Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 25, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Infuriated by charges

against hospital

administrator Dick

,,, J ) Edmondson the Bradford

County Hospital Board of

trustees rose to his

defense Thursday night at

their monthly meeting."He .
has done a damn
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Sheriffs Deputy Don A. Denlon inventories assorted drugs' including Denton !.a>! concerned citizens acting as Informant, are" the" department's" good job," said chairmanBill

marijuana, heroin hash, speed nut I.M along with a collection of drug( weaponinsloppingdruglrafficUrugsandparaplrnalladisplayedon/ Dodd. He was backedup ,

paraphernalia Just prior to court" ordered destruction! here, lust' .Friday l..hll'lIre'only a portion of the total contraband destroyed last Friday by other board mem-

!bers. The charges 'That allis

not well between the

Confiscated Dope Is Destroyed doctors Board leveled of by Directors staff Joe Kerrigan and," were the

president of the Bradford

County Senior Citizens, Inc in
letter sent to Governor
Sheriff Diriph Reddish. left and ('..unl Alt(.incDmllc)' 1
Keubin Askew and released to
Hard) discuss! rounthiring practices with l ,S. Itou.. Dim '
! the Telegraph October 14.

In Sheriff's Department BonfireSome hospital Kerrigan board alleged of directors the Fuqua| during). ?,II\the. 17.loriilu irprrsentatixe's visit i here. ListUrdiusda 'I

..JLioo proscrastinate in making y
considered illegal unless don't go into the school decisions in hospital policy,
$10.000 worth ofmarijuana
went up I in smoke with drugs, Denton notes. tell children if they smoke neglect of patients -especiallythe Bra f oral Hiring;
cigarette elderly kept an
near here last Friday almost Water pipes marijuana
as .its growers( had originally explained are necessary going to die," Denton anesthetist waiting five
intended 1LLJ cool the harsh hot but he adds he does tell months or more before a

But nobody got "high." I smoke while hash pipes Bradford County's three contract was signed and dis

. fitted with small pieces related deaths two satisfaction among hospital Practices Probed{
The 40 pounds of "grass"was screen mesh to prevent \ and an automobile employees grievances l

a portion of the Bradford concentrated ... during the sessions, constantly postponed.
County Sheriff's destruction of Kerrigan told Askew he had
which is smoked in
J_I ;,*/ the largest shipments
and paraphernelia Themarijuana 'contacted ex governor
;'drugs along with small ..wJ\UIIOts..Ww the stem.Marijuana.! being rut MtdMKUn Florida- alattey-Johr1S.''A!"the'boaud; Federal' I A is ,
up .niade Bradford BY t
quantities of hard drugs like in County meeting trustee Charney en

r I LSD, and heroin, and an seeds,stored the Keystone Airport in Williams produced his copy of ., -

assortment of drugparaphernalia variety of small glass of 1975. But Denton the letter from Johns that was County hiring practiceswere revenue sharing IKOIIOV;
1 e were also destroyed in the 44.000 pounds
: or drug use sent to all board membl'rs.Johns' probed ;Nov; 17 when coining into the county
court ordered fire. lawmen from
burned, Herman ,Juhll"OIl111'01
al'c'ssnl"l'S.I'as and
Sheriff Dolph
crushed, and filially buried by said the seeds are there was not for hour other departments director! : ol I the VI'( Mini
members of the sheriff'sDepartment iv" considered illegal unless delivery He says most of following a three county the to tin-
of visit b plan/ presented: I
had with the were subject a
.r meeting he >
4f are being germinated drugs found in this area
1 on a court order 1 (4) < medical staff of the hospital the Office of Ke\enue Sharing. comissiom-rs..>1 to 11.\ i.l' .1way
issued by County Judge Elsie:( grow( n. in Irom Gainesville and contained 18complaints. Each U S. Department of the to Include minorities' into.
Sanders.Deputies, Only a small portion of \ille ;
r total amount of drugs ,' "readily admits the allegation was discussed by Treasury
. built a blare with 4' formal Revenue sharing never lieu id 1 Horn b llii-in. ,
paraphernalia confiscated pounds of marijuana the board with a .
the marijuana and drugs Horace t J Mine, said Jllh-I'nIIt.. r the
1 answer to be complied by representatvies
the Sheriff's Department here last week
seized; over the past year in use."I board member Billy Dampier. Burnett and :\\1ll'i..III\ were icquest was; presentedA
the Pil..t'I'ar were not only a fraction of
some )0:) ding teases.Mlesl The letter when completedand in Starke as the result'! of a ropy ot I the :\ \\1'1'<
last Denton said in the
Friday total drug traffic
: 1 of I ho drugs destroyedhad I small amount of drugs and adds that signed by board memberswill letter written to that office proposal l was l 101 warded l In I tin-
office ol shaiini/ butrepresentatives
held evidence
been as! incases be sent to Governor claiming county offices used revenue
1 4J paraphernalia not legal technicalities
from that
now completedMarijuana
The discriminatory hiring
like. related Askew and
111 expensive in drug
: made up the hulk the practices said Kcddish office refuse, to disclose I the
Turkish water will often see cases Governor appoints
pipe 1.1 the Ihal
ordered blare. name complainant
of the court ,
.. of the board. Board Reddish said
used for educational before they reach members the
the visit I to tin
but small amounts of LSI), brought/: 1
speed, heroin and concen in drug lectures at trial stage. members said they representatives asked for sheriff's nilico 1 last work;
elementary schools. the legal setbacks heard upsetting rumors that data to be furnished to them in
Il'uh'tlmanjuana in the form .. Johnson said. that 'IIKO l'iy.!
1"" the local I Sheriff's. were not to be two weeks about theprocedure
says they there has hoon I II,,'
, nl h.l..hIt'l'l' also included in "'" Denton a preacher for sirs in
the burning T a v t addition to his duties is actively reappointed advertisingvacancies. right direction'n iiirint!

, Deputy Don A Denton lawman, presents the drug cases and adds The Johns' letter said a Reddish said in the minorities. in I'.r.idloid. l
persons caught will be of that with its past he has hired new peopleas
officer in charge of the drug -- at area elementary hospital size Count vCot
openings occurred trom the
destruction said the average patient load should
Like the items rlest
Turkish water pipe, confiscated. t>> Bradford Count Sheriff's make $230.000; ({ a AI applications that are filled out
marijuana included some :.;d 0 those saved for the year.
which had beentouliscatcd Deputies in out of the:III) raids during the past year which netted don't take it lightly" Crippen hospital auditor and It'rtllIh his office In the Cn 1111 l t t11":

plants at'arious most of the dings dcslroy ed b.> he( d.'IIII'llIIt'nllat: "I'ricl.iv, was Careful inventories by court notes present at the meeting said "I 1 past Reddish said he has. .

one of the few items kept for educational. Ire-turps at local. are citizens. acting have not seen an audit of a never had to recruit! but
locations through out the the items, according
elementalschools.. on always had a large number of ; S2i 1)U) ()
count during I the past several Denton informants are the best small hospital that could boast .

months The plants ranged IlIl'Iud'dlall'r pipes marijuana Deputy Denton says the department has that "kind of profit every applications attorney on tieCounty Dudley

Irom one to six foot in height cigarette 'rolling papers Mast types; of paraphernalia lectures, also given at drug dealers year. i
( said this
IIt'plIlII..nlon said Sheriff'sDepartment .. cigarette holders and various mas he purchased in local middle school to Denton who Crippen said the Hardy because was the an investigation CETA I ( .rant,

I) personnel' had pipes some ornate, some' ruIIlIIwnl.II' special! .stores called "head designed to explain the that informants are preliminary figures show countyreceives
pulled I the plants wooded '. used to smoke the shops and arc not and social aspects of drug ) kept confidential.! Bradford County hospital revenue sharing (Count) officials an< hnpint:
areas private gardens, back earned a profit of $253.000 for funds and are subject to toe a *;2!i,1I1I1I I'Ilrst aril'
the past fiscal but federal checks present from I the stale'" which
yards, and corn fields at year
In June I'J73\ the Hoard of fill j
would them
enable to
because they were in such bad I
diverse locations! like Ba>lessHighway. !
'. nearSantaFe l: ike. Brooker Residentsrho Pay More financial shape before "it was County Commissioners ,Peen (Com 'r eh0ii"ii'Employee

Hampton and near, the Clay mandatory this year to make received o request the : I'lMimim ,Nil
County I line on SHoW money." Bradford County Chapter of I(CKTA'i: posit inns lii'u 1 1)
Allegations in the letter the ;N.VUT; to I lund an next" soar.

Hard drugs! destroyed Bathe For Garbage Pick-Up New Dump included food waste, faucet affirmative action plan. (Count') Chill H"ill1\'I'\! K: \\ i

blare last 'rldIinl'ludl..t leaks plaster falling off the including an affirmative Hodges'and" Vn-Tcoh School.

five "hits"or small doses of walls no control over nurses, action human relations I Director Ted Oglesby i /:
I I.Sl!) with an estimated! street members ol the District II
coordinator with 525:11I0: from !
value of Slat. and small BKOOKKK) : Residents to handle an anticipated declined to set the hours next' week so signs may be nurses talking disrespectfully \dl"I1I'HUiII'll .of. the stale
amounts of speed heroin, and w ill Iw pay ing higher rate for increased work. load with the without first determining made. to doctors, large personnel :
(lit Planning
hash 1 Denton told fellow garbage pickup service... herein opening of a new convenience what times the suggested Seeking an alternative to turnover, board giving a Inmate Shot met ice with slate otlieidlne

officers as he tossed a small the near future to operatethe storeTown attendant Orea Prescott, a raising garbage rates within contract for an x-ray Bradford scheduled.
l 19!' in in a
quantitof heroin into the new county dump and give council members Brooker resident would be the community to foot the bill technician for $50.000

burning pit. it had a street the present garbage meeting in regular session willing to work, It was for the dump attendant annually x-ray machine In E.eupeTrv planning sessionIlixlgos said! it the
value ol more than. $130Paraphernalia ; contractor a $:.10 a month raise Thursday. ;Nov; 18, learned suggested that hours extend council members asked the needs a timer, nurses ignoring will upiH'iirs
county receiveapproximately "
expenses to continue garbage beyond 5 so working commissioners why. they patients maintenance crew
I destroyed pm. drink coffee all day. A Florida. State Prison ) SJT.mm 1 as! soon
service it exists could not charge county
as presently might have access to .
Councilman persons collections poor, inmate. listed in satisfactory as the I funds are i'(-leased.which .
with twice week residents- the new emergency
pick ups on the site after working hours using
condition. from he said !should ho t the
tourists skipping out on recovering hv
and the dumping site.Commissioners.
rttr.Thursday. Tuesday Saturdays in during the week
{ 1jtUawnQ will cost explained paving bills x-ray man only shotgun!: wounds received in an end nf JanuaryThe ,

Resigns{ i Post community additional $170 per month. The an Council members told the that county funds had been comes three times week, the escape attempt Friday afternoon county is planning to
two county commissioners the the to hire
administrator head nurse and use money a
used the
in the form of to construction newdumping
increases came
BHOOKF.R: Citing recent two separate actions hours will be set within theCar site. and. therefore anethesiologist do not live in Stanley Gilliam. 2K. serving maintenance man lor the

"ill health". as his motive. charging county users would! town, the administrator does the S"'CO'IIt1l'ar' of a 75ear cities of Brooker and
veteran! town council member First t counts'commissioners : not be allowedA not visit comparable sentence for roberv'III: Hamp'on. a lineman for the
Carl T Edward submittedhis 1 Hazel Paulk 1)1ffigexInto hospitals, the hospital hire a Putnam County. was shot by city' of Starko. a clerktypistfor
informedthe second request hieh will the guards alter breaking the courthouse, a clerk for 1
resignation by way of a and K.W. Hodges pharmacists and prison
letter read aloud by city clerk council the city must hirea 7--II Sl''Orf' undoubtedly see garbage administrator does not makean away from an outdoor work the slate employment; service

:Mrs Linda Robiason. during a "part-time employee at cItyexpense. An 18-year-old Interlachen rates going up in the effort to collect the bills. crew and failing to heed here and a painter and

regular session! of the council to operate the new vouth did $.IJ({) damage. to the community came as Willis The board agreed warning shots, according to mechanic's helper lor the
Grimes the town's
;Nov; landfill dumping site recently I.t Kithardalmsley, of school hoard.
Nov. M llandvway Food Store at 520 contractor told council Kdmondson was doing a good
Edwards: first elected to the constructed near the town or K: :Madison. Sunday night he will $50;; Job a ndI ere concerned that FSP The.. good thing( about
THANKSGIVINGCommunity town council in 1S70.\ expressed be forced to pay a higher rate when he pulled into the parking require a per these complaints were not Gilliam was hit by five these positions is that we've
month the
regret in stepping for the dumping of town lot failed to stop and raise service.to continue brought directly to the boardat rounds of magnum load U !got a fairly good guarantee

down from the council and garbage at the site. plunged through the plate present Grimes $225 its public meeting each gauge rounds and treated for from the school( board and the
currently paid
Thanksgiving assured the of the multiple gunshot wounds city of Staiko thai they would
community glass window month rather than
After brief discussion on the month the for the going
per by city
at Lake Butler General;
Service continued interest in local left keep t these employees on alter
Gene Hoffman
Phillip through a third party The
council members garbage service, said he
matter an-
city He is I
10a.m.First his letter of the ( 't:1'IUl1dlng: hasexpired
in resignation !
government the scene and was board had set a meeting
hire attendant for volume up
agreed to an ticipated greater in hospitalized at the Lake
Methodist apprehended a few minutes with the doctors earlier in the meaning that if we
the the attendantto the local
dump.lith newbusiness
Church Mrs.: Robinson said Butler :Medical and Reception" can just! get them started (he
be paid at the rate of $t5 per later by Starke police. He was moving into the month was cancelled by Center "
Edwards was following hisphysician's charged Ith drl'lnllhlle intoxicated the doctors without jobs will continue Hodges(
day two days a week. The town. A convenience store is Four officers, armed t with
(Community orders in of said
GJtjr stepping council set days of operation leav ing the scene scheduled to begin operationin explanation said Dodd. and shotguns,
down from the town councIl. CETA grant a
an accident and having no money
Matt Hank Council chairman A,B as Tuesdays and Saturdays valid driver's license. the town next month. Edmondson> said "at least regularly superb ise the prison federal program is

I{, Accounts Now Insured UP Adams suggested the city. However hours of operationwere The accident! damaged the ;No; action was taken on they could have had the work l'rews.1 hll'h operate administered by the state to y

ro $40000 by prepare a plaque for the! long. not set during the store window and burglar Grimes' request during theI courtesy to send me a copy," with a maximum of SO counties according to local

term council member meeting.. Council members alarm I See Pane III (1:0..1': Page tit) inmates. unemployment rates.
'cJurul Dooot'i' .iniu'anc Corp;

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TRLF: GRAPll November IS. 1978 .......
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_ Kimberly Jackson Placed Second In PageantLittle

Miss Kimberly Beth and ballet dancing and yIuocti ff/w Jf w !

Jackson of Moncks Corner attends four-year-old 64.ide !
S.C was second runner-up in kindergarten. b.L'

the Pee Wee division of the Jitor
Hemisphere beauty pageant Formerly of Starke cfaJy3 Wlooty SocUly ,

held in Charleston S.C. Oct. Kimberly is the four year ..... ________ L '"-
old daughter of Jeffrey
Kimberly also received an Jackson of Starke and Mrs. Miss McMillan
Retired Teachers
invitation to compete in the Vickie Hyme. She is the J County Library
of Mr. and
South Carolina state contest to granddaughter Meeting Nov. 18 Luncheon HonoreeMiss
Mrs. James F. Putnam and
be held next summer. Sets Free ShowThe
Blake Jackson and Mrs. r,,+G
with 45
Kimberly competed .
Lucille Jackson. She is the ,a Mrs. Grace Adams Stevenswas Rebecca McMillan
other little girls in hej, great granddaughter 'of Mrs. Bradford County Public speaker at the Bradford December 19 bride elect,
division judged/ on beauty Margaret Jackson also of Library' will present the uMR Union Retired Teachers' was complimented at a
poise and personalityKimberly Starke. Western movie "Trinity Is Association covered dish luncheon Saturday given by
is active tap Still My Name" at the libraryon luncheon and business r Mrs. J.O. Gay Mrs. William

Monday Nov. 29, at 3:15: meeting on Thursday Nov. 18, Haas. Mrs. Warren Winkler
. DKG Meeting Held Nov. 16 p.m.Admission at the Methodist FellowshipHall and Miss Denise Winkler at
is free to all. the Winkler home on Pratt

The Alpha Nu chapter of the introduced and spoke brieflyto Mrs. Leona Royal vice -1 street.

Delta Kappa Gamma Societymet the group. president presided at the Mr. and Mr. Eugene Harper Hand embroidered linen
Tuesday night Nov. 16 at Personal Growth and Brownie Troop meeting and introduced the cloths covered the dining

7 p.m. in the library of the Services committee was in special guests and speakers: room table and three smaller
Middle School in Macclenny charge of the program. Mrs. Theressa 4-H 370 HoldsInvestiture Mrs.Stevens Dr. W.A. Gager Marjorie Morgan tables. Centering the tables

As the guests arrived they Tommie Lee Nolm gave a and Mrs. Dwight Hunter all of were arrangements of gold

were invited to the devotional using the 100th Club Holds Gainesville.Mrs. E. L. Harper and bronze bachelor buttons.
refreshments table here the Psalm. Mrs. Gladys Thomas Stevens discussed Bridal place cards marked the

Thanksgiving motif was presented a film strip with Meeting Nov. 9 Kenneth Weaver and proposed legislative bills and Repeat Vows seating arrangement for the
carried out. audio accompaniment on Brownie troop number 370 other matters of concern and 18 guests.
The business part of the "The Emancipation of held its Investiture service at Gayle Hatcher inspiration to the members. The hostesses presented the
meeting was presided over by American Women." Charlene Beam Tammy the home of the leader Mrs. Dr. Gager spoke briefly about Majorie Morgan daughterof honoree and her mother Mrs.
the president. Mrs. Shirley Those attending from Baldree Betty Jean Kite and J.E. Denmark on Monday Gayle Hatcher insurance for retired Mrs. Florence Wade of M.G. McMillan with corsages

Jasonek. Plans for the Bradford County were Mrs. Mary Ann Miller presented a Nov. 15.Following. teachers. Mrs. Hunter will be Buffalo N.Y. and Peter R. and also gave Miss McMillanan

luncheon to be given in Chickie Adkmson Willie Mae demonstration on how the to Kenneth Weaver the successor to Mrs. Stevens Morgan of Fort Myers and the electric mixer as a
molds to
January in honor of the state Denton Hilda Dey Maxine make sugar the flag cere- beginning in January 1977. step daughter of Donald memento of the occasion.
which met
president. !Miss Louise Gibson. Evelyn llaney. Edna Theressa 4-H club mony the girls presented a The next meeting of BURTA Wade of Keystone Heights and Out-of-town guests were
Adele at the Theressa Community skit entitled "The Brownie's Engagement Told will be S.A. Eugene L. Harper
McMullian of Orlando were Hart Helen Johns on December 16 which Navy Mrs. Stephen Crosby of
discussed. Year books were Mitchell Tommie Noun Center Tuesday Nov. 9. Magic Pond." The girls then will be a breakfast. Memberswill son of Mrs. Dorothy Harperand Jacksonville Mrs. Michael

distributed. !Mrs Ennis Muriel Norman Maureen Thirty two.people attendedthe sang "The Brownie Smile Colonel (Ret.) and Mrs. be notified of time and the late Luther Harper of Miller of Gainesville and Miss

Woodley of Jacksonville Paul. Lucille Payne Gladys meeting and plans Christmas were Song" and "Doodle-De-Doo" Harry Milton Hatcher Jr. place after which memberswill Starke and the grandson of Linda Haas of the Universityof

district TI director was Thomas and Marilyn made in to December.have a for the parents present. announce the engagement of distribute Christmas giftsto Mrs. Margaret Harrell of South Florida.
Vellen a. party their daughter Gayle "Shut In" retired Starke were united in
Anyone interested in join- Dona Chesser Wendee Hall Elizabeth, to Kenneth Lemuel teachers. marriage Oct.4 at the home of

_ Joy Lame Honored With ShowerMiss ing the Theressa 4-H club and Adrienne Welty officially Weaver of Davenport Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Charles
attend the next meet-
please became Brownies at this ser Wilkison of Starke.
January 11 at 7:30: p.m. Brownies son of Mrs. Jewel Weaver of Colleen Nichols per3onald .
Joy Lame Dec. 17 Mildred Tetstone mother of ing vice. Second year Davenport and Lemuel Rev. Don Denton performedthe

bride-elect was honored at a the prospective groom were taking part in the program Weaver of Haines City. nuptials.
kitchen shower Friday Nov. presented with corsages. The were Jennifer Johns Shilyn Shower HonoreeMiss Chris Waters served as Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas

12 given by Mrs. Edward hostess also presented Miss Chaff Lyn Dukes Lyn Miss Hatcher is a 1973 matron of honor. She wore a spent last Sunday to Friday

Ripplinger. Lame with the salt and pepper LBIRTHS Holtzendorf Perry Giusto. graduate of Bradford High Colleen Nichols light green three piece outfit with Rev. and Mrs. Frank

Games and prizes were shaker and sugar bowl in her Belinda Melson and Allison School and is a senior at the December 4 bride elect was and carried yellow Starling and family in

enjoyed by the 16 guests. stoneware pattern as a Denmark. University of South Florida honored at a bridal shower carnations. Panama City.
The refreshment table was memento of the occasion.. Allison Denmark Jennifer graduating in March 1977 Monday night given by Mrs. Chief Robert Kelly attendedas
covered with a white damask Mr. and Mrs. Oral S. Johns Lyn Dukes and Lyn majoring in Elementary Ervin Andrews Mrs. Vernon best man. Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Johns

cloth and centered with a red UDC To Have Tanner of Law ley announcethe Holtzendorf were presentedwith Education.Mr. Reddish and Mrs. Hazel Paulkat The bride wore a green and will have as Thanksgivingguests
and white floral arrangement. birth of a daugthcr Carrie Summer Scout Patch the home of the latter at white gown and carried a Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pepe

The bride elect and her ChristmasLuncheon Marie born Nov. 8 in Alachua awards for achievements dur- Weaver graduated from Crosby Lake. bouquet of pink yellow and and daughter Mr. and Mrs.

mother :Mrs. O.M. General Hospital. Grand- ing the summer.Refreshments. Haines City High School in Colorful arrangements of white carnations and baby's O.D. Bennett and Mr. and

Yarborough. and Mrs. Dec. 1 parents are Mr. and Mrs. were servedto 1971 Polk Community Collegein dried fall flowers and leaves breath. Mrs. Jerry Laliberte of
Luther Jackson of Starke and the parents by the 1974 and will be a December were placed at vantage pointsin The couple will reside in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.

Eastern Star The W.T. weeks chapter Mr. and Mrs. L.S. Tanner of Brownies. Stacey Denmark graduate from the Universityof the party rooms. Charleston S.C. after the Rube Beecher of Orange
Lawtey. poured punch and assisted in and groom has completed his six Park Mr. and Mrs. Lamar
U.D.C. will have a Christmas South Florida. In the Fall of Games were played
Supper Nov. 27 luncheon Wednesday Dec. 1 serving. Refreshments were 1977 he will enter prizes awarded after which weeks' cruise in the South Shaw and family of Kingsley

at 12 o'clock at the Methodist where served the in table the dining was covered room Southwestern Baptist refreshments were served in Pacific. Lake and Mrs. F.J. Shaw of

Starke chapter number 224 Hall. Members are ;biJ .1j..Jw with a gold embroidered cloth Theological Seminary at Fort the Florida room. Starke.
Order of the Eastern Star will reminded: to make Worth Texas. Miss Nichols was esented
and centered with a fall dry
have a covered dish supper. reservations with Miss Norma The wedding will take place with a camellia corsage and per9onai Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Weldon arrangement.Mrs. 8 the electric from her Barnhart of Miami and Mr.
Saturday. Nov 27 at 7 p.m. in Canova April 1977 at 8 p.m. at can opener
and Charles Hall and Mrs.
the :Masonic (Hall. All Masons family of Jacksonvillewill First Baptist Church of Starke hostesses as a memento of the and Mrs. Jack Carter of
and their families are invitedto spend the long weekend Randy Johns assited in pre- with a reception at theWoman's occasion. Dr. and Mrs. L.H. Jenningsof Douglasville Ga. and their
attend. SW with his mother Mrs. Gladys paring for the investiture ser Club of Starke. Fifty guests were invited to Starke and Mr. and Mrs. families will spend the long

Weldon. vice. All friends and relatives are attend between the hours 7:30: Wayne McLendon and Mr. weekend with their parents.

invited to attend. and 9 p.m. and Mrs. Walter Jennings and hit and Mrs. A.G. Loudon.

families of Jacksonville are
Badcock's Thanksgiving dinner guests of Marvin F. Hazen who broke
:JJjou..l .
now Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Jenningsin his hip in a fall at home

Gainesville at a family recently has been moved from
Among those attending the Mrs. Charles Packer of. reunion. Bradford County Hospital to
's. 0(1,11( ( oao J mWl LLLJ Frank Sinatra show at the Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Alachua General Hospital.Mr. .

