL 9058 IN ARCTIC WHITE 8 HOOKS Dr. Perez had served as clinician
FINISH -TWIN CANTILEVERED 69 LIMIT 2 1 LADLE for pediatric clinics at
FRAME WITH EXTRA WIDE REG. 4.29 Bradford County Health
TOE PLATES Department since 1966. A

DeMets HOLIDAY SPECIALS ., memorial fund has been
opened at the Sun Bank ill
HI-RISE ENGLISH BRACH Gainesville\ 411 North Maul
REG. Street.

20 INCH AMF BICYCLE . ,4.9,97. 39 II TOFFEE TINS CANDY FILLED 1 Alicia Survivors Perez,Include a daughter his wife Alt*,

BEAUTIFUL ASSTD.CONTAINERS cia, and two sons Guillermtf
STOCKING and Gabriel, all of Gaines'
'. 8i OZ. BAG. LIMIT c '. ville; his mother and father,
WAN( \r > oGIRL'S 7 Mr. and Mrs. Silvio Perez of
TWO- REG. 79CHIIMPACT \ Miami, and a sister, Lucille
SKATE BOARD e 88 4 .. Salts of Recite, Brazil. j j
4 HONEY HOREHOUND { ; !: "_:"' ;'t1) Funeral services were held t
DROPS Tuesday, Dec. 16, in the First
URETHANE WHEELS 3 99 C "r United, Methodist Church.
REG. 19.99 17" 6 OZ. LIMIT FOR -=-
'I' 25 INCHES LONG HEAVY 3-REG. 43e EA. Burial was In Evergreen
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES teachers and administrationfor Mrs. Gustafson
Wayne
LAWTEYby Mr.and Mrs. Ernest Grider of C.A. North. Mrs. Charles Starling and
Church of God: Sunday. the workbook : The spent the weekend with her
money
School 10 Starke on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mr.and Mrs.Marcus Jerritt children, visited their son-in-
a.m., Worship turnout for last week'smeeting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., was excellent and thechildren's Dobbs and family, and Elizabeth Carolyn Holmes was of Jacksonville spent law and daughter, Mr. and
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: performance was grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Terry hostess at a Birthday party Saturday with their adopted Mrs. Andy Harvey and son, of

p.m., YPE Friday at 7:30: p.m. outstanding.Each Arlie Dobbs.' Wayne' joined Rev. and Mrs. Jim Hall and Mr and Mrs., Hermie Kellyvisited Regina honoring her daughter af mother, Mrs. Donald Perry on Sunday afternoon.
on Saturday Wilkison, while Donald went Mr.and Mrs. Johnny Aguiarof
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday year on the last day of them on Sunday for the day. family. their sister-in-law
ternoon. There about 15 Jacksonville
were
to National Guard
School 10 a.m., Worship school before the Christmas Mrs. Robert Smith, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice Mrs. Thelma Kelly of Camp: at were Saturday
guests present. They had a Kings Bay, Ga., over the night guests of their brother
Services 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. vacation, the children have Tom Whaley and their were Tuesday evening dinner Gainesville on Monday. cookout and served ice
cream weekend. and sister-in-law Mr. and
,
.,: Prayer Meeting Wednesday at had afternoon parties. This mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson guests of their son and Wayne Massey visited his and cake afterwards. Mrs. Pierce Crews, and Mrs. Truman Norman.
7 p.m. year the parties will be ,went to Palatka Thursdayto daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
sister-in-law, Mrs. Edward
Jack Wainwright and of and
son, Mrs. W.F. Atwood, visited her Mr. Mrs. J.F. Robert
Faith Baptist: Radio replaced by a visit from Santato visit her son-in-law and Phil Eunice of Graham.Mr. Lee Massey, in Alachua Tallahassee the
spent mother, Mrs. Onie Thornton, son spent Sunday with their
Program over WPXE Starke each room. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil and Mrs. Jack Estes of General Hospital, Gainesvilleon weekend with his mother son-in-law
in and
St. Vincents Hospital, daughter, Mr.
8 Bible School School Griffis. and Mrs. Maines
Sunday a.m. 10 will be dismissed at Brunswick, Ga. were Wednesday.
Mrs. Truby Wainwright, Jacksonville and Mrs. C.K. Cowan of
on Saturday
a.m., Worship Services 11 the regular time, 3:20: on Griffis and children. Mr. Saturday dinner guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thorntonand recently. afternoon. Jacksonville.
a.m.' and 7:30: p.m., Prayer Friday, December 19. School Griffis just returned home and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. family of Jacksonvillewere Mr. and Mrs. Cecil An- Mrs. Edith Swinney '
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 will begin after the from Putnam Memorial Mr. and Mrs. spent SERVICEMEN :
: p.m. holidayson Wayne Saturday dinner guestsof derson and family of McAlpin, Sunday with her soninlawand
Bible Study. Tuesday, January 6, 1976. Hospital, Palatka on Tuesday. Massey and girls, and Father Mr. and Mrs Barry Watts Wm C. Anderson, and Mr. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Seaman Griffis
Grace United Methodist: Bill Dorman of Winter A.E. Massey, visited his son, and Lee.Clarence .
Barry Mrs. David Bricker of Live S.L. Swindell and family of Nov. 26 Coast Guard Seaman
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. PERSONALS Garden was a Saturday dinner Spurgeon Massey, in St. Cannon of Oak Miss Mary Ann Lyons Jacksonville. While there they Apprentice Gerald E.
-Worship Services 11 a.m. and Leroy Lovett of Jackson guest of his uncle and aunt, Vincents Hospital Jacksonville visited his Griffis
aunt, and Denise, Miss Irita took her to see their new homein son of Mr. and Mrs:
7 p.m. Choir Practice 7 p.m. ville was a Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Jacksonville, on Thursday Mrs. Loca Raulerson on Crawford of Starke, Miss San Jose. Gerald E. Griffis of Route 1,
and United Methodist guest of Mr and Mrs. Harold Friends of Mrs. O.J. Phillips night. Saturday morning. Dorothy Swanbom, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Waters Camp .Blanding, Starke Is
,Fellowship 8 p.m. Wednesday. Eunice.Mr. regret to learn that she is a Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Mr.: and Mrs. Wayne Darlene Norman and sons of attended a Blue Grass Con- embarked on a weather patrol
Highland Baptist: Sunday and Mrs. Joey Crewsare patient in Bradford County Walters of Feasterville, Penn. Massey were host for a family Lawtey, were Sunday dinner vention Friday night and aboard the Coast Guard
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- the proud parents of a Hospital. Our prayers are spent a week, Dec. 6 12,.with get together to celebrate guests of Mrs. Elsie Norman. Saturday at Orlando. Cutler Roger B. Taney, home-
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. little girl, Charity Ann, born with her. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts and their daughter, Virginia's 9th Bill, Keith, and Butch Mrs. Wayne Hardee and ported at Norfolk, Va.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Dec. 1, in Shands Hospital, Mrs. Joyce Futch of Starke Barry Lee. birthday on Saturday night. Taylor of Hanover Ind. visited children spent Wednesdaywith lie and his shipmates are
7 p.m. Gainesville. Grandmothersare returned to her home in Mrs. Loca Raulerson visited They served ice cream and their brother-in-law and her parents Mr. and manning Ocean Weather Station -
Northside Baptist: Sunday Mrs. Ida Wheeler and Blackshear, Ga. on Friday.Mr. her two uncles, Dolph and cake. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mrs. Fred Carter of Clay Hill. Hotel, the only U.S. wea-
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Mrs. Annie M. Crews. and Mrs. W.M. Douglasof Truby Griffis, and aunt, Miss Mr.and Mrs.Chuck Phillipsand Lock, and family on Saturday Mrs. Paul Griffis of ther station of its kind located
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Friends of Mrs. Onie Miami spent a few days Dot Griffis of Satsuma on mother, Mrs. Fannie night. Keystone Heights was' a 200( ) miles east of the Virginia
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Thornton, sister of Mrs. with their cousins, Mr. and Saturday afternoon. Rosier of Jacksonville, visited Mrs. Edith Swinney spent Sunday afternoon guest of her Capes.They will provide early
7 p.m. Pierce Crews, regret to learn Mrs. Oscar Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Charley their in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Friday night with the C.A. sister-in-law Mrs. C.R. Crews. warning of storms
that she is a surgical patient in Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hall Mosley and family of Jim Rosier, on Sunday af North and S.L. Swindell Roy Griffis of Plant City A 1974 graduate of Bradford
SCHOOL NEWS St. Vincents Hospital, and daughter, of Naples, were Highland were Sunday dinner' ternoon.Mr. children of Jacksonville while ''was a Sunday dinner guest of High School, Starke, Griffis
special thank you is extended Jacksonville. Our prayers. are Friday overnite guests of their guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulley their parents attended a birth Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. joined the Coasl Guard in
to the PTA from the with her. brother and sister-in-law, and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. and aunt
visited their uncle day celebration honoring Mr. Mrs. Ola Starling and Mr. Seplember 1974.

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Terry A, Reedy
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t SAFER

ti MyKr4 CHRISTMAS


f L I Ir A house TREES fire on Christmas

Day 1 Who needs it? But what
can you do to prevent it?

t Part of the answer Is to usea Andy Baldree Commended
Christmas tree treated witha
fire retardant. If you cut

your own tree, drench the Charles Andy Baldree, Jr with Future Farmers of
M needles, while they are fresh, of Starke, State Forestry America.In .
with a solution of high-grade Award winner was recentlycongratulate
fertilizer (one on his conservation his prize-winning project,
pound of 21-53-0() crystals per efforts by Baldree planted 30,000 slash

gallon of water), Representative Don Fuqua at pin seedlings gum farmed
The entire cast and from the Congressman's 1,000 turpentine faces,
scenes play. I Don't waste your effort selectively harvested 20
Gainesville office. At is
right
i trying to fireproof a tree that acres, and prepared 40 acresof
M has been cut for some time, Paul Hutchins, Agribusiness land for planting. lie also
since a dead or brittle tree will Education teacher and FFA constructed
Paul 15 miles of
Revere Rides
Advisor at Bradford High
AgainOn not abosrb water or School. firebreaks, burned 370 acres
chemicals.Or by prescription, produced 50

Middle School Stage if you buy a cut tree: look' The award is presented cords of pulpwood, 16 cords of
fuelwood, 175 fence posts, and
for a label reading, "FLAME annually by SCL-L &: N
RETARDANT." This means Family Lines in cooperation 23 barrels of crude gum

The200th anniversary of the that the tree was treated effectively -
Julia Griffis, whom he The play depicted the ride of '
birth of our nation was when cut. Pick out a
commemorated Friday Dec. described teacher" as a "fantastic Paul Revere to Lexington to tree with fresh, supple 1EG;( LIirCGC'' ) ,
the colonists and
5 at the Bradford Middle warn leading branches; be sure it doesn't [
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patriots such as Sam Adams I 7I (jJ l ':
with the
School
presentationof shed its needles when
The cast consisting of 14 and John Hancock that the you 1
"Paul Revere Rider of actors, worked hard shake it. .r
very British soldiers were about to by Nell Crawford %
Lexington. during the past five weeks to attack the American colonies. Any natural Christmas tree 4. -
The play was presented by insure the success of the play. Revere pleads with Hancock should be kept fresh as long as
the 8B Green Group under the They spent many days duringthe and Adams to escape before possible. As soon as you get it, Saturday, Dec. 13, was a On behalf of the bass master
direction of Timothy Thrift, a. past month practicing the the British soldiers arrive but saw off the butt at an angle to beautiful day on the t>t. Johns club I would like to congratulate -
student teaching intern in play after school and Hancock is reluctant. He feels expose plenty of sapwood, and River. the two. I think Earl fin-
social studies under Mrs. preparing the set. that it is his duty to stay and, keep the cut end completely Fishing was not that good ally got his point across about
I t. immersed in clean water as for the bassmasters. Deep Creek north of Palatka.
Tommy O'Brien and I fished After five tournaments
we
long as you keep the tree. If
fight beside the brave men of Narrator Virginia you don't plan to set the tree together and talked to several find the top ten bassmastersas

Point of view . Lexington.The Crawford; Paul Revere Chub up immediately, keep it still fished bass all fishermen week unable who to find had follows: R.F. Bryant, H.F.
Earl Muse, Jody
Johnson; Robert Newman standing in water in a cool,
play was complete with Ray Hillman; Joshua Bentley shaded place until you're the bass biting.December Staring, Pat Welch, Harold
is so-called
sound effects such as a Branham Julian McRae Neil
gunshots Thomas Thomas ready to bring it indoors and
Barry
;
Revenue NeededJust clock chiming, etc. The Richardson Roberts decorate it. "off" month for bass fishing, Crawford, Charles Durkee
Byron ;
Sharing actors were dressed to depictthe but in January, February and and W.T. Smith.
Moore Dirk Sch--
Sergeant -
1775 colonial life style. It midt; Reverend Jonas Clark Keep your tree away from March things will be in full The best fishing months are
seemed as if time had been Denny George John Hancock heaters, TV sets, fireplaces, swing.If still ahead, so you ca n look out
;
turned back 200 years and one and other heat sources. This you have a hankering to come January, February and
David Fussell Samuel
when cities and counties county's budget, and county finances ; tangle with jaws, just get
were was really there looking on as Martin will keep the leaves as fresh your March.
Adams
getting used to receiving those federal would be seriously hurt by their with- Paul Revere made his historic William Dawes- Tony Al Chapman;; and moist as possible. tackle in shape and fish the We are sorry that H.F.
shallows beginning in late
revenue sharing funds, many public drawal. ride. Dolly Quincy Betsy Yawn; Don't use decorations with January through May. Wiggins had to miss the
officials are now worried over the Aunt Lydea Hancock Beth hot lights, insulation tournament due to sudden ill-
According to Mr. Thrift, the poor Those hawgs should go on
possibility of losing them. The same thing might be said of city play could not possibly have Patray; Dr. Samuel Prescott exposed wires, or broken light bed in mid February, might ness. Mr. Wiggins is in the
government, and the fight to have been successful. without the Johnny Bell; Major Mitchell sockets. even be earlier if this warm Alachua General Hospital
Congress is moving more slowly than the act cooperation and Clay Knight. weather continues.At where he had an emergency
Congress renew revenue sharing en- Christmas is a good time to operation. he is little
Says a
expected on the proposed $39.85 billion has become priority No. 1 of the couragement the of the teachersof Musical effects were ren- buy a special present for your 9:30: a.m. all bassmasterswere sore on one side but has plansto
8B
measure which would funnel revenue National League of Cities. Mrs. teaching team. To dered by Sherry Gohagan, whole family a good fire off to their favorite hawg overtake Mr. Bryant at the
hole. The wind blowin
Peggy began to
sharing funds on a population basis backto Mrs.Jeanne Looer.Stanwix-Hay Mrs.: Judv, Cathy Schoening, Betsy extinguisher. It may sould mid morning and continued January tournament.I .
cities and counties for another five Yawn, Lori Blakewood, Ruth bed but it's a good way to tell
Congressman Fuqua expressed hopeat Clark, and particularly Mrs Hall Dirk family that you love through the day. see Don Brown is sportinga
and three-quarters years. Otherwise, the hearing that the program wouldbe Julia Griffis, Mr Thrift and Schmidt. Beth your them. At 5:30: p.m. all bassmastershad new Ranger bass rig with a
the funds will cease to flow next spring.If re-enacted by next July, with some the entire SB section would Patray.Cathy Ricky Grider McSpaddenand returned to the landingand Merc. 115 h.p. Don says he has
like to express their sincerest SEEDLING were ready to weigh in. plans to move Into the top ten ,
needed reforms. These would include 7
this should happen, it would triggera thanks. PACKET SALE After all boats weighed in, in January. Look out hawgs.On .
doing away with certain "penalties" Tina 'Norman, Jimmy The Division of Forestry's Earl "Hard Luck" Muse was behalf of the Bradford
financial crisis for many city and against states, such as Florida and four Members of the cast were as Tomlinson and George Roller annual seedling packet sale is the winner. Bryant was Bassmasters, I would like to

nation governments. All over the others that do not have a' state incometax follows: worked behind the scenes.; .scheduled for January 10. second and Charles Durkee wish each of you a happy holiday -
:thousands of policemen, firemen, and receive less Present plans call for redbud landed the largest bass. season and may 1976 be
now revenue-
recreation, and sanitation workers are dogwood, red maple, and To top it off Earl fished packed with good health and
sharing dollars as a result of the smaller Chinese tallow trees in each
alone in his boat did
being paid out of revenue sharing funds, as R.F. happiness. Merry Christmas.
amount of taxes paid capita. packet.
per
which now comprise as much as ten per County Agents By I .
cent or more of some city and More news on this in the
county
Another needed reform would be 1'
next few weeks.Local .
Bobby/ .
budgets.At elimination of the "penalty" against Notebook ,L/

a "grassroots" hearing held by cities, such as Starke, that own Taylor ; Q.Whycan'tFPL
'Congressman Don Fuqua recently at the municipal utility, systems and divert :1"I Talent

courthouse in Starke to sample opinion some of their profits to local govern- d ,

from area officials, the message came ment, thus lowering property taxes. Needed For
through loud and clear in favor of more I have gotten several calls Place at least one inch of
revenue sharing funds, with fewer this past week about how to pea-size gravel in the bottomof absorb the
Cities with
municipally-owned plants make a terrarium and what the container. Terrariumsare Wagon TrainLocal
restrictions on how they are spent. are now prohibited from classifying such type of plants to use in making easy to overwater and

monies as taxes in computing their local some provision must be madeto
County Clerk Gib Brown, for instance, tax revenues on which revenue sharing one.What is a terrarium, some take care of excess water. talent Is needed to fuel adjustmentcosts

'stressed the need for revenue sharing to is based. Rep. Fuqua favors allowing of you might be wondering. A Excess the water filters down into perform the state's at the Bi-Centennial encampmentof
gravel and remains thereto
help finance programs that are man- utility transfers to be counted as taxes terrarium is a miniature serve as a reservoir. Wagon Train which will pass
dated, but not funded, by the State. for revenue sharing, and this change either garden a enclosed round in glass, through Bradford County Feb. ?
the items glass globe, After the gravel is in place 12 and for
Among mentioned were the would mean many more revenue sharing aquarium, largemouth bottle, camp the night at
cover it with from three to
increasing cost of maintaining some 250 dollars for Stai ke. large stemmed glass or four inches of a good organicsoil Graham..
miles of graded roads and secondary another type of clear glass mixture. A mixture of one The Bradford County Bi- The price of fuel oil has,

paved roads, and the proposal of the As expressed bye,Gainesville's city container. part by volume of peat to one Centennial Committee is A skyrocketed to a point

State to make the county responsible for manager at the hearingr'The; beauty of Terrariums are ideal for part sandy soil is ideal. To this responsible for providing .
maintenance of 54 miles of primary revenue sharing is that local people growing plants under adverse mixture add and mix one ehtertainment to go along where it now costs FPL

roads in the county that are now decide the best use for their money." conditions. They produce teaspoon of 6-6-6 fertilizer for with the Bi-Centennial theme three times what it did in 1972. The
two of soil.
artificially a more or less every quarts When for an hour that night at the
maintained by the State. Revenue sharing, in effect, brings "home ideal atmosphere for growing you place the soil mixture in encampment, according to average cost day has risen from
rule" to the expenditure of tax moneys. numerous plants that could the container, you can level it Mrs. Carol Shields, chairmanof per
Brown said that revenue sharing That is democracy m action where. it not stand the normally dry if it is to be seen from all sidesor the wagon train activities $334,000 to over $1,000,000. The
funds now comprise 8.8 per cent of the counts. atmosphere of the average form it Into slopes, for the county.
home. The glass enclosurealso depressions 'and various cost of fuel now comprises 59% of

protects delicate foliage, shapes if it is to be seen Auditions for the Feb. 12 total "
brittle stems and leaves that mainly from one side. performance will be held Jan. our operating costs.

could be difficult to grow in IS, Mrs. Shields says. Per- To give a clearer idea of
I You use of the you
Russia and Angola the open, even if the. humidity may any formers are asked to phone
following plants such
was maintained. african violets, caladium as, the Bradford County what these figures mean, the price we

Terrariums are simple to creeping fig, English ivy, up Telegraph to audition.at 964-6305 to sign paid for fuel oil last year was 31/
make and
set and
The Soviet campaign to convert This Communist assistance has so far up once cryptanthus Hoya ,
established, they are easy to peperomia, philodendron times greater than our payroll
Angola into an African "client state" is enabled the MPLA to stand off the maintain and will thrive for scandens snake plant, The talent can by any Individual -
not the first time Russia has interfered attacks of the opposing forces, and long periods with minimumcare. selaginella, and pothos. or group that has an expense and more than three times

militarily in the affairs of black Africa. actually make advances in some areas. act or music that goes along our total net income for the
Set the plants at the same with the Bi-Centennial theme, same
The Russian game seems to be to supplythe The type of container you depth they according to Mrs. Shields.
But today, the Soviet's Angola moveis MPLA with assistance long enoughso select for the terrarium will the wild, garden were or growing pot. in year. That's why there's the fuel
much more likely to succeed than their be governed by several fac
that it is eventually recognized by the
adjustment charge electric
on
tors. First, choose
past efforts in that area, unless the stra- world as the "legitimate government" of suitable to the room where, one it A glass cover is a must for The plants will survive for your

tegy is confronted by effective Western Angola which can then enter any arrangement .will be used. One not adaptedto most terrariums. It helps to The long periods without fertilizer. bill. However, we don't keep one cent

I counteraction.The with the Soviets that it. a certain situation becauseof keep the humidity up and object should be to keep of that it all )'
shape or size will lose its prevents the terrarium from the plants healthy but growing money, goes to help pay

strategic stakes are also far pleases. effectiveness. Second, select should drying not out be too fastened rapidly.) too It slowly vation, just diet.short A terrarium of a star- the fuel bill. We don't like paying

greater. Angola has a long seacoast in your container for ease of
West Africa, and if the Sovietbackedforces What now remains to be seen is what planting. Remember, the securely: direct should sunlight be kept away the from that much money for fuel any more
manner of leverage the U.S.,will bring to smaller the'' opening in the as plants
win the current civil grown in terrariums than do.We're
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I BHS Ca ers Give Coach Sexton His lOOth Win I' "fiiIJ'I I


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The Bradford High varsity Moving to a 17-6 lead in the getting every one of his It put the Tornadoes 2-1 on games Tornado cagers went hit a cold spell and stood at was also tight enough In the
cagers easily defeated first quarter on three bucketsby players into the contest. The the young season. 72-41 past Palatka South' in five points for several beginning 01 each half to give
Palatka South Braves 72-41 to Kenny Hampton and three Tornadoes led at the'half 34- The Braves lost their fourth Palatka last Friday, Dec. 12; minutes. BHS a comfortable lead. For-
win their first game of theseason buckets and a charity toss by straight game of the season. then came home Tuesday BHS led 28-17 at the half and est had trouble getting the ball ,
and presented Coach Wayne Berry the Tornadoeswere 18.Margin in the third'stanzawas night Dec. 16, to go 69-60 by 55-35 after the third period. inside. ,
Mike Sexton with his 100thictary never headed in the increased to 50-29 as SCOT By Quartern Ocala Forest. Friday's win The Tornadoes shot 40 per- Wayne Berry} led Tornado
\ as head man of the game. Alfred Ross chipped in two Bradford High 17 17 16 91-41 73Palatka was Coach Sexton's 100th. and cent from the floor in the first rebounding with 19, Willis
fouth 6 12 11 11-
Tornadoes on Friday night, The second chapter was no field goals and a free throw.In Tuesdays victory evened the half, a 14 for 35 performance.They Berry had 14, Alfred Ross 13,
December IX in Palatka. different as Sexton started the first three minutes of Bradford Might Aldrldge lit. season mark to date. increased their accuracy and Milton Baker 8. Willis
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the final period the Braves Hampton 5 0 10, Bright 1.0.2, Wlllla The Tornado five put Forestin to 50 percent in the Berry also had nine assists
chopped the margin down to Baker Berry 2 30.6.0.. Moody Rots Sill 204,,Godwin Carter 0.1.1 10 2.1, the hole 18-6 in the first second half, hitting 28 of 56 credited to him, and Alfred
55-40 as they outscored the Best 1.1.3. Wayne Berry 10323. Totals period with a balanced field goal attempts for the Ross four.
d Tornadoes 115. But BHS got 32 172. scoring attack led by Milton game.. Baker led BHS with 24
hot in the final five minutes of Palatka. South! Mitchell 3.3*, Gartin Baker's eight points. Baskets points, Willis Berry had 13 Score By QuarternBHS
2 6 10, Appling 10 2. Swagoerty 304, AlfredRoss : 1. 10 27 14-69
the game and coasted to its Williams..., Deering 3.7.Story 1 I 13. were added by Kenny Wayne Berry 12, and Of 6 13 16 25-40
first win of the season, 7241. Totals 12.17.41. Hampton, Willis Berry, and 30.Andy.
and Ed INS Baker *624, Wayne Berry 6 0-
Wayne Berry with a hot Freddie Aldredge. Forest Harshman .
Ron 4 2 10, Wllllt Berry S 3 13,
12
hand led the Tornadoes with could never overcome the dis- Raines each had 14 points for Moody 104,Hampton- 2 0..,Aldradge 0- Gerry White ((5)) attempts a
23 points. Alfred Ross with 11 Using an aggressive, tight advantage. Although the lead Forest, and Ray Williams 12. 2 2. Total 21.13 69. shot at P.K. Yonge as the Blue
and Kenny Hampton with 10 zone defense Bradford High was narrowed to six points in The aggressive BHS defense OUt Harthman 54.14, Ralnel TO.14, Waves Tracey Fits ,((33)) and
forced Forest turnovers. It Wllllami. 3612 Hewett 2 0.,Moon 044, David Hope ((41))try figure
markers, were the only Tor- cagers evened their season the final minutes, the outcome a
Hlrch)226 Guy 14 1 6. Total 20 20 60.
nadoes to hit in double figures. mark at 2.2 and gave Coach Tuesday night was never in way to stop him.
Keith Gartin was the high Mike Sexton his 101st basket- doubt.
point man for Palatka South ball victory at BHS in action The game deteriorated intoa
with 10 points and Jerry Mit- this past week. rough and tumble affair in BHS In Holiday Tourney I
chell had nine. Leading all the way in both the final period in which BHS -

