Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 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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The Christmas season gets into full swings Little League and Small Fry Association provide music and a marching unit'for the
LI i Saturday at 10 a.m. when the city's annual Suzuki of Starke, Lawtey 4 H Club, Little parade.
( Christmas parade winds up and down the Women's Club of Starke, Brownie Troopno. Local Shrinera will also represented, as e
main avenues of town. 127, the Pine Level Baptist Church, well as several out of- town Shrinera Clubs
The parade, sponsored by the Starke Madison Street Baptist Church 4 II Horse .'
Bradford Chamber of Commerce, will Club, Griffis &Sons, The Koyalettes, a baton AJ1 entries will be judged on' theme,
1 feature over 25 floats, decorated vehicles, twirling club from Hawthorne, Cub Scouts, originality, artistry and appearance. Prizesof
marching units and other entries. Santa and the Vo Tech Horticulture Class. $65, $45, $23 and its will be awarded to
Claus's schedule is jam packed at the Other entries already announced are: winners.
moment, reports Chamber director Bill CUBB Economic Agency, Lawtey The parade is scheduled to form at 9:30
Wilson, but either he or one of his assistants is Community Vocational Center Bradford a.m. on the south side of the Bradford High 'i j ./
et'w. guaranteed to put in an appearance. County Volunteer Fire Department, Ladles' School football stadium (Adkins St.) facingthe ql"1
Strawberry Queen Margaret Norman of Auxiliary, National Guard, Lawtey VolunteerFire west.The parade will startat 10 a.m. and \ / ,(
Starke will be featured. She is being joined by Department, Elks Lodge Hampton proceed south on Orange Street to Madison, 1,
numerous other local businesses, churches, Church of God, St. Edward's Catholic Church, east on Madison to Thompson Street, then i
school organizations and citizens In the Bradford Roping Club, McDonald's and the north on Thompson, west on Call Street to I "..
celebration. Vo Tech Cosmetology Class. Court, then north, disbanding at the Florida Section One .. .....ef
Among floats and entries will be the Lawtey The Bradford High School Band will\ Bank parking lot. Pages 1A-IOA -1 V '


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t( A revised land use plan i
I. I drew enthusiastic ''approval
from city commissioners
, t Monday night, who said it reflected Commission PushedTo
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I!f ,"e- q commission suggestions made

at a public hearing Nov 16.
V p ,' .M. iK Sam Mutch of the North
Central Florida Regional Speed ,Completion
, t! Planning Council (NCFRPC)
told the board he'd driven

I s, ,. around the city with
r .T commissioners Joe Warren
K M and Harold Epps and was able Of Disposal System

10 refine the plan he'd ;j 1
drawn for thec.l:1cIL
previously up Bradford Wherev r we get land first,"
t \ .. County Commissioners -
Mutch aaid-Jte.
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I t satisfied the plan accurately being nudged by the 'SMord: sa3 s. -
Two landfill sites have al-
Department of Environmental
reflected existing land use and -
:Marshall :M.M.: Jordan of Lawteyleft( ) and Florida Highway Patrol officers look TuoGainestille men In the car were charged with possession of marijuana End allowed for future growth Regulation (DEK) to ready been completed and are
overa)73Mercurythat' : : left north l'S-JIll: < Saturday afternoon and struck power the driver was charged with cureless! driving and ha\Ing no li ivrr's license, trends. step up completion of the operational. A $25.000 center
pole, knocking out electric service to I.utt'y customers for several hours "I think it looks real good," county's solid waste disposal went into operation in Lawtey
last spring, and the secondone
system plan to forward
Epps said, adding that the revised a
in Brooker. was
timetable to Tallahassee com-
plan reflected a lot of the soon

I 301 Car Crash Knocks Out Electricity 4 Hours the input public Mutch hearing.had received at said Chairman Monday.The George. Roberts center communications pleted has this been fall. troubled The problems Brooker with

Mutch said the is not
state wants a master between
the and
Two accidents in the county over the weekend caused only month Saturday as the resultof tomers, but those living in the SR-lo0 about seven miles intended to be a zoning map, plan, Roberts says. "We've City of Brooker county regarding,
minor( injuries, but Lawtey being struck in the accident a smith of Starke behind a ve- but rather for !!
a power pole vicinity 01 as a guide got to get busy and get that opening and manning of the
VJ 11s w uum Glrir electric customers had their a trafl ic accident. quarter of a mile north of the hicle driven by DeWitt C. growth. But as a guide, he up." dump. The city decided two
: .... power interrupted for the Service was! interrupted for Starke city limits on L'S-301-- Jones, 87, of Gainesville. said the land use plan cannotbe DER Engineer Joseph weeks to hire a man to
: ; :.: (.! second time in just over a only an hour for mint cus- were without service for as deviated from to any great Bender told the county Nov. 24 work at ago the center two days a
... .. '. :: long as four hours. A Florida Jones, director of a funeral degree.In that its solid waste disposal week.
. : : Power and Light spokesmanwas home here, slowed down as response to a question system continues to violate
r:: unsure of the number of the school bus ahead of him from Epps on how much the state regulations, and that a County officials are proud of
: Lawtey Ponders customers affected, but said made a left turn into a private land use plan can be changed, projected completion date for the new dumpting site built at
.. V :;.':: some residences in Starke drive. Nancy Padgett, driverof Mutch said the whole area of the project should be for less than half the cost of the
I also without the other car, failed to slowdown is original site at Lawtey. Con-
:..::: were power. comprehensive planning warded toTallahassee by Jan.
and struck Jones from vinced after completion of the
.' still a relatively new one, and 1.
.. .. Florida Highway Patrol of- behind. Jones was not injured that there wasn't much In- Next step for the county is Lawtey center that it could
Annexing PrisonThe ficers charged Donnie and no charges were filed in formation to go by for an completion of arrangementsfor build the remaining dumpingsites
Thursday Dec 9 Carroll.. of Gainesville with the 2:55: p.m. accident.A answer. acquiring land on which to more cheaply, the county
'" careless driving and havingndraver's "Probably if .you have a build the final three of five did just that, using county em-
council council voted to advertise for ( license in the 10:55: the ployees not( otherwise
B.U.A.R.C. Meeting city was accident. Starke man is charged better and higher use for compacting and dumping
"Sunshine Acres" requested Monday night to bids. a m. with driving while intoxicatedand land, you wouldn't have any facilities. engaged.
301 North consider annexing the Lawtey In further action, the Carroll told officers anothercar running a stop sign in the problem," he said. ". but First priority among the Although exact figures are
7:30p.m.Saturday.: Community Correctional Council: forced him off the road as wake of a three-car wreck this plan is intended to be a three sites is the Brownlee not yet available, the Brooker
Center grounds to make the -Decided to invl'Stigate"hat he drove north on 301 in a 1973 here early Saturday morning. living document. It is requiredby Road section where the dumpon center is believed to have cost
Dec. 11 Center within the city limits of requirements arc necessaryto Mercury According; to the law to be reevaluatedevery SR-229:! near the Union around $12,000, less than half
Lawtey. have the City's fire rating accident report, Carroll was Three persons received five years, but that County line has been set for the cost of the Lawtey site.
There would be several changed because of the water driving 70 miles hour minor injuries in the accident doesn't mean you cant review closing. Word has already
Christmas Parade advantages to this move, system.Received. when the accident per occurred. and perhaps change it more been received from DER that In addition to the compactorsites
Begins 10a.m. including taxes, and their tie progress report Laurie Ardley, of Starke, frequently than that." the dump, the last in the where residents will
COMEONECOME in with the water system that the City will only need to Carroll left the roadway on was arrested by Starke policeat A council vote is required to county, will have to be closed. dump garbage, the county is
ALL!! which is already in the pay about $7,0(10) for the new the left side, traveled 333 feet the scene of the 2:40: a.m. change the plan. As far as a The county is looking for land also looking into two more
planning stages, said Mayor well, with 1"11grants for along the median strip, accident Saturday at the zoning variance request goes, anywhere in that section for a burial areas, where the com-
Ben McCulley, who made the $10.500.) and S-UMio) surplus crossed the roadway and intersection of SR 16 and Old Mutch said, it could not be compactor site, according to pacted garbage can be buried.
proposal. Attorney Richard money from previous well. traveled another 160 feet. The Lawtey Road.Robertson. (See Page lOA) Commissioner Dave Shuford. That operation is now taking
Elks Lodge Christmas Welty was requested to -Agreed to pay Barry Watts car turned on its right side and There will also have to be a place at the Keystone landfill
Party at Lodge research further, but this six hours overtime for the struck the power pole, site built where the garbage is buried
9p.m. move is being considered electrical failure Saturday. spinning counterclockwise. Retai ins Lawtey Seat ; Hampton compactor, Commissioner at daily. Garbage from Brooker
Granted $13 Christmas
carefully.Also and Lawtey is hauled there
paramount on the bonuses to all city employees, Both Carroll and his pas. Shuford says. There was a now to be buried.
agenda was the request that stressing that this not include senger Francis Beckham, 26, Elective Clerk l\nrshull[ Votedshould dump at Hampton, but it was
the first in the the state
Christmas Bazaarby the Council either consider fleeted officials of Gainesville, received only county The two sites under
Received rainfall fo minor injuries The was councilmanBen be or forced closed under its new consideration are:
Junior Woman's Club purchasing a new police car or a SU8in pair Incumbent city appointive
Corner MadisonWalnutStreet be prepared for heavy repair "free" money from a rural also charged) with possessionof :McCulley and John elective, voters decided 122 to pollution control regulations. .A site inside Camp
bills to maintain operation of grant with the provision this marijuana after officers Robertson were re-elected inTuesday's 44 to keep the office elective. Hampton residents now haveto Blanding on SR-225 between
::30a.m.Christmas the present car. The car is money be spent on "new found an unspecified amountof Lawtey city The result was the same on travel to the main land fill Law ley and Kingsley Lake for
nearing 50,000( hard miles, hiring" such as part time the drug in the car. election, and voters the city clerk, with 106 votingfor on SR-100 two miles west of which the county is seeking
(equivalent to about 100.000 help in street repairs, grounds emphatically decided to keep an elective clerk and 57 Keystone Heights. permission to use from the
miles! on an average car) andis upkeep, etc.Decided Four Lake Geneva girls escaped the offices of police chief and voting for an appointive one. The county has also asked. State Armory Board.
Bazaar in constant need of repair to on having an open with minor injuries city clerk elective. Voters also approved the the City of Starke for permission A site near the present
house for the when the car in which they new city charter, voting 95 to to locate a dumpsteron Keystone dump off SR-100 for
Church ol God brakes, uses oil and will soon new city hall on Robertson won 98-8S over
were riding struck a car that 51 for the revised version. The the Old Lawtey Road at the which the county is asking
Ladies, Auxiliary engine work, said Tuesday. Dec. 21, from 4 8 Archie Kittles, who was
138 East Call Street Marshal M.M. Jordan. The P moo with refreshments. The had stopped for a school bus running for office for the first charter revision will retain site of the old city dump. Rayonier, Inc. permission to
9:30a.m.: police have had two high entire Lawtey community will on Sll-ioo south of Starke time, in a close race. the elective clerk and People still pile garbage at the use.One
Friday afternoon. gate to the old dump, now
40-acre burial has
speed pursuits within 48 hours be im'itl'l.Moved McCulley, who ran unopposed marshall. site
and it is imperative that the to authorize J.L. Nancy Padgett 19 Cherly received 121 votes. Turnout for the election was closed under the new state re already been purchased by
vehicle be in top working Waters to have the stump Padgett, 18 Debra Padgett, 59 percent with 184 of 310 gulations. the county on the Lincoln City
Location of the
Bake Sale order if law enforcement is behind the fire station cut to 17, and Heather Padgett, 3 On the question of whetherthe registered voters casting next Road just south of Starke.
Gamma Theta Chapter primary, Jordan said. The ground level, then ground out. mos., were traveling north on office of police chief ballots. dumping site "depends on The garbage system, being
Call Street completed with a $200,000)

Starke Monday.Elementary Dec. 13 PTA Lawtey Marshal M. M. Jordan One Step Behind Con ArtistsSocial grant county Administration from into line Farmer's, will with bring current Home the

Cafeteria -- pollution control standards.

7:30p.m.: Three suspicious men Jordan, who said he was Maxville just beyond the cent reports of three men Security checks withoutthe same three men pulling off the Work was begun on the
attempting to gain entry to "one step behind" the men overpass. posing as Social Security exam. Social Security swindle. The system in September 1974.

Tuesday.. Dec. 14 Lawtey homes Monday most of Monday, spotted their Agents. Once admitted to the house, men in the Monday incidents Each of the compactor sites
afternoon eluded police after a car in front of the home of Bradford Sheriff'sDepartment According to reports, the one man takes the victim into said nothing about Social
consists of and four
LAwtey Elementary PTA high-speed chase along US Klva Reddish, who( was- Chief Deputy men tell elderly people they another room for the so-called Security, said Green. cubic yard a ramp container a
Christmas Program Robert Green said his department are there to perform a
301. with them and
exam, while the other
7 to compactor attached. There Is
p.m. wants questionthe
physical examination and tell
refusing to let them into her Citizens
ransacks the house.A are
by truck
Cafeteria Marshall M.M. Jordan of with hydraulically
In connection re- victims
men they cannot receive
Lawtey said he'd been home. When they saw Jordan, Lawtey man was robbedof Deputy Green not to admItanyone equipped to pick the con-
QJrjr Community( receiving reports from the men jumped into their car $73 in this manner several Into their homes who tainers up and haul them to
and sped olf. weeks and similar claims to be a Social Security
ago, the central landfill
residents for several days that or burial
state lank the three men, all in their 20's, Jordan gave chase north on City (; hc&''' (:County.nml. At Old Dump swindles have been reportedin representative, or Is other site, for dumping. .

Account Now, Insured Up were knocking on doors and 301, but lost the suspects in a nearby counties. wise acting suspiciously) Any Users drive up the ramp and
asking questions, attemptingto heavy thunderstorm. They The Starke city council near the old city dump to the Green emphasized that it Is such persons should be reported dump their garbage, which is
To $40000 By learn how many persons were last seen turning onto voted Tuesday night to deed county for use as a landfill not known if the three men to the sheirff's compacted and covered daily
"adaal D oosd. In. 'anoa Corp were home. Normandy Boulevard In 2'2' acres of the 13-acre tract site. reported Monday are the department, phone 964-4280. at the central landfill..
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I .ittle Women Christmas Formal Dec. 18

T-ittle Women's Club Saturday, Dec. 11. Christmas 9:30: a.m. with a party afterwards YIe wl 9tdeThe Jll ilc
m 'tans for the month of formal invitations will be distributed Mrs. R.E. Allen, Jr. is .IffJ
Deber at their meeting at that time. responsible for lunch and :
M.X night, Dec. 6. Last minute decorating for refreshments for the party. '
.girls will meet at the the Christmas formal (to be Presents will be exchanged at c/ &Jilor, 9647608 /
hj.chool, gym steps at 9:30: held Dec. 18 from 8 to the party that morning. On _
a, before the parade midnight) will be Dec. 18 at Dec. 19 the girls will meet at ..... :
theclubhouse at 7 a.m. to take --Mf'IW"-\--\ : t'
; ;
down the decorations. Everyone fl" '",
r ,
New Year's Eve Dance
is asked to be present andit
should not take long.
Starke'National Guard Mrs. R.E. Allen Jr. and

9 P.M. To 2 A.M. Lynn Moxley served refresh-
ments following the meetingat

Music ByTHECOUNTRY which president Ann Allen vAI
I EDITION presided. fl.

Sorority To Hold

1 12 Per Couple AdmissionSnacks Bake Sale SaturdayThe Y _

And Set Ups Free _
Call 964.8182 Gamma Theta chapterof t
For Tickets 2/T-CHQ
f Beta Sigma Phi will hold a :
>. ,/" bake sale Saturday, I t
December 11, at 9:30: a.m. on $ s _r

h- CHILD CARE Call Christmas Street parade.The during. the :. ? l t t ss
y chapter will also enjoya
joint Christmas social with __
It is widely recognized that the first Xi Iota Delta chapter Dec. 13, ; n '+t" -
the home of
at 7:30: p.m. at
five years of a person's life form the Mrs. Randall Milton. .r, ,
Members are reminded to
foundation for all the rest. bring items for the Christmas

At St. Mark's Woman's' ClubChristmas !r .w r
TeaDecember f :z ,

Starke 1 15 -S rc ; : _
Certified Teachers lovingly administera I I L
The Woman's Club of Starke ...:,
total growth pre-school program that will hold its annual Christmastea ) 4
at the club house Wednes- .
allows for individual attention. day, December IS, at 3 p.m. ., J" .
On December 17 at 1:30: p.m. t
the club will host a Christmas
Three Programs are available: CUBE Homemakers
party for the -
Clients. BHS Class Of 1951 Holds 25th ReunionThirtyone

7:15: AM To 5:30: PM
CORRECTION members of the Class of 1951 of Brad surance executive, acted as master of ceremonies Ferguson a vocational-agriculture teacher in 1951,
7:15: AM To 2:00: PM ford High School gathered Saturday night. Dec. 4, for Class Vice-I'residenl Harold Davis introduced now retired from the Bradford cdcuation system and
The Christmas party on their 25th reunion special guests, former teachers of the class. Bill Corum, a BUS teacher in 1951, now with the
2:30: PM To 5:30: PM December 17 hosted by the It had been five years since the group was last University of Florida.
Woman's Club of Starke will together, so they spent the first hour socializing at Guests present were Hugh Ingram, principal of Class members and guests, above 1-r, are:
Small teacher-student ratio; reasonable fees be to honor the CUBB Homemakers the Starke Country Club, before consuming a steak BHS in 11)51!) now director of the Professional Practices First row Mary Andrews Turner, Jacksonville;
Clients instead of the dinner. Commission of the State Department of Huth Toomey Mayport; Helen Barry
For information call 964.6126 Senior Citizens as previously Each member of the class present was given timeto Education: in Tallahassee; Miss Della Rosenberg, Crosby, I Idell Duran Boyette, Ada Edwards
announced. say a few words to bring everybody up to date. business.education teacher in 1951, now a business Reddish, Valaria Denmark Shuford, Claire Thomas
Class President Marvin Warren, a Jacksonville in- education instructor in the vo-tech center; V.R. Ilazen and Miss Della Rosenberg.
Second row Don Ritchie, Joe Warren, Harold
David, Clinton Norman Jacksonville; V.R.
Ferguson, Gwen McRae Thornton, and Barbara
A holiday from regular prices Ritchie Griffis.
Third row Charles Hutcheson, J.L. (Red)
Alvarez Middleburg; Arley Underhill, former
teacher Bill Corum, Gainesville; Lavon Crosby,
Brunswick. Ga.; Floyd Futch Marvin Warren, Jack-
sonville: Mead Lewis Lake City: Wanda Crosby
Crews, Dolph Reddish Vernie Thornton Ed
llornsby Waldo; Hugh Ingram Tallahassee.
Back row Fay Durban, Jerry Lawson, Fort
La-Z-Boy ReclinaRockers"Sale Walton Beach; Jack lla/.en Tommy Hamilton,
Curtis Edwards, Oris Collins, Decatur, Ga., and
Harry Edwards Jacksonville.
Oris Collins received the prl e for coming the
v. farthest for the reunion, from Decatur, Ga. He just
\ beat out Jerry Lawson.In .
S S a drawing Idell Boyette won a charm inscribed
( $11900from + ( l "Class of'51"Jack Hazen won a key chain inscribed '"
,, on f S.' "Class of '51." '
The class voted to continue meeting every five
years during the winter months 1
Debbie Thomas

I Debbie Thomas Billy Bigham Wedding Jan 21 ,
La-Z-Boy makes every day a holiday of comfort. just '
Mrs Seletta Thomas her daughter, Debbie Lynn, to Brooker.
lean back and relax, or rock your tensions away. What announces the engagement of William E. (Billy) Bigham The wedding will take place
.. -s HI son of Mr. and Mrs. January 21 at 7:30: p.m. at the
better to "happy holiday" day Now,
way say every
AUXILIARY TEA William E Bigham, Jr. of Brooker Baptist Church, witha
53- the chair that is a holiday of luxury is yours at Brooker. reception at the home of
Miss Thomas is Seletta Thomas
The Bradford County a 1973 Mrs. ,
the savings of the season. A wonderful Hospital Auxiliary\ill hold a graduate of Bradford High I highway 301 South Starke.
Chr.stmas tea Sunday, Dec. '" hool and received her All friends and relatives are
selection of La-Z-Boy styles inAmerica's 12, from three to five o'clockin bachelor of Arts degree in the invited to attend.ShirleyPete.
the Hospital Conference field of Special Education
f' favorite fabrics can Room from the University of South
Florida in August of 1978. She
be in time for Christmas "
yours, tr ELKS LODGECHRISTMAS is with the Bradford School
giving. Come : PARTYElks Board, presently teaching at
Hampton and Lawtey Ele-
1'' in and save, "' Lodge Number 1802 of mentary Schools.Mr. .
\ : Starke will have a Christmas Bigham graduatedfrom
I now.It's party Saturday night at 9 p.m. Bradforu High School in
at the Lodge. 1973, attended Lake City Com-
r..Fr ,. wy Gifts will be exchanged, refreshments munity College and Florida
served and music Stave University He is pre
provided. sently employed with the
Florida Hydrocarbons
,.away aMalaalllillW alllaralll-. -. ,Sairt txwawani-uww.- atBEAUTIFUL.
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From The aI
I Dec. 24

I aLLa( ( [ J00 i Mrs.John Hattie Henry Mae Loggins Logginsand of

Starke announce the

$ ( lS I 0UCUOLCE'i Qa']Qa approaching daughterShirley marriage Ann Pete of their, to
I I Leroy Clay of Starke, son of
Ii -S a Mr. and Mrs Raymond
i B-own of Tallahassee.
I ss Pete is also the
a .
I tighter of the late Aaron H.
I r I Hoi ley of Starke.
The wedding will be an
I J event of Friday,December 24,
I I at 7 p.m. at the Greater Allen
-, A Fact You Can Do Better At I Chapel A.M.E. Church of
I II Starke.All .
friends and relatives are

434 W. Call St. I Get Ready For The Holidays I invited to attend.CHRISTMAS.

Phone 964:5827 1 With Great Feeling Perm I II' : BAZAAR

-. The Church of God Ladies
I I' For Any Hair Type I Christmas Auxiliary Bazaar will Saturday have a,

Dec. 11,beginning at 9:30: a.m.
1I II at 138 E. Call Street (next to

I I I Reg. *22* $1 1 1850 1 week Only I II Leilas Baked). goods and handmade

items will be featured.