,. Coliseum Wednesday night of Locke of Bradenton and
Mrs. Edna Hart and Mrs.
I last week were: Mr. and Mrs. families are weekend guestsof and Mrs. Jerome
Ella have for
Come In Early For A Good Selection Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Moody as guests
George Mrs. Shellie Gerlirf and Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards and sons of Naplesare

J.E. Hardy Mrs. A.G. family.Mr. Mike May of Ocala Mrs. spending the long
Loudon Mrs. Clyde Sinclair Edith Christiansen and weekend with his parents Mr.
Of Christmas Toys Mrs. Eve Godwin, Mrs. Ethel and Mrs. W.11. Green daughter Mrs. Beatrice and Mrs. Merrill Edwards.
Reddish Mr. and Mrs.
and family of Tallahassee Jenks of New Orleans and Mr.
BIKES AND TRIKES FROM Charley Johns Mrs. Carolyn spent Thursday to Sunday and Mrs. Charles Fink and Mr. and Mrs. John Williamsand
r l -' cP (A) 20" BOY'S POLO BIKE Redgrave Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis children of Green Cove son of Titusville and Miss
___ :4*> J* D.lu.o contourod tod Douglas Hardy Mr. and Mrs. Sanders and Mrs. Lex Green Mrs. Christiansenwill Patti Williams of FSU
Springs. are
-'g'll! dl. N.w Mar. ttylo $6995
S.L. Peek Jr. and Mr. and
Cham guard ) and family. remain through the Tuesday to Friday of
?{ (D) 20" 10Y'S guests
/ Mrs. Adkmson.
/I'r / (IB) 20" DELUXE GIRL'S BIKI Warney
/ I 1.."" MOTOCROSS BIKEr Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams.

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1 MEN r +, e r.'i' Hampton Water Cleanup Deadline Is Extended .

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-. Hampton Water Company submission of plans ana residents to boll all water for water pressure Is reduced
owner Arthur Bruno has been specifications for human consumption because even further when their
granted a month.s extension Improvement to the system to of bacterial contamination. neighbors have the water
on a Department of the DER. The plans are to Department of faucets on.
.. Environmental Regulation Include the retention by Bruno Environmental Regulation At the same time, DER
(DER) order that he modify of a professional engineer to (DER) officials said Issued a corrective order
the system to increase water evaulate the system, and a Inadequate water pressure In requiring Bruno to submit
pressure in the lines and time scheduled for completing the system was allowing engineering plans within 60
provide constant chlorination Improvements. Bruno now ground water to seep Into the days for Improvements to the
of city water. has until Dec:. 21 to comply distribution pipes and contaminate system that would raise the
Circuit Judge Benjamin with the order. He had no the water water pressure, something
Tench signed an order in the commment on the matter Following a DER directive, that still has not been done.
case Oct. 26, setting a Nov 15 Monday. Bruno installed a chlorinator. Bruno maintains he Is losing
Tommy W. Miller age 18 : ''f _.. deadline for Bruno to The water Is still being money on the water system,
and from Starke cares. : : nSheila "substantially comply" with The water system has been chlorinated, but the pressure and would need a raise In
Tommy the son of Ms. j- the order. This meant an issue for more than a year. problem remains. water rates to finance
Josephine Peterson just Following complaints from Customers have complained improvements. The city
finished Marine training boot .. residents, the Bradford that water coming from council,which has jurisdiction
camp at Parris Island, S.C. -- -" 4.H Members County Health Department faucets is barely a trickle on rates has refused to grant
Tommy enlisted in June 22 took samples of the water in that it can take several hours a raise until improvements
for $2,500 bonus program in November 1975 and warned to fill a bathtub, and that are made.A .
.. combat arms. This is only Pugh Is Hair Styling Winner Meet Here clvillawsuit filed in May
offered to high school seniors by the DER called the system

and high school graduates Sheila Pugh holding trophy In center was named first place winner In the hair styling show Forty-six 4-H club FlIP Urges Safety 111 Heavy a "potential" menance to
that can qualify. Tommy also public health.
among Bradford-Union Vo-Teeh senior cosmetology students Tuesday night. Miss Pugh Is shown
members from Bradford
enlisted on the "buddyprogram" with her model Clavllle Bruno purchased the water
Sherry ,who Is also her sister.
with Charles County had short lessons in Thanksgiving holiday Traffic estimated to
Second place winner, at lefL was Glenda EDDS.shown with her model, Mrs Dorothy Fedak. company
Ferguson, also from Starke. Third place winner at right,was Connie Williams shown with her model Jean Kirchaine public speaking, par. around 70 years old in 1971.

Both graduated from Each stylist had 30 minutes to style their model's hair. Most styles were shorter haircuts, then i lamentary i )and procedure at i TALLAHASSEE Traffic director of the Patrol. Some customers, dissatisfied
.,. Bradford High School In June. n ..._ .._... leadership newswriting with the system, have been In-
U" Y" U'" their annual Citizenship-- accidents will claim the lives Last year 29 traffic
1976. stalling their own wells and
Leadership meeting Friday, of 30 people in Florida during fatalities were recorded
the number of cutomers has
Gill Completes Basic Nov, 19.The the Thanksgiving holiday during the 102 hour period.
off to fewer than .
dropped 100.It
"tiP- At Parris Island period unless motorists and
heard from
PERSONAlS !J property group appraiser-elect pedestrians put forth an extra The Thanksgiving holiday * * *
t Marine Private First Class Jimmy Alvarez, Bradford effort to prevent them, the period is one of the heaviest It DR. R.E. DOPSON *
Jeffrey Gill son of Mr and Middle School principal Jesse Florida Highway Patrol traffic holidays of the year .. Chiropractor *
Mrs. Emmett C. Gill of Route Moore, the Rev. Ben Bryant predicts and highways will be jammed It New Office ...
'. I, Keystone Heights, has and Telegraph editor Bob "The countdown begins at 6 with motorists headed for rwaonIN ...
Mrs. Charlie Wiggins of Mr. and Mrs. J.E Hardy completed recruit training at Ferguson. Meetings were held p.m Wednesday November visits with friends and It Dellv'.12 North Temple 2It -' *
Stockton, Ga. and daughter, were hosts to the Barry the Marine Corps Recruit in one courtroom and the 24, and ends midnight Sunday, relatives to enjoy the TF.CHG
Mrs. Dewayne Register of family reunion Sunday at Depot, Parris Island, S.C. county commission meeting November 28," according to traditional" "turkey and It * * *

Mobile Ala., were Saturday their home on E. Call street. During the ll-week room In the Bradford County Colonel Eldrige Beach, trimmings
guests of Mrs. L.D. Vining. The 3S attending were from all Gill learned the basics Courthouse. ... ... .'!h1't....' ... .,....L. __'. ..,._ __ ,. ,'-*-- *-- -- --..,....
parts of Florida.Mr. The county presently has -. .-. .-. .-. .-, ._,--.--.--.--._.. -.--.-...,_..,-
of battlefield survival He wq.
FERGUSON introduced to the typical dally eight 4-11 clubs including
PFC. and Mrs John Reeves those In Starke, Brooker .y -- M-
REPORTS FOR DUTY Mr. and Mrs Henry of West Palm Beach routine that he will experience Jr1. .. f \
Stefanelli celebrated their and Mrs. during his enlistment and Hampton, Lawtey, Theressa
Bess Burns of Jacksonville Green Acres and the
studied the and
Marine Private Charles E. 47th wedding anniversary personal
are guests this week of Mrs. A
Highway area
and Mrs dinner In professional standards I ,
Ferguson, son of Mr. Saturday with J.E Wilson.
William E. Ferguson of Route Jacksonville.Mr. traditionally exhibited by : IT'S THE TYNE OF THE YEAR INNEII '
1. Starke, has reported for Miss Lillian Stump. Mrs Marines.He New Arrival
duty with Force Troops, Camp and Mrs. Robert White John Griffin and Mrs. Evelyn participated in an active
Lejeune N.C.A and son, West Mr and Mrs. Hamilton and sons are physicial conditioning -
1976 graduate of Bradford Michael White and Larry spending Thanksgiving day program and gained Jehovah has blessed Isaac JJ <: ,
High School he joined the White of Gainesville are with Mr. and Mrs. Fred proficiency In a variety of and Janet Warren with a .> -.w". ,
Marine Corps In June 1976. spending the Thanksgiving Thomson and Mrs. W.H, military skills. Including first daughter Dana Caroltta, born ..
holiday with their parents Thomson in Tallahassee. aid, rifle marksmanship and 1IJov. 22 at Alachua General I Santa ; :
RECRUIT GARY ROWE Mr. and Mrs. Olin Wrote. close order drill. Teamwork Hospital.
COMPLETES TRAINING Mr and Mrs. Rod Struth of and self-discipline were The maternal grandparents vt 1
Navy Fireman Recruit Friends of Mr and Mrs. Plant City, Mr. and Mrs emphasized throughout the are Willie and Lottie .yi Ik '
Gary L. Rowe, son of Mr OIan Lynwood Walters of Bobby Case and Martha training oycle.A McCollum; great-grand- Could' :
Rowe of 403 St. Clair St.. and Martinville Va.. son and Struof Lake City and 1976 graduate of Keystone mother Pallor "Granny" i&J
Mrs Doris E. Summerlin of daughter -in law of Mr and families and Nancy Struth of Heights High School, he Twine; and paternal grandfather -
Route 1. both of Starke, has Mrs. S.L. Peek Jr of Starke, Gainesville are spending the joined the Marine Corps In Isaac Warren Sr. of J UUle" : 'i\i"
completed recruited training will regret to hear their baby weekend with their mother October 1975. Savannah, Ga. Ilse A
at the Naval Training Center daughter died during childbirth Mrs. Lu Struth. i

Orlando, Fla Friday night.Dr. Ir."' -= r II'I I ,.
During the eight week Local admittances to # fr
training cycle he studied and Mrs. R.E. Dopson Bradford County Hospital this
seamanship, close order drill and son spent the weekend week include: William
naval history and first aid. with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Reames, John Godwin, Leo \ y LOANS
A 1975 graduate of Bradford Robert Dopson in Leurck Garl Mathews Jack J ,
High School Rowe joined the Jacksonville.Mrs. Hall and Thomas Williams of TO
Navy in August, 1976. Starke; Andrew Wilkerson
R.W. Underhill of and Owen Anders of Lawtey;
Indiatlantic visited her Mrs. Audrey Smith and Steve at'I' 25,0000
PFC GRIFFISEARSSBADGE parents, Mr. and Mrs J.H. Herceg of Keystone Heights; I :: Ii'
Moncrief over the weekend. and Joshua Baxter of J109 i i w
Private First Class
Army Brooker.Mr. t'
Leonard V. Griffis son of Mr. Mrs Oma Cotten is a E. Call I \\ Ii'
and Mrs. Woodrow D. Griffis, patient in North Florida and Mrs. Henry .
Good Of
Starke recently received a Regional Hospital Stefanelli are Thanksgiving Selection Fine Quality I ., Ii'
Parachutist Badge upon guests of Mr and Mrs. Albert
completion of the three week Hallie Seymour of Stefanelli and family In Seiko WMches For This Help See Your Local
airborne course at the U.S. Gainesville is spending Jacksonville.
Army Infantry School, Ft. Thanksgiving with his To Choose From-A Perfect Christmas Gift
Benning, Ga. parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Mr and Mrs JL Bettes of J '
Seymour St Augustine John Spenglerof i SOUTHERN DISCOUNT

COMPLETES SEAMAN1RTIN!TRAINING Miss Terry Shirley of Spengler Gainesville of the University and Debbie of On. Brow 01 14 IC E."lngl SO % Off

Raiford has joined the West Florida are 2 01 STARKE ,
,;. Navy Seaman Recruit Jay Charley E. Johns Agency Thanksgiving guests of their
c:i<' L. Martin son of Mr. and Mrs. Staff. I parents Mr. and Mrs. V.J. DIAMOND I I 116 N. Walnut Starke 11 15 12,23, !!
Alan D. Martin of Route 3. Spengler.Mr. .
J" Starke has completed recruit EARRINGS' rAlE3t Q' ftE't E'' Et lE'St F'44'F' E'8 "J E3 'Ik tE.

training at the Naval Training and Mrs. Mac Baldwin .::*tPe $2650 Are Perfect Gifts
pCenter. Orlando, Fla. Servicewomen are spending Thanksgiving
r., During the eight week with their daughter and -
training cycle Martin studied d.1 family, Mr and Mrs. J.H
seamanship, close order drill Hall Jr.. In Gainesville.Mrs. o.aM elTlwtluree T" Mesi $
naval history and first aid FREE Engraving .... E rita .... e. t/Te
f A 1976 graduate of Bradford Leola Roberts Is
d.1: County High School, he joined having Thanksgiving dinner
.' the Navy In November 1976. with her son and family Mr. Cage s. The Mh1e eleeflea. 01 Oiffs1f

and Mrs. Perman Roberts in
:! PFCGRIFFIS Gainesville. Her grandson Orssp 0/ RI.I Aif" KIIIII" Suds
:- EARSSBADGE Jay Roberts will return withher
:. Army Private First Class for the weekend. 8'ft Of/ tali 0nEsrrleg

_.' Leonard V. Griffis, son of Mr.
.'r' and Mrs. Woodrow D. Gritfis ei/I" s2" 779 inks fisa s2ai
Starke, recently received a Tilt: R\DFORD el
Parachutist Badge upon R (()lIST\' TtLtnR.\I'U: :
7 completion of the three week Published every Thursday SIlssMNehss tit 1sl/ss l Sasfs ZIJt OffCHRISTMASCHARMS
airborne course at the U.S. .It 135 W. Call Street
-; Army Infantry School Ft Starke Florida:J20111 CASH BONUS

..... Bening Ga.
During the first week of Second Class postage paW
-:.. training, students undergo a at Starke FloridaSubscription PRINCE CRRDNER
rigorous physical training DIRECT FROM CHEVROLET
and receive Local Airman Serves Rates:
'.' instruction In the theory of In AF Communications In trade area: U per ON ANY NEW
.,; parchuting The second week Airman Cynthia D. Davis, year' ; $4 six months
they receive practical daughter of Mr. and Mrs. SPIEDEL

",- training by jumping from 34 Leory Davis Sr. of 831 Florida Outside trade area! III
,;. foot and 2SO foot towers. The St.. Starke, has been selected per y ear; U.50' six months FASHION BRRCELETS VEGAQB CHEVETTE
'.4 final week includes five static for technical training at Corry K K r
:; line parachut jumps. Field Fla., in the Air Force
The private Is a 1974 Communications systems
Bradford High operations field.
%, graduate of 1916 CHEnnl SCOOTER
The airman recently
School. .
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completed basic training at
," Lackland AFB, Tex.. and Bookkeepers Beware All IN.iwt ...,'....
s1 Mr. and Mrs. K.O. Padgett studied the Air Force mission, u51' 1''' '104710auP

i. of Plant City were weekend organization and customs and < """.. :........:.. ::..:'. '2571 24d
t.y< guests of Mrs. P.D. Reddish. received special Instruction in ," l .hl' onus!' '20000ouP
The Time Is Near. .
-r- human relations I'RIC ............. .....'2471.24
; Mrs Homer Lewis of Airman Davis Is a 1976
,. Folkston, Ga. was a weekend graduate of Bradford High Yes The Time Is Short. Vtg. Wagon INIICA 1 Optnl Y"s.,.. r" r.",no
t4 guest of Mrs L.N Pickering Sc hool.

Accounts Must Be Balanced Books Closed OUR STOCK 010 COOS
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C: Govt. Forms Insurance Forms Plus Others Are a,., /1-., AN" a'MItt,.,. ..., sl/' .achy ........, I
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ordered December 1 0,1976.and will check
by you receive a for$200 from Chevrolet.
Please Cell Aal let I. Oriter Year Easel leehhglryMEterlele If you wish, this can be applied toward your down payment.
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Inflation Is Number One ConcernOf

Most Citizens ,, Fuqua. Is ToldT

S Representative Dun p tsfk fall. measure crops and easily, talk.
I h'uciua ids in Starke distinguish air and ship lanesof Congress will have to live
Wednesd.1al." the Bradford traffic with our budget you can't
( ounU Courthouse<(< t.ilking ,Mso on his visit to Starke change overnight, but it is
"ith cOlL'Itlluenlabllul thur r rd Fuqua spoke to the Rotary most crucial not to let
problems and how h(' iniyh: h, Club He joked he was from
able to help them y Altha, a town a little smaller t
The visit here I is part "it l .i J than Plains Georgia. Fuqua
month long effort b l > u-it t w + said that after 15 sears he was
'ach of the ii: lounties in the beginning to understand and
_t'conclongresslOn.tI! distrut I appreciate the seniority !
according to .aide '1 lumim: V system in C'ongress ; ,
1 licks < Fuqua said that one of the
Inflation is the numlx-r onernncern things he must say about i t 41
( people Sire Gerald Ford is the countryowes t
concerned with where I the him a debt of gratitude
economy is going" said Rep toi restoring decency and ; i ,1 r
Fuqua when asked! wh.it I most honesty t to the government."

people in the district! seem to He said( Ford did a magnificent if x.,y 1x attae.o .
be concerned about Farmers u : job to bring the country
are concerned with back together when it was in a ; I
agriculture policies and how shambles Eg'I r
these effect their lives \\e will have new I ,
Kuqiiii starting his eighth! leadership in the House and in '
term I in Congress, said the the Senate" Fuqua said in ?
'lew administration nNashington addition to a new President : I
in Jinuar\ and they' will face many new _
certamlv.: has.. trenundnii-.. challenges
amount ;i of i challenges lie .
saldthere .+..re manv problem- B iMotioY period and answer
acing tin counti'V but looks. followed Fuqua's short
( nn Kress nun i Fuqua|
torw.ird to working/( with ( just after the "iek above h rut'k.thl' concrete abutment at right and flipped
Prc-Mdi I' Elect Jinumi I lond.i,' ieciivi'.i 4-. penult. l :Mid 60% ; was killed then the over into a ditch filled( with water
i arter I said ('arle'r
uqua all the' 11101111I1 the soul hi ast t.
Mas concerned as: he was said l t1
about'oust t look the at I'COnOmhut what t l also Kuquu commented"the Floridians who respond to
happened to Dies In Truck Crack-Un
inflation space: program Ixnelit 1 are energy conservation pleas and ,
Ynu11 lust beginning! to pay olf The keep their home temperaturesa \
< t lust bring it
medical l piolessum has had little lower this winter are railroad.
downip/ 'you must stunt
the fiist -iemti< ant benefits likely to be somewhat
ate (the said FoquiI'hi :!:!\
economy / .
I si, it million .illiKationor Mth., emirgencv. monitoring healthier than those who continue :. ) : :\I.H Dansbv "The Highest Quality.
>en t u here i ili tors ian act to overheat their homt.Tl'mpel'ltures >. OutsUimlmg .
l FI"I i ui.i trout' ih' lit i nth
mil? i'"I\i:i 'Milt I 'i' bi'net its in the mid :\rh'lIollIwrll'a"
IglH l(! (plllllrl' W.ilk- I :ii'' .ulltill Green'i"!
I 1,1\' hero in dl'\l'IIII' 60'S are healthier than S \R| l-'olH'E: Lowest Priced. .
help ( '
II HI!"im :
lei ii,l 11'lit '" i.i asure lain temperatures in the mid 70's. : \ Colo -. Captain
..... the "'IoridaIedlcal: : Dansbv MIII HI l :Mi Custom Home in
< \SSOClol lion reminds. : : H O Dansbv: ot .'71

Business, Personal' Stationery Heating t the interior of ) st.irke vva-- America &-- -<-/ -*-
homes and offices during the to appear in
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(annon I omplrtes
Recruit training Ylung1l'11: "1 i

:Marine Private Tommy L ,
Cannon. 17, son of :Mr \\',E,
Cannon of Route2, Starke, has biographies of young
(' t the ages 01 t Jl 1
f completed recruit training dt / : who have ni.idi
the :Marine Corps Recruit: i luntrilnitinns '"
Depot Parris" Island S C
and their
Put Your 'I During the 11'week training : ties
('vcle. PIt Cannon learnedthe
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basics "I battletieldMiivival '
nl liihavini.il( l
CompanyOn I
I lew as introduced to
at the \ir h SAVE
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the tYPical daily routine that
wheielie has sei'vcxl! YOUR
Top In will experience during his'nli.tment : \IM74 II,' \\.i- \ CRAFTSMEN CUSTOM DESIGNED
i and studied the !
with the HOME
personal and professional I ) MAKE THEM
) Cullc'go lit! I lie' \ir '
standards $13.50'
traditionallv ?
Of It t- exhibited bv :Marines I ItandolphHl' l'e\
t I ,' ol Hiadlnid! \ '. RAPID COMPLETE
participated in an
!. he tamed H S
are ou spr-v active physical conditioning
psvcliiilngv> 111IW\!
program and gained ..
Choose a creative design and we \ l'I'SIIot Florid) ,
in a of
will print them up fast: Business ;, proficiency military skills. including variety first! MS: (he lollowing\
was lommissiorud!
rule markmanship and
cards, forms pamphlets ) Reserve othcersI NOBEL
iln"eirbrder drill Teamwork YOUR NAME
I Corps<< program H l) r 5
.in id l self discipline: were I addressR.
', Diane, is the
LLE.LLrLI! L! Ldl U,LLtit LLt: : niphasi/ed Mauling! / cycle throughout the : t nl :Mr ..and11": *
I I is i.f W4H S \\' Nl T. Lovorn Realtor
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19 Earn Straight A's At BHSeB .. . . ..... . . .

science and advanced Joseph Riggs, son of Mr. Teresa Shirley, Margaret Sylvan Williams and Donald
E a J i"i ,. physical education. and Mrs. Donald A. Riggs of Smith, Priscilla Stalnaker, Wilson.
w Only member of the BHS Starke, who studied art, and Sonya Tenly.Sophomores Freshman named to the A-B
\ junior class to earn straightA's Spanish, algebra, science, named to the A- honor roll are: Michael
J '"1 during the first six -weeks literature, and civics. B honor roll are: Todd E Akridge, Johnnie Bell, Terrie
was Carolyn Roller, daughterof Betsy Yawn daughter of Ashline Jenecia T. Bright, Cogdell, Peggy Cooper.
'* t i1a George Roller of Lawtey. Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn of Julia M. Chambers Vickie M. Patrick Crawford, Sandra
Miss Roller studies Starke who studied algebra Corbitt, Cynthia DeWitt Crutchfled. Christine
chemistry calculus speech, library skills civics Wayne Ferguson Tracy Faulkner, Catherine Grider.
#' American history French I, physicial education and is a George Jana Godwin Marcia Regina Holmes, Mary Holtz./
... .. I 'Y' Biology II, and vocabulary member of the high school Goodge, Monique Gravel, Janice Jockel, Karen Johns,
''''' .
Iii' James Johnson
grammar. band. Harry Green, Cynthia Gwendolyn
\ .. .. Seniors named to the A-B Griffith, Carlos Hernandez, Keith Teresa Knepper.
'0" 4 Lone sophomore to earn honor roll are: Michelle Susan Massey Louis Muir, Cynthia Lawson, James Luke
\ perfect marks the first six Arroway,Susan Blalock Lucy Lori Shinn, John Smith, John !Miller Tieng Nguyen,
J' ...'. weeks is Dwayne Baldwin, son Bradley Gina Brown Tina Pamela Stalnaker John Lori Norman, Terri Palray
I J 'I < ;f 1. of Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Brown, Keith Carter Sherri Valmski, Joseph Valinski, Deborah Ratliff Cathryne
"'.YI ;- i Baldwin of Starke. Baldwin is Chandler Pam Chapman Cynthia VanEek Irene Smith, William Thomas and
I y l I' studying math analysis Darla Christopher Debbie Wainwright Brian Whitney, Pam Underhill.
4, f'I' ) './' chemistry, advanced biology Craft, Beth Davis, Susan
speech, typing and physical Ebling, Eoline Green Wanda
education. Green, Rhonda Harrell
'.. '<'.'IIi .. .... ."" Freshmen receiving Fayon Hawkins,Robbin Hood, GainesvilleLivestock
A's are:
.r If straight Karen Howe Roshell Jenkins
'1 Sarah Faulk daughter of
i iali Cassandra Johnson Linda MarketSince
+ Yr1 Mr. and Mrs.Joseph C. Faulkof Jones, David Ledger, Helen
Starke who took algebra Lee, Donna Moore Steve
Bradford High students receiving Ktralght-A's for the first Tucker and Joe HigH( Second row: IJwayne Baldwin, Ruth geography Spanish speech, Moran Richard Muse Lynn prices have Increased the past few months,
grading( period are, front row from left: Diane Dar is, Johnson Sarah "Kaulk Betsy Yawn Nancy Illldreth. I'am and :Mark Sapp. education. Patricia Rowe and Teresa most other Markets
Leonard "Chub" Johnson, Spive i.Seniors.
Nineteen of 1,205 Bradford and the courses in which they studying math industrial team. son of Mrs. Anna Ruth named to the all B OUR MAXIMUM CHARGES ARE $5,25 EXCEPT LARGE
High School students earned are enrolled are: arts, teacher's aide two Joy !Mains daughter of Mrs. Johnson of Starke who honor roll are: Dean Brown, BULLS $7.50 (Much less than 3% plus
straight A's during the first Ann Allen daughter of Mr. periods and athletics. (Hines Mildred Jordan, Starke is studied algebra, geography, Danny Jones Bret Merchant, dage most other markets charge) yai-;
six weeks grading period and Mrs. Robert E. Allen, Jr. is a starting offensive guard studying French teacher'son science, Spanish speech and Janice Slocum Carl Torodc
which ended Oct. 18. of Starke, who took courses in the BIIS varsity football aide, individual research in physical education. and Dale Varnes. CATTLE SLAUGHTER HOGS
A breakdown by class shows shorthand typing II, (French Juniors named to the A-B Mondays &
four freshmen 13 seniors, one vocabulary grammar review honor roll are: !Mark Box, Tuesdays
sophomore and one junior and was a teacher's aide (DQ'aDOa!J ($l QL L1 DV E Matthew Box Bonnie FEEDER PIGS 1st Friday each month

eurning perfect marks for the .during the recently completed .. .. Culverson, Christina Easton
first grading period of the 1975 grading period. Many Veterans retired from premiums for U.S. National service Life Shan Edwards, Michelle We test Cattle
76 term. 36 seniors, 15 Diane Davis daughter ofMr. hiilitary service and paying Government Life Insurance or Insurance from monthly Gullion Vickie Hazen, Tracy Wednesday- Charge
juniors,25 sophomores, and 25 and Mrs. Oscar Davis of '1 eImo ', retirement checks may be Kelly Brenda May Linda Have test Cattle here by lla.-m.
freshmen earned places on the Starke, who took shorthand H5- missing annual dividend Richardson Kenny Rodnque

A B honor roll. typing II and worked as a checks. .
The Veterans Administration ti -- tall( -
Seniors earning straight A's office aide during the first six -- r .
weeks of school. Insurance Center in I II
Susan Edwards, daughter of Philadelphia reported there F STARTINGSaturday
Mr. and !Mrs. William H. Y i s are several thousand retirees

ObituariesMrs. i, Edwards of Kingsley Lake, ., + r, t, t ,4 who each month pay
who took humanities physics, y } Insurance Premiums by
vocabulary grammar review e I II 1 allotment from their retired I .

