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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 25, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Bradford County Hospital is ahead of its anticipated reve-
nue schedule with hopes of beginning the new year in the black,
a administrator R.D. Edmondson announced Monday
Length Of Day "We're still looking good. Payrolls have been met and the
yoU November payables have been met. As of Friday, we were in
Wishing good shape," Edmondson said. .
Edmondson painted a rosier picture to the Bradford County
Hospital Board of Trustees at its regular monthly meeting on
Suit Continued Thursday, December 11, saying the hospital will wind up appro-
ximately$6,000 in the black by the end of this month.

Previously the trustees $31,742.89, Others 1302860.
were told the hospital neededto Edmondson said that a
raise $126,000 by the end of certificate of deposit, a 90-day
By UC Board the month in order to break note taken out in September,

even. for a loan of $15,000 would be
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Edmondson and the hospital due on December 25.
staff along with the hospital He said the hospital has
LAKE BUTLER
A special it's against the
policies you auditors spent a busy week other certificates of depositand
meeting of the Union County want to have enforced "
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School Board prior to the meeting contact- he was instructed by the
Dec 18 resultedin Cason countered.
ing the insurance companies, trustees to update them on
a 3-2 vote to continue the
between medicare and medicaid offices their anniversary date.In .
suit filed against Superintendent Hostility the super-
James Cason intendent and board memberswas to get their assistance in other business Edmondson -
L' the length of teachers'concerning work evident at the meeting, speeding up payment of said the trustees should
when board attorney Wayne money owed the hospital.It give serious considerationabout
day.Asking that the suit be discontinued Carrol advised members to was pointed out that as of having a written con-

) We join jolly old St. Nick in the board's, decision Cason urged to shortenthe that of refrain Cason's from questions answering"calling some the hospital Dec had 11 $48,458 meeting in the the tract doctors."Thedoctors with .the emergencyroom

work day by a half hour for a legal conclusion." bank. are paid by the
rs wishing everyone, everywhere was in direct violation of Edmondson was instructedto hospital but we have had a
board Cason also said he had been personally take bills number of complaints that
which he
policy is
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'happiness and good cheer now and always. under oath to enforce."Is "falsely accused" of failure to amounting to $17,000 to the these doctors are not seeing
call Medicare office in Jackson
a special meeting of the every patient that comes into
there anything short of a board requested for Dec 15. ville on Friday,Dec 12, where the emergency room for treat-
l''>'court battle to end this?" they have promised to pay ment" Edmondson said.
board chairman Morris Dobbs "I fail to recall any requestof them within five to seven daysof Doctors man the emergencyroom
asked of members Pam me personally to call a receiving the bills. Another
'Fences At Local SchoolsTo Thomas, Kessie Griffis and meeting. I understood that the $33,000 in medicare bills will Monday from through 7 pm.Friday to 7 a.m.and
'GoingUp Donald Dukes, who voted to three members desiring" the be ready by Friday, Dec. 19,
continue the suit, asking for a meeting would call it, Cason and those bills were asked to i SIT I'.mi1 II
declaratory judgment requir- said, adding that he would not be hand carried to Jackson-
ing Cason to carry out the have called a, meeting any- ville for payment to the 1I0lidaylollrs
board's approval of the short- way, for the board to discussthe hospital.
Contain And Protect Students ened work day. legal action against him. AnnouncedC'ounty
Quicker from
The board voted 3-2 in late response and city offices will
Medicare has to be closed for different
helped place I holidays(
to allow teachers
September Pecan Sales the hospital in better financial days this week, wellas
The Bradford County School school campuses over the tary and Brooker Elemen- sion to raise the fences from to leave school grounds at 3:30: as
Board approved nearly $25,000in holidays. tary, the board decided. Ori- four feet to almost six feet as rather than 4 p.m. as policy condition, Edmondson said. local banks, according to
rn school Improvements at a Fencing will go up at Brad- ginal estimates of about$7,000to recommended by architect requires unless asked by principles Total Other bills amounting to officials.
special meeting Dec 17, including ford High School, Starke Ele complete the job will be Craig Salley The taller fences ,, to stay for a meeting. $38,123For $57,000 have been billed to The Bradford County
: fences! togo, up on four mentary, Southside Elemen- higher due to the board's deci- will discourage climbing by other firms who have pro- Courthouse will be closed
students, Salley said The suit, filed Oct. 2, con- Season mised the hospital that the Christmas Day and Friday of
this week and New Year's
tends that Cason issued
Bradford High will be a money will be sent to the Day. The sheriff's office will
Load Limits almost encircledin memo following the board'sdecision hospital, within a week of be closed
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ProposedFor completely directing teachers to Pecan sales at the Starke Wednesday
of the bills.
the chain link fencing to discourage remain on duty until 4 p.m. State Farmers Market receipt Edmondson estimated the Thursday this week and Nl'WYear's
unwanted visitors totaled for the Day,
until the board changes the $38,123 season
and students leaving the cam- policy legally under the Ad- .just closed, with 99,495 pounds Dec. 18 payroll at ap- City Hall{ and the post office
pus without permission, ministrative Procedures Act sold at an average of 38 centsa proximatey $25,000, with bills will be closed Christmas J Day
Secondary RoadsA especially during lunch APA( ). pound. November outstanding for October and and New Year's Day only The
by the hospital for'
period. These problems were Starke Police Department wiN
..... brought out in a special The board insists that the Sales began October 30 and $80,429. The administratorwas not close over the holidays.
new ordinance to limit the cussed at a special meeting of because of overloaded trucks committee meeting Dec. 11 policy remains unchanged, were held each Thursday with granted permission to Bradford County Health
gross weights of the axle and the Bradford County Commission going on county roads. which proposed the fencing to that teachers are given per- more than. 72 growers participating pay $30,000 of the back bills J Department will be closed
pounds on secondary roads in on Monday, Dec. 22, with the board. mission to leave early through owed by the hospital.He Thursday and Friday this-
Bradford County was dis- action tabled until the regular The Commission instructed The fence will enclose the internal management proce- The average price was estimated that an week, as well as New Yt'ar'sDav
monthly meeting on Monday Shaw to make an additional school with gates from the dures. better than 1973 when around 'estimated cash flow the last .
Jan. 5.Drafted. paragraph setting up a policy existing vocational class- "We have waived the policyin 136,000 pounds were sold, but 13-days of the month will 'net Florida Bank at Starke and
utter'TELEGRAPH by County Attorney where local firms may be rooms eastward to the side- years before and I think we gross revenue was only the hospital an additional Community State n..nk.11.
zhcIvutn Eugene F, Shaw, the new law granted a permit to travel on walk bordering US-301 aroundto can waive it again. We" only $39,148. Average price then $26,000 to have toward meet- close! only Christmas! Day and
sets the gross weights Im- the secondary roads of the Adkins Street, back to the want a judgment on it, said was around 28 cents. ing their obligations.In Jan. < in holiday commemora
posed on the highway by the, county to make necessary vocational building. Mrs. Thomas lion. Guaranty Federal
'wheels of any one axle of the delivery. These permits wouldbe Market manager Bob Allen the first 10 days of Savings( will close at noon on
vehicle shall not exceed 16,000 granted local applicants for The committee, consistingof "What you want is,any time said no sales were held at the December the hospital netted Christmas Eve remain closed
pounds on any state secondaryor up to six months by filing an two school board members, three members of the board market last year because of, the following breakdown of Christmas 1 Day and will open
county road of Bradford with the county principals, a teacher repre- decide they want something the crop failure and the short accounts due: Blue Cross its doors again( Friday morning -
County application sentative and school adminis- done, I have to do it, even if supply of nuts. $10,806,13, Medicare for regular business hours

The gross weight Imposedby Chairman Dave Shuford trators, decided that althoughthe .
the wheels of all axles of a told Shaw that it was the in- fence would not solve the .. .
J vehicle also shall not exceed tention of the commissionersto problems at the high school, it f* : a ..
to overloaded would make the job of school a ,r L.b
50,000 pounds on any state try stop ... t"pr
secondary or county road In trucks from passing throughthe personnel and Starke police to \ _
Bradford County.. county on secondary the area easier '
Shaw said that the recommendations roads, but was not aimed at Fencing will also go up on a .
NEWS for these limits local business firms. Washington Street in front of i '::1
AND AD DEADLINE was recommended by the Starke Elementary to protect '
Dec 29 state of "Theordinance provides for playground pupils from t
Monday department transpor- violations II !
to be enforced only
traffic. Although traffic' In
12 noonRECEPTION tation to help save some of the where ;
signs are posted on the front of T 4 fJ
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Arlln L.McKnightRetiring as- Utility Rates ,Lowered For Customers f W

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Health Dee Department 21 175 Living Outside Lake Butler City Limits R

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2-S p.m.. LAKE BUTLER Although customers living outside the Hal Y, Maines, who said he
Starke Golf and utility costs will Increase for city limits because the present was unaware of the "com
Country Club the City of Lake Butler, it rate Is illegal, the city council paratively new" statute. The ,' .
must lower rates for some 25 learned Dec 10. council voted 4-0 to comply. J kaY rnV
Public Is Invited Utility customers outside Developers of the property !1".t. ,, ;
----- Early News the city limits have paid promised city utility rates to -
BC ZONING BOARD double for about two years, buyers, "all the comforts of
Dee.30, 7 p.m., rates In lieu of city taxes the city without city taxes,",
----- Ads Needed charged to customers inside ,White said.Developers, f
BHS CLASS OF the city according to councilman paid for Install-
'tt REUNION Next Bill! White. ation of the water and sewer
Saturday, Dec.277r30pm. Week .The city could be liable for ,lines, causing problems in
\ Due to New Year's Day falling -' violation of a Florida Statutein annexation, said councilman
SIO couple on Thursday this year, the charging these customers T.S. Thomas, who said called *
.NAS Officers Club Telegraph will be published 100 percent surcharge. White for a larger tax base in Lake
JacksonvilleC.w1..V early again next week. said.A 25 percent surcharge is Butler. .
The Telegraph will go to the most allowed by the sta- Union General Hospital is
Of press next Monday 'Tuesday tute without a vote of the one of the customers to enjoy
be on the street, people. If the Issue should the reduced rates. 'C 4 7'W B B B B B B B B B DIHHI Ea B BI B B B B B B B B B B B B Bm BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBal
the mmuntly morning. ". pass In referendum, the city The council also learned. Twas The Night Before Christmas': ..''"
State. ank'A.Now'HU" To meet the early press dateIt can charge only 50 percent that its utility bill would In- .. .
is necessary that the Telegraph surcharge crease from $285 to$305 effec- Actually It was Dec. 6 when these youngsters were read and Darrell Gnawn. The float/was sponsored by the Bradford
T....._*. staff have news and ad- Immediate reduction of the tive Dec. 1 for the water and the story of Saint Nick during the Christmas parade by Mrs. County Fire Department Mere Christmas parade pictures
,.f *rml D*_lt,......_.Cmrf- vertisements In the office by rate to a 25 percent surchargewas sewage treatment system, Oteta llardenbrook. Listeners are
noon,Monday Dec., 29. called for"by city attorney "&see, Page l) PhllUpt. Paula Green Christie Dlckenson. Derrick. Dowdy ... ,*>, -



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More than 90 attended a ; : I
reception at the Starke Golf :i- ,' : T.E.L. Class Entertained Atrso Peek Sr's.
r and Country Club on Sunday, : ', ,
December 21, honoring the TheT.E class of the First education, gave an Inspiring\
retirement of John N. Myersas Baptist Church of Starke was Christmas message.. Mr.
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r executive vice-president of ) '" entertained in the home of George, minister of music
the Starke-Bradford County 'yj'I Mrs. S.L. Peek, Sr. on Thurs- sang"Sweet Little Jesus Boy,1and
Hill Cilovrr, Chamber of Commerce president, (second 'Chamber of Commerce and day, Dec. 18 with Mrs. Lola "0 Holy Night." Mrs.' "
from right) presents plaque to John N. Myers "for devoted the in-coming new Executive A Johnson as co-hostess. L.A. Canova played accompaniments '
service to the SUrke-Kradford County Chamber of Commerce Vice-president William Rev and Mrs. Ben Bryant, for the songs oh the :'
,Sept. 1(1( !!%' to Dec.26. 1975."At left Is William (Bill) Wilson. p N pastor, Mr. and Mrs. Travis autoharp. 1
Wilson, Myers' successor as director and at right, Harold Attending the guest book J'' r Q Q Kimbnl and Mr. and Mrs. Gifts were exchanged r
Davis!! president-elect of the chamber. were: Karen and Debbie William George were invited among the members and ,'

Glover daughters of Chamber .+..:...." .;,;; /II's' guests.Mr. guests after which the hostesses
President William S. Glover. j Kimbril, minister of served refreshments.
T. Jr.'s 1.
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Casey, Standing in the receivingline : \

were Mr. and Mrs. John t \ Jimmy Thorntons To Honor'
Celebrate 25thAnniversary
Myers and Mr. and Mrs. I
William Wilson. Newlyweds Dec. 28
9.t The punch table was
covered with a white linen Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Thornton Marlon Thornton and Mar-
Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey, cloth over-laid with net .J ,
green will be hosts at a wedding garet Davis, daughter of Mr
". { Jr. celebrated their 25th decorated with silver and '. reception Sunday, Dec. 28 Robert Davis of Fort'Worth..
wedding Sundayat
anniversary white Christmas trees. A from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Pine Texas, were married on
a small family party givenby large Christmas decoration Level Baptist Church in honorof December 13 at the Worth
.e- their daughter, Kathy, and centered the table with three
., their son and daughterinlaw Baptist Church In Fort Worth,
-...;.:.,;>" son, Lee. branch silver candelabras. Top row standing: Senior Regent, Mrs. Russell Eberly. Jr Graduate Regent, Mrs. Ed Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Texas. ,
: : The refreshment table was Serving; punch were: Mrs. Walker. Seated, recorder, Mrs. Charles Huston, treasurer. Mrs. Woodrow Griffis, Jr. regent, Thornton. All friends and relatives are
'. .. o' covered with a lace cloth and Harold Davis Mrs. Mac Baldwin Mrs. John Johnson, Chaplain, Mrs. Albert Young. invited to attend.FROM .
centered with an arrangementof Mrs John Bradley, Jr.,
white mums, carnations Mrs. George Pierce and Mrs.
and silver leaves. A tiered Eve Godwin. Serving tables Women Of Moose Held Installation
wedding cake was at one end
were covered with red cloths.
of the table and Miss Rita Assisting in serving were: Tuesday Of Last WeekThe
Goober presided at the punch Mrs. Warren Carver Mrs. -
bowl at the other end of the
table. Sandra Reddish Mrs. WilliamS. Women of the Moose heart and Gainesville Chapter 1089; Frances Causey, Collegeof
at Christmasan The 50 attending included plover, Misses Eoline Chapter 1726 held their Insti- 1089 was the instituting offi Regents, Lake Shore Chapter -
members of the family and a Green and Susan Ebling. tuting ceremony enrollmentof cer. Officers for 1975.76 are 1495 Frances San Martin,
old-fashioned few close friends. Chamber President WilliamS. charter class and In- shown in picture above. College of Regents, Lake
Glover presented Mr. stallation of officers and Instituted by College of Panasoffkee 1590, installing
Myers with an engraved chairmen on Tuesday of last Regents; Gainesville Chapter senior regent; June Perger,
greeting from Mrs. Annie Mae Ensor of plaque for devoted service to week at the Moose Lodge College of Regents, Lake
Jacksonville is spending the Starke-Bradford County Mrs. Loyetta Walsh, grand BloodworthMillerRehearsal Panasoffkee 1590.A .
DESUEGROCERY Christmas with her mother, Chamber of Commerce from council member of Moose-, buffet dinner was served
Mrs. Bertha Pearce.Mr Sept. 16, 1968 to Dec. 26, 1975. after the instituting ceremonyby
and Mrs. Paul G. Brown Mr. Myers was also presentedan Retired Teachers Dinner the Moose Lodge 2035 at the .
visited Iriends in Amencus electric out-door grill from Moose Home to about 300
Ga over the weekend. the Chamber of Commerce, Held Breakfast Dec.19 ,members and guests.
Naomi & Clarence Bradford County Fair Music for dancing was
Mr. and Mrs. DeWayno Association and The Bradford December 17 Mr. and Mrs. James L. furnished by The Sportsmen.BIRTHS .
923 N. Pine, Register( of Mobile Ala. were County Development Bloodworth entertained at a., ANDs
Tuesday guests of Mrs. L.D. Authority buffet dinner Friday, Decem-
Starke, 964-7028 Vining. Approximately 90 guests The Bradford-Union Retired ber 19, after the wedding
attended between the hours 4 Teachers, with Miss Kathryne rehearsal for their daughter,
and 6 p.m. Epperson president, held a Ellen, and Michael Miller at
breakfast last Thursday at the the Methodist FellowshipHall
Holiday Inn with 17 members
/ka Masons To Install attending. Mr.and Mrs. Morris Carter,
qe4c Each member brought sev- The buffet table was cov- Jr., of Starke, announce the
1976 Officers eral small gifts that were put ered with a green cloth with a arrival of a son, Morris
into Christmas baskets for the centerpiece of six red candlesin Phillip, on November 15 in St.
Dec. 27Bradford shut-in retired teachers of a brass holder decoratedwith Vincent's Hospital, Jackson-
Bradford and Union Counties. cedar. The dining tables ville.Maternal
Lodge No. 35 and were covered with green grandparents are s
Lawtey Lodge No. 189 will cloths with red candles and Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt
hold a joint installation of 1976 Junior Club cedar centerpieces. of Lawtey. Paternal grand-
Twenty-five guests and parents are Mr. and Mrs..
officers Saturday evening
Dec. 27, at Bradford Lodge./ Honors I Sen lorClub members of the wedding Morris Carter, Sr., of Starke.
TeaTne party enjoyed the occasion.
at Assisting Mr. and Mrs.
A covered dish will
, 1 II : be' seryed.atI! p.followed supper Bloodworth..were Mr...; ia.nd! t, Mr and,,Mrarf J.M.Ed-,,.
Women'&Club of Stark .
) wards sunlnlaw.eRd.daugh1etIM .
b MrsHarold: Miller ana Mrs. Sr and
I :.. ,:th-tn .I.i2i.! :.: was the setting for a Christmas Charles Darby. <, } + .sand Mrsr-d.tHigh ,
tea Wednesday afternoonof of Jacksonville 'Cele--
All Masonic families and last week with the Junior 2035'Christmas brated the High's 20th wed- r rd
friends are invited to attend. Women's Club honoring the Moose Lodge ding anniversary at the
senior club. Alhambra Dinner-Theater.
The Christmas theme was Party

carried out in the decorationswith ... m
THE BRADFORD large silver bells hanging Starke Moose Lodge 2035 ',\ '" '. :;
COUNTY TELEGRAPH from the ceiling and giant held a Christmas party on '
Published every Thursdayat Christmas stockings hanging December 20 at the Moose .
138 W. Call Street around the room. A large home on US-301 North for the
Starke, Florida 32091 Christmas tree stood by the children of members.
Served with our very best wishes stage. Santa Claus arrived at 2

for festive Yuletide! Second Class postage paidat Two long tables held the silver p.m. and gave gifts and
a Starke. FloridaSubscription punch bowl and silver tea candy, oranges, nuts and
Closed Dec. 25 & 26 service. The tables were centered apples to the youngsters. .
Rates: with Christmas arrangements During the party carols
Fried ChickenCharlie In trade area: 16.00 per Past presidentsof were sung and refreshments 1
Kentucky year; 11.50six months the Women's Club pouring served.
during the party hours were {
Outside trade area: $7.00 Mrs. J.W. Kincaid, Mrs. J.A.
Fla. Pest Control
and Sybil Braswell 964-5126 per year: ....00 six'" months Griffin Mrs. E.K. Perryman,

Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy, Miss Employees Have 1
Della Rosenberg Mrs. L.A.
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Canova, Mrs. S.W. Hamiltonand Christmas PartyMr. -b."l '
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Jacksonville.Mrs.. John. W. Griffin .and Mrs. James A. Hen- JJC) "O"SCllristliluS
3 Day received members and guestsat dricks were hosts at a Christ-
the door. Standing in the mas dinner party for the
receiving line were Mrs. employees and their familiesof
Robert Autry president of the Florida Pest Control,
SaleNOTICE Junior Club Mrs. V.J. Starke on Saturday, May His birth live ever
Spengler, president of the December 13.Christmas .
decorations in the hearts of men.
senior club. Miss Debbie were
Branson president of the used at points of interest in the
Little Women Mrs. Lester dining area.
Crews Junior club sponsor, Gag gifts were exchangedby Haumton'mGulf
All Black & White and and Mrs. F.W. Strickland the employees after dinner.
Little Women's Club sponsor All 16 attending welcomedthe
Floor hostesses were Mrs. newest member of the Florida r.aar.w a..r.STARKE .
Color T.V.s on Sale This Week at Gerald Wilson. Mrs. J.C. Pest Control family. FLORIDA
Dukes Mrs. Robert Hall Mr*. Sheri Diane Patterson was S.rvic.
10% Maxie Norton Mrs. Freeman born Tuesday December 9. -s.5NI,
Above Cost
Register III, and Mrs.. just in time to attend the partyon
Garreth Jones. Saturday.Peace .

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Cox-Thigpen Engagement Told ','frt : and:Mrs. Charles Hardy :Mfr and :Mrs Lamar :haw
employed by Lake Butler \; ', were hosts' at a family Christ and Idmll)' ol Ponte= Vedra are
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Apparel Company. ;Dul Jon-Know( ,,4,'. J mas dinner party on'Sunday t-pendiniz! the holidays at their
:Mr. Thigpen is a 1971 graduate Attending were :Mr and :Mrs.G home, on Kinsley] Lake They
of Suwannee High Mr.: and :Mrs. LaRue ic : E. :\lcGdull')'. II. JeilnmgsMcGaulev have as holiday guest :Mrs
School and is presently servo Williams and family are : and Chase Hardy of Miaw's p.lrl'lIt.11'. : : and :Mrs
ing in the U.S. Air Force.A spending the holidays with JdcksOIl'llleIrs.: G.E R. Ueecher ol Lvons. GaMr .
:May wedding is planned. :Mr. and :Mrs R.A. ColsonMr. :McGauley.( :\11'5. Connie '
ri : : :. and :Mrs. JanPouizlas. of{
: and :Mrs. C.T. Beasleyof Bagel. : : Tdll.th.lsset1.md11'.dnd: :Mrs.
Haines City were Thursday :Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Stokes Jim B.lll'It Asheville :N': Care
:Mr and :Mrs. C.M.: Patrickof to Saturday guests of :Mrs. Palatka. :Mr. and :Mrs. Amos .spending the holidays. with
c West Florida. :Mr. and :Mrs. O.L. Beasley and :Mrs. J.\V. Bell. East Palatka. :Mr and their parents 11l'> and :Mrs.
I \VA Weldon of Bushnell and Kincaid. :Mrs.( Don Hardy and :Mr and H G. Bolhneer Joining the
:Mr. and :Mrs J.R. Weldon of Mrs: Louis Holstein! ) and lain- lamily un Christmas\ day will
" Jacksonville and their Local admittances to Brad- ily of Gainesville. :Mr and be :Mr and :\\1111\n'II.II'I: ,
1 families are visiting their ford County Hospital this M :Mrs. Charles. Francis. and z'lIl)1 Orange City and Freeman
mother. :Mrs Gladys Weldon week include: :Mrs :Martha family and :Mrs. Bob :Milner, Bollingor' of{ OainosvilleMr
during the week. Brown and :Mrs. Dola Blantonof Jr ol Starke
Hampton: :Mrs. Johnny Bell : and :Mis.' : Keith Gillmg-
:Mrs. Lola Johnson and :Mr. Brown. :Mrs :Marjorie Sutton.. conservatlonist. ham and children Tampaare
Herman :Nettles': and :Mrs Ida t A Is a
and :Mrs Henrv Godwin haveas holiday guest ot :Mr\ and
111.1111 ho knows that the
Plummer of Starke :Mrs. .
guests from Saturday to : :Mrs. Guy; Sale Christmas day
,. .r JI Wednesday Dwight Roberts Beatrice Hines of Graham: t world is not given by histatliers guests. will also] be; ':Mrs.. Dexter (
but borrowed Irons
of Indianapolis. Ind Charm and :Miss Carol Glisson of 'x.. -It Gillmuham and onade
:Mfr and :Mrs. H E. Cox Epperson of Dalton. Ga.. Keystone Heights. sfh ::;;r";;:f w his.:children.....:' 'rase"r ot J.lt'k \;n'llle.SEASON'S .
announce the engagement of David Reeds of :\Iurphrees.boro. -
their daughter ElizabethAnn. Tenn.. and Susan Darby :Mr. and :Mrs.V.M: 1.Ieng: :Members and their families of the Starke Golf and Country Club held a Christmas part and
to David Alan Thigpen. of Jackson Tenn. and daughter of St. Peters- covereddish dinner'ednesd of last week Janet Turner presented a Christmas program and
son of :Mr. and :Mrs..L.. burg are spending the holidays Santa Claus uas on hand to visit the \oungsters and pass our gifts
Thigpen. Jr. all of Starke. :Mr. and :Mrs. Da'idIen; with their parents. E.L.
:Miss Cox is a 1973 graduateof denhall of Stone :Mountain :Matthews and :Mr. and :Mrs. '
Bradfprd High School and isjj Ga. and :Miss June Hardy of Paul :Meng and families.Mr. :Mr. and :Mrs. Lynwood The employees wives and :Mr and Mrs: R R. Turmp- rv
Walters of :Martinsville. Va husbands of the Florida Bank seed. Sr. ol Atlanta ill be
Gainesville with are their spending theholida's : and :Mrs. Jack Carter are holiday guests of :Mr. .and of Starke and the supervision Saturday overnight guests otDr
parents.Mr. :Mrs. S.L. Peek. Jr. staff and wives of DuPont .
: and :Mrs. J E. Hardy.Ir.: and children of Douglasville. and :Mrs. H H. AdjmsMr
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and :Mrs. Gene Jr.
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her parents. :Mr. and night : and :Mrs. Robert
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for the :Mrs A.G. Loudon. are God her and family and Patty
holidays the holidays with his parents.Mr. Anderson of Orlando and :Mrs.( \.
:Miss Sue :Morris of Pom- Kay Turner and Bob John- : and :Mrs S.W. Hamilton. :Mrs, John Pare of Orlando :Mae Kemp ol Auburndale
Beach son of Jacksonville Vicky spent the first of the weak with mere weekend guests ot :Mr.
pano is spending the Mrs. her parents. :Mr. and :Mrs. dndI1's.. .
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holidavs Mr. and :Mrs. :Miss Jean :\Iundand :Miss
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SG. Denmark and family.Mr. Brant Turner of Gainesvilleand Sharon Sofford of Tallahassee JM: ing the family on S nddYIl'rl' 1"..
:Mrs. James Barron of :Mr. and Mrs: Paul Casey. ,l11dd.lUghtel'
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Utility Rates LoWeret d 9..1..9...Page... .1)).. Fences Up Over Holidays.. tiKsSiXfif.il.
secondary roads, Shaw said. viction
a person or firm and punished by a fine not to
It provides that upon con. be guilty of a misdemeanor may exceed $500 or by Imprisonment due to'Environmental Protection had ignored his appeals for hibited, the law is not strictly old bus barn will be purchased 'lature'' before it appropriates!
I in the county jail not to Agency requirement funds to build the facility. enforced. for $141. capital outlay funds.
exceed 60 days or by both fine for monitoring of effluents. Money was raised a few The fencing will be paid for In other action at the special
and imprisonment.The "If Gateway Utility years ago, but contention over with loan money borrowed for meeting last Wednesday, the Projects listed include
Company knew in March that the location of the pound has purchase of new school buses. board decided projects to be equipment and furnishings for
commission requested the hike was coming, I wonder held up actual construction, The new buses were not recommended to the state for new construction planned at
Shaw to add the provision for why they didn't mention it in White said.Lawrence.. chased due to route changesand pur- use of state building funds BHS, BMS, Southside and
the temporary permits to be October so the budget could, said he would about $48,000 of the six next year.The list Is used to Starke Elementary, a covered
added to the ordinance and cover it," said mayor pro-tern agree to lease or sell some of percent loan money remainsto compile a statewide needs walkway connecting plannednew
Margie Cason, calling for' his property for the facility, be spent. survey presented to the legis- construction with existing
tabled action on the ordinance representatives of the company -' "if the neighbors don't object buildings at BHS; chain link
until next month's regular to be present at the next ." The board also approved BCH Board. fencing at Starke and Lawtey
meeting. The ordinance, whenit regular meeting to discuss the No action was taken on the purchase of portable heaters Elementary Schools; expansion -
is adopted,will apply only to increase.An request.In for the bus barn, which is currently (From page I 1)) and renovation of shower

unincorporated. areas of the $11,973 cut in revenue other action, the council unheated, at a cost of from noon on Saturday until 7 and locker room facilities at
county.In sharing has been dealt the adopted a trailer ordinance about$300. Folding chairs for a.m. Monday morning. BHS gym; replace on-site
other business Clerk Gib city, council also learned last limiting the placement of use at several schools was "We have to pay the local sewage and disposal system
Brown that the build-
reported Wednesday from city clerk, mobile homes outside a blockof approved at a cost of $1,200 doctor on call if the emergency at Lawtey Elementary; BHS
used
for in
the
ing voting Townof
Jackie Johns. Main Street throughouttown and fire extinguishers for' the room doctors do not cafeteria; BMS cafetorium;
Graham would no longer be Lake Butler received$85,073 and requiring mobile show up," Edmondson said. relighting of existing auditorium
available. The commission during the last fiscal year, but home owners to get written and reverse cycle heat
discussed the possibility of only $74,100 may be expected' permission or consent form New RiverAssociation Nurse-Anesthetist Julia pump at BHS; multi-purpose
using the new fire station that for this year, Mrs. Johns said."There's .' adjacent property owners.The Davis has been ordered to room built at Southside and
was recently built by the report to active duty with the Starke Elementary Schools;
a possibility we new ruling passed unanimously -
County Volunteer Fire United States Air Force, four reading rooms at South-
have and
not into effect
revenue sharingat
Department but did not take may goes To CelebrateNew where she received a commis- side and Starke Elementary;
all after July, 1976, Mrs. immediately.
any action on that proposal. sion as a Captain on Jan. 11. media production area at
Johns said, noting that the Council also discussed eli-
This is the wish we send The commission l instructed county did not receive a cut minating the 20-name petitionnow Year At Edmondson said that two Southside, Starke and Lawtey
your way: Brown to resolution for this fiscal year. required in order to run nurse-anesthetists would be Elementary Schools.
May yours be Merry Holiday- to the DOT prepare to pursue a signs and One item that will not be cut for city council. The request, First Baptist, StarkeThe ,able to cover the hospital on
gates at the New River railroad from the city budget to makeup brought by Cason and Tho- their days off from a Gaines-
And we also extend a big "thank you" crossing on SR-235, at a for the loss is $3,000 allotedfor mas, would have city candidates New River Baptist ville hospital mostly on Mon- Methodist First United Church
cost of $34,000.Upon an animal shelter. R.D. qualify through the Association will celebrate the days and Thursdays.
for your patronage. Lawrence appeared before same process as county officials old year's end and the New Starke, ,Florida
the council at the monthly by five of Year in at the First Baptist Don S. Lewis, son-in-law of
oaoaoaa J ( ( a OOlJ JU? aooaa4 J tion receipt of the resolu- meeting in hopes of getting a the position's paying annual percent salary as Church, Starke. the Rev. and Mrs. George L.
DOT will assist Bradford dog pound for animal control. a qualifying fee. December 31 at 9:30: p.m. Harper, will deliver the
Charles & CharleneHome County in obtaining a federal Lawrence, who promised to Attorney Maines was the activities will begin with a message at the 11 a.m. service
grant with the grant paying 90 it directed Billy Graham feature movie this Sunday at the First
to
"push personally, get an to study the city ,
Owned& Operated percent of the cost of the RR United Methodist Church, on
animal shelter, praised the ordinance governing city elections "Touch of Brass. The film is
731 N. Lake Behind Handyway signals and the other 10 per- city for its cooperation in the and recommend actionat designed to appeal to every Student Recognition Day at
cent funded bv the COU11ty.I that the the next The with of the Church.
cause, adding county meeting. next age group a ring
election is scheduled for June. authenticity about the events Mr. Lewis is a graduate of
I .. I I I. I I I surrounding the life of an --- the University of Richmond.He .
has been the director of the