'". ] Call Today For YourAppointment I I CHRISTMAS BAZAARThe

I a aI
Junior Woman's Club
I will hold a Christmas Bazaar
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I 442-F W. Madison St. Walnut Baked and Christmas Madison Streets.items,

f By Piggly Wiggly I crafts and plants will be
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: ) ':', Elbert Nettles Receives Methodists Hold Reception Dec.7 Colleen Nichols Honored At A Brunch Saturday I''!
r. 411::, Shriner Of The Year Award The United Methodist where it was voted to have a Miss Colleen Nichols, whose the seating arrangement for groom; Mrs. Steve Brannen of,
- -- -- chili luncheon in law
soup on Live Oak. sister -
Women held a reception for a
to Mitch
p \ Daniel Elbert Nettles was Masonic District 1973, 1974, new member, Christmas January 18 and also voted to marriage an event of December Brannenwas 4, the 30 Kuests. the prospective groom, and
; awarded the trophy for the and 1975. Presently he is Dis party and monthly business continue the Sunday greetersat was honored at a bridesmaid's Among the out of town Mrs. Olin Parrish of Lake
"Shriner of the Year" at the trict Grand Master of the church
Deputy meeting Tuesday morning in service. brunch on Saturday given by guests were: Mrs. Jerry Butler.
annual Christmas party and the 8th Masonic District and Names were drawn for presented the
the church and Fellowship new Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. Lawson,Waycross, Ga., sisterof The hostesses
'- dinner Saturday night at the also Worth Patron of StarkeNo. groupsand election of officers Carl Hurst and Mrs. H.M. the honoree; Mrs. Mike honoree with the pitcher to
.t Woman's Club. 224 OES. He is also a Hall.Mrs.. A.J. Eaves presidedover held. The officers will be Hatcher,Jr.at the home of the Nichols,Gainesville,sister in her chosen crystal as a
+)! Nettles is president-elect oft member of the No. 1 unit of the business meeting installed in January.A latter on East Call street. law of the honoree; Miss memento of the occasion.
the Starke Shrine Club and Morocco Temple, ,the Motor Christmas program, Miss Nichols was given a Valerie Pabst, Tampa; Mrs. Mrs. John C. Greene and
also belongs to the Gainesville cycle Escorts,"He Rides That Rex Bailes, Jr. under Mrs.Richard Little was corsage of holly and red Jack Brannen Lake Butler, Mrs. George Pierce assistedin
Shrine Club and Morocco Others May Walk. presented with Mrs. Richard berries. mother of the prospective serving.
p- Temple. While riding with the $163 was donated by the Celebrates 7th Odom, Mrs. Randy Newland, The dining tables
Thunderjets motorcycle unit nobles and ladies to the Mrs. Greg Morgan and Mrs. covered with embroideredand were UDC Has Annual Christmas Luncheon .
of the Gainesville Shrine Club J.T. Carver
Shriners Crippled Children's taking part.
cut work linen cloths. The
._he was awarded the "George Hospital in Greenville, S.C. Birthday Dec. 2 Following the business bride elect's table The Methodist Fellowship arrangements of holly and
1i Tillman Gung Ho" trophy for for a Christmas party for the meeting and program the centered with a bride doll Hall was the setting for the fruit.i
"Best Participation" in 1975. patients. McDonald's was the settingfor members and guests went into encircled with red berries W.T. Week's chapter of the The honor guests were Mrs.
Nettles is Past Master of During the evening Presi- a birthday celebration Fellowship Hall for a silver tray. The other dining on a UDC annual Christmas A.M. Monroe, state presidentfrom
Bradford Lodge No. 35, Past dent C.F. Bateman presentedthe Thursday for Rex Lee Bailes, reception honoring the new tables had luncheon on Wednesday, Leesburg, Mrs. Albert (
Elbert Nettles District Instructor for the 8th trophy to Mr. Nettles. Jr. on his seventh anniversarywhich member, Mrs. J.C. Dukes. holly and red centerpieces berries in silver of December 1. Miller, first vicepresidentand
fell December The tea table covered Mrs. A.G. Hardman dis-
on 3. was holders. Place cards marked The luncheon was served by '
Wishbone Fried Chicken In Lake ButlerIs DUPLICATE BRIDGE A McDonald cake and cokes with a green net cloth over Mrs. A.J. Eaves and Mrs. trict director, of Jacksonville. l
CLUB RESULTSDr. were served and the guests green satin and centered witha Henry Godwin assisted by The guests were introduced by >
Sponsoring A enjoyed a game. Each child red rose centerpiece. Mrs. ,. Mrs. Elzie Sanders, Mrs. the President, Mrs. Guy Salev- {
and Mrs. Jim received a nut cup treat and O.L. Haynes, Jr. was in fIf u/Xr r V a fi Curtis Sanders and Miss and each gave short talks on
BEE-LINE FASHION SHOW Mmesinger were the winning party favor. charge of the reception. 34 Norma Canova, hostesses.The the importance of a Children's
couple at Duplicate Bridge Guests were: Michael members and guests enjoyedthe Mr. and Mrs.Tim White of long U-shaped tables Confederacy. Mrs. Lester
December 11. 1916 Between 1 And 4 P.M. Tuesday night. Dolly Kunig Crawford Jeffery Davis, occasion. Pascagoula Miss announce were covered with red and Crews gave the invocation.
the birth of a son,Wesley Earl
and Jeff Wrenshall were Kelly Julie and Kathy Jack green cloths centered at In- Thirty members enjoyedthe
Some merchandise reduced 30% second and Mr. and Mrs. Ed son, Todd and Lee Manning, COUNTRY CLUB born Dec. 4. Maternal grand- tervals with hurricane lamp occasion
third. Lisa and Robert Pittman, CHRISTMAS PARTY parents are Mr. and Mrs.
A '25 Gift Certificate Will Be Given Away. Wainwright were Wayne, Jr. and Becky The annual Starke Golf and Charles P. Sapp of Lawtey
Addison, BB Rogers, Melanie Country Club Christmas and paternal grandparentsare
Come By And Do Your Last Minute Christmas Shopping! Mr.and Mrs. Charles Fieldsof Turner, Robbie Barker and 11 dinner and party will be held Earl White of Crossroads,
Jacksonville visited Mrs. adults. Wednesday, Dec. 14, at 6:30: Miss and Voncille White of
PUBLIC I INVITED I T.rHn J.H. Fields on Sunday. Beaumont, Texas.
Ronda BryantCelebrates p.m.Every family should bring a

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lA' The Board of Directors will from 10 a.m. to 3 there
II BirthdayRonda meet Thursday, Dec. 9, at 7 will be free blood pressure
( ; p.m. at the club house. testing in front of the Winn-

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Priscilla Stalnaker Shower HonoreeMiss -- -------
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Laine With --
Honored --
I Joy Two PartiesMiss psr6ona/S -- -----------
and his
Priscilla Stalnaker. Joe Thornton Mrs. Jerald Mrs. Mable Whisler of E.L. Matthews
Laine, Dec 17 with electric complimented at a bridal Mrs. H.B. McLendon of
Joy an ice crusner. Baldwin and Mrs. Elva Is sister.
bride-elect, was honored at a iron and corsage by her shower on Friday, Nov. 19. honor 1 bride-elect was Unionville Iowa visitingher Orlando returned Saturday
bridal shower McRae. John Currie of Jacksonville brother-in-law and sister
by Miss Nancy Brannen at a cruise
miscellaneous shower Nov hostesses memento of the given three week's
on as a from a
of last week at The punch table and cake of the John Currie Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews.
17 given by Mrs. Hazel Paulk occasion. and Miss Janet Brannen at the Thursday night Memory aboard the Royal Viking Star,
and Mrs. Ervin Andrews at Among the guests were Mrs. home of the latter in Lake the Pine Level Baptist Church lace table were cloths both over covered burgundylinen. with Institute gave a course at the for ten days. starting in Fort Lauderdale,
the home of the latter onEdward's O.M. Yarborough, mother of Butler. Fellowship Hall. home of Dr. and Mrs. Harry through the Panama
The punch table was Weaver
Road. the honoree Mrs. Mildred Games were played and Hostesses were Mrs. Bishop Gruen Saturday with six Mrs. Emma Rene Canal, and ending in San
Mrs. Mark Moody centered with a crystal punch of W. Madison Street has
prizes awarded to the Myrick guests attending. several
The Thanksgiving themewas Jetstone mother of the Francisco.They spent
prospective WilliamT. encircled with fern and Weldon'sapartment
Mrs. Isabel Lee Mrs. bowl moved into Gladys
winners. the West
carried in the and on
out Mrs. sightseeing
party groom
Mrs. A.B. Whitehead florets. The cake table Mr. and on N. Walnut
rooms. The refreshment table Carrie Edwards grand The refreshment table was Smith pink Mrs. A.S. Harrison Coast before returning home
was centered with an mother of the prospective covered with a gold lace cloth Mrs. Leonard Moore was centered with an and grandson Richard Street.
of fall flowers. and centered with magnolia Mrs. Jimmy Thornton, Mrs. epergnette with pink candles Harrison spent the weekend in
arrangement Games and groom. arrangements.Miss and pink burgundy and white Atlanta visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Jay Moseley Local admittances to Brad
were enjoyed
prizes awarded to the guests. ---- Lame was presented a Henry Strong, II flowers. The gift table and Charles Meyers and attendedthe of Knoxville Tenn. are ford County Hospital this
book table were covered J.H. Moseleyand include Jimmie Simmons -
Mrs. week :
Miss Lame was presented Miss Laine was pressure cooker by her guest rehearsal dinner and visiting
hostesses and corsages were Celebrates with white linen cloths over wedding of their grandson Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams Mrs. Evelyn Henry
given to the honoree and her pink linen. The guest book Russell Meyers to Valerie this week. Mrs Laurenza Levesque.
mother Mrs. O.M. table held an arrangement of Boyer. Mrs. Jackie Hall Mrs. Nitaya
SPECIAL SALESinger Yarborough along with Mrs. 1 1st BirthdayHenry pink flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Park John Godwin Frank
Carrie Edwards grand- Games were played by the Brad Hamilton spent last Barksdale Humboldt Tenn. Strickland, James Haisten,
mother of the prospective Allen Strong, II, 53 guests during the party week with his grandmother, are spending this week in Mrs.Jessie Lazenby Mrs. Ur-
hours 7:30: and 9.39: ( and Starke and Hampton Lake sel Thornton Richard
has been groom.Outoftown. whose first birthday fell on p.m. Mrs. W.H. Thomson in
guests were December 1 celebrated the prizes awarded. Tallahassee. with relatives. Wheeler Jr. and James
sewing machines for 126 years. Which Nettles of Starke
Mrs. Barbara McLeod sister occasion on Saturday Dec.-4, .
meanswhenwehavea sale of the bride-elect Mrs. Carrie - - - - - - --
ti 4 ,you get more at a party given by his ,
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Edwards of Starke and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. t y
than a great price.You get a great machine.: parents Henry Know ;
Steve Brannen of Wellborn. Strong, Sr. of Lawtey. cJDiJ IJou-
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ii'_ Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Weldon was carried out in the decorations Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey Sr. -_. Q' .
and on the cake. of Tucker Ga. were Monday
and daughters of Bushnellwere _
;.. Monday visitors of Mrs. Seven little friends helped to evening dinner guests of Mr. --- r
NOWS19995IOK : celebrate the occasion. and Mrs. J.E.
Hardy. '
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daughter of Mrs. W.E. Martin '
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I Local Woman Views Life.. In. Ecuadorian SettlementRetired County Considering i'\

schoolteacher "The misslonaires teach "They're moving farther and '"They weren't fierce at All kinds of familiar foods
Frances Hamilton of Starke, them and then turn the farther back from where the all," she said. "I found them are available in Quito, Mrs.
Just back from a month's stay churches over to the natives," people are. The area is kept quite Christianized." Hamilton said, but there were New Phone
In Ecuador, says people may Mrs. Hamilton said. "After well-sprayed for insects, and She said most of the Indians several dishes new to her: SystemCallers
think of" the country as a that, they (the missionaries) they aren't a problem. I know live in thatched huts with no papaya,a fruit somewhat like
"jungle, but that she learned have no authority in the have small lions cantaloupe and manioc, the
they and water or electricity. They
lot and trying to reach Monday's meeting. The) board ooard if they wished.
a thoroughly enjoyed church whatsoever. For this but I never saw wash their clothes and bathein root of a small tree which
monkeys courthouse workers and offi- had received letter from Dr.
her a bid from
stay there. the like sweet The -Accepted a $3,713
reason, Wicliff mission- them, she said. nearby streams, she said. tastes potatoes.
Mrs. Hamilton left cials find the John E. Boysen, Health and Baldwin Chevrolet for a
Nov. 2, aries are welcome in areas "I did see one boa The missionaries' houses do missionaries eat lots of beef, may process
flying to Quito by jet and then where other missionariesaren't constrictor skin, though. One have electricity, although the and everyone eats a lot of rice. simpler if the county decidesto Rehabilitative Services pickup truck to be used in
to smaller go ahead and install a Health Program Director, Zoning Department
a town, Limon ," she said.Youngsters of the each Throughout her trip, Mrs.
neighbors of the people I lights go off at 9:30: night
Cocha switchboard to saying Boysen was "highly
: by DC-10 ("the ones that Hamilton said she was "so
was with the Mrs. Hamilton explained
they used in the war," she just learning to snake.staying caught afford to impressed with the replace its present individual impressed" with Rubin's -Agreed to hold its January
The settlement can't
laughs) where the Wicliff read and write are taught in skin was 20 feet the missionaries' utter devotionand phones. work in Citrus and Levy, and meeting on the second
settlement is located. their native Indian language long and 22 Inches around and have someone man committment to God." Although still in the early recommending him highly for Monday (Jan. 10)) instead of
when I exclaimed all the time. Someof
Mrs. Hamilton was in through the second grade, and over it, the generator the She agreed that few people talking stages, the switch- the position.In the first Monday of the month,
Ecuador to visit with Mark are taught Spanish at the man, of course said, 'You the buildings in village could the friends, board has caught the fancy of another Health Depart- as the first Monday is a
left from give
have have roofs
to tin up
the over
ought seen that
and Phyllis Newell, who work same time. By the time they used Shell Oil families and high style of county officials, both becauseit ment matter, Darell O'Nealwas holiday
enter the got away. I almost got to buildings by would be less to head the with
there as missionaries. Mrs. third grade, they are expensivethan approved -Planned to meet
back when it living we enjoy here to work in
bring it to the United Company was a
Newell is the daughter of Mrs. expected to know enough States because he in the several an unfamiliar country the present system, and Mosquito Control program In county employees to deter-
W.E. Martin, who lives near Spanish to absorb the all- wanted to drilling area also because it would provide place of the late Jack mine which of two health insurance
Lawtey. Spanish lessons that are have the skin finished here. years ago. several convenience features. Trawick O'Neal has been as- plans they prefer.
from That would have been a sighton in the courthouse sistant to Trawick. Insurance (
The missionaries, who live taught the third gradeon. Everyone The county pays
in settlements with the the plane, she added l1Q9Q 9119 1JQ9QWq,119 l1Q'Sanlt'S would be reachable by dialingone While speaking to the board, costs for all employees, and ""'1 J
Indians, are from the Wicliff Students complete While in observed Ecuador, Mrs. main number, which O'Neal got into a discussion of the employees pay the cost of
Bible Translators, who elementary school in the Hamilton the Mailbag would cut the number of county dog-control procedureswith insurance for their dependents -
translate the Bible into native village,but have to go to Quito lifestyles of several Indian circuits needed for the court- newly-elected com .
Indian tongues and Spanish, and attend boarding school tribes, including the Peeking into Santa's mailbags, the Telegraph got. a house from 20 to eight. The missioner Maxie Carter, Jr., -Decided to advertise for a
the official language of when they reach high school Cotacachi, Otovalan, Cayapasand glimpse of the following letters: switchboard, console, which is attending his first meeting as bid for a 1976 model road
Ecuador. After living with the age, said Mrs. Hamilton. Aucas. about the size of three regular a board member. Carter, who grader. The county is lookingfor
Indians long enough to learn Mrs. Hamilton said the Recalling" "Gates of "Dear Santa: telephones, would have ex- works for Florida Power & a 12G caterpillar motor
the language, the animals and life more Splendor, a book she read tensions to the various offices. Light, was recently attackedby grader with less than 1,000
missionaries return to Limon primitive than the one she's several years ago which tells Would you please bring me racing cars and racing This alone would eliminate four dogs in a yard as he attempted hours on it.Approved.
used didn't of the murder of five truck and and rod and real and $9,000 in to read electric nomination of
Cocha and translate the Bible to really bother guiter a toy police car per year equipment an the
into the language they have her."There missionaries by the Aucas in and Jaws game and can I come live with you and pet rental costs.In meter. Robert Scott of Lawtey by
just learned. really weren't all the 1950's, Mrs. Hamilton said your Reindeers? Oh? and I want a get off my back addition, a person talkingon O'Neal said a program Zoning Director L.M. Gaines
that many animals," she said she didn find the tribe turtle racer, too. Santa, you can have the Christmas a courthouse extension would have to be worked out to the Bradford County Zoning
frightening decorations in my window." would hear a "beep"in his ear to pick up dogs that have Board.
when another caller was bitten people. Although health Approved the closing of a
Boyd Phillips,Starke trying to reach him. When he regulations require such dogsto platted unused street in the
finished his conversation, the be held and observed for 10 Deerwood subdivision. The
GIVE YOUR BOY SUZUKI GO-FER.TM 75.OR TS 75. "Dear Santa, second caller would auto- days, the county has no closing was at the request of
I'LL GIVE HIM A SUZUKI STYLE JACKET FREE. matically be put through animal control program at the developers, LongchampHomes
I want a Hush Lil Baby with her clothes and a swing "This system does every present.In Inc.Advised .
set I also want a car desk so I can learn to write. I thing but serve you a cup of other business, the Floyd Wiggins of
r have been a good girl. Please bring my presents Xmas coffee" marveled one court- board: New River that the board I
morning. house official. -Appointed Carter as an would look at the road in front
The switchboard could also alternate member to the of his home before telling him I''
I love you Santa Claus," tie in other lines, such as thoseof Bradford-Union Guidance to advertise for the change. '
From Misty Fili,Starke the road department and Clinic local board. -Heard a report from civil I
: the vehicle inspection station, -Agreed to tell the Brooker defense director Jerry \1.1.\
1itt. & 11 l1Q &W 119Wl1Q QW enabling all county offices to city council, which is unhappywith Thompson that the new communications 1 1
be reachable with one main the administration of city tower is com- jj
number. recreation funds, to appoint plete Thompson said cost of 'f] t I
Farm Worker Census Set Commission chairman themselves to the recreation the tower was $26 per foot. I j:,'I
George Roberts said cost of

'- -- -'- Mrs. Norma Foray, an ones asked regularly in the the system has not even been I
I : interviewer for the United monthly surveys on em- discussed yet, but that the UGH Passes Test '
% SUZUKI States Bureau of the Census, ployment and unemployment, commission has just started ; ::1
will visitsample households in conducted by the Bureau checking into it. 'I
Starke this area during the week of nationwide for the U.S. Department He said the county is also In-
:: J Of December 13-17, seeking of Labor. vestigating the possibility of For Medicare FundsUnion
information about farm work McWhirter says informa- acquiring a Wide Area Tele-
i:'' ......,.'..;""",.. i... I U. S 301 S. 964-7020 done for pay during the past tion supplied by individuals phone Service(WATS) line for
t year and about migratoryfarm participating in the survey is courthouse use. Such a line General Hospital The hospital receieved
t" "I"vr inuhkv.lel" On hwuli. work.Thomas. kept confidential by law and allows unlimited long distance received an "A-OK" from the approval to follow a utilization -
W. McWhirter, the results are used only to calls for a monthly flat rate. Medicare Medicaid plan for Medicare and !
I SPECIAL TS400 director of the Bureau of the compile statistical totals. Variations on the service inspection team Monday on Medicaid patients from the
$ 1063 | Census Regional Office in Results of the monthly em- allow unlimited long distance the last phase of the necessary Division of Health. The plan b
I Reg. *285 ** Atlanta, says the farm work ployment survey provide dataon calls just in the 904 area code, inspection needed release in calls for all patients admittedto
questions, to be asked by Mrs. conditions in the labor or just in Florida, or whatever excess of $80,000 owed to the the hospital to be placed
Foray, are in addition to the force, prime indicators of the arrangements suit the cus- hospital. under this plan which outlines
-- -- -- ._ .- ---- -- economic health of the tomer's needs. Roberts said Hospital administrator steps for diagnosis of a
I K CTf CTJ CTIi TSifi& country. In October, the the county will first determine Eugene Hardval said the patient, length of stay and
survey revealed that of the whether or not such an hospital was advised "it was type of medical treatment.
95.3 million men and women in arrangement would actuallysave in satisfactory compliance"with Hardval was unsure of how
the civilian labor force, 87.8 any money before ac- the re inspection of its long it would take to receive
: million were employed. The quiring the service. laboratory facilities. the money owed to the
unemployment rate was In its monthly meeting Other phases of the hospital hospital. "It is a bad time of
figured at 7.9 percent, up from Monday the board also hired passed inspection Nov. 23, but the year." said Hardval. .
the 7.8 figure in September, Dr. Jeffrey Rubin to serve as the lab did not. It was "It was a total combined
saei but well below the recession Bradford County Health determined that another effort of the employees." said
Gift ideas for Men fcealf' trfe.9! "percent' her. Directory Rubin, presently'*technician and a pathologistwere HardVal that made the '.
A second quarter of 1975. ft serving as health director in needed, and these were successful inspection possible.
Citrus and Levy counties, will hired before the Monday re Hardval praised the
Oaf' ----- work here on a part time basis inspection. "dedication by an outstanding
1520 OPEN 9.00 To 6:00 Won Sat
also, receiving 40 percent of a Hardval said several items group of people," since Health
\\ 96 From a drugstore ad in the regular salary. must still receive approval America took over as interim
New Shipment Of V Visalia, Calif, Tlme- Rubin who had been inter through the state Division of management firm while
New'StyleI' Delta"New Mouthwash and viewed previously by the Health. awaiting approval of a pur-
Garble. commission, did not appear at chase agreement by the
LEISURE JACKETS ... ____ __ ___ __ _n __. Department of Health
---- ---- -- ---- -- -
Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Education and Welfare.

r &PANTSLeisure & LIVING Inmate Swallows

rx Shirts To Match i (9a Blade
s Christmas TreesSCOTCHPINES \tD

Union County jail inmate
Also A &- 1 4 Earl Tice, in a possible
J ; tJ suicide attempt Monday,
FARAH e 1l dI swallowed a razor blade and
a was taken to Lake Butler
From \ ? Medical and Reception Center
SALE-4.\c\ : h for treatment.
Tice,41, of Lake Butler was
< x-rayed and a foreign objectwas
\ found in his stomach. Tice
: & SPRUCE t'4l q was returned to Union County

1 Rack ., K Jail until it is determined whatis
: 4 necessary to remove
Shirts ,
5'/2 Ft. & Up '
& : foreign object.
i at)
k Sweat said
I Chief Deputy
By Van Heusen & MARKSNowOnly J i .. I; although the prisoner had
$ 95 FREE Bag Off -il.; been searched upon
& Arrow Were '175 89 .. ; .oII. incarceration he apparentlygot

11 Left Fuit' With Each .' ;, '.'.. i'3' = hold of the razor blade

1 RackBROKEN I '- : Tree Purchase "
1 TiA
Boy's Long Navy Fire Control

DRESS SHIRTS Were '89" Now $3946 si We Ship Fruit I Apprentice Technician William Seaman B.

Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs.

I: Orders Must Be Received By :I William E. Carter of 1191
BROKEN SIZES ,--** Johns Drive, Starke, recently
returned from participation in
/2 Price o-1 $5995 r/ = December 11th To Guarantee Christmas Delivery the maritime portion of the
UpTo $12500 1 = major NATO exercises

---------- & '/: 1 44 I "Autumn He is serving Forge '76.as"a crew-

,-; --//I I BROKEN SIZES 1 Rack Of e Bushel $' 0 95 Bushel 1695 USS homeported member Edward aboard in l\Iayport McDonnell the frigate, Fla.,

j : LEISUREJACKETS r Iltlttti flit! - "Autumn Forge" is the title
) ( & of the annual training
:, % [ PANTSSAVE exercises conducted jointly by
'u/ k ) I: ORANGESGRAPEFRUITSTAHGELOS the nine members of the
..\ Up To 28''' Value To <&f\\ His ship took part in two

\\1\U.'t: ) 't i" /J///r; Now $1190 18eo $880 : ( M } f, e f!'1: deployment major events: during"OperationTeam the

v -:; & Work 76" and
FREE $ 9 9 : 'j 1r "Operation Bonded Item."
3 ,,I "Team Work '76" involved
Gift Choose From Wide Selection Of t Bushel | fleet operations In the North
Wrapping Atlantic Ocean, the Entlish
1 1 Channel and the Baltic Sea
Belts Ties Socks 1
and included a major

Thorn McAn E Open Sunday Afternoon Until Christmas 12:30: 6:30Norman's : I I Norway.amphibious landing in

Men's "Bonded Item" was a co-
SHOES ;- Cologne 3> ordinated land, sea and air
Farm operator! which included a
Jovon Musk Oil Grass II!
By Oil major amphibious landing in

'., 40% Monsieur And Brut & Produce Market 4 II i Denmark.Primary objective of the

...:; exercises was to test and
: 4
/ improve the combat pre-
Off Large Selection Of & 617 N. Temple 4 paredness of the allied forcesfor
the defense of Western
I = .
964-6O71 = Europe.A

Levis Straight Legs & Bells & Open JMon-Saf 4ft 1975 graduate of Bradford '
High School, Carter joined the
; Navy in September 1975.
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I Co. D Sets Turkey Dinner Sunday ST. EDWARD'S NEWSMembers Ed Rinnliiiffer Ordained At Mad. St. Church I