I 'thtl Connell and calculus. pay I
!Mark Sapp. son of Mr. and In some cases the monthly
Mrs. Martha E. Connell, 71, !Mrs Joe Sapp of Starke, who deduction becomes so routine I Nov. 27th
of Starke died Monday took Algebra I I. band and the Veteran fails to notify the I
evening Nov! 22, at her home served as a teacher's aide VA when there is a change of
following a brief illness. during the first six weeks address. This is particularlytrue I
Born April 11, 1905 in period. when a retiree check is I '
Lenoir, N.C.. Mrs. Connellwas Pam Tucker, daughter of 1 I1ap Ii I-. sent to a Banking Institution. EarlGregory
a retired beautician and a Mr. and Mrs. :Neil' Tucker of Annual dividends paid on I I
member of the First Baptist Starke who took applied USGLI & NSLI Policies often
Church. math, vocabulary grammar result in some checks being
Survivors include a review, chemistry I, algebra returned to the VA for lack ofa I I
daughter Mrs. Phyllis II and typing II during the current address.
Phillips of Starke and two grading period. i Military Retirees paying
grandchildren. Ruth Hazen, daughter ofMr their GI Insurance Premiumsby I & His Musk
"'uneralservicesare set at 2 and !Mrs. Jack Hazen of .., wp allotment should send ___ I
p.m. Wednesday, !Nov. 24, in Starke, who took typing III, changes of address with the
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with shorthand office procedures Policy !Number to: Veterans I E V
the Hev. Ben Bryant,pastor of bookkeeping II, applied math frci Administration CenterPost HOMESTEAD I ;
the First Baptist Church and served as a teachers aide. Office Box 8079 < .
officiating. Burial is to be in Nancy Ihldreth; daughter ofMr Philadelphia Pennsylvania l"--i ).; SR-21 1
Crosby hake Cemetery with and :Mrs. H.R. Hildreth of N .xI 1 vo 19101. '.a Keystone Hts. I
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Kingsley Lake, who took v by William Haas
(Home in charge of arrange. vacabulary grammar review Veterans Service OfficerBETTY'S I : Dinner"Dancing"CocktailsOverlooking
ments. trigonometry, biology II and E
applied math. A 44,i. !
WulterTerrv Luke Lynn Moxley, daughter of litx4yj? 'r 'fAlrt' r I Lake Brooklyn
Mr. and !Mrs. Ben Moxley of BEAUTY LON I

Walter Terry Luke, age 24, office Slarke.procedures who studied, typing researchand III /l' Really Cotton I 1' ENTERTAINMENT
of Route 2, Starke died at his '
residence Friday evening, creative writing and 1 ( Monday Thursday 7 P.M. 10 P.M. I
:Nov' 19. Born in Valdosta, worked as. a teacher's aide Mrs. Martha Green displays a rare bight in Bradford Countya V v I i'*
Georgia October 6, 1952, he this past t term. three-font cotton.. plant, grown" by her husband, \\illidm II. Cuts And Styles I c Friday & Saturday 7 P.M. Midnight
had lived in the Starke area Kathy Teston daughter of Green from seed at their! home on SHnear:!:!: Law ley. For Men And Women I
most all of his life. He was Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Teston of :Mrs. Green says passers-by often do a double take when they Tues Thru Sat. I I- Open 11 AM. Daily
in addition
Lawtey to
employed as a correctional spot the cotton plant, come back and ask "Is that really
studies! in vocabulary North On 301
officer at the Lawtey Community cotton I
Correctional Center, grammar re\'iew. shorthandII Cotton was once plentiful the area west of Lawtey. and :Mrs. Very Reasonable Rates THANKSGIVING 11:30: -3:30: .l
and was a member of the typing III office Green recalls that her father, Hubert Crawford, cultivated a Call 984-7844 For Appointment I
Heilbronn Baptist Church. procedures and bookkeeping large crop, nearthesite where the lone plant stands today, some FTN COMPLETE DINNER $2" Children ((10 & Under) sits J
Survivors include his wife, II, serves as a varsity ::10 years ago. .... tali fasts! fluffs - -
Karen Taylor Luke of Starke; cheerleader.Ellen :Mrs. Green says she and her huobantlilltellll to save the seeds
two daughters, Lora Michael George daughter ofMr. from the cotton plant and will hopefully have a larger crop next
!Mrs William George,
and :Nora' both
Lynn at vear.
Starke, who is studying math
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:Mrs. Walter P. Luke of Starke vocabulary
(iHeilbronn Springs) one grammar Anna Sellers, and music daughter theory.of -K Extra Clean Can AFSCMEIS

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Funeral services were held Cora Allen, Starke isreZOry YOU
Nov. 21 in the Heilbronn 5J1975 PLY VALIANT 1974 FIREBIRD I ole ;
Baptist Church with Bro. AM/FM
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[; Charles Shul I
Dean Cassels officiating. In- ._ Transmission & Tape Air Condition gj
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Ccmtery withDe\VittC Jones Gregory Charles Slade, age ;.
Funeral Home in charge of 16, of Hampton, was killed $2995 S3895 ; '
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the arrangements. early Saturday morning in a rop0
truck accident on Florida" 221 c fypke7
north of Hampton. He was III DATSUN PICK-UPS J d
:Mrs. Minnie Ann tin born in Starke September 3, = :
1960. He was a student A/M F/M 6 Cyl. 1972.73.74.75 With
:Mrs. Minnie Austin age 91, (sophomore) at Bradford A/C Some Automatic :"tl
Automatic P/'S
County High School and was a
formerly of Houte 1, Griffis L 5'
Loop, Starke. died Saturday member of the FriendshipBible

evening in the Robert's Church at Keystone $3695 Fro1495! np H Personal D gmtyA
:Nursing' Home in Gainesville, Heights. Fair Living Wage
following a long illness. Bornin Survivors include his n SQRRV,
Clinch County, Georgia parents, !Mr. and Mrs. DonaldF. YOUkF AL MO"'
IU 1974 CHEV. VAN 1976 CUTLASS :i" NOT arras
March 17, 1885. she had lived ". Slade Sr. of Hampton; one INTERESTED/ IAIDINfi ,,,,err
in Starke for many years brother Donald F. Slade. Jr.. C20 SUPREME..a t
moving to Silver Springs six and one sister Kelley Slade, = Two Tone Blue
years ago to live with her both of Hampton: grand Q:: Automatic & Air Vinyl Top *'
niece, :Mrs. Rose Harrington. parents. Mr. and !Mrs V.J. Elect. Windows
Slade and !Mr. and Mrs. W.W.
She was a member of the u
Grace Baptist Church Starke. Williamson all of Hampton. : : a
Besides :Mrs Harrington, Funeral services were held $3695 $4995 A Chance To Be Meartl
she is survived by several !Monday, Nov. 22, in the
other nieces and nephews. Friendship Bible Church at 1973 OLDS VISTA 1973 FORD *' Job Security
Funeral services were held Keystone Heights with the csio.d
Tuesday in the DeWitt C Rev. Richard F Hoover CRUISER WG. PICK-UP *'
Jones Chapel with the Rev. officiating. Interment was in Elect. Windows. Locks
Jerry :Milton officiating. Santa Fe Cemetery near v-a Straight Slick *'
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Hampton Lake, with DeWitt
Interment was in the Arabia
Church Cemetery near C. Jones Funeral Home in

Homerville, Georgia. charge of arrangements. : $2480 $2250 : .

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gridders rolled 35-6 7.5 yards. Quarterback ball to Clark on the dive twice A Live Oak fumble put BHS Running back Junior Ivey In the fourth period BHS
over the Suwannee High Jimmy Prevatt, at full speedfor for three yards each time, and back in business at the ran the football in over right with sophomore quarterback I
Bulldogs in Live Oak to wrap the first time this season, threw a six-yard pass to tight Bulldog 35 with 9:23: left in the tackle for the Live Oak score Jeffrey Norman at the helm,
up the District 5-3A football ran for 108 yards In 11 carries, end Steve Earnest. second period. Seven plays with 3:41: left in the second drove 89 yards in eight playsto
title and end their regular averaging 9.9 yards. Fullback Big play came off the option later BHS was again in the period.Roberts'pass for a two score.
season 82.Scoring Jimmy Clark rushed for 60 when the Live Oak defense Live Oak endzone. QB Prevattset point conversion failed when 9 ,.
the first three times yards in nine carries, a 6.7 closed down on Prevatt, who up the TD when he ran 41 cornerback Erie Biggs,came Sammy Bennett ran 10 a
they had the ball, the yard average. carried the football well past yards around left end on the up to strip the ball from the yards for a first at the BHS 23. N
Tornadoes lost no time in The BHS defense held the line of scrimmage, keeper and had to be chased hands of Ivey In the corner. Carter ran 22 yards as he spun ;
gathering protection againstthe Suwannee County to 49 yardson drawing the Bulldog defenders down at the LO 10. out of two tackles to the 45.Ona t
passing threat of Live Oak the ground. The Bulldog to him. At the last Prevatt got the touchdown BHS drove 46 yards to the fourth and one,big Clark left
QB Tim Roberts, a fine passer passing game netted 127 yardsin minute,Prevatt pitched to his from tnree yards out on the LO 18 with nine seconds left in three Bulldogs In his wake and
who put the football in the air the first half when the trailing runningback, Kenny keeper left, running behind the half before LO defensiveend ran 19 yards to the Live Oak
25 times and completed 11 for Tornadoes had no pass rush at Aycox, who turned on his big Clark, with 5:58 left in the intercepted a Prevatt 25.
163 yards. all. Roberts could take his speed for a 52 yard touchdownrun. first half. BUS took too much batted up by another LO
Using its patented triple time until somebody was open Erie Biggs mishandledthe time setting up the extra point pass lineman.
option running game, BHS and completed eight of his 11 the snap on the extra point try. try. Penalized five yards, Carter went over right
ground out its three first half first half passes.In led 6-0 with 6:19: left in the BHS came a yard short ofa tackle and cut to the left on a
touchdowns on drives of 72, 80, the second half BHS defensive first period. tat LO first down on up its first 25 yard touchdown run with
and 65 yards to take a 22.0 ends Jay Godwin and BHS used the same inside I. Flr.t Downs 12 sion of the second half.posses-Carter 5:19: left in the game.
lead. They added two more Keith Carter, middle guard uYards .Shlh" Prevatt's kick was good for a
the football
TD's in the second half Kenneth and 13 Y.rd. Pulsing "I away on final .'
Cruger BHS of
on advantage
the next 1.71 PC+PA+PI 11.25.1 the first down of the second
outside option on
drives of 37 and 89 yards for linebackers Lawrence Patrick 2 Fumblu lost IIg third .
their 36 points. The Bulldogs and Jimmy Clark led a drive which covered 80 yardsin Yards P.n.III.d 10 portion of the period.On
Tornado rush which 10 plays. Clark charged off 2.3rPunt. __ .. Av.r.go I.U
scored in the second period on pass saw BHS ended the regular I
a 57 yard drive on which QB QB Roberts sacked four times right tackle for 17 yards and season 82. Live Oak
Roberts completed passes of in the second half and pressured Aycox had runs of 14 and 22 back to the eight,the snap was the third try BHS hung to 46. dropped
13,5,and 36 yards to set up the other times so he found yards on the pitchout, all off{ again mishandled and holder onto the football, with rain # a
down and drove 37 / rA ,a
drizzling ,
score from the BHS 4. it impossible to zero in on the option. Erie Biggs passed to Andrew \
The Tornado machine rolled receivers. Andrew Carter threw the Carter in the corner of the yards for its fourth touch
halfback under endzone. Carter leaned out, down. Aycox took a LO punt at
up 444 yards on the ground Live Oak's defense keyed on pass
with three backs breaking the Tornado running back pressure, to wideout Richard caught the ball one-handed fora the BHS 10 yard line. He .
Seer by .........
.handed off to Carter who
100-yard barrier. Andrew Carter and the divesof Hall in the Bulldog endzone. two point conversion. BHS ran :
Speedy Kenny Aycox led fullback Jimmy Clark. Both The ball was trown right on led 220. behind a wall down the left BHI U 1 1 34 ... .4
BHS with 122 yards in nine had to work for their yardage, target but was tipped away bya Live Oak came on for its sideline before he was hauled LO. 4 1 0 4 I ::. r >i '' ; .
rushes, averaging 13.6 yards especially in the first half. Bulldog defender. Aycox ran only score of the game just down at the LO 37, a 53 yard Scoring) :; ..:
per carry. Running back But that left quarterback the ball to the Suwannee seven before the half. QB Tim return. .. : ..'
Andrew Carter rushed for 112 Jimmy Prevatt open on the yard line before the last man, Roberts completed a 13 yard I) BHSAycon..Sl-yird run. .P- .bud -. '". .
yards in 15 carries, averaging option keeper around the Harrell Randolph, managedto pass to tight end Ricky Moore, .nip...kick fall.-,.
Prevatt, Aycox, Clark 21 .HIClerk. i-ywd run. BPClark
ends. The healthy Prevatt push him out of bounds. a five yarder to fullback Keith ran
used the Live Oak game planto dark crashed in from five Scott coming out of the back- the ball down to the six in five run.11 SH{. Pr.v.tt, yard run. IP-
Basketball LeagueRegistration good advantage, readingthe yards out for the second TD field,and a 36 yarder to Moore plays. Carter went over left Carter pall from .1....
defense and keeping the early in the second period. A to the Tornado four yard line. tackle from the six, runningover 4) LO-. Ivay 4-yard run. IP- patllallad.
Open football himself when the defense bad snap foiled the first extra Moore ran the seam of the a LO defender in the I) BHSCarttr. yard run. .p.Prev. BUS cheerleaders n-rl Sharon Crosby, Gale Shuford, and
went with Clark or point attempt but Live Oak zone between safety Kenny process,for the score. Prevatt ." kick. Brenda Roberts urge the Tornadoes onr
Registration for the Junior Carter.On was offsides. On the second Aycox and halfback FranklynBell. kicked for PAT for a 29-6 BHS 4) BHSCartar. 19-yard run. .p.
and Intermediate Boys the first touchdown drive try big Clark, 6-2 and 220 advantage. Pravatt KICK.
Basketball Leagues is currently QB Prevatt kept the ball pounds, crashed in for a two
under way, and has himself three times for runs of pointer for a 14-0 Bradford

been December extended 3. through 4,18, and 5 yards. He gave the. advantage. v- .... BHS Girls Finish 8th At State X-Country MeetFT. I

The Boys Basketball 1 \
League is sponsored by the '' cot LAUDERDALE The mile and one-half Cindy Griffith turned in the BHS runners finished fifth in "The two-mile distance will
Starke Recreation Bradford High's runners course was termed a good top BHS time, a 10:05 good for the state meet. help some of our runners,"
Department.Interested. finished eighth in a field of 16, cross country course by Coach 38th place in the individual Next season, girls' cross Coach Howard notes, adding
individuals, ages miligi p40IYmmU0 Class 3-A schools at the state Howard, who looked over the standings. country will be extended to a that she anticipates little
10-12 for the Junior and ages high school cross country track prior to the race with Ruth Hazen was 41st, two-mile distance, which problem in restructuring
13.14 for the Intermediate meet for girls here Saturday, her team. But, on race day the Virginia Crawford was 45th, Coach Howard terms "a workouts for the greater
League, may register at the Nov. 20."We course was crowded with Merri Ormsbee was 49th, whole new ball game." distance.
Old Armory, the Pratt Street didn't do as well as we some 127 runners, making it ---
Center or the Reno Center. had hoped," Bradford High difficult to run an even, steadyrace Linda Richardson was 51st,
Practice is scheduled to girl's cross country Coach back in the pack. Lynn Pierce was 56th and
begin Monday,Nov. 29,at 3:30: Melba Howard commented Rockledge High, the pre- Robin Schewda was 57th as REGULAR ELECTION
p.m. in the Old Armory following the meet. She said race favorite, captured the the BHS team finished 16th in
building across US-301 from times for her runners were state 3-A crown for a second the team standings. LAWTEY. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
Bradford High School. generally slow.Weather consecutive year.A While Coach Howard noted
conditions were Bay Shore High runner that the BHS runners defeatedall ,
less than ideal for long took individual honors with a competition from north
distance running, according to fast 8:35: time over the mile Florida, she was somewhat
Coach Howard,who noted that and one-half course. The first- disappointed with the fact thatno Signature of Elector
HOLIDAY I .4- J .o the team cooled off after the place finisher was better than Tornado runners placed in Initials of Issuing -
race with a dip in a nearby 30-seconds ahead of her the top IS individually. Officer
pool. "It was hot," the BHS nearest challenger at the The BHS girls have been at 84 A
from coach said.Dogs. finish line. cross country for two seasons No___. /J
now, under the direction of
S i ggeStions Coach Howard, and have two --------

G ft I.I Have Rending Problem district championships to (Stub No. 1)
their credit. Last year, the

Local dogs are asked to take
The special notice of the following REGULAR ELECTION
Letter To The Editor receivedby
"To: All Landowners of

Bradford County BENEFITSTo DECEMBER 7, 1976
"From: Deer Hunters of initial 1 of Issuing .-
For The Bradford County Officer

assist in meeting death expenses, there is No..________. i>
"This past weekend we hada a lump sum benefit In practically all cases where
ExecutiveInYour slight incident with a Brad- the deceased was covered by Soc al Security.This ------------

ford County landowner. He amount, $255.00. can be paid to the qualified A1 (Stub No. 2)
said the
next time
our dogs
surviving If there Is thento
spouse. no spouse
crossed his land, they would
Life have to know how to read. the person who assumes responsibility for the
posted signs. funeral expenses. CITY ELECTION

"We would like to know
where we can send our dogs to M. ARCHER L.F.D DECEMBER 7, 1976
school to learn how to read.

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I Tornadoes Meet Spongers- .. I Friday. In First-Round.. PIa v-Off., GameS I

optimistic. I think away threats. Fullback Fred direct They try to use their The Spongers are rated the and to then fifth ranked St
got a good shot," says Roberts, number 32, 195-12, is size on the line and speed in number 2 Class 3A team Augustine 13 6.
Tornado Coach David the power man, but can still the backfield to stick the behind defending state Everybody on the Tornado
of Friday night's beat opponents with the long football directly at opponents.The champion Ocala Forest. Last team is healthy, and ready to
battle with a strong, run Spongers run from the season the Spongers lost to play Linebacker Lee Casey,
Tarpon Springs Quarterback Mike power- I, the I- slot, and some Forest by two touchdownsafter who sprained an ankle in the
for the Region 3, Class Taslickis, number 12, 155-12, from a split backfield. beating the Tornadoes.The Palatka game, played against
championship. is a good signal caller who Super star of the Tarpon Tornadoes were beaten 14 Live Oak and can be expectedto
numbered districts also runs well and can pass Springs team is Ricky Hicks, .6 this season by Forest; last relieve Jimmy Clark some
home this year, so the when he has to. Tarpon number 22, that area's leading year the BHS went down 35. 20 at the linebacker post.
V Vr 5 Tornadoes will Springs doesn't pass unless it rusher with 1,459 yards. Hicks to Forest Quarterback Jimmy Prevattran
S ,iiU to Tarpon Springs to has to. The Spongers have a has a sprained ankle and was BUS, 8-2 on the season and better against Live Oak
the District 6 halfback pass when they wantto held out of last Friday's gamein unranked is the definite than he has all season and is
The two teams hit for a quick score which Tarpon Springs underdog, going into the play healthy this week for the
in Starke last year in The Sponger attack is easily took Dunedin 40 13. offs. BHS lost to only Forest Tarpon Springs tests .,
game of the state play
with Tarpon Springs T,Spgs, Wt. Pos. Wt. BIIS
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the Tornadoes 60. OFFENSE :* 't'rw' .;,w f''O'.w.: a. : ;;- yi -1'_"'. .;f;
excited about a chance Albert Craig 225 TE 195 Steve Earnest ; .
them again," said Kevin Toye 215 ST 220 Lawrence Budget 1-
Hurse as he and his James Nicholas 210 SG 192 Walscel Mines '* PORTS .*1
prepared game plans John Staurakls 260 C IM6 Jeffrey Jockel 1
night. Excitment of ClydeWurster INS WG 1115 IssacCummingsBobby .
coaching staff James Deganhardt 192 WT 205 Smith *' : : ,!""J
( e perceptible as they Tim WIlliams US S. 160 Jeffery Norman _- J' ,.
rlLL 6e- blocking 155 or Stanley Williamsl1lkeTsallckis I.
jha .. ) {lot' ,
L717 ri.w.Z 'I -
> 155 QH 170 Jimmy Prevatt r I'
Tornado defenders (I-r) "*** Russell, Wj; corlwb k E" Biggs. 12. looking forward to a .'red Roberts 192 F'H 220 Jimmy Clark :I, 'c.... I I
84, put the pressure Bulldog quarterback Tim Roberts, ballgame," says Roy Cole 165 TH 1115 Andrew Carter ::: __
completed 8 of 11 passes In the first half, but an Improved Tornado line coach Ted Theodore Watts 1110 liB-Pro 165 Allen Norman -,." ;j-
throwing quarterback to 3-for-14 In the second half. pass "This is where it .
Springs is a strong, Brady 210 SE IM5 Keith Carter
and big football Perry Purchell 230 ST 240 1\1arty Russell
simply runs over 1\1G 16M Kenneth Crugrr
Kitchens' Badcock's Meet The Spongers George Prodromitis 210 ST 1115 Roland Cummings
line is huge. The Gary Butler 195 WE 210 Jay Godwin
backfield has speed Wilbert Brooks 170 1\1 Ill: Charles Revel RADIOS
With) District Berth For Any member, George Sterges 175 SLIT 220 Jimmy Clark
Up the quarterback, is John Kantodiakos 185: WLB 1110 Lawrence Patrick
to go all the way at Larry Smith 165 CB 152 Erie BlIICI!: cMzQ24J
Starke's Roy Cole 165 SS 152 Franklin Bell 6&v
representative to been rescheduled as follows: touchdown we Intend to take the TheodoreWatla 180 FS 168 Kenny\coX
the District
Flag Football December -1:30: Merchantsvs. came on to them," the veteran James Dagenhardt 192 LB
Tournament will be deter. Country Boys and 3, Draw Hannagan to head coach states.
mined this Sunday when the Tite vs. Kitchens' Tile; second on an going to run the ball 4of : -;
current city league co- December 12 1:30: Kitchens'Tile Bill Ratliff .' +
leaders Kitchens' Tile and vs. Country Boys and 3 half score this year's offense we C
Badcock Furniture, meet Badcocks vs. Draw Tite; De- Watson to have beaten them last
head-to-head in a 3-30: pm. cember 19 1:30: Merchantsvs. Merchants This Tornado offense is
contest at the Southside Ele- Kitchens' Tile and 3, first score of as good as last year's, .q + + ".
mentary School athletic field. Country Boys vs. Badcocks. on a pass states. o
District tourney officials Flag football action last Thomas, but of the undefeated
moved up the playing date for Sunday afternoon saw less for the has been the great
the event, now scheduled to Badcock post five second half game.Badcock's. of the backfield, says
begin Thursday, Nov 2. at touchdowns in clobbering the defensive j
7:30: p.m. at Gainesville's Merchants 6718. Mike Sexton. +
Westside Field, forcing city Badcock jumped out to an just broke
recreation department flag early lead first touchdown '
on a period backs with their
football league sponsors to touchdown. pass 'from Tom way of a lot of long runs, PACE 143 With Antenna
juggle the local play-off date Hannagan to Steve Walker Hannagan to yards."
and rearrange the remainderof and were never headed by the Thomas and expects a defensive n., 0 0
the regular season games. Merchants. pair of similar to last R.t.II'160"t.t.6 0 "
Winners in district tourna- However, the Merchants Watson to 6 0 contest which v
ment action will advance to managed to keep the contest Springs won. Coach 73
the state flag football close in the early going, A second thinks it'll boil down to 1 PACE AM/Single PACE AM/Single 1
championships in Fort Myerson roaring back with scores following Kitchens' of how well the l
the weekend of December the first two Badcock Country Boys, lines perform. Side Band Mobile Side Band Base
11. TD's.A and will be or strong, side of .{ Transceiver Transceiver
Kitchens' Tile was undefeated Jackson Prevatt to Ricky later date.UC Springs offensive No. 10008
in city league play Johns scoring pass cut J read 225, 215, and No. 1000M SALE R.t.1I SALE
until the squad dropped a Zadcock's lead to 7-6 in the center Is 260. The R.tIl00 21000
recent decision to Badcock's, opening minutes of play, but is 185 and the right we- 16000 490"
the squads' records are now Walker snared another TD 192. The line is large,
identical for the current pass moments later, this time and physical.
season. coming off the arm of John Sponger backfield Ho StconJt limited Supply
The meeting between the Watson, to put the Badcock Take two speed
league leaders to determinethe squad up by eight 146. : Roy Cole number Under a hard rush extra point holder Erie Biggs!: hurriedly
district tourney repre- Prevatt again fired a TD and Theodore threw pass! toward the I.l\e Oak endzone which looked like it Terwillegar Motors
sentative will be the second pass to keep the game close. In number 20, 180-12. both would be out of bound! But Andrew Carter, whose arm Is shown ,
game of a twin bill Sunday at This time Donnie Thomas was have great above, leaned out of the end/one and one-handed the pass for a
Southside Elementary. The on the receiving end as the Union and are break- two point conversion for a 2J-0 BIIS lead. 206 W. Madison 964-7200
'i first half of Sunday's twin bill Merchants battled back to a
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Country Boys at 1:30: But, by halftime the in the Class
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I Tigers To Count On Strength To Stop Jasper's, Quickness In District Play-Of FridayQuickness r"