13tW( a evening average Other working will activities include family.for singing the rfi... t 6?arU"C !E EC Virginia summer, for camp the Virginia at Bedford Bap-,

tist Brotherhood for
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PEACETo groups, special emphasis"We (l He is
Hold These Truths,"and com- years. now attending
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ACTIVITIES LAWTEYby David Albert and Joshua, of HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy
.Church of God: Sunday Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser ,David Scott and daughter,
vices '11 a.m. and 7pm. Elizabeth Terrv. Marla, Martha and John By JOHphIne
Prayer Meeting Tuesday, 7:30: gathered at the home of their
p.m. YPE Friday, 7:30: p.m. morning at 10 o'clock. There Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders. Lake City, are the proud parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Mr. and Mrs. Hank Lett's dent of the Hampton Elementary pm. The hall was:decorated, .
Kvjurti-n: baptist: Sunday were 22 present including Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe and parents of a son, Joseph Ryan, Smith for their Christmas little son Eddie is home afteran School PTA. by Susie' Lott: Bobby. Sheppard -
&:i1ol.: ) 10 a.m. Worship Ser- pastor and family. They sons of Cape Coral, stopped born Dec. 10 dinner on Sunday Dec. 21. ear operation. He was surprised Santa Claus and his little Elf and Dot Mitzel. Drinks
revealed the of their
ices 11 a,m. and 6:30: p.m. names by for a visit and were dinner Mrs. Lois Carter spent The Starke Business and with a visit from Santaat Helper visited Hampton Ele- and cookies were furnished by
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7 Prayer Partners for 1975 and guests of their mother, Mrs. Thursday to Sunday with her Professional Women's Club his home since he could not mentary, School last Friday Mayor and Mrs. Bruno the
received the which
names (Hester Hicks, and brother-in- son and daughter-in-law, Mr. had their annual Christmas get out to meet Santa at the afternoon. Santa tells us that candy ,by Councilwoman
p.m.Faith each one will have for 1976. law and sister Mr. and Mrs. talking to all the Vaughan the Mr.
Baptist: Radio and Mrs. Earl Denmark and party at the home of Mr. and he enjoyed oranges by
Program over WPXE Starke, Mrs. Roberts served a .deli Glen Shuford and family on family, of Jacksonville. While Mrs. Gene Pearson last The Wednesday afternoon children and making sure that and Mrs. Fontaine and Mr.
S a.m. Sunday Bible School 10 cious luncheon. their way to spend Christmas there she also visited her bro- Thursday night. They serveda Craft Class will not meet until he knew what they wanted for and Mrs. Schaub. Cupciakl'sand
a.m.: Worship Services 11 a.m. Highland Baptist: Sunday with their son and daughter- ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and covered dish dinner and the first Wednesday afternoonin Christmas.The coffee were provided and
1 School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert served by the Hampton Senior
and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Mrs. John Aguiar.Mr. exchanged gifts afterwards. January.One .
\. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Bible vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wolfe and son in Wilmington, and Mrs. Scott Davies Ray Wilson spent ten days Hampton Christmas Citizens Club. There were
Study.Revival. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7 Dela. and son of Pensacola, arrived recently in Nashville, Tenn. of the prettiest sights Party was held Friday even- about 125 children and adults
Services Fridayand p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Sunday to spend Christmas Mrs. Lucille T, Ivey at- I've seen around Hamptonwith ing at the Hampton Recrea- present. A good; time was had
Saturday nights, Jan. 2-3, School Northside BaplisU Sunday Ser- left Monday for a visit with week with their parents Mr. tended a Senior Citizens the Christmas Spirit is tion Center (City Hall). Mrs. by all everyone wishing each
at 7:30:: p.m. Sunday a.m. at 11 vices 10 a.m. Worship and their son and daughter-in-law, and Mrs. B.F. McCulley and Christmas Party at Hamptonfor the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark led the Christmas songs other a very merry Christ-
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and 2 pm. Preaching by Elder a.m. p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly David. the children of Hampton on Riddick located on the east and Mrs. Shields accom- mas.
John L. Cross of Covington, Prayer. Meeting Wednesday, 7p.m. and family, of Lake Worth Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore Friday night Dec. 19 side of US.301. just north of panied her on the piano. Santa I would like to wish every.
Ga. There will also be special during the Christmas holidays and Mickey attended the 25th Mrs. Darlene Norman and SR-18. Mr. Riddick is presi- Claus arrived a little after 7 one a very Merry Christmas.
singing by the Cross Family Wedding Anniversary party, sons; Mrs. Elsie Norman, of
and others. Picnic dinner at PERSONALS: Friends of Mrs. II.C. Harley for their son-in-law and Law ley, Mr. and Mrs. Benny
noon./ You are cordially In- Dick Thomas of Jackson- regret that she is a patient in daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tho- Wainwright and family, Mr.
vited to attend. ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Leesburg Hospital since last mas Casey of Starke, given by and Mrs. James Richardson BROOKER IN BRIEF .
Grace: United Methodist! Carl Prevatt on Friday. Ano- Sunday. Our prayers are with their daughter, Miss Cathy and family, and their grand-
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- ther guest was their son J.C. her.Mrs. Casey, Sunday, Dec. 21, in mother, Mrs. Lissie Starling, By Jeannette Prescott
Prevail Jr. of Gainesville
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ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Mae Wells Mrs. their home. of Jacksonville were dinner '
pm. Choir Practice 7 pm. Tuesday afternoon. Martha Dorko, and Mrs. Mrs. Larry Norman visited guests of her son-in-law and SCIIOOL NEWS directed by Mrs. Merle was enjoyed afterwards!
United Methodist Fellowship 8, Miss Elizabeth Terry Wayne Massey and Terri and Mrs. O.J. Phillips in Bradford daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A.B. The students held their Starling at her home held a around the Christmas tree in
p.m. Wednesday. visited her nephew and niece, Virginia, of Lawtey, attendedthe County Hospital last Friday. Wainwright, Sr., of Jackson- annual Christmas on Christmas which included (the recreation building.
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch and Harley Christmas dinner of ville Monday evening program a hay ride. The choir directed by
There:will be an Adminis- Friends Mrs. Ruby New- on Thursday, Dec. ,18, at 7:30:
trative Board Meeting Sunday'' Tuesday of Jacksonville Beach Saturday at the home of Mrs. som, mother of Mrs. Carolyn Dec. 15. with a majority of the Mrs.. Glenda Andrews en- Tommy Outlaw, visited
night. Dec. 28. at the church at to Friday. Mattie Miley in Starke. Approximately Holmes of Starke, regret to .Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright p.m.students participating. tertained the Acteens at a the shut-ins and the elderly
Mrs. O. Nicula and Vickie 40 at- and Van and Kim of Christmas at her homeon carols.
7: o'clock. people learn that she is a surgical Friday was the last day of party Monday night singing
spent Monday with her sister, tended.Mr. Paton and Mrs. Dec. 13 and Mrs. Afterwards
United Methodist Women patient in Alachua General Park, Mr. school this The PTA Saturday, they enjoyed a
)had their Annual Christmas Mrs. Velma Jenkins, of Jack- and Mrs. Doc Mosley Hospital. Our prayers are J.E.> Mciver and grandson, vided Christmas year. bags for pro-all Kathryn Henry's Young hay ride
sonville. Visited their nephew and Brad Rhoden of Ocala, Mrs. Peoples Class held their
Party at the home of the president with her. Her granddaughter students. I>KI: >,\S; HAI'TIST
Mrs. Pauline O'Toole of Los
Mrs. niece, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wil- Mrs. Joseph Starling and Pat Sanders, Denise, Lisa and Christmas party on December
George Roberts Trie Christmas
Angeles Calif. spent Tuesdayto bur and son,of Middleburg, on David visited her on Thurs- Cathy, Mr. and Mrs. Al Purser programwas
Sr.. of Starke, on Tuesday Sunday with her parents 4-11 CLUB NEWS 19.The conducted Sunday. 1 Dec.2L .
Sunday. and son, Eric, Allen Brown of church Christmas program -
The 4-11 Club, under direc- Mrs. Jean Hart with
I I Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. day.Mrs.. Celita Lee and Jacksonville, and Mrs. T.L. was held Tuesday, Dec. by
tion of Mrs. Mary Jane Green, carols by the differentage
Hermie Kelly attended the Michelee of Jacksonville, Wainwright were Christmas 23, at 7:30: p.m. in the church sung
had cookout and a hay ride. The Christmas
breakfast for retired Teachersat dinner of Mrs Wilma a recreation Carols groups.
were dinner guests of Mr. and guests After singing carols all around building. presented on a llan-
story was
the Holiday Inn in Starke Mrs. Gene Pearson on Sun- Wainwright on Sunday Dec. enjoyed a Christ- were sung by the Young board.
last Thursday morning. day. Michelee, their grand- 21. We are proud to report that town, they at the Community People and the Junior Choirs, nelgraph;

Mr. and Mrs. M. Stephens of daughter, will stay over until Eric Purser was in the top ten Center mas party on Monday, Dec. 22. conducted by Mrs. Margaret PERSONALS
Starke, visited Mrs. O.J. Wednesday when he took the entrance examinations Dyal. Gifts were exchanged Mrs. Gnann and
Phillips in Bradford County for college around the Christmas tree. Bobby
and Mrs. Doris Snyder
Hospital.on Sunday.Joe Mr. and Mrs. Manny Mar- Mr.. and Mrs. Harlow Wat- Stacy
of Jacksonville, recent
Harley spent the week tinez of Bisbee, Arizona, spent kins of Jacksonville were NEW RIVER CHURCH were
with his father, H.C. Harley the Christmas holidays with' ,Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. The G.A. Girls, conductedby guests; of their parents. Mr.
BAPTIST and Mrs. Evan Hodges.
of Bushnell and they visitedhis their parents, Mr. and Mrs Lucille T. Ivey and Mr. and Mrs. Nancy Parrish andMrs. BKOOKEK) ;
mother Mrs. H.C, Harley, Robt.\ Lee and John. Mrs. D.R. Brown and Cynthia. Carrie Ford held a The Brooker Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Eyan HOdges
at the hospital in Leesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Bufora Hig- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt, slumber party on Friday. Dec. Christmas program was held ,and Mrs. Vcliela Lovelace and
12, at the home of Mrs. Nancy Sunday night Dec. 21, at 7 Teena visited their mother,
His wife Joan and childrenand ginbotham of Maxville, Mr. of Tallahassee, arrived Sun- '
Outlaw Mamie ( and
Mrs. lodges
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Barley and Mrs. Michael Waters and day to spent some time with Parrish. p.m. Tommy con- '
went down Friday nightfor daughters, of Middleburg their parents, Mr.. and Mrs. Also the same night, the ducted the choir featuring sister Melba Rain. InrArclwr'on : '
the weekend. Mrs. Jimmy Higginbotham Arlie Dobbs. Training Union Class, Christmas music Fellowship Sunday Dec. I H. :r

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogler and children, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Irma Wilson of Valdosta -

-.- and daughters, of New Danny Waters and family, Ga., spent the Christ- >
Smyrna Beach spent Satur- Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Waters and mas holidays with her brother City Ignores DER Pressure' .
day with their parents, Mr daughter, gathered at the and sister-in-law Col. and
and Mrs. Doc Mosley. home of their parents,Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson.
Mrs. Lois Carter and Mrs. Mrs. James Waters for a Jack Darley of Texas spenta A letter from the Depart- well as any subsequent grantsare "They're just slapping our
co.J Oscar Carter visited their Christmas get-together, Sun- few days with his brotherinlaw ment of Environmental Regulations dependent on approval of hands for not cooperating with
'f" aunt, Mrs. O.J. Phillips in day, Dec. 21. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. stating that the city' the plan," said the letter, the apartment ,builders.
.- Bradford County Hospital on Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson Buster Bennett, and Nancy.Mr. may lose federal grants by signed by Chief of Wastewater Bananas on It," commented
Monday.Mr. attended a reception for John and Mrs. Barry Watts refusing to provide utility service Management and Grants Schaefer.
A sincere u'ish' for a Merry and Mrs. Freddie Myers, of Starke, at Starke were guests of Mr. and Mrs. to DS&N Developers Howard L. Rhodes. The city has already
Peterson, of Vero Beach Country Club on Sunday. Glen Ray Alford and family received little response from The city may lose $1.2 received some $39,000 in grant
Christmas and thank you for visited their sisters, Mrs. Dar- Mrs. Tom Tatum Jr and Sunday afternoon. the city commission Tuesday million in federal grant monies for planning of the
lene Norman and sons and children were Sunday dinner The Lawtey Community night, Dec. 16.Dismissing 'monies to upgrade the present project.
letting us serve you Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman guests of her parents, Mr. and Vocational Center Prison the correspondence water and sewage system in t

GOODMAN'S STANDARD and sons, on their way to Mrs. Gene Pearson. Another Evangelical Choir held a as a non-legal document accordance with DER requirements Council tentatively agreedin
Tennessee last Saturday.Mr. guest was their son, John, of Christmas program for family stating mere possibilities city calling for com- July to provide water and
SERVICE STATION and Mrs. Gene Pearson St. Petersburg, who spent sev- members, residents,'staff and attorney George Pierce pletion of the project by June service to the site
sewage
attended the Alhambra dinner eral days with them during other guests on Saturday agreed as' MayorCommissioner 18. 1977. planned for the apartments on
EMBER D. GOODMAN Theatre with DuPont em- Christmas. night Decl; 20. Charles Schaefer en- Council. whas .alreadyreQei1r'ed'"fetters' SIMOO, but rescinded that
': .f"!' ,ployees Saturday night.. Mr'hal'\ctMrs\; Andy Io"j .D f couraged (We cbiincfDto\ ignore S .. stating; .ft ,
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Tight Tornado Press Beats Spruce Creek






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OCALA-The Bradford High basket and Milton Baker two With Just over two minutesto 18 markers in the opening at the charity line, hitting points. Wayne Berry chipped of which Coach Sexton was i 'd
Tornadoes easily defeated the to put them out in front 62. play in the game BHS, with half. Ross had 10 points for seven of eight shots, but got in with 10 points from inside most pleased last Thursday.He .
Creek Hawks to cap- They then coasted to a 19-9 its press working well, estab- BHS. man who became open would the key, but his teammateswere did not think his Tornadoes
Spruce ture consolation honors in the first stanza margin led by lished a 62-41 lead as both Chris Cantrell, a 6-7 center shoot the basketball.In not able to get him the played that well, otherwise.
Ocala Forest Booster Club Berry's 10 points and Baker's coaches then put the balanceof led the Hawk attack with 16 ball often. .
Christmas Tournament three field goals and a charity their squads into the game. points.Dave Piccolo, a 6-2 for- the second half Bradford's BHS hit 23 of 68 shots from Score by Quarters 4dWL'
BHS 10 9 14 20-53Pernandlna ,
played at the Forest High BUS also had a 66-44 lead nar- ward, was also in double Milton Baker, who led the field,slightly under 34 per- 14 17" 15-60 t
gymnasium on Saturday, Dec. toss.The Hawks pulled up to 21-17 rowed in the final minute as figures with 14 points.Fernandina the team with 23 points, along cent.
with the Tornadoes losing in the second chapter on fine the Hawks reserves using an with Wayne Aldredge who Alfred Ross led BUS in BHSi Baker 10 3 23, Wayne Berry S 0. 2r I r,
20. scored 10 points, and Kenny with 10.Willie Berry 101, ROM 000 Bright ',\
60-53 on Thursday, Dec. 18, to shooting by Dave Piccolo, but all-court press scored the final rebounding 11, Wayne 204, Hampton 204, Aldredoe 3410.
the Fernandina Beach BUS got off six quick-points in nine points of the contest to Game Hampton and Emmitt Bright Berry had 10, and Milton Total' 237 53.Fernendlnai. '.'
Pirates. a space of 62 seconds by make the final score BHS 66, Using a feathery touch with began to hit from outside with Baker and Willis Berry each Anderson 15.3 33.
Forest captured the cham- Wayne and Willis Berry and Spruce Creek 53. deadly accuracy, tall ((6-9)) accuracy. Fernandina's lead had seven. The reboundingwas Gaulhler 13 1 3, Roberts 2 4 8. Benjamin
defeating Fernan- two free throws by Wayne to Score by Quarters skinny Ken Anderson scored was whittled from 14 to seven the part of the BUS game 204. Henderson 3612. Totals 231460.

Bead lead 16 12 19-66 33 points and grabbed 17 _............ ,
dina 59-56 in a closely push the to 27-17. The BHS 19 mveanx-'- -_ "' U"-- !"'- James Henderson scored 12points
Tornadoes then movedto Spruce Creek 9 12 16 It-5} rebounds to lead a tall Fer- w '_'"'I ''''''''''''iIi
fought contest after super cats easily '/ .,. ': .v ,i. the only other Pirates,
nandina five to 60-53 win ,
qualified for the finals by out- a 35-21 halftime margin. BMSi Aldridge 3-17 Hampton 124, a y ; besides Anderson, in-double
Spruce Creek, a first 7 IB.ROM S 0. over the Tornadoes in the pre- :. ,
scoring Spruce Creek 6054. year Willis Berry 3 3 9 Baker 4 : .1' figures. 1 P
school, tried to make a gameof 10. Weyne Berry 7 4 la. Total 26,14 66.. liminaries of the Ocala Forest .,.. .1'1 The Pirates had two 6-5
BIIS had its vaunted Spruce Creeki Boka 248,Cantrell 6. holiday classic last Thursday 1o' '
press it in the third quarter but players to add to Anderson'stowering
16 Caltor 1 2. Crawford 1 02. Johnson ,
working to a "T" Saturday the Tornadoes, on baskets by 1 02. Marcum 1 0 2, Smith 21 5, Plccold night.Bradford heights. When An-
night. The Hawks had great Wayne Berry and Alfred Ross, 6 2 14. Total 20 13 53. sharpshooters hit derson lined up for a free
difficulty getting the ball past kept a 39.23 lead. With less The win evened the Tor- from outside with accuracy in .' u p y A. throw, arms straight out from
mid-court and, as a result, the than two minutes to play in the nadoes at 3-3 so.far this sea- the second half, as they e shoulders, his shoulders were
Tornadoes moved quickly to third quarter the Hawks nar- shaved down a 12 point Fer-, I about a foot above the
the lead after trailing 20. BIIS rowed the BHS lead to( 43-35 son.Baker and Wayne Berry nandina lead to seven pointsby shoulders of Bradford's.
made numerous steals in the but baskets by Baker and were the leading scorers for the end of the game. Both Wayne Berry who is 6-4.
BUS end of the court, as the Freddie Aldridge quickly reestablished the Tornadoes in the consolation BHS and Fernandina had 23 Forest broke open a tie A
Hawks brought the ball in and the Tornado domi- game with 18 points each. field goals, but Fernandina game in the final period in the
drove for quick baskets. nation giving them a 47.37 lead Baker had nine points in each scored 14 points at the free etiSs championship game by out-
Wayne Berry made the first going into the final period. half while Wayne had 16 of his throw line. BHS was accurate scoring Fernandina Beach, Milton Baker ((15)), BUS
the sixth ranked AAA schoolin sharpshooter who made all-
--- -- the state 6.0 in the first six tournament team, sinks a
I minutes of the final chapter. turn-around jumper In the
I : Anderson, the 6-8 Fernan- game with Spruce Creek with
dina Beach center, scored five the Hawks Jim Polito ((10))
4 \\4 field goals in the opening trying to come up to stop him.
period and he could not seem '
I Ir ( r. to miss, but the Wildcats cleverly Henderson with 13 and Vic
I4l kept him from getting Gauthier with 10 were the
t the ball with a press to score other Pirates in 'double

/ t an upset in the finals, 5956. figures.. .
? 1 Andy Harshman with 18 The Tornadoe five does not
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.A .. 10 points sparked the "Super- after the Christmas
t :' : ;, cats" to the championship. holidays.reopens, Next scheduled

Anderson with 20 points was game is Tuesday, Jan. 6, in
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Wayne Berry ((25) of BUS, who made the all-tournament _
LijEJSTm BLESSInGS team, takes a shot against Spruce Creek with the Hawks champions were Jasperuamllonoumy 13-11 u
\ Steve Boka ((40)) and Anthony Gaiter poised for the rebound. crowned around the state of in an exciting playoff game
Florida on Friday, Dec. 19, as played at Palmetto.
Anderson sunk 15 of 18 shots fewer chances. the long football season ended.In Greensboro, noted for
May the Blessings of the Holy from the field, hitting 83 per Tornado tactics in the winning a number of state
cent of his shots. The tall second half class 4A Hialeah-Miami basketball championships,
were an aggres-
Child lead to find Peace and Warm Wishes for
you a Pirate hit from outside and sive full court press, which Lakes defeated defending started football with the'!973
Contentment for Christmas and altcayt. Cozy Christmas inside. His soft shots hit the forced Fernandina into costly champion Tallahassee Leon in season winning only one game
backboard with hardly any turnovers. But the taller the neutral city of Winter and this year travelled to St.
FROM Christmas From sound yet were not arched Pirates kept their poise, made Haven 31.14.Ocala Petersburg and defeated
THE FOLKS AT Merry very much, due to Anderson's their free throws after Tor- Forest was the only Shorecrest 28-0 for the Slate
height. nado fouls, and kept their champion to successfullydefend i Class A-grid title.
Employees ofTEJIWILLfcGAR Fernandina used its height lead. its crown by travellingto * *. *JL* *
JACKSON. BUILDING SUPPLY advantage to keep the Tornado Fernandina led 14-10 after Delray Beach to defeat,, \ I
: MOTORS eagera.outside.all.nighllong"Fernandina's1a11' the first period. Outscoring Atlantic 149. QuarterbacksTyrone ''' ,
five BHS 17-9 in the Second period, Young tossed a 22V,! =
wrapped themselves aroundthe Fernandina took a 14 point, 33- yard pass to wide receiver d,
key in a tight zone defense, 19, advantage in the dressingroom Thomas Jefferson for one
kept their hands high in the at the break.A touchdown and ran for the
air, and sagged only slightlyto hustling BHS five fought other as the Wildcats came
whichever .side the BHS back gamely in the second from behind to win the crown ,M cagers took the ball. half. BHS tied the Pirates 14- again. "If at first you don't succeed,
The Tornadoes got their 14 in the third period but Palmetto won the AA fix the blame quick!
shots, usually only one, from couldn't cut the lead. In the championship by defeating
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BHS Wrestlers Win Fifth; Clark's Effort Beats ForestHeavyweight

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Jimmy Clark of Bradford -107 pound class: Ricky -147 pound class: Laienby the second period Kurtz (IF) with the score 80, Kenneth Cruger ((8)) with the
High quickly pinned opponent Norman ((8)) pinned Barry (B) pinned Lacy Girard << Jack Moring of Ocala Forest Sindy (IF) with 12 seconds with 14 seconds remaining in won a decision over Mike Futch (th' ) won a decision over .187 pound class: Tim
in the final match of a dual- remaining in the second Woods (F) pinned Waisel
meet on Thursday, Dec. 17, to period. I limes (B) with' 22 seconds
give the Tornadoes in the first
an excit remaining period.
-114 class r
pound Slocum '
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straight Clark (B) Jack 7
wrestling win of the ( ) with 18 seconds pinned Moring
, season. BHS finished fourth In the )p .t the first period. -
-121 pound class Tom Mar-
Big Sun Christmas : (5 The Tornadoes' come from
tourney on
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Tommy Meng
Saturday, Dec. 20 behind win them 5-0
at Lake (B) with 34 seconds left in the gave a
Weir. first period. record as they go into the

Undefeated wrestlers Christmas holiday break. Kenny Hampton (5)( ) tries to find a teammate to pass the
Martin Slocum, Capt. Erie -128 pound class: Ty John- o Ocala Forest lost its sixth bull to in the game with Spruce Creek on Saturday, Dec. 20,
Biggs, Joe Lazenby, Willie son (IF) pinned Glenn CarterB straight dual-meet of the sea at Ocala Forest.
Perry and Clark all won their ( ) with 28 seconds to go in : sonThe
fifth matches of the season to the second period.134 Tornado wrestlers Refinishing Set On Gym Floor
spark BHS to the close vic- pound class: Biggs ((8)) 1 l participated in the Big Sun
tory. won a decision over Jake +t Christmas tournament at Renovations to the BUS lloor will be sanded, resealed
Summary of meet: Lewis << -100 pound class: Wayne -140 pound class: Richard and Joe Lazenby taking first time for the next home game, lepamted
Faison (llo') won a decisionover Mathews (IF) won a decisionover place honors in their weight according to a spokesman for
Alan Montgomery (IB), Carl Hamm (B) with the ; classes, Biggs in the 134.pound the C.G. Gunter Flooring Co., Coach Mike Sexton feels
the score 60. score 254. z S1 division and Lazenby in the which was awarded the bid by that the I'el inished lloor, along
? 147-pound class. the school board last Wednes- with i roof repairs completed
Team Martin Slocum, in the 114- last summer; should I<(iveBI'adford
Undefeated Bradford High Wrestling
pound class, was second and day.The
Front row (l-r) TommyMeng, Glenn Carter, Martin Slocum Carl Hamm, Ricky Norman. bddly-battered gym County a better
Allen Montgomery. Willie Perry. in the 157-pound floor underwent repairs Sateen chance of hosting this year's
Middle row Joyner, Joe Lazenby Jimmy Clark Dennis Brown, Henry division, took third urday and refimshing should district toul' ament. Sexton
ftJnj Pete, Charles Ataetinhl2wigh : row coach, Waischel Ilines,Pat Alachua Santa Fe won the be complete before school he would apply to hostyear's
Mundorff.Jay Ilewetl, Calvin CrugerhKevin Tlllman, Harold Leverson Sam meet, with Gainesville High resumes Jan. 6. Repairs have soon tournament as
; 1 Bennett Scott Ralston,,assistant coach.. second, Ocala Forest third, estimated at $2,100. The ds repairs are completeWe .
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NEW SMYRNA BEACH Father Lopez was defeated They increased the lead to with Hotshot Siler canning 10.
The Union County Tigers heldon 8)58:) on the opening night of 30-17 at halftime behind the Score By Ouartert
to defeat the Daytona the Christmas Tournament by shooting of Boyzie Perry and NSB 10 17 II 33-78
Beach Father Lopez 61-59 to Titusville Astronaut despite Ralph Williams. UHS 14 10 II 21-63UHS
capture consolation honors on Mike O'Connell's 53 points. Father Lopez narrowed the ,
Saturday, Dec. 20, after they In the consolation game the third quarter margin to 43-33 306: Holmes. Jock>306 on 7 011 Perry.Wllllamt 1010.3 G.White 0
were defeated by New Tigers moved out to a 14-10 after the Tigers built up a 17- 4. P.While4 II. Filer I 102, McGill 31
Smyrna Beach 78.63 on Friday first quarter lead over the point lead midway throughthis B, Totelt 29 3 93
Dec. 19, at the Christmas fourth ranked AA school in the quarter.A .
tournament here. state, Father Lopez. furious final period rally In the opening game againstthe
by the Green Wave fell shortas host New Smyrna Beach
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5 test. The Tigers held on to when the host school pulled
hope the Holiday Season finds you I become the first AA team in away for its eventual 15 point
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The Green Wave outscoredthe Perry, Ralph
throughout the coming year Starts Dec. 26 Thru New Years EveSlim's : Tigers 28-18 on field goals Williams and Gerry White all
but UHS canned 25 foul shotsto fouled out of the game in the
1 three for Father Lopez. final period as the host school take great Joy at this
STARKE MOTOR PARTS Fish 'N' Stuff g Boyzie Perry led the Tigers won, going away 78-63.
473-4357 with 20 points. Ralph Williamshad The Tigers opened up at 14- time to express our sincere
Keystone Hgts.
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BHS Cagers CJ Give Coach Mike Sexton 102nd VictoryBradford ...



High basket. turned the squad into a win- game on their home court in South and losing 19. Tim Rebounding has been a Wayne McLeod the leading
with 18.9.
suit with such stalwartsas scorer a average.
bailers during the 1975- ning combination with a 16-11 two years. Murphy was high point man strong
young Sheldon Other key players were Sieve
In 1971.72 BUS had a 14-9 Sewell, White,
76 season have given Coach record in 196566. Adkinson'sBHS with an 11 point average.In .
Mike Sexton his 100th, 101st, teams were 23-7 in 1966-67 winning record, it was 16-12 in 1971-72 the Tornadoes Hodge, Mark Graudons and Baker, Paul McLeod, Bobby
and 102nd victories since he and 16-9 in 196768. 7273. The past two seasons started a big comeback and Charles Blye.Graudons White and Emmitt Akridge
assumed the role of head Coach Sexton after one Tornado basketballers had with it BHS basketball for- Williams, White, This. team won the district
two of the best of title defeating Fernandina
coach in the 1968-69 season year of coaching the BHS jun- seasons any tunes Improved to its greatest currently
and are
area cage teams. They were Hampton Beach 51-44. Travelling to
ior basketballers but 14drr.
after Coach Adkinson varsity heights.(
Warney River
for St. Johns
23-4 in 1973-74 and 22-4 last playing Niceville for the regional
resigned.This with a sound Alabama college Another second place finish"In in Palatka on'
Junior College
Is Sexton's eighth sea basketball career behind him, season, 197475. the Florida Star Conferencewith Priorto tournament BHS won over
scholarships.
Tornadofive. took head basketball In the past 10 years the 14-9 record basketball Pensacola Tate 85-70 and then
son at the helm of the over as a season wasa that David McKnight
In the seven seasons Sex coach for the 1968-69 season Bradford High basketball pro- huge improvement over 1- two for the lost a tough game to the host
years
ton has completed as head after Coach Adkinson re gram has also been turned 19. Bernard Williams and Abie played school 5754. /
into a money maker. For the .. :. Palatka school. The next season, 1966-67, the
basketball coach plus the signed.Sexton's. Williams with 15 points a '
basketball stars
past several the & Several Tornado five, under Adkinson,
BUS .
three seasons Coach Adkinsonwas first team, years game and Willie Newsom with Sexton's tenure also
at the helm prior to that, inherited from Adkinson, hada gym has been filled to capacity 11 points per game were the have during played football and have increased its record to 237.
Bradford basketballers won 15-8 record. His next twoseason's for Tornado home games. offensive leaders on this team. t ti Leading players were Paul
,, They
Only basketball and football gotten footballgrants. McLeod, Bobby White and
154 games and lost 97. saw the Tornado The next Season 1972-73 a 16- include Vernon Barber Uni-
In the past 10 years, since cagers take it on the chin, 8-14 pay their own way at BHS. 12 log featured the District of Florida Malachi Larry Brown.
1965 when Adkinson took over, in 1969-70 and 1-19 in 197071. The other sports have to be Five Championship with a win versity ; They won the district cham-
Southern Mississippi;
a winning tradition has been In 1971-72 the Tornado bas- subsidized from money raised over Oviedo in the regionalbut Donnie Henry, Sewell, Georgia Tech, pionship by defeating Orange(
established under he and ketball team started a comeback by basketball and football a loss to Ocala Forest in and Sheldon lodge, Florida Park 67-34 and Jacksonville
Coach Sexton. Adkinson did with a 14-9 winning games. that tournament final' which Bolles 4235.
not have a losing season in the record. That winning spirit During the 1968-69 season prevented the Tornadoes from A&M.' Then they'defeated Lake
three he coached at BHS. Taking continues into the current sea- Tornadoes compiled a 15-8 going on to the state tourna- r t The best defensive team the City in the regional tourna
a team that had a 8-13 son. BHS basketballers until record and took second placein ment that year. Tornadoes have had since ment 44-32 and lost a heart-
record in 1964-65 Adkinson this season had not lost a the Florida Star Confer. Abie Williams was the high' Willis Berry ((11) of BUS about to pass In from out-of- Sexton took over as coach was breaker in overtime to Crest-
ence. Charles Blye was the point man with 13 points a bounds in the game with Spruce Creek. Ricky 11111 ((20)) and last year's team which limited view 43.37.Adkinson's.
leading player with an 18 point game. Steve Boka ((40)) try to intercept pass In for the Hawks. opponents to 49 points per third and final .
average and 19 rebounds a "Curtis White, Sheldon game average. .season at the helm also included -
game. Four players on that Hodge, Vernon Barber, 1971-72 was the highest scoring the appointment of
team ended the year in double Donnie Sewell, Elva ]Hampton This qualified the 73-74 Tor- White was selected to the team with a 66-points a Sexton as the JV Coach.
figures. and Alvaughn Golden nadoes for the State Cham three-A all tournament teamat game log. "This team lost a Sexton had a 9-8 record as
i The next season, 1969-70 were the nucleus to the suc- pionship Tournament and the state playoffs. lot of games by one point," JV Coach which had some
started a two-year decline in cess of this team," Sexton they took a 17 game winning Williams was the first BHS Sexton said. Two years ago games cancelled at the end of
the fortunes of the Tornado streak into the Jacksonville player to be selected to startin the Tornadoes averaged 65 the season due to a statewide
cagers. "We had a lot of in- said.The next'year' 1973-74, was Coliseum. They were knockedoff the North-South All-Star points a game. teachers strike.Adkinson's .
juries," Sexton recalls of the perhaps the finest team in the in a closely-fought contestby Basketball game played in "This year, 1975-76, Tornado final team had a
8-14 record, and third place in history of BHS basketball as West Palm Beach North- Gainesville in August 1974. potential is for a real fine ball- commendable 16-9 record.
the conference. the team qualified for the shore 6156. The 1974-75 team continuedthe club with good overall speed Leading players were Paul
David McKnight was the state playoffs in Jacksonville.! Elva Hampton, Donnie Tornadoes' outstanding and quickness with several McLeod, Harold Chandler,
high scorer on that team, This team won the Florida" Sewell, Alvaughn Golden and record by compiling a 22-4 log. people capable of scoring. We and Larry Mercer.
averaging 17 points per game.In Star Conference Championship Curtis White were selected They again won the district have been able 16 rebound This team was second in the
t YI 1970-71 the team took an by defeating Fernandina from this year to the Florida championship but were with everybody we've Florida Star Conference los-
)Y even further decline winning Beach in the finals 6758. Star Conference first game. defeated by Cocoa Beach in played," Sexton said. ing to Lake City 47-33: in the
v,:+ e only one game over Palatka The Tornadoes then went on The 73-74 team had a 23-4 the first round of the regional Warney M. Adkinson, finals.
to win the district-five cham- record with White averaging tournament. current head of the BHS Math BHS lost in the first round of
; -r; ; pionship by defeating Palatka 14 points a game, Sewell and Donnie Sewell made the all- Department and Golf Coach, the district tournament to
:9fj .-. '.. Central 82-46 and then wallop- Golden 13 points apiece with state team for the second timein was brought to Starke to Bolles in a heartbreakinggame
:.\ ,!- ing a fine Green Cove Springs Abie Williams having 10 basketball. coach basketball starting with 54-53: with the state
.... ,j"q team in the finals 7150. .'points per l game.( Sexton reflected that down the 1965-66 season to try to playoff delayed also due.to I the
Then the Tornadoes playedand Sewell made first team all through the years that the turn the fortunes of the Tornado I'.MiH! statewide teachers strike.
won the Regional Cham- state with Golden and White Tornadoes have had a well- basketball program, thenin Adkinson also assisted with
iid the. Proclaiming the pionship by whipping Bishop making honorable mention. balanced scoring team and the doldrums.In the coaching of the HI IS toot-
j lit you' Moore 50-42 and Ocala Forestin Golden. White and Sewell, have not had to depend on one his first season BITS ball 1 teams during!! the three
merriest of holidays the finals 6950. made the all-region team. person to score for BHS. logged a 16-11 record with years he coached bjskolliall.

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c"vtican! !yi. Charleyn By Elizabeth Clven; Walkerper I
News
Paul's Community
Noegel's 301Lounge E. i Meeting i Tuesday t night.. Prayer Sun-

day is Trustee Day starting
Drive-In Cleaners GRADUATION Day. The next regular All boards are asked to have Monday night at 7:30.: Terry with Church School at 9:30.:
Johns Mrs. Linda Dianne Hedge- meeting will be at 8 p.m: written reports.At services each Wednesday, Morning Worship at 11
& Package Store 418 W. Call Starke, wood,daughter of Mrs. Trudie January 8 in the Masonic Hallon 3 p.m. all members are 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting and Dinner will be served at 12:30.:
964.5498 Kelly, of Starke graduatedfrom Brownlee Street. asked toattend the Fellowship Preaching each Friday night. Evening Worship 6 p.m.
301 N. Starke, 964-7771 About This Question: the University of Floridaon Hours at Mt. Moriah United Church School, 10 a.m. Wor- New Bethel and Kbelirrer:
"1'11 be out huntingsoon Saturday, Dec. 13, with a CHURCH NEWS Methodist Church, terminat- ship Services, 11 a.m. and 8' Baptist Churches, Rev Leroy
n.., ." .",,,, ::t.<.'v< "" .,. i!." "< "" ''';:> and toting Master's Degree in Rehabilitation Greater Allen Chapel AME ing services for the day. Davis Christmas
my guns pastor.
( "J 1t; with me. This new Counseling. The com- Church, Rev. R.G. Heastie Pleasant Grove and Mt. p.m.First Born Church of the gram will be held at New pro
i 3 munity joins in congratulatingthis pastor. The Christmas pro- Moriah United Methodist Living God Elder S.V. Cohens Bethel at 7 p.m. Thursday,
: '1t.t, Homeowners Policy successful student. gram was held Tuesday night Church Parish, Rev. Willie pastor. Prayer Meeting Tues- Christmas Day. Morning Ser
Y'l, would it cover theft and at 7 p.m. Sunday services Stitt pastor. Junior Choir rehearsal day, 8 p.m. Terry Service. 8 vice at 11 a.m. Sunday services -
1 -'.:. damage to my guns and DELL CHAPTER OES begin with Church at 9:45.: At each first and second p.m. Friday. Church School, begin( with Church
hunting equipment and Dell Chapter 168, OES will Ham. Rev R.E. Lamb, Presiding Monday, 7:30 p.m. Tiny Tot 10 a.m.. Morning Worship at School at 9:30.: Morning Worship -
'. '7''p To All Of Our Friends % ; .also' personal liabil- hold its regular meeting Elder of the West Jack- rehearsal 'each Tuesday, 6 .'.11.. 11 a.m. Evening Service
/(.And' Customers .'/, my Thursday, Dec. 25, Christmas sonville District, will hold our. p.m. The Christmas program, Greater Bethlehem Freewill 6 p.m. Visitors always wel-
I ity for a hunting acci- first Quarterly Conference. Wednesday,Dec. 24,7:30: p.m. Baptist Church, Rev. Jas- come..
.i< Our Sincere Thanks dent?" Church School 10 a.m. Sun
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The Christmas season, with all its There is hardly a town, a city, or a r-j
significance, brings to mind a certain village that has not built a meeting place County Agents : k--V By ...To ride this float depicting the Nativity Scene

grave in a cemetery near London. It is where men of good will may gather to : Bobby

marked by a rectangular marble block study His teachings- each of these I Notebook

slightly higher than a man's head, and sanctuaries will hold services celebrating Taylor ;

atop this pedestal is a sculptured like- the birth of Christ.

ness of the shaggy father of. Interna- Thousands pilgrims will travel to We will now have a chanceto w eek. I hope you were one that time to the farmer also dre i f a

tional Communism. the Holy Land on Christmas Day to see w hether cold weather is"hat protected your prize ornamental because he must be thinking ..s s% ___ JM.