11 At Armory For Unit And Families of St. Edward's ;"Trlm-A-Tree" party in the Edward Rlpplinger was charge to the candidate. Kev. >"Now that you're a Deacon"by
Catholic Youth Organizationwho Parish Hall. This tree will be ordained last Sunday at the Hugh Walters, pastor of the Howard B. Toshee.
attended the Christmas enjoyed for the various Madison Street Baptist First Baptist Church of The candidate's wife, Julia
Company D of the Starke Kelly. Christian fellowship evening activities planned throughoutthe Church. ''Raiford and father- Inlaw of also the church organist,
National Guard will hold a Effective January 1, the r. at Gainesville's St. Augustine Christmas season.St. Charles Blalock read the ,the candidate brought the 'stood by her husband as he
turkey dinner for their unit will have a number of i Catholic Student Center on Edward' Altar Societywill scripture and led In prayer. charge to the church. The was being ordained
families Dec. 12 at the armory vacancies in automotive, hold a meeting and The Rev. C.R. Swartz led Members of the family
Dec. 4 were: Clay Gilhooly, pastor ordination prayer was by
with an open house and guest mechanics, welding supply Ji. : Tommy Gumber, Tommy Christmas Party following Jr. asked the candidate a Roger Dansby. present were: Mr. and Mrs.
speaker Post CommanderLTC and other skills and those .. ti ueiCQIQ Meng Donna and John 6:30: p.m. Mass on Dec. 14. number of questions; Jim After the "laying on of the Ramon Dlx, Mr. and Mrs. t
James F. Bloodworth.The interested may obtain Samons. Those attending are requestedto Lawson<< gave the deacon's hands" by all deacons and Cleatus Ward and Mrs. Randy
unit will conduct a additional information by Live bands and singing bring wrapped gifts for testimony and Jerry ministers present the chairman Wilson and Heather of Lake
training session Dec. 11 and 12 visiting the armory or calling groups entertained during the Sunland patients designating Williams, minister :of: music of deacons, Charles Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Leamon
on automotive and radio repair SSG John W. Hersey at 9645320 program conducted by approximate age levels and sang a special number. Scott presented Mr.Rlpplinger Ward of Keystone Heights and
and supply and other or SFC Charles J. Rev Ben Bryant Reverend Father Vincent whether for boy or girl. Mrs. R y. Leaman Ward, the with an Ordination Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walters of
technical training at the Schaefer at 964-6655 evenings. Robbie Shaller is in charge of candidate's the Raiford.
Haut. Refreshments were also uncle brought i Certificate and a.book entitled
armory on Edwards Road. "The local unit has been SUNDAY: Sunday School, Social arrangements for the J
The local unit will re recognized as one of the most 9:45: a,m.: Morning Worship, enjoyed.
organize and re design on outstanding units in the state 11 a.m.; Church Training, 6:15: Following Mass on Dec. 8, evening. -
January 1, 1977 and will in- and this is one reason that p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: the feast of the Immaculate :
crease the number of per- they will be re designed and pm. Conception, the C.Y.O. held a ST.MARK'S !
sonnel authorized and permit granted to increase in MONDAY : Girl's EPISCOPAL CHURCH Williams
more enlistments, said unit strength," said unit member Ensemble, 640; p.m.; Youth George F. Coss, 83 JewelrySTARKE'S
commander CPT Robert L. PSG Joseph N. Warren. Choir, 7pm.TUESDAY. SUNDAY 8:30: a.m. Holy =
On re-organization CPT : Junior Choir, George F. Coss, of Route 2 Eucharist; 9:45: a.m. Church
Robert L. Kelly will be the 3:30: pm.; Adult III Sunday Starke, died' Tuesday School; 11 a.m. Morning -===
"Free-ForAH" unit commander and ISG School Christmas party, leave afternoon Dec. 7, at the Prayer; 2:30: p.m. Padgeant LARGEST QUALITY JEWELER ==
Robert W. Drake will be the from church at 6:30: p.m. Bradford County Hospital. Practice (for all Youth of the
senior NCO.William. WEDNESDAY: Family Born October 14, 1893, in Parish);4 p.m. Inquired Class
Injures ThreeA night supper, 6:15: p.m.; SS Muscatine County, Iowa, Mr. Group Number 2. it
P. ReamesMr. Worker's meeting, G.A.'s, Coss had resided here for four TUESDAY: 7 p.m. Womenof -
Saturday night free-for R.A.'s, Acteens, World years prior to his death. He the Church Meeting; 7:30:
all two in Union Friends and Mission Friends, was a retired farmer and a "Edge of Adventure"
put people William P.Reames,Sr., pm. '
General Hospital and left a age 61, of 755 S. Epperson St., 6:4Sp: .m; Hour of Power, 7:30: member Methodist of the Grace Study Course; 7:30: p.m. T
Church of
third with a fractured jaw. Starke, died at his residence p.m.; Adult Choir, 8:15: p.m. Lawtey. Vestry Meeting. I'4 .
John Charles Todd 29, of Saturday afternoon followinga THURSDAY: Visitation, Survivors include: his WEDNESDAY: 6:30: p.m.
Lake Butler received six stab long illness. 9:30: a.m.; Visitation, 7 p.m. widow, Mrs. Minnie R. Coss; Junior Choir Practice; 7:30:

wounds in a fracas with Born in Jesup,GeorgiaJuly SATURDAY! Bus ministry Starke two sons and, Richard Howard Coss Coss of of pm. Senior Choir Practice. O %
Braxton Doc Moore, 28, and visitation, 8:30: a.m.; Young
22, 1915, he had moved from Palo Alto., Calif. two fcCas*=SaSB*'
his father John L. Moore, 55, Adult II Christmas Party at ;
Baxley,Ga. to Starke 22 years brothers ssaazzSZ. *
Coss and ,
both of Lake Butler. The church, 6:30: pm.MORGAN Floyd Ap00L10pOti
ago. Mr. Reames was an automobile All
Herbert Coss, both of Iowa
Oft EU"\E,
Moores and Todd with his mechanic; a Baptist, and six grandchildren. oU
wife and children, were in and member of the Holmes- ROAD FOR S:

separate directions cars traveling SR 321 in ville Lodge Number 195, F. & BAPTIST held Funeral today (services Thursday,will Dec.be 9)) pIAM011pS o.ta 43pp A11 1I\\, uNOCM'f', '
on c
opposite A. M. in Baxley, Georgia. FOR
Sunday Services: Sunday at 10:30: a.m. in the Grace :
the Bradford-Union Survivors include his wife ,
_ ,
School, 10 a.m., United Methodist Church with -
County line when both cars Ruby C. Reames of Starke Morning In chess, the castle gets the you .arUar/
; Ends
and the ra .
talk Worship Services for the Rev. James R. Hall name rook from the Persian "
stopped mother Fannie S. Reames of
Deaf, 11 a.m.,Training Union officiating. Burial will be ,,Mral
The talk soon turned to argument Starke; four sons, William P. in rukh/ which it said to have !.,, ,,
6:30: the Lake ,.
and a fight started Reames, Jr. and Tommy p.m. Evening Worship, Kingsley Cemetery, meant a warrior. sg 0 alt-
7:30: p.m. with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
near Todd's car Todd Reames, both of Starke, Cur- Wednesday Services: MidWeek Home in charge of a TI V /p irf I* A..
received six deep cuts, one in tis Reames of Keystone 1.000
Prayer Service and arrangements.In
the elbow one on his right Heights, and James C. ::: :: :: :: :::*::::::: :::::: 01stpRfOREk La'-A
and Bible Study, 7:30: p.m., Choir lieu of flowers, donationsmay ::: : :: : :: ::::::::::: :::::: :' r Wa
side, three in the back one Reames of Madison; five
in the backside,before turningon daughters, Mrs. Betty Moodyof Practice, 8:15: p.m. United be Methodist made to Church.the Grace 1> Cfri Of' Thanks :l ..1. .o. G\flS ,

his assailants and Lawtey, Mrs. Mary Luke of ::: SaV@
fracturing the jaw of the Starke, Mrs. Lavenia Judd of FIRST ASSEMBLYOF ,. ;:; .. .,.. .:m.*,,..":::;*,;;::;::: e r. *
younger Moore. John L.Moore Ocala, Mrs. Wanda Quinn of GOD MADISON BAPTIST STREET 10 undredx
received three facial Alamogordo New Mexico, "the happy church" CHURCH IN MEMORYIn Of
Rev. Charles
fractures and was admitted to and Mrs. Ruby Waldron of Hwy UatWcldonSt. Swartz Dollars
the hospital. Hampton; 20 grandchildrenand Starke loving memory of our t\\OOSi
An attempt was made to cut one greatgrandchild.Funeral SUNDAY SERVICES: THURSDAY Visitation, 10 beloved husband and father NONE
Todd's wife Katma 20, when services were held Sunday School10 a.m. a.m., 2 p.m., and 7 p.m.;[ Deacon Lonnie Coleman TOO 8111
she went to the aid of her Wednesday, Dec. 8, in the De- Morning Worship 11a.m. Phoeblan Class Christmas Senior who departed this life ... FROM ,
husband. According to Brad- Witt C. Jones Chapel with the party, 7:30: p.m. December 7, 1965, eleven NINE
ford County Deputy: Don Rev. Curtis Reames and the Eve. Worship 7 p.m. SUNDAY: Sunday School, years ago. Our happiness, our TOO SNAil
Denton. Todd "was bleeding Rev. Jim Black officiating. WEDNESDAYIYouth 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, heartache, and our ;
like a stuck pig, they weren't Interment was in Kingsley meeting 7 p.m. 11 a.m.; Children's Worship, tearshe share them all WII/IANS -
just scratches, they were Lake Cemetery, with Masonic Bible Study 7 p.m. 11 a.m.; Church Training, 6:15: with us sometimes. At the end -
cuts." Rites conferred at the Pastor Robert Harden p.m..; Evening Worhsip, 7:30pm. : of our rainbow, at the end of 1111 of Sjrlln9, \ JEAyEIRY
Bradford deputies are graveside. Welcome one and all I life's' span. He'll be there to T1ils,, Is Oat HAS -
TUESDAY Morning Bible THFN
still investigating the cause of :
meet us. That wonderful man, .. EasinessnB1 \ All.
Studay, 10 a.m.WEDSESDAYI
the and
fracas no charges husband and father. 'lilt
William Norwood 1 I Oa
have been filedService. FlRSTCHRISTlASCIIURCII SS Council I tlilsnk,
Meeting. 6:30: p.m.; Youth fattt\\le
Mrs. Coleman
Josephine wife
Mr. William Karl (Willie) Jim Love,Minister Choir Practice,7:30: p.m.; Mid and children oU.t\ft'\ these
Men Norwood, age 15, died Sunday: Sunday school, 9:45a.m. : week Prayer Service, 7:30p.m. : SPEc JEchtlslmes
suddenly in Keystone Heights .; morning service, 10:45: .; Adult Choir Practice, \\.b AtHeRciHo

Friday evening. Born in a.m.; youth group, 6 p.m.; 830; p.m.FIRST. CARD OF THANKS =- : A.a EAR
M\RISEPFC WHITNEY Waldo, August 4, 1961, he wasa evening worship,7 p.m.; choir tofTls9'"
Olt I
COMPLETES: TRAINING Heights sophomore High School at and Keystone was a practice, 8pm.Wednesday PRESBYTERIAN The family of James O. FREE

member of the track team. He night: Bible CHURCH Sullivan who passed OM.. hams' '
Marine Private First Class: was a member of the study, 8 p.m.SIYRNA Nov. 28 Ocala wish to than 11. E.uU.. 8 00FEE
Lawrence H. Whitney'son of Hunday; Sunday School their family and friends for
Mr.and Mrs. William Whitneyof Community Church. 9:30: a.m., morning worshiP' Patehou A
their kind of
Survivors include his, BAPTIST CIIL'RCIJElder expressions sympathy 00
2205 Haistens Drive, Starke Ufa m. Dr. Aaron N. Meckel!I and for the beautiful Includes
parents,Mr. and Mrs. JimmieK. '
has been meritoriously promoted of Penney Farms will bring flowers and delicious food. earr/ngs
Norwood of Keystone; pat-
to his rank the
present : ernal grandparents, Mr. and I "On the search for a We wish to thank the Rev.
upon graduation from recruit Choir practice Thursday V Ben Bryant from First
: Mrs. W.M. Norwood of Waldo friendly church?
training at the Marine Corps ; 7:30: p.m.
Baptist Church who conductedthe Williams
three sisters, Mrs. Nancy
Recruit Depot, Parris Island, Jewelry
Ketch of Waldo, Donna and I Welcome to Smyrna GRAHAM: BAPTIST service and the entire staffof .p!' s
S.C.He Archer Funeral Home.
both of
received the early Sandra Norwood Key- Rev.James Starling STARKE'S LARGEST
stone. Sunday School, 10 am.; QUALITY JEWELER \2
for his \
performance promotion during superior all I Funeral services were held I Morning' Worship, 11 a.m.; SUNDAY: :Sunday School, Guy Sullivan and family; 144 W. Call St. 964.7064 W .
phases of the 11-week training, Sunday, Dec. 5, at 3 p.m. in i B.T.S., 5:45: p.m. Evening 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11, Thelma Milliken and family;
cycle, which emphazied i the Community Church with i Worship, 7 p.m.REVIVAL a.m.; Training Union, 6 p.m.; Hilda Griffith and family
the Rev. Thomas P. Poston, December 6- Evening Worship, 7 p.m. I
discipline physicial and conditioning teamwork.self- officiating. Interment was in i 12. Dinner Sunday and The WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week &9Q 9 9 &W9 W &9&W9 9 &9& 9 &

He joined the Marine Corpsin Keystone Heights Cemetery. 'Gospel Commuters will sing. Prayer Service, 7:30: p.m.
:Members of the Keystone
April 1976 Heights Sophomore class .... Extra Clean Cars 4$
served as honorary pallbearers Mark Olin
DeWitt C. Jones ft*

G. L. Sapp 74 Funeral the arrangements Home was in chargeof : cauuu AUTO : f V 4

Funeral services will be SALES
held at 2 p m. today} Liza Carroll, 77 (W( C1 B (r! [!E .
(Thursda)'. Dec. 9)) for G.L. Plays
Sapp. H. who died suddenlyIonday :Mrs. Eliza Ann Carroll, 77 Y 1976 MONTE 1 74 DELTA I o; .. ::.';; ::: 1975
:\ night. Dec. 6, at his of Starke, died Mondayafternoon CARLO 88 ROYAL & .
home on Baless: l Highway. at the Bradford = Black Landau Tape Deck. Tilt Wheel. n \ Suzuki ft*
A retired correctional 1 County Hospital following a Do 14.000 Miles Vinyl Top Green 4 Door._ 4
officer from Florida StatePrison lengthy illness.
:Mr Sapp was a lifelong Born July 25, 1899, in Leon $4995 $2995 ID t Ei..ll.irt Santa 45t9
resident of BradfordCounty County Florida, Mrs. Carroll c '
had resided here since 1968. &; Walltl.a

Survivors include thewidow She was the widow of the late a 1975 SUPER CAB DATSUN PICKUPS /

:Mildred Bennett Sapp i, William W. Carroll, and a = .
Starke. A/M F 'M. 6 Cyl. 1972.73.74.75 With t $650
one son HudoiphSapp member of the Ft Braden .
Starke; two sisters: Pentecostal Holiness Church II Automatic P/S AIC Some Automatic IIL Again1vt
Sarah Alvarez and Susie of Tallahassee. .
Edwards! both of Gainesville; Survivors include two
two brothers: William Sapp>, brothers, :Noah; W Allen and: $3695 Fra$1495Uaa! & ft*
Gainesville and Kllery: Sapp Walter Allen both of :
Jacksonville and three Tallahassee and several n He Has Homes Specially Reduced
grandchildren. nieces and nephews.Graveside M1975 PL Y.VALIANT
Services will be held in services will be u 1974 FIREBIRD S' t' '. ':
Northside Baptist Churchwith held at 3 p m Friday in the 4 Door Automatic Formula 400 AM/FM .a : For Christmas. ft*
the pastor. Rev JamesCowart. Ft. Braden Cemetery in Leon = Transmission 8
officiating. Burialwill County Florida with the Rev. Q: Air Condition Tape Air Condition *
be in Dyal Cemetery. Neil Faircloth officiating De Sharp Car I: Buy Now And Be Living In Your
Hew ell & Sons (FuneralHome Witt C.Jones (Funeral Home is 19a

of Jacksonville was in in charge of local : $2995 : = $
charge of arrangements. arrangements. $3895 t Christmas Present This Holiday Season
1973 OLDS VISTA & ta| MMH|| *
Cliarle Hawkins Herman ie
E.Jones 67 ,

Charles E. Hawkins Sr., 63, Herman Jones, 67 died ie Elect. Windows. Locks C20 t Check These Christmas S
died at his home in HamptonMonday Saturday night in Avon Park ie leicals :;
after an extended IIafter a brief illness. Stereo 3 Seater Automatic 8 Air 2C
ness. He was born in Lake Butler t
A member of the 2nd and had lived in Avon Park : : 197612x70 Used 12x56 24x60 ;
Presbyterian Church of for the past seven years, $2480 $3695

Chattanooga. Tenn., he had where he owned and operateda 1t t: I I..f"., lath & / ,
resided in Hampton for a grocery business. lie was a M oublewide 41
2 Jri
1974 OLDS OMECAm. .
past 12 years.Survivors member of the First United 1972 FORD Sfftf I.4M.4 T. rl M
include his wife Methodist Church. 0 PICK-UP Hatch Back Automatic rt 4

Mrs. Vertis Hawkins of Survivors include his I U Transmission Air 7 $'8100 $3995 .",. Brtk. & /' ::1
Hampton, four sons; CharlesHawkins widow Mrs. Wavy Jones of 6 Cyl. Straight Stick Conditioning 15.000 Car. ,
Jr. John A. Avon Park; one step. C Miles Extra Clean Car II ii r
Hawkins Ricky Hawkins and daughter, Mrs. Dorthy M. 0 I!
James Hawkins all of Hicks of Avon Park and one ; c1'1"jO :
Hampton one daughter, Mrs. step-son, William Miller of $1795 $2895 $ i 94

Deborah McKmny. n'Sebring; ; three sisters, Mrs. SinglawitUlcpos> For '250" Down
I three sisters Mrs. HelenHardy. Yolande Loadholtz and Mrs. 1971 Y.W a +TO 4

Mrs Margaret Lewis Corinne Brannen, both of 1965 PLY Priced At '4449 iti. tit rf rwiiik 4 !
both of Rossville. Ga., andMrs Jacksonville, and Mrs. Ie. SUPER BUG m 4
: Jimmy Eldrige of Natalie Driggers of Lake
Ilixson. Tenn. and four Butler; 3 grandchildren and 3 (
grandchildren. $ 4
"jI.::0\: great grandchildren. W 3 0000 Ai"2'i5'; :

h. (Funeral services were held Funeral services were held
Wednesday, Dec. 8, in ArcherMemorial Monday in the Chapel of Olii's
Chapel with Rev.Laurie Archer Funeral Home of Lake Mobile Home J
!McKinney officiating.Burial Butler with the Rev. Melvon :
was in Santa Fe Owen officiating Interment : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS '

Cemetery with Archer was in Dekle Cemetery, under Hwy 100 Stap 964-5606 FHA 19I
Funeral Home of Starke in the direction of Archer "K 473-4470 & 473-4078 Financing Available On New Homes .

charge of arrangements. Funeral Home. Q9a 9 W .
-tc & 9 &9&W9 9 Q9Q
Extra Claan Car *+ Q9
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News From 'StrawberryRow'Indicates 1'\1'\'


Starke Was Bustling Center In 1899Seventyseven r

Starke years ago the strawberry man gets the A Ensey and Sanderson,
was promoted as "The
cash,which more than pleases whose office is No. 2
Strawberry City of Florida" in him on !
an article written by S.F. rr Strawberry Row, are doing a

Gardiner, an early real estate "1 am now satisfied, said a large business this year.

agent and enthusiastic boosterfor Boston man to his brother (1 Mr.
E.M. Thomas is
this area. that Starke is the only his
pace conducting strawberry
in the state it ,
pays us to
As published in the April 27, stop at because they can'tproduce business under the awning in
1899 issue of the Florida berries elsewhere in % 1E front of Phillips Store.

Weekly Advocate, the sufficient quantities to pay us
Something over 75 men are
Gardiner article proclaimed: to stop over."Continuing. in the
employed daily
"That the soil of the eastern .
branches of the
portion of Bradford County is they all agreed different rM. an
business here
more especially adapted to that the vicinity of Starke was strawberry
the production of strawberriesthan their only certainty for their The late Ossle Cason. long-time prominent strawberry
of Mr. Charles Martindale has grower, holding a crate of Bradford berries in the days before
other supply
portions of the early berries, and
state, there is now no questionof that much larger quantities been engaged for the past few plastic mulching when beds were covered with a mixture of
weeks repairing zinc wire and pine needles.
a doubt could be used than can be had
for the """I
here. They can raise berries refrigerator pans
"Accounts of the straw they all admitted, in localities Association.The FORESTRY B IS-Bb1SChorue '

berry growers kept by the south of here, but it is now a Chuck Weber '
banks of Starke show that an well established fact that they Truby and Thomas ConeertSetFor
immense amount of can't make it them. Refrigerator Co is doing a BRADFORD COUNTY County l Forester
money pay IIIN
has been distributed this large business here. It is said Sat., Dec. 11

season to men, women, and "The above facts being now that their new cars are a great
children who work in that conceded, our growers should improvement over those of The Bradford High School-

interest. Railroads, banks, take on new life and make this SEEDLING PACKET Even the owner's cutting Bradford Middle Chorus
stores, hotels, in fact every the great strawberry center, 1898.Mr. SALE) The Gainesville policy makes a difference concert has been changed
interest reaps a harvest from as Starke is already known as Stilley has accepted a District of the Division of how long the cutting contract from the BHS auditorium to
our strawbery crop. The Strawberry City of position in the Fruit Growers Forestry will conduct its may run, whether payment the middle school gym, but is
Florida. Association. annual seedling packet sale must be by lump-sum or per still set for Saturday, Dec. 11,

"The number of again this winter, probably in cord whether he insists on at 7:30: p.m.
commission men (we used to "Let our capitalists buckleon Mr. R.S. Fernandez has the first week of January. short-truck hauling, and so on. The combined middle school

term them, but now actual their armor, see their own Miss America of 1969 first In a long series of reigning beauty business.embarked in the crate making Packets will contain eight All these factors and more choruses, consisting of 91

buyers), who are here interests, and assist the queens to visit the Bradford County Fair, enjoys a tasty dish of seedlings of desirable shade- go into the price that the tree- voices, will perform first,
bespeak the interest our laboring man in fostering an this area's favorite dessert, homemade strawberry shortcake. Manager Hull of the Fruit trees species. grower can expect, and thereis singing Christmas selectionsand

berries attract 'from industry that benefits us all Growers Association informsus Sale points will include Lake no textbook formula for other selections. They will
northern cities. The hotel man alike, and has proven for the most certain and best paying So busy was Starke during that their refrigeratorshave Butler and Starke, as well as figuring it all out. be followed on the program by
is pleased to meet them and past ten years here to be the crop that can be produced." berry season in 1899 that The been thoroughly over other cities in Alachua and !Many timber owners judge the combined high school

Advocate ran a special hauled and are carrying O.K. Putnam Counties. the current market by its high choruses, with 40 voices, per-

column of news, "Down on Not a word of complaint has point a few years ago, with its forming several somewhatmore
Strawberry Row," describingthe NAVAL STORES: The U.S sophisticated and diffi-
been heard about them.If stories about sales at $45 per
Forest Service has advised cult numbers.In .
activities of growers and cord. But this overlooks a fact
shippers. "Strawberry Row" that there will be a Naval that farmers have lived with addition a special
was the area around the a person thinks Starke is a Stores Conservation Program for centuries there are good number will be presented by a
dead town just let him go (NSCP) for 1977. It will be f
shipping platform at the depot selected small group. They
times and bad, and can't "
which was located in those down to the wharf about train similar to the 1976 program, you will perform the rock number
always wait to sell
Can Carter Deliver? days along the railroad tracks time. (End quote.) and details will be publicized your crop "Higher and Higher" Fayon '", I

between Call and Madison What do I think Well, I Hawkins is featured soloist for I
And berries in
Streets. grew large FOREST FIRE FIGURES: don't know. But there are the number. '
those days, too, according to Last about
year 279.000 acresof
A new administration with a bold careful planning. lie is described as a The following items are the following item from the forest and wildland were some encouraging signs. Admission to the program is

leader who will act boldly and decisivelyto man who is "tight with money personally from "Strawberry Row" in April 20, 1899 issue: burned by wildfires. This is from Pulpwood the slump prices that have began risen in 50 cents for students and$1 for

dial with the nation's problems is the politically, and in his own the April 5, 1899 issue of The slightly over one percent of ]1975 and have stabilized. adults. P\
prediction for the course of events business." : "Last week Mr. Haislop, a the private and stateownedarea I
Something over 110 bushelsof truck farmer living north of protected by the Divisionof -
following inauguration of Jimmy Carter strawberries were shipped this city, brought a quart of Forestry.The .
next January. If these predictions are true, it seems from this point Wednesday.The berries that packed 32 berriesto "The Highest Quality. .
two of >
that Mr. Carter's stamp on Washington"will the quart. We thougth these major causes '
Cloud and Lady wildfires were lightning ((11 Lowest Priced.
And true in the case of be to deliver carefully worked out were large .
as was Thompson berries seem to be berries but we percent) and people. Of the 89
President Franklin Roosevelt's first administration legislation with an innovative touch; and bringing the fancy prices this find that Mr. Pete Snowdencan percent caused by people, Custom Home in I IAmerica"

it will take bold and programs prepared, not for the short season. boast of having picked a two-thirds were the result of ,

with disturbing or as mere stopgap measures, but quart that packed only 26 carelessness-particularly in p
imaginative measures cope range Over 25 commission men berries. Snowden takes the smoking and debris burning Q2, -<-/
I statistics that indicate the for the long-range future. are in the city.County. cake!" The rest were caused by wue.aNnNOn".tmo.n, ,""

plucky Georgian will have to deal with arson, which is always the

the same problems that have beset The prediction is that the American South's greatest single fire

, President Ford during his first two people can expect to see effects of the problem and greatest waste of

! years in office: a faulty economy, "Carter touch" from the moment he Agents 'By timber i0? IIti.

i floundering on the shoals of unemployment takes over in January somewhat in TIMBER: PRICES: "How's

: and inflation. We can only the pattern of Roosevelt's famed "first Notebook Bobby l 1' pulpwood doing now?" This r1jai_
starts a lot of
S deals with them ninety days. :
hope that Carter more Taylor '41 conversations. What it meansis
I than his predecessor. A.
successfully .: "What is the price of
w And according the latest!? figure; on 1'1 one 9615'; d.... ) timber, where is it going and l-lW-i. llM.liM.-HlH.M I

The unemployment rate for inflation and unemployment we.*
November was a shocking 8.1 percent, that the nation needs and is ready for The number of acres of There are two other items, wait ON YOUR iGO/

the highest reported in a year. In termsof Mr. Carter if he can deliver as his past tobacco being grown in about tobacco that are to Mr.important A lot of things enter into \i. CRAFTSMEN CUSTOM DESIGNED
record indicates that he and will. Bradford County has decreased now according that. First, the trees HOME
this that last month, can MAKE THEM
people, means the last few Carver and ASCS. The first is themselves .
during species age. .
just prior to the holiday season{ when years. Part of the decreasewas a tobacco referendum that size, condition, growth rate 13.5O1?'
business should be the best of the year, caused to the grower be- will be held in the ASCS officein and number of stems per acre. COMPLETE
Everybody Happy? and the Agriculture Building on \,,1 RAPID
there 7.8 million people actively cause cost producing ,
were curing have risen steadily North 301 in Starke on December Then there is the sale area CONSTRUCTION 1" L'';'A'IRIAS H, I,.1"e-c' NSTA, I;N'.".Mti
looking for jobs, but could not find them. during this time. 16th. Tobacco where, how large, how TECHNIQUES. ... '. ( ,1Nn ON'NC ANPt,AT

Apparently, our Brooker readers growers will vote whether accessible how dry or wet. y. .. "'.".'u"(..''.'PET..C. .. ".

