Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04081
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04081
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side Of Heaven

Section One98th Year STAKKE, FLORIDA aSCents
31th Issue Thursday, December 2, 1916 CopyPlayOffs


Ocala Forest ,

BHS Gridders

.. ,t ', :' "It's not very often you get a chance to play somebody that beat you again," says Head Coach
.'H'" "', ,,.'. David Hurse of tomorrow night's (Friday. Dec. 3)) clash in Ocala between his Tornadoes,
''iI': champions of Region 3, and number one Ocala Forest,champions of Region 4, in the second roundof I
(,. 1976 state Class 3A football play-offs.
: Game time is 8 p m at Booster Stadium in Ocala off Silver Springs Boulevard east of US 301.

4r it. We're really looking Young gained 92 yards against BHS in October. Since then he
forward to it," Hurse states. BHS and dug out crucial first has improved, Coach Hurse
f'' In Ocala Forest the downs running the ball 20 says, and is even more
Tornadoes are again facingthe times.
number one ranked Class Speedy Ernest Bell, 5-10, See Pane 4))
3A team in the state. Forest is
rJ twice defending state
4 champion and is undefeatedthis

record.season with an 11-0 Report ExpectedBy .

Forest beat BHS 14-7 on
October 29 in Starke,
capitalizing on Tornado Week's End
Bradford County Volunteer firemen wade through the rubble of a two-story County volunteers from Hampton and Theressa! fought the blaze past mistakes an early pass
wooden" frame house on Meng" Dairy Road near Hampton destroyed" by fire midnight Into the early morning hours Wednesday. interception and a fumble
Tuesday night.Family. which led to two first half
j touchdowns. BHS fumbled on
the Forest 10.
On Teacher TalksA
The Tornadoes are 9-2 going
Of 3 Escapes Hampton Blaze into their second play-off
I game this week after up- special master called in to they say is a more equitable
setting favored Tarpon negotiate teacher contract salary increase schedule.

"Not much left, is there" a and their young son, Timothy, Manning said he was Springs 22-19 last week in talks between county teacharsand The teacher proposal
. 29 year old recently unemployed had retired for the evening, preparing to retire for the Tarpon Springs. Again this the school board had not includes a $147,708 cost of
man commented to a watch on the dying evening when he caught a week, the Tornadoes are yet made a recommendationas living adjustment and $451,242in
his wife as they stood keeping the fireplace of the faint oder of smoke. considered the underdog. of Wednesday. other raises for a total of
watching the Bradford County twostory wood frame house "At first, I thought it was s Winner of this game Fridaywill Alabama attorney ThomasJ. $598,950 over last year's total )!
Volunteer firemen extinguishthe the couple rented near short in the (electrical) on Dec. 10 play the winnerof King, who heard both sidesin contract.
smoldering remains of the Hampton. wiring somewhere," Manning the Panama City Bay High, a Nov. 9 meeting, is Earlier in the year, the f
, home they had safely escaped Manning's decision to said. He made a quick searchof Region 1 champ, and St. expected to forward his board budgeted $30,000 in
+, a short while earlier with their remain awake, watching the the living room, and then Augustine High, Region 2 recommendation to the Public raises for county school
one year old son on Meng coals until they had cooled, went outside to look under the champ, being played this Employees Relations Council administrators and $109,000 in
Friday night in St. Augustine, PERC) in Tallahassee by the raises for non instructional )
Dairy Road late Tuesday just may have been one that house near the fire place, ; t tU
night. spared his family from injury where he said the spell of yr for the championship of the end of the week. King had 15 employees, leaving $261,000for
1 tn the blaze;which,leveled the smoke was strongest{. 4.b, h9. +ti. fa, northern half (section) of the days rom.ibcu..time.written .teachers and supplies ?"r, .--l
I It was the second time house, and destroyed "just Returning inside Manning I Ij' yr state. The championshipgame briefs were supplied him by Teachers have challengedthis '
Tuesday evening James C. about everything we had," noticed more smoke and of the state playoffswill bargainers to submit his figure, saying the county
! Manning had gazed on a according to Mrs. Manning. alerted his wife, who awoke be played Dec. 17 in South findings to PERC. actually has over $400,000 in
,I smoldering fIre. Some two First indication Manning their son.Manning. Florida, where four teams are The finding will be available monies. The school
I hours earlier he had remained had of the fire came shortly advised his wife to + playing this week as in the forwarded to both sides, board had maintained this
awake after his wife. Irene after 10:30: Tuesday night. take their son to a neighbor's northern half. which will study them and money cannot be
/ 11 11q'1 In South Florida tomorrow meet to discuss the findings. appropriated for salaries,
night Titusville Astronaut, Should either side opt to reject since it is not a recurring sumEnslrrn ; .
Region 5 champ is playing the recommendations, a
: Brooker Garbage Up Naples High, Region 6 champ. recommendation will be SlnliunIt
. Delray Beach, Region 7 issued by Superintendent
champ, is playing Miami Richard Jockel, which if o h IH.d Sti I ii rtlnv
I Curley, Region 8 champ. rejected will be followed by.a
"It's going to be a real meeting with the school boardto Starke Police Department is
I In 3-0 Decision Of Council challenge this week," says resolve the contract. currently investigating .1
Tornado offensive line Coach Talks are stalled primarily grand larceny theft which
Ted Jornov. "It gets tougher over teacher salaries: the occurred shortly before p m.
BKOOKKR: Residents began Town council members the new dump or the city ,a ;' Hi'i every week." school board is offering a Saturday at the Eastern Oil
paying higher rates for voted 30 on a motion by would be forced to pay, to Forest beat Bishop Moore of $2,582,350 package contract, Station/ at the intersection of
garbage service here >ester- councilman George Pierce, dump city garbage there Orlando 17-14 on a last minute giving teachers pay increases US 301 and SR 100.
day Wednesday (Dec 11.I ). seconded by councilman Otis An attendant has since been field goal to advance. BHS ranging from 6.6 percent to An undetermined amount iif,
I Testone, to raise residental hired, at city expense, to edged Number 2 ranked 15.4 per cent, with the larger cash was taken from .the.
I' garbage service rates from operate the new dump two Tarpon Springs 2219. raises going to those teacherson station while attendants were
the current $2 per month days per week Orea Prescott, The Tornadoes are again continuing contracts with serving customers outside the
:'iJ f ; m .mGiriril charge to $3.50 per month a Brooker resident, will be faced with stopping Forest 10 or more years of service. office
J '. = 1is I during a special work session paid a rate of $15 per day to IA quarterback Tyrone Young, a The teachers are asking for a No arrests have been nude
!".,. .. '; 'i.. here !Monday night. Council operate the dump Tuesdays 6-3 slim giant and the key to $2,862,019 contract with what as yet, in the theft.
,... ..'. .... .' Chairman AB. Adams did not and Saturdays.
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'_; .:..i I rwKrLfgtjaed husband James C. Manning,
stated there during the Monday night destroyed the home she and
.'.! ;,:i.. session he had assumed the center, rented from lade Carter, right, to her landlord. The Santa To Visit Here
: :-:;.'2 II t mmerc I Ia duties and that the dump Mannings safely escaped the" blaze with their one-year-old son
:.: I ould be open on the days set but lost most of their" personal belongings in the fire. The quick
.. 1'I tort "ie hours of 10 a.m to 5 exit from the burning wood frame house Is evident" In that Mrs.
: : t s 1 1e n fh*.winter months He Manning is barefooted. '
meappyt 'salrf rs may be exmg Next Saturda
Saturday, December 4 of m ..vtejKJetifionths; :. summer home and summon aid, as to replace items lost in the fire c
( to the bnHrtacifify a smoke continued to fill the at the Hampton General ,

9a.m.RUMMAGE.BAKE. SALE \ 51t !'A The r month raise for house and he felt heat coming Store. Information on clothing Santa Claus will put in his Wilson said entries have been fort Srwa.m. on the south
Bradford Volunteer ,Elementary Scho the rrffnt earbageUlis from the wall next to the fireplace sizes may be obtained by of the season received from the CURB\\ sidefot. t*' Bradford High foot-
Fire Department Two churches ., i m t '* (,(Mmes, telephoning the General Store in Stare Saturday, Dec 11, at Economic Agency, I bIIJ ddipl (Adkins Street l
Ladies Auxiliary "city limits will be' c vLwtsaa by council Few personal items were at 4681572. 10 a.m., as the annual Community Voe ;)f n est.. The parade
I residential rate of i "n hibe fitontlym saved. Manning said he When flames broke out they Christmas Parade, sponsored Center Bradford( ty .atar 10 a.m. and
Next to Badcock's Store
month in the future l l t ssio G es attempted" to return to the spread quickly through the by the Starke Bradford Volunteer Fire De q ertaed on Orange
Prior to the ht the rai use in an effort to bring out old wooden structure, fanned t east
Mondayv was iiuui incu fli wyuiu County Chamber of Bradford County F art JM son on
special ,session the own become effective DecetnSrft", ome of the family'selongings. by a strong, chilling wind Commerce makes its way ment Ladies r 11 cttJ;AeT mpson Street I
but the thick from the north The house was ,
*::30a.m. .charged'all garbage us. and first appear -in., his through the city's str< National Guard t 0 1i hompson, west
Smoke made salvagemDjjssible. engulfed in flames before fire
ersanacroasthe$2 January check fro Strawberry een VoVmeer Fire Dep e to Court, then
Breakfast with Santa
Junior Woman's Club month charge,, dcbi Grimes noted an arrtdpeted; fighters arrived on the scene. Margaret Norman Starke Elk Lodg rch odHa no nding at the
at Clubhouse Applied, tofandc i 1, greater volume \\nMnt,pick hft"I tried to go back in to save Bradford County Vol nt heads the list of enl in the pto 1. EC Flo idait a Parking Lot.
) / ggn ups with new bus *? jnnwinff i RrttWrre(fluff, but the smoke was Fire Department un/frofl gala parade She wi, rch inC ntry hanks may be
Sunday, December I BT into the area i flg isupst V thv w I had to crawl out, Hampton and T e by floats sponsor vlc ineil t the' Chamber of
f $ per.monthal "hereXJ ip air," Manning responded tot t Il, groups, clubs, sch Is a! d' n e e office. 202 N.elnu .
2pm.Memorial p n store }%, said. fought the bla st f churches and businesses and oem tlasLoca St. Deadline is '
Service ont In operation Mrs Ma 'n id items night Co re gaily decorated vehicles ui berepr r noon (Friday, Dec. I
Starke Elks Lodge 1802 I odZ month. r tfrttne p t he ze .._Judedkitcltqn DepartmentGreen t p Chamber president BI11K' to as ).
Refreshments Served res on $r said ijilyads \ .
vy t. out t nhri ,
men n (u ire 'Mnd a rOTtigfr@tor of walt9s. cored
Monday, December t .here -j ewate9 |d they would marvin i iIth ?-2 n 10t3 sn r G nausarter's
12 noonBradford "The Y ( o earlier husband famllyiTn( volunteers 1.e 1. h $ itrci
Children's will pla; r d l r' lack +ofi lake tier temporarily. Sfw In iTleitqttfor) to guie rN L'I, S nr
per month"1Previously fm$' by; n Jnadeglriew In I LegNewlyelected
Committee at St. Mark's I tfl ayt Ha p ,. >idi-Ra>lbeganirffrMWnjiUida ;wh her.
tiuppl t
Parish taki
and theake
'> per mo w t rentuatrjK ., aba air county
is i
gave Maxie Carter
n charg t r Il-fated commissioner
bage se CI mers councilman hit a 4 e r t oarby f t wtey course, will seems to be "going to the
Two recen t 'ona were L, nson called for cT i fof the day for dogs.
Elksand Elkettts
responsible for the Nhueased; id al rat of $3 and t Is 's youngest Carter was on the job
Stark Elks
Lodge 1802
garbage service rates. c cial rat f $8 vie ersiS ita will be looking Monday as a meter reader for
I Dlnner7p.m.Meetlng8p.m. 04. cou ra Florida Power & Light when
council learned
during i n our ym e one, waving and
special session, held Ima a stated Five men an Iona.' xi rter, threedrferendl ors si i candy to youngsters four dogs attacked him as he
November 18, that expenses to during ion of the rate have been eli th s x who, fir scene appeanyon the liwtA'Dallot.Incumbent along the route. attempted to read the electric:
Wednesday December
continue garbage service as it increase that this was the Chamber of o nerce's ( ght, ccUicilnan Ben meter of a resident on SK-16 In
7:30 p.m. presently exists, with twice a second time in recent months Board of Cover? S\n a Nov tatattfy'said the house, less McCulley ii runfing unopposed It's still not too late to entera eastern Bradford County near
"The Turning Point" week pick-ups on Tuesdaysand that the garbage service cost 26 ballottingj ral additions, was the A *thcouncilman v Xicumbent float or vehicle in the the Bradford-Union county
Music I Group performsat Saturdays, would cost an has increased in the city. Elected weYe S.L. P< rv t* former home of the Meng J n Robertson, parade. Deadline is Friday, line.Carter
First Baptist Church additional$170 per month. The "We've been bragging about the Florida Bank at Stark?;; Dairy Farm owners, and was is being challe ged by Archie Dec. 3. All churches, civic on crutches, said he
Public Invited additional charges were necessary how cheap it is, but we've got J.J. Wolbert, attorney; Steve originally constructed around Kitties Jr.Voters organizations, school groups didn't know how many times
to operate the recently to wake up and realize Its the Denmark of Denmark the turn of the century. will also decide on and local businesses are he'd been bitten All the bites
tll ljr Q(Eommunity0otr constructed county dump near 20th century," Pierce Furniture; Morris Williams of Noticeably limping from a the adoption of a new city invited to enter floats, were on his legs, which Carter
the city, and give the present commented Bradford Furniture dog bite he received earlier in charter, which is a simplified marching units and vehicles. described as "gnawed up."
flunk garbage contractor a $50 per Next meeting of the council Company; Dr. James K. the week while making his version of the present charter, Entries will be judged on Meter readers, as well as i
month raise. is set for December 13 at 7 Hester, an optometrist and rounds as a Florida Power & and on whether the offices of theme, originality, artistryand postmen and other service I
Accounts' Now 'Insured Up County commissioners Informed p.m. Council members will Mrs. Pat Spengler, school Light meter reader Carter chief of police and city clerk appearance. Prizes of $65, personnel visiting homes, are
To $40000 by the council the city consider entering a contract board member. commmented as he surveyed should be elective or $45 $25 and $15 will be routinely equipped with don
'.daral Otposit. Insurance Corp would be required to hire a with an outside garbage con The six will serve three year the scene, "This is definitely appointive. Both offices are awarded to winners. repellent spray, which Carter
purttime employee to operate tractor during the session. terms. not my week." presently appointive. The parade is scheduled to says he intends to begin lining.\
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. Macclenny Art Show De -(anl her -1 ObituariesCharlie 4 More-Garbage Dumping Site Being SoughtWith I

booth will i>e me that will
Saturday Browsing December In Macclenny* will display and sell things made .P. Foster, Jr. John J.I( Hunter) its second garbage County officials are proud of other sites more cheaply, the around $12,000 of the, less$24,000-plus man halt
really be interesting with the hv the patients! .it :Northeast dumping site now in operationin the new center, built at less county did just that using Die cost .
Fla State lIo. Brooker, Bradford Countyis than half the cost of the county employees not otherwise Lawtey site.Garbage
downtown lined with artists Wilson, 76
furniture Charlie P Foster, Jr., 40, of !
and craftsmen with a great swings. outdoor toy continuing negotiations with county's original dumping site engaged. I
of for sale chests, and planters are some Keystone Heights: died Wilson owners of land being eyed for at Lawtey. Convinced after Although exact figures are now has to be
/ariety objects Nov. 29, in JohnJ. "Buster" 78,
There will be toys, of the things that will\ be sold Monday Bradford morning County Hospital in of Waldo, died in an Ocala four additional sites to be completion of the Lawtey not yet available, the Brooker separated Into several
decorations, dolls, driftwood at a reasonable price. Starke after suffering an hospital Nov. 29 following a completed next year.Commissioner center that they could build the center is believed to have cost classes.
The arts and crafts festivalis Dave
liquid illness.
planters heart attack lingering
embroidery, quilts tatting, being sponsored jointly by apparent Florida State Prison where he Born In Griffin, Ga. Sept. 27 Shuford said the next site will 1
I Ifirst"
be "wherever
tole painting, taxidermy Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and was employed as a 1900, he had lived in Waldo for we get land
The Macclenny Art Group. The county is seeking J
batiks, jewelry and many correctional offiCE'r.Born many years. .
land oft the
will also be to secure Lincoln
handmade The sorority
other items He is survived by his widow,
Paintings of all types Irall\ selling hot dogs and taking August 5, 1936 in Ivy H. Wilson and several City Road, and is also eyeing
will be availableA pictures of children with Jacksonville Mr. several sites near the -
price ranges nieces and nephews.
particularly fascinatingChildren's Santa moved to Keystone Heights in Graveside funeral services Brownlee Road presently We are working lang2r
owned Container Cor
1952.! He was a Marine Corps will be held in Waldo
veteran of the Korean War Cemetery today (Thurs., Dec. poration and Rayonier
Com To Meet Dec. 6 and a member of the First 2)) at 2 p.m. with Rev. Fred timber companies.The with countyis hours for 1
Baptist Church of Keystone Yerkes officiating. DeWitt C. negotiating you
Shuford said."We're .
The Bradford County (hidrpn's !- Big Sisters ot Jacksonville. Heights. Jones Funeral Home of Starkeis companies now
Committee will meet at Purpose of the committee is handling arrangements. working on it; wedon't
St Mark's Parish House to determine the unmet needsof :Survivors include his wife have a particular site in
children and youth in the E. Foster mind, just wherever we can go
Mrs. one
Decemberfi. at ;
Monday.>guest speakers will be noon Miss community and to find waysof son. Charlie P Foster III, of James<< 1 (). SullivanJames first" Shuford said. Starting Becsmlber 1st
The Brooker
these ni-eds center
meeting Keystone Heights; three
Pam c'oggins director of
daughters' Winona Ann and O. Sullivan 53 died completed at the end of
Foster Home for Disturbed
has been troubled drive-in isllers
Children of Gainesville and :Membership and meetingsare :Margaret Elizabeth both of Sunday morning in Ocala with September communications our
rhomas Poston executive open to all interested KH. and Kelli Michaelle after a brief illness.
director of Big Brothers and citizens Foster who lives in south He was born in Vero Beach, problems between the county
Florida: his parents Mr. and living in Starke for the past and the city of Brooker will make your life
Mrs. Charlie P Foster. Sr. of seven years. He was a former regarding opening and
Cat ho lie Women To Ieet Dee. 3 KH: one brother Michael deputy Sheriff of Dade manning the dump. The city
Foster of San Antonio. of World War decided last ween to rare a
Wayne County, veteran easier
Friday. man to work at the center two iy being xapen :
St; William Catholic Texas II, and was a member of the
:Mass at 9 followed days a week.
is .1 i in First Church of
Women's \t'lu'i rill hold its Baptist
egular mo it .My meeting by (he meetingll women Funeral services were held Starke.
ire welcomeThe Survivors include his wife one grandson.
Wednesday. Dec l. in the
DeWitt C Jones Chapel at Mrs. Betty Sullivan of Starke: Funeral services were held

/' Keystone Heights with Rev one Miami son, two James sisters.Sullivan Mrs.of Funeral Tuesday Home Nov. 30 Chapel, in Archer with 13:30: 3:30: Man. -Thurs.

: q-: P-: <, -tllll Bob Burial Scroggms was!( in officiating.Ochwllla Hilda Griffith; of Starke, and the Rev. Ben P Bryant

fi"n derby hat wat sold by .\ New Vork tore m the (I'emeterx south of Melrose. Mrs Thelma Milliken of officiating. Interment was at
Hope Baptist Church
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SCHOOL NEWSPreparation Mr. and Mrs. David Monday. They went to see Mrs. Pierce Crews. Friday weekend with her sister, Miss Mrs. Betlie Jane Morgan of I
Wilkerson and son David, and their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. morning they went to visit Elizabeth Terry. On SundayMrs. Starke visited Mr. and Mrs.
has begun for Mrs. Linda Crawford and P.I. Seavers, Sr., while there. by EHlttbet2h Terry Mrs. Pierce's ,.sister and Futch attended First James Waters on Friday
the Christmas
program to be daughter of Jacksonville were brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Church of Middleburgand night.
December presented 14.on All Tuesday will Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mr and Mrs. Arthur Smith of Mr. and Mrs. James Waters. Waldo Pringle of Worthington was a dinner guest of Mr.
grades their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chesser and family of Ocala. David McCulley remained Springs. and Mrs. Mike Waters and Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Beach,
be represented in the program Leon Wilkerson. Sanford, and Mr. and Mrs. with them until Mr. and Mrs. Maxie family. Mike was a former Mrs. Donald Roberts and
and.the starting time will be 7p.m A.Q. Smith and family of Sunday. Reddish, Donald and Randall Rev. and Mrs. Jimmy student when she taught children of Lake City, Mrs.

cards for the James Raulerson was a Auburndale, spent the of State Farm, Mr. and Mrs. Parrish of State Farm, were school here. Edith Swinney, Mr and Mrs
Report weeks secondsix Thanksgiving dinner guest of Thanksgiving weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Robert McClellan and Jeff of Monday dinner guests of Mr. C.K. Cowan, Mr. and Mrs.
went out on Wed Mr. and Mrs. Carlysle Ritch their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walker and sons of Jacksonville Heilbronn Springs were and Mrs. Les McClellan.Mr. Mrs. Margie Reddish and John Cowan and son, Brian,
school nesday,if Dec. 2. Please call the and family of Starke. Other H.C. Harley. On Thanksgivingday and Mrs. David Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan Mrs. S.L. Swindell and
you have questions guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Osgood and children of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. R.T. Van were Thursday afternoon children, and Mr. and Mrs.
concerning your child s grade.All Wayne Wall and family. Massey and family, and Mr. Thompson, Ga., were Sunday Les McClellan. Arsdall of Ormond Beach guests of their mother, Mrs. C.A. North and family of
parents are invited to and Mrs. Joe Harley and VV.II. Hall of Jacksonville.Mrs. Jacksonville were Thanks-
visit in the dinner guests of their parents, were Thanksgiving guests of
become classrooms and Misses Lynn and Kelly family joined them for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker Mr. and Mrs. Mike Waters their son-in-law and daughter, giving dinner guests of Mr.
familiar with the Whaley, Mrs. Daisy Boch, and and family.Mr. and family of Middleburg, Pastor and Mrs. Jim Hall and Robert Lee visited her and Mrs. J."'. Robertson. Mrs.
materials the pupils are using. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, were Mr.and Mrs. R.E. Altwater, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waters family. brother-in-law and sister, Mr John North and Mrs. B. Wellhouser -
LUNCH MENU) Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mrs. R.W. Bowman, and Mrs and Mrs. Joseph and family of Starke, Mr. and and Mrs. Robert Whetsel of of Maxville, and Mrs.
Dec 6-10)) her son-in-law and daughter, Shirley Derrick and children Starling and son were Mrs. Danny Waters and Mrs. Joyce Fulch of Keystone Heights on Thanks- Johnson of Maclenney visitedin
(depending on deliveries) Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith Lisa and Drew, of Thanksgiving dinner guests of family, and Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Blatkshear, Ga., spent the giving afternoon! the afternoon.
and daughters. Other guests Jacksonville, Mrs. Margaret their mother, Mrs. Carolyn Waters and family, and
MONDAY: Corn dog, the afternoon - -- - - - - -----j
during were Mr. Cahan and children of Holmes and children. Shannon and Stacy i r"r11 i P
mustard, ketchup cole slaw, and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and Baldwin, and Mr. and Mrs. Higginbotham were
peach crisp, milk. family, Billy Payne, and Mrs. Steve Crews and Andrew Mrs. Tommy Harper and Thursday evening dinner
TUESDAY: Salisbury steak Maines Griffis and children of gathered at the home of Mr. children visited their grand- guests of their parents, Mr.
with gravy, mashed potatoes, Palatka.Mr. and Mrs. James Bowman on parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl and Mrs. James Waters. 3-J= HiV"vroM
green beans, rolls, r3 '
apple Sunday to help Mrs. Bowman Prevatt on Sunday afternoon. '=
sauce, milk.WEDNESDAY and Mrs. Raymond celebrate her birthday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
: Chicken Bryan went on an all day Capt. and Mrs. Russel Lines Peterson of Dowling Park
with rice, green limas, fruit fishing trip with their son-in- and Mrs. O. Nicula and and daughter Jacqueline of were Saturday: dinner guests IT'S THE TIME OF THE YEAR WHEN