the according to Checking the defensive Walker,who works the middleof than 1,000 yards during the 2-A title hopefuls played a hitting contest in Jasper.
takes on strengthin Coach Roberts a Nebraskalook says opponents Roberts. The Japser running scouting report on Jasper'LTrojans the line on both offense and regular season play, as the pair of common opponents Game time is set for 8 p.m.
take on night
Trojans Winner of the Friday
Friday's first round ,running from back scored In a ,Roberts says look fora defense as the Trojan fullback Tigers turned a 7-3 season both downing Chiefland- the advanceto
offensively will
meeting post-season state sliced watchfor guard, is another mark. 6-0 and the Tigers 18- clash in Jasper
"but also mixing In sprint last year then 5-3" alignment but and nose ,,
"I-slot, next
the .
the regional play-offs
play-offs between Class 2-A He indicated the veteran of post-season play. But, Friday's 0; and Newberry, with the
and his in for the two-point changes.
counter-plays way v"
of wrinkle ;
lot ,Dec.3, taking on
Union a Friday
title hopefuls County going to the conversion in turning lastyear's Trojans shift, or mix up the Roberts says the Tigers off may see a new in Tigers taking a 7-0 victory, '
High of Lake Butler and when. necessary district champs defense several times duringa main asset will be strength in the Tiger offensive attack, while the Trojans were either Father Lopez or i I
Jasper's Hamilton County air.Quarterback Kevin meeting in a nightmare at game. "They like to go from the district play-off contest according to Roberts. The downed 12-0) in their season Wildwood.off will The be regional played at play-the' I I
High "3-3" the "5-2" and and Indicates head Tiger plans to use a game
Anderson,who wears number Lake Butler for the home town the to Friday opener. of the Father 'Ili..
At least that's the way offense occasionally come up with a out-muscling the Trojan front double wide-out formation "They are a much improveball home "
the Trojan Tigers.Trojan
Union County High head football 12, runs the "I," with Stanley quarterback "72" and "61" defense. line will be the key to Tiger club," Roberts says of the Lopez-Wildwood game ",
Coach Charlie Robertssees from McLeod, who scored the Anderson Is considered a Roberts says number 31, success in the first round of when necessary to open up the Jasper squad his team will winner.the Wildwood's favorite. 'j i
the Friday night Region and then ran the "good" passer by Coach linebacker Ells Sinclair is the. post season play. running attack. Alfred face Friday, as opposed to the are pregame
3,2A grid.contest to be playedin touchdown two-point conversion in last Roberts who says tight end 87 "best defensive player" on the The Tigers will stick to their Holmes, Union County High's team the Newberry Panthers met Wildwood in regular and Union season County play t r
Japser.Roberts checking his year's 8-6 Trojan victory over Arthur Anderson and flanker current Trojan squad. The 6-1 speedy split end,will be joined whipped\ in early September. this year, the Wildcats taking
the the Tigers in the district playoff back 20 James Walls are and 195 pound linebacker hada patented wishbone offensive by another speedster in Steve "It s going to be one heck ofa the first ever meeting between ,,
Hamilton scouting reports Trojans on at Lake Butler, is favorite targets on the pass big interception in last attack, which saw running Sirmones on the double wide- ball game," Roberts the two squads, played at II.
County is the team'sgreatest considered the "work horse"in patterns. Both receivers have year's district play-off backs Sam Jackson and Wilco out calls. commented earlier this weekIn Lake Butler, by a bizarre,
says quickness asset. He terms the the Jasper backfield. "better than average" speed meeting in Lake Butler. Warren combine for better During the regular season anticipation of a hard baseball-like 6.5 final score.Defense I
McLeod. a hard running 160 and are termed "sure Sinclair is one of seven .t
Trojans offensively and defensively pound senior, uses his 10-f lat, handed," according to starters returning from lastyear's "

an "extremely quick" team. loo-yard dash speed to burn Roberts. Jasper squad. Willie To Date ,
.. Credited With "Best Job" .f aIn
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r4 /' rumJ(! lLB{? Tornado Victory Over Bulldogs "'

r "I was very pleased with ry!
the over-all effort, with both
the offense and defense,"says
(] (!JaJUI@U win Coach his David Tornadoes Hurse closed of the 36-6 out

.... the regular season with over
the Suwannee County
r Bulldogs .
W "I thought the defense did a
TU truly fine job, probably its
best job of the season," says ; 1
,r'i- the Head Tornado after his
I eleven held Live Oak to 49
R yards on the ground and 127 in I
A the air.
"We gave up some passing f
N yards in the first half, but 4
came back in the second halfto
hold them to three
;, receptions," Nurse noted. The !
Tornadoes mixed up their
defenses well against the Live
Oak passing game, nurse
BUS linebackers were
committed to the pass rush
something the Tornadoes
seldom do, notes defensive coordinator -
Mike Sexton. He
ends Godwin and
credited Jay The Live Oak running game was held to 49 yards. Above. Tornado defenders l-r) halfback
Carter, middle guard
Keith Kenneth Cruger and line- Franklyn Bell number 22; monster man Charlie Bevel 211, and defensive end Jj> (; up fast to stop Bulldog fullback Keith Scott.
backers Jimmy Clark and
Lawrence Patrick with
rush Tackle Lawrence Budgetwas attack was almost non defense he calls the signalsfor
Wi MiJt Tki Ciitinl Rt jk At Wt e// -- Bit Tkt drill, Win Ctin Met At Ball getting from the up middle a good of the pass second right behind Earnest with existent Sexton noted. the front seven and is doing
one of his better games of the Both linebackers. Jimmy an excellent job of it.
Th/N-sight StiJ-HiiHiJ CimfiHlii TrliJr Cfufttt Art Am til 'III Yit fiifilrlnflf Chill quarter period BHS on. didn't In the have opening pass season, says Coach Jornov. Clark on the strong side and Sexton says.
"Over-all the offensive line Lawrence Patrick on the weak
rush Sexton said. offense did a good job," Jornov side did a real good job. Pat Jimmy Clark in the last
Si Miff ttntertmlliJ Tki Ctmfmln lI,,,, Cimtlnj firlrtt Ail Cimmii In Cm Tkif MliiiJ HjOtr executed The Tornado as good as it has all states. The line came off the rick is probably the most im three bullgames has. really
Coach Hurse. ball the quickest it has since proved Tornado ball plaerright come on as a linebacker says
Hni Whairi MINI \r", friiln, Art All WIN Editrt "..,111J,1 Flbt.Sfielil / Quarterback year, says Jimmy Prevatt the Macclenny game. After now, Sexton says Sexton seeming more at
off the ball home there
had his best game of the the lineman came Patrick is the quarterback on now
were blockingeffectively
Tktuki Ti All Than Cimfmlii MtmrtTkif Hilfrt Spear This SlllfCaiHtlitlon Osarst season executed Hurse the said.inside Prevatt and they the coach added. t1'.rtota.rataterPANELING

Tf Tlioii Who lut SIMS Slap, Oit Kiifrt Of, Hnt r",', Ciifitt Will Bi Kill Mittl outside season.veer Prevatt the best rushed he has for 108 all named Halfback the Franklyn defensive Bell back was of ( CENTER4'x8' I
Tornado coaches.
the week by
yards, his top performance of Bell came through with his II I
I the
the season on
best game so far, says Coach I
Winners off the
Our Super : I quarterback keeper Denny Hansen. '
option. Monster Charlie Revel and /

BARBARA HOLUNGSWORTH, STARXE LOTTIE MeCOLLUM., STARKE r' running fullback The backs entire Jimmy Andrew Clark backfield Carter and excellent safety Kenny games Aycox, also Hansen had I SHEETS JJ. / f I -

SHEILA STARLING GRAHAM (Hot Contacted) ., and well Coach Kenny and Hurse.executed Aycox.The ran backs well the says also ball says.the The second improved half pass came rush from in I 1 Prices f;' / ::1 j II I II

blocked the best they have all both better coverage and the Start At l/ //1

SAWYER.SLADE HEATING AND BALDWIN CHEVROLET-OLDSMOBILE season on the quarterback improved Oak quarterback pressure by on the the front Live I j I 1
AIR CONDITIONING "They were "cutting seven there,were Hansen several says.times He noted the I r i 1
linebackers down,
says quarterback had to eat the 1$299
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COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STARKE Aycox led Tornado rushing I
with 122 yards including a 52 open.End Jay Godwin was named
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Schofield Barracks Hawaii. designated and be heard. SARAH COVENTRY fInancing. .. are not In business to sell you lust any kind of

Trainor isa 1975 graduate of JEWELRY Special dl.counti .- - 5 .\.'reN filitl' nn """I 125 house. A home is a fong term investment and we
AND 00 Chr"tm. order.teke. FOR RENT FoR SALE MohUe lloowl'srta Coo D.'I, Estates SR 16. 2 l..m.1 $!I.tlllil. want customer to be with his
n.a.fnrrl..." v._ (_"nuntv__.__ _High...,.. _S.hnnl_u__.. .; 00... Coatad Bin 0. and auppII. OLIN'S MOBILE 011. from town. beautiful sincerely every happy
Harold Cola'oa. PbOD' 9647927 HOME SALES; Hwy. tOO W. brick home. 3BR. 2B. LR purchase. See us when house-hunting.
Each defendant Is hereby I 10(I ".... 115.11110. ----- ,
964-74184. 111183tpd &.rk.. 96+6608. trchc. L .
0. family and
required to serve written FOR RENT 12 't. -wid/ ,, room - NEEDED: Houses in good repair under 525,000. .
12/2 "kitchen central aIr & h..,.
3D A. 2 Mu
LEGRLSINVITATION defenses, if any. to said mobIle home outside city ALUMINUM WINDOWS Paved drl.. ,

Complaint on: HOMEWORKERS NEED. Umlt. 4-611. 0. 4134777tfchg ,. SIDI. hung .001 .010110. 36 - hog barn.nd concrete"llh slab electricwaler fr UNUSUAL AND HIGHLY DESIRABLE commercial .

EDlI500/Tho..ad? .,.flag I 8 18.50; 3D z 27 New blk. home 10 town farrowing pigs! $15,111111. I property consisting of a store and four lots

TO BID DUDLEY HARDY, County 'Dv.lope.. Fr.. ..ppUee. 111.541; 18 a 52 115.501 46 3BR. 2B. LR. CIH"'I\ - near Kingsley Lake.

Attorney Proven program Gueran- LOVELY MOBILE HOME a 52 127.00; MANY large garage. quiet area. 51.8 acresapproitimalely -----
Sealed bids and/eM' quotations OTHER SIZES. BARGAIN corner 10' Owner financed 3 BR 1 B comfortable home on
Bradford County teed? Rub stamped for MIddle. sgs co.pl. only 2111111' on '"
WIll be received In the office of 996 North Temple Avenue add..01 .a..lop. to: Progr.ssIv. 1125/JDootb. laq..lr. st Jo.- CENTER 3411 South tfnchg - 301 152Mq.\ II. 3 lilt 2 Cherry Street...You can wa Ik everywhere from this

the Administrator Bradford Starke Florida 32001 Eata.pr.. Dept.II. Lu Motel and Trailer Park 2 story frame house Intownone Bath County Hcsp.tal 922 East Call .. 1523 8'h AvenueNumber 00 3411 South TF/chg .,------ 01 the older ones. with 2 fireplaces la'K" -----
E. Oakland. Call- 141 a 241 PATIO COVER with plenty a. living. area.Sev.ral screened porch born A large beautiful home on two lots on Lake Paradise
Street P.O. Box 1060. Starke .in or before the 29 day of feints 94606. Upel 11125 Installed 11941; Uninstalled - beautiful ... In Keystone Heights..You have to see thIs to
Florida 32091 until 5,00 P.M., November A.D.. 1976, and file FURNISHED Large $150. Gator Mobile Home co.m..lellot. 00 p..lllr."un appreciate it.

December 18 1978; on the the original with the Clerk of the apartment wIth 1 bed.oom. Service. 5002 N.W. 13th St.. 301. -----
\"" \ "lIs:
25'. 128 North :
GUNS FOR SAI.E12' Church phone
A love 3 B. 2 B with CH&A and
- Green Acres ,
following: above styled Court on said date .t FIve Stsr Mobil. Hom.
1 only RaetOO8 Number AF. to show cause what right title A. 38'. sold at D.II.er'. 964-54127 .d.,.. 0.11125KITCHENETTES 9644107evenIngs. 312-9761.G.Io..UI. tfnchgFloriland Lake Butler. 3BR. brIck. A. lola Zipperer 9111 7151or I all the goodies..Separate garage, paved driveway,
DlacouDt. tlcq ltchg
Freezer a 3BR Bloc" 7"2.1.197' ; nice patio great neighborhood.
47.S2 Storage or interest lien
or you or any of you .
Equivalent. have In and to the property SOFA A. CHAIR SETS. onsal. All 3 BR-: I bath, block I'm'-' LAWTEr FI,. Neat 3 BR, 1 B home on Saratoga Heights with

described in said Complaint and at D.hm.r' Discount.tfchg .UlltI. Included, totslly constructIon. LR. Family 782 3806 swimming pool. Nice Neighbors and convenIent to

General specifications are to show cause, if any you have furnished, weekly. 0. month.ly Realty Room. 10 -to..a _- ,I.r.4 ..nO. _,. SL .. everything.Besset'it .
available upon request from the why said property should not be I .t... T..pl. Motel 880 9 acres pasture Iud -----

office of the Administrator. condemned for the uses and AUTOMOBILES USED North T..pl.. St.r.. Store Building. 541' OD 301 ....oo.bly priced just off Road attractive 3 BR, 2 B home with

The BradfeM'd' County Hospital purposes as set forth In the Phons. 96..7357. 11125 .tpel with antIques.- - SR 16. N.W. 01 'O"D. FORMICA CH&A LR, DR, large den and even an 4
12/16 - otlice..excellent location.
Corporation reserves the right to Complaint filed herein. If you fail 6 acres and tnller.
Very nice I.... 1..10. -----
1974 JEEP Wagoner 4.8 Sheets S600
and l all bids andlor
reject f any to do so, a default will be - -
Quadra 4WD 26,000mUes house 00 corner lot Ia town Home 8 business In the heart of Starke on 301 -
quotations eM'to waive any minor entered against you for the relief aute. air. PS clesa 5 acres with 3 BR. frame 3BR.2 baths C/HA.A large 500 Shoeta Available. Brick, CH&A..A chance of a life time.....Rea II.,
technicality or informality in the demanded in the Complaint. 15100. T.rwlllegsr. Moto.. PARTIALLY FURNISHED a boa... I"" ', think about this one and act quickly I
2 Bedroom bo..... No OLIN
- -
bids or quotations received. WITNESS MY HAND AND 206 West Madison phone - Tt -----
Bids will be opened during the SEAL of said Court on the 1 day 9647200. Itchg 11125 cbUd.1125/100..... Close to '0"0. 3 BR corner lot. sepsrate 15.241 ecre tracts hIgh land Just what you've been looking for Brick, 3 BR,
Phone 964-7521 dinIng room. 1 b.lb.lot. ofroom. MOBILE HOME Bath CH-A, LR, DR fully.
meeting of the Board of Trust- of November, A.D.. 1978. 00 paved road Graham 2'.2 family room
7:30: P.M. on December 16. qn! L- ..... Te..... equipped kitchen with dIning area, laundry room,
1971 FORD PICK.VP - - office, 2-ca. garage, and swimming pool.
1976. CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT .Ib topper and cattl. rack.V8 FURNISHEDAPARTMENT 2 ho..ee.. sell 00. 0. both. Large frame house 3BR 00 Give Yourself -----
COURT 1/2 ton. -op.od t..a... 3 large - corner lot 10 city very ,? Get your mone.'s worth I 4 BR, 2 baths, fully
Bradford County Hospital Cor. BY: Beulah M. Moody rsdlo heat.r. ....II.at .OOID.. Private entrance.Ga. 3 BR CB Central reasonable priced close to .4 Newer Look carpeted, CH-A, Brick, LR, DR. Kitchen, outside

poration DEPUTY CLERK condition 11600 0. best .. light. and ...t.. lIe.I/AIr. with "stov. and shoppIng .rea. city limits on one ac.e.
.alah.d. Inquire .t 603 E. 'rl.r.tor.
olle. Phoa. 782.3660 aftsr Sps' - -----
11/25 21ch 12/2 TFICb, W..blaloa. 11/18 ZtpdI - 1-3-6 acre homesit.s 4 Convenient concrete block home with 3 B R, 2 baths, "4
I/24 BuIldIng< Lots 10 ca,. Most' miiesN.W of Starke.. LR. DR, Florida room, central heat (ducted for
11/4 4tchg 11/25 d..Ir.bl. ..... ,
'51 CHEVY PICK.UP - air), double carport, utility room, and even a brick
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Needs mInor np.Ir.. Goodcondltlois. 2 BEDROOM HOUSE - Frame house Ia town 2 Bogrrll, all on two beautiful lots. Don.t miss this I
FLORIDA IN AND FOR THE Tracts 01 land for .....
nlci Va'lInloh.d. ---- -
1200. Phone 964- Very bedroom LR Kit.. FR.
COUNTY OF BRADFORD Too Lute To Cla8sif V 7761,11118. 2tpd 11124 Good re.id.ntlalneighborhood. - "ery n.aoa.bl. Are you a "do-it-you.selfer'" The Floyd Green
10 241 22
acres acro -
NO. from
: - -
3D home at 601 Call 8. Orange could be restored and bea
FOR RENT Nice _.11. 1974 F.250 Ford Custom high .bool. Coated .t 119 scres. acres 40acres. 3 8R. I bath block show place. ,

DIVISION OF .alob.d bo..... Good Plc"'op A..to. PS. V-8. N. W.lollt. St...... 11/18 .00.lr..tloa. corner lot. intown.

ADMINISTRATION. STATE OF lontloa. Pho.. 964.5142 orae4eoas. AM/FM 8 .ack. magwheel. TF/Chl_ _ - Update Your J JImage5. Cecelia T.
... Pearl Andrew. Terwillegar, Realtor
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF Itchg 11125 .100. T.rwlIIesr .Aaaoc - -
Moto.. 206 W..t Madison 964.7739'ER."lEP.ODOM GEORGE ROBERTS JR. 206 West MadIson Avenue Starke Florida
------ phone 964-7200. Itcbe 11125 fOR SALE \ R... Real Estate Broker ..
FOR SALEs Medium polat BegBrokerI PhoD.9647826npF. V m

Raintiffs O'Hu Shop pens. 19 .111.. FOR SALE DIamood nomSeiI .. I '- 9641701.WNGCIIA.MP Saturday A.M A contemporary V OFFICE PHONE 964.7776
1975 DODGE V
-Vs. "b.II.8D doua..Wb.a .. stereo, ..W iSifeiwitsoso letterhead can
per hit. wIth allY 0. HOME PHONE 964-5145
JAMES D. DIGGS et al.? vinyl top
6 dog. .sch doses we have ftKm .0. Debow. -
Defendants. b..yial ..'000 bllc..t. seats. make all sorts of
co.ta II.65. Buy IZ dozes console. AT. PS PB. AC.AMIFM ?. DiaaMmt. JVSTIN AND difference to :. cT -C, :

..01 th. price per doses I. .t..oo. $4,300.Phoo. WRANGLER BOOTS for a
11.50. Hey our p.o. sad 964-6348 0. 9647135aItjpm. 18mw and IIuIIdIqMaterial. the ..hol. .mlly. business.
TO SHOW CAUSE .... Tb. Office Shop 135 11/18 TF/Chg Reid -chassis. BIl\'iIloGTO':
Open Chevy
NOTICE OF SUIT W. Call St.. St..k.. Fl.. 22 feet long. good conditIon Our stock; over 1000 pairs (HHlli LLLiE. bLELLLtLvL Cadillac-Oldma.
01 boots.Our
32091 Phone 96-HI305. 22.000 mil... Phone 9644071or : Salcs&Servke
George Thomas Loaded 15.300. T.rwfllegar 964.7839. PIan.e OiOw's [ ,\6l''i( \ I'l FTheSrkctonQfUseI
- TF/chg
- -
Residence UnknownPARCEL Moto.. 206 West MadIson. 10,0." Lot 0.Our." guarantee. we offer Cart Tak..n Onn..lti''r..d

10J FOR SALE Typewriter ud phone 964.7200. Itcbe 11125 -FREE ESTIMATES the largest selection and 135 W. Call SI. I Bt' 11 C"hc Trol...
rIbbons Saturday. Remodeing RepsirsAddltbooa the lowest p.lc. 01 snyon.In Starke FIn l-ttate: Broker :!IIMII ,,".13 376-5301; )
M.chla. .t
AddIng 141.5 p.m. Clotb. shoes.toys. this .n. ,
If said defendants are living Cbr"tm. o.a..ata, II GVI'E.SVILLEFred :
The Ofll. Shop.MOTORCYCLES "'ow.JIouaIIt .'" !!''v"'" (0' ; '
and if any or all of said HOMES FOR SALE .tc. 4 mIles. north 01 Stork.on Sold -TradedACREAGE Try u. You will like us.CARRADINE'S SllckNt _ _ _ _
defendant or defendants are 301. Look for '.D.. ltpdI Broker
V ha Fit M.V Itlllll...
deceased the unknown spouse I/25 FOR SALE J&RAUTO U.S. ::11)1 I

heirs devisees grantees :NEW: hOME<< : Keystone 9IJ.U853. LEATHER SHOP llamplun .Fla.. Enzym.- Mln.ral
other ,Area Jest completed. 3 ELECTRONIC ORGAN -
creditors lienors. or
through Bedroom 2 Huh tI.: heat 8AIr. Sllv.rtone. with 010-11"011" HW/Io 3Vl Soulh. L.'e. Florida SALVAGE Phoiie 11/1-17;/ : ::1 'DII All CATTlE
parties claiming by FOR SALES 1972 Hoacla35D.c. Convenient locatIon. self home study co...... Ideal Stark.I' I mIle south
under eM' alJd.nst. any such GOOD SHAPE. $375.call Adam. 473,20511 0. 17:1.40711.: for beginner. StIll under Phone 782-3400 Located on Hd. 121 tfndlj.l 111-1 A,.. R.,. '''-6971

deceased defendant or nO/ch. ".".0" Ilk. n.w. with
964-8741. tfchgSUZtKI
bt'h\t't'n Halford and 11 25 131o2 '17
defendants if alive and If dead bench 1250. Phone 964-6480

their unknown SpOUSe heirs ----- after 5 p... Upd 11125 MOBILE HOME L.] Lake Butler

deIIi&ee8, legatees grantees. : OF STARKE 2 BEDROOM TRAILER _ ijII :'%OWE<< :\;
other Your .tb..Ia.d SuzukIdealer. 1971 Concord 12 .641. large l"llt<< nl'sl.ESS
creditors lienors or GARAGE SALE Antlque. PARK OLIN'S SUBDIVISION
..at..1 heat/air. .
Phoa 96-410241. 16441 livIng rooa. :\I..chanlcal "ork
parties claiming by, tvaugh.! 'unlob.d.aofroat .. sewing ...hla.. ."
such S. .Ia..t 1301 South ID c..pet.d. hospital bed bicycle. faa. Used auto pal'l" ,
under I. u.dta
or against any washer CIty '
deceased defendant or .!!'!.!:.,...}! L___ coaD.ctloa..Irl.to.Phone 964.5447. sad lots mo.. FrIday and warn 10 Brudtard s.-. nurnint'hlinK/ Olln's SubdivIsion 'a Acre Lots. 3D. Per month.

defendants. and all parties ---------- Saturday. 10 until sundown OrDi$30PerMontb nu%s junk car"Ooon Water And Sewage Furnished For Information
407 C.nt.r Str..t. ItchgI

having eM' claiming to have any MISCELLANEOUS HOME.p.re.eata A. OFFICE, 11 rooms- 0. .two 3 I/25 I _ _ _ Call Mark Olin. Ollns Mobile, Homes Sales
right title, eM' interest in and to Mondayrr.day
the described in the baths. uw earp.t lsrgs lot. All City Conveibooce.Ffr. earn 5pm.Sat Hwy 16 W 6 Morgan Ad No Pets Please
property ,\I.L TYPES SETS m.d. .t clo.. to school. church TRAVEL TRAILER ..PO&O Protection, I. m Noon
ComplaInt, to-wit: UUn Mobile 110m. 50 c.aleea.h b.a.. post .0k.. 426 North Sac rt'lc. by 0"0" 1976 CIte C...w.tor.....Sewer Cla..d Sun d.., .964-5606

STATE lIigh., 100 Stark.I56IJ Walnut. phone 964,53941. model 28 feet beds. .I'-coa- Jo-Lu Motel Only Lic. & Bonded Mover Living In
SECTION 28506-2601 11125 tamed twin factory
3'pdZ9 F--I
ROAD (Pleasant Grove Road) !%'_. '! l rVIrhg.: .Ir. msay .at.... S.. aay- Bradford Co. -r po
BRADFORD COUNTY time at Jo-Lu Motel 301South. 964-8810 TAUTO? Wen Drilling


OF WAY SlIcc..1 11.10' for people Locat.d.t 326 N. Cb....,. 2" thru 6"
..ho want t. helpth.m.eIvS.
REPAIRS Fast Rotary V
16,500. Call J.E. TomHnaosa1961 Werlltier wIth percussIon
.. M..IIDI'Tb..ad.S..Dd.
That part of: .7050. 11/18 .gceUent condition ....ID..t1101.b.
Begin, 992' West of the ., .t 8 p.m. 1212 3tchgV 800. Phone .75.2411. BODY WOAK PAINTING WINDSHIELD LEAKS Drilling Equipment
964-57419. 9645434.4734I86.1I49t30. % DISCOUNT ON NEW WINDSHIELDS
Phone 50
Northeast comer 01 Northeast 11125 Ztcbg. 12/2 STATE LICENSED
1/4 of Southwest 1/4 thence An Work Guaranteed

South 100'; thence West 100'. HIGH WANTED GARAGE SALE 51. W. BOBBY'S BODY SHOP

North 100'. East 100' to point of EARN SCHOOlDIPLOMA YOUR by W.ldoa Frklay sad Sat. Laura Church Road Phone 964.7883 Ppdz.- Pumps Local manufacturer of boys' clothing

beginning Section 18. tb. GED t..t.. WA1'MEfl, Used .. ...- urday al day Choose from

Township 6 South Range 22 t."ID for '110 GED stars.....h....ud ".10... Ia "luggage. curtains. blInds. and blazers is
A9pUC.tIeSI ( vests
) seeking
East Bradford County. Florida, t..,. 5r. beleg takes. .t the good CODdlllo. Call Dab- maay others. ltehg 11125 New & UsediSalesPartsService ,

of and within A... mere D"c..a'. 964.7923. If. J
Lying Southerly BradfOfdESI'
40 feet of a .urvev line described ,oc.IIOD.I.T.cbalcai C..ta. L. K. Edwards III & Assoc.6NOW applications for key personnel.

as follows? : The d.adlIDe I. December 3. WANTED; Farm Ralph Bryan SERVING YOU IN THE E-Z TermsPlumbing
BegIn on the East line of Phoce 964.1150 co.struciloa ..iacheqiIp'Ve'bides. Real AREA
E. Estate fJ Only those with a minimum of fiveyears'
Section, 18. Township 8 South tro 1.10 ... L. us ..1 your
6-9 .
Range 22 East, It a point D.ceiab.r ... surplus for ,... 0'.0 Starke Office I
sod D... 10 Itom 8.30. -4p DON'T DELAY "".'0.