To make matters worse, the wholesale were well satisfied with recent Most growers felt that they they want to continue the .. .. '" '

price index, which will eventually affect explanations of why garbage rates were either had to rent allotmentsand price support and quota Then there's the buyer NOBEL
grow more acres to cut program for another three how badly he needs various
retail prices rose six-tenths of one percent to be increased in that town. For when H0_M11 1s
down overhead for growingand years. kinds of timber, how much he
in November, for the third consecutive the city council met last week to discussthe curing each acre, or not has to pay for fuel, what pricehe
monthly increase. their tobacco at all. The other item is the for the wood he
large situation, not a single resident grow announcement recently that can expect R. T. Lovorn Realtor
cuts, and even his estimate of
appeared to ask questions or speak for Several have now tobacco quotas for the 1977 .
growers the market six months or L iwrenv-e Blvd Keystone
Although Mr. Carter is expected to or against the hike. decided that they will expandif crop will be reduced by 12 more from now. 473-3254-473
move boldly in meeting these they can lease and transfer percent. You can call !Mr.

challenges once he is inaugurated, it is Prior to the action just taken, all gar allotments from their Carver at 964-6548, or visit the
to their farm. ASCS office in Starke if .
forecast those who know him best neighbor own you
bage pickups were charged a flat $2,
With this kind of interest and have any questions about the
that he will remain cautious{ and plan whether it was a residence, business or activity, my guess is that we tobacco program.

carefully while moving "with all deliberate church. Residences and churches will will grow most of our allotted

speed" in dealing with the now pay $3.50 per month, and tobacco acreage next year. :::: :;:::::::::::::::;:::;:.:.:.:;:::;:;:.:;:;:;:.:;:;:; :::.:.If

nation's most urgent problems. businesses $7. With this kind of tobacco }I VETERANS AFFAIRS ;|;>

interest in mind, I would liketo :&:
Carter is described by those closest to But the raise, made necessary by the encourage all growers to >ii Veterans byR'illlamS.llaas Service ::
Officer :
him as "a President who will definitely increased costs to the city of garbage attend a tobacco conference in : rZ';: -

hive the programs he promised duringthe service and the necessity of hiring some Lake City next week. TO GET :
campaign, but who will design them one to man the dump located near The conference has been MEDICAL CARE -

with great care. They believe that Mr.Cartt'r's Brooker, isn't really the issue here. scheduled by Richard Stone, President Ford has signed ......
skill will be U.S. Senator from Florida anda medical -
administrative exPressed What concerns us is that no residentswere legislation to provide
in the type of people he selectsto interested enough in the situationto member of the Senate Agriculture care for nonserviceconnected v
Committee. It will be ailments at Veterans '4'.t _
administer the necessary programs. even show up to hear the discussion.This held at the American Legion Administration facilities for -
They expect him to be "a good Hall on U.S41 just south of ex-servicemen and women

businessman" in putting his programs pattern is repeated over and over Lake City on Tuesday, December with service-connected disabilities -

together, and watching their im- at all levels of government citizens 14th. rated at least 50

the issues the The session will percent by the VA.
plementation. completely ignore public morning Deposit
meetings and the discussions, then are begin at 10 a.m. and will con- Care for non-service-con-

Judging by his record as governor of outraged when a public body takes centrate market. Representatives on the export of nected ailments and injurieswas SOCIAL SECURITY CHECKS NSURED

Georgia once he has studied a problem action that they're not happy with. Japanese tobacco companies formerly allowed only to
veterans with at least 80
and decided on a course of action, Mr. possibly some German representatives percent rated service-con DIRECTLY tayourS&L SAVINGS

Carter will move in fast with solutions, We need to realize that no and other persons nected disabilities.The .

giving Washington and the national- government or governing body can involved in the export trade ACCOUNT
will be to discuss "authorizesthe Savings Account.
large a sense of forward movement it possibly act in our best interests without problems present and present a VA legislation to provide medical

has not experienced under the past two hearing from us, without knowing our forecast of the needs of the services on an outpatientbasis

administrations.But thoughts and opinions on the issues. export tobacco trade. for any condition to any
veteran who has a service-

there is no need for undue concern We might be wrong, though maybe connected disability of at least
The afternoon session will This free
50 service
percent. protects
because of these expected innovations, everyone in Brooker was perfectly con concentrate on the domestic
checks theft,
according to those who know Mr. tent with the garbage rate hike, and had tobacco market. Again, there The legislation also requiresthe your against

Carter's method of operation. They picture no thoughts on the matter. Perhaps it will be a discussion on the VA to set up a new priority forgery loss and starts

him as basically a very cautiousman wasn't necessary for the council to knowcitizens needs of the domestic manu- system for furnishing medical your money earning our high
and services to veterans. A Senate interest IMMEDIATELYAsk
whatever facturer as to grades
whose movements, in feelings, for maybe they were i identical i- quality of tobacco desired. Veterans Affairs Committee

direction he might choose, will come with those of the council's.But There will also be a discussionon Staffer said. "The VA has us about DIRECT

only after thorough presidential preparation problems facing the often provided treatment for DEPOSIT of your social

based on firm groundwork and we wouldn't bet on it. domestic market. The non-service connected security checks. Let us help
afternoon session will begin at disabilities and ailments at
'. 2 p.m. the expense of the service. you. No obligation.
connected veteran. The

This conference presents a legislation is aimed at IWaIC'KlfCZ. sn.rale
\QAIIQ ( unique opportunity for you as assuring the veteran with ser
4 a tobacco grower to get first vlce-c l'U1ected ailments has FSLICr
p milijjii hand information from buyers top priority for VA care."
AttlVl of your tobacco. You can also M"YMwa. lr
\ft suwetr meet Senator Stone and aI GuarantyFederal L 'i1"Lw

O o N discuss your needs as far as : V.T_Nn.MYNNIIM"
ry tare BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER tobaccolegislation is r.,

//OH- Publishers concerned. ..\MO",J

Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at btarki, Ra under Savings & Loan Association of Gainesville : : 1..1
Warren Carver, our County
Actof March 3. 1879 Executive Director of ASCS Calling "bald JIIIJ't e IlIUA, .,"',,,...
Subscription rate in trade area: $/per year: M six months someone a. a Starke frS LENDER
and I are planning to attend coot" U to him to
Outside trade area: $8 per year: $4 50 six months. compare 395 W. Madison
Starke. f\a.\ this conference. Call either of the. bald coot of Europe an
Phone 964 6305
us if you would like to ride aquatic bird whole bill extend 964-5000
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Engineers Like City's \I Ito' 3 New Union Commissioners Seated ; (.


J Revised Land Use PlanFrom Given Background On County Problems :

( I'age1) Standard Shell and Americanoil Newly elected Union County Construction Industry and $35,000 salary. The clinic has under the Public Work's
companies were invited to Commissioners got their Licensing board members been without a director for a Employment: Act to apply tor
the granted land if it conflicted with but did not submit I collective feet wet Tuesday agreed to a joint session with year and a half and a 100 percent grant to build afire
use plan. The council also when they learned the county the licensing board to clarify commissioners were assured department on land
get"What the land you'd use have plan changed to do is enter into a I? may be facing a possible law the duties of each board to that a full day would be put in donated by J.W O'Steen.
agreement to acquire fl suit over a disputed roadwayin enforce compliance with state on the assigned day.
first then do the rezoning, he dependson
f radar units for the county.At laws.E In other appointments the The $130,000 grant
said. in
patrol cars. Cost of the tail end of the seven .F. Mittenzwei appeared commissioners approvedJohn the unemployment rate
According to state law Commissionerswere
localities will be $102 per hour commission meeting, before the board with a letterof Shaw to again serve as a the county.
must complete com- chief Jimmy ., Hal member of the Board of concerned the true
police County Attorney Y. resignation signed by him '
prehensive planning In Union
and after 36 months Mains, brought the barely self and John H. Steward C.L. Directors of Bradford-Union unemployment rate
programs has contracted by 1979.with NCFRPCto city will own the unit. + seated commissioners up to Clyde and Donald Driggers Guidance Clinic.Commissioners. County does not show up when
work the land "The good thing 1' date on a dispute over a roadin Mittenzwei read from the agreed by people travel to other countiesto
The land on use plan is now leasing them is the to Harry Green Worthington Springs. letter that they had received"no resolution to support an apply for unemployment 1
about halfway completed. is responsible for the certificate Dispute is between the county support from the Board of application for a federal grant compensation
Mutch said with the Bowen said. "And and Mary Elixison over County Commissioners" and
completion of the map. Still to won't have" to be sent By Post 56 whether the road has been were "fighting a losing battleto

which be drafted the is a written council portion.will repaired lie added that the 4 Parade county required maintained number of years.for the After no avail.lengthy" discussion it Dec. 22 Qualifying Deadline Set ;

the end of the will be mounted on July New commissioners Blair was agreed that a lack of
complete by I
year. boards of the Harrison Sam Johns and communication existed and a .,

There will be several more improvement over 56 Paterson. Sidney Todd, sworn in by meeting was set for Monday, Brooker Vote ,',
public hearings on the plan unattached ones The award was presented at clerk Robert Driggers had a Dec. 13, 7:30: p.m. in the For Upcoming ,
the commissionhas the floor when the and the annual dinner by Post full first day on the job. county commission room to I
although not yet city set the dates. up. in Adjutant Al Crosby. Guest Reports were given by county air grievances and arrive at a BROOKER Residents A,B. Adams, C.L, Adkinsonand t
Planning and city officials are The council also July speaker Dyke E. Shannon agent Logan Fink and Jerry workable solution, here have until Wednes Carl Edwards. It If
anxious for the plan to receive see if anything from commended in Wilson head of the Union The licensing board dayDec.22 to register for the Councilman Edwards recently -
wide circulation and to have worked out w ith the of Orlando Post 56 County Ambulance Service, contributed $10.000 to county upcoming city elections, to be submitted his resignation '
citizens make suggestions and make repairs on the and on sending representatives to Inc. New Commissionersheard general funds through fees for held Tuesday Feb. 8. citing recent ill health ',
comments on it. Street Bridge. 3)I by Boys State and other the background of the building permits and City Clerk Linda Robinson as his motive. As yet, no t I
"I would love to go out and commissioners said our community and youth couiity subsidized ambulance commissioners were reminded reminds residents they must successor has been named to '
ring some doorbells. Mutch been receiving ," oriented programs. service and a financial pictureof by Maines that if the register at the Bradford .fill Edwards' unexpired term. ";
said :Monday "I'd like to know that the nails have Bob the costs for each county did not administer the County Courthouse in Starke, "
what people think of this. I the wooden planks PRIVATE PITT\I: \:\ emergency run. program the state would do it for the upcoming balloting, Mayor Roy Caroll's term .
don't want this to come as a the bridge, and that t : ASSIGNED:' : TO GERMANY: : : The rescue service chargeda and charge it back to the prior to December 22. also expires this election
surprise to anyone." under the bridge are ) base rate of $20 for each county by withholdingrevenue Voters will decide a total of year, as does the term of '"
A copy of the land use plan 13 to 20 degrees ( Army Private Samuel L call, plus $25 for an in countyrun sharing.Commissioners. six city races in the February appointed city clerk Linda
will be made available in city Warren said the two Pittman Jr., 18, whose to the hospital and a approved 8 election. In addition to the Robinson who stated several
hall for interested persons to offered to furnish the ad- parents live on Route 2, charge of$40 for out of county. Dr. Jeffrey Rubin as Directorof three city council seats up for weeks ago she does not intendto .
view, officials hope the city would provide the Starke recently was assignedas Not included are cost of Union County Health Unit. grabs, the offices of mayor, seek re-election
In other discussion the of the materials a tank loader in the 3rd special medications or Dr. Rubin agreed to spend one marshal and city clerk will be Also appearing on the
council awarded a fuel oil bid Warren said would be ) Armored Division in Kirch equipment used. day each week at the clinic in filled by majority balloting February city election ballot
for the coming year to $>,(IXK)((). The council the Gons Germany.He Without accepting the resignation Union County and would Council members with will be the post of Brooker
Register Oil Company. check further into a : is a 1976 graduate of from four membersof receive from the county a terms expiring this election marshal a currently
Register has committed 2.2 loan from the Bradford High School. the Union County Board of fraction of one fifth of his year are council chairman unoccupied position

million gallons of fuel for thecity's finance the work
use for the coming year. City attorney
which Standard Oil the reported that a :' :
did not do. decision by the I Own Mon W.d to 8 Tnurt B.I a lo egig.
present the T G yo
Register submitted a bid of large the to & ; lgweiIUIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIflIIllllllllllIIIIIIUIIIIIIIII
,3J743 cents per gallon, the from five to seven :
lower bid. The onlv other bid violates state I 11I1111I1111I11I11I11111111I11I11I111I1111I

gallon received, submitted was 3475 bv' cents BelcherOil a allow council black had made the and the LLGLL'LE; ::L!.: Il l LLLL f ...fyour
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On Kingsley Lake Road Dispute the season!

.t.KKKN; : : ('0\ E: SPRINGS-: Andrews have also been easement across church pro- T1.E11LIGHT ;
Parties involved in a lengthy, named defendants in the case perty for a period of nine
occasionally heated, disputeover as the road in dispute also months following the first"
of the "trail road
an access road leading to crosses their properties. closing
the A court order issued by STAR HANKED l
lakefront near Dispute over access
Kingsley Lake property:Missionary road first came to light in Judge R. Hudson Circuit Oliff Court in this the TREETOP .'............."":-.....,..-0.......;; ? TINSEL z
Baptist Church were called 1974, when a fence was Clay County
12, granted a temporary 's'( =",': ._ GARLAND | -
back to a Clay County Circuit erected between the Bishopand August Has a single _. /
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during last Thursday trial fence was erected around the Bishop properties. L ( :
session, held in the chambersof property of( a neighbor to the Judge Duncan's forth 1.97 .88
Judge Gordan A. Duncan in south-Mrs; L.M. Grey coming decision on the case
the Clay County Courthouse Kingsley Lake Baptist Church may not provide a final f
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Play-Off Victory Over Tornadoes 1 2 J JA 4.e .

I A quick, aggressive Ocala enough to give the game tercepted, and punting four gotten the ball back by a loss on a third and two
\ Forest defense was the away. Region 3 champ Brad-- yards to set up another Forest Forest fumble recovered by situation as BHS drove the +
:, difference in the 23-14 Class 3A ford High tried harder, TD. Forest turned the ball BUS linebacker Lawrence ball out.Clark.
Wildcat football play-off win however, incurring 13 over four times via fumbles. Patrick. But BHS dropped a squibbed the punt on
over Bradford High in Ocala penalties, incurring a safety, Even so, the Tornadoes hada third fumble the momentum fourth down, after being "
last Friday night. fumbling three times, chance to win the game as switched around in a flash, racked up on the previous off, F r' a
The game was also a including one that was run late as three minutes into the and Forest drove 40 yards for play. The boot travled just
comedy of errors which saw back for a Forest touchdown, fourth period Forest led 16-141 the clinching touchdown, four yards.It .
t both team turn the ball over having two passes in- but BUS had just scored and making it 23-14. put Forest back in
------ Bradford fans had nothingbut business on the BHS 12 yard
praise for the Tornado line with 2:25: left in the first
defense which twice stopped half. At that it took four plays
Forest, Region 4 champion, and a penalty for Forest to
inside the two yard line. score its second touchdown to
5 M Mistakes by the Tornado go into the dressing room Burled somewhere In his swarm of Wildcat tackier Is Tornado running back Andrew Carter.
offense netted Forest, seekingits with a 16-7 halftime lead. Forest used a swarming, gang tackling, fast defense to smother the BUS offense most of the lime.
third straight Class 3A The BHS defense stopped (Carter Is at left with four Wildcats ahold of him).
M state championship, a 16-7 Forest's sustained drives, but
j j5 first half advantage. Trailing mistakes gave the state BUS made it look easy on its over on its own 46 yard line five yards. Fullback Bert
Ab 7-0, Forest drove 60 yards to champions two easy touchdowns first possession in the first after a 27 yard Wildcat punt. Yancey carried nine times for
i the Bradford one in the second and the safety. period going against the Carter found it hard goingon 20 yards.
period but couldn't punch the Forest ran 41 offensive grain. On its first two downs first down on the pitchout The win put Ocala Forest
ball in. But the BHS offensewas plays the first half to 21 for BUS was penalized 20 yards! around the wide side, getting just two games away from a
Lk g overrun on first down, BHS. Forest had 179 yards of for holding and for moving just over three years. On third straight Class 3A state
(, and fullback Jimmy Clark offense In the first half. BIIS before the snap, back to the second down Carter went to football championship.
was caught behind the goal had 149. BHS 12.Then the weak side against the
r G M line for a safety for Forest's fullback Jimmy Clark grain, and the call resulted in
t 9 y rr first two points. 8HS ForlslS got 18 yards on the pitchout to I the 50 yard 'I'D scamper.
The first Forest touchdown Pin Downs 11 the weak side of the Forest Prcvatt's long run came the Score by Quarter!
came in the second period 700 Yards ftusIing, 210 defense. He then came back to same way, on the quarterback BHS 7 0 0 7-04
when quarterback Jimmy 4' Yards p.nl ii3IS the strong side for five yards. keeper to the weak side.Forest's OF 011 0 1-21
Andrew Carter gives a limp leg to his Wildcat to turn the corner for a five yard gainer. Carter I PC-PA-PI 1-.0
Prevatt fumbled on the ...4n Then Carter got through the big gun, as in the Scoring:
rushed 179 yards against Forest scoring two touchdowns on runs of 65 and 50 yards.mil pitchout when tackled behind 7.1 Yards Pumbl..L.I'pon.II' 30 weak side, used two blockers regular season game, was 1) BHS Certer, ts-yard run. IP -
the line Forest's Art White 4403 Punis.YansA.erag. 2,17.1 Prevail, kick.
a effectively, and went down quarterback Tyrone Young II OF touchback.
defensive back, picked up the the sideline for 65 yards mid who rushed for 123\ yards in 21\ 3)OF.-White,II.yard return ol' 'tumble.
loose football and raced 40 BHS Turned the game the first BHS touchdown.The carries, 5.85 yards per EP Vanny. Kick.
BRADFORD c yards for a touchdown puttingthe around in the second half. second TD came the attempt. Young is a junior and 41) OF.- Young, on.-yard run. IPYencey -
Wildcats 9-7. the kickoff BIIS drove The BHS defense will be around next kick.
up Taking same way. year. 51 BHS carter, 4t yard run. Ct -
: -SINCE 1871-! Prevatt was intercepted on 72 yards on a 69 yard run by stopped Forest for yards shortof Tailback Tony Rawls Pro...., kick.
the following BHS possession QB Prevail to the Forest nine a first down as the fourth rushed: for 62 yards in 13 41 OF Yancty one-yard run. EPYone. -
Forest's Dan Truluck returning yard line with center Jeffrey period opened up. BHS took carries, averaging just under ... kick.
pl1 the football to the Jockel running interference.But .
Bradford 24 yard line. For the the Tornadoes failed to
second time in the first half put the ball into the endzone.On .
the overworked BHS defenserose first down Prevatt got
to the occasion and just a yard on the quarterback
stopped the defending stale keeper.. Then BHS went to the
champions at the BHS two air twice and missed: the first
Section Two G f1f lr;] G yard line. pass was on the ground into
f 1IjJ 1) ('mbt'r9,1976 There was no safety this the corner of the endzone in-

PagelB z:::; V L.JW: c; defense time, but tossed the feisty fullback Forest tended Norman;for the second wideout was Allen just

Jimmy Clark for a two yard off target up the middle, In-
tended for Andrew Carter who
- got( his hands on the ball but

II BHS Drops Second In Two Outings down barely Prevatt's touched field it. On goal fourth was