The Bradford High Tornado mention in the 4A poll which because of Ocala Forest being
Q+ Tornado 2 basketball team will partici- was released on Monday,Dec. in the football playoffs the
Baby Cagers Split pate in the four-team Ocala 15.Winners opening games have been
Forest Booster Club Classic to of the two games moved back to Thursday
be held Thursday, December Thursday night will meet in night.
r1 Beat Palatka Bow To ForestThe 18 and Saturday, December the championship game Sat The Ocala Forest gymnasIum -
1 20,' at Forest High School urday night. The losers will is located by turning left
gymnasium. meet in the first game for consolation off US-301 in Ocala onto Silver
Baby Tornadoes of Brad- 8HI. Lock 102 Williams 102 Wl|. Dommon and Cummings led Opening game features the honors. Springs Boulevard, then
.
6u"er ford High broke even in two son S 1.11., Ricks 1.1.3. Cummings 4.19.1 the Tornadoes with 11 points Bradford High Tornadoes taking The tournament was origin turning right at Morrison'sCafeteria.
games winning the first game ROSS 4 I 9. Totals 16..36. each. Neeley was high scorer on the undefeated Fernan- ally scheduled to start on It is two blocks to
of the season over Palatka for the Braves with twelve dina Beach Pirates at 7 p.m. Friday, December 19, but Forest High School.
-HY South 41-38 on Friday night, Coming from behind in the points. tonight (Thursday, Dec. 19)).
i December 12, at Palatka and second half the Bradford High The second game at 8:30: p.m.
on Tuesday night, December junior varsity basketballers Score by Quarters: features host Forest against Santa Says. IIIO.HOHO AGE
16, lost a closely fought con- under Coach Reddy Cox won BUS 8 10 5 18-41 Spruce Creek of Volusla
test to the Ocala Forest Wild- their first game of the seasonin PS 10 7 10 11-38 County. WT lS
cats 41-36 in Starke.A the second half to defeat the j
scrappy bunch of Baby Palatka South JV 41-38 on Fri- BUS: Lock 1-1-3,Williams 4. Fernandina Beach knocked .)
Tornadoes battled all the way day night, December 12. 0-8, Bass 2-0-4, Dommon 3-5- Bishop Kenny of Jacksonvilleout < **+ r l
c Tuesday night in a losing The Tornadoes moved to a 3- 11,Ricks 1-0-2, Cummings 3-5- of the ranks of the un- What A Saving!
cause with Ocala Forest but 0 lead on a free-throw and bas- 11, Ross 102. Totals 151141. defeated last Friday, Dec. 12, 4
could never overcome their ket by Anthony Dommon Palatka South: Brown 3-1-7, 52-40 in an exciting game
first half mistakes and turn- before the Braves, on three Davis 0-2-2, Sessions 3-4-19, played in Jacksonville. The
overs. baskets by Gerald Smith, Montague 0-1-1, Smith 1-0-2, Pirates feature 6'7" Kris An- <&fOnA21"TORO
The Wildcats led 8-6 after Larry Sessions, and Lorenzo Batts 2-0-4, Neeley 6012. derson, tower of strength 'i6! V2
the first period but were down Batts,put the Braves ahead 6-' Totals 15838. under the boards and the fine
19-10 at the half,29-20 after the 3. The Braves held on for a shooting of James Henderson.
third period, and lost the narrow 10-8. first quarter mar Bret & ''Jerry'sLoses Fernandina Beach is currently \
game 41-36 to the undefeated gin.Sparked ranked number six in
Photos by Charles Francis Wildcats. by two buckets by 3A circles in Florida.
Scrambling all the way, the Rowland Cummings the Tornadoes PlayOffGAINESVILLE GRASS MASTER
Alfred Ross (20)) BUS trying to shoot over Chris Belton ((20)) Baby Tornado cagers cut a 12 took an 18-17 lead into The Tornadoes,who seem to
and Larry Deering ((40)) of Palatka South In game won by point deficit to four points in the dressing room at halftime. The improve with every game, ',Self Propeled -'High Torque
BUS. the second half, but just could The third quarter saw the Gainesville Fire DepartmentMen's will try to use their all-court
never catch the Wildcats. Braves come back to grab the Flag Football team press to keep the ball away Engine Rear Bagging Model
a& & a a& & "We came close," said lead 27-23 with Teddy Brown easily defeated Bret and from the taller Pirates. They
8S Coach Reddy Cox of his JV leading the way with two field Jerry's champions of the Cityof take a two-two record into the Save $5000 Mode' < '1oOff On All cagers who now have a 1-3 goals and a free throw. Starke Recreation Dept. tournament. Now $t)4n95
ft) |, season record. The final quarter saw the League 40-12 on Wednesday, Ocala Forest has been Reg. 299.95
I Jerome Wilson led BHS with Tornadoes break a 36-36 tie on December 10, here.
with four of their
&L 10 Tackle. handicapped
Fishing 11 points. Rowland Cummingsand a free throw by Rowland John Watson passed to two starters
including -
players
4f9 Cummings with 2:08: to play on and Bill
Ben Ross each added nine Sandy Grayson
with the
Thru Christmas Eve : points. the contest. Greg Williams, on Ratliff for the touchdowns for still football defendingstate team Select
a five foot jump shot, and Bret and Jerry's. champion Living
Jim Hudson led Forest with who defend that title on Fri-
Anthony Dommon on a driving -
(9
2 Slim's Fish 'N' Stuff 19 points.He also aided Forest layup, made it 41-36 in day night at Delray Beach.
with his ball handling abilityin favor of the Tornadoes. The Wildcat basketball team Holiday ColorPOINSErtTIAS!
It 473-4357 Keystone Hgts. & breaking the BHS press._ William Neeley hit a basket : I. also has a two-two record.
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'" a9 "'a& &"' 9aq, "'a& &.' BHS 6 4 10 14-36 win of the season 41-38 over year And
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I Tigers Drop Heart Breakers 51-50, Newberry..... -, 61. -51 To PKY .


dropped The Union a closely High Fought Tigers nighiDec.,13,61.51andlosta 51-50 Tuesday night, Dec. 16, Ralph Williams hit two baskets for the basket. He was fouled forth during most of the fast after the first period 22-21 at Perry was the leading point
test to P.K. Yonge Saturday con heartbreaker to the 10th- at Lake Butler. apiece to pace the Tigersto :by Tim McGill with five paced action. UC led 12-10 the half but PKY had a 39-38 getter In the ball ame for the
ranked Newberry Panthers In probably the finest game a 26-23 halftime lead. seconds remaining in thi' SCORB VOUARTCH1 advantage after the third Tigers with 25-points to bring
& 9 & &W 9 & the union County Tigers have In the third quarter UHS game. PKY 10 11 II 23- 61 period. his season total to 97 points..
played this season, they had leads of five and six pointsas Perry was once again the UHS 12 10 16 13-S1
1 dropped a heartbreaker to the Perry had another hot big for the .
AUTO gun Tigers with 24 UHS Holmes 204 Porry 11 3 25, O
i71fi s filrn | tenth ranked Newberry Pan- quarter with three field goals. points and hit on the only two White 306,Wllllami 204, McGill 102.
thers 51-50 as Bobby Green At one point they led 3630. free throws the Tigers scored 51.P.Whit I 1.0 2,Jackson 401.Totals. 24 3PKV Tiger JV Loses 2 Leads,
WL.IWIJLICl.SALES:. !sunk the first of two free, Newberry fought back and in the contest. Williams was ,
throws with five seconds to tied the game 40-40 at the end the only other man in double HnllMrom' Edward 91 19,pin 4210 11 0 82 Hogan,Hope 022 241.,
i 473-4470 ; :'473.4078 t play in the game. of the third quarter on a 10- figures for the Tigers with 10 Totals Bows To PKY
foot jumper by Marvin points: Newberry;
Newberry moved out to a 4-0
4 Takes ThisOpportunity = lead in the opening momentsof Buchannon. Score by Ou rt.rsN.wb.rry 269.61.&I .
Perry hit on five field goalsin 12 11 17 11-51 the for
the exciting contest on bas UHS The Baby Tigers of UIIS lost were scoring punch
12 14
the final period, his last one 14 10-50
ft! kets by Freddie Scott and another closely fought one- P.K. Y onge.
coming with 2:45 in
To Alvin Robinson. Sam Jackson : remaining .N.wberr"'RoblnlOn, 204, Buchannon point game to the Baby Blue
e converted a bucket for the the game putting the Tigersin <.5 17. ,Martin' 1. 0 2,Green 21-5, Scott 7. Waves of P.K. Yonge 39-38 on score QUARTERS
front 5 IV Total 20
5046. Buchannon then 11 51
and then the Panthers December PKY 9 10 14 6-39
Tigers UHSt Holmes 3 0 6, Perry 11 2 24 G. Saturday night 13 .
hit on two free throws with UHS 9 9 6 '14 38
Wish Each OfYouAt moved an 8-4 lead. For the remainder 2:35 remaining and Scott tied Whit, 306.Wllllamt. S 0.10,Jackson 2 0. in Gainesville.The P.K.YONGE Stitch 1 0 i. Bunk 3.1 7,
4 Totals 24 2 50 ,
of the period three game was closely'fought Quantana 2.1.5.Lit 102.MeCroa 60"
the two free throws
baskets by sophomore Boyzie game on Tiger Coach Jimmy Tho- throughout the entire Adamson, 4 110 Macau lay 011 1. Total.
with 1:26 to
J Very Merry Perry helped the Tigers tie the : play. mas said "We had two turn- contest. The teams were tied 17519UHS
t Panthers at the end of the first The Tigers had the ball and overs in the last few minutes at 9-9 after one quarter of play Jackson 1.1 3, Smith 14.10,
quarter 1212. decided to go for one shot but which hurt us as we played a with Jesse Blount leading the Pringle 1 01.Stoutamlr Oil, Dukes 3
** Christmas., ftWe In the second quarter Perry with 45 seconds to play New- good game overall." Tigers in this period with 0 638 6,.Blount 6 J 14.Webb.I 0 J,Total IS
got two baskets and two free berry stole the ball and stalled UHS now has won one. game 7 three field goals.In .
.... throws and Alfred Holmes and until Green started to driveSm.ttOrl.ri. and lost four.GAINESVILLE. Xni the second chapter in the
IM# dN ,65:1 see-saw contest the Blue
Alt + The Union County High
With
a
4 pp Waves grabbed a one-point School JV Tigers were
full-court used
press during halftime lead 19-18 with Ed defeated
4 in two close
games
most of the final period P.K.
t aa I' Smith with a field goal and after leading both at the half.
ItII a Yonge Blue Wave came from
two free throws keeping the .
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behind to defeat the Union '
in the
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County Tigers 61-51 in a closer ,..
Dlscing The third to
period belonged
4II r 6 game than the score indicated night, Dec. 13, and to New-
the Blue Waves with
Back I Saturday, December 13, here. Bojzle Perry ((4) of UHS sharp- berry Panthers 49-37 Tuesday
Mowing 6. shooter Bill
> For a little over three- goes up for a shot at the basket McCrea findingthe night. Dec. 16, in Lake Butler.On .
Edwards range fcr three field goalsto Tuesday night the UHS
guarded by Jerry
quarters it was a nip and tuck lead
them to lead
a 33-24 at JV was defeated with a rally
of P.K.
4 game that seesawed back and ((14)) Yonge.
... the three-quarter mark in the by the undefeated Newberry
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k4 DeWitt field goal'effort with another sparked three the half to win going away.

tII MARTIN C. Jones Tigers in a comeback' in the UHS JV I is now 1-4 and does
JIMMY
964-5230 final chapter that nearly not play until after the holiday
pulled the game out with P.K. break. Newberry won their
Funeral Home Yonge winning finally 3938. sixth straight' JV game of.the
Blount was high scorer for season.
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Have The. SPANISH MOSS IS A THIEF! the Baby Tigers with 14pointsand
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.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NOTICEI
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I will not be responsible for Thursday before! publication.

by Becky Glebelg News FLORIDA, IN AND FOR debts made by anyone other Minimum l'harge$2.0o(
than myself.
BRADFORD COUNTY
Your Extension Home Dated December 15, 1975.WJ.Lee. (Cow It Words)
Each: word over 1$$
EconomistQUESTION & By Elisabeth Given; Walker CIVIL ACTION* 10 cents
CASE No.75366In lip 12/18
SCHOOL NEWS Davis pastor. Weekly services
--------------
: Is cold water Bradford County studentsand begin Wednesday night with All Classified Ads must be
re: The Marriage of CHARLESA. lOTICETO DEBTORS
eally good for washing paid for In advance unless youhllve'
teachers will begin Prayer Meeting and Bible DENT, husband, and BERTIE AND CREDITORS
:lothes? I use a cold water an established account
combined. Church
Christmas holidays Monday, Class HELEN JONES DENT, Wife. 'All having claims or
but the clothes persona with the Telegraph In that
Jetergent just
be services
Dec. 22. All schools will School will terminate
the Estate of
don't seem to be getting clean. demands against event SO cents extra charge
closed. Teachers will return
(Mrs B.L.ANSWER.) Monday Jan. 5 and students for Ebenezer Sunday. weekly services NOTICE OF SUIT- Eva Rlgdon Gentry, late of for billing./ Not responsible for
,
,
NO PROPERTYTo
Bibb Georgia,
Macon, County,
: : Even manu- errors when given over the
return Jan. 6. Monday with
Tuesday, begin Thursday night
deceased, must file same Ih the
facturers of cold water deter- will be for and Bible phone or when copy is not
a planning day Meeting
Prayer : Circuit Court of Florida, 8th
gent recommend washing typed and brought to the of-
teachers without students.ANNIVERSARY Study combined. Sunday ser-
Dent
Bertie Helen Jones
clothes in water no colder than Judicial Circuit, in and for Brad- .
with Church
70 degrees F. for manmade vices begin c/o Eugene Wyman, ford County, within six calendar
School at 9:30.: Morning Ser- Ault Rd., months from the date of the first
fibers. Cottons still need to be
Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Chambers at
viceat II. Evening Worship Signal Mountain, Tenn:
notice.
publication of this
washed in at least 110 degreesF. of Highway 301, South, 6:30.: Visitors always welcome Uce.r
37377 This 11th day of December,
,
water but all clothes can be will celebrate their wedding FOR SAlE )
1975.
rinsed in colder water.
I,oJ yr' anniversary on December 23. Pleasant Grove and Mt. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED

"t QUESTION: Recently I We wish for them many more Morlah United Methodist Parish that an action for Dissolution of Vida Jean G. Beall,
happy anniversaries. Rev. Willie Stitt pastor. Marriage has been filed againstyou Executrix
tried to return a blouse to a Pleasant Grove services begin Bertie Helen Jones Dent FOR SALE: 12x64 Artcraft
well known department store 12/184tchg 1/8 mobile home, partially fur-
CIIURCII NEWS with Junior Choir rehearsal
and you are required to serve a
refund ------------ unfurnished.
would not --
but my nished
.. they St. Johns Missionary Baptist each first and, second Mon- copy of your written defenses, if or
money because I didn't have Church, Lawtey, Rev. Willie day, 7:30: p.m. Tiny Tots any to it, on the plaintiff's at- NOTICEIn Washer dryer, air, concrete
my sales slip. I have returned Huffman Church with steps 4300. 964-8341 or Mr.
rehearsal compliance
pastor. 6 p.m. Tuesday. torney,' whose name and ad- requirements
items before without having a School, 10 a,m. with SupU 7 Wed- Imposed by Public Law Milton 964.8613.tfchg..
law Prayer Meeting, p.m. dress is Dudley P. Hardy, Esq., ... ,..
sales slip. Is there a new -------
Chris Hamilton in 86-752 contained in Section ---
charge. nesday. Bible Study, B p.m. Pierce & Hardy, P.A., P.O. as
concerning this matter? (Mrs. Worship Services, 11 a.m. and Thursday Church School 10 Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida 1.580 of the Federal Communi- FOR SALE: By owner, 3 BR, 2B

C.C.. 3 p.m each second and fourth a.m. Sunday. Afternoon ser- 32091, and file the original with cations Commission Rules, the brick home, double 'carport
ANSWER: The way the Band each application of Sanders Enter carpeted' drapes. 3
Sunday. Prayer vice, 4 p.m. the clerk of the above styled partially
store handles return purchases Wednesday, 6:30: p.m. Prayer Mt. Moriah services begin court on or before January 13, prises, Inc., John Sanders, blocks from school. Ph. 473-

is strictly voluntary. Meeting and Bible Class com- with Church School at 930.: 1976; otherwise a Judgment may President Treasurer Director 2039 after 5 p.m,, and weekends

The policy varies from storeto bined,Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. Morning Worship at Hi be entered against you for the holding 49\%% of the stock; Lee tfchg.

store. However, there are Choir Rehearsal 6:30: p,m. Mt. Pisgah AME Church, relief demanded in the complaintor ,Jenkins Sanders, Vice President ----- ---
---' several reasons for stores Thursday. Business meeting Rev. John H Farmer pastor. petition. Secretary Director holding FOR SALE T973 Honda T5,

Mrs. Arlin McKnight received a certificate of commendation requiring you to have your Sunday, Dec. 28, in conjunction Church School, 10. a.m. WITNESS my hand and the 50%% of the stock; and RichardP. excellent condition, low
sales receipt in order to returna Jahn Director mileage. .Make a fine Xmas
with service. holding
no
Idea. morning Morning Worship at 11, con
and a check for$50 in appreciation of a good seal of said Court on December
.
purchase. Many people Christmas practice, Mondayto cluding services for the day. 15, 1975. stock, dated August 7, 1975 and gift $400. Ph. 782-3619,
return a purchase to any con- Friday from 5:30: to 630.: Greater Bethlehem accepted for filing on November Lawtey. Itp

Good Ideas veniently located store that The annual Christmas pro- Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. Gilbert S. Brown 26, 1975 with the assigned file ..
-----
carries the make brand of ------ -
or will be held Tuesday number BPH-9590 by the FCC
gram Jasper Williams pastor. As Clerk of said Court
merchandise. If it is not the Dec. 23, at 7 p.m. at St.'Johns. Christmas rehearsal, Monday By: Beulah M. MoodyAs for a construction permit for a LEGALSINGS
Sometimes Pay OffMrs. store from which the purchaseis Visitors always welcome. through Wednesday night. Deputy Clerk new FM Class A Broadcast Station -

made, then in reality you New Bethel and Ebenezer Thursday night the Ladies 12/184t 118 to operate with a power of 3 AND LOAN ASSOCIA

are asking the store to pay the Baptist Churches.Rev Leroy Circle will meet at the home of KW day and night on Channel TION OF GAINESVILLE, a
Arlin McKnight, direc- sary paperwork may be eli-' retail price for the merchan- Mrs. James Prince. Friday ---, -NOTICE----UNDER------ 292A, frequency 106.3 MHZ, corporation, Plaintiff.vs. .

tor of nursing for the Bradford minated. dise which they could have night Prayer Band will meetat with studios, transmitter and a .-
County Health Department, There are 500 Medicaid purchased at the wholesale Health Advisory the home of Mrs. Allen. FICTITIOUS NAME Given LAW that 152 foot antenna to be located .7 MARY D. BROWNS CECIL E.

recently learned that some- recipients in Bradford County. price from the manufacturer.Also Church School will begin services Notice Is Hereby mile south on Highway 100 In LEACH, JR. and LINDA D.
Committee the desiring to
The certificate undersigned,
times a better Idea can pay of commendation shoplifting is on the at 9:30: Sunday, At 11 in business under the Starke. A copy of this application LEACH, his wife Defendant.
signed by Governor engage
increase. There are people and related material is on file
off.Mrs. Askew and State Personnel a.m. the Young People will fictitious name of Town House
McKnight received a who will not only steal mer- OrganizedOn conduct services. Juniors and for public inspection at the NOTICE OF SUIT -
$50 award and a certificate of Director Conley Kenmson chandise, they will actually Enterprises Apartments, a/k/a offices of Sanders Enterprises, PROPERTYToCecil
Adults will be in chargeat
received and Young T.H.E. a/k/a THE
was Monday Apartments,
commendation from the Florida commends return it to the store and ask Tuesday, December 9, 4 Inc. at the above location. Individuals : E. Leach, Jr. and
Mrs. McKnight for p.m.Greater at 922 Brownlee
Department of Adminis- for a cash refund. an organizational meeting of Allen AME Apartments who wish to advise the Unda D. Leach, his wife
"promoting efficiency econ'omy Chapel Street In the of Starke
City ,
,
tration for revising the Medi- When the merchandise is the Health Advisory Com- Heastie FCC of facts relating to this Address Unknown
and safety in state Church, Rev. R.G. Florida 32091, intends to registerthe
caid screening form used by the defective, most stores are mittee for the CUBB Christmas rehearsalsare application should file, within 30
government through
pastor said with the Clerk of
the state. state's award willing to (live a refund Economic Agency's Full Year in at the church name days comments and petitionswith YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
program. progress the Circuit Court of Bradford
The revision saves time and the item extend heldat the Federal Communications fore-
replace or Head Start Program was an action to Mortgage
paper of physicians nurses The Department of Ad- equivalent credit to the buyer. the CUBE AdministrativeOffice will this begin week.with, Sunday Church services Schoolat County, Florida... Commission, Washington, closure on the following

and clerks Mrs. McKnight ministration pays employeeswho However, if you have any in Starke. at D.C. 20554. property in Bradford County,
9:45.: Morning Worship MORTIMER B. BATES JR.
continuity ,
and
Said promotes submit labor and time doubts about the purchase, will be 12/4 Stchg 12.18IN Florida: Lot 8, Block 1, PINE-
of service to the Medicaid used the state. Mark Goldschmidt 11. The Choir'Union JOHN W. BATES .
ideas Dr. ,
saving by especially big ones, get the -------------- HAVEN SUBDIVISION, as per
held at Hope Well, 3 p.m. All GEORGE D. BATES JR.
patient. Mrs. McKnight, a 28-year stores return policy in writing. Pediatrician, of Orange Park, plat thereof recorded in Plat
Previous forms for annual members are asked to cooperate BILLY YON PEACOCK -
CIRCUIT COURT OF
veteran of the Bradford chairman of the THE
is acting
different Remember, the few weeks Book 2, Page 65, public recordsof
required a
exams form for each exam. The new Health Department, plans to, before Christmas, many committee; Dr. B. Blevins, with this activity MORTIMER B. BATES 3rd FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL Bradford County Florida, has

form will record all exams on retire Dec. 31. stores will have less ex- dental consultant, of LEEWOOD B. WOODELL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- been filed against you MARY D.

each person, so that basic information "I'm going' to pull in my perienced sales help working Jacksonville, is acting Vice- RICHARD BATES FORD COUNTY, BROWN CECIL E. LEACH, JR.

must only be shingle then, Mrs. McKnightsaid. long hours under rushed con- chairman, and Ms. Kathleen TheGainesville LONNIE MCMILLANw. and LINDA D. LEACH, his wife,

recorded once and unneces- ditions. As a result, errors are Bowers, dental secretary, Sun NORMAN MCMILLAN CASE NO.75-322 and you are required to serve

more apt to occur on sales Lake Butler, is acting 12/18 4tchg 1/8 copy of your written defenses if

Fire Strikes Ttvice slips as well as, on your billing secretary., Announces The ?____--_______ OUVER IN RE: The LINK Marriage, JR., Husband.of SAM any to it, on the plaintiff's attor
l and address is"
statements. whose
name
I! .-. at'I As you shop for the holidays, Next meeting of the com- Location. .,Of The'f' IN '.THE CIRCUIT...COURT, a.nduGRACIE, ; LEE, LINK:, :, ,.,Wife.) nay George H. Pierce PO.'..Box;

Even If Lightning Doesn'tI.ighlning be sure you save your, sales mittee will be January 13 In Pay Racks In EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN 1030, Starke Florida, and file
the NOTICE OF ACTION
slips receipts, and price tags, Green Cove Springs at AND FOR BRADFORD the original with the clerk of the

doesn't strike twice in the same place (lor so as well as, any warranties.This Neighborhood Facility Bradford Co. COUNTY, FLORIDAFile ToSAM;Last known OLIVER address LINK,: JR. above styled court on or before
is rule to follow Center January 10 1976; otherwise a
they say) but fire evidently does. a good
100 2332 Second Avenue South
The summer home of Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiff, the year round but especiallyat Rales/ Store Hwy No. 1-2354 Minnesota judgment may be entered

recently rented by the Mack Putch family, suffered from holiday time.QUESTION Mrs. Mary Hayes, acting LH Champ Hwy 100E. Case No. 75303CPIN 55408 Minneapolis: against you for the relief

two blazes coming less than a month apart. special service coordinatorfor NOTIFIEDthat demanded in the complaint or
YOU ARE HEREBY
The second fire on December 4 destroyed about half of : What makes CUBB's Head Start Handy Way Hwy 100E. RE: ESTATE OF NELLE a Petition for Dissolution of petition.

the home and contents according, to Kingsley, Lake jelly appear tough or gummy? commented "The Starke HAMRICK NOLLMAN, Marriage has been filed againstyou WITNESS my hand and the

Volunteer Firemen, while the first blaze on November 8was (Mrs. J.T.) Heath Advisory Committee is Deceased and you are required to seal of said Court on November

much less serious. ANSWER: Toughness in composed of local health Magic Mart Hwy 301 serve a copy of your written 26. 1975.
Last Thursday's fire was attributed to a small unvented jelly is due to cooking mixture service providers and NOTICE OF PROBATE defenses if to John H. Mas-

Has heater in the south wing of the house and was reportedto too long to reach the jellying parents, and will advise in the Garden Rest.Hwy 301 STATE OF FLORIDA well, wife's any attorney, whose GILBERT BROWN

the Camp Blanding fire department and relayed to the stage a result of too little planning, evaluation, and COUNTY OF DUVALTo address is P.O. Drawer 0, As Clerk of said Court

Kingsley, Volunteers at 7:10: a.m. Both dt'partmentsl'l'portt'd suger, and..overcookingmakes operation of our health service Holiday/ Inn Gainesville, Florida 32602, on or By: Beulah M. MoodyAs
to the and the fire under it all persons interested in the Deputy Clerk
scene soon brought gummy.
program. 6 1976 and file
before January ,
Jiffy Hwy 16 estate of said decedent: 12/4 4tchg 12/25/
control. Most damage to the interior was attributed to the original with the Clerk of this
notified that .
water and smoke. You are hereby a -------------
Branding Iron Court either before service onwife's
:Mr. and !Mrs. Futch and children escaped unharmed FHP Forecasts 31 Fatalitiesdown written instrument purporting to NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

from the home but lost much of their clothing and other Jiffy By M & N Texaco be the last will and testament of thereafter attorney otherwise or immediately default will REGISTER

personal effects. They had to vacate the damaged home During Holidays/ said decedent has been admitted be entered; against you for the FICTITIOUS NAME
and are presently slaying with !Mr. Futch's mother in Andrews Drugs to probate In said court. .
relief demanded in the Petition.
Marke. You are hereby commanded Pursuant to Section 865.09
The Florida Patrol starts at 6 p.m. Wed, Jiffy Hwy 100 & WITNESS my hand ind seal
Highway months from
The November 8 fire was attributed to flames racing, up within six calendar Florida Statutes notice is
nesday, Dec. 24, and ends at of this Court this 25. i day of
estimates that 31 will
the kitchen wall from burning: grease on the stove. This persons Orange St. the dote of the first publicationof hereby given that the undersigned -
midnight Sunday, Dec. 28. November, 1975.
fire was outed by young Charley Brown Futch. who used die in Florida traffic accidents this notice to appear In said : Ralph P. Bryan, P.O.
to FlIP records Wlnn Dixie
towel to smother the blaze: and climbed atop a during the 102-hour Christmas According court and show cause, if any BROWN Box 154, Starke, Bradford
drivers GILBERTS.
face
refrigerator to head off flames from entering the attic. holiday period. vehicle accidents greater dangersof during TG&YBradford you can, why the action of said Clerk of the Circuit Court County, Florida 32091 doing
For this he was given a citation by his attorney father Square court in admitting said will to business under the firm name of
The forecast is based December than other By: Beulah M, Moody
Tor unselfishly removing his mother and sisters from our on any probate 'sho.ild not stand "RALPH BRYAN REAL
binning home, at the risk of his own safety and well fatality experience during the month. In an effort to curb Food & Scat unrevoked. Deputy Clerk ESTATE", St. Road 230 E.
three Christmas accidents during this 12/4 4tchg 12/25
period
past holiday a
being. Food FairWalnut Starke, P.adford" County,
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seasons, along with an 11 per maximum number of trooperswill Bzie S. Sanders
Florida 320T/I, intends to
/ register
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
cent decrease in traffic be patrolling the high- St. Circuit Judge
Commendation Medal said fictitious name under the
fatalities during the first 11 ways and FHP airplanes will REGISTER
IsIagyarl'! Second be used Mitchell RexallIf For the Eighth Judicial FICTITIOUS NAME provisions if aforesaid statute.
months of 1975. extensively during the
RIVERSIDE Calif Techmand.. Circuit, In and For Pursuant to Section 86500 Ralph P., Bryan, sole owner.
The official holiday period.
holiday count- Is
The Machine
Fla.
nical Sergeant Paul A. The sergeant is a 1955 gra- Bradford County, Florida Statutes, notice is hereby Dated ti..s 11th day of

Mag}an. nephew of Mr. and duate of Bradford County Broken Or Takes By: Ula R. Yawn, given that the undersigned December, AD., I975 at Stark,

Mrs John Magyari of Rt. 2, High School. His wife. Jacqueline r vOFF' .Clerk Verne P. Odom. 318 N. Walnut Florida.