cup milk., biscuits, peanut butter, law and daughter, Mr. and family were Thanksgivingdinner Sumter, S.C spent a while of their son-in-law and ,
Mrs.Ted Bryan of Gainesvilleat guests of their brother- with their parents, Col. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. SV fI
THURSDAY: Beefaroni, lakes near Hawthorne.Mr. in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson. Robert Lee. <
peas & carrots, pear half, Mrs. Floyd Jenkins of Jack *Av\f* >i rolls, milk. and Mrs. Gus Peeples of sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Tye spent
FRIDAYSpiced: ham & West Palm Beach visited Mr. and family attended the Big Thursday to Saturday with Santa
cheese sandwich, potato and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogler Mac Regional Ball Game at their son and daughter-in-law, Diu
chips, corn, orange juice jello, Friday morning. Other guests and family of New Smyrna Tarpon Springs on Friday Mr. and Mrs. John Tye, Jr., w t
were their son and daughter- Beach were Thanksgivingdinner night in which Bradford High and family of Pensacola. ; -1 .yt 1L E .r,!
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. guests of their parents, participated and won 2219. Could
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Prevatt, Jr., and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley. Mrs. J.B. Taylor, Sr., and
Gainesville, who were their Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mrs. Sylvia T. Pope and son
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday dinner guests on Friday. Mrs. Darlene Norman and Wainwright and family of David of Jacksonville were ? 1
School 10 a.m., Worship Ser- sons, Mrs. Elsie Norman, Mr. Eaton Park, Mrs. Pat Thanksgiving dinner guests of U 0 A Little I
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Mrs. Johnny Jenkins of and Mrs. Fredercck Prescott, Saunders, Lisa Denise, and Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and Mr. S
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Hilliard visited her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Cathy of Jacksonville were and Mrs. D.R. Brown and
7:30: p.m., YPE Friday 7:30: Mrs.O.J. Anders on Saturday. Prescott and family of Thanksgiving dinner guests of Cynthia.Mr. .
pm. They went to see her Dad, O.J. Kingsley Lake, Mr. and Mrs. their mother, Mrs. Wilma
EVERGREEN: BAPTIST Anders, in Bradford County Richard Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright.Mrs. and Mrs. Lacy Norman 1 I
CHURCH: Sunday School 10 Hospital during the afternoon.Mr. John Chastain, Mr. and Mrs. were Thanksgiving dinner q '' LOANS
a m., Worship Services 11 Leon Barrie and daughter, Truby Wainwright guests of their son and %% EP% ?
a m. and 7 p.m., TU 6 p.m., and Mrs. Willard and their mother were spent Sunday to Saturdaywith daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. !
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Browning were Thanksgivingdinner Thanksgiving dinner guests of her son and daughterinlaw Larry Norman and Rhonda, I TQ
pm.FAITH guests of their son-in- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Jack and Mrs. Ola Starling.Mrs. i
BAPTIST: Radio law and daughter, Mr. and Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright and family of
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. Mrs. Tim Wilkerson and Carl Norman and sons. Tallahassee and other Barry Watts returned
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. family.Mr. relatives.Col. home from Naval Hospital,
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Bobby Bowman of Satellite Jacksonville, on Sunday
7:30: p.m. Wednesday, Prayer and Mrs. Tom Whaleyand Beach spent the weekend with and Mrs. William afternoon after spending a
Meeting 7:30: p.m. daughters of Tampa his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Wilson rode down on Big Mac week there We are happy to
GRACE UNITED spent the weekend with their Mrs. James Bowman and Bus guests of McDonald's to report that she is much
:METHODIST: Sunday School mother Mrs. Nellie cousin Brian. .
ball game at Tarpon Springson improved.Mr.
9.J5a.m.: Worship Services 11 Wilkinson, sister, Mrs. Daisy Friday night in which For This Help See Your Local
a m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Circle Boch and their daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harvey Bradford High participatedand and Mrs. Jim Mitchell
Wednesday 9 am. at the Misses Lynn and Kelly and Dane of Perry were won 2219. visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill
church Good News Rap Whaley.Mrs. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Dobbs and family, and Mr. ,, .
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bresler of Wayne, and !Mrs. !Milo Smith and ,j SOUTHERN DISCOUNT I Iof
The Billy Graham Movie C.R. Crews spent from Charles Starling and family. Nebraska, her daughter, Mrs. family over the weekend.
"FOR PETE'S SAKE" will be Monday to Saturday night Lavon Wilkison and children, Another guest of the Dobbs 'I
shown at the church Saturday, with her son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Paul Wilkison, and some was Miss Glenda Methan of i j
Dec. 4th at 8 p.m.IIIGIILANU daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Norman were Thanksgivingdinner friends from Orlando spent Palatka. STARKE
:\ BAPTIST: Thomas Clayton and Tom of guests of their son-in- Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Jacksonville. They broughther law and daughter, Mr. and Bennett Wilkison. Mrs. Mrs. Mary E. Springer of '1 116 N, Walnut Starke ? 15 12 23
Worship Services 11 a m. and home. Mrs. Bobby Norman and Evelyn Wilkison and grandson Auburndale, was a Thursday I
6 p.m.. Prayer Meeting family. of Louisiana spent a week with overnight guest of her aunt, .
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly them. On Sunday Mrs. Eunice
LAURA BAPTIST and Miss Alice Davenport of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Brown Edwards and granddaughter
CHURCH: : Sunday School 10 Lake Worth spent from of Starke spent Wednesday of Jacksonville were their HARDWARE
a m., Worship Services 11 Thursday to Sunday with their afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. guests. a f PRICES GOOD
a m. and 7:30: p.m., Wednes parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Carl Prevatt. HEADQUARTERS' .
day, Prayer Meeting7:30: p m Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schwartzand 111 THRU SAT. .
:-'OItTII sm.PTlS'f: Major and Mrs. {lames son Jason and Lorrie Ann ASSOCIATED RETAIL MERCHANTS 1 P ift "-41
Sunday School 10 a.m., Mrs. William Wolfe and Mr. Dougherty and tons of of Sarasota spent from .
Worship Services 11 a.m and and Mrs. Bill Wolfe of Cape Valdosta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday to Sunday with AMERICA
7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Coral and her sister, Mrs. Hal Hamilton, Tom Boyette,
;. Wednesday. 7 p.m. Floyd Martin of Daytona Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Boyette 1a
I SM\: RN.\ :MISSIONARY Beach, spent the weekend and family, Mrs. Mabel AS SEEN ONTV = I Y
\PT1ST: Sunday School 10 with their mother, Mrs. Boyette, Mrs. Emily Boyette,
a m., Worship Services 11 Hester Hicks and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. George Breslin
a.m. and 7 pm., BTS 5:45p : Mrs.Glen Shuford and family and Elizabeth of Jacksonville,
m, Wednesday Prayer On Saturday, all the ladies Ray Wilson and Raymond 04
'. Meeting 7:30: p.m. visited Mrs. Hicks' sister, McAllister of Gainesville, and .nd In magazines
ST. JOIISSI1SSIOSAUV: Mrs. Leslie Sweat, in St. Mrs. Erda Wilson of Palm
\PT1ST: Sunday School 10a Vincent's Hospital. On Sunday Beach were Thanksgivingdinner '
m., Worship Services 11 they visited her brother-in- guests of Col. and Mrs.
a m. and 3 p.m., on Second law, O.J. Anders, in Bradford William Wilson. Miss Erda
and fourth Sundays. Prayer County Hospital, also another Wilson spent a week with $68! 495

Rand at Noon on Monday sister Maclenney., Mrs. Cora Hodges, in them. IT SPINTRIM ALLI Otis

I PERSONALS: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grider "It's refreshing to see some VALUE ---C
!Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Ben one who Isn't lolling about :,
Mrs. Aline Brown and Mrs. went to see the Freedom McCulley and son David were wailing for a government hand j S 100 FT. EXTENSION CORD '
Gladys Harvey of Orlando, Train in Jacksonville on Thanksgiving dinner guests of out." Black Si DeckerXAorkmate.. WITH PURCHASE OF A SPINTRIM j
and Mrs. Pat Walker and son I Bo
of Starke were Thanksgiving 79DD,
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Miss Terry spent from :. 3. With' a purchase of a Spin
Monday to Friday with her rJr3'8, ':::\ ; :... ...0"'J,.dlu.r.. 1O II". 3, Trim weed cutter you can
sister, Mrs. J.P. Wyrick of ..__IOOIce" .. ni' get this $1800 value cord
Tallahassee. On Tuesday they WE CARE.... ., to,gno.tuDuliroewcuig ,00 anona.neny.a oom.,....00011011 wni' ST203 for only S4. .95. 3 wire
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attended Mrs. Wyrick's I orange
Sunday School class meeting I cord But you must
at the home of Mrs. Joe purchase a Spin Trim to
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morning Batchelor they Wednesday attended a May We Suggest That You Spend A Little offer

Prayer Service in the apart-
ment building Another sister ..,.".. -
Mrs C.E. Strickland of Time Now And Spare Your Loved Ones A ..;..-...";..;.S 'I "' .:.,.-\I\I II 301 =---= \
Gainesville came by bus at //j r : I II .
noon. On Thursday a.m. the -I "I \S,' i
other sister, Mrs. Joyce Futch \
of Blackshear Ga., joined Lot Of Sorrow And Regret Later. Now .t

them and all of them with I
their nephew and niece, Mr. 215 nATOVAC -.;!% 108TSiMARKEL
and Mrs Larry Carter and Would Be AGood Time For You To Find r /

family went Alligator Point vat Inter f6 YOUR CHOICE

of and their were parents.Thanksgiving:Mr and guests!Mrs Out About Our "Before Need Plan" Q s '33 88

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birthday celebration for !Mrs. This Is Important Because You Can PrepareFull Two famous VISE GRIP Powerlock feature gives CELL BATTERIES It's i can opener and it'sa Three heat selection makes
and !Mr Charles
Wyrick locking pliers for about positive blade lock with' no The heavy duty battery ,it clock. What a combination the FAN GLO series the
Carter. Mrs. Strickland re the cost of an ordinary creeping Locking knob on a better battery for heavy on a great buy. The ideal molt popular heater
mained with the Carters and Instructions Covering Your Wishes neck tie. 10' for the workshop ode, for easy operation 16 duty use in flashlights and gift for a limited space Three selection 1. Low 2. i
Mrs. Wyrick until Monday. and S" model for his ft length toys Plus long service. UM. kitchen. Medium 3. High.

were Mrs. Friday Futch and dinner Miss guests Terry of Including Price Of A Complete Memorial uwcket.

their cousins, !Mr. and Mrs.
Carl !Moore of Live Oak. !Mrs. ai-p
Futch remained overnightwith r
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the Moores and !Miss 209 :)
Terry returned home by bus. This Is A Very Easy Simple Step; You'll Have
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and Mr. and Mrs. Mickey
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Bryan were Thanksgivingdinner Carol's three outlet cube Pre.select and lock a speed 8.S amps: S800 RPM. Cuts 8 great places. In a special. 24.40 VALUE
of their son-in- top extension cord.t up to 1400 RPM forward 2.3/8" at 90 degree. set. Convenient qt and
guests with the new Safety Lock or reverse. A superb tool"-7/S" at 45 1 1X qt. covered sauce<<: pant 88
law and daughter, Mr. and DeWITT C. JONES FUNERAL HOME feature Dozens of utes. 9 with big 2.8 amp motor. Double Insulated sawdust and petite pant with, 10 1 I
Mrs. Ralph Jacobs and son ofGainesville. ft. length. Double insulated 4160 blower. and line of cut plastic Ids for storing andre I
Other guests visibility" 4500. halting leftovers
were their brother-in-law and Phone For Appointment Or Drop By Our Office

Williams and sons. Mr. and 964-6200 Keystone Hqts. 473-3176
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. Macclenny Art Show December Obituaries 4 More Garbage. ,: Dumping Site Being SoughtWith I

Browsing in Macclenny booth will be one that will the around $12,000.! less than half
Saturday December 4 will display and sell things made Charlie P. Foster, Jr. John J. (Buster) its second garbage County officials are proud of other sites did more cheaply that using the cost of the $24,000-plus i I'
really be interesting with the by the patients" at NortheastFla. dumping site now in operationin the new center, built at less county just not other- Lawtey site.Garbage .
State Porch Brooker, Bradford Countyis than half the cost of thecoullty's county employees
downtown lined with artists Hospital. Wilson 76
Charlie P. Foster, Jr., 40, of wise engaged. '
outdoor furniture, toy continuing negotiations with original dumping site
and craftsmen with a great swings are now has to be
: died figures
variety of objects for sale. chests, and planters are some Keystone Heights John J. "Buster" Wilson,76, owners of land being eyed for at Lawtey. Convinced after Although the Brooker into several
Monday morning, Nov. 29, in not available, separated
four additional sites to be of
of the things that will be soldat completion the Lawtey
There will be toys, Bradford County Hospital in of Waldo, died in an Ocala center is believed to have cost classes.We .
decorations dolls driftwood a reasonable price. Starke after suffering an hospital Nov. 29 following a completed next year.Commissioner center that they could build the
ceramics The arts and crafts festivalis Dave
planters, liquid illness.
embroidery, quilts, tatting, being sponsored jointly by apparent Florida State heart Prison attack where he at lingering Born in Griffin,Ga. Sept. 27, be Shuford"wherever said the next site land will
tole painting, taxidermy, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and as a 1900, he had lived in Waldo for we get
The is
The Macclenny Art Group. correctional first. county seekingto
batiks, and
Jewelry many officer. many years.
land off the Lincoln
will also be secure
The sorority
other handmade items. He is survived by his widow
all in all selling hot dogs and taking several City Road, and is also eyeing
Paintings of types Born August 5, 1936 in Ivy H. Wilson and
price ranges will be available.A pictures of children with Jacksonville Mr. Foster nieces and nephews" several sites near the -
particularly fascinatingChildren's Santa. moved to Keystone Heights in Graveside funeral services owned Brownlee by Road Container, presently Corporation are working longer
1952. He was a Marine Corps will be held in Waldo and
To Meet Dec. 6 veteran of the Korean War Cemetery today (Thurs., Dec. timber The
and a member of the First 2)) at 2 p.m. with Rev. Fred negotiating companies. with countyis the hours far you !
Baptist Church of Keystone Yerkes officiating. DeWitt C. .
Shuford said."We're
The Bradford County Children's Big Sisters ol Jacksonville. Heights. Jones Funeral Home of Starkeis companies now
of the committee is working on it; wedon't
Committee will meet at handling
St Mark's Parish House to determine the unmet needsof Survivors include his wife have a particular site in
children and youth in the Mrs. Kathy E. Foster; one mind just wherever we can go 1st
Monday,December 6, at noon. December
James O. SullivanJames first, Shuford said. Starting
Guest speakers will be Miss community and to find ways son, Charlie P. Foster, HI, of
The Brooker center,
of meeting; these needs. Keystone Heights; three
director of
Pam Coggins,
the end of
daughters: Winona Ann and O. Sullivan, 53, died completed
Foster Home for Disturbed drive-in tellers
September, has been troubled
Children of Gainesville and Membership and meetingsare Margaret Elizabeth both of Sunday morning in Ocala with communications our
Thomas Poston executive open to all interested KI1, and Kelli Michaelle after a brief illness.
citizens. Foster who lives in south He born in Vero Beach, problems between the county
director of Big Brothers and was
his Mr. and and the city of Brooker will make
Florida; parents living in Starke for the past your
Mrs. Charlie P. Foster, Sr. of seven years. He was a former regarding opening and
. Catholic Women To Meet Dee. 3 KH; one brother, Michael deputy Sheriff of Dade manning the dump. The city
of San Antonio, of World Warn decided last weeK to fire a
Wayne Foster County,veteran easier by being :
Friday. of the man to work at the center two
St. William Catholic Texas. and was a member
I Women's Clu'j will hold its Mass is at 9 a.m., followedby First Baptist Church of days a week.

regular mo it\ily meeting the meeting. All women Funeral services were held Starke. one grandson.
are Survivors include his wife
Wednesday, Dec. 1, in the Funeral services were held
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at Mrs.Betty Sullivan of Starke;
Tuesday, Nov. 30, in Archer
Keystone Heights with Rev. one son, James Sullivan of Funeral Home with 8:30 3:30 Mon.-Thurs.
,q. s.lae po f/' i mll Bob Scroggins officiating. Miami; two sisters, Mrs. Chapel : :
: the Rev. Ben P. Bryant
Burial was in Ochwilla Hilda Griffith of Starke, and
officiating. Interment at
I was
The firs derby hat was sold by a New York store in the Cemetery south of Melrose. Mrs. Thelma Milliken of Hope Baptist Church
year 180( Ocala; one brother, Mr. Guy
Sullivan of Vero Beach; andre Cemetery. 8:30: 6:00: Friday

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SCHOOL NEWSPreparation Mr. and Mrs. David Monday. They went to see Mrs. Pierce Crews. Friday weekend with her sister, Miss Mrs. Bettie Jane Morgan of
Wilkerson and son David, and their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. morning they went to visit Elizabeth Terry On SundayMrs. Starke visited Mr. and Mrs.
has begun for Mrs. Linda Crawford and P.I.! Seavers, Sr., while there. by Elizabeth Terry Mrs. Pierce's ,sister and Futch attended First James Waters on Friday
the Christmas program to be daughter of Jacksonville were Phone 782-3300 brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Church of Middleburgand night.
presented on Tuesday, Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith of Mr. and Mrs. James Waters. Waldo Pringle of Worthington was a dinner guest of Mr.
December 14. All
grades will their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chesser and family of Ocala. David McCulley remained Springs. and Mrs. Mike Waters and Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Beach,
be represented the in the program Leon Wilkerson. Sanford, and Mr and Mrs. with them until Mr. and Mrs. Maxie family. Mike was a former Mrs. Donald Roberts and
and starting time will be 7 A.Q. Smith and family of Sunday. Reddish, Donald and Randall Rev. and Mrs. Jimmy student when she taught children of Lake City, Mrs.

p.m.Report cards for James Raulerson was a Auburndale, spent the d State Farm, Mr. and Mrs. Parrish of State Farm, were school here. Edith Swinney, Mr. and Mrs,
weeks the secondsix Thanksgiving dinner guest of Thanksgiving weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Robert McClellan and Jeff of Monday dinner guests of Mr. C.K. Cowan, Mr. and Mrs.
went out on Wed Mr. and Mrs. Carlysle Ritch their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walker and sons of Jack. Heilbronn Springs were and Mrs. Les McClellan. Mrs. Margie Reddish and John Cowan and son, Brian,
school nesday,if Dec. 2. Please call the and family of Starke. Other H.C Harley On Thanksgivingday sonville, and Mrs. David Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellanwere Mrs. S.L. Swindell and
you have questions guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Osgood and children of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Van Thursday afternoon children, and Mr. and Mrs.
concerning your child s grade.All Wayne Wall and family. Massey and family, and Mr. Thompson, Ga. were Sunday Les McClellan. Arsdall of Ormond Beach guests of their mother, Mrs. C.A. North and family of
parents are invited to and Mrs. Joe Harley and dinner guests oi their parents were Thanksgiving guests of W.H. Hall of Jacksonville. Jacksonville were Thanks-
visit in the
classrooms and Misses Lynn and Kelly family joined them for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker Mr. and Mrs. Mike Waters their son-in-law and daughter, giving dinner guests of Mr.
become familiar
with the Whaley, Mrs. Daisy Boch, and and family. and family of Middleburg, Pastor and Mrs. Jim Hall and Mrs. Robert Lee visited her and Mrs. J.F. Robertson. Mrs.
materials the pupils are using. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, were Mr.and Mrs. R.E. Altwater, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waters family. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. John North and Mrs. B. Well-
Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mrs. R.W. Bowman, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Joseph and family of Starke, Mr. and and Mrs. Robert Whetsel of houser of Maxville, and Mrs.
(Dec. 6-10)) her son-in-law and daughter, Shirley Derrick and childreni Starling and son were Mrs. Danny Waters and Mrs. Joyce Futch, of Keystone Heights on Thanks Johnson of Maclenney visitedin
(depending on deliveries) Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith Lisa and Thanksgiving dinner guests of family, and Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Blatkshear, Ga., spent the giving; afternoon. the afternoon.
and daughters. Other guests Jacksonville, Mrs. Margaret their mother, Mrs. Carolyn Waters and family, and
MONDAY: Corn dog, - - - a t.- - - -- -
during the afternoon were Mr. Cahan and children of Shannon and Stacy
Holmes and children. Fiti atiti
mustard +r1 i/F7p1 P F t F+i i r F
ketchup cole slaw
and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and Baldwin, and Mr. and Mrs. Higginbotham were .
peach crisp milk. family Billy Payne, and Mrs. Steve Crews and Andrew Mrs. Tommy Harper and Thursday evening dinner 'f f:
TUESDAY: Salisbury steak Maines Griffis and children of gathered at the home of Mr. children visited their grand- guests or their parents, Mr. : .. ., /.
with gravy, mashed potatoes, Palatka.Mr. and Mrs. James Bowman on parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl and Mrs. James Waters.
green beans, rolls, apple- Sunday to help Mrs. Bowman Prevatt on Sunday afternoon.
sauce, milk.WEDNESDAY and Mrs. Raymond celebrate her birthday Mr. and Mrs. Gordon i
: Chicken Bryan went on an all day Capt. and MrS!! Russel Lines Peterson of Dowling Park '
with rice, green limas, fruit fishing trip with their son-in- Mr. and Mrs. O. Nicula and and daughter Jacqueline of were Saturday dinner guestsof M n'S THE TIME OF THE YEAR WHEN

cup, biscuits, peanut butter, law and daughter, Mr. and family were Thanksgivingdinner Sumter, S.C. spent a while their son-in-law and
milk. Mrs. Ted Bryan of Gainesvilleat guests of their brother- with their parents, Col. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. o
THURSDAY: Beefaroni, lakes near Hawthorne.Mr. in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson. Robert Lee. ) ., y
peas & carrots, pear half, Mrs. Floyd Jenkins of Jack j 'Pw 'w' w'i -'
rolls milk.FHIDAY. and Mrs. Gus Peeples of sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Tye spent I'U ) "
: Spiced ham & West Palm Beach visited Mr. and family attended the Big Thursday to Saturday with Santa
cheese sandwich, potato and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogler Mac Regional Ball Game at their son and daughter-in-law, Vthl r"' ,.I u t..
chips, corn, orange juice jello, Friday morning. Other guests and family of New Smyrna Tarpon Springs on Friday Mr. and Mrs. John Tye, Jr., i 1"I..V t 11II11
milk. were their son and daughter- Beach were Thanksgivingdinner night in which Bradford High and family of Pensacola.Mrs. (, >V ,,4 'ri) ;:r

in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. guests of their parents, participated and won 2219. Coua\c! l. ', .JO ;;
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Prevatt, Jr., and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley. J.B. Taylor, Sr., and ; .
Gainesville, who were their Mr and Mrs. Clyde Mrs. Sylvia T. Pope and son i i?".
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday dinner Mrs. Darlene Norman and David of Jacksonville were "
guests on Wainwright and family of \ I ;;
School 10 a.m., Worship Ser sons, Mrs. Elsie Norman, Mr. Eaton Park, Mrs. Pat Thanksgiving dinner guests of Use "l\tt\e\ 1''I
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. Mrs. Johnny Jenkins of and Mrs. Fredercck Prescott, Saunders, Lisa Denise, and Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and Mr. j ...: jJi
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Milliard visited her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Cathy of Jacksonville were and Mrs. D.R. Brown and '
7:30: p.m., YPE Friday 7:30: Mrs.O.J.Anders on Saturday. Prescott and family of Thanksgiving dinner guests of Cynthia. w