wide to the left, though it had
plenty of distance. ''a H
, Bradford scoring came on QP
Bradford High's basketball was extremely pleased with throw shooting average was 67 High cage squad in two big plays by running back at
{v II team lost its in the performances of football percent as the Tornadoes Gainesville Andrew Carter, who ran 65 HY
, as many outings Tuesday witha players on the squad, who up made 8 of 12 attempts. Lo James, a 6-1 forward, yards in the first period for a
73-60 defeat at the hands of until a few days earlier had Leading Tornado, re- paced Eastside's Rams to 7-0)BHS lead and then 50 yardsin < -2 n"nrR rll'
Jacksonville's Bishop Kenny been tied up with football bounder was Andrew Carter, victory over the Tornadoeslast the fourth period to bring y
-rl, High. "They only had two hours who had 12 on the evening and Friday with a 29-point the score to 1614. Carter
Center Bill Friess, a 6-6 pre- and 45 minutes of practice was followed by Aldridge, effort. James, also the Rams' rushed for 179 yards in 14 r
season All American pick, time," Adkinson noted. with seven. leading rebounder, tossed in carries, averaging 12.78 yards O
paced the Crusaders with 26 Andrew Carter stored ten Adkinson said he was fairly 13 field goals and added three per attempt. J
points, hilling ten field goals points in the contest. Other pleased with the outing. points from the charity stripe Bradford did not mount a
( and six free throws. football players on the "This makes me believe In leading the Eastside squadto sustained offensive drive until
The Torandoes' center, Scoreboard were Kenny we're going to whip its season opener victor. the fourth period when down
Fred Aldridge, was high Aycox with four points and someone." Joining James in 2314. Tornado yardage cameon
scorer in the game' with 27 Jay Godwin, also with four. figures for the contest played big plays when Big Red w Arr
t points, including 11 field goals Adkinson said David toss by quartern before a packed in, but highly linemen correctly picked up 4ihrrr..w.
SUrke.'s: tallest man IHs_ 15 II U 17 wbk crowd at Eastside
, and five free throws Walker partisian 7t>ret>t's stunts Most BHS.
I Only other Tornado in the at 6-4, turned an ankle Scoring. : 11 11 II 11 II High, was 6-4 center Greg yardage came from the weak b y, rp?"4i., j? Q"' p, d{.. r 7 R+a ,4Y'1l(1t! ( lYSrll u
\ double figure column was Ken midway through the first IIH'- Aldrldg4 II1.It. Hampton 4.1.II Hudson, with a 22-point total. side after the Forest defensive
t Hampton with 13 points for the quarter. It is not known how Cartor 10-10. Aycoi 1.0-4, Godwin 1. Spark plug for Starke was 5- shifted to the wide side of the Forest tailback Tony Haw! was a tOIl II.lmr" to- slop runner. 11 ere he runs over BUS cornt'r.back -
2.1.0. Walker 101. Team total 24-1 M
evening.:, long Walker, who did not ilK-Prl...10 4 14,Wnilmeyer S.0.10. 5 point man Ken Hampton, field to oppose BUS tendenciesto Erie Biggs who gets help' from linrli.u-kcrs.JInimj: I flat k unit end Jay (iotluin.
. "They outscored us in the return to the game, will be laldvuln 1-1-II Wlgglnt Oil. Wllllamt who led the Tornadoes in run to the wide side.
\ last quarter; that's when they out, but the Injury appeared to Oil Hill 1.0.1. Arnold 0.1. Murk 400 scoring, rebounding and
killed us," said BHS coach be minor. Tam total 11-11-71.. scoring assists.
I I Warney Adkinson. Adkinson BHS had a 35 percent Fouled out none. Hampton, one of only two "
I had one bright note in the shooting average, hitting 26 of Bradford High tipPI. .1 evening though: he said he 74 tried from the floor. Free 1976-77 basketball campaignlast Adkinson's BUS cage squad ,
Friday, I>ee. 3, with a 72- with starting experience, hit
tits is tlttfs -g 52 loss to a capable Eastside on 54 percent of his shots from
the floor in pacing the Hurse Says Of 23-14. Playoff Lossthe
Tornadoes with a 27pomttotal.
I II II Tornadoes Host Hampton sank 13 of 24
I shots from the field and addedone
free throw in the "This last Forest game was best way to beat the Foiest. In the lirst: half Forestran yard line in the first period,
II Forest Tuesday posting. quite different from the first. veer," Hurse added. 41 offensive plays, and at the lit IS one and two
I CORRECTIONAd I IJ team high giving 27-pomts. nearlya In this game Forest forced our Forest's line shift itself BradfoKl 21. yard lines in the second
Despite away
mistakes. In the first didn't confuse the Bradford
game we quarter. Forest scores on the
I Local basketball fans will foot in height to the snared Eastsidebig a just threw the ball on the blockers, Hurse said But the "As in the first game, we defense came after the
seethe Bradford High cagersin men, Hampton ground ourselves," (Head BHS line busting assign- Wildcats the ball
I team high eight rebounds in says was had our opportunities to goattend got on the
w..1 home court action for the Tornado David Hurse in ments regularly, some lineman BHS line after short
but ue dl "Hurse yard a
This the was
Of season
J Date On Canter Page first time this next opener
season credited with four scoring unalyzing last Friday's 23 14 one play, a different one stated BUS punt, and on a10 yard
Tuesday night Dec. 14, at 8 lots to Ocala Forest in the the next. drive in the fourth period aftera
I Advertising Circular Should o'clock, when the Tornadoeshost assists. second step of the State Class "Really, we were so BUS fumble
the Wildcats of Ocala Hampton accounted for 3A state playoffs. uptight..wanted to win so ; 'I\SK: ; rit \ISKII;
I December 9 December 15,1916 I Ii Forest.A better than half of BHS's 19- BHS ended the season 9.3, badly.( We were like a rubber Both Defensive Cuuch Mike
junior varsity game, set point halftime total. with regular season losses to band stretched too tight. Sexton and Coach llurse have "They did all we could ask
for 630; p.m., preceeds the Fred Aldridge who along Forest and St. Augustine, then "Consequently didn't'fire nothing but praise for the of them, really," Sexton says
DELTA PAPER TOWELS I II varsity contest here next with Hampton represents left the to Forest in the play offs. off the ball. We were not Tornado defense. of the Uig Ked! defenders. BHS
I only experienced players "Kach; that a lot of yardage, "but
Tuesday. "Forest 12 -0, will go on this as aggressive as we should challenge was! gave up
Tornado varsity and JV from last season's 18-6 week to face Bay High Schoolof have been," the veteran presented! Friday night the when it really got down to it,
At 3/$100 I II cagers travel to Palatka District championship squad, Panama City in one of the Tornado grid mentor said, defense went out and we stopped the," Sexton
tomorrow night, (Friday, tossed in 16 points for the two semi final games for the reflectivelyThe accepted" Couch Sexton points outSexton .
I Dec. 10)) for meetings with the outing. state championship. Winner of coaching staff points out praised the effort of
Braves of Palatka South. Aldridge, a 5-10 forward, the Friday clash in Ocala will recognized the possibility of "I 1 think stopping a ball club the entire front seven ends
I Action there gets underwaywith was eight of 24 from the field face the winner of the getting the players too high like that as many times ns we Jay Godwin and Keith Carter
48c a JV contest at 6:30.: for a 33 percent shooting did says something for our tackles !Marty Russell and
At southern part of the state in and, purposefully, didn't try to
I Following next Tuesday's behind and finished just south Florida for the state get the team up. The coachesfelt defense That. shows a lot of Holand Cummings, middle'
in the
I Are Limited 3 To A Customer With Purchase meetings with the Forest Hampton and scoring assists rebounding championship."So the boys would get themselves {pride." guard Kenneth Cruger, and
Wildcats, both the Tornado have to give the The Tornado defense linebackers Lawrence Patrick
L of 7.5Q Or more Food Order. Excluding Cigarettes J varsity and JV squads will departments nadoes. Against far the the Rams Tor, credit you to Forest," the BHS "They up.did," Horse said. stopped Forest at the HIIS one and Jimmy Clark.

s foils is break for the holidays. Aldridge had six rebounds and head coach and athletic "We were so tight we were

was credited with four assists. director continued Tuesday. prone to error" Forest Meets More Tornadoes
,A G AgA.iA a G A Ga A aLAAi.afAWaaAtaAzA AAA 4 Only four Tornadoes had a "If I'm going to get beaten I But the Head Tornado
hand in the season opener want it to be by the other declared himself "very I

4 Shop Mac's Music Shop In Starke <9if scoring.Hampton and In Aldridge addition, Coach to team It was not the by ourselves.first time" all second pleased half.with our effort in (the In Semi-finals I Friday Night

I, Adkinson had scoring from 6-4 season that a team has been "I thought we unwound a
center David Walker, with able to gain penetration little bit and got after Forest
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4 WIND 3 four points before fouling out, through the Tornado offensive much better than in the first Ocala Forest the state's defending finals berth on a 17-14 victoryover
and 6-2 forward Mark Walker, line Hurse noted half." BUS ran 31 offensive Class 3-A prep Jacksonville's Jackson
4 2dte-. CHIMES / who contributed five points to "Of course, penetration is plays the second half to 28 for football champion slipped High, while Merritt Island
= ( > $138 <9J9 the BHS team total. past Bradford high 23-14, last downed Winter Park 23-6.
Tampa Plant edged Sarasota
The Tornadoes, behind the Friday night in sectional play-
off action but still have the 28.21, and Opa-Locka won its
hot hand of playedSee
: Great Hampton Tornadoes to contend with this sectional playoff game.

4 8a ( Page 2)) :: week, as post-season play Blountstown travels to
Wildwood and Pahokee hosts
Gifts continues with semi-finals
::1 .:;; 3 action Fort Meade in a semi-final
"' ,
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1IIIi.P Pss ,.I t" City which outmuscled St. Blountstown rolled 41-19
BUS Girls! Open t\; ." '::',','". .1." Augustine High 17-7 last past Milton in playoff action

RECORDS % = : ', Friday night meet Forest in last week, while Wildwood

Cage I'IuyTonightBradford ;, -1),.:., Ocala tomorrow Friday, Dec edged Jasper 19-18 in over
10, at 8 time. Pahokee whipped
J p.m.
= 10% BelowCost < Only four 3-A teams are still Miami Webster Christian 48-0,
af as High's first girl's ,,,,(, ,,,:, ,,;,JI> in contention for the state and Fort Meade took a 20-13
4. basketball squad of several crown as the playoffs enter decision over Umatilla
< seasons travels to Hawthorne the final two weeks Down Closer to home, Trenton

4 tonight (Thursday, Dec. 9)), state, Titusville Astronaut, hosts Tallahassee FAMU in
Mac's 4J for its first test of the current 'T which coasted to a 220 win Class A competition while St
4 T&: campaign. ? over Naples last Friday, will Petersburg Shorecrest meets
< Coach Jerry McGriff's BHS visit Delray Beach Atlantic. Miami Christian in Miami.
.&. ..:.J' 3S Miami Trenton downed
squad tips off a 10 game Delray whipped Hastings
1 MusicShop g C. -" slate with tonight's 7:30: 6 Curley. 23-0, in last week's 24-6, while Tallahassee FAMU
t.J!: 4) contest against Hawthorne a sectional competition.. That shut out Greensboro 230.
II :: # High's Hornets. A junior t contest is also slated to beginat Shorecrest whipped Kings
ctt. h '.. jJsicV2 f ??. -G varsity game set for 6 p.m., 8 p m. Friday. Academy of West Palm Beach
226 N. Temple Ave preceeds tonight's varsity Slate 4-A st'ml-flnal playoffs 26-6, and Miami Christian
z -? ". .?. ...JA- f clash. this Friday have Tallahassee measured' Miami Dadeland
.:'l ;l ; Local fans will not see the Ciodby ut Merrill: Island! and 25-11.
964-7391 BHS girls in home court BUS monster man Charlie Revel lies grounded by a Tyrone Tampa Plant meeting Upal.ocku State Championship games
action prior to the holiday Young stiff arm.Thehigh \VlUlcatnlgnalcalltrrcarrleil 21 farol City at !Miami .I!'! all four classes will be
q &q& q q &q& q W & & break. times for 123 yards, the leading Forest rusher tiodby earned its semi' played Friday, Dec. 17.


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'il' Country Boys Down Merchants Kitchen's Tile Drops District Clash

11 39-27 To 'Gainesville's Fla. Fire

1 For First Flag Football VictoryCountry

t Starke's representatives to An early first quarter back Green connecting with
the District Flag Football Kitchen's Tile touchdown, on wide out Jim Duncan for the
Boys moved out of Three touchdown passes priorto along with the extra point con championships. Kitchen's a short pass from quarterback initial score of the half.
the cellar in city recreation the half two to Patersonand version moments later Tile ran into a strong passing Charlie Green to split end Kitchen's Tile down by 21
department men's flag foot another to Jimmy knotted the score at seven all. attack from Gainesville's city John Powell, cut the Gaines- at that point cut the hometeam's
ball last Sunday afternoon Alvarez, put the Country Boysup Chandler fired to Emmett
to 14
champs Florida Fire ville team's lead to one point margin points on
with initial win in halftime Inter. later in the first half to
an six 27 -13 at the Bright /
Extinguisher in district but also marked the closeof
a 7-6
starts downing the Merchants mission. put Draw Tite up by six 13 7 showdown bowing to the first half scoring forKitchen's their next possession, when'Charlie
3413.t Bennett closed scoring in A two point conversionpass }2t hometown Tile.However Green ground Gene
} in Gainesville
The win with second half from Billy Belote to champs Melvin scoring
puts the Country the contest a 11 last Florida Fire on a pass.
Boys at 1 5 for the current touchdown reception from Elder following a late first a night 39'Z1.Gainesvllle's Thursday. night 3927. added two, more first half Both teams added a pair of
season while the Merchantswon Paterson as the Country Boys half Kitchen'sTilescore made scores in late season half
be- and at the Inter-
the dubious title of last coasted to the 34 13 win, the difference in the halftime / champs scores action, with Kitchen's Tile
hind mission
the led
strong passing arm of 206. Jim Manning
place team in the league in Second game of last score. Florida Fire heaved bomb unable to recover from the
Extinguisher one scoring ,
slipping to 1 6 thus far. Sunday's twin bill saw After exchanging a pair of halftime deficit. The final
quarterback Don Green while Don Green rifled his
Quarterback Joey Bennett Kitchen's Tile rebound from a scores in early second half Kitchen's Tile scores came on
jumped out to a 7-0 lead second scoring
night in a Kitchen's Tile pulled on pass shortly from Charlie Green to
engineered the Country Boys' defeat Thursday action their first offensive possessionlast before halftime.Second passes
victory over the !Merchantslast District championship game away to a 33 20 lead on ,, Thursday and were never half action opened Wayne Teston and Powell.
Florida from McGee to
Sunday tossing four against Gainesville's scoring passes
headed by the Starke squad. with Florida Fire quarter-
touchdown passes and moving Fire Extinguisher with a hard Elder and Wayne Teston. Florida Fire will advance to
to the split end position to haul fought 33 27 victory overDraw Draw Tite scored a final the Regional flag football
in the final scoring pass of the Tite.Kitchen's. touchdown in the closing playoffs as the team did last
contest. Tile held a slim moments of play. \, 4.11'// BHSDrops Second year after defeating another
-Bennett put the Country twopoint lead. 1513, at the Current league standingsare : : r>""' Starke team, while Kitchen's
Boys out in front 6 .0 early in half but had to come from : Kitchen's Tile and \ Tile will resume regular
last Sunday's contest with a behind twice to take the Badcock's Furniture 5 1, 4 From Page .III David Walker who collectedhis season action in the men's city
first quarter heave to Buddy narrow halftime margin. Draw Tite 4. 3, Country Boys 1 I limit in personal fouls with league. Site and date of the
Paterson.But Chris Chandler put Draw 5, and Merchants 16. the taller Rams even throughthe three minutes remaining in district playoff are yet to be
the lead was short Tite up by six early in the A twin bill Sunday. Dec. 12.I I .. '". :f, """IJkf ....I' early going in last Fri the third period. determined.
lived as the Merchants contest with a long scoring has Kitchen's Tile taking on .' day's season opener. Coach Adkinson commentedafter
rallied for back to back sprint. An extra piont conver- the fired up Country Boys at Eastside controlled the the season-opener loss
scores on the passing of sion made it 7 O. 1 :30 p.m, followed" by a opening tip-off and took the that the Eastside game represented Free-Throw
quarterback Jackson Prevatt But a Randall McGee to meeting between Badcock'sand ball to the bucket for two the first contest for
The Merchant quarterback Dwight Elder scoring pass. Draw points but BITS battled back four members of the BITS
connected with Donnie Kitchen's Tile split end John Powell hauls in a touchdown pass each time through the first squad and that superior rebounding Event PlannedStarke
Thomas and Ricky Johns .incoming L Tite.@j from quarterback 'harlie Green during( last Thursday's District five basket exchanges stayingeven ability on the part of
back to post a 13 6 flag football championship. game. Kitchen's Tile. Starke's with the Rams. the Rams was a key factor in
lead midway through the first M"" I in representative to the District contest, was defeated :30-27 by Midway! through the second the I lass Recreation
half of play To arrest spoilage of greens keep a small flat sponge Florida Fire Extinguisher: the Gainesville champs. eight minute quarter, the "They just tore us up on
will conduct
Then Bennett uentIowock,_ !the.!. vegetable! bin to absorb moisture. Rams used their superior defense, and shot until they Department a
; .' height to control the boards got it in," Adkinson said.es Free-Throw, O Contest spon
ESTABLISHED 19041Broifhill son'by\ the Elks; Lodge
and Eastside Coach Lamar
B.I'.U E. 1H02, in January. It
Hawthrone began substituting u u t 10 >i >i
BUS u 7 ii 22 si is a national contest ith local
v ith his squad up by 10 points winners advancing to higherlevels.
2212. Scoring' .
15- L James 53-2-2e. K. Jamil01 I.Jonet I.
contest is to all
401. Hudson f 4 22, Hutchltnon' open
At halftime the Rams held a 204.wam.ngton, I 1.0 2. ROM I 0.1, HIII.I girls and boys ages 813. The
13 point edge. 32-19. and took a 02.Mddl.ton, 0.2 2.Team total' : II 10.>2.UN girls and boys will have
20 point lead for the first timein !- Hampton III 27 Aldrldgt e 0U. contests and there
late third M Wol..r 2-1.5.I D. Walker 204 separate
/ quarter Km, 0.0 O. chandler 000, Hall 000, 'will be three winners in each
The Tornadoes lost the
Rich 000. Team total: 29 2 52 contest. The contestants willcompcteinthreeagelevels
.. talents of their big man. l 6.-4 Fouled out, D Walker, IHS, : 8-

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I ways to !III1 Winners shall be determinedby
the best of 25 shot attempts.'it .
spoR'TQ is hoped that each
4h Elementary School in the
WRAP county us well as Keystone
ssv !i! heights, will hold a "shoot
off" and send their champions
to the contests held at the Recreation
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1 SUZUKI "(:olH'h ( ) fYt'ur"t'nion

i County Iligh School
SUZUKI MOTORCYCLE head football coach Charlie
Roberts and six of his players
weresolectod for top honors in
./ the SuwannotConlorence..
TREND 3-WAY RECLINER t Coach Roberts was chosen
MILLS Diamond tufted pillow back. Bon Beat f by area coaches as Coach of
Rotted padded arms Roll-around costers* the Your in the conference
Covered In soft supple vinyl. Available Roberts returned! this year to
in brown green and o.blood. to'a .
coach the Tigers ; .j
season.'I'his is the third time
Roberts has been coach at
4995 I'CII Ik has been a coach for
Ctmt 8f MeDomUt t Rtjtttir ft, A SON oral, teams in the area and
can boast over !Hl) victoriesover
FREESUZUKI t the >('a rs.
: ; |Darryl) 1 \\illiums. a junior..
; TRANSITIONAL wjis selected at the
TS-75 Conlereni-e I.moman of t the
fear Williams made 85:
warm addition" to any home, Distressedpecan .
unassisted tackles had :il
Iln"h.Jcabln. Electric movmentwith
swinging pendulum. Strikes on half FROM SUZUKI OF STA3KE assists throe sacks of the
e hour and on the hour. Numerals accented quarterback, and recoveredtwo
with '1Iag... acob.pnd corner ornaments. fumbles
SDnlO" by McDonald' t Smulcl of, Stark Selected to the All-
Conference Team were five
27RC seniors They are : Fred

$9995A ".,."" ,. Tt ,. Sinn #*.' (demons center: Dean
Dukes linebacker; Alfred
DECEMBER 23, SP.M Holmes, safety. Sam Jackson
running back' and Glen Kemp.
defensive back
This is the third year in a
(HIBSVIJ/ANIA ......H. ........1 tat....1,1 e. tlle.to... row the Tigers won both the
f- Conference Championshipand
district honors
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eligible to participate in this at Morrison's afterward. Southside United Methodist some time shopping and books by the American steak mustard greens beans tossed; salad peach
MEETINGSThe Department. If unable to Mr. and Mrs. John X. Allen Church in Jacksonville on warming up, and enjoying the Museum of Natural History. mashed potatoes, pear half, half cinnamon roll and milk
Volunteer Fire Hampton Area is attend the Monday meeting returned home Dec. 5 Dec. 4. They also enjoyed a Christmas decorations there. The children are enthused hot biscuit, and mIlk.. Fltll\\ : Sloppy joe-.
Department kindly call Mr. Davis at 468- following one month's steak cookout at the home of Those accompanying the about the book and magazinesale cabbage slaw. biiltoiod corn
scheduled to meet
on Monday 1396 to volunteer vacation in California. They Delores' aunt and uncle Mr. students were: Margaret now being conducted in TIIl'ItSUA'hill: with applesauce. and milk
Dec. 13, at 8 in the FireHouse
1 p.m The Hampton City Council visited their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Gray \Vadsworth Hazel Gnffis the school library at very
George Davis Fire Chief Is will meet In regular session on and Mrs. Gene Jenkins and SCHOOL NEWS Susie Lett Connie Fetzer, reasonable prices 964.6206 964.5757
''t making a special appeal for Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the City family at Siml Valley and Mrs. Ernestine Denmark'stheir Holly Shields and Dolores
Hall. son, Mr and Mrs. Steve fifth grade class and Mrs. 11eng.Irs.! Mary Burton was LUNCH:; MENU:;
more interest in this
organization. The community was sorryto Allen and family in Carole Shields' sixth graders the bus driver for the day and ;MONDAY; : Hot dog on bun. ARCHER FUNERAL HOME
necessary fortunate enough to see was accompanied by her little cole slaw baked beans
Anyone 18 or older Is hear of the loss by fire of Sacramento. Among other were
years the home occupied by Mr and relatives they visited were the Freedom Train in daughter Kathy.. purple plum and milkChicken .
Mrs. James Manning on Nov. Mrs. Mary Razo John's sister Gainesville on Nov. 30. BeforeIn Mrs. Denmark and Mitchell Tl'I-SU.\Y: : & rice. 301 South Stork, Flo.
UniCord Newsby 30 All clothing and household Montague and friends in boarding the tram, the group Thomas celebrated their sweat t peas sweet potato
items were lost although the San Diego and Santa Barbara. visited the outdoor zoo at birthdays on Nov, 29 The fifth pone rolls and milk
:May Belle Dobbs family.escaped unharmed. Mr. and Mrs. Allen lived in Santa Fe Junior College and graders enjoyed the cake and Archer Funeral Horn offers the most complete
Phone 431-1089 Donations of clothing California for many years appreciated the hospitality of refreshments brought in by \\KD\ESU\Y: : Salisbury and modern facilities In Bradford County and
linens food or household before making their home in the student guides who took Mitchell's mother Mrs. Hazel
!Mr and Mrs. Earl Dobbs supplies may be left at Hampton. them on a tour of the grounds Thomas on this occasion. J.l surrounding area We take pride In our p.rsonal
were visitors in Leesburg Friday Bruno's store for delivery to Condolences of the and gave interesting information School Librarian Maureen Save the syrup of canned service to the family In need. Our price are
the Manning family. Mrs. community go to the family of about the various Paul, has just shelved a 20 fruits in a plastic container designed to fit financial need. Our goal Is to be
Mrs. Gerald Griffis, !Mrs Manning wears size 18 ants, Jack Hawkins who died on birds snakes and animals volume set of Funk & and keep it in the freezer ..
Earl Dobbs and !Michael:Newton -'; dress and coat size 38 blouse Dec. 6. Mr. Hawkins was an which they care for as part of Wagnall's Young Student's until you have enough. Thick. worthy of your confidence
were business visitors in and 9 and a half shoes. Mr. invalid for many years. their scholastic work Encyclopedias. Another en it with a little cornstarchand
Jacksonville Friday. Manning wears size 34 to 36 Delores Brown and Eugene Since it was a very cold encyclopedia set recently use it as a hot sauce over DOYLE M. ARCHER, L.F.D Monument
!Mrs Debbie McCulloughs. pants large shirt and 42 coat. Meng attended the wedding of windy day the group had received is 16 volumes of snow pudding pound cake
Mrs Marty demons and Mrs Their 1 and a half year old son Mr.and Mrs. Robert McClure lunch at the Mall and spent Illustrated Library of Nature French toast, or pancakes.
Earl Dobbs were business wears size 4 clothing.
visitors in Macclenny Saturday -
afternoon. While there SENIOR:; CITIZENSThe :;
they visited Mrs. Elena Hampton Senior
Barber. Citizens Club reports a good
Rev and :Mrs' Hugh Walters attendance at their Dec. 3 FOOD
visited Madison Street Baptist meeting We Goofed
Church Sunday night for the Rudy DeWaters donated Sorry
ordination services for their tangerines and eggs which
son-in-law Eddie Riplmger were given as prizes. Frank
:Mrs Peggy Cason and !Mrs Herndon from Highland won
Elaine Tarleton were the door prize. Game prizes FAI R
business visitors in Jackson. went to Buck Dennison

Mile Mere:Mr Saturday Sunday and :Mrs luncheon Earl guestsof Dobbs George Vaughan Krieger. Lucille Hake and Ivey Lawrence Jeanette Evelyn @ ( But-we'll make it up to you )

:Mr and :Mrs Don :New-'; Cosgrov. SUPERMARKETSBecause
mans and family in Starke. During the meeting a poem
:Mr and :Mrs Bud Clemons was read by Jeannette
and children :Mischelle! and Krieger. also a letter of overwhelming to offer has
Jeffrey were Friday night gratitude from the Hampton your response our emptied our warehouse, there

supper guests of her parents Elementary PTA for the helpof will be no more LOVELACE PORCELAIN CHINA available until
:Mr and :Mrs Earl Dobbs the Club at the Halloween January.We .

business:Michael visitor Dobbs in Lake was City a Carnival.The Senior Citizens Club has knew our offer of beautiful imported LOVELACE PORCELAIN CHINA at 59 per

Tuesday afternoon. their Christmas party piece
was good.
Some of those celebrating scheduled for Dec. 17 at 6 p.min .
birthdays last week were the City Hall. Those But didn't know
:Michael Newton Lori attending are requested to we how good... your tremendous response overwhelmed us. You
:Moonejham. !Hope Barrington bring a dessert as the Club is
almost twice
and :Mmdv Wilson. providing other food for the bought as much LOVELACE as we expected.Some( stores sold out even

Phillip Henson of Keystone dinner that evening. Womenare before the !
ran ) Our warehouses
Heights, was a Saturday over asked to bring a ladies gift were emptied almost at once.
night and Sunday guest of :Mr and the men are to furnish a So must wait
now we several weeks for
and :Mrs Bud demons man's gift valued at about $1 new shipments to arrive from over seas. And
:Mr and :Mrs Earl Dobbs for the Non
exchange. call
reluctantly a recess in LOVELACE PORCELAIN
and :Mr and :Mrs Don New members are welcome to our CHINA program until January.
mans and family were attend this party.
Chopping in Jacksonville :Mrs Sue Brannen enjoyed Clip These
Sunday afternoon bowling with some friends 7Ov OFF Iffil 1 pDrrde
Visiting in Plains Georgia from Gainesville on Dec. 6 at Valuable
Saturday were :Mr and :Mrs Palm Lanes. Mrs. T.F Brown Coupons I