2.601.40 Southeast feet Corner Northerly thereof from; run the .:! ._ !.!!!.! "". .!.!!!:L Mosday. 8. Nsrthssst Ihu'u S.t..d.Florlds 8:30t. : BUY TODAYSY / .5142 experience in sample making

thence South 89 degrees 34'32" AVON CALLLNG To buy irAve. _II Eq.ip..a' A.ctloa. VS.I1. .urcbole.ofSto26Saer.. Melrose Office 475.1269 New Installation

West 653.57 feet to the .. Cell 75 -28m ... wyIt.IA North G....' Ceve SprIng.. North .1 Lawt.y L... down Keystone Office 473.2669II and/or supervision need apply.
284-6971. tichgPERSONAL
of concave t'lyat P.O.Bog W: Lilt.CM psymeal tip t. 241 years t. pay Remodeling
beginning curve
a ,. f1orIdD. lScl., 05 bal..... 8R House is 1 acre. Owner IIa.acad. 11.000.00 down Apply in at
cc as 5 Ce. call _.. C Repairs

I SERVICE 1 te 10 - -
Portable HOME acres Off 8R 100
NEED IMPROVEMENTS OR S..dI HIgh ud dry Low 110' 170' lot with will. Good locatIon. J..., eat o. to..a. IDurrance I VOGUE MANUFACTURING
dews - -
DONE F. payes Easy monthly
Utility Sheds REPAIRS ....01.1.. HANDYMAN AU him.repelri to.... Commercial property with. .pp..Im.t.l 5000 feet floor OFFICE
IIr.pIaUS. .. _. i.t.rl.r sad. ....c. In dawat.wn Starke. T.... orr..d.I PUMPS & SUPPLY
..1..110... lI.dI.. I
I 81(1617S0 .Io.lor. B..od.IIo. house : CALL "T" L..01 on Highway 100 S from 9 a.m. to
r'ealporti ........ M.. I ,
8.,6 Finished Inside 1810 gsralei..sail M..... GrUIIi. ......I.' sad ..Iatl.,. I A.U.. 8R; Iur.I.hed ..-..: fee ;'; Good location.VC1l. COMPANY I
..,..It.... fir -- --- V I I 3 .
Insld .73-rtDIt.: ....! L.-..... .:Sp..I.1. .. .... ... : ;;; ;: 864 p.m. only.
I 10.,2, .77S" Finished eeuler .IU.....' F.Pb. ne.sta ',R.uF1rBRA N IIMI. roadyto b., er ..U. I 'Temple Ave. I -

I 8.,0 Finished 15"5 V ; 'P4AMt' BRAND' ." ... .... 964-8Ml m &oItar9N8'1M. s.... 8..... Associate STARKE BRANCH I Starke : Salary Negotiable -
after 5 .... for l..dlate ... .. Paid
aWIt.VaSAb Vacation
... III.IS .
HOME WATCHES- upat 11/18 U" Ire.. Faulkser. -'A..t. 208 W.tor S,. HOlidays
I 'ta.'Io. 4tebg
OLIN'S D.IIa..'. D"c...'. tic'' 100 P..I Faulka.r. Amoolati Starks. Fl..32091 I 964-7061 I 2Tchq 11 18 tI/24

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Pagel TELEGRAPH November 23,1978

editorial ) Old Masonic Hail Used As School HouseholdBut

I ..._._. Hotline

Let's Pause, And Be ThankfulAS Destroyed By Fire In 1898

by Becky G Ibl g
Thanksgiving approaches, many of the vilest scandal in this country's Back in the days before tele- humdrum routine of life in Florida Semi Weekly $13,000, and electric light purposes Phone 964-6354
vision and movies, fires were those days. Advocate, a newspaper $5,000. They will
us thinkof
are probably tempted to merely brought down president and
one of the chief entertainments The burning of the Masonic published in Starke at that mature in 30 years at six per
it as a day off from work, a day to almost all the men in power around him on the local scene. Not Hall here in 1898 was one of time: cent interest. One of the most-asked

watch all the football games or a day of followed by the takeover by a new that they were "fun" to go to those exciting events and was MASONIC HALL BURNED PHOTOS IN TENT questions during the Thanks

good eating. It's too corny for us to takea president.It but they did provide some reported as follows in the One of Starke'Oldest The Hoover Bros., popular giving Holidays is..WHATCAN
moment and consider the special excitement In the otherwise August 25. 1898 issue of the Buildings Goes photographers, have erected I DO WITH LEFT OVER
Up In Smoke their tent on the courthouse TURKEY?" Here are some
the has for all of But all without
message holiday us. happened violence
The Masonic building, one square, and are now preparedto ideas you may like to USE:
taking that moment will make you feel without bloodshed and without a step's THANKSGIVING 1976 of Starke's oldest landmarks, take first class pictures.

better than anything else we can bring missed in the conduct of the was burned to the ground last LIGHT PLANT TURKEY CHOWDER

recommend. nation's business. In almost any other Tuesday morning. The first Councilman F.R. Morgan
country on earth, such a crisis would \. alarm of fire was sounded informed us Tuesday that the 2 slices bacon, chopped; V<
about 2 o'clock and in city "daddies" were chopped onion, 1 cup
When the celebrated a very cup
Pilgrims the have made for a bloody and destructive with several
few minutes the fire depart-- corresponding diced celery, 2 cups potatoes,
first Thanksgiving, they were revolution.In l ,l ment was on hand and doing electricians with a view to 1 cup diced cooked turkey, 2
acknowledging their appreciation for the L everything in their power to securing a good man to run cups turkey broth 1 cup whole

basic things in life: food, shelter and the fact the true nature of the LET $ save the building, but the and manage the City Electric kernel corn, 2 tablespoons
r Q @ flames had gained too great a Light Plant. We hope the chopped parsley 2 table-
promise of freedom and in have 5f/AIn
happiness a scandal may never even emergedin f <1 TIIIMI 1E: I headway to cope with them. Council will be successful in spoons flour 1 cup milk, salt
new land after months of struggle. another country. For it was one << The hose was handled by securing a man to run the and pepper.
Those basics are the very things we all newspaper that continued in spite of a A.E. and W.L. Wall and Dorce plant as we are sadly in need Place bacon in fry pan over

take entirely for granted--most of us never-ending stream of governmental Adams, who deserve special of lights. low heat. When part of the fat

have never lacked for these things, andcan't denials and threats, to print the dimen- mention for the bravery they TOBACCO COMPANY: has cooked out add the onion.Continuecookinguntil .

conceive of what it'J to lack and sions of the crisis. Had this been some- post displayed so faithfully.The in sticking. to their Several ORGANIZED of our prominent soft and bacon Is brown.onion is

struggle for them. where else, the paper would have had its Masonic hall was built business men came together Meanwhile cook celery

printing press confiscated and the reporters about 20 years ago and was yesterday for the purpose of potatoes and tukey in broth
It's hard for Americans to believe that spirited away. But our freedomof used as a school house, and forming a company to buy until the vegetables are

even middle class families in other speech is a guaranteed right and it used to stand where the Starke pole-cured tobacco from the tender. Then add corn cooked
Institute is now. When the new farmers. The officers of the bacon, onion and parsley.
countries enjoy nothing approaching the cannot be taken away by the government school house was built, the Starke Leaf Company were Blend flour with milk and
life style of the average U.S. worker and no matter what the government hell was moved back on the elected as follows: stir into cooking mixture.

his family. Our medical care is the finestin thinks of what we have to say. COI next block and was enclosed in Col! W.T. Weeks, presidentand Cook about 15 minutes longer,
the world, as is the variety and brick. It was then rented to the treasurer; N.T. Ritch, stirring occasionally. Seasonto
Masons who used until vice president, W.H. Haynes, taste. 6 servings.
of available make it it
quality to
goods our We just need to watch the evening was destroyed secretary, and E.H Mulder,

lives better and easier. news filled with the hate wars in The hall was valued at assistant secretary- ASPARAGUS TURKEY"

Belfast and Lebanon, to appreciate our something over $1.000, and manager. ROLL
But of much value of
more course, are
This season only Sumatra
freedom of worship here. Although reli-- was insured for $350. Every-
the non material things that separatethis tobacco will be bought. The
is in this thing in the building was Wrap a slice of cooked,
country from the also-rans of the gious prejudice present burned. No one has the least farmers will be paid for their white turkey around several

world: freedom of speech, freedom to country every man has the freedom to idea how the fire started. tobacco in stock of the spears of asparagus. Use a
worship as he chooses. Some think it was started by corrpany, which will be took pick to keep the roll to-
worship as one pleases, freedom of
rats, and others think it was transferable.The gether. Cover with turkey
movement and free choice of our And lastly, we all have so many the work of an incendiary. following three gravy.

government.It personal things to be thankful for--our merchants have declared
/mss Other Interesting items their willingness to trade said TURKEY TETRAZ7IM
families, our jobs, good health, lives to fpu"pin -
stock for merchandise J.G
has been popular, of course, to be looked forward to instead of a gleaned from the Advocate
issues of 1898: Alvarez, W.B. Haynes Co., 1 pound spaghetti, 1'z cups
ridicule our government in recent years. struggle for existence. So take a FOR SALE-One first class and J.W. Hodges diced celery, 1 cup diced

True, emotional excesses by both moment this Thanksgiving to stop and Electrical Telephone in good LIGHTS ARE ON: green pepper, 14 cup chopped

government and citizens during our consider how fortunate we all really are, working order, which cost Monday night the streets onion, >x pound mushrooms
turbulent Vietnam war era were a cause and that peaceful, feeling is not far County Agents By when new $35. Has not been and stores of this city were (fresh or canned), ni cup
easy used over six months. Applyat once more under the glare of butter or margarine, '14 cup
for alarm. several
But only years later. behind. BobbyTaylor I ? this office. the electric lights, and the flour, 2 cups milk, 'a pound
Notebook i.
TURPENTINE PLANT plant is now in splendid order sharp cheese, grated; 2 tea.
. '.- In a recent interview with and running every night. Mr. spoons salt, '14 teaspoon
BHS Baud Gets The Job Done ... Elarbee & Co. turpentine W.L. Wall of this city, has pepper, 1 tablespoons VI or-
Phone 9W-6554 i operators whose plant is charge of the plant, and he chestershire sauce. its to 2

situated in East Starke, we gives entire satisfaction.. The cups diced cooked turkey '14
Bradford High School Band members tion, this fine effort is all the more Farm-City Week ammonium nitrate, de- gleaned the following Council informs us that the cup Sherry, if desired: '14 cup
really got the job done, as the saying worthy of some good words. The hoursof November 19-25 pending on how much information Mr. Ellarbee has plant will be run regularlyfrom grated Parmesan cheese.

goes, last Friday as they put in back-to- playing and marching practice put in You have probably heard applied complete at planting fertilizer time. you 50 men at work cutting boxes now onSM.ILLNX Cook spaghetti according to
back performances at the University of members and their advisors and is continually enlarging : RUMORS: package directions. To
by faculty and read that this is National Call or come by your County
his force. He has had erected Dr. EL Stewart, county sauce, cook celery
Florida Parade in Gaines- prepare
Homecoming does not go unappreciated. Farm-City Week (November Agent's office in Starke if you
some 15 houses in which his health officer, offers $25 green pepper, onion and
ville and the Tornado-Live Oak football 19-25)). You might have have .
wondered questions or problems.FORESTRY laborers live, and has also a reward for the arrest and mushrooms in the butter until
game that evening. They add color and flavor to football why you have not seen handsome house which he conviction of anyone cir- onion is just transparent. Add
games and other activities and we're or heard more local activities occupies. culating false reports of a con- flour and blend well. Add milk

Coming on the heels of its "straightsuperior" sure many join us in saying "Thank since. we are an agriculturalarea. PAPER DISCONTINUEDThe : tagious disease in Bradford such as all at once, cook, stirring con-
Hampton Tropical smallpox County. stantly until uniformly
rating in marching competi- Of I to tell
You. our
course. try Paradise has been discon- :MUST BE WEAL! IIV thickened. Blend In cheese
agricultural story throughoutthe IN BRADFORD COUNTY tinued at that place. Editor WANTED: : To correspondwith salt, pepper, Worcestershire
year to the public and our by Richard Schroeder Newbern will move his plant a young lady of wealth. sauce, turkey and Sherry. Stir
. What Happened Dec. 7,1976 ? business and civic community and outfit to Georgia where he Florida girl preferred. until cheese is melted. Heat
through meetings per- Phone 964-6554 will start a new paper. Address Drawer M Starke. just to !>serving temperature.
sonal contacts with these
BONDSVOTE Fla Serve hot
over spaghetti
The year is 1996 and Joe Blow is all could tell officials and planners what he folks. I also try to relate the PLANT;; YOUR YARD FOR WATERWORKSThe SIII'IUiGl.nlliE: : : Sprinkle Parmesan cheese on

set to make his dreams come true. He's thought of the land use plan and make attitudes and feelings of the TREE CAREFULLY City Council voted Mr Ed"ardllddleton.: our top. If desired place in 13x9 x

been saving money for over 20 years to suggestions for them. urban community to .our unanimously to call an popular liveryman has a new 2-inch pan and bake at 3":>o
start the small business he's always farmers in the same way.I People enjoy the beauty and election for October 18,1898 on horse shearing machine. It is degrees for 15 to 20 minutes.
I believe do have
we appre- comfort of a large healthy dandy and does not hesitate
wanted to run; he's even bought the We wish he'd bothered to come by and ciation and consideration of shade tree. Just one works issuing .in_bonds the for amount__a__ water-_. of t a o ma k a the 'u rOO", fl y. servings.Makes approximately IS cups! t sauce1N I 24
land, and he's all ready to go. meet Sam Mutch of the North Central each other by these groups. ornamental tree can save the

Florida Regional Planning Council, who One good example of this is owner money for cooling billsin I HOMETOWN AMERICA;
in annual
All of a sudden, though Joe discoversthe would have said the same thing to Joe he participation Bradford County Fair our To me the summer and add
to the value of
significantly an
missing link in his chain of plans-- said to everyone else: this is the best time to exhibit residential property. I I I

back a long time ago, they came up with this appreciation and concern, Quite often, however, I see NOME FOR THANKSGIVING -
this thing called a land use plan. This and I will encourage our disappointing results from

little plan says the area Joe has in mind "This is your plan. Tell us what you farmers to participate in the people who have tried their / WuRRV up! .1TURKEY'S

for his business should be saved for want" We wish Joe had gotten involvedin have Fair even the more than they skill at home tree planting. a 140W AVE
in past. Either the tree is stunted DONEE
residences. the plans that will help determine his This is the season, however, deformed, or is the wrong tree or I = G VV I
future way of life. for us all to be thankful foreverything for the wrong place and _

"That's the government for you," says that we have and actually creates more AT TABLE %,
enjoy. Our farmers should be than PONT & 5Q iii _
Joe bitterly. "Always telling you what Looking back, we see very clearly that for nuisance pleasure.The Lucy- WAIT GRAN'MAr
thankful not only being
can and can't do." almost no one turned out for the two winter is the time to TI.LTMINGSARE
you able to produce abundantly,
plant trees for the best PA5SEP! ,,
public hearings in November 1976. But but they should also be thank- results,and if you follow a few I J I
We wish Joe had been paying attention our crystal ball is not clear on what hap- ful for all the other con- simple suggestions this year

back in 1976 when the city was pened Dec. 7, 1976. That was when the veniences that have been you may be able to greatly 1 f% '

drawing up its Comprehensive Land Use final land use plan was being discussedby made The available business to communityand them. increase your chances for NOW MIND, _

Plan. We wish he'd been at some of the city council..we're not sure what the general public shouldbe success.Before deciding where VouR REMEMBER DIET,

those public hearings they held so he happened at that meeting.... thankful for our abundanceof want to plant a tree, look over you I I WALE O ELMER I
food at reasonable prices so your yard for possibilities. A PIE! ;
they may also eat well and tree planted too close to a .. ''t GOLLY
. For A StatetrlIe Legislature have the conveniences of our house can cause problems to MOM- _
modern-day society. both the tree and the building.If I'Mr4PVEO
you want to plant trees on !
In an interview with United Press burg) each have nine; Orange (Orlando) your property line, rememberthat I I

International this week, the Republican and Broward (Ft. Lauderdale).Palm they won't be small
:Minority Leader of the Florida House of Beach have six and another Broward Speaking of food. I have forever. Plant them far
lot of winter I BET THIS
seen a gardensthis from the line 14
enough to
l Representatives, Bill James of Delray County district has five votes. This is year. Most of these have away TH' BIGGEST FAMILY
Beach, said next year's legislature is of 120 and the mustard and prevent your neighbor being po iTcTRTsS ,n. GATHERING IN '. If
seventy-three votes, out turnip greens. inconvenienced later by the ryAVE ,
likely to shape up as a rural vs. urban arithmetic from there is easy. Some greens are light yellow tree's protruding branches or I M lS f I II
battle, with south Florida legislators colored even though fertilizerwas roots. ALLTNESE ,, ,e 'TN' OAVE0.
applied at planting. / i
voting with Republicans and blocking But we think a pre-planned voting Lining a drive with MA> RUN APICTURE
Generally, a pale yellow attractive flowering trees is ?
plans of the Democratic leadership. bloc is a bad idea just as bad as the days color instead of the desired nice having to cut them back ,I ,.

when rural porkchoppers dominated the green signals a need for more every year because you / II a +MJ
James said the urban legislators are legislature. The state's representativesshould nitrogen However, it is possible planted them too close is not. I I 70 ,4 I

concerned with transportation, pay differentials be concerned with how legislation ,among other things that Coordinate your planting i' e' "AM

for state employees working will affect the state as a whole, and the they are planted too closely in location with the species of N"rlnq
row. Broadcasting seedson have -
tree in mind. Low
in large counties, equal-opportunity job not solely on whether it will benefit their the bed surface without the spreading you trees like Redbud -

programs and getting their share of district. While working on and voting proper thinning will usually and Dogwood have different Home for Thanksgiving

water resources from rural counties. only for programs that benefit a produce too many plants for space and sunlight requirements I I I

member's own district may make it the row. than the pines and "I'll be home with the folks for Thanksgiving :.
Researchers have shown
There's no doubt that if they voted easier to win elections, we don't think that color in turnips fertilized create cedars. more Some problems trees seem with to Lucky is the city-bound person in whose. grateful heart

together, this coalition could decide any it's very good leadership or with nitrogen is reduced by in- septic tanks than others, some that phrase begins singing in the first. .sere days of m.
piece of legislation. In next year's statesmanship.State creasing the seeding rate. So trees prefer more soil vember!

legislature, the nine largest urban areas even though there was moisture than others, etc. I.1 NoI I
A traditional American .
day likewise.
in the the Thanksgiving
nitrogen tops !
comprise more votes than all the other officials, whether elected or appointed green Consult a reliable source of .
color was faded when plantsare information about your truly family day when one longs. to be with his
areas put together. County, homeof or whether from Miami or Mulberry too close. Crowding .
:Miami and its suburbs, for may particular species before you kith and kin-and with them bear witness. to the --
accounts 29 should get together and work in also be keeping the sunlight plant.
votes; Hillsborough (Tampa), Duval the interest of the entire state, not just from the leaves where it is Even after you have decided bountiful blessings. of God.

(Jacksonville) and Pinnellas (St. Peters their home turf. needed to produce green in the what to plant and where to I Christmas is. endurable somehow lo the cities'. family I

leaves. plant it, you have to get that less for there is a certain and
A -OUNTIt-UL-- -- ----- -- One further possibility is the sparkle gaiety in the dec
tree successfully
We must see to it that bountiful harvests will continue to be11.1H'EST kind transplantedthere orated .streets and and
source or of nitrogen to call your planting a .. shops u wondrous spirit embraceseven .
the rule for many Thanksgivings to come. used in the fertilizer. For success. The most common the loneliest stranger. -

example, organic fertilizers error I see in this regard is
oRto need warm weather to de- trying to place the tree in a I But the city streets are empty on Thanksgiving( ( Day as
+ N compose and release their hole inadequate for the root the fortunate ones seek the home hearth and kindred I
p fSINCE nitrogen into a form usable by the
system. leaving hapless unattached to bleak
N w: iitp4 the plant. Likewise, some "Dig a ten dollar hole for a restaurant "Spe
AaWE cial Dinners and
the hope that
MtMerrO forms of inorganic five dollar tree" is one way of next year 'Til be
such as ammonium putting '. rootsplenty with the folks, for Thanksgiving .,
lot loosened
must undergo chemical soil In I
; BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER change before the plant can which to grow until it can 1home
use the nitrogen.
Publishers regain its strength and beginto A THANKSGIVING PH YEIC
So. if your turnips or .
and shove under- -
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at btarki.cla. under mustard are pale and push .A
Actof March 3, 1379 consider thinning if they yellow are, ground for its root space. We pray that we of thit generation Hill (have
Pack down the soil around the as
Subscription rate in trade area $7 : $4 six months.Outside .
per year
planted too closely, or add to air great and resourcefulness
roots just enough keep I courage
trade area $8 per year: $4 50 six months additional as our Pilgrim
Phone 964 6305 Starke, Fla. choice of nitrogen nitrogen.should The be possible from drying keep them seedling out, and moist If forefathers to flolv..Oth.. problem of today. I

either nitrate of potash or during the first few weeks. .- -- - --------

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I Dolores Meng this trip. Mrs. Riddick may be
Phone 468-1913 reached at 468-1918 for order