pm.EVERGREEN They went to see her Dad, O.J. Kingsley Lake, Mr. and Mrs. their mother, Mrs. Wilma drTf I ,
BAPTIST Anders, In Bradford County Richard Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman i I ;;
CHURCH: Sunday School 10 Hospital during the afternoon.Mr. John Chastain, Mr. and Mrs. were Thanksgiving dinner i LOANS
a.m., Worship Services 11 Leon Barrie and daughter, Truby Wainwrightspent guests of their son and "E.f : iP iPM
a.m. and 7 p.m.Wednesday ., and Mrs. Willard and their mother were Sunday to Saturdaywith daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. )
Prayer Meeting 7 Browning were Thanksgivingdinner Thanksgiving dinner guests of her son and daughterinlaw Larry Norman and Rhonda, -;= ,
pm.FAITH guests of their son-in- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Jack and Mrs. Ola Starling. V I
BAPTIST: Radio law and daughter Mr. and Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright and family of
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. Mrs Tim Wilkerson and Carl Norman and sons. Tallahassee and other Mrs. Barry Watts returned \ \ $250000 if
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. family.Mr. relatives.Col. home from Naval Hospital, '. 0 yJ.
Worship Services 11 a.m and Bobby Bowman of Satellite Jacksonville, on Sunday :. .it
7:30: p.m. Wednesday, Prayer and Mrs. Tom Whaley Beach spent the weekend with and Mrs. William afternoon after spending a
Meeting 7:30: p.m. and daughters of Tampa his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Wilson rode down on Big Mac week there. We are happy to J. \
GRACE UNITED spent the weekend with their Mrs. James Bowman and Bus guests of McDonald's to report that she is much
METHODIST: Sunday School mother, Mrs. Nellie cousin Brian. ball game at Tarpon Springson improved.Mr. .
9:45a.m.: Worship Services 11 Wilkinson, sister, Mrs. Daisy Friday night in which For This Help See Your Local !
a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Circle Boch, and their daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harveyand Bradford High participatedand and Mrs. Jim Mitchell 3
Wednesday 9 am. at the Misses Lynn and Kelly Daric of Perry were won 22-19. visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill
church Good News Rap Whaley Thanksgiving dinner guests of Dobbs and family, and Mr. .
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bresler of Wayne, and Mrs. Milo Smith and i SOUTHERN DISCOUNT I
The Billy Graham Movie Mrs. C.R. Crews spent from Charles Starling and family.Mr. Nebraska her daughter, Mrs. family over the weekend.
"FOR PETE'S SAKE" will be Monday to Saturday night Lavon Wilkison, and children, Another guest of the Dobbs
shown at the church Saturday, with her son-in-law and and Mrs. Truman Paul Wilkison, and some was Miss Glenda Methan of of STARKE =
Dec. 4th at B pm.IIIGIII.SU daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Norman were Thanksgivingdinner friends from Orlando spent Palatka. :
BAPTIST: Thomas Clayton and Tom of guests of their son-in- Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday School 10 a.m., Jacksonville. They broughther law and daughter, Mr. and Bennett Wilkison. Mrs. Mrs. Mary E Springer of 0 116 N, Walnut Starke 1115.223 t:
Worship Services 11 a.m. and home. Mrs. Bobby Norman and Evelyn Wilkison and grandsonof Auburndale, was a Thursday
6 p.m., Prayer Meeting of her aunt
family.Mr. Louisiana spent a week with overnight guest
______ ___
Wednesday 7:30: m. uu
p Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly them. On Sunday Mrs. Eunice
LAURA BAPTIST and Miss Alice Davenport of and Mrs. Wilbur Brownof Edwards and granddaughterof
CHURCH: Sunday School 10 Lake Worth spent from Starke spent Wednesday Jacksonville were their HARDWARE\
a m.. Worship Services 11 Thursday to Sunday with their afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. guests.Mr. a r PRICES GOOD
a m. and 7:30: pm., Wednesday parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Carl Prevatt. HEADQUARTERS'
Prayer !Meeting 7:30: p.m.MmTIISIDK Kelly. and Mrs. Ed Schwartzand III THRU SAT.
BAPTIST: Major and Mrs. ames son Jason and Lorrie Ann [ AiSOCIATED. RETAIL MERCHANTS ; M o
Sunday School 10 a.m., Mrs. William Wolfe and Mr. Dougherty arid sons of of Sarasota spent from I '
Worship Services 11am. and and Mrs. Bill Wolfe of Cape Valdosta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday to Sunday with .
7 p.m.. Prayer Meeting Coral and her sister, Mrs. Hal Hamilton, Tom Boyette, _
Wednesday 7 pm. Floyd Martin of Daytona Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Boyette
sI'nsIISSIOSAHY: : Beach, spent the weekend and family, Mrs. Mabel 11\\I x\ Nee _AS SEEN ONTV Y _
BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 with their mother Mrs. Boyette, Mrs. Emily Boyette, J II l
a m., Worship Services 11 Hester Hicks, and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. George Breslin D
a.m. and 7 p.m., BTS 5:45p : Mrs. Glen Shuford and family. and Elizabeth of Jacksonville, ,.:-.
.s;;;;;:: HOLIDAYS
m., Wednesday Prayer On Saturday, all the ladies Ray Wilson and Raymond 7 '. .... _
Meeting\ 7:30: pm. visited Mrs. Hicks' sister, McAllister of Gainesville, and and in magazines
ST. JOII=" MISSIONARY: Mrs. Leslie Sweat, in St. Mrs. Erda Wilson of Palm a =-
H.U>TIST: Sunday School 10 Vincent's Hospital. On Sunday Beach were Thanksgivingdinner r I In
a.m., Worship Services 11 they visited her brother-in- guests of Col. and Mrs. ; '
a m. and 3 I p? m., on Second law, O.J. Anders, in Bradford William Wilson. Miss Erda 88
and Fourth Sundays. Prayer County Hospital, also another Wilson spent a week with 68 = 495

Band at Noon on Monday. sister Maclenney.Mr. Mrs.. Cora Hodges, in them. $PIHTRIM ALLI OtTSIT

PERSONALS=" : Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Griderof "It's refreshing to see some 89,99 VALUE ._--i
and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Ben one who Isn't lolling about
Mrs. Aline Brown and Mrs. went to see the Freedom McCulley and son David were waiting for a government hand. T 100 FT. EXTENSION CORD
Gladys Harvey of Orlando, Train in Jacksonville on Thanksgiving dinner guests of out." Black s DeckerWorkmate: WITH PURCHASE OF A SP1NTRIM
and Mrs. Pat Walker and son
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Carl Prevail. Mrs. Truman
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short time on Thursday. portable workcenter, .C'':.u:':" 'H"." u'.' 2. "Edr1 ltoY _
giant vise and T.,1 ouiie'
GUIDANCEBECAUSE sawhorse all in one! ...'ra+..naur '
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Terry spent 3. With a purchase of a Spin
Monday to Friday with her Ito,:,r.IMV1.a,179' "i 3'18.::.. 'w e.:' ,::..."""'. 9" Trim weed cutter you can
sister, Mrs. J.P. Wyrick of .a_oe.o loos wee,c.M, > m get the, S1800 value cord
Tallahassee. On Tuesday they WE CARE.... :fn:;pei:! ,r"oNO" ...I or .n.oamlo.4rau,9Pi. ST203 for only $4.95. 3 wireorange
attended Mrs. W'yrick'sSunday 100-foot extensioncord.
School class meetingat But. you must.
the home of :Mrs. Joe : i purchase a Spin Trim to
". tike advantage of this
morning Batchelor they Wednesday attended a May We Suggest That You Spend A Little offer.

Prayer Service in the apartment .

Mrs building.C.E. Strickland Another sister of, Time Now And Spare Your Loved Ones A ..;a-..;.....;...... 'I :10,_.I I"! 301 t 1\

Gainesville came by bus at :
noon. On Thursday a.m. the =" ,
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other Blackshear.sister, Mrs. Ga.Joyce, joined Futchof Lot Of Sorrow And Regret Later. Now

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their parents :Mr. and Mrs. 6 49 1
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were Mrs. Friday Futch and dinner Miss guests Terry of Including Price Of A Complete Memorial. Igocket.

their cousins. Mr. and Mrs.
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. Ra Ifo., rail/ N<> IPS W _&9 W 9t19 t1&9& 9tJ r Church Of God Kingsley'Lake Access Road.DispuleUnresolvedAs

Mischelle and Jeffrey, were Curtis, visited his mother, Special Sunday I
bJlIIY Belle Dobbs Wednesday overnight and Mrs. Mary Freeman. Continued
Phone; 4:11.1069: Thursday guests of her sister, ServiceThe Trialls

Mr. and Mrs Eddie Reynolds, Mr and Mrs. Mike Dobbs A sewn d defendant, Nina
Mi and Mrs Sidney in Perry. were business visitors In GREEN COVE SPRINGSAn her husband and their two Andrews who also purchasedher

Still'lil1f.tunl\ as 'thanksgiving Orange Park Friday. 0 Starke Church of God unfinished .circuit ,court teenage children, along with lakefront lot from the
guests their l'hlldren11': and Mr and Mrs Bob Taylor will present a special service trial here last Wednesday, 30-year-old Invalid brother Volley Starlings, declined to

Mr Danny Thomas, and had as Thanksgiving guests Kenneth Dobbs of 7i. d5 : featuring the life story of Gus Nov. 24, left still unresolved a took up permanent residence testify at the hearing, making
;onIII'k: [ and Derrick, of their son and daughter-in-law, Jacksonville was a business ; I Peoples from Fort year long dispute over a on the property. her decision not to testify
lake Butler and Jo Denson Mr and Mrs. Robert Taylor, visitor here Monday. While Lauderdale, Florida property access road at When' the Paul l Starlings 'known through defense
mil) son. Matt Jr. here he visited an uncle Earl Cl".cl( ( according to Rev. Mel Drake, Kingsley Lake. purchased the lot in 1970, "attorney Durrance.

Dobbs. pastor of the church The four hours of testimony according to Mrs. Starling'stestimony Volley Starling, and his
!Miss Jan Norman of Mrs Odessa Taylor and Rev. Ben before Judge Gordan A. Duncan there were three wife. Mary, are to give
Lakeland l was home for daughter, Mary Louise, were Mr. and Mrs. Browning hadas SUNDAY Foreign Missions Mr. Peoples will share his concluded short of a access roads leading to the testimony when the trial
'thanksgiving visiting her business visitors in Lake City Thanksgiving guests Mr. : experiences of Miracles In remedy to the situation lakefront property.One .
Breakfast 7:30 Sunday resumes.
mother. Mis Joyce Norman Friday. and Mrs Alton Browning and School, 9:45: : a.m.: ;Morning this special service and relate concerning the single lane road crossed the Another witness George A.
uul !laiiulv daughter, Susie of Worship 11 a.m. Church how God has performed access road leading to the property of Mrs. L.M. Gray, Canova shed additional lighton
Mrs. Mamie Varnes had as Jacksonville. 6:15 ; Evening definite miracles of healingand Paul Starling property, near of Gainesville, just south of the use of the road now in
: p.m.;
!Friends i of Mrs. LessteBaiiiett Thanksgiving guests her other miracles during his the Kingsley Lake Missionary the Starling property the Canova, whose
7:30 dispute.
will regret to learn children. !Mr and Mrs. Joe Worship : p.m. lifetime the road now m
Rev and Mrs. Maxie MONDAY Girls' Baptist Church, which crosses was brother Levy now owns a lot
that I she is ill in Bradford Boyd and children of Chatta- Wilkinson had as Thanks Ensemble, 6:40: Youth three other privately owned dispute, which crosses the previously owned by his

s non 'sell and! able to come I-rosellofKt. Lauderdale, Mr. Bill Hickman and baby of Meeting 7pm. special Miracle service for the conclusion of the and his wife, Lillian, the Gray property, said the road

ionic and !Mrs Pitt Varnes, Ocoee, Gulfport, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. TVESUJunior: Choir, Sunday,December, at 7 p.m. hearing has not yet been set. property of Nina B. Andrews, had been used in the past b\'
t'la.Irs.: Martha Peacock of Cecil Crawford, Jr, and 3:30: ; "M" Night at The church of God is locatedat A court order, issued by and the property of Volley the mailman and deliverymen
some eif those celebrating Lakeland and Mrs Evra children of Lawtey, Mr. and Madison p.m.Street Church, 7-30: 422 N. St. Claire St. Judge R. Hudson Oliff in the Starling and his wife. Mary. Canova added that a
birthdays this week Wl'reIrs.! Blondsworth of OklahomaCity Mrs. J.L. Wilkinson and There will be a prayer line Clay County Circuit Court this all three of which lie north of fence erected by his father

M.irletman! and Willie Okla. family, and Mrs. Michael p.m.WEDNESDAY:. ) : Family and prayer for the sick at the August 12, granted a the Paul Starling property. A some 20 years ago was
''ale' But Ihday to crossedthe
Hippy yon Dobbs and children.Mr. Night 6:15: p.m.; Sunday close of this service. Come in temporary injunction to keep third, unofficial road purposely set back a distanceof
path" Some visitors at the First supr'r. the road Kingsley Lake Cemetery
meeting faith and God will minister to existing access to the eight feet to allow an ease
Baptist Church of Haiford and Mrs. Earl Dobbs, need. Paul Starling property open, property.
GA's, UA s, Acteens World your ment for access to the Gray
Mi'' Myrtle Sapp' and Sunday were Mrs Mamie Mr and Mrs. Don Newmans Friends, Missions Friends, Pastor across the H.A. Bishop Jr., A fence across the Gray
daughters, !Mrs Iva ( ox and Varnes and :Mrs Evra and children Andrews and propertyPerhaps
Gordon and Rev. Mel Drake Volley Starling
erected 1973
Mrs Bernice Culver. visited 1 643: p.m.; "Turning Point property was the most revealing
another daughter and family, Bloodsvvorth Donna and Mischelle Gioup 7:30: p.m. Adult Starke, Church of God properties. denying access to the Paul testimony concerning the
Clemons were business Choir 8:15. Principal disagreement Starling from the easement to
: property alleged came
\11IId] Mis Dave Hartsfit-Id
Mrs Odessa Taylor spent visitors in Weirsdale Friday 1Ill.ltSVisitation I ) at India Tops Jean Jackets, surrounding the case is south. as :Merrill
uhf hildten; in Little Itocktkaiis.is light surveyor
Friday through Sunday with between the Paul Starlingsand
9:30 a.m.. and 7pm. Jumpsuits.See. McMillan told the court of
'\ I : Duncan stated) at the a
her daughter and Mr. Mr. and the who Judge
family Mrs. Earl Dobbs, .'Iun.T.KL.: Class Bullington's Volley Starlings, ;; of the area he
and Mrs. John Crews and related. onset of the hearing survey
Mrs. Mary Freeman Mr. and are not The Paul
Party at church 12 noon. 104 West Call made the load he
Mi and Mis Handy that no action
baby, in Lake City. Mrs. Gerald Griffis and Starlings seek to keep the road Wednesday "
S.Tl'HBus) ministry 964-7271 "trail road.
: the
Simmons of Jacksonville chIldren, Bryan. Melhssa. andDl'bl'a open for access to their would be taken against the
visitation 8:30: a.m. :McMillan: said to the best of
pent the Thanksgiving Kingsley Lake Baptist
Michael Dobbs spent Lynn, Mr and Mrs. property, while the Volley
holiday with her patents.! Mr Church, which was represented his knowledge the road had
Monday through Thursday asa Don !Newmans; and children Starlings contend traffic on
and! Mrs I Daniel Lawson. FIRSTCIIRISTIAN at the court been in continuous use for
guest of his sister and Gordon and Donna and the road is a nuisance.
:M \)niSONSIKKETHUTIsrtlllKUl) : Asked
family the L.J. Mikells in Michael Dobbs were Thanksgiving CHURCH Defense Attorney E.E. proceedings by Starke numerous years. how
Alt; .mil :Mrs Diew Sweat Crystal KiverMr guests of Mr. and Mrs Jim Love,Minister Durrance informed the court Attorney, J.J Wolbert. Jr. familiar he was with the area.
had as ThanksgIving Kev. C harlos Swartz, pastor Sunday: Sunday school :McMillian: commented he recalled
/guestsMi ,! LJ Mikell in Crystal River 9:45 he anticipated lengthy Access to the Paul Starling
and :\ll's..L Leslie of : and Mrs I lick man and a.m.; morning service, 10:45: testimony from Mrs.Volley property was blocked from going to the area whenhe
lilu,' "\illi-. :Mr and :Mrs J It baby of Miss THURSDAY' Visitation, 10 a.m.; youth group, 6 the was "a barefoot boy."
Gulfport, spent Mr. and Mrs. Don Sloan of and Weekof p.m.; Starling, as session here the north in 1974. according to
Iti-i" 1't s of llahna. lid: and Thursday through Sunday Clemson, S.C. are announcingthe a m. 2pm pm. eemng! worship 7 p.m.; choir last Wednesday approachedthe Mrs. Gloria Starling's adding." "that's been several
Service 7
lb"'Ii' t)nighter( Miss KamntKi with her Rev and Prayer p m. practice, 8pm.Wednesday .\ears
birth of Courthouse erected
parents. a daughter, Alexis FKIDWeek of Clay County testimony, by a fence
II ahn i ot Halm Ilrs.IaxlI: Wilkinson. ; : night: Bible time of 5 :McMillian\ testified that
Johana born !Nov 8. She 10 closing p.m., between the Bishop and Volley
weighed Bibs 9 oz Mrs Sloan SA1'l'IUAouth>i m. skating study, 8 p.m. prompting Judge 'Duncan's Starling properties. At that from his personal knowledgethe !
fiends, of11' and Mrs 1lrs.Iary: Freeman had will be decision the "trail road" representedthe
as remembered as the to continue\ trial time the Paul Starlings were
Mom, ot littler will i egret to Sunday luncheon guests Mr. former !Miss Betty Jo Sapp, party.; : p Sunday mSUNDAY School, at a future date, The judge granted a temporary ease most practical waof
It-1tn that her isl'r.Irs.: and Mrs Earl Dobbs, Mrs. of Mr and Mrs GRAHAM BAPTIST Involved access to the Paul Starlingpropel
daughter J.S. 9'.a Morning Worship, could opt for a ment of Six months by the .
Ruth}, \ndl'p\\s. III :lorltlFI..HI ; a Rev. James .
is in Starling t
Treva Newmans and children >
of Sloan continuance .snort notice Lake
Sapp Lawtey. is employed 11 n m.. Children's Worship, .on Kingsley Baptist
;i H" '''I/ml Hospital in Two admitted
Gordon and
Donna, and Mrs maps. as
by Clemson should cancellation occuron Church. The easement was
1 'urn'-; \ lllMi :Marty Clemons and Ham. Church Training 6:15: SUNDAY;:. : Sunday School evidence b\ the defense over
University. the aurt'docket. iv. later,, extended for an
Evening :
p.m. Worship 10 a.m.; Morning Worship 11 obectionsb\ .
ischelle. .| piosecutionwete
Durrance:and Prosecuting additional three month period.
i 11,1,,l Mis IMs, 'Hudi p.m. !Nursery; provided a m.; Training Union, 6pm.; identified McMillian: :
fens.. ,.,,,.,. .,mil liildif-n. Ernest; Freeman and son, Myers Mrs is Edna visiting moore her of sister Ft. TUESDAY) Morning Bible Evening Worship, 7pm. .to Attorney return'on LJ: ,,Arnold. short., agreed notice Asked by Judge Duncan if as having been drawn bv his
& Luncheon 11am. .
Study WEDNESDAY:' : Mid-Week her family could still use the II.
and brother in-law, Mr. and should an opening occur. grandfather Elagereren. :
.- eRl11Its. - Mrs Theodore Rosier, for Prayer Service, 7:30: p.m. Arnold concluded. prose road through the church .
several cution's pro'Pt'1"tvl\lrs. Gloria Starlingsaid The maps one dated! 1'ijj
case during
I I4x8 II they could not. the other I1JJ! : wore preparedfor
PANELING I CENTER & India Tops Jean Jackets, Wednesday's session, with the ,
Mrs Martha Ann Addison Jumpsuits plaintiff Mrs. Gloria Starling !Narrative testimony. given the Kmgsle} Lake Kapttsl

and sons of Gainesville were KAIFORD !NEWS; See Bullington's 104 West giving testimony. by one of the defendants hurch The 1 earlier map/
I 0 II I II last weekend guests of her Call "I Just want a road" Mrs. 11.A. Bishop. Jr. shed some shows ilIn.fnot mad
PF'' / t parents, :Mr and Mrs :Mr and :Mrs Don :Newmansand : 964-7271 Gloria Starling told the courtat light on the history of the traversing the eastern\!
/ Theodore 1 Rosier children Gordon and one point during her easement now in question. boundary of the church
I 0 / t I II Donna were business visitors testimony explaining her Bishop. a Starke property!:! llowevci. no !such

SHEETS ;'11L India Tops, Jean Jackets m Starke Saturday night. ST. MARK'S struggle to keep open an businessman, testified that :10 load is mm" in existence. nm

I Jumpsuits. EPISCOPAL; CHURCH access road to her lakefront to40 years ago the road was in did le"lInlllll'Iot..hhooh! that!
I pnv'es \ iff i i II I II See Bullington's! :Mi and :Mrs Clinton Weekly Schedule property on Kingsley Lake. use crossing what is now the such a\ )load i-vc-r iMslidit1 :

; I 104 West Call Freeman and Erica of which is bound on three side Gray property, and the C'anova :
. .
ctitit,t At Vlj i 964-7271 S.lIld'rson'islted :Mrs Mary Sunday, Dec. 5 8:30: am. by private properties property to the south and the

I ,J I Freeman Sunday afternoon. Holy Eucharist 9:45: am. Mrs. Gloria Starling now four lots to the north ..mil Page\ II
Little Debra Church School 11 a.m. Holy during her including the lot he owns
I r !McCullough Lynn Steve :Norris\ returned Eucharist 3:30: p.m. Inquirers testimony that she and her '. dangerous "Fullback lu-il,
( Wednesday) after returned few Sundav afternoon from a Class, Group 2. husband Paul Starling had Bishop. who brought Ins 299 a day'svisit lakefront lot
holiday weekend with his in 19i from I the
with her Tuesday, Dec.7-7.30pm: purchased tie lakefront lot in ahead runner and an excellent
:Mr and :Mrs McCullough.grandparents: brother and( family. Mr and Inquirers Class Group 1; 7:30 1970, and utilized the property Volley Starlings said he did blocker
in Hampton :Mrs Robert :Norris\ inPamasolkee. pm. Vestry Meeting. as a weekend retreat until not object to Paul starling Forest t looks pretty much

Fla. Wednesday, Dec. 8 6:30 three years ago, when she and using the road across his like t the Tornado
U For Your Kitchen properly:! reach his mobile '
Mr and :Mrs :Mike Griffis p.m. Junior Choir Practice home.. his defensively 1 he state champsuse !
\IOIU.\N: KOIHM'llsl > Bishop son son's
were Thanksgiving guests of 7:30: p.m. Church School a five man Iron! usually
Cabinet NeedsVAUGHNJOHNSON wife and their two children
her parents, Mr and Mrs Classes, Grades 4.10; 7:30: some-times going 10 a\ six min
currently reside the 11.\
Paul Kiherd in Lake ButlerMischelle p.m. Senior Choir Practice. Sunday Servicesmday: on. rout I ) with one Ii nvblckcrThe
CO.I. FIRST ASSEMBLY School, 10 a.m., 'o'IlIng'i BIshop Jr property. two teams ate about onpar
GOD Worship and Service lor the
and physically:! Defensively.Forest :! .
OPEN SAT 9-3 I demons of Ileilbron Springs "the happy church" BETTY'S Deaf llam. Training Union. Chorus: Concur: I has Boggle Davis. i li.1 I
]I. 964.5711 Hwy. hat Weldon StMarke 6:30: p.m., Evening;! Worship and
were Friday overnight guestsof BEAUTY SALON list' pounds at middle
l" Of f '. R I 100 Starke grandparents: and :Mrs 7:30: pm. guard. Okie Lamer 62 and
"--.i.o..A Earl Dobbs. SUNDAY SERVICES: Wednesday Services: :MidWeek St't Dec. 11 :Jir. and :Mate (.(unison .">.1 11 t

-- -- Sunday School 10 a.m. Prayer Service and and! 17V: die the tackles. Gary
Morning Worship 11 Bible Study, 7:30: p m. Choir The Bradford High School !
Kulch. l ti.1 I and ltr; and Steve
a m Y Practice 8:15: pm. Bradford :Middle School
Sl'ma.11: and lh:>. are the
Eve. Worship 7 p.m. Cuts And Styles Chorus will have
ITIGI&IVIL a concert ends Linebackers are l li.I( and
WEDNESDAYYouth : For Men And Women India Tops. Jean Jackets Saturday Dec II at 7':.10 p m I'll pounder HonnioMcCullough
meeting 7pm. Jumpsuits.See.
Bible, Study 7 p.m. Tues Thru Sat BulUngton's The concert will be in I the : and til) and! 17 >

L:; ( ( 0 ](LQC! I t Pastor Welcome If Robert chg.one and Harden all! Call Very 9S4.Reasonable fonn 7944 On For/301 ApponlmanfFTN Rates 104 M4-727I West Call high S\\school for is 50 adults.FUrllltar..111 cents auditorium. for childrenand Admission scouts the Freddie best. according Mlsopp"Forest Allsopp defensiveplavtr to' Mils is

301 S. ------ --- :::;:; :::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::.:.: :.....:. Ml the Wildcat players arc
1Starke i..cI. l lTo termed aggit-ssivt-
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(jli) Noung can pass I the
'' Free Dinner
lootball equallv well long or
10 more beautiful reasons to come to m: ;::::::::::::::c:::::::::::::::::: : short in addition to running

TG&Y for hypo-allergenic earringsGold The family of Mrs Martha Kerr-McGee Dekalb: Seed Company"'ertillzel'Compan and the halloungs lavonttitceiver -

E. Connell gratefully acknowledges is slot back 1 David
\ will
I I 'tone cr silver, tune ejrr nys for sensitive' .,. fromPARADISE have the kindness shown dinner for all sponsor area farmer a free Tavlor: '9. liar 1 pound junior

the 10 fashion stylus, shown ind more lit with, suryical. steel posts. cans and during their recent bereave and their wives Thursday who has good moves to get
clutches .You re sure to find a !pair or two you II wear with' all the new fall ment. A special thanks to Dec i at 7 pm' open on !short passes Split end
fashions Hypo Altnrgenic, oamruis. F ,shun' Jewelry those who expressed their The dinner to be held Dale 1 Klktns; has good handsand
I sympathy in so many' Lakeside Commumt at the t the speed l III go dtt-p
\\TIRV beautiful and 'enter Forest! offensive Inc hastwo
j practical ways. in Lake Butler will feature ..
Mr.and Mrs. Ernest Phillipsand short big. strong( tackles
$200 daughter, Beth Cruce program on better fertilization Craig IId I'r. ;"i.II I and JIMI.' and
109 E Call Starke 9645211 procedures. Barr\ \\hitaker Ii.1 and :Jo"!