His and we have needed to helpus fruit tree or house about and acting on some very
trace
steps, men everywherewill
in but with insect problems that plant, and had other decisions
Karl Marx was born Germany, your important management _
in 1848 when he be reminded that He showed them have plagued l almost everyone plants and lawns in good con- lie should be looking at .
moved to England was
that their salvation lay in service to throughout this year. Accord dition to take the cold. his I financial records to determine
31, and died there in 1883. Down ing to several thermometersin hether he should '
their God and their fellowman, and not w buy or
the writers have the we had below Most of our winter -
through years, many in servitude to a dictator. area vegetables sell livestock feed seed, fertilizer -
wondered in print why the Communistshave freezing temperatures for strawberries and forage equipment or other

never asked permission to move They will be admonished, too that the several; hours two nights last crops can take some items before the end of 1975.
Paul foresaw the eternal assaulton week. Ireezing temperatures He should also look at the suc- a
Apostle
the remains of their idol to Moscow for because they are already cool
free His words to the Galatiansstill It will be several weeks cess or failure of his produc-
men. or
entombment in Red Square. The grave season plants. The crops I lion enterprises for the year to
stand the lesson of Christmas for months before we can tell for have seen have shown noilpPI'el'iable
itself has been neglected for years, and as help make plans for 1'JTli. '
about the cold theinsect
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this and future of Lord damage. ... -
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,overgrown population we are

,thistles., u. ., "Stand i fast, therefore, in ,the liberty .already seeing some damage : The Christmas--- season'' is keeping.are Goad records a ,.musli and for record-tthefarmer ,, ..-.:-.......:.t-..:. ., ....,... ... .... . ."' I -r
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protected usually a happy holiday time today for him to make Choir
Why should this untended grave come and be not entangled with the yoke of l before the freeze. Damage ) for most folks and it should be the right decisions and stay in First Baptist 'Ch ilJren'M!

mind Christmas because of bondage." has not been as budIhough tor the farmer. But it should the larming business. Good other
at Simply while
to ...rode with a Christmas cake in the parade
late lastFORESTRY
as we thought also be an important and busy records will contain a lot of of Jesus' birth.f' .
the
the contrast youth passed out literature telling glory
And while all men free of bondage valuable information for farm

stand silent on Christmas, as they have dl'cision'and will also help
On December 25, the entire Western been doing on this day for almost 2,000 when income tax time rolls

World will stop whatever it is doing and years cold winds will blow through the Terry Reedy around.

1 homage to Him for whom the day is II Farm "'oreslerChrlstmall
pay thistles at that forlorn, untended gravein IN BRADFORD COUNTY Speaking of income tax. we ,o ,
named. There will be prayers and hymnsof London. have just| received l a supply of

praise in every language man has the I97( edition of the Farmers -
What and
an appropriate joyous con-
devised to communicate His thoughts Tax Guide The guide is
trast! is almost here urea renewable resource that designed to help you prepare
again. can be grown in just a few your 1975 Federal inl'ontax

years. ittul'ns. txampl'lIthl'Oughuut:

, done!Most of you have already have But if you still feel that haw the buokl't show how tax laws
: Good News Bad News your shopping to (arm log situations..
wrapped the packages and ing a Christmas tree is wasteful Samples ot the records! and
placed them under the why don't you & to a nursery '! -
tax forms normally used by
and buy a potted tree.
But
Christmas tree. why bring"a
larmcrs illustrate how
good
I As the old year draws to a close, there cipating in a poll on political issues overwhelmingly tree into your home duringthe ol Then yard you right can alter plant the it holiday in your records can help you prepare

is good news and bad news, as might be favor more legalized gamb- Christmas religious and holidays New Year's season and enjoy it for manyyears un accurate tax return md

expected.The ling in Florida. The Florida Education Day? to come Ked Cedar, pay only the correct amount of

Association United reported that 72.2 Sand and Spruce Pine all la x.
I good nows is that Senate Ways Well, there are many stories make lovely Christmas trees There are some changes or
I and Means chairman Jack Gordon has per cent of some 1,000 teachers in the as to the origin of the that grow in this part of new developments that applyto Brownies Greet Parade WntehersVtilliamS.

given all State: agencies.one month in survey said they favored extending tradition Bradlord County Florida. farmers lor the n'arIi\ ;).
I / gambling to increase state revenue. The Home Economist: Rebecca 'I'hcguide covers most of them
i which to recommend staff reductionsthat said to Watch lor news on the Division You should be lamil-
organization is supporting a petition Uieboig dug up one in detail
: could mean: a considerable savingsto have taken place in England ; of Forestry's Annual tar with the filing requirements -
taxpayers: of Florida with little or any campaign to place a casino gambling many centuries ago. It is Seedling Packet Sale to beheld that have changed this (Da11L!J l 3 JGJ Jfll1.Vm L
referendum on the November 1976 General on January 10. .
effect on the efficiency of operating the about u monk named Wilfred, year,' and the important dales
Election ballot. who was spreading and deadlines lor 197li 101'l'xilmplt' ll.ins
concerned. Merry Christmas to all. '
agencies
Christianity to the Druids. you lorm UHO-KS: lor \ rirrdiis !S rice UI>l fleerThe
One day while with some of 1975; must be filed and
With State employees now numberingsome Next to ministers, it seems that
his converts, he felled a large estimated tax must be paid byJanuary '
90.000 persons a 12.5 per cent teachers should be one professionalgroup oak tree, an object of worshipin Attorney Wolbert 15 197K if you want to and the fact that the
slash in personnel would eliminate more interested in upholding the moral the Druid religion. As it fell wait until April I 15.; :I97I to file Veterans Administration expensive Veterans Administration is

than 11.000 jobs and that, of course values of our country, rather than encouraging to the ground, a small fir tree Will/ Head 1976 your \1975! ; tax return. Otherwise is authorized to authorized to lurnish all ol

would be bad news for the ones affected.But open gambling in Florida its a was observed growing on the ,you \\ ill have to tale your furnish any' drugs or these items and services, can
() ik. Wilfred then spoke to his ..Dimes CampaignAttorney 1975; lax return and medication that might be
pay any I financial
if the jobs cannot be justified in services means of financing schools and othergovernmental he of great
who is
converts suggesting that they tax due by March t 1. 1!IiIi.< needed b\ veteran assistance to the sickdisabledveterans. l
rendered they should be eliminated functions. One has only to use the fir as the tree of the eligible to receive disabilityypension .
Jesse Wolbert of
without fear or favor. visit Las Vegas, Nevada to see the Christ Child, with its! evergreen the local law of Those are just a few of the and is receiving either
firm Shaw.
demoralizing effect of casino gambling, leaves a symbol of(}nd- Kopelousos and Head has important aspects of your laxresponsibilities housebound or aid & attendance If you have any questions
that the that arc covered -
Gordon told the agencies less life benclits. the above or any
state lotteries, and slot machines.: Such .been appointed campaign in the Farmers Tax regarding
committee has adopted :a 12.5 per cent activities in undesirable director for the 1976 March of The Veterans Administration veteran matter contact your
inevitably bring Regardless of this story'sauthenticity iuide. 'all or come by our Service Office
slash in personnel costs as an initial gen elements, including increased drug it brings out the Dimes for Bradford County ullice lor your copy can also provide local in the Veteran Courthouse.
eral approach to the 1976-77 statebudget. the tree does add to such a \eteran with any
policy fact that
traffic, that any teacher, interested in j In accepting the appointment suppliesor
He added that State revenuesare the Christmas spirit As a for Wolbert said, "Since the medical or sickroom
the welfare of students, should want to CattlemenHold that '
not meeting initial estimates and ester and one who loves the days of polio when the Salk prosthetic appliances Light Agenda
keep out of the State. outdoors, the Christmas tree may' be required for his health
are not vaccine was discovered with
prospects for improvement and all trees, plants and wildlife 'March! of Dimes funds this Annual and care. The items which the For Zoning

bright. Of the two alternatives to our present for that matter is a organization has worked hard Veterans Administration can ,

The Cabinet last week approved a financial situation, we much prefer that symbol to of beauty mind.and It makes tranquility and diligently' for better Assn. Banquet are lurnish too to numerous eligible Veterans to list. Meet Dec. 30
my health of all mankind. When
plan to cut state spending by $44.5 offered by Senator Gordoncutting me think of the many natural LAKE BUTLER The However, the Veterans 'Administration -
to conform with : polio was conquered they con- annual Bradtord-l'mon Cat furnish The regular!! meeting!l of the
million in the six months, remaining in unnecessary expenses wonders of our land. ,centrated their efforts in the can any
the current fiscal made curtailed revenue, rather than resortingto tlemen's Association banquet item if the Veteran's doctor Hradlord County Zoning!I
year, a step ,field of birth defects. The goalof .
will be held Tuesday.Dtw.:111.
held at the CommunityCenter and Hoard
But then shouldn't we feel was will prescribe it justifythe
in anticipated such sources of revenue as gambling, the right of every baby to be! :
necessary by a sag guilty about cutting these here on Thursday.Dec. need. Any request for : with only three items
revenues. which would not be necessary if econ-,, trees to use in our homes for exciting born without worthwhile handicaps endea is an 11. with a crowd of HO medical or sickroom supplies on the agenda.!

The bad news is a dispatch from omy and efficiency were practice in our'' only a few days?? Aren't we +'or, Through research with people attending. should be sent to the Veterans hearing!l w ill "h"held on the l

Tallahassee stating that teachers parti- State government. wasting trees that should be March of Dimes funds babies Shands Howard of, Lake Administration Clinic, servingthe application of Krt Swumton
Builer was sworn-in as new the
in which veteran
left to into mature area
grow have a better life today., and for d change In zoning!l from
timber trees to provide lum- doctors are constantly work- president of the organization resides.These same items are KA: to Hon properly on the
ber and paper products that succeeding Vernon Reddish. available to any veteran if he Road for
ping to insure a healthy start i in in Ultra Church pur.poses
'. we use to sue a great extent Other officers sworn needs them for a service-
life for future generations. I of operating a !garage.
pR1q BRADFORD Co not! Most include Tommy Hamilton connected disability.
Absolutely commercial
of this
am glad to be a part
Q Christmas tree farmsare effort."' vice-president and Hay :ISor-> If a veteran Is rated 80 .Also up tor a public touring!!
located on poor soil sites man secretary-treasurer. or more because of a \vill.he the application of
miligF* ptr[ where good timber crops Civic clubs in Starke and Board of directors selectedat service percent connected, disability Charles Green lor a zoning&
assist in the Include from
Bradford will meeting Morgan -
I could not be raised. Michiganand County then he is eligible for medical change on properly on
o Pennsylvania are two of this years March-of Dimes Bradford County Arne Ilau- treatment iat Veterans Administration Rixad from OR li> Ii.\I to
drive effort ger.. Royce Joyner and Rex of an automotive -
of the
N70 BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER the states where most Smith. expense for any permit operation
trees are raised. These farms The Veterans _bialy shop
I tlON Publishers also provide good homes for ,. The Junior Woman's Club of Union County. members condition. furnish
Published each Thursday and entered a*second Class Matter at the pal Office at Starke. Fla. under Aci'. wildlife: Ranger Jim Kramerof >Starke will be working for the the board of directors include Administration medicine.may sickroom .A petitionxil| In received
March of Dimes in January John Woodley. Morris Brown. drugs I from !Mrs. iJityrw Uinicr, forx'lmi.xsion
the Division of Forestry and
of March 3,. 1879. and medical supplies'
and Wilford Croft. to advert IMC ro.oniiig -
Jr..
$6 : $3.50eixmonths, from conducting a road block and a that I[
: formerly Pennsylvania. are
Subscription rate In trade area per year j prosthetic appliances
a Fred Muller of Bradford from )KA: to
of
two ucrttt
Mother's March. Linda Smithis
.7 : 4.00 sixmontlro.p told that deer frequent and a
year me are by
Outside trade area: per prescribed justified :
public affairs chairman and County and Jimmy Brown of Kit on Stale. Rn.id' .:21!1 ,1.11'S.II
Starfce. Fla visitors to the Christmas tree All types of .
physician '
964-6306 farms there. And these trees Carolyn Autry Is president Union County were selected to medical care are extremely l Ft* l Lake,
be state directors.




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D. Wood Club Estates Dies 1/Je. 014 1i/mf/l.

. Legal Legal George-. Developer _. ;_ -= ....,

of Mr. Wood had lived (In southeastern tip of Bradford Jacksonville Presbyterian -.:
: @L40
Wood .
D. -
George : ::::: -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NOTICE TO DEBTORS NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Jacksonville original Jacksonville since 1917 and County' twanother Jacksonville Church with burial in '

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF AND CREDITORSAll REGISTER of Club was founder and former development company, Oaklawn Cemetery, ..... 0-
having claims or developer Keystone of Southern Utilities but retained his farm home
persons FICTITIOUS NAME
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Dec. president ----- --
Estates died Thursday, --
BRADFORD COUNTY demands against the Estate of Co., Universal Inc., and and several hundred acres Classified ad in the Hurst, -

Eva Rlpdon Gentry, late of Pursuant to Section 865.09 Independent Furniture Co. lie around Indian Lake. Texas, Mid-Cities News: H

CIVIL ACTION Macon, Bibb County, Georgia, Florida Statutes notice Is was a member of the board of Funeral services were held "Let the men who know "One hospital refers to Its
CASE No.75366In deceased must file same In the hereby given that the un- 18.LEGALS directors of American at 11 a.m. Monday at the South roofing goof your house." auto accident cases as its
Circuit Court of Florida, 8th' Bank of Jacksonville -
dersigned Ralph P. Bryan, P.O. National ----- bumper crop.
re: The Marriage CHARLESA. Judicial Circuit, in and for Brad- Box 154, Starke, Bradford Beach Federal Savings I

DENT, husband, and BERTIE ford County, within six calendar County, Florida 32091, doing & Loan Assn., and Jacksonville -
HELEN JONES DENT Wife. months from the date of the first business under the firm name of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF*w' Utility Construction Co

publication of this notice. "RALPH BRYAN REAL THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Several years ago Mr. Wood NOTICEREGISTER

NOTICE OF SUIT- This 11th day of December, ESTATE", St. Road 230 E. IN AND FOR BRADFORD sold approximately half of the

NO PROPERTY 1975. Starke, Bradford County COUNTY, FLORIDA. 1,000-acre()() development in the

Florida 32091, Intends to registersaid CASE NO. 75.273.CP ((1-2345))
To: Vida Jean G. Beall, fictitious name under the
--iEGALS---
Bertie Helen Jones Dent Executrix provisions of aforesaid statute. IN RE: The Estate of JOHN F.

c/o Eugene Wyman, 12/184tchg 1/8 Ralph P. Bryan, sole owner. KERSEY, Deceased. TO VOTE
Dated this 11th day of LEGAL NOTICESealed
Ault Rd., --------------
Signal Mountain, Tenn. December, A.D 1975 at Starke, NOTICE TO CREDITORS V
37377 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Florida. bids will be received in

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 12/11 4tchq 1/1/76 All creditors of JOHN F. the office of the Purchasing

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat FLORIDA, IN AND FOR ----KB-------MB- KERSEY, who died on August Agent Union Correctional Registration Books Close For
'COUNTYCIVIL
an action for Dissolution of BRADFORD 'NOTICE OF INTENTION 14, 1975 while a resident of Institution, P.O. Box) 221,

Marriage has been filed againstyou TO REGISTER Bradford County, Florida are Raiford, Florida 32083 up to and
Bertie Helen Jones Dent ACTION FICTITIOUS NAME notified that they are required to not later than 11:00: AM
and you are required to serve a CASE NO.75-350 file any claims or demands that February 3, 1976 for the sale of Presidential Preference Primary

copy of your written defenses, if Pursuant to Section 865.09 they may have against his Estatein approximately 475 acres of pine
FEDERAL SAV-
any to it, on the plaintiff's at GUARANTY Florida Statutes, notice is the Circuit Court for Bradford pulpwood and pine timber.
torney, whose name and address INGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA-- hereby given that the undersigned County, Florida, in the Cour Detailed information and bid JANUARY
is Dudley P. Hardy, Esq., TION OF GAINESVILLE, a Robert E. Smith, & thouse at Starke, Florida, within forms may be obtained from the 24,1976,5:00: P.M.

Pierce & Hardy, P.A., P.O. corporation, plaintiff. William T. Smith, son, P.O. Box four calendar months from the Farm Manager, Mr. John

Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, -vs.- 302 Lawtey, Bradford County date of the first publication of Howard, (phone) ((904)) 431-1212
32091, and file the original with MARY D. BROWN CECIL E. Florida 32058, doing business this Notice. Each claim or EXT. 340.

the clerk of the above styled LEACH, JR. and LINDA D. under the firm name of "Smith's demand must be in writing and 12/24 2tchg 12/31 ELECTION OFFICE OPEN

court on or before January 13, LEACH _his wife Defendant.. Heating Air Conditioning, filed in duplicate, and must state --------------
1976 otherwise a judgment Refrigeration and Electrical the place of residence and post-
; may NOTICEA
be entered against you for the NOTICE OF SUIT Service", P.O. Box 302, Lawtey, office address of the claimantand Saturday January 24, 8:30: A.M. 5:00: P.M.

relief demanded in the complaintor PROPERTYToCecll Bradford County Florida 32058, be sworn to by the claimant, public hearing will be held at

petition. : E. Leach Jr. and intends to register said fictitious his agent or his attorney, or it 2pm. Monday, Jan. 5, 1976 in
WITNESS my hand and the Unda D. Leach, his wife name under the provisions of will become void according to the county commission meetingroom Phone 974-5634

seal of said Court on December Address Unknown aforesaid statute. at the Bradford County
law.DATED
15, 1975. Dated this 11th day of this 23rd day of courthouse to discuss the needsfor Neva Flynn
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED December, A.D., 1975 at September, 1975.
HUD bloc for funds
a grant
Gilbert S. BrownAs that an action to Mortgage Fore- Starke, Florida. 12/11/ 4tp 1/1 Supervisor
to upgrade the county roads. of Elections
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Clerk of said Court closure on the following : Mitta M Kersey, Executrix of At this time all interested
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs property in Bradford County, NOTICE OF the Estate of John F. Kersey. will be heard Bradford County
Deputy Clerk Florida: Lot 8, Block 1, PINE- APPLICATIONFOR 12/24 2tchg 12/31 persons Itp 1 12/24 4t 1222Limited ,
HAVEN SUBDIVISION, as per
12/184t 1/8 TAX DEED
plat thereof recorded !in Plat
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Book 2, Page 65, public recordsof
NOTICE UNDER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
Bradford County, Florida, has
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW that W.C. POWELL the holderof
been filed against you MARY D.
Notice 'Is Hereby Given that the following certificates has I .3
BROWN CECIL E. LEACH, JR .
the undersigned, desiring to filed said certificates for a tax
and LINDA D. LEACH his wife, /AMllr 0/3COaRY 3tORlftNAAltllt
engage in business under the deed to be issued thereon. The
and you are required to serve a
fictitious name of Town House if certificate numbers and years of
defenses
copy of your written ,
Enterprises Apartments, a/k/a issuance, the description of the
any to it, on the plaintiff's attor-
T.H.E. Apartments a/k/a THE ney, whose name and address is property, and the names in I Isi
Apartments, at 922 Brownlee George H. Pierce P.O. Box which it was assessed are as a.err rza 4F"avn

Street, in the City of Starke, 1030, Starke Florida and file follows:
Florida 32091, intends to register the original with the clerk of the Certificate No. 119 NruM
the said name with the Clerk of above styled court on or before Year of Issuance 1971

the Circuit Court of Bradford January 10, 1976: otherwise a Description of Property: BEG AT
County, Florida, judgment may be entered NE COR OF NW/4 OF NW/4

against you for the relief SLY 750', W 1000' TO ELY R/W Ly't10p1A
MORTIMER B. BATES, JR. demanded in the complaint or OF CO RD NWLY ON ELY R/W p0
JOHN W. BATES petition. TON LINE OF NW'A OF NW l%,

GEORGE D. BATES JR. WITNESS my hand and the ELY 1280' M/L TO FOB EX quantltlffret corn. first .rvadl J oPpplWZOFF

BILLY YON PEACOCK seal of said Couft on November LOT 150' E&W BY 240' N & S

MORTIMER. BATES 3rd 26, 1975 BEING 180' S OF NE COR OF
LEEWOOD B. WOODELL NW'A OF NW'A & EX PAR

RICHARD S. BATES GILBERT BROWN, CELS IN OR 75451, 452. 453
LONNIE MCMILLAN As Clerk of said Court SEC: 24, TWP 8.S, R-22. I ] /

12/184tchg W. NORMAN 1/8 MCMILLAN By: Beulah Deputy M. MoodyAs Clerk Joseph Name A.in WelchAll which assessed: / / 3 ''f/\/\., c r FI.Ytp .

.-------------. 12/4/ 4tchg 1225IN of said property being in the ,
ALL CHRISTMAS BULBS CARDS AND CANDLES
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, -------------- County of Bradford, State of "ptq-

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFFLORIDA'iEIGHTHJUDICIAL Florida.Unlese"'such. IndoorC7H bulbs,outdoor' CTttbulb & miniature bulbs 1JI If
AND FOR BRADFORD ) 'certificate. or B. Traditional, religiovt, and humorous holiday cads t 1 f0A1
COUNTY, FLORIDAFile CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- certificates shall be redeemed C. Sculptured candles, holiday-bright, color. ; i4 Ui II nsd

FORD COUNTY according to law the property
No. 2354 described in such certificate or .

Case No. 75-303-CP CASE NO. 75322IN certificates will be sold to the / !
highest bidder at the court /-

IN RE: ESTATE OF NELLE RE: The Marriage of SAM house door on the 20th day of iI.u } .4I I ,

HAMRICK NOLLMAN, OLIVER LINK. JR., Husband, January 1976.
Deceased. and GRACIE LEE LINK, Wife. Dated this 17th day of k 1 I "l FAMOUSMAKE
December. 1975. LEISURE JACKETS AT MEN'S DRESS SLACKS

NOTICE OF PROBATE NOTICE OF ACTION O F F A DYNAMITE LOW PRICE I FROM THE #1 MAKERMEN'S
STATE OF FLORIDA ToSAM: OLIVER LINK, JR. GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk r+hp.

COUNTY OF DUVALTo Last known address: By Beulah M. Moody 5.88 3.99
2332 Second Avenue South Clerk of Circuit Court of CARDIGAN SWEATERS (

all persons interested in the Minneapolis, Minnesota Bradford County Florida 12/24 WAS I...'... NOW S.SO .U ...*"... NOW T.IS Sensational selection of fabrics, Wanted styles, easy-care fabrics
estate of said decedent: 55408) 4tchg 1/15 : WAS...r.wNow0.00 WAS. ....... NOW 1.SS including 100poly.siaknits.' fashion colors A brand
You are hereby notified that a YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat -------------- Choice of' full 'fashioned cable front cardigan with 2 Better hurry ma your size: S, you know for quality' comfort
written instrument purporting to a Petition for Dissolution of pockets or hnk-ehich golf cardigan, with peorlized buttons M, L, XL, and good fit, Sizes 78 40.
NOTICEAN _' Both are IOC'S acrylic knit in sizes. S, M, L, XL.
be the last will and testament of Marriage has been filed againstyou IYI aMWr _

said decedent has been admittedto and you are required to ORDINANCE AMENDING 1t +

probdte in said court. serve a copy of your written CHAPTER 19 SECTION 19-1. WA/ SAV! WAS SAYS WAS I IAVIS4 a,
You are hereby commanded defenses if any to John H. Has OF THE CITY CODE OF THE lEO S 16% 2. 21% 1.4T %

within six calendar months from well wife attorney, whose CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA TAANSNSSIONFLUID,QT 0-IELECTNICCLOCK SYLVANUTLASHCUBES
the date of the first publicationof address is P.O. Drawer 0, DEALING WITH SPEED LIMIT ftth Doxfon,for oil trons- Easyto r.ad dial, Ono Slue Dot quality. Three

this notice to appear in said Gainesville Florida 32602, on or OF TRAINS AND SETTING AN missions Eogle quality, yea G-E waranty, 3 cubes give 12 flashes.RONI ir i/
court and show cause if any before January 6, 1976 and file EFFECTIVE DATE. ,
you can why the action of said the original with the Clerk of this
oeIiGIAeLEIIRANE
court in admitting said will to Court either before service on TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: LIGHTER

probate should not stand WIfe's attorney or immediately Notice if hereby given that on
iinr evoked. thereafter otherwise default will
;
January 13 1976, at 7.00 o'clock T
vrr
be entered against you for the P.M. in accordance with Section rn 4n

Elsie S. Sanders relief demanded in the Petition. 166.041-((31) (al) Florida Statutes, r 'i'r! '
Circuit JudgeFor WITNESS my hand and seal WASHRarsoequality. / .
the City Commission of the Cityof
of this Court this 25th "M '
the of
Eighth Judicial day
Starke" Florida shall hold a 1 WAS SAVE
fuel
November 1975. / Large ca
Circuit In and For public hearing in regard to the 14% pocdy.AdiustaMIAIAIICACI0,1GAL I / SAVI wA5 WAS SAVE WAS SAVW .
Bradford County Fla. proposed ordinance of which PRETZELS.T02.PKGS. ble flame for ci, AM 1.% 2.1.14 1.14 2.. W 1.0. Ill' 1.00

By: Lila R. Yawn GILBERT. BROWN was read for the first time in full Quick, economical pool Twists, sticks and rings. gorsitesPIPS. MSSES'SWEATER SETS FAMOUS DENIM JEANS MEN'S POLO SHIRTS MEN'S FUNNEL SHIRTS BOYS' JEAN JACKETS
Clerk Circuit
of the Court
Clerk on the 16th day of December, treatment. Eagl.labd. Fresbpacked.G&ssnasAS Mock twin sweater. 1005 Sanforized IOCS cotton Turtleneck styling' with Plaids in cotton llanneltette Cool i weather cover-up.
12 18 4tchg 1 8 By: Beulah M. Moody A.D.. 1975 and said proposed polyester Subtle heather denim Fly front, neat long sleeves. lOO'iOcry.hcknit Perfect worm.ups. Western styled Cardu
Deputy Clerk ordinance shall be available and tones Sizes SML, yoke back.1.14&38-44, S..es. SML, XL.IIIJF Neorlytmlaed.StoXL. raystwdlslniore.8>18,
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may be inspected by the publicat
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SCHOOL BOARD OF the City Hall of the City of
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ie
BRADFORD COUNTY REGISTER Starke Florida and all interested : S701F

I INVITATION TO BID FICTITIOUS NAME parties may appear and

Pursuant to Section 865.09 be heard with the respect to tho ,:,.." MISSES' SILKY !MISSES' LONG SLEEVE
The School Board of Florida Statutes notice is here- proposed ordinance, and the UVI (PRINT SHIRTS v'1 A POLYESTER PULLOVERS
Bradford County will receive by that the undersigned final reading shall be held on '
bedled proposals for the given January 13. 1976. SAVE WAS SAVE WAS A SAYS 27.00/ 2/5.00/
pure Verne P. Odom, 318 N. Walnut 311 /l% SfN'f 41% A.N 1N v
Dated this 16th of
chase of six 161 lots of real estatein Street, Starke Bradford day .1. WASONEACM CAS-3M

the Lincoln City Section of County, Florida 32091, doing December AD, 1975. EASY BFiOHT CLEANSER POPPING CORN ILL M-CAU GARBAGE UN Choice, of classic, shirts, q / Only 2 styles ore shown, V-
Starke Florida as a single unit business under the firm name of With chlorine bleach 14 Sunnyfield yellow popcorn Rustproof plastic. Snap : tailored with long sleeves FIRLV r necks,collars, ,
on Jdnuary 12. 1976 at 5:30: "FLORILAND REALTY", 393 N. CITY COMMISSION OF THE as. Cuts grease fast ,is fluffier, fresher lock lid slay on tight 51R N i Silky, knit blends 'in beautiful nr.rr mock turtle collars scre.nprmt.All ore

pm., at the School Board Temple Ave, Starke Bradford CITY OF STARKE FLORIDABy r 1 colorful prints. S, M, L t polyester in sizes S, M, L.

Administrative Building locatedat County Florida 32091, intendsto Merrill Edwards
582 North Temple Avenue Clerk of said Board
register said fictitious name
Starke Florida. under the provisions of aforesaid Itchg 12/24 SSF .1 S2'FMill'S
A --------------
more complete description statute. Iee

dnd exact located and size of the Vernie P. Odom sole owner. INVITATION TO BID MI11 OENUINE IMPORT SHOE SALE!
six ((61) lots of property may be Dated this 26th day of I /IYT1 SUEDE CASUALS tApA -.-____..1MEN'S EUROPEAN LOOKS!

obtained at the Superin- November A.D. 1975 THE BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
4.64
tendent's Office 582 North 12/4 4tchg 12/25 OF 't 8.88
SAWS WAS SAVE WAS. SAVE
Temple Avenue Starke, Florida -------------
BRADFORD COUNTY WILL : WAS" .
AN lfl 11.17' In WAS 13.NCrepe
\weekdays from Sam. to 5 p m. RECEIVE SEALED BIDS UNTIL rubber salts. ,
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Stiponor .
The School Board of Bradford MTWIOMT. UI.1-PIL PIXIE MEIDNI/TI,310L/ IPC.0LAINAAIUT Lunury quality leather, values
REGISTER 10'00 A.M. ON JANUARY 5, oxford styling in new win- to 535 a pawl! Continental .
County reserves the right to 1976. TO BE OPENED IN THE Facial quality tissue.375twoply Vacuum packed for fr.shAvacada oramb.r,12." tor solids and 'two>tont, ton- ..
FICTITIOUS NAME sheet roll. ..... Eosv-ODen. Salted by Anchor HackIng. sryhn ups, boots,
reject any and all bids All bids COUNTY COMMISSIONERSROOM par size v brown. Sites 1-12. loafers; Colors. 5..7-12..
must be in the Superintendent
Pursuant to Section 86509 IN THE COURTHOUSEFOR

January Office not 12.later 1976.than at which 5:30: p.m.time, Florida Statutes notice is LIABILITY INSURANCEON ft% ft%

all bids will be opened and hereby given that the un- ALL MOVING VEHICLES / iiJ
publicly read aloud. Envelopes dersigned Horace Et Marion SPECIFICATIONS CAN BE oP oPP
bids Willrtord. Rt. 2 Box 124B PICKED UP IN THE CLERKS
containing shall be
marked plainly Sta'ke Bradford County OFFICE IN THE COURTHOUSEIN ALL SUPER SHOE CLEAMWAY!
the
on outside "Sealed CHILDREN'S SHOES
.
ALL WOMEN'S FLATS
Bid for School Board Property Florida 32091, doing, bus STARKE BRADFORD "YSIrW S1N .IN STOCK IN STOCK
located In Lincoln City". Any iness under the firm name of COUNTY FLORIDA. SPORT DRESS STYLES SPORT DRESS STYLES
"H & M LOCK & KEY" Rt. 2 GILBERTS. BROWN .
lads received after the specified WAS. : : SAVE WAf3AI.3W wAiUCr-Af. *
limti will not be considered. Box 124B, Starke Bradford CLERK TO THE BOARD ."' -.s.rll"" Alt K.t UIl''''%"' 1.H."' fS14' u.tf ... Big selection, of' styles At this, price you'll
County, Florida 32091 intendsto 12/242tchg 12/31 SUN..llIlIIIIOU. for both girls and" boy wontacleserhilllau'II
FOR THE SCHOOL BOARD register said fictitious name COLGATE RHI SHAVE CREAM MVLCRHM Thewa- sin*you never ,in .....9-3. And you find, style and colors
OF BRADFORD under the provisions of aforesaid ------------- TOO1 IPUTE-102. u oz. HAIR MUtlNO-l. !!!Ihah. Loafers"" onfords. save half! 'galore In sue. 5-10.
FLORIDA BY: RICHARD COUNTY H. statute NEED TO CLEAN YOUR (UWT" 1) ..... MiMtal 3 E.*r rM Top "fashion, styling" 7-17. _

-'w' .JfJU
Of SCHOOLS December, A.D. 1975 at Office Shop and pick up some
U"11 :siftiii 12/25 r Starke. Florida liquid or sheet cleaner for your tAtiLE.TME COINJX/FIMIFMT 312 W L Madison St. R' I .100's
12/114ttp 1/1 typewriter. fAMILY DISCOUNT S I OHFOMn s CIGARETTES kli
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Obituaries
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Mrs. Pearl Edwards ,, e .., ... ..... ,.. ? ,


Mrs. Pearl Edwards of

Starke died Friday morning
following an extended illness.

She was a housewife and a I.. S

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and Starke daughters, Survivors Mrs. Freda: Mrs.include Judd Hazel, both Hardy three of THE OFFICE SHOP PERSONAL SERVICE 1''[ FOR SAL E I Floriland Realty Long Champ < COWBOY BOOTSFor

and Mrs. Merle Herndon Will be closed Thursday and Friday
393N. Temple Ave.
of Valdosta, Ga.; one son, this week In holiday com t BABIES-GIRLS-
C.S Home and J
James Burnham of Clear- memoration. Business will .1arr. mrion.. ..BOYSWOMEN.MENt
POSITION DESIRED: Young Furn. House
54 Near
on acre t
water Zipperer; one of brother, Bert 29.resume Monday morning Dec. woman 38 will live In and care REDUCE safe & fast with Good fishing area. REAL ESTATE Building BELTSIn
Gainesville;; one for elderly. 468.1316. tfchg. t .
sister, Mrs. Bertha Willis of ------...-- --- GOBESE TABLETS & E-VAP - I""VI '''''T, Awrlr... MaterialsWE < sizes 18 to 58
Bradenton, 10 grandchildren ; "Water Pills" ANDREWS 3 A. on Bessent Road. Other lotsin

and eight ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: PHARMACY 356 W. City for Sale. STARKE BUILD t WESTERN SHIRTS
great-grand- 114 Christian Street, Starke Madison Two neat 2 BR frame '
children. ; Starke. 12/11 4tp - very INDIAN MOCCASINSat
"YOUR OR
PLANS OURS
Services CLASSIFIED AD RATES Ra. Thursdays and Sundays, 1/1 House on 13th St. Jax. Ra. houses with ref. & stoves Both
were held Sunday 8 Call $14,000 YOUR LOT OR OURS"LFREE
p.m 9644-5709 964-
------------ - CARRADINE'S
Dec. 21, from Jones Memorial ...
Deadline 5434 or 473 2108. 9/25 - ESTIMATES- ,
for Insertion .14tp 3 BR, 1 Bath on Comer Lot.
Chapel with Rev. George L. Tuesday Noon 12/24 FOR SALE: Bahia hay $1.50 at Mostly financed. 2 BR 1 bath frame with ref. & Lawtey, Florida 782-3400
Harper preceding! REMODELING REPAIRS
conducting. Burialwas barn. Wild turkeys, ringneck stove $7,500
"-"" --
Thursday before :"V -*"*---
publication,
in Crosby Lake Cemetery pheasants, jumbo bobwhite - - ADDITIONS 13lchg 21.t 12

with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Minimum RELIABLE MAN will do house quail Hulsey game chickens, ;. If you own property outside of 3 BR frame cent heat/air, HOMES BOUGHT

Home in charge of arrangements (Covers Charge 15 Words$2.00 painting and odd jobs around stags and pullets. J.M. Edwards county /& want to sell, See I 1'8.' fenced cor, lot $19,400 SOLD TRADED A l
) the house at reasonable rates. .
964 5379, Starke, Fla.
Each word VERNIE P. ODOM ACREAGE FOR SAL]
over 15 9648151. 12/182tchg 12/25 12/4 4tp 12/25 2 BR frame : stove & ref. CELECTROLUXJSales.
10 cents > ------------1( ..,. Reg. Broker
------ ----- I UOOO Terms. t 964-6853
Mrs. Alma C. Edmark 1 .
964-5476 9647700UNITED Service
REPAIRS ,Supplies
TV & SERVICE: Also - -
All
Classified Ads t 301 S. Starke TF
Hwy
!
must be FOR SALE: Beautiful spinet
paid for In used TV for sale $2995 and 8,71 acres SR-100-S $15,500 BOB
Mrs. advance unless you console stored locally. ... MILNER 964-7604
Alma
C.
Edmark, 56, have up. Used furniture and ap- -
of Hampton died Friday with the an established account pliances. Plumbing and bath- Reported like new. Respon-. FARM AGENCY, INC. LAWTEY 11/20 nlP'ill 12

evening, Dec., 19. event 50; Telegraph, in that room fixtures. Wood stoves, sible party can take on low Reg. Real Estate Broker 3 BR Alum siding chain link
cents
extra 10
charge balance. Write ACRES
Mrs. Edmark kerosene, and electric payment fence
was born in for billing. Not gas 206 S.Water St. S9,5Q7-
responsible for before we send truck. Joplin
Columbia heaters. THE BARGAIN CENTER -
County, Florida -
on errors when given over the P.O. Box 103, Panama National AdvertisingPaul 10 Minutes From BRASINGTON
Nov.24,1919. She was a house- 301 South. tfchg Piano FaulknerBroker 2 BR frame '. 88,400terms CadillacOldsmobileSales
phone or when copy Is not Fla. 32401. 1tp 12/25
wife and ------------ City,
a member of the typed and brought to the office Irene Faulkner-Assoc. ,Keystone Heights & Service
------------
Baptist church. AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: 964-5065 Fine Selection Of Used/

Survivors include her hus- Sales, service, installation, FOR SALE: Give a Uve Christ- - $1,750 ,Per Acre Cars Taken On

band, C.T. Edmark of Hampton stereos, phono, reel-reel, mas Present. Holstein Hereford 320 acres, fenced, reasonably 2 K acre wooded lots terms''' Cadillac Trades

; one daughter, Mrs tapes, cassetes radios. Work calves, $5 each. Richard- priced, terms. - 159" Per Mo. 2001 N.W. 13 378-5301

Donna Kay Holdridge of guaranteed. 155-A West Call, son's Dairy SR229, 2 miles 12 acres, fenced well, pole & GAINESVILLEJimmy

Gainesville; three sons: HOUSES FOR SALEFOR 964-7329. trchg. south of Sanderson, Ra. 105' x 500', with 2 room cottage septic tank $15,000 terms NO LOW LAND H
Donald, Charles and Clarence Uttle Lake Santa Fe, - -
------------ Itchg 12/18 m!
Edmark, Jr., all of Hampton See us for Nobel Homes on your WEST CENTRALRKALTV.
; ------------
two sisters: Mrs. Mattie Cruseof 125' x 135' lot with 3 bedroom 1 INC.