SCHOOL NEWS B} Miss ElUabvth Terry I Nov 14 Mr. and Mrs. President; Mrs. Cathy Gift certificates entitling ing these items.
Phone 784-T.100: Jacksonville on Wednesday Deepest sympathy of the Gerald Adkins met Mr. Williams, Treasurer and Mrs. students from 5th and 6th Carole Shield's sixth grade
The Lawtey Southside Dolphins Fort ; night.: community goes to the familyof Adkins' brother and sister-in- Elaine Smith, Secretary. grades to enjoy a free meal at class was awarded the $10
defeated Lauderdale, will drive in Mr. and Mrs. J.C. law McDonald's In Starke prize for best representationof
Tye Gregory! Slade who died in Mr. and Mrs. Don Adkinsin Principal Connie Clerk were
?, ,Elementary last 18 week.- 13 A in flag Henley Sunday of, and Mrs. Pansy attended the Thanksgiving an accident; early on Nov. 20. Leesburg. They enjoyed a thanked the PTA group for awarded to the following for parents at this meeting.
;. football Williams pass Missouri; Springs, Supper at the Grace United Our prayers are also with delicious dinner shopping and their cooperation in makingthe their efforts in selling
; from Anthony to will fly in on Methodist Church on Saturday Carnival tickets SCHOOL MENU
the family of Harold Waters visiting. Halloween Carnival most : Audrey
Simmons produced the Monday cf this week. All
Bruce them of night. who is recuperating at home successful and enjoyable for Brown, Randy Campbell,
first touchdown and Anthony plan to have a and Bill Wilson and Darla MONDAY: Meat loaf,
Ray following treatment at Shands Mr. and Mrs. Jose Moreira all age groups. Monty Glisson,
I Williams ran for the other twoTD's. their Thanksgiving Reunion" with tnoir house guest, Ray Hospital. returned home recently after The following committeewas Roberts, Brad Russell, Gail mashed potatoes, turnip
Defensive standouts Reddish mother. Mrs. Rossie McAllister, all of Gainesville, spending two months in appointed to make Sullivan and Robin Yeager. greens applesauce ,
included Phillr': Lee, Gerald spent the weekend with their SENIOR CITIZENSDue Portugal. They visited decisions and recommen- Mrs. Ruth Riddick gave In- cornbreak, milk.TUESDAY .
Gullion, Lattimore Terry Futch, of Col. and Mrs. Wm. : Corn dogs, coleslaw
events, relatives there and reportedthe dations for expenditure of the formation on the Bradford
Williams.The Jacksonville, Beach, stopped Wilson. to illness several weather quite cool and the $1,000 plus profit realized County High School Marching baked beans, peach
Thanksgiving programwas short by Tuesday afternoon for a Mr. and Mrs. Charlie members of the Hampton 'grapes being harvested in the from the Carnival: Mr. Clark, Band, stating that they had half, coffee cake, milk
enjoyed by over 100 Elizabeth visit with his Aunt, Miss Sellers, of Auburndale, spent Senior Citizens Club were unable vicinity of Lisbon Mrs. Noelle Silk, Mrs. Carole won the Straight 1 Superior WEDNESDAY: Tuna salad,
parents on Tuesday, Nov. 16. Terry. He was a th-s weekend with their sister, to attend their Nov. 19 Shields, Mrs. Jolene Friese, rating in competition with buttered corn, potato chips,
A report of the carnival was supper guest of Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Pierce Crews. Another cheese sticks, fruit milk.
Tom meeting. Mrs. Florence Ed Westlund is still a Mrs. Evelyn Bauldree and many other bands in Gaines- Chili
and the PTA Tatum, Jr and with
given authorizedthe after sons, guest was their sister, Mrs. Schaub won the door prize at medical patient in Room 450 Mr. Ed Davis.Insufficient ville on Nov. 13. This Band has THURSDAY:
purchase of a camera and which they went coon Ohie Thornton, who was their beans, tossed salad, fruit cup,
this meeting, and game prizes at Alachua General Hospital. lighting at the been invited to perform at the
classroom curtains for two hunting most of the night. On Saturday dinner guest. Mrs. front crackers, milk.FRIDAY .
were won by Bill Fontaine, entrance was discussed.Mr. Festival in Guatemala next
rooms. Chris Friday, Terry and his son, Tl.ornton spent the nite with Lawrence and Virginia Cos- Mrs. Viola Lefebvre and Glisson volunteered to May, Mrs. Riddick said. In : Chicken with
Plans are underway for the were supper and over- her son-in law and daughter, grove, Bill Schaub and Paul Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spell and make contacts to alleviate this this regard the Band Boostersare noodles, carrotcabbageraisin -
Christmas program to be night guests of the Tatums, M.. and Mrs. W.F. Atwood. salad, fordhook beans,
after which Krieger.Their next meeting is Stephen enjoyed the four day condition, now selling fruit cakes and
.presented on Dec. 14. All they went hunting. Mrs. Selita Lee and pear half, rolls, milk.
scheduled for Dec. 3. It does visit of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie candies in an effort to finance
grade levels will be parti- Wayne Harper and son of daughter, Michele, spent
Starke pay to be a Senior Citizen! Fitzpatrick and family from
cipating and pupils are visited his grandparents Sunday afternoon with Mr. McDonald's in Starke gives Tampa. They all attended the
encouraged to learn their Mr and Mrs. Carl and Mrs. Gene Pearson.
them a discount. The U of F Homecoming festivitiesand
parts for the activity to be afternoon Prevatt, on Saturday Mrs. Earl Cox and mother. Gainesville Sun now offers football game returning I
presented.LUNCH. in law Mrs. Pauline Cox of home
Senior Citizens a 15 percent Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward
: MENU: Heilbronn Springs visited Mr. discount price on their daily
<( :Monday: Dried beans witn Jacksonville, spent last Tuesday afternoon. newspaper.Congratulations to visit of her grandson, We are working longer

ham seasoning!!:, rice Coleslaw Sunday Mrs. I,. with their mother. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp Josephine and Bill Fontainefor Greg Paige and his friend
applesauce, cornbread oca Kaulersori, and attended the wedding of Mr. the nice pictures and from Jacksonville over the
milk. nephew James Kaulerson. and, Mrs. Ronald Hughes of feature article by Carol weekend. hours for !
Mrs. Pauline O'Toole and you
Tuesday : Chicken Jacksonville on Saturday Everts which appeared in the
casserole, green peas, Velrna Georges of LosAn&tles afternoon.Mrs. local supplement of the Nov. HAMPTON LAKECongratulations
biscuits, peanut butter, milk California, spent Lucille T. Ivey spent 11 issue of the Sun!
Wednesday: Spaghetti with Thursday to Monday with her the weekend with Mrs. Bobbie Mr. and Mrs. Fontaine to Mr. and
meat cheese, french bread, parents, Mr and Mrs. O.J. Giles and son Carl, of enjoyed the company of her Mrs. Henry Stefanelli who December 1st
french fries, peaches, milk. Anders. She plans to go home Jacksonville.Scott sister and brother-in-law, Mr. celebrated their 47th Wedding Starting
Thursday: Fried chicken, by way of Houston, Texas, and and Brad Todor, of and Mrs. Bill Schaub from Anniversary on Nov. 21'!
mashed potatoes with gravy, have Thanksgiving Dinner Orange Park, attended the Crescent City Friday through drive-in tellers
green beans, pear half, rolls, with her son, Johnny Gator Growl in Gainesville on Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Virgie Barksdale is our
milk. Redgrave and her daughter Friday night and spent happy to be home again. She
Friday : Vegetable beef Sherry Redgrave and their 3aturday; with their grand- and Mrs. Gerald Adkins spent several weeks visitingMrs.
grilled cheese friends.: parents, :Mr. and_:Mrs. W.F. enjoyed the recent visit of Verna Mulholland in will make your life
sandwich Friends of Mr. 0 J. Anders
banana cake. milk. Moore.
their daughters, Mrs. Calvin Harrisburg, Pa. They toured
regret to learn that he is a Mr and Mrs. Les McClellan Richard and daughter Toye Gettysburg and other
FIRE UEP.HTm'TES: ;: : patient in Bradford County visited their son in law and from Ocala, Mrs. Jean Pre- l historical, lovely places. Mrs. easier by being :
The regular monthly Hospital. Mrs Anders is ill at daughter, Mr. and !Mrs. Maxie vatt from Starke and Mr. and Barksdale also visited her open
business meeting of the LVFD home. Our prayers are with Reddish: and family of State Mrs. Joel R. Smith and family Hampton Lake neighbor, Mrs.
Mill be held Tuesday, !Nov; 30 them both "arm on Thursday afternoon. from Jacksonville. The Leona Seaman while in Pa.
7 30 at the firehouso. The Miss!! Elizabeth Terry and Pastor and Mrs. Jim Hall daughters had recently Alice Mulholland returned

lAdies' Auxiliary will also Miss Arthurine Blanchard attended a Clergy School for returned from a seminar on home with her and they took a
meet that evening at Carol visited Miss Eliza Blanchard, Prayer Counseling in Tampa. interior decorating at High trip to Disney World before 8:30- 3:30 Mon.-Thurs
:Massey's home. and Mrs. Thelma Wilson, at Sunday dinner guests of Point, N.C. and sightseeing visiting her brother and sister- : :
Both the Auxiliary and the Baker County ;Nursing! Home, Fasloi and Mrs. Jim Hall, around Gatlinburg, Tenn in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A.K.
Fire Department are always at MacClenny on Wednesday were Mr and Mrs. Julian Thomas in Avon Park.

open for new members. This is afternoon.Mr. Huggins of Lake City and Mr U .too THflNKJ FOB ft GREAT
a volunteer organization and Mrs Jeff Cain and !Mrs Gus: Pecples of West COUNTAy!" Tommy and Mike enjoyed a 8:30-6:00: : Friday
visited their grandparents Fdlm Reach.
whose services are available squirrel cookout on a weekend
'' to everyone regardless of Mr. and Mrs. llerniie Kelly Jerri Starling of Perry. camping trip after going ,
income or race. If the fire Friday. s-pent the weekend with hispi.cntr. hunting in the rain with Joey
alarm was at your home. Mr. and :Mrs. Wayne Mr and Mrs Charles Cribbs, Gerald and Steve .
wouldn't you appreciate a Gustafson and daugti'er: of !Stirling;; He and his lI.1dent I\ Brown, Harold Leverson, Guy
quick response with plenty of Orlando, pent the weekend huriuiirt In Camp Blandmg.! Hammond and Ernest Smart
manpower' Did you know our with their parents, Mr. and r-' ::; -- ----- I
:Mrs. Bill\ Dobbs !Mike and .k. -
fire has PTA MEETING:.
responded to six alarms Chrr and their ,.-ann IiJ Florida Bank at Starke

within the last ten days inLawtey' Lobbs.parents !Mr. and :Mrs. Arlie CommunityNews Don Roberts presided at .

Phone !SHH-6525: for the meeting of the Hampton
the fire department.We Win. Pi ingle, of Burton.S Elementary PTA held in the
C. spent !Monday: witn his in
are now trying to raise school library on Nov. 16.
laws :Mr. and Mrs. Les
money to build an addition to McClellan.Mrs. Other PTA officers attendingwere
the present firehouse This isnecessary : Quinton Ford. Vice
Watts the
Barry spent
so we can house all
weekend with her mother iu
three of our trucks in one I I
law Mrs. Bessie Watts, and ElizabethGplker': .
,. place in order to be available t h\
her in laws, :Mr and Mrs.
for our community at all G.C. Stanley of Crescent City. Brownie Troop 332 met Church. Rev. Eddie Byrd,
times. Mr and Mrs Hermie Kelly ;Monday at :3-3D for their Pastor, in Newberry on
LVFD has mailed out some regular weekly meeting All Nov. 27 for 6:30
and :Mrs. Mae Wells attendedthe Saturday, a :
requests for donations \\e Covered Dish! Luncheonfor troop members are looking service.
need jooo for this addition Retired Teachers m Starkeat forward to wonderful The Fellowship Hour will be
so we will have many fund :Methodist Hall onT Tnanksgivmg Parents are held at Mt. Nebe Baptist
raising events in addition to asked to cooperate with the Church in South Starke. All
seeking donations from We.rsJ"y.arj happy to report that leaders for the success of the are invited. Florida's natural gas supply: what's being done about it?

community businesses and :Mr. and !>IrsI/ C. Harley of troop Mrs. B. Lennon and Pleasant Grove and Mt.
residents Any donations will Bushiicll have retired and are :Mrs. S J. :Morris are leaders. :Moriah United Methodist
he very much appreciated no moving back to their home in Junior troop 684 metTuesd..y 'hurch Parish Rev. Willie K.
matter how small. But most of Law ley to live. WELCOME; : with leaders Aurery Stitt Pleasant Grove
all, we need you -- "Volunteerto HOMiS: Griffin and E Walker. The services: Young Adult Choir
be a volunteer'' Your foe Mr. and :Mrs C A Johns, of troop is making the Girl Scout rehearsal 1st and 2nd Monday
department is only as good as High( Springs visited with !Mr. /flag and back packs. night at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, VERMILION
you make it. Come help us. and Airs.: Les :McClellan and Young Junior Choir, 7:30.:
with your time money and witn their son and daughter. :N.VU'P.\K\\S. :. : Wednesday, Prayer Meeting,
good; ol' elbowgreaseClll'HCIIACTIMTlES in la A, :Mr. and !Mrs. Bo The membership chairman 7:30.: Thursday, 7:30: Bible
Johns of Heilbron Springs, on is asking each member who Study. Sunday School serviceswill
: Saturday afternoon. has not renewed their terminate the day. BLOCK 22
CHURCH! OF" GOD: Sunday A C Basford of Kingsley membership to please do so by Mt. Moriah weekly
school, 10 a.m. Worship Lake visited Mr. and Mrs Dec. 20. the next meeting services: Tuesday Prayer
services, 11 a m. and 7pm. Doc :Mosley on Sunday alter- :Meeting at 6:30: ; WednesdayChoir
Prayer meeting Wednesday. CHI'Kill NEWS: Rehearsal, 6:30: ;
7 :3D p m. YPE Friday. 7 341pm. ) noon.Mr.. and Mrs Virgil Griffis Greater Allen AME: : 'hureh Saturday, Nov. 27, 2 p.m.,
end and Payneof Rev. R G Heastie The Funeral services for Edmond
family, Billy
.:VEHGH1oB.PfISr: : Palatka, were Sunday Silent Workers. Club met Davis at Moriah with Chestnutand
CHURCH: Sunday school 10 dinner guests of their mother. Tuesday evening at the home Hail in charge of arrange-
a m.. worship services 11am Mrs. !Nellie Wilkinson sister of :Mrs.! :May Bell Bass at 8:30.: ments and Rev. Stitt
and 7 pm., The Sunday school teachers officiating. -
:Mrs. Daisy Boch. and nieces.Misses -
Prayer Meeting 7 : lynn and Kelly 'sail meet Saturday at 5:30: at Greater Bethlehem You have probably Gas Explorationnever

p m. Whalev uoo B Lawtey Road. Freewill Baptist. Rev. Jasper heard of Ver Company, our subsidiary -

FAITH BAPTIST Radio :Major and Mrs. Tom Stoner. Christmas rehearsal Williams Thursday Story milion Block 22. Yet conducts oil
Program on WPXE.: 8am., and Mr and Mrs. James Wednesday at1:10:: at the Hour at the church: Friday -
'Sunday. Bible School. 10 a in. Dougherty and sons, of church. Sunday services: Junior Choir Rehearsal, 6 this spot, far away and gas explora-
Worship services 11am. and Valdosta Ga came down Sunday school 10 a.m ; p m. Saturday Senior Choir in the Gulf of Mexico tion programs in the

7 30 p m Wednesday Prayer Wednesday night to visit their :Morning Worship, 11 a m., will sell dinners. Sunday is off the shore of : Gulf of Mexico and ,
!Meeting 7 30 p m Col. and Mrs. Wm. with the Junior Choir singing.! Trustee Day Sunday school
RACE: UNITED I Wilson parents went with them tc see Fellowship ;Hour at 3 p m., at 9:30: m., morning worship at Louisiana, is impor- onshore in Texas,

:METHODIST I Sunday Frank Sinatra at the :Mr. Nebo with the Young II am. Dinner at 12:30: and tant to every resi- -k,, : Louisiana, Mississippi -
School, 9'43 am. Worship (Coliseum in JacksonvilleMrs. Adult Choir singing Church evening worship at 6 p.m. dent of Florida. Alabama, Flor-
services I II I a m and 7 pm : Robert Lee attended a ladies are asked to meet for a First Born Church of the
Prayer Circle Wednesday 9 Post :Masters :Meeting at :Missionary meeting after the I I.KinK God Elder S. V. Here, new supplies e ida New Mexico and
am at the Church Good General Mail Center in Fellowship Hour at 5 p m. at Cohens Tuesday Prayer of natural gas lie Oklahoma.
:News'; Hap on Wednesday at Jacksonville on 'luesday.1 the church Service. 7'43 p.m.: Friday waiting I to be
7 30 p in. A good time was had :Mr and Mrs Gus Peeples, Church of God. in Christ- Tarrying Service. Sunday : Today our pipe
by all at the Thanksgiving of West Palm Reach, Mailed Elder': D.R. Williams Friday Sunday school 10:30: a.m., brought ashore. Iinedelivers600milUnder -

dinner at the Church on :Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Prevatt on night Prayer and Pastoral morning worship, 11:30: a m.: a proposal now before the lion cubic feet of gas every day for the
Saturday evening. Teaching. Sunday Sunday YPCW. 6 p.m. Visitors are
U ITEOIETIIODIST: Sunday Raheit!: t Rosier of School., 9:30: a m.: :Morning( welcome. Federal Power Commission, we plan homes, businesses and industries in

WOMEN: :. met Tuesday Jacksonville visited his worship at 11:30: am YP\\W :Mt.Zion AMK: : Church Rev. to build a 14-mile underwater pipeline our state. That's 85 per cent of all the

mormng.Irs.: Roberts Sr. parents. :Mr and !Mrs Jim at 5:30: pm.. with Sister Richard Bethel Friday. link to bring the valuable gas from natural gas used in Florida. When our
Coss Jimmie Thomas in charge. (Choir
'presided. :Mrs. Frank anniversary. Sunday,
gave the devotional and :Mrs. Hosier On ;baturoay;. last Sunday night; afternoon.!Mr and Tuesday Bible Study at 5:30:: Sunday School, 10 a.m.. Vermilion Block 22 to our onshore pipeline is connected to the offshore

Roberts gave the program. :Mrs. James Anders and with :Mother Daisey Jones, Morning Worship, 11 a.m., pipeline system and route it hundreds supplies at Vermilion Block 22, an additional -

HIGHLAND:; BAPTIST: family of Palalka. came by to President. Evening Worship p m. of miles to consumers in Florida. This 25 million cubic feet of gas will
Sunday School. 10 a m. O.J Anders, Free Cannon True Church of nod'sIirade: &
Worship! services Mam. and see Bradford their father County Hospital God: In Unity Elder Sampson Deliverance Outreach .'or11 $12 million project in which we are be available to meet Florida's daily

7-30 pm. Wednesday Prayer and at on to see their Mother. White Tuesday. Prayer People Church of God and partners with another pipeline, is anenergy needs.

meeting at 7'30 p m. :Mrs.: O.J Anders. They Meeting, 7:30: ; Wednesday. Holiness, Inc Elder other big step in our continuing
LAURA BAPTIST enjoyed with her and Tarrying service, 7 30: Singleton Overseer I.Z. ; Through exploration programs,
CHURCH Sunday School 10 sister! :Mrj. O'Toole. and Mrs. Friday. Bible study. Sunday Montgomery, Sr. Sunday: program to find and deliver more and through vital pipeline links like
IIa Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sunday School, :10 a.m., for customers.
a m.. Worship services Georges. On Sunday anotherdaughtl'r energy our that to reach Vermilion
proposed ".
m. and730pm. Wednesday and son in law, Worship services at 11 a m. Morning Worship, 11 am.
Prayer :Meeting at 7:30: p m. :Mr and Mrs. Johnny Jenkinsof and 6 p.m. The public is Prayer Band meeting Mondayat Florida Gas has invested $40 milBlock 22, Florida Gas is committed to

:NORTHSIDE'; BAPTIST. 'Milliard, came and ate a invited. 7:30: p.m.. Thursday Prayer lion in exploring for and producing providing an Increasing supply of .
Sunday School 10 a.m. and New Bethel Baptist Church :Meeting, and Friday' Bible
the family
dinner with new energy supplies. In partnership clean, efficient natural gas for Florida's
Worship services at 11 am. then all of them went to see Rev. L.R. Davis Wednesday. Study. Sunday, 5:30: HYPU.
and 7pm. Wednesday Prayer :Mr Anders. !Miss Elizabeth Prayer Meeting and Bible Antioch Baptist Church with other major corporations, Florida future.Florida .
meeting at 7-30 p m Terry joined them for a short Study, 7:30.: Friday. 7:30: the Rev. Dennis Strong .
t. S\I't'r: tNA: MISSIONARY: visit and meal. pastor's sixth anniversarywith Thursday Prayer Meeting;
BAPTIST' Sunday School, 10 :Mr. and Mrs. George Rev. Willie Lee Davis, Sunday: 10 a.m., Sunday
J m.. Worship services, 11 Breslin and Elizabeth of speaking. Sunday School at School; Morning Worsphip, 11 I _.
;9m. and 7 p.m.. BTS, 5:43m. : Jacksonville\ spent the 9:43: a m.. Morning worship!! at a m., Choir Union 3 p.m ini ', '': '' ." : ....
., Wednesday Prayer weekend with their parents 11 a.m., Charles Chestnut, Melrose. Evening Worship at'' : $ '. :

rvice, 7:30: p m. Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. speaker. Sunday 4:30: pm., 6 p.m. '". .., :, "
ST. JOHNS MISSIONARY( Mrs. Breslin Rev. McKenny Olive will be ,, : < .
They helped -- ---
.\PTIST' Sunday School 10 celebrate her birthday. speaker. All friends and fr. lWIJi.c.Z l\ .. ",oII!!!". \-);Ii.:I

a.m., Worship services 11 Friends of Gladys Rucker, members of all churches are Design funding in the Vet ..", Gas .
IF m. and 3 p m.,on second and sister of !Mrs. Geneva Invited to attend. erans Administration bud- TheEn rgetkCompony'
fourth Sundays. Prayer Band Wilkison. will regret to learn Ebeneier BaptUt Church get this year includes five W wv Pre. .4.'r0..Yl

at.. Noon Monday. that she is a patient in Tuesday Bible Study and 200-bed domiciliary projects.
County Hospital. Thursday Player Meeting.
t PERSONALSMrs Our prayers are with! her. Notice! <))0 members and Veterans Administration
,, Jean Guthall of Mrs. Gene Pearson and friends of the Mt Sinai Assn. construction projects
Baltimore will fly In Friday of Mrs. Walter Frick. of Starke, are asked t to join the include development of five J f,
this week Mrs. Willie Mae attended the Frank Sinatra moderator Rev L.R. Davis at new national cemeteries.
Lightfoot and daughter. of Show at the Coliseum in St Paul :Missionary Baptist .


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I. : by :May Belle Dobbs! Mr and Mrs Bud Clemons Thanksgiving pictures were ciass walked to Hardee's on I A special will be ThanksgivingMass celebrated by and Deanery goals at of this the meeting.Gainesville The

I News Phone 4.U-10N9: ( and children of Heilbronn drawn by 6th graders and Wed., Nov. 17 and were t concelebrated Mass attendedby
Patrick at9am.
Rev Father Foley
Springs were Wednesday judged by 6th grade teachers. treated to a hamburger and I Nov. 25. Bishop Paul Tanner, Msgr.
by Carolyn Eaves I Our deepest sympathy to night supper guests of Mr and Ribbons were awarded to the coke. Kevin Minton and Pat t Thursday the Offertory James Heslin and Deanery
964.5812 the W.P. Luke family on the Mrs. Earl Dobbs. following students: Lawson assisted Mrs. Reddish I During Moderators was held in the
death of their son Terry. May Mrs. Reddish's class 1st with the care of the students. procession parishioners are Cathedral. Luncheon was
food items of
each in Rev. and Mrs. Hamilton placeTeddy Thompson 2nd P.E. Students of the Week, invited to bring
Senior Troop No. Mi'j has, God comfort you your ; canned foods. These served at Eddie's Caravan
or staple
been sorrow is our prayer. West of Jacksonville visited place Ronnie Jewett; 3rd Nov. 15-19 are Grade 3 C31
busy these past few and Daniela Amy Jo Carter Grade PfitJ/ gifts will be used in making Restaurant.
weeks their son, John West Mr. place Rigby; and ; 4 for The turkey which was given
They the Christmas Baskets the
presented Allen Tarleton and and Mrs Gerald Griffis and Honorable Mention Kathy Clarissa Hernandez; Grade 5, Catholic Youth
puppet show Little Red daughter Cathy, left Friday family here Sunday. Diggs and Tami McCray, ; Angela Folsom; and Grade 6 I Crl".Jl needy of the area. away as a project on Nov
Hiding Hood" at the BradfordCounty Emmett Watkins. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Organization
week's visit with Mrs. Baker's class1st
for :
night a Janet Kimutis.
21 was won by
Library for his Mr and Mrs Sunday guests of Mr. and place Bobby O'Steen; 2nd Some very good t Stefanelli were given special
approximately MI;t) childien parents KEV BEN BRYANT recognition at the Nov. 21 Todd Turkey was there in
Tarleton in Allen Alabama. Mrs. Earl Dobbs were Mr. place Simon McCloud; 3rd Thanksgiving stories were to add to the
This was their first Mass on the occasion of their person
Don Newmans and written by Mrs. 2nd
and Mrs. place Craig Sapp and Gay's
marionette show and they SUNDAY: Sunday Schoo 1 47th Wedding Anniversary. Thanksgiving atmosphere and
class but there
Mr and Mrs Wallace children Gordon and Donna Honorable Mention Vickie grade wasn't '
really : a 9:45: a.m. ; Morning Worshi Mrs. John Samons and Mrs to assist in the drawing!
gave great >
enough to them )
:Mooneyham and family were of Starke. Mrs. Marty Barton and Cindy Douglass room print i in 11
performance under, the am ; Sunday Schoo,I Richard Coss attended the
honored with an house at demons and childrenlischI'llI' Mrs. Crawford's class: 1st the paper.
open Council
direction of :Miss Betsy 5 p.m. Churcl i Diocesan board meeting of the
and of
their home Sunday !\ Jeffrey, place Mary Louise
\81'1TI, Mrs I Lila Rae Yawn new Training 6:15: p.m.; Evening St Augustine Diocesan
Mr. and Ohitimrh's;
and1I's.: Laur'leIulhns: afternoon The hostess presented Heilbronn Springs, Watterson; 2nd place Billy Worship 7:30: p.m.WEDNESIAIA'. Council of Catholic Women / ;
On featurdayov; 20, them with a swag Mrs. !Mike Griffis, Michael Tyson; 3rd place ; Lori Muse; LVNCIIMENV (Nov. 29-Dec. : ;
held Nov.17 in St.
: Family Augustine.
60 Dobbs and Mrs. Elaine and Honorable Mention Sue
Planning Gateway Hoard Council met in Senior Starke guests called to wish them Tarleton and Becky Ann Thibodeaux and Timmy 3)MONDAY: Hot dog on bun, Sunday night supper School 6-15: Worker's p.m. ,;i gave Mrs.a report Samons of the president activities, Waltrr Nolan

at the First Methodist Church happiness in their new home. Thornton. cabbage slaw baked beans, meeting, G.A.'s, R.A.'s,
of Mrs! Don Newmans and These will be .
Fellowship Hall Fifty Senior Delicious refreshments pictures on pear half milk.TUESDAY Acteens World "Friends and
Scouts enjoyed Pizza and cakes, cookies, sandwiches, children. Gordon and Donna, display in school library.Congressman : Chili with I !Mission Friends, "Hour of Christian Youth Walter Hugh Nolan. 60, of
Square Dancing after their chips, dip cokes, coffee and of Starke visited her grand- Billy beans, salad, cinnamon roll, Power"7:30: Adult choir Graham, died Nov. 19 in the
meeting. Great day in spite of punch were served mother, Mrs. Mary Freeman, Matthews spoke to 50 sixth saltines orange, milk. 8:15: p.m. p.m.; Have BreakfastThe Bradford County Hospital
the rain. Sunday afternoon.Mrs. graders in Mrs Reddish'sroom WEDNESDAY: Chicken Born in Jacksonville May