Tight end Huss.ila( l'e>'. 1i.1 I
Good Selection Of Fine Quality 96 .6206 964-5757 and 175. is a good blinker and

has good hands to catch I the

I Seiko WatchesTo ARCHER FUNERAL HOME football.Forest hurt Mils on >'ounn('s

: Choose from-A Perfect Christmas Gift off tackle and end runs. the I
) rLJ =:<) : tall quarterback getting)\ live-
f. c i ) 1[ rt.o. -.j 301 50uth, Stark., Fla. or six yards in what seemed to

__ -./ { _:9 One Group of 14 K Earrings 50 Off be three BUS or tacklers four long unable steps.with to.

/ Archer Funeral Horn offers the most compUt. !gel their arms around his legsto
; I and mod.rn !stop his movements long
a facilities In Bradford so )\
o Ig County and
DIAMOND 1 [i IAMONDS I were his strides.
---- -------- -- -- u surrounding area. W. lake
r i EARRINGS .,;.,.., pride In our personal :Mixed with the runs of
service to the family In n..d.
1">f> &fs > Our prices are Young and Hell were little
Are Perfect Gifts designed to fit financial n..d. Our goal Is to b. curl passes to Taylor for short
1a "!t: S2650 but crucial .vardage QH

r 0 I II fit, worthy' *of your.., confidence.. .,. Young would wait for the BITS

Cn linebacker to clear then
: **f Sift> h,ikM4 'N Meek I DOYLE M. ARCHER, l.F.D Monument throw to Taylor curling insideor
engraving 0> ..,. tnr. ..*. t, "" Bell sliding outside. Forest
I had 273 yard rushing against
I II BUS and
-III passing BUS
I b j 4 ,_c Com Sn The WU. Stliell Of Gift rushed for 164 yards and
4e Jx Gainesville passed for 12 yards.

/ Cntf Of RIIII' Ails Krtttttr Suds Fan support is expected to
.". a. --- be as good for the Ocala gameas
Livestock MarketSince it was last week in
20. Off 10* on Tarpon
fr.7! Springs judging from talk

I I 1: ... (( \:; /" t'1 eI/I" 'z" Tit tasks fttm iA: sF our selling prices charges have Increased are less the on most past few cattle months than, J around'The town.fansere as

'" most other Markets. enthusiastic as I've seen themin

.t" 7i SlierWsleksr fff 1,1111 l 6i""H 20% Oft OUR MAXIMUM CHARGES ARE $5,25 EXCEPT _LARGE Hurse a long of the time few'hundred says Coach who

.. I BULLS followed the team to Tarpon
CHRISTMnSCHHRMSPRINCECRRDNER $7.50 (Much less than 3% plus yai- Springs

i: //0 :: dage most other markets charge) ; Fans are expected to again

i < .- form a funnel for the team to
'v ( 1"\ SLAUGHTER HOGS run through entering the field
,Gt'r'\ Mondays It Wednesdays Tuesdays before the game and before
I t 0 LEATHER GOODS the second half of play

I U :'J FEEDER PIGS 1st Friday each month ; "That had a dramatic effecton

: ZJ SPIEDEL our squad." said the
We test Cattle YJednesday- No Charge veteran coach who noted the
... FASHION BRACELETS adults In the crowd and on the
.. Have
.. test Cattle here
I by 11am. field really gave him a lift.

"""' ....... "We really appreciatedthat
f ," Coach Hurse says.

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II BBS Offense, Defense Both Click Ms Gridders Upset Tarpon SpringsClutch I

the BUS for The Tarpon Springs Carter sniffed and backers Clark and Robert Ashley throwing, but
of a first On fourth down seven yards to 17 out stoppedfor Jimmy
had the
Tarpon Springs Russell
defensive in the
play a first down. returned one of the BUS a three yard gain. A Lawrence Patrick. big BHS tackle Marty
Hicks went the middle for
final period protected a 2219 momentum of the game going up fumbles.Hicks headed for the Sponger jumped before the On the third down Cruger batted it down.
edge earned on two third into the half. But the third left side, lost the football and snap on second down and got in the Sponger backfield to BUS took over the football
period touchdowns and gave period Tornado offensive Tornado Keith. Carter was Tarpon was pushed back to throw fullback Fred Robertsfor with 39 seconds remaining in
Bradford High the Region 3 effort turned the game around there to fall it the Die QB Jimmy Prevatt
on the 32 where it was second and a two yard loss, back to game.
football championship over and gave the momentum to f.. But the BHS offensive failedto 12. On the replay, Hicks got six 28. On fourth down the simply fell on the football
previously unbeaten and BUS. move the football in the yards up the middle to the 26 Spongers again tried the half- three times to run the clock
number two ranked Class 3A face of a furious Sponger where he was stooped bv line back pass, with junior QB out.
Tarpon Springs last Friday For the third straight time eleven trying to get the ball __n._
night in Tarpon Springs.The in the second half, the BHS and score again with time
upset victory earned defense stopped Tarpon running out. Three running REPLACE BROKEN GLASS in
the upstart Tornado gridders Springs without a first down, plays from the 20 netted
another shot at number one as the game: rolled into the nothing. Jimmy Clark's punt
Ocala Forest, the Region 4 fourth period. Kenny Aycox 1wr went off the side of his foot, STORM DOORS
champion and defending 1974 took in the Sponger punt at hit going out of bounds after just
and 1975 state 3A champion, 23 on a fair catch. BUS got 25 yards at the Tornado 44 *
this Friday, Dec. 3, at 8 p.m. seven yards in two running with 3:18: left in the game. with 'J, If TOP QUALITY ACRYLIC PLASTIC
at Booster Stadium in Ocala. plays. Then Coach David C ,..
The Tornadoes lost the ball Hurse, on a 3 and 3 situation, Out on the field came the W I--:
three times via fumbles and called .
a pass.Quarterback Price
BHS defense again. Carter I
trailed 19 7 going into the Jimmy ; I Like
tossed Hicks for a yard's loss
dressing room at the half in Prevatt got a hard rush, but jT on the option pitch out around I Glass
Tarpon Springs. A young forced the pass with a Sponger left end. QB Tsalickis went to r .-- <
Tarpon Springs fan said that hanging around his neck. The the air for big Watts at the 10 a
the first time the .
was was short and low, but yard line, but BUS's Erie
allhseason come from right at three waiting Tarpon Biggs was with Watts all the CLEAR LIKE GLASS, wea p, E7t.0,GLAZE,.
behind BUS had ?
: Springs defenders, one of ; Yu
and to knock
scored first on a 99 yard drive. which intercepted the pass, way the ball away.leaped On up third down NON-YELLOWING, GUARANTEED SHATTERPROOFrlexOGlaze Measure andooary "' \
BUS stopped Tarpon and returned it to the boundsat en \
Tsalickis threw out of requires no special skills tonstall. 0lner\
Springs an a third and five Bradford 41 yard line. The
the 10, trying for split end It Is
BUS offense could do easy to cut saw and trim to fit ,
Tornadoeshad nothingon
situation after the
Charles Cook who caught the wood metal
or storm door frames. Comes
kicked off to open the the sideline but yell for the se7,,
ball out of bounds.A in standard pro-cut sizes. Warp's Flex-O rAAAr
to hold.
second half. 66
Marching third straight life or death Glaze Is y'0
With time the safety approved A a YOUr
yards in eight plays, with running
on fourth down, another Plastic
determined pass Glazing Ask for it by name!
Andrew Carter going over Spongers began a crucial play, was complete to
from just outside the one the thrust, refusing to punt but Andrew Carter Is finally forced out of bounds by Sponger Watts in the left flat. Wattsran At Hardware, Lumber and Building Supply Stores
for and
Tornadoes brought the scoreto going converting two the Tornadoes' 68 for 15 yards down the left *
Theodore Watts after a 20 yard gain on WARP
fourth down and safety BROS. 60651 FornOver60Year's
with left in the long yardage Chicago
14. 19 6:22: touchdown drive which put BUS within five points of Tar sideline for a first down at the ,
third period. situations. yard BUS 30 to keep the Spongers Sll How Am.nca Grow.-3 Million Peoplt Ha,. Al Harold Wvp I Pans V.IUot Minden. Debt
BHS kicked off and the Big Middle guard Kenneth pon Springs 1914. In 14 carries,averaging 9.1 yards per alive with 2:18: left in the
Red defense again stopped Cruger stopped the speedy Carter gained 139 yards ACME Hardware & Building Supply
the receiving end of a 31-yard pass play
Ricky Hicks, who led all attempt.He also was on game.
Tarpon cold, holding the
which the football Just outside the Sponger 10 yard line from On the first down the 301 E. Call St.
Spongers to six yards in three rushers for the night with 164 put
Clark ran the ball over on the following Spongers tried a delay drawup
where fullback Jimmy
downs. yards one yard up the Starke. Fla. 32091NOW..sET
middle with Charles
termed the the
David Hurse one-
the 22-19 BHS edge. Coach
middle. The play
Taking over on their 37 with big Sponger
which Keith
made"crucial" to the winning effort. Cook carrying,
handed catch
4:18: remaining in the third offensive was trying to ram
period the Tornadoes were the ball up the BHS middle but
again roosting in the Sponger found the going tough.
endzone! with 1:58: still left in Monster man Charlie Revel
the period. stormed up to stop a swing
Tarpon Springs was pass complete to big, strong,
penalized the touchdown and speedy Theodore Watts YOUR TABLE WITH' FINEIMPORTEPORCELAIN I
play, so BHS had the ball on for no gain. Watts went
the 1 and one half yard line for around left end on third down
the extra point try. With the and got six yards before Erie
ball that close Erie Biggs Biggs could stop him. Tarpon CHINAAT I
called time out, quarterback went for the third and 4
Jimmy Prevatt consulted with situation with 7:50: left in the FAIR
Coach David Hurse on the game on a key play, and Hicks
got nearly four yards over left
tackle and a first down at the SPECTACULAR "FEATURE-OF-THE-WEEK" SAVINGS. .
BHS 30.Behind.
Tarpon. IHS
10 Plrst" Downs 11 that huge offensiveline SUPERMARKETS
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YardPath. 61 25 on first down before Revel
1.2.0 ..c-....-.I 2.1 Clip The Valuable
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SdS Yards Panahud 1 1.5 run at the left side netted just Coupons in this Ad i
4-11 Punt.Yards S 20.1 over a yard as the BHS i i i
defense stiffened.QB PANTRY PRIDE 5 LB BAG ff PILLSBURY 5 LB BAG h

sideline, and the Tornadoescame power Mike sweep Tsalickis with three tried backsin the iJToo. i\: SUGAR 491. d9 ; i FLOUR 39* w i

back and lined up to run front of l him. but Tornado
the ball in for two points. defensive end Keith Carter .J .... ....
F nn TM*tans mo let .TWMI 0.-i""lAC.cmtm ree cp0'.*wa0. 1 --"D."C&w*tear*o?IACM CIMT
Andrew Carter danced strung the play out, giving | m mm. mimT L..* .....*r M ooo L wrm A tr M rooo .....CD .-.. Jy
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22 19 with 1:59: remaining in from the BHS secondary and y"
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I I"). ,>nihvr2.1976 TKLECRAP1I Page TA

e0b Rebuilding Year Seen For BUS BasketballA

l$7t_ : !\ ",
miw graduation decimated In addition, football players games by holding down will need "15 percent ability ii'7- : ,
p4 Bradford High basketballteam Andrew Carter, Roland opponents' scoring. Starke and 85 percent desire. Eastside ; ,
opens its season Cummings Kenny Aycox and pots averaged only 50 is a strong team and hasa ;
tomorrow (Friday) afternoonat Jay Godwin are tied up in per game last year. pair of 6 3 forwards he
1 p.m. against the Eastside football playoffs and will not Others expected to see said. The Tornadoes will con "
Rams in Gainesville. be available to the basketballteam action this year are the wing centrate on shooting and
Coach Warney Adkinson, for several weeks. man Ronnie Hall, 5.10; highor defense in tomorrow's game,"
0 taking over the reins from "We're going to be hurting low post man Billy Ricks, 6 Adkinson said.Adkinsonis .
I4JLv. Mike Sexton, will have only the first few games, until we -1; wing man Mike Chandler, not entirely new
two of last year's starters, get these players back," said 5-10; wing man Chris King, 5- to Starke basketball, having
forward Fred Aldridge and Adkinson. He added that as 11; high post man David led the Tornadoes to Florida
guard Ken Hampton on hand the situation stands now, it Walker,6.4 and low post man Star Conference basketball
looks to be a rebuilding year, Mark Walker,6-2. Joining the championships ill I9f>5 and
with the inexperience of the team after the football (.
. JV Opens Cage Season Tomorrow squad. playoffs will be low post man 191.6.After Kastside: the
The two returnees, Aldridgeat Andrew Carter, 6 0; point Tornadoes face three more rs
5.9 and Hampton at 5 5, man Kenny Aycox,5-10; high away games before opening at iI
"If we win two games this first few games. He says the game. In addition to Shell, JV averaged only 5 or 6 points per postman t Jay Godwin,6.3 and home against Ocala Forest
year It will be an Improve- initial games this season will players currently eligible game last year, although wing man Roland Cummings, Dec 14 Starke will meet +
ment over last year's record," be "experience" for the include: Ben Ross, a 6-1 Adkinson points out that 5. 11.For. Bishop KennyTucsday.lec ,
Bradford High School junior squad, noting that several sophomore and the youngest Starke traditionally con- the Tornadoes to beat and Palatka 'South Friday.
varsity basketball Coach players recently! concluded JV brother of former BHS bask- centrates on defense, winning Eastside. Adkins said they Dee 1O in away games
Reddy Cox mused earlier this football Cox,himself,has less etball standout Alfred Ross:
week as he and his chargers than two-weeks practice time Ben Cooper, a 5-6 sophomore I
prepared for the JV season with the team, having just speedster expected to help "o ap .f' (k'
opener tomorrow afternoon, completed his JV football make the fast break go; GIVE YOUR BOY A SUZUKI GOFER,TM 75.OR TS 75. .
Friday (Dec.3)), against East. coaching responsibhties. Oliver Marx,a 5-10 sophomore TIL GIVE HIM A SUZUKI STYLE JACKET FREE .4iTilrt
side High in Gainesville. Kevin Miller, a 6.4 returning from last year's JV rI
Last year, the BUS JV lost freshman, had been squad; Dwayne Cummings, a
two talented performers to scheduled to see action in the 6-2 sophomore who recently '" M
the varsity and finished the season opener against the sparked the JV football team 1tY'I
season with a lone victory Eastside Rams, but was with hard, powerful running
against 19 losses perhapsthe hospitalized Wednesday from the fullback slot; and 'li
worst record any BHS afternoon with an undetermined Glenn Carter,a 5-8 ore :
team has posted in the illness.Coach Cox who also recently trade his v
school's] history. said Miller had been "lookingreal grid iron helmet for eager
But Cox holds higher hopesfor good" during pre-season knee-pads. _4- ____________
this year's JV cagers. "We practice sessions and was to Friday's season opener tips-
don't have a lot of height, but have seen action against the off a 20 game schedule for the IliuliK, SIIIIII.| of I.o\\tt'y, proudly displays an eight-point 131
we're going to make up for it Rams from the starting center BHS JV cage squad, and will pound( ) hiuk deer lie bagged( ( shortly after noon last 'luesday.
with quickness," Cox says. position, follow the varsity game at 1 M"\ .n:I. in the I.akt'Huller :\lanagementArea.
"We'll be moving the ball on Curtis Shell,a 6-1 freshman, p.m. against the Rams. SUZUKIfstapke
people, and with our quick is slated to begin at center in Eastside coaches requestedthe ;
ness I'm sure we can fast Friday's season opener. varsity play the first game l '
break" Cox notes. Coach Cox says all six Friday, in order that the l \
Coach Cox expresses some players currently eligible will student body might attend the ., ,
concern over early contests see playing time against the varsity contest before ''''.......-'ol.-;, l II (
this season, particularly the Rams in the season tip-off boarding the buses for home. u. S, 301 S. 964-7020 ,
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. BHS Coaches Praise Tornadoes Defense, Offense In Play-Off Win"It _I

was a great win for us," "It was a great effort by all better now than we have all whipped them from that and five assists, Hansen long runs. Aycox had two "The line showed pride together as a unit; the asset of
says Head Coach David Hurse our players," says Coach season." position. pointed out. tackles, Bell had four and one and in any winning ball club, he
character, especially
of the 22-19 upset win over Hurse, pointing out the "Although Prevatt didn't "Our boys had n lot of pride Biggs was tough on the run assist. added.
Tarpon Springs Friday night offensive line fired off the ball get his usual running yardage and determination to come when a Sponger back got into the second half" Jornov says. "We just didn't take 'no' for I
which has vaulted his Tornado fast and hard and picked up against Tarpon Springs he from 12 points down," Sexton the secondary and had four Jornov on Offense The boys worked real good an answer."
footballers into the Region 3 the Tarpon Springs stunting made the right decision mostof ) says. tackles and one assist. Biggs
and Region 4 state play-offs well.Both the time Friday night. Had also went back deep and "The offensive line
with Ocala Forest. guards, Isaac he not done that, we would not Ilansen on Secondary leaped high at the right secondto executed better than we've
"It feels good to put Cummings and Waiscel have moved the football bat down a pass In front of ever executed," says Coach
together both ends of a ball- Hines, had to play consistent Hurse states simply. Monster man Charlie Revel big Theodore Watts on the Ted Jornov The weak side of Quality. .
game, both offense and football all night for the and cornerback Erie Biggs BHS 10 yard line during the the line, guard Issac "The Highest
defense. Tornado offense to move the Sexton On Defense"In were the top defensive backsof Tarpon Springs furious on- Cummings and tackle Bobby
"Considering the great way it did, says Hurse. Center the week for their slaught in the fourth period. Smith drew special praise Lowest Priced. .
talent Tarpon Springs had Jeffery Jockel's job was to the second half, we performance against the Kenny Aycox and Franklin from the coach. They adjustedwell
offensively, our defense just help stop penetration up the played an outstanding Tarpon Springs running Bell played their deep on the line of scrimmage Custom Home in
did a heckuva job." The middle and Jockel did that, defensive ballgame," said game, says Coach Denny positions well, but were not as working blocking assignmentsout
defense, which has given up Hurse says.Tackles defensive coordinator Mike Hansen. involved as much in the play between themselves, America t/lr --#
yardage In previous games, Lawrence Budgetand Sexton. The entire front seven Revel played his best gamein since Tarpon Springs did not "...that's the type of boys PO., Nob.1 Hom..Co,..,.""
got tough enough to stop Bobby Smith both did a played real fine football a month with five tackles pass much or break many they are."
Tarpon Springs at the one fine job blocking the Sponger games Sexton states.
yard line in the first period, linebackers,especially Smith, End Keith Carter "got real
the first indication it would says Hurse. Tight end Steve good reads on the quick pitch
play it tough Friday night. For Earnest caught two crucial and stopped the wide stuff to
almost the entire fourth passes, one on a leaping catch his side, a crucial job," says r ,
period the Big Red defense of which gave BHS 19 yards anda the coach. .uJI
Coach Mike Sexton held theSpongers first down to start the second Both defensive tackles
at bay to protect the third period TD drive. Marty Russell and Roland _
narrow 22-19 lead Tornado wideouts Allen Cummings, Jammed up the
Offensively, the Tornadoes Norman. Stanley Williams, inside consistently.Weak .
rolled up 336 yards on the and Jeffery Norman were side end Jay Godwindid Nfiv' CUSTOMIZEDPLAN PLANNING TO BUILD?
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was the first time Tarpon helped backs Andrew Carter cutback hole pretty good, you'thcicx 'plena CUSTOM DESIGNED
Springs had been behind all and Jimmy Clark get extra Sexton says.: NMAKE THEM HOME
pushed the yardage Hurse noted. Weak side linebacker .
!season. Nobody Th Nobtl' oC's>*.ti t* Ip0"TWB $13 50'SQ.lOeI.O'O.
Spongers around like the Clark and Carter both Lawrence Patrick played a <.'t uttof.,riu f S!,>9 A a
Tornado offense. Tarpon played fine offensive football steady ballgame Sexton ? only" "wq''om e' COMPLETECONSTRUCTION
Hurse. added!, being in the right placeat i\'iw'! RAPID
Springs fans said. The games says Both ran '"" MAnm"" Ns'A I
Sponger team was stunned hard and broke arm tackles. the right time. Russell (Lit 'Hit' ;I' UMtVNCi i '"
when BHS came out in the Carter's one-handed catch blocked the pass that finally Ar+ rdr. Mov*"lo,Oor ntnv Homo." AND CAH["[I fNG
third period and drove 66 and down the middle in the third stopped Tarpon in the fourth 3loSw..H .'.0", ... ... ." .pax. '_ '.
then 63 yards to go ahead 22- period on the second TD drive period, behind the line of ..' ..' ....d... ..
19. overcoming a 19-7 deficit was crucial Hurse noted. scrimmage. I NOBEL
after the first half. Key to the BHS offense, "Cruger and Clark were fill28ili]
"Coach Sexton made some however, was veteran super. These two people
adjustments at halftime that quarterback Jimmy Prevatt's really did a job for us," Coach
helped the defense," Coach reading on the veer option of Sexton states. R. T. Lovorn RealtorLawrence
Hume says, "...and gave them the reactions of the Tarpon Middle guard Kenneth
a few words to get their minds Springs defense. Cruger's quickness helped the Head down an d driving. Andrew Carter gets yardage on the dive between center Jeff Jockel.at Blvd Keystone
beck on their business." For "Jimmy Prevatt executed defense stop up the middle left, and guard Issac Cummings. at right, before Spongers Kevin Toye, defensive tackle, and 473-3254-473-4692
above five minutes at the half, the veer very well," says right from the start. Cruger George Stergos linebacker, close down on him.
before Coach Hurse could geta Hurse. About 80 percent of the faced a 260-pound center but
word in edgewise. Sexton time the Tornado signal caller worked around him for one big
told the Tornadoes what they was correct in the split-second play after another, Sexton
should be doing to Tarpon decisions he is required to points out. Cruger made 14 I ( II E4GLE ;::
Springs. make on whether to leave the individual tackles and three I .'
"We didn't play over our football in the dive man's assists second only to Clark. I' ru U H '" _I
heads. We just played the kind stomach, or pull it out and Strong side linebacker: I ,
of defense we re capable of pitchout, or run himself or Jimmy Clark who goes two 1
playing when we get our pass the football. ways played the best football -
minds right," says Sexton. "Over-all, Prevail did a game at linebacker that he SIiYEIIR1GR1rouR
"These boys went out and better job than in the Live Oak ever has Sexton says. Clark CHRBIRUS HM I
showed us they have a lot of game," Hurse says. "Our did a good job reading the TO it ownorra AT 1- y I
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TTeremherZ.1976 TELEGRAPII_ .- ...". ... Page9A n

.. litchens'Tile Wins Berth In District TourneyKitchens f': :rPbr : 11 ;' 1N:JI

Tile defeated Bad- with a touchdown on a pass Kitchens Tile was on the \to score In the second half, Country Boys scored-first on a r
cock Furniture 24-13 Sunday, from Tom Hannagan to Scoreboard twice more before making the final score pass from Stu Duncan to .
earning the right to represent Ronnie Thomas to tie the the first half was over,once on Kitchens Tile 24, Badcock 13. Jimmy Alvarez. Draw Tite
Starke in District Playoffs score 6all.Badcock. a pass from McGee to Dale The first game on Sunday of scored on a pass from Chris
Thursday, December 2, at enjoyed a Haas and again on a pass from regular season play was Chandler to Emmett Bright ,
Westside Park field In momentary lead when McGee to Dennis Crawford to played between Draw Tite!a.rul and made a two point
Gainesville at 7:30: p.m. Ratcliff intercepted the ball to' take the lead at halftime, 18 to Country Boys). Draw Tate conversion to go ahead 1613.
Kitchens Tile was on the run it in for the score. The 13.In squeezed by Country Boys to Country Boys scored again on o
Scoreboard first on a pass extra point was good on a pass the second half, Kitchens win 30 to 27. pass from Joey Bennett to ,-
from Randall McGee to Billy from John Watson to Steve Tile scored once on a pass In the first half, Draw Tite Alvarez to take the lead 1916. T I, '''j.''v
Belote in Sunday's Walker to put Badcock ahead from McGee to Wayne scored once on a pass from Draw Tite scored twice, bothon '
tontest.Badcock came back 136. Tetstone. Badcock was unable. Chris Chandler to Glen De Sue passes from Chris .
and made a two-point Chandler to Emmett Bright .. \r""
conversion. Country Boys and made two extra points. .""tf.
)WUtr scored on a pass from Stu Country Boys scored only
/ Duncan to Gene Raulerspn once more before time ran II'4 i&
1 made one extra point. Halftime out, on a pass from Duncan to ;:!
score found Draw TiLe on Gene Raulerson with a two
top 8-7. point conversion being made. _
JF 8JHIIIO 8 In the second half, scores Final score was Draw Tite 30,
see-sawed back and forth.Girl's Country Boys 27. $t it2r

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SQ '' ;o en9 tJ. "Our biggest problem Is a quick team capable of Ella l'oont'y,fifth; Handy Costello, second; Faye Johnson first; Loretta ROMS! third: and Phyllis!
o'J' $098 going to be our lack of experience running the ball well throughout Muggins' fourth.
\ tl 5298 ," Bradford High girl's all four quarters. McGriff
Offering The I basketball Coach Jerry stresses conditioning saying,
McGriff says of the upcoming "If we are beaten, it's going to Johnson Takes Top Honors
ExclusivelyHighWaisted season which begins next be on the other team's ability
Offering Thursday, Dec. 9, with a not because we ran out of .,
season opener contest against gas."
( BlousesJumpsuits Hawthorne High in
Hawthorne. Women's Tennis
In LeagueCity
BLOUSES SLACKS And Sports Wear McGriff noting that this is Seniors on the girls squad
the first year Bradford High include: Cassandra Johnson,
By RajahBrahma has fielded a girl's cage a recent standout in recreation department season with a 10-6 mark, and Women's tennis action is
squad in several seasons, volleyball at BHS; Susan women's singles tennis: league Ella Cooney record a 9 7 scheduled to begin again in I
Rajkumari Perfect looks for an uphill struggle Blalock; Joy Mains, the action concluded season record. the spring.
along the 10 game slate, tallest player on the squad; Nov. 23, with a TuesdaYd
From 5695 & Up For Holiday Wear which pits the beginning BHS and Cynthia Allen. Juniors trophy presentations.
squad against schools with include: volleyball standouts Faye Johnson who I
established basketball Betty Hudson and Emma
girl's compiled an outstanding 15 -
Limited Supply programs.On Frances Murphy, cross country runner 1, win loss, record in league I.:;U: L 1!.Lt!. U: 1!.
Coltrane and Ceilita
the possitive side play took the championship
McGriff is looking forward to Hawkins and Mary Berry. trophy. Kandy Costello at 14 -

2, took the runner up trophy l.: L t: ti'LLt:
OPEN EVERY Ia and Loretta Ross, at 12 4, ; :

NIGHT TILL 1O P.M. E..... ..LE third place Costello honors-
Kandy spoiled FayeJohnson's
undefeated! record
AND CHRISTMAS EVE with an 8.4 victory in the final by Neil CrawfordI
match of the season.
wI Phyllis Muggins finished the

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H : Wife, reading astrology the turkey Thanksgiving and pumpkin holidays pie over as fishing At 7 for a.m.bass all on Bassmasters a clear day.
book, to husband "If
the Bassmasters were left were ready to head for their
rs Nr_?wT had been born two days empty handed Saturday favorite spot. Julian McK.io
MOM LArM later would J you (Nov. 27)). and I had several places in
kind, generous, and witty As I stated a few weeks ago mind to fish during the day
-Hoest King Features Santa Fe Lake is low and We tossed all kinds of plugs.
.. : po oJI :. 0 c.j 0 / _. -- -- I"may tJUllClll 1..H landed U.. bass.