Bell and Mrs. Dattie Cole- SALE: 12 x 51, 2 BR mobile FOR SALE: Yamaha Electronic bath central H & A, $29,000.00. lot.m' Registered Broker Moore'sSun

man of New York; three brothers home. Washer/dryer, A/C t FOR RENT 1 1FOR Organ. Excellent condition, LAWTCY Fla.I i I-378-2.MW.: / ;Anytime Sports

: Gary Ford of Hampton 91,000 and payments or $1000. Call 964-5875. tfpd i-I 78238O6 Kvrnlngsfall: :.
_/ r.c MU.TOI win Art' MORE BOAT FOR
unfurnished A tray
Ashley Ford of Lake City, and &payments.964- --------- -- WA r

John Ford of Dunedin. 5592.Avail. Jan. 5. Itp 12/25 FOR SALE: Camera, Petri 35mm nI211mReal : : YOUR MONEY TF

Services were held Monday ------------ RENT: Furnished, 2 bed- single.lens reflex, with case. MUL TIPLELISTINGi STARKE -.PH 964-5791

afternoon, Dec. 22, at Siloam room duplex apt. on Kingsley Excellent condition, $125.. OUTBOARD
Methodist Church with Rev FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 bath Lake, air condition private 9645875 tfpd COMPLETE &
J.D. Rouse CB with Cent air & heat on dock. Call 964-5J91. tfchg. STERN DRIVE SERVICE
conducting. Burial ----- -------
was in the church cemetery one acre with chain link fence. ------------ WE BUY SELL & TRADE AND REPAIR

with DeWitt C/Jones Funeral Ph. 9648572. 12/11 4tp 1/1 FOR RENT: 4 room furnished Jewelry, Gold, Silver, Guns & 4BR, 2 bath, Vi acre. Will trade COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
Home In charge of arrange ------------ house. Crosby Lake Sub land or anything of value (NO :47,000 equity for land or some- REPAIR

ments.' division. Desired people Junk) United Wholesale, 473-i; thing else of equal value. trW'Ht' CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
Facts
$ 81'i
Phone 964-7326, Buck 3300 Keystone Hgts., Raj
GLASS FISHING

Francis J. KemptonFrancis PER SO NALSERYICFAVON f Murray.. 12/18/ 2tp 12/25- 12/182tchg------12/25--_J__>..,*' 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500 on Real BOATS
-------- REALTY
SEWING MACHINE SALES i FOR SALE: Plckett T nt.
: Handyman special $7,500 7
Estater
J. Kempton, 56, of FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile Service & parts and makes plates Lettering guides./

SR-16 west of Starke, died Friday CALLING: To buy or sell homes outside limits. J.B, and commercial models.. ,4 BR, 2 lots $10,500 General use. templates.

Dec. 19. Avon. Call 755-2807 or write White. Ph. 964 6114. tfchg. United Wholesale 4733300 t 4ByCecelia Electronic,. Ellpse and
_. 2BR, 1 acre $7.500 Architectural. All for'sale
Mr. Kempton had lived in Loma Clyatt. P.O. Box 220 ------ ---- Keystone Hgts. 12/18 2tchg
Starke for the FOR RENT: Din's' Subdivision at The Office Shop. Phone
past two years. Lake City, Florida tfchg. 12/25 2 BR lakefront $22,000 Terwiilegar
He was an Army veteran of 1/2 acre lots, $2500 per 964-8305.
--- -
------------ -- ---
WW II and was a Baptist. month. Water & Sewage Off SR100.3 BR $22,000 Millions of people around the country are buying
Survivors include his wife, SEWING MACHINES repaired, furnished For information call FOR SALE Coastal Bermuda second homes. These can be a blessing to the weary I

Dessie Purvis Kempton; four all makes cleaned, oiled and Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile hay. Cell A.W. Gaylard, 3 BR 2 acres a $24,500 city dweller. Rural property brings with It a special December Specials

daughters: Mrs. Marsha adjusted, $7. Work guaranteed Homes Sales Hwy. 100 W., Branford 9350263. 12/11 pride of ownership-sort of the pioneer spirit on which

Rogers of Jacksonville, Mrs. James Strickland, Starke. 9645606 tfchg. 3tchg 12/25 Southgate, 3 BR $26,000 this nation was founded.A Champion -

Gail Utley.. of Starke, Miss corner Morgan Road & Hwy. --- - ------------ country home Fan be a reconditioned and refur

Rose.. Mari j Kempton, of _-\16._tfchgHOUSES...-_._,., ._.J' t .... ,FOR SALE: 4.29 acres, 2 bed- Lawtey-. :, BR brick $ 1OOO ., ,bishedfarm' house, or it can be expensive new AC Autolight,
Starke, and Miss Frances -- room house in country. Completely -" rKeystone" .:dwelling, depending j) on your' te/" nd pocketbook.:

Kempton of California; one & TRAILERS pressure [ MotorcyclesSUZUKI J remodeled In last 2 3 BR brick $44,000 Also a second home may be located on lust an acre of REGULAR PLUGS

brother, Henry Kempton of washed with chemicals. Wash years. Other improvements, property, or on a small lakeside lot. A country home

Cleveland Ohio; one sister, away dirt and mildew. Guaranteed paved road. Ph. 9648436. Hampton-1 V4 acres $9,200 does not have to be surrounded by hundreds of acres of 69'Ea

Mrs. Simmion West of Cairo, Ph 4732213. tfchg. 12/4 4tp 12/25 ..
land.We
Ga., and four grandchildren. ------------ OF STARKE:: Your ------------ Lnwtey 2.75 acres $9,500 would be delighted to assist you in finding a RESISTER PLUGS

Services were held Tuesdayat authorized Suzuki Dealer. FOR SALE: Christmas trees, red second home. We have listings which would probablybe .
p.m. at graveside in West BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete Phone 9646020. 304 East Call cedar and sandpines. Call Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,500 suitable. Telephone or come by today. 84

.\ Evergreen Cemetery in Jack- sharpening service, circular Street tfchg. Mrs. W.A. Stern, 301 S. Ph. Ea.Permanent .
sonville with hand carbide, chain, mower 2 canal lots, $3,300 MERRY CHRISTMASI!
Rev. E.C. Harvey -- ---- -- --- 9645614. 17/4 4tp 12/25
'
blade hollow and
ground
; officiating. ------------ 4 canal lots, $7,800!
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral balanced. Leave at Jackson Spring fed creek on 20 good acres fenced and cross Antifreeze

Home was in charge of Building Supply Starke or FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand 5 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe fenced Large new barn Attractive nearly new,

arrangements. Keystone Heights tfchg r WANTED gun$55 22 hand guns $24.95, River $2,000/acre concrete block home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths central $425Gal

:. ---------- 25 automatic guns from heat and air-and lots of built-lns-also carpeted. Cattle' .

i _______ j720< PATIO COVERS: Homes $49.95. Dahmers Discount. 14 acre MH, terms $5,000 and farm equipment negotiable. Conveniently located. Winter AntifreezeStill

t. Mushrooms were so highly and mobile homes. $180 tfchg. 7 You would be proud to own this onel/ -
1 esteemed by the ancient installed $140 uninstalled. WANTED; Retired couple with ------------ acres in town $18,000 -----

.y Egyptians that the delicacy GATOR MOBILE HOME no pets needs unfurnished 2 FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts 10 Wanted: House In the country with some acreage. $225
; was reserved for the pharaohand SERVICE CO. Ph. 3729767, BR apt. or house downstairs and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE acres, Theresa $12,500 ----- Gal.,

his courtiers. Gainesville tfchg. Give full details in reply to Box HOME SALES, Hwy. 100 W. Tastefully furnished 1972 Dolphin MH with 3 BR, 2 B, #
Oil Co.
397, Starke. 12/25 Starke Lawtey 10 acres $11,000 Register
2tp 1/1 964-5606
,I ------------ tfchg central' heat 2300 BTU AC. completely fenced, well
_....
u M lri rjh-'l;' caused by MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also --------- : Peetsville 11 acres $10,000 landscaped lot 101 x 199, 2 metal outbuildings washer, 308 S. Thompson St.

calorie deficiencies and by too 10 x 20 PATIO COVER: Installed freezer, garden tiller all for $14,300. '

little protein and. other choring mobile and home mobile hurricane home roof an- r FOR SALE J $185,00, uninstalled $140.00. Garage business with house on ----- 4 T/CHO Dee 25

nutrients afflicts an estimated din's MOBILE Home Gator Mobile Home Service. US-301 Thirty beautiful acres on Rd. 18 which could be used as
coating.
400000.000 to 1,500.000,000 of Service 964-5606 St. Rd.,, :372.9767. tfchg. a home site or developed. Access to Hampton Lake is ,-------1

the world's National ------------ lust across the road.
poor 16W & Jct. 233, Starke Fla. 700 foot highway 301
Geographic says. FOR SALE: By owner,3 BR.:! 2B' FOR SALE: Laborador Retriever frontage ----- I Wvll Drilling I
tfchg US 301, 21 acres, terms -
brick home, double carport, ,
puppies born Dec. 4, 1975. Use your imaginationexcellent commercial property
--------- $35,000
-
--
3 '
partially carpeted drapes. Registered Pedigreed. $100 on 301 in the heart of Lawtey. Low down payment 2" Thru 6" ,
blocks from school. Ph. 473-
WOMAN: 30 years old will taVa Females, $125 males. Weaned We have all other type owner financed.
1
2039 after 5pm and weekends Fast
I = care of cancer patients or tfchg. at six to eight weeks. 12/25 properties listed. Come in and ----- Rotary
.I elderly. Good references 2tchg 1/1 see us. Office building 341 N. Temple Ave. Apartment inrear I
------------ Drilling Equipment
experienced. Can start Jan. 5. Artcraft ------------ to live In or rent for income. Price low twenties.
FOR SALE: 12x64
9645222 12/25 2tchg 1/1 mobile home, partially fur- FOR SALE: Cast iron wood FRED SACKETT'REALTOR State LicensedPumps/ I
r ------------ nished unfurnished. 205 N. Temple(US-301)) Cecelia T. Terwiilegar., Reg. Real Estate Broker .
or heaters 24 &28 inch at Dah ,
Washer dryer, concrete 904/964-6522,468-1642 Resident Phone 964-5145
air mars Discount. 10/2 14tchg I I I

steps $4,300.964-8341 or Mr. 12/31 204 West Madison Avenue, Starke, Florida ,
Milton 964-8673. tfchg.
RegistrationDates
OFFICE PHONE 944-777
.61 ------------ ;;;
tJ/s liei TOP SOIL, FILL : days :
Given FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1 vr. old I LOST II t '1 New &Used
week, dozer work and AND FOUNq
3 BR 2 bath 24x70 PeachtreeTall
CO? dragline work. Call 468-1873, Sales-/
Oaks Mobile Home, like
PartsService'
,
ForSJRJCStudents Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN .
new.1972 Buick Skylark 2 dr., Davidson
SMITH LANDFILL tfchg.: 3 BR. 2 bath CB, dwg. on extra E-Z'Terms .
AC/H, Radio Tape Player, ,
Finish this year In the best planning to attendSt. Good condition. AKC Doberman ------------ LOST OR PICKED UP: Male large cor. lot in city w/e+ulm- Mobile I Home Park I

way possible, by worshipping .Johns River Junior College puppies limited In- FOR SALE: Diamond needles'' black Lab dog, large dog with ming pool, central heat & air' In City Limits I ..Iumblnill I
with us Sunday for any stereo, over 247 Ohio chain choke conditioning. r*
on
during the winter trimester time for Christmas. 1968 Che- tags I
should complete registrationby velle, good different ones, we have them collar. Please return him if you :... __ $30 Per Mo.
running gear
The natural response to the Friday, Jan. 2. C.L. Over- rough body. Chest-type BH. Dahmer's Discount. thought he didn't have a 176 Acres, Brooker area, some Walk To NewShopping New Installation
------------ planted
celebration of The Savior's home and picked him He pines. I ,
Student
of
turf Jr., Dean freezer. 8,000 lb. sate with up.
.
CenterCity
FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3 98, _
Birth I Is to "Come Let Us does have home
a and is
Affairs, encourages all students chest.. Washer and Remodeling
money
9x12 linoleum $888. Also.
Adore Him." to register now in orderto dryer. Red drapes. Heavy- missed badly. He lives on Rt. 4 BR Frame House, Fireplace, Gas. Water S Sewer I 1
12x12 and 12x15 In stock.
obtain a desirable course duty wire rack for Ford Hundreds to choose from at 16 between State Prison and Central rd.Heat & Air, 12 acres, On 301 South I 1 Repairs ,
Let and Thankful- Rt. 233. If have him paved
joy
your schedule. Registration will be Courier or Datsun. Panasonic Dahmers Discount tfchg. you or

nets be shown In the ex-1 held on December 22, 23,24,31, Tape Player with AM-FM ----------...-. "" have seen him please call 964- -home Jolu Motel I I
pretslon( of faith and wor and January 2 from 8:30: a.m. radio. Call 964-8111 for Infor 6762. Reward. 1tp 1225MISCELLANEOUS NW.1 & 2 of acres mobile sites, I aurranc\\ 1
Starke-
ship.,, to 3 p.m. in the Registration mation. 12/18 2tp 12/25 FOR SALE Storm screen1 ------------ Terms. 9648810FOR j I

Center Student Services ------------ door white aluminum frame::* ;' 7
3 BR Frame" house1 bath j/ & / )1I
Morning Bible Study Building. Late registration sliding storm glass stationary, 10 Pumps ,Supply
f:4I A.M. begins January 5 and ends REGISTER OIL COMPANY'has screen, practically new. 32' x acres 'land on paved road. Sev SALE: Electric Pencil j I
t J oral out sharpeners 3 different I
in
Seigler and Perfection space buildings. styles 1 Company
January 13, with a $15. late fee 6'8". $36. 200 E. Adkins. ,
Morning Worship assessed. 'heaters in stock now and Street.. Itp, - stock handy for home or I
'
11A.M.Christian Students must pay all fees'on ready for Immediate Install -,- 3 BR, 2 Bath, CB dwelling In office. For sale at 'The ,Office 1 864 N. Temple Ave. I
ation.Also a few used heatersIn city. Shop,. I .
the day they complete their
Training class schedules. First-time stock. See them at 308 S. WATSON'SHOUSE HAVE YOUR SOW or gilt bredto NEED TO MAKE SOME Starke 'I J
Thompson' St. Ph. 964-5886.! OF VACUUMS Yorkshire boar $15 fitorgtRobtrtsJr.'REG j
or a pig
out P.M. students must submit a $10 : LABELS? Buy a Bymo Label 1 984-7061 TF !

non-refundable applicationfee .12/4.4tchg 12/25 vecuums.1'Used from litter. Pick-up availabldBy REAL ESTATE BROKER, maker from us at The Office,, .10-______ __.
-- .- Many brands of new appointment 7823635.
t Evening Worship with their completed If 964-7828 Shop.. ...
1130 P.M. application form to the Officeof NON' OPEN: Sonlight Mission machines available. 12/253tp 1/8 .

.' the Registrar. Variety Store at 341 N. Expert Repairs all makes. --f---------- '

..T..... Church with a Hart Registration for evening Temple ave. If you are In needof ,Parts and Accessories for all NOTICE: There will not be a Olin's Subdivision

In the Heart of Starke" courses offered in Keystone clothing etc. come sea us. vacuums. Built In central New Years Eve Watch Night .

Heights will be held at Keystone Well try and help you.'12/25 vacuum cleaning systems.712N. Service 't Evergreen Baptist I AUTOMOBILES
Ben P. Bryant Heights High School the 2tp 11SONLIGHT Main Gainesville :3767110.tf Church. 12/25" 2tchg 1/1 USED I I I

Pastor nights of January 5 and 13 --------- a
------------
i.. Christian -- a- -- I I I I
,from 6:30: to 8 p.m. MISSION CasTpocket PERSONAL: Season's
Mill of the Word FOR SALE: knives
Classes for Term II begin book More at 321 N. Ttrnpkt '
Greetings to all our friends I FOR SALE: IMS CMC V...
now at Dahmers Discount.
Monday, January 5. Ave. now open with limited t .nd'.customerl' SMITH'S long wheel base Standard. ll t
William GeorgeMm. tfchg. ,
.of Music ----- stock. Many on special sets of sale-encyclopedias : for' ------------ .. HEATING,.AIR CONDITIONING ,Call 961-81:5. Itp 12:4 r ,
Some species of bottom- REFRIGERATION AND ------------ er
clearance, Scofield Bible spe- FOR SALE 1 acre homeeitee

.Travis M. Klmbrll dwelling sea urchins are .., also many, many sermon Cro-.by Lake Estates, 2 ml. W_ ,fr.ELECTRICAL SERVICE,) Bob FOR: SALE 1966 VW 'y 'Per Mo. Water,4k:
Bill ::
Bug;
Mm.of Education capable of boring holes in booklets distributed of Starke RD Owner Smith P.O. Box 302, new Asir. Lot. For Rot 21" '
free on 100.
rocks where then Fla. 782-3553. tire $596. 782-3576.. Up Fwnlahed
they spendthe i t.J wteyw Itp \ Sewage
to ft.wnced l .
everyone. 12/25 2tp 1/1 964-6488, rtshg. c
rest of their lives. ... .... 1 / 12/25 Mark Olln'9E4.5606'' e'a. ..:> ,
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tt.family centers GIFT SUGGESTIONS


m ODPOEa Q04(! Jmf Q LADIES COORDINATE SETS' WE HAVE THE FAD
U.S.301 S. SHOPPING CENTER Starke.Fla. OF PASTEL DOUBLE KNIT ITEM of 1975

GIFTS SHE WILL LOVE SLEEVELESS TOP $588 IOOD"'| RINGS $297
. Robes Long Gowns SHORT SLEEVE TOP $688 '-UOD EARRINGS 5297Peignoir
'MOOD NECKLACES '$297
$1 Q00
FLORAL SHORT SLEEVE TOP
Sets Shcrt Gowns ftOQP WATCHES $1118'
SOLID CHECK PANTS $1000
of Brushed Nylon or Tri-Acetate M000>> BRACELET WATCHES $247S
N MH HiMHMHHnBMBB
COMPLETE SELECTION SCHICK SINGLE BARRELSHOTGUN
POINSETTIA 2/$100 HUTLATHER '

PLANTS $ 00 COSTUME $100 $1 07G

4 JEWELRY *$zoo:: MACHINE 12,20,4106A.$3776

LADIES FROM MEN'S AND LADIES MEN'S GLENFIELD
DOUBLEKNIT $1 488
, TIMEX FROM VINYL or. RIFLE

PANTSUITS TO $795 CORDUROYHOUSE $478, 22 CALIBER
$35 00 WATCHES $J 37 T6
UP SHOES 4 POWER SCOPEZEBCO

CRAZY CURL GENERAL ELECTRIC
LADIES WHITEPULLOVER .

STYLINGWAND HAND .._
$ ow. *r i
: 67,6 i"!rt .$97' j'j""REEL-" ** > \
'sflaw' EATERS $1576 MIXER NO. 700 $YTB|

.. MIDLAND CASSETTE LOUD MOUTH
GRAND FATHER STYLE
BLACK and DECKER.
8 TRACKPLAYER
TAPE CHIME

PLAYER $?.9 76 CLOCK $16 7g TAPE $52'DRILL NO.7004 $876


GOLDEN
8 TRACK 22 PIECESSOCKET
DIGITAL NO.Z0016 BABY ALIVEDOLL$1276 .
CLOCK TAPE CARRIER
$976
RADIO $2976 BOX $776 SET


HOLIDAY INN .. CHILTON ALUMINUM 23 CHANNEL SOLID STATE
PROCTOR-SILEX
ACTIVITYTOY COOKWARESET CB RADIO

. JUICER $1 076 $14 76 $1576 $11976


.
' PROCTOR SILEX MARXWHEEL MEN'S FANCY MEN'S

: BLENDER MINI DOUBLEPANTS KNIT BANLONPkB..f2.
$176'
I $1576 $1,QOO SOCKS $1

/
5,PIECEFAKE "TAYLOR MADE"QUILTS PRO MAX
MANY ITEMS OF '

DIES.WEAR BATH ROOM$976. $97673"x83 STYLING$19' 7...
REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE
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' December 25.1975 TELEGRAPH Page 13

HouseholdI I,


Hotline.Your by Becky County Giebelg Extension.. OFF '20FF / SALE FRIDAY STARTS f20FF bOFF' M


Home Economics Agent REGULAR PRICE REGULAR PRICE REGULAR PRICE! r ti REGULAR PRICE:,

QUESTION: I always have DEC. 26th CHRISTMAS .
trouble In gathering One CHRISTMASDECORATIONS CHRISTMASCARDS f f: PLUSHTOYS
thread always seems to break.
Do you have any suggestions? THRUSATURDAY GIFT J .
(Mrs. F.P.ANSWlm.) <
: Try using a zig-
zag stitch over a kite string. A wmt aiionmant of Chrlttmn Entire stock of beautiful WRAP
You'll have a hard time decorationi to chooH from.Marked Christmas card In Religious .
breaking that string! '- from doxafta of I lovable),
down 50%while stocks latt. and Tr.dltfon.1 Dnlgnt.Smt '
The entire election of Jumbo ,
(
animal An of
50%whil sUp!>'y..ta.. DEC.27th rolli.4.8 roll packs.nd flat cuddly airaa. and color. Sow aaaortmant Vxd oft r..-. ,
QUESTION How
treat windows:in do you I'I I Gift Wrap all.marked down air prieaa whila supply......
an old house .
1' 4L' 50% WHILE SUPPLY LASTS
where windows are all sorts
sizes and heights? (Mrs.C.C.) I Shop Early
ANSWEU: The object Is to ? /
achieve a semblance of uniformity ., ,, Some Items / r
so using one
one pattern, or one colori dE_ t' Limited Supply
treatment will
help. Windowsof
uneven heights can be 1
"leveled off" with valances.The iqi

pace.highest On low window windows sets the the ,. r4,,. After; Christmas Clean Sweep
valance will be high above the
frame, but the fall of the cur
tain will conceal the trick.
Narrow windows may be I
made to look wider if
draperies are installed on
adjoining walls instead or on
the window frame. Keep curtains I
all of the same type. 1 / 1Z

QUESTION: I've heard
candle wax is explodable.How .
can the wax be melted
safely? (Mrs. D.E.)
ANSWER: Always use a
double boiler in melting
candle wax or and
you will be safe from the wax TWIN
exploding. 5OFF! !f20FFDOUBLE


The -average----adult- has KODAK TELE.INSTAMATIC REGULAR PRICEDELAGAR REGULAR PRICE ELECTRIC ELECTRIC

enough Iron in his body to .
make a two-inch nail. CHRISTMASCANDIES

I BLANKET BLANKETSReg.


FLORIDATHEATRE
Reg. '4" Sale'
Reg.s24 BATH Select from a large Reg. *1688 Sale
auortment of Chriitmai -
and Holiday

Sale ITEMS while candiei.wpp4y Save lam.50% $138'8 $1188

Starts Today $1899 (WHILE SUPPLY LASTS)

3 Days Only LIMIT ONE

ShowtimesThurs
.
Sat 1-3-5-7-9& Fri 5-7-9 DURA FLAME GALAXY FAN Req'* Model 92001 PROCTOR a GALA '
3 0
Fri Sat Sun LOGS 77' OR$219 FORCED HEATERS 1499 ELECTRIC JUICER I 0" PAPER NAPKINS .077.
tha S816, JUICE IN SECONDS! REG. 13 99 BOX OF 160 REG. 66' LIMIT TWO :

MYSTERIOUS .
-
MONSTERS .. .. I ; It, t:.:: to:
MIt n. Model a7 '
; BURBLE VAN WICK PROCTOR MllPt
"
0'9 "n
... $
.Cn. L6IIBBLEBLEpATICANK.LIMITO Ell 3c; 1 CAN OPENER Reg. $599' TOASTER 11.99. O GOLF JACKET 7 :r' S"J.

Sale MODEL T82D TWO SLICE WITH AUTOMATIC. POP.UP DURABLE POPLIN'PERMANENT PRESS



POWDER L I'C 3 HAM.SPED BEACH MIXER:G. :: 7" UTILITY RUBBER MAT 1.2i IIC SWEATERS LADIES 9 5US
:
,. ,... ,
,
OZ PLUS 3 OZ FREE-LIMIT ONE NON SPIASH BEATERS BEATER ALl.PURPOSE MAT FOR BATH ETC CARDIGAN SWEATERS MATERIALS S COLORS


LISTERINE Reg INTERMATIC REG. 6.99 i CAR WASH OFF WITH VALVE.SHUT POLYESTER Reg: $ 88
99C ELEC. TIMER #D111 4" REG. 1.49 "e 4
320z. 1'4 BRUSH BLANKETS *5.'
24 HOUR CYCLE TURNS LIGHTS ON AND OFF PLASTIC BRISTlES.ALUMINUM HANDLE .



5 a. BLADES39c COFFEEMAKEI NORELCO,, REG.27.99 23" SHOE PLASTIC 10XEs 41e SHEER PANTYHOSE 6" e.

DOUBLE EDGE STAINLESS STEEL LIMIT ONE B CUP.DRIP FILTER SAFETY GLASS CONTAINER SEE THRU BOXES WITH COLORED LIDS-REG.69' TAN DR BEIGE-350-REO.99' ..
David Niven


,:E: L Ie :NDT: MATE :QQUA':::
BOTTLE STYLING IoE,s 8" DOOR l 49' 344 of 24 7'7e. .
u PROTECTIVE COATING ACTION LIMIT ONE MIST STYLING FOR WAVES CURLS OR TENDRILS.-2302 DURABLE ASTROTURF FOR EXTERIOR USE. PATCHWORK DESIGN.REG 119'


VICKS' 1 REMINGTON canON MALLO O.

FORMULA 44-DIT "e SUPER BUSH 20" WORK GLOVES 2 lIe 'COOKIES.. 1. .
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I It's The Little Things That Count.. Williams Tells Correction OfficersIn ,I

a concerted effort to have '-" "'
tlon officers Lt. Gov, Jim Williams was long time,ueiore there is an snip does work." Williams and operations emphasizing technicians and nurses.in .
understand the a peculiar and I on hand Friday to speak to the( abundance ot'' energy. Energyis said referring to a concept development of professional I I introducing tut, Gov.
special problems of inmates 39 employees graduating. tied to the economy and the the trainees are taught( in the skills and modern concepts Williams. l Director Wainwright -
Louie Lee Wainwright director is tied to crime IOU hours of intensive
the state's corrections systemis economy training.( needed by'correctional per- noted that all governors
systematically giving each of the state's new Department Williams said.Speaking "It's! not the big things/( in life sonnel. have taken an interest in
officer 160-hours of intensive/ of Offender Rehabilitation personally to the that make or break a !Most students live in an the corrections system but
training. j N tr ,was also on hand to intro graduates Williams cited marriage. It's the hundreds of institute dormitory during( the none has injected himself personally
On ,Dec 19 the Correctional w duce Gov. Williams and lo what he called a "conscious little things you do for your course. The course is approved into the operation of
take part in the ceremonies. decision" by he and his wife to 'wife that make .
Training Institute as a,, lasting by Lake City Community the system as has Gov Reubin
It is difficult to contemplate again become active in the "
school is / marriage College for nine Askew
the special training that from January to January church. By such a conscious The training institute semester hours of credit. !It
called, graduated: its l.oooth (last year the number of inmates elfort a corrections officer can leaches classes averaging 41)) leaches mairily correctionalolficcrs .. One of the calamities you can do
student in the 25th class commencement in the state's attuned something. boyt tornadoes, :
prison become to the seemingly students per four-week. Hid- but graduates also
at Union Correctional increased from hurricane!, earthquakes!\ forest flre
system 12,000to insignificant problems hour course. includehuman academic and
Topics include vocational
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Institution. Classes 4t 16.000 Gov. Williams noted. of an inmate Williams said. ,relations and Ire limpl be extra cartful with.
teachers, classification
began buck in August, 197!) for L S a Aysti ."When you look at that "The one-on-one relation- d'pdrlmenl.administration. specialists medical fire of!any kind!. !
staff members who deal with ,-' statistic you begin to understand -

inmates. some of the problems, -
There are some 4,500 employees I
we have in the system Gov.
so som 25 percent 'MLItt1 Williams said.Contributors.
have received (he training.The to the current
1,000th employee was bt 01 PQptef.u high instance of crime.
George Clayton a corrections Williams said are: 1the) a
officer from Desoto Correctional tight economy, 2)) the number
Institution with the of law and order; candidates,,
d11
division\ months elected in the past few years

3)) a public afraid of releasing
inmates into its midst 4))
1)l vi ; judges and a judicial system ,
which do not deter crime.
"It's not just a corrections
system problem" Williams .
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"We nowhave the permis-
sive generation coming of
age" Williams continued : 7

listing a fifth contributing
factor. "The schools said, er' n@ t n i'
I.I. lill\i '. .lim Williams left presents diploma to a corrections I
'Don't 1> discipline they ought to
officer in ceremonies Friday. Williams told the officers ),'\ by Jim Lawson
be free spirits Now. in a ,
it's the hundreds! of little things they can do for Inmates
lough economy they might SHEER BEAUTYIN
which make a !;1..Unr'latioll..hlp/ "
not settle for less. S COLORADO

People have been accustomed Colorado Is a State ol
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fl to a better way of A' : l sheer mountain beauty.
DeWittC.JonesFuneral life now they don't want to How many mountains
settle for less under the present f ,.., 4 would you think exist in
tight money conditions, Colorado? More than you
HomeSTARKE Williams said. Inmate training assistant Tommy Davis filmed the graduation! of the l.flooth trainee nn would ever guess. Thereare
"It's not shocking 1 to me thata closed circuit television. The training teaches corrections officers to listen to in ma lex who because 1,500 peaks which are
man with a family who isunemployed of the nature of prison have special problems that persons outside of prison might not more than 10,000 feet in
S it PHONE 964-62OO and out of benefits f\.'lIlhilik uhoiil. Corrections officers are being taught/: mil In hi'u.sh off inmates wlm appriKti-h height. That's not counting
1 RENTAL l turns lot-rime rather than Iliem illi problems, no mutter haw small or, insignificant the problem. might/: seem. the small peaks! Wow, you
t HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS.WHEEL CHAIRS to give" up the way of life he Inm.iles lend to blow small \\o..I..lIlnln. big lines, l.i\. i. saxs., Just talking lo an officer often ertainly wouldn't want to
has. helps,, i ii'roue| will listen. try to climb all those
aS' CRUTCHES
If he reads the economy cor- mountains. _
1).c KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE rectly. Williams said and The highest peak in Colo:
473.3176I\ reads the current lack of Death Row Visited By Lt. Governor rado is Mt. Elbert which is
Joy to All energy correctly it will be a 14.431 feet high. In fact
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I _==* -- LI Gov. Jim Williams \isils i I hiprison when in the o Colorado ,which are more
May your holidays visited the Death How sectionof inmates recently complained ,11'IM. I le did not interview any than 14 000 feet high
it jn ol cold food and a lack of exercise ill' the I mmitcs. )Dealli How'
bring you health > ::Diet erntnt Dec.Florida in while Stale Prison at Hal-on time. Williams said some while at KSI'Committee on (There in are the only United 85 mountains States

and happiness i BUILDING CONTRACTOR lord to address the 2::>th commencement improvement in I the situation study of I the which exceed 14,000 feet in
might belorthcommg. Me saida
exercises of the Mtu.itKIM has teen delayed( height.) II you are looking
KlipNKurlB..utyShap Slate C".Iif"J prison system's Correctional committee studying the .iboul a I week because ot' the for mountains Colorado is
situation for Department) .. of
hunger strike which Ix'
CUSTOM Training Institute which was cin the place to go.
496-2185'' I graduating its l.oooth trainee. Offender Heh"bililationSecl'elal'Y I )Ii'('. 1 I. Williams s.nd. I Ik said If you are looking for
BUILT Louie L. Wain- the committee delayed bi'iiin- good service, visit us. Our
Loraine, Sandra. COMMERCIAL The lieutenant governor aright would soon "recommend iiing: Iho study until the inmates number one obiective is to
Diane & Jackie HOMES CONSTRUCTION arrived. early prior to his 11 some changes in (he concluded J the hungerprotest : provide the best possible
treatment of the lill Death Kowinmates.
a.m. address to the training 1 so as nol to |ilcHie service for all our custo
153 W. Call St. COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLE! institute and visited! the food Williams. did not outline impression that I inmate pro mers. Come in today. Our
service operation and exercise any I"hlsoulli bring: ..idion.Tlu courteous personnel will be
964.6101 -=- -- -c.::: area of the Death. Row specifics of the recommendations committee, hi'.idod' by happy to assist you.
section at "'SP. winch will b(' nuidc.illiatns .1,J. .('I.wk..ll'ol1sultal1llm' the
\\ said Il(' normallv ..di\'i ision, is scheduled to refer"
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The Bradford County Hospital ahead of its anticipated reve-
nue schedule with hopes of beginning the new year in the black,
a administrator R.D. Edmondson announced Monday.
Length Of Day "We're still looking good. Payrolls have been met and the
yoU November payables have been met. As of Friday, we were in
Wishing good shape," Edmondson said
Edmondson painted a rosier picture to the Bradford County
Hospital Board of Trustees at its regular monthly meeting on
Suit ContinuedBy Thursday, December it, saying the hospital will wind up approximately -
$6ll0oin the black by the month.