Starke has received his is the daughter of Mrs Your Money 12/184tchg 18SCHOOL Street Starker Bradford 12/11 4tchfl 1/1/76/
second award of the U.S. Air' Kathryn Clark of 4212 Burlin- .-------------. County, Florida 32091, doing -----------

Force Commendation Medal game Road Topeka Kan. Please Call .. business under the firm name of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

at March AFB. Calif. _____________. BOARD OF "FLORILAND REALTV", 393 N. REGISTER
Sergeant Magyars an inventory FOR SALE: Typewriter and Pet rabbits should not be lifted by the ears; its hurts them. 964-8170 BRADFORD COUNTY Temple Ave., Starke, Bradford FICTITIOUS NAME

management: supervisor Adding Machine ribbons at The INVITATION TO BID County, Florida 32091, intendsto Pursuant to Section 865.09
was cited for merltorOffice regibter. said fictitious name Florida Statutes, notice is here-
ious service at March He is Shop The School Board of under the provisions of aforesaid by given that the undersigned

assigned to the 22nd Civil FOR SALE:: Unpublished lola. Bradford County will receive statute. Doris G. Hoffman, Rt. 1, Box

Engineering Squadron, apart graph pictures 50 cents sealed proposals for the pur- Vernie P. Odom sole owner. 194-W Melrose, Clay County
of the Strategic Air Com- Come see what you can find. NOTICEREGISTER chise of six: ((6)) lots of real estatein dated this 26th day of Florida, 32666,.doing business
------------ I the Lincoln City Section of November.A.D. 1975. under the firm name of "DORIS

Starke, Florida as a single unit, 12/4 4tciig 12/25 BEAUTY SALON. 21, Melrose .
Von January 12, 1976, at 5:30: -------------. (Bradford) County, Florida

Bradford High School p.m., at the School Board NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 32666, intends to register said

TO VOTE Administrative Building, located REGISTER fictitious name under the

at 582 North Temple Avenue, FICTITIOUS NAME provisions of aforesaid statute.
Class of 1956 Starke, Florida. Doris G. Hoffman, sole

A more complete description Pursuant to Section 865.09 owner.

Planning 20th Reunion and exact located and size of the Florida Statutes, notice is Dated this 10th 24th day of

Registration Books Close For six ((6)) lots of property may be hereby given that the undersigned November A.D. 1975 at Starke

....for sometime the Spring or Summer of 1976. The f obtained at the Superin- Horace & Marion Florida.

dot. Is to b. s.t at a mooting In January. tendent's,, Office, 682 North Williford Rt. 2 Box 124B, 11/26 4tp 12/18

Temple Avenue Starke, Florida Starke, Bradford County, -------------
Presidential Preference Primary weekday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Florida 32C91,' doing business :NOTICE OF INTENTION

....some class members ors already working and The School Board of Bradford under the finn name of TO REGISTER

planning for the r.unlon. Needed now or. addresses County reserves the right to "H & M LOCK & KEY", At. 2 FICTITIOUS
reject any and all bids. All bids 1248- .Starke Bradford NAME
and correct names at which class members may b. JANUARY 24 1976 5:00: P.M. must be in the Superintendent'sOffice Box County Florida 32091, Intendsto Pursuant
to Section
reached with correspondence about the rounlon. not later than 5;30 p.m., register said fictitious name 86609Florida

1'1_.. fill In the following spaco for address, and all January bids 12 will, 1970 be, at opened which time and under the provisions of aforesaid hereby.given Statutes that, notice the un is

return to Bradford County Telegraph, P.O. Draws A,. ELECTION OFFICE OPEN publicly read aloud. Envelopes statute.Dated this 11th day of William dersigned Robert E. Smith &
T, Smith P.O. Box
son,
containing bids shall be plainly
Starko. FL 32091. December. A.D., 1975 at 302
marked on the outside "SealedBid Lawtey, Bradford County
t 'I Saturday January 24, 8:30: A.M. 5:00: P.M. for School Board Property Starke 12/1141p Florida.1/1. Florida 32068, doing business -

Namo. located' in Lincoln City". Any under the firm name of "Smith's
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bids received after the specifiedtime Heating Air Conditioning
Phone 974-5634 V wiN not be considered IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Refrigeration and Electrical
Addr... EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Service", P.O. Box 302 Lawtey,

FOR THE SCHOOL BOARDOF FLORIDA IN AND ,FOR Bradford County Florida 32058,

V Neva Flynn BRADFORD COUNTY, BRADFORD COUNTY, intends to register said fictitious
.
", City State FLORIDA BY: RICHARD, H. name under the provisions of
Supervisor of Elections JOCKEL SUPERINTENDENTOF CIVIL ACTION aforesaid statute.

I Bradford County SCHOOLS CASE NO.75-360 Dated this 11th' day of

Phon Zip_ 4t 12/11-1/22 12/113tchg 12/25 December, A.D., 1975 at
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HOUSES FOR SALEFOR PERSONAL SERVICE .t FOR SALEWATSON'S l r FOR SALE 'j O mVeian 1 MORE Jimmy Sun Sports BOAT Moore's FOR.



Clearion
SALE 3 bedroom, 2 bath TV REPAIRS & SERVICE: Also FOR SALE Storm rn r YOUR MONEY TF
screen
CB with Cent air & heat on used TV for sale $29.95 and HOUSE OF VACUUMS door, white aluminum frame; Real Facts rrwilic ar REAL ESTATE STARKE PH 964.5791
one acre with chain link fence. erg Used furniture and appliances COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
sliding storm glass stationary
aecw uvnr.L' ,
Ph. 964-8572.t: 12/11 4tp 1/1 "Plumbing and bathroom Many brands of new vacuums. screen, practically new. 32' x on Real -/"it.: STERN DRIVE SERVICE
fixtures Wood
------------ stoves BF U.TY STARKE
Used machines available. 6'8", $35. 200 E.. Adkins AND REPAIR
FOR SALE,Extra large custom kerosene gas end electric / Street. EstateCecelia Two very neat 2 BR frame
heaters:THE BARGAIN Expert Repairs all makes. Itp COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
built brick home on Bessent CENTER houses with ref. ft stoves Both
Parts and Accessories for all - -
Road 45000. ..--- Large :301 South tfchg. $14,000 REPAIR
By
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Built. in central "
vacuums. .
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frame home, 3 bedroom, 2 : Cast iron wood "C CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
RELIABLE MAN vacuum cleaning systems.712N. [.:.: 1 bath frame with ref. &
bath only 15500. --- 2 will do house Main Gainesville 3767110.tf heaters, 24 &28 Inch at Dah 2 BR GLASS FISHING BOATS
Bedroom block home large painting and odd jobs around mers Discount. '10/2 14tchg Terwillegar stove $7,500_
living room with fireplace the house at reasonable rates. 12/31 -
17000. Ph. 964 9648151. 12/18 2tchg 12/25 ------------ ,..--- 3 BR frame cent heat/air,
-6262 day or FOR SALE:: Case pocket knives -------- Satisfied customer are tie; only kind of customers BRASINGTONCadillacOldsmobile
964-8417 night. 1tchg ------------ now at Dahmers Discount FOR SALE: TAKE UP we want. A satisfied customer means repeat business. fenced cor. lot $19,400

--- -------- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: tfchg. PAYMENTS. 1975 Singer That Is, additional business from that customer, or 2 BR frame- -. stove- & ref. Sales & Service

114 Christian Street Starke, ------------ Future. Top of the line sewing from one of his friends. That's why we make every Terms. Fine Si'le/ < lion Of Um'tl
Fla. Thursdays and Sundays machine, like new.. Original effort to see the customer is 100 percent positive that he $13,000 Cars Taken/ On
AUTOMOBILESUSED 8 pin Call 9644-5709 964- TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a price $650. Balance due wants to sell, or buy. -SR-100-S- Cadillac/ Trad,'"

5434 or 473-2108. 9/25 14tp week, dozer work and $287.80 or need someone to We never purposely pressure the client Into makinga 871 acres $15,500 2001 N.W. 13 378.5301GAINESVILLE

12/24 dragline work. Call 468-1873, assume $12.70 monthly pay- decision. We want the customer to have all the information -LAWTEY-

... Star Rt. Hampton STEPHEN which available( that he, she, make
-----------, ments. Phone 964-8030. Will so or may If
3 BR Alum siding, chain link
SMITH LANDFILL :
tfchg.
deliver the most intelligent decision possible.
no obligation.
Itp
FOK SALE: 11165tC! V-6, POSITION DESIRED: Young fence $9,500
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After all, of home or business is major
----------- purchase a a
Ion); wheel base (;Standard. woman,38 will live in and care FOR SALE: Diamond needlesfor - -
FOR SALE investment, and should be undertaken only after
: Labrador Retriever very
for 468-1316.
Call !11I11-11725. elderly. tfchg. 2 BR frame $8,400 terms
Up 124'FOR : any stereo, over 247 puppies born Dec. 4, 1975. careful consideration. Call us when you need to buy,or COWBOY BOOTSFor
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different have them
-.. ones we sell.
Registered Pedigreed. $100 2 BR frame-83,350-termnr
BABIES-GIRLS-
all Dahmer's Discount.
SALE: LeSabre Buick MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also .... Females, $125 males. Weaned or both for$11,125terms
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1968. Lt. blue 4 dr., A/C;PS, mobile home hurricane anchoring at six to eight weeks. 12/18 PREFERRED BOYS-WOMEN-MEN
PROPERTIES -
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FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3 98,
PB. Call
964-7702 between 6-7 and mobile home roof 2tp 12/25
9x12 Unolcum 898. Also 2'/2 acre wooded lots terms BELTSin
p.m. 1tchg 12/18 coating din's MOBILE Home - Spring fed creek on 20 good acres fenced and cross - -
12x15 In
12x12 and stock.
----- Service 9645606. St. Rd. < FOR SALE: Chest-type deep fenced barn sizes 18 to 58
------- Hundreds to choose from at Large new Attractive, nearly new, 12 acres, fenced well pole &
16W & Jct. 233 Starke Fla. freeze, 16 ft. $95. 615 E. concrete block home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths central
tank $15,000 terms
FOR SALE: 71 Olds Delta Dahmers Discount. tfchg. septic WESTERN SHIRTS
4 dr., tfchg South St. 964-6957. Itchg heat and air and lots of builtinsalso carpeted. Cattle ...
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good condition ----i--------
best offer 12/18 INDIAN MOCCASINSat
------------ and farm equipment negotiable. Conveniently located.
over $1500. 108 A See us for Nobel Homes on your
Poling, ----------- You would be to this
own
proud onel
FOR SALE: Christmas and lot.
Penney Farms. 529 9317. Itp HOUSES & TRAILERS pressure toys CARRADINE'SLawtey
12/18 washed with chemicals. Wash decorations 1/2 price.. Roll FOR SALE: Fine quality beef for ----- -=" LtWTEY Fla.
roofing $5 and $6. Wanted: House in the country with some acreage. Florida
dirt and mildew. Shingles 782.3400
------------ away Guaranteed your freezer. J.R. Wainwright !l 782.3806
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Ph. 4732213. tfchg. $10.50/square. Itchg 12/18 Ph. 964-7835 after 7 );-- e.N. Wall 2/ 12
FOR SALE: 1964 Chevrolet Tastefully furnished 1972 Dolphin MH with 3 BR 2 B, arrr A "rA.r 13tchg
--- ------------
Station wagon rebuilt engine CAKES DECORATED------for--special- FOR SALE: Give a Live Christ- p.m.: tfchg. .. central I heat, 2300 BTU AC, completely fenced, well

good tires, etc. $500. Phone occasions. Order your holiday mas Present. Holstein Here- ----- -- --- ,- landscaped, lot 101 x 199,2 metal outbuildings. washer, SeeSeI ...
9646544. Itchg 12/18 freezer, garden tiller all for $14,500. ,
.
ford
calves $5
cakes 468-2804 each. Richardson's
now. before 5
----- .. FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand Well
----- I Drilling I
or 9645072 after 5. 12/4 Dairy SR-229 2 miles ----- \
FOR SALE: 1973 ST 100 .3tchg 12/18 south of'Sanderson, Fla.Itchg gun $55.22 hand guns $24.95, See us for reasonable, convenient, building lots in the December Specials .
Chaparral (adult owner). Like 25 automatic guns. from I t tI
------------ 12/18 Dalewood subdivision with city+ water, sewage, and 2" Thru 6"
.
$49 95. Dahmers Discount.
new 767 miles. $450. 964-
------------ good neighbors. Champion -
6544. Itchg 12/18 SEWING MACHINES repaired tfchg. I Fast Rotary I II
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all makes cleaned, oiled and
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------------ adjusted $7. Work guar FOR SALE: Bahia hay $1.50 at FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts Thirty beautiful acres on Rd. 18 which could be used as AC Autolight I Drilling Equipment I II

FOR SALE anteed. James Strickland barn. Wild a home site or developed. Access to Hampton Lake is
: 1973 Pontiac Grand turkeys rlngneck and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE
Am 38,000 miles Automatic corner Morgan Road & Hwy. pheasants, jumbo bobwhite HOME SALES Hwy. 100 W.. lust across the road._____ I REGULAR PLUGS I State Licensed I

trans., PS, PB, Factory AC & 16. tfchg quail, Hulsey game chickens Starke 9645606. tfchg.
AM Tape Player, New --...--..,------ stags and pullets. J.M. Edwards Use your imagination excellent commercial propertyon 69
Tires ------------ :
many extras. Also 2 10 x 15 964-5379, Starke, Fla. 301 in the heart of Lawtey. Low down payment Ea. : I Pumps I
BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete 12/44tp 12/25' FOR SALE: Christmas trees red owner financed.
Ford Wheels, will fit & RESISTER PLUGS
jeep sharpening service, circular, cedar and sandplnes. Call -----
Dodge. Steve Thomas call ------------ I I It
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or hand carbide, chain, mower Mrs. W.A. Stern 301 S. Ph. Serene privacy Unique, country home with CHAA, 40 *
964-7385 FrL' after 6 p.m. Mon.- blade hollow ground and REDUCE safe & fast with 964-5614. 12/4 4tp 12/25 acres fenced 8 cross fenced with 2 car garage, 2 ponds, 84 Ea t New & Used t tI

:.tfchg.-------. balanced. Leave at Jackson GOBESE TABLETS & E-VAP '------------ 2 wells, 24' x 60' barn. Animals & equipment nego- Sales- PartsService

Building Supply, Starke or "Water Pills" ANDREWS FOR SALE: 4.29 acres 2 bed. tiable. Owner financed I /

Keystone Heights. tfchg PHARMACY, 356 W. room house in country. Completely ----- Permanent Antifreeze E-Z Terms

------------ Madison, Starke., 12/11 41p I
remodeled in last 2 Office building 341 N. Temple Ave. Apartment in
[ FCa RENT ) 10x 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes 1/1 years. Other improvements, rear to live in or rent for Income. Price low twenties. $425Gal. I I I II
and mobile homes. $180 ------------ paved road Ph. 9648436. Plumbin9\\

installed, $140 uninstalled. FOR -21/2 acres to 15 12/44tp 12/25
GATOR MOBILE HOME acres, Underwood Motel, Cecelia/ T. Terwillegar, Reg. Real Estate Broker W inter.Antifreeze. I I
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*FiSR .\KENT: SERVICE CO. Ph. 3729767, .Highway 301.North of Starka. FOR SALE Ceramics Resident Phone 964-5145 New Installation/
: 4 r oni furnished\ ( : ; disquo I
house. Crosby Lake Subdivision Gainesville tfchg. y7r.1"t greenware, used molds 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke, Florida Still' $225Gal.
Remodeling
--w.-MB mf--m-- supplies antiques furniture I
Desired people. f OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
Phone 964-7326, Buck YARD SALE: Highway 16 W. II bottles, dishes & carnival
SEWING MACHINES: All Oil Co. Repairs
Murray. 12/182tp 12/25 makes cleaned oiled & adjusted mile past Morgan Road). Sat glass. 755 E. Main Street, I Register I

------------ 9-3. Jeannie McKinney. Itchg Lake Butler, Fla. 10/30 Btchg Davidson St.
only $4 50 One day 308 S Thompson
12/18 12/18 3 BR 2 bath CB dwg. on extra
FOR RENT 2 bedroom fur I
: Durrance\\
service. Bring to ACME :
... Mobile Home ParkIn '
----------- large cor. lot in City w/swim-
nished house. 964-8420. 1tp HARDWARE 301 E. Call St., ------------ 4 T/CHG Deo 25
12/18, Ph. 9646163. 11/26 4tchg GARAGE SALE: Four families; a FOR SALE Coastal Bermuda mmg pool. Central heat & air City Limits

------------ 12/18 little bit of everything. Poodle hay. Call A.W. Gaylard conditioning. I Pumps & Supply
pups tools, misc., etc. Friday Branford 9350263. 12/11 - $30 Per Mo.
FOR RENT: Small 1 bedroom ------------
furnished apartment. 964- VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS and Sat. 1231 Butler .Rd. 3tchg 12/25 176 Acres Brooker area some Walk To New I Company

8420. Itp 12/18 all makes bring to ACME Itchg 12/18 ------------ planted pines ... CELECTROLUXJ'Sales :: )
HARDWARE 301 E. Call ------------ FOR SALE Yamaha Electronic - Shopping Center 1864
------------ : II N. Temple Ave.
FOR RENT: Trailer, Bayless Street. Ph. 964-6163. 11/26. YARD SALE: SR-100-S Organ. Excellent condition, 4 BR Frame House Fireplace Cily. Gas, Wale' H Sewer Service Supplies

Highway. 2 bedroom, 4tchg 12/18 Saturday, Mildred Lawson. $1000. Call 964-5875. tfpd Central Heat & Air, 12 acres, On 301 South Starke
------------ Itchg 12/18 paved rd BOB MILNER 964-7604
$80/month. 964-5161. ------------
Itchg TF
HOME REMODELING AND REPAIR 964-7061
------------ FOR SALE Camera Petri 35mm -r----
,
12/18 : Jolu Motel ,
11 20 13lp2 12 _. J
: Master electrician 1 & 2 acres mobile home'sites., e e e _
------------ FOR SALE Steer Fat. $6.50/100() single-lens reflex with case.
plumber & carpenter. Rea- : N.W. of Starke Terms..
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom trailer, sonable rates. 964-8087. Ibs. A&K Feed Store, 511' Excellent condition, $125. - 964-8810 ... .. .. . .

expando L.R., water fur- 111264tchg 1218Motorcycles Edwards Road. (Beside 9645875. tfpd 3 BR Frame house 1 bath 10
nished. 9648797. 12/18 ------------
1tp ------------ Bradford Square Shopping acres land on paved road. Sev- FILL DIRT
WE BUY, SELL & TRADE
------------ Center). 964-8711. Itchg eral out
FOR RENT: 1st floor furnished 1 12/18 Jewelry, Gold Silver Guns & buildings. MULTIPLE ,

bedroom Phone land or anything of value (NO Top Soil
apartment. ------------
9648071. Itp 12/18 t J Junk). United Wholesale 473- 3 BR, 2 Bath CB dwelling in LISTINGS
REGISTER OIL COMPANY has Fill Jirl
3300 Keystone Hgts., Fla.
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Seigler and Perfection
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom 2 bath heaters in stock now space and 12/182tchg 12/25 city.George Roberts Jr. 4 BR. 2 bath, '54 acre Will trade .
782- ------------ : for land .
mobile home in Lawtey. $7,000 equity or something Call 468-1873
for immediate
3806. tfchg. FOR SALE: 1972 Honda 600 ready installation SEWING MACHINE SALES: RES REAL ESTATE BROKER else of equal value.
.Also few used heatersin
a
Civic, Radio Heater, New
Service & parts and makes tf .1'
------------ 964-7826
Tires Less than 26,000 miles. stock. See them at 308 S. and commercial models. STEPHEN SMITH
Thompson St. Ph. 9645888. .1 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500
FOR RENT:. 12' wide mobile 9645406. Itchg 12/18 United Wholesale '4733300
homes outside 12/4 4tchg 12/25 STAR ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA.
limits. J.B. ------------ Keystone Hgts. 12/18 2tchg
White. ------------ Handyman special $7,500
Ph. 9646114 tfchg.FOR FOR SALE: 1972 Honda 450, 12/25
...----- cond. $500 WAREHOUSE UNITED i ieo eoseo
--- good or best CLEARANCE FARM
reasonable AGENCY INC.
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RENT: din's Subdivision offer. 964.8182. Itchg SALE Thursday & Friday this Reg Real Estate Broker 4 BR, 2 lots $10,500

1/2 acre lots. $2500 per 12/18 week 930: to 440: corner 206 S.Water St. 2BR, 1 acre $7,500

month. Water & Sewage ------------ Lincoln Road and 301 S. 1/2 National AdvertisingPaul Olin's Subdivision

furnished For information call 'SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your mile S. of shopping center. I MISCELLANEOUSWANT Faulkner-Broker 2 BR lakefront $22,000

Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile authorized Suzuki Dealer. Used furniture, king size Irene Faulkner-Assoc.

Homes! Sales Hwy 100 W., Phone 964.6020. 304 East Call mattress & box springs oil 964-5065 Off SR-100-3 BR $22,000 I 1I I IV

Starke. 964-56C6 tfchg. Street. heater desk, refrigerator, t 4 I 1

------------- --- tfchg------ much more. Building & 320 acres, fenced, reasonably 3 BR, 2 acres $24.500

FOR RENT: 3 bedroom mobile Property also for sale. 1640 S. TO BUY: 14 ft. priced, terms. Southgate 3 BR $26,000

home, and garden urea, furnished 301. 12/11 2tp 12/18 aluminum boat. 9648332.- Itp - I 1

------------. 12/18 105' ,600', with 2 room cottageon
,excellent
location. x
Call .. $31,000 .L
WANTED Lawtey 3 BR brick
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964-6488 after 5:30. 4 mi W. j FOR SALE: AKC, Registered --- Little Lake Santa Fe.
Rd. 100. 12/4 FOR - :
on LEASE
Itchg Chinese Male. 6 : Improved pasture Keystone 3 BR brick $44,000 Per Mo.
Water
Pug Puppy &
-----....------ land. For information call 964- 125' x 135' lot with 3 bedroom :, Acre Lot For Rent 25" : .
weeks old. $.100Don
Bag 6399 bath central H & A, $29.000.00. Sewage furnished
FOR RENT Kitchenettes WANTED: Elderly couple needs well. 964-6200 or 9647095. or 964-7687. Hampton-1 Va acres $9,200
------------ Call Mark Olin 964.5606 Hwy 16 & Morgan Rd.
No 12/18 II
completely furnished. Un- a home. children, no pets. Itp

derwood Motel, Starke Fla Please give full details in first --------..:.......-- Lawtey 2.75 acres $9,600

Hiway 301 North of Starke. letter. P.O. Box 397, Starke. FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1 yr. old ,

Itp 1tp 12/18 3 BR, 2 bath, 24x70 Peachtree I LOST AND FOUNDLOST USED G.E. WASHER '65" Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,600 OPEN DAILY

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,--- -- -*- ------------ Tall Oaks Mobile Home, like 9k"
USED GAS A A USED .t.PUBLIC CONSIGNMENTRUCTION
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2 canal lots, $3,300
new.1972 Buick Skylark 2 dr., ach
FOR RENT: Furnished. 2 bedroom '
duplex apt. on Kingsley AC/H Radio, Tape Player,. ELEC. DRYER 50" 4 canal lots, $7.800 &

Lake, air condition private HRP WANTED 1 Good. condition.. AKC Dober- : 8 week old female "-
..
t SladeAppliances
dock. Call 9645391. tfchg. ma>-. puppies limited Just in Labrador Retriever Tan. Sawyer 5 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe

-------.----- time for Christmas. 1968 Che- Reward! 964-8210. 1tp 12/18 River $2,000/acre '
velle SAT. DEC 20 -10
good running gear, ------------ a.m.
y acre MH, terms $5,000
AVON CALLING: To buy or sell rough body. Chest-type 332 W. Madison St. i

Avon. Call 755-2807 or write freezer 8,000 lb. safe with 7 acres in town $18,000
Starke, Florida .
Floriland Realty AUCTIONS 3rd SAT. EVERY MONTH
PERSONAL SERVICEWE Lorna Clyatt,' P.O. Box 220 money chest. Washer and .. r

Lake City, Florida tfchg. dryer. Red drapes. Heavy- 393 N. Temple Ave. 10 acres, Theresa $12,500 We are Now Accepting
duty wire rack for Ford
-------- --- 10 ACRES
Courier or Datsun. Panasonic ;10 Equipment For Our December Sale
Lawtey
Near acres $11,000
F+rm. House on 14 acre -
BUY Pecans daily at the Tape Player with AM-FM Good fishing area.. 10 Minutes From Call Us About Bringing In Your
Starke Farmers Market. J.R. r8 lo.,Call 964-8111 for Infor- Peetsville 11 acres $10,000 .