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Cancer Society Offering $ coo

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: at the club house at 3 Santa"on Saturday Dec. 4, at
Great 1,I o'clock Wednesday Dec. 8. 9:30: a.m. at the clubhouse.
t Hostesses will be Mrs. J.D. There will be a coffee table
I Warren,chairman Mrs. H.M. l 'tiA'Jr.t'+ for parents.
Gifts I Hatcher Jr., Mrs. R.A. Advance tickets may be had
Green, Mrs.J.A. Griffin Mrs. by calling Mrs. Gerald
1 John Greene, Mrs. John W.
i'E I Griffin Mrs. L.H. Jennings, Wilson 964-8210, Mrs. Gary
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4' J.C. Dukes 9647972.
McLendon and Mrs. Don
i Reardon.On Tickets will be $1.25 for

= 10% ,! Priscilla! StalnAker, Women's December Club will host 17 the the \to ii children.

4 G1kls Senior Citizens at a Christmas CHRISTMAS BAZAAR
John KenneyTo party at 1:30.: All membersare BUS Coed To Sign4YenrAFKOTC

invited to attend. The club will have a
Mac's Wed Jun. Members are urged to Christmas Bazaar Dec. 11
remember to bring starting at 9:30: a.m. at the
tt Mrs. Elizabeth Stacker of refreshments to the club corner of Walnut and Madison
Starke and James Stalnaker College Grunt
house by 12:30: on that day. Streets.
4 ,:;i Music i of San Marcos, Texas Deborah Lucille (Lucy) Baked Christmas items
J announce the engagement and ; / crafts and plants will be on
4 JII11 : approaching marriage Of their W/jouJ now Bradley daughter of Mr. and sale.
"' ". r daughter Priscilla Jane, to Mrs. Clyde Bradley of Starke,
i. John William has signed a letter of intent to.
,., Jj 226 N. Temple Kenney son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Kenney, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Mayo, accept a four-year Air Force Popular Music
4 "'4\" ':, : Sr. of Starke. owners of McDonald'sRestaurant ROTC scholarship.Lucy .
'q The wedding will be an hosted a group of a senior at Bradford Group'To PerformIn
avid football fans to to attend
event of January tat 4 txnn. in a trip High School,expects to
Tarpon Springs last Friday the University of Florida next
the Pine Level
W & QW W QW Church.No Baptist night. Among those attendingwere fall. She has a 3.75 over-all StarkeThe
invitations being Mr. and -Mrs. Mayo, academic gradepoint average I
sent but all friends are and Mrs. Mayo's parents Mr. and and has an interest in microbiology Turning Point the
\1 relatives invited Mrs. Franklin and brother as a career. popular Christian musical h
are to
RESTABLISHErl1904\ .both' the 'wedding and Larry who are visiting. the Lucy's school activities group on its third national 4
4 reception. Mayos from Tenn:' Also include\ National Honor tour will be in concert '1
: attending were Mr. and;Mrs. Society,. Science Club'and Wednesday Dec. 8, at 7:30:
-" F.M. Settles, Mr. and Mrs. History Club and she is.also p.m. at the First Baptist
I Bill Wilson, and John M. very ,active in her church. Church.
OVER 150 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST Miller. Mr. Mayo had the use ara tnlsssllrwsNawar aulsrrorln The group is coming off a
of the McDonald Corporation tour which has carried it to a
leisure bus, which is a and national church convention in
\ Cindy Gissy Jimmy
converted Greyhound deckedout Virginia, coastal resorts in
SEfVVccE 65oev Gissy of Starke were among
\ in comfortable chairs, eight students initiated into South Carolina college
card tables and a lounge. The the St. Johns River Junior campuses churches and civic
group enjoyed a steak supperat College Chapter of.Phi Theta groups throughout the United
Clearwater prior to the Kappa in a ceremony held at States.
,. game.mucma9mvm9vi. the college on Nov. 23. Local members of the groupare
; Students must attain a Mike King and Mike
r COUNTER TOP 'minimum grade point Hanks both of Starke and Bill
1p 1 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jackson
and family spent Thanksgiving average of 3.0 to be admitted Olds of Keystone Heights.
Also well known locally is
into the national honor
with her parents, Mr.
another member Walter
and Mrs. J.E. (Bill) Wall III fraternity.
Pinder of Jesup, Ga., a friendof
i&A in Lake_City. __ Mike King.Comprised.
of college
students taking a year off
i from studies to take this
IrrIGI&I ri 1 1m musical message across the
country. The Turning Point
HAMILTON brings a full array of instru-
mentation as well as melodic

:' I BEACH 4! ___ LII JlllIB:!:( : tt.: GjdElr area voices known to their Jorthe-.hana-program.. They, ?

/ clapping beat of their modern .
301 S. Starke Fla.
and traditional spiritual
SHOPPING CENTER music and have recorded
several record albums.
The Turning Point
program in Starke will
feature the sharing of the
79D A w" Christian faith through the
S [giULOO music and experiences of the
...I..: .,...... FOR group. The Turning Point
is for the
\ CHRISTMAS i Ministry designed
I entire family and is directedby
If noted musical director
f 111j Danny Whipple of Greenville
.11.111.lfi cr r a 1" SC
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... Little WomenTo
r 78MDV If you've never seen our low priced ring collection,

you're in for a delightful experience. Choose from Meet Dec. 6

GTILt'I) I I Steam 'n filigrees, assorted synthetic stones, cameos, all met-

r ,t'r Dry Iron al bands, novelty styles and many, many more. In The Little Women's Club .

S fact, we have hundreds of styles to choose from! will meet Monday. Dec. 6. at 8 _
Z99urger pm. at the club house. A
Liule mac" \ Members are asked to
remember to bring boxes for

I ir I' .1c ( the Christmas project. Plans
oJ' .l Y for the annual Christmas
Party will be discussed. All
members are asked to be

will be
8 Speed )
Blender I i .- e served after the meeting.
G 1 E i \vtltM

Class Of 1951

25th Reunion

Saturday Dec. 4

The BUS class of 1931\: will
have its 25th: reunion this
Saturday. December 4.
: starting at 7pm. and steak
,tit', fwj f dinner at B p m. at the Starke
'- Golf and Country Club.

/ \ ( nil For reservations call or
r write to :Mrs. Helen Barry
\ / Crosby. 812 Cypress Street
r Starke. Tickets are $15 per
rf a.e couple or $7.50 per person.

Joy Lame

a Q Shower HonoreeMiss

Joy Laine December
17 bride-elect, was honored at
a linen !shower Wednesday.
Nov 10, given by Miss Colleen
I.;; rr Nichols Mrs Susan Nicholsand
r :Mrs Uuby: Brannen at the
'' I r home of the 'Utter on Weldon

,.. 1 /AutOmahe Street
The refreshment table was
'..: Toaster covered with '
c W OUR LOW PRICE: a. white
tablecloth and centered with a
sDr I floral arrangement of roses.
r Miss Laine was presented a
corsage and a bedspread from
her hostesses as a memento of
1)) the occasion.

Twenty-two guests attended
between the hours of 7:30: and
00 9:30: pm.
Und.c.oc: I

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MULTI-TRIXKIOAO and CARLOAD ,.,... .._., (/MM. Dawley of Brunswick Ga.
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Bradley Reunion Easy And Quick Christians Ideas ST. EDWARD'S NEWSPlans pgcpg qJ(0CU KcAJcWfMr. \ l I

Held ThanksgivingMrs. To Be Presented Bv Home EconomistYour -
for revising the Council approved the sponsorship -
constitution and of a local Boy Scout Eldon Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Barney
J.M. Bradley was County Extension color sex or national origin.To Council and Mrs. Manic Mr. and Mrs. visited his brother and
Home Economics Agent will be assured of a seat please paving and expanding the Troop. Sanderson and daughter of !Mr. and !Mrs Homer Stearns Eggers Mr. and Mrs.
hostess at a family reunion on council in law,
The approved Tullie sister -
church parking lot highlightedthe Tallahassee the and Mr. and Mrs.
present a one hour FREE !MAKE spent Huntsville.Ala. .
Thanksgiving at her home on in
New Year's Eve Dick Eggers
holding a
St. Edward's Parish with her Thanksgivingday
496.2321.JBIRTHS weekend spent
presentation of QUICK & calling 964-6554 Or parents Norman
Kingsley Seven of Lake.her eight children EASY CHRISTMAS IDEAS on Council held Nov. 22 in the Dance in the; parish hall. Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Denmark. with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wednesday to Monday.

Tuesday. December 7, at 7 Parish Hall. Emanuel in DeBary.Mr. Jackson celebratedher
were present including: Mrs. Welly, president, Melissa
Rachel Geiger.Irs.! Nell pm. AND on Wednesday, At the invitation of Rev. presided at the meeting.. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dewees tenth birthday Tuesday
Dearborn !Mr and !Mrs. December 8, at 10 a.m. in the Patrick Foley, pastor the and family of Jacksonvillewere and !Mrs. Kenneth afternoon, Nov. 23 at a small
Reece Bradley.Jack Bradley. Bradford Agricultural Build- : Saturday guests of Mrs. Norman of Topeka, Kas. were party for a few friends givenby
ing in Starke OR at 7 p.m.. TIINKSGI'ISGtss Carrie Ritch and !Mrs. Mary visiting relatives here mother Mrs. Marc
Vince Bradley !\Irs.Iary! ..... .. _______. of last week. her
Wednesday December 8, in : I'" ,, Wooten. Visitors also on Tuesday .
Ellen Alton. all of nev. Richard Bowles, altar vtiiiiu iitriu e eusimaifruits Jackson.Mr.
the Lake Butler Community !Mr and!Mrs. Bobby Dodd of nuts and Saturday and Sunday were
and Mrs. Edward'scelebrated
Jacksonville :Mr former of St. vegetablesand
; pastor
Bradley Geiger and sons. Center. Ocala announce the arrival ofa the special decorations throughoutthe !Mr. and Mrs. Steve' Tilley of !Mrs. O.L. Haynes Jr. and and Mrs. Drew Reddish
Vance and Jimmy of Merritt Free food and boy born November 17 at 7 Thanksgiving Mass with Rev. Church were gathered and Tallahassee. The Tilleys also daughter Anne of Florida the and Mrs. P.D. Reddish spent
samples pm. in the Marion County visited their Mr. and University of West
assembled Donna parents Monday with Mr
Island Mr. and :Mrs Larry Patrick Foley. by Samonson Friday to
; time decorating Ga.
many saving Memorial in Ocala. Decatur
Geiger of Live Oak :Mr and ideas will be featured. Hospital Gifts of food items were behalf of the Catholic Mrs. Bill Tilley in Starke and went up to to take and Mrs. Glen Reddish and
Jason Robert in
weighed at to Sunday
Dr. and Mrs. T.G. Hitch in Tuesday
and Youth in Pensacola.
:Mrs.\ J.D. Bradley and carried in procession at mother Mrs. family
daughter. Gill. :Mr and Mrs. This service is free to all eight pounds eight ounces Offertory by the parishioners. Friends of Father Bowles Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. Haynes'
and measured 23 inches long. home after two
David Scott
Jim Harriss and three people without regard to race These gifts are to be used in may address him at SI.lIchae's .
Maternal grandparents are and Mrs. Barney Null of weeks visit here. I See Page lOB )
children. Lisa. Bryan and :Mr and Mrs. Eddie Cardenasof making food baskets for the \ Catholic Church 19
Amy. Mr. and :Mrs. Ed Rowan Starke Elks Set Keystone Heights. Paternal needy at Christmas time. \ Palafox Street P.O. Box Fernandina were Wednesdayto
of Mr. and
and five children Kemberly The beneath the 864. Pensacola. Fla. 32594. Sunday guests
grandparents are !Mr. and Cars *
Mrs. C. G. Hill at Kingsley Extra Clean
Dakar and *
Wendy, :Memorial I Serb ices Mrs. Robert Dodd of Starke. Lake. -f"
Clinton all of Orlando. J..I.:

Bradley Jr of Jacksonville. BPO Elks Lodge Starke 1082 ----- perdonaJKevin Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs of AUTO ;

Leslie. :Mr Bradley.and :Mrs KingsleyLake. J.S. will conduct memorial ser Lamar:Mr and demons:Mrs.of Clifford Starke Atlanta were weekend guestsof : (DOO0(!)([] ,
Dec. 5 at 2
vices Sunday. p.m. :Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
O'Guin and daughters.. Kathy the Hall. Starke. announce the birth of a son, :Miller son of:Mr and Mr and :Mrs DavidIontgomery SALES
and Wendy RaIford; :Michael l in Community Lodge leaders andclergys Jason :Michael November 26. :Mrs. John :Miller, is a medical and family Silcox.honored at Mrs.a luncheon Biggs Friday was -a u.LE f.L' LL! I.1Z1L! *
O'Guin, Stephanie Smith and muted to attend. in Alachua General Hosptial. patient in St Vincent's attended the Montgomery
Niki Smith of :Marietta Ga.. These are are for the Grandparents are !Mr. and Hospital.Mr. family reunion at the given by Mrs. SG. Denmarkat = 1976 MONTE 1974 DELTA bu
her home on N.
Gary O'Guin of Bradenton.Mr. deceased members of the :Mrs. Arthur Hewett and Mr. Montgomery camp on the CARLO 88 ROYAL n
and Mrs. Paul Hawkins street. Nine guests enjoyedthe
: and :Mrs. Johnny Bradleyand and will be conductedby and Mrs. Walter demons of Suwannee River from ._ rllJDeck TIt, Wheel CID.
Lodge Black Landau
and family of Brandon were affair.
of Starke and :Mr to SaturdayMr
Stephen Exalted Ruler George Starke and maternal Wednesday 14 000 Miles, V".yITolJ. Green4Duur_
Thanksgiving : .
and :Mrs. :Mike Waters and grandmother is !Mrs.
and Amy of Dominianni and lodge and Mrs. Titus Olson. : and :Mrs\ Jim Partin Local admittances to
Teresa officers. "An Elk is never for Elizabeth Steedley of Manor. $4995 $2995
:Middleburgrowtw..iel.ata..wr\ Ga. ,?IndIr: and :Mrs Wayne Bradford County Hospital this ato
gotten. forsaken. Trish Myers and Christi Edwards: of Jackson: ille were week include: Clyde Hall r
i>wver.a+ii All members are urged to rid isxrtdrtdrdaidarditwudltwwdi Norman of Macon. Ga. and overnight :Mrs Eliza Carroll Miss
:Mr andlrs: Keith attend Light refreshmentswill Paulk was Kathy Myers of Tallahassee last ofIrs: Gladys Valeria Deen Mrs. Nina 1975 SUPER CAB DATSUN PICK.UPSc
:Mrs Dave guests
Gillingham and family of be served after the the weekend with Sanders Frank Coss :
relatives in Decatur, spent long Edwards A M.F M 6Cyl 19727314 75: With'
Tampa have moved back to services visiting their parents Mr and Mrs.: Herschel Crosby :Mrs Ruth '11
Ala. the week. A C Some IJtom.Jll
Starke John \Myers. :Mr and :Mrs. Joe Hill and Lee and Herman Nettles of GI Automatic t I P S ( -.

--.. --'iJID JI ....... .................. ....... .......1.... "CM. rhildren of Ocala visited her Starke; Charles Wolf of Lake
__ ___
n n 1 Geneva; Mrs. Willie McVeighof
lather. Ilarve Edwards:
through the holidays> and also Keystone Heights: :Mrs. n $3695 Frp$1495A1a$ ; ::
; \isited :Mrs Edwards in Sttike's Olhe Hodges of Lake Butler;
: :Mrs Leslie Barnett of
Winder's I Hospital Raiford. and :Mrs. Pamela 11I1975 PLY.VALIANT 1974 FIREBIRD S'
't. Fmley and John Lee of u 4 Door Automatic .a
-- Law teMr > Formula 400 AM FM
Transmission &
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Has The Perfect Gift'a BIRTHSMr. Thornton: and :Mrs and Donald Stuart W. 2 Air Condition. Tape Sharp Air CM Condith 3n *

: and Mrs. Mikel? G. Strickland the
spent long :
Denton of Starke announcethe $2995
weekend in Orlando and : $3895t
birth of a daughter
For ,.1 attended the FloridaMiamigame
0 mThis Estella Michelle on
the Bowl.
w :! in Tangerine *
November 24 in Alachua 1973 OLDS VISTA

General Hospital. Paternal :Mr and :Mrs Bill Parks of CRUISER WG. 1974 CHEV VAN *

Christmas 4 .r.rr .ry grandmother is :Mrs.M11lie Atlanta and :Mr\ and :Mrs it .
:Mae Denton of Starke. JIllkell: : of Delray Beach Elect Windows Locks C20 *

:Maternal grandparents are were guests during the long it Stereo 3
Walter B. Auto,>'.!t" a Air
:Mr and :Mrs\ weekend MrsLouie: Bell *
:McLarty of Bhalia.l1ss: ,

Parks : $2480 X3695L *

:Mr and :Mrs. Lawrence J, :Mr and :Mrs. J,S. Walker of 1972 FORD xf
Baker of Starke announce the Fort Lauderdale. son.Steve of 1973 FORD
birth of a daughter. Lisa Jane Chapel Hill N. C and f III PICK-UP PICK-UP'*
November 17 in Alachua daughter. Cindy of thet'mversity
U .
General Hospital. Grandparents of Tennessee were 6 Cy'' Strllqht; StiCk, 4 8 "tl' ,,'11 ; k
are!Mr, and Mrs.Jack Wednesday to Sunday guests
touch. Day of Southfield. :Mich and of their parents :Mr\ and :Mrs.J .
can :'>Ir. and Mrs. Fred Baker of II :'>Ion<:rler. $1795 $2250
Logansport Ind Great grand-
mother is Mrs. Hazel :Mrs GJ :lIcGnff, Sr. spent
parkkinnen of Frankfort.Mich. Wednesday Sunday with
: :Mr and :Mrs :McGnff.\ Jr andfamily a 1965 PLY. 1SKYLARKKn

in Gainesville ,.
... : l1 'c" ", : "

\ *':: > .' j- y.-yy., Mr. and Mrs. Barney ::x: ',..''I''CulHllt'::' I' '" I "J

: Touch mat ic :Mr and :Mrs Richard :McRae of Starke and $30000 'N

Roberts of Starke announcethe daughter Mrs. Vivian Harley $1995 *
birth of a daughter Lea and family of Merritt Island *
Lindsey. November 21 in spent Thanksgiving day with
Alachua General Hospital. Dr. and Mrs Barney McRae. y
. .--- 'i, ( . vi Grandparents are Mr. and Jr in Lake City. !Mrs. Harley : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS !
:Mrs George Roberts. Jr. of and family returned to Starke
Starke. :Mrs Collette Davisonof with her parents and spent the it 473.4470 & 473.4078 *
Knoxvillv. Tenn. and Bill weekend.
Come In Davison of Fort Lauderdale. -Ie Extra Clean Cars *+.