Previously the trusteeswere 3174289. others $13,028.60.
told the hospital neededto Edmondson said that a
raise $126,000 by the end of certificate of deposit, a 90-day
UC Board the month in order to break note taken out in September,
even. for a loan of $15,000 would be
Edmondson the hospital due on December 25.
staff along with the hospital He said, the hospital has
LAKE BUTLER A special it's against the policies you auditors spent a busy week other certificates of depositand
meeting of the Union County want to have "
enforced to the contacting
prior meeting he was instructed by the
School Board Dec. 18 resultedin Cason countered.
the insurance
companies, trustees to update them on
a 3-2 vote to continue the
medicare and medicaid offices their date.
suit filed Hostility between the super- anniversary
against Superintendent

I., James Cason intendent and board memberswas to get their assistance in In other business Edmondson -
i the length of teachers'concerning work evident at the meeting, speeding up payment of said the trustees should
owed the .
when board attorney Wayne money hospital.It give serious considerationabout
I day.Asking that the suit be discontinued Carrol advised members to was pointed out that as of having a written con-

.; We join jolly old St. Nick in the board's, decision Cason urged to shortenthe that of refrain Cason's from questions answering"calling some the hospital Dec.had 11 $48,458 meeting in the the tract doctors.with the emergencyroom

work day by a half hour for a legal conclusion." bank. "The doctors are paid by the
% wishing everyone everywhere was in direct violation of Edmondson was instructedto hospital but we have had a
board policy which he is Cason also said he had been personally take bills number of complaints that
happiness and good cheer now and always. under oath to enforce."Is "falsely accused" of failure to amounting to $17,000 to the these doctors are not seeing
call a special meeting of the Medicare office in Jackson- every patient that comes into
there anything short of a board requested for Dec. 15. ville on Friday,Dec. 12,where the emergency room for treatment -
1'court battle to end this" they have promised to pay ." Edmonds said. ..
board chairman Morris Dobbs "I fail to recall any requestof them within five to seven daysof Doctors man the emergencyroom
asked of members Pam me personally to call a receiving the bills. Another
to 7
from a.m.
\ 'Fences Thomas, Ressie Griffis and meeting. I understood that the $33,000 in medicare bills will 7pm Friday and
Local Schools Monday through
Going UpAt Donald Dukes, who voted to three members desiring the be ready by Friday, Dec. 19,
continue the suit, asking for a meeting would call it," Cason and those bills were asked to IS.T P.im-: I II
declaratory judgment requiring said, adding that he would not be hand carried to Jackson-
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have called a meeting ville for
Cason to carry out the any- payment to the
board's of the shortened way, for the board to discussthe hospital.
To Contain And Protect Students work approval day. legal action against him. .t>tl
Quicker from
The board voted 32m late response (County and city offices will
Medicare has helped to place be closed! for the;holidays different
to allow teachers
September Pecan Sales the hospital in better financial this week, wellas
The Bradford County School school campuses over the tary and Brooker Elemen- sion to raise the fences from to leave school grounds at 3:30: days as
Board approved nearly $25,000 holidays tary, the board decided Ori- four feet to almost six feet as rather than 4 p.m. as policy condition, Edmondson said. local banks according to
; In school Improvements at a Fencing will go up at Brad- ginal estimates of about$7,000to recommended by architect requires unless asked by principles Total Other bills amounting to officials
special\ meeting Dec 17, ine' ford High School, Starke Ele- complete the job will be Craig Sal ley. The taller fences to stay for a meeting. $38,123For $57,000 have been billed to Courthouse The Bradford ill be County closed
fences! to go up on four mentary, Southside Elemen- higher due to the board's deci- will discourage climbing by other firms who have pro '
Christmas and of
students, Salley said, The suit, filed Oct. 2, con- mised the hospital that the Day Friday
. SeasonPecan this week and !New; 'Wjr'sDay
... tends that Cason issued a
Bradford High will be money will be sent to the The sheriff's office will
the board'sdecision
Load Limits Proposed almost completely encircledin memo following directing teachers to sales at the Starke hospital of within a week of be closed Wednesday and

the chain link fencing to dis- remain on duty until 4pm.until State Farmers Market receipt Edmondson the bills.estimated the Thursday this week and NewYear's
courage unwanted visitors the board changes the totaled $38,123 for the season Day,
Dec.
I and students leaving the cam- policy legally under the Ad- just closed, with 99,495 pounds 18 payroll at ap- City Hall and the post office
proximatey $25.000, with bills
pus without permission, ministrative Procedures Act sold at an average of 38 centsa will be closed Christmas Day

For Secondary RoadsA period.especially These during problems lunch were (APA), pound. outstanding November by for the October hospital and for'$8D.429 Starke and New Police Year's I Department Day only The wiN

Sales began October 30 and The
that the administrator
brought out in a special The board insists not close over the holidays
new ordinance to limit the cussed at a special meeting of because of overloaded trucks committee meeting Dec II policy remains unchanged, were held each Thursday with was granted permission to Bradford County Health
gross weights of the axle and the Bradford County Commission -. going on county roads. which proposed the fencing to that teachers are given per- more than. 72 growers participating pay $30,000 of the back bills I>Department ill be closed
pounds on secondary roads in on Monday, Dec. 22, with the board. mission to leave early through owed by the hospital.He Thursday and Friday this.
Bradford County was dis- action tabled until the regular The Commission instructed The fence will enclose the internal management procedures The average price was estimated that an week as well as !New; dear's
monthly meeting on Monday, Shaw to make an additional school with gates from the better than 1973 when around estimated cash flow the last I Ddy.Florida
Jan. 5.Drafted. paragraph setting up a policy existing vocational class- "We have waived the policyin 136,000 pounds were sold, but 13-days of the month will net Dank at Starke and
:j hc tir( by County Attorney where local firms may be rooms eastward to the side- years before and I think we gross revenue was only the hospital an additional Community Stale Bank will
ntunJ Eugene F, Shaw, the new law granted a permit to travel on walk bordering US-301 aroundto can waive it again. We" only 39148. Average price then $26.000 to have toward meeting close only Christmas Day and
sets the gross weights imposed the secondary roads of the Adkins Street, back to the want a judgment on it, said was around 28 cents. their obligations. Jan I in h ilidacommemoi'a-
on the highway by the. county to make necessary vocational building.The Mrs. Thomas. tion.' Guaranty Federal
These wouldbe Market manager Bob Allen In the first 10 days of
wheels of any one axle of the delivery. permits Savings will clove at noon on
vehicle shall not exceed 16,000 granted local applicants for committee, consistingof "What you want is, any time said no sales were held at the December the hospital netted (hristmas Eve; remain closed
pounds on any state secondaryor up to six months by filing an two school board members, three members of the board market last year because of the following breakdown of Christmas 1 Day' and will open
county road of Bradford application with the county principals, a teacher repre- decide they want something the crop failure and the short accounts due: Blue Cross its doors again Fridaymorn-
County, clerk's officeChairman, sentative and school adminis- done, I have to do it, even if supply of nuts. $10,806.15, Medicare ing for regular business houi's.

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the wheels of all axles of a it was the s- ri r+s, w.a1
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50,000 pounds on any' state try to stop overloaded would make the job of school .. ,1iQtrt'r ,
secondary or county road In trucks from passing throughthe personnel and Starke police to ., ;.IIIII '....
Bradford County.' county on secondaryroads the area easier. '
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Shaw said that the recommendations but was not aimed at Fencing will also go up on !,
TELEGRAPH NEWS for these limits local business firms. Washington Street in front of ,: ,
AND AD DEADLINE was recommended by the Starke Elementary to protect 1 1
Monday Dec. 2f state department of transportation "Theordinance provides for playground pupils from 1'1 r .
violations to be enforced I..u,1. t.a.,7
only traffic. Although traffic In
12 noonRECEPTION to help save some of the '
----- secondary roads which have where signs are posted on the front of the school is pro- 4 ts

maintenance problems (he* Page ;11> In Honor of 5'm

Arlln L..McKnightRdlring Rates 7M4
as- Utility Lowered Foi Customersr MJ'

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Health o.INIrtmentDec. Living Outside Lake Butt Limits
.21, IWS ; City I If

2-'p.m., LAKE BUTLER- Although customers living outside the Hal Y. Mains who said he ; II f
Stark Golf and utility costs will increase for city limits because the present was'unaware of the "com- I
Country Club the City of Lake Butler, it rate is illegal, the city council paratively new' statute. The
must lower rates for some 23 learned Dec. 10. > council voted 4-0 to comply. .
Public I Is Invited Utility customers outside Developers of the property
----- Early News the city limits have paid promised city utility rates to ,; .i Ia&V

BC ZONING BOARD, duble for about two years, buyers, "all the comforts of .'
Dec.30,7.m rates in lieu of taxes "',
: city taxes the city without city ,
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charged to customers inside ,White saidDevelopers,
BHS CLASS OF the for install-
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M REUNION Next WeekDue man Bill!I White. ation of the water and sewer I
Saturday, Dec. 27 _The city could be liable for lines, causing problems in
\ 7130"m.S10couple. to New Year's Day fall'Ing violation of a Florida Statutein annexation, said councilman

on Thursday this year, the charging these customers .TS. Thomas who said called -
.N AS Officers Club Telegraph will be published 100 percent surcharge. White for a larger tax base in Lake S '
JacksonvilleSommunUjj! i, early again next week. said.A 25 percent surcharge is Butler. '
The Telegraph will go to the most allowed by the statute Union General Hospital Is r.
C.wtntrat1t press next Monday night and without a .vote of the one of the customers to enjoy
(! be on the .street'Tuesday. people. If the Issue should the reduced rates. '
qJ Tomeet ,, pass in referendum the city The council also learned%, Twas The Night,Before Christmas': ,"
Settle.DankAccunta the early press dateit can charge only 50 percent that its utility bill would In- .. .
is necessary that the Telegraph surcharge.. crease from $265 to$305 effective Actually It was Dee 0 when these youngster were read and Darrell Gnawn.The float was sponsored by the Bradford-
Now 1 lnwir"UT4QMty ," staff have news and ad- Immediate reduction of the Dec.. 1 for the water and the story of Saint Nick during the Christmas parade by Mr*. ,County Flrt Department.. More Christmas parade Dictum:
r"eNreDena Unworn tarp. In the office by rate to a 25 percent surcharge sewage treatment system, Dicta llardenbrook. Listener are
f noon,Monday. Dec.. 29., was called for"by city attorney &we fake $1 Phillips. Paula Green Christie Dlckenson. Derrick Dowdy' .. ..q;. ,

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H reception More than at the 90 Starke attended Golf a :-i "' ,', T.E.L. Class Entertained At Mrs. Peek Sr's. I IThe

and Country Club on Sunday, : .
December 21, honoring the T.E.L. class of the First education, gave an Inspiring
w it retirement of John N. Myersas Baptist Church of Starke was Christmas message. Mr.
_a executive vice-president of q! entertained in the home of George, minister of music'
the Starke-Bradford County Mrs. S.L. Peek, Sr. on Thurs- sang"Sweet Little Jesus Boyland
Bill Glover, Chamber of Commerce president (second ,Chamber of Commerce and day, Dec. 18 with Mrs. Lola "0 Holy Night. Mrs.' I"
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from right/ ) presents plaque to John N, Myers "for devoted the in-coming new Executive Johnson as co-hostess. L.A. Canova played accompaniments -
survive: to the Starlte-Krudrord County Chamber of CClmIIw..ce Vice-president William Rev. and Mrs. Ben Bryant, for the songs oh the .;,
,Sept. IB. IM'KoDec! ?.211.1975." At left is William (Bill) Wilson. pastor Mr. and Mrs. Travis autoharp. 'l'
Wilson, Myers successor as '!!rector! and at right Harold Attending the guest book Q Q Kimbril and Mr. and Mrs. Gifts were exchanged ,
Davis president-elect (if the chamber. were: Karen and Debbie I ; T. William George were invited among the members and 1
Glover,daughters of Chamber .J 4 vas r w guests. guests after which the hos-
President William S. Glover. .'r" Mr. Kimbril, minister of tesses served refreshments.
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were Mr. and Mrs. John \ 1 > Jimmy ThorntiNewlywedsD:ms To Honor
Celebrate 25thAnniversary Myers and Mr. and Mrs. ? ......- ... -, -' ..
William Wilson. ,. ,ec.28
The punch table was
covered with a white linen Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Thorn- Marlon Thornton and Margaret '
a Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey, cloth over-laid with green net .J'G" ton will be hosts at a wedding Davis, daughter of Mr,
Jr. celebrated their 25th decorated with silver and 4.1 rii reception Sunday, Dec. 28 Robert Davis of Fort Worth,
I wedJing anniversary Sunday white Christmas trees. A from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Pine Texas, were married on
Ni.R at tt small family party given large Christmas decoration Level Baptist Church in honorof December 13 at the Worth, '
+ by their daughter, Kathy, and table with three '
the
a ry centered their son and daughterinlaw Baptist Church in Fort Worth,
son. Lee. branch silver candelabras. Top row standing: Senior Regent Mrs. Russell Eberly, Jr. Graduate Regent, Mrs. Ed Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Texas. ,
4 The refreshment table wascove..ed Serving punch were: Mrs. Walker. Sealed, recorder, Mrs. Charles Huston, treasurer, Mrs.Woodrow Grlffis. Jr, regent, Thornton. All friends and relatives are
with a lace cloth and Harold Davis Mrs. Mac Bald- Mrs. John Johnson, Chaplain, Mrs. Albert Young. invited to attend.
centered with an arrangementof win, Mrs. John Bradley, Jr.,
white mums, carnationsand Mrs. George Pierce and Mrs.
silver leaves. A tiered Eve Godwin. Serving tables Women Of Moose Held Installation .
wedding cake was at one end were covered with red cloths. -
table and Miss Rita Of Last WeekThe
of the Assisting in serving were: Tuesday
Godber presided at the punch Mrs. Warren Carver, Mrs.
bowl at the other end of the
table. Sandra Reddish, Mrs. WilliamS. Women of the Moose, heart and Gainesville Chapter <1089; Frances Causey, Collegeof
at Christmasan The 50 attending included plover: Misses Eoline Chapter 1726, held their Instituting 1089 was the instituting offi- Regents, Lake Shore Chapter -
Green and Susan Ebling. ceremony, enrollmentof cer. Officers for 1975.76 are 1495 Frances San Martin,
members of the family and a
friends. Chamber President WilliamS. charter class and Installation shown in picture above. College of Regents, Lake
old-fashioned few close
___ Glover presented Mr. of officers and Instituted by College of Panasoffkee 1590, installing
JL Myers with an engraved chairmen on Tuesday of last Regents; Gainesville Chapter senior regent; June Perger,
greeting from Mrs Annie Mae Ensor of plaque for devoted service to week at the Moose Lodge. College of Regents, Lake
Jacksonville is spending the Starke-Bradford County Mrs. Loyetta Walsh, grand BloodworthMillerRehearsal Panasoffkee 1590.A .
DESUEGROCERY Christmas with her mother, Chamber of Commerce from council member of Moose-, buffet dinner was served
Mrs Bertha Pearce. Sept. 16, 1968 to Dec. 26, 1975. after the instituting ceremonyby
Dinner
I\Ir.llnd Mrs. Paul G. Brown Mr. Myers was also presentedan Retired Teachers the Moose Lodge 2035 at the
visited friends in Americus, electric out-door grill from Moose Home to about 300
the Chamber of Commerce, Dec.19 1 members and
Ga. over the weekend Held Breakfast guests.
Naomi & Clarence Bradford County FairAssociation Music for dancing was
and The Bradford Mr. and Mrs. James L. furnished The .
Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne December 17 by Sportsmen.BIRTHS
923 N. Pine Register of Mobile, Ala were County Development Bloodworth entertained at ai, AND
Tuesday guests of Mrs. L.D. Authority. buffet dinner Friday, Decem-
Starke, 964.7028 Vining.fofafay Approximately 90 guests The Bradford-Union Retired ber 19, after the wedding
attended between the hours 4 Teachers, with Miss Kathryne rehearsal for their daughter,
...-.. and 6 p.m.Masons. Epperson, president, held a Ellen, and Michael Miller at
breakfast last Thursday at the the Methodist FellowshipHall.
Holiday Inn with 17 members .
.t\ To Install attending. Mr.and Mrs. Morris Carter,
Each member brought sev- The buffet table was cov- Jr., of Starke, announce the
/Jl} 1976 OfficersDec. eral small gifts that were put ered with a green cloth with a arrival of a son, Morris
into Christmas baskets for the centerpiece of six red candlesin Phillip, on November 15 in St.
27Bradford shut-in retired teachers of a brass holder decorated Vincent's Hospital, Jackson-
(I ut r ( Bradford and Union Counties. with cedar. The dining tables ville.Maternal
covered with grandparents are
Lodge No. 35 and were green m
._ Lawtey Lodge No. 189 will cloths with red candles and Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt.
rr )) .. hold a joint installation of 1976 Junior Club cedar centerpieces. of Lawtey. Paternal grand-
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... m.,6\ -' Dec. 27, at Bradford Lodge.; Honors I Senior members of the wedding Morris Carter, Sr., of Starke.

j'"-r -r-:::. ;/ "( Club at Tea party enjoyed the occasion. -">. .. ,
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. w'j.. !' .'.-. .j. ._4' .. .. "".,...I,..tl.. 1)) ....... 1 r I. be'bA ser lh'i covered\'ins ecj 1'(at/7 allati!dish p.m-f supper. :""followed-will The Women's!Club of Starhft '. oowor.were: Harold, Miller an niMrs Mrs.'I\lJd\ .' wards Mr.,, Sr.andyrg4 and) BtIO-in-law-eRd.! J.l'4..Esh

f 1 ,. "" "-i' ,. "'IJ.. _. was the setting for a Christ .Charles Darby. x daughter' M ."and Mrsrd.M.. !
mas tea Wednesday afternoonof High of Jacksonville "'Cele-'
-( All Masonic families and last week with the Junior 2035'Christmas brated the High's 20th wed- 1
_- friends invited to attend. Moose Lodge
t. $ are Women's Club honoring the ding anniversary at the
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[ } ) THE BRADFORD large silver bells hanging Starke Moose Lodge 2035 vl,\ ..' ;
-. -- SJ Bi{;;,.;.1r ,-1-'Io'h* .s COUNTY TELEGRAPH from the ceiling and giant held a Christmas party on .. ""
Published every Thursday Christmas stockings hanging December 20 at the Moose ......,wt
at 138 W. Call Street around the room. A large home on US-301 North for the r ? '/ \
Starke Florida 32091 Christmas tree stood by the children of members. .
Served with our very best wishesfor stage. Santa Claus arrived at 2 / \ "
festive Yuletidel! Second Class postage paidat Two long tables held the silver p.m. and gave gifts and
a Starke, FloridaSubscription punch bowl and silver tea candy, oranges, nuts and 'ti.f".r
Closed Dec. 25 & 2S service. The tables were centered apples to the youngsters.
Rates: with Christmas ar During the party carols
Fried ChickenCharlie In trade area: 16.00 per rangements. Past presidentsof were sung and refreshments
Kentucky year; $3.50six months the Women's Club pouring served. r
during the party hours were f
Outside trade area: 17.00 Mrs. J.W. Kincaid, Mrs. J.A. Flo. Pest Control
and Sybil Braswell 964-5126 per year;$3.00 six months Griffin, Mrs. E.K. Perryman,
Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy, Miss Employees Have '
Della Rosenberg, Mrs. L.A.
Canova, Mrs. S.W. Hamiltonand (;/ : '
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Jacksonville.Mrs.. John. W. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hen- o of.
3 Day received members and guestsat dricks were hosts at a Christ oyous
the door. Standing in the mas dinner party for the
receiving line were Mrs. employees and their families Christmas;
Robert Autry, president of the of Florida Pest Control, FROM
SaleNOTICE Junior Club. Mrs. V.J. Starke, on Saturday, May His birth live ever
Spengler, president of the December 13.Christmas .
decorations in the hearts oi men.
senior club Miss Debbie were
Branson president of the used at points of interest in the
Little Women. Mrs. Lester dining area.
Crews Junior club sponsor, Gag gifts were exchangedby Houston'sGulf
All Black t White and and Mrs. F.W. Strickland, the employees after dinner.
Little Women's Club sponsor All 16 attending welcomedthe
Floor hostesses were Mrs. newest member of the Florida rarrw w w asSTARKE
Color T.V.s on Sale This Week at Gerald Wilson. Mrs. J.C. Pest Control family. FLORIDA
Dukes, Mrs. Robert Hall, Mrs. Sheri Diane Patterson was Svrvic.
Maxie Norton Mrs. Freeman born Tuesday, December 9, .
10% Above Cost -s.sM.w lat. Y..1. .db Oasts'
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Thigpen Engagement Told and Mrs. Charles Hardy and Mrs. Lamar Shaw
employed by Lake Butler were hosts at a family Christmas and family ol Pome Vedra die
Apparel Company. 2Jj 1oJ now dinner party on Sunday spending the holidays, at their
Mr Thigpen is a 1971 gra- Attendingeie Mr and :Mrs home on Kinsley Lake: They
duate of Suwannee High :Mr. and Mrs. LaRue 'G.E. :McGauley. II. Jennings have .1''# hrtlid.iv Ilul'stsIrs: :
School and is presently serving Williams and family are :McGaulev! and)Chase Hardy 'Sh\w's parent: :Mr and :Mr
in the IT,S. Air Force spending the holidays with n +, r Jacksolt'lIleo.Irs\ : ,G.EMcGauley. R, Beeclu'f of Lyons. daMr .
ri A1: wedding is planned.Mr :Mr and :\Irs. R.A, Colson.Mr. 4 '. :\11'5. Connie
Bagwell. Miss"" Sandra Bag!! ;, andlrs.. Jan Douglas r>tT
: and :Mrs C.T. Beasleyof well.. Miss Ann Marie Johns .Tallahassee :Mr.and :Mrs
Haines City were Thursdayto Mr. and Mrs, Frank Stokes: Jim Haley ol Asheville N Care
and Mrs. C..M.: Patrickof Saturday"guests of :Mrs l" Palatka :Mr and Mrs Amos spending. the hlid.lYtl'Ith
West\ Florida :Mr. and :Mrs.V O.L. Beasley and Mrs. J.W. ,) Bell. East P.alatk \ .Weldon of Bushnell and Kincaid. 7 Mrs Don Hardy' and :Mr and HG Bollincer Joining! the
:Mr. and :Mrs. J R. Weldon of Mrs. Louis Holstein and tamlly 1.111111un Christmas' day\ will
" Jacksonville and their Local admittances to Brad- ol GamesMlle. Mr and I be :Mr and Mrs: Milton Hart
I families are visiting their ford County Hospital this :Mrs, Charles Francis and tell\ ol Orange City and Fieeman -
mother. Mrs. Gladys Weldon week include: :Mrs :Martha f.lmildnd :Mrs Bob 1i1ne.I'. Bollmner\ ol OainesvilleMr
. Brown and Mrs. Dola Blantonof '
during the week Jr. ol Sl aike.
Hampton :Mrs.Johnny Bell < and :Mr:*Keith' Gilling-
:Mrs Lola Johnson and Mr. Brown. Mrs. Marjorie Sutton luim and children ol Tampa
I'I and Mrs, Henry Godwin have Herman :Nettles' and :Mrs. Ida n t A true conservationist Is a ate holiday eueM* ol :Mr. and
( man who knows that the
Plummer of Starke :Mrs Ir .
as guests from Saturday : I l Mrs Gu.lle. Christmas day
.' Beatrice Hines of Graham world is not given bv hislathers nt'x.
I \\ednesday. Dwight Robartsof : t r r gue>ts will also be':Mrs.
bin boirowed Iron
Indianapolis. Ind. Charm and Miss Carol Glisson of ter! Ciilltnuliant and ",)11. \\adt
Mr and Mrs H.E. Cox Epperson of Dalton. Ga.. Keystone Heights a fYa iWA w ', his..children..Q.. .:se.:.e ol Jackson; \ilh4.
,announce the engagement of David Reeds :
their daughter. Elizabeth boro. Tenn. and Murphrees-Susan :Mr. and :Mrs. W1.Ieng: : Members and their families of the Starke Golf and Country Club held a Christmas party and -
Ann to David Alan Thigpen. of Jackson Tenn Darby and daughter of St. Peters- covered dish dinner Wednesdj of last week. Janet Turner presented a Christmas program and
son of Mr. and :Mrs.L.. burg are spending the holidays Santa Clam was on hand to visit the youngsters and pass our gifts.'
Thigpen Jr. all of Starke. :Mr. and :Mrs. David Men- with their parents E.L.
:Miss Cox is a 1973 graduateof denhall of Stone : :Matthews and Mr and Mrs.
Mountain Mr. and Mrs The employees wives and .
Bradford High School and Iso Paul Meng and families. Lynwood Mr: and :Mrs R R Turnip-
Ga and
Miss June
Hardy ofGdines'iIle Walters of :MartmsMlle. Va husbands of the Florida Bank seed. Sr ol Atlanta will be
are spending the Mr. and Mrs Jack Carter are holiday guests of :Mr. .and of Starke and the supervision Saturday overnight !guests olDr
holidays with t their parents. and children of Douglasville. :Mrs S.L. Peek. Jr. staff and wives of DuPont and:Mrs H H Adams
Mr and : .
Mrs JE
Hardy :Mr. attended the Alhambra din
Ci'NA: and :Mrs Gene Ivey. Jr.. of with Ga. are her spending parents.the Mr.holidays and Mr. and :Mrs Gary Hamilton ,ner-theater Saturday night attwo :Mr and Mrs. Robert

I 1Q CdIII for Eugene.the Oregon.are also here :Mrs A.G. Loudon. of Atlanta are spending (' separate parties.. Godber and fu11I1dnd Patty'
holidays the holidays with his parents.Mr. Anderson of Orlando and Mrs:
Kay Turner and Bob John and :Mrs SV, Hamilton, Mrs. John Pare of Orlando Mae Kemp of Auburndalewere
:Miss Sue :Morris of Pompano the first of the week with
son of Jacksom'il1e'ick\' spent weekend !guests ol Mr.and .
Beach is spending thenolidavs 'Turner of LTFi Mr. and :Mrs her parents. Mr. and :Mrs :Mrs TL. CelseJI'. Joining

with :Mr. and :Mrs :Miss Jean Mundy and :Miss J.\I.: Edwards Sr.II's. 4
S G Denmark and family Brant Turner of Gainesvilleand Sharon Sofford of Tallahassee the family' on Sunday \\ere
:Mrs James Barron of :Mr. and :Mrs Paul Casey' and A
are spending the holidays at :\ Blanche Otto of Semi- Hammock
Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Dansby Starke day are with spending:Mrs. Christmas Janet the:Mundy'cottage at Kingsley nold is the Christmas guest of and daughter Ahmad of and Gull Par! Kasen-
and Lake. her sister :Mrs L.A. Cdnova
daughters of Lansing.. Turner. ford of Gainesville,
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II Secondary Roads (From page 1 U> .....................................; Rates P.
Utility LoueredF, em ge
Fences Up Over holidays------rpm, Page, 11>
secondary roads, Shaw said. viction - -- ---------
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a person or firm and punished by a fine not to '
It provides that upon conbe guilty of a misdemeanor may exceed $500 or by Imprison- due to'an Environmental Protection had ignored his appeals for hibited, the law is not strictly old bus barn will be purchased 'lature before it appropriates.
ment in the county jail not to Agency requirement funds to build the facility. enforced. for $141. capital outlay funds.
for monitoring of effluents. Money was raised a few In other action at the special
I exceed 60 days or by both fine, The fencing will be paid for
and imprisonment.The "If Gateway Utility years ago, but contention over with loan money borrowed for meeting last Wednesday, the Projects listed include
Company knew in March that the location of the pound has purchase of new school buses. board decided projects to be equipment and furnishings for
commission requested the hike was coming, I wonder held up actual construction, The new buses were not recommended to the state for new construction planned at
Shaw to add the provision for why they didn't mention it in White said.Lawrence. chased due to route changesand pur- use of state building funds BHS, BMS, Southside and
the temporary permits to be October so the budget could said he would about $48,000 of the six next year..The list is used to Starke Elementary, a covered
added to the ordinance and cover it," said mayor pro-tern agree to lease or sell some of percent loan money remainsto compile a statewide needs walkway connecting plannednew
1 Margie Cason, calling for' his property; for the facility, be spent. survey presented to the leglsDCH construction with existing }
b.rO tabled action the ordinance
on representatives of the company -' "if the neighbors don't ob buildings at BHS; chain link
until next month's regular to be present at the next ject." The board also approved Board. fencing at Starke and Lawtey t
meeting. The ordinance, whenit regular meeting to discuss the No action was taken on the purchase of portable heaters Elementary Schools;. expan-
is adopted,will apply only to increase.An request.In for the bus barn, which is cur- (From page I 1)) sion and renovation of shower
unincorporated. areas of the $11 973 cut in revenue other action, the council rently unheated, at a cost of from noon on Saturday until 7 and locker room facilities at
county.In sharing has been dealt the adopted a trailer ordinance about $300. Folding chairs for a.m. Monday morning. BHS gym; replace on-site
other business Clerk Gib city council also learned lastWednesday limiting the placement of use at several schools was "We have to pay the local sewage and disposal'system
Brown reported that the building from city clerk mobile homes outside a blockof approved at a cost of $1,200 doctor on call if the emergency at Lawtey Elementary; BHS
used for
in the Townof
voting Jackie Johns. Main Street throughouttown cafeteria BMS cafetorium
and fire extinguishers for the room doctors do not ; ;
Graham would no longer be Lake Butler received$85,073 and requiring mobile show up," Edmondson said. relighting of existing auditor-
available. The commission during the last fiscal year, but home owners to get written ium and reverse cycle heat
discussed the possibility of only $74,100 may be expected I' permission or consent form New RiverAssociation Nurse-Anesthetist Julia pump at BHS; multipurposeroom
using the new fire station that for this year, Mrs. Johns said."There's adjacent property owners. Davis has been ordered to built at Southside and
was recently built by tne report to active duty with the Starke Elementary Schools;
a possibility we The new una-
ruling passed
County Volunteer Fire United States Air Force
four reading rooms at South-
Department but did not take may not have revenue sharingat nimously and goes into effect where she received commis-
To Celebrate a side and Starke Elementary;
all after 1976 Mrs.
a. immediately.
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any action on that sion as a Captain Jan.
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proposal. Johns said,.,noting that the Council also discussed eliminating 11. media production area at
did not receive cut the New Year At Edmondson said that Southside, Starke and Lawtey
This is the wish send The commission l instructed county a 20-name petitionnow two ,
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Schools
your way: Elementary
Brown to prepare a resolution for this fiscal year. required in order to run nurse-anesthetists would be
May yours be Merry Holiday to the DOT to pursue signs and One item that will not be cut for city council. The request, First Baptist, StarkeThe i able to cover the hospital on
gates at the New River rail- from the city budget to make brought by Cason and Tho- their days off from a Gaines- First United
And we also extend a big "thank you" road crossing on SR-235, at a up for the loss is $3,000 allotedfor mas, would have city candi- New River Baptist ville hospital: mostly on Mondays Methodist Church
cost of $34,000.Upon an animal shelter. RD. dates qualify through the Association will celebrate the and Thursdays.
for your patronage. Lawrence appeared before same process as county officials old year's end and the New Starke, Florida
Don S. Lewis son-in-law of
,
the council at the monthly by five of Year in at the First Baptist
percent
paying
oaoaooa J )f0 rwc WDfEfJUCharles ( tion DOT receipt will of the resolu- meeting in hopes of getting a position's annual salary as Church, Starke. the Rev. and will Mrs.deliver George the L.
assist Bradford dog pound for animal control; a qualifying fee. December 31 at 9:30: p.m. Harper,
& Charlene County in obtaining a federal message at the 11 a.m. service
the
Lawrence, who promised to Attorney Maines was activities will begin with a
grant with the grant paying 90 "push it personally," to get an directed to study the city Billy Graham feature movie, this Sunday at the First
Home Owned & Operated United Methodist Church
percent of the ,
cost of the RR on
"Touch of
animal shelter
praised the ordinance governing city elections Brass. The film Is
731 N. Lake Behind Handyway signals tended and bv the other 10 percent city for its cooperation in the and recommend actionat designed to appeal to every the Student Church.Recognition Day at
the county. cause, adding that the county the next meeting. The next age group with a ring of Mr. Lewis is a graduate of
election is scheduled for June.PEACE authenticity about the events
.. the of Richmond.He .
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surrounding the life of
an has been the director of the
average working family. at Bedford
Other activities for the summer camp ,
... "ECQarQ Virginia, for the Virginia Bap-
evening will Include
singing tist Brotherhood for
'EL- groups, special emphasis" "We ( years., He is now attending seven
Hold These Truths, and com-
Southeastern Seminary at
mitment in the New
Np'r prayer as
Wake Forest, N.C. His wife,
Year starts. Sunday: Sunday School 9:45: Jane, teaches at Rocky
1 Rev. Ben Bryant, pastor of a.m.; Morning Worship 11 ,Mount, N.C. .
BEST First .Baptist Church,, will a.m.; Church Council 5 p.m.; The topic: for Mr. Lewis'
wiSUEsFORA bring a message of challengeto Church Training 6:15 p.m.; sermon is "A Basis for
begin the New Year with Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. Choosing." _
f l la faith and commitment to Wednesday: Watchnight The New Year's Eve Watch
Jesus
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CHUItCII ACTIVITIES LAWTEYby David Albert and Joshua, of HAMPTON AREA NEWS