Wainwrkjht & Sons, tfchg. I FOR SALEFOR mation. 12/18 2tp 12/25 3 A on Beseent- -Road.- -Other lots Keystone Heights .Farm, Industrial & Construction .Equipmentof .
.... -- ------------ .
--,--: Garage business with house on
Have, your sow or !lilt bred to FOR SALE: Just In time for ,In City for-Sale. $1,750 Per Acre US-301 All Kinds Now., }

Yorkshire boar $15 or a pig SALE 1 acre' home ites ,Christmas.Ph.White 782-3869.Bulldog t: House on 13th St. Jax. Fla. Mo. Bring Your Equipment to the Market Place ':
from litter. Pick-up available.By puppies. Itp ..... 1 &1" Per 700 foot highway 301 frontage
Croeby Lake Estate, 2 ml. 12/18 '
appointment. 7823635. of Starke on RD 100. Owner W- 3 BR, 1 Bath on Comer Lot. US-301 21' acres,, terms CONVERT SURPLUS EQUIPMENT TO CASH
------------ NO LOW LAND
Need feeder pigs or hogs. 1tp financed. $35,000
financed 964.6488, tfchg. FOR SALE:. Christmas Gifts Mostly o
------------ -a.If '- :" -'- '''WEST CENTRAL N. F!:FLORIDA EQUIPMENf '
----- ------- Boxer puppies, AKC, 6 wks. We have all other type IOENS eOpDFQ/
SOUND.Sales .
AMERICAN FAMILY : \
FOR SALE Feeder pigs $20, old. Turkeys Large white you own property outade of REALTY INC. I properties listed. Come In and AUCTION
installation .
service, $30. & ((36. R.T. Dowling Toms $8 each. Ducks-Large, CCU'ltyant to eel, P'J t'll.' Registered Broker see us.

stereos, phono., radio reel-reel Work, Hampton, Fla. 468-1763 off $2 each. 3 for 5. Pair of 4, .-::1182308.nytlm.. U. S. 17 North Green Cove Springs '
tape, cal 8tes VERNIE DOOM .Evenings Call:
SR 325. Look for Dowling sheep $40 ch.964-6801.1tp FRED SACKETT-REALTOR
renteed. 156-A West Call, JAX. 282-4389
gu Broker Art '
9647329. trchg. signs. 12/11/ 2tp 12/18 12/18 -, 384-5476 Rag '964-7700 473-2019: tray: 208 N. Temple(IUS-301)) 'JAX TOLL FREE .Ph'. ((9.04)2845677') '",.
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Union Court

gpVE WfTh a e a a : e
Cases HandlesLAKE 'i.
: : e
BUTLER numberof r
cases were handled in
Union County Circuit Courton I
H
Monday. Dec. 15, with LL' .
Judge John A.11. Murphree of ,
Gainesville presiding.
Clayton Mitchell Altman
changed his plea to guilty of
escape from the Receptionand
Medical Center in Lake REDI-BASTED
Butler and was sentenced to t111 17 LBS.: 1014IBS 1 1rtiF
10 LBS.
serve two years with it to run -
consecutively with any time A UP

he Earnest is now serving.Albert Bethel ,

changed his plea to guilty of '
possession of a weapon by a BEEF PtOj 1
state prisoner. Judge Mur-
phree sentenced him to serve PRICES GOOD DEC.1 18-24
one year with it to run consecutively -
with any he is now
serving. lie is a prisoner at EZ CARVE
Union Correctional Institu- ALL OF US AT WINN-DIXIE
W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE

changed tion.Johnnie his plea Wayne to guilty Ennis of MORTON FROZEN WISH YOU AND YOURS A RIB ROAST

possession of narcotic para- BEEF, TURKEY OR CHICKEN

ordered phernalia.a Judge pre-sentence Murphree investigation -
POT PIES
before a sentenceis
handed down in this case. $188
The state dismissed a chargeof leg
unlawful possession of .r
marijuana) against Ennis.
Shirley Ann Freeman
changed her plea to guilty of
grand larceny.A pre-sentence
investigation was also orderedin IB.
this case by Judge Mur- PIES ASTOR
phree. E.AR .
The jury trial of Norman FRUITCOCKTAIL Mayonnaise 1 t.1 4
Henry Dcspres and Joseph KRAFT!
Cozzi both charged with

escape Wednesday., was Dec.in progress 17. on p- FRESH FLORIDA \. ) MAYONNAISEQUICK]

I'r '' n r Ik' FROZEN GRADE "A"
INDIAN RIVER'ORANGES
+ ,
r W-D BRANDBAKING
4-H Program Y..' [ .
J
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Discussed At ,.
( A
I' 4 TO 6-LB.
Starke RotaryA


presented youth at program the Starke was s 69C
2
week when
Rotary Club last rr
Limit 1 with $7 5Oor
Harold Waters, Jr. gave a IB.
more purchai*
the National 4-H ..
report on or more purcNexc # LB.
BAGS end udi
Congress short course he ludin 9 nfjTHRIFTY
attended last summer in _
Washington. D.C. The Rotary
Club was one of the sponsorsof
this trip rwrrrrrr.arrrrr. B MAID W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE

member Zed Hamilton explained another the 4-H 4-H ASTOR PURE FROZEN I GOLD MEDAL fa CRANBERRY BONELESS FULL CUT

program the The lives speakers of and young its influence people.were introduced on- ORANGE JUICE I FLOUR "!I! / 1 I I SAUCE ROUND STEAK

by Lowell Parrish, /
extension agent in charge of I FLoUR j I

the county 4-H area.program in a multi- I I 5 c WITH THIS 13 C S 79LB.

Robert Edmondson a C 68 13c.COUPON I 88 .
member of the BUS Interact c\99 I I ONLY. 1
I -
Club also spoke briefly. LB AT WINN DIXIE/ IA.OW ,
G the.T.program.Iluggms was in chargeof I BAG THRU OEC. 241)1.1973) I I! CANS' LB. a

I '
mmmmj
LctorJ -------- --mmmmmm-
Injured... TOP ROUND STEAK LB. $1.99 ,

i 1.1'011I Page Il I) SUPEKBRAND
U.S. EXTRA FANCY GOLDEN OR USDA GR. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE ,
head according to the ,
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II Christmas Parties Held' Last Week By MerchantsSeveral

local merchants' Christmas cloth over lace and tables were covered with ; eAeALi
Christmas parties have been centered with a bayberry white linen cloths and cen- 64.fide *
held in the past week Includ- candle encircled with a holly tered by red candles. [
ing: Gifts were exchanged
ring.Gag
gifts were exchangedby during the evening.The Socialy Chios
BALDWIN the the 13 attending includedthe !//oola ,
employees during .. -._._- -._
CHEVROLET-OLDS party. staff and their families. v I --- - -
The employees and their The 34 attending includedthe
families of Baldwin Chevrolet- staff and their families. John Myers To Be B. C. Hospital
Olds of Starke and Baldwin
Hayward[ AMC-Jeep of FLORIDA AND Honored AtReception Auxiliary Held
Gainesville enjoyed a Christ. 301 THEATERS r
mas party and dinner at the The home of Mrs. Vergie Dec. 21 Christmas Tea
Elks Lodge Sunday afternoon Barksdale on Hampton Lake
from 3 to 5 p.m. was the setting for the Christ John Myers, retiring execu-
Santa Claus appeared mas party and dinner given by tive vice-president of the The Bradford County Hospital doctors
before the dinner to pass out Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- Starke Bradford County Auxiliary honored the
candy and Christmas stock dale and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chamber of Commerce will be' and hospital staff at a tea last
ings to the children. Sparks for the staff of the Florida honored at a reception Sunday Friday from 8 a.m.to 3 p.m. in
and 301 Theatres on ,rr December 21 from 4 to 6 the hospital library. covered
KOCIISDRUGSTORE of last week. + The tea table was v r
Thursday night
pm. at the Starke Golf and at
Mr. and Mrs. Olin White The buffet table was cov- eiv Country Club.. with a white lace cloth over
centered with a
entertained at a Christmas ered with a red linen cloth The public Is invited to red linen and
party and buffet at their home with lace edging and centered attend. white Christmas arrangement
red candle.
Sunday evening from 7 to 10 with a red Christmas arrange- Marian Douglas falls in love centered with Kincaid a Mrs.
p.m.for the Koch's Drug Store ment composed of roses, with Grover Howard in Okla Mrs. J.W
employees and their families. holly, red birds, bows and homa. JuniorWoman'sClub Mac Baldwin and Mrs.the Gladys silver
Weldon presided at
Attractive Christmas candles.
decorations highlighted pointsof Held coffee service at intervals
Tickets On SaleFor'Oklahoma during the tea hours.
interest. COMMUNITY BANK
The buffet table was cov- The staff of the Community Dec. MeetingThe Mrs. Houston McClane, t
and her
ered with a red cloth edged State Bank of Starke enjoyeda social chairman +
assisted in
sere
with a wide red lace ruffle and dinner dance Saturday nightat Tickets are now on sale for Junior Woman's Club committee
centered with a Christmas arrangement the Armory on Edward's the musical Oklahoma which met Monday, December 8, at ing.
on a white pedestal Road. will be presented Jan. 9-10 and 7:30: p.m. at the clubhouse
composed of red apples, Christmas decorations were 16-17 at the Starke Woman's with 11 members and cosponsor BPW Club To
silver grapes and silver bow. used throughout the hall for Club on Walnut Street. Mrs.'Lester Crews, pre-
Mrs.Robert White presided at the festive occasion. Admission to the play sent.Mrs. Host District ?r
the silver coffee and punch which stars Grover Howardand Robert Autry, presi-
services. EAGLE DE VANE Marian Douglas is $6. dent, presided over the meet MeetingThe
The employees exchangedgifts Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Tickets may be purchased ing where plans were made
during the evening. Williams were hosts at a through Mrs. Pat Spengler, for the bridge-luncheon and Starke Business and ILMII! :
Christmas dinner party for president of the Woman's Christmas tea honoring the Professional Women's club
KCKERD DRUG STORE the employees of Eagle Club. senior club which was held on made plans at their November 'tNt12., .w.m
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Baker DeVane Department Store on December 17: 20 meeting for the District
were hosts at a Christmas Wednesday, December 10. After the meeting refresh- Meeting to be held in Starke Mrs. J.W. Kincaid presides at silver service at the Hospital Auxiliary Tea last Friday.
party Saturday night at their Colorful arrangements of Meth. Chancel ments were served in the sun. January 17. l Standing: (I-r): Mrs.Houston McClane.Mrs. Mac Baldwin, Mrs.J.R.Kite Auxiliary membersand
home on N. Orange Street for Christmas decorations were room by Mrs. Robert Autry, A Christmas party will be Mrs. Eunice Horton Director of Nurses.
the employees of Eckerd's used throughout the party Choir To Present hostess. The table was over- held at the home of Lillian
Drug Store.Christmas. rooms for the occasion. laid with a lace cloth over red
Pearson December 18. The
decorations linen and centered with five on 1e f- u..t Ie-4
were The buffet table was Cantata SundayThe a festivities will begin with a pot .
used at points of interest in the covered with a white linen branch silver candelabra with luck
party rooms. cloth and centered with a red Chancel Choir of the red burning tapers and an arrangement supper. .. ..- ..- ..- .. &
The buffet table was cov- and white Christmas First United Methodist of red poinsettias.At .
ered with a red and green, arrangement. The two dining Church will present the the conclusion of the ;
Christmas cantata entitled meeting members exchanged -Jt
"The Night of Miracles" by Christmas gifts. .
John W. Peterson at the 11 # S ; ,- {t

Have your Carpets and a.m.December service 21. on Sunday, Ellen Bloodworth \ f.tI H ,.'Jit j ,:. .i.toilda ; {t

Furniture Hand-Cleaned Sunday evening, December Michael Miller \ {t
Flower-Fresh! 21 at 7 p.m. the Sunday school e
program will be held in Fel- Wedding Dec. 20 *
lowship Hall for the childrenand .
# Stve. ,
DiMTicleanThe families. A color film will The wedding of Ellen ,,,
be shown entitled "A Visitor Bloodworth and Michael *
...'\ '"'"''''' Pr.a" s is IIUd.dn'ccd by _.... For Christmas." Miller will be solemnized tt Ca11
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The Parrots sp.l! Keiommonded by : .. December 24 at 11:00: *.
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Groups Held Wendee Hall Miss Bloodworth on __
per60nal

Christmas Parties Last Week Celebrated"6th' Luncheon HonoreeMiss .t BIRTHS I Mrs. HM Richarde, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs F.V. Herlongand J
S I(Charles Darby, Mrs. Jean Mr. and Mrs. Rodney ,1
The six groups of the First place setting favors for the Birthday Dec. 13 Anne Terwillegar and Miss Heidi Sanders of Birm- Darby, Eugene Matthews, Herlong and daughter of 'I
United Methodist Women held of the Starke Mr. and Mrs. Lex Johns of ingham, Ala. is a holiday ; !
patients Nursing Mrs.Clyde B. Terwillegar, Jr. Mrs SL. Peek, Sr. and Mr. Jacksonville were Sunday .
Christmas parties in the Home. Starke announce the birth of a guest of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeB. visitors of Mrs. W.F.
past Little honored Miss Ellen Blood- and Mrs S L. Peek, Jr. at- Herlong
week. Wendee Hall son, Andy Lex, born Flynn, Jr. and family.
The members
exchangedgifts celebrated her sixth worth Saturday at 12:30 p.m. December in tended a dinner at the home of '
9 Alachua
with their prayer part. birthday at the Gainesville Country Miss Elise Jones in Gainesville Lt. Barry Firth of Corpus 1
GROUP ONE ners during the evening. Saturday morning when her. Club with a mother-daughter General Hospital. Grand- Capt. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin, Saturday night honoringMrs. Christi! NAS, Texas arrives
Group one, with Mrs. O.L. parents, Mr and Mrs. Charles luncheon. parents are Mrs. Mildred Jr. and daughter, Colleen, of Phillip Maguire of Ash home December 21 for ten .
Haynes, Jr., chairman held GROUPSIXMembers Hall, gave a party for her and Rhoden of Macclenny and Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. will of leave.
a six Miss Bloodworth's ley, Oregon, sister Mrs days s i
little
friends
at their homeon Ernest and Allen
of the
Opal
spend with his
Christmas holidays
luncheon Wednesday of Six helda
Group Crystal Lake. marriage to Michael Miller Peek, Sr. Mrs. Glen Conner and i
'Dec. 10, at the home of covered dish luncheon and During the hours will be an event of Dec. 20th at Starke. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.B.. family of Orlando visited her
Mrs F.W. Strickland at Christmas party Tuesday of party the 7:30: p.m. at the First Godwin in Lake Butler. Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire spentlast / parents Mr and Mrs Barney
Kingsley Lake. last week at the home of Mrs. youngsters were given Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Marlin week with Mr. and Mrs. McRae .
The buffet table wens covered Grady Overstreet with Mrs. Christmas crayons with which they drew The colonial club house was Starke,announce the birthof Stuart Spragins of Little Dale Fisher in Coral Gables. on Sunday.Mr. f
with a gold linen cloth Richard Little as co-hostess. designs and beautifully decorated a daughter, Tonya Denise, Rock,Ark.was weekend guestof Mr.Goldwire joined her at the and Mrs. Howard
and centered with a gold and Preceding the luncheon the"Happy table Birthday cloth. Wendee" on throughout in the traditional born December 12 in Alachua Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams. home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Meyer attended the Hercules
silver Christmas arrange eggnog and hors d'oeuvreswere made Santa Clauses They also manner for the 'holiday General Hospital. Grandparents Goldwire in West Palm Beach Christmas party at Jekyll
out of Misses Louise and Etta
ment. served. are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Friday and spent the
In
season. a private dining Island the weekend.
over
The ladies exchanged gifts Members exchanged gifts apples, marshmallows and room where the luncheon was Thomas and Mrs. Linnie As- Fripp of Columbia, S.C. and weekend.
with their prayer partners and with their prayer .partners raisins. They received favorsof served the Christmas theme pi n\va IIMr. Mrs. CII Wollenberg of (See Page/: ,
also brought a gift for an during the partyMethodist.. candy and balloons. was carried out with white Farmington,Conn. will arrive ,
elderly Starke resident Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Hall Monday to spent the holidayswith
linen table covers, red and Mrs Jimmie
Assisting in serving were A wereVendee's.R. Sieg of Mandarin aunt, Mrs. napkins and two table Patterson announce the birthof their sister, Mrs. L.G. D
Mrs. Rex Anderson and Mrs Choir Hutchins, Jr. and Becky, Paul arrangements of red car- a. daughter, Sherie Diane, Powell { Y W
C.H. Nasworthy. Hutchins. nations, holly, white mums on December 9 at Pureal
Held Dinner Out-of-town and white doves. Medical Center in Orange Mrs.Emma Rene Weaver is
GROUPTWO Mrs. A.E. guests were of A silver tray was presentedthe Park. Grandparents are Mr. a patient in North Florida ITALIANAMERICANRESTAURANT
Leaptrot
Former members of Group and Mrs. James L Pattersonof .
Party MondayThe Jacksonville, Mrs. Sieg and honoree by the hostesses. Regional Hospital.Mr.
Two which has been Ben
Texas and
Those Wheeler
attending were: Miss
disbanded were honored at a daughters, Laurin and Ellen Bloodworth, Miss Carol L.W. Batten of Starke. and Mrs. Mike May and i ar,
chancel choir of the Leanne, and Missy Slocum of -
Christmas luncheon Tuesday Bloodworth Kevin, of Ocala visited if\
Mandarin. Mrs. James F. son ;\
given by Mrs. Inez Green at First held United dinner Methodist Bloodworth, Miss Denise Reggie Flynn of Samford her mother, Mrs. W.H. Harton DINNERS SUBS PIZZA i i i'I !
Church
her home on Raiford Road, a party Winkler, Mrs. Warr.en University, Birmingham, Ala. Sunday. : I

The Green home was attractively Monday Homestead night Restaurant, at the in Birthday Party Winkler, Miss June Hardy, is home for the holidays. _u_ '_"___ I I 1 { i : .
decorated in the Mrs. J.E. Hardy, Mrs. -------- I MONDAY THURSDAY
holiday motif for the occasion. Keystone Heights. For 4 Year Old 'Tommy Chastain and Mrs. r
The dining tables for the 12 During the dinner Rev. Douglas dit If
Sinclair
members were centered with George Harper presented Ed Clyde Wayne .. 11:00: 9:30: PM !
"
miniature Christmas Pfiester, choir director, and Little Elizabeth Ann Rowell W J
Mrs. Inez Green, organist, celebrated her fourth birthday Gray Flynn and Greg FRIDAY & SATURDAY I tt ,_ .
arrangements.Rev. George with the books "Someone Saturday, December 6, at a Reddish of the University of OOI LDC30C]( 'U I :
those Harper. was Cares." party from 2:30: to 4:30: p.m. South Florida and Starke resi- 11:00: AM- 11:30: PM' ,1\1! r \
among attending dents, are spending this week ... - The the affair and '
26 enjoying given by her parents, Mr. /! 'I., .. I" "';', '' I'L'
were members of the choir, Mrs. Charles Rowell at their with their roommate, Bob / !
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(.IU AND>UPS FOUR TIIIUE wives and husbands. home The on party SR-16.was' held in the field Joyce, ,Ohio.Rodney and. family in Mans- ( L$ : WJE ; x. ..:".."... r:-[.-1-

Group Three with Mrs Ginger Fortner yard where the refreshmenttable Hall, Richard -
covered with
Charles Dinkins, chairman, Santa was Claus cloth and cent a Jockel, Mrs. V.J. Spengler, Custom Cutting & Wrapping Of
and Group Four, Mrs. J.D. C.AA. RobertsonTo tered with a Santa Claus cake. and Eddie Douglas attendedthe
Yeager, chairman held a joint held annual meet \
jointly
Christmas decorations were Beef Pork And Pork
covered dish or Curing
Christmas
ings of the Florida School
Wed Dec. 25 used at vantage points.
luncheon Tuesday of last weekin Assisting in and Board Association, the Flo- 1\
serving
l Hall. Yours Ours
Fellowship Mr. and Mrs. G. Sidney caring for the 15 little guests rida Superintendents' Association or
The buffet table
was covered the Florida School
Fortner of Starke announcethe were the honoree's grandparents -
and centered with a Christmas with a Christ cloth approaching marriage of Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Board Attorney's Association, Hwy 301 N. Starke, Fla. 150 W. Main Street ,,,,., ,;- .....
and the Florida
their daughter, Margaret Ann Strickland and Mrs. Arlene Negotiator'sAssociation Ph. 496-3879
mas arrangement. (Ginger), to Chesley Michael Rowell of Jacksonville and in Miami Beach Phone 964.6991 -
with Members their exchanged gifts Robertson son of Capt. and her aunt, Mrs. Donnie Thorn last Thursday to Saturday. __., 0 LAKE BUTLER
prayer partners Mrs.Chesley Hines Robertsonof .
during, the party. Marianna and Mrs. Dana ton.Santa Claus put in his appearance -
Harper Guests and were Mrs.Rev.Henry George Godwin Robertson of Fort Worth, during the party to

president of the United Texas. give Christmas suckers to the A from
Methodist Women. Miss Chipola Fortner Junior is College a graduateof and children.DUPLICATE BRIDGE holiday regular pricesLaZBoy

the University of Florida.Mr. .
GROUP FIVE CLUB WINNERS
.
Robertson studied
Group.. Five met Tuesday drama at Chipola Junior Minou Wainwright and Jeff
night of last week at the home Wrenshall were the winning
College and Texas Christian
of Mrs. Drew Reddish with University. couple at Duplicate Bridge
Mrs. Don Hardenbrook, chair. The wedding will take placein Tuesday night: Mrs. F.J.
man as cohostess.Refreshments Shaw and Mrs. S.W. Hamiltonwere Reclina-Rockers
Gaeta, Italy on December
were served second and Mrs. J.D.
25 where Mr. Robertson is
from a table covered with a Odom and Mrs. Lex Green
serving in the Navy.
lace cloth and centered with a were third.

red and silver Christmas arrangement ... -
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Mrs. Harden-

book; presided b.dwl v at I f N the 5 crystalpunqh INDIAN.RIVER j t .JQ\\ .... $
'jggj
**During thai'! .evening' the --J l "'' Jj.. Sale I .., $179 "
members macJe'7S-Christmas 'rQIIIY* i t A KI S\\.tC1' on


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Published every Thursdayat Naval s11 ,
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Starke Florida 32091 RANGES
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Anna was probably one of z
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Stretch Sewing Class Case Dismissed, 2 Get Probation In County Court I

Three jury'trials were dis- Paul Hamilton changed his petit larceny and was placed Judge Sanders ancfUned l $76

Stretch Sewing Class posed of, on Monday Decem- plea from not guilty to assault on probation' for six months by court costs. ., -.....
Bradford '
ber 15 in County
number
two of the Starke and battery to guilty of bare
Recreation Department will Court with the jury being un- assault. Judge Elzie S. San- ..
be held at the Pratt Street necessary after two of the ders placed Hamilton on court SPI1C
;
Center beginning Thursday, cases had defendants chang probation for six months to .f7
January 8, at 7 p,m. ing their pleas and a third run concurrently with his circuit .
Registration will be held on case was dismissed.The court probation. From '-
the first night of the class. The .tP state dismissed its case Charlie Scott pled guilty to .

instructor will be Mrs. Gloria r.tr against Johnny Banks .,...... ,
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SPEIDEL ID' BRACELETS

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I : 'PRINCE GARDNER LEATHER GOODS
Mr. and Mrs. Vickers of
Orlando were Sunday luncheon N
guests of Mrs. Clyde i-T1. .. Hwy 16 702'E. Brownlee S $ O00 Trade Inc 0
2.O 9
,Sinclair. Allowance :

and Mrs. Mack Futch ___ D
Mr.
and family are residing ur Mullet g On A Seiko Quartz ,

Futch temporarily after with the home Mrs. C.A.they G .b. TroutShrimp Or w One Of The Most Accurate Watches Made Today' 3C n

were renting at Kingsley Lake m
was totaled by fire recently.Dr. Red Fish ''ONE GROUP OF SPECIALS jjj.

C 14 Kt. Gold ,
J.E. Denmark and son :: -
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John, Byron Terwillegar andSteve rs c : O !/2 2 'Earrings
Denmark were fishingat sta

weekend.St. Augustine over the The Answer Is Christmas"The I Diamond Ring Sets

Answer is Christmas"will be presented at the RJE school cafeteria Sunday night Dec More 2
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lutonof 21 at 8 p.m. The public Is Invited to attend and there Is no admission charge. Fresh Daily From MQ. Pendants And Many 0
Olmsted, Ill, are holiday The play depicts people who don't know (he meaning of Christmas. I -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Titus Players are left to right Steven Goodman, George Griffin John Goodman Renee Wim- Cedar Keys Florida ::r
Olson. berly Robin Williams, Carol Hall, Granver Harris Gerald Goodman Clifford Harmon Those < m C Use Our Lay-A-Way Plan At No Extra Charge <-D,

sitting are Tiffany Birch, Sheila Harris and Ronald Marks. O
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Mr.daughter and Mrs. Mike of Indianola Sistrunkana .-. .-.-, Lacy Rigdon, 73 Special ToChurehs Club Etc. 1 7t7
WRAPPING 5
Miss arrive Sunday to spendthe Discounts ; FREE GIFT
holidays with her parents, Funeral services for Lacy to Starke He was a retired both of St. Petersburg; nine Special
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Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Scoggins. Dee Rigdon, 73, will be held building contractor and a grandchildren and four great ; FREE GIFT WITH EACH PURCHASE -
today (Thurs.. Dec. 18)) at 2 member of the Union grandchildren.Elder .
Local admittances to p,m. in the DeWitt C. Jones Primitive Baptist Church. W.O. Thomas will Mr. Fish Er It cS- SIGNAL WATCHES ELGIN CROTON
Bradford County Hospital this Chapel.Mr. Survivors include a son, officiate at the funeral and
week include: William Rigdon, Morgan Road, Deelacy (Sonny) Rigdon of burial will be in the Dyal
Hansen. Mrs. Lucille Starke, died in the Bradford Jacksonville; a daughter; Cemetery.
Knowles, Mrs. Annie Hut- County Hospital Tuesday Mrs. Bonita Wilder of Jack-
chmgs Mrs. Mamie Parrish, morning. Born in Bradford sonville; a brother, Arthur I OPEN EVERYINCLUDING
James Lovett, Aaron Sumner, County on Aug. 21, 1902, he Rigdon of Jacksonville; two EAGLE NIGHT TILL 1O
Donald Staton and Mrs. Marie had lived in Jacksonville for sisters, Mrs. Docia McMillianand
demons, Starke; William many years before returning Mrs. Marian Pennell, SUNDAY
Browning, Mrs. Inez Stewart AND CHRISTMAS EVE
and Mrs. Celia Redding,
Raiford; Mrs. Patsy Magnus
and Mrs. Blanche Cunningham -

Mrs. Katie, Keystone Saxon and Heights Mrs.; u"n

Dovie Hogan Hampton; and !] whim
Mrs. Minnie Phillips, Lawtey.Mrs. Mti.wI

George W. Brown is
convalescing at her home at
Kingsley Lake following sur- J&iu.iiL7. 0IJ
gery Monday\ of last week in

Alachua General Hospital. : _
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Steve Simmons returned t'y f0

Sunday after undergoing fur- 1Dp 0'SDr
ther head skin graft in Shand's
Teaching Hospital last Fri + $D AB SSSE$1o
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Mrs. E.D. Tenly returned
Sunday from Alachua General MEN'S
Hospital where .she was a e DOUBLE KNIT "

patient following a heart .\ ,POLYESTER SLACKS 'teaS
dlt tit V'k last week,. ? ._