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By Jeannette Prescott A scheduled speaking Plans are to reschedule the
engagement this weekend, speaking engagement at a
PERSONALS Dec. 3 5, at the Hampton later date, according to Paul
Baptist Church has been canMeng.. '
Mr. Bt1Ill\trs. Paul Prescott celled due to the Illness of the Lt. Col Mohr Is the first TAI E CHRISTMAS STORE ti
and Johnny Thanksgiving speaker, Lt. Col.Jack Mohr of American prisoner of war In
Day dinner with their Mississippi. the Korean War, according to
clllldren, Mr. and Mrs. Irving 1\11' Meng.
IIndge and family, Thursday "
Nov. 25. f aar DOLLS-DOLLS-DOLLS Gowns
Mr. and Mrs. I'anl Prescott ladles
IIlId Johnny visited with Mr ". Toddlers,Walkers,Talkers I Babies /
and Mrs Eddie Williams in by Movie Star
The Plant Williams'City Friday daughter.Floreno. eVE'ning. HALF OFFSPECIAL ? 59t_$1.OO_ I.98 i long and waltz length sleeveless, long sleeves, 1
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Rloward and his two sons! ;
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your prnyers.
The Prcscotts' then went to When It t Comes T.Dolls Is The Champ ERTL Super
their mother's, 1\1rs. Nellie
Pringle in Lakl'laml and spent; AT WEIGHT Tractors ''i
lIurtlay and Sunday with :
her" Also their sister's
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Elton Watson and family, 1\11'
and Mrs. Alton Nichols. and I- s 6 98 f -
family, 1\Ir. and Mrs Orea 2 Ft. Pine 2.98 6 Ft. Pine S12.98
Prescott visited Mr and Mrs Cut down the cost of cutting
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.'County 4-III IB open to all 3-12 ... COFFEE + CROCK ENGLISH' LEATHER
.. giaders without regard to : WATCHER

'race boys color to and or join national girls one are of origin.All eight encouraged \\ I% R COFFEEMAKER 10 CUP ivrir 4 QUART DERBY GIFT SET

clubs In Bradford 1-1 COCK ANDSERVE
County More clubs will be organized I 5"x7"SEjVRGWSW 1 4 OZ AFTER SHAVE
!( as needed.All REMOVABLE. ... ANt> .5 OZ SO.AP
young people will have a : J' DRIP MADE A ,..'
project give a demonstration FULL 10 CUPS IN VESSEL. \ ...
und exhibit their project is : LESS THAN 5 MIN. .
.' '
feasible For further Information I ,

411 club about and enrolling their meetings In any, U8 99 I...., 50
contact Lowell Parrish at 964- IAAMI NEGATEVE 27 sMC-NEVER 19 '"
t li54>; Join the growing Brad- FROM YOUR, : m ilia ; ITS 1
lord 4-H Clubs. Send b.,1, enLr9emfeetwW. tc NEVER REG
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Department of Offender S.REG _. ? N AIL WORKS ANGELS"LONG
Kohabihtation DOK( ) show CAMERAS t LASTING
more than 4,5io( inmates are / ry NATURAL ESSENCE

working monthly state at programs benefit of with about a I&88 1r .+ 1A88 SUPERIOR NAIL
million ...i"LI 099 CARE SYSTEM
$1.5(expansion of inmate .::.-;, 1 5000 .PROFESSIONAL 1

:-:-: industries will keep more REPLACES EXPENSIVE REG ONE AND WAY SHAPING FILING 'i 95
_,is: inmates occupied at pro- FLIP, FLASH (REG 1899)) 12.99 1"; 1299 CORDLESS ELEC
I :fductive tasks said DDK
:;:> officials but will not keep pace
.-' with total inmate population LIMIT
iniTCdses This calendar year KODAK X-15 SUNBEAM\ ByCLA/ROI. ONEMEN'S
inmate population has
increased by more than 2,000 SON OF CJk4' "
to total more than 17,900 in the INSTAMATICCAMERA SHAVE MASTER \
state; correctional system.
The 1976 legislature
provided$10\( million to expand OUTFIT GROOMER fill
inmate industries and it is COMPLETE TAC T\t
expected to put at least 1,400more ( )' +'
inmates to .
C' manufacture of office 126 SIZE FILM ijj "' HEAD RELEASE REG. 22 99 PAK( OF 5HANDKERCHIEFS
furniture, plastic products,
brooms and mops, metal h 120O WATTS OF
signs corrugated boxes, bar 8 POWER .
treated posts 88 EASY TO HANDLE
soap pressure .
and lumber und central food .rr' 1888 EXTRA WIDE WHITE ONLY AEG:; ,129: (NICE GIFT| )
processing.. automobile x+ REG MODEL
processing rebuilding and vegetable REG 21 99 yr. 34 99 75 19 *#: TABLE WITH STAND FOLDABLE ;

The new industries will be
added to about loll< productsnow c /1\J\
manufactured MODEL 91001 ZAP THE ZITS WITH
<(<>If f the 4.5IH)about 1.500 work NORELCO
ut farm sand factories with an }
output valued at$1 million per "1 >) COMPLEXIONSvV CAPSULE i. \
month and another 1,500 ST"--- .7 l S t .YCU..OI :,.
inmates on work release paid ::; J I f PLUS COIDWS IT'S
the state total of$163,1X10:\ <
month for their housing food 1T 1 11TTIIf //? FACE se uGAlAXYrANP SIZE SHAVE
and transportation to and ,
from work. *y. / .* AEROSOL CAN IT S
Nowesttypeof!: t inmate work -
winch began this spring has
r \t"n men working for other
public' agencies/: \ They leave 23 FORCED EATER %
DDK institutions i daily and J REG 999 PROCTOR SILEX
v\nrk in state l forests and S&VTIPOVER 12 99
I Ihiiks IIHS facilities, and for
.1 I leu < ities counties and nonprofit 1288 .l'-i WITM7BRUSHESaCLfAR.SII 99 U ELECTRIC_ JUICER
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REG 8 99 404 SPIN '

I ,AIR INS INtENSIVE CARE $ C 68 8 : All Heavy pontionLett duty m.ul' AND COMPLETE E 404 WITS LINE| ,

CarpetInga'J" EL 24 0 Z you sit or ttandLIMIT 99
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stores Some carpet feature speciality ,. ?_-L C RUST-PROOF WIPES CLEAN
"broadloom" carpets. CC 13 WITH DAMP CLOTH-RECESSED
That's great but what 'fJ WELL FOR GLASS. REG 3 99 SALE PRlftS GOOD 1
are broadloom carpets? t y e. LIMIT

broadloom Simply is defined.a 'term of __ L SPRAY DNE THRU WEDNESDAY

measurement referringto 9 1ft N DAII '! <> .' INI7AV H) 1,1 '
any carpet made 54 \2

inches Broadloom in width carpets, or wIder.are SSA' LIMIT ONE &:

not any special I type -
quality, construction or MININE
style Broadloom i IS a E 2 9 |(ru>si cWrg i
term developed by
.;:,. ti.:' persons m the carpet ZHFRAGAReN S r
:. industry' to distinguish 9a" Depree
wide lengths' of carpet klW ;
from those that are 36 I S 100 Ct UMIT Oiu
i inches or less in width. Atone IZA
,ds o
Y : time widths of 27 and UNSCENIEOD
So '.'. 36 inches were standard' SCEN/E0
measures with certain
carpet manufactures. ban DAN ROLLOHIRAN115 Z ,
We have rolls and rolls
of carpet. Just come in .
and pick out ,the, style you
,. like We will help you 1
.tiqure out the number ofquaro OUR ORIS Z4 O Z LIMIT I
yards of carpet
;':f r- v I h i h YOU, need LAY & GA

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y' a gift TOr everyonp B-U Weigh-In Steer Set Show

This SaturdayThe

I .. rim 'C 20 INCH CAPISTRANO CHOCOLATE COVERED Bradford-Union 4-H and
I CUSTOM I FFA Steer Show weigh-in will

r: TIME SKIN I HI-RISE BIKE PLANTER CBERIESv be am.Hazen's Saturday until farm.12 Dec.noon 4 at, from Doyle B


REG. $2.19 BRACH ?
RED WHITE AND BLUE BANANA ;; : Highway 100 and 235 just inside
t 7 i : 4-H and FFA members who

THREE REG. have entered their steer are

ALIrWITH 9 1 17 7 $1.09120Z required,if they to expect weigh-in to continue.All Saturday -.
SWEEP steers must weigh at least
SECOND 89' BOXELAPSED 700 pounds Saturday.For .
I HAND AND further informationabout
\ 'r
the weigh-in, contact
TIME BEZEL REG 1 Vocational Agricultural
TWO STYLES 14.99 %r your instructor or Lowell Parrish,
1 1A 4-H Agent.
FFA and 4-H'ers then have
REG. 4 Vi until the Show for their
1 R FT. DOUGLAS FIR animals to gain 100 pounds
f 54.88THE and grade average U.S. Goodto
enter the show barn. All
S CHRISTMAS TREE potential exhibitors have been
HUFFY YEAR caring for their steers since
fLAVOR DOWN animals since summer in this
500 youth service project of the
ICICLES Bradford-Union Cattleman'sAssociation


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CELSIUS 10-- g0 1 REG. $2.99 .,,:..:.'..
a OOlhoo 17 INCH ;>
ill _

CIGARS 91 10 "llOj) PINE DOOR RINGER 2 22 n

: ----- 4 .tj ff* .:. I
:;; RAG. $1 9 PAPER & FOIL, WRAP .w,
:: . .
., :. BOX OF NINE VA & "
i : 254 INCH 12 CT. BOX 1 11i"t'

:: NESTLEHOT I 16 6 To rejuvenate watercress (or
L HUNDREDS OF USES THOU OUT THE GLASS ORNAMENTS f.I f. to store for awhile), snip off
, t. HOME 13V IONS 10V WIDE 9. .F the ends under running water
I 150 FT. and place in water in your
-REG. $1.19 refrigerator.FLORIDA.



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LIMIT TWOMEN'S 197 . . Susan George
2.69 r. REG. $1.99 Timothy Bottoms In

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1 r 88 1"ALUMINUM s 9 / r>&\ LADIES

:i 1 0 COT 344 / j BUCCANEER BLOUSES Q., i .

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, DOME TOP WITH ? 388 REG 1.' ; ti.. [ 5 "" UmtiiUitiBti
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an extra Mt prints THE HOLIDAYS __ ,
and >R">"''' .','''-'"."'' ''"''"'W"W"" '" W
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color or black and white 4 IANESCAANROBERT
''F primed TODAY AND EVERYDAY A ..r'x' y" y,
8 a .
Kodak Film 12 8 8 REG W# '"*'.' DUVALLn
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developed Mm and '''w1
When prig you buy pick two up rollf your of Kodacolor or black REG. 569 THE KILLER 4$ ELITE
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With Thanksgiving gone and the By shopping locally, youll have the 4 4i

Christmas shopping season here, we're luxury of doing your shopping a little ata NovemberSTARKE
all no doubt busy making plans for our time, instead of long. backbreaking

gift-giving. Even though it's a rewarding days out of town.Should you experience I i h .. \:" ....... During
experience, shopping for those presentscan problems with the merchandise ll'a a December, the Reynolds
be a time-consuming, exhaustingchore. ten-minute mobile aluminum recyclingunit
it taken '
proposition getting
will be making 4 stops in
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care of. instead of an all-day affair. NERICAN ? I1PIN Starke.

"Last month the citizens of
One suggestion that make ,. ', \
may the i, ; .e r ,ilrro Starke area brought 12.020
whole process just a little less wearying And best of all, youll be patronizing, l f" f pounds of aluminum to the re-
is to shop locally and cycling unit. For their recycling
save yourself
long local merchants who put so much time efforts they received
trips to Gainesville and Jacksonville. and money into making goods and $1.803 from Reynolds" according -
Starke has a good variety of shops, gift services available locally. to Dave Vardell
and department stores and can take care Reynolds Aluminum's

of all but the most outlandish items on Why not take advantage of a good E- recycling.The district manager for
Christmas list.
your thing? public will receive S.II!
__ a pound for their clean house
hold aluminum every Tuesday
I Planned Growth from 9:30-11: ( a.m. in front of
TG&Y Store, Bradford
Square.. US-301 South (8.17:
In the past 20 years, the state of What commercialization there is is South Walnut St.)
Florida has more than doubled its concentrated along US-301 and other Nationwise collections of

population-from just under four millionin roads in the county, and .is greatly Aluminum aluminum by Recycling Reynolds!

1956 to over eight million in 1976. susceptible to changes in traffic flow. Company in the first nine
During this time Florida has been Although this dependence on highway months 1976 almost equaled{
second only to California as the fastest- business is not undesirable it is not total collections for the entireyear

growing state in the Union. enough. Both light industry and a revitalized of 1975.
A record .H-t. million poundsof
downtown section need to be aluminum was! recycled
The attractions of the area are many: developed to effect greater In-county The American Freedom Trait. )stopped to Laae Butler. Mondaymoraiag f r Hie*tca m locom.Mvemade In I M I. School children watched through September compared -
warm weather, lower taxes, less congestion employment.There far a water ref M before moving M to Gainesville. The Uw W car train carrying documents and artifacts blow steam with a total of WS million
and job opportunities in the take Butler" Fire Department' supplied If...i gallon* .. water ami emit a long whistle before it pulled way. pounds! For all of 1975. according

burgeoning space, real estate and con are two different approaches to to Richard N. Boiling

struction industries. It's a wonderful the employment question. One is a very Freedom Train Stops For Water In Lake Butler general Aluminum manager Recycling of Reynolds

place to retire,a wonderful place to raisea simple: "Do nothing." and hope that the Company.Our.

family.To people who move here can find work in Delighting children of .all type steam locomotive' called 24.000 mile journey In Miami Foods. All the documents and
other locations. The other is to accept age the American Freedom "The Arabian" and this Dec. 31. artifacts are on loan from
date, this huge population increasehas the fact that in ten we'll have Train stopped In Lake Butler' described as a grasshopper The 26 car showcase travels museums. historical societies
because of Its look and ltrvstyle a, comfortable 35-miles-per- and private collectors across
for almost an hour to
been confined mostly to the several thousand new workers and plan fill Monday with water.. of hop along motion. hour to safeguard the 550 the country. Each items will
southern and coastal areas of the state, for them. up The 424.0W ton train artifacts and documents that be returned to its proper readers
where the weather is best and recreational School children brought to decorated In red white and cover the entire two hundred owner at the end of the tour
educational and the train station to Me the blue with wheels that are six- year history of our country in
entertainment This is of how much write
just one example steam locomotive were able to feet high and weigh 22.332 the display cars. The Freedom Train endedits
offerings are superior. But these areas careful evaluation is needed if growth in tee the showcase cars that pounds each has visited ever The train is operated as a stop in Lake Butler ilh a
have just about reached the saturation the county is to be beneficial Bradford included an 1849 fire engine, a state In. the Union except non-profit corporation funded couple of long pulls on the lJfiPI r
point-the traffic congestion, crime and County is doing much to fill this need. It 1904 Oldsmobile one of the Alaska and Hawaii with by Pepsi-Cola Company. whistle and puffs of smoke the
overcrowding that so many people left is one of the first north Florida counties five backup lunar rovers, a Florida as it* last stop. The General Motors Prudential train pulled away' for a two
model and the grasshopper: train will finish the 22-month., Insurance Co., and Kraft day visit in Gainesville.
the north to escape are rapidly ruiningthe 'develop a comprehensive land use t'hrrrleadrr ThankF'allhtultilnlFan

quality of life in south Florida. plan, which is a plan outlining'the best j

(most desirable) use of the land. The Hardsurfaced Road Planned Here In 1911Bradford Bradford Countyis lor-
Implications for northern Florida plan has allowed for orderly growth : tunate to hale a loyal fan and
are of course, obvious. Much of the extending residential property around unselfish citizen. and Brad
state's growth over the next few each of the county's four municipalities:: What may have been the Alachua County appeared County obligate to wails where the class of brick ford High School IH! even.
decades will be concentrated in this and for mobile home and forerunner of U.S. Highway before the board and Informed build Its own proportion of a condemned have been placed: luckier to hue> such a faithful
allowing commercial Ml broke Into the news when them that AUchua Countywas bridge at said point which is these lo be removed: all fan. This terra person is!
region of the state, as the influx of new expansion.The county has taken Bradford County Commission providing for a public near the line of public: road laying of brick to be of a better George Pierce.
residents into the state continues, and advantage of the only method available minutes of June 6. 1911 reported road from Waldo to the Santa. .n wllng. from Hampton to class workmanship: all _Upon finding out the ltll
disgusted south Floridians move north.In constitutionally to control growth: controlling that: "In response to a Fe River upon' the proaooa Fort Harley. The woodwork done up lo dale cheerleading l fund did,. h.m
the density of the land through committee from the New York line of the National Highway, recommendation was accepted. enough money' lor the ihtirleaders I
Herald-Atlantic Journal. "leading from Gainesville via unanimously approved Sept. 5. 1410! ) Ordered thai to stay overnight in I
Bradford County alone, population zoning. Other Florida counties that National Highway the Waldo Hampton Starke.' This was the route later the walls of the new county Tarpon .Spring. :Mr fierce
growth is expected to be in the should have begun steps (b this direction following resolution was Lawtey to Jacksonville, and accepted as a state primary jail be stuccoed instead of; paid for the room rather than
neighborhood of 30 percent over the years ago failed to do so;' Bradford is adopted and signed by asked the cooperation of road and known for many painted The following have the cheerleader. dose
next ten Based on a present practicing sound planning by anticipating members of tile board: Bradford County. Upon years of Road 13. In later resolution was adopted: all the way hick. that night
years. "Where, the Mew' motion Commissioners. Peek year. traffic Increased until it "Resolved that "e. the Hoard The \arsit> cbs'rlt'adersand l
county population of 17,000, that is the need for such zoning and .
York Herald-Atlanta Journal and H.C. Clemens were was taken into the federal of County Commissioner, sponsors .11'eer>
hitter than 5.000 people. This means implementing it now. Highway ha been establishedfrom I appointed a committee. to system and became U.S.) lake this method of expressing [grateful this in.in He liuUIfu !+.
several thousand families, whose New York to Jackson', meet with Commissioner Kite"and Highway 301. which now has- our appreciation lUnd .thanks upevkal warmth unit respect.
workers and schoolchildren must be Division/ ville. and whereas It Is examine' tile crossing of an average daily traffic count for Mr Carlyle Peeks careful "'$n our hearts
The of State Planning is re- proposed to extend said highway Santa Fe River on said public of around 16,000 vehicles. und efficient construction of,
planned for and accomodated. It means quiring the land use plan as part of a from Jacksonville via road and report Tuesday.July Construction of a "new the county' jail. -Shan Edwards
planning for housing medical care, comprehensive plan including housing, Baldwin to Tampa, and :II. Hit the most suitable county jail" on the old Aug 7. Mil! The Clerk BHS Cheerleader
recreational facilities and transportation. transportation, utilities, water, sewer whereas the construction of crossing for said road. courthouse grounds was was instructed lo correspond
It also means we need to do some such highway through Bradford July I, I.J1 minute started in 1910. the vMth the party. wishing, In
and other areas, to be adopted by 1979. County would bring It reported: C.L. Peek and H.C. following mention unty purchase the old Mil and Chuck Smith
serious thinking about how to keepfuture Once adopted, the plan will be difficultto prominently before the public, Clemens committee commissioner's m..uiies:! of propel Is' in the City of :M.n'keHI RL 1, Box 8-B
development from destroying our change; this is why local officials are as well as giving our people a appointed to meet with that period. ( i. 1911 TheTre.iuiervas Starke, Florida 32091
lifestyle and instead allow for anxious to have citizen input on the plan splendid roadway for travel; commissioners from Alachua. June 6.1910The work on authorized to Imrruw
harmonious growth. be It therefore resolved that County to locate proposed the county jail having been 51.311' from Fine, & .KorleiluieKundund Dear Santa,
still in the
now while it's preparationstage. we. a* a Board 01 County bridge over Sante Fe River suspended for the reason of add it lo the InuklniKI I am a boy,six years old andI
According to the newest The plan is available for Commissioners, will, a* between Hampton and Fort some! of the material for I und lor p.iv menl of notes due have been real good since
comprehensive land use plan, updating examination by any interested citizen in rapidly a* our finance Harley as route for National erection of the jail has! beenconde'mned on county' ,{adIt'l.7.I9I2 last Christmas.I .
the zoning office. permit, hardsurface 'such Highway reported thai they,' by' Chairman ('"milll""III11t'I'P.'k would like. you to bring mea
the 1969 version and developed by the proposed line through Brad met Alachua. Commissioners- Peek. It was ordered! trial the iiiul \\ T \\ ....k... clerk b.b. gun, a set of drums, a
county with the University of Florida in with it. ford County." and thoroughly went over said newly shipped brick of Ihe of the h.liU'cI.t...... .iulhori/ed pizza maker, a snow cone
1973. employment deserves special The plan Is vital to all of us At the next meeting on July location: and recommended class already hauled upon the und inMruilcri in .11'range/ machine, a Jaws game and a
consideration. Economic activity, the we insure that our rural lifestyle will not I, 1912. the minute reportedthat that It be adopted a* the ground be accepted: thai all M-llU'mrnl\ Ilh the Pauly .l.nl three acmes game.
the disappear, that businesses! will be able to : "Commissioner Kne of crossing place, and that work up to this dale on the ('", on notes due said company Tt.ank you.
does not
report says support establish and flourish here, and that the walls be accepted except afew on Oil. i I'. Hit! : amounting/ to' Lev
community, as 30 percent of the local will be' places on the top of the $.UjII: M' Chuck Smith
inevitable growth to come ,
work force commutes to Jacksonvilleand
Gainesville to work. orderly and of benefit to the community. .MflrtfActfttsThe By P.S.please bring me a football

I PI': Slop Smoking Plan OfiYrt helmet and cleats too.
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I oa u QOan a U VW'A Taylor .II.- A Five Day Plan to Stop Sessions! w ill be at i:10:: p min __ _
I 1'korne sMra'r1officially -.- Smoking Is being offered by the Civil Defense Building
by VUlllamS.eleransServkeOfflcer. !lass 10 after release from .. the Starke Seventh "Day on. the Bradford County overheard during intleel
record 2.8215U years Adventist Church beginning Fairgrounds! l break "'1wrc' must I In
' persons \ active duty. For Farm Cooperative next regular meeting of weighed and entered :
( under the GI Bill Apprentice or on-the.;. the' Bradford unionCattleman's this Saturday morning.December Sunday! Dec. 5. Users of tob.icco. 'in any something to mniurn.mmiIt's )
fiscal year 1976. repre- vided 80.659 eligible sons and job training and Flight Association wiN 4. at t areeh''n1I': It's hard lo believe I could
sented a peak enrollment in daughters. 19.092 spouses, 'Training eligibility ceases 10 not be held Thursday. Hazen farm 9. miles west of get his"far behind in out-
Ihe to->ear Educational widows and widowers under years after date of last December 9, Instead, the Starke on SR 100. M.i now generally behaved that teals with their. humanlike .. lifetime, !
i Assistance Program. the dependents Educational separation from military meeting will be at 7:30: 'p.m., .A weigh. -in Committee 4 fact were the factual basis for stories about mermaids. Orbrn'a Current CfI"d\.
The trainees under all Program. A total of 29.014 service after January 31, ls3S Tuesday. December M at the headed T b y Sheriff Dolph
. Veterans Administration disabled veterans received Center In Lake Reddish will handle the chores
or August 30. 1177 whichever Community r - r lr -
9 Kducalion.il Programs in rehabilitation training. IS later. Butler.This was the first night of weighing, tattooing and WI f
} fiscal year 1976. totalled Veterans have eligibility& the building U available Tor recorded Saturday i
2.950.279 Training was pro- for Educational Training for the meeting.

I. ., I ., :1p,, -tali This Is the annual meeting wlU be the starling weights for I NOW I II
of the association and the weight gain contest
cattleman's wives are the where prise are awarded for
a .aL..l4 special guests.! A choice steak the steer that gain the moat
(what else) will be preparedand during the 120 day feeding I
served by a select pertad. APPEARING I
committee of Union County I' All this I I. to say that the I I
cattlemen. There will be Bradford Union Cattlemen
entertainment during the are active and have programsand
evening by a local group of activities that benefit I
musicians. many people. Membership is I Earl
There.will also be a short open lo aft Bradford UnionCattlemen
program.' Mr. Gilbert Tucker and anyone else
Liquid Chicken of the Florida interested In the beef cattle I
-.. Cattleman's Association will Industry. Present membership = Gregory I
give a brief report of the state ) Is 113 and Is growing, I
FertilizerDelivered "1C* rcfmbteg lo ate so an. association' activities and ....dil'"er, ,ear. For more I
one who tuft. .... afreetwslitag Jim Mummey. executive vice Information about the & His MusicHOMESTERD
fort a govenmieel bd.ow. ,president of FCA. will Install association or its director .. I ':' I
& Spread For You ." the new officers for 1977. call any officer or or _
Incidentally 'new your Courtly A enl's office InS..rke.
----- officers for the Bradford I .
s10o 468-1985 Union Cattlemen next year I
Wife reading newspaper,
are Tommy Hamilton, -
Per Ton to .husband: "How long has president: Morris Brown. Jr., Imo I ..-: SR-21 KtystontHts. ,L,.
6 Tons To The Truck II been since we never had It wee president, and flay I have finalized plans for : I
so good? Norman secretary another series of training for .
W.A. Prevatt Hampton Fla. u Merle' Brlchman.King treasurer. State Directors are farmer who use restricted I 1'- Dinner"Dancing"Cocktails
feature Fred Mueller and Ray pesticides. The first meetingwill I
Crawford Local director be at 7 pnv. Monday. Overlooking Lake Brooklyn
Include Bob Psurson J.T. December*, at the Vocational 17
Co Parrish. Charles Baldree. Agriculture classroom. in the I
pRIQ4 ">t Robert Worrell. Russell) liuiMIng:; at Bradford. High ENTERTAINMENT
4 mili i William, and John Woodtey. SAiool. The training win I
p One of the biggest activities consist of three. 3 hour ] '' Monday Thursday 7 P.M. 10 P.M. I
; of the 'local association to sessions and will qualify those
t sponsoring the annual 4 H who complete. the training to' .1 Friday 8 Saturday 7 P.M. Midnight
and FFA Steer Show and Sale. buy and use restricted' I I'
.C) eve BOB 0. FERGUSON Publishers- JOHN M. MILLER. This event Is held In .pesticide on their I'' Open 11 A.M. Daily
.r/OM r conjunction with the Br..dCounly agricultural crop
intend as -co'J oar MIn<< at the Post Office M =----1, %. und. Fair In late March. Of Again call your County ,
Pubk.. *!.*! each Thur av and course, a lot of time and effort Agents office la Starke. at 9W '- Make Plans Now For Your NEW YEARS EVE PARTY .
Actof: March 3. 1879. : : the. Is Involved through out thevcar. 044., If you have questions or 16'
Subscnohonrail OUIMM tray Inlradarw$7N.sad$4Psm: $, *. For example, the steer are interested In attendingthese Bttt The, flusft ? a.Melle R ttrvition Now 473.3093 J
SUfM Fla. for next year's show will tier meetings.. rant r.9 rtl1. sotto rr/ rrr /
Phone 964-6306 ,,. ,

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Teleg1'8ph. In that event 50 FOR RENTLOVELY fOR SAl.E fOR SUE
cents estra charge for MISCELLANEOUS Floriland Realty ITTiTo

billing. Not responsible for CD Houae and 10 acre.. % ?
errors when given over the A\ON Au.JNG: To buy or eeYAvon. SPINET ORGAN Delu1le GARDEN TRACTOR - -
phone or when copy Is not .. (4011 755-21107) or write for Middle HOME Wurlltaer with percussion S.... 16 h.p. twin cylinder, j "! \.:
typed and brought to the l ono t1yatt,, P.O Box 23) take 125/mooth.age Inquire .t only Jo- escollent coadltloa walnut with mower turnplow. and f11!'

omct' ('ky. 'midL dc. Lu Motel and Trailer Park finish, 800. Phone .175.2411. sweeps.. 9011. Phone !lfi4. c1r

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oa 301 South TF/ehg _. _
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WAII'HES NAME from BRAN 11.95 HAVE A SARAH CUV .. :' 0trU.iIlt '
AUTOMOBILES USED .t lI.hm..r'a I..ollnt. tlchg FOR RENT: 12 It. wide YARD SALE Joined ENTRY show ao... Buy 2.t 2

mobile home outside city Army Must ae8 living regular price get< 2 at ball 1 0'A
------ -- -- --- Umlt.. 9641114<< or 4734777. room furniture, Z dinette prl.,.. Tea buying <
ClIEVY MALIBU' 1967.. N EEO It tII! E &I.h<< eels. wide variety household I booking .50 worth e' < ;. .,
good .condition 1400 ...h. 1lI'ROEMEN"S OR and It.m. -
personal free J..lry. Call Merl.aM.Rae. )$oo
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Phone !Sheila! .Forsyth 964- REP: .tIRS DO\F:7 For KITCHENETTES All December 4. IU to 5 p.m.. 96406137, after 5 :

5239.---ItDd--12/2_. -- -- -- fireplaeee. remodeled utililiea included; totallyfurnished 427 North Cherry Street pm. 121U Bradford Street. .