Church of God : Sunday Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs .
School 10( a.m. Worship Services David Scott and daughter,
11 a.m. and 7 pm. Elizabeth Terry Marla, Martha and John By JoMphln FonUtm
Prayer Meeting gathered at the home of their
Tuesday 7:30
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pm YPE Friday, 7:30: pm.Kvrrgrcen morning at 10 o'clock. There Mr and Mrs O.J. Anders.Mr. Lake City, are the proud parents, Mr. and Mrs Milo Mr. and Mrs. Hank Lott's dent of the Hampton Elemen- pm. The hall was:decorated .
Kaptist: Sunday were 22 present including and Mrs. Bill Wolfe and pat ents of a son, Joseph Ryan Smith for their Christmas little son Eddie Is home afteran tary School PTA. by Susie Lott; Bobby. Sheppard (
. : 11 a.m. and 6:30: pm.. revealed the names of their by for a visit and were dinner Mrs. Lois Carter spent The Starke Business and with a visit from Santaat Helper visited Hampton Elementary and cookies were furnished by
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Prayer Partners for 1975, and guests of their mother Mrs. Thursday to Sunday with her Professional Women's Club his home since he could not School last Friday Mayor and Mrs. Bruno, the
received the names which Hester Hicks and brotherinlaw afternoon. Santa tells us that candy by Councilwoman
Mr. had their annual Christmas
son and daughter-in-law, get out to meet Santa at the
pmKaith Baptist: Radio each one will have for 1976. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Earl Denmark and party at the home of Mr and he enjoyed talking to all the Vaughan the oranges by Mr.
Program over WPXE Starke, Mrs. Roberts served a delicious Glen Shuford and family on family, of Jacksonville. While Mrs. Gene Pearson last The Wednesday afternoon children and making sure that and Mrs. Fontaine and Mr.
Ham. Sunday Bible School 10 luncheon their way to spend Christmaswith there she also visited her bro- Thursday night. They serveda Craft Class will not meet until he knew what they wanted for and Mrs. Schaub Cupcakesand
am: Worship Services 11 a.m. Ilighluml Baptist: Sunday their son and daughter- ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and covered dish dinner and the first Wednesday afternoonin Christmas.The coffee were provided and
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert served by the Hampton Senior
and 7:30: p m. Prayer Meeting Mrs. John Aguiar.Mr. exchanged gifts afterwards. January.One .
';. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Bible vices 11 am. and 7 p.m. Wolfe and son in Wilmington, and Mrs. Scott Davies Ray Wilson spent ten days Hampton Christmas Citizens Club. There were
Study. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7 Dela. and son of Pensacola, arrived recently in Nashville, Tenn of the prettiest sights Party was held Friday even- about 125 children and adults
Revival Services Fridayand pm. Mr and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Sunday to spend Christmas Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey at- I've seen around Hamptonwith ing at the Hampton Recrea- present. A !good,: time was had
Saturday nights, Jan.. 2-3, Northsidc Itaptistt! Sunday left Monday for a visit with week with their parents, Mr. tended a Senior Citizens the Christmas Spirit is tion Center (City Hall). Mrs. by all\, everyone wishing/ each
School Ser-
at 7:10:: p.m. Sunday a.m. at 11 vices 10 a.m. Worship and their son and daughter-in-law+ and Mrs. B.F. McCulley and Christmas Party at Hamptonfor !the home of Mr. and Mrs Joe Clark led the Christmas songs other a very merry Christ-
and 2 p.m. Preaching by Elder 11 a.m. 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs Wendell Kelly David. the children Hampton on Riddick, located on the east and Mrs. Shields accompanied mas.
John L. Cross of Covington, Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7 and family, of Lake Worth Mr and Mrs. Fred Moore Friday night, Dec. 19. side of US.301, just north of her on the piano Santa I would like to wish every,
Ga. There will also be special p.m. during the Christmas holidays and Mickey attended the 25th Mrs. Darlene Norman and SK-18 Mr. Riddick is presi- Claus arrived a little after 7 one a very Merry Christmas.
singing by the Cross Family Wedding Anniversary party sons; Mrs. Elsie Norman, of
and others. Picnic dinner at PKKSONAI.S Friends of Mrs H.C. Harley for their son-in-law and Law! ley, Mr and Mrs. Benny
noon. You are cordially In- Dick Thomas of Jacksonville regret that she is a patient in daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tho- Wainwright and family, Mr.
vited to attend. visited Mr. and Mrs. Leesburg Hospital since last mas Casey of Starke given by and Mrs. James Richardsonand BROOKER IN BRIEFBy I
Grace United Methodist 1 Carl Prevatt on Friday. Ano-. Sunday. Our prayers are with their daughter, Miss Cathy family, and their grand-
ther guest was their son, J.C. in mother Mrs. Lissie Starling, Jeannette Prescott
,
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship her.Mrs. Casey Sunday, Dec. 21,
Services 11 a.m. and 7 Prevatt Jr., of Gainesville, on Mae Wells, Mrs. their home of Jacksonville, were dinner
Choir Practice 7 Tuesday afternoon. Martha Dorko, and Mrs. Mrs. Larry Norman visited guests of her son-in-law and SCHOOL NEWS directed by Mrs Merle was enjoyed afterwards
United Methodist \Fellowship p m.8 Miss Elizabeth Terry Wayne Massey and Terri and Mrs. O.J. Phillips in Bradford daughter Mr. and Mrs. A.B. The students held their Starling at her home, held a around the Christmas tree in
p.m. Wednesday.There visited her nephew and niece, Virginia, of Lawtey attendedthe County Hospital last Friday. Wamwright, Sr., of Jackson annual Christmas on Christmas ride which in- the recreation building
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch and Christmas dinner program cluded a hay The choir, directed by
ville
Harley Monday ,
will be an Adminis- Friends of Mrs. Ruby New- on evening Thursday Dec. 18, at 7:30:
trative Board Meeting Sunday' Tuesday Jacksonville Beach Saturday at the home of Mrs. som, mother of Mrs. Carolyn Dec. 15. with a majority of the Mrs.. Glenda Andrews en- Tommy Outlaw visited
night, Dec 211. at the church at to Friday. Mattie Miley in Starke. Approximately Holmes of Starke, regret to 1..Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright p.m.students participating. tertained the Acteens at a the shut-ins and the elderly
7: o'clock. Mrs. O Nicula and Vickie 40 people at- learn that she is a surgical and Van and Kim of the last day of Christmas party at her homeon Monday night, singing carols
United Methodist Women spent Monday with her sister, tended. patient in Alachua General Eaton Park Mr. and Mrs school Friday this was The PTA Saturday, Dec. 13, and Mrs. Afterwards they enjoyed a
pro-
)had their Annual Christmas Mrs. Velma Jenkins, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley Hospital. Our prayers are J.E. Mciver and grandson, vided Christmas year. bags for all Kathryn Henry's Young hay ride.
Visited their nephew and with her. Her granddaughter Brad Rhoden of Ocala, Mrs. Peoples Class held their
IUm\S
(Pat ly at the home of the president students BAPTISTTde
Mrs. Pauline O'Toole of Los Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wil Sanders Denise Lisa Christmas party on December
,Mrs George Roberts, niece, Mrs. Joseph Starling, and Pat a Christmas
Sr of Starke, on Tuesday Angeles( Calif. spent Tuesdayto bur and son,of Middleburg on David visited her on Thurs- Cathy, Mr. and Mrs. Al Purs_ 4-11 CLUB NEWS 19. conducted Sunday.programwas Dcv.
? with her
Sunday parents church Christmas
Allen Brown of The
Sunday. and son, Eric pro- Hart
Club under direc- Mrs. Jean with
The 4-H 21. by
I I Mrs Mae Wells and Mrs. day.Mrs.. Celita Lee and Jacksonville and Mrs. T.L. tion of Mrs. Mary Jane Green gram was held Tuesday, Dec. carols sung by the differentage
Hermie Kelly attended the Michelee, of Jacksonville, Wainwright were Christmas had cookout and a hay ride. 23, at 7.30: p.m. in the church The Christmas
groups.
breakfast for retired Teachersat were dinner guests of Mr. and dinner guests of Mrs., Wilma After a singing carols all around recreation building. Carols story was presented on a llan-
the Holiday Inn in Starke Mrs. Gene Pearson on Sun- Wainwright on Sunday. Dec. Christ- were sung by the Young board.
enjoyed a nelgraph
last Thursday morning. day. Michelee their granddaughter 21.We are proud to report that town, they at the Community People and the Junior Choirs
Mr. and Mrs. M. Stephens of will stay over until Eric Purser was in the top ten mas party Dec 22. conducted by Mrs. Margaret PKIt.SONAI-S:
Center Monday,
Starke visited Mrs. O.J. Wednesday. when he took the entrance examinations on Dyal. Gifts were exchanged Mrs. Bobby Gnann and
Bradford around the Christmas tree.
in
Phillips County for college. Stacy and Mrs. Doris Snyder
Hospital.on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Manny Mar- Mr.; and Mrs. Harlow Wat- of Jacksonville, were. recent
Joe Harley spent the week tinez of Bisbee Arizona spent kins of Jacksonville were NEW RIVER CHURCH
of their Mr.
with his father, I-I.C.. Harley, the Christmas holidays with' Sunday dinner guests of Mrs The G.A. Girls, conductedby KKOOKKH: BAPTISTThe and!guests Mrs. Evan (Hodges.parents!: .
of Bushnell and they visitedhis their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and Mr and Mrs. Nancy Parrish and Brooker Baptist Church Mr and Mrs. Eyan HOdges
mother Mrs. H.C. Harley, Robt. Lee and John. Mrs. D.R. Brown and Cynthia. Mrs Carrie Ford, held a was held and Mrs. Vclieta Lovelace! and
Christmas
at the hospital in Leesburg. Mr. and Mrs Buford Hig- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt, slumber party on Friday, Dec. program
Dec. 21, at 7 Teena visited (their' mother
night.
12, at the home of Mrs Nancy Sunday
Ills wife Joan and children ginbotham of Maxville, Mr. of Tallahassee, arrived Sun- Outlaw con- Mrs. Mamie Hodges 'and J ,
Tommy
and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Harley and Mrs. Michael Waters and day to spent some time with Parrish p.m. Melba Rain:invArc1ron ; .'
ducted the choir featuring sister.
Also the same night, the .
went down Friday night daughters, of Middleburg, their parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Christmas music. Fellowshipwell Sunday. Dec. 14. ;
for the weekend. Mrs. Jimmy Higginbotham Arlie Dobbs. Training Union Class I
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogler and children Mr. and Mrs. Miss Irma Wilson of Valdosta -
,Say and daughters, of New Danny Waters and family, Ga., spent the Christ DER I
Smyrna Beach, spent Satur- Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Waters and mas holidays with her brother City Ignores Pressure'A
day with their parents, Mr. daughter, gathered at the and sister-in-law Col. and
and Mrs. Doc Mosley. home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson.
.. Mrs. Lois Carter and Mrs. Mrs. James Waters for a Jack Darley of Texas, spenta letter from the Depart- as any subsequent grantsare "They're just slapping our
V( Oscar Carter visited their Christmas get-together, Sun- few days with his brotherinlaw ment of Environmental Regu- dependent on approval of hands for not cooperating with
f'a. s aunt, Mrs. O.J. Phillips in day, Dec. 21. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. lations stating that the city the plan," said the letter the apartment builders.
,-.. Bradford County Hospital on Col. and Mrs. Wm Wilson Buster Bennett, and Nancy. may lose federal grants by signed by Chief of Wastewater Bananas on it," commented
Monday.Mr. attended a reception for John Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts refusing to provide utility service Management! and Grants Schaefer.
A sincere wish for and Mrs. Freddie Myers, of Starke, at Starke were guests of Mr. and Mrs. to DS&N Developers Howard L. Rhodes. The city has already
a Merry Peterson, of Vero Beach Country Club on Sunday. Glen Ray Alford and family received little response from The city may lose $12 received some$39.000 In grant
Christmas and thank you for visited their sisters, Mrs. Dar Mrs. Tom Tatum Jr and Sunday afternoon.The the city commission Tuesday. million in tederal grant monies for planning of the
lene Norman and sons, and children were Sunday dinner Law ley Community night, Dec. 16.Dismissing 'monies to upgrade the present project.
letting us serve yore Mr and Mrs. Carl Norman guests of her parents, Mr. and Vocational Center Prison the correspon- water and sewage system in /
GOODMAN'S STANDARD and sons, on their way to Mrs. Gene Pearson. Another Evangelical Choir held a dence as a non-legal document accordance with DER requirements Council tentatively agreedin
Tennessee last Saturday.Mr. guest was their son, John, of Christmas program for family stating mere possibilities, city calling for com- July to provide water and
SERVICE STATION and Mrs. Gene Pearson St. Petersburg, who spent several members residents;staff and attorney George Pierce pletion of the project by June sewage service to the site
attended the Alhambra dinner days with them during other guests on Saturday agreed as' Mayor-Commis 18. 1977. planned for the apartments onSlt.100.
E5BER D. GOODMAN Theatre with DuPont employees Christmas nigh Dec;,= 20. sioner .Charles .Schllefer en- CouacjU; .has alreadyretelabd"fetters''stAting but rescind I that
N 9 Tatyajempla; 1 Ave 964:7119 TTT'IjRental ,", Saturday night I Mrr': aridMs., Randv, .Blofi$ I!I d !I couraged the count it\to ignore, ,1 )te commitment, ,,.%;.' Nr'P .. I IL
Nathan .
;: ; Mr. and Mrs R.C Moore, of1 and ? Mr., and( Mrs.1*.1I' -- the threats. 1 I, possible jeopardy to federal l' 7Y' ryr' ".. I
i :10,000-mile networks;;of "The city's present positionof grants from the state DER
.. !"", I' roads some as wide as 24 feet, not providing service to this and the Department of Ad- Old Han; **
) knitted the ancient domain of project (la 40-unit apartment ministration Division of State the
: :: *'l + o + OF STARK the Incas in western South complex) may place the DER Planning. ='
America; notes the National functioning as the state "Until you receive legal m"\\ f: '
..;..... r,.-" or : Hwy 301 N. 96. .7600 Geographic Society's new designated agency, in the documents telling you that the : ( ..AjJl
: r/ ,..;> ---- book "The Incredible Incas position of being unable to grants have been cut off, I see I y
f 2 vi' ,.+E i ::"I.1bEI'tfuii Open 'S and Their Timeless Land." certify your 201 plan.' As you no reason to take any action," 1 v
.ii{;. SEASONS ----- are aware, present grants as Pierce said.



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OCALA The Bradford High basket and Milton Baker two With just over two minutes 18 markers in the opening at the charity line, hitting points. Wayne Berry chipped of which Coach Sexton was
Tornadoes easily defeated the to put them out in front 6-2. to play fn the game BHS, with half. Ross had 10 points for seven of eight shots, but got in with 10 points from inside most pleased last Thursday.He .
Creek Hawks to cap- They then coasted to a 19-9 its press working well, estab- BHS. man who became open would the key, but his teammateswere did not think his Tornadoes
Spruce ture consolation honors in the first stanza margin led by lished a 62-41 lead as both Chris Cantrell, a 6-7 center shoot the basketball.In not able to get him the played that well, otherwise.
Ocala Forest Booster Club Berry's 10 points and Baker's coaches then put the balanceof led the Hawk attack with 16 ball often. t'It '
Christmas Tournament three field goals and a charity their squads into the game. points.Dave Piccolo, a 6-2 for- the second half Bradford's BHS hit 23 of 68 shots from Score bv Quirlwt :
Bus 10 9 14 2053Forn.ndlm _
played at the Forest High toss. BHS also had a 66-44 lead nar- ward, was also in double Milton Baker, who led the field, slightly under 34 per 14 17 11560 ,
gymnasium on Saturday, Dec. The I Hawks pulled up to 21-17 rowed in the final minute as figures with 14 points.Fernandina the team with 23 points, along cent.
with the Tornadoes losing in the second chapter on fine the Hawks reserves using an with Wayne Aldredge who Alfred Ross led BUS In BHSt Baker 10 3 23, Wayne Berry 3 0.
20 scored 10 points, and Kenny with 10,Wllllt Berry 102. Ron 000, Bright
scored the final rebounding 11, Wayne
shooting by Dave Piccolo, but all-court press
60-53 on Thursday, Dec. 18, to 904, Hampton J 0., Aldredge 3 4 10.
the Fernandina Beach BITS got off six quick-points ina nine points of the contest to Game Hampton and Emmitt Bright Berry had 10, and Milton Total' 23 1 53.Pernandlna.
Pirates. space of 62 seconds by make the final score BHS 66, Using' a feathery touch with began to hit from outside with Baker and Willis Berry each t Anderson 15333, W.
Forest captured the cham- Wayne and Willis Berry and Spruce Creek 53. deadly accuracy, tall (6-9)( ) accuracy. Fernandina's lead had seven. The reboundingwas Gauthler 1 33. Roborti 941, Benlnmln
204, Hendorton 3612. TotalS" 23 14 60.
Ken Anderson whittled from 14 to the the
pionship by defeating Fernan- two free throws by Wayne to Score by Quarter skinny scored was seven part of BHS game
dina Beach 59.56 in a closely push the lead to 2717. The BHS 19 16 12 19-66 33 points and grabbed 17 ........ James Henderson scored 12points
fought contest after super cats Tornadoes then easily movedto Spruce Crttk 9 12 16 16-53 rebounds to lead a tall Fer ',j;.,':' 1 ..,.q.. 2 r_. the only other Pirates,
qualified for the finals by out- a 35-21 halftime margin. .HI I Aldrldaa 3.1 1 7, Hampton 1 2/, nandina five to a 60-53 win :'; :' besides Anderson,, in-double
scoring Spruce Creek 6054. Spruce Creek, a first year will le Berry 3 31,Baker 7. IB,Rest 5 0. over the Tornadoes in the pre- : figures. P
school, tried to make a gameof 10 Wayne Berry 7 610 Totals 26 14 66. liminaries of the Ocala Forest 1 ._.. The Pirates had two 6-5
BUS had its vaunted press it in the third quarter but Spruce Creak* BoKa 2. 6, Cantrell 64. holiday classic last Thursday ,'.,>f players to add to Anderson'slowering
16 Oitor I 24.Crawtord 102 Johnson
working to a "T" Saturday the Tornadoes, on baskets by 1 0 Marcum/ 1 102, Smith 2 1 1.5. Plccold night. "" heights. When An-
night. The Hawks had great Wayne Berry and Alfred Ross, 62 14. Tote16201353. Bradford sharpshooters hit derson lined up for a free
difficulty getting the ball past kept a 39.23 lead With less The win evened the Tor- from outside with accuracy in A throw, arms straight out from
mid-court and, as a result, the than two minutes in the nadoes at 3-3 so.far this season the second half, as they shoulders, his shoulders were
Tornadoes moved quickly to third quarter the Haws narrowed shaved down a 12 point Fer about a foot above the
the lead after trailing 20. BUS the BHS lead to 43-3S Baker and Wayne Berry nandina lead to seven pointsby shoulders of Bradford's
made numerous steals in the but baskets by Baker and were the leading scorers for the end of the game. Both Wayne Berry who is 64.
BItS end of the court, as the Freddie Aldridge quickly reestablished the Tornadoes in the consola- BHS and Fernandina had 23 Forest broke open a tie
Hawks brought the ball in and the Tornado domination tion game with 18 points each. field goals, but Fernandina game In the final period in the
drove for quick baskets. giving them a 47-37 lead Baker had nine points in each scored 14 points at the free championship game by outscoring .
Wayne Berry made the first going into the final period. half while Wayne had 16 of his throw line. BHS was accurate Fernandina Beach Milton Baker CIS). BUS
the sixth ranked AAA schoolIn sharpshooter who made all-
the state, 6-0 in the first six tournament team, sinks a
4v.t minutes of the final chapter. turn-around Jumper In the
r I Anderson, the 6-8 Fernan- game with Spruce Creek with
dina Beach center, scored five the Hawks Jim Polito (l0))
4r 4ryr field goals in the opening trying to come up to stop him.
I period and he could not seem '
M to miss but the Wildcats cleverly tlenderson with 13 and Vic
kept him from gettingthe Gauthier with 10 were the
r ball with a press to score other Pirates In'double
ant
I an upset in the finals, 5956. figures.
I Iy Andy Harshman with 18 The Tornadoe five does not
points and Ray Williams with play again until school
\ k 10 points sparked the "Super- reopens after the Christmas
j ( 4pL cats" to the
/ championship. holidays. .Next scheduled
Anderson with 20 points was game is Tuesday, Jan. 6, in
the high scorer In the game Starke against St. Augustine,
but in the second half he only if the refinishing of the BUS
.. got six points and that made gym floor is completed over
rP. '? ? 'eer 4.L' +' llo the big difference. James .the holidays as planned.

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Wayne Berry ((25) of BHS, who made the all-tournament
LHRI BLESSInGS team, takes a shot against Spruce Creek with the Hawks Four champions were Jasper-Hamilton County J3-11
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AS Steve Boka (40) and Anthony Gaiter poised for the rebound. crowned around the state of in an exciting playoff game

o emeeo Florida on Friday, Dec. 19, as played at Palmetto.
Anderson sunk 15 of 18 shots fewer chances. the long football season ended.In Greensboro, noted for
May the Blessings oj the Holy from the field, hitting 83 per Tornado tactics in the winning a number of state
Child lead to find Peace and Warm Wishes for cent of his shots. The tall second half were an aggres- class 4A HialeahMiamiLakes basketball championships/ ,
you a Pirate hit from outside and sive full court press, which defeated defending started football with the 1973
Contentment for Christmas and alivays. Cozy Christmas inside. His soft shots hit the forced Fernandina into costly champion Tallahassee Leon in season winning only one game
backboard with hardly any turnovers. But the taller the neutral city of Winter and this year travelled to St.
FROM \ Christmas From sound yet were not arched Pirates kept their poise, made Haven 3M4. Petersburg and defeated
THE FOLKS AT Merry very much, due to Anderson's their free throws after Tor- Ocala Forest was the only Shorecrest 28-0 for the Stale
height. nado fouls, and kept their champion to successfullydefend i Class A_grid title.
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: TIW\WILLEGAR MOTORS .all.nightlong the first period. Outscoring Atlantic 149. Quarterback'sTyrone r ,
."""Fernandlna's'TaH BHS 17-9 in the second period, Young tossed a 22ttf
wrapped themselves aroundthe Fernandina took a 14 point, 33- yard pass to wide receiver' I
key in a tight zone defense, 19, advantage in the dressingroom Thomas Jefferson for one
kept their hands high in the at the break.A touchdown and ran for the 1 1C4y
air, and sagged only slightlyto hustling BHS five fought other as the Wildcats came
whichever side the BHS back gamely in the second from behind to win the crown cagers took the ball. half. BHS tied the Pirates 14- again. "If at first you don't succeed,
The Tornadoes got their 14 in the third period but Palmetto won the AA fix the blame quick!
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BHS Wrestlers Win Fifth; Clark Effort Beats ForestHeavyweight


wrestler
Jimmy Clark of Bradford -107 pound class: Ricky -147 pound class: Lazenby the second period. Kurtz (F) with the score 80. Kenneth Cruger (B) with the
High quickly pinned opponent Norman (B) pinned Barry ((8)) pinned Lacy Girard (IF) -157 pound class: Perry (8)) -169 pound class: Garywith score 83.
Jack Moring of Ocala Forest Sindy (IF) with 12 seconds 14 seconds remaining t in won a decision over Mike Flitch (IF ) won a decision overUndeleatell -187 pound) class: Tim
in the final match of a dual- remaining in the second Woods (W) pinned Waisel 1r
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meet on Thursday, Dec. 17, to period.114 Mines (B) with 22 seconds
give the Tornadoes an excit- pound class: SlocumB remaining in the first period.
ing 31-29 win and their fifth ( ) pinned Fred DeArmondF -Heavyweight division:
straight wrestling win of the N Clark (B) pinned Jack MoringF
( ) with 18 seconds remaining 1
( ) with 54 seconds to in
season. JI go
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BUS finished t the first period.
fourth in the
-121 pound class Tom Mar-
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tourney on
vin (F) pinned Tommy Meng H
Saturday, Dec. 20 at Lake (B) with 34 seconds left in the behind win gave them a 5-0
Weir. first record as they go into the

Undefeated wrestlers period. Christmas holiday break. Kenny Hampton ((5)) tries to find a teammate to pass the
Martin Slocum, Capt. Erie -128 pound class: Ty John- + r ? Ocala Forest lost its sixth ball to in the game with Spruce Creek on Saturday, Dec. 20,
Biggs, Joe Lazenby, Willie son (IF) pinned Glenn CarterB t straight dual-meet of the sea at Ocala Forest.
Perry and Clark all won their ( ) with 28 seconds to go In son.The
fifth matches of the season to the second period. Tornado wrestlers Set On Gym Floor
spark BUS to the close vic- -134 pound class: Biggs ((8) participated in the Big Sun ,;
tory. won a decision over Jake' Christmas tournament at Renovations to the BITS I'Ioorwill be sanded resealed,
Summary of meet: Lewis (IF) with the score 95. Lake Weir with Erie Biggs gym floor will be completed in d new finish applied, and
-100 pound class: Wayne -140 pound class: Richard r and Joe Lazenby taking first time for the next home game, repainted.
Faison over Alan Montgomery (B),, Carl Ma mm (tEl) with the classes Biggs in the 134-pound the C.G. Gunter Flooring Co., Coach Mike Sexton feels
the score 6-0. score 254. y 1 division and Lazenby in the which was awarded the bid by (thai the ref inished floor, along
rr 147-pound class. the school board last Wednes- with 1'0111'repairs completedlast
I Martin Slocum, in the 114- summer, should give
Bradford High Wrestling Team class second and day.The
pound was
Front row (I-r) TommyMeng, Glenn Carter, Martin Slocum, Carl Ilamm, Ricky Norman badly-battered gym Bradford County a better
Allen Montgomery. Willie Perry, in the 157-pound floor underwent repairs Saturday chance of hosting this year's
cii Clark, Dennis Brown, division, took third. and refinishing should district i tournament. Sexton
Middle row Joyner, Joe Lazenby. Jimmy Henry
Alachua Santa Fe won the before school !laid he would apply to host
gre us Pete,Charles IIInFUwlgh! !! row coach, resumes
Mundorff,Jay Ma Ilewen. Calvin CrugerhKevin Tlllman ILeveruon, Sam meet with Gainesville High Jan. 6. Repairs have this year's t tournament as
Bennett, Scott Halston, assistant! coach., second Ocala Forest third, been estimated at 2100. The soon as repairs are complete.
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Y I Tigers Edge 61-59 By Father Lopez In Yule Tourney

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i.r. I NEW SMYRNA BEACH Father Lopez was defeated They increased the lead to with Hotshot Siler canning 10.
the Union County Tigers heldon 83-58: on the opening night of 30-17 at halftime behind the Score By Quarter
to defeat the Daytona the Christmas Tournament by shooting of Boyzie Perry and NSB 10 17 18 33-78
Beach Father Lopez 61-59 to Titusville Astronaut despite Ralph Williams. UHS 14 10 la 21-63
capture consolation honors on Mike O'Connell's 53 points.In Father Lopez narrowed the
UHS: Holmes 3 06. Perry 5 0 10, O
Saturday, Dec. 20, after they the consolation game the third quarter margin to 43-33 While 3 0 6,Jackson 70 14, Wllllami 30
were defeated by New Tigers moved out to a 14-10 after the Tigers built up a 17- 6, P.While 3 11,Filer 10 2. McGIII 32
Smyrna Beach 78.63 on Friday first quarter lead over the point lead midway throughthis 8 Total, 295 53.
Dec. 19, at the Christmas fourth ranked AA school in the quarter.A .
tournament here. state. Father Lopez, furious final period rally In the opening game againstthe 1

by the Green Wave fell shortas host New Smyrna Beach
& -- &---- & -- -- the
w' Q Q Q wy Q O'Connell got in foul Tigers lost three players
who fouled out of the contest in
trouble
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= KII0/ Off On All & 12 minutes early in the played entire only con- the final period and that is
test. The Tigers held on to when the host school pulled
We hope the Holiday Season finds you 5OU/O Tackle St9 become the first AA team in away for its eventual 15 point
Fishing
the state to beat Father Lopez. victory.
cheerful, filled with laughter and joy The Green Wave outscoredthe Boyzie Perry Ralph ,

throughout the coming year Sale Starts Dec. 26 Thru New Years EveSlim's : Tigers 28-18 on field goals Williams and Gerry White all
fouled out of the game in the
but UHS canned 25 foul shotsto
i i three for Father Lopez. final period as the host school We take great Joy at this
STARKE MOTOR PARTS Fish 'N' Stuff g Boyzie Perry led the Tigers won going away 7863.
ft} 473.4357 Keystone Hgts. jf with 20 points. Ralph Williams The Tigers opened up at 14- time to express our sincere
10 first quarter lead, but New
Ronnie Ratliff, Manager i j> had 19.
Smyrna came back to thanks to friends!
O'Connell was held to 12 grab a our many
Closed Christmas Day fill
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BHS Cagers Give Coach Mike Sexton 102nd VictoryBradford


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High basket. turned the squad into a win- game on their home court in South and losing 19. Tim Rebounding has been a Wayne McLeod the leading
bailers during the young 1975- ning combination with a 16-11 two years.In Murphy was high point man strong suit with such stalwarts scorer' with a 18.9 average.
76 season have given Coach record in 1965-66. Adkinson's 1971-72 BIiS had a 14-9 with an 11 point average.In as Sewell, White, Sheldon Other key players were Steve
Mike Sexton his 100th, 101st, BHS teams were 23-7 in 1966-67 winning record, it was 16-12 in 1971-72 the Tornadoes Hodge, Mark Graudons and Baker, Paul McLeod, Bobby
and 102nd victories since he and 16-9 in 196768. 7273. The past two seasons started a big comeback and Charles Blye.Graudons White and Emmitt Akridge.
assumed the role of head Coach Sexton, after one Tornado basketballers had with it BHS basketball for- This team won the district
coach in the 1968-69 season year of coaching the BHS jun- two of the best seasons of any tunes Improved to its greatest Williams, White, title defeating Fernandina
after Coach Warney Adkinson ior varsity basketballers but area cage teams. They were heights. and Hampton are currently Beach 51-44. Travelling to
23-4 in 1973-74 and 22-4 last playing for St. Johns River Niceville for the regional
resigned. with a sound Alabama college Another second place finish'In
This is Sexton's eighth sea- basketball career behind him, season, 197475. the Florida Star Conferencewith I 1 Junior College in Palatka Priorto on' tournament BHS won over
son at the helm of the Tornado took over as head basketball In the past 10 years the a 14.9 season record wasa basketball scholarships. Pensacola Tate 85-70( and then
five. In the seven seasons Sex coach for the 1968-69 season Bradford High basketball pro huge improvement over 1- that David McKnight lost a tough game to the host
ton has completed as head after Coach Adkinson re gram has also been turned 19. Bernard Williams and Abie played two years for the school 5754. ,f
basketball coach plus the signed. into a money maker. For the Williams with 15 points a Palatka school.basketball stars The next season, 19C6-B7, the
three seasons Coach Adkinsonwas Sexton's first team, past several years the BHS game and Willie Newsom with Several also Tornado five, under Adkinson,
at the helm prior to that, Inherited from Adkinson, hada gym has been filled to capa- 11 points per game were the during Sexton's football tenure and have increased its record to 237.
Bradford basketballers won 15-8 record. His next twoseason's city for Tornado home games. offensive leaders on this team. have played Leading players were Paul
the Tornado Only basketball and football gotten football ,grants. They McLeod, Bobby White and
154 games and lost 97. saw The next Season 1972-73 a 16- University -
since take it the chin 8-14 pay their own way at BHS. featured include Vernon Barber Larry Brown.
In the past 10 years, cagers on 12 log the District Kalachi:
1965 when Adkinson took over in 1969-70 and 1-19 in 197071. The other sports have to be Championship with a win a of Florida; They won the district cham-
a winning tradition has been In 1971-72 the Tornado bas- subsidized from money raised over Oviedo in the regionalbut Henry, Southern Mississippi Tech; pionship by defeating Orange
established under he and ketball team started a come- by basketball and football a loss to Ocala Forest in 1 h i Donnie Sewell, Georgia Florida, Park 67-34 and Jacksonville
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and Sheldon Hodge,
Coach Sexton. Adkinson did back with a 14-9 winning games. that tournament final' which Bolles 4235.
not have a losing season in the record. That winning spirit During the 1968-69 season prevented the Tornadoes from A&M.' Then they'defeated Lake
three he coached at BHS. Taking continues into the current sea- the Tornadoes compiled a 15-8 going on to the state tourna- The best defensive team the City in the regional tournament -
a team that had a 8-13 son. BHS basketballers until record and took second placein ment that year Tornadoes have had since 44-32 and lost a heart-
record in 1964-65, Adkinson this season had not lost aProclaiming the Florida Star Conference Abie Williams was the high' Willis Berry (11)) of BHS about to pass In from out-of- Sexton took over as coach was breaker in overtime to Crest-
Charles Blye was the point man with 13 points a bounds In the game with Spruce Creek. Ricky Hill ((20)) and last year's team which limited view 4337.
leading player with an 18 point game. St'veUoka ((40)) try to intercept(pass in for the I Hawks. opponents to 49 points per- Adkinson's third and final
average and 19 rebounds a "Curtis White, Sheldon game average. season at the helm also Included -
game. Four players on that Hodge, Vernon Barber, 1971-72 was the highest scoring the appointment of
team ended the year in double Donnie Sewell, Elva Hampton This qualified the 73-74 Tor- White was selected to the team with a 66-points a Sexton as the JV Coach.
figures. and Alvaughn Golden nadoes for the State Cham- three-A all tournament teamat game log. "This team lost a Sexton had a 9-8 record as
The next season, 1969-70 were the nucleus to the suc-, pionship Tournament and the state playoffs. lot of games by one point," JV Coach which had some
started a two-year decline in cess of this team," Sexton they took a 17 game winning Williams was the first BHS Sexton said. Two years ago games cancelled at the end of
the fortunes of the Tornado streak into the Jacksonville player to be selected to start the Tornadoes averaged 65 the season due to a statewide
cagers. "We had a lot of In- said.The nextyear, 1973-74, was Coliseum. They were knockedoff in. the North-South All-Star points a game. teachers strike.Adkinson's .
juries," Sexton recalls of the perhaps the finest team in the in a closely-fought contestby Basketball game played in "This year, 1975-76, Tornado final team had a
8-14 record, and third place in history of BHS basketball as West Palm Beach North- Gainesville in August 1974. potential is for a real fine ball- commendable 16-9 record.
the .conference. the team qualified for the shore 6156. The 1974-75 team continuedthe club with good overall speed Leading players were Paul
I t David McKnight was the state playoffs in Jacksonville.This Elva Hampton, Donnie Tornadoes' outstanding and quickness with several McLeod. Harold Chandler,
t high scorer on that team, team won the Florida .Sewell, Alvaughn Golden and record by compiling a 22-4 log. people capable of scoring. We and Larry Mercer.
averaging 17 points per game.In Star Conference Championship Curtis White were selected They again won the district have been able tb rebound This team was second in the
v 1970-71 the team took an by defeating Fernandina from this year to the Florida championship but were with everybody we've Florida Star Conference los
; even further decline winning Beach in the finals 67-58. Star Conference first game. defeated by Cocoa Beach in played," Sexton said. ing to Lake City 47-33: in the
e only one game over Palatka The Tornadoes then went on The 73-74 team had a 23-4 the first round of the regional Warney M. Adkinson finals
to win the district-five cham- record with White averaging tournament. current head of the BHS Math BHS lost in the first round of
pionship by defeating Palatka 14 points a game, Sewell and Donnie Sewell made the all- Department and Golf Coach, the district tournament to
Hff Central 82-46 and then wallop Golden 13 points apiece with state team for the second timein was brought to Starke to Bolles in a heartbreakinggame
ing a fine Green Cove Springs Abie Williams having 10 basketball. coach basketball starting with ( 54-53 with the state
team in the finals 7150. points per game. Sexton reflected that down the 1965-66 season to try to playoff delayed also due.to the
Then the Tornadoes played Sewell made first team all through the years that the turn the fortunes of the Tornado 1908! statewide teachers strike.
and won the Regional Cham- state with Golden and White Tornadoes have had a well- basketball program, thenin Adkinson also assisted with
JOil the pionship by whipping Bishop making honorable mention. balanced scoring team and the doldrums.In the coaching of the MILS loot-
q 1 I''e ins.Noegers .
cl'i !/ Moore 50-42 and Ocala Forestin Golden, White and Sewell, have not had to depend on one his first season BUS ball teams during the three
: merriest of holidaysto the finals 69-50. made the all-region team. person to score for BHS. logged a 16-11 record with years he coached basketball.
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John. Mrs. Linda Dianne Hedge. meeting will be at 8 .
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.. = 1 damage to my guns and DELLCHAPTER. OES begin with Church at 9:45.: At each first and second p.m. Friday. Church School, vices begin with Church
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Strawberry Queen 1975. Debra Jordan, led the floats with this piece of artistry made by the
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The Christmas season, with all its There is hardly a town, a city, or a
County Agents By ...To ride this float depicting( the Nativity Scene
significance, brings to mind a certain village/ that has not built a meeting place !

grave in a cemetery near London. It is where men of good will may gather to BobbyTaylor

marked: by a rectangular marble block study His teachings- each of these Notebook *TT. &

slightly higher than a man's head, and sanctuaries will hold services celebrat-

atop this pedestal is a sculptured like- ing the birth of Christ. .

ness of the shaggy father of interna- Thousands'of pilgrims will travel to We will now have a chance week. I hope you were one that time to the farmer also

tional Communism.Karl the Holy Land on Christmas Day to to see w hether cold weather is protected your prize ornamental because he must be thinking

His and what we have needed to helpus fruit tree or house about and acting on some very '
trace steps, men everywherewill
Marx was born in Germany, but with insect problems that plant, and had your other important management deci- w ;.
in 1848 when he be reminded that He showed them have plagued almost everyone plants and lawns in good condition sions. He should be looking at
moved to
England was
that their salvation in service throughout this Accord- cold.
lay to year. to take the his financial records to determine \ -
31, and died there in 1883. Down their God and their fellowman, and not ing to several thermometers t nether he should buy or ,

'through the years, many writers have in servitude to a dictator. in the area we had below Most! of our winter vege- sell livestock, feed, seed fertilizer -
wondered in print why the Communistshave freezing temperatures for tables, strawberries and forage equipment or other

never asked permission to move They will be admonished too, that the several hours two nights last crops can take somefreezing items before the end of 1975. \

Paul foresaw the eternal assaulton week.It temperatures He should also look at the suc- J
Apostle
the remains of their idol to Moscow for because they are already cool
entombment in Red Square. The grave free men. His words to the Galatiansstill will be several weeks or season plants. The crops I cess enterprises or failure of for his the production to-

stand as the lesson of Christmas for months, b'foreIe can tell for have seen" have shown no year
itself has been neglected for years, andis help make plans lor 1978.;
about the cold the
sure hurting
completely overgrown with weeds and this and every future yearof our Lord: appreciable damage.
insect population but we are
Good and record-
records
.thistles., 'I. "Stand i fast, therefore, in ,the, liberty .already seeing some damageto \ '' The Christmas season is kceping.are a ,.mu.sU foe! the) .. -;:.-......, .... I -
.n.Why ; wherewith Christ hath made us free '
that
: plants were1 not -
protected usually a happy holiday time farmer today for him to make
should this untended grave come and be not entangled with the yoke ofbondaKl' before the freeze. Damage lor most folks, and it should be the right decisions and stain First Baptist Children' Choir

has not been as badthough lor the farmer. But it should the ( business. Good
of larming
to mind at Christmas Simply because
...rode with a Christmas cake In the pill'adlhile other
late last
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as we thought also be an important and busy records will contain a lot of
the contrast.On youth passed out literature telling the glory of Jenim nii'lh.
And while all men free of bondage valuable information for (larm

stand silent on Christmas, as they have decision'and will also help
December 25, the entire Western been doing on this day for almost 2,000 FORESTRY= when income lax time rolls