(Friends of Ben "Sarge" WAI 1 AY/ WAI IAYt 5:88
Suslow, a former Starke resident ft.- 1,81 EY 11% 1
who would like send
to B PC.PUNCH BOM.SET PACKS OF4STEMURE Con mention ,the> name"but
him a Christmas greeting 7 qt. punch bowl 12 cups, 12 By Anchor Hacking. Cocktail, it's the nation's, HI maker,
may do so by addressing himat hooks, 1 lodle. Prescut glasi. champagne, goblet or wine.. .r now yours. for dollars I less! Selection
Kenoza Nursing Home, 87 of solids.plaids,tash
Shattuck, Haverhill, Mass. lan patt_ .. SIMS, 79 40.
CHA MGLDNETTE
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FAMOUS MAKE LEISURE JACKET WE GOT'EM!THE MUGINAL g1rrMr
Friends will regret to hearof AT A DYNAMITE LOW PRICE! LEVIS IUIE JEANS
the death of Mrs. Sidney Top name in leisure, w..... Selec Th. shrink-to-fit. leans that hove
Strickland in Lake City on r lion of many fabrics. Including been America's favorites" since t N
A err. IOC'S" polymer knit. Handsome 18501 Guaranteed pair free
Portabl. : a new
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Strick barb.qu. travels anywhere Perfect wow. colors in sizes. S, M,L, XL. "if f they rip I Sizes, 19-3 1M
land were former Starke resi for patios, porch, mobilo hornet I The LP / r

dents. Gas cylinder, got connector; stand, permanent J Il2% a d MEN'S FLAHNEL SHIRTS
e
!Mr. and Mrs. N.P. Riccardiand briquettes and cooking grid conveniently fit Into M PC.GLASSWARE SET SANTA CLAUS FACE MUGS. s 1 I WAS SAUv4e
son. Bryan of Miami will the attache-like for Get 8 each: 6 01. juice, 9 ot. Hand decorated: red-white ce J.W .
case carrying.
easy on-ta-rocks, 12 oz. tumbles ranicmeL..agr aiftl II
be holiday guests of Mr. and -MI .. ,
1 ICYS'FUllIIEL SHIRTS
!Mrs. F.W. Strickland.
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Mr. and Mrs. Randolph syds t .T V E i I -
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moved from Kingsley Lake to Good Through Christmas ( house Warm up with all these th. guys cozy cotton in the
Lake Butler \ flannelettes. Tailored I..-cot.i' .
FraaroFTHE LOOM I .. h,;. orful plaids(for men S.M.L.XL
!Mrs. WB. Mundy, Mrs. WAS IAr/ WAIMT srv/ ,and boys sued. 8-18.
George Anderson and Mrs. r GIFTS-CRAFTS J.Ift 1.81 281

G.H. Bennett visited Mrs. PC.FLATWARE SET 11 PC.FLUE MU.ON SET MEN'S FRUIT OF THE LOON
Garl Mathews in Alachua Stainless stn(. 6 each: fork, 4 each: dinner plates, bread & MEN'S AM IOYS FRUIT OF TW LOOM UNOEMnUH DRESS GLOVES TlU FOIl LEN
General Hospital Sunday. knife, teaspoon, soup spoon butters, cups and saucers.M Soft, springy, absorbent canon knit lor comfort and long wear.SM.LXL. .
!Mrs. Mathews underwent sur- L ORGANSYou Athletic shirts 172.TS. Briefs l/l.M. T-shirts, round -
of last week. i or v-neck.I/I.1S.Sanforised cotton broadcloth shorts,28--42/2, 8/4.81./
gery Monday Boys' all cotton, full cut briefs or T-shirts. 16.1/2.2S./ Wan vinyl and BtQafTa Handsorwpa t.ms,
knit, S, N, L. quality to.lo"nllI -
Mr. and Mrs Robert Barks-
dale are returning to their Are Invited To Come See Our Unique Shop & MSSES' MISSES' MSSES'
SCREEN PRINT + SILKY T-TOPS PflE-NASHEO MKSEV
home in Humboldt, Tenn. Register For A Free Gas Grill To Be Given
Dec. v
Away : WAS: 'IArt I POLYESTERMNTTOPS MOW-LOOK LIU DENIM DOUBLE KMT
!Monday after two months 24 At 5 P.M.Lake. WAS f I/ P0= 21% + mum JEANS POLYESTER
here. tAVlLN SAYS 18 IAVI l.H rr f /!'// FLARES
OPEH OR COVERED ROASTERS PAPER PLATES, PK.OF1H *i
Debbie Spengler and Anne Dwellers 16'/allsy4"wpm roaster orIlx7 9" sue. Llqul-seal surface !I -
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llaynes of the University of Sr 21 By Sears Open 9-5 Mon Sat grease t
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473.3752 Open TII 9 P.M.Thru Christmas B-PIECE f 65% nylon
home for the holidays. COOKWARE SET CORDIAL kiontiflca.y ? waist, popular
SAYS IJt DECANTER SET and bock aref L.ed 351 Scoop nick prSn oondes.d. w k'fashion 0.colors.Top
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Prison Terms Meted Out In Busy Circuit Action ;.h......... ........................................................... ..................... .............................................................'
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One of the busiest weeks In State Prison (FSP) inmate mate, was sentenced to ten session of state cutively with his will
recent in a weapon by a current son on an aggravated assault run consecutively. His trial has been set for Feb.
climaxed years Circuit court was sentenced to 18 months in months in prison prisoner. This time also will prison term charge to run consecutivelywith Judge Sanders, prior to the 16, 1975:
of Friday with the disposition prison on an escape charge charge to run consecutive run consecutively with any William Junior Norris and any sentence now servo case going to the jury granted The trial of Calvin Martini
number
terms meted a of prison with the term of the sentenceto with any sentence he is now time he is now serving. Ronald Lee Steele were both ing. The state dismissed a defense attorney Vic Hulslan- Jr., Walter B. Thompson andRonnie
John J. Crews out of by Judge run consecutively with any serving. James Callahan, FSP inmate sentenced to 12 months I in charge of possession of a der's motions for a directed Risby. slated to be
Gainesville. time now serving. Kenneth Francis was sentenced was sentenced to 18 prison on an escape charge weapon by a state prisoner verdict of acquittal on chargesof held onThursday and FridayDec.
Benjamin Daniels, Florida Johnny W Jones, FSP in- to 18 months for pos months in prison to run conseDAHMER'S with bout terms to run consecutively against Lee. larceny of a motor vehicle 11 and 12, was postponed
. ssasssar with any now serving. In other late-week court and a charge of aggravated _by Judge Crews until Feb. 16,
Michael Alan Miles was activity a four woman, two assault. The motion was 1975. They are charged with
sentenced to serve one year in man jury found Jack James granted on, the grounds that sekual I battery of a 14-year-old
DISCOUNT prison on a charge of unlawful McHaney guilty (Of escape and the offenses did not occur In girl.
possession of a controlled sub- possession of a weapon by a Bradford County as they Motion to defer the trial was
stance, the sentence to run state prisoner. The trial was 'happened at the dump In granted at the request of Vic
CH.tck Thw concurrently with any now held with Bradford County Union County.A Hulslander, Thompson and
112 E. Call St. 964-7923 Exciting Nw Digital. serving. Judge Elzie S. Sanders presid fifth charge against Risby's attorney and RobertA.
Charles Edward Lee was ing on Wednesday, Dec. 10, ina McHaney of breaking and Harper, Martin's attorney,
sentenced to five years in pri- day-long trial. entering with intent to commit as they were unable to take
Judge Sanders sentenced petit larceny was dismissed depositions from the com-
Has A Gift ForEveryone CORRECTION! McHaney to serve eight yearsin by the state. plaining witness until this
The Telegraph reportedDec. prison on the escape charge Jimmy Higginbotham, also week and did not have adequate -
11 that Daniel Callan and five years in prison on the known as Jimmy Waters, chance to prepare a
became hostile and possession of a weapon by a entered a plea of not guilty to defense with the other heavy
threatened his boss, Leon state prisoner. The sentences auto theft and grand larceny. court, activity
Ellington, upon being fired ""''d-: :::" -=--- l'.Jo-L.' -- ---:-=-s:
from the county road depart- -

In The FamilyLITROWX only ment.after is Callan true being, but says struck threats the by statement came Ell- v ---M-. .::Diet pernini f

ington, and the, point is not I BUILDING CONTRACTOR
clear in the report. The Telegraph -
apologizes if the state Mt siai.kiY C.rlifl.J
ment was misleading. CUSTOM
3-FUNCTION ; 4962185'COMMERCIAL''
CORRECTION! BUILT|

reported The Telegraph in i its Dec.incorrectly 11 issue IL I HOMES CONSTRUCTION
L.E.D. DIGITAL WATC that Headstart took second
place honors for its float in the COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLER, 1

Ftatursi. "ght.lonllllenina oolid-... actual annual Christmas second place parade.winnerwas The I -' -<=; .
light emitting diode display of hour and
minute function with pulsating Bradford Vo-Tech cosme-
dlcetor for seconds separating the hour tology class and Headstartwon
4995 end minute raiding third place in the judging.
The Strawberry Queen float
was fourth place winner. The JIM TATUM'S GREATEST
STRAP 39 95 Telegraph apologizes for the

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8:30a.m.: Holy Eucharist; 9:45:
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SUNDAY-Radio Broadcast CAN OPENER AND SPECIAL SOLUTION
8:35: a.m.; Morning Training UCM
Hour 10:00: a.m.; Morning.. 5
Worship Service 11:00: a.m.; :.J 59' COLOR CLEANS
Evening Bible Study 6:00: p.m. *AAxuCONTROL.SELECTOR 888 REG. 888 FASTI DENTURES 988
Worship Service 7:00 p.m. Rod Road Out 10.99 -
WEDNESDAY Evening bl.Barn) REQ. 11.99 REG. 12.99
Worship Service 7:30: p.m. Multiple: Function

Christmas Program Sunday I
Evening December 21 at 7:00: WHAT IS YOUR MOOD
p.m. ;! ONESKINNY JUMBOSATURN
t'is RINGS OF 6 INCHES $

First Presbyterian t' DEEP
Church Schedule '
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; DIP r ROSEBUSHES
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Rev. I. I
Herbert Parsons from Camp f:! 1 REFIECTSYOUR REG '
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A Family Night Supper and CpOONe OR SILVER COLOR HIBACHI'GRILL; ALUMINUMFOLDING
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This Sunday evening Dec. c
21. at 7 p.m., the Pine Level LIMI1 ,
Baptist Church will present its I. 4 DA 1R1L 77
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candle lighting, the Christmas ""'w NSTANT
scene, special Christmas + 39 COLOR FILM
CONDI110NER MQGIWITH
songs by the different "
departments, and a three-act CARTRIDGE WEL
play, "The Teenage Christ-
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this Sunday evening. Pine Schick SCHICK
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Experience the Joy of NEX '
Christmas every week at s O 8.99 5
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The Spirit of Christmas Is } TO PICTURE
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who worship each Sunday J pODeNE =
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Ben P. Bryant .19 C0LD
Pastors 0 LAtT C prescriptions at low, low prices!
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William George /1 oR 4'S Compare: .our prescription.prices with what '

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Hazel Surrency

ASSORTED Mrs. Hazel W. Surrency of
r BAll Hawthorne died Wednesday
Dec. 10, at the Hillhaven resthome.
G/ass g S alto She was 79.

,,. mother Mrs. of Surrency Mrs. George was Harper the

ORNAMENTS of Starke.
25Off Mrs. Surrency was born in
Watertown. N.Y. and had
come to Hawthorne from
WHITE
Bryceville, Fla. She lived in
Hawthorne for 53 years and
was a member of the Haw

r TISSUE PAPPERA:9': c thorne. 52 Eastern and the Star Haw ChapterNo. 'Ihnrne
: 44 United Methodist Churn'
Survivors include I three
VAN WICK // ""-v-y
Mrs. Waldo
daughters: Kara-
wm CHRISTMAS, bee,Jacksonville Beach; Mrs.
George Harper, Starke, and
,COFFEEMAKER CARDS : Mrs. W.O. Anderson, Ml.
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: ; .rINGS Dora; two sons: Dick and
Allan Surrency, both of Haw-
10-PAGE AEG PRICE thorne; one sister: Mrs. Clare
31'GHr ence Jones, Tallahassee, 23
PHOTO ALBUM :. grandchildren and nine great
!r grandchildren.Mrs. .
_-4' .( CAHDOt'R WITH BULBS 77 .Surrency's funeral was
REG. 2.99 I SALE : . REG.: .2.39; p held Friday, Dec. 12, in the
1" First United Methodist
SECURES YOUR
PICTURES WITH- 1 ASSORT was Church in the(in family Hawthorne.plot in Burial Haw
OUT MESSY GLUE 69 c J ED thorne.

OR PAPER CORNERS. Model 1001 2I99 rAGS
ASSORTED COLOR AND Debi i Bowers 21
REG. SEAS REG. eg- C ,
44
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$24" .i \ . Miss Debi Bowers, 21, of
13 ANGEL Keystone Heights died
HAIR Wednesday, Dec. 24, from
J- / ... FOR injuries received' in an
2Eu YOUR TREE automobile accident near
.1 37c Ocala. .
. Born in Avon Park on June
20 8. 1954, Miss Bowers for the
FASHION I'GBr past 2'-2 years had been
1 employed as a radio dispatcher -
COLORS! MINI.( for the Starke Police
,113
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ser C She was a
ASSORTED Department.
s9a 6
MATERIALS INFRAdrytyla.ttinqWIM ) . . 6 Church.member' of the Community

Super drying Power. 3-way' RED HEAT 9 Plastic Survivors include her
I control twitch dry.
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super
1 LADIES MODELB140 parents, Mr. and Mrs. DonaldT.
styling. stuchments.LADY U C NDY R ego '1a. Bowers of Keystone
GARLAND CP Heights; seven sisters: Mrs.
CARDIGAN SCHICK SPEEDSTYLERDRYER POLUHEX DEEP HEAT SALE 99 Teri York of Orlando, Beckie,
Kitty Kandi, Kristie, Karol,
SWEATER BACK and Katrina Bowers, all of
PAl OF 25 Keystone Heights; her
paternal grandmother, Mrs.
MASSAGER. p' FANCY Vera Bowers of Lake Placid

ti .1 I MODEL 352 'r BOWS . .: 48c and maternal grandmother of ,
.6.9. Mrs. Lillian Bridges Avon

'...-;. 588 1788 GENTLE VIGOROUSMASSAGE.Oft 31 88 I "' 2. 6 Park.Funeral services were held
INCH
REG. : :-: ; JUMBO Saturday afternoon in the
Church with the
Community
19.99 36.99 REG. 4 .i.' j;)4:,.'. PAPER OR REG. pastor, Rev. Leroy Lewis,

e. J .. ..' 10JI . .1.29 99 officiating. Burial was in
I? . Keystone with DeWitt C Jones
Funeral Home In charge of
I W .. COTTON services.
TERRA COTTA i
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HANGINGPLANTER rREE SKIRT .!TExREG.BePARKLE. :: 6 c Viola Thorn pson

. 6 Mrs. Viola Thompson, 74,
died Sunday night at the
TREE' Baptist Hospital in
1s. Jacksonville after an extended -
POLLENEX>>
+ .99 .;stet $ 26 illness.
1 EG. STANDS .. .
DeruMe MrsWThompson yyMisboynin
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.. Columbia Countjq&Jiyed, in
$366 the Like "Butler
MEN'S MASSAGERPENETRATING community
Zs 0 Fl. until movirfg to Jacksonville
299 CURLING 10 years ago. She was A
SWEATSHIRTS INFRA- member of the First Baptist
RED HEAT & MASSAGE RIBBON Church.
ASST'D. COLORS J SPOOL REG. C 1 Survivors include three
100%cotton. nsrIf .59'. . 44 sisters, Mrs.Lattice Tucker: of
Small.Medium. 4 4' Lake Butler Mrs. Juanita
Large..or XLsrg. REG. 2 TERRA COTTA REG.' Johnson of Jacksonville and
PLANT PLANTER WITH 14.95 USE YOUR MASTER CHARGE E .Mrs. Geneva Wilkerson of
2.99 NOT COLORED SISAL ROPE. U #HM 10A4PLANTERS AND BANKAMERICARDI I Lawtey; three brothers, T.S.
INCLUDED 18 PIECE i Thomas, Sr. of Lake Butler
CRYSTAL- Augustus Thomas of Tampa
,; and Cecil Thomas of Polk
LIKE ,
BOY'SBIKE FLAVOR HOUSE
HUFFY 20 INCH 12- OZ. City nephews.; and a host of neices and

THUNDER STARBICYCLE 12 OZ. OIL ROASTEDSUNFLOWER LIMIT PUNCHBOWL Funeral services were heldat
TWO. BLANCHEDPEANUTS I the, graveside in Dekle
Cemetery in Lake Butler at
3:30: p.m. Tuesday. Archer
r Funeral Home of Lake Butler
NUTSPLANTERS 1 ,I arranged the burial.
(riIi NO OIL OR SUGAR SET
(COASTER
WAS g gy i
TIRES Dr. Perez,40


REG. -- ,' 5UNFIOWEH REG. 1 1O977' > 1 BOWL ''I died Dr.of Guillermo cancer on Perez Saturday 40,,

79.88 1.35 366 8 CUPS Dec. 13. in Gainesville.
MODEL 9058 IN ARCTIC WHITE
> 8 HOOKS Dr. Perez had served as clinician
FINISH -TWIN CANTILEVERED 69 at
for clinics
LIMIT 2' > 1 LADLE pediatric
FRAME WITH EXTRA WIDE 29 Bradford County Health
TOE PLATES i I Department since 1966. A
DeMetsENGLISH HOLIDAY SPECIALS t memorial fund has been
., _i opened at the Sun Bank inI
GIRL'S HMIISE BRACH 't- I I Gainesville 411 North Mair)
REG. t

20 INCH AMF BICYCLE . ,4.9,97. 3988 TOfFEE TINS CANDY FILLED Y t; Street.Survivors include his wife
r! Alicia Perez, a daughter, All-
BEAUTIFUL ASSTD. | cia, and two sons, Guillermd
CONTAINERS STOCKINGc : and Gabriel, all of Gaines'
HI-IMPACT LEXAN d-tip > OZ. BAG LIMIT ville; his mother and father
o8V / Mr. and Perez of
3 Mrs. Silvio
: b TWO- REG. 79'
\ Miami, and a sister, Lucille
SKATE BOARD 88 Solis of Recite. Brazil. ,
HOI.uoa.lOUIO .:': ::;" ="" "1>,'" Funeral services were held
DROPS ** c : -.. Tuesday, Dec. 16, in the First
URETHANE WHEELS '
k REG. 19.99 17" 6 OZ.. LIMIT J3REG.43cEA. 101 { -=- i United Methodist Church.
25 INCHES LONG HEAVY
I Burial was in Evergreen
DUTY HARDWARE REG. 5.49 Limited Supply
Thomad
-aag tt a. wr Cemetery. Willlams-
Funeral Home was in charge
Holidiy tr / ELECTRICBLANKETS 1 of arrangements.

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CIiURCII ACTIVITIES teachers and administration Mrs. Wayne Gustafson LAWTEY Mr.and Mrs.. Ernest Grider of C.A. North. and Mrs. Charles Starling and
Church of God Sunday for
: the workbook money: The spent the weekend with her
Starke on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.Marcus Jerrittof children, visited their son-in-
School 10
a.m., Worship turnout for last
week'smeeting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Mrs. Holmes law and Mr. and
Carolyn was Jacksonville daughter,
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., was excellent and thechildren's Dobbs and family, and by Elizabeth spent
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: performance was grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Terry hostess at a Birthday party Saturday with their adopted Mrs. Andy Harvey and son, of
honoring her daughter, mother Mrs. Donald Perry on Sunday afternoon.
p.m., YPE Friday at 7:30: p.m. outstanding.Each Arlie'Dobbs.. Wayne' joined Rev. and Mrs. Jim Hall and Mr and Mrs., Hermie Kelly Regina, on Saturday afternoon Wilkison,, while Donald wentto Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Aguiarof
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday year on the last day of them on Sunday for the day. family. visited their sister-in-law, There were about 15 National Guard Camp at Jacksonville were Saturday
School 10 a.m., Worship school before the Christmas Mrs. Robert Smith, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice
Mrs. Thelma
Kelly of!
had of their brother
guests present. They a Ga. the night guests
Kings Bay, over
Services 11 and
a.m. 6:30: p.m. vacation, the children have Tom Whaley and their were Tuesday evening dinner Gainesville on Monday. cookout and served ice cream weekend. and sister-in-law Mr. and
., Prayer; Meeting Wednesday at had afternoon parties. This mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson guests of their son and Wayne Massey visited his and cake afterwards. Mrs. Pierce Crews, and Mrs. Truman Norman.
7. p.m. year the parties will be ,went to Palatka Thursday daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. sister-in-law, Mrs. Edward Jack Wainwright and son, of Mrs. W.F. Atwood, visited her Mr. and Mrs. J...., Robertson
Faith Baptist: Radio replaced by a visit from Santato to visit her son-in-law and Graham.
Phil Eunice of Lee Massey, in Alachua Tallahassee spent the mother, Mrs. Onie Thornton, spent Sunday with their
Program over WPXE Starke each room. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes of General Hospital, Gainesvilleon weekend with his mother, in St. Vincents Hospital, son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
Sunday 8 a.m. Bible School 10 School will be dismissed Griffis. and Mrs. Maines
at
Brunswick, Ga. were Wednesday.Mr. .
Mrs Truby Wainwright, Jacksonville, on Saturday and Mrs. C.K. Cowan of
'a.m., Worship Services 11 the regular time, 3:20: on Griffis and children. Mr Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thorntonand recently. afternoon. Jacksonville.
a.m.' and 7:30: Prayer Friday December 19. School Griffis just returned home
,
p.m. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. family of Jacksonvillewere Mr. and Mrs. Cecil An- Mrs. Edith Swinney spent "'
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. will begin after the holidayson from Putnam Memorial Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Saturday dinner guestsof derson and family of McAlpin Sunday with her son-in-law SERVICEMEN
Bible Study. Tuesday, January 6, 1976. Hospital, Palatka on Tuesday. Massey and girls, and Father Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts Wm C. Anderson, and Mr. andMrs. : and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Seaman Griffis
Grace United Methodist: Bill Dorman of Winter A.E. Massey, visited his son, and Barry Lee.Clarence David Bricker of Live S.L. Swindell and family, of Nov. 26 Coast Guard Sea
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. PERSONALS Garden was a Saturday dinner Spurgeon Massey, In St. Cannon of Oak, Miss Mary Ann Lyons Jacksonville. While there they man Apprentice Gerald E.
>Worship Services 11 a.m. and Leroy Lovett of Jackson guest of his uncle and aunt, Vincents Hospital Jacksonville visited his aunt, and Denise, Miss Irita took her to see their new homein Griffis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
17 p.m. Choir Practice 7 p.m. ville was a Sunday dinner 'Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevail. Jacksonville, on Thursday Mrs. Loca Raulerson on Crawford of Starke, Miss San Jose. Gerald E. Griffis of Route I,
and United Methodist guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Friends of Mrs. O.J. Phillips night. Saturday morning.Mr. Dorothy Swanbom, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Waters Camp .Blanding! Starke,' Is
,Fellowship 8 p.m. Wednesday.; Eunice. regret to learn that she is a Mr. and Mrs. Mervin and Mrs. Wayne Darlene Norman and sons of ,attended a Blue Grass Convention embarked on a weather patrol
Highland Baptist: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Joey Crewsare patient in Bradford County Walters of Feasterville, Penn. Massey were host for a family Lawtey, were Sunday dinner Friday night and aboard the Coast Guard
School 10( a.m. Worship Ser- the proud parents of a Hospital. Our prayers are spent a week, Dec. 6 -12, with get together to celebrate guests of Mrs. Elsie Norman. Saturday at Orlando. Cutter Roger B. Taney, home-
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. little girl Charity Ann, born with her. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts and their daughter, Virginia's 9th Bill, Keith, and Butch Mrs. Wayne Hardee and ported at Norfolk Va.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Dec. 1, in Shands Hospital, Mrs. Joyce Futch of Starke Barry Lee. birthday on Saturday night. Taylor of Hanover Ind. visited children spent Wednesdaywith lie and his shipmates are
7 p.m. Gainesville. Grandmothersare returned to her home in Mrs. Loca Raulerson visited They served ice cream and their brother-in-law and her parents, Mr. and manning Ocean Weather Station -
Northside Baptist: Sunday Mrs. Ida Wheeler and Blackshear. Ga. on Friday her two uncles, Dolph and cake. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mrs. Fred Carter of Clay Hill. Hotel, the only U.S. weather
School 10( a.m. Worship Services Mrs. Annie M. Crews. Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Douglasof Truby Griffis, and aunt, Miss Mr and Mrs:'Chuck Phillips Lock, and family on Saturday Mrs. Paul Griffis of station of its kind, located
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Friends of Mrs. Onie Miami spent a few days Dot Griffis of Satsuma on and mother, Mrs. Fannie night. Keystone Heights was' a 200( miles east of the Virginia
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Thornton, sister of Mrs. with their cousins, Mr. and Saturday afternoon Hosier of Jacksonville, visited Mrs. Edith Swinney spent Sunday afternoon guest of her Capes. They will provide early
7 p.m. Pierce Crews, regret to learn Mrs. Oscar Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Charley their in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Friday night with the C.A. sister-in-law Mrs. C.R. Crews. warning of storms
that she is a surgical patient in Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hall Mosley and family of Jim Rosier, on Sunday af North and S.L. Swindell Roy Griffis of Plant City A 1974 graduate of Bradford
SCHOOL NEWS St. Vincents Hospital, and daughter, of Naples, were Highland were Sunday dinner' ternoon. children of Jacksonville while was a Sunday dinner guest of High School, SUrke, Griffis
special thank you Is ex Jacksonville. Our prayers. i.re Friday overnite guests of their guests of their parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulley their parents attended a birth Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. joined the Coast Guard in
tended to the PTA from the with her. brother and sister-in-law, and Mrs.. Lonnie Teston. visited their uncle and aunt, day celebration honoring Mr. Mrs. Ola Starling and Mr. September 1974.