Those enjoying the recent Rev and :Mrs Hugh Walters on Monday, Nov. 15 Mr. with noodles peanut buttercup :\umnIUI: > 23, 1916. Mr. Nolan had livedin
CoEd (\inoe'Trip \ Patty returned Wednesday night Cecil Addison. Jr and Matthews was invited to buttered peas, candied BAPTIST First Christian Church Graham for five years. He
:Mullins, Cans Schmidt! from the Southern Baptist sons, David and Paul, of speak to the group by Kevin yams, apple pie, cornbread, Services senior high group sponsored was a dairyman and former
Catherine Sthoenmg. Kick Convention in Da tona. Gainesville spent the weekend Minton a student at Santa Fe milk. Sunday : Sunday Y an early morning breakfast owner of the Alpine Dairy in
lloltzendorf Todd Schmidt t with her parents Mr. and Jr. College, who is assisting THURSDAY t Hamburger School, 10 arm. Morning/' Nov 21 with members and Jacksonville
Willene Green left !Mrs. Theodore Rosier. sixth teachers. Worship and Services for th guests enjoying pancakes,
and Glen Mullins The trip :Mrs grade gravy, mashed potatoes Mr Nolan graduated from
started at Silver Springs Thursday night for her homein The students enjoyed the string beans, peach crisp, roll, Deaf, 11 a.m., Training Union,' bacon, juice, milk and coffee. the University of Florida and
Landing!!; they !spent the night Jacksonville after several Don Newmans and Earl presentation and showed their milk. 6:30: p.m., Evening Worship, Participants of the youth was a member of Alpha

at Gores Landing and t finishedat l days visit with her mother, Dobbs were business visitorsin appreciation by writing thank FRIDAY: Cuban sandwich, 7.30: p.m. group were Butch Faulkner, Gamma Kho fraternity. He
Eureka They enjoyed a :Mrs Mary: Freeman Leesburg Thursday. you notes to Mr. Matthews. potato chips, buttered corn, WednesdayServices: MidWeek Carol Hayes Marcia Goodge, was a member Duval Lodge
Jack 0 Lantern contest, Mrs Reddish's sixth grade orange juice, milk. Prayer Service and t 1 Vickie Crosby, Charlott Hart, Number 15'\ F & Rho Fraternity.
singing and cooking their Some of those celebrating Little Debra Lynn Bible Study 7:30: p.m., Choir Terry Goodge Jimmy Banks / The Scottish Rite Bodies,

meals ,,.s1'11 as caramel wedding anniversaries this !McCullough spent several Dro /k Nv Practice, 615: p.m. and Christie Faulkner. The York Rite Body. Morocco
apples. A !spring event is week were Wallace and Lynn days last week with her o e r u\s Temple of the Shrine, The

planned and everyone wantsto :Mooneyham, Rea and Fannie grandparents! and Mrs. GRAHAM: B\PTlST Pine Level Arab Patrol, The Starke
go, right scouts' Riunner. and Joseph and Les :McCullough, in Hampton. Jeanette Prescott replacement has been namedas Rev. James Starling Shrine Club and the Selva
Brownies have had their Carolyn O'Guin. Happy Phone 485-1713 yet: Marine\ County Club.
investitures; I will try to have Anniversary to all of you :Mrs Ruby Dobbs visited SUNDAY: : Sunday School, Special Service Survivors include his
their news next week \Ve !Mrs !Mary Marcus in Starke CITY COUNCILThe LUNCH :\IEVov.:\; (:\; 29-Dec. 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 widow, :\lrs.llazelll. Nolan of

, have a really nice group of all :Mr and :Mrs Gerald Griffis Wednesday. 3)) a m.; Training Union, 6 p.m.; she attendance record was Graham; two daughters Mrs\
levels of Girl Scouts and and children Bryan Melhssa Brooker City Council Evening Worship, 7 p.m broken at Pine Level Baptist Wanda Wynne. Jacksonvilleand
terrific leadeis; Next neigh- and Debra Lynn, and Mrs. Gerald Griffis was a held a special meeting last MONDAY:\; : Dried beans "JUESUllid.Week, :\; Church in their special Mrs. :Melodic Stilwell

fxirhood meeting is Nov 30 at Earl Dobbs enjoyed a seafood businessisitor Macclenny! Thursday with only three of with rice, jello with Prayer Service, 7:30: p.m. Thanksgiving service as 375 Graham: three sisters :Mrs
the Methodist Church dinner at the Red Lobster in Thursday. the members attending. Carl strawberries, corn sandwich, attended on Sunday morning, Blanche Knox and Mrs
--- Jacksonville Thursday night. Edwards submitted his re- milk. s r. :\IltK'SF.PIS"OI'.OItRCIl Nov. 21. The theme for the dIY Martha Dye Jacksonville and
The Some of those from Raiford signation effective Nov. 9 due TUESDAY: Spaghetti with was "I Love America." :Mrs Bertha. Scales \\ inter
stration's Vetl'ransdmJni. :Mrs Earl Dobbs and Mrs attending the Emma Pool to ill health. Hazel Paulk and meat sauce, Greek salad, Weekly Schedule in the service Minister of Haven; four brothers William

construction appropriation Don :Newmans': were business funeral in Live Oak Tuesday E.W. Hodges Jr., attendedthis banana pudding, french Music, Don Hallgren sang !Nolan: and Jerry :Nolan\; Jacksonville
$W\) .7 million.for fiscal year is visitors in Starke Wednesday afternoon were Mrs Drew meeting also.Temporarily bread milk.WEDNESDAY. Sunday Nov. 28 8:30: a.m. "Statue of Liberty." The adult and Wallal'colan:':
alternoon Sweat, Mrs Louis Marton, it was agreed : Fried Holy Eucharist. 9:45: a.m. choir sang "A Flag to Follow" and Jack :Nolan': Jacksonville
Three nursing home care Mrs Don Alvarez, Mrs that Brooker should pay Orea chicken, pears mashed Church School, 11 am and a medley of patriotic Beach; and four grandchildren
projects under constructionby :Mrs Gerald Griffis and Cassie Starling, Mr. and !Mrs. Prescott $15 a day as care potatoes, buttered peas, rolls, !Morning Prayer 3:30 p.m. songs. During the medley .
the Veterans d.wghtl'rsIellissa: and Gerald Griffis and daughter, taker of the new county land- milk. Inquirers Class, Group. 2. Warrant Officer Thad Smithof Services were he-Id Monday'.
Administration will add WO Debra Lynn, and :Mrs Earl Mellissa, and Mr! and !Mrs. fill facility. It will be open two THURSDAY: Chili with Tuesday, Nov. 30 7:30: p.m. the Army National Guard :Nov': 22 in the Chapel of
Zeds; by the end of 1977. Dobbs were business visitorsin Don Newmans.Mr. days per week. Tuesday and beans lettuce, pepper salad, Inquirers Class Group 1. and Chief Petty Officer Don lI'w1I & Sons t-'unerailloml'I ,

Gainl'svilleIonday: Saturday. Mrs. Paulk will apples, crackers, milk, cake. Wednesday, Dec 1 6:30: Kelly of the Navy marched Jacksonville, with \\ ilhur U
and Mrs E.N. Jones of have signs made regardingtimes FRIDAY : Werners and p.m. Junior Choir Practice down the aisles of the church Masters Jr officiating.
A uo-bed( project Visitors at the First Baptist :Macclennv visited his sister out-of-county dumpingrates baked beans. peaches, 730; p.m. Church School bearing American flags In lieu of Mowers
scheduled to start this Church of Ha if oid Sunday Mrs. Mary Freeman, etc. Bradford County cabbage french fries bun, Classes grades;( 4-10; 7:30: p.m. A prayer of Thanksgivingwas memorials m.Ihe i made to
month of Phwnll.rlZ. is night \\l're11': and Mrs Alvin Wednesday. residents will be able to dump milk brownies, Senior Choir Practice given by Rev Roman the Shrine Hospital! for
the lust of I i musing home Grilfis and Bobby Anderson without charge, of course.
-------------- Alvarez. Crippled Children in care of
care units planned l b\ the \\e hope they will be with us Mrs! Harold Crawford of Mrs. Paulk asked the City .... . ... ... FIItSTCRRISTI.INCIIURCll 1 :Morocco Temple in Jacksonville
eteransdministrat ion often Law ley visited Mrs Mary Council to suggest names to .:: : ::::::::::::::::::: : :

through WHO) Freeman Wednesday. serve on the Zoning Board. : PIE: U\'EI.
There will be important issuesto ; 1 Card Of Thanks :. Jim Love :Minister TORN:\;.\DOD\Y
Sunday school 915 --
Mrs: Earl Dobbs and Mrs! be discussed and would :ii : Sunday : The Bradford County
Veterans illene Greene were business like to have a full they Board. ::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::/ a m; morning service, 10:45 Tornadoes will be the special built
a m. youth Eight: new hospitals
visitors in Lake Butler In addition money to be paid group 6pm ; guests of the Pine Level
evening worship,7 choir b the Veterans
p.m.; Church this >
Baptist Sunday
Thursday. Orea Prescott as caretaker, ( .1DI'TII.1NKS: ( the
Earn Administration during
the council was requested to 8pmWednesday November 28, 1976. The
night: Bible Church located 3 and half past five! year provide
Jr of a
Howard Register, an additional $50 Words
pay per cannot adequatelyexpress
study. almost 4 3H( )
Lake City visited Mr and month to Willis Grimes for our deep appreciationto 8pmFIRST miles west of Starke on
EHtraInca 1Irs.Iichael! Dobbs last garbage pickup servica. In the 1 LAWTK: ..IKK! 1>KPAUTMEST Highway 100, will honor the
week order to ''meet these : : and the BlI.\")- ASSEMBLY varsity team and their
Mrs Ruby Rosier and expenses, the council agreedto FOHD COl'TFIHI:': :: Dh-' : GOD coaches for their winning
me daughters, Mrs Jack Casonof raise household rates from PARTlIETlld; ; all others season this year, by'
"the church"Hwy.
Daytona and Mrs! Cecil $2 to $3 per month. who responded to our barn tire happy 16at Weldon St. designating this" Sunday as FLORIDATHEATRE
Addison of Gainesville returned Mrs. Paulk agreed to discuss recently. "Tornado Day.
home after several securing recreation Vernon (Dick Starling and Starke All the coaches and players!
Call days visit with Mr and :Mrs equipment from the Women's family. are expected to be present in
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Don Sloan and new baby in Softball Team and Brooker'sball the Sunday School anti,
Clemson, South Carolina,, team at the County Morning Worship 11 Morning Worship Service
964-5320 Mrs Sloan will be remembered Commission meeting in a.m Following the service Unlearn
as the former Starke. CARD 0. THANKS:\; Eve. Worship 7pmWEDNESDAY. will be treated dinner' Fri Sat Sun

Jo Sapp, daughter of at the Holiday Inn.
The Youth meeting 7
Hampton Elementary p.m.
CWO Crosby Mr and Mrs: J.S, Sapp of SCHOOL NEWS
School thanks the Bible Study 7pm.
I. iwtey While there Mrs\
merchants for helping make Pastor Robert Harden Hev.Charll'l R Swarti .._ .
Hosier and !Mrs Cason visitedin Brooker Elementary had 1.ti
Halloween Carnival Welcome one and all!
our so
Cherokee. North Carolina. their PTA meeting Thursday,
.-.1_. ----- Nov. 18. The final breakdownof successful by their generous If chg. st'IIJ.SunddY:'; School. r
>tIDSSMr lrtina1091UJNDWIIND5IIVE the carnival proceeds is: donations: American Family 9:45: a m.; Morning Worship,
Sound, Andrews Drugs. Beggs II a.m.; Children's worship, +
Gross income, $2,249.25: expenses
$742 91, making a total Gulf Bradford County CARDOFTIIXNhSThe : 11 a.m.;Church Training 6:15:
i profit of $1.506.3-1. Telegraph, Bullington's, p m.; Evening Worship, 7 JO
rB It was agreed that the PTA Bush's Fish and Tackle Com family of Robert p m Nursery provided. 1
should donate $175 for the munity State Bank Florida Braswell gratefully Tl.SD.Morning Bible
Christmas party, for Christ Bank at Starke. Florida acknowledges the kindness Study 10 a.m.
mas bags for each student. Theatre and 301 Drive-In. shown us during the recent BEDFORD; I I HOFFMAN I !

r.J". The Christmas party will be Florida Pest Control Food illness and death of our .
Fair, Hampton General Store.Hurst's mother, Louise Gann.
.. Thursday Dec. 16. $2500 "ALL THEPRESIDENTS
,.",.i.I .i; Please make plans now to Shell, Larry'sFlowers We extend special thanks to
I. ...t1 t attend the Christmas programfor Lotts of Beauty, the nurses and staff of the I MEN"Cffl
I.. h{ "r;; .'\ parents. It will mean so Mallards !McDonald's, Bradford County Hospitaland CASH BONUSFor
much to the children. Nancy's Flowers. Piggly Dr. Kiert Sundusadee. 1M
Wiggly Rosier's Nursery
.'-?; ),11r'I: I Report cards will go home Stan's Bootery, Starke The Relatives and Family of PLUS
hr'r Thursday, Dec. 2. Builders Supply, Starke Paint Robert Braswell QUALIFIED HIGH

t i l : l : Center Stump's, Terwillegar For lour Pleasure...
l..1.-- : ; First priority items for !Motors, Sub Center TG & Y, C\RDOK' 'r11.1NKSMrs. :\; SCHOOL SENIORS&GRADUATES

: "..........:: c.I .......... .1'1..,.<:.z h.... materials ($100 teacher) : Vera Lambing
"to': ,,. ..\ { m 1111 ''r- 1"" A.t: per ; Auto Williams Jewelry ,
I" materials ($100 per reading extends heartfelt thanks to Who Enlist In The ROOSTER COGBURN
Wishbone Fried
} teacher) encyclopedia set; inn-Dixie. those who expressed their pJ .::. I. .wr w L.OMVUml >
---- .. Chicken and Woodburn's Gem ,
-- -:;... PE equipment.. $100; field From Keystone sympathy in so many ARMYFor 1'"rill, 'THIIMUNII, *l4V4YI"Mlt
'. --- --- trips $100; crafts program, Jewelry. Andrews beautiful and practicala's
$120 Heights Drugs.Cook's during the recent loss of her Information
.. ,_. Pantry Ducky's,
i Homestead Restaurant, Jack son Ruggles Dodge. Contact your local
The regretfully loses
1976 Used son Dress Shop Keystone Army RecruiterHe
Selection Of second, third and fourth grade
teacher, Mrs. Moses. Her hus- Jewelry & Gift Shop, KeystoneState C\1m 01TII..\:\ KS
12x10 12x60 band has been relocated to "'t. Bank Mallards Pizza Is listed in the DRIVEINFri
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Lauderdale and
Wednesday Construction Co. The kindness and sympathyof Yellow Pages Under"Recruiting"
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August Land Sales Total $1.4 MillionAugust Santa Arrives Here Dec. 11

Five entries for the Dec. 11 Christmas Parade have been
land transactions In received by Bradford-Starke Chamber of Commerce officials,
Bradford County totalled directors to make an offer to R21E for $100. husband sold to Sally P. Allen Whitehead land in the W4: of T7S R21E lying south of SR-18 and the Chamber says it will accept entries up until Friday,
$1,404,855, up from July's the owners to purchase the L.K. Edwards and wife sold lot 16 in S34 TBS R22E for$100. N W'4 of SW V4 of S27 T6S R22E for $12,000.Ott Dec, 3.Bill .
$1,105,797, and included five property.The to Ramon A. Waldrop and Joyce A. Allen sold to for $4,500. Corp. sold to Ronald E. Wilson of the Chamber said entries have been received
single sales over $100,000. five transactions total wife 1.286 acres in the NEV4 of Charles L. Allen land in SW/4 Mrs. Ethel D. Reddish sold Dopson and wife lot 4 of blockA from the Shriners' Club, the National Guard McDonald's, the
Tne August figure $ or 49 percent of the S15 T7S R21E for $2,000. of SEV4 Of 59 T6S R22E for to Leslie C. Becker and wife of Seminole Ridge for Vo-Tech Cosmetology Class and the Bradford Roping Club.In .
represents -
the second straight month's land sales Ruth Sanders sold to Brad- $100. 7.2 acres in S'n of the NW4 of $10,000. addition, an inquiry has been received from a baton-
month county land sales have August transactions ford County 2.48 acres of landin Lake Geneva Estates, Inc. the NE'/4 of S23 T5S R22E for Keystone Estates sold to twirling club in Hawthorne, Wilson said.
topped the $1 million mark Include: SWV of NVVV4 of S8 T7S sold to Jack E. Parter and $1,700. Thomas E. Perryman and All churches, civic organizations, school groups and local
and continues Increases in -f. Kirkpatrick and wife R21E for $100. wife lot 25 in Geneva Lake Mrs. Gertrude B. Williams wife 12 acres in the NE'4 of businesses are invited to enter floats, marching units and
total land sales for seven of sold Davis and wife 80 Vernie E.Thornton and wife Estates for $4,000. sold to C. Robert Durden the S23 T8S R22E for $20,400. decorated vehicles.Entries will be judged on theme,originality,
the first eight months of 1976. acres of land in S20 T7S R22E sold to Bradford County a 60- Brooker Development Corp. Magnolia Hotel in Starke for Albert L. Waits sold to artistry and appearance. Prizes of $65 $45, $25 and $15 11I'11be\
June is the only month to date for $100. foot road in an unrecorded re- sold to Joyce Riherd, lot 20 $100. Delvin J. Dennenmiller and awarded to winners.
this that land sales took John C. Luke and wife sold plat of a portion of Crosby block two of Shady Oaks for Inarae F. Young sold to wife lot 20 on Oak Ave. in The parade, to start at 10 a.m. will begin on South Adkins
year a
slight dip.A to Carl Ayres the east 50 feet Lake Shores for $100. $2,000. Herbert M. Kulman and wife Crystal Lake Homesites! for Street behind the Bradford football stadium, proceed south on
of lot 10 and the west 25 feet of Franklin L. Newman sold to C. land in government lot 2 S25
of monthly William R. Cundy sold to 2000. Orange Street, east on Madison to Thompson Street, then northon
recap 1976 shows: figuresfor lot 11 in Mount Pleasant on L.K. Edwards and wife five Scott Whitehead lot 25 of TBS R22E for $26,665. James R. Chamberlain and Thompson to Call Street, west on Call Street to Court then
$355,615, February $413,264 Silver Lake for $13,500. acres in NEV4 of SIS T7S R22E Indian Beach for $10,333. Triangle R. Enterprises, wife sold to Stanley R. Miller north,and will disband at the Florida Bank parking lot.
Chrles A. Baldree and wife for $2,500. Walter J. Gomel,. attorney Inc. sold to Phillip T. Dean and wife one acre in the SW 14' Interested parties can obtain entry blanks at the Chamber
March $647,398
,June April $836,600' sold to James W. Hulsey and Charles A. Baldree and wife for C.J. Miller, sold to Mack and wife lot 30 in Geneva Lake of S3 T6S R22E for $2.4K. office, 202 South Walnut Street.
May $944,875, 921,807, wife L 5.01 acres in S26 T7S sold to Lonnie Ray Vaughnand Lee and wife land in the NW V4 Estates for $36,500. Gene D. Adams and wife "Let's all get together and join the parade and bring the
July $1,105,797, andugust
R22E for $6,750. wife 40 acres in the NWy of SW 4., of S22 T6S R22E for Leroy Lovette sold to CurtisG. sold to Robert J. Shaughnessyand Christmas season in with a bang," said Wilson.
$1,494,855. W.M.Harrlsandwifesold to of SW/4 except the S 60-feet 1100. Edwards and wife lots 12 wife lots 5 and 6 of Indian
Prices of transaction George E. Bell and Jeanette and the NEV of SWV4 of S25 James L. Andrews and wife and 13, block 5 in Santa Fe Beach for.200.:\ OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK
figured from documentary II. Crews two acres in SW4 of T7S R22E for $40,000. sold to Ramon A. Waldrop and Shores for $8,500. Ernie D. Patray and wife
tax stamps affixed to deeds E'2 of SW<.4 of NE'4: of S15 T6S Charles A. Baldree and wife wife lot 6, block 1 of Eastwoodfor W.B. Lewis and wife sold to sold to Edward E. Bryan and Chamber of CommerceP.O.
filed In the office of the county R22E for $2,500. sold to Richard C. Davie and $2,000.C. John H. Whitehead Jr. and wife lot 19 of Smokerise for Box 1116
clerk. The five large trans- Mrs. George W. Ellis sold to wife the W'/i of the EM of the Scott Whitehead sold to Gerald M.Whitehead all of the 23600. Starke Florida 32091
actions in August were: E. Kearnes Ellis and EM of the SEV of the SE'/4 of L.K.Whitehead and wife lot 25 W'/s of the NW'<1 of the NW"4of Marion D. Gassett and wife
Eugune F. Shaw and wife E. Hall l a portion of lot 7, bock S26 T7S R22E for $6,750. of Indian Beach for 5000. the SW4, east of the river, sold to John B. Campbell and You can count on us.
sold to James H. Eunice and 1 of Santa Fe Shores for $100. Mrs. Mona A. Canova sold Ralph P. Bryan and wife in S36 T5S R20E for $2,000. wife the SE corner of lot 4 in
wife and Ronnie C. Davis and Eugene F. Shaw and wife to Levy A. Canova, Jr. and L.K. Whitehead and wife Palmer Williams, Edwin Saratoga Heights for $35.000: We will participate In the 'local ANNUAL BRADFORD COUNTY
wife lots 3 and 4, the west '4 of sold to Fred D. Shore and wife A. Canova DavidE. Williams and wives sold to sold CHRISTMAS
George and sold to Joseph E. Barnett and ASI, Inc. to Dwight W. PARADE to be held Saturday December II, at 10
lots 5 and 8 and lots 56 through two parcels of 'land in S25 T6S Canova a 100x396 foot lot in wife one acre of land in SW'/4 ACT V Corp. of Gainesville. Braddy and wife lot 7. block C a.m.
60 all in Sll T5S R22E of R22E for 21333. the city of Starke for $100. of SEV4 of 524 T7S R22E for Inc. lot 14 of Williams subdivision of Mount Pleasant on Silver
Woodlawn and that part of the J. Brooks Brown sold to 4000. for $1,500. l Lake for $100.

N'2 of lots 23 and 24 west of Edward M. Knott and wife lot wife Freeman sold Register, Jr. and Newton A. Chancey and Robert G. Cheatwood Jr. John C. Thompson and wife . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
to Ros
US-301 and the VV2 of lots 8 12 of Lake Hampton Oaks for W. Covey a wife sold to II.A. Norman and and wife sold to James C. sold to Ronald, K:. Newman.Sr. .
and 9 in S12 T5S R22E of $7,100. parcel of land inNE'/4: of SWI/4 wife land in Ea of SWV4 of Bowman and wife part of lot 3 and John odom. HI, the Woodlawn, for $217,900. The Julius Royal Jr. and wife and a part of the NW/4 of theSWla NE'4: of S23 T7S R21E for in Lawtey for $7,165. N'a' of the N'a' of the NW'' of

290 acre tract is located northof !sold to Paul Royal and wife lot : of Oaks S25 T7S for In Lake $25,200, Donald D. Zell and wife sold the NW i of SlO T7S R22K:, or Signed . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lawtey. 2 of the N', of S2-3 of S'a of W Hampton $15,000. Wayne E. Massey and wife to Kerr-McGee Corp. the W4: about 10 acres \for $IIKI.