World will stop whatever it is doing and years, cold winds will blow through the Terry Reedy around.
I homage to Him for whom the day is Farm Forester
pay thistles at that forlorn, untended gravein IN BRADFORD COUNTY' Speaking of income lax we
named. There will be prayers and hymnsof London. have just received a supply of

praise in every language man has the li)7) edition of the Farmers -
What. and
an appropriate joyous con-
devised to communicate His thoughts. Tax Guide. The guide is
trast! Christmas is almost here are a renewable resource that designed to help you prepare
again. can be grown in just a few your 11175\ "Federal income tax

years. returns. Examples; throughoutthe
!Most of you have already booklet show how tax lows
r Gi odNewsBadNe.ws done your shopping, have But if you still feel that having apply to (larming situations.
a Christmas tree is waste
wrapped the packages!!: and Samples of the records and fY
placed them under the ful, why don't you go to a nursery .
used
tax forms normally by
and buy a potted tree.
I' Christmas tree. But why bring
farmers illustrate how good
\ As the old year draws to a close, there cipating in a poll on political issues over a tree into your home duringthe ol Then yard you right can alter plant the it holiday in your records can help you prepare

is good news and bad news, as might be whelmingly favor more legalized gamb-- Christmas religious and holidays New Year's season and enjoy it for many an accurate tax return and

expected.The ling in Florida. The Florida Education Day? years to come Ked Cedar pay only the l'OI'I'I'l'llIIlIOunl' of

Association United reported that 72.2 Sand and Spruce Pine all tax.
good news; is that Senate Ways Well thereare stories Christmas trees
many make lovely There are some changes or
I and Means chairman Jack Gordon has per cent of some 1,000 teachers in the as to the origin of the that grow in this part of new developments that apply Brownies Greet Parade Watchers

given all State agencies.one month in survey said they favored extending tradition. Bradlord County Florida. to (armors lor the year l 73.:
gambling to increase state: revenue. The Home Economist Rebecca The guide covers most of themin
I which to recommend staff reductions organization is supporting a petition Jiebeig dug up one said to Watch lor news on the Divi- detail. You should be familiar -
: that. could mean a considerable savingsto have taken place in England:; sion of Forestry's Annual with the tiling ""t'qUlrl'nll'nls -
taxpayers of Floridatlwith little or any campaign to place a casino /gambling many centuries ago.!'!: It is Seedling Packet Sale to be that have changed\ this (DavL! ( W JW lDIlll Ji Um0
referendum the November 1976 General held 10.
effect on the efficiency of operating the on about a monk named Wilfred. on January year, and the important chiles
Election ballot. who was spreading und leadlines I lor l 1971i For
agencies concerned. Merry" Christmas to you all. \\ iIIlalll S. blow
Christianity to the Druids. example, form HMO-KS: for \it-runs Scrice t IIUil't'I'

With State employees now numberingsome Next to ministers, it seems that One day. while with some of 1975! : must be filed and
his he felled a large estimated must be
converts tax paid byJanuary
90,000 persons a 12.5 per cent teachers should be one professionalgroup of Attorney Wolbert
if'ou to
oak tree an object worship 15. 1\1711! < want
slash in personnel would eliminate more interested in upholding the moral in the Druid religion As it fell wait until April i U: 197C to file The Veterans Ad- ('xpl'II"ln'nnd the (fact! that the is

and that of values of rather than the small fir tree Will Heat 19 76.Dimes (Otheru is authorized to Veterans Administration
than 11,000 jobs course our country, en- to ground a your I 1975! : tax return. ministration authorized to lurnish all of
would be bad news for the ones affected. couraging open gambling in Florida as a was observed growing!'!: on the ise.\ ou \\ ill him1 to lile your lurnish any drugs or those items and services can
oak. Wilfred then spoke to his Campaign 1973! : lax return and pay'an medication that might be
But if the jobs cannot be justified in services means of financing schools and other who is be ol great financialassistance
converts, suggesting Ihat they tax due by March I I. I 197(>. needed by veteran\
rendered they should be eliminated governmental functions. One has only to to the sick-disabled
/ use the fir as the tree of the of eligible) to receive disabilitypension
without fear or favor. visit Las Vegas, Nevada to see the Christ Child, with its! evergreen the Attorney local law Jesse firm Wolbert of Shaw. Those! are just a few of the and is receiving either veterans.

demoralizing effect of casino gambling, leaves a symbol of'endless Kopelousos and Head has important aspects of your laxresponsibilities housebound or aid & attendance If you have any questions
the that
that I are covered
Gordon told the agencies state lotteries, and slot machines. Such life. ,been appointed campaign in the Farmers Tax Iwne!ils. regarding the above or any

committee has adopted a 12.5 per cent activities in undesirable director lor the 1976 March of Veterans Administration veteran matter. contact your i
inevitably bring Regardless of this story's Guide, Cull or come by our The Office',
slash in personnel costs as an initial gen- the Dimes for Bradford County. oil lor can also provide local Veteran Service
elements, including increased drug authenticity it brings/ out ice your copy. in the Courthouse.
eral policy approach to the 1976.77 state fact that the tree does add to such a veteran with any
traffic, that any teacher, interested in In accepting the appoint-
He added that State revenuesare the Christmas As a for I medical or sickroom suppliesor
spirit.
budget. ment Wolbert said. "Since the
the welfare of students, should want to CattlemenHold
not meeting initial estimates and ester and one who loves the days of polio when the Salk prosthetic appliances that Light AgendaFor
keep out of.the State. outdoors the Christmas tree may be required for his health
are not vaccine was discovered with
prospects for improvement and all trees plants and wildlife March! of Dimes funds, this Annual and care. The items which the Zoning

bright. Of the two alternatives to our present for that matter is a organization has worked hard Veterans Administration can

The Cabinet' last week approved a financial situation, we much prefer that symbol of beauty and tran- and diligently for better Assn. Banquet I furnish to eligible Veteransare to list. Meet Dec. 30
too
mind. It makesme numerous
to cut state $44.5 offered by Senator Gordoncutting quility to my health of all mankind. When LAkE. The
plan spending by think of the many natural BUTLER However the Veterans 'Ad-
million in the six months, remaining in unnecessary expenses to conform with wonders of our land. .centrated polio was conquered their efforts they in con the annual Br.adlord.l'nion ('attlemen's ministration can furnish any The regular meeting of the

the current fiscal year, a step made curtailed revenue, rather than resortingto field of birth defects. The goalof Association banquet item if the Veteran's doctor Itradlord County Zoning
But then shouldn't.Ie feel \ was held at the Community will prescribe it and justifythe Hoard/ will be held Tuesday.
in such of revenue gambling, the right of baby to be :
sources as
by a anticipated
necessary sag every
guilty about cutting these Center here on Thursday need. Any request for \Dec. :in. with onlIhlt'e. items!*
born Is
revenues. which would not be necessary if econ trees to use in our homes for exciting without, worthwhile handicaps endeavor an- Dec. 11. with a crowd of'140 'medical or sickroom supplies on the agenda.A .

The bad news is a dispatch from omy and efficiency were practice in our''' only a few days? Aren't' wewasfing Through research with people attending. should be sent to the Veterans hearing w ill .h..held on'the '
Shands Howard of LilkeHutll'r
Tallahassee stating that teachers parts' State government. trees that should be !March of Dimes funds babies Administration Clinic, servingthe application of H ,*rl Swanson
left to into mature was sworn-in as newpresident area in which the veteran
grow have a better life today, and lor a change ,In- zoning from
timber trees to provide lumber of-the organization resides.These same items are
work-1 the
doctors are constantly KA: to HA on properly on
-" and paper products that start in succeeding Vernon Reddish. available to any veteran if he Road for
king! to insure a healthy Laura Church pui'poses
Other officers in
sworn for
we use to sue a great extent? needs them a service-
life for future generations. I of operating a garage.
BRADFO include Hamilton
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sB
% Most Tommy connected disability.If .
Absolutely not com- of this
am glad to be a part
mercial Christmas tree farmsare effort."' vice-president, and Kay Norman a veteran Is rated 80 ,Also up lor a public I hearing
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mi : located on poor soil sites secretarytreasurer.Board percent or more because of a .will he the application of
igrttjiq of directors selected
where good timber crops Civic clubs in Starke. and service connected disability Charles Green lor" zoning
j assist in the Include from .
will at meeting
Bradford County (nt Morgan
i could not be raised. Michigan then he is eligible for medical change on properly
O o and Pennsylvania are two of this years March-of Dimes Bradford County Arne Hauger. treatment tat Veterans Ad- Koad from OK U> HA lo

NisTION BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER the states where most of the 'drive,effort. Smith.. Royce Joyner and Rex ministration expense for any permit operation of uu automotive
raised These farms b idy shop.
j Publishers trees are Union members'on condition. The Veterans _
TheJuniorWoman'sClubofSIarke County
also provide good homes for furnish '
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. under Act;* wildlife: Ranger Jim Kramer will be working for the the board of directors include Administration medicine may, sickroom ,A pl'litionl1t In- received
March! of Dimes in January, John Woodley.l\torrls Brown. drugs from Mrs Layre'e Uiincrft M
of the Division of Forestry. and
1879. medical
supplies
3. and
of March
3.50 iaix months conducting a road block and aMother's Jr., and Wilford Croft. permission to iulverlis reoning Ps
Subscription rate In trade area: $6 per year: formerly from Pennsylvania. prosthetic appliances that are
I Fred Muller of Bradford from KA: t 10
March. Linda SmithIs of two uvroH
*7 : $4.00 six months. told that deer frequent and amedicalacareAalre
Outside trade area: per year me are prescribed by
and Jimmy Brown of justified KO.K! iwsir
Starke, Fla. visitors to the Christmas tree public affairs chairman and County Hit Hi Mate Ul I
.964-630S : Union County were selected to extremely Lake.t .
farms there. ,And these trees Carolyn Autry is president. S.inl.1' h'c
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. George D. Wood Club Estates Developer Dies 1he. Od 1i/m.f.1l

Legal ls Legal* _::-.;;..1Jr"\olJ..

-- D. Wood of Mr. Wood had lived in southeastern tip of Bradford Jacksonville\ Presbyterian ': -.. ' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NOTICETO DEBTORS NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Jacksonville George original Jacksonville since 1917, and County to"'anolher Jackson- Church with burial In .- : ''I

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF AND CREDITORSAll REGISTER developer of Keystone Club was founder and former ville development company, Oaklawn Cemetery .AI>- stiw-

FLORIDA, IN AND FOR persons having claims or FICTITIOUS NAME Estates died Thursday, Dec. president of Southern Utilities but retained his farm home ----- -- ..
BRADFORD COUNTY demands against the Estate of Co., Universal Inc., and and several hundred acres Classified ad in the Hurst, : '.
Eva Rlpdon Gentry, late of Pursuant to Section 865.09 18 Independent Furniture Co. He around Indian Lake. Texas Mid-Cities News : n: /1

CIVIL ACTION Macon Bibb County Georgia, Florida Statutes, notice is .------------- was a member of the board of Funeral services were held "Let the men who know "One hospital refers to its
CASE No.75366In deceased must file same in the hereby given that the undersigned directors of American at 11 a.m. Monday at the South roofing goof your house." auto accident cases as its

Circuit Court ot Florida 8th' Ralph P. Bryan, P.O. National Bank of Jacksonville -----, lumper crop." '

re: The Marriage CHARLES Judicial Circuit in and for Brad- Box 154, Starke, Bradford LEGALSIN Beach Federal Savings L

A. DENT husband, and BERTIE ford County, within six calendar County, Florida 32091, doing & Loan Assn., and Jacksonville -
HELEN JONES DENT, Wife. months from the date of the first business under the firm name of THE CIRCUIT COURT OF*."' Utility Construction Co.

publication of this notice. "RALPH BRYAN REAL THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR Several years ago Mr. Wood NOTICEREGISTER

NOTICE OF SUIT- This 11th day of December, ESTATE", St. Road 230 E. CUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD sold approximately half of the

NO PROPERTYTo 1975 Starke, Bradford County, COUNTY FLORIDA. 1,000-acre() development in the
Florida 32091 Intends to register CASE NO. 75.273-CP 11.2345))
Vida Jean G. Basil, said fictitious name under the

:Bertie Helen Jones Dent Executrix provisions of aforesaid statute IN RE: The Estate of JOHN F. --iEGALS---

c/o Eugene Wyman, 12/184tchg 1/8 Ralph P. Bryan, sole owner. KERSEY Deceased. TO VOTE
Dated this 11th day of LEGAL NOTICESealed
Ault Rd., --------------
Signal Mountain, Tenn. December, A.D. 1975 at Starke, NOTICE CREDITORS t-
37377 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Florida. bids will be received in
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 12/11 4tchfl 1/1/76 All creditors of JOHN F the office of the Purchasing

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat FLORIDA, IN AND FOR -ossss mtt- essetoB---weBes siss>-. KERSEY, who died on August Agent, Union Correctional Registration Books Close For

an action for Dissolution of BRADFORD'COUNTYCIVIL 'NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 14, 1975 while a resident of Institution P.O. Box 221 ,

Marriage has been filed againstyou REGISTER Bradford County, Florida, are Raiford Florida 32083, up to and
Bertie Helen Jones Dent ACTION FICTITIOUS NAME notified that they are required to not later than 11:00: A.M,
and you are required to serve a CASE NO. 75-350 file any claims or demands that February 3, 1976 for the sale of Presidential Preference Primary

copy of your written defenses, if Pursuant to Section 865.09 they may have against his EstateIn approximately, 475 acres of pine
GUARANTY FEDERAL SAV- Florida Statutes notice is the Circuit Court for Bradford pulpwood and timber
any to it, on the plaintiff's attorney pine '
whose name and address INGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA-- hereby given that the undersigned County Florida in the Courthouse Detailed information and bid JANUARY 24 1976 5:00 P.M.

is Dudley P. Hardy, Esq., TION OF GAINESVILLE, a Robert E, Smith, & at Starke, Florida, within forms may be obtained from the :
Pierce & Hardy, P.A., P.O. corporation. Plaintiff.vs William T. Smith son, P.O. Box four calendar months from the Farm Manager, Mr John ,

Drawer 1030 Starke, Florida, .- 302, Lawtey, Bradford County date of the first publication of Howard (phone) ((904)) 431-1212
32091 and file the original with MARY D. BROWN, CECIL E. Florida 32058 doing business this Notice. Each claim or EXT. 340.

the clerk of the above styled LEACH, JR and LINDA D. under the firm name of "Smith's demand must be in writing and 12/242tchg 12/31 ELECTION OFFICE OPEN

court on or before January 13 LEACH, his wife, Defendant.. Heating, Air Conditioning!, filed in duplicate, and must state ----- -----

1976; otherwise a judgment may Service"Refrigeration P.O. Box and Electrical the place of residence and post- NOTICEA Saturday January 24 8:30: A.M. 5:00 P.M.
be entered against you for the NOTICEOF SUIT 302 Lawtey, office address of the claimantand :

relief demanded in the complaintor PROPERTYToCecil Bradford County, Florida 32058, be sworn to by the claimant, public hearing will be held at

petition. : E. Leach, Jr. and intends to register said fictitious his agent or his attorney, or it 2 p.m. Monday, Jan 5, 1976 in
WITNESS my hand and the Unda D. Leach, his wife name under the provisions of will become void according to the county commission meetingroom Phone 9745634Neva

seal of said Court on December Address Unknown aforesaid statute. law at the Bradford County
Dated this 11th day of DATED this 23rd of
day
15, 1975. courthouse to discuss the needs
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED December, A.D., 1975 at September, 1975. for a HUD bloc grant for fundsto Flynn
that an action to Mortgage Fore- Starke, Florida 12/11 4tp 1/1 1
Gilbert S. BrownAs upgrade the county roads. Supervisor of Elections
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closure on the following Mitta M. Kersey, Executrix of
Clerk of said Court At this time all interested
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs property in Bradford County, NOTICE OF the Estate of John F. Kersey persons will be heard. Bradford County
4112/11.1/22
Deputy Clerk Florida: Lot 8, Block 1, PINE- APPLICATIONFOR 12/24 2tchg 12/31 Itp 12/24
HAVEN SUBDIVISION as per
12/184t 118 TAX DEED
plat thereof recorded in Plat
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Book 2, Page 65, public recordsof NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
NOTICE UNDER
Bradford County Florida, has that W.C. POWELL the holderof
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice Is Hereby Given that been filed against you MARY D. the following certificates has
BROWN CECIL E. LEACH, JR. I
filed said certificates for a tax #
the
undersigned desiring to
and LINDA D LEACH, his wife, rA.nnrotseour.rsroestKAemlS
engage in business under the deed to be issued thereon. The
and you are required to serve a
certificate numbers and of
fictitious name of Town House defenses i if years
of written
copy your
Enterprises Apartments, a/k/a issuance, the description of the
any to it, on the plaintiff attorney
T.H.E. Apartments, a/k/a THE property and the names in I
whose name and address is u ai..
Apartments! at 922 Brownlee George H. Pierce, P.O. Box which it was assessed are as u. mxa f

Street in the City of Starke, 1030 Starke, Florida, and file follows:
Florida 32091 intends to registerthe the original with the clerk of the Certificate No. 119 1 N N. N

said name with the Clerk of above styled court on or before Year of Issuance 1971

the Circuit Court of Bradford January 10, 1976: otherwise a Description of Property: BEG AT
County Florida.. judgment may be entered NE COR OF NW/ OF NW'/4

against you for the relief SLY 750', W 1000' TO ELY R/W
MORTIMER. BATES.JR. demanded in the complaint or OF CO RD, NWLYON ELY R/W II ONPA o
JOHN W. BATES TO N LINE OF NW'A OF NW54, ,7 tO
GEORGE D. BATES. JR. petition.WITNESS my hand and the ELY 1280' MIL TO POB, EX Limited qu.ntltl.s-fist oom*, first s rv*>dt r O Ct

BILLY YON PEACOCK seal of said Court on November LOT 150' E&W BY 240'' N & S y( l'O pk

MORTIMER. BATES, 3rd 26, 1975. BEING 180' S OF NE COR OF f0
LEEWOOD B. WOODELL NW'/ OF NW'/4 & EX PAR > i',

RICHARD BATES GILBERTS. BROWN, CELS IN OR 75451, 452, 453 DOFF
LONNIE. MCMILLAN As Clerk of said Court SEC: 24, TWP 8.S, R-22. .
W. NORMAN MCMILLAN By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Name in which assessed:
12/184tchg 1/8 Deputy Clerk Joseph A. WelchAll

.-------------. 12/4 4tchg 12/25 of said property being in the ALL CHRISTMAS BULBS CARDS AND CANDLESr
1 .1.1s
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, -------------- County of Bradford, State of J.f J.

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Florida.Undesa"such. A. Indoor CTYi bulbs outdoor CWi bulbs& miniature bulbs. ; f1W It' o o
AND, FOR BRADFORb FLORIDA..IGHTH..JUDICIAL : certificate' t or B. Traditional, religions' and humorous holiday cads s ? gb
COUNTY, FLORIDAFile CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD 'certificates{ shall be redeemed C. Sculptured candles! holiday-bright colors. I II Ilsii uta,7jr4

FORD COUNTY. according to law the property
No. 2354 described In such certificate or A. E, C. 4 krr vA

Case No. 75-303.CP CASE NO. 75-322 certificates will be sold to the I .
highest bidder at the court ,.

IN RE: ESTATE OF NELLE IN RE: The Marriage of SAM house door on the 20th day of ',:get I 4

HAMRICK NOLLMAN OLIVER LINK, JR., Husband, January, 1976. ,
Deceased. and GRACIE LEE LINK, Wife. Dated this 17th day of s- y R ,it FAMOUS MAKE
December, 1975. LEISURE JACKETS AT MEN'S DRESS SUCKS

NOTICE OF PROBATE NOTICE OF ACTION OFF A DYNAMITE LOW PRICE! FROM THE ffl MAKER
STATE OF FLORIDA ToSAM: OLIVER LINK JR. GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk

COUNTY OF DUVALTo Last known address: By Beulah M. Moody 5.88 3.99
2332 Second Avenue South Clerk of Circuit Court of P NEN'SCARDIGAN SWEATERS

all persons interested in the Minneapolis, Minnesota Bradford County, Florida. 12/24 WAS ....'.,. NOW '.10 WAI......,. NOW 7 U Sensational selection of fabrics, Wanted styles, easy-care lab.WASJLIF. *
estate of said decedent: 55408 4tchg 1/15 ... MOW 5.60 WASl.lt... NOW T 95 including 100S polyester knits rics, fashion, colors A brand
You are hereby notified that a YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat -------------- Choice of full fashitirad cable front cardigan with 2pockets Boiler hurry in for your size. S, you know far quality! comfort
or links, rich golf cjgrdigon. with peorliud buttons M, L, XL. and good fit Sizes. 78 40.
Petition for Dissolution of
written instrument to a '
purporting NOTICEAN r Both ore 1005 acrylic. knit in sites S, M, L, XL.IIIJF.
be the last will and testament of Marriage has been filed against fA YI w.

said decedent has been admittedto you and you are required to ORDINANCE AMENDING
probdte said serve a of written WAS $AV WA{ SAVe WAS CCVI1f '
in court. copy your CHAPTER 19 SECTION 19-1, s t
s 1Let 2T% 1.47'
You are hereby commanded defenses if any to John H. Has OF THE CITY CODE OF THE I4X MINNow.v

within six calendar months from well, wifes attorney, whose CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA, TRAIKMSaON FLUID,QT, 0-1 ELECTRIC CLOCK SYLVAMA FLASHCUBES .,,.. :
the date of the first publicationof address is P.O. Drawer 0, DEALING WITH SPEED LIMIT With Dexroo for oil Irons- Eosy-to-reod dial On*- Blue Dot quality Three L :
this notice to appear in said Gainesville, Florida 32602, on or OF TRAINS. AND SETTING AN million Eagle quality yea G-E warranty. 3", cubes give 12 floshes, ,:I \1 /.

court and show cause, if any before January 6, 1976, and file EFFECTIVE DATE. __--;- '/ RON! w h
you can, why the action of said the original with the Clerk of this DISPOIAlLEIUTAIIE

court in admitting said will to Court either before service on TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: LIGHTER

probate should not stand wtfes attorney or immediately Notice if hereby given that on I.V' m

unrevoked. thereafter; otherwise default will January 13, 1976 at 7.00 o'clock t ss7AWV:
be entered against you for the P.M. in accordance with Section Ce -

Elf le S. Sanders relief demanded in the Petition. 166.041-131( fad( ) Florida Statutes r ,
Circuit WITNESS my hand and seal rsl.2ERansonquolty. ,
JudgeFor the City Commission of the Cityof
the Eighth Judicial of this Court this 25th day of Starke, Florida shall hold a rAS CCV fuel '

Circuit, In and For November, 1975. public hearing in regard to the e e Large, Ca'pacry.Adiuna WAS / 1 SAVI rAf 4 a sAVl WAS SAVI WAS .' SAVe
Bradford E{ 1,10 2.5.11- 2,66 2.01 :] 1.00 3lI _
Fla.
County proposed ordinance of which MURIATIC ACIO.IGAL, PRETZELS,10Z.PKGS. bio flam*for ci
By: Lila R. Yawn, GILBERT BROWN was read for the first time in full Quick, canonical pool Twists, slicks and rings. gaettespips, MSSES'SEATER SETS FAMOUS DENIM JEANS MEN'S POLO SHIRTS MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS BOYS' JEAN JACKETS
Clerk Clerk of the Circuit Court on the 16th day of December Ir.atnenI. Eagle labtl Fresh packed Getentros Mock twin sweater. 1005polyester. Sanfori 12 18 4tchg 118SCHOOL By: Beulah M. Moody A.D., 1975. and said proposed Subtle heath- denim Fly front, neat long sleeves, 100%aery, ette Perfect worm-ups, Western styled Cordu
Deputy Clerk w tones Sizes S.ML yoke backS- &38-44. lcmt.SasSMLXL., Neatly tailored. StoXL roystwdlsAmore.8.18.
ordinance shall be available and
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4tchhg may be inspected by the publicat
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BOARD OF NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the City Hall of the City of t Nri y& fit
BRADFORD COUNTY REGISTER Starke, Florida, and all interested 37
:
INVITATION TO BID FICTITIOUS NAME parties may appear and
be heard with the respect to tho
Pursuant to Section 865,09 bit IISSES'SILKY MUSES' LONG SLEEVE
The School Board of Florida Statutes notice is here proposed ordinance, and the T. LIVE .PRINT. SHIRTS POLYESTER PULLOVERS
Bradford County will receive that the undersigned final reading shall be held on ,-
by given WAS WAS Ay! wA3 '
13 1976. SAVe SAY
January 2/5.OO/
sedled proposals for the 318 N. Walnut 4 S A 2/7.OO/
purchase Vernie P. Odom, STr urn a% Ira Ls v
Dated this 16th of .
day :
of six (161 lots of real estatein Street, Starke, Bradford I WAS Ml EACH
the Lincoln City Section of County, Florida 32091, doing December, A.D., 1975. EASY BMOHT CLEANSER POPPING CORN,1 LB.Sunnyfield M-GAL GARBAGE UNlullprool a g. Choice of classic, shirts, Only I 2 styles i are shown. V-

Starke Florida, as a single unit, business under the firm name of With chlaln.bl.ach.14 yellow pop; plastic. Snap 1 :'t'j' tailored twith long sleeves d/RLY necks,eoltors, screen prints,
on January 12, 1976, at 5:30: "FLORILAND REALTY", 393 N. CITY COMMISSION OF THE os Cuts grease fast coin is flulhsr, fresher lack lid slays on ughMtxeo / 1iRLYs ,1t! Silky k m in beautiful nww.i mock turtle collars All ore

p.m., at the School Board Temple Ave.. Starke Bradford CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA colorful prints. S, M, L polyester in sues S, M, L.

Administrative Building, locatedat County, Florida 32091, intendsto By Merrill Edwards
Clerk of said Board
582 North Temple Avenue register said fictitious name
Starke Florida. under the provisions of aforesaid Itchg 12/24 33L1 32F
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A more complete descriptionand statute.

exact located and size of the Vernie P. Odom sole owner. INVITATION TO BID !, MEN'S GENUINE MEN'S IMPORT SHOE SALE!
six (6)( ) lots of property, may be Dated this 26th day of MY if 'e SUEDE CASUALS NEP J LATEST EUROPEAN LOOKS!

obtained at the Superintendents November. A.D. 1975. THE BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS -
Office, 582 North 12/4 4tchg\ 12/25 OF 4.64 8.88
WAS SAW WAS sere WAS SAVS .
Temple Avenue, Starke ------------- A
Florida BRADFORD COUNTY WILL MI m .Iff m U1' In', wAsj.tr WAS>>..
weekdays! from Bam. to 5 p m. RECEIVE SEALED BIDS UNTIL rubber soles.
Crepe Sliponor
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO .
Luxury quality leather values
,
The School Board of BATHROOM THUS.: ,.. PIXIE MXLONUT5,110L 1-PC.OLASMARSSrr
Bradford REGISTER 10'00 A.M. ON JANUARY 5. + oxford styling in new win to 535 a pawl! Continental
County reserves the right to OPENED IN THE Facial quality, tusu.375 acuum, packed for freshness. Avocado or amber 12oz. ? ter solids and two-tone, tan
976 TO BE styling lamps, boots,
reject any and all bids. All bids FICTITIOUS NAME COUNTY COMMISSIONERSROOM _pili shots. par roll Eosyopsn. Salted size. by Anchor Hackng.wsr \ brown Sizes 7 -12. loafers: Color.. Sizes, 7-12.

must be in the Superintendent
Pursuant to Section 865.09 IN THE COURTHOUSEFOR
Office not later than 5,30 ''to
p m INSURANCEON
LIABILITY
? Florida Statutes, notice is
January 12. 1976 at which time *
ALL MOVING VEHICLES. /
L
all bids will be opened and hereby given that the undersigned 50
publicly read aloud. Horace & Marion SPECIFICATIONS CAN BE OFF
Envelopes Williford, Rt. 2 Box 124B PICKED UP IN THE CLERKS TMrerur
contdintng bids shall be plainly ALL SUPER SROE CLiAIIAWAY
Bradford OFFICE IN THE COURTHOUSEIN !
marked on the outside "Sealed Sta.ke. County, CHILDREN'S' SHOES ALL WOMEN'S FLATS
BK| for School Board Property Florida 32091 doing bus STARKE BRADFORD tIN IN STOCK | IN STOCK
located In Lincoln City". iness under the firm name of COUNTY FLORIDA SPORT DRESS STYLESWASMtM SPORT.DRESS STYLESvAi.lJtS.lv
Any "H & M LOCK & KEY", Rt. 2 GILBERT. BROWN !
hills WAS
received after the specified .AI LAVI .., W'tW! .. S S .
time will Box 124B. Starke Bradford CLERK TO THE BOARD 520 IMf selection of ,
not !be considered U.1WiUI1'"% J.M % Big styles At this price you'llwontaclasetfull
County Florida 32091, intendsto 12/242tchg 12/31/ ""'1 WPt.rH. .MINE SHOES ,for both girls and boys You'll
FOR THE SCHOOL BOARD register said fictitious name COLOATETOOIMPAtn1 RBI MAVI CREAM BRVLCREEM The wet-look shln._ never m sizes 9-3. And you find) styles\ and colors
OF BRADFORD under the provisions of aforesaid ------------- 02. 11 oz. twit DllIUllltG..oz. polish. Loafers and oxfords. save half(! galore in sizes. 510.
COUNTY CLEAN YOUR (LIMIT >I ...*, MMM a Sly Pa.w1i' T.pfa.hron.tyling. 7-17.
FLORIDA BY: RICHARD H': statute. NEED TO
JO.KEL, SUPERINTENDENT Dated this 11th day of TYPEWRITER? Come by The
OF SCHOOLS December, A.D., 1975 at Office Shop and pick up some
17/11erhq; : | 12/25 .' Slarke Florida. liquid or sheet cleaner for your 312W Madison St.B47513 tUl.iK.ncsPage ; :
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Mrs.. Pearl: Edwards .. ... .. I-'N.Ie. I- ... ...'.... ..

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Mrs. Pearl Edwards of

following Starke died an extended Friday morning illness. .....e.. e .e .. .

She was a housewife and a --. .---- ..--.-..!.-.--! .er.. ........ ------ e.:. .......... ....
member of the Christian



Church.daughters Survivors: Mrs.include Hazel Hardy three MS SERVICE Floriland Realty Long Champ COWBOY BOOTSFor

and Mrs. Freda Judd, both of THE OFFICE SHOP PERSONAL r FOR SAlEJ'REDUCE BABIES-GIRLS-

Starke, and Mrs Merle Hern- Will be closed Thursday and Friday 393.. .Temple Ave. C e.rtion Home and

don of Valdosta, Ga.; one son,, this week in holiday com Fare ,.BOYSWOMENMENBELTS
James Burnham of Clearwater memoration. Business will POSITION DESIRED: Young Furn House on V4 acre Near REAL ESTATE BuildingMaterials

; one brother, Berl resume Monday morning, Dec. woman,38 will live in and care safe & fast with Good fishing area.
29. 468.1J16. tfchg. - v In sizes 18 to 58
Zipperer of Gainesville; one for elderly. GOBESE TABLETS & E-VAP erov" tniir LMjrtrrLiSTARKE
------...-- _-- ANDREWS 3 A on Bessent Road. Other lots
"Water Pills"
sister Mrs.
Bertha
Willis of WESTERN SHIRTS
Bradenton, 10 grandchildren arealtJ e 1,7. >467 M&5; ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: PHARMACY, 356 W. in City for Sale. -WE BUILD.
..... Two very, neat 2 BR frame OURS INDIAN MOCCASINSat
- "YOUR PLANS OR
and eight great-grand 114 Christian Street, Starke; Madison, Starke. 12/11 4tp' houses with ref. & stoves Both
House on 13th St. Jax. Fla. YOUR LOT OR OURS"LFREE
children. CLASSIFIED AD RATESDrsdline Fla. Thursdays and Sundays, 1/1 $14,000, CARRADINE'SLawtey
Services were held Sunday 8 p.m. Call 9644-5709, 964- ------------ - - .... ESTIMATES- ,
Dec. 21 from Jones MemorialChapel 5434 or 473-2108 9/25 14tp 3 BR, 1 Bath on Comer Lot. & Florida 782.3400
for Insertion FOR SALE: Bahia hay $1.50 at Mostly financed. 2 BR 1 bath frame with ref. REMODELING REPAIRS i
with Rev. George L. Tuesday Noon preceding 12/24 barn. Wild turkeys, ringneck stove $7,500 ADDITIONS 13tchg 2/12
Harper conducting. Burial Thursday before publication 7--------- jumbo bobwhite - - -
was In Crosby Lake Cemeterywith RELIABLE MAN will do house pheasants chickens, '. If you own property outside of 3 BR frame cent heat/air, HOMES BOUGHT
quail, Hulsey game
county ft; want to sell, See I 1'0.' SOLD TRADED
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral fenced cor lot $19,400
Minimum Charge S2.00 painting and odd jobs around stags and pullets J.M. Edwards ,
Home in charge of arrange (Covers 15 Words) the house at reasonable rates. 964-5379, Starke, Fla VERNIE P. ODOM - ACREAGE FOR SALE; QLECTROLUX.JSales )
ments. Each word 12/25 2 BR frame stove & ref.
over 15 9648151. 12/18 2tchg 12/4 4tp 12/25 Hog. Broker 964-6853
.
I 13,000 Terms.
10 cents ------------{ ---- --'------ Service Supplies
964-5476 964-7700 - S. Starke
301
Hwy TFJ
Mrs. Alma C. Edmarl All Classified Ads b TV REPAIRS & SERVICE: Also FOR SALE: Beautiful spinet 8.71 acres SR-100 $15,500 BOB MILNER 964-7604
) must
< used TV for sale $29.95 and
stored locally. - ,
console
paid for In advance unless 13lp'2/12
you furniture and 11/20
Used
ap-
Mrs. Alma C. Edmark, 56, have an established account up. and bathroom Reported like new. Respon- UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC. LAWTEY

of Hampton died Friday .with the Telegraph, in that pliances.fixtures.Plumbing Wood stoves; sible party can take on low Reg. Real Estate Broker 3 BR Alum siding, chain link 10 ACRES ,

evening, Dec.. 19. event 50 cents extra charge kerosene, gas and electric payment balance. Write 206 S.Water St. fence $9,500
Mrs. Edmark was born in for billing. Not responsible tot heaters. THE BARGAIN CENTER before we send truck. Joplin National AdvertisingPaul - 10 Minutes From BRASINGTONCadillacOldsmobile

Columbia County, Florida on errors when given over the 301 South tfchg. Piano, P.O. Box 103, Panama Faulkner Broker 2 BR frame $8,400'- terms

Nov.24,1919. She was a housewife phone or when copy Is not ------------ City, Fla. 32401. 1tp 12/25 Irene Faulkner-Assoc. Keystone Heights Sales & Service
and a member of the 'typed and brought to the of. ------------ 964-5065 Fine Selection Of Used
Baptist church. fice. AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: - $1,750 Per Acre Cars Taken On

Survivors include her hus Sales, service, installation, FOR SALE: Give a Live Christmas fenced reasonably 2'/i\' acre wooded lots terms Cadillac Trades

band, C.T. Edmark of Hamp stereos, phono, reel-reel, Present. Holstein Here- 320 acres terms., - '159 Per Mo. 2001 N.W. 13 378-5301

ton; one daughter, Mrs. tapes, cassetes radios. Work ford calves, $5 each. Richard priced 12 acres, fenced, well, pole & GAINESVILLEJimmy