\Drew:Mr,. Sweat and :Mrs Eddie Rey- was their. usual accurate scorekeeper & Save Up To... i MAXWELL 3 LB CAN I

nolds of Perry' were :Monday Members of the Ladies 5E$11 5g. i! ;!1CRISCO
night supper guests of her Council of the Hampton COFFEE 99& J
par'nts.11': and :Mrs Earl Christian Church held their $ 1
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Dobbs:Mr and :Mrs' Gerald Griffis Christmas exchange at the party Bedford and Lake gift 1 lH T"'I CQUOON A wlD 17 10.DEC 011 MOIII w THIIU.000.'0.0110.. DIIC...IS TO'.CCO.Pete IWIN....ODUCTI I Df''EACH ciN7 olD' I tilTH CDUOON TH"" CDUOON WITH A w.o 1110.arc 011 ..THIIU Wlo O'C is.ion. lawn O.EACH can]
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shore Hospital in Lake City delicious refreshments. r4
-' Tuesday night: Rev.;James Shaw, pastor of
,.. I-jjxn' :McCulloughs of the Christian Church Bargains in Grocer ( f
lIanpton'Isited\ his little Mr. and Mrs.
daughter Debra Lynn Satur- Lynn Hall to Alachua General WED. DEC. '5. 1976 QUANTITY RIGHTS' Rk4laYEDMacaroni
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-- ANSWER: You can turn an to use for your holiday table- merely appearance. Don't can, and the contents will not
I by Becky Glebelg QUESTION: Have you any old sheet into a special cloth. waste money on trying to keep keep.
--I Your County Extension suggestions for making a holiday tablecloth by dying it repaired a "Lemon" or a too-
x 8' I /, Home Economics Agent holiday tablecloth? (Mrs. red or green. You might coverit QUESTION: Do you have old appliance. Also, you For further information
I I P.A) with white net. This gives figures on how long home should consider your time, concerning your household,
SHEETS I"" I"/:/" I the cloth a frosted look. Or you appliances can be expected to travel and inconvenience. write to your County
., Gainesville can cover a white linen table- last? I read this somewherebut Extension Home Economics
I Prices cloth with red net to give a restive do not recall where I foundit. QUESTION: What affect Agent, P.O. Drawer 1028
., / 'I look. (Mrs. B.J.) does freezing have on canned Starke, Florida, 32091, or call
IJ Start At I I Christmas cloths also can be ANSWER: Families keep a foods? (Mrs. J.O.) 4962321.This service is free to
t Livestock MarketMarket
I I, ; made from red, green or new home freezer an averageof ANSWER: A slight break- everyone without regard to
_, I white Indianhead. If you can't 20 years and a new refrigerator down of texture may occur in race, color,or national origin.To .
L buy the material in a suitable 15 years, a few canned products, but
I$99WAUGHNJOHNSON' Will Bo Closed 2 We0ks width for the table, sew two according to a study by home other-wide a single freezing
I widths together. Cover the economists of the U.S. Department and thawing does not affect
seam by stitching on a row of of Agriculture.For foods adversely. Some
During Holitlafsai medium-width ric-rac and adda appliances bought new creamy foods may curdle or
row of baby ric-rac on each it was found that the average separate upon freezing but

;Usfov: Your 0 tail till' This.,..,Will .. ...."... side of the medium row. You service-life expectancies are: heating usually restores the
Kitchen can use white ric-rac on red or gas range, 13 years; electric original consistency.
Cabinet Needs Next Sale After The(Holidays Will Be Jan green cloth-or red or green range, 12 years; dishwasher, During freezing, the food in
ric-rac on a white cloth. 11 years;washing machine, 11 the can will expand, put a
3rd 1977 And Our Next Feeder Pig Sale Napkins should coordinatewith years; electric clothes dryer, strain on the can seams, and
CO. the cloth. Plain, colored 5 years and black and white may cause the ends to bulge. clean grease-laden oven
Jan 7th 1977 napkins can be used with a television, 5 years.In Check the container carefully place a pan of water and one
1140 S. Thompson St. OPEN SAT. 9-3 1 printed cloth or with one of deciding whether to replace after thawing, to be sure that to two tablespoons and of let ammonia it t
964.5711 solid color. The pattern and or repair an appliance, the ends return to their nor in the oven
I Happy Holidays
Corner Of SR. 100 TI Star!.. color of your china and glass- consider whether your mal flat appearance. If theydo stay overnight. Sponge off
ryaar sao - ware can help you decide what problem is operational or not, air has gotten into the the grease in the morning.


by Elizabeth Givens, Walker

(Elder Williams) will render
service. Sunday School, 10
When the program resumes in January there will be B.J.Brownie Lennon Troop and 352 Mrs., Mrs.S.J. a.m.; Morning Worship, 11
service Rev.
3 by
a.m.; p.m.
Morris leaders, and Junior
enough CHINA so that everyone who has started saving FA IR Troop Griffin 684 and, E.with Walker Mrs. leading Audrey, Davis Ebenezer and congregations Bethel and; 7

LOVELACE... and everyone who wants to... will be ableto are making plans to p.m.Berry service and By Rev.Lawtey May
with the Girl Scout

their sets at the low Walking Units in the Philadelphia congregation.
complete same prices. SUPERMARKETS Christmas parade Saturday. Richard Mt.Zion AMB Bethel Church: Sunday-Rev.
All asked to
school, 10 a.m.; Lovefeast at
cooperate DELL CHAPTER preparations. 11 a.m.; Holy Communion 4

Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. will p.m.God's
Miracle & Deliver-
Our Reward hold its regular meeting
ance Outreach: Elder
: d Thursday members, are Dec. asked 9, 8 p.m.to All be Singleton: Sunday School, 10
Morning Worship 11
t to handle ;
present Important
a.m.; Monday Prayer Band,
business before the end of the
To make it to for this 7:30: ; Thursday Prayer
up you / year.CHURCH NEWS Meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Friday

*! Church of God In Christ Bible Study, 7:30 p.m.;
offer this 50 -
delay, we coupon Elder D.A. Williams: Sunday Sunday Invited., 5:30: p.m., H.Y.P.U.Public .

good on any completer pieceof OIT COMPLETER SO-Off ANY pile PIECE LOVCLACt LITER School Worship, 9:30,: 11:30:a.m.with; Morning Holy Baptist New Bethel- Rev.and L.R.Ebenezer Davis:

O*VOtM CHOICI, Communion; YPWW, 6:30: and Bible
your choice. WITH THIS COUPON. CHINAWARE p.m.; Evening Worship 7:30 Prayer Meeting
Class 7:30
COUPON. Wednesday : p.m.;
p.m. Tuesday, Bible Band, 7 Saturday, Deacons and

p.m.Macedonia Freewill Baptist Pastor's meeting 2 p.m.;
Butler Sunday School 94S; a.m.;
Rev. J.N. : Sunday

2Ov: OFF_ pPride we are pleased to accept Food Gift Certificates School Service Worship,,, 10 5 11 p.m.a.m.a.m.;; Baptism Evening p.m.Morning Missionary service Worship at,Baptist 11 Antioch a.m.; 3:

Communion at 4
I First Born Church of Living
I Ebenezer Meeting
; ANY SIZE I ..wwArrw..rw rai.air.n.i _r n.u AMTWV Friday, 7:45: Tarrying Thursday School, ,10 7:30: a.m.p.m.; ;Antioch Sunday

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ONE DOZEN EGGS wr.arMM.1.' -ftMWItCM regular pastoral services.
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Thursday night begins Thursday Bible
ON-COR OR ;; pastor's anniversary. Rev. Meeting; .
Bargains in Meat .:iL' > Sampson White will conduct Study; Sunday
Mt. Morlah
FREEZE* QUEEN service 8 Friday night Prayer
PKG p.m.
Meeting Tuesday at 730
Church of God in Christ
,0.0'.......XI..0.0'QIOMQI QUICK'HOIIN..*.. A PAKMAQIANA p.m.; Christmas program
M AUSIUHV MOaTACCIOU9 C rehearsal Monday and
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FLORIDATHEATRE Free Cannon True Church
CENTER CUT Elder Sampson White:
2 TO :3 LB PKO.EveryDavLowPrke .
Tuesday Prayer Meeting,7:30
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39 < I 39 .PORK' CHOPS 5LB Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.; Bible
Pork Loin
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LB I ____ Study Friday : p.m.;
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OR CENTER CUT RIB SAYCHOPS 98 Fri Sat Sun Sunday Worship, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.;

SAVE LB Stewart Patersen In Public Invited.
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Freewill Rev. Jasper
16oz Williams: Monday Tiny Tot
YOUR Prayer Meeting,7:30: p.m. and
SLICEDBACON Christmas rehearsal; Friday
SIRLOINSTEAKS CHOICE LB 89C a. _-J Junior Choir rehearsal 6 p.m.;
Saturday I Can Circle sells
BONELESS LET. QUARTERS WITH DTlY' dinners from kitchen. Sundayis
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88 Greater Allen Chapel AME
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NOTICE East, Bradford County, Florida. Florida Statutes, the Board of Pupiis..vv of Lawtey FRIDAY: Hamburger bun by Elizabeth Terry Prayers are with her. Her Jacksonville were Sunday ', :

County Commissioners of Bradford Elementary will present a lettuce tomato pickle french Phone 782-3300 sister, Mrs. Bill Dobbs, visited evening dinner guests of theirmother ..: :

Lawrence Dorrough has made All interested parties may County Florida, adopted a Christmas program on fries butterscotch brownies her on Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. C.R. Crews. .'
application to the Bradford appear and be heard at the time Resolution closing, vacating and Tuesday Dec. 14. All studentsare milk. Sunday School 10 a.m. ; Maines Griffis and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and

I County Zoning Board for reclassification and place above specified. abandoning a portion of unused requested to be at schoolat FIRE DEPARTMENTNEWS Worship Services 11 a.m. and children of Palatka spent the children attended the family :

of the property Dated this sixth day of platted street hereinafter described 6:45.: The program will startas : 6 p.m'i Prayer Meeting weekend with her mother reunion at the home of her :

i described below from RIA to BR December 1976. and described as lying close to 7 p.m. as possible Keep those donations Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Mrs Nellie Wilkinson and grandmother Mrs. Ella

3.1.1. located 300 feet past BOARD OF COUNTY COM- within the confines of the Students recognized for coming! We are getting LAURA BAPTIST sister Mrs. Daisy Boch. Carter of Maxville, on

1 : intersection of 21A and Highway MISIONERS OF BRADFORD following property to-wit: Good Achievement in excellent response from our CHURCH: Sunday School 10 Miss Arthurine Blanchardwas Sunday. After leaving there

100 South 100 feet frontage ((1 COUNTY, FLORIDABy An unused portion of a platted Reading Spelling Englishand requests for donations and we a.m.; Worship Services 11 a Thanksgiving dinner they visited her mother Mrs

acre) of tract 3A In Mount : George Roberts, Jr. street known as Deerwood Math for the second 6 do appreciate it. a.m.. and 7:30: p.m.; Prayer of Mrs. Lenore Foster of Thelma Carter '
f Pleasant S/D in Section 13, Avenue lying between Lot 11, weeks' grading period are: 1st This week the fire Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Russel Lines and

Township 8 South Range 22 1 tchg 129NOTICE Lot 12, and Lot 13 of Deerwood grade-David Hall; 2nd grade volunteers will be working on NORTHSIDE BAPTIST: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne daughter of Sumter S.C. are

East, West side of Highway 100. Subdivision as per plat thereof Ann Starling Vyunda our entry for the Christmas Sunday School 10 a.m. ; Gustafson and daughter of visiting her parents, Col. and

(Parcel 5543)) OF SHERIFF'S recorded in Plot Book 3, Page Strong Cindy Taylor Robert parade Saturday. If you wishto Worship Services 11 a.m. and Orlando Mr. Bill Dobbs and Mrs. Wm. Wilson.Mr. .

This change in classification is SALE 34, public records of Bradford Starling; 3rd grade Janice help or participate, you are 7 p.m'i; Prayer Meeting daughter Chris and Casey and Mrs. Fred Barthlowof

subject to a public hearing to be County, Florida. Barnes Chris Cribbs Nancy welcome. If not, attend the Wednesday 7 p.m. Dobbs of Jacksonville were Middleburg, and Mr. and

held on Tuesday, December 28, Notice is hereby given that I I. -and renouncing and disclaiming Shuford. Michelle Sexton parade and give us a yell when BAPTIST SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday dinner guests of their Mrs. Billy Biggs and Mrs. E.

1976 at 7:30: :> p.m., in the County Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of any right of the Countyand Pam Taylor; 4th grade-Dawn YOUR fire deaprtment passes : Sunday School 10 parents Mr and Mrs. Arlie Babbit of Georgetown visited

Commission Room in the Bradford County, Florida, under the general public in and to Scott. Debra Orleman Dit by. a.m. ; Worship Services 11 Dobbs. Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs.

Bradford County Courthouse.At and by virtue of Writ of the land lying within the Austin. Janet Griffis Sue Have you noticed activity at a.m. and 7 p.m., BTS 5:45: Mr. and Mrs, Johnny Martha Dorko on Sunday

this time all persons interested Execution, to-wit: confines of the aforedescribed Smith Philip Crews Amy the fire station during the past Meeting; Wednesday 7:30 Prayer Devore and son Scotty of afternoon.

shall be heard for or Execution issued out of land.Dated Roark; 5th grade Michael week? Fire volunteers are ST. : p.m. Atlanta Ga., spent Mr and Mrs. Cecil Hardee

against the proposal as County Court of Bradford this 6th day of Ball Nancy Teston; 6th grade taking turns manning the fire BAPTIST JOHNS MISISONARY Thanksgiving weekend with and mother Mrs. E.A.

specified in the Zoning Code of County, Florida pursuant to a December, A.D. 1976. Suzanne Ball Edward station EACH night from 7 to : Sunday Services School 10 their parents Mr. and !Mrs Stephens went to visit her

Bradford County. Final Judgement for Florida BOARD OF COUNTY Crews Stuart Pauley 11 p.m. This will insure the a.m.;and Worship and 11 John Devore and family. daughter, Mrs. Oscar Vanzantof
A.R. Kiefer, Chairman Bank at Starke of Starke, COMMISSIONERS OF BRAD Deborah Roark Khandice equipment will be in working a.m.fourth 3p.m, on Gus Peeples of West Palm Callahan on Friday.
Bradford County Zoning Board Florida, and against Mary J. FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Stroud and Shawn Hart. order at all times the station Sundays. Prayer Beach was a Saturday after. Mrs. Fonzo Prevatt and
Kuhne, defendant, in the By Clerk of said Board Physical education studentsof kept up and should there be an noon PERSONALSMr. on Mondays. noon guest of Mr. and Mrs. mother, Mrs. Don and son

Itpd 12/9 amount of $532.20 together with the week awards went to alarm during these hours it and Mrs. Maxie Carl Prevatt. Jackson Prevail visited Mr.
1 tchg 12/9 Jeffery McCIellan 3rd grade would be and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on
costs of collection. ; quite an advantageon Reddish and sons Donald and Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan

Have seized and have in my Lattimore Williams, 4th response time. Randall of State Farm and visited Rev. and Mrs. Walter Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
grade; Michael Ball 5th Keep watching firedepartment's and Mrs. J.F.
NOTICE possession the following described your Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mathis of Middleburg on
personal property town: LEGAL NOTICE grade; and Mitchell Williams on the move! McClellan and Jeff of Thursday afternoon.Mr. Robertson were Sunday

Willard Wynn has made 1968 Ford 4 door I.D. 6th grade. CHURCH ACTIVITIES Heilbron and Mrs. Marcus Griffis dinner guests of their son in -
After 12/1/76 I Iwll not be responsible LUNCH MENU CHURCH OF GOD Springs were Mr. and
application to the Bradford Number 8B53F218344As : Sunday Thanksgiving dinner of and daughters were law and daughter
County Zoning Board for for any debts incurredby (depending on deliveries) School 10 a.m. ; Worship their Mr. and guests Mrs. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mrs. C.K. Cowan of
reclassification of the property the property of the above anyone other than myself. MONDAY: Chicken with Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Les McClellan their parents Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville.Mr. .

described below from R1A to named defendant and that on noodles peanut butter & jelly Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston Harry Wilkerson.Mrs. and Mrs. J.F.

Special Use Located one eighth Tuesday the 28th day of Wayne M. Norman sandwich green lima beans 7:30: p.m.; YPE Friday. 7:30: were Thanksgiving dinner Jennie Lou Green and Robertson attended the

of mile East of City limits on December, 1976 at twelve apple crunch, milk. p.m.EVERGREEN guests of their son in law mother, Mrs. Johnny Jenkinsof funeral of L.H. Crawford at
12/9 1216IN
North side of Bessent Road o'clock Noon on said. day on the 2tpd TUESDAY: Dried beans with BAPTIST: and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Milliard visited her parents Griffin Funeral Home of

Approximately 51 acres in premises of the Bradford CountyJail ham seasoning rice turnip Sunday School 10 a.m. ; Charlie Mosley family. Mr and Mrs. O.J. Anders on Jacksonville on Thursday. I

Section 27, Township 6 South, I will offer for sale and sell THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR greens cornbread peaches Worship Services 11 a.m. and Miss Elizabeth Terry and Thursday.Mrs. I II I

Range 22 East, (parcel 28360011to to the highest bidder for cash in BRADFORD COUNTY milk. 7 p.m. ; TU 6 p.m. ; Prayer Miss Arthurine Blanchard Pat Walker and son of I I

raise blueberries and have a hand, the above described FLORIDA WEDNESDAY : Fried Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. visited her sister Miss Enza Starke were Sunday dinner SENIORCITIZENS I

green house for commercial use. property of said defendant to PROBATE DIVISIONFILE chicken mashed potatoeswith FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Blanchard and Mrs. Thelma guests of her grandparents

This change in classification is satisfy the aforesaid Execution NO. 1-2551 gravy green beans rolls Program on WPXE 8 a.m. Wilson of Baker County Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevail. !

subject) to a public hearing to be DIVISIONIN applesauce milk. Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. ; Nursing Home of Macclenny Other guests were their son -
held Tuesday, December 28, THURSDAY: Baked beans Worship Services 11 a.m. and in
on Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff Brad RE: ESTATE OF PRESTON on Wednesday.Mrs. law and daughter !Mr. and
1976 7:30 in the County with weiners cole slaw pear 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday Prayer ,
at : p.m. ford County Florida MILLS BAREFOOT deceased Glen Shuford and !Mrs. L.1I. Harper on Sunday
Commission Room in the Bradford half biscuits milk. Meeting 7:30: p.m. afternoon.
NOTICE OF mother Mrs.\ Hester Hicks Letters received from the
County Courthouse. At this 12/2 4tchg 12/23 ADMINISTRATIONTO GRACE UNITED visited her sister Mrs. Leslie Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ball office of Gov. Askew concerning

time all persons interested shall METHODIST: Sunday School Sweat Wednesday in St.Vinu'nl's of Lake City visited Mr. and the Bradford County
be heard for or against the Pierce ft Hardy, P.A. 9:45: a.m. Worshin Services 11 Mrs. J.C.
Tye on Saturday
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR ALL PERSONS HAVING Hospital Jack- Hospital hassle and also
P.O. Drawer 1030 a.m. and 7 Circle
proposal, as specified in the p.m. Prayer afternoon.
BRADFORD COUNTY, CLAIMS OR DEMANDS sum iIIe. replies to a resolution on the
Code of Bradford Starke Florida, 32091 Wednesday 9 a.m. at the
Zoning !Mrs. E.A. Stephens of Lake
Friends of
FLORIDA AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE and file the original with the church. Good News Mrs. Lester fraudulent practices, poor
County. PROBATE DIVISIONIN AND ALL OTHER PERSONS clerk of the above styled courton Wednesday 7:30: Rap Austin regret to learn that she Panasoffkee spent the medical care and generally '

RE: ESTATE OF EDGAR P. INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: or before January 11, 1977 HIGHLAND p.m.BAPTIST is a surgical patient in Baptist Thanksgiving weekend with bad conditions in many
A.R. Kiefer, Chairman ; :
of Jacksonville. and daughter law, been
BURKE Deceased YOU ARE HEREBY otherwise be Hospital Our nursing homes nave
Bradford County Zoning Board a judgement may !Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONFile NOTIFIED that the Ad- entered against you for the relief received from Senators Stone
Number ministration of the estate of demanded In the Mrs Lucille T. Key Chiles, Rep. Fuqua and the
Itchg 12/9 Division. PRESTON MILLS BAREFOOT, petition. complaint or If You Are A Prior Service Man, attended the Senior Citizens Division of Aging. These were

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING deceased File Number 1-2561, WITNESS my hand and the Meeting at Hampton on read and discussed at our

NOTICE CLAIMS OR DEMANDS is pending in the Circuit Court seal of said Court on December how would you like to earn between 50 and '90 Friday night November meeting, and filed
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE for Bradford County, Florida, 3, 1976. Mr. and Mrs. Charles for future action.

Mark Olin has made AND ALL OTHER PERSONS Probate Division. the address of GILBERT S. BROWNAs for one weekend per month? James and children of
which is Bradford County Courthouse Keystone Heights were Because of the alleged
application to the Bradford INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: Clerk of said Court
County Zoning Board for Starke Florida, 32091. By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Join the National Guard. Sunday evening dinner guestsof abuse of the :Medicare,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben
reclassification of the property YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat The personal representative of Deputy Clerk McCulleyand :Medicaid and Supplementary

described below from RI A to BR the administration of the the estate is JUANITA B. DIN- Call 964- SUO (David. Security Income systems,
:Mr and :Mrs
3.1.1. Located one mile West at estate of EDGAR P. BURKE KINS, whose address is 1123 12/9 4tchg 12/30 Tommy nationally, bv the medicalproCt'Ssio'n

intersection of Highway 100 and deceased File Number, is Pratt Street, Starke, Rorida. and nursing homes

100A, one acre in Section 30. pending in the Circuit Court for 32091. The name and address of ASSOCIATED RETAIL MERCHANTS OF AMERICA NOlI THRU MAJUH CREDIT CARDS a thorough investigation is
Township 6 South Range 22 BRADFORD County, Florida, the personal representative's at- ACCEPTED AT MOST underway. find that many

East, to have a conveniencestore. Probate Division, the address of torney are set forth below. a SAT ARMA STORESIliDECE :1:11.1:1 elderly and poor persons are
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which is Bradford County Court All persons having claims or being stricken from :Medicaidand

This. change in classification is house Starke, Florida 32091. demands against the estate are .. _...,...t.. .. SSI. Complaints wore
required, WITHIN THREE ro 'Irv sn aired by some of our members
subject to a public hearing to be The personal representative of _
held on Tuesday December 28, the estate is BARBARA J. MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF "". '' '"' and they were told where togo

1976 at 7:30: p.m., ,in the County McRAE whose address is P.O. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF or call collect to Social
Commission Room in the Box 10068, Jacksonville, Florida THIS NOTICE, to file with the Security. Gainesville, :376-

Bradford County Courthouse.At 32207 The name and address of clerk of the above court a | | l ||Rf VALUES ARE DISTRIBUTOR'S SUGGEST RETAILS ; ;

this time all persons the personal representative's written statement of any claim 2373.Ms.:0)1 Janis Uremer. director
interested shall be heard for or attorney are set forth below.All or demand they may have. Each. i
HARDWARE of Sunshine Acres, an
against the proposal as persons having claims or claim must be in writing and for let
specified in the Zoning Code of demands against the estate are must indicate, the basis for the organization ( elopmenland
of retarded
Bradford County required, WITHIN THREE claim, the name and address of training .
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF the creditor or his agent or GENRAL tELECTAIC 5 IHTKOMS. age( 17 40, appealed

A.R. Kiefer.. Chairman THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF attorney, and the amount .. .99VALUE69 for \olimtcers (carpenters,

Bradford County Zoning Board THIS NOTICE, to file with the claimed. If the claim is net yet _.. "):: plumbers, painters, etc. ) to

clerk of the above court a due. the date when it will be- @/ I- :' l .M' PAN, help "renovate the' old :Moose
11mf. 539 ual np r pa a building on :301 ;North.; Others
written statement of claimor come due shall be stated. If the -
Itchg 12.9NOTICE any .. d' ,n
,.. a unah m needed I to donate
demand they may have. Each claim is contingent or un 1 hr. hwl; 'iulw, n; ,,xk., ", are
claim must be in writing and liquidated the nature of the uncertainty "-- J i1'I'//' I/ /, :' 6San'' ,, J Na' remnants of cloth, teach
'': \C'I' t/- 3 3 4 sewing(, crocheting, rug
must .indicate the basis for the shall be stated. If the d
OF HEARING ON PETITION claim the name and address of claim is secured, the security .p% : If HOME SENTRY TIMER C.82B7 nuking etc. l.ively interestwas 1