Paul Tomlinson and wife 198 ft. of N',of SE'4 of SEI4 of Freeman Jack M. Courtnay sold to sold to Edward F. Brooker, of the SE'4 of the NW'4 of the Gilbert Q. Crosley and wife Phone number . . . . . . . . .
Jr. lot
Bud Richard P. Tomlinsonsold SW>4 Of S22 T6S R22E for$100. Register 26 Jr. and wife lots 5 and 6 of NW4' of S22 T6S R20E for sold to Alfred G. Hooker and '

to Arthur W. Schulz and Julius Royal, Jr. and wife of Hampton Lake Oaks for block 12 in Lawtey for $4,500. 76700. wife land in the KK':' of\ S7 T7SK22K Type of Entry . . . . . . . . . . .
wife in excess of 144 acres in sold to Mildred Wellmon and $15,000. Carter Construction, Inc. of Donald D. Zell and wife sold : for $r>.IWl:
SE',4' of NEW of SJ4 T5S H22E husband lot 1 of NI-3 of S', of Joyce Lee Walker sold to Tallahassee, sold to Harry G. Kerr-McGee Corp. 12 feet of Alfred l (i. Hooker, and wile-\ &W Q & Q &
for 200000. The farm ,u: west VV198 ft. of N' of SE' Samuel Crockett and Shirley land and in '
4 of Sells and wife lot 8 of Conerly an easement S22 sold to Kind: ( Vcrbust and
of the Bayless Highway I iCK- SW 4 of SW 4 of S22 T6S R22E Jones lots 12 and 13 of block 16 Estates for $5,000. T6S R20E for $100. wife land in the SI'?:' of S7 T7SK22K Christmas Mailing Dates
225)) and west of SR-16 and is! for $100. in Lawtey for $2,400. John H. Van Zant and wife Gregory D. Laffoon and : for $12.000.
known the Felix Sapp Place. E.J. Blume and wife sold to Lester B. Wright and wife sold to Talmadge L. Wagnerand wife sold Charles M. Ball and Sam M. Griffis and wife sold Advanced Because Of
Arthur W. Schulz and wife Henry E. Griffis and wile landin and Edward L. Arms and wife" wife the east 100-feet of wife lots l through 4 and 13 to John A. Torode and wile Heavy

sold to Kerr-McGee Corp. 94 NH, corner of E', of N'2 of sold to. Thomas Kitchens and block 7 of government lot 1 of through 16, or about 70 acres, land fn the Sfo:' i of sat) TfiSIU2K
acres of land in the Brooker SE'4 of !NC'4' of S29 T6S R22E wife 4 74 acres in SEU\ of S7 Lakeside for $40,160. in S17 T5S R22E for $66.000. :.! : for $..1.500.Jim ; ). Volume Hazen Says
section the NW'4' of the NE i for $5.(KM). T7S R22E for $3,200. (lance Thornton sold to II.F. Farnsworth and. wife ,
of S22 T6S R20E and the SW t Mrs. Meomie C. Thomis William H. Nollman sold to Mark Olin sold to Bradford Wheeler and wife five acres in sold to Robert S. Johns' one/
of the NE'4 of the N\V ( of the sold to Truman W. Hill and M.A. Payne and wife a parcelof County a 60-foot right of way S16 T6S R22E for $100. acre in the :NK'; :' i nf. S2I: TiJSR22K Suggested Christmas increase, according to
E'< of the SE'4 of the NWI4' of wife land in SW i of NW4 of land in tract A of West for a road in the SW4 of the Reese C. Bradley and'wife : for $3.000.: mailing deadlines for Postmaster Hazen.
S22 T6S U20E, for 103600. NE' S35T6S R22E for$100. Pines for $100. NE'4 S30T7S R22E for$100. sold to Robert R. Gockley the L.K. Edwards: and wife, sold domestic parcels and letter While letter mail will
Lewis M. Ayer, for the late Bradford County sold to Betty Jane Boyd and Jack M. Courtnay sold to S'a of the S'a of the NEil of to Fred M. Smith and tideland mail have been advanced continue to receive priority
Gladys M. Ayer, sold to Arthur W. Schulz and wife the Catharine Dawkins, as David A. Lawson and wife lot the SE' i of S36: T5S R20E in the SK'i:' of l Mil TVS because of an exceptionallyhigh treatment, the increase in
Michael E. Adkins and wife east 330: : feet of the SE" i of He personal representatives for 1. block B of Lake Hampton except the right of way for SK- R22E for 511I11.l mail volume, accordingto mail from the general public, ,.
four parcels of land totalling NW4; of S22 T6S R22E for the estate of Nelle H. Oaks for 2950. 235 for $12,500.Reese James R While sad wile Postmaster T.C. Hazen, Jr. on top of the unprecedented
158.15 acres in S12 T7S R21E $lOll Nollman, sold to the Barnett Theo K. Dyal sold to J.R. C. Bradley and wife sold to Charles \\ l 11.1\ is and business mail volume
located at the intersection of Gilbert Q. Crosley and wife Bank of Jacksonville as a Mott and wife the N'2 of lots 1 sold to Charles P. Dudding wife t the west IIi:; feel of theNF' The 'suggested Christmas generated by the strike, could a
SK-227 and US-301 south of sold to Melvin N. Dishmanand trustee land in Tract A of and 2 block 15 in Ward City for and wife the N'a of the S'a of :'; :' ufihcSW: tin- :NK'' mailing deadline is now result in the use of many
Starke. for $108,433. wife a parcel of land in West Pines for $600. 2000. the NE'i I of the SEll of S36: of S4'I'6S H2211m': sum:' December 3 for domestic postal facilities normally
Keystone Heights Improvements SW'' of the NE' of S30 T7S Keystone Heights Cemetery Mrs. Pauline Torode sold to T5S:; R20E except the right of Jesse F ll.iss and wife sold. parcels and December 10 for dedicated to letter mail to
Association, Inc. sold to Ben Gary D. Waters and wife lots for SR-235\ for letter mail and greeting cards prevent an unmanagable
Corp. sold to the Key- K22K: for 4500. way" 12500. to 1'aul K.; K.ilnar and wife
Mizell, Jr. and wife the N', of 27 through 32 inS14 T5S R22E, Mrs. W. sold to intended for delivery by backlog of parcels.
stone Golf and Country Club Iceland A. Brown and wife Mary Wynn the lot at the NK: corner "I l the
six parcels of land in S24 T8S sold to Bradford County the) lot 34 in Keystone Cemetery or about 60 acres for 48000. James. Sheffield and wife 10 intersection of Jackson' .mil,, Christmas. "I strongly the public
R22K:! :, the present 63 acres section of Hogan Road lying in for $100. Georges' Properties, Ltd., acres in the NK11: of S22 T7S Church Streets in stuiki lor "The impact of greatly to deposit urge parcels by
golf course property, forSIOU.OOO. sections 2(1( and 27. Tfs R21E Edwin L. Hornsby sold to sold to Bradford County a 60- R21K lying south of SR-18 for $:><;..ooo.fhailey. increased mail volumes December 3 and letters and
L.E. and wife two the 15-state
Padgett foot right of in the NW II generated
club had leased way 53.000.
The for $loo.R .
J' '
and cards December
vulcsold by
in the of of Parcel Service strikein greeting
acres NW4 NW',4 for United
of S6 T6S R22E $100.
the property for the past 10 .J. Starling and wife soldto Mrs. Mary W. Wynn sold to to Jesse I' intlin; and deliveredby
S2 T7S R22E for $300. Jewell T. Roberts sold to C. the East and South, and its 10 to assure they are
ears. The membership in Charles W Barton and wife Hobert L. Sapp Sr. and wife wifelolsl.2.-.2J.J-l.: :! : and :!!!1.1.| effect other Christmas," Hazen says.
residual on partsof
Whitehead and Steve
April; authorized the board of one acre of land in S22 T6S Mary P. Hartman and Scott 2:1.31: acres in the NE' of S22 bock| 2 of I the City P.nkMilnli, the country compels us to Suggested mailing dates for

vision Starke lor UMi.2iNLocal ask the public to mail even international mail are
I. xvr earlier than normal," unchanged l. but customers are
Woman Continues Court Strule To Keep Her Home"Where Postmaster Hazen states. also urged to and deposit overseas

.. Parcel volume has already packages greetings
than doubled in the immediately, and to send
is this thing called V everyday not knowing. tell head or tails, I would like strike more area and is up them by airmail if they want
justice asked Annie t "Since Frank died it is whatI very much to know what is nationwide and to assure delivery byChristmas.
Chandler in the living room of call Hell," she said. "I can't going on." letter mail is also on the .
the Lincoln City home she
may be forced to leave at any .11
Mrs. Chandler says she
faces eviction at any time and .
the situation "is driving me I
nuts." She gestures with her Yourse\f\ HuntingThoSepo
hands to indicate the rooms of fOnd
the house that she is not ableto y r Fx You ,

paint or repair for fear that t To Find
she will be asked to leave. Hard
"I 1 just exist," said Mrs.:
Chandler. The threat of Equipment(
eviction started less than one &
month after the death of her Sapp e

husband, Frank Chandler, in ... Office
I March 1973, says :Mrs. I
\. Chandler. She was asked to r
move by her brother-in-law 4
1 Harrington C. Chandler, or

'f three house.bedroom concrete in rent for block the (: May We Help You

Mrs. Chandler said she ,
refused to pay rent on the _

his house first that wife her had husband built. The and V A11r- Choose From 1,001 Items For Home Or OfficePLASTIC

concrete block house replaceda
frame house that has since
been torn down that was ,

existing located about house."I 50. feet from the P 5i__ : This Weeks Special .

feel the house belongs to ..------ 1

me," said !Mrs. Chandler She assessments and overlappingtaxes University of Florida and they they will apply for an The Dart IIEberhard
added if her brotherinlaw"had confused the issue, appealed to the Florida additional pleading. The case
just set tight he would according to J.R. Kelly, tax Supreme Court which refusedto will return to circuit court, but
have gotten the house collector Records showFrank grant certiorari, (hear the no trial date has been set. Faber
anyway" referring to after Chandler paid the taxes case). The ruling of the "Somebody is wrong
she died. for without interruption from 1945 District Court of Appeal is somewhere, and I am the one Fine Line Pens
"I'm not looking and lived on that property."If automatically upheld in that that is the scapegoat" said
but what r is on
personalIs mine. I just want a I think a thing is right Idon't case.At the matter is still Mrs. Chandler", "I have spentall '
present that I had.
to &
enough That Sharp
have sense Stays
place to live." Chandler.She in litigation and law clinic I1/t9,15/
said Mrs.
back off Mrs. Chandler said the
over Don Peters
The ownership dispute supervisor
and paid Firm & Writes
the land in South SLarke on hired an attorney the declined to comment since problem is the indecision of Stays
-1 and straighten
4' Chandler Road south of $1.8oo) to try
went to
f. Lincoln City Road began in matter out. The case Smooth
the 1940's according to the court M. Carlisle ruled that Your Letterheads Custom Designed ''
eight inch thick. file in the Mrs. Chandler would have a With Eight Colors
Bradford County Courthouse to live on that
The one acre of the Frank life-time On appeal to the a4e To Choose From
'handler property is part of a District property.Court of Appeals for FINE
three acre plot deeded the 8th District the Circuit Little

Harrington Dispute arose Chandler over whcth.Frank Court' .ruling Chandler was enlisted overturned.Mrs. the. POINT! 3 9

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Trustees................ 2 Walk Away From Lawtey Smash-Up

(From Page 1)

\ two-semi tractor-trailer I
referring to the Johns letter. smashup.. in Lawtey about 4 i -
The board did hear from one a,m )Friday morning, Nov. 20, :
complainant in person, L,H. caused an estimated $22,000 V
n Outlaw asked the board to damage.. to the trucks and $20
clarify the contract terms of In a signTraffic .
the radiologist. Outlaw
wanted to know if Dr. Castillo in the southboundlane _
had a blank contract to read was hampered for over
every x-ray in the hospital 'six hours, but was flowing
freely again by 1030.: It took
The request stemmed froman > most of the day to completelyclear
Injury to Outlaw's son rr r 7 .a the wreckage
when an x-ray was not read {
until after the patient had 1 11111! A semi driven by Felton Lee
been treated by a specialist in )Foxhall of Auburndale was I
in the
Gainesville. Outlaw objectedto parked on US-301
for the "after parking lane when a semidriven
paying x-ray
Gibbs of
by I
the fact'
Woodburn, Ga. veered to the .
"If 1 felt like owed him for I r Y right and ran into the left rear
services rendered I would of the parked truck. Impact I
pay him," said OUtlaw. He shoved the wrecked trucks 142
asked the board research the feet up to the gas pumps at I
area and to also determine Milo Smith's Service Station. V /.

who owns xrays after they
are paid for. The board Gibbs was estimated to
referred the questions to a have been traveling 50 mph
joint conference committee. when the impact occurred.
Trooper Ken Etheridge notes the damage Involved when one semi-trat and trailer sla m mad! Gibbs was arrested for fialure

Edmondson brought the Into another parked semi in Lawtey. This scene Is the opposite side of the wreck shown iilx>\oGibbs to have his vehicle under Danny Waters stands by the cab In which driver Alonza Gibbs was cradled In the sleeper
board up to date on the public said Etheridge, Is "very, very lucky" to have walked away from the crash urtii.illvunscathed. control. His truck was totally compartment and escaped serious Injury.
works grant"' application it demolished

was rejected in Atlanta truck owned by

without items are prejudice corrected until four or Minnie Griffis Remembers 51 Ridge The Foxhall Pallets, Inc. of Barlow while First Offenders Get Second ChanceIn

I revised. Edmondson said sustained $2,000 damage
corrected and the Gibbs' truck owned by
these would be
resubmitted before Dec. 1. Years In Union County J.\1.! Transportation Co of
The hospital is applying .f for Milledgeville, Ga, had $20,000 Pretrial Intervention ProgramBy

$779,000 for an addition to the Grove Congregational damage.
hospital.The It was 51 years ago she Methodist Church since DepartmentOf supervision with frequent bation In most cases
came to Union County as the coming here in 1925 and Wreckers from Jacksonvillehad Offender Rehabilitation counseling It is limited to restitution is required, and
board approved bride of Ernest Griffis..Shewas remembers then church was to be called in to pull the first-time, third degree occurs more quickly becausethe
advertising for bids for a 47 19, he was 31. held once a month as the trucks apart. The load of steel A university student was in felonies in which court individual gets into the
cubic foot freezer, and will Sitting on the sofa, her Bible preacher traveled to other mesh from the Gibbs' truck his car smoking hashish untila officials, the arresting officer program earlier, prior to trial I,
begin studying the cost of beside her, Minnie Griffis churches on the other had to he unloaded before the policeman interrupted the and the victim consent. Those and completes it sooner than
micro filming 20 years of reminisces about moving Sundays wreckers could complete their scene and arrested him. who fail to fulfill the contractare normal probation. During the
medical records. away from her family in N Pine Groveas organizedin jobs: Normally that would have returned to the court last fiscal year, participants
The board also referred to Hamilton raised County four miles where from she 1910. but !Mrs Griffis was Diesel fuel from both trucks meant a harsh interruption of system. paid $14.OHO in restitution.
the joint conference was ; not sure which was there had to be hosed off the road the young man's plans for the About 90 percent have The effort concentrates the
committee an insurance risk White Springs. first (the church 01 the before tralfic could resume. future. successfully completed the supervision where it is most
program.. Richard Welty, He the was church a visiting she attended preacherat and aa. 7 cemetery, and says, 'it is a The Law ley Volunteer Fire But a new type of probation I i rogram. "Recidivism of that likely to pay off on the In-
hospital attorney, explainedthe became friends .. I possibility that 'old preacher Department was on the scene enabled him to have a second I -oup has been less than three dividuals most likely to
"purpose is to keep before down it they Marriage followed and the there for over 40 years. but Jack Futch' may have startedthe in case the fuel ignited chance and to go on to law I i docent" Lang said. Duringhe succeed. The possibility of
lawsuits by settling church. school with clean criminal fiscal success of potential -
another )Foxhall was asleep in the a I last year 1,302entered participants
Union "Theyare
to County started out in
state they
goes to court. The new The state prison tame ICIer compartment whenhe record 4 and 1,081 successfullycompleted is determined by
still the roads that the sleeping
the same house by pecan
program requires the church was built and struck from the rear The situation would have 4 It. Funding during staff investigations.
then, said Mrs. with horse was
establishment of a four we came on trees. Starting a surrounds it on three sides lot bleaker for him totaled The affects the defendant
Griffis A few roads before had throwing him forward in the been a I hat period $467,437, program
more they
member board and a risk have been added and some and plow mechanical,long equipment, Pine Grove is now in the third cab of the truck !Neither: with a criminal record, he ,vith LEAA funds, arranged before trial, and if he
manager to investigate"incidents" have become hardroads, but any farmed 30 acres. An building in the same lilac e drin'I'dS seriously hurt. said after completing the Pretrial I hrough the Florida Bureau of accepts and completes it
an occurence they The block part of the churchwas Rescue Intervention Program 4 Criminal Justice Planning successfully, charges are
she remembers their car, a the farm !First aid was given by
160 acres
is not routine, and make a original added the 19O's! and the In-
in : medical The intensified probation and Assistance, accountingor dropped
Ford, even then it was "a very was divided up and is still that bo emergency
determination. old Model, that had been cut today, each of four boys the Sunday school building in technicians, and then both effort aimed at keeping first I[ $416.018 dividual witha clean criminal
down to a truck," way received 30 acres. the 1960's The church, were taken to Bradford offenders out of the crime-in The program started in record Thus the program also
remodeled three years. ago, is Hospital. carceration crime cycle has judicial circuits based in cuts down on court caseloads -
The house Mrs. Griffis livesin They farmed the same land, County
: now by the road has been off SR-125, up until her getting a spruce up painting Gihbs escaped more serious proven valuable in five i Clearwater, Gainesville, .
husband died 14 ago, she now.Ernest injury because he was thrown Honda) court circuits, has I'ensacola, Tampa and West During the last fiscal year
he years worked off Griflis was a back into the sleeping recently been started in two I'aim Beach. Since then it was three types of charges
remembers only
for short periods of preacher as is Minnie She compartment of his truck cab others, and more expansion is I begun in Broward and Duval accounted for more of the individuals -
Contest Nets 100 EntriesThe time the place in all those years. says she mostly sings and the least damaged part of the being considered, according I:Bounties DOR is considering involved in the pro
Now she has a garden, "just testifies now at Pine Grove trutk HIP Trooper Kenneth to Florida Department of I more expansion gram, 515 of them on drug
but there was a time she Offender Rehabilitation makes charges, 322 on larceny
Before Etheridge said Gibbs was extremely The program more
contest sponsored by the Bradford County Telegraphfor what 1 can do myself preached at all the churches. Louie L charges and 163 burglary
the individual on
fortunate to come out DOR( ) Secretary demands on
asked to find Griffis tends to
the past two weeks, in which the reader was it gets hot Mrs.
Minnie, along with her three
alive. Gibbs was \\aniwnght han the normal of charges.
of the crash type pro-
but the
and produced as
hidden names buried in news advertising copy, her fall vegetables, sister.in-laws comprise the around the wreck The pretrial program
results. Total results were over 110 postmarkedentries. day gets warmer she retreatsto walking
older members of the church
and witha
at low cost
when Lawtey Fireman James operates
She admits"I
the cool house. that are left. The oldest is 86, rate, and AF Locates Navigation Tower
for Waters arrived on the scene, high success
A love
This week's winners are as follows: give plumb out. then 75, and another just a few includes such stipulations as I
but Waters said Gibbs passedout
Ida Sue Schmidt won the $15 first prize for being the first flowers show in the hanging
months than Minnie
person to clip and mail 5 correct names to the Telegraph by B baskets and flower lined She has younger a brother 67 who is a few from minutes shock laterprobably restitution Program Supervisor, according Dave to Off SR-199 On UCI Grounds
the house.
a 'Thursday morning. walkway up also a member of the churchAn Lang. Average cost of a
Bud Harley of Starke was the first persons to find his own A few children's toys are ardent supporter of her intervention case, What has appeared in Union :McClellan, AlaIImsystem ,
name for which\ he will receive a gift certificate for a turkey scattered under the big trees. church she explainer the New: aso TM NKS toa fe GREAT which can extend up to six County: that is 400 feet tall andhas is comprised of
and a six-month subscription to the Telegraph. They raised 9 children and River Church at the COUNTa ,t\ months,is $:196, while cost of a red blinking lights three transput table electronicevpupnient
The to find the most names and mail hem to the Mrs. Griffis has 27 No giant Christmas tree
persons crossroads of SR- 125 arid S R regular probation case, which !>stations IIh 4 Telegraph were Thelma Wise, Starke, Myrtle Young, grandchildren and after a 199 is the New Congregational I averages 33 months, is $1,065, did not spring up during! the IIM.t! towers :and a I monitoring!
Starke, and John C. Crawford, Lawtey. They will receive $5 moment's thought, 9 great Methodist and began as a he said. summer, but a LORAN shelter is being
gift certificate to be used at the Deli at Piggly Wiggley grandchildren. "I "have to schoolhouse o'er10 years ago! The program allows a antenna tower located off SHI1'J constructed as part of a
Persons winning free six-month subscriptions for finding count them up. Many and was rebuilt three years defendant to contract forFrom on the Union Correctional $tI.5: 2U4HI) contract to the
their own name in our contest are Lester Humphries, Starke; relatives live close by, three ago. Institute grounds at Raiford Sperry Gyroscope i 1 Division.
T.E. Nail Kmgsley Lake, and Flossie Lee Mitchell, Starke. children in Union County, two Erected in June, the toweris Sperry Hand (iporition> ; of
To prevent the contest from getting stale we will skip a few in Palatka and one in testing out a new Air Force (ireltl'l'k.: N: .\
weeks, then come back with something even better. Do you Macclenny and Sanderson.Mrs. TacticalJavigation: system. The equipment will
our readers have any suggestions for a contest or game, with Griffis delights in -- Lon"ir:\: )Force jargonfor transmit signals\ that can be
which our readers could have some fun If so, please jot telling about her church, "I 1 ... long range aid to picked l hy a conventional
them down and mail them to The Telegraph, P.O. Drawer A, represent my church the best -,_... -- navigation, is a system which LOKAN:: leceiver \ then
Starke. Fl 32091 If we use your idea, we will gladly give you I can I love my church, I have V1' -'' can be easily transported determines the exact location
credit for it. loved it all my life and workedat world-wide and quickly
the time
To all the people that entered our contest, we say thank it all my life" assembled to give pilots or hy!> interpreting! (
She has belonged to Pine ., difference between pulses
their exact
you. ,; ground troops trim each ul the three
;jPI position The system is being transmitting stations LORANreceivers ::
-- developed by the Air )Force
are most commonly
System Command Mound aboard aircraft.
I Electronic Svstems Division although! such equipment is
llanscom AM,
located at
also. carried by truck jeepship ,
or one-man backpackl.OHAN
The 400-foot( tower at :: systems have been
Raiford is one of three around since World War II but
installed under a test program have been at. fixed locations
conducted by the Air' Force requiring! extensive !ground
i- Someone I ,- y Other test sites for this pieparations and constructiontime
Have program are located at the '. Later versionsincorporated !
Do You I ,, i d r Kisatchie National Forest) some

jlftLISt, j y5J. t i 1-a. and Pelham Range, Fort transportable qualities, The 1
\ Holiday' ( 1'' wvry present system ill be similar
r in function to existing LORAN:
On Your Dec. 2 Vote ground stations
? The major differences are
\ For fa its rugged t transportable
Hard To Buy Y Set In LawteyTwo characteristics, added, power,
That \is ? jfi and increased range! over
city council races and earlier portable systems The
I "e I three referendum questions towers\ have been designed for
1 I appear on the Lawtey ballot easy assembly and
Dec. 2Incumbent. 1I1a sembly.
SUggest ___ councilman Ben Associated support

Ule oL McCulley is running equipment, transmitters

May unopposed. Another (capable of LORAN:: pulse
:.--:: incumbent councilman, John transmissions), towers and
Robertson, is being the monitoring !station wire
challenged by Archie Kittles, completed to allow testing to
Jr. std rl at all the field sites about
Voters will also decide on Julv 15, 1976. Under the terms
ATripToTheOffice the adoption of a new city of the contract with Sperry
charter, which is a simplified Gyroscope, the Air Force has
( PageBradford 1 version of the present charter, an option for three more

County Sheriff Deputies Steve Backus, John Iempsey and Don Denton prepare to and on whether the offices of systems
Shop dump confiscated drugs Into pit to be burned. chief of police and city clerk The Air Force has a lease
should be elective or agreement with the prison fora
appointive. Both offices are portion of the installation to
presently elective become prison property hen
110 W. Call St 964-5764 limit, >r t"rlul-lp the antenna is removed.

(From Page ii per month for the two advisory board. Council 3 Men Pose As Social Security Agents,

We Can Assist You In Choosing A Truly meeting last week\ The gar separate requests will be members said they felt the I IThree
bage contractor said he would\ funded town was not receiving "just Talk Way Into Homes! For Stealing Sprcf
wait\ until the next regular In other action, the council: representation" in the use of
Unique Gift For Anyone On Your List. council session! for an answer Heard a request, from the county funds in makingthe
Noting' the city was\ "Just Commissioner Paulk for request. Commissioners men posing as Social telling them they need the
breaking even" with its several names to be submitted agreed to bring the matter up Security agents talked their physical examination. After
current $2. per month charge as a possible county zoning during their next session. way into a Lawtey man's being admitted to the house,
Let Us Order It for garbage service customers board member from the home Saturday, telling him he one of the men takes the
councilman George Brooker area. the Old 1 needed a physical victim into another room for
Pierce said there was "a needto Requested the mgt examination to continue the bogus physicial exam and

For The Man In Your Life A Desk For His restructure" the garbage commissioners arrange a receiving his Social Security the other searchs the house for
rates. presentation in Brooker by payments and then ransackedthe money and items of value. The
Among the possible members of the North Florida house and fled with $75. men, all In their early
Den-Or A Fine Pen Pencil Set- remedies suggested i iAere an Regional Planning Council on tl Chief Sheriff's Deputy twenties, cut the telephone
overall rate increase and a the aspects of the county's ? Robert Green warned that wires so victims cannot
Or Accessory For The Office commencal rate charge The land use plan. I 'fj. Baker and Columbia counties contact the police
Any = $.. .
town does nut at the present Asked the commissionersto a .Mir have been reporting the same
time. have a commercial consider turning over the Ifoo n type of incident, and that The sheriffs departmentwarns
garbage service rate city's $1OUO per year allot- apparently the men have residents not to let
Come Browse Through Our Catalog And Select From A special work session was ment for recreation depart- are political speakers contacted a number of anyone claiming to be a Social
set for Monday :Nov' 29. at 7 ment activities directly to the who need no Introductions; citizens. Security representative into
the Thousands of Items Offered pm. when the council will decode council rather than the what" they need are concluilons. Green said the men their homes, but to contact the
how the additional 1)70) present citizen's recreation ." approach elderly people department immediatelyrl7. )