STEP-VAN: 18 ,itchena. bath.. additions enclosed. ; weekly or month'ly Stark.-Itpd 12/2. ____ 12/2. 3lchLI2n6! !....____ Cecella Terwillegar
WORK garages. or rate-. Temple Motel 880)
loot Chevy with metal. rarpurts call Marcus Griltis, North Temple. Starke SEVERAL ITEMS tOR SALE: Mobile Home" Par1a Real facts On REAL ESTATE

shelving. CB radio new 292 47:12OPl.: .!tl./chg" ____ Phone 964.7357. 11/25 4tpd Washing Machine. Z bed' and IIOpplleoo. OUIi'S: MONDE
('h.vy engine. 4 speed new 12116 room suits. hunting tent HOME SAI.ES; Hwy. IOU W.Starke .
12 11 16.5 tlr.... 5 11 9 factory floor I.mp. 964-5tJIHI. trchg<. Would' you buy an automobile from a lawn and
van trailer with new Ure.. \l.'O8O1ICS1NINt'MIUS -- --- -- -- --- Estates Conerly ) garden center? That would be about as prachcal as
phone 964.8790. --
....tory masonry speed : P\RlI\U."' n R1ISHEU"' ltchg 12/2 ,\LIIJIINUMINIOWS trying to carry out a real estate transaction without
11.slul for peoplewho .__._
I..d. All In escellenl eon' living! house. 1ochildren. ----- professional asslslance.
2 lI.dr..om Single' hung and ...nln".. 36
dition Phone 68.1169. Itpd want tD help ('10' town II Purchasing or selling a home Is usually one of the
to 11 8.50): 311( a 27
Ih..m..lv.1e..tlolII.: !l6'.7521' LAND: FOR SALE From 11.50 ) biggest deals made by the average American
125/mo. Phone ): 18 11 52 $15.501 46
UI2H I'hur.d.v/"und. ..tI pm. 10 to .10 acr.. Donald ; durlllg his or her liletime. Only with the assistance
.ASSSlP E "; 52 _
tlnchgFl'RNISHED" S '27.110 :MANE:
96".57U: !III.M.I4.17J4' "rich Phone 496.2232. 122TFchg :
load'ed Thane OTIU.II SIZES. : '" of a real estate firm can you be certain that you are
1976. fully \lWAIN
Brougham. lake over p.ym..nt.. .'!'!... _11/4. !9lpl! I2/31)) APART'MENT .: : _________ ('EN: I'ER: 301 South Ifn.hK receivlllg true value.A .
; i
real estate agent has fie practical knowledge
Phone 73.26"3 after 5 3 large rooms.prlv.te .
p.m. WR: REPAIRS Push YARD SALE Saturday and experience gallled from day.lo.d.1Y sales of all

I ___-- _____ mow era. riding mower.. and entrance furnished. gas light. 10.5 p.m. (China crystal : categories of properties residential and
..dlll.... special this week and water Inquire mi..U.o.ou. 10 11 2U PAll() 0R If
603 East: SR 225 nest commercial. you are thinking about buying or
.hloKtoo .
1975 DODGE C'H.\RGtR .t Installed 'IlU!
tune-ups as low u $9.95.Free to C.rt.r' TV 4 miles west : Uninstalled selling telephone today
"hlte with vinyl Avenue. 12/2 TF/chg 1511.. Gator
top and Mobile Hume
maroon bucket ...t.. dehverie. ..pickup Phone 96' 7811. of_ Lawtey. _.!ltchg! .12/2. __ "Service' 51HI2 :'Ii." I3lh St.. : -- -
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console. AT PS PO.II.I ,Ili. tin/rhg ('OR'R: STORE Building. .t Five Star Mobile 110m.. NEEDED: House In good repair under 525.000.
.\:\ .t..o. 14.300. 167 W est (.11 across from SPEED: EQl'IPMENT 3729767. (,.In...Ule. tfnchgSSiroulllealt
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Phone 96.HI3.UI or 967435 Ko.h'. Drugs: ,ALSO 2 bedroom for high performance engins.
.. ('o.t plus IU -- --, ) UNUSUAL AND HIGHLY DESIRABLE com
slier 6 11118 TFChgMOTORCYCLES percent
house unfurnished 559
.. .p.m.. .
: WANTED \Sest (.U. Phone 964-6411.! 1I11n' Mob). Home. phone mercial properly consisting of a store and lour lots
'111'-5606. SR 16 west .t ) near Kingsley lake.
I 12/2 !.t /1t -, __ Morgan Ro.d. 11/25 4thenn6 '
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WANTED, Farm & \ In,
Owner financed J BR I B comfortable home on
LEASE: 1/1177 -
construction mach equip ve' FOR -- -- --- : )
hide let u. .u your I'nlurnl.h"d b"tilul BR.I Dream house for .Ie. Cherry Street...You can walk everywhere from this

.I II 1\.1 U.' r\RI\.t: surplus' for you open 112 bath home AC large MOTOR IIOIIIE 1972 Superbly' maintained 4 : locallon.
\ our .uthorlud Suzuki Monday thru Saturday 8,30, ) front and back porches. fireplace Open Road Chevy ehasi, room house completely !; ( - -
6. %orth..t Florida 1o pelf; bahiee or IIIrnbh.d.Oo about I ) A large beautiful home on Iwo lots on Lake Paradise
d..I..r. Phone !lli4-11020. 16411S. to n feet long. good .condition .re. 3
Aurlioo. ('S'' .I7orth ok.y. 1/2 block Has other in Keystone Heights...You have to see thus 'to
: teenagers
W .Inllt 1:101: South In Equipment l2.00tl mil.... Phone 96441071or buildings< oa
Slarkel tfnrhgMISCELLANEOUS. Green. ('eve Springs. from 8H" (" carpels. 964.7839. TFchgF11R property 27,500.. !o appreciate if.
2545977. tfchgWANI'ED drapes ''a..lud.d. - - -
-- -- --- ----- Green Acres A love J Br. 2 B with CH&A and
-- '250/mooth. 11110 .urlty. quality mobile. home 00 3 : : .
:- ---:--Used!-- -refrigeralur. PHone. !9(14.6279.'!! :. !..te.d.!12/2 SUE:: lImund needlesfur 112 acre. Owner wants tosell all the goodes".Separate garage. paved driveway
nice patio great neighborhood.
stereo over 217 dlII"rPnt '..1.
.. washer..and stove. la any
APARTMENT: Lovely ones.. w. have thins aU. Dalenrers .- '
good condition. Call Oah
FOR s.u.logollylo": Discount 964.7923. tin furnished one bedroom INsmuil.W STROUT REALTY :"' : GracIous Demorest ho--o; 1.75 acres adJacenl toStarke

glasses 01 .u .1.. with mere___ _._____ _h. IIp.rtm..nt. PHone 96'.11071.' ) -- --- - Broker Plaza. I
h.ndl.. At The Office Shop I Itpd 122MOBILE __ 00 100 South I 114 Mile -- -
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\Atll'M." brand id and 100 South Bessent Road attractive J BR 2 B home with I
: Many
"SARAH' CO\ ENTRY PERSONAL SERVICE : 11051E: 3 bedrooms CH&A LR DR. large den and even an
JEWELRY Special die' ------ spacious ground In new v..owns. Used awdlineaavailable. offtce..e.cellenl location
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to Expert: Repairs. asnwkea
counts 00 Christmas order. I..t.y; no objection '
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taken Contact Bert \11111"..: IIO\U: 51O small .hlld. Deposit required farts and amesswiea. for Vita FormVlfualnEnzytnoManors 'i
now or .Il"'G: Also Home 8 business in the heal of Starke on 301 -
all ...... Builtin
Harold 'ol.ton. Phone 904- "" ,"'I" home hurricane. anchoring 00 p..h. Phone 782. '" .s. ..... Brick CH&A..A. chalice 01 a life hme.... Really
7927 0' 96".70'14. 11IS31pd and mobile. hone roof coalmg. 3279._ It.'g_ .! 12/2_ 'IiMlurn, 10th cleaning.\.... (..inolAiDe.NY- 37& thlllk about thus one and act quickly. I
1212 (Sins MOBILE Ilane, Sec.sin. F R All CARNE
!IIi-I-564lt1. "I. IkL 16J.t. \\ a. 71111. tfchg.TOR Just what you've be-nl'kii"or; ; -- Brick 3 BR jl
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233. !ootarlt. Fla. d.ht \ - --- -- Ant R.p. 964.6911 2'2' Bath CH-A family, room LR OR fully" ,
nice l'nluolsh.d. "
FREE: PUPPIES need good - - .ry SALE:, Farm & equipped kitchen with. dllllllg area laundry room ,, I
home 6 .e.k. and 8 Good r..ld.atl.1n.iKhbo.hood. construction m..h..qulp'v., 11 2513102 17 L9 office 2 car garage, and swimming pool.
weeks old: part sh.pherd 11110SIA1: All home 3 block from hitle. .. Open Monday thru I II I

and .ollie. PHone 9647684. repairs. interior and high .huol. Contact .t 119 Saturday. 8,30, to 6. (00' Get your money's worth I 4 BR 2 baths fully Ii

Itpd 12/2___ __ ____. esterior. Remodeling. house. :1. Walnut. M.rk. 11/18 .IKnm.nl. ", .S u washing .nd p.inliolll. TF/'hq _- ______ ___ Florida Equipment: 1"I1I'U'lt: 1 coy. limits nn one acre 'I
SARAH (0\'ENTRJEW.. 'Special. .t./t.rm. lor Auction l'.I7.'' North Slit\l': \'. IM'. I

.:I.R\' "Sales' oppotunlty. senior eltI..a. Free I.'$een ('ove Springs, 25I5977. .. Convenienl COliC rete block home wIth J BR. 2 baths '
('.11 Erma Johns. 90154X3 or estimate Phone 9018961 tfchgI Registered): It ealf I LR. DR Florida room central heat (dueled for I

Annetta Beazile. 372-4..4. after 5 p.m. for immediate f 1.:.t.lt'lh..kt'I' air). double carport utility, room a"d even a brick ,

12/2 TFchgttI __ __ .tt.nUo II/IS. IU9II PI" .01'\1): I month B B grill, all on Iwo beautiful I lots. Don I muss this'

ago. male. chestnut with 11..1 Sat'kelIItrukeI' IlItI !

I11'I" 1 .. hls. ,,,.01. ai. \11"I rn'G 1S ill do light mane. ''uU ,,'owo. !Road I ... Are you a "do It vourselfer'" The Floyd Gleell I

"Ion 'l"hdr Ilum. v 10 ,'nl. babysitting In my home. 2:1:1: : bv Primitive Baptist home al 601 Call 8. Orange could be' restored and be '
J.h II. ." ,Ini, dark' ('rosbs lake. phone 9)14. ('hone- !I01521)5.- !' I Itchg. 122IH)1 ... : a show place I'
., ,,,, 51;;!. 122Ill. ..,.
I I' .n I I hll 1t.hlllJ ._ I t, kIEIFIACL'or./ .,". "
.III'Sl II In lakeButler (l'h""I' *1111-17:1; :;: ('&crLu, T '/erwrllt'gn/ I R. ri',"' ;

JIJ.'S .. \" 11111' ( 111R I Cleaniolll and Management area I
: 'ompietesharpening Mod"oll
uon Avp"up, !
5115 "urkp
hunting dog collar : Florida
service. circular. repair work Phone !9648sil no ., ..... If"dl in-j I
Phone Joe or larl Wilson. .. ,
after 5 11/18 N'' "
)hand. tubod". clrin pm.
mower 4'.hlC I 12/9 !9648691.! IP! !'. 12/2 I
hilide hollow ground and .. I I i .J
boWo.n..J leave lit Jark..unluldmg : m PHONE 964.7776 I..

Sigiply. Starke tic. J\Py. \\11.1. II8\ "If for any age FOR SALE FORMICA4x8 i HOME PHONE 964.5145

None Heigkt.. tfchg.SOF rhld.. in m. home. !91.itik21. $600
tfchgIIOll Sheets Ii
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- LI'IIRISHt: 1S TREES' 500 Sheets A.all'lblo I rI !
t A H-SIR: on Red ('..d.r.1 S 301 SOllth. 38Il.I.R. IIt 1.11. Family I' -
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vale .t Ihmer') Iisrounl.trhg REPAIRS: ..1nytspe J\. Stern Phone 96.-56... Room Iireplace on 20) OLIN I

/ remodeling roofs. new 1212 3tpd 12/16 acres with barn rllh.m I I L. K. Edwards III & Assot.6NOW
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additions" concrete work or urea terms.Ilamptun MOBILE I .

p..tinlC., Free ..timlltea. R.'G: 36" SO'K" elee- SERVING YOU IN TIlE
1.1S FoR Stl t-: 22'.. 25'. ph-m. !lIII,6127. 11/18 trio $110 Phone 782.3"6. lake. beautiful I I
A 3"'s sold .t II.hmor'. II ,1( hlC shaded lot ready for a I COUNTy AREA -H J
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III..ount. tf.horRu.inor _. ltchg_ __ __ _, house.SR ('adilecIRdimuhileSaks RR.\"L''I'U'. I Starke Office- I

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household It..m.. toys.mine "I 1It. I: 118 I S. (Court 11I11. S. Large mobile / .
9.5 :Miscellaneour (1fU.edOtn
p.m. : I
\1.0 accepting items on Stark.Phone !l6" 7612. home .t. Well and septic I Ik.
on.ilCnm.nt. V..t. Sraleshri.tune clothing Im..n'. I.nk. 1.0> Mi'h,7so, / Off[ n .175 l.tQ!
11 I'1 lI.hl.I 9 ladies'. ehildren'al baby (FdWnr71wka84II / ,
1I..llCht. "I'hone7.t - ., ', 0111' ,.
stroller sterilizer travel S.". t.I 37)5.301tf ) : I Iupt 41.t.H\ J I
117. 7 h..h" '2/2 ii nice mobile home
.. after hedete,318 forth: 'hI.U.o with cry additions.. 1.8 acres G.\I'.:"\U.U: I 6 1111 lI..u.. on I lI.r. Ilwner finanred '1.lInn 1111 downfall I
( It.hK
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HOMES FOR SALE 1212RF.blSIlHEo shaded lot ;JUI) S. Ownerfinancing ( won I
till) \I.t: ('..h register. - I I II ( 1111' 1711'' I"t with well. f.uid. '", '.lllIn. just IIUt "I Iiwnl'ommerrial !

paper. m..t sizes In stork IIU\lt: & O."I.t: IIr two : : 1F:1\ES-: : (t'onnprly Estates: "It 16. 2

('all in to see iI wp have sour .p.rtm.ot.: II room. 3 SEE: : .\1.1.It 9 years mi from town beautiful I property with p'illllltPh .lInn I reI 'Ihur. I

.ire .r come In and lust bath. ww carpet. large let. old 1S.2 hands excellent brick h..m. ::1I1It. :m. .It P space In downtown Starke.. Ierm.I .1I.odI
clove to .hoo''. church confirmation negative I.g. family room and NOTICE .
browse at rb" Office "h"p. bank. puNt olflc:.. .2ti. o.th l'oggins, spirited esperienced k't.h..n.' ....nt..lllir h h..t. I 1111. lunl.hpd I..u. fir ,..nt. Gondoration.' / .
- - Walnut. phone. !l1I4-5310.! rider only. 300. 'Paved drive.ess -

11125 3tpd29 Phone 91i 1.5771 anytime.ltchg I all sir none sec u. t..I. ,, ;it. s siu' are .o.h to hoar sir. sell

_122SIIEII.AU Mk home In town. Go.1' Subsrdledh I I"u..nll..kk'n
Portable (II. I II. t11\ t. '.nv'U' fns Payments 1siwuu 1\lIhlllll\'tli I

S Itull\1 .R11111"' : .: PI'" 150 large 1I0'aor". quiet area inns $67 I I Irene laulkner' \.1111. 26iN.Naurvt: ', ,' '

Utility Sheds I ....t..d.t 326 :N. l herry. or best. oll.r. Phone 964. urner 1..1. l .. c'',". I I'au11uuikner_ 1s.ucwte; SlarkeIs:12n'.1: I
Iwo dty lots in l'>Starke 7779. "tpd.IP2 .
8x16 '750 313,59,1'all J .:. rambn.oo.t .1 stun frame house In I
!401 I 711') )0.) 11/1" 3t.hlllIU Inw n. one nl the older sinesiith 4211"
2 51111 BIKES: from
8x16 Finished, Inside '810 1.Io'nl\ .I living .'..a. 462 ( ( AUTO REPAIRS
P.on.y' each TF I
---- 3115160!
lOx 12 '77500 Finished, originally 1155. Minor PAINTING WINDSHIELD::; lEAK; .
Inside .
I I II'I 'II I I I s.ium'. several commercial' on 500"
repair.. Phone. 473.3318.Itpd : I DISCOUNT ON NEW WINDSHIELDS
810 FinIshed '595OliN'S u 1 uii. I. I. d I II All
..... 122SWF.F.T : Work Guaranteed
I .1. I "" - J&R ,
MOBILE HOME .I I ...i? ,ea ,. J' .,,0rims Lake Itutler :31114. brick &. 1.I BOBBY'S BODY SHOP
""I !' + I II I.I I. "' : : PUr\TOE'' a 3BR lIIo.k. AUTO I t tI I
Hwy 00 Suess 'A4 i60f\ I I LaMou11.F, sJ/bu.h.Io: your container: -- SALVAGE I Laura Church Road Phone 964 7883 .Ind
S51b..h.1. graded without '1 1111-: I bath; block I I

your container "II 16 Smde. : 111111E: with 2.07 .. west 01 3111. Alton Room In t."n. Luealyd 1111 lid. 1/1:/

Update Your II"".: 65' home hu front I.R Boles. phone 96H1912. 12,24tehg !9 acres pasture; land bet ts'en IC.lifllII tutu Introducing

addition and bedroom _12121_ __ reasonably priced just off Lake Roller
Image. : addition with I 1/2 .Ih. Small "II I6. '.\\ 01 town.ery '0\\ OI'E': OLIN'S' SUBDIVISION

equity and assume payment's GK.E I : "SALE.' : Friday' - I 1011 III :SIESSSlethaaical

Phone 9615097. 1 Itpd Saturday !I30; ) .m. 00 nice large' frame nark. Bradford!

1212I061LF I pstairs over I..rry' house on corner lot In town l "eduutnpalt'sItu1 Olon's SubdIVISion Acre Lots, 3000 Per month

hewer.. .. ltchg. 1221977TRtEl. /._ 381t.2 b.th.11& t large Ullla & W t'ltlilll1111' Water And Sewage Furnished For Information, Septic Tank
\ : 11OME 1972 lII.ralC"
v junk ea rS
flamingo. 12 11 60. Z fIR I : I'RIUR: - Call Mark Olin. Ollns Mobile Homes Sales

1/2 Bath carpet. awning. 28 feet Al'. twin ...d.. lull 15.2U acre tracts high land Open Service
Hwy 16 W S Morgan Rd No Pets Please
skirting AC.61)0 down bath escetlent .condition, .n paved road ....h.m Monday, F"Uv

asaume p.ym.nl. must ....lIi... See .t Jo I.u area. terms. Sa 'I", .. m fpm Noon 964.5606
f 19/month or 5.011.. lamplighter Motel. I S J.II-, !Itpd.t .122G - -
I"vd SundayMOBILE
(.Gainesville 5113111 t: large. frame house 3UII 00 Only Lie. & Bonded Mover Living ''n Special For December

Give Yourself U tvenue. or phone !l61. \RGF. SAtE .- house'hold corner lot In city veryreasonable Bradford Co.
8119. 12/2 priced close to
A I.I' __ item. .Ioth. (baby
Newer Look
and .dultl....t.. SII U9 I mole .ru. HOME Pump Out
A contemporary '"IKII.E HOME: :\othlog off "R 225. Baylesa Highway. ,, - -
1-3.6 acre hom..lt. I $3000
'letterhead can IIOI.115/month down take. up 00 payments 12 11 65 _' ltche!! ...122YARI miles :N.W. of '-t..k.. PARK FILL DIRT Service

make all sorts of Shelby' 2 BR. Phone 964. - IiwYle
) S\LE Friday and City
Irame house In town. 2
difference to a 6274 nllllht.. 961-7360 days.ltchg Saturday Dishes. toy.. bedroom. I.R. Kit.. FR. Walk 10 H"tI/rt'Jywsehlhuwhevw Soil Offer
I 12/2 Top Good
___ .Ioth.. etc,1 mil. north ofStarke. 1 ery reasonable. / For Bradford County Only
look for .I/lDS Itpd - ill lirf
1.0':1.WBIU: : HON'': 12/2_ :I BR I bath block. 1.10 Per Month
L LttL.L'LLL; t ; 1971 (onurd IZ': a 60 2 .- construction corner lot In AU ('It I''ConvwdenceaIhe Call Owner Earl Boone

BK large LR ('H I \. carpet "EER \L IU\IS:: 10II town .Police, Protection. Call 468.1873

LI..iLIl'lI..it; ; ; partly lurnished no- I'. "i..oo.1II motor R.. city Gasatp.arf !Sewer

frost refrigerator washer .I.t..d qll.rt..rharM' topper OFuiui: : R1I8t.Rh JR.R.II. .
135 W. Call StSttrko Jo.Lu Motel
.0nn.rUon.. Phone 961. for long wheelbue Red Estate: Broker STEPHEN SMITH 964-8121
FI" 5117 or 911. 7913 alter 5 p.m. truck. Phone 96..8993.. Itpd Phone !(4617S241I11'l

,. 1'l12 IF/dig... l2rl Saturday. \.\1 964.8810re STAR ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA ''c land'
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News by Elizabeth Givens Walker HAMPTON AREA NEWSby

NEWS Dolores Meng home following several weeks Gene Grilfis of Starke. giving holidays with their par-