FOR CLOSING AND the creditor or his shall be described. The claimant ..., ... ,. .. ., generated( and some
agent or ..:; S--t\: :o",..... ,,',' d. ,, ,,>I," '''' members
ABANDONMENT OF AN UNUSED shall deliver sufficient of .. .. promised help.
attorney, and the amount copies ''''1'' 'I" '" '''' "" """ gh'I. '<< lies
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not yet .." .'" ,. .. ..., ,_, ,,, ()N ., VALUE assist with his worthy cause
SECTIONS 26 AND 35. TOWNSHIP due, the date when it will the clerk to mail. one copy to \ i W ,, .. ,
nri "" "h 1a """ "" 1 COOKIE SHEET call
Janis .
I I at !W4-7fiW.A !
5 SOUTH. RANGE . may
become due shall be each ,
stated. If personal
representative.All "" ''''' I TlKP stt I 1' <(>-l Jl
EAST BRADFORD COUNTY, the claim is contingent or persons interested in the : 'iv .. H.i: ,,: _=- :=:-... $ c 'tiak.' '. ,'"" r Ron resolution was read votedon
FLOR'DA. unliquidated the nature of the estate to whom a copy of this ,
""" '''' and signed by the
uncertainty shall be stated. If the Notice of Administration has l ",. ," '41.. .111 members the
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNYou claim is secured, the security been mailed are requited If// .l 3'19
4.: cent increasesin
proposed >
e--: per
will take notice that in shall be described. The claimant WITHIN THREE MONTHS : 8 C.7274 3 79
h telephone rates in Starke.
accordance with the provisionsof shall deliver sufficient copies of FROM THE DATE OF THE i 9 7369002 l..a\\tey. and Kingsley Lake ;

Section 336 09 through the claim to the clerk to enable FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS e i COMPACT CLOCK 3 79 VALUE We quoted Public Service

336.12. Florida Statutes, a the clerk to mail one copy to NOTICE to file any objections Jjt\; TUBE CAKE
,,'ewak GE'[ "nnni, .1.1"i, '. :PANT. Commissioner Paula
tor Nrm I'' "net ar .
public will be held the I'Mtt m .1. v >
hearing by each have that
personal representativeAll they may challengesthe 7 8 ,' .1, ""f. "..' : r Hawkins' proposal for
Board of County Commissionersof persons interested in the validity of the decedent'swill ,d :, L _, ,h 1. wo'''Oil its sponqi.flk.H.qh' 'to.< "budget telephone service"providing

Bradford County, Florida, in estate to whom a copy of this the qualifications of the !> '>' >'4 Jj'll

their Meeting Room at the Bradford Notice of Administration. has personal representative, or the :::: ? GENERAL fj j ELECTRIC I \ .' 4., m.. ..."I|KI 10 > incomes, with people limited on fixr use i
County Courthouse in been mailed are required venue or jurisdiction of the ::
Starke, Florida, ", .. 'UM'.UM COYLM. requirements. lower
January 10, 1977, at lO'OO A.M.. FROM THE DATE OF THE ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS. telephone rates. If adopted l by

on the Petition of RICHARD E FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO $1444 795 a majority! of the Commission,
rates would be
established at
WELTY as Attorney for NOTICE, to file any objectionsthey FILED WILL BE FOREVER
CHARLES A. GARRARD and BARRED i 50 per cent oft t the present rates
may have that challengesthe -
L for individual
POPCORN POPPER residences with
F. R. CARRADINE. which validity of the decedent'swill Data of the first publication! "
L. "? monthly
Petition was spread upon the the qualifications of the of this Notice of Administration ,.. ,. a;,.;, '" "n !
... MllW. il'' *M" t> t 3D calls, and foreach
.. T)' V'MI' | a charge
minutes Board of of County a meeting Commissioners of said personal representative, or the December 2, 1976 ." I.pl." T ..... ,,, ,,,.. :" :.":' :,::'":':".. ,, ':,:', additional one Ue hope

venue or jurisdiction of the JUANITA B. DINKINS as per I. ;" : ': --V 'P, ,' ... '. the
held on December 6, 1976. requesting court sonal representative of the es ; : ._: :,, .. ,.: Mq234 other commissioners
support :Mrs. Hawkins in this
that said Board close ALL tateof PRESTON MILLS BAREFOOT
and abandon that certain unused AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO deceased l'JmD' : 299 Black Decker MOD 4 proposal.We .
portion of a road FILED WILL BE FOREVER BAR e
hereinafter. described and renounce are elated to hear that
REDDate $599 9GG, (hits 'otton is back home.recuperating .
and disclaim
of the first publication' of REPRESENTATIVEA $119
Bradford County Florida, and this Notice of Administration Z ADKINS. JR f .d' W. trom a heartattack

the public in and to the land
9. 1976. Attorney at LawP VALUE II 699VALUE
lying within said unused 165 Happy Birthdays \\el'eWaltI'
portionof Barbara McRae As Personal Representative 0 Box 966Gainesville.
the road. Said road abutts or of the Estate of LQ- Florida 32602( 299 UTILITY KNIFE MOD 4 CORDLESS LANTERN $1999 Richardson 82.
runs over the following des- GAR P 3...' i, ramp I I.,,' 'I .' i in1aq ," Harrison Katchetder. 82; and
cribed of land BURKE Deceased Phone ((904)) 372 3331 poi iiibis, .' '... I nY, nn no n, .t '0"... '' ,. Ii" '" ,. .. .i" '*")" Eloise: Olin .t'l I \Wedding
parcels : ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL ,, *< ,
.5n rp' "w' i.M'. Ium".m you 4 ?eon ", ".I. I i. Y ,\ \
REPRESENTATIVE: 12'2 2tchg 12/9 "' ,ii. .,.wl., ro 'nlap.1' uqe R.ch.w? P. ,I' .. .el I III'I'sat'lesere 'l'I'nonan.1
All of the North 588.92 feet of Mack S Futch of Pierce, & Eloise: Olin, who were

the South quarter of the Hardy. PA. Black s Decker 5 celebrating their 40th. :Many

Southwest quarter East of U.S P O. Drawer 1030 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT l'JmD: 665 happy returns of the day to all.

Highway 301, West of the Sea- Starke. Florida 32091 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ti The(Christ mas Party will be

board Airline Railway and Northof Telephone ((9041) 9645701 or FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD r \ 19 ;; 9321 this held at the final meeting of
the County graded road in 9648168 FORD COUNTY $2 $949 )oar. and all membersand
Section. 26, Township 5 South CIVIL ACTION --- ,Ig visitors are advised to
22 East, Bradford a Gcws whir IHr ,iob iiloon T jutdoori No lust, "th bring a gift of at least $2 in
Range 12.92tchg 12/16 CASE 76-389 9320
No 2.75 VALUE 9.99 VALUE id net, >cal, 'utiat, nd ,KM "L oidt Ch c* io..<* 'SOStong 'pm, value marked for
County, Florida.A .. a man or
In re The Marriage of RAY hauling wa.n '" "
MONO W. WOOOHAM, NEW 565 HACK SAW woman. We play a unique

triangular parcel of land NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION husband, and WANETTA ANN ,,MOD4CORDLESSSPOTVACCORDLESS i SPOT VAC. game which adds much fun
I "
being 475.74 feet East of the OF THE BOARD OF WOODHAM wife N.w warp dwe pi dlow,mil.!,' J.i.Me', Oid.q"ckI,hrmly No. Op.E H,1 Pal i H. ,.gf. PrI' N.w hand *l.,ltf acuurr ;l r..n,i for J'horn ng 'utomobilfurprtinq. ,' and pleasure to giving and
I f SW Corner of Section 26 COUNTY COMMISIONERS OF vs- o ...upwmoli,,,,, pad' nni. ',.mo' ,....' n n32''' 4P. /, ita', and an gni'c' ant, it lob! V.rNghi 16 hn receiving. Santa Claus will be
Township 5 South, Range 22 BRADFORD COUNTY Defendant '" 'clu .d there.

East, on the Easterly boundary FLORIDA CLOSING AND NOTICE OF SUIT l'JmD' : 13350 Black Decker s ; .- e

of U.S. Highway 301 and ABANDONING A PORTION OF NO PROPERTYTO 88- We express gratitude to our
I runnIng Ndrth 31 degrees 7' 10" AN UNUSED PLATTED : WANETTA ANN WOOD ; 99 $1199 i"' '' legislators, state and

East 132 feet to the Southerly STREET IN DEERWOOD SUB HAM 663 Parkland Apts.. Apt .. k 1 68" 9999)? national : county

boundary of the County graded DIVISION, AS PER PLAT G-2 Loveland, Ohio '. : VALUE1.3 commissioners city

road run thence South 71 THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT :;p-\ 409 VALUE 9000 12.99 VALUE commissioners Recreation

degrees 34' 50" East 324.74 feet BOOK 3, PAGE 34, OF BRADFORD YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat MULll-PU SAW WORKMATE Department the CURB staff.
i\ to the Southerly boundary of the COUNTY. FLORIDA an action for dissolution of The Telegraph, and others for
,, .
Stontoy .
M t ih quality Jt V8 pt btadt and Gael ChuI the lOb' ndoors n Poiabi0' 0' h. mOil i.latd.,'
section, and run thence South LYING BETWEEN LOT 11, LOT marriage has been filed against\ clot filMj 'h.... ."d .d_ ttudy poly eiapViUw outdoeri 0"1." with, h. MOD 4 Pacq. 71 .qu'1 wN 10' ,h. dedicated help during
88 degrees 25' 10" West 376 5 12, and LOT 13. you Wanetta Ann Woodham h.nd'i. Flut tfltltd mum "pulp' handle, with 45 n.ch."UU"' 5n.rgr hk.. "d 10 (OufMIMr ,It'll g,.n| ..Kindlawllarw 79 these many years. Merry
-.. .ngl. ,. and anoint UMctjl, 'ttMutt 19 oakS. lift R.QO' Puform..i 0001 "v4' 0" ore .. V,.. 001 Christmas and
feet the Point of and heidi Happy
to Beginning.The you are required to serve a ..... .mo _..! n......" 10" very
uo to wt1
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: copy of your written defense, if year to you all.

north quarter of the any to it, on the plaintiffs JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY JACKSON BUILDING I: SUPPLY The next meeting will bo
Notice is whose held Tuesday lice 14, at 1
k, Northwest quarter of the hereby given that on attorney name and
f Cherry | Weldon Streets Phone 064-6078 Intersection Slat Road 21' I 100
ti Northwest quarter, Section 35, December 6, 1976, in accord- address in pm. in the Pratt Street
i Township 5 South. Range 22 ance with Section 338.09, Dudley P. Hardy, Enquire Sledge" Fill Phone 473-4973 Ke *Ion. Hei hts Recreation CenterJoe Kerrigan


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984-5812 JJ I .

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Junior Troops 614 and 605 _ C __ C I C I C C CC

I enjoyed an overnight recently .

I at their regular meeting eJ "'
] places.Early. CLASSIFIED AD RATES Floriland RealtyCB _' _. 6
in the evening they 1
I LOVELY MOBILE HOME House and 10 acre, *.
I were together at the Deadline for Insertion BABYSITTING la
my TV GAME - -
1 Methodist Church for Square Tuesday Noon preceding home any age, good reference lor 1125/month.Middle ag Inquire* couple: at only Jo- Magnavox Odyssey Store Building, 50' on 301 Lillian C. Pearson eriuillrgar

I Dancing singing popcorn.. Thursday before .. Phone 9645356. ,u Motel and Traitor Parkin 150. Phone 964.7684 day or with antiques. ,

I and candy. Everyone finally publlcaUon. ltpd12/9! _________ : 301 South. TEchgKITC1IENETTES 4 !.'!!J !:....!.!!!!.J..! 9 - Real EstateLike ;
I got the 'swing' of dancing and 6 acre and trailer. e. REALTY
EASY EXTRA INCOME! --- -----------
of course enjoyed the Minimum Charge $2.00 S50O/'housand stuffing envelope All HEAVY IUTUtility - new, 21 x 60/ double I.
5 with 3 frame
I refreshments.A (Covers IS Words) .. Ire supplIes utilities Included) totally Trailer and tiller. Phone 964-/ house.acre BR. Miltll&A,3BK; 2 ( 'J

big thank you to Joe Each word over IS Proven Guaranteed. Send.tamped furnished; weekly or monthly 5356.. :-Itpd .12/9. - baths, patio storagebuildings. .1
Gissy Laurie Mullins and 10 cents addressed envelopeto rate Temple Motel 88O 3 BR corner lot, separate on oak shaded I- ''', --' .' --

Senior Troop 669 for their Progressive Enterprise. North Temple, Starke. YARD SALE Sale begin dining room, I b.th.lot. ol kit $22,500. x'd.
help. Also thanks toMcDonald's All Classified Ads must be Department R, 1130 Third Phone 964-7357. 11/254tpel Friday 9 ..m.| glssswsre< room. - ",- ..e .s.
Avenue Number 1506 12/16 clothing, toys, antique, ear 32 acre with fruit tree
for the drink paid for In advance unless - Cecelia Terwillegar
Oakland C. 94606. Itpd part, ole Behind Eagle -- ------ ------- 2 houses, dell one or both.
machine. Special 10 you have an established 12/9_ IN.l .!}l..J.!!!._ - with family room MlIOOS Real Facts On REAL ESTATE
First Methodist Church and account with the -- KOH 11KNP: 12 loot wide 1311,9(10. (
3 BR, CB Centr.11f..t"lr.
St. Edwards Catholic Telegraph. In that event 50 PRICED TO SELL Going mobile home outside city ANTIQUE PIANO Beautiful with stove and - Furniture Is an important consideration when

Churches. cents extra charge for Businea Antique, used I Ifurnltur. mils. Phone 964-6114 or ; good< shape; need refrigerator 2 BR aluminum siding buying a house. The prospective purchaser must

Troop 614 played bingo until billing. .. odds/end. Owner .173-1777.. .TF/ehg. .._---- tuning.< 20O. Phone 964RECONDITIONED - home with separate. make sure that his furniture will fit into the house.

midnight and both troops will finance or trade lor. 7594.. .!.. .I.d.-! Building Lot In City. Most garage) ) Morgan<< Road For instance, is your sofa too large for the living

were up early for breakfastand property. Good location. FOR SALE desirable size. (15.000. room?
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badge work. They are Phone 782-3230 or I-37H- AUTOMATIC - 8.7 acre II:>.51/0/ Or, do you have a king size bed which is lust too

working on Folklore which MISCELLANEOUS 8E1.!! 12/9. ._______ WASHERS Tracts of land for ..1.. - much for the bedroom? Maybe your refrigerator is
includes learning Folkgamesand HEATER Cleaning and Red Cedar. US 301 South. Pleasant Grove. 10 acres 20 acre 22 10 acres S13.900/ too large for the space in the kitchen. These are all
6000 d.yal alter 2:30. 964PALOMINO -
songs and early crafts as BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete repair. work I'hone 9648H W'.A. Stern Phone 964.5614. 8489. 12/9 12/6 acre 30 acre 40 - items to be considered. So a large house may be
well as learning about Bradford sharpening service !/ 1 alter 5pm. 11184tchgJ29 1223tpd1216IOR :- 2tpd.-!. __ acre 36.35 acres, 1310' on t'S your best buy. You can always close off rooms and
County. circular hand .,carbide 301 :North; Ideal for subdivision.Terma time and become available.
Furnish them as money
WELSH PearTAmlrtwi, ;As-
Seniors made Christmastree chain, mower blade hollow SALE Diamond 20 percent
MARE Good children', !1S47738VEK.MI.P.OIIOV1 15 8 1/2
ground and balanced. Leaveat down year at
ornaments for the Brad. MOVING needles for any stereo over homeowners is a specialty
MOBILE HOME Helping prospective
Jackson. Building Supply, horse,(125.Grown duck,. *. $3 percent interest Zoned
ford County Library with a Starke or Keystone Heights.<< Also mobile home hurricane 217 different all oneat Dahmer'we have each. Phone 4-8699./ Itpd Reg. Broker OK S56,500.() with us. We want the buyer to find a home that is

little help from 614 Juniors. TF'hgSOFA&CHAIRSETS anchoring, < and mobile them 12/9_ __ !964-5476 !964-7701 -- entirely suitable to his needs. See us today for a
.. __ llscount., IFchgWATSON'S J
Come by the library to see home roof construction. : _____ LAWTEY: listing of available homes.
Olin'i :MOBILE: Home 5 !SK 225 E 7,500)
them. PORTABLE TV 12" GE a. -
on Service., Phone 96151)06. HOUSE c'ATUMS ,.
Scouts will be meeting sale at Dahmer'a I>isrount.TFchg State Road Vand \ Many brand Black/White. Like new - ----

Saturday, at 9:30: on Adkms Junction 233. Stark. of new vacuum, Used condition. tW Phone 4734m.JUchg129 5'Terms acre660on(9,000 SR 125 NEEDED: Houses in good repair under S25.000.

Street for the Christmas .1 /chg_ machines. available. Expert : !! ._ ----

parade in uniform, if GUNS FOR SALE 22'., u repair all make Parts and - UNUSUAL AND HIGHLY DESIRABLE com. \

possible.Cadette. 25'., and 3H'. sold at Ilahmer's HANDYMAN All home accessories for all vacuums. AMF SPEED TRIBIKE. (;" "I'' J..I"I.I.SUR..CE 10 acre 112.500) mercial I property consisting of a store and four lots
Discount. TF/chg repalra interior and lluilt.In central, vacuum 3 month old. Phone 964- - -
Troop 520 hits been .. .. :. 12/9 ..NO.MM 20( A. 2 Mil hook-ups hog near Kingsley Lake.
exterior. Remodeling house cleaning, systems. 404 NW 7E.I: Itcbg.J ..____
Good ----
on Groo&ngBadge.
working ALCOHOLICS washing and painting.Special Illth Avenue. Gainesville. .... ..imrt3BR ...". ...... barn with electric, walerand
A thank to concrete slab for Owner financed 3 BR 1 B comfortable home on
you ANONYMOUS rates/term for I'hone 3767110. 'I 1 FchgI GARAGE SALE .1RV PLOMID. .....
Eloise Siemer for her "Successlul' living for people senior citizens. Free Children' clothe, toy; -.. ,.- farrowing pigs iJII.OUO))))) Cherry Street...You can walk everywhere from this

assistance the girls enjoyed who want to help estimate Phone 964-H961/ SAI.E Farm and adult clothing<; miscellaneous, .. - location.

it. Do you see the improvement themselves." Meeting after 5 p,m. for Immediate construction, mach, .-equip.- household Items. Saturday ", 51.8 beautiful 21100') ) acresapproalmately I'S -----

? A special fun 'I lhurs'Inv/Sundav at B p.m. attention...Il/IS. ltchg..!12/9 vehicles. Open Monday Dec.Jlt 11 to5..p.JD., 406( 301 -: 1529 on feet 3 A large beautiful home on two lots on Lake Paradise

thing is planned for the Phone 9i/ ;> 1570(1.url5.14.(/ | ----- -- -- through Saturday 8:30: to 6. North Walnut Street BR 2 bath bquure('11&" brick in Keystone HeIghts...You have to see this to appreciate -

holidays, more about that 4.:1: .. 1J..2.1J'.<
later. Olio Mobile Homes. SO cent Northeast Florida Iquipment : LR DR. Lg. Family barnfenced planted -----
SARAH COVENTRY JEW- 10O Stark. ,\u.ti..n.'S 17, North MARE 7 old tat. (
All troops are encouraged/: to each. Highway year ; Room replace on 20 pasture. Many possibilities. -
E1.RY Sales opportunity.Call phone 964-5606. TF/chg< Green ('ove Springs< Phone pretty gentle 350. With acres with barn Grahamarea and
be at the Starke Nursing Green Acres A love 3 BR, 2 B with CH&A
Erma Johns.984 54N3 or 2141 5977.! ll/chg tack $550. Make. offer. Phone terms.
Home. December 15. 3:15: to Annetta Beallle 372-4141.. ---- _. _._ I _______ 73571 12/9 - all the goodies..Separate garage paved driveway,
:.. _____ ASSOCIATIS: :
3:45: for a Christmas group 12/2_ .1l_:/.!<<_ Hill SAI E: Mobile Home Hampton Lake. beautiful I.nlaippvrrr ''Mi I 71M I or nice patio great neighborhood.
sing. This is a neighborhood HOMES FOR SALE Parts and Bupplies. 01.1' 'SMOIIII.K TRUCK TOPPER lor short shaded lot ready for a 7S2.tl'17:/'! -----
Service Project with the : : ISO. house.
: HOME SALES Wheelbaae pickup
N E: E II HOME: lillian 1'.oon.It.\I.'IlItt
Bradford County Library. IMPROVEMENTS( : OR Highway 1110 West, Starke. Also CATTLE: HACK 35. - Gracious Demorest home on 1.75 acres adjacent to

Uniforms are requested. REPAIRS: DONE:; ? For NEW HOME: KeystoneArea phone.! !_ 6IVW6..!._ .! -. If'/chg: Make. offer. Must cell. !SR' 100 S. Large mobile I.awtevI Starke Plaza.
the Christmas Just Completed. 3lledroom.2hiath.GE Phone 7$2! 3660. TF/chg home lot. W ell and septic, -----
at !
See you fireplaces. remodeled Heat 61 .. .. :_ tank. 72.i'sohiRalph :

Parade. kitchens baths. additions, Air Convenient location. LAND:; FOIl SALE From
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enclosed GARAGE SALE Kinder Bessent Road attractive 3BR, 2 B home with
garage. or Adam 473.2056 10 to 40 acres Uon.ldWel.h.l'hon.4911.2232.
phone or \ nice mobile home
BROOKSCOMPLETES: : : carports, call Marcus riflis. 4734078. TF/chg 12/2 Price, toys refrigerator with.ry additions 1.8 acres CH&A LR, DR, large den and even an office..ex

MARINE THAIMNC! 47J. _210H!I) ...!!Jn/chg" / much more. Saturday 1-5:30: ; cellent location.
T.! L __ ___ Sunday-Wednesday 105; shaded lot. 301 S. Ownerfinancing.
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Private Walter L. :NAME' : BRAMt: WATCHES DOIBI.E-WIDE MOBILE 1/2 mile Kalford Road 16. Bryan
Marine Starke 301
SWEET POTATOES - Home and business in the heart of on -
whose wife Emma is from $11.95 up at Dshmer'l HOME 1975 Eaton Park Itchg< 129SPEE1) tonnerly Estates SR 16. 2
Brooks S3/bushel container Brick CH&A.A chance of a life time..Really
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. > !:. IFchgAV'iCALLING on 3 1/4 acres. Bayle Highway 15/bushel graded
eeks of Route 2. $22,500) terms or brick hume. 3BK( .ill. Lit .
Cleaveland To your container SR 16 5 EqUIPMENT:; -- -
buyor 118.500 cash Phone 9648699or iwvrDH:
I. and
Box. 5W.' Lake Butler has miles west of 301. Alton for high performance en- family room Just what you've been looking for Brick. 3 BR
sell Avon call 755 2H07 or ..l3727ob_ _:_ .. JtpdJ2/9! .kitchen, central air & ....t. HI \ nnv I!
completed recruit training at write I.oma Hyatt P.O. Box Boles, phone 9648942. 12/2 glue< .*. tout plus 10 percent. Paved drive. 2' 2 Bath, CH&A, family room, LR DR, fully

the Marine Corps Recruit 221)) Lake. City, lorlda. REMODELED 3 Bit frame Itchg- _iZ/23________ din's Mobile Home phone - t our choice..151.. 20'S' acres equipped kitchen with dining area laundry room
1 Dc'pot. Parris Island. S.C, fl/rhg: 964-5606.!o R 16 west at New blk. home in :North ol law lev low down office J. and pool.
_: __ __ _____ house 10 year old. Phone CHRISTMAS TREES: Road. 11/25 4thcg town car garage. swimming
During the It-week training 964-8750. By appointmentonly. Morgan :lltll 20. IK, 1/IIJkV. patmvnl I'p to 211 .>ears to pa'' -- -
Cedar SI
foot. Phone
cle IK learned the basics of llchgJ/9< per 12/16_________ large garage, quiet area on balanie. Get money's worth I 4 BR, 2 baths, fully
c> 964 0. .12/9 3tch12fl3 you
USEDFAI.CO"l -, -"- --, .. ..:! ,5 C 5 5 5 S S S. .
battlefield survival. first aid. 60-40 ntqtTflG; I>ontft 16 corner I to If) acres lilt Sit KM) carpeted CH&A Brick? LR, DR. Kitchen, outside I
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rifle markmanship and close OFFIVE Or and !Morgan Koad UV( per city limits on one acre.: '
and HOME: & two MOTOR HOME 1972 month. Phone 'M>4.5I'>06) :2 story Iramv house in South High and dry I lowdown
order drill Teamwork : 1970 White, apartments II rooms 3 Open Road Chevy chassis. .. town one of the oliler onesith payment Kasv; monthlyterms -- -

self discipline were four door. good< condition. bath, ww carpet, large lot, 22 feet long good .,condition llrhgI .. ph-nlv I ill living ""'.. Convenient concrete block home with 3 BR 2

emphasized throughout the PJione9647210.llpd12/9 close to achool. church, 22.000( mile*. Phone 964-6071 baths, LR, DR Florida room, central heat (ductedfor

(raining cyileHe banks, post office. 426 North or 964.78:19.: TF/chg< 'OH VLEt:; Typewriter and Several commercial, on CAI. "The I.andlnn" air), double carport utility room and even a

joined the Marine Corpsin FORD TORINO:; 1973 %Walnut phone 9645390. Adding Machine ribbons at 301. \n\11m. brick B.B grill, all on two beautiful lots. Don't miss
11/25 3tpd /29LOST IIVXE: A S\RAH tOYIN .
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August 1976. with A/C, AM/FM Stereo, The Office this!
.. ::; fR" show 2 Shop. brick & R\I I'll KKt ,INK
$1.500 cash or -- ------- now. Buy at Lake Butler 3IIR.
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1 regular price, get 2 at half. a 3HII Block. [B ,nllur'MKTtiNdav
> $150 down and assume < "do ?" The Green
it Floyd
,ARMY IU\\T.S\Tot.U: price. Ten buying guest< or ltht.'I. Are you a yourselfer
ASSIGNED: : TO (au\t.\S\: : $79.70/month payments, AND FOUND I booking< $50 worth of ::1 I 111'b.I .. h: block *A tMOBILE home at 601 Call & Orange could be restored and bea
phone 9647651. 12/9 2tpd Vita Ftrm-Vitamln- ..
free jewelry. Call Marian construction IK lumiU show place.