Donna Kay Holdridge of guaranteed. 155-A West Call, son's Dairy SR-229, 2 miles 105' x 500', with 2 room cottageon septic tank $15,000 terms NO LOW LAND tf
964-7329. trchg. south of Sanderson, Fla.Itchg - -
Gainesville; three sons : HOUSES FOR SALEFOR Little Lake Santa Fe. WEST: CENTRALRKAITY
Donald Charles and Clarence ------------ 12/18 See us for Nobel Homes on your
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INC
Edmark, Jr., all of Hampton; ------------ 125') x 135' lot with 3 bedroom 1 Registered Broker Moore's

two sisters: Mrs.Mattie Cruseof FOR SALE: Yamaha Electronic bath central H & A, $29.000.00. lot.m' LAWTlf Fla, I-37S-2.MW.-Anytime: ) Sun Sports
SALE: 12 x 51, 2 BR mobile
1
Bell and Mrs. Dattie Cole-
home. t FOR RENT Organ. Excellent condition, 782-38O6 Evenings'all:.
man of New York; three brothers Washer/dryer, A/C $1000. Call 9645875. tfpd ., I- Art .'tray MORE BOAT FOR
$1,000 and payments or ( .IWW win rMr.
: Gary Ford of
Hampton, ---------- -- -t7:1-2IJ:1I: : YOUR MONEY TF
Ashley Ford of Lake City, and unfurnished & payments.964- FOR SALE: Camera, Petri 35mm PH 964-5791
6592. Avail. Jan. 5. 12/25 STARKE '
1tp
John Ford of Dunedin.
FOR RENT:: Furnished, 2 bed- single-lens reflex, with case. MUL TIPLELISTINGi
------------ OUTBOARD &
COMPLETE
Services were held Monday room duplex apt. on Kingsley Excellent condition, $125.. 0rr

afternoon Dec. 22, at Siloam FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 bath Lake, air condition private 964-5875. tfpd STERN DRIVE SERVICE

Methodist Church with Rev. CB with Cent. air' & heat on dock. Call 9645391. tfchg. ----- ------- AND REPAIR

J.D. Rouse conducting. Burial one acre with chain link fence. ------------ WE BUY, SELL & TRADE COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
4 BR,2 bath, acre. Will trade
was in the church cemeterywith Ph. 9641211 4tp 1/1 Jewelry, Gold, Silver, Guns & REPAIR
FOR RENT: 4 room furnished :37,000 equity for land or some-
DeWitt C Jones
Funeral
land of value ((NO
------------ or anything
Home In charge of arrange house. Crosby Lake Sub- Junk). United Wholesale, 473-\ thing else of equal value. Real Facts lrwll>tt atA CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
division. Desired people.
ments.' GLASS FISHING BOATS
Fla.i
3300, Keystone Hgts.,
PERSONALSERCEAVON Phone 964-7326, Buck 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500
12/18 2tchg 12/25 on Real

Francis J. KemptonFrancis I Murray._ 12/18_2tp_ 12/25- ___.___ ___ j!___.f $ I arYN FOR SALE: Plckett Tem
---W- .
,SEWING MACHINE SALES: Handyman special $7,500 EstateCecelia plates Lettering guides,

FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile Service & parts and makes General use templates
J. Kempton, 56, of homes outside limits. J.B. and commercial models..: .4 BR, 2 lots $10,500 By Electronic' Elipse and

SR-16 west of Starke, died Fri CALLING: To buy or sell White. Ph. 964-6114 tfchg United Wholesale, 473-3300, 2BR, 1 acre $7,500 Architectural. All for'sale
day, Dec. 19. Avon. Call 755-2807 or write .z.-------- Keystone Hgts. 12/18 2tchg at The Office Shop Phone
Mr. Kempton had lived in Loma Clyatt, P.O. Box 220 Subdivision Terwiilegar 964-6305.
FOR RENT: Gin's 12/25/ 2 BR lakefront $22,000Off
Starke for the past two years. Lake City, Florida. tfchg.
1/2 acre lots, $25.00 per --- - ---
He was an Army veteran of ------------ & Millions of people around the country are buying
month. Water Sewage SR-100-3 BR $22,000
WW II and Baptist. FOR SALE second homes. These can be a blessing to the weary
was a Coastal Bermuda
call
furnished For information December Specials
SEWING MACHINES repaired,
Survivors include his wife, aN makes cleaned, oiled and Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile hay. Call A.W. Gaylard, 3 BR, 2 acres $24.500 city dweller. Rural property brings with it a on special which
of the pioneer spirit
Dessie Purvis Kempton four Branford 9350263. pride of ownership-sort
; adjusted, $7. Work guaranteed Homes Sates Hwy. 100 W., 12/11 Champion-
daughters: Mrs. Marsha James Strickland, Starke. 964-5606 tfchg. 3tchg 12/25 Sooth gate, 3 BR $26,000 this nation was founded.A .
Mrs. country home be a reconditioned and refurbished
of Jacksonville
Rogers ------------ Fin
\ Road & ------- AC Autolight
Gail tit ley. of Starke, Miss corner Morgan Hwy. Lawtey. : BR brick $31,000Keystone farm house, or it can be an expensive new
,
of( _,16. ttchg .. ... ,FOR SALE: 4.29 acres, 2 bed -". ,', "JI dwelling'' ,' depending on {Your/WaitePllnd pocketbook. .
Rose Maria Kempton, t. G'SG9C
*"t i __:::--.___"-!<<:-.t. room house in country. Com of REGULAR p(
Also second home may be located on |lust an acre
Starke, and Miss Frances remodeled last 2 3 BR brick $44,000 a
Kempton of California; one HOUSES & TRAILERS pressurewashed [ Motorcycles'SUZUKI pletely in property, or on a small lakeside lot. A country home

brother, Henry Kempton of with chemicals.Wash years.paved Other road. improvements Ph. 9648436., Hampton 1 /, acres $9,200 does not have to be surrounded by hundreds of acres of Ea..

Cleveland Ohio; one sister, away dirt and mildew. Guar 12/4/ 12/25
Mrs. Simmion West of Cairo, anteed. Ph. 4732213 tfchg 4tp Lawtey 2.75 acres $9,500 land.We would be delighted to assist you in finding a RESISTER PLUGS
------------
Ga. and four grandchildren.. ------------ OF STARKE:: Your second home. We have listings which would probablybe .

Services, were held Tuesdayat authorized Suzuki Dealer. FOR SALE: Christmas trees, red Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,500 suitable. Telephone or come by today. 84
West BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call cedar and sandpines. Call EaPermanent .
at graveside in
*.* Evergreen p.m. Cemetery in Jacksonville sharpening service, circular, Street tfchg. Mrs. W.A. Stern 301 S. Ph. 2 canal lots $3,300 MERRY CHRISTMASI!
hand, carbide, chain, mower ------ -- --- 9645614. 1?/4 4tp 12/25
with Rev.. E.C. Harvey blade hollow ground and ------------ 4 canal lots, $7,800 Spring fed creek on 20 good acres fenced and cross Antifreeze

DeWitt officiating.C. Jones Funeral balanced. Leave at Jackson FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand 5 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe fenced Large, new barn Attractive, nearly new,

Home was in charge of Building Supply Starke or [ WANTED gun$55.22 hand guns $24.95, River $2,000/acre concrete block home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, central $425Gal..
Keystone Heights tfchg. 25 automatic from heat and air and lots of built-in -also carpeted. Cattle

;. arrangements. ..------------ $49.95. Dahmers guns Discount /. acre MH, terms $5,000 and farm equipment negotiable. Conveniently located. Winter AntifreezeStill

-- ---- 10 x 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes tfchg. You would be proud to own this onel/
homes. $180 7 acres in town $18,000
and mobile -----
/, Mushrooms were so highly WANTED:. Retired couple with ------------ S225
1 f esteemed by the ancient installed, MOBILE$140 uninstalled.HOME no pets needs unfurnished 2 FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts 10 acres, Theresa $12,500 Wanted: House in the country with some acreage. Gal.|

'y'! Egyptians that the delicacy GATOR BR house downstairs and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE ----- .
CO. Ph. 372 9767, apt. or with 3 BR, 2 B,
SERVICE furnished 1972 Dolphin MH Register Oil Co.
i was reserved for the pharaohand Give full details in reply to Box HOME SALES Hwy. 100 W. Lawtey 10 acres $11,000 Tastefully well
Gainesville. tfchg. BTU AC completely fenced,
his courtiers.Malnourishment. 397, Starke. 12/252tp 1/1 Starke 9645606. tfchg. central heat, 2300
------- outbuildings, washer, S. Thompson St.
----- landscaped, lot 101 x W. 2 metal 308
------ ------------ .
&; Peetsville 11 acres $10,000Giege
caused by MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also 10 x 20( PATIO COVER: Installed freezer, garden tiller all for S14.SOO. 4 T/CHQ Dec. 25WaTllPriilinq

calorie deficiencies and by too mobile home hurricane anchoring $1>Ti.00. uninstalled 14000. business with house on -----
little and other r FOR SALE j Thirty beautiful acres on Rd. IS which could be used asa
protein home roof
and mobile Gator Mobile Home Service. US-301 Lake is
to Hampton --------1
Access
estimated home site or developed.
nutrients afflicts an coating. din's MOBILE Home, :3729767. tfchg. ,
400.000.000 to 1500000.000 of St. Rd. |lust across the road.
964-5606 .. I
Service. -- ---------- 700 foot highway 301 frontage ----- I ]\
the world's poor, National 16W & Jct. 233, Starke, Fla. FOR SALE: By owner,3 BR 2B, OR SALE: Laborador Retriever US.301, 21 acres, terms excellent commercial propertyon .
Geographic says.Finish tfchg. brick home, double carport, puppies born Dec. 4, 1975. $35,000 Use your imagination 2" Thru 6" ,
down payment
Low
________.-v---_ partially carpeted, drapes. 3 Registered Pedigreed. $100 301 in the heart of Lawtey.

tare blocks from school. Ph. 473- Females, $125 males. Weanedat We have all other type owner financed. Fast Rotary ,
WOMAN: 30 years old will 2039 after 5 p.m and weekends weeks. 12/25 listed. Come in and -----
six to eight properties in ,
care of cancer patients or tfchg. 1/1 Office building 341 N. Temple Ave. Apartment I Drilling Equipment
Good references, 2tchg see us in rent for Income. Price low twenties.
r elderly. ------------ rear to live or
------------ State Licensed ,
experienced. Can start Jan. 5. FOR SALE: 12x64 A i rtcraft FRED SACK ETTREALTOR .

964577212/25 2tchg 1/1 mobile home, partially fur- FOR SALE: Cast iron wood 205 N.Temple(US-301)) Cecelia T. Terwiilegar, Reg. Real Estate Broker ,
r ------------ nished or unfurnished. healers 24 & 28 inch at Dah- 9049646522,4681642LOST Resident Phone 984-SUS \
I Pumps
Washer dryer air, concrete mers. Discount 10/2 14tchg 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke, Florida ,
steps $4,300). 964-8341 or Mr. 12/31
OFFICE PHONE 944-7774
RegistrationDates Milton 964.8673. tfchg. ,

(JlpeI 4 1 ------------ FOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a I New & Used ,

.rn. Given FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1 yr. old week, dozer work anddragline ,I AND FOUNq Sales- PartsService
3 BR, 2 bath, 24x70 PeachtreeTall work. Call 468-1873 ( ,

'CL.Q Oaks Mobile Home, like Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN! DavidsonMobile E-Z ;Terms .
ForSJRJCStudents new.1972 Buick Skylark 2 dr., SMITH LANDFilL. tfchg. 3 BR. 2 bath, CB, dwg. on extra Home ParkIn I ,

AC/H, Radio, Tape Player, -- ---------- LOST OR PICKED UP: Male large cor. lot in City w/swim-
this year in the best planning to attendSt. Good condition. AKC Dober- FOR SALE: Diamond needles'for black Lab. dog large dog with ming pool central heat & air City Limits I Plumbing : r*

way possible, by worship .Johns River Junior College man puppies limited Just In any stereo, over 247'" Ohio tags on chain choke conditioning_ .... $30 Per Mo.
ping with us Sunday. during the winter trimester time for Christmas. 1968 Che- different ones, we have thenall. collar. Please return him if you -

should complete registrationby velle good running gear, Dahmer's Discount. thought he didn't have a 176 Acres, Brooker area, some Walk To New I New Installation I

The natural response to the Friday, Jan. 2. C.L. Over. rough body. Chest-type ------------ home and picked him up. He planted pines.. Shopping Center
celebration of The Savior's turf,' Jr., Dean of Student freezer. 8,000 lb. safe with FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.98, does have a home and is - Remodeling ,
Birth is to "Come Let Us Affairs, encourages all students money chest. Washer and 9x12 Linoleum $888. Also. missed badly. He lives on Rt. 4 BR Frame House, Fireplace, City Gas Wat*' II Sewer

Adore Him" to register now In orderto dryer. Red drapes. Heavy- 12x12 and 12x15 In stock. 16 between State Prison andRe Central Heat & Air, 12 acres, On 301 South RepairsLDurnc ,

obtain a desirable course duty wire rack for Ford Hundreds to choose from at 233. If you have him or paved rd.
...
Let your JOY| and Thankfulness schedule. Registration will be Courier or Datsun. Panasonic Dahmers DIscount.. tfchg.... '" have seen. him please call 964- .. Jolu Motel I *\ :
with AM-FM -------- 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites,
31 Player --
be shown in the expretslon held on December 22, 23,24, Tape 6762. Reward. Itp 12/25
NW. of Starke- Terms. 964-8810
8:30 a.m. radio. Call 964-8111 for Information.
from
of faith and warnip. and January 2 : screerldoor. ------------
in the Registration 12/18 2tp 12/25 FOR SALE Storm -'- | PumpsSupply'\ II \
s to 3
p.m. white aluminum frame::. 3 BR Frame house 1 bath, 10
Student Services ------------
Center, sliding storm glass stationary, acres land on paved road. Several FOR SALE: Electric Pencil ,
Morning Bibl Study Building. Late registration REGISTER OIL COMPANY screen, practically new. 321 Ie' MISCELLANEOUSAVE I out buildings. sharpeners, 3 different styles in I Company j
ends
f:MS A.M. begins January 5 and Seigler and Perfection space B'8", $36. 200 E. AdkinsStreet. - stock handy I for home or '
January 13, with a $15- late fee heaters In stock now and ltpWATSON'S, in office. For sale at.The,Office 864 N, Temple Ave."!
3 BR, 2 Bath, CB dwelling
Morning Worship assessed. ready for immediate Install- Shop, .
- I
must all fees city. Starke
11A.M.CIIrlstian Students pay ation. Also a few used heatersin
their YOUR SOW or gilt bred NEED TO MAKE SOME
on the day they complete stock. See them at 308 S. Roberts Jr. TF"Olin's
Training class schedules. First-time Ph. 964-5888. HOUSEOFVACUUMS to Yorkshire boar, $15 or a pig George LABELS? Buy a Bymo Label 964-7061

4II P.M. students must submit a $10 Thompson-12/4 12/25 V from litter. Pick-up available 'REG REAL ESTATE BROKER maker from us at The Office,, "'-------.j.
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non-refundable applicationfee Many brands of new vacuum By appointment. 7823635. tf Shops -
----------- 984-7820
,, Evening Worship with their completed NOW" OPEN Mission Used machines available. 12/25 3tp 1/8 I
7130 P.M. form to the Officeof : Sonlight all makes. -
application Expert Repairs 1
Store at 341 N.
Variety
,r the Registrar. Parts and Accessories for all be Subdivision
NOTICE: There will not aNew '
need
If in
Temple Ive. are .
"Ttw Church with a Heart Registration for evening you vacuums. Built In central Years Eve Watch Night -
of clothing, etc. come see us.We'll AUTOMOBILESUSED
In the Heart of Starke" courses offered In Keystone vacuum cleaning systems 712 Service Evergreen Baptist
al
Heights will be held at Key. try and help you. 12/25 N. Main Gainesville :376-7110. Church. 12/25 2tchg 1/1
Ben P. Bryant stone Heights High School the 2tp 11SONLIGHT tf
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Pastor nights of January 5 and 13 Christian --r''OR '--------- 'ERSONALSeason's:
,from 6:30: to 8 MISSION SALE: Case pocket knives CMC V-*,
Term book store at 321 N. Temple Greetings to all our friends FOR SALE IMS
of Word for II
MI. the begin
Classes 5. Ave. now open with limited now at Dahmers Discount and customers\ SMITH'S long wheel base Standard. .....
. Monday, January tfchg. CONDITIONING 9M-872S. Up 12:4 f
Call
William George stock. Many sets of encyclopedias ',.HEATiNGAIR see '
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( REFRIGERATION AND ------------
Min.of Millie ----- on special sale- for' SALE.. ,
Some species of bottom- clearance Scofield Bible specials OR 1 acre homeaitae ELECTRICAL SERVICE, Bob $ 'Per Mo. Water,5.
Travis R.Klmbrll dwelling sea urchins are also many many sermon Crosby Lake Estate 2 ml. W. & all Smith, P.O. Box I :302, FOR SALE: 1966 VW Bug;new % Apr., Lot. For MM 25" ,Sewage Fwnlahed

of Education capable of boring holes In'' booklets distributed free of Starke on RD 1OX Owner i .Jfftay Fla. 7823663.' Itp ,tires 595., 782.3576.1tp. \ .
Min. *
L rocks, where they then spend to everyone 12/25 2tp 1/1 financed. 984-6488. tfchg. \ 1Z/2S.: ._ '12/25 <:.11.Mark Olin ''9e4.seoe' Hwy 10 & Morgan; Ht< '.tfDecember25,1975
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GIFT SUGGESTIONS
dtJ family centersODQOED

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l] (LOOEQ[! LADIES, COORDINATE SETS' WE HAVE THE FAD
U.S.301 S. SHOPPING CENTER Starke Fla. OF PASTEL DOUBLE KNIT ITEM of 1975

GIFTS SHE WILL LOVE SLEEVELESS TOP $588 MOOD RINGS $297
Robes Long Gowns SHORT SLEEVE TOP $688 MOOD EARRINGS s2s7Peignoir
MOOD NECKLACES S297
FLORAL SHORT SLEEVE TOP $1fl00
Sets Short Gowns
MOOD WATCHES S1776
SOLID or CHECK PANTS $1000
of Brushed Nylon or .Trl-Acetate MOOD BRACELET WATCHES $2476

COMPLETE SELECTION SCHICKLATHER SINGLE BARRELSHOTGUN
POINSETTIA 2/$1DD HQT

PLANTS $400 JEWELRY COSTUME s2$ :: MACHINE$1 0 76 ,2,20,4,00A.$3776a00

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LADIES FROM MEN'S AND LADIES MEN'S GLENFIELD

I DOUBLE KNIT $1 z88 TIMEX FROM VINYL or. RIFLE

PANTSUITS WATCHES $795 CORDUROYHOUSE $476, 22 CALIBER
$35 0 0 $37 T6
SHOES 4 POWER SCOPEZEBCO

LADIES WHITE CRAZY CURL GENERAL ELECTRIC

STYLINGWAND HAND ... .. ,, _
'r' 676 "i 4REEIr '--'
'SEATERS 3$ 976
'l 576 MIXER NO. 700 $77&

.. MIDLAND CASSETTE LOUD MOUTH
GRAND FATHER STYLE BLACK and DECKER
TAPE CHIME 8 TRACKTAPE

PLAYER $OQ76 CLOCK $1676 PLAYER $5276 DRILL NO.7004 $876GOLDEN

1" 1 "
T 8 TRACK 22,PIECES
DIGITAL NO.z ooi6 BABY ALIVE
CLOCK TAPE CARRIER SOCKETSET 76
DOLL $9
RADIO $2976 $1276 BOX $J76


HOLIDAY INN .. CHILTON ALUMINUM 23 CHANNEL SOLID STATE'
PROCTOR-SILEX
ACTIVITYTOY COOKWARESET CB RADIO
. JUICER $1 076
$1476MARX $1576 $11976

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: MINI DOUBLE ,KNITPANTS BANLONSOCKS 'Ka.;oOO
BLENDER
WHEEL $776'' $ ,QOO $1

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MANY ITEMS OF "
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Hotline.Your by Becky County Giebelg Extension.. bOFF f20FF I SALE FRIDAY STARTS f20FF OFF;; '


Home Economics Agent REGULAR PRICE REGULAR '
REGULAR PRICE PRICE .y REGULAR PRICE
QUESTION: I always have '
DEC. 26th CHRISTMAS
trouble in gathering. One CHRISTMASCARDS P PLUSHTOYS
thread f:
always seems to break.
Do you have any suggestions? THRUSATURDAY GIFT i '
(Mrs r.P) <'
DECORATIONSCHRISTMAS
ANSWER: Try using a zig-
zag stitch over a kite string. A wms.-ortm.nl of Chriitmudtcoretioni Entire Mock of beautiful WRAP
You'll have a hard time to ehooie from.Marked ChriMntM cards in Rellgtouind .
breaking that string! down 50%while ttnckt left.ft Traditional Diflgni. Chooe. tram atorana.. .of lovabte,
Th.entire election of Jumbo
San SO%while supply.leitf.JT DEC 7th cuddly nimBle.! I aeeortmvnf of.
QUESTION rolls 4 6 roll packs end flatI'I sips and__.'S- )yard off
: How do regular
treat windows in an old house you \ \ Gift Wr.p,ell merited down price whila supply......
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I 50% WHILE' SUPPLY LASTS
where windows are all sorts, w
sizes and heights? (Mrs.C.C.) Shop Early
ANSWER: The object is to
achieve a semblance of uni- Some Items /
formity, so using one
one pattern, or one cOlori .,, Limited Supply
treatment will help Windowsof
uneven heights can be 1 I Isr.
"leveled off" with valances.
The highest window sets the ;s.t. 1
pace. On low windows the ; After Christmas Clean Sweep
valance will be high above the I I I Ir
frame,but the fall of the curtain I
will conceal the trick. e
Narrow windows may be
made to look wider if
draperies are installed on
adjoining walls instead of on
the window frame. Keep cur- '
tains all of the same type. 1J

QUESTION: I've heard
candle wax t is explodable.
How can the wax be melted
safely? (Mrs. D.E.)
ANSWER: Always use a
double boiler in melting
candle wax or parafm, and
you will be safe from the wax TWIN
exploding.The [25OFF f20FFDOUBLE


-average----adult- has KODAK TELE.INSTAMATIC REGULAR PRICE REGULAR PRICE ELECTRIC ELECTRIC

enough iron in his body to ,
make a two-inch nail. CHRISTMASCANDIES

I DELAGAR BLANKET BLANKETS

ASSORTED
FLORIDATHEATRE' Reg. $1488 Sale
Reg. *24" BATH euortment S.I.ctfromal.rq.of Chrlrt- Reg. 1688 Sale

met end Holiday

Sale .ITEMS while cendiei.supply Save left 60%*. $138'8 $118aDURA

Starts Today $1899 (WHILE SUPPLY LASTS)

3 Days Only LIMIT ONE

ShowtimesThurs

Sat 1-3-5-7-9& Fri 5-7-9 FLAME F GALAXY FAN Reg"O" del PROCTOR GALA
3 e
Fri Sat Sun LOGS 77- OR$219 FORCED HEATERS $14 99 ELECTRIC! JUICER 10" PAPERS!: NAPKINS -'
the MYSTERIOUS Sale REG. 13 99 TWO : '01'--

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F MIt BUBBLE VAN WICK Model 17 ,PROCTOR "" MESS y
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LIQUID.IN PIASTIC BANK LIMIT ONE Sale' .MODEL T620 WO SLICE WITH AUTOMATIC. POP.UP DURABLE POf"LlN..f"ERMANENT PRESS
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;; pt 8' 3 HAM.SPEED BEACH MIXER G. 9: 7" UTILITY RUBBER MAT 182988c SWEATERS LADIES 9 51.

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LIMIT ONE NON SPLASH BEATERS BEATER EJECTOR ALL PURPOSE MAT FOR BATH.KITCHEN. ETC. CARDIGAN SWEATERS, MATERIALS i COLORS


LlSTERIHE Reg. INTERMAIIC REG. 6.99 $ CAR WISH WFHSHET: POLYESTER Reg:, $ 88

32 Oz. 'p4 99C ELEC. TIMER DI11 4" BRUSH REG. 1.49 "c BLANKETS '5" 4
24 HOUR CYCLE TURNS LIGHTS ON AND OFF PLASTIC BRISTLES.ALUMINUM HANDLE .



WILKINSON 5 CT. BLADES 3'c NORELCO OF EEMAKER99 23" SHOE PLASTIC BOXES 48c SHEER PANTYHOSE. 6" c.

DOUBLE EDGE STAINLESS STEEL LIMIT ONE B CUP.. DIIIP FILTER SAFETY GLASS CONTAINER SEE THRU BOXES WITH COLORED LIDS-REG. 89' TAN OA BEIGE.36o-REG.9B'
David Niven


:E: L 8e NORTHERN NDT: MATF :QUUARES:
BOTTLE STYLING W toEO 8" DOOR l: 344 t 7'7e. ,
w PROTECTIVE COATING ACTION LIMIT ONE MIST STYLING FOR WAVES.CURLS OR TENDRILS. .2302 DURABLE ASTROTURF FOR EXTERIOR USE. PATCHWORK DESIGN REG 99'


YICKS 1 c REMINGTON conON c MALLO 0.

FORMULA 44DLIMIT 99 SUPER BRUSH 20" WORK GLOVES 2 rout88 'COOKIES. 1. .
3 OZ.COUGH MIXTURE.DECONGESTANT FORMULA STYLER/DRYER-WATTS AEG 2399 MENSANDLADIESREG.8B'PAIR 18 OZ.WITH JELLY CENTER.REG. 139

f BUFFERIN HAMILTON BEACH Model 449 PERSONAL CHARACTER
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\ I SLOW COOKER z2go' 51199 METAL FIILEEy! 'PEG.I., 2100FTABLETSIMITONE KMEENIRSOCKS 1! ;; 77c',


ROSE MILK Reg. -1 T' LARGE PERSONAL PLANTERS '
1209 ,
301DRIVE SKIN CREAM Sale $ BROWN SPONGE 21 cMETAL!FILE 344 COCKTAIL !PEANUTS: 53'. '
i URGE HEAVY DUTY SPONGE REG 29' JUMBO SIZE WITH KEY'REG U9 BYY oz.Oll ROASTED R .B6'IIMIT TWO -

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L'OREAL ULTRA SURE IRITE COSTUME BLANCHED r c:

sat RICH CONDITIONER. 119 S'OT.OUT '169' 13. JEWELRY 2. i to. 137 PEANUTS 6.6
REG AND EXTRA CONDITIONING LIMIT ONE A SPOT REMOVER. THAT REALLY WORKSI ASSORTMENT TO CHOOSE FROM REO. 1 31 EACH FLAVOR HOUSE 1 OZ..REG.77'.lIMlf TWO .
Jan Michael Vincent ', .

SPONGES PEG. c STEEL .e TIMEX PRICED FOR IVIIY 10DAI'CO REG. .1.7.1

PAl'OF 12 49 33 SHELVING. ,11.99 REG. 9 WIICHES oclmool SLIDE FILM'. .u.....:?;16'L,t ':.
ASSOATEO:OLOAS ALL PURPOSE SPONGES 4 SHELF EASY TO ASSEMBLE SHELVING MEN 9ANO LADIES ASSORTED STYLES KRI1020.KRI2S-20.KRI3S40.KMI35.20: : :

;, EN1AS-SO.SUDS FILM, ,REa2.78: 2.2.

10 QUART 44 FLUORESCENT 00 POLAROID T 11 UlA4M MOVIE FILM! .; JI' '23 '
'REG
PLUS' METAL BUCKET 1.89' 'LIGHT FIXTURE .:9' COLOR PACK FILM 33.. E1A464 MOVIE FILM RIO HLBPEED :
GALVANIZED METAL-NON RUST EASY TO HANG ANYWNEREI I B CHESLO EIGHT 'A,3N INCH PLAINTS. ;- .;
THE

STEPFORDWIVES SPACE SAVER 101173' IN. Ra $ ,KEYSTONE SOUTH'lEND':750' :

2. II 5" : 'Reg'-12M- $999 '1'0' ,
AA CABINET REG. 3.49' ''HIBACHI ,GRILL ? X'15' Sale SPINNING REEL .
I'IC11IInIllllIllIITt"1IIIIIIL' PERFECT FOR BATHROOM WITH SLIOINCI DOOR LIFE TIME CAST IRON WITH WOODEN HANOLI 11.9.
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a, '.5 GALLON GEN.:ELECTRIC POLAROID SX-70 TENNIS : $ ;
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It's The. Little Things That Count, Williams Tells Correction, Officers I

,, ..
In a COnCCC :-UVI" IV ave -
prison correction officers Lt. Gov Jim Williams was long time Dtuore there is an'abundance snip does work." Williams and operations emphasizing technicians and nurses.
understand the peculiar and on hand Friday to speak to the of energy. Energy said referring to a conceptthe development of professionalskills In introducing Lt. Gov.
special problems of inmates, 39 employees graduating.Louie is lied to the economy and the trainees are taught/: In the and modern concepts Williams Director Wainwright -
the state's corrections systemis 5 h I ''K1I Lee Wainwright, direc- economy is tied to crime, 160 hours of intensive training needed by correctional per noted that all governors
systematically giving/( each tor of the state's new Department Williams said.Speaking "It's not the big things in life sonnel. have taken an interest in
officer 160-hours of intensive of Offender 1 Rehabilitation personally to the that make or break a Most students live in an the corrections system but
training.On ,was also on hand to intro graduates, Williams cited marriage It's the hundreds of institute dormitory during the mine has injected himself personally
Dec. I 19 the Correc- duce Gov. Williams and lo what he called a "consciousdecision" little things you do lor your course. The course is approved into the operation of
tional Training Institute, as take part in the ceremonies.It by he and his wife to wife that make a,, lasting by Lake City Community the system has Gov, RcubinAskew. ?
is difficult become active in the "
to
contemplale again
the training school is marriage. College for nine .
special )
graduated its l.oooth that from January to January church. By such a conscious The training institule semester hours of credit It
called last year the number of Inmates elfort a corrections officer can leaches classes averaging/, 41)) teaches mainly correctional, One of the calamities you cm do
student the 25th class
commencement -
in in the state's prison become attuned to the seemingly students per four-week. 1 HiO-( ) lifers, but graduates also something aboyt tornado,
at Union Correc-
system increased from 12WO insignificant problemsof hour include hurricane,earthquakes. forest fire.
\ course. Topics include academic and
vocational -
.
Classes .
Institution. lit
tional __ to 16,000) Gov. Williams noted. an inmate Williamn said. human relations and simple be extra careful' with
I teachers classification
buck in August 1973: for I fire of kind!
begun
!any !.
staff members who deal with : ,- "When you look at that "The one-on-one relation- dl'pdl'lment.adminlslral. ion specialists medical I
statistic, you begin to understand -

inmates.There are some -4,500( employees some of the problems" ,..... V-.._4__-..-....-.. I II
'1fitt we have in the system, Gov.
so some 25 percent Williams said.Contribulors. .i+Nl + n t 4r
have received (the training. .,
to the current jVrr4.
The I.oouth() employee was
high instance of crime. _
r4.e r4. k
George Clayton, a corrections Williams said, are: 1)) (the ,
officer from Desoto Correctional (1'i/ tight economy 2)) the number
Institution with the ,r ol law and order candidates
,. division 10 months. ts l elected in the ptlst few years,
PIteii 3)) a public afraid of releasing
inmates into its midst 4)) /
only judges and a judicial system
4.. r+. which do not ,
l
"It's not just a corrections
system problem," Williams I
l nol( "We nowhave the permis-
,' 1 "'nyls
sive generation coming of i b -
age/: Williams continued
listing a fifth contributingfactor.
"The schools said.'Don't .
l.t (i ll\'. .11 in Williams left presents diploma to a corrections
officer in ceremonies Friday. Williams told the officers discipline,'they ought lobe by Jim Lawson
free in
it's( the hundreds of little things they van do for Inmates spirits. Now a
which niiike a lasting relationship.! tough economy they" might SHEER BEAUTYIN
rail settle for less. COLORADO
People have been accustomed p Colorado Is a State ol
to a better way of sheer mountain beauty
DeWittCJonesFuneral life now they don't want to How many mountains
settle for less under the present a would you think exist in
0l tight money conditions Colorado? More thai you
", Home Williams said. Inmate training assistant Tommy Davis filmed the graduation of the l.ixioih trainee on would ever guess. There
,\, "It's not shocking to me that closed circuit television. The training touches corrections officer! tlilillll'lIlo inmates who been are 1,500 peaks which are
a man with a family who is use of the nature of prison have special problems thai persons outside of prison might nut more than 10,000 feet in
STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL unemployed and out of benefits MI-H I think ulmiil. Corrections officers;ire being)( lit light;: not lit brush 01 f inmates who. ap n'imch height. That's not counting
I turns totrime rather than Ihrni with problems no mutter how"'lIlalllll'llIiftlliilc'Ollllh., 111'"bll'lIIlIIl/hl/ see al. the small peaks! Wow, you
s ; HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS to give" up the way of life he Iiimall's lend lo blew small worries. into bill J ones.' la\is si>". Just talking/ lo an ollicer otlen rertainly wouldn't want to
..i', e'' fk CRUTCHES has. lii-lis.| .; iI'i| one \\ill listen. try to climb all those
Ii' he reads the economy correctly mountains
ic..Cioy KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE Williams said and The highest peak in Colorado
4733176I reads;; the current lack of ;Death Row Visited By Lt. Governor is Mt. Elbert which is14,43t
to All -_ energy correvlly, "Il will be ai feet high. In fact,
=---- .... petition there are 51 mountains in
Death
A I Irom Row
I -:; Lt. (:ov. Jim Williams \isits the prison when\ in I the Colorado ,which are more
May your holidays I Death How sectionof inmates recently complained irca. lie did nol interview any
visited the than 14 000 feet high.
bring you health IIl ::bicL pe.nini Florida State Prison on ol cold time.food Williams and a lack said of some exercise nl the inmates on I Death How' (There are only' 8S moon
while at KSIVCommittee
Dec. 19 while at Hai- lams in the United States
,and happiness i :I BUILDING CONTRACTOR lord to address the 25th com improvement in the silu.ltionl1Iilhl study of I the which exceed 14,000 teeS in
be. forthcoming lie-said
\
mencement exercises of the situation has Ix-cn dc'I..I'c'l.lhUIlI height.) If you are looking
KlipNKurtB.auty .dale C.Ii4962185'/./ prison system's Correctional a. committee studying\ thesituation a I week because of '(lie for mountains, Colorado is
CUSTOM, Training( Institute which was lor Department of lumber\ strike which l>egan the place to go.
(Ollendcr)( Rehabilitation I Dee I I. Williams said, lie said
ShopLoratne I graduating its l.oooth trainee. If you are looking tor
Secretary Louie I. Wainwright -
BUILT the committee
delayed beginning good service, visit us. Our
/ Sandra COMMERCIAL The lieutenant governor would soon recommend the study until the inmates number one obiective is to
Diane & Jackie HOMES CONSTRUCTION arrived early, prior to his 11el.m. some changes in the concluded 1 the hungerprulst \ provide the best possible
treatment of I he til Dc.itI Bow
address to the training so as not to give I Die service for all our custo
153 W. Call St. COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLER institute, and visited the food I imiMles.Williams, did nol outline any impression that., inmate pro mers. Come in today. Our
service and testsould .
operation exercise bl'inlII'liun.\ courteous personnel will be
964.6101 -- e: '-- area of the I Death Row specilics of tlu> recommendations The committee, headed( l h\' happy to assist you.
I which will 1)(' made,
section at KSP. J.J. C'l.irk. a ('uIIMlltanlllll'l the
- - - - - - \\illimn said ho normally
.division is scheduled to relerUs ,
I I findings I to Waiimriglit ) \
r. \ci\ soon. The' study. includes frfrfclifl'bI '
i iJ loud, (.emce. exercise lime, r
I :. canteen/ privileges\ ., and packagcs I '
We Often Don't See Our ;-J I .- ..8 }f i received by inmates. STAUKt. HOBIUA ?ii

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