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CHRISTMAS TREES i-


A house fire on Christmas
Day! Who needs it? But what
can you do to prevent it?
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Christmas Part of the tree answer treated is to witha usea Andy Baldree Commended

fire retardant. If you cut
i your own tree, drench the Charles Andy Baldree, Jr. with Future Farmers of
needles, while they are fresh, of Starke, State Forestry America.In .
: with a solution of high-grade Award winner was recentlycongratulate
phosphate fertilizer (one on his con- his prize-winning project,
pound of 21-53-0 crystals per servation efforts by Baldree planted 30,000 slash
gallon of water). Representative Don Fuqua at pine seedlings, gum farmed
The entire cast and from the Congressman'sGainesville 1,000 turpentine faces
scenes play. Don't waste your effort selectively harvested 20
office. At right is
trying to fireproof a tree that acres, and prepared 40 acresof
has been cut for some time, Paul Hutchins, Agribusiness land for planting.. lIe also
since a dead or brittle tree will Education teacher and FFA constructed 15 miles of
Paul Revere Rides Advisor at Bradford High
AgainOn not abosrb water or School. firebreaks burned 370 acres

chemicals.Or by prescription, produced 50

Middle School StageThe200th if you buy a cut tree, look The award is presented cords of pulpwood, 16 cords of
fuel wood. 175 fence
for a label reading,'"FLAME annually by SCL-L & N posts, and
23 barrels of crude
RETARDANT." This means Family Lines cooperation gum.

anniversary of the that the tree was treated effectively -
Julia Griffis
whom he The play depicted the ride of
birth of our nation was a when cut. Pick out a
described as a "fantastic Paul Revere to Lexington to < IEIHCu'Ii'fi' Lgli f]
Dec. ,
commemorated Friday. teacher." tree with fresh supple
the colonists and
5 at the Bradford Middle warn leading branches be sure it doesn't
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such Sam Adams (iJ tE '
patriots as : I
School with the presentationof shed its needles when
The cast consisting of 14 and John Hancock that the you 1 ,"
"Paul Revere, Rider of shake it.
actors, worked hard ..
very .British soldiers were about to by NellCrawrord '
Lexington. during the past five weeks to attack the American colonies. Any natural Christmas tree
The play was presented by insure the success of the play. Revere pleads with Hancock should be kept fresh as long as
the 8B Green Group under the They spent many days duringthe and Adams to escape before possible. As soon as you get it, Saturday, Dec. 13, was a On behalf of the bassmasterclub
direction of Timothy Thrift, a. past month practicing the the British soldiers arrive but saw off the butt at an angle to beautiful day on the t>t. Johns I would like to congratulate -
student teaching intern in play after school and Hancock is reluctant. He feels expose plenty of sapwood and River. the two. I think Earl fin-
social studies under Mrs. preparing the set. that it is his duty to stay and, keep the cut end completely Fishing was not that good ally got his point across about
,
for the bassmasters. Creek north of Palatka.
u_ immersed in clean water as Deep
Tommy O'Brien and I fished After five tournaments
we
long as keep the tree. If
you
fight beside the brave don't to set the tree together and talked to several find the top ten bassmastersas
men of Narrator Virginia you plan
Point of view. . Lexington.The Crawford; Paul Revere-Chub up immediately, keep it- still fished bass all fishermen week unable who to find had follows: K.F. Bryant HF.
Earl Muse
Jody
in water in cool
Johnson Robert Newman standing a ,
;
play was complete with Ray Hillman Joshua Bentley shaded place until you're the bass biting.December Staring, Pat Welch, Harold
sound effects such as ; is a so-called Brannam, Julian McRae Neil
gunshots Thomas Thomas ready to bring it indoors and
Barry
clock chiming. etc. The ; decorate it. "off" month for bass fishing, Crawford Charles Durkee
Revenue
Needed Richardson Roberts
Byron ; andMarch
Sharing actors were dressed to depict Sch- but in January, February and W.T. Smith.
Moore Dirk
Sergeant -
the 1775 colonial life style. It midt Reverend Jonas Clark Keep your tree away from things will be in full The best fishing months are
seemed as if time had been Denny; George John Hancock heaters, TV sets, fireplaces, swing. still ahead so you can look out
turned back 200 years and one ; and other heat sources. This If you have a hankering to come January, February and
Samuel
Just when cities and counties were county's budget, and county finances was really there looking on as David Fussell; Martin will keep the leaves as fresh tangle with jaws, just get your March.

getting used to receiving those federal would be seriously hurt by their with- Paul Revere made his historic Adams William Dawes- Tony Al Chapman;; and moist as possible. shallows tackle in shape and fish the We are sorry that HF
in late
beginning
revenue sharing funds, many public drawal. ride. Dolly Quincy Betsy Yawn; Don't use 'decorations with January through May. Wiggins had to miss the

officials are now worried over the According to Mr. Thrift, the Aunt Lydea Hancock Beth hot lights, poor insulation, Those hawgs should go on tournament due to sudden ill
possibility of losing them. The same thing might be said of city play could not possibly have Patray; Dr. Samuel Prescott-. exposed wires, or broken light bed in mid February, might ness. Mr. Wiggins is in the
government, and the fight to have been 'successful without the Johnny Bell; Major Mitchell sockets. even be earlier if this warm Alachua General Hospital
Congress is moving more slowly than the act cooperation and Clay Knight. weather continues. where he had an emergency
Congress renew revenue sharing en- Christmas is a good time to operation Says he is a little
expected on the proposed $39.85 billion has become priority No. 1 of the couragement the SB of the teachersof Musical effects were ren- buy a special present for your At6:30 a.m. all bassmasterswere sore on one side but has plans
measure which would funnel revenue National League of Cities. Mrs. teaching team. To dered by Sherry Gohagan, whole family a good fire off to their favorite hawg overtake Mr. Bryant at the
Peggy Stanwix-Hay hole The wind began to blowin
sharing funds on a population basis backto Mrs.Jeanne Loner Mrs. Judv, Cathy Schoening, Betsy extinguisher. It may sould mid morning and continued January tournament.I .
cities and counties for another Yawn, Lori Blakewood, Ruth bdd, but it's a good way to tell
five
Congressman Fuqua expressed hopeat Clark, and particularly Mrs. family that love through the day.At5.30p see Don Brown is sportinga
Hall you
Dirk
and Otherwise Julia Griffis, Mr. Schmidt. Beth your all bassmastershad bass rig with a
three-quarters years. the hearing that the program wouldbe Thrift and them. : m. new Ranger
the funds will cease to flow next spring.If re-enacted by next July with some the entire 8B section would Patray Cathy Ricky Grider.McSpaddenand returned to the landingand Merc. 115 hp. Don says he has
like to express their sincerest SEEDLING were ready to weigh in. plans to move into the top ten l
needed reforms. These would include
this should thanks. PACKET SALE After all boats weighed in. in January. Look out hawgs '
happen, it would triggera doing away with certain "penalties" Tina Norman, Jimmy The Division of Forestry's Earl "Hard Luck" Muse was On behalf of the Bradford
financial crisis for many city and against states, such as Florida and four Members of the cast were as Tomlinson and George Roller annual seedling packet sale is the winner. Bryant was Bassmasters, I would like to

county! governments. All over the others that do not have a state incometax follows: worked behind the scenes.. scheduled for January 10.. second and ,Charles Durkee wish each of you a happy holi-
nation/thousands of policemen, firemen, and now receive less revenue- Present plan call for redbud- landed the largest bass. day season and may 1976 be
recreation, and sanitation workers are dogwood red maple, and To top it off, Earl fished packed with good health and ,
sharing dollars as a result of the smaller Chinese tallow trees in each
being paid out of revenue sharing funds, alone in his boat as did R.F. happiness. Merry Christmas.Q.SMiycan't .
amount of taxes paid capita. packet.
per tt..
which now comprise as much as ten per County Agents By 1
cent or more of some city and county ... More news on this in the
Another needed reform would be next few weeks.Local .
budgets.At elimination of the "penalty" against Notebook Bobby ,t.

a "grassroots" hearing held by cities such as Starke that own Taylor ,
Congressman Don Fuqua recently at the municipal utility systems and divert :1" Talent

courthouse in Starke to sample opinion some of their profits to local govern- '1

from area officials the message came ment, thus lowering property taxes. Needed For
through loud and clear in favor of more I have gotten several calls Place at least one inch of
this past week about how to pea-size gravel in the bottomof FPL absorb the
revenue sharing funds with
fewer Cities with
municipally-owned plants make a terrarium and what the container. Terrariumsare Wagon TrainLocal
restrictions on how they are spent. .are now prohibited from classifying such type of plants to use in making easy to overwater and

monies as taxes in computing their local : some provision must be madeto
County Clerk Gib Brown, for instance, tax revenues on which revenue sharingis one.What is a terrarium, some take care of excess water. talent is needed to fuel adjustment

r stressed the need for revenue sharing to based. Rep. Fuqua favors allowing of you might be wondering. A Excess water filters down into perform the state's at the Bi-Centennial encampmentof
the
gravel and
remains thereto
help finance programs that are man- transfers to be counted taxes terrarium is a miniature
utility as serve as a reservoir. Wagon Train which will pass
enclosed ?
garden in
dated, but not funded, by the State. for revenue sharing, and this change either a round glass glass globe, through Bradford County Feb. costs
the After the gravel is in place 12 and for the
items at
Among mentioned were the would camp night
mean many+ more revenue sharing aquarium, largemouth bottle it
cover with from three to Graham.
increasing cost of maintaining some 250 dollars for Starke. large,stemmed glass or four inches of a good organicsoil
miles of graded roads and secondary another type of clear glass mixture. A mixture of one The Bradford County Bi- Zlie price of fuel oil has,

paved roads, and the proposal of the As expressed by1,Gainesville's city container part by volume of peat to one Centennial Committee is A skyrocketed to a point

State to make the county responsible for manager at the hearing;""The beauty! of Terrariums are ideal for part sandy soil is ideal. To this responsible for providing where
maintenance of 54 miles of primary revenue sharing is that local people growing plants under adverse mixture add and mix one entertainment to go along it now costs FPL

roads in the county that are now decide the best use for their money." artificially conditions. a They more produce or less every teaspoon two of quarts 6-6-6 of fertilizer soil. When for for with an the hour Bi-Centennial that night at theme the three times what it did in 1972. The

maintained by the State. Revenue sharing, in effect,brings "home ideal atmosphere for growing you place the soil mixture in encampment, according to average cost per day has risen from
rule" to the expenditure of tax moneys. numerous plants that could the container, you can level it Mrs. Carol Shields, chairmanof
Brown said that revenue sharing That is democracy m action where it not stand the normally dry if it is to be seen from all sidesor the wagon train activitiesfor $334,000 to over $1,000,000. The
funds now comprise 8.8 per cent of the counts. atmosphere of the average form it into slopes, the county.
of fuel 59% of
home The glass enclosurealso depressions' and various cost now comprises
protects delicate foliage shapes if it is to be seen Auditions for the Feb. 12 total
brittle stems and leaves that mainly from one side. |performance will be held Jan. our operating costs.

could be difficult to grow in 15, Mrs. Shields says. Per- To give a clearer idea of
H Russia and Angola the open, even if the. humidity You may use any of the I formers j are asked to phone you

was maintained. african following violets plants caladium such as, I the Bradford County what these figures mean, the price we

Terrariums are simple: to creeping fig. English ivy, Telegraph I to audition.at 964-6305 to signup paid for fuel oil last year was 3/2!
make and
set and
up once cryptanthus ,
The Soviet campaign to convert This Communist assistance has so far established they are easy to peperomla, philodendron Hoya times greater than our payroll
Angola into an African "client state" is enabled the MPLA to stand off the maintain and will thrive for scandens snake plant, The talent can by any Individual -
not the first time Russia has interfered ,attacks of the opposing forces, and long periods with minimumcare. selaginellat and pothos. or group that has an expense: and more than three times

militarily in the affairs of black Africa. actually make advances in some areas. Set the plants at the same act with or the music Bi-Centennial that goes theme along our total net income for the same

The Russian game seems to be to supplythe The type of container you depth they according to Mrs. Shields.
were in
But today, the Soviet's Angola moveis MPLA with assistance long enoughso select for the terrarium will the wild, garden or growing pot. year. That's why there's the fuel
much more likely to succeed than their be governed by several fac .
that it is eventually recognized by the tors. First choose adjustment charge on electric
one your
past efforts in that area, unless the stra- world as the "legitimate government" of suitable to the room where. it A glass cover is a must for The plants will survive for
is confronted effective Western most terrariums. It helps to long periods without fertilizer. bill. However we don't keep
tegy by Angola which can then enter any arrangement ,will be used. One not adaptedto one cent
The
I counteraction.The with the Soviets that it. a certain situation becauseof keep the humidity up and object should be to keep of that it all
shape or size will lose its prevents the terrarium from the plants healthy but growing money, goes to help pay

strategic stakes are also far pleases. effectiveness. Second select should drying not out be too fastened rapidly. too It vation slowly just diet.short A terrarium of a star- the fuel bill. We don't like paying

greater. Angola has a long seacoast in your container for ease of
West Africa, and if the Sovietbackedforces What now remains to be seen is what planting. Remember, the securely: :i direct should sunlight be kept, as away the plants from that much money for fuel,any more
of the U.S_will bring to smaller the opening in the
manner leverage in than do.We're
win the grown terrariums
current civil war being are those .
you
container the difficult Watering is ]
Moscow to its Angolan more it not a problem,
bear cease
waged in that country, then the USSR on will be to plant. since plants in naturally adapted to growing
a terrarium
stands to gain important air and naval supply effort,.,and how forcefully the require only a small amount. |in dark, damp areas In woods. doing all we can to keep

bases astride the South Atlantic sea Ford administration will use this tool. Once you have selected your Water only when the surfaceof Call me or come by my the,cost of your electric bill down.That's .
routes around container,all you have to do is the soil becomes dry then 'I office( if you have other
the Cape of Good **
Hope.: Russia has gone as far as it has in follow a few simple steps to add enough water to moisten questions' or if you would like a one reason we're buildingmore

I If successful this will complete viiitually ..Angola because they perceive a power have a terrarium.. the soil again.
the last link in the chain of Soviet vacuum there-one that they seek to fill
while the opportunity exists. is the least expensive source of
With of
global strategy at sea.' a system %JRID4 BRADFORD
bases that is almost world-wide, the Co r, energy available to us today.
already hpge"'and ,still growing Soviet Secretary of State Kissinger who, up 4p >ywy

fleet will be able to operate in 'everyocean till now has been absorbed in rosy mili'NCEr Letting you know is a part of our responsibility.

and make the U.S. naval missioncf dreams of "detente," has issued a .. .t
,' lines belated warning that "The United 0
maintaining our overseas
sup: y x117rIN
virtually possible to fulfill. States cannot remain indifferent" to BOB C FERGUSON.. JOHN. MILLER
... Soviet and Cuban military intervention.This Publishers I=P..

As matters now: stand, Russian ships strongly implies action on our partif Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the, Post Office at Starke, Fla;under Act

are using the harbor of Luanda to unload the Soviet intervention continues. At of March 3, 1879 FLORIDA POWER A LIGHT COMPANY
+4 quantities of war material in support of least, we are now aware that "detente"is Subscription rate in trade area' $6 per year: 3.50 six months.

1 the MPLA (Movement for the Libera-' a oneway street going in Russia's Outside trade area: 97 per year: $4,00 ux months. Peopte..serving people.P.ge .

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I BHS Cagers Give Coach Sexton His lOOth Win "" ,,., L : I


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The Bradford High varsity Moving to a 17-6 lead in the getting every one of his It put the Tornadoes. 2-1 on games. Tornado cagers went hit a cold spell and stood at was also tight enough in the
cagers easily defeated- first quarter on three buckets players into the contest. The the young season. 72-41 past Palatka South in five points for several beginning or each half to give
PaTatka South Braves 72-41 to by Kenny Hampton and three Tornadoes led at the'half 34- The Braves lost their fourth Palatka last Friday, Dec. 12; minutes. BHS a comfortable lead. For-
win thlirI'st game of the' buckets and a charity toss by straight game of the season. then came home Tuesday BHS led 29-17 at the half and est had trouble getting the ball
season and presented Coach Wayne Berry the Tornadoes 18.Margin in the third'stanza night, Dec. 16, to go 69-60 by 55-35 after the third period. inside.
Mike Sexton with his 100th were never headed in the .was increased to 50-29() as IcaraByQuartarti Ocala Forest. Friday's win The Tornadoes shot 40 per Wayne Berry led Tornado
victory as head man of the game. Alfred Ross chipped in two Palatka Bradford South Hlohr\ 17 16 22-72 was Coach Sexton's 100th and cent from the floor in the first rebounding with 19, Willis
6 12 41
11 12-
Tornadoes on Friday night The second chapter was noDecember field goals and a free throw.In Tuesdays victory evened the half, a 14 for 35 performance. Berry had 14, Alfred Ross 13,
13. in PaUtXa. different as Sexton started the first three minutes of Bradford High: Ald-ldga 2 2 6. season mark to date. They Increased their accuracy and Milton Baker 8. Willis
the final period the Braves Hampton 1.0.10. Brluht 102 Wlllll The Tornado five put Forestin to 50 percent in the Berry also had nine assists
chopped the margin down to Barry Baker 204 306,, Moody Ron }111 204,,Godwin Carter 0.1.1 102, the hole 18-6 in the first second half hitting 28 of 56 credited to him, and Alfred
55-40 as they outscored the Bait 1 1.1.3.I Wayne Barry 10.,!.n. Totals' period with a balanced field goal attempts for the Ross four.
i Tornadoes 115. But BHS got 32172. scoring attack led by MiltonBaker's game. Baker led BHS with 24
hot in the final five minutes of 2610 Palatka, Appllng South 102 Mitchell, Swagowty 339 Garlln 306, eight points. Baskets points, Willis Berry had 13: Score By IB QuarternHI 10 .27 14-69
the game and coasted to its Williams..4,Doarlno 23.7,story I 1.13. were added by Kenny Wayne Berry 12, and AlfredRoss OP 6 13 16 25-60
first win of the season, 7241. Total 12.1741.Using '. Hampton, Willis Berry and 10.Andy. .
Wayne Berry with a hot Freddie Aldredge. Forest Harshman and Ed Hit Baker 9 4 94,Wayne Berry 6 0
hand led the Tornadoes with could never overcome the dis- Raines each had 14 points for 'Moody 12, Ao.2.10.2 0.4. Hampton, Wllllt 2 0-4 Berry,Mdredoe' 53.13.0. Gerry White (5) attempts a
23 points. Alfred Ross with 11 an aggressive, tight advantage. Although the lead Forest, and Ray Williams 12. 2 2. Totals 28 13.69. shot at P.K. Yonge as the Blue
and Kenny Hampton with 10 zone defense Bradford High was narrowed to six points in The aggressive BHS defense OF Haruiman 3414 Ralnts 7014, Waves Tracey Fits ((33)) and
markers forced Forest turnovers. It WIIII.m.3.6.12.Hlwett 0.,Moon 044, David Hope ((41)) try figure
were the only Tor- cagers evened their season the final minutes, the outcome a
Hlrcn 226 I 1-46. TotalS 20.2060.
Guy
nadoes to hit in double figures. mark at 2-2 and gave Coach Tuesday night was never in way to stop him.
Keith Gartin was the high Mike Sexton his 101st basket- doubt.
point man for Palatka South ball victory at BHS in. action The game deteriorated intoa I IThe
with 10 points and Jerry Mit- this past week. rough and tumble affair in BHS In Holiday Tourney
chell had nine. Leading all the way in both the final period in which BHS

.-. Bradford High Tornado mention in the 4A poll which because of Ocala Forest being
Baby Tornado 2 basketball team will partici- was released on Monday, Dec. in the football playoffs the
Cagers Split pate in the four-team Ocala 15.Winners opening games have been
Forest Booster Club Classic to of the two games moved back to Thursday
be held Thursday, December Thursday night will meet in night.
Beat Pal atka Bow To ForestThe 18 and Saturday, December the championship game Sat The Ocala Forest gymnasium -
r1a 20,' at Forest High School urday night. The losers will is located by turning left
,lrl/ gymnasium. meet In the first game for con- off US-301 In Ocala onto Silver
Baby Tornadoes of Brad- VHS Lock 102 Wllllamt 102. Wll- Dommon and Cummings led Opening game features the solation honors. Springs Boulevard, then
.
ford High broke even in two IOn S 1 11, Rlcki 1 1 3. Cummings 41 1, the Tornadoes with 11 points Bradford High Tornadoes tak- The tournament was origin- turning right at Morrison'sCafeteria.
games winning the first game Roll 419.I Totall 16436. each. Neeley was high scorer ing on the undefeated Fernan- ally scheduled to start on It is two blocks to
of the season over Palatka for the Braves with twelve dina Beach Pirates at 7 p.m. Friday, December 19, but Forest High School.
South 41-38 on Friday night Coming from behind in the points. tonight (Thursday, Dec. 19)).
December 12, at Palatka andon second half the Bradford High The second game at 8:30: p.m.
Tuesday night, December junior varsity basketballers Score by Quarters: features host Forest against Santa Says. f
16, lost a closely fought con- under Coach Reddy Cox won BUS 8 10 5 1841PS Spruce Creek of Volusia .
test to the Ocala Forest Wild- their first game of the seasonin 10 7 10 11-38
County.
cats 41-36 in Starke.A the second half to defeat the 1-10. HO.HO J
scrappy bunch of Baby Palatka South JV 41-38 on Fri- BUS:Lock 1-1-3,Williams 4. Fernandina Beach knocked )
A Tornadoes battled all the day night, December 12. of Jacksonville l
way 0-8, Bass 2-0-4() Dommon 3-5- Bishop Kenny
l Tuesday night in a losing The Tornadoes moved to a 3- 11,Ricks 1-0-2() Cummings 3-5- out of the ranks of the undefeated WhatASaving!
cause with Ocala Forest but o lead on a free-throw and bas- 11, Ross 102. Totals 151141. last Friday, Dec. 12, h
could never overcome their ket by Anthony Dommon Palatka South: Brown 3-1-7, 52-40 in an exciting game .
first half mistakes and turn- before the Braves, on three Davis 0-2-2, Sessions 3-4-19 played in Jacksonville. The (
overs. baskets by Gerald Smith, Montague (0-1-1) Smith 1-0-2() Pirates feature 6'7" Kris An- \ '
The Wildcats led 8-fi after Larry Sessions, and Lorenzo Batts 2-0-4, Neeley 6-0-12. derson, tower of strength \ 16V2 %
the first period but were down Batts,put the Braves ahead 6-' Totals 15838. under the boards and the fine -.If
19-10 at the half,29-20 after the 3. The Braves held on for a shooting of James Henderson.
third period and lost the narrow 10-8. first quarter mar- Fernandina Beach is cur- \
Bret &'Jerry'sLoses
game 41-36 to the undefeated gin. rently ranked number six in ". OnA21"TOROGRASS
Photos by Charles' PanelsAlrred Wildcats. Sparked by two buckets by 3A circles in Florida. -
Scrambling all the way, the Rowland Cummings the Tor- PlayOffGAINESVILLE MASTER
Ross ((20) BHS trying to shoot over Chris Belton ((20) Baby Tornado cagers cut a 12 nadoes took an 18-17 lead into The Tornadoes,who seem to
and Larry Deering ((40)) of Palatka South in game won by point deficit to four points in the dressing room at halftime. The improve with every game, .Self Propeled -'High Torque
BUS. the second half, but just could The third quarter saw the Gainesville Fire DepartmentMen's will try to use their all-court
never catch the Wildcats. Braves come back to grab the Flag Football team press to keep the ball away Engine Rear Bagging Model
'w'$ a& & a a& & "We came close," said lead 27-23 with Teddy Brown easily defeated Bret and from the taller Pirates. They
Coach Reddy Cox of his JV leading the way with two field Jerry's champions of the Cityof take a two-two record into the Save *50C Modal 20S50
=ICOOff On All & cagers who now have a 1-3 goals and a free throw. Starke Recreation Dept. tournament. NOW $tJ4n95
season record. The final quarter saw the League 40-12() on Wednesday, Ocala Forest has been Reg.299.95
IDO I Jerome Wilson led BHS with Tornadoes break a 36-36 tie on December 10, here.
: Fishing Tackle. 11 points. Rowland Cummingsand a free throw by Rowland John Watson passed to handicapped, including with four two of their star-
Ben Ross each added nine Cummings with 2:08: to play on Sandy Grayson and Bill players
1" Thru Christmas Eve : points. the contest. Greg Williams,on Ratliff for the touchdowns for ters, still with the football defendingstate team Select
a five foot jump shot, and Bret and Jerry's. champion Living
Jim Hudson led Forest with who defend that title on Friday -
Anthony Dommon on a driv-
Slim's Fish 'N' Stuff t points.He also aided Forest ing layup, made it 41-36 in night at Delray Beach.
with his ball handling ability favor of the Tornadoes. The Wildcat basketball team Holiday ColorPOINSETTIAS
t 473-4357 Keystone Hgts.. i &: yin breaking the BHS press._ William Neeley hit a basket : also has a two-two record.

j.i Closed Christmas Day '; fP Score By Quarters: does for the held Braves on to but get the their Torna-first school Spruce this Creek is a and"brand in new the
BHS 6 4 10 16-36 year
win of the
a of e 11 10 12-41 the Braves.season 41-38 over When the Philistines saw their rankings for this week, I And Container Grown
champion was dead,they fled. received an honorable
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I Tigers Drop 2 Heart Breakers 51-50 Newberry,. 61.51 ToPKY .


dropped The Union a closely High Tigers' night Dec413,61.51andlost: a 51-50 Tuesday night, Dec. 16,. Ralph Williams hit two bas- for the basket. He was fouled forth during most of-the- fast after the first period, 22.21 at Perry was the leading point
I fought cJn" heartbreaker to the 10th- at Lake Butler.In kets apiece to pace the Tigersto by Tim McGill with five in the ball
test to P,K. Yonge paced action. UC led 12.10SCORESYQUARTEBB the half, but PKY had a 39-38 getter ame for the
Saturday ranked Newberry Panthers probably the finest game a 26-23 halftime lead. seconds remaining In the advantage after the third Tigers with 25-pomts to bring
81@1 X91 --------- the Union County Tigers have In the third quarter UHS game. PKV 10 II II 2211 period. his season total to 97 points..
i q qV' < AUTO dropped a heartbreaker to the Perry had another hot big gun for the Tigers with 24 OHS Holmes 204 Porry II-32], O.
atl7l filOO ', I tenth ranked Newberry Pan- quarter with three field goals. points and hit on the only two White 306.Wllllami 0 4. McGill I 1.0 2,
thers 51-50 as Bobby Green At one point they led 3630. free throws the Tigers scored P.Whit I 02.Jackson 4 0 I. Totals' 241, Tiger JV Loses 2 Leads,
WL.IWIJLlC: SALES g sunk the first of two free Newberry fought back and in the contest Williams was SI.Pity .
*' throws with five seconds to tied the game 40-40 at the end the only other man in double Hallitrom Edward 9 1.19,Flu 4210 II 0;82 Hogan 022
Hope 241
473-4470 4740781 play in the game. of the third quarter on a 10- figures for the Tigers with 10 Totals' 2<'41. Bows To PRY
: Newberry moved out to a 4-0 foot jumper 'by Marvin points: Newfoeiry;
Takes ThisOpportunity lead in the opening momentsof Buchannon. Score by QuartanNewbtrry .
Perry hit on five field goalsIn 12 11 17 11-51 the for
the exciting contest on bas- UHS The Baby Tigers of UI1S lost were scoring punch
the final period, his last 12 u 14 10-50
*' kets by Freddie Scott and one I another closely fought one- P.K. Yonge.
coming with 2:45 in
,To Alvin Robinson. Sam Jackson : remaining Ncwbirryt RoblntonJ 0 4.BuchannonS point game to the Baby Blue
the game, putting the Tigersin 6 17,Marlin 1 02.Green 21.1, Scott 7.
converted a bucket for the Waves of P.K. Yonge 3!-38 on scoRE BY QUARTER
and then the Panthers front 50-46 Buchannon then 5.19. Totals, 20 11 51.uts December PKY V 10 14 6- 39
Tigers Holmes 3 0 6, Perry 11 2 24, G. Saturday night 13
hit 14 38
on two free throws with UHS 9 9 6 -
4 Wish Each Of You AVery t moved an 8-4 lead. For the remainder 2:35: remaining and Scott tied 4.White Totals 3.0 6.WM llsrtii. 5 0 10,Jackson 2 0. In Gainesville.The P.K. YOMOE Blllch 1 02. BlinK 3.17,
24250.Tiger ..
of the period, three game was closely'fought Quantana' IIS L 102.McCroa SOP
& the on two free throws .
baskets by sophomore Boyzie game Coach Jimmy Tho- throughout the entire Adamson 4 3 10, Mocauley 01 I. Total.
with 1:26 to
4f9 Merry ;9r Perry helped the Tigers tie the : play. mas said "We had two turn- contest. The teams were tied 11 I 39.
Panthers at the end of the first The Tigers had the ball and overs in the last few minutes at 9-9 after one quarter play UHS Jackson 113 Smith 1410
S1 quarter 1212.In decided to go for one shot but which hurt us as we played a with Jesse Blount leading the PrlngH 1 02 Stoutemlr.0.11. Dukes 3.
4 Christmas the second quarter Perry with 45 seconds to play New- good game overall." Tigers in this period with 06 lie Blount 6 2 14, Webb 102 Totals IS
4 = got two baskets and two free berry stole the ball and stalled UHS now has won. one. game three field goals.
throws and Alfred Holmes and until Green started to drive and lost four.GAINESVILLE. In the second chapter in the
e seesaw contest the Blue The Union County High
4 With a Waves grabbed a one-point School JV Tigers were
full-court press used during halftime lead with Ed
19-18 defeated in two close
S1at most of the final period P.K. games
Smith with a field goal and both
acoaSmalICrIarte after leading at the half.
Blue Wave from
) & Qaoa4CO Yonge behind to defeat came the Union two free throws keeping the They lost to P.K. Young 39-