Army Private Irene C 12/16____------___ HIST -rs% 0DI.A'KI !\hn... 9111/ 6131. after 5 Enzymt.Mineral, Room in -town. -- -

!Natour daughter of Mrs. \\ IIITE: ENGLISHSETTERS. : p.m. 1210 Bradford Street. 9 .n-* p.i-'r-; ; land

Josephine II Miller. 835 1975I(1UGF.RGlR. : "' : !\IUIoU: : li/1 3lrlit( 12/16. lOll fit CATTLtII reasonably priced, just off Cecelia/ T. TerwiHegor! Realtor
with vinyl ---- --- -
Starke. White top H-MAI: : 1'I':; T'* OFNOK1HSIUK !Sit' IK, :N.W 01 town.
206 Wet Madison
Parker Street maroon bucket, ...t.. *,.s 9i4-67I HOME Avenue. Starke. Florida
i u-ic'iitly was assigned as a console. AT. PS. PB. ,U'. : : OF LAKE \LIM1MMIM10VS: : I
\ nice large frame
food specialist with the 1st AM/FM: stereo. ".3011. SNTA u:. CALL COL- 'Single' < hung and awning' :36 11 25 1310 2 17 house ery lot in town PARK
on corner
9617135after LIfT' 1479-2696. .!ltchg..!12/9 a It 1/1.511 :JO 27
:Maintenance Battalion in Phone 964-6348 or : ; x 3&R.2 baths t'/HA X large< m OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
m. 11/18' :Tl/lhg:!! Ml,:511. IS a 52 $|550i 46x liwsledty limits
Gfimany; .. p: < 52 garage.<< HOME PHONE 964-5145
127.001 VN1IIIII 1IiIkI""I."i'llIln( / ,
is a 1973 - -
Pvt Matour I-II Sl/l-s.: B \RUAINUN mTHOMASU3 ()rjPoiavifn. ,,,
15.20 tracts high landon
graduate of> Bradford High :: I UK: :JVI Soulh Ifnchg acre
MOTORCYCLES paved road Graham 1
Stlmol Starke IIXAS: UK:UN.: Km: torp.oftera REALTY area. Terms.I Sill: l'rr Month

plenty ol money plus - /Ml (itv Conveniences r 1- -- --- -
benefitsto 10 20 I' tilt) (00\ i: 621 North St. 1 Ire.Police
NOTICE rash bonuses fringe x R I barge frame house :3liR on IVotection.
YAMVIIA 80 1C 1974; mature individual In Installed 1190(): ninstallvd. Starke, Florida 32091) corner lot in dIv very ('Ity Gas,Waurand. Sewer L. K. Edwards III & Assoc.6NOW .

$175 or best offer. Phone "Stacks' area. Regardless. ol 150. (.ator Mobile Hume U646162/ close
reasonable to
The City of L.iwtey ,is now 96I-H693/ alter Opm. Itpd experience airmail A.I "Service' 5002) :N.H. 13th St.. (formerly A Thomas priced Jo-Lu Motel SERVING YOU IN THE
shopping area.
Mfkmij bids (for d new police 12/9 .__ _______ __ Pate Pres., 'Texas Refinery at five "Star" !Mobile Homes. Reall.statej: - AREA ra[
7. Gainesville. tfnchg, 136 acre homesites 4 964-8810
'Police Kl 01 !SI' VRKKaur 12/9 wide mobile homeon Starke Office
Su'Cial Bids will have siI Te.NSiOI.. _' .. J/chg I Double miles :N.W of Starke.. '
to ho in the Clerks Office by \ authorized !Suiukidialer. 5 acres of land. 3 BR. 2 - / -

Jiinihiry. 3. 1977 Write Uiwtey I'hone 16 I 6020.) 16111S 1.AKII SAlE Saturdayand Bath,almost 160O square Frame house In town. 2 -

cIty:, Hall P O Drawer G abut 1.101: "South' in FOR RENT Sunday. I)... 11-12 feet of living space. bedroom IK. Kit., IK.ery I-1 '-101lrO) :>l1 Office, 475. 1269stone

'siarkel tln/chg ___ urniture drape books.. Central IIt5 \. \ reasonable. K. Office .
L.iwiey. Florida 32068! Well Drilling 4 / 473 266J:
etc. 3 nil. - -
clothe, toys. - I
WANTED TWO BIDROOM: furnished "South' ol Star..... 301 South acres of high and dry 3 UK. 1 bath block 6 lilt House on I acre Owner financed. II.(Mill) ,(Ml d.... n.
12 9 : 12 16STARKE
.itchy! apartment and ONE: BI.D-: Look:. ill.signs.!' .__liei-12/9 land on-100A.- construction corner lot in |I 2"thru6"Fast call .onIII .
- -
ROOM furnished apartment.furnished. Brick 3 BR. 2 Bath home town. - I Rotary )' I7IC)) kit with ...11. l.ood location just out of limnummerrial .
V> .\M I I.U:l Farm and Light and hot water Rn'RIGERTORI. REEZ- with til/A. 100'x. 300- lot
POLICEDEPARTMENT (aOR4a: ( : R4)hilRrsJR.Rrg. : - -
9618071. Drilling Equipment
Phone j
construction machequip' IK: "Sear' sid.by'ne.with outside city limit! I HAApproved' (' with
R..I..t.: Broker property approimatelv: 51111111..t) flour
vehicle. Let us sell sour llpd_12/9 __ automatic, ice maker. !! in downtown !Stark' terms offered.
Phone 16 7826 LICENSED spare
is taking applications surplus fur you. Open Monday $100. 301 South ol Starke, 3 - I STATE
for policeman under the through !''o.lurdov.0::/ BRADFORD \ ILLAUEAPARTMENTS miles. Itpd 12/9 450' frontage on 301 OPI:N S.lurdav1 I lilt. furnUhrd house furret.Good; location. "

CETA Program. to 6. Northeast lorlda :: I BR. ---- -- outside city limits. Pumps' 1
Must be unemployedand Iquipment: Auction.' I S 17. modern furnished. ,\('. carpet Approximately 2 acre*. 4.11 nr come see us liidut if .,..u-are: ready. to buv ..r sell,
( have been for thelast North dreeit ( ove Springs. w.I..1n. closet enclosed TR\\EL TRAILER - i '

30 days) ; phone _2HI. :5477. 'Tl/chg. patio off street parking.< 315 1971, 18 feet long, sleep 6. Mobile home lots on SR 16 JUSTIN RANGLFR: New & UsediSalesPartsService Susan llukkrn \soriale I Mti\ lilt \N II

Must live in West Washington Street .self-contained completewith Last Financing, available! j Irene ruulkniT Vmociale 2IM) .. Hater "',t.

\\ ,\ N 1'1:1) I'sed refrigerators. phoj!.e9648tiOI_ : _:JTF/chg: { __ trailer hitch excellent - BOOTS BAGS I'.ul'.ulknerlal.* "Stark' .. I"la. J-0! "lMlII
Bradford County '
; washer. and condition, $1,800. Phone 964-/ 100' lake. frontage lots at BELTS In sizes 18 to 56.

Must b* high school stoves in good condition tall :MOBILE: HOME 12 a 60 IIE j.ipL! __ ____ Crosby ...10.. Two iota I I II I
graduate, llahmer'a Discount 961792 located in country, ; one available now. Financing< WALLETS LADIES- I E-Z TermsPlumbing I II III \1\K.: SIIMKI '

Applications, at Florida .1. '!Q: /chg__ __ __ .,child one pet. Phone 964IIKNISHI.D arranged.All < PI RSrS I I I. \/ I I.s.! llu, a DymoI \
State EmploymentService ltrhg 12/9 - : .ubt-l maker from us at I he
8198.: .:_ __ __ lIomIOCCSIIoS.: I
coon i'si i) DoG HOI'si: I.ONGCHAMPHome or part ol 6 1/2 acre on :I Office "hop.

willing to buy. Phone 964- : : APART and Building SR2I. Keystone Height ALL IN FINE: - - -

Itchg 12.9p 6904 or 96/ 1 5634. 12/9 2tchg MINT::; 3 large room. Materials' Financing< ,Available! LFAllltR: : and PLENTY: :I New Installation :

I 2/16_ ___ ______ ___ private entrance, gas lights - OF IT.
and water furnished. Inquireat -V.E SCUD- F. I.lano Thomas. j Remodeling : Introducing

HOMES FOR PI'PPIES 601: last: Washington 'Voiir Itan* Or OvrtYtmr Reg.< Real Estate: Broker WESTF.RN: SHIRTS .14

Male mllfd-breed* 7 Avenue. J1/2JI /chg__ Lot Or Ow'." HtH.6507 SS3.3110ASSOCIATES to 19 and plenty of them j I Repairs I II

week. old. Need: homes by FRKE: ESTDt.\ns: too. I I

9649371.llchgJ29 PRnI.I.n'R""I"U Remudelng KesAddiGuns Bradford
( hrtetma* Phone !
NOTICE 2 Bedroom house %o Judith Flynn DO your Christmas :IDurrancc'PUMPS :

children. Close to town. 11o..liouKht. 964.8.184 shopping< early at
112! /mo. Phone 9617321llnchg !Sold' TndedA(1U.E Harold FppaVo ': & SUPPLY : Septic Tank

: lost SA1.EU644H53 COMPANY
Govprpment 3ubSKlied, / Steve Simmons I SHOP { : Service
Payments set ssat
home loans
FORMICA lawtey.llorida
864 N Temple Ave I II
Ironn $67 HOME: REPAIRS: Any 301 Starkt Arthur Burns I mile south
,' No Cnlll roof. 4>8 Sheet S 6 I ,
ji type remodeling new 464-liTi Phone 782 3 UN' ) Starke
addition concrete work or a open 9 to 4 I I II Special For December .
Sheet Available
estimate 500 I
nalnlinc. Free closed Sunday I 964-7061

4624211 phone 9946127. H/1S OLIN L.-__________"

J 11 2660TF iyj'hgPAPPAS _-------- TI I BeforeYou Pump Out $ OAOO

ACCOtNTING; : .\fil-.NC:: '\'. INIHrglslrred '. Buy A Service U

"tR: \lCF. lilt S. Court OLIN'S SUBDIVISION
stark. Phone 964.7612. Heal
11/18 4tchjl2/9' BilUifij. Cut,efof i'sIae: ( Broker Mobile- Offer Good For Bradford
'30 Per mOl'llhWater County
Olin's, Subdivision 'i Acre Lots, Only
Utility Sheds I,..f... Or AI.. .. t Home
Fred S'ckeltBroker And Sewage Furnished For InformationCall
URA1ETOSCad11lacOkLSIIb15 .04.n... Ad4ti.m
8x16) '750 Mark Ohn, Olms Mobile Homes Sales. Call Owner Earl Boone
.... .. .
'810 Of I.e .11. U.S.3iIhiaunpton.l'tJ.) See
8x16) Finished Inside y.51&S.rfreSekctofl. Hwy 16 W & Morgan Rd No Pets Please

10x12) '77500 Finished Inside8x10 Fnu Cart Takrn Of On tW Call 47S-M4 John 964-56Q6
'hone IK8-I7VI:
) Finished '595OllM'S Cadillac 7VufcJMI1NW DtSha Lie. & Bonded Mover In 9648121t2.,1
) 13 37S-5J01! Georgi Only Living
MOBILE HOME II GAi.'IES YULE 4 T Chq L tfiuhg: 10-1 F 473 3775 Bradford Co.r po U'Ipcember9.1976 ,,,l ,.

Hv.y tOO Slaie, ql\4 I\OIl_ - -

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f'agelHl SF.LFGItAPN lcecmbvr9,1976! ____ter.. ".....{_. .,

2 Wood Homes Protested In SouthgateSouthgate

subdivision Company of Gainesville told house in the area," he said."I the phrase "in harmony" is

Are you having homeowners, agitated over a the commission he has don't want to get into" any open to just about any inter--
Gainesville engineer's plansto received a letter of approval legal entanglements, he pretation a person would wantto
: a party? build several homes in the signed by Mr. and Mrs. added. ""I just want to build giye it, and that such a 7r
subdivision which they say Jackson, and that he has homes. matter would have to be
.... ? 1 3 1 Jc don't meet the standards of already begun work on the two Mrs. Roy Roddy, a residentof decided by a court of law.
a wedding their architectural control homes which he intends to the southeast Starke sub- "The usual procedure in

committee, were told by the sell after completion. lie said division, expressed concern cases like this one is for the t
a birthday? e0 city attorney Monday their that homeowners in the area that Stevenson himself does parties who oppose what is
only recourse is a lawsuit. have told him recently that not intend to live in either of being done with the land to '

.,! V anniversary? The architectural control the homes to have wood the homes. bring suit," he said. "You'd
committee, composed of Billy siding, are not acceptable. "If he sells the home to have to go to court with it and
and Margaret Jackson, They told him that only brick someone else we take the get injunctive relief. It's the !
orginal owners of the land and and block homes are allowedin chance that the person may only way to enforce it." Pierce
city building inspector O.E. the area, he said. not be as concerned about the said there was nothing the city
Crosby,evaluates plans for all Stevenson said the homes community as we are," she commission could do about
f' new homes on the basis of which will sell for aroundJOOuo said. "Their lifestyle may not the matter.In '
7LiWLLa']( [ (CLIrC whether the proposed home is $ seem to him to be "in be compatible with ours." response to a question err 4xrth
in harmony vith the harmony" with the area, and Other Southgate residents from commissioner Joe
surrounding area. Approval of that he's not sure what the attending the meetings were Warren asking why the city
OWE/EBBS( ( / ( the committee is supposed to homeowners are upset about. Mrs Alan Baxter and doesn't have the jurisdictionto
be necessary before pro "Perhaps their concern is Kenneth Fuqua. enforce it since it had Issued i, 1'
135 W. Call St. Starke. Fla. ceeding with building plans. that if they allow me to build After reading over the by the permit Pierce said the ;# wa arY
Warren Stevenson of these homes, they'll have to laws of the committee, city permit was a zoning matter.
Stevenson Construction let anyone else build a frame attorney George Pierce said "The only thing we can enforce ti beyl

.. __. there is that he build a e ,
u -- -- -"
single-family dwelling on the !;
; ; : ; : ;
.; ; ; ; ; ; ; : ; ; ; ; ; land if that's what the land is
zoned for," said Pierce. "If
the man gets out there and
/ starts building a factory we
can step in, but not on some-
thing like this."
Pierce said he agreed with
/- the thought that it is illogicalto

...._). .:( ,' ..\--.J' .." place the ones the burden formulating of actionon the w l l"H y .

rules instead of those violating r' p fir,
them,but that"that's the way f

Buy This Close Out the law works." ''t Y Iky .


Special : Find Be In Station Arrest Mutle Rubbery In a :T.r T. l

Starke police report the ,,.rvt ..rr.Craft.
arrest of Benjamin J. Leziak,

Your Home' For I k 42, in connection with the Dec. 13
John Brown'sM08ILC grand larceny theft, which ShOT Opens
November at the
occurred 27,
Eastern Oil Station at the Betty \ dung(is shown making last minute preparations fur the
Christmas. .. intersection of US 301 and SR opening/ a new craft shop.. "Things By Iliad," which opens
100.More :Monday, Dec. 1:1.: Mrs. Young and Jerry Shields, co-owners of
than$1,000 in cash was the shop, hale been working( on the building (next door to
....1 .. 1. .1.... soai taken from the station shortly Williams Jewelry HI last: Cull Strt't'for\) several I months,
before 4 p.m. November 27, refurbishing both the exterior and interior of the shop. The store
; ---x while attendants served cus- features handcrafted belts and plant hangers, picture framing(,
AfflewDoublewide tomers outside the station. decoupage plaques and all sorts of craft and art supplies, as
$ 9776'J Leziak, a Starke resident, well as plants In addition. Shields designs and fashions custom-
Prices was arrested two days after made furniture of all types.

With Air Conditioning Skirting fo< OnRIMZWidesInStock > the theft.

And Set Up In 2nd Loss", To Date

o'" John Brown Mobile Home Center JV Cagers Lose To KennyOn

No Hwy 21 473-3775 Keystone

: :' : : : : : : : : : : : MistakeBishop
.. h Scorekeeper's

Kenny High's junior drives. Joining Ross in double lead, 26-25, going into the
varsity basketball squad, figures were Dwayne fourth and final six minute
aided by a mistake on the partof Cummings and Glenn Carter, quarter in last Friday's con-
the official scorekeeper, de- with 12 points apiece, and test.Fourth
Christmas Sale feated Bradford High's JV Curtis Shell, who hit for 11 quarter action saw
cagers 64-63 in Jacksonville points. Eastside's Hams roll up 19
Tuesday night.Bradford points, while holding the
Tornado JV to just 10 points,
Coach Kendrick a JV giant, ledKenny's for the win.
High JV
Reddy Cox said the officialscorer's Crusaders for the Ben Ross, a 6-1 sophomore
outing with either 20 or 21
mistake came in forward, led Tornado scoringin
depending on which
early first quarter action, points the season opener with a
all I we can afford is ualitvi" when Crusader Bill Kendrickwas scorebook you refer to. The game high 19 point effort.
WASHER SALE awarded a trip to the big man was held to a single (toss had nine field goals and
field goal during' first half
added free throw in
Whirlpool Bradford a posting
1 charity stripe on a
action by the tough Tornado
G.E. High foul. Cox noted for the game high 19 points.Easlside's .
G.E. i Big 11''c collecting an occasional defense. Doug Smith, a 6.1
Ross led BUS In the rebounding -
technical foul when center, led the Rams to a
department against season opener victory, at the
I officials'calls
HEAVY Free questioning game
Frost Kenny,snaring 15, followed by
d' Tornadoes expense, with a 15
cool, called for
I kept
HEAVY ..Ilu ;\ with
4 Shell 10.
point effort. Smith also led the
DUTY time and in a rare occurrence
\ \ Ref. rL=_ _---- -- convinced officials no foul had Cox commented after the Rams' JV in rebounding in
Duty with the
,, game he was pleased last Friday's contest.
III Now only ,:: .._'Y' [ play of his cagers, and the Leading rebounder for BUS

: well balanced attack which was Dwayne Cummings, who
Officials took the two
\ wwASSOO $19900 While '1J. r: .r point basket,and away the one pointon saw players finish in double finished the outing with seven
--n : a successful free-throw. points.!) Cummings, a 6-2 for-
i ( They Last : i However, the official scorer ward, had 10 rebounds for the
) W Trade j "
\ 4
I b 6 I only took away two points and game.
DE3000 11Ih the error was not found until BHS JV Basketball Coach
\l Trade the game concluded, and the Score toy bu.rt.rsBus 12 :II 10 11 11 Reddy Cox had scoring from a
E:1 I JV Tornadoes received BK II 1 14 II M total of seven Tornadoes. In
00 .t = :: *:' ry condolences from an Scoring: addition to Ross and
pn"Y And Save BHS Ron tlllt Mar CM.
229 I apologetic scorer.It Cummings, Coach Cox had
W Trade .
Cummings 1.2.2. Cartar s-l-ll. Sholl 4J -
two totals from Oliver
.11. Holhl I I02. ham total la-ll-41.
10 1-b. \ ---.1 was the second loss in as BK-Kendrick >*11, Hollindorl i 011 Marx, Glenn Carter, Curtis
EA T11SK many outings, on the current Jtnklnt' l-O-l, Rauglack. 1.014. Shell, Bruce Donley and Fred
Francis 1 102, Hollack M-], Williams, 4-
CHECK OUR ., TURKEYWith season for the Tornado JV, 210. Team total" 14-11 ... Hollis.
which opened its 1976-77 Forced' out. nono.Bradford .
LOW PRICES 0oW\: $ 00 season last Friday with a loss Score by quartorl:
NOV4 338 to Gainesville Eastside. CS BHS 11 .S 4, It 44
Sn 10 -- 14
ON W Trade High's junior Scoring.
In Tuesday's contest varsity cagers opened the IS Smltn 4.J-IS.' Stiarman 4.1.'.
MICROWAVEOVEN Purchase against Kenny's Crusaders, current basketball season on a Joftorson J 01.., Oanvy t-o-4" N.Williams,
J-o-a. c. Williams '1-14 Thom totals. : i HS -
Coach Cox had double figure sour note last Friday, Dec. 3, ...
Off Any FREE Pot: Holders scoring from four members of with a 44-36 loss to Eastsidelligh's Bus Molt ,.,-It. Cummings, I'l.y,
the Tornado JV JV.Trailing. Cartor 101. inall 102. Donlty 102.HolIIo .
DURING Range Far All The Ladies And Ben Ross led BUS JV by two at the half, Cooper l-O-l 000 Mara Hamilton 102,000.Bats T..m 000.
';I 00 scoring with 25 points. mostof 19-17, the Tornado JV squad totals. : 14.4 14.
289 THIS SALE Balloons For The Kids which came on baseline fought back to take a one-point Fouled out: non.

I IF YOU Notice 100% SOLID STATE I Tiger JV Grounds Eagles 86-23 ILAKE \

All GE
1 NEED A l I BUTLER Union responsible for the one-sided with a .16-84: loss to Jai/ ::

County High's junior varsity vic tory. sonville Bolles' .IV
.--_ 4000 Color B&W basketball team opened its Handy Dukes, a 6-0 The Tiger JV continues
NEW GAS .*'Wo<;. -"""" ...$jOf -_ 1976.77 campaign here sophomore center, led the home court action -Saturday
... ___ r' ;;;-;; TV's Tuesday night with an H6-23 TigerJV in rebounding for the Dec. II, with a 6i::)) p in contest
I .,.. 1- victory over Jacksonville's outing with 13 snares. Dukes agninstSanlaKe IligliJV

OR ELECTRIC I T Episcopal High JV squad. concentrated on the defensive
I HowOnSale 'I game and did not score in the Score 'y quarter.
_. =- Leandrew Pringle, a 5-10 season opener, although UC 14 JI 17 2. 04E
PM PM'I. sophomore point man, and Drake terms the starting H 4 11 2 S- 21
. j Big Savings r Herschel Holmes, a 5-6 forward center an able shooter. Scoring

__ paved the way for Peter Truggle and Bill UC pron.o, I' 011. Holmes II.J.21.Wobb'O .
-- --- '-1> Union County High's JVTiger's 1.Jn'n, 0 6 Ho.hl.nd 306.Blount .
Elder led the visiting Eaglesin
CHECK OUR win 2 1 S.J.Albrotton 10.. T'mmon,
opener scoring both tossed in six I 0-1. Rood
10-2. Duct 000. Ttam
Buy This ig19't tossing in 28 and 23 points points for the evening. The total.: ......
-- respectively, loss IM To..,. 30. Cldar J 0 a.Wilnamt .
\t- CHRISTMASSALEPRICES drops the Eagles to U-2 for
B&W TV A total of nine Tigers had a the \1.3 i,Icr.0.2.' .Conrad i I 0
current season. Episcopal 1, Jacktoit I 0 1. Teem total..
10) 11.
VS hand in the one-sided
I 'l' 'E'er' Model season opened its season last week Fouled out non.,
Now XA4217BN opener scoring, which gave
newly appointed Union County

for JV basketball Coach Carl Tiger Cagers I lost
00SAWYERSLADE Drake his initial coaching win. PKYSttt.
r Prices Start As Low As $168 On'' 148 Drake who coached Union

Y County's JV football squad to Union County High's ceded by a junior 'OIrsih'.
a 6-1 season record recently, basketball Tigers meet their clash set 'for 6.:111.:
was named JV basketball initial Suwannee Conference Union County's varsity and
mentor to replace Coach rival of the current cage JV sounds are schedulett to
'0 APPLIANCE Vernon Turner who is season Saturday night in meet New berry, another conference -
currently heading up a weightlifting hosting Gainesville's P.K. contender m-xt
training program at Yonge. Tuesday (Dec. 14.1 nl' th,-
Union County High. Coach Jimmy Thomas' Panther
s homo "-i>uri in
332 W. Madison St. CENTER Sfarkc3O6O9O Coach Drake commentingon Tiger cagers take on PKY' Nevyberry. Next 'riios.l.u!.
the season opener win said Blue Wave in an 8 p m. contest- hnskl'tballllclioo Hi-la tnnlrr;
l his squad's quickness and a Saturday In Lake Butler The w'ily withii I'.inth.-r 'Ftgrrll
Day Same A* Cash-We Have Dud.et Terms Available Also good measure of hustle were varsity contest will ho pro- flash *

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