SCHOOL Adult basic classes tunity is yours. For further in- All members are asked to be Prayer meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Phone 468-1913 hospitalization and surgery at all enjoyed the delicious foot ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver
are formation, call the Vo-Tech present. Thursday, Bible Study, Sun- Gainesville's Veterans some of the more active of the and Mrs. Gehron's sister,
School being taught at RJE High \IKi I-6150.AMKIUCAN; day school, 10 a.m. Worship The Hampton Senior Hospital. He arrived just in group played football and Mrs. Wallace Collins Their
Monday and Wed- CHURCH NEWSPL"ASANT services, 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Citizens Club has its regular time to have Thanksgiving horseshoes. Others talked day was more complete when
nesday nights. All adults LEGION 311 Communion Service. The meeting scheduled for Friday, dinner with his family. over old times and enjoyed the Jimmy the Gehrons son whois
desiring to continue their : GROVE ladies are sponsoring a Dec. 3, at 7 p.m. in the City Jose Moreira is receiving picture albums of their a student of Florida State
education are invited to Tin-re will be a special Young Adult Choir rehearsals: Rummage Sale Saturday in Hall. good care at home after being families, friends and school University In Tallahassee
attend, either for
self- nU'f'tinSunday/ in Another advantage of be- hospitalized at Alachua mates. joined them.
first and second !Monday, 7:30: front of Sam's Grocery Store
improvement, better jobs, the Educational Building of p.m. ; Tuesday, Young Junior beginning at 9 a.m. coming a Senior Citizen is a General in Gainesville. Jody Wadsworth went to Mr. and Mrs. Hobble
reading or writing. The oppor New Bethel Baptist Church. Choir at 7:30: ; Wednesday, MT. MORIAH: Tuesday discount at Susie Lott's of Mrs. Katie Saxon has also Alachua General for tests and Barksdale spent the Thanks-
to those who have returned home from Bradford week with his mother
prayer meeting, 6:30: p.m. X-rays on Nov. 24, and is giving
Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m.; reached age 65. She will be County Hospital.Mrs. hoping for good news when Mrs. Virgie Barksdale. They
Sunday school, 9:30: open Monday through Sat Frank Williams has results come back. all enjoyed dinner at the
Communion Service at 11 a.m. urday throughout the holiday been visiting her brother One Mr. and Mrs. AI Houser( and James W. Horne lakeside
I FIRST BORN CHURCH OF season. Wiggins, frequently since his family of Flat Rock, home where Mrs. Barksdale's
THE LIVING GOD: Elder Congratulations to the major surgery at St. Vincent's Alabama, visited Mr. and sisters and families were
S.V. Cohens Tuesday, father of Mrs. Arthur Bruno, Hospital in Jacksonville. Mrs. Frank Williams and Mr. guests for the day.
Prayer Service, 7:45 p.m.; Jerry Brodsky and !Mary Russell Williams is a and Mrs. Bill Maxwell over Mrs. Anna Clayton is conducting -
Friday Tarrying Service, 7:45: Kirkland who were marriedon medical patient in Room 109 the weekend.Mr. the drive for the
pm.; Sunday school, 10:20: Nov. 27: Among wedding at Bradford County Hospital.Ed and Mrs. Henry Arthritis Foundation in this
r Home Mission, 11 a.m., guests were his daughter Bar- Westlund still occupies Weiderman from vicinity during the (coming
Have SomeoneOn YPCW, 6 p.m. and-or exchange bara Dixon and Mrs. Rebba Room 450 at Alachua General Pennsylvania have arrived in week.
Do You service with Gaines- Robbins, mother of the bride. Hospital and will be under Hampton on an extended stay Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Mengof
ville church. Mr. and Mrs. Brodsky plan to going further surgery.Mr. and are living in the Wads- Jacksonville visited his
Gift List PIIILADELPIIIA MISS- make their home in Waldo. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins worth apartment.Mr. parents, !Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Holiday' IONARY BAPTIST: Rev. Pat Reed is to be enjoyed Thanksgiving dinnerat and Mrs. Eugene Meng on Friday and left their
Your W.G. Mayberry Pulpit Aid congratulated to being Cass the home of their daughterand Taylor left on Nov 29 to daughter, Angela to spend
Board will be in charge of moted to Private First son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. attend the funeral of Mrs. three days with her grand-
? Sunday services, starting with in the U.S. Army Tank Corps.He Emory Prevatt, Sr. Joining Taylor's brother, Clark parents, uncles aunts and
To Buy For Sunday school, 10 a.m., Worship has returned to Fort them for the day were their Corwin, who died at age 75 in cousins.
That Is\ Hard services at 11 a.m., and 3 Benning, Ga. after spending daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Waycross, Ga. Buz Perry and his friend
m. The public is invited. the Thanksgiving weekend Smith and family of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Marklee from Columbus Ohio came
GOD MIRACLE AND DE- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Norman treated their by private plane to Gainesville
JVERANCE OUTREACH: F.C. Reed. Richard and daughter of daughters, Mrs. Sherry and spent the weekendwith
l .llder( Singleton Sunday Charles Prevatt returned to Ocala. Guy Padgett and Mr. Norman and Mr. and Mrs. his aunt and u'1c1eIr.! .
school, 10 a.m.. Morning Worship New York via Eastern Airlines and Mrs. Emory Prevatt and Don Wise and their brother, and Mrs. Paul MenR and
Suggest 11 a.m.; Monday Prayer after spending the son, Emory III were also Carl Dennison to a nice family.
MayN e Thanksgiving holidays with guests that day. They enjoyedthe Thanksgiving dinner.
-- Band meeting, 7:30: p.m.; !Mr and !Mrs Wallace
Thursday Prayer Meeting, his mother. Mrs. Clifton Pre- traditional turkey besides Mr. and Mrs. Don Fort and Collins. Mr. and !Mrs Connie
--:- 7:30: p.m.?; Friday Bible Study, vatt, and sister, Mrs. wild turkey brought in by Joel !Mrs Marklee Norman en- Clark and family and :Mr and
\. 7:30: p.m.; Sunday, HYPU, Marcelline Campbell and and venison provided by joyed seeing the Star Hall of Mrs K.W, (Hodges were
5:30: p.m.NEW family. Emory, Jr. and Calvin On Fame Wax Museum in among those who helped cheer!
BETHEL AND E- Royce Joyner is happy? to be Nov. 26 Mrs. Adkins' brother Orlando on Nov. 27. the Bradford Tornadoes! 'In
A Trip To The BENEZER BAPTIST and wife, Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dennis victory at Tarpon Springs mi
CHURCHES: Christmas pro- Priester from Fort Pierce, had his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Nov: 2K. Some of then;en.lay td!
gram rehearsal Monday at stopped by for a visit, bringing Sam Dennis from New Castle. their first taste of octopus at a
5:30: until Christmas. Wed- COMMUNITY NEWS along some fresh cane syrup Delaware, as guests over the restaurant I here utter I the
nesday Prayer Meeting and they had just obtained from Thanksgiving weekend. game!
Shop Bible Study. Sunday School 10 Jessup, Ga. Mrs. Gerald Brown and
Mr. and Mrs. William family and Eugene Meng
a.m.Ebenezer Prayer ( !'M-HOOL.MKNI) : : ; ; t '
Young Women Christian Schaub from Crescent City visited Mr. and Mrs. David
Meeting, Thursday 7:30 D.m.. Council) celebrates 5th I December>> (SloMOMMY
spent Thanksgiving with Mr. Gray and son in Jacksonvilleon
110 W Call St. 964-5764 Sunday School 10 a.m. Anniversary, 8 p.m.; Sunday and Mrs. Wilfrid Fontaine. Nov. 28.Mr : : >> : Vegetable beet
and Worship 4:30 services, 11 a.m., School 9:30: a.m., Morning Mr. and !Mrs. Jerry Wads- and Mrs. Bill Stone and soup. peanut butter !sandwich,
FREE: p.m.CANNON TRUE Worship, 11:30: a.m. with worth spent ThanksgivingDay family enjoyed the Thanks- tossed salad applesaucecookie

We Can Assist You In Choosing A Truly CHURCH: Elder SampsonWhite Minister Dewey Taylor) at the home of her giving weekend visit of ( milk.
YPWW 5 p.m., Bible Band, Tl''n.BN'f.: slew
Tuesday Prayer parents, Mr. and !Mrs. Joe Betty's parents Mr. and Mrs. :
5:30: p.m. with Mother Daisey Sullivan of Waldo. Joining the Ed Cobb from Belmont N.C mashed potatoes sweet peus
Unique Gift For Anyone On Your List. nesday Meeting Tarrying 7:30: p.m.Service; ,Wed-7:30: Jones in charge.GREATER. group were Margaret's Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall entertained Iruit cup biscuit, milk.
ALLEN brother, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby \\EI):MCSIVY; : Meat sauce
Bible on Thanksgiving' :
p m ; Friday Study, 5:30p :
m ; Sunday School !10 a.m., CIIAPEL: Rev. R.G. Heastie Sullivan of St. Augustine Mrs. !Mr. and Mrs. John Hall of Atlanta with spaghetti, green beans
Worship services, 11 a.m. and Tuesday, Prayer Meetingand Hazel Griffis and family, Mrs. Darrell Burkhart of garden salad french bread
Let Us Order 6pm. Class Meeting; Christmas Bill Weisner and son of !Miami and Mr. and Mrs. D.II pear half
rehearsal Wednesday; Fri- Tlll.ItSU.IIlIil(1 beans
GREATER; BETHLEHEM Gainesville and friends. Mr. Crawford and family of :
FREEWILL BAPTIST Rev. day, Lovefeast; Sunday and Mrs. E.W. Tillis of Starke Hampton. cole slaw raisin cup poach
For The : School, 10 a m., Communion !Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Griffis Mel- crisp, corn bread milk
Man In Your Life. A Desk For His Jasper Williams Monday, Mr and !Mrs. Clarence
Tiny Tots Choir Rehearsal, Services 11 a m. and 5:30: p.m. and family and Mr. and Mrs. ton and family had the "'It!).\'II': Hamburger on

DenOr A Fine Pen Pencil Set- 7:30 Meeting: p.m.; ;Wednesday Tuesday Prayer Senior REGULAR ELECTION following: Mr. and Thanksgivingguests !Mrs. Lonme' trench bun. lettuce.tries truil tomato hello I pickle milkLEGAL

Choir will sponsor a program; Melton, their grandmother.Mrs. .
Or Any Accessory For The Office Thursday Story Hour: Friday, LAWTEY. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Hose Parsons of
Triple Choir Anniversary, 8 Cincinnati. Ohio !Mr and Mrs.
The public is invited. Irvin McConaghy/ and family.
7 1976
Saturday, Senior Usher Board !Mr and Mrs. Raymond
Come Browse Through Our Catalog And Select From will sell dinners from the kit Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Glen BRADFORD COUNTY
chen. Saturday 6 annual Thomas. Mrs Addie FLORIDA
p.m. -- -
the Thousands of Items Offered church conference; all church Si.(mature of-EI-i-------- !McConaghy and Otis MeltonOn PROBATE DIVISIONFILE
:-;0211.. Mrs. Host NO 1 2551
members are asked to be pre- ? Initial of Issufn -
Parsons was given a lovely DIVISIONIN
sentFlorida's .. .. Officer;
"' poem plague for being the RE ESTATE OF PRESTON

No.___. ------------i 4 oldest person at HH in the con MILLS BAREFOOT NOTICE OF, deceased
g'egalion of the Berean
Baptist Church Green Cove

(Stub No. 1) Springs. ALL PERSONS HAVING

what's done about it?
natural gas supply: being and family spent the Thanks- INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE

NOTIFIED that the Ad

DECEMBER 7, 19761n1t1aL LECiALSI ministration of the estate of
suing Officer deceased, File Number 1 2551is
I TO BID pending in the Circuit Courtfor
ACALLED PROSPECT No..________. Bradford County, Florida.

V _________ Sealed bids and/or quotationswill Probate Division the address of
be received in the office of which Bradford County Count

V (Stub No. 2)m the Administrator. Bradford house. Starke. Florida, 32091
'b County Hospital 922 East Call The personal representative, of
COGNAC Street, P.O. Box 1060 Starke the estate is JUANITA B DIN
Florida 32091 until 500 P.M., KINS, whose address is 1123
CITY ELECTION December 16. 1976, on the Pratt Street Starke Florida
following: 32091. The name and address of
LAWTEY. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA 1 only Raetone Number AF- the personal representative's attorney
47-S2 Storage Freezer or are set forth belowAll
DECEMBER 7, 1976 Equivalent. persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
Make a MarkX( ) ooposite the name of the Candidate of your choic'3 General specifications are required WITHIN THREE
available upon request from the MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
office of the Administrator. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
CITY COUNCILMAN The Bradford County Hospital THIS NOTICE to file with the
They're building it pany, a subsidiary of Group 2 reject Corporation any and reserves all bids the right and/or to clerk written of statement the above of any court claimor a

now. Out in the Gulf .t' Florida Gas Company VOTE FOR ONE TERM TWO YEARS quotations or to waive any minor demand they may have Each

of Mexico in water, : r r is a participant technicality or informality in the claim must be in writing and
witha bids or quotations received. must indicate the basis for the ,
1,000 feet deep. At II-xi\\ BEN McCULLEY I I Bids will be opened during the claim, the name and address u< I
prospect called r..- \ dl Shell Oil Company meeting of the Board of Trustees the creditor or his agent or
J\\ and others in this 7.30 P.M December 16, I
Cognac, a massive .;j{; I I 1976. on attorney, and the amount I
/\ enormous underbeingconstructedto claimed. If the claim is not vet
drilling platform is :' ; i l l We due, the date when it will be
taking. already Bradford County Hospital Corporation come due shall be stated. If the

produce new t, have invested $11 CITY COUNCILMAN claim is contingent or un
supJ _'J j million in the Cognac liquidated the nature of the un
oil and
of 2tch 12/2
plies 11/25 shall be stated. If the
___ i II prospect as part Group 4 certainty
ral gas from claim is secured the security
of our continuing
the Continental shall be described. The claimant
The investment in just the plateffort to search out new energy supplies NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S shall deliver sufficient copies of
Slope. for Floridians.This ARCHIE KITTLES, JR. I II SALE the claim to the clerk to enable
form is over $150 million. the clerk to mail one copy to

as high as the Cognac is an exciting develop ROBERTSON Notice is hereby given that I, each personal representative.All .
huge platform JOHN I I
Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of persons interested in the
Empire State Building, will be the tallment in terms of its gas supply potential Bradford County, Florida, under estate to whom a copy of this

est ever constructed by the oil and But it is only one of a number of and by virtue of Writ of Notice of Administration has

Scheduled for compleexploration projects involving $40 mil- Execution, to-wit: been mailed are required
gas industry REFERENDUMSMake Execution issued out of WITHIN THREE MONTHS
will be used lion of investment by Florida Gas to
tion in 1978 the platform County Court of Bradford FROM THE DATE OF THE
wells find new energy sources. Elsewhere in County, Florida to FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
of development pursuant a
to drill a a Mar"-Xlln" ( ) the square at the right of your choice
in 1979 or 1980 to begin the Gulf and onshore In Texas, Loui- Final Judgement for Florida NOTICE, to file any objections
and then Bank at Starke of Starke. they may have that challengesthe
from what is probably one siana.. New Mexico Mississippi Florida and J.
production REVISED CITY CHARTERFOR against Mary validity of the decedent's
of the most significant oil and gas Alabama, Florida and Oklahoma our Kuhns, defendant, in the will, the qualifications of the
discovered recently in the Gulf exploration programs are developingof ---- --- amount of $532.20 together with personal representative, or the
fields I I costs of collection. venue or )jurisdiction of the
additional reserves to help fuelFlorida's
Mexico. Have seized and have in my court
Florida Gas Exploration Com future growth. possession the following des- ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.AND .
AGAINST I I cribed personal property to-wit: OBJECTIONS NOT SO

.------ -. 1968 Ford 4 door I.D. FILED WILL BE FOREVER
Number 8B53F218344As BARRED.
Date of the first publicationof
the property of the above this Notice of Administration:
--'-- named defendant and that on December 2, 1976.
I I Tuesday the 28th day of JUANITA B. DINKINS. as personal
APPOINTED December, 1976 at twelve representative of the estate -
o'clock Noon on said day on the of PRESTON MILLS BARE-
;. ELECTED I I premises of the Bradford County FOOT, deceased
''';..,. Jail. I will offer for sale and sell
1' to the highest bidder for cash in ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL

Gas 1<'. hand, the above described REPRESENTATIVE:
Florida. The Energetic Company7' CITY CLERK property of said defendant to A.Z. ADKINS. JR.
satisfy the aforesaid Execution. Attorney at Law
P.O. Box 966Gainesville
APPOINTED I I Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff Brad- Florida 32602
ford County. Florida Phone : ((904I) 372.3331

ELECTED I I 12/2 4tchg 12/23 12/2, 2tchg 129Community lYlJ1
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(: Preschoolers' Co. D. To Host Christmas
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From. Page 2B Steve Edwards is spendingthis
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Mrs. Gene Ivey and son, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jackson week with Mr. and Mrs. Party
Among those attending the McLarty of Byhalia, Miss arrived Jim, of Eugene, Oregon are spent the weekend and Mrs.with Stanley her Jerome Edwards in Naples. December 7 his menu.
funeral of Mrs. Hugh Sunday for two week's spending Sunday to Thursday parents The annual Christmas so Irvin can plan J.E.
Haltiwanger in Jacksonvilleon visit with their son-in-law and in Tucker, Ga. visiting Mr. Merrill in Melbourne.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Casey of The Bradford County dinner hosted by Company D First Sergeant a
Monday of last week were daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mike and Mrs. Ivey, Sr. and will Ruth Coffman of Gulf Hammock were Thanks- Library is sponsoring a Pre- will be highlighted this year Tomlinson has Armory planned for
of the
Denton and Estella. to Starke to giving guests of Mr. and Mrs. guided tour
come Friday
Barney and Bill McRae, Mr. daughter last week School Story Time Tuesday, with a special program pre- the
Centralia, was a wives and especially
Jr. the
and Mrs. Tullie Norman, Mr. spend the holidays with her of Mr. and Mrs. L.C. T.L. Casey Dec. 7 at 10 p.m. senting the history of show the equipment
and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Gay parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. guest children to
Barney Eggers three Stories featured will be Company D. that the
Mrs. Gladys Edwards, Mr. and son, Jerry, of Columbia, Hardy. Mr. Ivey will join the Early and they spent Rhonda Edwards of FSU;;, "Frederick" and "The The program will be and weapons D work
days in Key West. Ruth Rich and of members of Company
and Mrs. Arthur McRae, Mr. S.C. spent Thanksgiving with family later in the month. Ms. son Biggest House in the World." assembled by the Company will be a
and Mrs. Bill Sessions and Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Gay. Tampa, and Mr.and Mrs. Guy The books will be Commander Robert Kelly and and train on.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scott Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. shoot for all interested
Mrs. James Stokes. Mr. and Mrs. JR. his staff. There will be special turkey
reunion at by a reading of hours
attended family
a Ted Edwards and family of after duty
Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Tenly persons
Wainwright spent Wednesdayto the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray the story by Carol Channingon awards and recognition to
Mrs. Mable Stringfellowspent Sr. spent Thanksgiving with Friday with \Mr., and Mrs. Hooten in Archer on Jacksonville were guests of record. many of the personnel in Sunday.
Thanksgiving with her Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Tenly in W.M.\ Wainwright in Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edwards Company D.
son in law and daughter, Gainesville and Friday and Tallahassee.Mr. Thursday.Mr. during the weekend.Mr. 7/76 Otd1V/1Wl. All wives and members of-
Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Barkley in Saturday in St. Petersburg and Mrs. H.E. Smith of the families of the personnel the Oldie
Jacksonville. visiting Miss Virginia Razor. and Mrs. Don Ray Williston were weekend and Mrs. L.C. Early '6 --. of Company D are invited. The
Tilley of Hollywood spent the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marc visited Mr. and Mrs. Amos meal will be served at 12:30: on
Mrs. A.R. Johnson had her Mrs. Alice Barron, Mrs. long weekend with their Jackson. Sanford in Asatula over the 'rI'E Sunday, December 12. Mess
five sons and their families Eve Godwin Mrs. J.R. Kite parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.G. weekend. .. ..: .( Sergeant Irvin Convington hasa
home for Thanksgiving: Mr and Mrs. H.M. Richarde were Jackson and Mr and Mrs. lot' full course meal of turkey
and Mrs. Ray Johnson of Tuesday luncheon guests of Robbie Shaller. T-Sgt. and Mrs. Norman ----- and all the trimmings
Pompano Beach, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Wallace in Rigdon and family of ;; planned. This will be a fine
Mrs. A.R. Johnson and L.G. Jacksonville.Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Ben Dixon and Seymour Johnson AFB, N.C. During coffee break: "He 4'd ijll\t\J. opportunity for the women to
Johnson and two sons of family of Nashville, Tenn. spent Tuesday to Sunday with isn't exactly overpaid, but "There skip cooking Sunday dinner.
Starke, G.W. Johnson and Lee C.C Hoppe returned to were last week guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George W. they should gift-wrap his are political speakerswho The price of the meal will be
Johnson of Homestead and her home in Tampa Tuesday and Mrs. Don Bagwell. Brown. paycheck." need no Introductions; $1.50 for adults and 75 cents Budget-an attempt to live
seven grandchildren.Robert after ten day's visit with her -Bill Gold In Washington what they need are conclusions. for children. Please notify the below your yearnings.
sisters, Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Post ." armory that you are coming,
E. Allen,Jr. and son Mrs J.W. Kincaid. .,.
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Scott were hunting in
Northwest Florida from Mrs. H G. Bollinger visited
Tuesday to Sunday but came Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hartzellin
home empty handed. Orange City on Saturday. PRE-HOLIDAY SALE .

Navy Captain and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansbyhad
Edward Potter Jr. of as Thanksgiving guests .

Houston Mrs. Clyde Texas B. Terwillegar were guestsof and Mr. and Mr. Mrs.and Roy Mrs.Andrews Larry B.. GREAT SELECTION OF MEN'S FINE CLOTHING IH I-! I

Jr. at her home on Call Street Mardis of Jacksonville, Capt. ,
recently. They attended the and Mrs. Mickey Dansby of
Florida Rice football Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. ,. .
game. Rodney Hall of Theressa and A. ;S\ Just Arrived New Shipment OfMEN'S '
Mr. and Mrs. F.V. Heriong their families. 6 v 'J" :.J P--: >;. *. :.. .. ; ..
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of Jacksonville were Sunday Miss Susan Stodghill and If .
guests of Mrs. W.F. Herlong.! Bill Brewer of Palm Bay Fla. 2)e e, f\a\ ..j !,.; iJ'' !
were weekend guests of Mr. Stark LEISURE I SUITS I
Sen. and Mrs. Charley and Mrs. Larry Baker. ca.\\\\ S\. r'lf. ,
Johns visited Mr. and Mrs. 'l'J f(

James the weekend.Mr. Cash.in Orlando over Hamilton Mr. and and Mrs.son Jim Sherrod spent I j.,7 9&4.752 :\\ -: Perfect.,For The'HolidaysHART aj

two days with Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Franklin Gary Hamilton in Atlanta and ) -. .
Ritch of Gainesville were three days in Winder Ga. /17' \ Men's A f(
of Mr. _
Thanksgiving guests where they attended a family : r.
and Mrs. Douglas Hardy. reunion and 61st wedding SCHAFFNER' V/fo: !
anniversary of Mrs. .__ :
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kandelof Hamilton's parents, Mr. and & MARX ( ;
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Miami Mr. and Mrs. ) ;
Mrs. Ellsworth Jackson at \ C 0\\ \% &
Valued To
Clayton Kandel of Canton. Watson Hall in Winder from o Q ,, o-t&$1190
Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wednesday to Sunday ) SUITSBroken *
F'ender and family and Mr. j \t '1 \ 2890Broken Jeans
and Mrs. Phil Fender of '( ''I \ f(
Mr. and Mrs. Epifanio Sizes l .. \

giving Gainesville Harry Gruen.guests of were Dr. and Thanks-Mrs. :Mr Romero and Mrs.of Okeechobee Don Hardy and of wed P'..; u'a( / I\ I \\0 Sizes For Men & Boys a'

Gainesville were Saturday \ ._
guests of Mr. and Mrs. \1 .1\0\ \ ,
Carlton Faulk of State \
Troy o
University, Ala., Miss Mary Charles Hardy 11 '-:;;;...... ." \ \ / 1 Rack Of Men's I Shirts By
of UF
Addington and Martell
No $8995
Dr. and Mrs.\ RE. Dopsonand .
and sonville Jewell were Johns Thanksgivingguests of Jack- son Christopher were ,7. 'ii (4 SUITSValued VAN HEUSEN
Thanksgiving guests of his

Carter.of Mr. and Mrs. :Maxie Dopson parents in Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. Robert :, 1 Double Rack Of Men's (/iT{ \ To $10000"t r "4 &

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M
Hardy, Mrs. R.W. Milner, Jr. Friends will regret to hear 4 '
and Mr and Mrs. Charles that Orie Wiggins had leg DRESS SLACKS )\ \ o ARROW
Francis and family spent surgery last Friday in St. ,.> .- 1 $ fl95 et,
Thanksgiving with Mrs. G.E. Vincent's Hospital: Mrs. Garl 8 Values To I L (J
McGauley in Palatka. 57 Mathews is a patient in North o $880 I ,
members of the family en- Florid Regional;( Hospital; )j *18 : : ;
joyed the occasion.Mr. Kirk 'olston is a patient in ,/ -: of ti sN
Tallahassee Memorial jj '
and Mrs J.E. Hardy Hospital; and Violet Cain is in \
Boy's '
spent Wednesday to Sunday in Alachua General Hospital. :::7 ;: ,. : f(

San were Francisco joined by, their Cal. son-in-They Mr. and Mrs. Vernie 1 Long Sleeve' / ll V; t't; ;,

law and daughter Mr. and Thornton and daughter. '
Mrs. Gene Ivey Jr. and son, Crystal. Mrs. Elva McRae : I
Jim of Eugene. Oregon. and Mrs Beulah Thornton SHIRTSWere 3 Ijl '
spent Thursday to Saturday in
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Arlington Texas visiting their *6* \ \. t, / t

guests Whitehead Mr. had and as Mrs.weekend Greg daughters Koistmen and Mrs.Miss Robert Tia 8 I' Boy's f(

Tyler of Dolhan Ala. and Miss Thornton .0" .. \ '
Joan Whitehead. of Fort : $99 1 \ Pull OverSHIRTS aJt
Stewart. Ga. Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Townsendand / .
daughters of Jacksonville H

recent Mrs. guest Alice of Barron her aunt.was Mrs.a were and Mrs.weekend Lake W C guests Townsend of Mr.at I / k \ \\Jt ,\,

Lula White and cousin Mrs. \
Al Herr.dun in Gainesville. \ \ : 2 Racks '
joined by Mr and E.P Renner is a patient in 1 RackBobby { :1 c ; /, p pt .
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:Mrs Lauderdale.C.C Burton of Fort lung Alachua surgery General Hospital for C r / Brooks f j t't!'t,\ Maio; $ 39 0

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