: obs piscin9 County Tigers 61-51 in a closer .. Tigers The third in the period game.belonged to 38 in Gainesville Saturday
I: Blade game than the score indicated night,Dec. 13, and to New-
the Blue Waves with
Back sharp- berry Panthers 49-37 Tuesday
BoY1.le Perry (4) of tlHS
Mowing JI Saturday, December 13, here.
+ shooter Bill
McCrea
S1 findingthe night, Dec. IS, in Lake Butler.
For a little over three- goes up for a shot at the basket
range fcr three field goalsto On Tuesday night the UHS
guarded by Jerry Edwards
rJtmft it and tuck
quarters was a
r' nip lead them
to lead
a 33-24 at
of JV was defeated with a rally
game that see-sawed back and (14)( ) P.K. Yonge.
... - the three-quarter mark in the by the undefeated Newberry
ball&ame.BI9unt Baby Panthers in the second
I { with another three half to 'win going away.
DeWitt field goal effort sparked the
JIMMY MARTIN C. Jones Tigers in a comeback' in the UHS JV is now 1-4 and does
964-5230 final chapter that nearly not play until after the holiday
., pulled the game out with P.l K. break. Newberry won their
II Funeral Home Yonge winning finally 3938. sixth straight' JV game of.the
Blount was high scorer for season.
4 H ave The. Car'That SPANISH MOSS IS A THIEF! the Baby Tigers with 14-points
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Hotline. Tuesday Noon
.. IN THE! CIRCUIT COURT. NOTICE preceding
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I will not be responsible for Thursday before publication.

by Becky Glebelg N e Ws FLORIDA BRADFORD, COUNTY IN AND FOR than debts myself.made by anyone other Minimum 'harge$2.Ml(

Your Extension Home Dated December 15, 1975. ((Covers 15 Words)

EconQmlB&QUESTION By EII&abth Given: "alk'r" CIVIL ACTION -W.J. Lee Each: word over 1 IJ
& 10 cents
CASE No.75-366 'lIp 12/18
SCIIOOL.NEWS Davis pastor. Weekly services
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: Is cold water with All Classified Ads must be
Bradford County students begin Wednesday night
In re: The Marriage of CHARLESA. NOTICE TO DEBTORS
eally good lor washing paid for in advance unless
and teachers will begin Prayer Meeting and Bible youhave'
DENT, husband, and BERTIE
CREDITORS'All
AND
ilothes? I use a cold water an established
Christmas holidays Monday, Class combined. Church account
HELEN JONES DENT Wrfa.
detergent but the clothes just Dec 22. All schools will be School will terminate services: persons having claims or with the Telegraph, In (hut

don't seem to be getting clean. closed. Teachers will return for Sunday NOTICE OF SUIT- demands against the !Estate of event 50 cents extra chargefor

sVS I (Mrs. BL.) Monday, Jan. 5, and students Ebenezer weekly services NO PROPERTYTo Eva Rigdon Gentry, late of billing. Not responsible for
ANSWER: Even manufacturers return Tuesday, Jan. 6. Monday begin Thursday night with Macon, Bibb County, Georgia, errors when given over the
of cold water deter- will be a planning day for Prayer Meeting and Bible deceased, must file same ih the phone or when copy IK not
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gent recommend washing Circuit Court of Florida, 8th typed and brought to the office
teachers without students.ANNIVERSARY Study combined. Sunday ser Dent -
Bertie Helen Jones
Judicial Circuit in and for Brad-
clothes in water no colder than with Church ,
vices begin
70 degrees F, for manmade c/o Eugene Wyman, ford County within six calendar
at 9 30. Ser
School : Morning
Ault! Rd., months from the date of the first
still need be
fibers. Cottons
to .
Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Chambers vice at 11. Evening Worship at Signal Mountain, Tenn:
washed in at least 110 degreesF. of 301 South Visitors welcome publication of this notice.
Highway 6:30. always -
water but all clothes can be will celebrate their wedding : ,,:rim This 11th day of December,
r FOR SALE 1
I,afirhf rinsed in colder water. 'anniversary on December 23. Pleasant Grove and Mt YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 1975.

We wish for them many more Moriah United Methodist Par. an action for Dissolution of
Vida Jean G. Beall,
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QUESTION: Recently
happy anniversaries. Ish Rev. Willie Stitt pastor Marriage has been filed againstyou
to Executrix
tried to return a blouse a pleasant Grove services begin Bertie Helen Jones Dent FOR SALE: 12x64 Artcraft

well known department store CHURCH NEWS with Junior Choir rehearsal and you are required to serve a 12/184tchg 1/8 mobile home, partially fur-
but they would not refund my -------------- unfurnished.
St. Johns Missionary Baptist each first and, second Monday copy of your written defenses, if nished or
money because I didn't have Church, Lawtey, Rev. Willie 7:30: p.m. Tiny Tots any to It, on the plaintiff's attorney NOTICEIn Washer dryer, air, concrete
my sales slip. I have returned Huffman pastor Church rehearsal, 6 p.m. Tuesday. ; whose nama and ad- compliance with require- steps $4,300.964-8341' or Mr.'

items before without having a School, 10 a.m. with Supt.. Prayer Meeting, 7 p.m Wed- dress is Dudley P. Hardy, Esq., ments imposed by Public Law Milton 9648673. tfchg
sales Is there law ..
slip. a new Chris Hamilton in Bible 86-752 ----------,
charge.: nesday. Study, 8pm. Pierce & Hardy, P.A., P.O.' as contained in Section -

C concerning.C.) this matter? (Mrs. Worship Services, 11 a.m. and Thursday. Church School 10 Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, 1.580 of the Federal Communi- FOR SALE: By owner, 3 BR, 2B.

3 p.m. each second and fourth a.m. Sunday. Afternoon ser- 32091, and file the original with cations Commission Rules, the brick home, double 'carport.
ANSWER handles: The way the Sunday. Prayer Band' each vice, 4 p.m. the clerk of the above styled application of' Sanders enter- partially carpeted, drapes. 3

store return pur- Wednesday, 6:30: p.m. Prayer Mt. Moriah services begin court on or before January 13, prises, Inc., John Sanders, blocks from school. Ph. 473-
chases is strictly voluntary.The Meeting and Bible Class com with Church School at 9:30.: 1976; otherwise a judgment may President Treasurer Director 2039 after 5 p.m, and weekends -
from
policy varies storeto bined, Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. Morning Worship at 11Mt. be entered against you for the holding 49)4) % of the stock; Lee tfchg.
store. However, there are Choir Rehearsal 6:30: .m. AME Church, Jenkins Sanders, Vice President
I'isgah
p relief demanded in the complaintor ------------
-' "_ several reasons for stores Thursday. Business meeting Rev John H. Farmer pastor. petition. Secretary Director holding FOR SALE 1973 Honda 175.

Mrs. Arlln McKnight received a certificate of commendation requiring you to have your Sunday, Dec. 28, in conjunction Church School, 10 a.m. WITNESS my hand and the 50Vi%! of the stock; and RichardP. excellent condition, low

and a check for ISO in appreciation of a good idea. sales receipt in order to returna with morning service. Morning Worship at 11, concluding -. seal of said Court. on December Jahn, Director holding no mileage. .Make a fine Xmas
purchase. Many people Christmas practice, Monday services for the day 15, 1975. stock, dated August 7, 1975 and gift $400. Ph. 782-3619.
return a purchase to any con to Friday from 5:30: to 630.: Greater Bethlehem accepted for filing on November Lawtey. 1tp
Good Ideas veniently located store that The annual Christmas Church Rev. 26 1975 with the
pro- Freewill Baptist Gilbert S. Brown assigned file ...
carries the make or brand of ------- ------
will be held Tuesday Williams number BPH-9590 the FCC
gram Jasper pastor, As Clerk of said Court by
merchandise. If it is not the Dec. 23 at 7 at St.;'Johns for a construction for
pm Christmas rehearsal Monday By: Beulah M. MoodyAs permit a LEGALSINGS
Sometimes Pay OffMrs. store from which the purchaseis Visitors always welcome. through Wednesday night. Deputy Clerk new FM Class A Broadcast Station -

made, then in reality you New Bethel and Ebenezer Thursday night the Ladies 12M84t 1/8 to operate with a power of 3 AND LOAN ASSOCIA-

are asking the store to pay the Baptist Churches,.Rev Leroy Circle will meet at the home of KW day and night on Channel TION OF GAINESVILLE, a
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Arlin McKnight direc- sary paperwork may be eliminated .- retail price for the merchan- Mrs. James Prince. Friday NOTICE UNDER 292A, frequency 1063 MHZ. corporation, Plaintiff.vs .
tor of nursing for the Bradford dise which they could have with studios
night Prayer Band will meetat transmitter and a .-
County Health Department, There are 500 Medicaid purchased at the wholesale Health Advisory the home of Mrs. Allen. Notice FICTITIOUS Is Hereby NAME Given LAW that 152 foot antenna to be located .7 MARY D. BROWN, CECIL E.
Bradford
recently learned that some- recipients in County. price from the manufacturer. Church School will begin ser mile south on Highway 100 in LEACH JR. and LINDA D.
The Committee the to
certificate
of undersigned, desiring
times a better idea can payoff dation, signed by Governor commen- Also, shoplifting is on the vices at 9:30: Sunday At 11 engage in business under the Starke. A copy of this applica- LEACH, his wife, Defendant.
increase. There are people the will tion and related material is on file
Askew and State Personnel a.m. Young People fictitious name of Town House
Mrs. McKnight received a Director Kennison who will not only steal merchandise OrganizedOn conduct services. Juniors and for public inspection at the NOTICE OF SUIT -
Conley Enterprises Apartments, a/k/a/
$50 award and a certificate of they will actually offices of Sanders
Adults will be in Enterprises, PROPERTYToCecii
chargeat
was received Monday and Young T.H.E. Apartments, a/k/a THE
commendation from the Flo- commends Mrs. McKnight for return it to the store and ask Tuesday, December 9, 4 p.m. Apartments, at 922 Brownlee Inc. et the above location. Individuals : E. Leach, Jr and

rida tration Department for of the Adminis-Medicaid "promoting efficiency, econ'omy for a cash refund. an organizational meeting of Greater Allen Chapel AME Street, in the City of Starke, who wish to advise the Unda D. Leach, his wife
revising When the merchandise is the Health Advisory Com- FCC of facts to this
relating
form used and safety in state Church, Rev. R.G. Heastie Florida 32091, intends to registerthe Address Unknown
screening by defective, most stores are mittee for the CUBB application should file
government through the pastor, Christmas rehearsalsare said name with the Clerk of within 30
the state willing to a refund, Economic Agency's Full Year days, comments and
The saves time and state's award program. give in progress at the church the Circuit Court of Bradford petitions YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
revision replace the item or extend Head Start Program was heldat this week. Sunday services with the Federal Communications an action to Mortgage Fore-
of physicians, nurses of Ad- County, Florida..
paper The Department
and clerks Mrs. equivalent credit to the buyer. the CUBB Administrative will begin with Church School Commission, Washington, closure on the following
McKnightsaid
and promotes continuity ministration submit pays labor employeeswho and time However, if you have any Office in Starke. at 945.: Morning Worship at MORTIMER B. BATES,JR. D.C. 20554 property in Bradford County

of service to the Medicaid ideas used by the state. doubts about the purchase, Dr. Mark Goldschmidt, 11. The Choir( Union will be JOHNW. BATES 12/4 3tchg 12/. 8 Florida: Lot 8, Block 1, PINE-
saving especially big ones, get the "*--------OTM---MIN
patient Mrs. McKnight, a 28-year Pediatrician, of Orange Park, held at Hope Well, 3 p.m. All GEORGE D. BATES,JR. HAVEN SUBDIVISION, as per
Previous forms for annual Bradford stores return policy in writing. members are asked to cooperate BILLY YON PEACOCK plat thereof recorded in Plat
veteran of the chairman of the THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
the few weeks is acting
exams required a different Remember, Book 2, Page 65, public recordsof
Health plans to Blevins with this activity. MORTIMER B. BATES, 3rd
Department
form for each exam. The new before Christmas, many committee; Dr. B. FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL Bradford County, Florida, has
retire Dec. 31. dental consultant, of LEEWOOD B.WOODELL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD-
form will record all exams on stores will have less ex- been filed against MARY D.
"I'm going to pull in my Jacksonville is acting Vice- RICHARD S. BATES FORD COUNTY, you
each person, so that basic information sales help working ,
perienced BROWN, CECIL E. LEACH, JR.
then Mrs. TheGainesville LONNIE c. MCMILLANw.
be shingle McKnight and Ms. Kathleen
must only chairman
long hours under rushed con- and LINDA D. LEACH, his wife,
recorded once and unneces- said. Bowers, dental secretary, NORMAN MCMILLAN CASE NO.75-322
ditions. As a result, errors are Sun and you are required to serve a
more apt to occur on sales Lake Butler, is acting 121184tchg 1/8 copy of your written defenses, if

slips, as well as, on your bill- secretary., Announces The -- IN RE: The Marriage of SAM it the plaintiff's attorney -
Fire Strikes Twice ----- ------- any to on
OUVER LINK JR.
Husband;
t .-. I*'Ing As statements.you shop for the holidays, Next meeting of the com- Location Of Their l ,I ''IN,.THE CIRCUIT,.COURT. andJSRACIE LEE, UNK,! ;, ,.,Wife. George, whose.H. name Pierce and, P.O.address,_Box; is'
Even lfLightningDoesn'tI.lghlning In
13
be sure you save your sales mittee will be January Pay Racks In EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN 1030 Starke, Florida, and file
the
at NOTICE OF ACTION
slips, receipts, and price tags, Green Cove Springs AND FOR BRADFORD the original with the clerk of the
doesn't strike twice in the same place (or so as well as, any warranties.This Neighborhood Facility Bradford Co. COUNTY, FLORIDAFile ToSAM: OLIVER LINK, JR. above styled court on or before
Last known address
they say) but fire evidently does. is a good rule to follow Center. : January 10, 1976: otherwise a
100 2332 Second Avenue South
The summer home of Dr. and Mrs. D.W. tthiffen, the year round, but especiallyat Rales/ Store Hwy No. 1-2354 Minnesota judgment may be entered

ecenlly rented by the Mack Futch family, suffered from holiday time.QUESTION Mrs. Mary Hayes, acting Lil Champ Hwy 100E. CaseNo.75303CPIN 55408 Minneapolis; against you for the relief
two blazes coming less than a month apart. special service coordinatorfor demanded in the complaint or
The second fire on December 4 destroyed about half of : What makes CUBB's Head Start Handy Way Hwy 100 RE: ESTATE OF NELLE YOU Petition ARE HEREBY for Dissolution NOTIFIEDthat of petition.

the home and contents, according to Kingsley Lake jelly appear tough or gummy? Program, commented "The E Starke HAMRICK NOLLMAN a has been filed WITNESS my hand and the
olunleer "Firemen while the first blaze on November 8was (Mrs. J.T.) Health Advisory Committee is Deceased. Marriage againstyou seal of said Court on November

much. less serious. ANSWER: Toughness In composed of local health Magic Mart Hwy 301 and you of are required to 26, 1975.
Last Thursday's fire was attributed to a small unventedgas jelly is due to cooking mixturetoo service providers and NOTICE OF PROBATE serve a copy your written
defenses if John H. Has-
hotter in the south wing of the house and was reportedto long to reach the jellying parents, and will advise in the Garden RestHwy 301 STATE OF FLORIDA well wife's any to whose GILBERT BROWN
,
the fire and to the COUNTY OF DUVALTo attorney As Clerk of said Court
Camp Blanding department relayed stage a result of too little planning, evaluation and
address is P.O. Drawer 0
Kingsley Volunteers at 7:10: a.m. Both departments suger, and..overcooking operation of our health service Holiday Inn Gainesville Florida 32602 By:: Beulah M. Moody
reported to the scene and soon brought the fire under makes it gummy. all persons interested in the on or As Deputy Clerk
program. Jiffy Hwy 16 estate of said decedent: before January 6, 1976, and file
control. Most damage to the interior was attributed to 12/4 4tchg 12/25
notified that the original with the Clerk of this
water and smoke. You are hereby a .
Iron -------------
:Mr. and !Mrs. Futch and children escaped unharmed FHP Forecasts 31 j, Fatalitiesdown Branding written instrument purporting to Court either before service onwife's NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

from the home, but lost much of their clothing and other JIffy ByM&N Texaco be the last will and testament of attorney or immediately REGISTER

pt'l'Sollalt'ffects. They had to vacate the damaged home, During HolidaysThe said decedent has been admittedto thereafter; otherwise default will FICTITIOUS NAME
and are presently staying with Mr. Futch's mother in Andrews Drugs probate in said court. .be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the Petition.
You hereby commanded
ke. ore
Mai The November fire was attributed to flames racing Florida Highway Patrol starts at 6 p.m. Wed. Jiffy Hwy 100 & within six calendar months from WITNESS my hand ind seal Pursuant to Section 865.09
up Florida Statutes, notice is
estimates that 31 will nesday, Dec. 24, and ends at of this Court this 25. i day of
the kitchen wall from burning grease on the stove. This persons Orange St. the date of the first publicationof hereby that the undersigned
fire was Bided by young Charley Brown Futch, who used die in Florida traffic accidents midnight Sunday, Dec. 28. this notice to appear In said November, 1975. given Ralph P. Bryan, P.O.
Wlnn Dixie
to FliP records
towel to smother the blaze; and climbed atop a during the 102-hour Christmas According court and show cause, if any Box 154, Starke, Bradford
refrigerator to head off names from entering the attic. holiday period. drivers face greater dangersof TG &YBradford you can, why the action of said GILBERT BROWN County, Florida 32091 doing
vehicle accidents Clerk of
For this he was given a citation by his attorney father during Square court in admitting said will to the Circuit Court business under the firm name of
The forecast is based on December than any other By: Beulah M. Moody
"for his stand
unselfishly removing mother and sisters from ourburning probate 'should not "RALPH BRYAN REALESTATE"
fatality experience during the month. In an effort to curb Food & Scat Deputy Clerk
home, at the risk of his own safely and well unrevoked. St. Road 230 E,
being" past three Christmas holiday accidents during this period, a 12/4 4tchg 12/25 ,
FairWalnut
Food
------------- Starke, Bradford County,
seasons, along with an 11 per maximum number trooperswill Bzie S. Sanders
CommendationIl'dal! cent decrease in traffic be patrolling the high- St. Circuit Judge NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Florida 3209 intends to register
said fictitious under the
Is Magyar! Second months fatalities of during 1975 the first 11 ways be used and extensively FHP airplanes during will the Mitchell RexallIf / ,For. the Eighth Ji,xliclal FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME provisions of aforesaid name statute
Circuit In and For
RIVERSIDE Calif Techmand.. The official holiday count- holiday period.Pet The Machine/ Pursuant to Section 86509 Ralph P., Bryan, sole owner.
nical Sergeant Paul A. The sergeant is a 1955 graM Bradford County Fla. Florida Statutes, notice is hereby Dated this 11th day of

Magyar!, nephew of Mr. and duate of Bradford County Broken Or Takes By: Ube R.Yawn, given that the undersigned'Vernie December, AD.1975, at Starke,

Mrs. John Magyarl! of Rt. 2, High School. His wife, Jacqueline .Clerk P, Odom. 318 N. Walnut Florida.

Starke has received his is the daughter of Mrs. Your Money 12118.4tchg 18SCHOOL Street, Starke. Bradford 12/11 4tchg! 1/1176
second award of the U.S. Air' Kathryn Clark of 4212 Burlm- r7Ff- i _.------------- County, Florida 32091, doing -----------

Force Commendation Medal game Road, Topeka, Kan, Please Call business under the firm name of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

at March AFB Calif _____________. BOARD OF "FLORILAMD REALTY", 393 N. REGISTER
Sergeant Magyar!, an inventory FOR SALE: Typewriter and rabbits should not be lifted by the ears; its hurts them. 964-8170 BRADFORD COUNTY Temple Ave., Starke, Bradford FICTITIOUS NAME

management supervisor Adding Machine ribbons at The INVITATION TO BID County, Florida 32091, intendsto Pursuant to Section 865.09

was: cited for mentorOffice Shop. register said fictitious name Florida Statutes, notice is here-
ious service at March. He is The School Board of under the f provisions of aforesaid by given that the undersigned
assigned to the 22nd Civil FOR SALE: Unpublished Telegraph Bradford County will receive statute. Doris G. Hoffman, Rt 1, Box

: Engineering Squadron, apart pictures SO cents each. flTTT1 sealed proposals for the pur- Vernie P, Odom, sole owner. 194.W, Melrooe, Clay County
Coma what
r of the Strategic Air Com see you can find cr-tSB, of six: ((6)) lots of real estateIn dated this 26th dry' of Florida 32666. doing business
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the Lincoln City Section of November,. A.D. 1975. under the firm name of "DORIS

Starke, Florida, as a single unit, 12/4 4tchg 12/25 BEAUTY SALON," Rt. 21, Melrose -
on January 12, 1976, at 5:30: -------------. (Bradford) County, Florida

\ Bradford High School p.m., at the School Board NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 32666, intends to register said
REGISTER TO VOTE Administrative Building, located REGISTER fictitious name under the

Class of 1956 at 582 North Temple Avenue, FICTITIOUS NAME provisions of aforesaid statute.
Starke. Florida.A Doris G. Hoffman, sole

more complete descriptionand Pursuant to Section 86509 owner.
,1 : Planning 20th Reunion exact located and size of the Florida Statutes, notice Is Dated this 10th 24th day of

Registration Books Close For' six ((6)) lots of property, may be hereby given that the Undersigned November,A.D,1975at Starke.
I! ....for sometlm In the Spring or Summ.r of 197. the obtained at the Superin- Horace & Marion Florida.

," i\ ... dot. I I. to b. sot at a mooting In January tendent's Office, 582) North Williford' Fit. 2 Box 1248, 11/26 4tp 1218'NOTICEOF
I Temple Avenue.. Starke, Florida,
I '
Starke Bradford
County
,
Presidential -------------
Preference weekday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
rl'1 Primary 32091
t'l Florida ;
doing. business -
h .....om. clots membor art already working and The School Board of Bradford under! the firm name of TO INTENTION,

:--1 planning forth*' reunion. Needed now art address County reserves the right to "H ft M LOCK & KEY", Rt. 2 REGISTER

and correct names at which class m.mb.rs may b* JANUARY 24 1976 5:00: P.M. must reject be any in and the Superintendent'sOffice all bids. All bids County Box 124B Florida. Starke 32091, ,Bradford intendsto FICTITIOUS NAME

I y reached with correspondence about the reunion. not later than 5:30 p.m., register said fictitious name Pursuant to Section 86509

,j Please fill In the following space for address, and January 12, 1978, at which time under the provisions of aforesaid hereby Florida'J Statutes, notice is
all bids will be opened and given that the Undersigned

I' return to Bradford County Telegraph. P.O. Drawer A, ELECTION OFFICE OPEN publicly read aloud. Envelopes statute.Dated this 11th day of Robert E, Smith &

{ Starke, FL 32091. containing bids shall be plainly December. A.D., 1975 at William T. Smith, son, P.O. Box
marked the outside "SealedBid 302, Lawtey, Bradford
County
on
f t Saturday January 24, 8:30: A.M. 5:00: P.M. for'School Board Property Starke 12/11 ,4tp Florida.1/1, Florida 32068, doing business .

1 Nam.S located in Uncoin City". Any ---- -------_.. under the firm name of "Smith's
bids received after the specified Heisting, Air Conditioning
Phone 974-5634 time \win not be considered. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Refrigeration and Electrical
S Addroi* EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Swvice". P.O. \Box 302, Lawtey,

f FOR THE SCHOOL BOARDOF FLORIDA, IN AND ,FOR Bradford County Florida 32063,

Neva. Flynn BRADFORD COUNTY, BRADFORD COUNTYCIVILACTION intends to register said fictitious
1t City -Stat. FLORIDA BY: RICHARD H. name under the provisions of
I' Supervisor of Elections JOCKEL. SUPERINTENDENTOF aforesaid statute.

; Bradford County SCHOOLS CASE NO.75-350 Dated this 11th day of
F .
I Phon. Zip 4t 12/11-1/22 December, A.D., '1975 at

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HOUSES FOR SALEFOR PERSONAL SERVICE DALE 1WATSON'S t FOR: < 'j L MORE Jimmy Sun Sports BOAT Moore's FOR.


C
tfiicin. Je.r5ol'L. YOUR
SALE 3 bedroom, 2 bath TV REPAIRS & SERVICE: Also FOR SALE MONEY TF
Storm screen .
CB with Cant, air & heat on used TV for sale $29.95 and HOUSE OF VACUUMS door, white aluminum frame; Real Facts lrlUlll 1' REAL ESTATE STARKE PH 9645791

one acre with chain link fence. up. Used furniture and ap- COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN
Wind storm glass stationary/ ".cvt./O'i.r.. w.7rrqSTARKE .
Ph. 964-B572.( 12/11/ 4tp 1/1 pliances.fixtures.. Plumbing Wood and bathroom Many brands of new vacuums. screen, practically new 32' x on Real DRIVE SERVICE
------------ stoves, FALTY
6'8". $35. 200 E.. Adkins AND REPAIR
Used machines. available.
FOR SALE Extra large custom kerosene, gas and electric Estate Two very neat 2 BR frame
Street. ,
built brick home on Bessent heaters:THE BARGAIN CEN Expert Repairs all makes. 1tp .n houses with ref. & stoves Both COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
Parts and Accessories for all - -
Road $45,000. TER, 301 South tfchg $14.000 REPAIR
-- Large By
,
vacuums. Built in central
------------ FOR e' - -
frame home, 3 bedroom, 2 SALE:: Cast Iron wood 'L CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
bath only $15,500. --- 2 RELIABLE MAN will do house vacuum N. Main cleaning Gainesville systems.3767110.tf 712. heaters, 24 & 28 Inch at Dah- 2 BR 1 bath frame with ref. & GLASS FISHING BOATSBRASINGTOM

Bedroom block home, large painting and odd jobs aroundthe mers Discouf)(. '10/2 14tchg Cecelia Terwillegar stove $7,500
living room with fireplace house at reasonable rates. 12/31- - -

$17,000. Ph. 964-6262 day or 964-8151. 12/18/ 2tchg! 12/25 FOR--SALE--:.-Case--pocket----knives- ...----------- Satisfied customers are tho only kind of customerswe 3 fenced BR frame lot. $19,400 cent heat/air,
cor.
964 8417 ------------ satisfied] customer means repeat business.
want. A
night. Itchg now at Dahmers Discount FOR SALE: TAKE UP Cadillac-Oldsmobile
- -
--- --------- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: tfchg. PAYMENTS. 1975 Singer That is, additional business from that customer or 2 BR frame stove & ref. Sales & Service

114 Christian Street, Starke, ------------ Futura. Top of the line sewing from one of his friends. That's why we make every $13,000 line Si-let/ 'lion Of UHf'f
Ra. Thursdays and Sundays, machine, like new. Original effort to see the customer is 100 percent positive that he Terms. Cars1'ulWII On'

AUTOMOBILESUSED 8 p.m. Call 9644-5709, 964- TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a price $650. Balance due wants to sell or buy. 8.71 SR-100-S-$15,500 Cadillac/ TraiU-H

5434 or 473-2108. 9/25 14tp week, dozer work and $287.80 or need: someone to Vie never purposely pressure the client into makinga 2001 N.W. 13 378.5301
-
-
12/24 dragline work. Call 468-1873, assume $12.70 monthly pay- decision. We want the customer to have all the Information -LAWTEY GAINESVILLEtf

,... Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN which Is available so that he,or she make
----------- ments. Phone 964-8030. Will may 3 BR Alum siding, chain link
SMITH LANDFILL. tfchg.: deliver the most intelligent decision possible.
l KOU SAKE; 1165! OMC POSITION DESIRED Young no obligation. 1tp fence $9,50O
: V-6, :
------------ home business Is
------------ After all, purchase of a or a major
38 will live in and - -
wheel care
long base ttandard. woman FOR SALE Diamond needlesfor
: should be undertaken after
investment and only
FOR SALE very .
: Labrador Retriever
for elderly. 468-1316. tfchg. 2 BR frame $8,400 terms
Call ttl-H72.r! Up 124' any stereo, over 247 need to COWBOY BOOTS
when ,
puppies born Dec. 4. 1975. careful consideration. Call us you buy or
-- ------------
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-- -. different ones, we have them
sell.
Registered Pedigreed $100 2 BR frame-$3,350-! BABIES-GIRLS-
For
all. Dahmer's Discount.
FOR SALE: LeSabre Buick, MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also Females, $125 males. Weanedat or both for$11,125. terms

1968 Lt. blue, 4 dr., A/C;PS, mobile home hurricane anchoring ------Linoleum-- six to eight Weeks. 12/18 PREFERRED PROPERTIES - .BOYS-WOMEN,MEN
6x9 $3.98
FOR SALE
,
PB. Call 964-7702 and mobile home roof : 2tp 12/25
between
6-7 9x12 Linoleum 898. Also 2 J4 acre wooded lots terms BELTS'In
p.m. Itchg 12/18 coating. Olin's MOBILE Home - Spring fed creek on 20 good acres fenced and cross - -
12x12 and 12x15 in stock.
------------ Service. 9645606. St. Rd., Hundreds to choose from at FOR SALE: Chest-type deep fenced Large, new barn Attractive, nearly new, 12 acres, fenced, well, pole & sizes 18 to 58
16W & Jct. 233, Starke, Fla. freeze, 16 ft. $95. 615 E. concrete block home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, central tank $15,000 terms
FOR SALE: 71 Olds Delta, 4 dr., tfchg. Dahmers_. Discount. tfchg. South St. 9646957.) Itcha heat and air .and lots of buiIt-ins-ilso carpeted. Cattle septic - ... WESTERN SHIRTS
--- :-------- INDIAN
condition MOCCASINSat
good best offer ------------ 12/18 and farm equipment negotiable. Conveniently located. See us for Nobel Homes on your
over $1500. 108 A Poling, ------------ You would be proud to own this one!
FOR SALE Christmas and lot.
Penney Farms 529-9317. Itp HOUSES TRAILERS pressure : toys CARRADINE'SLawtey
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washed with chemicals.Wash decorations 1/2 price. Roll LAHTEV Fla.
12/18 FOR SALE Fine beef for
: duality Wanted: House In the country with some acreage.
$5 and $6. Florida
roofing ,
away dirt and mildew. Guar Shingles 782.3400
-- --------- your freezer. J.R. Wainwright 78238O6December
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anteed. Ph. 4732213. tfchg., $10.50/square. Itchg 12/18/ Ph. 964-7835 after 7 I1wrr; .e LLyUq w''. + NMxr- 13tchg 2/12
furnished
FOR SALE: 1964 Chevrolet Tastefully 1972 Dolphin MH with 3 BR, 2 B,
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Station ------------ p.m central heat, 2300 BTU AC, fenced, well
completely
wagon rebuilt engine CAKES DECORATED for special FOR SALE: Give a Uve Christ- ,...: tfcll"I
) landscaped, lot 101 199, 2 metal
good tires, etc. $500. Phone x outbuildings washer
occasions. Order holiday mas Present. Holstein Here- a e S -i
your ,
9646544. freezer, garden tiller all for $14,500.
Itchg 12/18 .
cakes now. 468-2804 before 5 ford calves, $5 each. Richardson's
FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand) Well
--------- I Drilling\ I
or 9645072 after 5. 12/4 Dairy SR-229, 2 miles -----
FOR SALE: 1973 sf 100 3tchg 12/18 south of' Sanderson, Fla.Itchg gun $55.22 hand guns$24.95, See) us for reasonable convenient, building lots in the Specials .

Chaparral (adult owner). Uke ------------ 12/18 25 automatic guns! from Dalewood subdivision with city water sewage, and 2" Thru 6" .
new 767 miles. $450. 964- $49.95. Dahmers DiScount. .
------------ 'good neighbors. Champion
6544. Itchg 12/18 SEWING MACHINES repaired, tfchg. I Fast Rotary ,
all makes cleaned, oiled and -
------------ beautifullcres-Rd.;;
---------- 18 which could be used I
-- Thirty as AC
adjusted, $7. Work guar. FOR SALE: Bahia hay $1.50 at FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts Autolight I Drilling Equipment .
Lake
site Access to is
.FOR SALE: 1973 Pontiac Grand anteed. James Strickland, barn. Wild turkeys, ringneck and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE a home or developed. Hampton

Am 38,000 miles Automatictrans. corner Morgan Road & Hwy. pheasants, jumbo bobwhite HOME SALES, Hwy 100 W.. just across the road. REGULAR PLUGS I State Licensed I

PS PB AC & 16. tfchg quail, Hulsey game chickens, -----
Factory Starke, 964-5606. tfchg
AM New --...--...,------ stags and pullets. J.M. ed- Use your imagination excellent commercial I propertyon 69'Ea
Tape Player, Tires, ------------ : :
of down .
301 In the heart Lawtey. Low payment ? I Pumps
many extras. Also 2 10 x 15 wards, 964-5379, Starke, Fla.
BILL'S SAW SHOP:: Complete 12/44tp 12/25/ FOR SALE: Christmas trees, red owner financed.
Ford Wheels, will fit jeep & RESISTER PLUGSUt
| sharpening service, circular,. cedar and sandpines. Call -----
------------ I I
Steve Thomas
Dodge. or call hand, carbide, chain, mower\ Mrs. W.A. Stern, 301 S. Ph. Serene privacy Unique country home>> with CH&A, 40 I
964-7385 after 6 p.m. Mon.- blade hollow ground and REDUCE safe & fast with 964-5614. 12/4 4tp 12/25 acres fenced & cross fenced with 2 car garage, 2 ponds, Ea. New & Used :

Fri':..tfchg.:._ balanced. Leave at Jackson GOBESE TABLETS & E-VAP ------------ 2 wells, 24' x 60' barn. Animals & equipment nego- Sales-
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PartsService'
Building Supply, Starke or "Water Pills" ANDREWS FOR SALE: 4.29 acres, 2 bed. tiable. Owner financed. I ,
PHARMACY, 356 W. ----- Permanent Antifreeze E-Z TermsPlumbing
Keystone Heights. trchg.- room house in country. Com-
-------- Madison, Starke. 12/11 4tp I 1
pletely remodeled in last 2 Office building 341 N. Temple Ave. Apartment in

t FeR RENT JAfSR 10 x 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes 1/1 years. Other improvements, rear .to live in or rent for income. Price low twenties. $425Gal.! I I I II
and mobile homes. $180 ------------ paved road. Ph. 964-8436. .
installed, $140 uninstalled. FOR SALE 2 1/2 acres to 15
12/4 4tp 12/25 Cecelia T. Real Estate Winter,.Antifreeze I
GATOR MOBILE HOME acres, Underwood Motel, Terwillegar Reg. Broker
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/ "rlEtvIT: 4ao'f; ihiisI} 1
house. Crosby Lake Sub- Gainesville tfchg. "II y ltpYARD greenware, used molds, 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke, Florida $225Ga,. Remodeling
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division. Desired people. **"---- ------- f supplies, antiques, furniture, OFFICE PHONE 964.7776

Phone 964-7326, Buck SEWING MACHINES: All SALE: Highway 16 W. ((1 bottles, dishes & carnival Register Oil Co. I Repairs

Murray. 12/182tp 12/25 makes cleaned, oiled & adjusted mile past Morgan Road). Sat glass. 755 E. Main Street,

------------ $4.50. One 93. Jeannie McKinney. Itchg Lake Butler, Fla. 10/30 Btchg Davidson 308 S. Thompson St.
only day 12/18 12/18 3 BR. 2 bath, CB, dwg. on extra I
FOR RENT 2 bedroom fur- Durrance\\
:
: ACME
service. Bring to ... Mobile Home ParkIn
----------- large cor. lot in City w/swim- Deo 25
nished house. 964-8420. 1tp HARDWARE, 301 E. Call St., ------------ 4 T/CHG
12/18 Ph. 9646163. 11/26 4tchg GARAGE SALE: Four families; a FOR SALE Coastal Bermuda mmg pool, central heat & air City Limits

12/18 little bit of everything. Poodle hay. Call A.W. Gaylard, conditioning. I Pumps & Supply
------------ .
$30 Per Mo.
pups, tools, misc.., etc. Friday Branford 9350263. 12/11 -
FOR RENT: Small 1 bedroom ------------
furnished apartment. 964- VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS, and Sat. 1231 Butler .Rd. 3tchg 12/25 176 Acres, Brooker area, some Walk To New Company

8420. 1 Itp 12/18 all makes, bring to ACME Itchg 12/18 ------------ planted pines. Center LELECTROLUXJ'Sales

------------ HARDWARE, 301 E. Call ------------ FOR SALE: Yamaha Electronic - Shopping 864 N. Temple Ave.

FOR RENT: Trailer, Bayless Street. Ph. 9646163. 11/26 YARD SALE: SR-100-S. Organ. Excellent condition, 4 BR Frame House, Fireplace, City, Gas Wale' A Sewer Service e Supplies "
4tchg 12/18 Saturday, Mildred Lawson. $1000. Call 964-5875. tfpd Central Heat & Air, 12 acres, Starke SI
Highway. 2 bedroom, rd. On 301 South BOB MILNER 964-7604
------------ 12/18 paved I I
$80/month. 964-5161. Itchg ------------
Itchg TF
HOME REMODELING AND REPAIR 964-7061
- -
------------ FOR SALE Camera, Petrl 35mm Jolu Motel
12/18 : Master electrician, : 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites, 1 t I'20 1310 2 12 __ -J
------------ FOR SALE: Steer Fat. $6.50/100 single-lens reflex, with case.
& Reasonable
plumber carpenter. N.W. of Starke Terms..
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom trailer, rates. 964-8087, Ibs. A&K Feed Store, 511 Excellent condition, $125. - 964-8810 B oT mnr T i *

expando L.R., water furnished '11/264tchg 1218IEotorcycles Edwards Road. (Beside 9645875. tfpd 3 BR Frame house-1 bath, 10
9648797. 12/18 ------------ FILL DIRT
1tp ------------ Bradford Square Shopping acres land on paved road. Sev-
------------ Center), 964-8711. Itchg WE BUY, SELL & TRADE eral out buildings. ?

FOR RENT: 1st floor furnished 1 12/18 Jewelry Gold, Silver, Guns & - MULTIPLE
bedroom Phone land or anything of value (NO Top Soil
apartment. ------------
3 BR, 2 Bath,. CB dwelling in LISTINGS
9648071. 1tp 12/18 t J Junk). United Wholesale 473-
REGISTER OIL COMPANY has 3300, Keystone Hgts., Fla city. f'ill/ Din
------------
Seigler and Perfection
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, heaters in stock now space and 12/182tchg 12/25 George Roberts Jr. 4 BR, 2 bath, V4 acre. Will trade ,
--- $7,000 equity for land or some-,
mobile home in Lawtey. 782- Call 468.1873STEPHEN
3806. tfchg. FOR SALE: 1972 Honda 600 ready for immediate install- SEWING.MACHINE SALES: REG. REAL ESTATE BROKERtf thing else of equal value.

: :..._----- Civic, Radio, Heater, New ation. Also a few used heatersIn Service & parts and makes 964-7826
Tires, Less than 26,000 miles. stock. See them at 308 S. and commercial models. SMITHSTAR

FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile 9645406. Itchg 12/18 Thompson St.' Ph. 9645888. United Wholesale, '473-3300, 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500

homes outside limits. J.B. ------------ 12/4 4tchg 12/25 12/18 ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA.
Keystone Hgts. 2tchg
Handyman special $7,500
------------
White. Fir 9646114. tfchg. FOR SALE: 1972 Honda 460 12/25
.&._ __ i o a a 11
? good condo $500 or best rea- WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC.
------- ----
4 BR, 2 lots $10,500
FOR RENT: Uin's Subdivision sonable offer 964-8182. Itchg SALE:Thursday& Friday this Reg. Real Estate Broker

1/2 acre lots $2500 per 12/18 week 9:30: to 4:40: corner 206 S.Water St. 2BR, 1 acre $7,500

month. Water & Sewage ------------ Uncoln Road and 301 S. 1/2 National AdvertisingPaul Olin's Subdivision

furnished For information call 'SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your mile S. of shopping center. I MISCELLANEOUS FaulknerBrokerIrene 2 BR lakefront $22,000

Mark/ Olin Olirt's Mobile authorized Suzuki Dealer. Used furniture, king size Faulkner-Assoc.

Home Sales, Hwy 100 W., Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call mattress & box springs, oil 964-5065 Off SR-100-3 BR $22,000 I I
t t
Starke. D64-66CS.. tfchg. Street. heater, desk, refrigerator, I I I'r
... tfchg.----- 3 BR, 2 acres $24,500
---- -------:- --- much more. Building & 320 acres, fenced, reasonably

FOR RENT: 3 bedroom mobile Property also for sale. 1640 S. WANT TO BUY: 14 ft. priced, terms. Southgate 3 BR $26,000 I-

home, and garden area, furnished 301. 12/11 2tp 12/18 aluminum boat. 964-8332: Itp - -

------------' 12/18 105' x 500', with 2 room cottageon '
i'
excellent location. Call
$$31,000 t
WANTED 1 Lawtey 3 BR brick ,. [!I
t -------- .ti
---
Uttle Lake Santa Fe.
964-6488 after 5:30. 4 ml. W. FOR SALE: AKC. Registered

on Rd. 100. Itchg 12/4/ FOR LEASE: Improved pasture - : Keystone 3 BR brick $44,000 Pe Mo. Water
Chinese
6 $
------------ Pug. Puppy, Male. land. For information call 964- 125' x 135' lot with 3 bedroom, 1 '/2: Acre Lots For Rant 25"Call r.
weeks old. $100.Don
Bag- bath central H & A, $29,000.00. Sewage Fllmlshed
6399
FOR RENT Kitchenettes WANTED; Elderly couple needsa well. 984-6200 or 9647095.1tp or 9647687. Hampton-1 'A acres $9,200
Mark Olin 964-5606
Hwy 16 &
------------ Morgan Rd.
completely' furnished. Un- home. No children, no pets. 12/18 II

derwood Motel, Starke, Fla. Please give full details in first Lawtey 2.75 acres $9,500

Hrway 301> North of Starke. letter. P.O. Box 397 Starke./ FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1 ;: old .

Itp lip 12/18 3 BR, 2 bath, 24x70 Peachtrea I LOST AND FOUND USED O.E. WASHER 86500 : Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,500 OPFN DAILY

,---------...-- ---------- Tall Oaks Mobile Home, like .%(1 *
USED GAS A A USED 2 canal lots $3,300: \. PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT %
1972
r new. Buick Skylark 2 dr.,
FOR RENT Furnished, 2 bedroom
"
duplex: apt. on Kingsley AC/H. Radio, Tape Player,. ELEC. DRYER 50 4 canal lots, 7,800 V

HELP WANTED 1 Good condition AKC Doberman LOST: 8 week old female RUCTION
Lake air condition private
,
dock. Call 964-5391. tfchg. t puppies limited .Just In Labrador Retriever Tan. Sawyer > SladeAppliances 6 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe

-------.----- time for Christmas. 1968 Che- Reward! 964-821 1tp 12/18/ > River $2,000/acra '

velle good running gear, --------:---- H acts MH, terms $5,000 SAT. DEC. 20 -10 a.m.

AVON CALLING: To buy or sell rough body. Chest-type 332 W. Madison St.

Avon. Call 755-2807 or write freezer. 8,000 lb. safe with Starke. Florida 7,acre In town $18,000' AUCTIONS
EVERY MONTH
SA
Floriland Realty 3rd T.
PERSONAL SERVICE Loma Clyatt.' P.O. Box 220 money chest. Washer and ,- i

Lake City, Florida tfchg. dryer. Red drapes. Heavy- 393 N. Temple Ave.' I 10 acres, Theresa $12,500 W. are Now Accepting
duty wire rack for Ford
------------ 10 ACRES .
Equipment For Our December Sale
Courier or Datsun. Panasonic .
10
Lawtey acres $11,000
Near .
V4
House acre
Fum.
on
WE BUY Pecans: dally at the fr Tape Player with AM-FM Good fishing 8_.. 10 Minutes From Call Us About Bringing In Your
J.R. radio. Call 964-8111 for infor .
Starke Farmers Market. Peetsville 11 acre $10,000

Wainwright & Sons tfchg. FOR SALE ::I IFOR mation. 12/182tp 12/25 3 A, on Bessent- -Road.- -Other lots 'Keystone Heights .Farm, Industrial & Construction Equipmentof .

.......--,-------- ------------ for Sale. Garage business with house on All '
In Kinds
City Now.
Have, you' sow or wit bred to FOR SALE: Just In time for - $1,750 Per Acre US301 ,

Yorkshire boar $15 or a pig. .Christmas. White Bulldog 13th St. Jax. Fla. Your to the Market
Place
House on Bring Equipment
from Ihtw. Pick-up available. SALE 1 acre home lt81 puppies.. Ph. 782-3869. Itp t: - 95900 Per Mo. 700 foot highway 301 frontage :

7823635. Crosby Lake Estates, 2 ml. VV. 12/18 Comer '\Lot. US-301, 21 acres,, terms CONVERT SURPLUS
By appointment. of Starke RD 100. Owner 3 BR, 1 Bath on EQUIPMENT TO CAM
on ------------ NO LOW LAND
or hogs. 1tp $35,000
Need feeder pigs financed.
financed, 964-6433. tfchg. FOR SALE: Christrrmi Gifts. Mostly FLORIDA '
------------ J.e I-- WEST CENTRALREALTY ycENSr N. it EQUIPMENT *
O/vn-
------------ Boxer puppies, AKC. 6 wks. We have all other type
ii \.
AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: FOR SALE Feeder pigs, $20, old. Turkeys "Large white you own property outside of INC. 1 properties listed. Come In and AUCTION *,*><

Sales, service, installation $30, & '35. R.T. Dowling, Toms $8 each Ducks-Large. county8nt to tel, S'J (I''". Registered Broker see us -
reel-reel, i
stereos, phono Hampton, Fla."468-1763 off $2 each, 3 for 5. Pair of .. 137KZ308nytlmf'.Evenlnga U. S. 17 North Green Cove Springs
radios. Work VERNIE .
P. OOOM
tapes, caasetes. Call
:
SR 325. Look for Dowting sheep$40 each.964-5801. 1tp FRED SACKETT'REALTOR JAX. 282-4389
rantMd. 156-A West Call, Broktf Art .
gu Rtg. tray '
12/18 : -Pn'v (9.04)2845977)
(
967329. ,trchg. signs 121112tp 12/18 96454768647700 $73.2$3: 2WN. Temple (US-X1)) 'JAX TOIL FREE .
------------
------------ 904/964-6522,468-1642
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16 TELEGRAPH December 18.1973


Union Court


Cases HandlesLAKE

BUTLER,A numberof
cases were handled in
Union County Circuit Courton
Monday Dec. 15, with
Judge John A.II Murphree of
Gainesville presiding.
Clayton Mitchell Altman
changed his plea to guilty of
escape from the Reception REDI-BASTED
and Medical Center in Lake
Butler and was sentenced to 17 IBS. 1014IBS. 10 l S.
serve two years with it to run UP
consecutively with any time .
he is now serving.


state changed possession Earnest prisoner.his of plea Albert a weapon Judge to guilty Bethel Mur-by of a ryf BEEF PE P is'' taMp, h h I


phree sentenced him to serve PRICES GOOD) DEC. 18-24
one year with it to run conse-
cutively with any he Is now
serving. He is a prisoner at ALL OF US AT WINN-DIXIE EZ CARVE
Union Correctional Institu- W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE

tion.Johnnie Wayne Ennis MORTON FROZEN WISH YOU AND YOURS A RIB ROAST
changed;I his plea to guilty of ,
possession of narcotic para BEEF, TURKEY OR CHICKEN
phernalia. Judge Murphree
ordered a pre-sentenee in- POT PIES
vestigation before a sentenceis
handed down in this case.
The state dismissed a chargeof
unlawful possession of
marijuana against Ennis.
Shirley Ann Freeman /
changed her plea to guilty of
grand larceny.A pre-sentence '
investigation was also orderedin 8-oz. LB.
this case by Judge Mur PIES ASTOR

phree .,
The jury trial of Norman FRUITCOCKTAIL Mayonnaise, KRAFT 1l
Henry Despres and Joseph
Cozzi, both charged with
escape, was in progress on X13 MAYONNAISEQUICK
Wednesday, Dec, 17 '
+kn' FRESH FLORIDA ;; GRADE "A"

1'' INDIAN RIVER'ORANGES 1 ij'w-D BRANDBAKING

4-H Program it? | S I HENS

Discussed At
1 I 4 TO 6LB.AVO. .
Starke RotaryA 'y,'. .

C
youth program was v
presented at the Starke
Rotary Club last week when u Limit 1 with $7.50or f?.
Harold Waters, Jr. gave a LB. more purchase
report on the National 4-H or more purchase j, '4 excluding LB.1
Congress short course he BAGS excluding ,
cigarettes
attended last summer in cigarettes
Washington, D.C. The Rotary
Club was one of the sponsors
of this trip. ....------------ THRIFTY MAID WOoD BRAND USDA CHOICE
Zed Hamilton another 4-H GOLD MEDALFLOUR BONELESS FULL CUT
member, explained the 4-H ASTOR PURE FROZEN I I CRANBERRYSAUCE ,
program and its influence on ROUND STEAK I

the The lives speakers of young people.were introduced ORANGE JUICE I !Ie! I f

by Lowell Parrish, RFO
extension agent in charge of ,'
the 4-H program in a multi- 13

county Robert area.Edmondson. a ; THIS ONLY i 88P119

member of the BHS Interact 499cC1Sc OIXIC 16_.. I
Club also spoke briefly. ". 24th,1975 !
G.T.the program.Muggins was in chargeof I I CANS

.t.
0r ------------------
TOP ROUND STEAK LB.
3 Injured... $1.99yo-

.tr'ioni, Page I It) SUPEHBRAND
U.S. EXTRA FANCY GOLDEN OR USDA GR. ''' r W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE ,
head according to the highway RED DELICIOUS FRESH FLA. ALL WHITE ;, r.
patrol report and was taken ;, LE SUEUR I SIRLOIN STEAK
by ambulance for treatmentof ". APPLES10UL1C LARGEEGGS (
the injuries to Bradford (
County Hospital.
The accident was also investigated PEAS \
by Trooper $188LB.
Roberts who cited Kimberly
for operating a motor vehicle L \
while under the influence of B :
alcoholic beverages. Kimberly FOR .
spent some time in the
Bradford County Jail and
later was taken to the VA T-BONE STEAK LB. $1.98
Hospital in Gainesville wherehe
is now a patient. '
Trooper Roberts listed the ALL FLAVORS SUPERBRAND HICKORY SWEET
18! Ford pickup truck as, a SHERBET OR J._G.". :
SLICED BACON
total loss. :y'\
i ; or more purchase ;
I-I )lJJJJ'I ;"-.nwk ICE CREAM ,r:: 0T KC lud ttet infcigare


:_'Jt :- .. ..- .'- ., $1191LB.

I o0ONE r STOKELY',.' THRIFTY.MAID CS OR WK """- .::.=:$.. ;r. r:

>l( '--.. ...:::1 .
PEACHES\
\ rHALFj CORN
WAY'TO EAICouQAGEiupEPE PKG.
,, JJL
up6.CE I 1010 LCTTHtu CO: GAL.
TWUuY roO.meMa.SL uEe.KHi.
,Iu5TAMCE,! ,tOU) !POUT> NAvE ID MU C.
WOK...u....MCC ISiUK:' JVlKY tint W-D BRAND 100% PURE
ME'S 1HIRSIT' E5PECIAIY S1WEEvEU ,, ; si MIA
A P""nEAI", FwpSIrEIS1TOu6E '; \
TAP WATER AUP 4TAlir l TEA HARVEST FRESH 2 r 51 GROUND BEEF
IB MAC.UIM, '. CIF A MFIK&MIIIU
ifF w Ii iU.A.k-!
29-01. "! lY .
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+
CANS wet. .
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ASTOR : W-D U.S. GRADE 'A' .

MONTEPUMPKIN TURKEY PARTS

Charley GREEN GIANT
r+
COFFEE WITH DIBS
FROZEN VEGETABLES $129
E. ..dljIJohns BREAST.' .. .. la.
MIXED VEGETABLES

WHITE CREAM CORN STYLE CORN ill THIGHS. . LB.89c

About This Question LEAF '

"My coin and stamp BUTTER SAUCE'c'c- DRUMSTICKS . LI.79.c|

collection, musical NI8LETS ,, ,
instruments, paintingsand BROCCOLI OR CAULIFLOWER
porcelain I doubt IN CHEESE SAUCE WINGS . . E. 59'
with $7 5O
whether they are ade-
quately insured under BREAST QUARTERS 79CI

my Homeowner Policy.: 0-es.. "

Johns Does the Agency Charley offer an E. PKO.OPEN. ,.L L LEG QUARTERS LB.69c

endorsement to provide HI
fuller coverage: for theft
and accidental dam-
age?" SUNDAY ; j QQQ Q OPEN SUNDAY
UW
Charley E. '
10-6 106"aile

JOHNS AGENCY

131 SO.WALNUT ST.

PHONE" 9B4-SO7O'





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